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ESTABLISHED 1882. No.
The Shortarjc in Army Funds
Causes Discharge of Un-
classified Employes J
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ARMY OFriCERS GET PAY.
Captain CooUc. Ilu army pay- t!
muster here, roielved n table t!
this minnlng vvlikli will ohnso tho '.'.
(iIimiiiim tiwuv from tlio oIIIccih' :
iliiiuli'iH, and In lilt; Hut muted !!
Iiijh liai k t" Ihclr on ai;nlii. ::
Tin' message Hinted tliat a do- !J
puHlt had been niadu Id tliu local Si1
paymaster's ucdlt In llio N'nv !1
Vnrk kiiIi tii'iimiry. and Hint from J!
lldK fund lie wns In pay ult nil '.
i onimls-sloiieil (illkcrH for llio !!
month of .lime 'I'll In linn no t:
lii'iirnu; in tin' tu my uppioprln- tt
linn Idll, liui incaiiH that t lift Wnr tt
Department bus been able to tt
urate un enough mill to pay sonm tt
nt Un ili'litn fur llio l.iKt mimth tt
of llio old fiscal ji-iir. Tin enlist- ti
I'd mi'ii, however, will (nullum) to tt
llvo mi piililiillHin and promises, tt
tt tt tt It tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt XX r ,
'I tin iio lian fallen on tho quarter
mnstci's ilrpaitiiii'iit, and Major II,
1- rank Cln'iilliiuii. chief ipinrtei master
nf tin' dcparltni'iit, linn donned the,
lilni k tap In ilcturinlno which of Ihu'
(MIIiiii cmplojees will do led to the'
A Iiiiik ciibk'il oulcr received at !)
paitiuent lieadqiuutnia this mumlng
dlioita tliat wherever possible civilian
quui lei muster's employes shall lie re
placed by enlisted men Clussllled
oinplnves, iiH'.iiilni: thoso under civil
siivhe. aiu lutloughoil without pa,
while unclussllled employes 1110 In lie
discharged. Such uiuplo)es as mu ab
solutely necessary to the loiiiIulI of
the quartermaster's department mu to
be it tallied under cuntinct, and as thu
M'lettlon Is entirely within the discre
tion of Ihu chief iii.irtei master, thu
list Is helm: vory caiefully gone ovur.
"This will liinko no difference tu the
lonstiuetiuu woik ut Schollcld llitr
l.icks, or the uther coustriutloti wurk
In thu deii.irtment," said Major Chea
tham to u II u I let I n reporter this
mm nillK- "It I" I'l'l'l f"r "llt r "l
n iit iutlmiB already made, and is not
alfnted by this older I can not sny
how many men will bo dropped or fttr
lnughed Just now, fur I haven't had
time; tu tuko up the uuittei " I
Under the huad of "unclassltled om
ploes" aiti hotse-shoois, blacksmiths,!
wagoners, Janitors, and hulf a doen
othei trades Thu olllcu clerical folic
Is under civil sorvko, and can only bit
laid off '
"No ipiartermastcrs einployes will
lie letalncd lifter Junu 30, 1912, In thu
ubsoiico of uiipioiilatlons, whoso em-'
ploymcut Is not le.isouahly Incident to
thu execution of this order, not whore
It may be practicable tu replnco the
oiupluvea by enlisted men," buys the
isiblo te lived today
KAN PltANClKCO, Oil, June 29
lints M aiialj hIh. 10s ti 3 Id, par
It) ' .(.i 1'ievluiiH ipiutatluii, IDs.
Special Sale of Safes
H. E. HENDRICK, Ltd.,
Msrchant and Al'e
DHBI BelllllllllakiSslllVl II
Fourth of July Committee Gets
Supplies tor Punchbowl
Ked lire, green lire, Itoman lire,
duel; lire niul every otliir kind of lire
anlviil mi the Ventura jesterdaj for
the Pointh of July "eruption" of
Punchbowl, and thu eninniltlio In
limine Ik now getting rend for a dls
Plnv on the old mount that will be
spectacular, hi HMjitlipii.it, sl..IIni; and
stipe rlatlvel) startling
The mint inrcfiil ineasuieM are to
be tain a to KUaul liKiiin&t any ihiu
Kir, but, as a matter of fact, while the
lire Htunt Is spectucuhir In the ex
treme, there Is deldoui any d.imtir
whatever, eviu when the lire Is IuiiiiIiik
near bulldliiKS, mid In this tase -tt will
be on a puffttl b.iri' spate anil there
Is no chance soon of It KiltliiK In 'met
Major Neville of the limine mrps
Is enoperatiii'? with the cummltteu by
KtatloiiliiK sIkhuI iiicii for Punchbowl
and the watei front ho that the II. lines
will be tilrniil up and down like n
lamp wleU to Krade to the pioper ef
fect J. Wullir )nle s.ihl toda that
this iruptlou feature Is arniisliu; In
tuest In ult purts of the Inland anil
that visiters aru lumliiK, to xee-frmn
the entire cuutitry
lie iiIko niiuuiiuied that an lidded
feature Is the icprcsiiitnthui of Niro
liddllm; iliirhn,' thu burnliiK of ltume.
