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RENEW FIGHT TO UNSEAT
92 TAFT DELEGATES PUT
ON ROLL BY COMMITTEE
Hadley and Watson
Long Debate on Form
SOME HOT EXCHANGES
Flinn Rebuked by Chairman
Root and Forced Back Into
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'lay, not much (hanse in tempera
ture; ;nht wf-stfrly winds.
Tt-inperature at 7 a. in., ."3. Hieh-f-st
(-s..-rday. C4, Iuwu.-t last nipht,
Vf-lof-ity cf wind at T a. ni., f, miles . ai
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Pre' ipitation, none.
Ktlative humidity at 7 p. m ,
at . a. in., 83.
Stace of water, .. a fail of
in last L' 1 hourii
J. M. SHEHIER. Local Forecaster.
(From noon today to oooo tomorrrnr.)
Pun set ZX ri.-t-s 4.. Kveninj?
fctars: M:irs. Jupiter. Mercury. Moru
ltii; stars: Vi-uus. Saturu.
eon vi I'tinn
1 to 'he a'ioiiitrn in
it ti s and a siih-
f regular . om
'ut- l.y Mail., y t!,at th" lloi h- viit list
of (ii'li-ua'":- he .- l.ijiit 1 1 il !..r the t' tii
oiary . Had!" npi I d t!ie (!
I'n'i . arp'iins to unseat oi:'"ottd
Tal't d'-l. t.-s.
ll i ll.y jin si nt,) a sta:. mem of II
t:i in!" of It." iiiiti.mal ornniit"-"
i'lat " ii'i . ti ll (i, '., I'j'i-s should no'
I" Ma" 'I. II" if v i. .m .1 tin cm nts of
w-s.t. flay, 1. adiiii; ip to fh.e rulinu ,f
( li.iillnaii Kiisi nii'i r. whii h nuaslii'd a
mot it ,n tu .uri:i' t i . - tempi'i ai y roll.
itni haiil that win!.- tli'- th n ould
i ale forcibly M:-.
mil and f r i t T -:
efi ; ri -d to -A ait
s" il on caiiitii;
ri. i:ns i nit nt i m iii. I..
Ii.i;l.y ill tie dt tails of tin- rc.n-
.- f d c ::s .- to i -1., r s; . ak. r.-. and af
i i -. vit.ji fil'U'e to K'losew-h. piead
f.i' i" i M'tiiiiifi - In I -1 r om and the
1 .' -t .on ilc liied uj ou tin- iiues'ioi, of
pi tlK'l j H',
ll.i-ii'. :;s foHowed by W. T. Dow-
II i f V.'asiiiiintiiii. ilio argued in fa
vor of 'iV.e Tnft d( l. Mt' S ironi Wash
i 1 1 1 ' 1 1 s- all ,1 ! lie . runi'ti' He
was "iM'i r'y f-iUe that the
Vf-l. ngti'ii en r was carried
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aliuut the We,
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v. as sn.al 1.
i Allen w a el.
1 1 a. : ey's n:oi m:i, A 1-
I III'. ''ll'S Slaf illl l.ta
.iiigion prinari and
to bhow Taft's vote
ll'f lu-ed to s.iv n heth
to support the Illll.-
it int.-i:.;. ,i i
:.! of the i or i
h'imM "on on-
I i t it'll. He Mild lu
ll million 'hat his
i:'ti::r:itio:i i tot
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i.f at uiio. i, (herring ard angry
slim :s toll'in.-'i
hi mi n i i- iii.vnii.
.-i iiator lli iiienuay of Indiana fol
ium. I A 1 ii-l. . lie t.pu'ke agaili.-t tl"
II. nil' i mot '-,Ti. II,- sai.l ih.it of 1 4
n en,: i r.- of the nominal i om in :t 'i .-
iotfMt. i.i'ainst the fo..,i'.iitt. s
i. II, ..11 I. nt iuo httii been retired
1 1 i in ti.e loiMnlMtr t!ii ..ear.
Heine r. i ay dn hired the iiork of
:! i mi. in ii in- was il'.ne fifli and
i - iil.tr Ii . Iii.ir.g llciM nw :i s
Si e. Il a I'' l.i.Sl ll a I i.lll fchllUU il,
"Hon a I'd ii ( rum m? '
I'l.Mtooi: mi mil: I i.iw.
