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VOL. XIV, NO. 278
TULSA, OKLAHOMA. THURSDAY, JULY l. 1990
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Nominee Says Appeal Is
to Restore Party
Governor Coolidge Says Sur
est Remedy Is Observance
of Constitution and Law.
NOMINEES IN CONFERENCE
Republican Standard Bearers
in Session at Washington
to Outline Campaign.
WASHINGTON. Juno :m. ine I
publicum presldsntla campaign will
be passed "on an appeal to restore
party government as g constitutional-
substitute for pfrft ul govern
ment." Senator Harding, the part)
presidential candidate, announced
today after a confeteeee Willi Cal
vin Coolidge, his running mate, ar, 1
National Chairman Will H. Hays
At the same time Governor Cool
idge In a formal statement do
clat.'d that there must be "a re
turn of public opinion toward a
self-control by the people, toward a
great and overmastering desire to
observe the law"
"Govornor Coolidge breakfasted
with me this morning and we hav
agreed that we will base the cam
palgn on an appeal to restore party
government as a constitutional sub
stitute for personal government,
"The governor and 1 have each
served as lieutenant governor In our
elates and we both have learned
from experlenre how possible It If for
a etoond official In a state to be a
helpful party In a party adminls
tratlon. 1 think the vice president
ahruld -V more than a mere substi
tute in waiting. By re-cstabllshlng
co-ordination between the executive
office and the genste, the vice presl
d"nt can and ought to play a big
part and I have been telling Gov
ernor Coolidge how much I wish
him to be not only a participant In
the campaign, hut how much I wish
Mm to he a helpful part of a repub
lican administration. The country
Heads the counsel and the becoming
participation in government of such
men as Governor Coolldgo "
' Governor Coolldg'! statement
"I am here to co-operate with my
associate. Wo have many problems
ahei'l Many men have many re'rne
dles. The best remedy ir the observ
anio of the constitution and the
laws, not their enforcement, mln-l
you. I am not now speaking of that.
Of course the government will en
force the laws. That Is far front
erniigh. Tlyro must be a return Of
public opinion toward a self-control
nv the people, toward a great and
gVOrmetterlng islre to observe the
law When that Is done the other
problem will fall away, .there will
be peace, prosperity and progress."
Governor t'oolldge and Chairman
Hays attended the regular dally con
ference of Senator Harding with the
revvsnaper eirrrespnndr nts. Senator
Harding's attention was called to a
Statement attributed to Senator
Penrose of Pennsylvania opposing
the proposed plan for a "front
"It Is not surprlHii g that there
should bo a difference of opinion as
to the most, effective methods of
campaigning, ' said Senator Harding.
While, recognizing the merits of
8en.Mnr Ptnross'i proposal for a
rroder.ite campaign trip, the presi
dential candidate said the cotintry
was "calling for deliberate utter
st ces and fur this reason the front
porch campaign proposition appeals
to me." Ho added, however, that no
unalterable plan had been made.
Governor Coolldg said that thus
fir he hid made no plans for a tour
of the country,
Mr. Hays said he had no atate
gient to make. "cucept that he
wanted to keep congratulating the
cci.ntry upon the republican nnnu-
p- plln silk sups. $36 Lee Levering, Tulsa
1 o '.I Pills ASvt.
Havo The World ml!ed to
you while on vacation. Order
from your city carrier, or
from Circulation Dept., World
Office, too per week. Just
send address and check for" a
many weeks a you expect to
Get No Ren po me
at McAdoo' a Home
Ht'NTlNGTON, L I., Juno 3.
A reporter went to the M
Adoo home. All was rpilet atn
the house in darkness A watc h
man admitted the reporter to the
grounds. A maid answered the
front door bell and after much
persuasion consented to take ''
note to Mr. McAdOO'B room.
Written by the reporter, it l"!'1
of the nominating speech, ami
"Will you accept the nomina
tion?" She returned with the informa
tion that all member of the fanv
lly were asleep and that she
wouM not gwgkon them.
Employ at the KoAdOO horne
said from what thoy could ob
serve Mr. McAdoo had re
ceived no information front th"
convention hall and that when
he retired shortly nfter 10:3"
o'clock he apparently was un-aw-are
that his friends and ad
mirers had placed his name be
fore the convention.
