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I Shortest Nominating 1
Speech on Record
Made By Jenkins
Convention Breaks Loose When Dr. Burns Jenkins of Kan
sas City says: "I Nominate William G. McAdoo"
Police Called to Get Jam Untangled.
IAI IMToRll'M. San Kranclsco. June
29' William G. McAdoo wa plan-d
i.i nomination for the pn xuleticj late
this afternoon at the Democratic nn
iliunal convention In ont of the short
ip nitrating speeches on re ord. by
I 'i l-iurrl? Jenkins of Ku.n Cltj
After Cox. I'almer. Gerard. dim
ming, llltchrork anil others had been
I'lacerl In nomination. Jenkins took
tbo platform nnd told the convention
lhat In view of the jjersistent and In
sistent demand fr.m McAdoo that no
nbrnlnatlng ;e.iri be made for hlni.
)r wnulJ cde to thai rC'jL'i-sl. hut
that it might he necessary to "draft
him fur the service of the nation." I
Rumors that McAdoo would not
If nominated. Jrnkltm told the
convention, could be dlamlasOd a the
f'hork of enemies."
Jenkins merely aaid:
I I nominate 1 1 1 . jh ; McAdoo,"
hftd the pent-up enthusiasm of the Mc-
Adou force broke loose in a noisy
80 great did the crush become!
around the assembling point that the
poller trere called on to set the Jam
untangled nr.ii to kcap ihe d monstra
tors from breaking down tha little I
platform need h the speakers. This
jutted out from the front line if Ho
stage and convention officials set-mod'
10 fear that it would be stripped awa ;
The eimd of thlrt -fi minutes of
demonstrating uiv another attemj)t to,
get the shoutera Into unison, and for a,
little while a, man with a megaphone
cot eonslilera hie harmony behind a re
)ftitlon of ".We want McAdoo," We
! It was not for Iouk, however, for the
sathualaata preferred lo I r-ep tn- dem
onstration in their own h inds and to;
keep it up from their own diversified I
Port) minutes from ihe atari of the-;
noise, Senator Robinson mad" nil ft rati
1 Insane Man Taken
For Assaulting Child
. PORTLAND. ro , Jun. SQ. MlltCti
Schwarts. taken Into eutody at a '.--I
sanitarium late la.u night, who
"'as brought to Portlai.d after ha h I I
been accused of at tucking u little iclrl
in New York, uss today declared in
sane hy local physicians, hut wrta
onroled on the condition that je be
onfined in a private sanitarium uc ler
Srhwartr In aald to have been iori
lOted on a i barge of attacking a little
Jrl In New York, but was released
Jni'. it i v.i iii on condition tl
lrougbr to till- State n foniif
ed agalnai .- ha
8POKANK. Wash., Jnn 30 A ref--rendum
r'tojos.-ii for election of offi
cers of the Washington ctate Federa
tion of Labor, by a popular vote of
members of all af Ilia ted unions was
4pted by the federation in its an
neal convent'ou note after a fight that
lsfted throughout the forenoon m B
stgn. The proposal now goes to the
Jnon for approval
A proposed amendriirn' to forbid of
ficers of unions from ae'.tng on
tlen boards was overwhelmingly defeated.
I attempt for ord.-t. It was up, an nl
j that the demonstration was dlng out.)
! bUt there "till were many who w anted j
to keep ll alire a Utile lonq r, and
thO) paid ti" attention to the Civel. j
John W. I 'ax is, ambassador to'
Great Britain, as the only man on
, the li't of those for whom nominating
speeches were to be made x ho was not
reached on the day's program The
candidates placed In nomination were
Senator Owen Of tiklahoina. Attornc
;-rii-rnl I'alnur Siitntor Hitchcock of
Nebraska, Homer nmmings. chair
man of tho I 'einoeratlc national com-
! mltiee, Wllllum G. McAdoo, Governor
Smith oi New York. Governor Edward-
of New Jersev, Secretary Mere-1
dilh. Governor Cox of Ohio and James;
W. Gerard, former ambassador to
The h's demonstrations of the day
came at the preacntailon of Palmer,1
Cox and McAdoo. also there was a
spontaneous outburst with the pre
aenutlon of Governor Smith.