Iliii.inway (.ail il,. might oi'.
ilen.ii I'lnrose, but said "lYr.ros-e
alme Klinn every im.c" Tl.e I't nii
s 'la i:i i i:s ii eiit wild. Ciimbini; iipi-ii
th.i.rs and brandishing i.Ms. il,e it 11
i. l i 'ii I. .t.s and i i! n 1 1 at i. in a: the
; .lk.V Flinn hii:ielf took a prom-
ii. ent part In the demons! ration.
U'-ot can.e to the fnu.1 of the stae
and point ir.g at Flii.n said if Flinn
waalt.i to ioniiiien.1 his cause to (le
..'!.' people he must listen re.-pn t
fi.liy to artun.eats. Flinn an se
amid gnat confusion and was order-
to take his seat. Flinn sat down.
K.KH w as he rt d.
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In the n.idt-t of a new tumult Flinn
iliu-bed on a chair and made a point
of ord.r "that personalities cf Pen
rose and Flinn were not in order."
j The i hair ruled aean.st Flir.n and or-
dere.l him seated Fl'nn stood d.--,
fiantly for a minute ar.d then sat down.
I Hen.enway was followed Ly (leoree
i L. Kecord of New Jersey, for the
I KiH'Srvelt fide. He dealt with the
I Arior.a a:.d Indiana cases.
' 1.41.1 ElilEs (.KlIH KK.STI ESS.
Crow .'.9 in the galleries beiame rest
less d ir r.g Keiords argument it was
'laiKh.-on time and as the pnct.edines
were tame many spectators cre leav
ing. Mcdovtrni moved a reus-, but
there were cne,of "No'." and -the iw
lion was not put.
I Kfs.m.ii.g. Knord asst-rt.d that in
cr.e district in Icdianapclis the returns
I w . re male up by t facials without evtin
o;nii.i tie baliot boxes
lll.lll IHHKII IKEUTE11.
The entire Indiana delegation broke
: to ail uproar V. E. English, dele
gate from the seventh district, wildly
waii-.-- hii d.-.-lar-d there was
. a . i':'. there.
Vi iuiii iiciltoa Lye, Kooaevtilt Indi-
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19. 1912. TWELVE PAGES.
ar.a dtlr -cate. sho'.ued at English. The
latter yflkd hak: "Liar: Liar: Liar:"
and started towards Dye. Others !
i.z'd the two men and kept them
MUMv VT TO PK.IIT.
In a lull. Mayor Shanks of Indiar.ap
e!:.. shouted from his seat to Record:
"If you keep on you'll get a scrap out j
l of in.-.
i So nrifh disorder occurred in the
! fjallerie.- that Root ordered a brief
te.e.-. Ke.ord resumed his argument,
?'taekini; the rieht of 'he contested
men on t hi- In. liana delegation to sit
in the 'ii vent ion.
Koia rt Moriis of Arizona followed
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ii' i ''i 'i. ii. 'iii. mil. ,ii i ' , .ii. iia.nt j i
i-esolutior.. Thomas H. Devine of Col- I
orado .-iioke amimst the Hadley mo-
I;evjrie iitt '.' kfi the opposition at
every oii.t ;.nd was (onstantly in
trouble with the audience.
ovrr.vrs iu:Mt'M Ei.
fievir.e, in Lis speech denounced the
southern contests. Soit.e one yelled
his: statements were not true.
"Vim say thev are not true," he
shouted, "but 1"1 of tbese contests
ivt-re throw i out of the committee un-anii:iou.-!y."
This brought a cheer from tbe
iuii: i ion i mti: i i:m.i.
Chairman Koot at last threatened
me i X' eptioiially noisy member of
the Texas delegation with removal
from tl.e hall. Comparative (juiet en
sued. C. C. Littleton of Texas supported
the Hadiev motion. Hi- argued for
ularity of the K-.o-ielt dele-1
He denied Deime's barges
Hl'fl lauded l.len. '.HUelOJ S.'lia ne:""'" iiiuild .i tui..-u mita
wbi' n Taft (felegGfe and intended toTcannot he hennltted."
vote for T.tft. I The rebel reply sent by Colonel Or-
l.ittleton conclcded bis address j ozco says in part: r
with tiis 'T rlar.it ion, "Lyon built up! "Although the Amerieatr govern
Mi (ii--; nidation in Texas against tnent, trampling ostensibly the neutral-
.tes of hell cannot I're-
IHMI El.'l I l HI J.II tM'llll.