NKW YOHK, Junn SO W-.men and
r"vn .in h.' i - 1 and atrrtita for trnf
flckeia In n were ra port ad tly Ha
innovMtlnna In oxta tiHflhed Illicit buaineaa
SAN FRANCISCO, June 30.-- -All miirar
1 lot in en t s placed on aale Imre !,.) wem
juotrd tat ISt.fi h tiutidrodW' i K 111, r
flncra' price, a drop ot 2b 0Ati alncr.'
ycatrrday. Today , ., i u rei i atiiiiMd
decline of 1-1. 5& from the maximum Ol
4it.it) rei(hcd a few wcekta ato.
LONUON, June 30. Albitiilun tronpn
hava atotmed and captured tha ajritat
Adriatic K sApnrt of Valona, tnaklna; pi la
onera of the entlru luium rarrtwon, ac
cordlnr to a Nhwi Agency dlapaicb frntn
Helgrade thla aftern'fun, quuting a tcla
aiatu prevluualy received In iielatada from
WASHINGTON, Juna 30. A tolerrapbic
copy of the reaolutlon adopted by the
democratic national convention pralaln
l he arh it-viiii t-nta f i'ri-anltit WUaon in
the conduct of th war and concratulaU
Ing- him on hia recovery wan delivered to
day to the prcaldant. Jl bad been delayed
In tranalt. There waa no intimation as to
whether the president would ml a reply.
HOHTON. June 30. Jamea Jlokbo of
CltftoOi N- J., a deaertar from the navy,
today confeaaed to tha police t hat he
aet four i ly morning hotel firew which
have endangered thouaanda of Ji va afld
cauaed a reign of tailor among hotel
guttata here In the laat week. Hokbo, allaa
Marrlaon, auld bt hecamu the vlillot of
"volcea" after nightUJj and Mt the flrea
while under a apell.
TiriXA. Okla., June 30. Mliirnum
minimum, aa. eolith winda, claar.
k 1. Uh ii A . Thuratlay and Friday
generally feilr. continued warm.
AKKAN.SAH Thuraday and Knd.iy gen
orally fair, lontlnned warm.
KANSAH: Unaettled but generally fair
Thuraday and i iday, continued warm.
ROUGH ON AGITATORS
Ht. Ixiuls Vurdnutstcr'a A.wtcliuinn
ll ml and Minister iVircllily UJrct
it! From IIiuj llluff.
PINK BtiOVT, Ark.. June 30 J. fi.
Kuhanks, president of tho Hi. Louis
Yardmen's association, and Hev. J.
P. Aregood, a llaptlst mtniMttr of St.
Louis, were escorted out of town by
a oltlsen's committee of nine as they
were about to address a mass meet
ing of labor union people here to
night. They were taken three miles
from tho city, partially stripped,
whipped with switches cut from
trees and told to leave the city and
to stay away.
Eubanks and Aregood came here
to rrvlvee the Pine llluff local of the
outlaw switchmen's union which or
ganized lajtt week, struck and then
went back to work when tho mayor
and chamber of commerce official!
appealed to the members of the
Brothorhood of Trainmen to end the
strike. Brotherhood members to
night denounced the agitators anJ
declared that they will deal only
C rough the recognized heads of
The men, according to their own
statements, came here to address
Pine Bluff labor union memhers "in
Interest of labor" and kill any othar
sentence showing semblances of
Silk nt.lrt mils. Les Levering. Tulsa H"
tl 111.1. Aitvt.
The World Want Ads are eagerly
read by thousands of people every
day and m proof 01 this la their
great popularity, shown by the num
ber of wants that are printed dally
In the paper.
If you have a message, or plea, to
make to this great mass of people,
can you have a better medium than
the Want Columns?
Think this over and then you will
borne to tho conclusion that It will
pay you to keep In clO touch with
the World Want Columns.
Call Oage 6000 and vtk tor Want
ALL WET AND DRY
Vote Is 5 to 1 Against
Every Proposal in
Committee of 9.
DRAFT IS COMPLETED
Full Committee Gets Plat
form and (Joes to Work on
It Behind Closed Doors.
