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PRESIDENT IN CONTROL OF CONVENTION
GLASS IS NAMED TO HEAD PLATFORM COMMITTEE
A WILSON OVATION
Several Prolonged Dem
onstrations Are Held
ROUTINE CARRIED OUT
Cumminprs Delivers Keynote
in Defense of President ;
Message Sent Wilson.
NEW YORKERS HAVE SCRAP
Try to Stop Roosevelt Joining
man Is Pummelled.
SAN rRANCIBCO, .lunn 28
From the shadow ill the GrOlden (Jala
inn hosts of dftmoeraoy sent . Hair
ing' tribute ncrou the country lj-
ciay to Praaident Wllaon.
The national convention flutiK
fide fir the moment the huslnesi.
before It, while delegates carried on
a demonstration that swept the Kie.it
gathering off Its feet.
It was 11 h.tlf-nour before the out
burst evoked oy a lUddM display
of the president's portrait could be
tilled. Again and again, us his name
wa mentioned, the cheers broke out
new to culminate In the shouts of
approval that adopted and sent to
the white nouee tonight, a striking
testimonial of his party's faith and
pride In tho man, who has led It
through troublesome years.
As the noon hour and the open
ing ilrv.e approachci', a color gun i d
of marines appeared on the plat
form. A six-foo! sergeant, with the
gleaming folds of a regimental rial
In his hand made a vivid spot of
color on the platform. At his side
stood the armed non-commlssloned
cf fleer of the color guard and with
them two marine buglers.
"When Vice I'halrman Kremer of
the national committee ;rv the
signal, a bugler sounded "attention''
tlii. sharp, staccato call rang out
over the uproar of the convention
The first notes of th i star Spangled
banner rang out 'rom the lirind and
organ together and as delegates, al
ternates, spectators and attendants
stood in tribute a monster flag
dropped from the celling to form a
Wall of color behind the platform
3; fcacureu' the view of the havd
ralary and organ loft, but in It fell
the booming tones of ihe Organ rose
from behind It, Joining with male,
tic thunder In the national antrum.
From floor, and galleries, delegates
nd Spot tutors Jotned in the mighty
Then came the tOUOh that set the
OOflVcntlofl off with a wild extiltn
tlon, The great flag wis galheieil
lowly upward In ihe slings and a
It rose, it uncovered a flag draped
and Illumined portrait of I 'resident
"llson, placed against the high
pipes of the organ. For a moment
there was brief pause. Then came
A wllil rhnot rang from the floor
it was caught no and eohoed from
ride t Mf hi,!,, with hysterical
force, ihe sound grew and grew, a
formless, tonolon thing that bad In
It something that itlrrd the blood
and pul.ed at the emotl ms Dele
gates leperi on thele chairs, wav
ing i. nit shouting The,- stampeded
Into Che aisles Jostling ind eheerln.:
In a pa'ked mass before the plat
fWni 'Over In the Virginia section a dele,
gate ripped a standard from the IMfj
nd charged toward, (he speaker s
stand, waving It high In the air.
ilher states followed Some of them
were slower to get In motion hut as
the shouting and tumult continued,
standard after standard came up and
the march around the hall began.
In tin- New York so-tlon a -i-t-ant
sccrctar) of the Navy Itonee
vrit seised it standard anil cashed
lnu ih,. crowded all, battling
with others i, , sought with eager
hands to uphold the sign.
"tit ih, m won- some among the
New Vork dcleguUon who strug
gled with lloosrvclt to prevent him
carrying the state standard In the
" ti-t.fi..,-, for . 1,1, ,,,
TOafa Mini a lively m rtintnugr akin
to renter rush In a root hall game
Hi which fists were flying and there
renn-d j,v , of blHdy imore.
A policeman who liitorfen-d got
-jxniiiiiellng. One nuin had hi
at dragged off and several men
n their noeo glass,. . ff0 one
w" hurt. ihe protesting dele
ffnte ehaiigx-d tlmlr mind and
ItiMTsevelt trlumplianilv married
off with , in. Npw York standard
t Join the Wilson demonstration.
