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H J2 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, TUESDAY, JUNE 29, 1 92C. , ,
Mariou Davie j in "April Folly"
and "Petticoats and Pants"
i MAR. I O N ' DA V I E S w. ite
I COSMOPOLITAN production,
I PARAMOUNT ARTCRAFT PICTURE
I COMING THURSDAY TO
I Robert Warwick in "Thou Art
I tli . Man."
I 10c and 20c
I SANDY HOOK. X. . -June 2S.
The Shamrock IV, which will meet the
Resolute for the America's cup off
Sandy Hook next month, was given a
short spin todav with her full crew of
It was decided not to match her
against the 23-meter Slfiimrock, hut
to take some of the.orew of, the trial
horse and place th6m aboard the chal
lenger In order t,o.dctermine how the
great, green sloop 'would handle with
her full complement. Rain, however,
set in soon after ihe wcrkov.t began,
and put an end to the trial abruptly.
II Americans Returning
I From Overseas .Trip
NEW YORK. June- 2S. American
I delegates to the International Wom-
I an's Suffrage alliance consress. hold
m- in Genoa last month, headed by Mr".
f Carrie Chapmann Catt, "president of
the National Woman Suffrage, associa
tion, and Mw. Josephus Daniels.' Avifo
of the secretary of the navy, retuned
home here today. " i
Dr. "Wellington Koo, Chinese minis
ter to the United States, who has icen i
in Europe representing China at the
league of nations conferences, also re
Ij. . turned. He will go to Washington!
I. 1 soon to again resume his duties.
I. HARVARD .MAN JOINS.
BOSTON. June 2S. Jeff Jones, first
baseman of the Harvard university
nine, today agreed to play with the
? Philadelphia Athletics and will report
iLJsed Lydia E Pinkham's j
Newark, N. J.-"The doctor said I
J had an organic trouble and treated me
llllllillllllllllllllllllillll or 8evora weeks.
I lllllllllljlllllllll At times I could not
J walk at all and I
I" llMf' IW- suffered with m y
wUMi&t,.'.' often had to stay in
mP'H bed- 1 suffered oft"
a n on eht
- Jjj years. Finally I
! RH heard -that Lydia E.
I mStei 'i 1 Pinkham's Vcgre-
!l W3m&&'- table Compound was
Wwi a good medicine and
I tried it with splen
ic did effect. I can now do my house-
I work and my washing. I have recom-
I i mended your Vegetable Compound and
I J yur Blood Medicine and three of my
I Triends arc taking them to advantage.
1 j You can use my name for a testimonial."
v Mrs. Theresa Coventry, 75 Bumett
l St., Newark, N. J.
I i "You are invited to write for free Qdvice
Ij No other medicine has been so suc-
J cessful in relieving woman's suffering
1 ns ha3 Lydia R. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound. Women may receive free
1 and helpful advice by writing the Lydia
E. Pinkhara Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass.
Such letters are received and answered
by women only and held in strict
I " BETTER -I
J 3i(o is a burden when the body
js' racked with pain. Everything
-'Worries and the victim becomes
'. Respondent and downhearted. To
Tbring back the sunshine take
: f. GOLD MEDAL
Tha national remedy of Holland for ovor
200 ycaro; it is an enemy of all pains re
.. ultfn from kidney, Hvl.- and uric acid
troubles. All druggists, thrca cizca.
''Look for th httnn Cola Mvdal on tiit Wx
accept no imiuUaia
, Resolution Unanimously Adopt
i ed By Convention, Praises
i Chief Executive.