It. J lluehly belui; last In thu part of
Nirn Plans and specifications aru
now hcliiK drawn fur a toffii for Mr.
Uite orders for the parade are us
Parade to start promptly at S irilucK.
Authiiies and hlirilblts sictlon tu as.
Kimllle at the drlllsheil un Miller street
not l.ilir than t.'M The entries In
this section do nut have tu be formally
maile at thu headipuirti is, but may bu
put In up to thu lust inoniuit.
I'luuts tu utKinil7e on viiiaut lot ad
j.iiint to the Lewis stables
The (uinnilttic Is much pUasid with
the i imperii t Ion shown by the I'ulon
OH Compiiny, thu Ktuiid.iid, OH I'um-
paii) and the Associated Oil Company,
all of which have donated thu oil used
In the Piuuhbnwl illt-pla
Pi hue Kuhlu, marshal of the p trade,
has bun iluluii; suiuu Kreut wurk In
Kittlnt; thu Hawaiian urcauUatiuns to
participate, and thu puolas and the
Hill I'liloiin will bu lu.ivll) ri present
ed In the paiade, It was anuuiincul
Hawaii's recoiil-breaklntr BUK.ir
ctop of IUI2 Ii inoio than half ship
ped and Just about half-marketed
MumiKcir Nowoll of tho SiiKur Pnc-
tors' Company this nun iiIiik kuvu out
1 tlutircs for tliu month of Juno us well
us totnls up to Junu SO Thu miKar
shipped durliiK Junu amounted to 43,
3iiu tons, and thu total shipped of tho
1912 crop, up tu June HO, amounted to
Xli.cou Of thu marketed suuar, r.r,,-
TOO tuns at lived diirlilK .lull.!, and the
total Bitgnr in rived up to Junu 110 vmib
Sueur ulloat now uuiiiuuts tu r.ii.r.oy
1 Of thu total siiL-iir shipped, 2UI.7U0
toii'i, ut (ousldorubl) over one-half,
hits koiio by the Auierlcan-Iluwullnti
ftelKlitoi.i to Tehuuntepec The Capo
Hoi n hulling vessels havo taken "2,-
iUU tuns, and thu test has none
thiouisli the PiiLllle Coast ehauncls
Of tho sugar nrilvcd, KIS.UOO tons
lius gone by Tehuaiitepee. COOO tons
bj f'upo lluin snlllng vessels and the
biiluiicu h) Ihu Paclllc t oust
1'or soveiul wiekn past moio II th
linvo gnuo to thu fertlllzei loiupanlna
tlinu hnvu been bold to tho tutnll timlu
, In Now York illy.
I Tvvout) eight children woio killed
and llfty-iilno seriously Injured by ve
hicular Iralllc In thu slrcotH of Now
, Yolk during tlio mouth of May.