A shout of added inteiialty marked
the drlegutiw' reongnlttoi, of the
Incident and a cheer for llooaevelt
"mult ""t tSSm
ft Applause still J.urlts.
W It was long belnre order could be
restored Bven whin vice flialr
man Kremer hud launched upon his
speech, echoes of the storm still
lurked In ih- uir II- ,er-au-dly
CONTINUSD ON TAUB TEN.
Message is Sent
AUDITORIUM SAN FRANCIS
""". .lune 28. Tho democratic
national convention today on mo
tion of 'lovern-'i 'l iidner of Mis
aourl directed Chaltman Cum
nil.igs to send to 'resident Wilson
a message of their appreciation
and greetings which was unani
mously adopted by the conven
tion. The resolution, adopted Just be
fore adjournment, praised the
enlevements of the president In
the conduct of the war, rejoiced
In ths recovery of tho president's
health and strength and"deep!v
resented the malignant onset" of
the president's partisan foes.
The te egtam to the prootdl ni
sent by Chairman Cummlngs fol
lows: "In recognition of the fact that
the mnmlc of fftftttftrW anil Jeff or
snnson has fallen on your should
ers as the "unquestioned leader of
our Dftrty, the dclcjrutcrt of de-nus-raey
In uatJoiinl convention
assembled, have dlroetrd me to
send you the following resolution
of appreciation and greeting:
The demiMirntic iiarty, assembl
ed in n mi convention, ex
tendi to thn prrcldent of the
l olled Man. Its udmlring and
For OPVOU of tile most fateful
years In the tilstory of our tsiun
try Woodmw WHmoii has occupied
and by his eiiaracleri h-iirning
and isiwrr, lias adnrnnt the hlgh
est office In the gift of Ills
He luis Initiated nnd siMMtn-d
the adoption of great progreaslve
no asures of Immeamireahlr value
and iH-neflt tn tin- people of tho
.Ys thn commander In chief of
live army and navy of the I'Dtted
States he has led the patriotic
forces of his country through the
most momentous struggle In his
tory, and without ohoej, reverse
or retardation, lo an honorable
part In the Immortal victory for
lllHTty and democracy, won hy
the free natltins of tlie worbl.
We hnll these achievements,
sir. and are proud that fhry have
is oh aifompllshcd under your
We rejohv In the reeovery of
your tictilth and Ntrength uftrt
months of suffering ami affliction
which you have home with
courage and wltlioin eoniplalnt.
We deeply resent the iiiallgiuint
onset which von have most un
dcsorTi'dly lieen calU-d upon to
sustain from partisan foew, whose
Judgment Is warH-d and whose
lsreeptjons an ohsi-urcil by a
imrty innJh-e, vvhlch contllutes
a lamentable and disgraceful
Hige In our history.
At this moment, when Ihe dele
gales lo tills convention from
ciei-y state 111 the union are ale-ol
to enter upon their formal pro
ussllnirs we uiuse to send an
expression of cheer nnd admira
tion and of congratulation.
We rejoice nnd fcllclate yrra
tipou your siSMdy risvery from
your rodent Illness and (singrulu
bue AmiMica that though tern
isirarily broken In tsaly tliat yoti
liave heeii able with unoiouded
vision nnd undaunted courage to
press on for the great reforms
which you have fathered for the
preservation of Miec ihmughont
Ihe world In the Interest of hu
manity and the advancement of
civilization. lyinjt may you live
to serve America and the world:
ATLANTA, OS , Jans !I. Ths propiwrd
amendment to the stt constitution tv
Ins womtn th rlslw In vols wss killed
in ths ssnst todsy. Th vots was It
I1KNEVA. Jun II Ths first offlrlxl
Hireling of lh ttsgns "f tistlens will b
hela hr nrit November, according to
Information reielved today from tha prtn
olpal allied capltala. The queatlona in
volving the far and near esata which wttl
DETROIT Jim CV-nk H. Dohany.
