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mmW.!V .Mhmmt Th AmttiMM Pm . fiOUIMMM. NEW MBKOl MAl
ysw of Mm (mb4om Raposlthm Auditorium, Ban Francisco, whtra lb Democrat will nominal Ihelf
MX FttAMCWCO, Jimp 26 When
Km ltnKcnille national rimvr.irikHt
Meet hero Juno IH it will hv
MVMfeta for Ihe first limn aceowi.
mmMImm hi I h Exposition Utm
ria4 AHMatkm IwHdlflg ufftclt
lo'howv wwrfer ooe roof nut bm4t
Itw rwivrnt-km nm)T tml enmmH
it nwelint and headsfuarter for
rtwMN a well.
Thiwo ore ttl gfly In M tilllhted,
according la J, Hntce Krrmcr of
Untie, Montana, vice chairman tif
the NaUonsI CommlHec, thn void
Intr lite Inconvcnlenre and delay
usually attendant upon holding Iho
minor conference away from the
In addition (o the main atulitorium
llio maximum capacity of. which
hremor estimated at ViJHX) person
(tin building contain two auxiliary
halls, ono that will seal Oft) person
nr.d llto other 750. There aro ID
hKHM thai may Ixi used for smaller
A fmcn sktHsWd tht entire IhiIIJ
inc. wHfa entrant gale for tlckat
holdlmt tpwtlnr, delegate, off-,
r'nln anU Hew writers, wJU he- used
by feMce,4.ravcfdl a-ut-HnriHeu
l' prevent crowd from rushlnij
doorkeepers lo oniam ninnntance.
'I tils has occurred several lime dur
ing national party convention. ,
Tim BUilllorliiin for three week
fusl ho tirrn a scrno of noisy uellv
lly. CariH'ntcrs havo ereelcd tin
speakers' platform. 30 by 40 feat anil
10 feci high, on llio oulli side of
llii; Mg IibII Just in front of (lie
great organ anil opposite llir main
entrance. Several feet lower anil
extending along Hie greater part of
that alilo of llio auditorium l tlx'
pre section Willi seals for 810
working ncwa writer. Hack on the
speakers' plalfonn In Bound-proof
loonia art) telephone booths and
fufiy equipped accommodations for
press associations uml newspaper
The ccnlrul portion of (ho main
floor Is reserved for Ilia IW2 wlc
un Irs and' a llko number of alter
nates. Around Ibis sparn a solid
rnlling has been ralteil to keep back
siectators that are adinllled to this
floor. To aid these onlookers a plat
(orm ono fool high ha been built
over the entire iparo they will oc
euiiy. Tb balcony, swecplnir around
ll.reo ol Irs of the auditorium, will
"at 4110 persons.
Covering llio dame I a canopy
'Mi ti Says
Vln' Clialnnmi of the Drmorrnlle
weighing 10 Ions I hat forms u faltn
celling. This and draH-ries on the
wall and in the corner orp de
signed lo Improve the acuities.
The auditorium will be equipped
villi ult inwlem electrical device,
including sound carrying wire and
a telephone syetem Hint will enable
the. chairman to transmit order
from the platform In the sergeant-
Dtnruu and other officials, and
Iht'ie In turn to speak lo their depu
lies in any part of the great hall.
A compete hospltnl, under llto ill
rerllon of the lied Cross, and u largo
restaurant and lunch room have.
Despite the fact that Ihe $2,OMW0
four-slory granite and conorele
idrueture was en-eleil only five
year ago, Ihe Interior has been en.
Iirely rennvaled and repainted,
Hoe are In be used In llio decora
lion, which with a secret decora
tive effect lo Ik presented opening
(Continued on Page 3. Column l.
HANTA FK. X M, June 85.-.ii
t xeculive order slaned by (iovernor
O. A lcratoli) late Wednesday rt
niovisl from idfire Ihe Ihreo u
irfinlml liifnilM'r nf Hie iHtmil of
regent of Ihe Agricultural Coltegjy
Tliey are i.nane l lliu. pnsiiiMii
lot Ihe hoard, and Janus a (Juen'ri-
berry IhiIIi of IV um Ana, and til win
il ( ramplon of Colfax.
