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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - July 16, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING i i JULY 2 CENTS PER EDITORS MUST PAY CASH Cannot Advertising With July It be lawful to make the exchange of railroad trans portation for then It be lawful to do the same In ivery transaction aud the railroad business might lawfully become one 6t barter and limited only by the In a decision handed down by Judge Kohlaaat In the United States circuit from which the above Is the Jurist enjoined the Issuance of transportation by the Indian apolis and Louisville Railway company to the publishers of Munseys Maga zine In exchange for The decision was rendered In a test case in which the federal authorities brought suit to prevent the carrying out of a contract entered Into In Janu between the railroad com pany and Frank Munsey ft providing for the Issuance of trip tickets or mileage to the value of In consideration of certain advertising space in the publication of the maga zine The contract was al leged to be a violation ot the Hepburn Cursed PrleeU With Last Canyon July down maledictions on the Roman Oath otic priesthood and shouting In Long live Italy Long live the Prot Qulseppe who mur dered Father Leo Helnrlchs at the altar of Elizabeths Den carried to the death trap and paid the extreme penalty ot We orime by WORKMAN WAS CARELESS Lifting Gauze Safety Lamp Causes a Tremendous Explo sion near Pottsvitte SEVEN MINERS KILLED His Speech to Prohibition Con vention May Win Nomina tion for President JONES PREDICTS OPEN FIGHT 0 SPECIAL THIS WEEK Beginning June We will close out our re 0 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 NonPartisan Gatherings Give Bryans Running Mate a Cheerful Greeting FAIRBANKS PAYS HIM TRIBUTE Vice President Graceful Speech Welcoming Bearer of Vice Presiden tial Nomination Returns Kerns Compliment of Four July the Democratic nominee for vice mot many old friends and made a lot ot new ones as he rode toward home from At Kan a large crowd was at the station and a number of men boarded the train and shook hands with The town of Fowler stopped business to see the train come Kern did not attempt to make a but shook hands with all who could reach In this city Kern addressed a gathering ot neighbors following his presentation by Charles Fair vice president ot the United Four years ago Kern pre sented Fairbanks to a big non partisan gathering under similar cir At a stay of ten minutes was made and a huge crowd waa at the As Kern ap peared on the platform of the rear car he was greeted with hearty Kern returned his thanks for the which he said he appreciated very The faces of Indlanlans look mighty good to he and you look good to shouted the crowd I am returning from the national con vention of my bringing with me a great which I did not seek and which at my request was noi sought by the delegation from my but when various sections o the country united In giving me th nomination I felt it my duty as a loya son of Indiana to accept I hope tc wear the honor worthily and In such manner as to bring no discredit on party or my I regard the nom nation as a testimonial not to my own ability or merit but rather as a com pliment to the great state of my na The convention saw the command ing position of seated at the foot of the Great The center of population of the the cen tral state in the galaxy on the Workers Careless Act Looses Mighty Underground July mine workers were killed and ten Injured by an explosion of gas in the Wll liamstown colliery of the Summit Branch Mining company In the lower part of the anthracite The mine was wrecked and set on The dead are John Arthur Charles John Anthony James Mi chael The most seriously Injured are William Charles Martin Ralph John Isaac Charles Monroe The explosion Is believed to have been caused by one of the men lifting the gauze of his safety lamp Just after a shot which brought down a large body of When volunteers were ailed for rescue work almost every man at the workings offered his serv which meant a hazardous trip nto the burning Near the foot of the shaft the In ured were they having rushed oward the entrance only to fall un All of the dead were ound a short distance from the shaft battered and burned Into an almost unrecognizable Three of the In lured men may One of the Injured was taken to Professor Charles Scanlon of Plttiburg Alio Strong on Resolutions Reports Today to Con In July Prohlbl onlsts national convention worked nder temporary organization hroughout Its first days session and djourned without hearing a report rom the committee appointed to se Its permanent In lit le was accomplished beyond naming he members of the various commit ees and receiving the reports of the ommlttees on rules and on creden There were no contests before he latter and its as well an that of the committee on was argely E Turner The House Mistier July the and H was not until an Identification of the bodies waa made that It was found that he was living He was badly burned and battered but will probably The colliery Is operated by one o the companies controlled by the Penn sylvania Railroad fmSfATE NEWsliJ BRIEF July Kafr Trowbrldge of Willlamstown wa found dead sitting on a milking stoo