proii.tnent Htiornr n1 bank director, ac-
UB--1 f ktlllDg ' it i Dwyr of Mlrldlea
born. Kx., In a downtown offlca butldlnv.
tood nuita when arraif nad In muntrii j
court today. Not gulltr waa antarM and
lohany wu raJaaaed on b-ll of f.O.OOO
MXON, III., Juna II Plwenaion
mona mambara of tha Prtklna Gruva bu
t hr..n church, amith, of Dlion. r Mill tad
In mmt of tha niamhrra bratkltf Into
tha rhurch building, .lining tha night and
with aii ana nwi tieuiuiring pwi an-i
pulpit, according tn crunty offlolala. Hv
aral arraata ara aipactad.
iBERLIM. Juna H. Chancallor Kon
atantln lbranbach. haad of tha UW
(lei man government, read In tha ralch
tair today tha daclaratinn t tha gov
ernmant'a program, "rjermany, having ac
cepted tha treaty of Vematllea. cannot, an
long aa the count rles form art y '-nanilaa
do not convent to modtf icatlopa. do othar
than make every effort by Ita Internal
and axtarnal policlaa to ax acuta tha en
gagement! taken Inaofar aa that ta pua-
tble." ha aald.
CF.NTRAI, PARK, NKW TORK STATi:,
June SI. The I.arian monoplane which
yeaterday apparently eatuMlehed a new
American non-etop record by a flight
from Omaha. Neb . to Unraiirr Pa., to
day completed tha eeond log of Ita Jour
ney to thle Long laUnd flying field. Tha
plana arrived hara In bd inlnutea from
Plna Valley. N. J , II mlla from Phlla
delphlft, where It waa taken from l-.n
caatar after been forced to -; i
tAaxa Uaa.ua) wt a, Uuca, tuaaa.
BATTLE IS SEEN
Three Days May Be Con
sumed in Reaching
ALL FACTIONS PRESENT
Ultra-Wets, Ultra-Drys and
All Shades of League
Advocates on Committee.
BRYAN OPENS TWO FIGHTS
Submits Platik on League
Will Lead Fight Upon
fiAN niANCIICO, June 2S. The
fight over prOhibiUon, the league Dl
nations, the Irish nuesilon and other
subjects which hve troubled demo
cratic leaders in pre-eoiiventlou k
i usslons were centared tonight in
ihe conference room of the c.ommlt
lee un platform and resolutions.
As tho committee sessions began
some of the most experienced In the
ways of platform building predicted
It might be three days before the
finished product would be ready for
submlMlon to tho convention and
that even than there probably would
lie minority reports bringing the pro
hibition issue, at least Into a fight
on the convention floor.
All PMfckM l'nwent.
All elements were represented IB
committee, which had one member
from each state. There wore ultra
wi Is and ullra-drys, league advo
cates and league opponent!), and
representatives of nearly every other
shado of opinion on many other
William Jennings llryan ww there
to lead the fight for a bone dry
plank and James It. Nngent of New
Jersey irtu the field marshal for tha
aeta In the treaty fight, the ad
ministration representatives Includ
ed Senator fllass of Virginia and
Secretary Dolby of the slate depart
ment, while opposed to the admiu-s-tratlon
stand was Senator Walsh of
Montana with several oVhers wh0
voted in tho senate to Lake the re
VY. Hourke Cochran of New York
was the leading advocate w the con.
vcutlon of an Irish Independence
Ileaidcs these there wero many
other distinguished democrats on the
committee's roster, inclidmg VlOl
I'resident Marshall, and former Na
tional Chairman Vance Mcf'ormlck.
CONT1NUKD ON I'AUI TEN.
WOMAN IS DROWNED
WIO of WOilLliy St o 1 man ml Oil
lAiid Owner Ia-ocm i.if In Small
Imd Nrar Oiltou.
Special to Tha World.