The order wax elgiird after Hie
etvernor bad been In ponfereiico
pearly all day wllh Ur. II. W. Cloth
president of college slncv
April ID: J. N. Hendricks, auditor
lor the college: O. 0. Aslren, allor
ney general, and a repri'senlatlvo of
the alhle auditor.
The gist of Iho whole situation
ta Wen here given wllh the "P-
imrtlna doeumenl. If Ihem are ier
rons who tiersK in reading bmmiIIII
iri siiuaimn iniii inr rrninvai oi
these three men who lmvc given mi
nerouMy of their lime in an effort
lo si'rve New Mexico, then I have
lu say that such persons go .tar.
Ifyond Ihe record. If Ihe discharge
of Ihls iiapleasant diity shotil
bring about a comlliton which
should prevent lh llpuhllran run
viiitloi) from renoniinalhig me foe
governor of New Mexlro. I shall hav
lo face defeat, but I could do so
wllh the comfort thai comes from
Hie knowledge thai I discharged Ihe
duties of my office In fulfillment n
the oath I look when I was Inniiun
raled governor "
' Hoot Gibson and Virginia Faire
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LINCOLN. Neb, June 25; -Frank
A. llarrisun of Lincoln, munager I
tknalor lllram W. Johnson's N
hrosku pri'slilentlal preferential cam
pblgn, who recently churgnl Ihnl
' Ihe Ireachery and desertion of Ihe
delegated for Instructed states broke
II. e heart of thn Johnson mov
ment," today made public a personal
poto from llio Heiialor in which Ihe
loiter sa ho wishes lo lake step
lo "bold up to deserved publiv
obloquy and scorn" llme who h
cald "nrokn fnlllt at Chicago.
rVnator Johnson said he was going
In do Hit) lu every slate where th'
' crime was done, "so that the peo.
plo may be protected in Ihe future.
when Ihey express their choice for
president." He added:
"To be frank Wil l VOU. I UCV
ilouhted wlml the Nebraska dclg:
lion would ilo, but I knew you were
exerting yourself to tho utmost
trevenl Ihe hclroyol. It's make
impossible by branding Ihese sepun
diel and prevent a recurrence!
In hi recent rliarge against
delegates from Instructed ktates.
Harrison declared that "Jusl hv
men on the Nebraska delegation
Ml time Irled to oliey the linlrue
lion nf Nebrskn when Ihe roll w
FEAR KEEP VUi
lily Aiwoeioled I'rew.l
L lA0, Texas, Jmitf 20. tlo-
ige, pride, Jealousy and fear ore
gfcen in various sloMe being told
in Hi). Mntiraii honlne as Hie
tawlivft (hat led frnncltco Villa, the
llfixlll. lo refus" to nmlc M'ce wllh
tty; new gnveriiiicnl.
Cflie most prcktidiijs version was
3d hero recenlly by Kernundo I'ala.
lb. Mexican Journaim. wlio imtll
Hp) recent revolution wu a earn
i4lgn manager lur lahlu (Ivnralet.
widldale for llie nciMllcimir ol
rcnnllng In the journalisl, nego
lllnn went giitng slnixiflily lie.
ween Villa emissaries and rrprr
hlalive of Ihe aoviTiiinenl when
lit provisional governor of Hm stale
f i;hibuaSuia. Tomas (lanicro. of
ted a rewanl of 100,000 iwsiii for
Villa, "dead or alive."
iimernor flnne'ro. according lo
altirioi, offeretl Ihe renurd to
ri!. nte lilnu'lf bgaiuit Villa for llto
Math of a sou the bandit Is credited
wllh killing and In prevent Hare
jltig mad" wllh Hie bamlil.
illn. II was said, was advised ol
e renard mid refilnl lo negotiate
furlhi'r. fearing n "douhleeroas,
Anoltier slory bflus (old Is thai
pride k'-pl Villa fnun making lerms
lot slm y Is In I hi effet : Villa was
ready and willing lo iitil. bill Ken
rral I1. Kilns Colics, minister of war
marine In I'resldrnt de la liner
la rami. refused lo meet Villa iwr
iiially at villas ramp, illa sent
nvoys lo Calle but refusiil offer
made by Iho government officials
lHcane III pride was lunched by
Calles' refusal to deal personally
Jealousy of, military leader am!