Heat had caused her fourth biennial convention of the Wes Virginia Christian Endeavor union aas concluded a three days session here July thunde bolt prostrated Mary and Anna 3teg ler at their home near Commercial point and their lives are despaired July age Is dead here He was born In and came to Wheeling seventytwo years July a watch was Instantly killed by Sutler had taken refuge under a The stroke rendered his body July Gompers and John Lennon of the American Federation of Labor are expected here JOHNNY BOLLS DAY Uncle Sam in the Background at the Olympiad Races Yesterday OUR DAY of old officers as follows Chair Charles Tiee Cal Minneapolis The subcommittee of five complet ed Its draft of the platform early In the evening and reported to the whole committee at The planks were substantially those with the addition of a dec laration In favor of the guaranty of the deposits In savings James secretary of the Peoples appeared before tne committee as a whole and asked that the financial plank of the Populist platform incorporated In the Pro hibition This favors the Issu ance of money direct to the people without banks as and declares that all money shall be a full legal tender In payment of all debts In both of a public and of a private VOUYS NOT WOHHED Says Ohio Will Give Big Plural ities for Taft and the Other Tickets ALL BREACHES ARE CLOSED UP Buckeye State Campaign Manager Haa Conference With Taft at Hot In West Virginia Considered by Candidate Taft Hot July manager of the national cam Brltlth Capture Two More Olympic July gold medals went to Great France and Sweden as the winners of the finals of the days events at the Olympic Great Britain waa a double winner and France and Sweden each I pftlgn or the Republican party In secured one United States had i Qnlo arrived at Mot Springs and had to be satisfied with one silver medal symbolic of second place In the three mile team but the American rep resentation In the various events was There were four finals and of these England won the 660yards cycling race and the threemile team thus bringing the number of gold medals accredited to Great Britain to date up to as compared with two a long talk with Judge Taft on conditions In Vorys expects that Ohio will give the Republican ticket an oldtime majority next No This is the he when the Democrats always carry In a presidential Ohio Republi cans hare their own troubles and they always inspire a Democratic hope of an internal split and This is the i Heaeratiou ui uuuui mo is not unmindful of her great Instiu the jurl3dlctlonal dif among which Purdue university today t j stands out so Remember ing her great artists bearing In the splen did record of her great statesmen in time of peace and the glorious record of her sailors and soldiers in time of that convention felt compelled to confer this badge of distinction on this great It Is my ambition to conduct my part of this campaign in a clean and ferences between longshoremens John Mitchell will address the longshoremens con ventlpn on July Kerr of this city have sold to the North Fork Oil company and William Strain of Oil 490 acres ot developed oil with thirtyeight wells and a dally production ot for The property is located dignified I shall have no fault in the Crawford county B B emptying draperies and rugs Quality Axminster Hearth 27 by French Wilton 27 by French Wilton 36 by Choice Tapestry Brussels 9 by 12 Body Brussels 9 by 12 feet oyal Wilton 9 by 12 French Wilton 9 by to find with any citizen of Indiana who in the discharge of the duties of citizenship shall cast his ballot against The unham pered right to vote his sentiments Is one of the priceless heritages ot the American citizen which no man ought to I cannot at this time discuss political During the progress of the campaign I hope to visit Lafayette and discuss them I have always entertained for your people individually and collectively the highest respect and By way of response to your cordial greetj ings I can only God bless one and As the train pulled out three hearty cheers were given for the vice dentlal Flash Kills July Lightning July that Joseph Strawbrldge made love to his Mabel in Sunday school and passed endearing notes to her across church thus alienating her Thomas a foreman in the Standard mine at Hll brought suit to recover July comfortably between the walls of the old Centennial hall at now used as a normal where they winter and a was taken by John Mc wure hived and forty pounds of flne ROBERT PATTON OF Temporary The committee on permanent organ ization will report today and Professor Charles Scanlon of one of the numerous candidates for the presi will be named as the perma nent The presidential nomination is still open and there has been no marked concentration In favor of any candi It was agreed that the nomina tion could be had by Seaborn Wright of Georgia If he would express a will ingness to accept Before the con vention met it was said by Charles chairman of the national com that the nomination would be the result of an open Levering a The name of Joshua Levering of who was the nominee In was strongly favored by but the friends of Levering were not disposed to push his candidacy un less he was assured in advance of the They said that inasmuch as he had once been the standard bearer