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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - July 19, 1916, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                rn VOL NO 2S6 INDIANA PENNSYLVANIA WEDNESDAY JULY PROHIBITION CONVENTION OPENS AMID ENTHUSIASM AT ST PAUL WITH A NUMBER OF DELEGATES MISSING Two Paramount Questions Promised to Make the Sessions Lively That of Electing a National Ticket which Has Developedsome 1 1th Hour Competition and the Proposition of Changing the Partys Name in the Hope of Attracting Reform Stragglers from all Parties A WOMAN NAMED FOR VICEPRESIDENT International NOWB Service ST PAUL many of the accredited delegat es niifesitvg thr Prohibition National Convention formally got under way here today in the most inomenlous meeting in the life of the party Two paramount questions promis ed to make thesession lively They are the cbction of a National ticket which has developed some IIth hour eomipctilion and the proposiitiVm of Chaniging the partys iTiime in the hope of attracting to it reform strag glers from all parties ft socimd certain today that either Wiilliaiin former governor of New York or ExGov Manly of In diiana will head the National ticket thiis fall Working against their booiinis hownvor is agitation begun by National Treasurer II P Fanis of Missouri for a mixed ticket a man for Presidential c and da to and a woman for Vice President The tnckct proposed by Farls is Dr Ira Landrilh of Nashvillo and MIFS Manic C Brehm of Chicago Never in the history of the party said Faris has a candidate been se lected from below the Mason and Dixon line Dr Landfith could nvcip the south for us By putting Miss Brehm on the ticket we would be MSKurcd a largo part of the four mil lion votes which arc cunlrolled by the Womens paity It is a chance of H life say this is their year the gniatcist million in the world has barried strong drink forever Almoirl all of laniadU is prohibiitiidun ground Antiliqinor laws moving fast to turn whille the remaining black tcniltinry on th map of the United Stairs loan naitioiial i not far on in the opinion jf the vet eran Iciaders party to day They see the cause for which have fought many dccaikw fin ally near victory Virgil G ixuti chair mian called Ihv cnnvcnticm tn order ait ten oclock this IolloW ing the invocation Mrs Francvs E HcMUtihamp of Kcnitaidvy of thi1 Niitiional riad the ofliciial call for crnimil trcs were el by tinstatc tillon IVaiiiiiel A Poling of 1lve bowl of the country dvliver ed the address ary cihairniaii Mayor V G IrvLu cf St Paul W G CUlderwciMl nf Mimiivesola repreis cnltiiiig the and F VV IJmersii of California al so eke Tliu ConvcMiilican lnKiSts v hat to be the largivt onihesli a ever aa wiivliled for a uathcring of tho sort Thi1 favoiity song is Come A sin gin The chorus of is led by Rolliin M Peae ikf St known as the Itramp coimipoyor Do Wiltt Hwe Lititlo Bear and many other ill the convoiitiiMi auid declared that vvhailuvir lnvn live ravages of jiro waiter among tlwir tribeis in the Jraiul Today Whos Guilty When the only sen goes wrong When the girl of Iris heai t meets dis wstw When the hopes of both are crushed Whos iuilty Sec The Tight and render your own vwHct Also showing His Here two part Keystone with Ford Sterling Stewarts Auto Livery will take you any place on earth Both THEWHEB Partly plainly timiulit its are nrar am Tlhfcse Indlianis Itevie paternal giuvrdiilanship of the United Hitiutcs and are foil The convcititiOin will conitinue three days Caiwliclatis for president and wiil be twirii nat ed on IViday Amoiivg those friends urccon U si ing for this hinnoir for Hhcm are Willikim iRulxcr govenvor of New York J I1 rank ilanly Iornver of JiiviJiivrna Eugene governor of Sunnier W llaynes of Portland I Francis E Bahlwiinof Elmira N a prpminCint William B I1 IVrguson of Frjinklin editor of a dry and P red i1 rick of Los Angeles banker and nTan In Ihis keynote speech hero today I en ary chavriman of the Pro hibiitinin naililciil convenitioin Daniel A Poling of Boston made a notable plea for the check of the liquor evil At tihe same time be dwell on a host of other issues which he said I ho Prrthihitiomists would tend1 to American rights muyit be defended home and abroad ho said and he endorsed the proposal for an inter natlioiial wcrldwklu court supported by an ilTteriiatonal force Tihe only sLLipis he urged to put the United States in bitter position to as sir it rights were to elimimatc the of jriaft he averted has in the annual mili tary and Haval approprjaliiwis of re cent yiaM and for peace and war by the of the drink Mr Poling predicted the success cf national prohibition by 1017 The fiorcishad ioirmerly set as their trial a dry nation by hC sad but now llbey saw the cul of their hopM would lie sevcral J thaii if they elect a President this Novem ber He tihait for thy army and wavy be not in creased over tlvose df past yemrs Al in Uric next breath he declared party stood for thestamiTch uji of tlhie Moniro3 dioctriiiie wbether by force or moral suasion he did not say Mr Poling brapoke a