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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - July 9, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                4 THE EVENING ESTABLISHED JULY 2 CENTS PER To Him Is Given Charge of Ohio Subordinate Only to Taft CEORGE SHELDON TREASURER SubCommittee of Republican National Committee Settles Long Contest by Appointment of Sheldon and Hot Julr Hitchcock ot chair man of the Republican national com mittee and manager oC the national campaign George Sheldon of New treasurer of the national com and Arthur Vorys of ttembor of the national Ohio Republi can which are to be la This was the result ot the meeting of the executive commit tee of the national Republican com mittee Bight members of the executive committee were present and their re port was The entire ac SPECIAL THIS WEEK Beginning June 1 We will close out our re maining stock of Re frigerators and Ice Boxes at ONEFOURTH OFF You have no idea how cheap you can buy until you ask the Be sure and come in E Turner The House turnisiior ARTHUR tlon of the committee was an approval of the recommendations of William who The selection of Hitchcock was He waa known to be the choice of Taft and several of those who had been called In consulta tion with Taft subordinated their personal preferences in deference to the wishes of the presidential The designation of Vorys to be In charse of the national campaign In Ohio is regarded as solution of the embarrassment arising from the selection of In prefer ence to By this arrange ment the campaign In Ohio will be In a sense separate from the balance ot the Vorys will be ac countable only to Choice of Sheldon a The appointment of Sheldon as treasurer waa a surprise and was ac companied by an element of Preceding the meeting of the execu tive committee discussion of the treas urershlp had centered upon Represent ative McKinley of treasurer of the Republican congressional com It was generally believed that he desired to havi McKinley serve as treasurer of the national com mittee and had practically told him that he would have to submit to be drafted for that This was the so far as when William Nelson Cromwell arrived on the midnight and it was an nounced that he had a candidate to he having telegraphed requesting that no selection be made pending his It is stated that Sheldons ap pointment was upon the recommenda tion ot Cornelius treasurer of the committee since It is also statad that his selection has the ap proval of President with whom he was a classmate at Harvard Sheldon is a close personal friend of whose counsel will be at j hU command relating to campaign I His appointment Is also regarded as bringing the question of the publicity of campaign funds Into the campaign with the same force that would apply were there a national as it Is said the laws of New York state will govern his actions In relation to the national This declaration was made In a statement issued by the executive committee concerning Sheldons BOTH NOMINATED Two Republican Conventions Are Held In West July secretary o was nominated for governor on the first ballot by the Republican state conven tion at oclock last The vote was as follows 529 Arnold 175 William and Charles Four hundred and fortythree votes were necessary for a After the nomination of Swlsher the convention adjourned until The bolting Scherr delegates adopt ed a platform and nominated a full utate ticket headed by whose nomination was by was escorted Into the convention hall and made a speech of Oth er nominations by the bolting coven tlon were as follows Secretary of John Harris James iHall state superintendent of Thomas Miller attorney SUlllngs The platform of the Scherr conven tions scores Governor Dawson and Senators Elklns and Scott andde clares that they are to a large extent responsible for the deplorable condi tion of the Republican party In West It Is claimed that all but 11 of 55 counties of the state were repre sented at the bolting convention aod that there was a total of 600 delegates Oats Say Bryan Will July Rus a Groton township farmeraiifd lifelong says Bryan will the next president because Ba and even Bry can be In oats Twelve years ago thlii summer he his oatflelda told him was to ba Gutting Back at The English will ridicule us for say Ing vury and turrlble and momma when we go said a school but we will have our answer Well ask them when they want to know 1C we desire a they Fo sa Well ask them why they say paw tah and waltah and Indlar1 and not forgetting the quote at them the dialogue the mistress and the new maid Is your name Anna or Hannah Hannah mum you Spell Orleans TimesDemocrat GUFFEY LOSES SEAT Leader of Pennsylvania Demo at Bryans Put Down and Out REAL TEST OF BRYAN STRENGTH Report Of Credentials Committee Un seating duffeyltts Is Adopted by the Convention After Sensational Con test by Vote of 615 to the night ses sion ot the convention after an hour of speechmakliig the committee on credentialsrepdrted on the Pennsylva nia and other contested A mi nority report Ori the Pennsylvania case resulted In an hours acrimonious de ajter whichthe convention re jected the minority Report favorable to the Ouffey faction by the decisive vote of 616 The vote as flnnouneed by the chair man shoVed oj votes