of his party a refusal by the present convention to place him again in that position might be construed as a repudiation of his former efforts in behalf of the James Tracey of Is mak ing an energetic canvass and senti ment Is steadily growing in favor ot his The Illinois delegates Mystery Marks July finding of the body of William a welltodo hanging to a tree has excited the suspicions of the of Marydel and Temple vllle across the Maryland of circumstances surrounding the death of the An examination of the corpse disclosed on the head a wound which appears to have been made by some blunt There were also bruises on the In a pocket ot the clothing was found a marriage license for himself aud a girl who Is only thirteen years of The name on the marriage license is Elizabeth After the death of his about a year Williams secured the father of the little girl as a tenant for his farm and he went to live with Will Bring It Up July Jones of the state board of grounds and buildings has asked three residents of this Engineer George Etter and undertake the task of valuing the property embraced In the proposed capltol park The iata Is to be secured for the coming session of the legislature and the work will be done without expense to the July for eign workmen were killed by the cav ing In of the new Grace avenue sewer One met death In an effort to save his July Horse thieves are busy in Darlington town ship and A valuable horse ot William Craft was taken from his meadow and a dozen other reports have reached the July Two tanks of containing several hun dred belonging to the Pure Oil located at the Wilson auto up tw mtomal spill standing to the credit of the United I Q these troubles are settled OTM u ttnytnlng to do the claim that the Democratic party will carry Ohio this fall has com pletely settled all our troubles and cemented all Republicans In Ohio In a determination to elect the The only final in which the latter country participated was the threemile team race and the American team an easy France her gold medal for a victory In the tandem cycle race and Sweden for Lemmings j gtate and legislative ticket by recordbreaking Javelin throw of 178 feet 7 which topped the best previous throw by more than France and Great Britain each took a silver medal for seconds in the Javelin 660yard cycle race and the re while Germany and Sweden took the bronze medals In the same at will remain here several three dayfl ftnd wlu nare further talks wlta Taft concerning conditions tm Negroes to Oppose July to the Milton Waldron of the negroes of the coun engaged In a movement against Waldron says all the and antiTaft negro organl md their sympathizers among people are being merged the National Negro American of which he Is presl says the leaguehas deter o support Bryan for president 1 iri i will conduct a campaign vAn tmong the colored people wjth the object of de Markets Gain But Vyv July Iron Age sys today The Iron markets have during the last few weeks and while is being mala But conditions are still far 11 satisfactory and at presenl of progress it will take many until we are back to are pushing Daniel Sheen of Swearing society pump West Flnley were Ignited by lightning and con July are now being considered by the Mens club of the First Methodist church to eliminate swearing in Sharon and to make the movement a national Sharon is to be made the headquarters of the Anti oil July bert was found dead In a field near his home at Sandy The boy left home to drive cows from a taking with him mi old muzzleloading 18c 25c 1 25c JOc Assorted lot and single struck the residence of the David j n js thought the gun caught near killing two OQ ft was the contents blowing a hole In the boys left age find j Mlnnlp age was perhaps fatally j stylta 180 woif W Carpet a BOQG8 JULY 18 Saturday Specials Childrens Wash White and Colored Sizes 3 to 8 12 onehalf Price Abe Hesse The Leading Clothier The friends of Robert Patton of temporary chairman f the are rapidly increas and a movement in his behalf ook tangible shape when he conclud d his address at the first session of he Pattons joth In matter and in manner of deliv made a strong impression on the and before the morning ad ournment had been taken his boom was fairly under The Indiana elegates led the movement In behalf of Scanlon ft The friends of Charles who s to be the permanent chairman of the say they feel greatly encouraged over the progress their candidate Is Scanlon made an address last night In Memorial hall to a large number of the delegates and their and it was received with much The was no part of the regular convention It is expected that his address on assuming the chairmanship will be The committee on resolutions met Immediately after the adjournment of tho morning session of the convention and delegated the task of writing the to a subeommlttee 6f composed of Samuel Dickie of Michi Quincy Morrill of South Da Eugene Chapln of Frank Slbley of Arizona and Silas Swal low of When the sub committee made its report last nighl the platform had been in greater part arranged and It Is expected it will bi accepted as It has been drawn untl tome which Is not believed to be Is made on some por tloP of H July the missing foreign VU Lay iv i who owns a chain of banks in Con Unlontown and Brownsville