corcWal wel come itilo Pnvhibiition party to all Piogrwssivas He lilvciir stand and IoiidiNmned Theodore for diwrting the this year The KcfHililicani and Demoivatir are arty iave only wrcie eaoh indulged in were each one affirmed what the other lenied with regard to Mexico iluir pbil ItUiin HubsUintially he said tcihnicil name of his own party be upon the oflicial ballot this year it would be known henceforth s the Liberal Party of the United As an illustration of what ho term ed tihe inipcwslbility Of making any htmihvay toward NtvUiomal Piohiiibilioii in the old parties Mr Poling here referred to the campaign now under way in Indiana where among the of ibii who are anuouwcil to cani on behalf of ulve uleotiun uf Thomas Taggart to fho United Status appear uf four Com and one United States Henmtor vsho Jwivu rouragu channpiwved the amendment A good shaw for u hot day The Mark of a Potts Bungles again Mr Buddy Briggs Burglar and others Every picture played by a Sou them at liulianas Cool est Theatre FUNERAL SERVICES FOR HELMAN LAD The funeral Morviccm for fouryonr olrl Clair Hclman who was faUilly injured yesterday morning whon ho was run over by an automobile driv on William McFoaters of Wayne avenue will bo heId in the homo of his parents Mr and Mrs Orn ffolman noar Taotnn tomorrow morning at oclock by the Rev Father N P McNollis of St Jlornnrds Unman Catholic church Interment will be mndo in St Bernards cemetery Be sides his parents the deceased loaves these brothers and sisters Harry and Howard tirfd Marie Grace Blanche and Ruth The lad was a grandson of Bonnet Stadtmillcr of this place IIPFR Us Ln MHT uror vrr NU HcKt Yn I 1 V I llMnilBia iDni Strange Craft Seen Near Bridgeport Was a Lake Torpedo Boat Co Submarine on Its First Trip OTHER BOAT READY International Nows Soivice NEW YORK July circles in New Cork City were ex today by a report published in a morning newspaper that a second German be lieved to be the Bremen had entered American waters According to the story the submersible reached Long Island Round and was awaiting a avorahle time to enter the harbor at Bridgeport Conn Inquiry at Mont auk Point and places on the North Shore of Long Island brought the rciply no submarine had been The Explanation BRIDGEPORT July The Lake Torpedo Boat Co announ ced this afternoon that the boat seen near the Brdgeport harbor was ne of its crafts putting on a trial trip Deutschland About Ready BALTIMORE July were further signs today of the early rparture of the submarine Deutsch land The batch of marl from the Gorman Lmbassy was delivered to Capt KOJ nig the under sea boats Large quantities of canned goods and sides rf beef stowed in the ina Hitherto supplies for the Dcutschlands crew have been taken to the interned North German Lloyd Neckar The caHloadw of oil for the Deutschland arrived today This will e sulficient to carry her three times the distance of her first transAtlan tic trip WILL NOT ORDER TROOPS RETURN Intelnational News Service WASHINGTON July Secretary of State Polk today ompha licully denied that Constil General Kodgiis in Mexico City had been au iJiorixed ID inform the Carranza gov that the United States troops would bo gradually removed from Mexico A dispatch last night accralit d Rodgcrs with making such a state ment to tlie de facto government Strand Today Frank Sheridan in The a photo drama in 5 pails that appealj to the luart the brain and tha ner ves Get a Clean Straw for a dollar at D1NSMORE BROS Here at Last Just received a few cases of pure olive oil imported direct from Italy We also have a fresh line of fruita and vegetables Fruit and Produce Co Auto owners lead Wilmer Stew arts ud in paper Hoys Suit Sale PINSMOJiE J5ROS RMANS LAUNCH ATTACKS Succeed in Recapturing Portion o f Delville Road Success Result of Violent Assaults with Fresh Troops LINES REINFORCED International Nows Service LONDON July their sharp thrust against the French lines south of the Sommo river the Gormarus launched a series of power ful attacks against the British east wing They have recaptured a portion of Deiville Wood and have also est ablished themselves1 in the outskirts of Longiiioval it was admitted in the oflicial report of the British War Of fice isfued this afternoon The German successes were obtain ed as I he result of violent assaults with fresh troops The fighting last nlght followed a terrific bombard ment Attack followed attack in waves of men Longucval lies between the Ancre and Somnie rivers and is the junc tion point of four important high ways It is on the BapaumejBray highway and lies about six miles Kouthwesl of Bapaiume Delvillc is just east of Longueval Following the arrival of the Ger man Kaiser upon the Sommc front the Gei man lines have been rein forced according to authentic infor mation received here today It is reported that the Tenth Army Corps the 22iid Reserve Corps and thellth Division of Bavarian Infantry have been transferee to the Soimme front from the Verdun sector EPIDEMIC IS STILL UNCHECKED International News Service NEW YORK July ef forts of business interests to mini mize the epidemic