cast full atriMfth pi the Including tnVjtbaenteeij It was evl July B B emptying cloak room Every case and every rack being emptied of Cloth surplus and odd Wash Wash Wash Wash Silk Never was sucli a clean sweep made of good de sirable garments at such Suits priced that were a third to a half Great assortment Wom ens to from this as fine enough to meet the ideas of moat auj BOQQ8 NORTH PA Over 250 Miners July Is now six days since the gas explosion In the coal mine here that resulted In more than 200 miners losing their and It Is believed there are still fifty men In the A man was rescued to day from the eastern side of the After coming to his senses he rpnortor of n pniind nf men in the eastern section of the mine at the time of the explosion and said tie had heard continual groans from Ills Imprisoned This story ts corroborated by the fact that more than fifty men are unaccounted Anxious In July great anx iety here to know the results of the Democratic national couventlon In July state hoard of charities has reported to the governor that it was unable to ascer tain how John an Inmate of the Masslllon state received the Injuries that caused his but that they believed they were accident ally received and that no blame at taches to the hospital employes or Safe That was a great speech Mundy said the associate editor of the old line I suppose we ought to have an editorial showing that be was mistaken but really I cant see how we shall able to do His logic Is He has simply knocked the platform from under our I ktrow replied the but we cant let It Lets Just refer to It at That al ways satisfies the mau who votes the straight ticket and gives our oppo nents no chance to come back at Kaffir Saku bonu are the first words a stranger learns of the Kaffir vocabultt The expression Is the common form of salutation used by the and Us literal translation I see It is considered a mark of re spect not to give the greeting Immedi the delay showing the reverence la which the native holds his Experience Poetic one says a baby In the house Is a wellsprlng of Exasperated Young dont you believe it As an element of en joyment a baby in the bouse Is a icreamlng Innocent Thingl Hubby while con founded trial balance was running in my head all you must tell tbo and maybe he will give you extra pay for working The She has no friends to speak Good heavens What does ibe talk JULY 11 All Straw Hats ib OFF Abe Hesse The Leading Clothier burst Into a whirlwind of enthusiastic tribute lasting one hour and 28 min establishing the convention rec ord of an hour and six or full thirtynine minutes In excess of the Roosevelt demonstration at Chi which previously held the It was a decUlve exhibition ot the evermastering strength of the Bryan column and one ot the most dramatic convention pictures ever presented as the standards of the states were torn from their moorings and borne through the hall until they stood together on the platform like an army of proclaiming their united allegiance to Amid this storm of Bryan demon stration the six standards of New New Minnesota and Connecticut stood root In their the rallying points of little groups unmoved by the fren zied scenes about Throughout the hour and 26 minutes the deafen ing uproar ebbing and flow ing In women joining with the men In bearing the Bryan stand ards while the whole assem blage of persons Joined in the tumultuous Ollle James A point of shouted Repre sentative Ollle James of State your point of said the My point said that the delegates whose seats are contest ed oanuot You better mind your own busi said Colonel turning sharply upon and other Penn sylvanlans made uncomplimentary re marks to the man from sat In his chair and The chairman that the point of James was not well taken and that the list of delegates as certified by the national committee must prevail In the Colonel Guffeys name was first on the roll of his state and his lead of aye was followed by a score of sim ilar votes before no was Each no was received by the cheer from the galleries and from certain portions of the floon Have you the unit rule asked Chairman Bell of the came the We havent been a unit for The Pennsylvania poll showed 37 ayes and 28 one not voting and two TRUSTATE NEWS IN BRIEF July men were killed and three fatally Injured when a sewer caved la In North July rak ing hay Daniel a prominent farmer of George fell July were flrettvln a flght with horse thieves near here and It Is believed that one of them was July Smith of was killed and John Curry of this place Injured when their auto collided with a train at a railway crossing July a master commissioners sale Brown ft of Cincinnati purchased the plant of the Union Iron and Steel company for twothirds of the appraise July an AntiInjunction Plank as Drafted Meets With His Ap probation JUDGE PARKER ALSO APPROVES It Declares That Labor Dispute Should Be Dealt With As Other Demand for Notice In cluded In the July antiInjunction plank for the Democratic platform ban been agreed upon and reported to the fuH subcommittee or Chairman Fred Williams ot As nual Ihe of the lated with the dent that this was an error as there were 11 As the vote was not It waa decided to make no further announcement but to declare the correct totals The closing speech for the majority