has been located In An ef ort will be made to have Rutsek broughtback for July he railroad company was endeavor ng to start the piecework system in the new shops at Indianapolis the jollermakers on the Big Pour division of the New York Central system went on It is said that about 600 men are July the present rate of mortality among dogs contin ues the canine population of the North side will be wiped out before the sum mer is During the last six weeks nearly 600 dogs have been found dead Dies at Age of July Sally of a noted New Jersey Iv s dead age was 1 Spring Valley 1803 rirred April and had two of whom Peppermint and If you have a boy who has begui smoking too early and whom you wisl to cure of the feed him popper Clayton Jones of Silver writing in the London is authority for this simple Jones writes To break the smoking habit In a youth there is noth ing better than peppermint H cannot smoke with a bullseye In his and even for some time afte it is dissolved tobacco will not blend kindly with the taste that Socially the cure may seem worse than the but from a medical point of view the sucking of peppermints is far less A common bullseye will prevent smoking for nearly uu BO the amount of sweets used need not be THE in the an average fifteen of about Its Sire and Shape Are Said to A high Sorehead to bo very good should bo well developed about the Breadth of forehead is nlwnys favor It is distinctly connected with breadth of A forehead that curves back reveals a poetic a fondness for the arts and a taleut for either musk or Of course a brand forehead may Uu Speaking ot the senatorial situation In his Vorys is satisfied that the campaign for the national ticket will be kept entirely separate from any senatorial The coming to Hot Springs of Sena tor Jonathan Is looked for ward to with Bourne as he original second elective term advocate of the renomlnatlon of Presl lent Roosevelt has not seen Taft jlnce the Chicago Bourne will reach here the latter part of this week or early next West Virginia The situation In West where there are two contending Re publican state has been nought to the attention of until was not Informed of conditions In that He has been that the factional flght In West both Republi can tickets having the names of the same presidential wlllTesulf in giving the national ticket there a much larger vote than It would other wise chair man of the state central committee ot the Swlsher Is here but he has not seen His he has Is for his health and riot to confer with the Republican Taft has made a rough draft of a portion ot his speech of being able to begin the work of dic tating the document he expected a couple of days ago when In the midst of the study of platforms and former speeches of Taft was entertained at a tea given by Miss Pendleton of Tail joining the company later on the lawn in front of the Council of War In Far West July Chairman Frank Hitchcock of the Republican national committee will open the cam paign of 1908 In the far Practi cally the first movement In the cam paign will be made at Colorado next Monday and Tues At that time Chairman Hitchcock will hold a conference with Republi can leaders of all the states and terri tories west of the Missouri Rep resented at the conference will be North and South New Wash Oregon and The Republican chairman and the Republi can national committeemen of these states and territories have been In vited by Chairman Hitchcock to at tend the conference and all of them have notified him of their Intention to be July try t of u weak amj u weak chin ing to escape from a mad dog running wm naturally give a truei at large Charles age Of character than eveu ij Qf brids6 climbed on the girders over Glenns run and a bullet fired by a party of men pursuing the animal hit him in the knocking Wm into the creek where he from broken neck and bullet July the re quest of Senator William Warner of tee appointed at the national Republi can convention to notify Judge Taft of his nomination for the John the sent out to all the members ot the national committee Invitations to attend notification meeting to bf Cincinnati on July combination of a narrow forehead July contest of the anthracite coal companies against the commissioners of Lacka wanna county raising coal land assess ments for taxation purposes 000 was disposed ot by the fcacka wanna county which reduced the assessment to a foot making the total increase approsl mately The commission ers may carry the matter to supreme East July with an otherwise strong Amos living near If tberois quite u perceptible bulge Just across the state line in Pennsyl while gathering eggs saw a monster blacksnake coiled on a Her husband killed the The of the combined with a high tha sign is of a deliberate If with these eyebrows Is combined o forehead that slopes gradually the chairman of the commit1 a poetic tonpewment to dls 11 tbuy are comumea a narrow the with subject wllTbe successful in business and In everything connected with worldly but he will be In capable of or of creating the York snake had eaten the eggs In the neat and he glass nsst egg was fouri4 about six Inches down Its An H gala the i bave to Ore your friend I daw any one julte 80 Slow In Is W not He quick   

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