Wr or so;un villa would neman
I heir dismissal for previous attacks
cii him, was slill anolher story in
circulation lo-re as In why be did
iliil i nlrr Ihe fntd.
Courtesy in Mexico
row Rich m4 Poor Ale
Illy Asooclutcd Press.)
MMlK) CITV June 25. lUiurlesv
s a common commodity in Mexico.
No Mexican is loo hMir lo afford II.
The roughest soldier will not pas
ne in a narrow rorridor wilhoul sa
lug "(m iwrmlso," or "I)Ish'iisviih'
which on Hpanlsh xpreMlons
eiiulvalcnt lo " "Hxcusn me." 'Hie
snine phrase I invariably uset
when one ierson (ak leave or an
oilier, In which Hie answer iuvnri
l ly Is "Pase Vd."
Uimiii giving a new acquainlaur
one' nililress. il is customary
say, "At nuiiiU'r street I your
home (or uflirei. the Impliralli
l eing Dial the new friend I lo eon
aider one's home bis own
Persons Introduced lo earh other.
v.hen Hielr respiellve names an'
nmounred, soy "Your senanl, sir,
or "Juan Oarrla. for Ihe purpose
serving you, sir."
When taking leave of each oilier.
formal arniiainlanrc who wish
continue relation with each olh
soy,."l renialn nt ior I offer myse
lo) your service."
Observance of Ihese form, which
Mexican randy disregards, I
valuable aid In a stranger
wishes to establish profitable coin
TjMrni vk Mi, MmujmiwmmKm Ml I MR
BAN KKAWUHCO. Cat, Juno SC.-
The first gim nf Iho fcmocrfttle Na-l
Uowil Oiuvention, which vfieni se.
sldtM here MowtsVy, was fired lottty,
hHt tho National Coinmlllco met lo
draw up u temporary ronvenlHn
Three conlesU, one of which in
volves effort lu give Henator Reed
Missouri a seal on the floor wilh
Iho delegation from that slate, prnm
isHl more than routine interest.
The effort lo nluce Keualor Heed
n III" floor of Hie rolixentloh, at.
though Iho Missouri stale ronven
Hiiii rejeided til in a u delrgale was
' peeled, and hecauso of hi alliludc
oward Ihe Rdmlnlslraliou himI lo-
ard Iho Henale Imllle nver the
pl-are realy, il va said In bo poal
lilt strong resliluiice might Ihi met
by Heed Imforo Ihe rnmmillee,
(hernight developmeul showeil
two matter approaching more defi.
Illle shape. One of these was tin'
mysterious and iiersislenl boom for
he iiouiIuhIIoii of William 'llblw
MeAdoo, even in Hie face of Me-
ilw' Hat deelanillon he would
Hot be a candidate.
The other well defined develop
ment wa conflict over Ihe proposed
prohibition enforcement plank in
MeAiloo's adherents are said 10 If
baping plans In withhold hi name
from Ihe balloting throughout Ihe
arly stages of the convention. They
say Ihey will not preseul his name
Utiles Ihe expected deadlock, lie
Iween Calmer and Cox should de-
flop. Then MeAdoo probably will
he pM forward lo break Uie dead
lock, with an assurance of consider
able strength at Iho jtart.
There develoted -yrstcnlay a ami
leu movement In Ignore Ihe line.
lion of prohibition entirely In Ihe
Ms Takt 9000
Ms 'm Smyrna
lly Associated Pre.
1 1 reek i icKauon la ignition ioiay rt
ceived official ronflnnation Uf thn
report Ihe llreek wem campaigning
ugainst the Turklsli NationalisU in
Ihe Kmyma tllalricl and had sur
iiiuiiiled a Turkish
I hiladelphla, elgl
(ho east of Smyrna, laking M prl-
oner. gun and other Inndy.
Mr (Jeoroe IVterN llinlevs.
TbI afternon Ihe IVelvo Tnmip
l.ufil Club will endeavor lo find out
who are Ihe best hot weather play
r al Ihe residence of Mrs. George.