WILSON GETS WAY ON PACT
Prepared U He Wants It
Chiefs Say but Battle in
Full Committee Sure.
SAN FRANCISCO, June 30 III
letting the full OOnUillUCC handle
tho UQnor qiwtlott, the Bub-ccim.
mlttee platform draft mm report
ed to be H In nil tiny plunk ului-l-t'ver
Oil prohibition. Members let
It Ik; known thai hy u vole of ft to
1. the nh-rommlttr! Utld all such
planks on the tabic.
11 the oiicviitc margin, tha stib
OOmmlttM " Hal t linvi" ME
eluded tbfl Anll-Sulonn iMCMfe
lnw enforcement plunk, thoM pro-
x-el by Postmaster l.cnertil Hur
Icmiii for inmliflcullon of Hit- Vol--ti
ail law ninl oilier. The senti
ment of tin- mi b committee mjr-
lly wii." sailil to tie for sllem'e In the
Mtfona on the auoMloa beoMM
or the Intense iMane on both vt
and dry ulilcst und also hecnuae of
oonhwonv over whether the u-
tiuor ipicstlon Is ixdliicMl.
Senator Milicllar prewnted the
Anil-Saloon league enforeenieiit
plank to the mih-uouiiiilltcc and
following Us defeat, ft lo 4. lie said
In- would pieoent It to flic full com
mittee. In t lie efforts to have the full
committee's deliberations wcrct,
outsiders were shooed from the
room when It convened mid sec-
tutoi-H required to remain SO fit
from the ontade door. i.aui'
I'hiilnruui .i;i.-. sent out order ei
tendltur the "dead line" lo ll feet.
Tlio full eomnilitec ad. Vied a
motion that no mem bet should
discuss or give out any Informa
tion concerning the plulforiii nor
any of llic eoinmll tee's delibera
tions until the work Is OOmptotOa,
The Irish pi. ink. as submitted
by the ub-oommltteei expeeaned
jrHUMthl lor the Irish MUM and
held lo the view Hun the league of
nations nould furnish a remedy
for the situation that now engaged
I ho Irish is'ople.
The (uiolnten ronumtiee w-os
still In cxoiullvc .-casiou hehhid
guarded iIihh-h at 1 o'clock Ui
night, listening al the reading of
(he tentative platform, which tool
much time. Aji ull-nlr.ht session
vv as forecast .
s w ritANt ixo, Jane Be.
It r port onate from the u bourn-
mlttee lit 7 o'clock thai It hail fin
ished work dnftina "' tentaUv
platform anil would he ready lo
submit Uu- ilrult to llu' full com
mute at 7:110 o'clock.
s Iho suh-eommh lee left the
room in which It had worked
nearly hours, Senator MeKellar
remarked tliut "no one would ever
have lo ask what Unit phitfoi-iu
uu ant," former l.ovcrnor lliMlgtis
of Kansas added that it was ' epi
grammatic" 'We have, met every Issio with
out fliueliing," said Seeretury
I luilrman I. lass lmMWel on the
suh-eommllli'e a plidgt' of aecreuy.
lie said no plank-- would be made
public until alter action hy the full
coiiuiilitce. All iiieinbcra ex-pm-Mcd
giKTUI sulisluv-tiun Willi
the results ol Um- comiriilus-' la
bors. There won- suvfral clashes dur
ing the ills, usslou of the tentative
draft. 1 or the must sirt, how
ever, mem her aaia ihcLr dollbera-
lions hail been marked wlih the
"iiiohi cordial relationship and
ciutie-st unit alnoere debate."
AX riUa.M'lStXi. June 30. A
long and bitter platform fight to
night confj'uuted the resolution com
mittee when It assembled at 7:30
n i l ick to take up the tenuitivo plat
form draft of the subcommittee, of
nine headed by Senator Glass of
Tho full commit was prepared
to alt well into the night In the
hope of peportins loe platform to
mo coin em ion loiiiiiiiuw aiteiuuon
and having final action taken In
time for balloting on tun 'I Mates
Friday. Tim platform battle waa
confined to the aubjects prohibi
tion, the league of nations and the
Irish questioti. Vigorous warfare on
this trinity, in the committee and
1 robftbty the convention faced the
democratic Icvders i n the other nu
rti.NTINI'K!) UN I'AUK HIXTKK.N.