REJOICE IN RECOVERY
OF HIS HEALTH
Malignant Onset of Woodrow
Wilson's Politicai Foes Are
AUDITORIUM, San Francisco, Juno
28. The Democratic national conven
tion today, on moiion of the Governor
Gardner of Missouri, directed Chair
man Ctimmlnsa to send President Wil
aon a rcuolutlon of "appreciation and
greeting." which was unanimously i
adopted by the convention. I
The resolution, adopted just beforej
adjournment. praiGod the achieve-;
ments of tho president In the conduct!
of the war, "rejoiced in the recovery I
of the president's ( health andj
strength," and "deeply' resented the
malignant onset" of the president's po
The telegram to tno president by
Chairman Cummings follows:
"In recognition of the fact that the
mantle of Jeifei'son and Jackson hasj
fallen upon your shoulders as tho un-
questioned leader of our party, the
hosts of Democracy in national con
vention assembled, have directed me I
to send you the following resolution of
appreciation and greeting:
' 'The Democratic party, assembled
in national convention, extends to the
president of the United States its ad
miring and respectful greeting.
" Tor seven of tho moat fateful
years in tho history of our country
Woodrow Wilson has occupiod, and by
his character, learning and power, has
adorned the highest office in the gift
of. his countrymen.
e has Initiated and secured the
adoption of great progressive meas-l
ures of immeasurable value and bene-j
fit 10 the people of the United States.)
'As commander-in-chief of thei
armv and navy of the United States, he
has "led the patriotic forces of his
country through the most momentous
struggle in hiSiOry, and without check,
roves so or retardation, to an honorable
part in the immortal victory for liber
ty and democracy, won by the free na
tions of the world.
' We hail these achievements, sir,
and arc proud that they have been ac
complished under your administration.
' "We rejoice in the recovery of your
health and strength after months 01 ,
suffering and affliction, which you j
have borne with dourage and wlthouv,
" 'We deeply resent the malignant
onset which you have most unde
servedly ben called upon to sustain
from partisan foos, whose juugment is
warped and whose perceptions are ob
scured by party malice, which constitutes-'
a lamentable and disgraceful
page in our history.
" 'At this momonL,, when the dele
gates tb this convention from every
state in the union are about to enter
upon tjheir formal -..proceedings, wo
pause" tp send you an expression of
cheer, " of admiration and of congratu
' 'We rejoice and felicitate you upon
your speedj rccoverey from your re
cent lllpess and congratulate Asnerlca
that though temporarily broken in,
body, that you'.hiw.e been pble with-,
unclouded vision aitd-nudaunted cour-
age to press on for the great reforms'
i which you have fathered., for thei
I preservation of peace throughout the.
world in the interest of humanity and
i the advancement of civilization. Long,
may you live to serve America and thei
vorjd.' " . I
WASHINGTON, June 2S. Organ
isation of a pool of American insur
ance companies to underwrite the
American met chant n arlno wua virtu
ally effected to .lay at a conference of
officials of leading -insurance con
terns and membero of tho shipping
board. Contracts will be signed in
Ld ff York on Wednesday, it was an
nounced, and the association will start
functioning at an early date.
Umpire and Pitcher
Fined For Disputing
NEW. YORK, June 2&. John A.
Heydler. president of the National
league, announced today that he h.js
fined Cmplro William Klein nun
Pitcher Luque of the Cincinnati club
100 each and suspended indofinitoly
Catcher Wingo for the altercation
which arose during the game with 15'..
Louis at Cincinnati last Saturday.
Baptists Urge Senate
to Ratify Treaty
BUFAL.O. N. Y.. Juno 28. The
northern Baptldt convention today
adopted resolutions urging President
Wll30n and the sonate to ratify tho
treaty of Versailles "with sultablo
reservations," at tho earliest possible
moment, and pledging the Baptists to
support strict enforcement of federal
Balloting for officers for the ensu
ing year began this afternoon.
Aristotle had a wonderful knowl
edge of anatomy although he dissec
ted only animals.
OSITTO 01 1 Q I P
Ul ! J i r GsL 9j
Would Ratify Versailles Docu
ment With Reservations as
Would Provide For Ratification
By Majority, Making ft Eas
ier to End War.
SAN FRANCISCO. June 2S. Rati
fication of the treaty of Versailles with
Bitch reservations as a senate majority ,
approves is proposed in the plank of.