of infantile paral ysis now taking a heavy toll the fig ureo hy the Health Depart ment today showed 30 more deaths and 112 newcases for the 24 hours enring at 11 a m Men in business lines which would be affected by a diminuation in the number of visitors to New York have maintained that the eipideniic was a form of hyster but the Health officials adnitt ted today that their hope of immed iately curbing the plague has been destroyed STATE ENLARGES A SANATORIUM CRESSON July new wing of the Cress on State Tubercu losis Sanitarium has been opened for patients This new addition which has been in the course of construc tion for the past eighteen months ilvcrcases the capacity of the institu tion three hundred beds The ntnv structure harmonizes architecturally with the main body of Ihc Sanitarium buildings and the institu tion as it was originally planned by Dr Dixon With thi completion of addition the capacity of the Cresison Sanitarorium Avill ho six huiiidicd and eighty beds With lit thu Mont Alto Sanitarium and 500 at the Hamburg this will make the total number of free beds in the State Sanatoria available for indigent sufierers from tuberculosis Auto tires at cut jTrlceis ad in totlays paper See Sons of Veterans The monthly meet wig of the Sons of Veterans will be held in Odd Fel lows Hall tomorrow evening oclock All the members are urged to be present Ste Wilmer Silewants ad in to days jniper Kellysburg Festival There will be a festival in the Kel leysburg hall on Thursday evening July 20 The proceedS will be used for the benefit of tho Washington church JOSEPH WEHRLE HOME FROM ITALY Punxsy Young Man Nephew of Indiana Peo ple Completed Four Years Course in Priest hood in Rome SON OF E N WEHRLE Tlht foil Jawing anticle which aip peared in yesterdays Punxsutawney Spirit will be of interest here Father Wchrle being a nephew of R W and thc Misses Wchrle oif Soutlh Fiifth street Father Joseph Wcihrlc the son of Mr and Mrs K N Wentie arrived here yesterday from Rome where for the past four pears the has been stud ying at the American College He was ordained as a priest in Octber of laist year Father Wehrle 1eit an Italian port on June 22 on the steamer Giuseppe Verdi He was 20 days on bhe wa tcir No untoward experiences were met with during the long trip across Dhc Mediterranean and the Atlantic aithough the vessel left port at might BO that its movements might be con cealed ats much as poissible Father Well rite was a student at St Vincents College for seven years and uipon his completion of the course there entered the American College at Rome and has completed his four years course there He is about 24 years of age He is a member of the Erie diocese and will probably be assigned to some pastorate in this section although at the present time he has no idea where his services will begin He will remain at his home here until he has receved further in structions1 The following appeared in last evenings issue of New York Sun Eleven young American priests who arrived yesterday on the Italian liner Giuseppe Verdi were unable to return to this port witlh a of clerical friends in recently from Bor dcaiix because the French authorities will1 not permit neutrals with German names to travel through France1 Five of the priests who preferred to take no chances by going tihrougih France are the Revs Julius Horn Henry Schanpihoff Joseph Burger William Mackenhaupt and Joseph MISS MORGAIIT WILL ENTERTAIN AT HOSPITAL Miss Morgart superintendent of the Indiana hospital will entertain the members of the Ladies Auxiliary and all other women interested in hospital work tomorrow afternoon from to oclock The af fair will be held in the hospital grove and promises to be a most pleasant in formal occasion planned for the pur pose of discussing plans for the hos pital as well as getting together in a social way Russia Loses Transports International News Service CONSTANTINOPLE July Three Russian transports have been sunk in the eactern part of the Black Sea by submarines and a fourth was forced to run ashore the Turk ish mi IKS try of marine announced today Bara in East Strand Monday SpanishAmericuns The regular meeting of the Span hhAmerican War Veterans Oatnp will be held in Odd Fellows Hall this evening at oclock Important business W F ELK1N Com Dr H J Schmoker Foot specialist of Pittsburgh will be at the More Hotel Indiana Wednesday and Thursday July 19 and 20 where he will treat ailments of the feet Second Week of our MidYear Sale P1NSMGRE BROS The Thursday Evoning 500 Cluh met Tuesday at the Hasingcr htiniprn ow on the trolley line The ladies spent the afternoon wiUh fancy work and ami tihn preparation of a feast in which tlhe husbands of tihe ies and one lone badholor grace fully aissjiisited in disposing of later in the evening Aifter tihe dftlhcs hod oen cleared away the floor was leared for dancrng nnd the oldfash onod square stops were given in a most graceful manner to the music furnished by the Vbtrola The play ing of 300 also whiled away a number minutes before the car was sight ed coning around the curve Mention must be made