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   Derrick (Newspaper) - August 10, 1906, Oil City, Pennsylvania                                This Paper is a MEMBER of the ASSOCIATED IHE OIL CMf DERRICK. J3STABUSHEDJN 1871, NO. THE WEdTHER. siiowtw probably Trlflifj SutanUy, fair, frttil to brisk louttitMt winds. IT INITIATED U'ASUINTITOX. Alls. ISSUED FE CASE Joznmission tself. ACTION red From Any n His of llio railroad tuEboiits. op< atmr In X.nv York harbor. <'nderf in fuilim'. Hid reprosonutlven of tlnvcv trul llHllraul nf NVW jersey IMiiwar 1-urk.iwannu Upturn; Krle; Jlalilnu. A Ohio, and .LelilRh Valley rulinia. which im.st nttwtvA Hi- slrlkp. declined to iua64e to tho ,1 inuiKiis ,n tlie striking crows for an I 1-ro.we ia lo a moni im.i uev afnl that thc-y would till tl rlucos oi the with nuw men The niiiviimc.nt vt freight of the reiae HHineil front their tfi miiinls In NVw scy and Staten Island to NCW yorj, wan badly rrfppled mid many mrloaf "f rroishi WHS atnlk-d In tha r-tie west bank of the Hudson river 1 Is ft-iirei'. thiit If thw strike comintK Ultra will be a liMVy loss to Khlppers fruits an.l veseiftblrrf and olhi-r peris) Al'lti fielRhis and mutrli t Nov.- York-. TluV Pennsylvania and York, xew lavi-n ft H-irlford railroads are not SCORES COMPLETE leaguB today that t'mplr Hank" O'Day, whii Mt-as flnbd }50 for no Printing the flgbt between pltj.rs McGlnnity, of NCW York, and o I on the jirounaa of the lutle   uf to be Taken to Set Aside Recent Ruling-. SCKAXTON. Auc. Attorney U P vVik-n, suite com in It tee- man from l.acksi-ann.-i county of this Lincoln party, an-mmvd to-day that proceedings will be taken to set aside the rullnc of Secretary of Lhe Commonwealth McAfee, rcjwtlnj 11 e of nomination of Uie'Lin-vom party from this county. Hf airnenitrf that the Dauphin county court has ruled that seeretarv of the nmonwoalih has no jurisdiction in furh matters and that this was In tlif of Montford vs this of Commonwealth. In 1501 Vou-Mdlnita will he Hr.WwMii ays. In tfi-crt-tary ilcAftc refu-.es caring. Tlu- purtlfs who controlled I.ln-olnlw convention hero will suff-r 4-rit'usly frotn of Br-L-refiri-loArcf. as had the NKU" YORK, AUK At the annual net-tins of the stockholders or IVt-ild. it Co. in ihia t-tt y to-day, Uio elt.'t of 13 liln-otors'lic-Qile-d K. H. iirriuiaii am! coniposod ot tnrmbers of 10 jirs-st-nt beard was over a ckot c-imcd by counsel for Wnlier C. tokf3. has been loadiiifr an "op-ositlon" inovt-mt-ni arntvni; the stock-olilera. the voting twitan arly In the .lay. thP result was not unMI Into this evoniujr. Of jiroiles. eic., being carrUwl on un-r the closest scrutiny. The flnit! the llar'-ltiiiin ticket was 47.5GS to f.-.ir tlit> SlokcM ruprcsontatlvfa. Not c.niy did tin- liurriman ttdmlnlsti-a-on ,'leot th'-ir iHructors. hut they a No celled in ilurontlnR prorpsliloA vinn-fd tiy tho oppnaitlon partv. -Uit-r the lln.il v..ta c-n tlio ok-ctlnti of -etlti? also civf-n out. showed that tiso rpaolmton N. C.. Aug. there arc no vislhle slens of trouble tlwre arc perstKient iuniora ot the or-ginization of a. strong party to liberate, from Salisbury Jail to-nlylu the lynch-ers of the throe nt'sro of Lj-crlj" famllj-. Gcorgo Hall, nn ex-convict; Francis Cross ami "Buil" Butlo- baush arrested yesterday and George Gentle, a well-known youiic man of this section; J. H. Goodman ciml John Cauble, of Salisbury, uro in jail nnrf all will lie tried on tlie chiirjgu of murder. Judge Long issued the Itench warrant for Gentle after the latter remarked in the presence of the officer who later arrested him thai he had helped string up the npproes. court at 3 o'clock this afternoon. Hall alone was nrmlRnwL He was not suilty and InnbUliy t" ompliiv coutj-fiel. At lll.t former ILL of Swede Who Escaped Prom Turpentine Camp. -NEW VOUK. Aue. 9.