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2 1 ml uuulin 5 1 AnPAKD-EXAMHNER FRIDAY LVEMINU, AUGUST 6. MgfiU.
I PARTYjS SPLIT
!j Forty-eighters Leave After I.I
'I 5 W. W. Control Charges
I NEW YORK. Au 1. Announce-1
Jhent thai the committee of 4S wa-sj
preparing to withdraw forniP from,
H 111 connection with the Farmer-l-anor
H rty of which Parley I Chrlateneen
is the presidential nominee todaj fol-
hiwert close 1 i-hnrft's (v H A Mc
H iollem and Charles A Wmr jfho in (
Ketcnlng a Official! and memtiers of
he I'tah Farmei -Uabot orf anlXatlon, I
Sfhftigeil that the party was controlled
Jv the lnd'istrtal Workers of the
Reorganisation ".f ih romr, if.-o r
Jtnrtv-elsht alonp original linen of the
j.rtv Will he undertaken at a meettnr
K the executive committee Monday,
iccordlnr to Allen McCurdy, secretary
o: h fori -elgbtsri. In a statement
Tnf1"v he nold the Farmer-Labor party
mi a "radical ' organisation and doea
lot adhere o the principles on whi h
H the committee of forty-elghl attempt-
H Id to build a national prf
! I KRTSTf NSFN BUS
H Z. Replying to the charge of McCoI-
H Weaver. Mr. rhr:stensen de-
glared the Farmer-Labor party Is not
B "ijnrter i W, W control bul is corn
el joxeil ( t "OVeryday Americans peeking
v-lief from the Intolerable economic
in atatement Mr. Chrlstsnsen chal
lenged ii.e political Integrity of Mc-
Collem and Weaver,
Mr McCurdy delivered the keynote
H address at the Chicago convention Inst
month When the commute of fort
fl elpht attemp'.ed through amaliramn-
tion with the Labor and Slnrle Tax
parties and adherents of other polltl
'.il crcrrl, to form a third party
H Thr labor party, ' Mr McCurdy
tald, started out to create a class
party whli h should appeal onl;. to or-
H cani:-' . workers to the end thai
ii ol of the American Federation of
ljihor should pas from Its present
leadership Into thai of the Iniurgenl
and to introduce guild soeia'lsm Intoi
it is plain that St Is Impossible for
these two to meet, join. merKf or am-1
algamatO. M1 md water do not mix
RADK M i SM WON
Mr. McCurd) aor.erted that While
the committee of forty-Sight had peon
nominally represented .it ths, eohven-
tion which nominated Mr. Christensanl
most leaders and delegates had Koiif i
home when they saw that the prln
M ipies of the forty-elghtars b id been i
fl swallowed by the radicalism of thej
Except the Maryland organisation
Ihd certain Individuals, Including Dud-
ley Field Malone. who ha'- subacrll d
to the Farmer-Labor plarform. thej
eommittee of frly-elght Is still intact
1 Air. McCurd said
B1 .. The followins telegram sinned b H
A. McCollem was was received at ,
Porty-Elght headquarters from ealti
"The Utah committee of forty-elEhi
intact Organised labor resents attl-
tude of the Farmer-Labor party, i'tah
.oters desire new !ib-rii partx- not I
controlled bj rabid radicals."
I WIRES HARDING AND t
Before starting for Nashville, Tenn , '
i late today. Mr. Chr!stensn rent tele-1
drama to Senator Uardthg and Govev
H J nor fox. urgliiR thai thej ;- to Ton-!
nesage to untr passage of the suffrage
j amendment b ih- Tenm i gli b
T have received the appaling Infor-
mation that ratification bj T( nnaasee
is in grave doubt," the message de-1
lares. It then calls attention to the
fact that llardliiK and Cux are lead-1
ers of the Republican ami Democratic,
parties, respectively and says
"As the chosen leader of one of!
I these parlies, you can not avoid bclns;
responsible for what happeni lo the
I suffrage amendment In thai -tat.
I There is one way in which you cah
I demonstrate your since r it m ine mat-
I ter. That Is. b procc. Iik ., ire
P Vashvllle. and exerting four powerful
I influence upon your party adherents
! there In behalf of ratification
I REG VITA OPEN BSD
WINNIPEG, Man. Aug. -The two
day regatta of the Northwestern In
ternationa! Rowing association opened
bere today on the Red river course
Several crews from Canada and two
from the I'nlted States participated
Toi the Blr Thomas Llpton trophy,
now held by Duluth.