John l. Mal:ay. Taft lb legate-at-lai'ge
from Michigan, ib ( land the
Hooseieil people were never open nor
fairM.iiiii.il in consid-.Ting (iintists.
He to!. i of the '1,:,1:" hy Rooscveltians
lioiu t';.' 'a lie e'UlIity convention
and (!! iaied the leg.ihu.ty of the
Michigan in 1. sat. s ;it larL-.-. Ma. kay
( It ( la rt 1 if the npulilnaii parly was
still an adheri nt of ihe sipiare deal,
no ';' is'lon could be raised as to the
rUM of t!'. Tart ib b gat
.-it in t! e convention.
.lami s K. Watson. Taft floor lrader.
t"( i, i n. platform in cpiotitlon amid
SIDELIGHTS ON THE G. O. P.
. .-j'.-i i.tl l.i The Arfi;us.)
ni nt ion Hall, Chicago,
The republican national
.lion la.t'l th" opening
"id (ia.-'s hostilities
tl.e prospect of the Teddy elephant
packing its trunk and beating it back
to the jungle, lucid-ntally, the Tafl
iies have found out what it means
to swipe a man with s'rong teeth injwi.h everyone in the vast throng that
the incut Ii. 1 l.e . -xpen.-nce is not un-; , r,i(-,im .,
l.ke that of the individual who, key. d
t i tl.e striking point by alcoholic
i everag( s. experienced the sudden ter-
n.eti y t siap a i.uinios an n.e lai -
The irstwhi'.e id.-al ot the party is
t.-l.ting. l.!t...c niad. and in his rage
is apt to do most an; thing
'be sitting of another day s sun. He
is desperate bejond the power of
control, while the "thieves" are crow
ing over tu st blood and thirs'ing for
more. N'ofhiiig feet ms to please the
dominating influences, dominating as
tli- y truly are by hook or by crook,
than the prostiect of Tefdy and his
dhorts boiiiim They se m to prefer
to lose wi'h Taf: than to win with
Theodore, and unless the tables are
turned :n the second day of the con
vention that is what is going to hap-
1 pt-n wi'h
At all events the
l I arty
is hopelessly torn asunder, it
on th v.Tie of complete wrefk.
univt rsi'.ly is this fact conceded
that the ruhuc eye is turnm to Ilal. pack(fd wilh Ifcader( 8tationed h,re ; jU(Jm r. J. Searle. Commissioner R.
timnre as the rresider.t makmg city. - fcnd tfcre, to STart the harkinp r. Reynolds. James McNamara. Dr.
and despite the excitement that has,wh(n that bkrki broke kjBe aM ese i F. A. Smith. S. J Collins. City At
already attended the development of ,ag ,ogt ! tornev J. F. Wit-er. Mavor H M.
the past tew days m this city and the
prospect of still more, what wi.l occur i
h-re will attract more curiosity than
lr.'erest. The outcome enn'uailv of
ha'ever may happen is a foreeone
ccncri.ton. it r'.t.- rcuKe ana re-
pudiaticn snd defeat at the hands of;
f eople. What is harpemr.g is the
'he Conflagration IS "O
t;ie Lbs jpemiis fceboion of the
ISLAND ARGUS, mm
TO OBEY ROOSEVELT OR
TO U, LINE
Government Has Plans
for Capture of Juarez
AN AMERICAN WARNING
Orozco Is Advised of Possible
Consequences of Firing
Juarez, Mexico, June ID. Distinct
tension is manifest here over the news
of the latest pevernment plans to cap,
t,m th,s ,own an, ,ne rlt' ot Chihua-
hua, the only impor'ant rebel points.
The approach of big federal columns
from the state of Sonora makes it oh- j
vious fighting will occur close to the
American border within a few days.
