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Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - July 23, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania THE EVENING JULY 2 CENTS PER THIEVES AT BAY IN GRAVEYARD Sltet Eleven Persons in Fight From Police HEMMED IN BY SMALL ARMY Two Pursued by Run Through Streets of Botton Shooting Right and Left Eleven Persons Wounded In Their Hurrlec of Officers Thrown About Their Hiding Place and Their Arreet la Expected Victims May July Eleven persona were shot last three of them probably by two who on being pursued by policemen and a crowd of fled for two miles through a thickly settled dis trict of Jamaica firing madly right and and disappeared la the woods Hear Franklin The men are believed to be two of the gang of three who robbed a saloon in Jamaica Plait after shooting and killing one wounding two Delia Falloa is one ot the seriously Injured ot laat nlghta standing In front ot iiiiipiu SPECIAL Beginning June 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 Furnisher STANDARD WINS AGAIN Guffey Still in the Saddle in Dem ocratic State Organization it Yesterday July B B 5ilk dresses New dresses of an entirely different and superior typo to any that made the very successful Silk Dress Sales here this Jumper styles made of the name Silks that go into gowns Fancy Striped Figured and Striped Persian trimd Lace Quimpes and skirt two Silk Jumper Dresses to Silk Suits and Dresses Suits and iWool Separate Skirts and other fine apparel for women at Shelf Emptying BOQQ8 NORTH her home with her baby in ner arms when the two men pursued by a crowd oame down the As they passed her one of them flred and the bullet entered her head behind her right She is In a critical Herbert Knox of night watchman at the Forest Hills and Edward a Dorchester each received a bullet In the abdomen and are on the dangerously wounded list at the Hidden In the Others injured are John shot In arm Thomas shot la hand Thomas street car shot In leg Officer bullet in lag Officer shot in ankle Patrick shot In the Ride Michael head grazed by bullet Patrolman shot In It is believed that the desperadoes lay concealed In Calvary cemetery during the day while the police were hunting for them on account of the holdup and robbery of the night Being driven from their hiding place by hunger and fearing that they would be surrounded by the who were searching the the two men appeared on Charles street in Jamaica Plain at about dusk and pro ceeded to shoot up the They looked like Italians and were roughly Some citizens who had been assisting in the hunt for the the men and tried to Intercept whereupon the two began run ning with a revolver In each fled along South Lee and Keyes firing at every per son la their Stampede for Throughout the residential district the front porches ot the houses were thick with persons enjoying the even ing while the streets of the busi ness section were filled with the usual The appearance of the two desperate men shooting to each side aa they ran and shouting as If craiy caused a general stampede for Michael Flynu stooped to pick up a stone as he saw the men coming to ward him and Instantly one of them fired at the bullet grazing his Another went through his As the running along Keyes reached Washington street a trolley car came Hold you shouted one of the men waving his revolver above his The mo torman set the brakes and the conduc Thomas jumped In stantly he became a target and a bul let entered his Across Washing ton street and along New Keyes street the robbers with hundreds of men pursuing and soon disappeared in Franklin shooting down Offi cer who tried to intercept them near the park As soon as pos sible a cordon of heavily armed with rifles and waa thrown about the while thousands of oltiens gathered in the DIMELING REELECTED Canon Nineteen July Ozt Whltaker of the Pennsylvania dio cese of the Protestant Episcopal church has refused the petition of thirty widely known clergymen and communicants of the asking him to withhold the permis sion which the amendment to canon 19 by the general convention of 1907 gives to every bishop to license at his discretion Christian men who are not ministers of this church to make ad dresses In the church on special occa The bishop says that he is fully persuaded that the amendment Is in no sense an Infringement upon the funda mental law of the Miss Walsh Weda July Miss Evelyn daughter of Thomas was quietly married to Edward Mo son ot John editor of the Washington Post and the Cin cinnati McLean had been visiting the Walsh country home at near whats friendly candor It is generally tbe first aid to en The good you do is not though ran forcret Guffey Leader In Pennsylvania Chosen State July Dem ocratic state committee recognized Colonel James Guffey of Pittsburg as the leader ot the Democracy of Pennsylvania in spite of the steps taken against him at Denver while Indorsing the candidates on the national voiced In strong terms disapproval of the unseating of the Pennsylvania The meeting was attended by seventysix out of the eightyfour members of the commit tee and they not only proclaimed their fealty to Quffey by passing resold In which he was praised for work for the party and his leadershlf but a resolution Intended to