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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - July 29, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING ESTABLISHED JUliY 2 CENTS PER TURKS DEMAND CLEAN SWEEP M a Constitution They Want LMore Reforms PERSONAL RULE DAYS GONE Weeding Out of Corrupt and Incompe tent Officials Who Swarm the Sul tans Palace Will Be a Stupendous Man of Europe Wept When Compelled to Kneel to Are Active In Bringing About the NnW July that the first rejoicings over the constitu tion granted to Turkey by the sultan last week are at an end the people are beginning to discuss the Already they are clamoring against the high officials who were responsi ble for the abuses and injustices ot the old Public opinion is de manding a clean especially ot the palace who are identified with the days of personal The task of weeding out the corrupt and the incompetent would be The it is now broker Into tears at the conference of Thurs at which it was decided to grant a The situation is calm er since the order for the release of political offenders was but disturbances are still feared at The Young Turks in Constantinople imposed the new con stitution upon a number of high of making under swear to support Only once has the sultan been In duced to show himself to the large gatherings of demonstrators in front of the On this after cheering that had lasted for Md in response to incessant shouts of Long live our his maj esty appeared at an open window and Mefly thanked the In con erwlon he said Insomuch as I have since my ascension to the for the salvation and the pros verity of the God la now mr witness that my greatest object Is the salvation and prosperity of my who ore to me as my own the presence of the Sheik TJI the head ot the hierarchy in the sultan took the oath of to the constitution on the the oath subsequently being ragisterel at the offices of the Sheik Ul This solemn ceremony tends to reassure the public As the resut of a long meeting ot the aouncll of ministers Hamdy who was recently appointed minister ot the has been Mehmed Abl has beet appointed governor ot Pera and otbjr changes are contem Hamly Beys removal had teen dsmandm by the It Is reported thatlzzet secretary to the whose dismissal also was las fled to Upton Entertains July Thomai Mp ton entertained a party of them many on hlsrteam yacht The party left for trip around the Isle of A WILD When July B B remnant day Day after tomorrow July For over a third of century this store has Rem nant Day twice each with ever increasing magnitudes the wonderful price slaughtered the sale has become Two days again be Remnant Dathe crowning event of 1908 Srjng and Summer merchandising The day will bear up its tec ord of surpassing previous nant as there will be nrc foods offered and at lowest fcd nk Prices the store ever All classes and kinds of goos of Yard GoodsV surplus and hurt goods i all departments ot the matter what kind or how all marked at Red Ink that will pay and pay for Make plans to tire day at the after tomorrow more dollars than you one days BOQQ8 A NORTH the Flrtt Peny Nearing Cornelius exsenator from Cali tells in his memoirs how the first pony express reached Sacra long before the first trans continental railroad was surveyed Those who there to witness it will never forget the arrival of the first ot these express messengers at It was an occasion of great and big and old and turned out to see tho All business for the time was Even the courts ad journed for the event A large num ber of the citizens of all grave and mounted on fast rode out some miles on the line to meet the incoming The waiting was not The lit tle rider upon his blooded un der whip and came down upon them like a but made not the slightest halt to greet his many visit Then began a race of all that waiting throng over the stretch back to the the like of which has never been It may have been rivaled In speed and contusion by some of the cavalry disasters during the war that presently but the peaceful people of I am never beheld anything of the kind before or The whole ohoutlng and some waving banners and riding at the top of their dashing down J might have been had it occurred on the for a band ot wild Co but the little mall carrier paid no attention to them and kept in the A ROMANCE IN Mane Fortune From the Price of Pair of Some years ago a man who had in business In Tasmania found that he could not meet his engage ments and was compelled to call a meeting of his Among his assets were a number of Mount Blrschoff tin mine were regarded as It was the first tin mine discovered In and the output was not heavy as the prospectus declared It would The shares dropped In and when the debtor offered them to his creditors the latter refuged to touch Among the creditors a poor who had supplied the man with a pair of He offered to take the shares In payment of his debt No one raised any and he took the They may tarn out well some Five years under proper man the mine developed Into a i CARNEGIE8 IN SMASHUP Their Auto In Collision and Thrown July drew wife and had a miraculous escape from Injury In the wrecking of their touring which was in collision with another The three were badly shaken up and suffered bruises and For a time It was thought the Injur ies of Carnegie might prove seri ous and medical aid was Word from SWbo Castle how reported her resting comfort The Ctomegies were riding over the mountain At a turn In the road their machine collided with an other big The Impact was of such violence as to throw the occu pants of both cars into the Both machines were badly Running From Toronto to New July a long distance has started in an attempt to make a record run from here to New He is running under the auspices of the and carries a letter from the mayor of Toronto to the mayor of New McAughey