William J. Bryan, dealing with thei
treaty and league of nations.
The Nebraskan tonight made, public
his plank, which is to go before tho
resolutions committee, it follows:
"The Democratic party demandJ on
amendment to the federal constitution
providing for ratification of treaties
by a majority vote, so it will be as
easy to end a war as it is to declnre
war. Planting outselvcs upon tho mosi
fundamental principle of popular gov
ernment, namely, tho right of the peo
ple to rule a doctrine in .support of
which we have recently spent ov.r
25,000,000,000 of dollars and for which
I we have sacrificed 100,000 precious
lives wo favor an immediate recon
vening of tho senate that this princi
i pie may be applied to treaty contro
versy and ratification secured with'
such reservations as a majority of tho
senators may agree upon, reserving fur
the future such changes as we may
Ivcnsrue of Nations Delegates.
"We favor the appointment by the
president, with the consent of the sen
ate, of delegates to represent this na
tion in the league until regularly
choson delegates arc elected and
"Wo favor the selection of tho na
tion's delegates In the league of na
tions by popular vote In districts in
order that the people may speaU
through representatives of their own
choice in the august tribunal which
will consider the welfare of the world.
"These delegates should be instruct
ed not to vote for war without specific
instructions from congrgss or from the
people, given by referendum vote. j
"Our nation's delegates should also
bo instructed to insist upon the dis
armament of the world in.order l:ha.t
the burden of militarism may be lifted
from the shoulders of those who toil
and the foundation for an enduring
peace laid in friendship and co-operation."
The plank follows Mr. Bryan's de
mands for maJorit rule and wai re
garded as fundamentally opposed to
the administrations desires for a
decration for ratification without de
Norman E. Mack, Supported
I By Woman Delegate, Intro- I
duces Piank For Beer. '
SAN FKAKC1SCO, June 2S. in the
face of "gag rule ' charges, the New
York delegation to tho Democratic
convention today adopted a resolution
urging a national platform for modi
fication of- the Volstead act to permit
use of light wines and bocrs in the
The resolution was introduced by
Norman E. Mack, nnational commit-
teeman, annd was supported by Mi3s
Elizabeth Marbury. a delegate at largo
who bubsequcntly was elected national
Mayor Dunn of Schenectady told the
delegates the Inclusion of a moist
plank in the platform would "seal the
fate" of tho party in the coming elec
Jtloa, He demanded a roll call, but
, was not recognized.
Other resolutions adopted favor d
Independence for Ireland, ratification
of laiffrugc by Democratic states, a
federal workman's compensation act
affecting shipping in terc3ts and cw
. pressed sympathy for the organized la
The delegation also advocated a
plank recommending that the United
States representatives in the league of
nations be Instructed to assist Italy In
solving her Adriatic problem.
A FRIEND RECOMMENDED THEM
A person often does more good than
he realizes when he tells a suffering
friend how to get well. J. N. Tohill,
clerk Lottie hotel, Evansvllle, Ind ,
writes: "For weeks I suffered con
stantly with pains in the muscles o
my thigh. 1 was treated by the doctor
for rheumatism but found no relief.
Upon recommendation of a. friend, I
tried Foley Kidney Pills and began to
got relief almost immediately." Good
for backache, rheumatic pains, stiff
joints. A. R. Mclntyre Drug Co. Advertisement
Important Action Affecting Re
lations Between U. S. and
CALDER0N HERE ON
Empowered to Treat With Rep-:
resentatives of Villa During
Visit in Washngton.
WASHINGTON, June 2S- Import
ant actiop affecting -relations between
the United States and Mexico is ex
pected to result from conferences that
'began here today with representatives
of the presont regime In Mexico, Amer
ican government officials and agents
of General Fraiiclsco Villa as partici
pants. Fernando lgloslas Calderon, a prom
inent Mexican, arrived today from
Mexico City with tho rank of ambas
sador. All the embass..- whore he lo
staying would oay of his visit was that
he was here on a "special mission." It
was learned fi'om official sources that
his object lo to discuss the relations be
tween the two countries with a view to
moving objections of this country to
ward Mexico and to seoking recogni
tion of the new regime there.
