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THE BISBEE DAILY
MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS.
ROOT MADE TEMPORARY ':
CHAIRMAN; VOTE 558-502:
FIGHT SCHEDULED TODAY
Republican National Convention Goes Info Uproar
Praer for Guidance Ends; Rosewater Consistently
Overrules All Anti-Administration Motions: Taft and
Roosevelt Forces Claim Result Favorable to Their
"In the name of the Father ami of
the Son and of the Holy Ghost. Amen
"O, Almlahtv Eternal, and All Wise
Cod. direct nil our actions by Thy holy
Inspiration, so that every prayer and
every work of ours may alwas begin
from Thee, and by Thee he happily
ended, through Jesus Christ, our Ijird,
who taught us to pray
"Our Father, who art In heaven,
hallowed he Thv name. Thy kingdom
come. Thy will 'he done on earth as
It Is in Heaven, (live us this day our
daily bread and forgive us our tres
passes as we forgive thoe who tres
pass against it. And lead us not into
temptation, but deliver us from evil,
"In the name of the Father and of
the Son and of the Holy Ghost.
Amen." Iraer of Father Callahan
at opening of convention.
Officers Pro Tern
Temporary officials fni the republi
can aticml cCiiven,n. nnr.i! Iiv
tlij sob-commltte- on arran., 'incuts,
of which Col. Harry S Vcw of In
IImm is "ii: irraan:
Chairman- Elihu Rooi ". Vrk.
Secretarv l.afaette It. Gleason,-
Assistant Secret.iriK.. C. M Har
der, Kansas; .John L. Moorman. Indi
ana; W White, North Cnrolina,
George L Hart. Mrginla: Jonu II
McNnry, Oregon: H. C. Iindta" Ne
braska1; Horace H Bancroft. Illinois;
John I.. Adams, Iowa. 1'erey E. Stod
dard .New 1 anips.tire- .. I. Dilrvi.-
1 1-. New .-ersey. 1
Seargeant-nt?Arms William V.
Assistant Sergeant-at-ArntH Kd-,
ward P. Thaver, Indiana.
Chief Doorkeeper John J. Hanson.
Chief Usher William II. Austin,
Chief Medical Staff Dr. George C.
Parliamentarian n L. Lamson,
Otllcial Stenographer M. W Ilium-I
enburg, Washington. I) C. j
Chief Clerk 1 C Hecktnser, New-
Chaplains -Rev. James V. Calla
ghan Chicago; Dean Walter T. Sum
tier, llllnoi'-- !)r loseph Stolz, Illinois;
Hev. John H Shaw, Illinois; Dr. J.
Weslev HID. New York.
Heading Clerks William A. Walt,
Michigan; Otto Bossard. Wisconsin;
Thomas Williamson, Illinois.
Tally Clerks Archibald G. Graham,
Indiana; Henry C. Woodill. Massachu
setts. CHICAGO. June IS.-Taft support-J
ers in the national convention today 1
put through the first portion of their '
program by electing Kllhu Itoot tern- 1
porory chairman in spite of the fact '
that Chairman Itosewater consistent- '
ly ruled out of order everv motion '
made by the Uoo-eeIt forces which I
required more than five hours to '
reach a vote on the chairmanship. 1
Kvery step 'vas fought bv the Itoose- '
elt men with threats, charges of)
and bitter inventive. The entire
railing of the roll was beet with dif
ficulties but when the final tumult had
died away UoDt was found to have
A-on by a vote of ."S to .".02 for Gov
ernor McGovern, fourteen scattering (
ana tour not votirg.
Each Side Confident.