and the last of the debate was Gov ernor Haskell of He promptly took up the statement of Bellamy that Republicans could prop erly vote at Democratic He discussed In sarcastic sentences the contention of assert ing that under that gentlemans argu ment he might as well have been elected a delegate to the Chicago con After he had charged the contestees in the Pennsylvania cases with collusion with the Republicans he was Interrupted by a voice from the rear of the saying Give em the other Cheers Mingle With Governor Haskell charged the Penn sylvania contestees with being the tools of the Standard Oil He said the convention should say to the Go back to your 3fand ard Oil and Instantly he was drowned with a yell of which mingled with many Ive heard that hissing sound come out of a pipe line many a shouted Governor iHaakell and the con vention broke Into a roar of laughter and He concluded by strong ly urging the adoption of the major ity Governor Haskell was congratulated 3y Tom Johnson and others as he left the The previous question having been called Chairman Bell was about to put It to a viva voce vote when a rollcall was demanded and The question is on the adoption of the minority report In place of that portion of the majority report relating to announced Chair man Bell as he directed the clerk to begin the call of When Pennsylvania was reached a demand was made for a poll of the Two Chairmen Announce the said the chair and then ask for a Who Is the chairman of the delegation I said Colonel Announce your again said Chairman Colonel Guffey walked down the toward the chairmans desk at tended by who also claimed to be a chairman of the dele you have two have you said Chairman Well re turn to your seats and the state will be The early meeting of the conven tion was productive of little practical progress as the principal committees were not ready to But it had the effect of exploding the long pent up Bryan which took the signal from Senator Gores eloquent to the Nebraska and BRYAN Wires Tell Him of Great Demonstra tion In His July The Democrats have been very good to me and I can find no words to ex press my deep appreciation of the con fidence and good will which the dem onstration It was with these words that speaking to a number of news paper acknowledged the remark able demonstration given him by dele gates to the Democratic national con That Bryan was deeply affected by the outburst was apparent In the gravity with which he uttered the sentiment The delirious homage ot one hour and 26 minutes was pictured in crisp telegrams re ceived at Fairvlew and the thrill of It showed In flashes in the eyea of the man to whom it was When the demonstration began a dozen newspaper Rob ert Bryans and the telegrapher on the bulletin wire occupied the sun as the glass inclosed porch Is Five ten minutes with the wire clicking off details of the The candidate in an alpaca office coat and vestless smiled at the but left comments to his To a ques tion Bryan said You credit me with too much In fluence with the You wouldnt think so If you were exclaimed Arthur a West Virginia friend of the Nebraa Just returned from famous Rlnggold the Twenty second Pennsylvania will be held this year at West Mlddletown on July Governor Harris has honored a requisition from the governor of West Virginia for the return of Arthur who es caped from the reformatory In that state three years July house occupied by Frank an at Pittston was wrecked by dyna The who were bad narrow Ceruttle had re ceived threatening July Ohio canal aqueduct over Raccoon this j fell and several persons narrowly es caped being carried down with the Ohio State Canal Inspector Morris of Portsmouth was to have viewed the structure with a rlew to condemning Patter son of who seemed to have be come suddenly walked Into the engine room the Orr Felt and Blan ket claiming he was an en gine He fell Into an engine waa caught by the main car round the drive wheel and waa crushed to July men In the sheet department of the Youngs town Sheet and Tube morning went to work after their re fusal to do oo It Is said that there was a misinterpretation of a let ter sent by President McArdle on the The bar Iron scale is still held in July going Insane on a train at Dan Cleves ot Bigstone reached over the seat In front of him and cut James Sturgtlls Then he turned the raior on himself and made two severe wounds in his own Cleves had never seen Sturglll Sturglll will July suit of the distillers to enjoin the internal reve nue officials against the new brand ing and marking rules met with anoth er defeat when United States Circuit Judge Lurton declined to grant a re hearing to the local whisky interests in their Injunction case against the commissioner of Internal revenue to prevent enforcement of new brand ing and marking July delegation of Venango county citizens Is at Har rlsburg conferring with Governor Stuart relative to a reprieve for Mike sentenced to hang The board of pardons has twice re fused to commute Holkas but since that of James another Venango county has been commuted new Influences In Holkas favor are at The people of the county desire to avoid a hanging If July Dawson has refused to inter fere in the cose of Frank a Clarksburg who is sentenced to be hanged next week for the