OlLTON, Okla., June 28. Mm.
Q01Vt McKlroy, aged 32, wlfft of a
prominent farmer ami gtocknian, hv
i: ;- if.- glx mllM north of Olltnn,
Rfftl drowni'it about 5 o'clock th i
uf trrntion, while in bathinx with a
party of ladles, at a plftO known a
The jLaagoon, which in noar ih Mc
Tho other wnmn of the party
mad heroic efforu to save Mm, Mc
Klroy when flho got beyond her
depth, but she went down btfure
hor companion could reach hvt.
Aid wan summoned from a ti' arby
ranch and the body waa r.-cuvrrea
about 20 mlnutftn after thn drown
LtiK occurred. Kvery effort wan
Rlftdi to remiHltatc tb victim, but
the rcKCjorg- weru unable to revive
The MrKlrnyw are well-to-do and
own valuable oil land m ar Jenningg.
Harding Leaves Jersey
to Return to Capital
ItAKITAN, Hi J., June 28. .sena
tor Wantn (J. Hardlngr republtrir.
pi egldential nomlnHe, acrompunled
l y Mm. Harding and Senator Krank
It. Kellogg nf MlnMfOt, left for
Wahlngton th J evening mur-h brne
fmed in health of a reFtful week-end
i the country homo of Senator Joh
eph L. Frolinghuyeen. Tho only
event or mo iat aay or the rioml
nec'g brief vacation, whirh wan void
of all political work, wan a foumome
at golf on the links at Far HMls, N.
J , with HenatorH Krelinghuyaon,
i-ittir ana iveoogg
Man Killed on Way to
Meet Wife and Babien
UCMM; kla., June 21. Merlin
Biikt-r of this rify was killefi in
LouIm recenth when hit by a freight
train, according to word received hy
nih wire, ine nony wo iJiiri.-d thgY
I On hi" pemon wam a h irer to HU
wife anliing her to meet him with
Uiu bulit iu Kaiuitus City,
President iison was
shown to lie in control of the
party miifhiiu ry mi the open
ing day of tin' democratic
convention at. Ban Francisco
The keynote was delivered
by National Chairman Homer
CumminK.s, who defended
Wilson and flayed the repub-
lieani for rejection of the
carter oiass of Virginia
administration leader, was
chosen unanimously chair
man of the committee on res
olutions, after Senator Walsh
of Montana, backed by
liryan, withdrew, when a poll
showed Glass to be in the
Senator Joseph T. Robin
son of Arkansas, another ad
ministration leader, was rec
ommended for permanent
chairman. His election is be
lieved sure today.
An ovation for President
Wilaon lasting on to a half
hour featured the opening of
The credentials committee
chose W. T. Asher of Iowa
chairman and decided to hear
the appeal of Senator James
A. Reed for a seat as a dele
gate from Missouri.
The rules committee decid
ed to recommend that nomi
nating speeches be heard be
fore the platform is submit
ted, but that balloting on
candidates be deferred until
after the platform is adopted.
Thomas J. Spellacy of Con
necticut was chosen chair
man of the rules committee.
Talk of McAdoo still filled
the air and the name of Sec
retary of Agriculture Edwin
T. Meredith of Iowa was
linked with him as the vice
Leaders say it may be three
days before the platform is
agreed upon and reported.
Important Conference Is
Opened at Capital on
CALDERON IS CHOSEN
Only Mexican Received by
Wilson Is Ambassador;
Villa Agents Come.