secure recognition for James the sitting member of the national com mil was laughed at when presented by a delegate who was a personal friend of The strength ot the Kerr people In the committee was very small and they did not attempt to oppose the reelection of State Chair man George a friend of Colonel who was chosen to serve for a year from the first of next The adherents ot Kerr offered no even to the while indorsing Bryans candi denounced the action of the con vention which nominated htm for throwing out legally elected Pennsyl vania delegates and also lauded Colonel Guffey and recognized him as the legally elected national commit teeman and the real leader In Pennsyl It is said that they had less than a doxen votes among the sev entysix members ot the committee It was evident that the rejection at Denver has not injured Colonel Guf fey with the state committee and that he Is the undisputed As a re sult of the meeting the Kerr people will either have to accept Guffey as state leader or form a tion of their This is foreshad owed in lengthy statements given out by Kerr and Jere president of the The meeting lasted less than an In which time Senator Dimellng was reelected chairman and Meyers of Harrisburg The resolutions were adopted and speeches on turning in for state and county tickets were made by John John Garman and The elections of the nine division who make up the state executive all were except who was succeeded by John Har Creasy was not a Ancona of Reading and Amlg of who were Guffey supporters at were reelected after Who Knowi Alice toiled slowly up the pa per and pencil in ready to ask questions of the first person she en Being just she waa at inquiring age and endeavored to make everybodys life a burden to The first person she encountered was the upstairs she gif me ve letters of ve alfablt Slowly and impressively Bridget An proceeded pwease glf me vo letters vat aint in ve Bridget thought Then she thought She was Finally she said Ill tell ye and went down to ask The Engliih The average and It is surprising In what numbers he has a vague conception of colonies gen He has some hazy notions of Virginian plantations and transporta tion settlements aud crown colonies where a peppery military man of the old school takes up the white mans burden by holding autocratic sway over unclad The concep tions are more often than not fifty years behind the Lone JULY 25 Saturday Specials Childrens Wash White and Colored Sizes 3 to 8 12 onehalf Price Abe Hesse The Leading Clothier PEACE INSURED BY LARGE NAVY President Makes New Address on Old Subject EXPERTS LISTEN TO LAYMAN Chief Executive Points Out to Naval War College That Their Duty Is to Provide Efficient Protection With Meant Provided by idents Yacht Mayflower Runs Down and Sinks Small Vessel In Long Is land Rigid Investigation Is July for popular support for a firstclass fighting a navy capable ot seek ing out the enemy and hammering him into the President Rooae velt was the central figure here In the most notable conference of American naval officers ever called together to consult and discuss in a general way the future United States The president spoke publicly for more than halt an hour and then the confer ence went into executive session for one During this session the president took a leading part In the Ho argued as a he and did not attempt to give advice to professional He impressed upon the that it was given to them to keep the American navy abreast ot the times and to make It the hard efficient fighting force he believes to be a guarantee against the possibility of Roosevelt characterized the navy as the cheapest form of safety insurance pol icy the nation can The president sailed for Oyster Bay In the but the battleship conferences will continue here and in Washington until definite plans for the ships to be laid down in the near fu ture are decided Mayflower In When the yacht Mayflower steamed Into the harbor nearly two hours be hind scheduled with her bow sprit one anchor bow plates dented and six strange figures In black oilskins and souwesters gath ered in the she brought the story of an adventurous nights run in the blackest fog of the summer and of a collision in which a lumberladen schooner was cut practically in two by the presidents A lifeboat lowered from the Mayflower picked up the crew of six men on the sinking They were taken on board and when the Mayflower arrived here the who knew nothing of the accident and the danger of the colli sion until he directed that they be given sufficient money to take them to their homes in and that the master of the Skipper Hutch be provided with transportation to the office ot his agents in New Having been picked suddenly out of the blackness of a nasty night and set down on board the yacht of the president of the United the dazed men who had lost their boat did not know just how to respond to the presidents sincere words of re gret over the mishap and his provi sion for their journey Holds Court of who was in command of the summoned the men to his cabin and organized a summary court of in which he took their statements for use in an In vestigation which he immediately re quested the navy department at Wash ington to The after leaving the president and his family at Oyster will probably