Tonight Taft and Roosevelt forces
alike asserted that this vote indicated
a victory for their candidate. The
advantage appears with the president.
however, for while it Is sure he will
lose some of the votes cast for Root
It is claimed he will gain If Instnic- ,
tions arc lived up to. Some of the I
votes ioJepenrtently cast by McGov- j
em leaders who have been urging a 1
compromise candidate are pointing to
another angle and declare it Is very
clearly essential to name a dark
horse and save the day for the re
: While Root was made chairman to
day and managed to deliver Uie "key
note soeech, fighting Is to be re
newed it 11 o'clock tomorrow morn
ing .vhen a motion by Roosevelt lead
ers to substitute a new list of dele
gates for those seated In some con
tested cases heard before the national
committee is to be taken up as un
finished busines. No committees
were named tonight and none will be
Hntll this motion to "purge" the con
vention of "Iraudulent deiegates" is
disposed of. Today they were de
feated on a point of order but the
Roorevelt forces declare that par
liamentary practice will not lx per
mitted to stand In their way tomor
row Bolt Far Distant.
Roosevelt and Taft people carried
out their programs " announced in '
advance almost to tbt letter. The ,
Roosevelt people say toolgbt tiiey
pre goln? to fight every Inch of. the
way. There were crlen of "boilers"
hurled at Taft delegates many limes
to be far distant.
Gov Johnson Fights.
The California leadership of Gov
ernor lllra'n Johnson' early assumed
a belligerent attitude vOuii two
Itooseiptf dptoimtos frnin th fourth
district unseated by the national coin. '
mlttee wire not allowed to vote, but
they confined their protest to elo
quence. Two votes for itoot were the
only encroachment in that state upon
the vost cj.st for .McGoern. I .ater
1'eiinsjivanla made a protest on the (
oe (f nn nlternate
Thtre is prospect however of an
other and een more bitter stmgsle
tomorrow v. hen the conention will
take up the unfinished Lasiness mo
tion or Goernor Hadley to strike
from tlie te-nrorary roll of the con
venMon as prepared bv the national
committee the nanifs of ninety-two
delp-ratef seated by -the national coin
mitiee in contested delegation cates
and substitute those of Roosevelt con
testants. It was In this effort the
vholc day was sient in struggle
Prayer Then War.
The chaplain had hardly finished his
invocation for divine blessing upon
the convention before Hadley was
on Hs feet objecting to the ersonneI
of the convention itself and tills led
in a Ion," and Intricate parliamentary
Hosewater 6t the national commit
tee upon whose shoulders had fallen
,ne ordlnarv perfunctorj duty of call- 1
In? the convention to order and pre- I
sennng ice rccommenaanon 01 me
.committee for trmnorarv othcirs of
"? convention found himself with an
during the session but the
gencv to bolt again tonight
able bodied job of presiding overjment follows
i what seemed to be a turbulent pas
i sionate war of factions. He was rot
i in good voice and clerks with mega
phones were made necessary for an
' nouncements including the chairman s
I initial n.llng upon the Hadley objec
tion. 1 Arcmr.snts Fail.
lac" n",ps was ,nal unul "e "a'
tional commltue hud iiresented the
(Continued on Page Two)
TMC B6 MoiSti
A. I Vorva national committee
man from Ohio, says the country will
go to the dogs If Roosevelt is nominated.
CHICAGO. Juno IS -The Taft bu-,
reait countered on the l(ooseelt men
wn s,atenleIlt!i ,OI,ghtf one from Di-
rector .McKinlev. the other from Wil-
President Taft todaj demonstrated
his absolute control of the national
convention His candidate for tern-1
rorary chairman was elected by an
ample majorlt vote disclosing the
weakness of the Koosevelt faction
j Roosevelt admitted his own lack of
strength bv declining to place before
the convention a candidate for tem-
, 1 orsry chairman His managers at-
(Continued on Page .".)
Congressman William Kent of Cal
ifornia ses the -death of America
Institutions' If Taft is named.
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By John T.
IS NEW FEATURE
OF ELECTION BILL
Identification Card Permits
Voting in &xty County
in the State
HOUSE HAS FUN
PISnRB REVIEW Ul'REAV. ROOM
.., Western Union Building, Phoenix.
June IS. (Special) The November
e'fetion which will be held in all
probability Is resionsibIe for the leg
islative session holding on. it being
the desire of the members to enact
several election bills which at ad
journment this afternoon were still
pending. Of all these, the registra-
tion and primary acts are the most
1 important and while the nouse has
j agreed o th context of both, they
j have not as vet been finally passed,
I but v.ill be In the senate by
' noon tomorrow. Consequently the
final adjournment depends entirely
on how Ions a time the senators will
consume In th" consideration of
Vote Any Place.