I Ml as Mary Hedgor, u wealthy yoiiiu:
24 PAGES. HONOLULU,
Supervisors in Hot Session McClellan Tries ineffectually to
Block Measure, but Majority "Steam Roller" Was on the
Job Bitulithlc to be Laid in Hurry
(Jin in street, from lt Inttrseetloii No conipi tltlon In bids was permit
with Niiuami strut tu the brldRe teil by a majority membership on the
cniKsliiK the river, will bo paved with boanlwho declared llntfiiotcd fur bltu
bltullthl materlav, the wmk to lie lithlc and no other puvement. derpltu
ilonu by the louil iiiniiru under the struiiK iirKUments made In behalf of
dlrittinn of Joseph tlilui.iti. vho holds crtosotid wood hluik by Mctlcllan, who
the eontiol for this brand uf tuve- deilared that crtsnuteil wood block
mint pivement its laid on streets In such
The Honolulu llltullthli Company Is cities us New York New Orleans and
to perform the work at iiiroxlmitel) llronklju had remained duwn and In
twmtv-slx thousand dollars. (Continued on Pago 3)
IN SUPREME COURT BY COLBURN
lust how John I Culhiiru repre- the uues reielvluir lut, mid none touch-
sinllnc the Kanlol ml lNtute. will cause
tin TiTrltory nny trmiliU dii the l'muli
bowl hoiuesteailliiB proposition, mid
upon what basis be will appeal to the
Supreme Court tu prevent thu awurd
of priftrence riKhts us already decld-
id, me iiuestiuns pur7.llnK Attorney
(Stiunil Alux. Idndsuy Jr, Hslay. They
inlftht'be pUrlluB-'l.alid Comrtllssluner
JUsbu.i Tinker, ton, were It not fur
tlie fact that he Is iKUnrant nf thu
stnry Riven nut ennceriiluK tlic Culbiirn
plans Tucker Is en roiilu to Hawaii,
nav nB icu iionoiu i 5esiernay nun n
'llio stoiy of ColliuniH activity III
tliu ulTuIr Is siuutid by the iiltumey eltia ns. rec.lv Imr un uwr.ihv of about
Kniernl U1X.00D In oiinii.il i.ntals"
"What Is he roIiir to appeal to thul Home of the Puiviliboui -nants talk-
rMiiiiine uiii l init'iii unnn '.iiiwbm. -ii iiil iiiiiiii.i iit will . . vuitiuiii
"If he has inuile the charKe, as stated, jesterday iiftirnoon. nnd ) I.uso, thu
that the Terrltor) has dealt unfairly PorliiKiiese paper, last ulKbt published
with the PurtiiKUese, by exiludlnK thu follow Iiik liotln
neurl) lift) pi r ent of the iippllcants, "Pi luce Kalanlaiiaole reipiests nil the
he Is speaklnK from a fnlso premise. I'ortURiiese residents of the land uf
"There were lit applicants for pref- Ailwalollinu to unit him ut the Ku
ireuce rlithts In the Punchbowl tract, ploluul bulldlni; on Tuesday, Jul) 2,
nml H',1 uf these will receive lots when I'll:, at 1- o'thick noun"
the land 1 everts from thu Kaplolnnl Attorney (iemral l.lndsay dues not
Hstate to the government on AUKiist fenr .Supreme Court iiitlon, and says
If, Tills haves only thlrty-sK nppll- that the Kuplolaul I'xtatc has luid all
cants whose leipusts have bun de-
uleil ' '
"We have beard little lomphilnt from
JAPAN TO TAKEj$l4,000 TO
PARI IN FAIR
That Jspan has politically decided
tu take part In the liiteriiatlouul ex
position to be laid In San rrnueiscu
III 1U1S Is evident bj the fill t that tlinu
Japanese special ciiiumlssloners will ar
rive from Toklo In the Million Mnru
on July 10 They will piucced tu Kan
Prauclsio In the sumo stunner
The thne coiiilulssluiiirs in o lliirillil
Yuniawakl, furnurly seirctary to the
Jaimnesu iniumlsslunirs to the Anglo-
Japan Hxpusltlim hi Id in l.omlon some
'eiirs ugn; Uolchl Taketa, tuglueir otKrilur. Arnold nml
thu Truism y Department, und n high
oilUlul from thu Department of Agri
culture and Commerce These men,
aicordlui; to the Nlppu JIJI, which re
eelvid a spiclal cable from Japan, will
select a building site fur Japan III the
exposition grounds In Sun Prunc'lsio
In order tu curry out the Intuition
of the Imperial gnu rnmiut, the lltt
at Its lust session Hindu un uppropihi
t ton to meet all expilidltures Unit may
bu Inclined fur the construction und
maintenance of the Ju panose cxpoilllou
building In San I'riinclseu
Aftu thu eiiniintsslniurs havu iniulQ
a thuiiiugh liivestlgutluii uf thu build
ing site fur Japan's exhibits in Kan
I'liinilsio, they will return to Japan
