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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - July 27, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                EVENING ESTABLISHED JULY 2 CENT8 PER IS REALLY INDEPENDENT WILL FIGHT OLD PARTIES No Fusion by Independence Say Lenders CONVENTION BEGINS TONIGHT Thomas Prominently Men tloned for the Presidential Nomina Randolph Hearst on Scene and as Temporary Chairman Will Call Convention to Representation of States Much Greater Proportionally Than of Other Parts of the July Independence party opens Its convention here to night for the nomination of president and vicei president of the United The delegates to the convention continued to arrive in considerable numbers throughout the the rep resentation from the eastern states being proportionally stronger than from other parts of the It Is confidently asserted that when as temporary be gins his address tonight fully 900 delegates will be In the It IB asserted on all sides that the contests for the nominations will be Iree and So for the Indications are that such will be the Of the candidates now in the field Thomas Hlsgen of Massachusetts has a strong following and he is apparently in the Howard of Ala bama has many who are mak ing a strong in his The Indiana delegation IK pushing Charles Neal of that although NeU himself says that he hardly his name to go before the Other candidates are John Temple Graves of Georgia and Howard Taylor of The name of Charles Walsh of Moretary of the national and who for many years acted in a similar capacity for the Democratic Is also to Be Temporary William Randolph who is to be temporary chairman of the has He roller ated the statement he made in New York that he was not a candidate foi the presidential nomination and tha he would adhere positively to his dec laration that he must not be consid ered in that Hearst was asked in his there existed any probability of fusion with the Democratic party or Indorsement of He replied It has been my understanding thai the convention will nominate its own candidate andthat conduct a campaign Independently of the He publican and Democratic and all othe Since coming to Chicago have heard no sentiment other thai and I do not believe that ther is even a remote possibility of fuslo or the Indorsement of any candidat save our On the question of the presldentta nomination Hearst declared tha he had no particular but that he would cheerfully support any strong man who might be named b the At a conference It was decided tha No Possibility of Charles Walsh should be the per manent chairman of the convention Thomas whose candidacy for the presidential nomination Is strongly favored by many delegates is In the He made the assertion that there was no possibility of fu sion with the Democratic ad ding There are many of us who Hko Bryan but we cannot agree with him In the things he ad nor do we fancy some of the men upon whom he seems to lean moat Personally I lost my nterest In the Democratic party when it failed to nominate Hearst four years ago In I ara full of confidence in the future of the ndependence party and know that it will be more virile and more aggres sive than either tha Democratic or he Republican The platform of the Independence wrty present plans are car contain a much more radical leclaration on the question of injunc ion than was embodied In either the ilatform of the Republican or that of he Democratic From present idicatlons the temper of the conven lon will be In favor of a declaration olng away entirely with preliminary njunctlons in cases of labor he majority of the delegates who ave arrived also believe there should 6 no punishment for contempt ot ourt until after a trial by MOB SHOWS HATRED FOR VENEZUELA STRANGE ASSAULT STORY Miss Stechel Claims to Have Been Tossed Overboard by New July young worn limp and well nigh ex hausted was found clinging to the side of a floating pile driver at the foot of Fiftieth When rescued her account of how she came so near death was one of a re markable She Is Miss Amelia Stechel ot Bay Miss Stechel spent Saturday with a On her way home In the she two whom she thinks were suddenly seized her and threatened to murder her It she She was dragged to a dock and there she lost When she came she she found herself In a boat with the two that she struggled so violently the pair threw her overboard and that she was forced to swim to the Her strength was then so spent that she could only cling to the pile driver in hopes of A doctor who attended her says that she was undoubtedly Her lips are swollen as from a blow and there are other bruises on her The police are looking for the assail Dutch Attack Home of Castros Consul at Curacao JuU QV B B laces embroideries Prices on fine goods tliat should rivet womens atten Four lots as examples of whats done to Fifty and 75c fine Ecru iVenise Irregular Insertions inches a Fifty and 75c Ecru Silk Filet Bands inches a Twenty five patterns fine Swiss Embroid ered lAllovers for a fine Swiss Embroid ery and solid