cal to reach New York by Wants to Shake Hinds With Oyster July dent in message which he sent to the American commission er of the Olympic games In expressed a desire to shake taada with every one of the men whose feats placed the flag of the United States tho head of the colors of the na tions in the athletic A BROKEN The Way a Queen Saved an Old From A charming story Is told of the for mer queen regent of the moth er of Queen The old king had bought a fine sarvlce of porcelain for tho use of the royal fami and be gave orders that any serv ant who should break any piece of It should be punished by being instantly One day a man who had been many years in the royal home hold confessed to the young queen that he bad broken one ot these Sevres Queen Emma spoke comfort ingly to him and suggested that he should mend the said tha would be for the king would surely notice the Nev ertheless the queen told him to mend the cup as neatly as possible and to be sure to give it to her that afternoon at tea when the king would be pres ent Teatime and the from the mended the valuable It was a veritable BUdaenly rose and lot it fall to mountain of and the shares sprang floor It wttg to up to an astonishing point Eventually the metal was cornered by a French the shares Think of me as one of the most awkward of your majestys she said I have broken one reaching a fabulous the once of your precious Sevres lou must Indigent shoemaker sold out and real ized a The money was wisely and now lie is in the enjoyment of an In come of several thousands a year de rived from the payment for a pair of shoes valued at Abiolute There is a member of the faculty of a certain university to use the words of a is as rotund physically as ho is profound metaphys One day the professor chanced to come upon his of whom he has a all of whom to his engaged in an earnest discussion of the the word queried one of the can a man bo absolutely good replied the put in another can a man be absolutely bad ventured the third a can a man be absolutely Tat Whereupon father fled Are New July men tMve been Indicted by the Kings coun ty grand jury on charges of violating the antigambling laws at the race Those Indicted include some of the most prominent men who for merly occupied stools in the betting Predicted Death for New July ter Farmer of post quartermaster sergeaut at Fort Slo shot and killed himself at his home Worry over bis wifes health the only known reason for the Farmer is said to predicted he would die in dismiss me at I dont deserve to be retained in your The arbi trary old king was highly amused at her demure manner and considered the matter a good He never knew the true story of the broken Chen and The origin of chess is shrouded In There is little how that its birthplace was in India and that it is an offspring of a game called which is mentioned ill oriental literature as in use fully 200 years before the Christian From India chess spread into Persia and thence Into and ultimately the Arabs took It into Spain and the rest of western The game was in all probability Invented for the purpose of illustrating the art of The Arab legend upon this point is that It was devised for the instruction of a young despot by his a learned to teach him that a king notwithstanding his power was depend ent for safety upon his The Greek historians credit the invention of the game to they devised it to beguile the tedium of the siege of Troy during the Trojan Tourist Has Narrow July von Rosenberg of a tourUt in the Canadian had a mir aculous escape from death near Banff climbing Mount He stepped on some projecting snow near the summit and his weight cavied the bank to give way and he was carried down with it forty Fortunately there was u small cliff under which be was carried and there he Mmalnad in safety while tons ot snow and ice rumbled over him on a mod rush to the AUGUST 1 Saturday Specials Complete Outfit Base Ball 69c Abe Hesse The Leading Clothier 1HOMAS HISGEN NAMED BY CONVENTION Is Nominated for President by Independence Party GRAVES FOR VICE PRESIDENT Kinui Who on Putting Name Before le Nearly Mobbed by Infuriated De That No Injunction Should Uutil After a of a Central Governmental Bank Aleo Graduated Income July His gen of Massachusetts was nominated by the Independence party at Its con vention here last night for president of the United John Temple Graves of Georgia had a strong fol lowing and was a close second on the first two third ballot the jjet steadily toward and it was soon evident that his nomination was Virginia broke from Graves and placed His gen within a few votes of Then camo Washington ten votes for Hisieu and he was There was a scramble for the band Missouri was the first to dis cern in what direction it was headed and swung ita vote for Geor gia changed from Graves to Hisgen and then they came too rapidly to The third ballot resulted 881 38 7 A roar of applause followed the announcement of the ballot and a mo tion making the nomination unani mous was adopted with a The usual parade of standards around the hall then commenced while the band played patriotic Chairman Walsh appointed as mem bers of the escorting committee Graves and who had just been competitors of the Massachusetts Shearn of New York presented the name of John Temple Graves for vice asking that it be given the unanimous vote of the Indianas Charles was nominated by Ballard of The next candidate to ap pear was Steven Charters of His sponsor was John Kel ly of that Graves was nomi nated on the first The currency plank in the platform caused much discussion early ia the many delegates refusing to support the central government bank Idea It was finally passed amid great Gentlemen of the said Chairman Walsh on calling the con vention to the next thing on the program is the presentation of candidates for the