mid submit their report to thu pruper
During the short stay of thu Slilnjo
Mnru In this port, tint euiumlsslunel's
will he eiitirtuliud by the local Jap
anese line of the piiHstngirs to uirlvu In
the euiuu sleanur will thu the lion
Toklchl Tuiiaku, Japan's new consul
Kiucifil fur Hnwull Thu urrlvul of thn
liner will bu u waited with n meat deul
of Interest by the loeul Jiipaueno
Whithei or not Japan would utllouil
ly tnlm part In thu exposition bus been
a inn 1 1 1 1- of t'ouslduublu doubt
TERRITORY OF HAWAII, SATURDAY, JUNE 29, 1912. 24
lK 'be pi lees sU on thu laud Theso
I were iiilnmlb fad, laiiKlrm from
entu tu III m.titM imp Mitnuri, flint wlfll
Un nvernKe pilco of nboul 6 oriO ceiitH
p(r suunm foot. The i;ovrrnin-nl has
heen very liberal In Its luterpii tatloii
of the statute nttemptlm; to Rive n
ilalm to eviryoue who had a Ick.iI or
inurul rlKht '
"lf this Is up rely nn atttmpt nf the
Kuplolaul 'llstute and Its representa-
tli'es tu stir up tiuublc. It lertalnly
mines with nn III Kraee The estate
has held ii least on tint land for thirty
eiin..m a reiuai or nun. ami mriiiK
that tlinu has rtnted In the PortiiKUeso ,
the best of the situation undir thoi'ii n pair of ovornlls which were Rlv-
tirms of a vny liberal luise It has on him. This InslKtila of innk seems
held I to liavo overthrown his totterltiB rcn
l'nurtPcn thousand dolhns ns a do-
notion to assist In the eoiistructlun of
tin uiiuory building for tho National
(liiard of the Ten ltnr of Hawaii, will
be muile bv the illy und county uf
ti ii metiiiii; oi lue iiouril oi nil-
lurvlsors held ut noon today u special
resolution culling fin thu appropriation
of $11,000 us u ihimitliin passed on ilrst
rending, onlj after u luigthy nml splr -
Hid discussion Hupcrvlsnrs Murray,
Am.'iiia voted fa-
vorhiK the gift, while Low, MiClell.in
und Dwlglit opposed the mcusure
Refine the urinory donation was II-
nally settle il. Low. In rhamplniiliiK the
opposltlun to the donation, went Into
fuels und llgures shew lug the ileplur
uhle euuditliiu of school buildings
the outside districts He Insisted that
lltteen huiidrid chlhlrui were lit the1
present time without pruper fucllltles
fur riielvliig up education He nntid
thu absence nf permanent ipuirters mid
pre die ted that to supply the dellclincy
ut least fortv rooms would have to be
constructed us additions to tho several
McClellan ulso took a stand against
the girt h stating that hi his opinion
the ell) und county roads wire In great
in ed or uttiutloii The sum to he
uwiirdid in urinory lOiistrilctlon might
be luttir spent on some nf the doiity
lug bridges In Mr. MeClellun's opinion
Mm lay huiiiploncd the cause of the
urinory und declared that the
building when luiuplctid vviuild servo
some live hundred guardsmen us u
club and Is) a fin lor for good In thu
Tho iluiuitluu to thu urinory has been
one that bus been fought out In ruin-
inltlee, ami II look action by a full
bo.'lld to KCtllo the illolloll
Advertisers Have No
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ncIIh, (.'ouriHtr Iliirkr of urth Ihikoliii UnuTiior lluMuIti of Comu client.
"My klnitdom for u horse," said son, and lie immediately hernmn coll
Itlclmrd, which ileclaumtloii has been vluced that he was the owner of n
adapted by a local (eloHtl.il, siiffuriui'
iironi a rush or rovnny to tnu nraiu,
into the cry or A pair ot pants tor
a , r i,iiiw.iiinilnii ui,i I. ui.nt.l
,, c.(I1,i(. ,., it ,,ot fur tint fuct thul
ju tiir,,n(ei,s to end In a truitedy, wns
cae,i t , attention of tint pollco
this mornliiK by mi army oHlocr nt diadem. The Celestial ultliiiatiim wns
Port HiiKer. whose life lias been that the olliier must cither ko to the
threatened hv n demented Chlunmnu, Const and brim,' hack tint irowii, oi
who claims that his royal crown has furnish the claimant with money for
been purloined bv the finny mun, and the trip.
that he can nut marry thu royal prill- What sounded like harmless rnv
cchs, to whom he Is alllclanceil, In oril- Iiiks took on n serious aspect when
Innry liendKenr threatenliiK letters lieKnn to arrive.