combinations a BOQG8 NORTH Island of July relations between Venezuela and the people of the Island of Cura Dutch West are strained to the breaking Mobs attacked the home of a Venezuelan who had published statements In a Venezuelan paper derogatory to the Violent demonstrations were held In front of the residence of the Vene zuelan while the mob also surrounded tbe German where he had taken com pelled the ordering out of armed Prior to this a mob of gathered before the dwelling of a Venezuelan broke down the doors with stones seizing the compelled him to sign a paper which set forth an elaborate excuse for the publication of the statements with which he was The leaders of the populace also forced make a public apology from the balcony of his while the crowd bolow hooted and groaned In The mans family were compelled to play the Dutch na tional while the people below Down with Castro Long may Wilhelmina live The police were unable to cope with the demon His Weak The Stage Manager can play drunken parts better than any man on the The Business Manager but hes too fond of Fortune brings in some that are not GOVERNMENT OPENS VAST TRACT OF LAND Eastern Oklahoma in Throes of Real Estate Frenzy July mid night the law removing the govern ment restrictions on acres f Indian lands in eastern Oklahoma went into Every real estate ifflce ill that part of the new state Is rowded with anxious buyers and sel ers of Money is changing hands iy the hundreds of Agents re busy corralling the who ave been in captivity during the last few Leases are being taken on land that Is not and actual cash Is parsing from hand to making the night one of the most ex citing In years Jn Every one is striving to get the flrst chance at the The removal means that of the acres of Indian land in forty counties of eastern which part was formerly Indian Ter becomes The flght of the white man to procure ihe In dian lands began the moment the Indian allotments were made and It hae been pushed aver When statehood became effective and the question of taxation became an issue the removal of restrictions became but not until Oklahoma got Its own delegation In congress was the desired legislation For a month agents of real estate companies rounding up the Indian and negro One buy er has been entertaining a number of Indians and negroes here for three providing them with everything they the only conditions 1m MACK CHOSEN ASJJHAIRMAN Democratic National Committee Names Leader for Campaign BRYANS SELECTION INDORSED After an Extended Conference All Opposition Is Quieted and Members Unite In Support of the New York Man Presidential Candidate Is Greatly Pleased and Says Deter mined Efforts Will Be Made to Put New York State In the Democratio Column fn July a seven hour conference with William Bry an and John Democratio nominees for president and vice presi the aubcommlttee of the na tional Democratic committee made Its selection of the officers of the com as follows Buf Vice Nebras Secretary Urey Ken It was the first time In many years that the national chairman had been selected by the Democratic party only after a bitter contest had been The choice of Mack was made pos sible only after the New York Charles Murphy of Tammany and chairman of the state Democratic had yielded to the personal desires of Bryan Favored When the Democratic nominee for president reached here he was strong ly in favor of Mack for the but Bryan frankly told the com mittee that he wanted them to con sider all the candidates and make an appointment There were In the race besides Mack Judge Wade of Ryan of former Governor James Campbell of Ohio and Urey The sentiment for how steadily but he was con fronted with a handicap which he had to The wellknown opposi tion of Murphy and Connors toward because him because of his rivalry with Connors for the con trol of Brie county stood in the The longdistance telephone was put ENOCH ARDEN A VILLAIN Sultan Is Cheered by July was given up to patriotic demonstra tions and speeches In the general re joicing over the promulgation of a constitution by the All the on the Bosphorus were gaily decorated with and per who marched In procession to the Ylldez cheered the sultaa President Takes to Oyster July President Roosevelt made use of an automobile In preference to a team of fine horses In going from Sogamora Hill down to the Christ Episcopal church In the It IB reported that the president has said that he did not care to use an automobile so long as there were good horses to be But it would seem that he Is beginning to take a fancy to ride in one or the other ot the two big tour Ing care stationed for on a num ber of oornfllons recently has made mse of I I July I sylvanla railroad employing are to be closed for a READY FOR THE FRAY Again A Freak of the A curious case of lightning destruc tion took place some years ago at Oat an Imperial summer residence not far from St where stood a stone column fifty feet held together by iron When rain fell more or less water penetrated the stones in the Interior of the monu ment One day It was