That American officials are expect
ing an engagement is Indicated by
correspondence made public between
Colonel K. Z. Steever, commander of
the department of Texas, and Pa-vual
Orozco, Sr. father of the rebel com
mander in-ihicf and head of the Juarez
I AI TIOXS AfJAINST FIHIMi.
Colonel Steever cautions the rebel
cc iiimaiider that in case of an encoun
ter at Juarez "you must so conduct op
erations as not to bring any part of
the territory of the Vnited States un
der your fire; the use of bullets,
shells, shiapni 1. bombs or other pro
jectiles or explo.-ivcs by either of the
contending .Mexican torces in such aj
:m:mntr as to endanger if- or property
, ity laws, orders you to sustain whh all
I efficacy that 'bunch of mercenary Ma-dr-ristas"
that are acting in El Paso, I
assure you that we will try In every
' possible way to meet the londitlons of i
vour communication, but without prom
' ising to do it in case the American an- j
Ithorlties sanction the passing to this!
'side of the Madcrista troops, which!
, publicly are being organized in El
: I'aso under the direction of the Mexi
; can consul. E. ('. Llorente."
J Allll.MmH Vlll(:s OPTIMISM.
i New York. June l!i. Henry Lane
i! large to ! Wilson, American ambassador to Mex
! ico, will spend the next few davs in
New York City. He has been in Wash
ington on official business, and on
reaching New York gave out the fol-
convention was animated enough, it
proved a wearisome afternoon. VI o
, Rosewater, who In his capacity
as national chairman, presided over
the preliminaries, is not a forcible
character. He Is small in statue, has
a weak voice, and the proceedines
under his direction followed very much
the lines of a poorly umpired ball
tame. It was tiresome in the extreme.
of .expectancy that something wa6
going to happen. There was an ever
j pervading feeling of suppressed excite-
l ment. Hosewafer. meanwhile, had
; merely to carrv out a proerarn ln
wh. h , d h thoroushlv re-
j h,.ar6e(i. Surrounded by a corps of
the best parliamentarians in the coun
try, he had but to listen to the prompt
ings "when new questions came up,
pound his gavel energetically and de-
; clare the majority of the motions from
jthe Roosevel'ians "out of order." So
it dragged along through the speeches
hearing on the nominations for tem-
pornry chairman until the election cf
Root W hen the New York statesman
; took the gavel more life was put into
proceedings, and from this on
thines will go with more dash and
perhaps greater fury. ,
It was evident from the first that
the national committee controlbd the!
"noise" The cilleries were r arefnll v :
Trie reai doings are expected from
this on. If Roosevelt aDnearn in ner-
fjf ' a'It In Old f"r.!l.llTn T Vl rr. T, t- r, r T I
w ,. ... ' ..-. ..,,,.111,11
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' is verv ant to te confounded In more
- i . yii.uuuucy in iiiui JS
mayg than one
( Speakir.e of the exr.osure of the!
gtterr.rt of the Poouvlr fr.llmcrc
to bribe southern delegates, a west -
i err.er remarked last night in the lob-
' ij- f tie Cocgress Hotel, "the eteaia
13. KFll O 6G -
lowing sta-ement regarding the situa
tion in Mexico :
"The condition of things in Mexico
is improving. The recent defeats of
I rebels iu the north and anticipated de
i feats of rebels to come have contribu
ted much to the strength of the gov
"The downfall of the organized revo
lutionary movement seems imminent,
but brigandage on a large scale still
exists throughout a large part of the
CRISIS DI E IN THE SOVTII.
"It is to be hoped that after the gov
ernment has successfully dealt with
the revolutionary situation in the north
It will have a sufficiently larce number
of troops to restore peace and order in
the southern and southwestern states.
"The government is showing com
mendable energy in organizing and
equipping an army, and if this course
js pursued persistency and Intelligent-
ly it may be anticipated that the gov
ernment will gradually but surely ob
tain control of the situation.
"Americans have already begun to
return to Mexico. About la.nnn of them
had left, but they are coming back
now, especially to the capital and the
"Of course, the economic situation
of the country is not what might be de
sired, but it is hoped that with the
restoration of peace, commerce and
trade will reap corresponding bene
fits." TAFT CERTAIN IN
Washington. June 19. Vice Presl-
dent Sherman was a caller today at the . , gainst the bosses and the.