One election bill passed by the
senate today provides for the Is
suance of a sort of roving voters
commission, a registration certificate
which permits the holder thereof to
vote In any county of the state. Of
course, these certificates are non
transferable and carry the descnis
tlons of thir rightful holder and are
more elaborate than the descriptions
used In the Flertillion system forjenly that he would talk with the -it-convlcts
The bill was .irged especial- ' ness about his testimony befo e
ly by trainmen who claimed they toiirt reconvened In the morning
are by reason of their work fre-1
quently disfranchised from not being
at their legal residence on election
days, but out on their runs. What
the house wll' do to the bill is a
No Pu-chasing Agent.
The purchasing agent scheme was j
finally kis?ed good-bye t both houses
after much conferring It wi'l be re-
called that a proposition had been In
jected by the senate in the clerk hire
bill for a beard of control The fight
to eliminate the amendment In the
house was lea by. Representative
Jacobs of Mancopa county, and his
clevornes and leadership earned him
a victor, however, onlj alter a hard
tght Gloom in administration cir
cles or rather among friends of Gov-
1 rnor nun' over tne octcat ot me
purchasing agent plan was very ap
parent wherever they congregated
tonight, while joy pervaded In the
1 group of Ja-obs men.
I The house passed a campaign con
tribution publicity bill and the state
1 ttx levy after striking from the bill
1 c tow fnr wnrld'H fair hmulH whlrh
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consequently no lovy will be neces
arr Hunt Signs Bills.
The governor added to the list of
completed mcasutes by signing and
approving several bills today. Ihe
1 most Important of which are the
anti-piss act, the foreign Insurarce
company tax and the bill regulating
the hours of opening and closing elec
tion polls, the last paraed adding
two hours to the voting period. He
also sent to the senate the name of
W. If. Plunkett, of Maricopa county
to be state examiner. The appoint
ment of Frank ltrown to be superin
tendent of the reform school at Ben-
JUNE 19, 1912.
(C.)tlf M tfj by J..tn T ilrOulch.vj. J -
iSOIIRT FAVORS '
j them whipped, said Senator Oi.on,
Admonishes Witness Not toj"r of nl',e ,to07" n"n;
Til U TO after the convention had elected Root
iaiK wnn niiyi'ix ic-
FORD IS PEEVED;
l.Ob A.NGKl.ES, June IS. George "It take .ill) votes to nominate,"
Hehm. of V. i.sconsin, unc'' of Oitie,ho declared. 'Root for chairman re--Mc
M.Tiigal. tes'."ed In the briber 1 celled 33s votes. In this vote were
.tiai o: Clarenc? Darrov tod.iv tli,.t included seven irom Illinois instruct-
'L'arro had trought him to l.os
Ange'e-- to get Ortie Jl'- l.ti'gal to thee delegates hae already aji-rO-u!,m
his confession. 'Truii or j nounced their intention to carry out
no truth. ou got to get mm tr fine 1 instructions." Dixon claimed tor
ai')"", Darrovv told blm the v ti I Roosevelt 22 votes cast today for
no-, t-'"iled, when he ro t t- Rot. iltlch were instructed for
Darrow that Mc.Manigal refused to be , Roosevelt, and expressed confidence
Influenced. The witness aiso said J that the credentials committee of
that he had denied befor the grand the convention would throw out some
jury that he tried to in1ncr.ee Me 1 contested delegates seated by the,
Manigal. as Darrow had told blm toinntional committee. 1
so testify ! Say Voted Wrong 1
Ford Gets Penved "Maryland, where the entire dele-
Cnder cross-examlnfctloii by Dar- 1 gallon of sixteen wa3 instructed, ior '
row himself. Hehm contrndicted the Roosevelt at the primary, eight dele- I
latter statement and said narrow had Rates today voted for Root for teiu- i
told him to refuse to iiniii" any 1 lorary chairman. ' the senator in
questlons which might be asked bv 'slated.
the grand jury regarding his relations "Oregon, where the entire ten votes
with McSIanigal. were instructed for Roosevelt for
Darron- asked after Edloiirnnict president, the delegates today voted
that the court admonish the witness
not to converse with any one and
after a vigorous resistance, during
which Assistant Prosecutor Ford said
he would not heed any such Instrue-'
tions, the Judge admonished the wit-
ness as requested. Ford stated op
COIN FOR CHING HWA.