WASHINGTON, June 28 Im
portant act ion affecting r llAtlorti
hetivfers the I'nited Sra.teft and
Mexico fa expected to reatilt from
conference which began here to
day with rtprt BtAthfM of ihe pre
sent regime in Mcxj.-o, Amrl. an
government official nnd utfftRtg Oj
Oeneral Kranclwco Villa, a partici
pants. Fernando Iglosdaji Chid-ron. a
prominent .Mexican, arrived t"day
from Mexico City with tiho rink of
arrvhoMiador. All the cm Ins-v.
wheie he la Maying, would vty of hi
vlait, that hn in hre on a "n- uUl
mlsaslon.' It wa h-arned, however,
from official ivmrce that ii object
Is to dlgcuan the relations btWn
th rwrn counterle to rIMUVsJ &hm
J'cUnrr of thl country tOWftPsI
Mexico and lo e-ek recogn It Ion ot
the regime there,
Caldron win ennted for this
because he i known In Mxt :o as
tho only ftftteM rtOIVM the
White house by I'reldent Wilson.
It Is understood that ha Is Bmng"r-
-ed to pledge tho preen' Mexico n
government to perf .. actg which
would meet thy re'riw rm'nij of re
United States to on tin recognition.
O-alderon t empo verrd to ti eat
with th representatives of Central
if in.. . i t i ..iii Tt.. f II li jI m m
viiiu. nil ring nn vmh. w im
have refuswd to recogn Ite lUo nw
i renlnie and recent yissued a m.in!
I festo to Um Mexican peup Mtting
'forth their position
Offtcltla of the at dep.i'tiof nt
will study the ptatemeniH tt boh
I factions before commlt'ing 'h na
tion to any policy, ir wu eaid The
etate depai tment off I rials will coll
ier w.th ClUerou unoffici'i.Uy.
GAINS AT FRISCO
Hoomor.s Wait for Word
From Him But He
Leaders Are Getting Togeth
er in Rounding Up Senti
ment for Nomination.
COX MEN ARE INDIGNANT
Refer Inquirers to Dayton
and Ohio on Divorce
Story; Hunt Orginator.
nimo it rn mnn Ji
lirTIXCiTON, . V.. JtUM 2H
Will ijt lit ii. McAdoo liifin imjsj a
nrtNsiN'rimin. ulih whom h
OOMsSttlVd to lalk at liln CXntflU
home here UNtlght, llmt In dOM
not untit Ui Ih' "lMihrcl" fsboitl
llr rrfiim'd itlMUite.v to tUJa
cum t lie ileitMN'ratU' itHlioiuil
oooYOBtioo or Um HUiteiiM-nt or
TtsOffJIM tt Iove, national CXMtt
mlt ii-4'inan fritm TexitN, 1 1 tin bfj
would not refime the pnxblenthil
noiulnuttoii f ih convention
The n W I p a MM n n mix
fopH(l hy a watehiium wlta for-
Isnle ciili-finoc to (he gronmlN, but
he Hih Ind im I'd to OOllsiniltHClMf'
Hlili .Mr. McAdoo who apieared
".Now what in on your mind,'"
Mr. .McAdoo linked.
The caller c plained Im dcMlntl
to dNeiiHS the democntlle eoiiveu
lion ami the uiieNiion ulHitJirr
Mr. Mc AdiNi WOttM sVOOBM the
nominal Ion, wlicrcuoii MoAdoO
HiJited he would have nothing to
MS on hOM MtPjOOtl for pOMl"
The former MOFOtsWy of tho
treasury uM he M no iQfsmg o
OOMMttUtoOtlOfl with Ihe conven
tion and 1 hat he "pif erred io
learn of lin ooUJitMI through the
liewximiM'ri, like any l lu r ill
tei t-Mled ell Ifjea,1
lie deoHlled thn MpOVtOII offer
lo keep him Informed of onven
I Ion dt i elopmeut, dff daring he
preferred not lo Imvo the priviw )
of hil home 10VAdod
' Should very lmorlAiit ile
velopiiu'til take phui at Naii
Kninclheo nuiy I cotnmunhuJc
wiih you ' the Interv fewer aMkcd.
"Mo, thank jon, I would not
AiiNwer the phone."
The popOfftOT then ohmlcrrtNl
to bring Ugfl nie-uige, nnd Mr.
McAdoo declined the offer.