The COX and Palmer demonstra-;
Hons were full expected, but the Mc-.
iloo nomination, oniing alle: ds
of unccriaintN as to whether a noml-'
nallng speech was to be made for him.
add l ,iu element of inierm and sui -1
prise, ll enil was the loudest, long
est and most tumultuous demonstra-l
tion of the lot, and kepi 'he conven
tion In an uproar for the best part of
Dr. BurrU Jenkins of Kansas City,
who was ready to place the former
secretary of the treasury In nomina
tion, finally decided to yield to the
wishes of Mr. McAdoo and not makej
a nominating spei-di for him. He sim
ply explalneu ihe situation to ihe con-'
ventlon If) one of the rhortest apeeche1
on record, ntnl announced ho had1
placed Mi. .McAdoo in nomination,!
fully assured that "If drafted for the
service of the nation" he would not
refuse the nomination
Election of Kvale
to Be Contested
OLI VIA. Minn.. June 30. 1 1 . !
Bernard of Renville, attorney for 26 1
citizens of the Seventh i ongressslona I
district, aniioiinctd today Hint 'action
will be instituted contesting the nomi
nation on the Republican ticket of th
Rev. O. J. Kvale of Henson. who de
feated Congreeemah a j. Volstead for
renomlnat Ion In the Seventh district In
the June g primary.
Inferential charges nlleged to have'
been mado In a pamphlet circulated a
week before th" election in behalf of
ltcv. Kvale'a candidacy will form the
basis for tic .out... i under the cor
rupt practices act. Mr. Barnard statea
Kvale vvns Indorsed by the Non-Tar-tlann
Plant Is Closed
PHILADELPHIA, June 3t Tho
Tddv stone rifle plant, on the Pelaware
i i v - . near Ihls city, whli li established
a record during ihe war In turning out
mce than a million rifles, was closed
The plant automatical!; reverts to
the owner, the Maldwln Locomotive
company More than IB per cent of
the rifles sent overseas were manufac
tured at l-Jdystonc
me. fourth of ihe people on earth!
die before the nge of 6, and one-half
I Skandinaviske UngdomsFag
Will give a dance at Twelfth street amusement tall, Saturday evening,
HL ' July 3 Unicn music Refreshments at the hall. Interesting program
H beginning at 7:30 p nt. Dancing at 9 o'clock Everybody come and
I have a good time Admission 25
NAMED By OLD
McAdoo Thought to Have In
side Track and Enemies Con
spire to Defeat Him.
OPPONENTS HOPE TO
ENLIST BRYAN'S AID
Efforts Being Made By Demo
cratic Standpatters to Get
SAN KRA.VCISC' . June 3f Seem
ingly in agrcem-nt (hat Wftliam O.
McAdoo has the inside tracU on the
Democratic presidential nomination
tonight, attempts Were ':. made
within the inner circle of old-line.
Democratic part leaders to prevent j
his selection by the convention. The i
plan Includes prominent consideration,
of Champ dark, former speaker of(
te house of rc pi esentatn es. a a can-J
It was understood that efforts were
being made to get In touch with Mr
Clark lo barn ii h" would n epi th
nomination If tendered, and thatj
among Ihose whom the combination
would hope to enlist in its support Is'
William Jenniun Bryan, vvbo encom
passed the defeat of Clark at Ualtt
more In 191 1 ufter a majority had!
vutfil for him, and forced the nomina
tion of W'O'.idrow Wilson.
Bryan'l acknowledged veto power j
over any candidate, through the oper-1
atlon of the rule which requires two
thirds of the deb Rates for a nomina
tion, made hla support u factor sought
by the plnnk mnn.iKer !onfei ences
anions Ihe old-line leaders were going1
on actively Immediate! after today s
session of the convention, and the.v
made It plain In their private expres
sions that thev were KOinn to any pos
sible length, to heat McAdoo.
Two Hundred Fifty Men Al
leged to Have Participated in
Execution of Culprits.
RODIES FOUND SIX
MILES FROM TOWN
Office Was Killed When At
tempting to Arrest Colored
Man For Minor Offense.
WHARTON, Texas. June 10. Two
negroes were shot to death and two'
others hanged by unknown parties
early this week by unknown parties. I
It became known today. They wei e
ranted in connection with the Minns
of Iieput- .-iherlff S. C. McC'orniK k
last Saturday night.