go to the New York navy yard tor a thorough examination and OUR TIME The Four Sections That Divide the United Every nation lias Us own time stand but thdT United States has These time as they are were introduced in the year chiefly for the benefit ot the and are known as the mountain and The eastern section extends from tuo Atlantic coast to an Irregular line drawn from De troit to the central includes all between this line and an other extending from to the mouth of the Hlo Grande river the mountain qxteuds from here to the western boundary of Utah and and the Pacific in cludes all the remainder of the coun try to the Pacific coast The difference in time between ad joining sections is one so that when it is 12 oclock in New York city Is 11 oclock at 10 oclock at Denver and 9 oclock at San The true local time of any place la Blower or faster than the standard according as the place is wist or east of the time Thus the local time at Boston is sixteen tnlnutea faster than eastern Or while at Buffalo it is sixteen win BOTH SADNESS AND JOY Guardsmen Celebrate Wedding and Also Give Military Honors to Dead Comrade CUPID IN THE CAMP Private Soldier Wedt Steelton Maiden at July became known In camp Hays that Private James White of a member of the Eighth had been mar ried to Miss Clara Rhodes of the same The ceremony was performed by the Hartmaa of the Gettysburg Methodist Com pany of which White Is a celebrated the event last The entire Third brigade will leave for home The brigade expresses delight at the success of the Though It was their last day the Third was kept hard at work and took an active part In the The heavy rain laid the deep dust and made the camp more The departure of the Third brigade will mark the first stage toward the otoilng of the The Sec ond brigade leaves on Gov ernor Stuart also leaves on that day and the departure of the First on Sat urday will mark the close of the en campment of said to be the most successful ever One of the sad dest scenes that ever transpired at an encampment took place In the camp of the First regiment of Philadelphia when the remains of Lieutenant Paul who was killed by light were given full military honors prior to shipment to The funeral rites were read by Chaplain Hoyt of the Sixth After reading the funeral services the entire regiment standing at attention the regiment band played Kind ly Company B escorted the body to the railroad the band playing a Several sham battles were fought during the day and at night a reunion of the American veterans of foreign service was held in the headquarters of tha Eighteenth Battlnhip Fleet July The Atlantic battleship fleet sailed last night at oclock for WEATHER West Thursday and Weitern Pennsylvania and Fair Thursday and Friday light va riable mostly Chicago Grain July wheat mar ket ruled weak today under heavy real izing September closed at a net loss of Strength in oats had a sympathetic effect on the corn which closed September oats closed with a gain of 8K for the Provisions were a shade to 5 September options closed Pltttburg 24tf 025 Ohio cream full light market tidy common to fat good fresh cows and spring common to Sheep and light and market Prime good fair culls and clipped spring veal heavy and Hogs Receipts 10 double market Prime medium and heavy light The British It is absolutely true that the British public goes to the theater to be not to bo It considers that it pays Its money to be and it sullenly resents the presence of any powder in ttfe It is when this atti tude changes that the great renaissance of the British drama will don Use one teaspooiiful of this cocoa in hot water every The can will last thirty But suppose theres missis of use more hot Representatives of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Bay from will hold a series of street this in this speaking on the Plan of Salva tion as was taught by our Lord ana Jesus and Hla apostles also on the Restoration of the Gospel In the Latter are distributed No col lection All are STANDARD OIL WINS VICTORY Superior Court Orders a New Trial ot Case JUDGE UNDIS IS REVERSED Fine of Set Ail do on Tech nicality and New Trial Is Claim Set Up That Standard Oil Company Wat Net the Defendant In This Particular Oil Jubilant and Standard Oil Steek Takes a Large Jump July Following the unanimous decision of Judges Gross Seaman and composing the United States circuit court of ap reversing and remanding the case of the government against the Standard Oil Company ot in which caae Judge Landls In the dis trict court had Imposed a fine of the federal attorneys an nounced that the government had thirty days within which to ale a peti tion for a rehearing and that It would be filed within the allotted In the case that was reversed the Stand ard Oil Company ot Indiana waa found guilty of accepting rebates on ship ments of oil from its refinery at Whit to East Judge Landls fined the company on each of each count rep resenting a carload The opinion of the three judges ot ie higher court leaves little ot the on t out Ion that each carload consti uicd a separate Even the va of which there were SOU could not be considered an offenses under the ruling 02 he court of The fine should mve been based on settlements be the railroad and the oil com the opinion Ot these