"I much prefer uutl elutll luivo
to IihsIsi unui not ladug 1In
tui t-MHl,'' he .! lar.'d
Mr. McA(Uo lute taken a three
yttir kMW ti a rctddeiic" here
and it Ih . I Is plunning to hulld
u home uIhujI a hi I h from I Ih
SAN KflANCIHTO, June
ThfJfi li more McAdoo I. ilk in the
air tonight but there k h ppa rent ly
no change in tho real situation
among ihe various MWdlltM
Tonight nh'iwa the fir-st eigne of
a movement among the leadet m and
rnanau'ern tn round up sentiment
among the uniuxiruced delegations
and BOfiXpute 1 h (HisalbUtles of
nominating some ho dy.
rrlnclpally, tonight Is given nvr
to meetings of th four big cp'timit
teee in th" gie.,1, building which also
housji the ronvehtlon auditorium
1 he lenders and canu'd nuin
agirr nil' nil un'i- the nme roof
I rd although th v are engaged tn
eommiticH business hey are not
losing the opportunity to confer and
possibly get together on the makings
of a slate of their own or possibly
decide to accept one which tho
drift among the delegations, may be
forcing on them.
McAdoo boomer hoped nil day
that their ran did ites wmjld mske
Mm Ktatemeiits. amplifying the de
Oturstlon of national nimmlitcrman
bOV of Texas that the no ml nation
would not b roj0Ctod Home w.-ie
dlsapptdnted and OthOfl thought Mr
COSttUVKV i PAOU T n .
New York Life
I nsu ranee Co.
Farmer & Duran
203 pahMi BMgi fkoat
ii " . -" . . ' " '-' . . ,i
Senator Oirter Olass of Virginia waa yesterday elected unanimously
' hah man 'if the PMolUtiOIUI OOtnmlttM to write the piiitform. BoiMttOf
v.ihi, who was biiomed hv the antt admlrdidmllon crowd for the iialr-
nuiriNhlp. Heron ded Mr. Ulass' nominations.
Decides to Grant
Hearing to Reed
AI'DITOIIU M, SAM CHAM IS
Co., Juih- 2H. Tin- cntlintlJalM
oomaan utt Um SalaaalH
from flrargln luiuliil hv ( lark
Botmo umi i ! 1 i : . i in nuamn
Uaoerai ruimrr iy h roM or 4s
HAN rSASCISCO, .lun it.
The iDiUi'M ImIh - i ri i i i i 1 1 -. uf thn
UoniM'rutii riiitlnnHl i-unviiitlon
tnnlKht dPi'ldi-U to linar ami re
view the elulm of Jami'a A. Kurd,
a&aiOf tfon MlMHouii, to a aeat
an n ileleKate.
Retd'i oppontata eontandtd he
natlunal OODlBlittM hail lllrUdll -lion,
hut their rlulina filially werA
rilsiiilMtKMl and the caan waa aet
down for hearing In Its turn, one
hour belnic allotted to aaoll aldu.
The i-redftntJala eonimldee
elected W. T. Aaher of lown
ehaliinan and prooaadad to bdat
arvutiient In Ihe Ueorala iaj. In
whli h the natlunal . innmliteu .il
niidy hue aeuied I'alinur dele
KHiea and ratified the lalaottOB of
' link Mowall un aatloaal commit -
tef nian over the OORteaH nf the
iioke imlth-Toin MTataoa Caotloo,
OIL INJUNCTION DENIED
Tixhn omMiny Askn ourt Onler
To I're.oiil Slule of ;eorgiu
I'rorn IflejpOOttOsl of till.
ATLANTA. .lune fl The Texas
Oil company wag rfusod an injunc
tion to pridilblt the statn of t.eorgla
inspecting oil and colleting fees on
such acts by a decision In fodoffj
district court here today rendered
by three Judges net u y to pjs
on constitutional riuestions.
Tho judgcH In a 2 lo 1 decision
held such Inspection eould not be
applied to oil or gasoline consigned
to a Ocurgla consumer and delivered
In the original package, but that the
stale could inspect that shipped for
Indefinite storage or sold to con
sumers In other than the 01 IkumI
The decision If sustained by the
supreme court, means $fl00 un 0 in
annual inspection fees to the state.
