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Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - July 28, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania ESTABLISHED THOVENING JULY SESSIONS BEGIN AMID CHEERING Independence Party Delegates In Big Demonstration Hearst made Els address as tempo rary chairman of the Following Hearsfa speech Mr James ONell of Rhode Island presented to the temi union label Another gavel was presented by Bush of New It waa announced that all the com mittees would meet Immediately after the ajournment of the convention Thre are no contests for seats and the business before all the I with the exception of that OB resolu HEARST IS 6IVEN AN mil I New National Party la Launched Before Large and Enthusiastic of Hisses When Spectator In Balcony Cries Out for Hearst as Temporary Chairman Is Presented With Gavel on Which la Union Contests for Seats as July loud and enthusiastic cheering and with Its Big Shoe on Way to New July the Union railway station there arrived on a Southern Pacific train a large shoo to Bm The which is about a M In is reported to have come all the way from San Francisco and to have been started on Its Journey b railroad It will be sent ou of here tied on the rear of an 111 nols Central passenger train as soon as the employes of that road at th members showing every sign of loyI Union station frame up a message to to their new standard of political faith the first national convention of the Independence party was opened last night in Orchestra The main floor of the In which the Republican On its trip from San Francisco the shoe has beea adorned with several hundred cards by railroad employes at various sta Some of the greetings to Mr Tatt are some are opponents v t I fUMjjjiiiuoumfy soato art have been held some of the largest Ironical and some are intended to be of the was nlled by They are frota both friends and the There were no The galleries were overcrowd fld with a throng which entered hear tily Into the spirit of the proceedings and throughout the session applauded The arrival of Hearst started a delirious The edi clad In a frock but looking cool despite the bowed right and left as he walked up the center aisle and ascndod the After remaining en the rostrum for about three minutes In consultation with the secretary of the convention he de scended into the body of the tak ing a seat with the New York delega His action was a signal for re newed cheering and the shouting Immediate Auto and Express Glen July per ins arc dead and two seriously in jured as the result of a collision here between an automobile and the mil lionaires express of the Loag Island a train that carries many wealthy New Yorkers to their summer homes on Long Miss Leigh a New York girl of social who was a passenger In the died a few minutes after the and Charles the died shortly FORAKER CASE PUZZLING Republicans In a Quandary Whether to Have Him Speak or Not July Important events politically resulted from meet and conferences incident to the notification day William Taft addressed a join meeting of the Ohio state central and executive Identifying himself closely with the state cam palgn and making It plain that what ever had been done by Arthur I Vorys and other state leaders had been approved by Just what Is to be the status of Senator Poraker at the opening ol the campaign at Youngstown oa Sep tember 6 is to be decided by a special committee of the state executive com It was stated that the com mittee would consider Senator Fora ker In three aspects Whether to in vite the senator to speak uncondi to Invite him on condition that he indicate In advance the posi tion he Is to take or not to Invite No prediction could be obtained as to which of these courses will be pur sued or as to the probable report the committee will FORMAL WORDS ARESPOKEN raft Notified of Nomination by Republicans CINCINNATI HONORS THE JUDGE 2 CENTS PBR Judge Wllfley July WIMey Judge of the United States circuit court in returned here and opened the American He given a most cordial reception b Americans and residents of other na An effort was made re cently to secure the impeachment of Judge Wllfley on charges of improper but was unsuccessful A CASE IN ly started on a parade around the chanting continuously the name of the New York Two enthusiastic delegates from California waved a white the name of their until they snapped the allowing the head of the pole and the flag to fall on the press ta It was past the scheduled time when the temporary sergeantatarms rapped for order and asked the dele to vacate the Milton Howard of Alabama took the gavel and Introduced Charles Walsh of secretary of the provisional na tlonal who read the call for the This document declared the purpose of the gathering to be the foundation of an Independent party and the nomi Cation of candidates for president and floe The reading was In Corrupted by cries of and one man in the balcony cried Bry A storm of hisses that followe was stilled by Father OCallahan of Chicago d Uvered the Howard U the conclusion of the invocation mnounced the names of the tempo Vry officers of the HI entlon of the name of Hears received with an outburst of ap and Hearst when h ted the rostrum was uproariously The band struck up The Banner and the con rose en cheerini When njiletwas restored Mr Deweya Chief Gunner New July to death in a manhole was the fate of James who is said to have been Admiral Deweys chief gunner on the Olympia when the flagship opened the light In Manila OConnell was lying on his back making repairs to j the channel rail under the trolley tracks on Sixth After he had descended to his work with a handful of bolts he was heard to cry as If in distress and was dead when a fellow workman