Washington Giie and his brother.
name unknown, who were accused of
tiring- the shot that killeo McCormlck,
frera shoi iy pursuers iat Tuesday!
hear Diamond Mound The bodies of
Jodie Gordon and Elijah Anderson
i re found Tuesday morning hanging:
fiom trees Mx miles east of Wharton.!
Officers here assert the have no
clue. It is understood 2b'i men par
ticipated Qordon and Anderson, tt was said
admitted thev were aiding the Olles
brothers to escape.
DepUt) berlf McCormlck was shot
to I'.-ntti S.tiurdiv uiht vvl'.en h- went
to thf Giles home to arrest Washing
ton Giles on a minor charge, officers !
A fourth of the debris of warfare
in 20j tow ns and vill pi of France I
has already been cleared.
k July Bargains !
Retrular $8 25 new etork Inner Tubes 3Gx4lc each 1 $4 M
jeS Regrular S30 85 plajn tread, 31x4 tires (Ford overage) $20 55 rwB
Reilar $35 80 non-skin 31x4 tires (Ford oversize) $23 85
m Regular $49 50 non skid 34x4' tires, hih trradc $33 00
Regular $02 05 non-skid 36x4 1 rei, high grade $34 70
rauoj Regular $53.20 plain tread 35x5 tires, high grade $35 4'
vSl Regular $55 90 plain tread 37x5 tires, high grade $37 25
Regular 6160 non skid 37x5 tires high grade ... $4105
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The newcst orTenngs of world-famed artists, among them several who
achieved their first American triumphs during the recent opera season. If
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osinon and Delilah 3'aore per te il mio cor 1 1 y Bssrl ' tV-t ivri Voire) U 11
j Gabriella Besanxonl 64S77 10 51 CO D Ml
i Grcatett Miracle of AO Sophie Braslau 648S7 10 1 00
Largo (FtosB"Xerass") (IJtnd-1 Cnrica Caruso 83617 )2 I SO I
Berceuse Cassia) Tuoo Alfred Ccrtot 74623 1? 1 ;i 11
Scotch Pattorale Vloiis Mitcha Elman 64884 10 1.00 j
" Lej FiUe do Cadix (Th: Maid of.Ctcu) AmcLta Galli-Curci C4SSS 10 100 liA ssl I I
ir Eohme Racconto di Rodolfo iRuiolob'i Ntrrat Orvillc Harrold 74G24 IT 10 H i!
Girl of tho Goldon Wml-ChVlla mi crrdi I Tii fa? Brllrvf Mn
flj Edward JcSnson 64886 10 1.00 V U
The Barefoot Trail Jolin McCormiick 64378 10 1.00 1
Espafla Rapfodio Philadelphia Orchettrs 74621 12 1 50 D J
i Rigoletto Monologo, "Pari iamo" iVe ie EguaH Renato Zoxielli 74622 12 I SO jl
j I Think I'll Get Wed in the Summer lr Harry Lauder 70125 12 125 11)
ti, Cocd-Byc, Sweet Day Merle Alcockl Pfl
Tho Meeting of the Water. Merle Alcock iSl7 10 100 ll
I Who'll Take tlie Place of Mary ? Creicent Trio i U It
Marion (You'U Soon Bo Marryin" Me) R.chel Grant Billy Murray 13571 10 M Q II
Tho Moon Shine on the Moonhioe Sidney Phillips I U It
j4 So Lony 1 Oo-Long (How Long You Gopaa Be Gone?) Victor Roberta I 10
Alexandria Foz Trot Joseph C. Smith' Orchestral I
Oriental Star. One Step Jo.eph C. Stnith's Orchctra l" 18573 10 85 H
Tho Toil, are Pitch'd (Frojn L.dT oi the Lk") Laura Littlefield I I
They Bid Mo Sleep fFrom "Lady of the Lkc' I Laura Littlcfiold 18674 10 85 M I
Oh! By Jingol -Medley Fox Trot All Star Trio I 1
ffl Nobody But You-Mcdicy Fc3 Trot Palaco Trioj 35696 12 1 35 D I
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New Victor Records on sale at a'l dealers on the 1st of each month. sj j
SI Victrolas in great variety from 525 to $1500.