White linnsH. He and the president , representatives of special privileges,
were at a baseball game here yester-jlf we were on the question of an.!i
day. idates. I should throw by support en-
"Well, that was a great game yes-jtirely to Ii Follette, but this is a dif
terday, Mr. Vice President," said.ferent mutter."
"Yes, In both places," returned
The vice president said be was well
satisfied with events in Chicago yes-,
"I can Rce nothing but Taft," he de
MILLION WORDS HANDLED
FIRST DAY CONVENTION
Chicago, June 19. A million
words were handled by telegraph;
companies tbe first day of the con-'
vention. This breaks all records for;
outgoing dtspati lies.
roller has worked well so far, but the
cash register may work belter."
When Colonel Ttoofievelt nif,rL't,d
from the Auditorium after his speech!
Monday night Judge C. J. Searle, who;
was waiting near the door to get a!
glimpse of the strenuous one, tossed i
his sombrero into the air in an cc-.
stacy of delight and It almost lit on
Teddy's head as he jumped info the
waiting auto. Teddy turned quickly,
saw the expression of wild delight in
Searle's countenance arid grinned
through his teeth, as his car daubed
olT down Michigan avenue.
Walter A. Rosenfield has never
been so irritable since he had the
measles. The demand upon the lit
tle corporal for "convention transpor-.
tation" has been exacting in the ex
treme, but be has managed to stand
up under the strain, and look ideas-!
ant all the time. ,
Hon. W. J. Ilryan, who occupies a '
conspicuous piare in the press gal-;
lery, and ia taking a dep jnu re? in
the happenings, re'oived many -V.a-
nons during trie aiternoon. m. i nly
was "I am simnly here a.t a
reporter alone w ith these other new s-
! raper boys, but I am havine the ti ti.e
of my iife. Just the same.
Rock islanders who are doine the
rnn ..m ir.n ara- Ur.n li.r, T fu.io
iS'hriier. Postmaster H. A. J. Mf Don-
a;d- ' oionel C. I.. Waiker. H. D. Con
ntlt-Jieorge Richmond and Victor Hail:
u -. i I a fr.rr ' . I . . .-. -. I i , A , . .- 1 . . . .
-. , . . .'..llllTT dlfr .1 u.l.r .tllllCfl
nt.rtn u vi..i,.h m- "t u..
Olson. Henrv Vierich. W
ncui ; iti i ii, . .-. .ii i. . r ,
State's Attorney U M. Maziii, J. H.
Oakbaf. L . Rlandinsf and Cv Dietz
Ar.d evervht-.Hw ic irrirn, t,. fir.l the
' doors where J. !l M.l'.er and P 1
Cary are doir.i service as assistant
' 6ericaiiL-ai-araia. .
FRIENDS OF THE COLONEL
SERVE WARNING AGAINST
HIS BOLTING CONVENTION
ALL SEE VICTORY
Baltimore, June 19. The commit
tee to select temporary officers of the
democratic national convention will
meet tomorrow. The discussion was
renewed today of a proposition to
have the candidate receiving tbe sec
ond highest vote on the final ballot
to accept the nomination for vice
Headquarters of the various pres
idential candidates were In full
swing today, and rival camps issued
claims of victory.
Secretary Woodson said the con
tests received so far were minor in
character, and in all there were only
M'GOVERN IS NOW
Chicago, June 19. Governor McGov
ern today branded as an "absolute fab
rication" the statement of Walter L.
j Houser, La Follette's manager, that
Mcdovern had made a "deal with
Roosevelt whereby he was to receive
' the nomination for the vice presideii
, cy." Tin governor applied the same
j terms to an intimation that the Hoose-
volt faction had promisi d to support
1 Henry Cochems for the governorship
I of Wisconsin.
Mc-Govern expressed approval of the
action of Cochems in resigning the
chairmanship of the Wisconsin dele
gation and turning his proxy over to
an alternate. McCiovern said: "The
question before the convention was
purely one of principle. It Is a clear
cut light between reactionaries and
i progressives. W'wconflin was a pro
gressive state and should have taken
13 fdEN DEAD IN
A MINE IN WEST
(i,a'1 as a rfs"iH of ,in 'xiiiosim in the
"stings mine shortly aft. r midnight.