reached His body was badly seared by Why the PovtmatUr Leaned Toward the There Is a town In northern New lampsblre wfcere the familieshav termarried to such an extant that It is difficult for an outsider to the least criticism on one person without the danger of offending some his family When an nate visitor commented on this fact to the Cor Elaborate Program Prepared by Cltl zeni of the Queen City to Show Their Respect for Its First Firing of Martial Music and Fireworks Go to Make Up a Gala la Prenented by City to Charles Brother of the Nominee for July Clncln natl is doing honor to its tllustriou Judge William Howard Taft n his notification of the nomination by the Republican party to the htghes office in the of the United A general holiday Is being observed and the streets are bright with color tonight they will shine with the bright ness of many Thousands of excursionists are in the city making At 7 oclock this morning the city was aroused by heavy discharges of which ushered in the days fired from Salutes of twenty guns four JulJ B lact emboideries on fine goods tliat ehould Vet womens atten Four IV ag examples of do to Fifty 75C fine Ecru jVenise Insertions inch a Fifty Ecru Silk Pilet y2 inches a ya Twenty fli patterns fine Embroid ered lAllovers U a fine ery solid combinati a yari BOQQS EH NORTH CAUGHT IN GIRL LOSES HER LIFE She Falls Into Hole Containing Treacherous Sand New July in quick sands in a Into which she had fallen In her back Angelina an Italian girl living on Coney Island lost her life after a long battle In the treacherous in which she was aided by three One of the patrol Oscar was taken to the hospital suffering from exhaustion induced by fighting the sinking aond to save the who died shortly after being drawn from the The girl was hanging clothes in the back yard making a fell Into a hole about twelve feet in depth contained about flve feet of Rothman heard the girl scream thats our corn no longer ago than last said You It took him moren a fort Nate got he woe a little matter o selling bard nnd he went on a round o visits among his nephews inlaw and I dont know what tWflflnf fill twasnt till hed hod his fun and went Hack home to hla wife that Bill could make the arrest without seeming to kind o butt as you might and spoil the I should think he would make a queer kind of said the waiting all that time for sentimental reasons and then arresting a man when he went home Just because his poor wife wasnt a relation Corbln drew himself up and as turned a remote Thats as you look at he said In a chilly I may be a mite preju diced in Bills aa he married my soninlaws youngest Anything that concerns him concerns you JHI8TATE NEWS IN BRIEF Cambridge July The flve cars with perfect scores la the tour for the Hower trophy ar rived at Cambridge Springs from Buf falo without mishap and atill with per fect July Federal Harris Manufacturing pro ducers of wood have fllad deed of assignment in the insolv ency July thou sand dollars for a kiss fs the price defined as damages to her wounded eellngs and humiliated pride by Evallne Slack in a suit she against Joseph July by his wifes dream that a burglar was In the William Weber found an gave chase in hla pajamas and was stubbed three The burglar was July tank ing ballona of It lifted tho residence of John Bowman several inches off the foundations and flooded street railway July the eightyearold son of Attorney Joseph Stadfeld of had an arm painfully crushed at Conneaut lake while he was riding In a It was THE MINISTRY Gee Preaches Stinging lire well July will not ac cw any creed to bind my faith the Heoms to be tift measure of the In he With these words as part of a sting I ij sermon against the present day and creeds the Arthur a Philadelphia pastor of ths Arlington street Baptist parnianently retired from the minis He came here last fall from Sis and niled the pulpit but chafed under the restrictions of church government and In his farewell ser mon he said The churches are rated according to their spaclal standing and number of members there Is too much of a commercial feeling In Church ianlty is taking the place of Christ i wont accept any creed to bind my I want liberty to SEND CRUISER TO VENEZUELA Dutch Will Protect Interests In Castros Country ANXIETY FELT IN WASHINGTON cannot have these as an ordained minister I am going to Many ministers will not ac cept a low salaried church and the amount of salary paid is the measure of the Most of the ministers of the day are ouf for the cuaght between theboat and a July steam Colonel Vmu still Very July con dition of Colonel William at Captain Stadler ind crew were compelled to Jump into he river and swim to shore for their An exploding lamp caused the July employed at the Pennsyl vania steel was hurled eight een feet by the water from a bursting Ipe at a blast furnace at Its right knee and several ribs were July asleep on the tracks of the and rail road resulted fatally for Thomas age of near Car A coal train crushed both legs and he died in the Ohio Valley hos pital at McKeea July Dinwiddie legislat which and leaped into the The sand slowly gave way under their feet and trying to secure a grasp upon the sldea of the well brought down upon the struggling pair a slide of mud and Rothman and the girl were nearly engulfed when two other policemen heard a despairing shout ind ran Into the Ropes were lowered and the girl and policeman brought to the CONQUERORS SENATOR WARNER NOTIFTIHa TAFT OF HIS Mount Mount Lookout and Fairview a t welcome to Cincinnatis first At 8 oclock bands stationed In the parks and at prominent corners commenced their The Prince Witnesses Curious July Prince of Wales witnessed the curious spec acle of hundreds of many of them on crowding