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I cItitth ve.r.No. w Price F.ve Cenu' OGDEN CITY, UTAH FRIDAY EVENING, JULY 2, 1920. LAST EDITION 4 P. M.
I PLATFORM PRESENTED TO S. F. CONVENTION
.tk PALMER LOSING;
COX WON'T 00,
I Drift Toward McAdoo But He
Has Too Great Handicap,
"CROWN PRINCE" WEAPON
DEADLY, COMMONER SAYS
Ohio Governor Sold Birthright
to Brewers for Mess of Pot
tage. W. J. Bryan Declares
VQ f (Written
I Will be nblo to report inJ irnpo .si
to do any writing between the ion
B i clustoni ol th mmlttee's work and
"ibbbbbb! f the action of the convention I anj
fc 11 comnelled to turn from the subj. ct
' m which 1 feel tho deepen Interest to
AIM i a subject of sccondarj Importance.
v lz. : Tho ticket
MBM i The personal element Is very much
liln 1 over es Imated Supporters of a can-
fffW Mirtato beoome Inflamed with the idea
VWk f overythtinK depends upon Wa
Baaaaaal nomlnalton. and we are told " Bjej
HaaH Podiink; PO goes the nat pn. and
can carry Rodunk This is
' I , esDectallv true of the pivotal states
Vfflk I Mates like New York and Indiana and
1 more recently Ohio have claimed to
' hold the elections In tbeir hands ln-
r ' llana hr.s had the vice presidency
rom the time when Lho memory ot
VrVm man runneth not to tho contrary, and
, 9 the New York delegation take the
Democratic party up on the mountain
FS-fT and offers It the earth cery four
lilt S r jSt now Ohio poses as a pivotal
jjffcfi ra suite but It does not take much to
fai'fj JJ", make a pivotal state out of. -any cam.v.
r33B f-t. monwealtb that has a candidate. Since
-j&l . four vears rko the Democrats turned
TWW E2 t xr.tat i California, its a I
', JS i, oor stat.- that cannot prove to Its own
eat satisfaction that Its electoral ote may
RSI tor determine the presidential contest.,
LflK and, therefore. "nominate our man
H ,nid s.ic the party."
HI W Approval My WllBOll
1 Xj One thing is apparent: no one pan
I in be nominated without thL. appro nl ol
I I ro ib president The Republican con
I 2 vention had to w lit toi word from a
m -. abed in Pen naylvanla, and this con
; mention waits for word fim the alpk
' man In Washington, but I'erose was
IHEB ii. position with others. Here wo are
BKC dependent upon intuition no one says
ISfiyir" here "In a multitude of counsel there
ku Is safety."
SJL Mr. Palmer seems to he slipping.
fHflfl ii nd this convention, which is so un-
IflMM billing, if we can judge b its leader.
H&flMB 1 1 admit Ihut any mistake ban been
H made during the past eight years does
HH not seem to be rallying to the support ,
H. . of Sir, Palmer. .
p n ( oz Boom is Spent.
ia The t'ox boom seema to have spent!
I dl lis force. The governor of Ohio hasi
i hi done many things worthy of eomnun-
T dutlon, apeaklng politically, it could
I ;il not Quite be sold also for the rich .
I U voung man. of him. that be' had kept
"v t aii tli0 commandments from his vouthj
but he certainly doea "lack one thing
ijijjjj 1 and that is wyalty to the home In ilal
'S " deatb grapple v Ith the saloon, a man
B I w ho i an take an oath to xupport the'
H i constitution of his state and then sit
Hp ! in his office at the capital and with-
TTt out protest or lift a hand to prevent
H ' it, watch th( brewers, the Lillen
EB and liquor d e k itemporarl out of
business but 1 1 - v ' r i to return) at-
B' a tempt to overthrow everything that
I the tomperunce forces of uhio have,
SB J accomplished In ..' N Ii i
J la not the man to put in iht White
v House at such a tint as tnis hen
HfiS i be i !M up with the brewers
H clnnatl and went into the governor's,
C otflco with a majority only about hall .
H I aa great aa bla Increase In the count)
Han Inn itl is located, hi
VNvQbC' hia birthright foi mesa of pol
3i and, in politics, It lakes more than two.
y eara to gi i birthright out a the
B pHwnshop. No man can go before I
the twenty-sis million of women vol-j
V ers with the smell of the beer vat on!