Kat st th 1 1 .i i in ii i, j' Csftttria. 8sv J
worry sad mousy. Uadtr Wool wortiis. -'
.14 h 1
Attempts to beat McAdoo
were the outstanding develop
ment of tha day at Frisco yes-
The longest demonstration v RnoakiT BwwtM
accorded anv candidate was 1 ,rni 1 , J . 7l)runr.
given mention of his name by Combination Y orm
vrhen ir. Jenkins of Kansus in jr ;it t'risco.
ay lormany presented 11 in
the shortest speech on record
at a eon v ent ion.
Nine others were placed in
nomination, Including Sen
ator Owen, Governor Cox of
Ohio, former Ambassador
Gerard of New York, Govern
or Smith of New York, Na
tional Chairman Cummings
of Connecticut, Governor Ed
wards of New Jersey, Secre-
tnrv nf Airrieiilliin. Mero.litli
Senator Hitchcock and Attor
ney General Palmer.
The name of Ambassador
Davis was not presented but
it w expected it will be of
The convention adjourned
until 11 a.m. today.
Fight on the platform was
resumed in the full committee
on resolutions. The draft just
as President Wilson wants it
on the league issue was in
cluded by the subcommittee.
.Battles were impending on
tha Irish issue, prohibition
and the league In the full
issuiuuuim luiiiiiiiuee. i no
iriSIl piailK IS Understood to
offer n mnthrwl cvf snlinf
. . v ' i It M 1
through the league.
The committee met behind
closed doors and allowed no
one within 50 feet of the
scene of deliberations.
The subcommittee was re
ported to have omitted any
f .. .. ' jm viv.
hb an psupuaaia Bjr a O W
were hopeful of a
moist D lan If, t
Balloitina will not beirin tin
til the platform is reported
ana adopted. Leaders an
hopeful it may be beirun to
night, expecting to have the
platform out of the way dur
ing the tlay.
BRYAN PUTS ON
ri e , j r-ui -i ,
Reieri tO Bible 111 Get-
ting Ready for Bat
tle at Frisco.
SAM FRANCISCO, .lunc 3". W.
J. llryan In a fighting mood, speak
ing at a breakfast gathering to
day, expressed dlaaatiafaetloa with
'he "wet" and "dry" ltuatlon he
fore the resolutions committee. He
said that be expected to fight In
the convention and "hoped to gain
"I have no hope of glory as a
writer of the democratic platform."
he said. "I am a member of the
resolution committee but not one
of the sacred nine. Ilut I tell you
they know now that this lsaue can
not be settled In committee room.
"It takes only on man to bring
In a minority report, and there Is
that one man on the resolutions
committee. I came here as a dele
gate from Nebraska, to take the
case before the thousand other dele
gata ass. nl, e l here, and let them
"I came here to do what I tjn
for people, not to see groat I can
get people to do for me. If I can
help this world to banish alcohol
and after that to banish war, and
If I rnn do that, no office, no
presidency, can otter the honors hat
will b mine."
"The Blbl says that 'one, with
Clod, eh a 1 1 chase a thousand.' " Mr
Bryan said, "and that number I have
to fight. It says that "two shall
put 10.000 to flight,' and I am look
ing for the other man."
Speaking of candidates, Mr.
llryan said he had made no choice
himself nor endorsed any aspirant
If the convention ever re.-i' bed
point where It sought his advice or
suggestion, he added "I could namuuml 1 1 rilled bfg gudlenc to freoUfnl
nozena or oemosniia wormy to sir ' out tnusts or aplpai'..c -11111 l.ittgi I 1
In Iho While llouso. Ti.klng the charges of Ins gnemiai
On the suffrage question he said ngalnst his record one by no . In
he hoped that Tennessee would ra- answered them so eleai'ly that sn
1 If y the national suffrage amc n i-1 t igonlsm from a few In. the crowd
merit "before Uie plaUurru i adop-lwas swept aside n a thunder of ap
TURN TO CLARK
TO BEAT M'ADOO
OLD LINERS MERGING
Leaden 1'rep.uc to Prevent
Nomination Going to For
AID SOUGHT OF BRYAN
Nebraska!! Holds Veto
er; Go Any Length to De
feat leading Entrant.