murder of Mary Mart April 4 July Norman age was drowned while bathing in the Two com Sulolde Because Father Slew July his father killed his pet Tony Mos age who lived In Silver shot himself in the head with a rifle and died Different I see a mau Intends to let a rattle snake bite him and depend on prayer panlons nearly lost their lives in an for a I call that effort to save This makes thir call it cruelty to animals unless ten persons drowned In this vicinity July former president of the city council and the head of one of the largest and oldest printing establishments in the was run over by an He was taken to a where he to not expected to July the cav ing In of the roof two miners were caught and crushed in the Sagamore near When the rescue party reached them one waa dead and the other was so badly crushed that it Is thought he may not July Rocke feller quietly celebrated his sixtyninth birthday at Forest his suburban Rockefeller to the friends who called to congratulate him de clared that he was enjoying splendid health and that ht never telt better somebodys going to pray for the snake efter its bitten such a fool as Philadelphia Martian Life A sadder interest attaches to such It cosmlcally speak soon to pass To our eventual descendants life on Mars will oo longer be something to scan and It will have lapsed beyond the hope of study or Thus to us it takes on an added glamour from the fact that it has not long to for the process that brought it to its present pass must go on to the bitter end until the last spark of Martian life goes The drying up of tbo planet is certain to proceed until its surface can support no life at but time will snuff it When the last ember is thus ex NnguUhed the planet will roll a dead world through its evolutionary career forever Low ell la At this plank were Judge Alton Parker of New the Democratic candidate for president In the Jerry Sullivan of Chairman Williams announced that the plank had been scrutinized by officers of the Federation ot Labor and was acceptable to VTas plank as thus recommended takes a position favorable to the placing of labor disputes on a level with other disputes and against the courts re garding laborers differently from other classes of Taero is no re quirement for notice previous to an Injunction proceeding because Campers had said that none would be demanded providing there could be a cessation ot discrimination against the labor element A conclusion to Ignore the question of womans suffrage was arrived at The subcommittee spent seven hours discussing suggestions ot Mr Bryan and others relative to in the platform but that 1m order to make progress If would be necssary to divide the work and con sequently subcommittees of the auto committee were appointed on various including resources of the These subcommit tees consisted In all cases of three Labor The Injunction subcommittee was the first to be appointed and its busily This committee consisted of Wil liams of Parker of New r York andSullivan of Its delib erations were based upon a draft of the proposed planka made by Wil while found to be gen erally was very closely scrutinized not only by the conserv ative members of tho In cluding Judge but by the labor leaders as Williams was In consultation during the greater part of the day with the labor whe appeared extremely anxious that not only the substance but the particular language of the resolution should be such as would satisfy the voters who are claimed to be behind The subcommittee on tariff found less difficulty in reaching a This committee consisted of Pettlgrew of South Brown of Nebraska and of and It reported to the full subcommittee by 5 That com mittee recommended the adoption of a comprehensive plank on the Including among others a provision for free print free wood linn No definite announce ment on the question ofthe Philip pine tariff relative to sugar was made by the Following la the subcommittees tariff recommen dation The Tariff We favor an Immediate revision of the tariff by the reduction of Import Articles entering into competi tion wltlj articles controlled by trusts should be placed upon the free list material reduction should be made In the tariff upon the necessities ot lite and especially on articles competing with such American manufactures as are sold abroad cheaper than at home and graduated reductions should be mode in such other schedules as may be necessary to restore the tariff to a revenue Every consideration of public policy suggests the conservation of our wood lands and the removal of those import duties which put a premium on the destruction of our Existing duties have given to paper manufactu rers a shelter behind which they have organised combinations to raise the price ot pulp and of paper and pose a tax upon We fore demand the Immediate ot the tariff on wood print wood and plac ing the same on the free Atwood Boomed for July strongly support ed having the backing of a number of the most Intimate personal friends of including pey eral of the national commit was launched in Denver in the interest of Joan member cif the cratlo national committee from that tor the chairmanship of national It la stated good authority that the Atwood would be gratifying to   

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