, inifi Toward McAdoo.
1 The drift la towards .McAdoo. We'
H are told that the president really do s ,
not want McAdoo.
H Mr. McAdoo cannot, in my Judg-
H merit, curry through th. campaign the
H land leap of his relationship to iho
H president, no matter how lovable
H man he may be or how- popular he Is I
H with pertain groups ot' voters. 11 will J
H be the target of every enemy of the
B president without the , esldent's abll-l
jAmjMjj ty to express the idealism of the Am-1
mmjMV erlcan people. The "crown prince
H argument is already being used by I;e-
1 publlcatiM and Democrats ami no one
H can den It has some effectiveness as
H The avetage I'emocrat likely to
H feel that success in the campaign in
t of too great import to be Jeopardized
B by it and the partisan Republican who
H mitrht otherwise bo drawn to the
I ticket is upt to find in such a rela-
tionship too alluring an excuse for re-
9BU malning with hia party. What ahull
jflHn It profit a party if it gains the grati-
J tude of a whob family and lose its
KBBl opportunity to servo the country and
L MAKES LONG TRIP ALONE
Hi UDNOLULU. July -.Harry Pid-
ikf QBjl geon, 11. of Wiinilngton, Calif., toduv
nyHIl arrived her.- in a 31-foot yawl In
; which be Balled ali ne from Ban Pedro
.1 Calif , June 4 last,
Wets and Drys Open Fight on Floor I
rlere'g W .( H. pivinp tn
mcc over to the rough drafl of
i few jilanks he is much intcr--leil
i H I -; "'; . I
Twill Rogers says
Ry Wil l ROGERS
(Famous Oklahoma Cowboy x. and
Motion Picture Star.)
SOM KW'l IERK IN THF: WHITE
HOUSE, July 2- After thanking Pen
rose for all his favors to me and com
plimenting him on sneaking Harding
over. I asked him. how can I g?t the
renl rcrtvaYice Information on this
Democratic weegee seance?
Pen said "Well, they are doing a
lot of knocking and asking questions
out in 'Prlsco. but If you want to go
where the answers to the knocking ar.
coming from, why go to the While
I said. "Rut President Wilson is
sick. He can't be their control dur
ing this seance "
'Say, I was supposed to be sick,
too," said Pen, "but I put it over,
didn't 1 ? He has as good a telephone
as I had.'
I said: "I have a letter hero from
Colonel House that might help me
seeing him "
Pen said "I wouldn t mention It, if
I were you. "
I raid. "I believe he will see me
He used always to come to hear m j
jokes when I was with the JolUes and;
laughed at them too especially the
one on Republicans."
Pen afctd: 'Why shouldn't he ee I
you'.' You are not a Republican
So. when I arrived at the Whale
House, all I could 6ee was some men
putting in telephone wires There
wasn't an of fic Sf. ker In sight
1 met Admiral Doctor Crajaon com
ing out I SSKSd him. How is the
president0" Admiral said. "1 don'l
know as the doctor has not come this
Then 1 met Tumulty, our president
during most of his administration. I 1
said to Tumulty; I want to see Mr.,
Wilson utul 1 don't want u single,
office or a favor.
Tumulty grabbed me and rushed
mo right In and said. "You are the j
only person who ever called here that,
didn't Want something. '
The president seemed glad to see me'
when h' found I was not looking for,
.in appropriation and said, '"Well, will i
you cell me the latest Republican
1 s.xid "I know a good one. Nine
tenths of the Republicans DOVej OVen
heard it until Chicago Harding"
I asked Mr Wilson. "What do you
think of Bryan 'a chances this seance?"
Mr Wilson said. "I think they are
Just aa good as they ever were."
I asked him: "Mr. Vil90n, they say
you caused Senator Delegate Jim Bet I
to be unseated, is that so'.'"
I The president s.iid: "I didn't unseat
him: I simply phoned the ushers not
I to let him in."
J said to him "Do you think vou
will run ?': He said. "Well, if I don't
1 will put the boy in "
1 said: "What do .vou mean, 'the
boy ?" He said: "Why, my bov
1 said: 'Rut the boy said he wasn't
Mr. Wilson said "Of course not. At
, the start let Palmer and Co. get
jdeadlick-ed like Wood and Lowden.
; Then I will phone them to stick the
boy in." '
I said "Ah. you mean to put him
over a la Harding."