I NOTICE j
Oh, hoy. look whafn coming", the
southern Pacific Federated shr.p craft j
nig parade, headed b the famous
.-'Oir hnt n 1 a Ifl' '..ami
And oh. looVie. The world famous I
clown band coming too. and my oh. j
nn if there ain't Mutt and Jeff and
oh boy, lookle. Charlie Chaplin did
you ever see antthinsr like It. Comej
oji everybody Friday evening Aug 6
-t h p, m
Y Line of march From citv hall
square on Washington avenue to
Twenty -second, roun"r march on,
Washington avenue, on t.nnt avenue
to)Tw,ent: -tifib streei on Twenty-fifth
id I'nlon depot, counter march on
Twenty-fifth to Washington aen e
All members of Pou.hern Pacific
lderated hop craft, rt port at It!
h)li hi T .10 pi m. to participate In
Bj order of chairman Ad
IS PUT Hpi
Benjamin Salman. Federal
Conscientious Objector Pris
oner Believed Unbalanced
WASHINGTON, Aug. S. Benjamin
.1 Salman, x general prisoner of the
conscientious objector class, who re
cently went on a hunger stclke while
under confinement .t Fort Douglas,
I'tah. arrived today In Washington,
and was placed In St. Elisabeth's fed-
ii insane asylum for observation.
Coincident with Salman's commit-'
1 ment to the asylum, Secretary Baker'
received a telegram yesterday frcm
ll'crley P. Chrlstenscn. presidential :
I nominee of the thlid party, and coun
sel to.- Salman, asking Shut Balmail be
Kien Immediate freedom.
The war (lepaitment. In announcing
Salman's commitment, say Salman
was tried originally at Camp DodgcJ
, 1c w.i, for desertion, dlxobedh n e ot or- .
!der and for distributing literature to'
soldiers tending to influence them not I
to accept any kind of service In thej
j army and tending to Induce Insubordi
nation and disloyalty among them Ills
'original senten--e of twenty-five years
i vas reduced to five yean In April,
1P19. Since July. 191?, he has been!
serving a sentence at Fort Douglas,
' The group of prisoners confined at
'Fort Douglas r.;te not been required
: to do any work, except that connected
ith their own upkeep.
"In April, Salman .i nnounced In a
I letter to the wnr department that he I
I mri not Intend HO do any more labor,'
even of the kind required f theru In
I I onnrction with preparing their nod.:
The authorities did not discover that
..Imnn was falling to do his share of
iihe work L;ntil about July 14 It seems
jthat ano'.her prisoner, whose sentence
I expired July 1 2. had been doing Sal
nian's work .is well as hi6 own. Q'he
other prisoners reported that they
would not cook food or do luboi for
rhls man who refustd to do his shore
Salman whs then furnished ins ration
daily and was riven the opportunity
I I o cook the same If he so desired. He
refused to cook h.s own ration and
I went on a hunger strike.
"Ho was examined each day by the
urgeon and after eleven days' strike
he was taker, into the hospital for ob
servation and treatment, Forcible
j feeding was resorted to Palmar, mak
ing g nominal resistance."
Mayor Seeks 2000
Citizens tc Guard City
(Continued from lr:Kt One)
were killed, thirty-four injured and
thousands of doilaia property damage'
Incurred. Two thousand volunteer po-
ilcemen are expected to prevent a rc
cutrenco of the trouble
The rioting begn late in the after- ;
m on finu it was not until 1 o'clock i
tin? morning thai membeiS of mobs!
Which had kept police ou .n various'
p.'.rts of the city for more than six'
nours had dlsp-ised
Fight street cars wero wrecked, the
office of The Denver Post partialis !
I demolished arm dainage done to car
barns in widely separated sections or
I the- city.
I isr OF DE !
I Tiie dead:
j Blake, union sympathiser, shot j
and Instantly killed.
