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OKS LKE A DEADLOCKLowden or Johnson
LO CIK Aa majority will coi
AT C. o. P. CONVENTION the dark horse or
The Lowden forc<
Chicago, June 6.-Prospects for a ing as high as 250
deadlocked Republican convention are ballot and the Woo
growing with the arrival of unin- many. The Johnse
structed delegates who hold the bal- stated in figures
anceof pwer.senator's headquar
ance of power. hiully additions to
Out of the deadlock which will be- After looking ov,
produced by the failure of Wood, situation with its
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forces to command leadership, the men *hose influen
ne the nominee, be counts in the party councils have cor
one of the "big to the conclusion that about the be
way out is to let the cand idates wi
a.tonight are claim thelargest number of suporters tr
I votes on the first a few heats to show the conventi
d forces equally as what they can or cannot do. Tho
n claims are not favoring this plan feel perfectly cc
but the California tam that none of the candidates w
ters are climing be nominated on the test ballots.
his, column. May Look at Dark Horses.
er the much mixed After the three leading candidat
latk of head and have deonstrate to the conventi
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that they have not enough votes to
nominate themselves' it is argued that
the delegates t'hemselves will be in
b6tter position to determine whether
they prefer to combine on one of the
three, or look at some dark horses.
Up to this time dark horses have
gone begging for riders because those
who had any considerable support
like Johnson, Lowden or Wood re
fused to look at others for fear of
indicating weakness before a test of
strength had been made.
Even those who favored a dark horse,
were unable to render any support
for him because here had been no op-,
portunity for one (lark horse to estab
lish lead over another. To the mass
of uninstructed delegates they are all
a 1ot of dark horses and nothink more.
The practical politicians began to
realize today that the only solution
offered was to let the convention call
for a dark horse and then show it a
few, with the possibility, of course,
that the convention might decide it
could go further and fare worse than
to take Johnson, Lowden or Wood.I
All the discussion tonight of the
principal balloting centers around
these three names, but the (lark horse
names are too many to be recorded.
If any set of practical politicians
had agreed 'among themselves to put
the convention into a deadlock for
their own purposes it is doubtful if
they could have done better than the
convention itself is threatening to do.
Three ballots and possibly four by
Thursday night, is the prediction be
ing most freely made, coupled with
the further prediction of final bal
loting on Friday.
llughei Being Mentioned.
The plan looks placid enough, but
it is not without its possibilities of
fireworks. It is realized on all sides'
that the forces of neither Johnson,
Lowden or Wood will give up the'
struggle without a battle. The fight
upon the platform planks, particularly
that on the League of Natioils, con
tinue sto promise a test of strength
o fthe various elements and renewed
predictions are being made that the
elements which succeeds in framing a
platform acceptable to the convition
will also be able to provide a candi
(fte equally acceptable. At this time
four years ago Charles Evans Hughes
was as good as nominated although
the ballots were not cast until four
days later. Tonight he is being men
tioned here and there among the
dark horses. Mention of former Pres
sident Taft is heard in the same
Q way. The Hughes talk, which could '
not be denominated a boom, and yet
ce bears the stamp of a good - deal of ti
support, wa4 brought in by Ne'w York ra
business men, and financiers who con- pl
at tended he was a man upon whom all %
th the elements could unite. Gov. Sprout n)
ot of Pemisylvania and Senator Harding in
n of Ohio also figured in the specula- m
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1 YORK CITY
VELRY STORE IS ROBBED
York, June 5.-Two robbers en
the jewelery establishment of
feld Company of Nassau today.
threw pepper into the eyes of
the proprietors and fled with a
said to contain $100,000 worth
nically and aclentiflcanIy
'or greatest security un
oad conditions. Theo
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