NKW. YORK CITY. June . TIM
rpeeily rallflcallon of Dm treaty if
ersalllr nttrr the eUmluadmi nf
Article X of the League of Nation
covenant wm today Urged by Her.
xrt Hoover in tatemeul pub
lished In Ihe New Yorl tJvimiti
I vsl, a a platform on which Iho
llcpubllraii iwrly.sliould (Unit, lu Iho
coming presidential clrcllon In No
Hoover look a stand dial Implied
Ihreal lo employ military force to
guarantee Iho Inlegrlly of foreign
slate was out nf place 111 lur league
o' nations, which ho declared wa
a "product of liberal Ideals of Iho
Tho league of nations' xnvcr.
HlHivrr added, would lie Iihht Mieilt
If Ihreal of mllilary forre were re.
moted-and Ihe league relieil wholly
on II moral and economic power
Lit Each Statt tan
Hy Asocluled Press.,
SAN FILVNCI8CO. til.. June V.
Ihe New York delegsliou will cau.
rus tomorrow and name IU commit.
lea member and make plan for a
drive against the Volstead prohibl
U'li enforcement act
National Committeeman Nonmm
Mack said today the New York
delegation pniuiR U put all Ihelr
weight Miind an effort lo pledge
thep arly lo amend (he act to ht
mlt (he various stale o iletermlnn
the alcoholic content of beverage
for themselves within a mnxlmunl
SKsKyiiy SftiuiaN VfisCa
Ish army corps atjCBrd ,
hly-threo mil.- lo ...,.,;
-ibv Assoc httnl firmer
CHIC(JO, 111, July 25.- TfceWfc
of fifteen rallwaynien orisMM'
lion In conference here Irstoy ile.
rlaretl Ihe railway situalion (o he
Hie most menacing Ihey have been
on cloud covered Ilia
sky tat night and the
dropiier down Into Iho
ilghlle Willi Ihe first nil glimpse
of dawn this morning the instrument
r corded tin and from then on It
slowly mounted to wllliln two
l.otrhe nf yesterday, und a the
Daily (kmrJcr goo lo pre il 1-e-
lAaius there a ecundy as If solidi
fied with FoxworthOalbrailh
face since Hie war
!lhey expnsed dmiht lu their ahil-
II) to prevent a romplete "paralysis
of transportation" utile they are
given cooperation by (lie Hallway
ljilxir Hoanl. which is now consld
eilng wage demand of the railway
tttckack tefms to
Ic Vict Prtsitt
Illy Assoelalesl Press.
WASHINGTON, U. tl. June 55,
Keualor Hilchrock of Nebraska to
dry announced thai lie wouW not
atrepl the Deinoci-atlc vice presl
Hy Associated l'r,i
WASHINGTON, D. C, Juno 3S, -lleniillfl
Crnwell. assUllnt seitrrUiry
o war, resigned Nlay. effeclfr
July I. He j!an lo enter privalo
By Atsocialed I'rrss.l
I.ONDONDHHIlY, Ireland, June .
Conditions In this rlly today tire ap
proaching normol nfler llm violent
klreel fighting lielweni the Union.
Ms. Nationalist and Hlnn I'elncr.
which ttarted l-'ridsy last, The tight'
ing slr.-e midnight bus been cofnincd
lu sniping, operation,
merjlal or pteannl social relallnns
Yak Defeats Harvard
On the Thames River
(Hy Associated Tress.'
NEW LONDON, Conn, June 25,-
,Yahl l'nlvetlly' rowing crew today
won the two-mile freshman race,
held on Iho Thames river, by one
length. Yalo Unlvewiay alo won
llni Junior varsity night-oared rare
ty ono and ope-half lengths. Jlolb
race were in fompellllon wilh Har
vard t'nlverfilly crew.
WASHINGTON. I). O, June 21.-
Cnpidln Claremonl A. DonahUon, In-
fanlr', 1 onleri'd from Douglas,
Arix, lo Camp llnlahlrd, Mil.: lipt.
Victor W- H. Wales, fourth lo Bov
I'lilh iinlry, Fori Hlls, Texu.
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