A. G Smith, Denver, died of bullet
I The riois followed the first success- j
fu. effort of the tiamv.uy company tol
curry pn&serier r on F.'reet cart man-'
lihd! by armed strlkebi eakei s TwO,
cars were blocked motor truciw i
just as n parade of ioto sttikers and
sj nip.uh!z.;i s w ere pcsJnig. som. 1
one t.irew B hi IcU a. id the paiaUers
became an unbridled niob. Car win-'
Idows were Bmashed, protective steel1
s.reens torn off and strike breakeis'
I bad I j beaten before i oi t . could re-:
s'.re ordei One man was shot In the,
T.ie Denver Post was the next ob-!
,ct of the mob's attack that paper
; h iving opposed the strike Ifiverj
jwndow In the placi- w.is broken !
presses were hammered and sand
I thrown Into the rollers; the business
; office was wrecked;, record and Ji:.
jtures being thrown Into the Street, the
'engraving room was demolished and!
type and llnotyji? in;. trices scattered
I throughout the composing room
n iikh hos ii . HERS
While the mob was finishing the
:Job at the Post another crowd hud
gathered at the east Denver car barns
and a third moo had attacked the1
isourh Denver bams where 150 st: ike
breakers who had arrived during the
duy were housed Several hundred
shots were fired i the litter place,
!at which the two fatalities occurred.
Tins mob did not disperse until well
Whtle police weie engaged In quell
j ln ih-s mobs, four stiee' cars which I
had been waiting l a residential set -;tlon
for the (rouble dowh town tol
abate were attacked by a crowd ofi
S00Q persons The cars were over-
,tirned. the strike breakers after re
ceiving a severe beating sought refuge
in the Cathedral of the Immaculate i
lOonoeiptlon and were saved by Inter-'
I Vent ion Of priests until rescued b po
lice. An attempt was made to burn
the cars but serious damage bv fire
I Was prevented.
All during the evening Ma or Ba!
Folki mar-el at M & O Potato Flakes
' ever vaw such oven Potato n.iko in my life."
I one woman said, ,
I Sa Potnto Flakes 1 1 . a t are aliced
sllsVI 51 perfectly even, like M & G's. cook
1 bb-5--i'IP npj through In exactly the same len'ii
i KgCf T01 "f ,1IIle- Whin ihe batch is lifted
I Jn AOsv from not tt, every flake ? the
4 of) f)S -;in30 bright, polden hue no bum
j -SZm&k ! fdKes no pale underdone por
j IfllaSBBF bPTSBBBWsbI " rpet PfCtlOP M & G
fJZll3 At Your Oroctrt
J sy A TiTy&S Colorado Potato Flake A. Mfg. Co
9 Thl Denver. Colo.
I , -J 1 1' " Bl &e Sax.od Pa clcqo Always
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I V ' " ' ' ' " '
Masked lives! How many do
I YOU know? Where the world
EH cannot see them and the
ma?k is removed what then?
I Sl 9 t, 1 WITH LOIS WILSON
I cS Directed by Thomas Heffron
I f Scenario by Walter Woods S
I . . nil A Strang, el v bhrilling romance of New York's veiled identities Of men pj
Piciunzed From the Famous novel by and wcffic.a) S00fi ariCJ bad masquerading in the rushing milUons play-
r. o a? , u Lnc their secret games of love, intrigue and mystery. Nothing like it ever
Giorge Ban McLulcneon .a , . f-' ' A
i shov.Ti before. I ,
I Spid LOPS K OW
I THE HAWAIIAN TROUPE IN A C OMPLETE CHANGE OF FROGRAM I
I PRICES 10c - 20c - 30c Door50pen Curta!n, 1:45 l
2:15, 4:00, 5:45, 7:30, 9:15
I Sv BILL HART in "SAND"
i . Governor Shoup. 'hlvf of l'ollce.
Hamilton Armstrong, who w;w Injured I
earlier by n flying brick, :ind other I
citj official were in conference at j
be 5t.it'- house considering the sdvla-
nbility of asking for federal troops. A
decision was reaobed early today to
jiciy on vol. ateefs and spciul pollce-
: i Oil, all of whom were r-ril red to rc
pori to the clt hall for strike duly
A H. Hurt, Intsrnktlona) org.inlier
for the union, and President Silberg
o-. the local union. In s'n'omentn Is
Isued last night, deplored imp mob -lo-llin
e and disclaimed all responsibility
'for I lie Htrlkers.
j Ocncral .Manager Mild of th com
' pany announced early today that cars
I would be run today. He declared
there were 60ft strike breakers here
and more on the way.