Got MA.00Q Judgment.
NKW IfORICi June 24. IVan'nlln
If. Ii.Jlin, who suffer, d injuries
which nceMslt.it ed a ii 1 1. ;it - t e "f a
on which he waa stealing a ride
.November :'.. 191'-. tod..y wis
awarded a verdict of $ir, Own sgauist
the Krie Kallreud companv hy ft
supreme rnuit Jury In Brooklyn,
TU1.8A, tikla , Juna II .-iUilmum, 10.
ntlnlinUMi, li, sontli wliela. IMI
okiaii'iMA Tnssslay ana t - :..v
garifially fair, n-iillnufl Vmi
ARK A SHAM Tusflat and Wd ftftfatftf
fair. Miitimo'd warm.
K A SHAH t'nacM Iril but generally fair
TuasUay aud WnJudty , cuutiuuaU warm.
ww .,- 'aaass 1 1
MAY SWITCH OVER
Watson-Smith Forctfl Are
Aroused at Seating
G. 0. P. CHANCE SEEN
State May Go Republican for
First Time in History
Say iieaterk LeaderH.
HAN l'ltAN'i:i'i i. June 28.
A routed by what llw y lei m "out
rageous treatment" at thn hand of
tho Wilson controlled national com
mittee, the Hoke .smith-Tom Wataon
faction of (ieorgla demi-4 racy aioso
in its wrath today and declared
'for the list time in her gtorlou
history, Ueorgla may dfweit the
flgrtnOflffttlfl party this year anl go
ever to Maiding "
The Pllltl h Watson combination
recently polled t wo t birds of the
democratic vote in (Ieorgla against
thl one third which went to l'. in
let. rui wit branding this. Mm natfon
il committee sealed the J'atmer
1 Ii b gallon.
1'he auM 1'aliner dolftjgBtlon In adi d
by chiu len lt.it ret r , pusident f Mm
lrur iiicrs union, wU take its fight
to Mo- f re leuthils comiiiili. e thift
afti t no in and later to tha con ven -ticn
floor, according to Itarrutt.
"If we do not get tusMcfl here"
Sfitd Itaneti today "I am alrald tl at
for the first lime In h r glorious
history, lleoi gia will desert the
tftmocffttlo party and go OVOff to
We have come here backed hy
g htindicd thousand rnajoiity nnd
we find ourselves defeated by a
coterie of iibout three indlvhluals
who have no popular support hi
Meorgl i and who estaMlmed an
iibsurd rule without consulting the
"I cannot understand why a corn
niltti o uppngedly re present a' ive of
di mo rfttio st'hllment Should ilellb
rftU If rtfUM to tei ognl.i' Mid hon
or the voice of the ins arity In
Miorgla. What Influenew can bo be
hind such u movement tu nullify
UM will f the people?
"t leor:l i ha nevt i b dted. There
Is no bolshevlsm In out state. We
Kirnply dismrte wliii certain p dlcleM
of the administration and for this
v.f aro pinlh'd by the committee
Ir. a RlOfti undemocratic, . rhltrary
and high handed m inner."
Sin. HaM In Wreck
ffT LOUIS, June 2S Nine per
sons were injured when a falllna
I i ndkerchief caused two car to
ol'ld 1 the mountain ridu at 1'or-
, est Park I lighland-;, a pi eft till i e
sort, lure last night. The handker
1 chief, it was explained jammed the
I rmgfgcni y brake of pM "f the car.
. None cf the Injun tl U aci .
hurl was ud.
Administration Choice Is
Named hy Unanimous
Vote; Slap Bryan.