The president said: "Well, you stick
with me during this vvt-egt-c .-wnv en
it Ion and you will be on the right end
of tho phone."
PARES TOO HIGH.
MADRID. July 2. There was much
Interruption of street car traffic today
owlne to the refusal of numerous pas
sengers to pa;, a .n per r-.-nt nure.i..
In the fares. Many arrests were made.
ON TICKET TO
Tammany Leader, Taggart
and Roger Sullivan Want
Marshall and Smith
TWELVE TO FIFTEEN
BALLOTS HELD NECESSARY
Expert Says Antis Need More
Sawdust to Stabilize What
Brains They Have
By JOHN CAIX.AN O'LOUGHMX.
(Written for Universal Service
SAN FRANCISCO, Jul.v 2. The tri
umvirate has decided on a ticket to
beat William G. McAdoo. It is Slar
Bhall and Smith, the former vd.ee-1
president of the I'nited States, the;
latter governor of the state of New
The triumvirate is made up of three,
politicians locally omnipotent, natlon-i
all tinvlsioried They are Murphy J
the Tammany chieftain; Taggart. the
Indiana boss, and Rrennan, the "lajet
Wish" Of Roger Bulllvan, Of Illinois
Murphv is confident that not more
than 16 of the f0 vote3 of the Bni-J
plre slate will slip from him to Mc-
Adoo. Taggart feels certain of his
control of the 36 votes Of Indiana.)
Brennan may lose 20 of the ot". cotes!
of his state. Upon the remainder he
is counting implicitly. t
Of course, of the H7 votes which;
the three leaders control are not suf
ficient In themselv es to stop McAdoo,
but there arc others scattered through
put the states upon which they l -lle'Ve
they ran rely. They believe lh
have been helped In their design
to rlrfetro MrAJoo by th a'ctfon of
the latter's friends in placing his
name in nomination
Hcfore this move was made the anti-!
McAdoo group was fighting an in-,
tangible shape that was slowly talc
ing substance and it was admitted by
one of the number tonight that they
were beaten and that ihe New York
er held the nomination in his grip I
Sine the formal nomination of Mc-
Adoo there is a definite figure at.
which to turn loose the mustard gas
that hs been held In reserve The
gas Is now released. Applying the
political axiom that there must be
somebody with which to beat some
body the bosses have combined upon
Marshall nd Smith.
slurphj Sour On Cos
Murphy Is Satisfied, since he sour-j
ed on Cox, and wants his governor
to be honored. Taggart Is satisfleal
because he has one ambition to real-;
i.e. f lection to the senate of the I 'di
ed States and he believes that with
Marshall running for the presidency,!
Taggart is sure to be swept into thei
senate. Brennan is satisfied because'
he has staked his leadership of thel
Illinois, delegation upen the defeat of
. Adoo Should the latter win, Hren
nafl Will lose all chance of being Sul
The McAdoo forces are loss con-'
cerned over the combination of the,
triumvirate than perhaps the should
be. They figure that few Of the con-,
vcntion will want to trail along With I
Murphv Tag.irl ami Brennan the
three recbgjnlsed bosses in tin con
vention. Bryau Opposes McAdoo.
William Jennings Bryan is opposed
to McAdoo. Some say he can control
jo votes on the nomination, others,
not more than forty? Will he support
the Tammany ticket? The McAdoo
men ask. Bryan will cast his votes,
on the first few ballots, for Senator
Owen of Oklahoma, But the Nbbrasr
kan, as well as his candidate, knows
that the chance is hopeless, excellent
as has been Owen's service In tho
senate. Where, then will Bryan go,
particularly as ho cannot get the
nomination for himself? Only the
Commoner knows and he won't tell 1
All that can be said with any certain-1
ty is that ho Is against McAdoo. Cox,,
1 aimer and everybody else, practi
cally, who is in nomination.
The opposition to Mr .McAdoo ad-
mil that they have practically no
leadership but, on the other hand
I ihey say that the New Yorker has
1 too many leaders In his amp Both
Statements arc true. Mr. Murphy Is
handling tho situation as If he were
i trying to nominate somebody for city
I alderman. He 13 surrounded b able
sveophants who, when called upon for
advice, first learn what is in the
, mind of the chief and then, parrot
1 like repeat it. Taggart, as has been
said, wants the aenatorship and this
I makes him more or less band-wagon
in his attitude. Brennan has never
' been classed as a great leader. It
' was Sullivan who did the leading and
' Brennan. for many years, filled the
i role of lieutenant.
store sawdust Needed.