The story runs that n Chlueso cook, and severnl abusive visits followed in
omplosod nt linger by till ollker who inpld suctesslou. This mninlin; the
has reiently been transferred, found olllcer, fenrliiR for llio sufetj of his
:i ciown stamped as thu trado marl:
CORNELL 8 FIRST
IS LAST '
rAsnotnletl Tr"iM Catile.l
POUGHKEEPSIE. N. Y.. June 29.
The Intercollegiate regatta, which
was rowed here today, resulted In a
win for Cornell University. Wlscon-
sin was second, and Columbia third.
r. - l.. - .-.I B...I..J
i Syracuse, rcnnsyivdiua iiiu mii,uiu -
; nnisnea in ine orucr iidincu. i nc
showing of the Pacific Coast crew on
its first Invasion of the East was a
Tho Stanford eiuw, which Willi Ihu
i liniupiuiisiiiii nt mo rnuuc tonsi
went l.'ast with High hopes of win-
Uilng Ihu great Intercolleglato ovont,
uui uius.nopes wero buuiuvmuu uuiup
''"" wlll, "l0 PW" a," uncKa'
i t,.. Oithftifdkftjl ,ilir.ll sllila V1IU llifilllfvl
"""""',",,".'" ',' . . """'
built in tho Kant, would nut bo cone
pleled nnd thul tho Curdlnnls would
uso ono of Columbia's old cuift This
wns undoubtedly a heavy huudlinp
lor tho Const nllilulrt.
Aguln, tho crow was somewhat ills
organized by tho inability ot I'roil
Wlchmau, of Honolulu, who rowed
No. U In the iliainplnuslilp Staiifurd
crow, to iiiuke thu l;nslcrii trip. Ills
,,.,; wa nV.(,n ,,y ,,,,,, , u,,f
tho team work und rhythm, wns
nngllBliwoniiiu, who sals she has been
hnndlinpped by her fnthur's riches I
r,.r,,l '.,w Vnrk iei,.iitlv In uuest nt'
The best wuy to mend u liultuiibolo.
which Is loin nut. Is tu luy u ideiu
uf chuely-woveii tune hack of It, sow
n piiu.o, hell! thu old bilttouliolu to II.
cut' out nnd work a new buttonhole In
( Its place
( When a bullon Is torn out it small
piece uf tape Is laid Hal between the
fold of Hi band and the rouged eilites
are hemmed to It und Hi button sewed
to tlu Ul
real crown, which hud been spirited
to thu i oist ny his former omplovei
rue (.liinamiiu maile a pHKrlmnite tu
the Post. nml. Ill Hood i:i ullsh and no-
nnn.mlv u,.oL-i,. r,,iinii..
plained tho sltunth
Ion to thu dejiarled
lioldlnt,' him per
for thu loss of tin
homo nml family every time he left
the post, nppllcd to tho polleo for ns
tdstumc Tlio ariust of the crazy
Clilnnmnu Is cxpeclod this ufternoon.
AT 830 TONIGHT
(Slseml ItuleSln CaMf
BALTIMORE, Md June 29. The
convention has adjourned until 8:30
o'clock tonight. The progressive dele
gates havo considered tho availability
of John W. Kern, U. S. Senator from
Indiana, to sweep the field. Some pre
dict that a nomination will be reached
before six more ballots are taken.
t Associated Press Catit V
BALTIMORE, Md., June 29. The
twenty-second ballot gave Clark 500,
Wilson 396, Foss 43.
ISiws-lnl tin lit I In rahle 1
SEAGIRT, N. J June 29. Wilson
not to go to Biltimore.
He thinks ft would be undignified.
U. S. SHOOTERS WIN
(hnraiil It ii 1 1 1-1 1 ii futile )
STOCKHOLM. Sweden. June 29.
The United States team led in the first
day of the International rifle shooting,
part of the Olympic games. Great
Britain is second.
iReeclal 11 ii I let I n ruble)
BOSTON, Mass., June 29. The third
annual aviation meet opened today,
with Harriet Qulmby and Blanche
Scott, the women flyersi Lincoln
Boaehey, Martin, Fish, Hamilton and
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i:itM:i.i:. cm Juno io.jlaiiiiii
Millers fume and persona" nppeai-
Arthur W Itleu und (Jeorge i: Thorn
, unnia ii i. I'miitnin hill. I
nftor nn hour of eonsultntlon. ending
with cci tain slRiud iloi'iimentB and thu ,, ":'" -"- .""" ,u """
liansffr ot ii iheik. hecuiod valuablo '' ''' aJPa"nl hl Underwood has
pinnies or tho nged itoot III his homo " ,'"""'., The delegation has voted
lit "'llio llclRl.U" to ignore these Instructions.