nomination for president of the United The secretary will call the The coll proceeded until Califor nia was reached and tho announce ment was made that the state yielded to Alabama Nominates Has Alabama been called de manded a delegate from that It replied Secretary De Alabama has a declared the The clerk then recom menced the rollcall and Fealay of Alabama took the rostrum to place In nomination Milford Howard of Fort As Fealey proceeded some of the del egates in the rear of the hall became reitlMs and interrupted him with ap plottue of a sarcastic resumption of the call of the roll brought no response from Ar but California yielded to Massachusetts and Roland Sawyer of the latter state nominated Thomas The call proceeded until Georgia waa reached and Bernard Sutler of Atlanta presented the name of John Temple Butler declared that the present was the best tine in forty to break up the De the defeat oT the Bemocrfile wlfeteh he ohMaeUrited as a organization which obstructs the de velopment of the The rotlcall then progressed until Kansas was Sheparm of that state asked the chairman If it was possible to vole for any candi date for the nomination who was not a member of the He mentioned the Candidate of the Democratic and a storm of hisses and boos greeted the He had spoken but a few minutes when the delegates broke in upon Charles Mitchell of Illinois offered a point of saying It was evident that the speaker was about to put in nonv nation a man who was not a member of the Independence He there fore asked that the convention pro ceed to name a candidate of its A scene of riot several delegates attempting to reach the rostrum for the purpose of offering physical violence to the Mitchell persisted In asking If Shop ard Intended to nominate a man not a member of the Independence Of course I dont want to deceive said I if I am allowed to to nominate William The hall broke into a wild a dozen delegates again madly strug gling In the main aisle In an attempt to reach Canes and were shaken at him while howls of execration went up from all sides of the Shepard Ruled Out of Quiet was a long time but when It arrived Chairman Walsh ruled that inasmuch as Shepard had at tempted to nominate a man who was not a member of the Independence party he was out of A frantic yell of approval went up from the Shepard instantly started to leave the platform and a crowd of dele all of them in an ugly closed and for a minute of two Shepard was In actual John a delegate from the Twenty fifth assembly district of New York struck viciously at Shepardfl head with a cane and If the blow had not been Intercepted might seriously have injured Dalley was shoved down a seat escorted by the Shepard was taken to the door and told to leave the He lost no time in obeying the After been restored the call of states Mainland seconded the nomination of John Tem ple Graven and Massachusetts yielded to which seconded the nom ination of of Michigan also seconded Hearst Placed In When Ohio was called the name of William Randolph Hearst was for the first time mentioned as a candi date by Otte of Only a ripple of applause followed the speech of it being generally understood that Hearst did not desire the through Samuel second ed Rhode Island seconded the nomination of So did Utah and South Carolina seconded as also did The speeches closed with seconds for Hisgen by Washington and Wyoming snd for Graves by the District of Co What Party Stands Important planks in the Indepen dence party platform follow Creation of a central governmental through which the currency should pass to the Direct nominations by the the initiative and referendum and the right of Severe and effective legislation against all forms of corrupt practices at elections and the prohibition of the use of money at elections except for llteratmre and necessary traveling expenses of candidates is Overcapitalization of industrial en terprises is The arbitrary use of the writ of in junction in contempt proceedings is condemned as a violation of the right of trial by It is declared that no Injunction should issue until after a trial upon the merits and that such trial should be had before a jury and that no person should be deprived of liberty In contempt proceedings with out trial by The enactment of a law prohibiting the blacklisting of employes is favor as is the passing of an employers liability Child labor is denounced and pro hibition A demand is made for a gradual re duction of tariff duties with Just con sideration for the rights of the public and established The government ownership of all public including railroads and is The creation of a postal Borings bank is Other Important planks declare for a larger Indorse the inland deep waterways advocate the pop ular election of by the peo favor a graduated Income an exclusion act against Asiatic immi and creation of an interstate commerce July an entire day Charles forty worried became he dreumefi he saw bis face in a lu the mom ing his wife found him dead of heart HPSTATE NEWS IN BRIEF 111 July a was hit OR the Adams ippa with a pitched ball and hla In may prove July contrlbu box of Josephs Catholic church a was robbed of about Tte vandal left thirtyfive July Phil aiU phia spring primary almost Me last of the primary bills tor this to be acted has been U amounted to July Charles Coffman of this city boa been nominated for state senator at the Republican of the Twelfth senatorial July lifeless body of Adams age seventy patient at the State hospital from Plckaway was found sus pended to a bedpost by a July Gamble was sentenced to the peni tentiary for three years for hav ing been convicted of setting fire to his grist mill at Zanesfleld for the July German American alliance at a meeting here decided not to accept contributions from any sources The resolution heads oft aspirants for po