A very wise observer remarked to
' day that what the antl-MeAdoo group
111 . da La additional sawdust in their
j lo ads so as to stabilize what brains
I 1 hey have. When this was reported
I to one of the men closely associated
jvvith Murphy, he remarked that the
proof of tho pudding would bo the
eating and that when the balloting
was over tomorrow night, the McAdoo
men would know whether or not the
iriurnv Irate had brains.
There Is no longer talk of three or
four ballots. The McAdoo candidacy
is in this position: ,
It Is S bl organized minority op
posed by a headless majority largely
of the band-wagon character. The
Continued on l'age II
TWO UNUSUAL POSES OF DEM CANDIDATE !
IVm jntim.it' ;-v.i. 1 - '.! William CI. SttXaoo Left, a ranch
snapshot, Kf'rlit. ti characteristic attitudeMcAdou often stand:
like this when lie's in conversation,
10 OBTAIN GUT
Supreme Allied Council Un
favorably Impressed as
Session Is Opened
BRUSSELS. July L. The supreme
allied council met th's morning and
began consideration of the program
which will be discussed with Corman
delegates al Hie meeting at Spa next,
A very unfavorable Impression was
created when it became known that(
a memorandum prepared bv German
experts regarding the iscpnomic situa-i
tion 01 Germany and her a Oil it) to
meet the reparation demands had becnl
submitted to the willed governments
The s'p sires regained as a maneuVeri
Intended to prepaig) the w;,v for the'
execution of the treaty.
German) 's Intentions
It was also taken as confirmation of.
reports from Berlin that the attitude,
of ICoriejtantin I'effrenbach, German!
chancellor and head of the German
Spa delegation will be that financial!
settlement must be made on the basis!
of the present economic situation ofl
Germany without taking Into account
any future economic improvement
BKL'SSKLS, July B. The council
I listened to Marshal Foch and others'
report the disarmament clauses of the j
treaty which Germany has not exocut-l
ed and Instructed the military, naval
and aerial experts lo draw up a coin-1
! plete list of such omissions.
I 1-1 . 1 man Falluri -I
Experts of the reparations commix- j
; slon likewise were instructed to pre-I
1 pare a memorandum on Germany's!
I failure to fulfill the coal delivery' re-1
qulretnents. which were discussed In a
I note to the council submitted by the
j reparations commission. The reports :
lot these experts. It is Intended, to pre-1
! sent 10 the German representativ es at
Inuring the recSJUl after the first;
session Premiers Kloyd George and I
Mlllerand conferred with the Belgian1
delegation- It is expected lho council's
conference will be completed by to
day. The allied delegates Intend to
. leave toy Spa Sunduy morning.
I FARIS. July 2. The memorandum
.submitted lo the supreme allied coun
jcll at Brussels this morning v s pre
sented to the lVcnch. British and
1 Italian governments today at their re
spective eapitols. It is understood it
1 tries to establish Germany's inability
materially to fulfill here treaty obllga
WARSAW, July 2. The Ukrainian
government, headed by General Simon
iPetlura has moved from Kamenets
IPodolsk to Dublin, southeast 01 War
I saw owing to the Bolshevi menace.
10 GET RELEASE
American Destroyer Sent to
Help Gain Liberty of Ameri
WASlilNGTQN, July 2'. In a con
certed effort to bring about the re
lease of Mr. and Mrs. Raul Nllsou)
of Illinois, who are held by Turkish;
nationalists, an American destroyer
hits been dispatched to Merslns, and'
the French authorities are holding
Turkish hostages, Admiral Bristol at'
Constantinople reported today to th
Virplaue D uiands Release.
CONSTAvIvTTINOPLE Jul 1 - A dis
patch from MorSlna under date of
June reiterates that Paul Nilson
and his wife,- American missionaries!
who redently were captured by Turk-.
Ish bandits were taken to Silvisk from
Tarsu, Asia Minor, but the Turkish I
officials here den) any Knowledge as.
io where the Americans are. They
jioin'-- !,. mvestigale how.ver.
The American destrovei Parker has
sent an airplane to Tarsus and Adane. I
demanding the release of Mr and Mrs.
(.1 eeks ii forlous.