-A .lory o! PRICE TWO CENTS. AND BAIL REFUSED Cashier's Explanations not Satisfactory. BLAMES THE PRESIDENT Prisoner Claims He Never. Benefited a Dollar Through Illegal Methods of the Bank. W. Herinfi of tlie MiHvimiffl Aifmue State eh closed iloor-j rrested In Chicago to-day. He bail until hia connectioi II ranee of nearly bank's funds la cleared up. tensland. president of tbe dij-' itutlon, is still u fugitive and nearly 100 dituctlves -ara taf the inlsKlns president hifl ivas arruaied this aftentbon. Inter than the he.had for giving himself up. Ho at once to tho office of Chief Collins anj put through a i ruination 03 to his knowl- Stensland's alleeoa MiMitii. of the institution. Her- h'i illrl not know whors Stunshuifl was anil that ha inicatlon with Stens- e by tary Bonaparte. IU. WASHINGTON. AUfi-. jjg Donaparta wrote a .letter to-day to an embryo Nebraska. Ujvehtor, which ivas deafened to Interrupt some interesting experiments in throwing: explosives. 17-year-old boy of retnry eeney, _.___ Neb., wrote Uo thi skins for staiement ulremants for. admission to the Naval wid-iny ami outlining BOTHO experiments ..9 13 conducting in "throwing dynamite, preparatory to becomjnE a useful omcer says he ir .-tr bury bar, will reprt Long warned the oil ploy counsel. runs hljih the burning early th isnln to-night 01 Is morning of t on tlie farm with his wifft a murdered by t lie burn )s bellev d by negro frieu men wno were lynched. T militia still guards the jail and CGI house and catling suns will bo Ilred a mob should H attempt to enter t Jal! premises. id tw_ two children, lynched negfot hax-e been >m i ha ordered and _.....................f _t will bo selected tn try Hull. will ba called to-morrow mornine ry. Von Ant .said he were engaged by a it iigeney to go to ivurk in the tnr- ild that he worked weens and was paid j-.iO. flic rood tho men, he declared, was bad and iiMi-tiTs unrtt for habitation. elated thut he escaped from ;ninp once, but wag captured, hpnlen orre-i to return to work. He said he a .-econd time and made his waj o this city UN biist he coultl on freight rsiins. Ho Mid hla companions were still "on Arx will be turned over to the" iwocllsh consul hern. Within tin: last tew weeks several men .avi> made complaints tc the local aiuhor- :It-s that they had bern Ill-treated iu the [Hjihcrn camps, ihat they have ten denied wages and been slngl ystem State ---.......y denied ary rebpon- cor the failure, of tlie bank Her- italned ihat If he WHH guilty of the banking lawn of Illinois, t Slenstand was responsible. declared he never had benefited dollar by President Stensland's ner Jo s and As- AT HOONT GRETNA. Weather Interfering Somewhat With Evolutioos of Troops. MOUNT GIlETNi Aug Gcn- r e comnmnfler of th'e visited Camp Rooievelfr MS.