By The AiHorltM rr
SAN I'KANf INI'O. June 30
Seemingly ill agreement that William
'! atcAdoo has the Inside traok on
the iletnoeratic presidential nomina
tion tonight, attempts were bring
made within the Inner circle of old
line democratic party leaders to pre
yen) his selection by the convention
The plan includes prominent eonetd'
ration "f Champ t'lark, former
I speaker nf the house of representa
tives, as a candidate.
II was understood that efforts
were lictrig made to gel In tout h
with Mr. t'lark to learn If he Would
accept tho nomination If tendered
and that nnoiiu: those whom tin
cmhiuatlnn would hope to enlist In
a op port la W. J. llryan, who en
(compassed the defeat of Clark at
Haltlntore In 1K12. after a maturity
had vot4! fur htm. and forotd Ual
nomlfifttton of wottdrow Wilton.
Hryan'u iickfiowlodged vein power
over tiy .t n. t nl.i I thriiKh the np
mtlotl "f the rule whit h rMUllM
two -1 turns of the 0lA(atM for I
DOmttlfttlOH iniLi1r hlN Hiipptirt to tht
plan f.n-tor iOUfht hy Ital mBJUafOrl
Confrtnoi tutong th$ old lint ImuI
era wen- Kolna; on actively lmnip'11
ati'ly nftt-r tttdav'H ahnlon of th
convention, and they made li plain
I in ineir private expressions that
I 'hey were going lo any possible
lengths to neat McAdoo
These forwardlnu the nltin were
using as one of their arguments f
t'latk as the strongest man to put
up ig;tlnst McAdoo that the party
really owed a nomination to the for
mer speaker In payment for its go.
Hon in n.iltlmore when it deprived
in hi in,- , iif, nin r 1 r pi-jvi i
hiving given him a nt.'i Jorlty some
thing which never had been Son
before In the history of the party.
Opponent! to MrAdoti Weal 'uto
action without delay after the bowl,
lng demonstration f Iran bin by the
oonventlon today, when prevented
against his will as his champions
said and with the argument that he
should be "drafted for the service
of the nation."
The further statement to the con
vention that MoAdOfl bad assured he
would ceept the nomination If II
cam to mm, procitieu a furthei
hrk to th old Una party leaden
ro each other they nrofessed mi
I.enitlve need for prompt and forci
fill action If his nomination w is to
The first concern of those opposed
to McAdoo was to hold the Palm I I
and Cox lines long enough to find .i
candidate to whom tbev could sw'Pn
f'ONTINt'EP ON PAQB IXTKKN
GORE THRLLS HOMINY
"He! American" Is Vhnt Thai I it,
falls SefiatOr Real American -
Bprlul t Thr Wi.rlil.
IIOMIM . tikla , June go. Ac
cording to the OAnaongllS ol opinion
In Homlii) tonight, two real Ann i
leans oami together when John Ab
butt, a full blood Oaage Indian pup
ular and prominent In the Oamgi
i mini , and if txf t.ikcu Into the in
tier council of the great whiti
fgtl ei In Waxhlngti n, intrOdUCegl
Bungtor T. r (inie to a crowd it
over '.(to fitueps assembled to in a
tie hind orator.
eena'or time, In acknowledging
thu Inti oductton, paid a glowing
ntbute la Chitf Abbott as a ttui
rit esentstlve of a re.. I American,
born In the purple, whose cla.m t j
Hie title was without question.
SJeruttor Qor then Ian nob ad into
an eloquent eulogy of real Airier
ican'im and his aearar lauded) him
tc Ut echo. It was a dramatic sot
god upon the stage ot life, the gatb
end multitude being plentifully
spilnkled with full-blood Indian
farmers, laboring men. oil grorbera
and cltlens In all walks of I'.f.
i srnopolltan hut all A met lean
'I'll' blind orator was at his bOOl
Leaders Boom Ex-Sfwaker
Bj pr 3B an i
In Rfiank. sB ';itJaii3a Hv"l0aaaBal
hh at, at'. ut,,Ufl Rr
A move to nominate Champ t'l.nk fnr president was launched at Han
1'ranciseo last night In an effnit to unite on a man to ba( William ti M
1,1,,,, r.it Iho i' mi presidential iimnlnatlnn. II Is anything imw to
luai Mi Adoo following tin iiennnilons demonsl rat Ion given him yester-
WANT ROWE FIRED;
Hearing on Injunction tol
Unseat Election Board
Admitting In his testimony In the
Injunction proceedings brought by
K. M. Howe, of Broken Arrow, fot
five year chairman nf the Tulsa
county election board, against Neal
Monroe, appointed to that position
April i ut this year, that he would
tint have signed tin- letter asking the
removal of ROW from office had h
known Iho contents of the letter, M.