PARIS'. June IS An agreement on
the subject of the Chinese loan was
reached today by delegates from the
group of international bankers repre
senting the United States, Great Utl-
tain, trance, Germany, Russia and
apnn The agreement is subjec to
'ho approval of the governments par-
tlcl;ating in the loan, all but one of 1
which ratified It.
son was confirmed. ,
Wake for Worsley Bill.
The arrival in the house of the 1
senate bUl calling for u constitutional
amendment abolishing that body was
the slgncl for the laying aside of real
work and enjoying a littlo nlay The
bill was In no way seriously consid-
ered and was made the butt of rldl-
etile from the outset. There were
many amendments offered which
forded an opiortun!ly for some good
natiired roasting in both the member-
ship of the honse and. the senate. It
all was hugely enjoyed by the gal
leries. At iho close of the consbbra
t'on of the I ill nearly every Will
which the hoire has had an kind of.
a scran on and which hid been do-!
leafed w-as read Into the .senate abol-; seven delegates and the democratic '
Ishment measure and as amended the congressmen from Nevv.Jersev con , AMERICANS FREED
hill wns finally laid on table jfcrred with Governor Wilson m-re in- MEXICO CITY, June I.S. Dr. D. C.
The fun came during a sitting of 'day about the coming (taltlmnre con- Crossman. the American wko was ar
tlie committee of the whole and be-j mention, and after the meeting Con-Rested b. federal authorities at Te
fore its settlement, Moore of Yavapai, irreusmtn Hughes said the relative . P"c on the charge of having aided'
moved to n'iso and report the bill to 'strength of the various candidates fo- revolutionists In that territory, was
the Salvation rniy that t might be
saved, when Wren of Yavapai in
second the motion to arise declared:
Sad Indeed, it is to face
Propositions of this kind,
It Is indeed a solemn case
When liHitghty senators loose their
CHICAGO, June IS "We have
'afternoon proves it.
beyond all doubt the
of TafCs nomination.
did not 1 ppear at all
ed at the primary for Roosevelt, and !
' o.- Root. Kour Pennsylvania dele -
, gates went the same wav. 'l his
makes a totsf of 22 from primary
'states who have openly announced
they would vote for Roosevelt. Those
22 deducted from 3."S leave only .".".
' for Taft, being four short of a .ma-
jority. There are delegates from oth-
er states who voted for Root today
who will vote for Roosevelt for the
Why the Split-.
"Commencing tomorrow we will
present the cases of delegates fraudu
lently seated by the national commit
tee from California, Washington.
Arizona. Texas, Alaoama, Kentucky,
(Indiana and other states, g?regatini;
upward of seventy-live, to a new'court
In the shape of 3 credentials commit-
tee that must be passed on by the!
The action -of the Wisconsin dele- 1
gallon in splitting on the temporary
chairmanship Is regarded fisominoas
uy some of the Rooseve'lt'lea'ders. 1
borne of the delegates are said to
be considerably aroused because !.a-
Kollette urged the delegation to tako
no active action in tne temporary or
IN NEW JERSEY
TRENTON. June IS. Six of the
the democratic presidential nomina-
lion was discussed, and he and his
colleagues felt confident that Gover-
nor union would ie nominated., it
was tlie unanimous sentiment of lh
conference, he said., that the Balti
more convention would ho progre'
IDE FIEH1 FROM
M IN HOTEL
Colonel Hidden Away Issues
Orders by Phone; Lead
ers and Chief Hold
l' HUONG DESCENDS
1 Ouurtrttc Sings "Steam Roll
J " er Dili" While Crowd
I . Cheers: Lions
CHICAGO. June IS. 'Tm a better
' warrior than prophet." said Uoo.-,e-'velt,
when asked his opinion of tho
'outcome of the convention, ami that
, was all he would say tonight. Roost
velt directed his own btittle in 'the
convention hall over the telephone.