in conclusion of the Ihvsiitiger jitney that always meets the street cars Its first name is Clark Auto Service at AUimus Wver 257 THURSDAY CLUB MET ON TUESDAY COUNTY SUPTS AT STATE COLLEGE State College July ty superintendents of public schools in Pennsylvania met here far Uhcir annual mlidsuminer conference which iis hckl in connection with tihc sum mer sesyicm of the Pennsylvania State College Thirtythree superin tendents registered1 ait itlho opening session For itihree days they discus sed problems affecting the public school coicle of the State Their re commendations wiill be submitted to the State board of education Among the vital quosiblans talc en upp by the superintendents were a survey and report on the con solidation of schools in this State legislation needed1 to laid consolida tion State aid for a higher mini mum salary employment of distinct supervisors and improvement of technical equipment of ithe normal graduates MANY DEAD IN MEXICAN FLOOD International News Service CITY July whiidh have already drowned 200 per sons in the district about Queretaro are becoming worse hourly according to official dispatches received today Thousands of fiairdHes1 have been dri ven from their honiS and sought re fuge at Queretaro overtaxing the re Siurces of the city EDWARD KlttEDffi Nephew of and Mrs J Lost His Life Working on P 1 Near New BURIAL IN Edward Hall aged 46 New Florence a nephew erf Hall and Mrs J S Eussefl of IrM with a comipanion were kiilled al oclock yesterday afte while engaged in signal on the railroad point known as the Loom most mid dtetance bdbween enicc and Seward Tihoy were down by tot freight No 14GC p ers body was badly jyss head being cut off and limbstoa ly mangled Halls1 Kmibs also w badly cut ibut his features so badly marred Hall and Singer were reiptaS wires attached to the rails seated on one of the eastbm h tracks A train was orif other eiastbound rails and tihey ed to observe the approach oft train which killed them The en eer and fireman of the frefighitifel they knew nothing of tihe of the men until almost and that the whittle signal ger apparently wast tilain was stopped and the jbwii placed aboard and taken Both men were dead when reached The ibodieis werefi ed over to Undertaker will be takem to New The bady of Hall will to Irrdiainai fomwow burial in Oakland leaves a widow and two chlildre mother Elizabeth Hall brothers and a sfeter Singer leaves hiswidow ents being both dead for a of years Both men were nativt New Florence and had for ins been employed in acites by the Pennsylvania Ratil Daily Account Of Doing Of Our Soldier Boys Camp Periisihinig July 15 Dear People Another dull day in Camp The company got the third innoculatiin yesterday and as a re sult there are quite a iniumber of sick boys We have received the last shot so we have some consolatiion in that Had a little sand storm a few min utes ago It only takes an instant for one to start and it doesnt give much warning Tents almost blew away and hats rolled for yards and some paper which happened to be in the direct path was carried up into the air for almost 100 feet and went sailing away Ike monoplanes Took a walk the other evening to find some one we knew after walking a few miles saw Bill Cald well formerly of the Nonmal Snhool Bill is anxious to he transfered to our company and we hope he is for he will be a welcome additioii to our bunch Also saw the ruins of the El Paso Country Club This was the most magnificent equiped chub in the South and was lately destroyed by fire The officers of Uhe 10th Regiment had an homo there ami as it Is just a short way from camp tihe opportunity could have been use dquite u bit The ce ment tennis courts and shower bajths are all that is left except a few stone walls A dull day in camp may include a very strenuous hike For a battalion drill may be a short hike over the stony and cacti covered foot right into the muzzle of a riflo for hiWS U is exciting for Pttit on the steep hills your front mtiy bo right wider ypuj and ft step would be like knwtelng pi us dJlf fc fcih one is1 in and game neut Pierce first platoon was giving orders a quarterback and Alerandw air teammate of the has Allayed tfoobbaW at Kiski ette W and J and otlher Schools promptly got into and lettlhrg out a roar started and seeing a stone of per size iput his good riiglht it and sent it flying for a field goal It is a it was or Alexanders lost and he tackling the officers that cacti covered igridiirani ball may bo romglh in fche niont there are 101 reasons why It al nt be played here This mtonnlng we had d the Company oflicera Guiiig ecjiuiipment were insipetoted iiwl quiaPttars1 and mews bemt Everything order1 dont think man had a speck of tlust oiv sihoe and Ern Caldwells bi had only been he ihas been dtor Balostuno tjhe little htvd no canteen and w MeLain askeJ said Me fight Me ceps swelled1 uip and put gulation shirt out of Sergeant Fnikak 1 love letters and when looked into the nfl0 flhe ed it to the owner for in the ovpr We rowing wwj Butch1 i3uth A   

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