Soviets Will Sign;
Premier Is Informed
(I'oiitlnuod from Page in )
but that It demands that the terms of
the armistice Include reasonable guar
I autoes which would prevent attempts
on the part of Poland to use the period,
of the armistice for the renewal of,
The sole obstacle In the way of the,
beginning of negotiations for the sus
pension of military operations, says'
the note. Is the absence of the Polish
dl legates, whose return Is being uwalt-'
e.l by the reprcentatlves of the soviet,
government In order that n gotlatlons:
may be Immediately opened.
NOTE in PART.
The note continues:
"The Russlun soviet government'
again declares that It Is firm In the'
recdsjffrttton of the freedom inil inde-j
pendence of Poland and Its willing-1
rcse to grant to the Polish states
Idar frontiers thqn were Indicate;! by
the supreme council and mentioned In!
the British note of July JO."
With regard to the proposeil Ixmdon
peace conference, the note says In sub-j
.i nee lhat th soviet government hid
' ' i .". ..' L -l -J -
proposed that the conference be only,
with the leading powers of the en-l
tehte because the usefulness of such!
a conference arose from the fact that!
without the assistance of the leading
powers war could not be waged by
..il sr states again! Russia, nnd so the
peace f Kurope would be guaran-;
. SERV1 BOTH I M I SRI Ms
The Kameneff statement continues:
"We me s:ill of the opinion that di
rect negotiations with Poland for
peace would servo the Interests both of
the Russian and Polish peoples."
The conference in London between
Russia and the leadlr.g powers of the
entente, nays the communication, I
"would have for Its object the regu-.
lorlzatlon of the International posi
tion of Russia and the settlement of
all outstanding questions between here
nnd tho allies, for tho benefit of gen
The guarantees the soviet lifslreS;
that Poland will not uso the armistice I
period for a renewal of hostilities. It'
Is set forth. Include her partial dls-'
aimament and cessation of the re-'
i ultlng of conscript soldiers as well
. voluntary enrollments.
II Kameneff also refers to his In-,
tervlew with Premier Lloyd George
;ond states that he forwarded to the
sclet government the premier's statc
'menl "with regard to the decision of
the British government to side with
Poland nnd to renew the blockade in
i nsrquencc of the Invasion of eth
nographical Poland by the troops of
the soviet government "
Poland Still Hopes
To Save Us Capital
WARSAW. Aug. 5. 9 p. m. (By
The Associated PreSB). The defen
sive line east of Warsaw has been
pierced In several places, according to
reports from 'he front. Preparations
have been begun for transferring the
government If that move Is necessi
tated by the Russian advance. The
officials, however, siill hope the sov
I let forces will be checked somewhere
j east of the Vistula
No announcement has been made
las to what place the government would
move to. but It Is reported It would
be Poscp or Cxestochowa. 113 miles
southwest of Warsaw, near the Slleslan
9 Rl lis t H iss in ;.
Of the developments along the
eastern defense Una, the word from
the front shows that after a halt of
several das whll reinforcements
were brought up and supplies for
warded along the river, the Bolshev
Ikl forced crossings of the Hug at n
number of places. At one point,
southeast of Ostroy, the soviet troops
are reported to have crossed the river
In large numbers.
Tonight's communique from head
quarters announced lhat the Russians
had forced the Hug In the region
of Drohioiyn (about 70 miles cast of
tho capital), this being a part of tho
soviet movement to outflank the de
fend) re of Warsaw. The Poles counter-attacked
and fierce fighting Is continuing-
BOU6HJ im REP1 i 51 D.
Between Drohiezyn and Brest-L.lt-ovsk,
the communique continues, the
Poles launched a counter-attack
against the Russians who had cross
ed the Bug below Brest-Lltovsk. In
the region of Brest-Liiov sk, which la
in the hands of the Russians, they
recoiled for an attack which compell
ed the Poles to evacuate Tcrespol, Jut
to the west of the river.