It (llaagow, chairman of 'the Tulsa
county democratic central commit
tee, yesterday before Judge I J
Martin in superior court denied that
Ins actions were sanctioned by the
central committee, and arguments
will l, heard In the matter of the
Inlunctinn against Neal before su
perior court July I.
Jame Springer, representing
Howe, read a deposition from WC'".
It oa letter, secretin' tag state
sleeilen board, in which If oA letter
CONTfNtfBD ON MOB kixtkkn
WANTS STATE OF CHICAGO
CYoetlon of Separate state Onlj Out
1 sane Bats aeauuoHal amiiiiaii'
OntCAOO, June so. --A ggpajrate
"slate of Chicago" may he BSQSgSgry
Unless CV.ok county and down slate
factions compos their differences,
Colonel 11. Hi Chlpperfleidi osndl
hue for 1'nltid Stat senator. Mid
the association of oomtneres today.
"The cregtjon of . . epar.ite' state
: "within the ranue nf possibility
und will be the natural solution of
difficulties," said Colonel chipper-
on Higher Levy Sure
Oklahoma OtTTi Jug II
Willi I4,ltl signatures, or upitroxi
nia'ely IfMI more than the number
required by law, the Initiative peti
tion fostered bv the Oklahoma Rdg
catlon association for an ariiend
ment lo authorial a 6-mlll lav levy
for a stso- common school fund was
filed wl'h Joe S. Morrl- secretary nf
state, Tuesday afternoon bv III-
Jennie i'- Pickering, cietk of the
issnt lnllon Today was the last day
on which tin p. til,, in rnlebl be riled
The campaign for signatures was
I carried nil undi r Hie dlrecton of the
I W. C. Canterbury, secretary of tho
J aasociaUon, who died Monday,
i BURY QUARRELS
FOR FEW HOURS
Damocvati Stirred by
iSiiiKinij; of Old Songl
at I nsco.
HAM FRANCISCO, June 30.. Idft
ed out of itsell by hour Of iratory,
old sonsn Hint tugged at heart strings
ami tiie throbbing appeal of a
mighty ptpo organ, 'he democratic
national 1 mi i t til Ion brOUgbl nomi
nation day to a tremendous emotion
al crisis that hud nothing 10 do with
Onndtdetee or platform issues.
l-'Ueljoliil illfl IICI'M Kill' forgot-
I ten, politic il Jealousies wim: swept
'aside alfd from the seetlllni: tumuli
Inn the floor lo Ihe singing, cheering
I thousands In the packet! gallerl,
I Ihe vast assembly gave Itself up al
I Intervals without sunt to a great
I brotherly reunion as unexpected as
' it was ovei whelming
The scene was unparalleled In the
memory of the oldest OOnVentlon ob
server. There was no feature lacking to
draw the thousands from their so
ber business into a riot of feeling and
the convention aurreiidered urn ondl
tlnnally. flooding sliver light from
tin electric arcs high In the galleries
bathed floor and platform In a
strange appealing glow, the crash
ninl olamor of th military bands,
the gi 1 it ImpreSSlVS sweep of th"
arched roof of 'be auditorium and
always 'ho solsmn station in the
voice of the great, organ tuned lo tilt
no i Miles of other days, wero not to
FRAZIER RUNS BEHIND
Son -partisan Qoveffnof Trailing hi
North liakola I'rlniary lironna
s.s i,h Bswginrfsl KoanlaaiaHi
FAHOO, N. D.i June :10. William
liugi'i bad a i' to ' lead over t!ov
ernor Lynn J. I'Ya.ler, the Noupar
lisan league candidate. In the con
test for the republican Ruber
j n. Mortal nomination when re
turns from today statewide
primary had beet, received ftom 14S
I scattered prtclncts.