PARIS, July 2 . The Greek army
vvlmh late last week halted Its Of
fensive again 1 the Turkish national
ists In Asia Minor resumed its ad-)
vafll e on Wednesday and captured the
town of BaUkesrli it is announced In
the latest Greek communique received
lo re ti.da.'.
With the town the Greeks took i4
heavy field guns, 30 ciuick ftrers ami
Balikesrl Is 100 miles northwest of
Smyrna and about fifty miles south
of Pandemia, on the Sea of Marmora.
The capture of Bahkesri makes an!
advance of some thirty miles by thel
i.'-..-k. 1 ..in the line in the region I
of Sama which they had reported'
their troops were consolidating
TO MALTREAT BANKER
CHICAGO, July 2. Police took
Samuel Alport, proprietor of the
Northwestern International State bank
Into custody today following threats
ly a crowd of neighbors. They alleged
that about $0,no0 was entrusted to Al
port, who returned from Europe to
day. t"i- friends and relatives In Rus
sia and l'olund. Tho money was not
received by the consignees, they said.
ARRESTED FOR MAKING
NEW YORK. July 2. Alleged to
ha predioted that Governor Smith
would be nominated for president by
Ihe Democratic national convention.
Mrs. Annie Criswell was arrested at
a hotel her.j today on a charge of for
Struggle Begun When I
Bryan Submits Report I
Urging Bone-Dry Plank I
ScRator Carter Glass Reads Lengthy PlatforRi Which Is
Punctuated by Applause; ScctioR Urging Suffrage
Brings Demonstration Lasting 13 Minutes;
Fireworks Looked for in Prohibi
Text ef Democrat c platform will be found on msidc pages of this issue.
U DITORIUM, SAN FRANCISCO, iulv 2 The baitlc gt the wets and
drys -ot tinder way in the Democratic national convention this afternoon
enon after the platform had been read without making mention ol a pro
hibition plank and V J Bryan was recognized lo offer a bone dry'" plank
as a minonly report. ... ... . . . 5 'M
Mr Bryan presented his own five planks and prohibition plank by 1
former CongTeeaman Hobscn and then Y Bourke Cockran of New York,
took the platform to present anothei minority report,
Mi Cockran presented a substitute tor Mr. Rrvqn'.- prombmon plank
and declared thai Mr Bryan having presented theNiuestion of prohibition
''thank heaven ihe convention can no longer dodge it. '
The plank which Mr. Cockran presented while declaring tor the validity
or the prohibition amendment also declared tor the "manufacture of home
.urm.mmion ..nl . of ci.br. light v..n-s and beer " The convention greeted
the reading ol 'hat phrase with n mighty shout ,nd prolonged cheers, it iH
rpSe,-vHd the .states the righl to fix alcoholic content. iH
E I Doheny ol California presented minority report on ihe Irish qucs
tion i'r posing plank providing for the recognition of the Irish republic
On motion 0! Senator Glass, thi debate was limited to three hours and
thirty minute on a su-pension of the rules Chairman Robinson recognized
Bryan for one hour and the real light started off.
Mr Bryan came to lho convention hall prepared to otfer five planks as
minority report! His dry plank WSJ the same as the one he announced on
hi arrival m San Francisco las- week In another plank he renewed hta
right for aatldnal bulletin tp be published by the federal gowrnmenl. He ;
also had a profiteering plank proposing the elimination pf neotejjry jmWj
die men;' and to ..-pure disclosure ... cod and selling prices am I to tflH
mend creation within the Ma.es 01 commissions similar to ihe rederal trade
commission Knotlw erj bmerei, w'?1'
sal com-hur?orrmnitarv lr:..n'nc in Mme of p.ce H,s rreatj plank wa I
also the same a the one he previously has announced iH
NUGENT HAS WET PLANK
James R, Nugent or New Jersey, was read with a wet plank. Mr.
Frvan and .Mr tfugenl discussed the order of their recognition with chair
man Robinson, auu'ii was arranged thai after the platform has been placed
bek.re th. convention Nugeni would flrsl offer bis wel plank as an amend
mem ami thai Mr. Bryan would offer his drj Plank aa s substitute. m
Another mWorlt) report, dekling with soldier relief, was ready to be
presented by Tom D Ly,oi Oklahoma, it mad no mention of a bonus
but declared for a system o. farm and home loan, 11161 what form the flght
of ihe Irish Sympathiiers for ihelr recognition plank would take had not H
Despite he trouble thai was brewing behind the scenes, the delegates
themselyee seemed good natured as thev gathered en ihe convention floor.