, m . A report is current that there is a
Of thu. 15,01)0.000 bushels of bonded i',or Underwood to step aside for
lllllinillnn grain linnilleil hy llio ulovn' C"' anU th,al, ln f'ur Underwood
lum In Uulinli, thcro nro only a,O0U,..wi'' be named for the speakership.
000 bunliolg left, I 0n ",e twenty-first ballot, the voto
The Mayor (luyuur Titanic relief stood i
fund hak reuchrd a lotnl of. JU9.TS5 Clnrk, 608 Wilson, 39SVi. Th other
showed little change.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
Bryan Thought To
f AsstK'liiliil T'rss cillle
DALTIMOME, MD., JUNE 29. THE
DEADLOCK IS APPARENTLY
BREAKING. THE TWCNTIETH
BALLOT GIVES CLARK 512 TO WIL
SON'S 3S8. IMMEDIATELY AFTER
, THE TWENTY FIRST BALLOT
i GIVES CLARK S03, WILSON 395.
Assni'intin r-rrsn cable I
BALTIMORE, Md. Juno 29. Tho
convention has now pono through with
iti eighteenth ballot, with tho variout
delefjatloni. in most cacet standing
stubbornly by 4hoir first choices.
There has been practically no varia
tion' tor many ballots. Tho eighteenth
ballot shows the vote as follows:
Clark, 535; Wilson, 361; Underwood, '
125j Harmon, 29j Marshall, 30j Bryan,
1! Kern, 3' ,,; absent, V 7.
On the, fourteenth ballot Hawaii'
delegation switched its vote slightly,"
casting ono vote for Wilson, four for
Clark, and one for Underwood, and ha
continued this lineup on the succeed.
Y.iinnin jcnnings uryan caused a
sensation when he cast
Wilson on the fourteenth ballot. Ho
declared that he would withhold til
vote from Clark as long as tho New
York delegation voted for Clark, as
serting that the New Yorkers renro-
sented only the wishes of "Boss" Mur
phy, the Tammany leader, and that
Murphy represented the same interests
that sought to dominate In the Chi
He then cast his voto for Wilson.
His speech, eloquent and Impasiioned,
sent the convention into an uproar.
It is the general belief among tho
political wiseacres that Bryan has now
eliminated any chances he may have
had of being a serious candidate, and
that he has offended not only tho Clark
forces, but powerful Democrats more
closely Identified with the Tammany
No nomination was even approached
on tho nineteenth or twentieth ballots.
On the twentieth, the Kansas dele
gates deserted Clark for Wilson amid
cheers from Wisconsin.
The Undervood delegates are now
regarded as the pivotal point of the
convention. Underwood has controlled
from 110 to 125 delegates since the bal
loting first began. Tho candidate to
whom he cajts his strength should be
able, it Is asserted, to pick up enough
more votes to get tho necessary two
thirds. ( ililllluiml eahle news l'liuc !))
BRYAN MAKES ANOTHER
GREAT CONVENTION SPEECH
fiwlil ltnlti tin Oabio)
BALTIMORE, Md, June 29. Tho
twentieth ballot gavei Clark, 5t2i Wil.
son, 38B'2i Underwood, 121'a Har
mon, 79, Marshall, Mi Bryan, 1) Foss,
2l James, 3.
Bryan's speech created tho wildest
scene of the convention nnd was the
fost sensational incident of the gather
ing to date.
The famous Nebraskan leaned on the
rail, holding a palm leaf fan and shak
ink n warning finger at the delegates.
With a defiant glare in his tye, the
perspiration streaming from his face
and his voice husky, he made a bold
and defiant harangue for a progressive
candidate and n progressive platform.
Cheers, yells, hisses and wild Ques
tions were hurled at him, but he did
n0 take heed of anvllilno hut ih. nu,.
poto of i,,, denunea10,
(WILSON WON'T VITHDRAW.
Voodrow Wilson may reach Balll-
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