-the. guest of Grant. General Gobln waa much ......rested in tlit; military school and paid particular attention to cook iiouae.i and ba -s Thr. blvlouac. of tho West Virginia nnd Vermont guardsmen, which was to have taken place to-night, had to be called off il Grant on account of the Bank Ex; siBiant State's present during tlie examination of. Ing. ilicy nor the police were satisfied with the explanation given by JferinR of his connection with tho col- liipse of the bank, und it ivas decided lo refuse bail to Herlng until the failure hHfl been further Investigated Receiver Fetzer reported to the ior court that a dividend ot at least'25 per cent, would probablj he de- clared to In ,the bank within the next two m-eks. It Is said. "in Da loltowed hyst-Becond dUIdend, (luhough the receiver to-nlglit was ntf in a position to say how'much of. their snvingK the 25.000 depositors would re- cover from the Institution. a meeting of the board of director of tha bank this atremopn a resolution was adopted appointing a to rtciibQ Mnjs'und Ineafla to apprehand Prosltlent btcneland to straightea out the affairs of thti bank. The direc- tors, declare fiit thcio will Tie found a i rcveouct assets Id i payall dtspo-iitors InJ-uiI tho cyncluslon of tbu examination ot i. V, he waa k n -u UK 1 anlt with Bank EX Attorneis, f. bank's is started, record- of the bank Title a d Trust Company o-nidht wan appointed re- personal estate of Presl- The estate is valued at o. The appointment made by pti-y Rufercc Kastman on the pe- (Ill- RECEPTION TO'BRYAH. Additional YORK. a of si'. rsceptlcn Cfnimlttoc ing udtmional nn-m ,l: Colonel A. C. Drinkwa ex-Uovernnr Besit of Tfiineasef; 13 r.rady. of Xaw York; ('olt'nct Jacob Rupp F- Smith was wa -nt the throw" .OB4jof With a Winchester >f ange aeo yards. With ADMINISTRATION MEASl'IlE Of pounds 1 'nska .If ills achiovementa it kin! In jainlng admission polls academy. Secretary 'Piled to the young man that :nts Adapted to to a cemetery than to tho my.and .eusijpsted that he them and some other f preparing hfmSeirfor a nrivnl .ITort mad iveeney, thiiirman of tin arrangements ro n what ho had learned a( its will come from MJI Mr, Bryan a retun John hotal 'ot fund. be printed offered thai Plan to Unite Octoberlsts and Con- stitutional Democrats. AUfT th. spin and tho Octobtrista nm the roucdlns out of Urn cabin u will burnnncratlc elemontN. nesotlallons havi ppned between tlui Ortolierista ;inc tho Cnnstitutlonal Demo-rnta In an effort lie tho pcficeful progressive, ele In the cominj: electoral cainpnlcn tn PreNldent lilrh (IP In ptirt ARRESTED AT CORRY Enough Food for a Banquet Ordered Sent to Prisoner. r K. Engineer John Hannnn Accused of Passing Counterfeit Monoy. A y an object of aii'l liirge for foo-1 ft in on tho prison nuthoritlen for or somo time. Chicken, rnnut bcpf ntRotltn. noiips. nsh, vcjfc In the Detfc- trd by Cap- lanouvre of the week will place to-morrow. Colonel C. D. P commander of Uie Fifth United P. fdntry. wJH command tlie Bruv Cnlont'I L; C. Allen will D.. ff rovnlatfonari rraniwmenfe forth HEARING ON COAL RATES, h roplVd? effe with their menta. Th y the radical it opltl on of parties Incvfta- i'aFPomblins of' tho J. n. Hannaford HaLher Emphatic In His JODGE IN CONTEMPT. NKW vnnK-.'Aujr. Thomas 'of tbo' court of upcclal o Sectinrf Judicial district, hich cnmprines the of Rleh- mnd. RrooUlyn and Queens, drfnter 'eiv York, was adjudged guilty of con- of cnnrt by Justice William D. Ickey, in the supremo r-nurt. Jlronklyn, )-dsiy. The Justice hml been oniered'ta to submit to an pxamlnn- report had Thnw'n inslsttnir on a knifo nnd fork he- In IT MippilM with MM Late In day Thaw's attorney. Clifford IV. Hart- rWjto. Mplalnnd that then- was no foun- (iQllon for report, beyond the. fact that cater-r tmn taken ill SILVER COP ASSESSED. Whole Administration Ticket Went Through. Appralaors Decide -Duty Must be on Upton Trophy. liver run nf. CHICAGO. AIIR. rnatlnnnl Brotl TOTAL ABSTAINERS. Bishop Canevln Be-oleoted Presi dent. Other Officers Choiin. .Tho ,entire ticket approved by she went through Without nny serious rmiKi Bltlon. C. F. O'NVlll. of nuffulo. nn'l J Geary, nt Si. T'nul. wern mmlo THE PATTERSONS SERENADED. PROJECT B. R. I., AuB, 9.