Hidden away in a room at the hotel,
j he passed most of the time with the
receiver to his ear, listening to re
I ports from lieutenants and issuing
orders in person. In spite of the pres
sure under which he has been work
ing, he appeared to be as vigorous
a., ihe da he left Oyster Ray. The
wire ove- which Roosevelt gave di
rections was specially installed, and
111 uuiBiuer rouiu Ly any cnance ov
When the convention adjourned.
Roosevelt leaders hastened for a
Conference with their chief, which
was extended late Into the night.
Roosevelt s associates predicted con-
, fidentlv that the fight would be won,
although the guarded their plans-
, Tor tomorrow Thev had with them
j to'bles and figures based on todav 4
i developments which showed to their
I satisfaction that the could not be
' beaten Rocvelt they said, was
I pleased at the day's showing.
j fter dinner a throng descended 011
' headquarters Iiv nine o'clock the
corridors and lobby were filled wlta
a solid, struggling mass of men and
women. Police reserves were rushed
to the plate, "but they could do little
to move the crowd in the hall. The
Roof-velt commit tf, rn.l rtviu'.l us
-uie vote mitttkejit' in llvelj spirits by a band cor.-
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tri 1 uuu imiiri'iiiiiui urmurs who
prophesied a victory, and a quartet
which sang a song entitled "Steam
Roller Hill,' amid great cheers.
When the crush became so great
as to be perilous, the hall was clewed
and then began a secret caucu of
Roosevelt delegates and alternates.
Roosevelt ptoceeded from his rooms
to his othce witli the aid of a squad
or strong arm men. finally escaping
into the council chamber in which
Dixon. H;illev. Governor Stubbs-. Ito
rah and others of his leaders await
ed him. An old frieud of the Colonel
said the secret of his abilltv- to en-
1 dure hard work in that he does not
Uvorrv During a few spare minutes
jtodav. he told with de'ight a storj
to the effect that when lie went to
i Africa, Wall street was hoping that
I "ever Hon would do its duty."
! CHlllIAIir., June 1. Sixty-five
I miles -separates tonight the feder. I
j base at Santa Rosalia from the main
! rebel army at Ortiz, ." miles north
lof this cit along the Mexican Central
htailroad. Rebelf who were engaged
1 a vangiurd and ngntlng in and
! about U-i Cruz have lallen back to
Coche. Zo miles souh of Ortiz.
net result of the fighting thus far
I has been nothing more than a tr'-oiit
I lit which the rebels appear to have
I a slight advantage, as the repulsed
the effort of the federals' uank tin
I the main relel army.
1 HUERTA GOES NORTH
: SAA'TA ROSALIA. June IS. The
federal army under General Ilue.-t.i
will move north early tomorrow, us
outposts have paved the way by driv-
Ing the rebels back toward Ortiz.
The big $2'0.000 bridge lias been.re-
consmcted by government troops who
exjiect to find a clear path to OrtU.
where another bridge is located. It
! is vnticlratcd the rebels will destroy
lit, but It is to be rebuilt immediately,
land the advance on the Rachlmba
recei stronghold is expected.
I ROUTED REBELS
' TORRi;o.V. June 18. The van
I guard of General Huerta's army rout
ed a Land of reitcls fifteen miles toutli
of itachimba last Sundav, In a battle
I Uwting from three In the afternoon
.to eleven at night, according to the
1 news received at tederal headquart
1 era here today Casialties were not
1 released today. Crossman protested
that be had been forced by threats
'to go Into the field and care for
wounded retiels. Alfred Gorne and
a negro, both of whom claimed Ameri
can citizenship, were also released.
They were arrested on charges of nbl.
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