struck by light and Instantly the column disap peared from killinga lone sen try on The only explanation Ts that the heat the lightning Instant ly generated steam on coming In con tact with gome of the water and the larrlnc explosion Aflcr Vacation Judge Tafl Jumps Into July the calm lie storm was the Sabbath ob of William Taft in the 1 in o of his Charles candidate began v ork the trade of politics mending the meeting of the state meeting Informally the members of the notification cotn lending his aid to the local arrangements committee and placing bliusulf generally at tha disposal of national and state Tomorrow he will deliver his speech ot accept ance and then surrender himself to DIB vagaries of a riot of political en Senator Warner of chair man of the notification reached the city during the but did not present himself to remarking facetiously that he was afraid that Taft had already gaiped a suspicion of the fact of his With Senator Warner on arriving was Judge Charles national commltteoman from General Felix Angus of Marylands member of the notifica tion was an Frank who Is ex pected will make a report to the candidate on conditions In the west as he found them during his re cent visit to that Elmer Do secretary of the national com will also reach the city Importance Is attached to the meet Ing today of the Ohio sfate central to be attended by as the meeting Is declared to be In tended to common under singleness of purpose and carried away by thevarious will permeate all parts of the TRISTATE NEWS posed being that they do not leave Into play and after the their rooms or allow anyone to Guards in the hallway night and day see that the rule Is German Car Reaches July German auto mobile In the New York to Paris race has arrived it was greeted with loud cheers by the promenaders as It swept up the boulevards to the finish ing escorted by a large number of Its arrival was not attended by any official Do you believe that man and wo tlmu should have equal rights I used but since Ive been Eharrled I dont dare to sey Cleveland Men make but women make AUGUST 1 Saturday Specials Complete Outfit Base Ball 69c Abe Hesse The Leading Clothier situation in the committee had been explained to declared that he would no longer Interpose any Objec but that Murphys views must be flrst Murphy gave his approval with the at mosphere thus Mack was elected by Fight to Carry New So pleased was Bryan that he gave out a In which he openly announces that the appoint ment is a recognition of the eastern Democracy and that the flght will be made to carry New The state In follows The action of the committee in the selection of said Is very Mack is a mem ber of the oommittee and It has been felt all the time that the chairman should be taken from the committee unless there was some weighty reason for going and no such reason Macks appointment Is a rec ognition of the eastern Democracy and an announcement that we expect to flght for New He is In har mony with our platform and I can say of him personally that he has been a close and trusted friend in my two former One of the strong est argument In his favor Is that he Is a successful business Beginning at the bottom of the ladder he hae builtup a business that amounts to more than a and tbe executive ability that he baa shown in hie work him to the committee tbat made tke et July Jamas age was instantly killed in tbe mine at Rosslter by a all of Several miners narrow ly July the Reformed churches of the Clarion classis in and Clarion counties will hold a reunion at Oak July ington county officers believe they have under arrest the man who rob bed Susan Wlthrow of Maiden about a year ago of July a meeting of tbe committee of arrange ments It was decided to hold the annual reunion of the Fayette county Veterans association here July age is charged in juvenile court with having stolen two Two weeks ago he took two abandoning them In the July Kincaid was instantly killed by com ing In contact with a live wire while making repairs at the Commercial hotel He was fiftyeight years of New July un muzzled dogs on the street will be shot by police in an effort to stamp out the danger from according to orders Issued by Mayor Harry New July twen ty hot mills of the Greene tlnplato plant closed down both for repairs and to allow other depart ments to catch up in their work with the hot July watch ing a baseball game between a team ot marines from the navy yard and a scrub John age was struck on the head by a Hia skull was New July than persons from other places at tended the annual outing here of the employes of the Plttsburg and Lake Brie Athletic and Held sports were July Samuel age a molder at the American Steel Foundries was crushed so badly between a steel casting and a yard crane that he died soon after being taken to the hos Oil July residents of Oil City and vicinity at tended the funeral services In memory of Clyde Morrison of Company Sixteenth national killed by lightning at Camp Thursday was broken at Temploton for a new Methodist Episcopal church The