Arkannan Senator Racked by
Wilson Supporters Wina
ftEAR NOMINATIONS SOON
Rules Hody Favors Calling
for Speeches Rut Would
ttruan Lett Off
At'IMTOHIUM, HAN FRAN
f'sx, Jinan aa. Ttw mib-oora-atitlaa
i - .I nl.-.l hy rimlnnaui
QlaJM lo ilraft Hm- iilniorm fol
Iiihn! Sonnlor (ilam, nhalramn;
BMMtnV WiNh, Miiuln: Vaucw
M. 1 ..1 ml. I, . ivim) ImuiIii , SxTr.
Iliry lolby. 1). ; M M. nn,
1MM H-nnlir MfK'HIar, 'ivn
mww; llcmcn Ilawklna, rlo.
nuh.; Willi:.-. i K. Iutrucrall,
Mnlne; i.e. .run II. Hodaoi, Kan-
TIb tart that ftermtary Colby,
an arkrwiHilrYUm a1mlnlMinMIn
MIMiki'ttiiian, got plaon on Hip
WttbeamtWIUttM of nlnn whlnli will
ilraH IIh lairrm mMIc Willi. iiu
.1. llryan lll nut BM a placn cm
I ho ilrnrtliia- wmmliler, waa
i mi out na) addlilonal rvl-
ili'mm Hun thn alnilnlanallon
rortMn wi-ro In full nmlrol. Knrr.
lary (lolliy, ailnilinvll, will rrp
Maiaa rrrpldnnt Wllann'M vi-wa
on tho loarian of national planli.
MAN niANC'im.t). Juna. 1.-
thn iiriupinMf( cholca of Henator
ilaH ot Vliclnla, aa chairman of
i lie resolution committee, which will
'Imft the platform of tb democrat
ic national convention, and the a.
taction of Hcnalor Joaeph T. llob
iiuioii of Arlianana, for permanent
'halrman of the convcnllon. nilniln
i.iirulhin forcea demonatrated to
nlKht Unit tiny war In complete
'ontiol of thf. convcnllon machinery.
Any planka wh(-h William J.
Iiryen mny ilnalre lo have lnwrted
In the platform and which fall to
P approval of the reaolutlons
cnmmliiee, will therefor have to
ba hroiiKht Info the convention with
Iho Inilomcment of only a minority
Hohlnann for Wlkarm.
Haaator SoUaaoa l accounted a
(horouKh-KolnK ailmlnlatratlon man
.will lin will he w I . ! 1 1 1 1 the (avnl
when any attacks are mad on th
Tliciie two development demon
(traUag the control of the admln
iHtiuilnn forcea, while not loaaenlna
he rhajice of a flrht on the floor
o Ih convention, were pointed out
by Ihe administration forcea aa evi
dence Hint they had the convention
In baai tpi In aplte of their prc
rlrtlnna that Ihev would carry It
ilin.iiuh to the end.
lianalOf IValah linrt Keen nree1 for
hh ohalrniaaatllp by a group headed
nv wenlein (lelcKntlona. Tlley uhan
lond thl field when a canvaaa of
ihe committee rev a 1 ad a majority
(aaalnal them, With the choice of a
chairman, the convention turned at -lentlon
' the dlacuaalon of a method
of linstenliiK He work Senntor Walah
waa unileistnod to have the backing-
of William J. Flryan.
Btaatnr Roblaaon wna placed In
tinmlnntl m hv Mrs. w, A. afeOouaal
of Oklahoma, end his nomination
vvuM seconded hv nil the hu!ch and
I.' n m;rl iin.'ililmoua.
The oomnilttee decided to recom
nii nd the .id litlon of an asmmlat
acrelHry nf ihe convention to th
'lt of officer, and K. K Hrltton of
Vorih Carolina, private secretary to
Daniel, waa chosen for
At the cpenln session of the com
mittee farmei nnvernor itaiston of
Indiana aja ehoeen ahalfwtaa.
The r-.tnmtt'ee on rulee for th
oonvtntlofl elecied Thoiiiiie .1. Baal,
lacy of Conneetleut, chairman and
Immediately l"nk up ihe tiestlon
,t whether t - conrntlon ahould
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