They riled In Joking and laughing as ihey asked cue .mother what the nre
works were going to be hkr
Ten fifteen o'clock saw most of the delegates assembled but on tho plat
form there was not a sign of the convention omcials They stayed in the m
l, k-m.md uorki:v out de.aiN -1 l-rocodur. "..'1. ihe opposing leader..
WANT TO LIMIT DEBATE
One of the plans under consideration in the ba.K stage conference of
Leaders was R suggestion thai all debate on the platforn be limited 10 three
hours and thai balloting tor a presidential 1 indldate should follow its .conj
elusion There was some objection, however, and the consultation continued iSSBBBBj
Without immediate fruit
At 10 21 Chairman Robinson, Senatoi Glass and Mi Bryan appeared to- ,(
aether on ihe platform and there was a scattered patter of applause. Some fH
cheers for Bryan followed rrom corners of the galler.es and there were -a
ot of impatient demands that the convention gel under way. Let s go. lets
. the crowd called. The band quieted ii bj striking up Over rhere
pparenth th plan of procedure had not yet be-n completed and ben;.-to,-
Robinson and the others on the platform gathered n a little circle and
pui their heads together, while the impai.em, ..1 .he thousands gathered
in the hall broke out again in loud demands fol at lion.
1 io 35 Senatoi Robinson pounded lor order nd the hall quieted do.vn
Te-yThVrrayer was bv Rev. Josiah Sibley of San Francisco. Amid cheers
Senator Robinson presented Senatoi Glass and the reading of the platrorm H
1 .eleaies and galleries listened attentively and interrupted ihe opening sbbbbbbb
references to Presidenl Wilson with hand clapping At the point where th 1 ,
platform declares for thi league oJ nations Senator Glass put the emphasis IJ
on the word th and the convention BtOOd up and cheered tor a minute. BBBBBH
Senator Class began reading at the rate Of flftysix words a minut.
n,e plain. mi e.,c.-e.b r.n.m woui.- Withoul Interruptions tot applause 01 .1
Bsneclalb appreciated passages the reading would continue an hour and
rortv minutes The advance estimate of time likely lo be required for the j
actual presentation Of ihe committees majority report was Bomething more Isbbbbb
than two hours.
DEMONSTRATION FOR TREAT V
When the direct declaration Rr ratification or the treaty was reached jH
in the reading there Was another demonstration, about hair the delegates
again getting to 'hew feel and cheering the words or the platform.
When he finished the league plank, Senator Class departed from his
manuscript to say: .
"So much for the league of nations, and my voice, I regret, to sa.v, is tin- bbbbbbbi
pnired trom fighting tor that declaration."
"llo- remark was answered bv applause from some or tho delegates and
Nearly every plank got a little rise of applause v hen H was read but
1 the declarations In ihe platform were not news to many of the delegates
land for the mosl pan. ihev became restless h. tore ihe reading was half com
Ipleted. The monotony of tho proceeding apparently WUS too lame for them
and they showed in many ways that they wore anxious tor the floor right lo
IT'S HOT JOB," GLASS DECLARES
Senator Glass worked bard at the reading and paused many times to
(ripe tho perspiraiion from hia face. I
"It's a hot ob," he remarked just after he had read the agricultural ,
P'dn"It's a hot job." he remarked just after he had read the agricultural
ter and cheering. So far the convention was going smoothly enough.
One of the biggest demonstrations was given the suffrage plank, calling )
on the legislatures of three southern Democratic states to ratify the suffrage 0 j
amendment led by ihe women delegates virtually every one on the con
vention floor got to their fed and cheered, while the standards of Tennessee,
l-'lorida and North Carolina, the three states specirically named in the appeal
for ratUicaiion. were carried to the speaker's stand and held high up before
BAND PLAYS "BEAUTIFUL DOLL"
Soon nearly every other standard was brought up and put Into the clus
ter while ihe band played, Oh, ou Beautiful Doll."
There was a disagreement over both the New Jersey and Louisiana
standards but after a littlo shoving and tussling both or them were carried
out to place and put with the others up in front.
Mrs John Sherwin Crosby of New York, got the Louisana standard start
ed forward over the protest of some of the Louisiana delegates but after she
(Continued on pac eight.)
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