In addition lo the gubci nalorlai
content Interests rests In the raee for
t.'io republican nomination for United
i Stales senator, with A. J Clronna,
Incumbent, thu candidate of the
1 La n gar repuoltceog, opposed in Dr,
i B, P, leidtl, president of 'he North
liaitntti agt leult ural college and the
, Nonpartbutn choice, and t'olonei
fortiier governor, wh 1
by a "nurvice nioa'S"
Outburst for Former
Lasts an Hour.
NINE OTHERS OFFERED
Jenkins Makes Shortest
Speech in Presenting Man
Who Declines to Run.
COX AND PALMER ARE NEXT
Demonstrations Staged on
Nominating Day Surprise
Sprung for Smith.
RAN rRANCIBOO, June II Af
ter hearing tan candidate placed In
nomination for the presidency, the
democratic national convention after
an right-hour session today receased
until 11 o'clock tomorrow.
John W. Davis, ambassador to
(treat Pirltaln, was th only man on
the list of those for whom nominat
ing speeches were to be made who
was not reached on the day' pro
gram. The candidate placed in
nomination wero Hcnator Ttohert I.
"wen of Oklahoma. Attorney Oen
eral Palmer, Senator Hltohcocg of
Nebraska, Homer H. Cummings.
chairman of the democratlo national
committee, William CI. McAdoo,
Governor Smith of New fork, Clov
ernor Kdwards of New Jersey, Sec
retary Meredith, Governor Com of
bio, and James W. Oerard, former
IllliSSSertnr to Germany.
The hlg demonstration nf the
day ranie with th presentation of
l"lmer, fox and McAdoo, although
1 1 was a spontaneous outburst
vvltn the ptentatlon of Governor
Mc Xilon Mar
'Phe Pott and Palmar demonstra
tions were fulv expected ad i.vwd
or but Ihe MiAdoo nomination,
coming alter days ot uncertainty a
10 whether a nominating speech wa
in bo made for him or not added an
element of Interest and surprise. It
was easily the loudest, longest and
must tumultuous one and kept the
i nventlon In a nuproar for the best
put of an hour. Dr. Hurls Jenkins
of Kansas City, who was ready to
place the former secretary of the
tieasury In nomination, finally de
rided to yield to the wishes of Mr.
McAdoo and not make a nomlivaUng
ipgeeoh for hlrn. Ho anmply eg
plained the situation to the convea
'.lon In one of the shortest speeches
011 record and merely announced
that he placed Mr. McAdoo In nomi
nation, fully assured that "If drafted
fur the service of the nation he
ivould not refuse the nomination. "
Just before 11:10 o'clock the eon
ventlnn came to order for a day of
nominating speeches and demon
M 1130 chairman Robinson be
gan whacking Hie gavel and caJle
the delegates to get Into thel
seals. "We're ready," came the shun.
irom several places on lie floor. I
The Cox delegation, however, in-
slslod on Inning a demonstr.itto.
md a song first, and the convention
waited uu ' . I they eot throuirS
nrri was a v. ox iiomonsr ra lion I
short duration at Its conclusion
V hau l curbed pi brilliant 1111
forms, vle.l with the conventb
1 1" I 111 blaring out airs from a poi
in tititi of the gallorle.
' 'oili man Kolnnson wanted I
"11' up. but waa In a toloraf
I ami li t the music go on. T7a:
' Club whKh ac.nmpanlcd fV"
i' cox delegation, touted I Hi
uale and eiiiri'ialnad the convert'
I'halrrnnn lloblnsoti got the con
illon quieted and It heard at
nine prayer by ltabhl Meyer a
'Hie singing of tte tar ftpangled
lannet w 'h- l-arol and orga-,
.cconirisnvlng followed. f
on mollon of Rsmuel King of !
I.akeCnv tiit- convention iidnpted a
resolution fixing the rcpi eoi uta'.lo-
of tie' I'liioima canal sons at tw
lelegatcs In future conventions. ,
Al 11.31 Clialmutn Kotlusoi
tailed for nominating speeches am
directed the secretary to call th
f state The name of Scn.iio
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