IN FAVOR SEGREGATION
OF PHYSICAL MISFITS
Cleveland, Ohio, June 19. Dr. C.
P. Havenport of Cold Springs, Iowa,
addressing the charities conference
today urged that the physically and
mentally unfit should gradually be
eliminate u ny a process ot sei:rega-
tion am sterilization and that thej
phihioally and menially fit should be;
encouraged to have large families by'
b weritig the inheritance tax for each
Justice Pitney Mentioned.
Morristown, N. J.. June :. The
name of Justice Pitney of the I'nileil
States supreme court, as a compro
mise candidate for president, was sug-gcsN-d
by speakers lu re la-t night at
a ren ption to the justice.
Call to Banks.
Washington, June 19. The con
ln Her of the currency today issued a
fall for a statement of the condition
of national banks at tl.e close of bus
iness J une 1 4.
Washington, June 1T. 'I h" pn .,i
dt nt today siL-ned the act of t.mgress
making eight hours a day for those
employed on government work, an I
immediately afterward issued an ex
ecutive ordi r exempting contracts iu
connexion wiih the Panama c.i.'iai
until .(aroisiry, 1!1". The far.al will
be finirhed before then.
AN INQUIRY INTO
Wasiiin'oti, Jur.e 19. iieprt-s-.-nra- !
live Lit .'"t(,;i ha prepare a resoi i-j
non caning inr a c ongresaionai u.-.e;,-ticj-'ion
of iharg-s of bribery at th
' repuhlif an na'iona'. ( r,r; rr.t ,on, and it
is sail, will suf.ii.lt i' to the h , is
:,v: his ret ar a froiu New York m a day
PRICE .TWO CENTS.
Must Make His Fight Be
fore Delegates, Leaders
MAY OVERRULE ADVICE
Told That All of His Votes Will
Not Follow Him if He At
tempts to Lead Them Out.
Convention Hall. Chicago, June 19.
Roosevelt's chief lieutenants, in-
i (hiding lloit inors Hadley and IK.-
tieeu, served notice today they would
not sanction a bolt under any cir
cumstances. They made no secret
of their position, ana announced it
to ii number of newspaper men.
Roo.-cicu nan ins tiguting iiiood
surping today and from the moment
he reached bis conference quai'leu
until his field captains left for the
convention there was the usual scur
Ill eh. in- ei:hv IM II.
! Hadley said after a consultation
j with leaders, that he thought there
would be no change ) the convention
' program of the Roosevelt furies and
! they intended to light every inch of
jthe way. Others, however, wen? not
I so certain the program would stand.
; Roosevelt is in absolute charge, and
i dominates every move, and ho may
! suddenly order a change,
j lt 4 Al l. Ill I lll.l l.l.t IK1.
That Roosevelt will order the with
drawal of his delegates from the con
vention if the credentials committee
fails to unseat the protested delegate
included ln the appeal submitted b
Hadley was the most discussed prop
osition around headquarters.
SOME Wll.l, MIT 1(11. 1. Ov..
On every hand H wr.T, Screed this
development was certain to follow ap
proval of the national eoinmittc"'4
iirfiou. It was also expressed as an
other certainty that Roosevelt couhl
not tiike from the (-(invention some
of his pledged delegates.
t. ii. (.i:i:ni.s i om'eu.
Surrounding Governor Heiieen's
seat On the floor for 1 minutes be
fore the call to order were Roosevelt
leaders in earnest consult at ion. In
the gnnip were liixnn, Hadley, Flinn
atnl Johnson of California.
It is understood that one of the
finest ions discussed at Ihe conference
related to the advisability of the col.
oriel going to the convention hall.
'I EIIIITi II ts 'IKK Els.
It was decided that temporarily, at
least, the plan pursued hy lUinsevelt
yesterdav be followed to keep in close
touch with his leaders by means of
a telephone. Roosevelt has be.-n hu
piied with ti ket s admitting the bear
er to a heat on the Uniform.
IN AIR; 2 KILLED
Ilou.'ti, France, June 19 - Captain
luibois and Lieutenant Albert Pelg
nan, olfirers of the French army and
airmen, wore killed this morning
when their biplanes rolliib-d In mid
air and crashed to the ground.
OF Till- CONVENTION
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