there were just The maximum tine on this basis would amount to and the minimum It s said that la the total amount which the Standard Oil company is alleged to have received aa rebates on the shipments In Have Plenty of In the event that a rehearing is de nied the government may go to trial on the original containing Such an action District Attorney Sims could bo ready to take within two There are also seven other indictments containing As a vast amount of work has been done on the case al ready decided and reversed it is un likely that an entirely new case will be The record of the pres ent case contains more than a mil lion and a half words and Is estimated to have cost the government Another move which may be made by the federal attorneys is to transfer the prosecution from this jurisdiction either to the Western New York dis trict or to the Eastern Tennessee In these two districts the gov ernment investigation led to indict ments containing about counts against the Standard Oil The most striking portion of the de epitomizing the attitude of the follows Counsel for the government say In concluding their brief that the ElMna act was passed because the peace of Bocloty and the welfare ot the people demanded it that railroad inequality means business ruin to all except those powerful enough to make them selves the beneficiaries of the discrim inations means the wiping out ot an of a of a city at tbe command of an officer of a private corporation that railroad inequality is the basis ot monopoly and the wrongful concentration of wealth that no law ot more vital importance was ever passed by and that those guilty of violating it are guilty of a serious crime against the princi ples of industrial freedom and Where They Every sentence of this arraignment Is That this court recognizes the importance of the enforcement of that act is shown In its affirmance of penal ties that under other circumstances would be regarded as very But the interstate commerce important is that law is not the only law un der which we We live guaranty that reaches back to the be ginning of our law and is securely planted In every constitution of civil ized government that no ozio aball be punished until he has been hoard and above this fundamental guaranty there be set DO higher prerogative for let it once come to pass that under the stre8Bot enforcing equality any power In the government mar oterrlda the fundamental rights ot being Judged only after having been duly right just as essential In the associated relation of the corporation as to men in the relationship of copartners or to men will no commerce worth the name to cafe The beginning ot commerce U constitutional government aid foundation ot constitutional govern ment Is the faith that every guuutr ol our no matter what the will be saoredlr ok The courtroom waa crowded with lawyers and newspaper men when Judges Baker and Seaman took their Judge Orostomp not read the merely re ferring to It by number and itatlng that the case had been reversed and There is jubilation amoag the Standard Oil who de clared that the decision had been ex while the government attor neys went quietly to District Attorney Simss office to study the The whole proceedings occupied only a few News of the verdict spread Standard OH stock Jumped 14 rise of 68 points since Monday Wall street reported a large demand among In and the days U the highest the shares have sold since Judge Landlsa RECTOR IS BEATEN American Runner Defeated bjr South July giooet pervades the American The ath from over the seas had strongly cherished hopes of repeating their pre vious grand record of making a sweep in the track hut a dark horse in the person ot the South Afri can upset the Walker broke the taie In what Is considered the most Impor tant event In the Olympic the a abort two feet in front ot the Unlverrtty of Virginia thereby putting an end to the astonishing succession ot American triumphs which had to sadden the Shoulder to shoulder Rec tor and the Canadian ran down the with tke Pennsylvania close At the haltway mark Walker forged slightly but tape less than a yard separated the first three with tbe Canadian only Inches behind the la third Tbe American team did remarkably well at the stadium during the but success had elated them to point where they were satisfied with nothing less than everything in A worlds record by Bacon ot the IrishAmerican Athletic club in the 400meters which he won in 55 seconds an Olympic record of 24 feet 6tt inches by Irons of the Chicago Athletic association in the running broad and the victory ot Dole of Yale In the feather weight wrestling out of seven finals should be a satisfactory days per BASEBALL RESULTS NATIONAL At R HE 10 4 62 Overall and Moran Flaherty and At R HE 30000000 8 8 4 I Camnltz and Gibson Wilhelm and At B HB 5 I 00000000 6 3 Sparks and Jacklltsch Ewlng and Standing of the 33 New 49 36 48 36 38 45 38 61 St 30 54 Games Cincinnati at Pittsburg at New Chicago at Louis at AMERICAN At BUB 01200001 9 2 11000000 6 1 Plneen and Blue Clcotte and Car At B H B 81 11 0 Liebhardt and Bemls Dygert and At R H B 10230000 13 0 62 Mullln and Schmidt and Standing of the 61 34 49 37 47 88 46 38 41 il 89 47 33 60 New 69 Game Detroit at 45
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