Caldoron was selected for this deli
cate mission because he is known In
Mexico as the only Mexican received
at the White House by President Wil
son. It is understood that ho is em
powered to pledge the present Mexican
govornment to perform acts which
would meet the requirements of the
United States to obtain recognition.
Calderon Is al60 empowered to treat
with the representatives of General
Villa during his visit to Washington.
The Vllllstas recently Issued a manl
testo to the Mexican people, setting
forth their position as to the political
situation. State department officials
will confer with Calderon unofficially.
Rear Admiral Fullum
Supports Admiral Sims
ROCHESTER. N. Y, June 2S."
That a sense of duty lo his country
and to the navy moves him to stand
unflinchingly In the support of the
principles of organization and pvc
I paredness Is Included In a statement
j issued by Rear Admiral William F.
Fullam, when he was Informed that
his name had been mentioned With
Rear Admiral Sims In the charges
made by Rear Admiral Bensoa C
Decker, commandant of the .seventh
naval district that Secretary Dank-Is
determined to break these office: s be
cause they "would not follov him to
tho limit of demoralizing and degrad
ing the navy."
Rear Admiral Fullam, who, during
the war. was commander of tho Pa
cific fleet, testified strongly in support
of Admiral Sims In the recent investi
gation.' Because his name was monlionoj
now in his dispatches, he said ho was
i compelled to Issue tho statement
- - y r--oo
to Coal industry
SCR ANTON, Pa., June 28. Charges
of profiteering and monopolistic con-
1 irdl in the anthracito coal Industry
were made before the anthracite conl
commission today by W. Jett Dauck,
former socrotary of the war labor
board and now consulting economist
of tho United Mine Workers of Amer-
lea. . .
fr T.nunk n ntion roil In hparinrsj im
the demands of the anthracite work
ers for wage increases.
"A survey of the anthracite Indus
try," said Mr. Dauck. "shows an in
crease in net profits of the principal
operators for the period 1916-'9'?. over
1912-1914 of nearly 90 per cent, as
compared with an increase in produc
tion during this period of less ihan 12
Sent By Airplane
SAN" FRANCISCO, June 2S. Photo
graphs of the opening of the Demo
cratic national convention for middle
west newspapers wore dispatched from
here at 2 p. m. today In an army air
plane to catch, the Overland limited
train at Reno, Nov. The alrplano was
furnished by the army recruiting ser
vice and Is piloted by Major Carl
SpaU, one of the transcontinental fly
ers In tho army endurance test! iast
fall. All arrangements for the trip
were mado by the army recruiting ser
vice. ' rn
Stevedores Quit Work
at Pacific Mail Docks-
SAN FRANCISCO, June 28, Ap
proximately 200 stevedores quit work
at the Pacific Mall company docks
hero today without presenting any
grievance to the company, according
to a company report. Riggers and
Stevedores' union report oald thru the"
men were locked out because of their
withdrawal from the Longshoremen's
association! organized during the re
U. S. Buys SILVER.
WASHINGTON, June 28. Purchase
of 700,000 ounces of silver r.t $1 an
ounce for delivery at Philadelphia was
announced today by the director of the
TOOTS AND CASPER Lifting a Few Feathers k Too Heavy a Business for Casper.
I BUT CASFett-v' ;d UKE To I IfpAPER m GoaWfy 1
COOPLE OSTRICH WOO Y00T6 (5UT X ' GoMG? MTRlCH-aUMcS jiv COKIG-! & .s4
T(W W T! J U-l BE BACK WTM
Problems Requiring Highest
Order of Statesmanship and
MUST MEET ALL
Hopes All Organizations Will
Stand Unitedly For Progres
sive, Humane Principles.
NEW YORK, Juno 28. A letter
from William G, McAdoo. In which he
appeals to all labor organizations to
exert themselves "energetically, Intel
ligently and unitedly against the,re-es-tXibllshment
of reaction in America,"
was made public hero tonight.