There was fighting at arlous points
to the south, but without gains for
The soviet troops have been check
ed In their westwurd puh along the
Prussian border, the statement an
nounces They have reached Mysz
nlcc In an advance apparently design
ed to bring them to the Warsaw-Pan-zig
railway. Military observers as
sert that this is part of the Russian
outflanking movement planned to en
circle the capital.
Russian gains arc conceded north
' and cast of Warsaw where the soviet
forces are regrouping for what may
1 be the final exertion in their attemnt
, to bring Poland to their terms of
: peace bv directly threatening her cap
ital. LMERIC INS l R IXSFERRED.
WARSAW, Aug o. 635 p. m.
i By The Associated Preas). Owing
to the desperate situation on the front
j nearem Warsaw, the Koscluszko
squadron, the air force comoosed for
I im ii iimkumj
I tho most part of Americans, attached
to the Polish army. Is being trans
i ferred from tho southern front. The
i squadron will aid in the defense of
1 the Polish capital.
The American consulate In Warsaw
will be closed Friday and Consul Ran
kin Is making preparations to depart
' Friday night. Moat of the records
hove already been shipped away.
The American legation here Is also
l ared to close within a ery fw
The legation employes have
hipped all their bagguge to Camp'
Grappa, ih? emergency headquarters'
of ihe American typhus expedition. j
The operations of the Koscluszko
squadron will be begun In Its newi
field within two or three days. Mean-;
while bullet battered tanks which saw
service In the great war rumbled .
through the streets of Warsaw today
on the way to engage the Russians.,
The arrival also began of 76 milli
metre guns which the French used
against the Germans on the western
front. Several artillery detachments
srlth these gins as their weapons left
for the nearest front where fighting
with the Russians was in progress.
These batteries were expected to bo
gfn action on Friday.
DUKE OF ALBA TO WED
MAfiRIH. Aug. I. Announcement
of 'he betrothal of the Duke of Albs
and the ilsrrhSSSl t'aJJ Vicente i I
Bareo, daughter of the Duke of Ala-
ga, is expected soon, according to a
1 report from Santander. The marrl
1 age. It Is said, probably will occur
late In September at the Spanish em
baisy In London, t'wlng to the fact
that the Spanish court is In mourning
as the result of the death of former
Kmpresa Hugenie. the ceremony will
1 be witnessed by only a few near
frieidi of the contrictlng parties.
The Duke of Alba holds six ducal
t titles, la a grandee of Spain and a
i constable of .Navarre, while the Mar
1 chesa's family was enobled In 1H.
In the pan 1 months. Italy im
ported more than 2.000,000 tons of
! REPORTS GAIN ' 4
j OF 25 POUNDS
"I have calnd twenty-five pounds b
, taking Tanlac ana never frit better,'
said E. J. Coleman, well known paint
f-r and docorator. of 195 Michigan mc
nue, Winnipeg. Bean.
"About a year pro I had double pneu
. monia," said Mr Coleman, "and It !tfl
tne a wreck. I wan too weak to walk
hy myself and m stomac h wns in s'ich
had shape I conk' hardly eat enough lo
I p a bird alive My nfrves were sc
Shattered I nlnost collapsed when a
irlend one day unexpectedly flapped
me on the back. It was out cf tho quos
tion for me to r.leep at night I was
i vr-n afraid to bo alono In the dark niid
had to have someone In the room with
me all day. My Kidneys vere so out ol
order that I had a pain acroa my buck
neatly all the time and I lost so much
ight I actually looked like a frami g
"1 had taken so much medicine With , i
out potting better that I was dlscoui- ?
iged and when my folks brought mo a , jB
bottle of Tanlac I didn't want to lake j
it; but finally I tried It and. much to I
my surprise. I began to improve right I
away, Now I am on m fourib bottle I
and am so well 1 can do as hard a
; day's work as an man I eat heartily I
of anything I want and necr hu "
the sllshtest pa!n or trouble of any
ort whatever now. As long as I live rr
I'll never bo able to praise Tanlac M
enough for what it has done for rne."
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Mclntyro Drug Co Two busy stores. H
Stops Hair Coming Out; M
Doubles Its Beauty.
A few cents bins Dandorino After !jVi
an application of Danderlne you can SjL'v
not find a fallen hair or any dandruff
hosiles every hair shows new Ufe I9f
'tot, hrightnesf , moro color and wS
thlokneia. '4. ; .
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