first sod was dug up by the first wheelbarrow was filled by a woman and It was wheeled and dumped by Frank July Sol omon was completely burled by the caving of a sewer trench into the new Methodist but was dug In twenty No bones were broken and his recovery Is although he was unconscious all July playing around the oil well owned by Thomas a few miles east of RETURNS Tu COMMIT MURDER LongAbsent Husband Comes Back and Shoots Wife MAKES ATTEMPT ON DAUGHTER After Having Left Family to Shift For Themselves Sixteen Years Ago Louis Armour Unexpectedly Appears at His Former Home in Toledo and Commits Awful In His Attempt at Suicide and and Citizens of Both Town and Country on Hunt for July be cause after baring been abandoned for sixteen years by his success ful wife wouldnt let him come back into her heart and home Louis Ar ace a former paying murdered the woman aa she stood In her door preparatory to going to tried to kill his daughter and failed in an effort to suicide when his murderous weapon failed to go As With prayerbook in was opening her door she was startled to see her who had left her a month never to at which time he was seen by her for the first time since he forsook his family sixteen years Asking her where she was going he was told to Upon her refus al to allow him tocome back into the home again he whipped out his revolver and tired three shots One struck her back ot the ear and as she turned to run she fell dying to the Her eldest rushed to the door and a bullet was sent crashing in her direc Then the murderer turned the weapon upon himself and tried to sui but it failed to Throw Ing It away he ran down an alley until almost to a when he walked leisurely and when asked by a passing woman what was wrong up the That was the last seen of Hundreds of officers and citizens are on the look out and the city is virtually surround ed by a cordon of officers and while the neighboring country la up In The entire life of Armour Is one of Leaving the family when the children were mere babies and when he was making good money he struck a Igniting gas j disappeared as If swallowed up by the escaping from the The explo earth and until a month ago he was ston fired the derrick and caused thought dead by his relatives and blaze which resulted la a loss ot Where he baa spent his life and how Is not known to anybody July Ameri A month ago he suddenly ap can Rolling Mills company of Zanes peared in Toledo after finding vllle and Middleport started its local that his two daughters were well plant at midnight Sunday with a force married and that his son of 200 men working in eighthour was doing well and that the woman Nearly 100 more men will be employed within a The plant baa been closed since last July Roc age while in was attacked with cramps and went to the He was apparently dead when brought to the Some ot his friends detected a spark of life after an hours Rocco was restored to consciousness and taken to bis July ity for the death of Joseph Justus Byers and James killed during a was placed upon the Edison Electric Light company by a coroners The the verdict was ordered to turn off the current from the wires and failed or refused to do July every minute of the day and night and re fusing the sympathy of his friends William the real estate man who shot accidentally and killed his beat Kdward at a base ball has gone to New York in the hope of burying his trouble In a new Mason has sold out alt bis property here and closed up his July the state pardon board refused hla application for Governor Harris granted a pardon to George Nlnffer of serving a sentence for altering the municipal The trial te most of the city and oHclals nt Springfield and over 5 rtrsns Joliwd In asking for he had forsaken had reared her family and gotten a home of her he tried to ingratiate himself again and wanted to be taken But this the mother and wife refused seeing his Armour lay ing he would never A MODERN Wonderful Memory of an Old Missouri One of the most picturesque of the early lawyers of Missouri was Billy who cume from Virginia In 1820 and opened an ofllce In St He was a man of great abil a classic an orator and a political writer of unusual But be careless about collect Ing and spending money and so lazy tbat physical exertion of any kind was positively painful to He bad a most remarkable as proved by the following Incident Campbell was a represented his dis trict In the state seuute several On one occasion he was lying on a bench In the senate apparent ly when the Democratio mem bers came In to hold a They tempted to arouse but he ap peared so soundly asleep that they de cided to let him The nest day a complete report of the pvoceedlugs of tUe Including a verbatim copy of the resolutions was pub lished In the Louis row and the secretary charged with been bribed to re port the proceedings of the After the excitement died down some what Campbell admitted that lie been awake all tbe time au4 tbat be had done the reportorlal work entirely from OUy   

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