The letter, dated Juno in, was in re
ply to a communication from John J.
Mulholland, secretary of the Metal
Trades council of New York Ciiy and
vicinity, which informed Mr. McAdoo
i that nioro than 145,000 wage-earners
'icprcsented by the council "recom
I mend you as the "most popular candi
date for president that tho Democratic!
party could possibly name."
Alter thanking Mr. Mulholland for
the "unsolicited and unexpected en
dorsement," tho letter contniuos;
Coumry Facing Great 1-voblcnis.
"Wo are facing problems In this
country and in the world which
quire not only the highest order of
statesmanship, but the most patriotic
and enlightened support of an intelli
gent electorate. These questions must
oo met squarely and directly. Evasion
ond .equivocation appeals to blind pas
sion and selfish partisanship, ha e lost
their magic. Men and women arc
thinking these days, and thinking
deeply, and it is only that party wlilch
has ihe courage to explicitly declare
for liberal and progressive policies,
and that candidate who is tearless
enough to espouse thorn vigorously
and sincerely, which will command the
respect and secure the votes of a ma
jority of our countrymen in the com
Rights of Humanity Above Properly.
"The rights of humanity must be
put above the rights of property, but
the rights of each should be protected l
within its Just limitations.
"As 1 said recently In a letter to the
Metal Trades council of Brooklyn, we
cannot look with complacency of in
difference upon tho restoration to
power of the selfish forces of which
have been reasserting themselves with
such vigor and volubility in America
ad throughout the world. 1 hope,
therefore, that your organization, and'
all organizations of labor, will exert I
themselves energetically intelligently!
and unltedy against the re-establish-!
ment of reaction In America, and in I
favor of those progressive, humane :
land powerful forces which truly rep
resent the interests of the great masses
of the common people, and thereby so-1
cure to our country the benefits and
blessingj which the continued triumph
of genuine Democracy alone cun give
Heber J. Grant and Charles W.
Nibley Only Officials Not
. Appearing Before Court.
SALT LAKE, June 28. Voluntary
appearances were entered hero today
before United States Commissioner H.
V. Van Pelt by fivo of the seven offi
cers of the Utah-Idaho Sugar com
pany. Involved In a complaint filed In
the United States district court at
Boise by department of justice offi
cials. Bail was sot at $10,000 for each
defendant and preliminary hearing
will be held July 19. Hearing of a
similar action here against the com
pany and one of its officials, instituted
by local federal officials here, is
j scheduled for July 16.
Tho Idaho complaint, issued at Po
catello recently, charges violation of
the Lever act and involves Heber J.
Grant, president; Thomas R. Cutler,
vice president; Charles W. Nibley, vice
president and general .manager; Mer
rill Nibley, vice president and assist
ant general manager; H. G. Whitney,
secretary and treasurer; W. T. Pyper,
assistant secretary and treasurer, and
Stephen H Love, general sales man
ager. The Utah-Idaho Sugar com
pany Is a Salt Lake corporation.
Hober J. Grant, also president of
tho Mormon church, and Charles W.
Nibley, presiding bishop, were the two
officials who did not appear. Thoy
aro at present in tho eaot and probably
will appear Thursday, according to
Commissioner Van Pelt.
GERMANY IN ARREARS.