- nnflvln. of rittubarg, Fldcnt of thn Catholic Toi Union nt the liualnr.is Village Drum Corps on Hand to Welcome Bridal Couple. Efforts to Secure Roosevelt's Birth place Dlscourng-ed by President, prrsldenry, ne.v J -Bnrro Pa. who has National Union and cte.ior of President led to the wit M d.'Iefialefi ai inrtit lo organ n (tiili-s fnirn New Voi St. Loufs. They d, elect oniciTB of thcl dernilnc tho old on burban vrtlBB LIS city. Mr. up their Hi In Preparation f is been :i pront act POPE STRICKEN.. ROME.' rtnly, 'Ants.: X. ere nttncK nf hnirt t-r tho fatipuinff In.cpleliratKiii of tho third ary or hla coronation'." Lnpponl, the pontffTa physician, allod In nnd was Rbla to relievo tient. directed that the pope m etii rest. AB00CTION CHARGED. their arri ity about theplaca the house liavine been dunth of the tirst '.Mrs, f this city, wn nr Mrs Mo., thirrt vlVe i. of 1'ltts 'ounfr Man Arrested In Now York for Serious Offense. President of the National League Writes Him a Lotter. ide gram drove. Int. y In a brilli vlni; jicrosa tl v Kensington. Ther REUNION OF VETERANS. JORORS THREATENED. f the Twenty-third -thlrd n-Klments. Pcnn.Myl ters, IvlonKfng in flhnlfir'a 'brf '-orps-, nrrlvtyl here to-dny for lon. Tn-nlfTttt a waa hrt court noiifln whlrh by General Bh.Uer, of Phi nded the bripul the of OottyBhurff. Th isurcises of thn reunion wi -mnrrow on line where the nil-nil, foitjrht iiml nhtrn tht-lr monu Mob Loaders Indicted and Will be Placed on KPRIN'CJFrKLD. Mo.. Aitc. AGED HAN KILLED. OI.KAX, N. y.. Auc. SO nnd vpry deaf. vn WILL RESUME PATROL DDTT. ATTACKED BY A HORSE. 9--j Revenue Cutter MeCulloch Ordared to Protect Seals. d Hill ill. chnrRed with l on April 14. A crnt loft City lo confer wil I, An sr. 0 depart slice to-tiny receive! n District Attorney Harlan it Alnfika. rPKardlnp tha killing apancse at St. hlrh had imt boon covere.1 by So- Rnlph did not doc SHDLL'S HAND BOOK. AUR-. Print 1'omcroy tin a COLONEL RICHMOND DEAD. MEADVILLK. Aug. Danii-1 irynck Richmond. B2 years old. died at..... s hum.) herr. thin afternoon. He wutlwHirh Ropubliean and was eielit but n. OFFICERS ELECTED. A IIA FALLS, AHC AffuK-lfttlon nf Instnictions him in of Ume3 ddltlonal Jntormatlon ban n Il.ind will expense. Tho tm- iiocumonl. which l! thn slate, will he .1 doth, with leather tips [ereloforo 8.000 and h edllfon worn robonml nt cont-ito tho stale of II n BEARING AT JAMESTOWN. MKSTOWN, X, Y.. Ann. To. l_ vie- T. Klioncer. lit.' Tl.e ncvt III be held further examination ofi rppronentatlvea of tha i hy Cnshler Harlnff. was- til to-morrow. POLICE WITHODT INFORMATION FORT WILLIAM, Ont. Aug stramc-r Amorlcan. reported last nlKht to l Prowident Paul 0. Stena- f''lUcrl Avenua of nrrlvod at Port Arthur thlfi mprnlns four hours for Ho.val Fo.t Arthur police .lopjirtment doclnres that It iap not rwlvpd instructions to ar- rest btrnslnml nor been informed that he Is cominp tnis way. Defforenccs Between Strikers and Rallronds Not Settled. 9.-An Attempt r ny, cncea bQtnvcn nix rnllr having UrmlMti In thi city SUDDEK DEATH OF MRS. SMITH. A.m. here to-nlslit or thn   suiicJ ROBBED OF HER SAVINGS VBRNON' O- -Rep purchas a and tho robburj IheilfT Clements Is tO ttlC thlOM.3 Will] onoy from a bank tn on whioh ahc lived committed unite sho warohlnff for u clew bloodhounds.   

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