tho shrine at Anne de the American seeking relief from heir The enthusiasm of he pilgrims was at its height In the celebration of Annes and tacks of crutches and surgical appli ances thrown aside by the pilgrims were pointed out to the Fate of Caesar and It Is a remarkable and instructive fact that the careers of four of the most renowned characters that ever lived closed with mournful after looking down from the dizzy heights of his ambition npon a conquered world and weeping that there were no more to died of intoxication in a scene of debauch as some by poison mingled In his whose name carried terror to tfre heart of Rome after hav ing crossed the Alps and put to flight the armlwa of the mistress of the was driven from his country and died at last of poison administered by his own uands In a foreign nnla mented and unwept the conqueror of 800 cities and his temples bound with chaplets dipped In tho blood of a million of his was miserably assassinated by those he considered his nearest whose mandate kings and emperors after filling the earth the terror of bis closed his days in lonely banishment upon a bar reu rock Jn the midst of the Atlantic Such the four men who may be con sidered representatives of all whom the world calls great aud such their intoxication or mur dered by lonely AUGUST 1 Saturday Specials Complete Outfit Base Ball 69c Abe Hesse The Leading Clothier melodies and will keep them up al A very pretty ceremony was the presentation of a flag by the city o Cincinnati to Charles brother of the presidential nominee which was unfurled at Tafts resi dence on Pike The ceremony which took place at consisted of presentation and raising of more singing and then At 11 oclock the notification com mittee was escorted from Motel Sin ton to the Taft where an informal reception was held by Judge on a temporary plat form built for the the nomi nee heard the formal annpuncement by Chairman Warner of the notifica tion committee that he is the Repub licans choice for president and com menced his long speech of At marching clubs will pass in review and then a public re ception will be This will be fol lowed by a luncheon to the notifica tion given by Charles After luncheon the visiting com mittee will be taken In automobiles over the city and the object ive point being the Country where there will be a dinner and a At 5 oclock several thousand balloons will be sent and at 8 oclock there will be an Immense dis play of fireworks from the river bridges and craft In the The public landing will be roped off for the while his personal party and the notification committee will view the fireworks from the Island after the will take the distinguished guests up and down the This will conclude the invitation to conduct a parliamentary campaign in England for local option after the American New July The Democrats of the First West Vir ginia district have nominated for congress Robinson of Wetzel county without John OBrien of Wheeling was nominat ed for presidential July Howell of was crushed to death near He was a brakeman on the Qreenbriar divis ion of the Chesapeake and Ohio rail road and was caught between the tender of the engine and a July stir ring the melted sugar in a huge va at the Spreckles refinery Albert Kas ensky lost his balance and fell into the hot He was com pletely covered with a coating o crystalized He will July he knelt in prayer at the Evangelical Lutheran church Captain Andrew a Clvl war suddenly died and top pled He organized Company H of the Seventyninth Ohio and servec a long time in Andersonvllle July Canton board of trade is at work on plans for the observance of old home week dur ing the centennial of Stftrk county In It Is the intention of the board to secure national speakers and make the centennial one long to be re membered in July national baseball commission has it did last a list of all major league players who have been sold to minor league clubs under agreements submitted to aud approved by the containing options held the various major league clubs to repurchase such players on July an explo sion of paint and naptha in the plant of the Northeastern Expanded Metal company Alolse Krollevich was burned o a crisp and Michael Dettner and Doyle were badly Krol evlch is thought to have caught his eet In a where he was held n a vise until the flames roasted Pelntad With A bachelor rector of a western church was alone In his study when nu housekeeper brought him the card of one of his a iptnater of means and When the lady was seated on the op posite side of his study table the rector looked at her expecting to hear aomethlng concerning pajrteb In which she was To his surprise an embarrassed silence en during which he vainly sought for something to began the lady at lost in faltering do you can you fancy conditions under which a woman Justified in proposing said the after She was right Mid the Claim They Have Pouch Kansas July office officials claim to have obtained positive proof that Charles the negro arrested here charged with having stolen a mall pouch containing from the Tlnion station three weeks ago Is the man Inspector dur ing a severe sweating of the obtained evidence which It is be lieved will lead to the finding of the greater part of the July hours after his wife gave birth to a child Follabaom drank poison and No reasons are given for the His brother committed suicide several years Typhoon Causes July typhoon Hongkong causing unusually high seas to A number of Chi neae were No damage to any European vessel is The property loss on shore U very July stable John Pyle of Coal Center has arrested John Walso on suspicion of being the man who robbed Susan Wuhrow of a year Wllhrow hud the rapney in a bank at Coal Center1 fearing the