PARIS, June 28. Germany is three
million tons in arrears of her engage
ments concerning the delivery rf coal
In oxecution of the treaty of Versailles,
said Louis Loucher today In the Petit
One saci'ilice, ' ' - -f' -H
one assist, no ei'i'OL'si -v. '&
EVERY WILD.EYED tan. OF MY cigarettes. ,j jH
WAS ON his feet AND HE saw the package ' WA. H
OR SOMEONE olse's. THAT 1 took It from. jH
AND THEIR soft remarks. AND SMILED and said. ' H
REACHED THE next county. "THEY SATISFYl . ;' f'r H
AND WHILE I'm not. AND THAT smoke you omashod, . - v flH
EASILY EXCITED. WAS ONE my wife. ' TH
I GUESS I was helping. BOUGHT AT a bargain. ; ' lH
THE PITCHER bean. SO THAT makes It. ' I 4 '
THAT CLEAN-UP hittor. A SATISFY. .if'.'" - Wmm
AND MY good south paw. DOUBLE HEADER." . . - h -, I
... ... jg. V ' it-
HIT A fat fan. AND AFTER that. H h-
RIGHT IN the vestibule. I EVEN saw him, " '
AND HE said '"Phooo. ROOTING FOR tho umplro. . 1 S? yM
A FOUL tip. j-p "WENTY hits twenty chances i fB
, with never a goose-egg that'o .
RIGHT ON my last cigar. Chesterfield's average on every j
. package. Trust the fans to pick j '
AND I was sorry. them out. An unusual blend oi.': J '
Turkish and Domestic it can't fco ' j
AND GAVE him on. copied. These cigarettes arc there
they satisfu! J
Pomerene Denies Cox j
Divorce Case Story
SAN FRANCISCO. June 2S. Sena
tor Pomerene of Ohio today disclaimed
nil responsibility for the statements m
i explanation of Governor Cox's divorce
proceedings of ten years ago, as pub-
llshcd this morning In the San iran
j clsco Chronicle.
j "I am not responsible lor that
j story," said Senator Pomerer.o. Rome
of the statements in it regarding the
! divorce proceedings are absolutely uhw
j to me. For instance, the stat-jment
that Mrs. Cox married her former law
Senator Pomerene said he had dis
cussed the governor's divorco ca.c pri
vately with a few delegates, but lias
given no statement for publication.
McAdoo Refuses to 'I
Talk of Nomination
NEW YORK. Juno 2S. William G.
McAdoo would neither affirm nor
deny today that he would accept tho
presidential nomination If tendered
him by the Democratic convention.
Early In the day It was said at his
office that he might comment on the.
statement by Thomas B. Love, na
tional committeeman from Texas, that
Mr. McAdoo would not refvsj the
nomination. He left his office for the
day, however, without making any
American Army Polo
Team Goes to Antwerp
LONDON, Juno 2S. Tho American
army polo team which will represent
the United States in the Olympic
games at Antwerp won the novices'
cup this afternoon by defeat. nrf the
Fox Hunters' Ranolagh club. The!
score was nine goal3 to five. j
Suppression of Free M
Speech Denounced IH
CHICAGO, June 2S. Denouncing fll
the "suppression of free speech" dur- fll
I Ing the war, Professor Stanley r. Ry- fll
1 pins of the University of Minnesota Hl
I told the Cook county committee of 11
I forty-oight convention last nisrb' Hl
j oven the mail of cabln'et assistants was IH
' not safe from scrutiny by in v. unn.a.y BH
J intelligence section. HH
Rypins, who served in the intelll- HH
gence bureau, declared he had opened
the mall of Breckenridge Long, third 1
assistant secretary of state, "because 1
he had happened to be In correspond- ll
ence with a conscientious objector." ifll
Oil Interests Fail
to Get Concessions IH
MEXICO CITY, June 28. Negbtia- IHI
tions which have been carried on with ffll
the executive department by various flHI
petroleum interests since the establish- Bl
ment of the provisional government 'Kl
have completely failed to bring about .
concessions requested from the gov- '
ernment regarding petroleum regula- Ul
tions which wore promulgated under ll
the administration of President Car- lH
Official announcement of the prog- IIBI
ress of negotiations was made here last IKI
Havana Shaven By 11
Bombs in Jail .Wall v H
HAVANA, Juno 28. Down town
Havana was shaken at midnight laat '
night by the explosion of two bombs' :
in apertures In tho walls of the socond
precinct police station. One man was
injurod by flying debris. H
Police officials found in tho wall of rH
the police station another bomb that fiH
had failed to explode. rH
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