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EX PA0O. Texas, June 10. Follow
era of KrancUoo Vila dnamltd a
soul hbound psssenffer train from Chi
huahua City, near Armendarlt. shortly
bafora noun ferdll., . raptured nno
executed a federal officer, but were
finally driven off. nccordlng; 10 a re
port mad'- puMli toda hy I.ula Montea
ica. onaul for Mexico hre Nlnet
fip paaeenaera on the train isTajiail
Injury. It said
Several federal aoldler were cap
tured and a lieutenant executed, ac
cording to the report
Two or three Americana wre re
ported on the train
Three Millions For
Giant Ocean Liner
ASHINOTON. June 10 An offer
or SS. 000. 000 for the g-iant peaaenner
liner I-evlathan and 1100.000 for the
liner Ielkalb were the only one that
had been reeivd when aeajed blda on
tli two former Oerman llnrra wars!
opened today at the ahlpplna- board
Lynchings in South
Decrease in 1920
TOIKMBI Ala June 10 There
wa a decrease In the number of
l- P'-hlnra during- the first atx months'
of thia ar. according to a Btatatnai I
prepared b R R Moton. principal of
Tjkrxe Institute, and made public
here today The total waa twelve,
rornpared win seventeen in the ror
reapondlnf period of Itlt and It In
the fame period of I til.
AtjUsarHtaa ae the average dura
Lion of human life as 11 years. i
CALLED TO QUELL
i RACE RIOTING
MIAMI. Kla.. June 10. Three hun
dred member" if the American Uegion
1 railed out by Mayor Smith prevented a
threatened rai . disturbance growlns
out of the hurling of a bomb Into a
negro dwelling la'e laat night from on
automobile. vi:d to have been occu
pied hy white men. No raaualtlea re
sulted, but reports that negroes hud
gathered In thr street b the hun
dreds and were arming themselves,
caused Mavor Smith lo call on the
legion meml.rre. who patrolled -ths,
'streets throughout the night.
Tied Up in Dublin
M HMN. June 10 The railroad
terminus here waa tied up today as a.
result of the refusal of railway men
to move, tralna boarded by police or
soldier, causing a complete stoppage
of all trains for the south
The people of Iublln. foreseeing
such a situation, had beg-un hoarding
food, notwithstanding the efforts of
the authorities. '
Delegate Killed in
AN FRANCIS' """. June 10 Three
persons, one of them believed to he a
Democratic contentlun delegate, were
killed In an airplane accident at the
Marenn flvinj field here today.
Deserter From Navy H
Admits He Is Firebug H
BOSTON. Mass.. June 20. James tH
he sel fire to fyg hotels Yl9T lthi.
tO a state- gH I
merit from pollr headquarters. a
Don't Poison Baby.
FORTY YEAR. AGO ilmut ererr mother thotigbt Ii- r child must hara
TARDJORJO or liudanum to make it sleep. These drugs will produce gH
slep. and a FEvV DROpS Too MA-NV wul pr.-iu.,, the RLEF.P ggggggal
I HUM WHIl II TBEBB Is No WAKINU Many are the ch.ldr-n w,
have leen kiilcd or w health h.is U- n ruined for life by paregorie. lauds- H
num and morphine, each of whirh is a narcotic product of opium. Drugrtst g
are prohibited from selling either of the nan -otic named to child rwo at all, or
to anybody without labelling them " poiauo " The de tin I tion of "narcotic"
is . "A medicint vhi. k rrlwvtM pain and pmtlucfi U'. hti t u-At A in poiaon-
exf dosrs produce thipor. coma, ccnwulmoni and death Tha taste mad m
smell of medicines contunlng opium are diaguised, and sold under the name
I irdiais, " SKhir(r Syrui- OH should not permit any H
medicine to h giTen tn your child red ithout Ton or your pbysictaa know
of what it is cr.S3P.d C ASTORIA DOK.S JfOT i
T HH N R ''oriCS. If It bears the siguatur -.(ChB
II Fletcher s yAT.
TO CONVINCE YOU that work m 1
in the windoi of the Ogdcn re nni irpet Conptnj r,re fl J
DON'T KML IX) BEI THEM M
OGDEN CARPET CLEANING WORKS !
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