bank might withdrew It and started for home with the cash In a She wus attacked and July peni tent by a recital of the Blblo story of the prodigal which he beard for the first time at an meet ing on the city hall John Wps a private detective who tor five years waa connected wtth the olty hall staff under Captain has professed conversion and for the first time in his life la going to join A MUFF Surprise of a Man Who Thought It Had to Da With A man who saw on a sign the words muff beds and imagined that a muff bed must be something to sleep a brother or cousin or other more or less distant relative of the sleeping such as1 explorers carry with found upon Inquiry that bis Im agination had carried him very far from the truth that the muff bed Is In fact not a bed at but Is the trade name for the inner part of a the body of the the part you put your hands The muff bed consists of a double walled bag made In cylindrical or oth er according to the style of and then stuffed with the quality and quantity of the down de pending on the character of the The making of muff beds is a bust ness by Some of them are sold to the furriers in the simplest Just the bed or bag stuffed with the furrier putting in the silk or satin lining when be puts on the Oth are made with the silk or satin In ner lining to be finished up when the fur Is pat There is at least one concern In New York that makes a specialty of muff beds and iurns out many thousands of them an York Wanted a In a rural community in one of the middle states dwelt a man who made i vow in 1850 that he would wear his mlr and beard untrlinmed until John Fremont should bo elected president of the United He kept that vow for forty nt the end of vbich time he bud nearly a half bushel of balr on his head and coming to the toward which his mind had beeu gradually working for n loug that General Fremonts death in the Interval had practically absolved him from his Le decided to hare Ills hair cut and Ills benrd shaved off Ou uls next visit to the county sent he went to a barber shop nnd was soon relieved of the hir sute burdtra bo had carried for four How much lie Have to charge you half a for that said the looking at the muss that lay on the Half a dollar he Dont I get auytulug for the hair Fear That the Holland Government May Contemplate Taking Further Steps Than Merely the Protec tion of Dutch European Countries Interested and Are Watching Eventa With Much Officers Looking Up Data aa to Strength of Island of July seriousnature of the attut tion that has arisen between the Netherlands and Venezuela has been emphasised by the Issuance of orders to the Dutch cruiser Qelderland to proceed at once to Veneiuela to pro tect Dutch Interests The Qeld erland arrived here with De the Netherlands minister resi dent at on who waa dismissed from Venezuela by Presi dent It waa only a few hours after the cruisers arrival that the orders for aa immediate return to Venezuela were The departure of the Senor has resulted la a cessation of the rloU which grow ut of the antiVenezuelan The city la now calm and the which were patrollng have been Curiosity In July curiosity exists in Washington as to whether the Dutch la dispatching the cruiser Gelderland to Venezuela contemplates any further step than merely the protection of Dutch Interests In that This Is rather an elastic term and may be called upon to cover a wide latitude of It is possible that the Netherlands Inview of the antiVenezuelan dem tears re y Venezuelans on Hollanders to have available a warshipin of i K Is pointed out here that if Ko taking measures there are several as well as Amer first be con been paying some time baa her foreign the reiallments on nitration arranged several ar by American Minister the allied powers of Europe the prlincipal ports Venezuela and threatened to take more forceful measures because of President Caa tros refusal to meet his The countries parties to the arbitra tion naturally would want something to say if steps are to be taken by Holland that would stop the monthly Installments now being paid by Vene Studying Data on Naval The newspaper report that Holland had sent the cruiser Qelderland to Venezuela started the naval officers to looking up data with a view to as certaining Venezuelas naval for the purposes of comparison In the event that the tangle comes to a com plete rupture between the two gov On paper Venezuelas naval strength looks quite formidable in the number of but their tonnage does not approximate that of the SMALL SHIPPER BENEFITS Important Decision Given by the Inter state Commerce July to a decision by the interstate commerce commission shippers may combine small quantities of freight of various either by arrangement among themselves or through the me dium of a forwarding and ship the combined lots at the rela tively lower rates applicable to largo The commission decides in favor of the smaller shippers upon the ground that the ownership of proper ty delivered for shipment cannot be made a test as to the applicability of a carriers The Interstate com merce law forbids discrimination be tween shippers and the fact that one shipper tenders a bulked shipment made up of property of various owner ship consolidated before delivery to the carrier will not Justify the carrier in making a dttferent charge than for ashipment of similar character dered by a shipper who Is also the This decision was made by Com missioner baaed on a complaint by the California Commercial associ ation Fargo The express Company refused to apply Its qtumtly rates to shipments which of u combination of package various ownership tendered at oqe nnd one place by single COB PIH consigned to a single under one bill ot
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