litical Lock July City hospital of this city has been de stroyed by There were thirty pa tients in tho institution and all were removed without harm as soon as the flames were July age principal ot the Weststde public dropped dead while attending the first session ot the Mer oar county teachers institute at the CBautauqua auditorium July General Stewarts department has completed the great task of auditing all payrolls and Issuing the warrants for tha payment of the national guardsmen camp at the an thracite coal trade is improving was shown when orders were posted at the colleries of the Reading Coal and Iron company directing that the mines work five days this week instead ot i July an nual reception to the Order of Slaters of Christian Charity was hold here with impressive ceremonies in the Mollinckrodt Twentyone priests from various ports of the state July terrific downpour of rain deluged Vinton transforming the creeks into raging Th e Hocking Valley railroad lost a bridge and 600 feet ot A county bridge was swept upon a railroad July to the failure of money appropriated for re pair work in July in different shops of the Pennsylvania railroad the shops have been compelled to slow some to close and they will remain closed until July of Peter ot father and died on the same night at their re spective They were born on the same day and date of the month with fifty years separating their July Hilderhof called at the probate court room with his wife and authorized her to file an Insanity charge against him and was committed to the asy lum on his own Hilderhof is subject to attacks of July Sen dak shot and instantly killed his wife and then ended his own life with a bullet from the same Sen dak earlier in the day attempted to kill his three but they man aged to escape by locking themselves in a July fortysec ond national encampment of the will be held in this city from Mon to The parade will take place on Wednes The line of march is over two parallel one block apart and a mile July secretarytreasurer of the defunct Farmers and Merchants Banking who himself to the police on the charge of embeizllng the funds of the was granted a continuance until 26 la police He was released on a bond of July myste rious disappearance of from the Tradesmans National bank of tbls city within the last few days was admitted by Vice President He says the bank will not as all its employes are Whether or not it was mistake In tlie books he would not July former city clerh nnddis trict attorney of Franklin conv inlttecl suicide while In bed at his home by He had been in til health and is sld to have wor Tled because of entanglements which hindered the settlement of several eg tales for which he was MOTHER HAS A NEW THEORY Drew Says Haze Was Then Murdered PROSECUTOR TO INVESIME Sorrowing Parent Sure Her Daufh tar Did Not Commit Be lieves Some WilltoDo Strange Influence Over Qlrl and After Killing Her Carried the Body In an Automobile to Point Where 4t Wat Later to Be Carefully July gltl Ha zel was hypnotized and then nur declared John of the girl whose corpse was found two ago on the bank of Teal pond ia aa Interview with Associated Press There was a pitiful traitor In the womaas Hp and she furtrvely wiped away a tear u she made the Drew said that errer since Ha eels sudden and mysterious death had been revolving ta her mind every possible motive of clue that might lead to eolation of the Ive thought this matter continued aid I am sure Haiel not commit Why should she was happy and had everything she If anything had been wrong she would have cone to She always did and I ewe her every thing she whether it was money or anything I dont believe It Haiel that Frank Smith or those other people saw on the Taberton road that night walking She was taken out there in an automobile or a carriage by maybe from I believe U was someone who was welltodo and who had Ha ul In bin control and she did what ever he asked He took her out there while she was under his Influ ence and murdered Nothing could change Drews belief in this new theory of the rays terloua Asked If she had any In mind who might have ex erted a hypnotic influence over her daughter Drew slowly shook her The district attorney was noti fied of Drews statement and promised to investigate It Milwaukee Gets Urgent July armored cruiser Milwaukee of the Pacific which arrived here from Puget Sound on July is understood to have received urgent orders from Wash ington to proceed to Hon The Milwaukee is now coal ing and it is expected she will tall soon as that is Plane Making for Big Laval July for another great battle in the courts with representatives of the Standard OH company will be worked out here in the Berkshire hills within the next few Under the direction of At torney General Bonaparte the move will be made Bona parte will be Joined by Frank Kel logg of HUNDREDS WITNESS BURNING AT STAKE Negro Boy Meets Terribte Deitt at Hands of Mob July Tad a negro eighteen years charged with criminal assault on Miss Viola Delancey at Hunt was captured by He was taken before the young woman and The prisoner was then hurried to the Greenville Before arriving a mob of over powered the took the prisoner and prepared to hang This Idea was given acd the mob agreed to burn him at the Fagots were piled up In the pubtto square at Greenville and the negro was placed on Kerosene oH was poured on and a match Smith slowly burned to Uettti while hundreds of persons looked for Heavyweight Fight July Jt is that was pledged at a meet ing held here between Tex Riokard and a number of prominent men to secure a fight between Jack Johnson and Tommy heavyweight pugi on Thanksgiving Central Pacific of tha CooUdge from the Central Paoilo S2 in payment 1U and note afid of its total to under the i Tnt of   

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