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HJUtHH RILL! i" lUPq I Ml " IC TUT Yk Mfers
CRY; COX Kir
(Hy AsaochtM yfM.1
Mxcp city, p. k Jtmp rr
Immommi town .held by Mk Kofiqnt
rjyolutionljU, J'lukliieiil CamnM
teat 8 of hi 60 aviators, acconllna;
&lL.leulctwil I.uis I'rsclMo do
Twre, adjutant of Mm Nrsl flot-llla
of lite Mexican air service,
Contain DIci Marlines mi.! I u.
sued a manifesto al Mexico Cily. de-
elarlnir wn until, I not nt,... .....I.
djiier, which Would mean tho repo-
uuoii u me ainai nariiariura pran
(iced by (Icniianjr gpon, I ho town
iH-ncwiuin, wcuienant no lb Torre
fl'lm lowna we w.ro ordered lo
liomtiaru were Currtmvara an Cuu
tills, In (ho lnle o Morrl.it, ami
nlhci' place In that region. Sime
of u. Including myself, did fly over
tlm placet Indicated, hut wo dropped
our uomiM where wo Knew they
would do no harm."
The air alrenglh of Iho Mexican
army consists of about CO plane. In
million (he service has about 8fi
motor, to lm used in planes of Mexl-
rill mailllfiirllire. A ililnlnail nf IML
lioriowpr Italian machine aro ei
rouio lo .Mexico, according lo IJeu
Irnanl do la Torre.
The Mexican aviation ichool,
rioted by Carranzn annul liv..
riwnlhs ago, will reojicn hortly. ac-
ui mo iiruunau, seven
thousand appllcalloni for enrollment
already have been received, despite
Iho' fact that rigid entrance require
ment, lending lo,tnakn aviation a
pitifemlonal career, havo been Mlab
U. S. AiMt Drtgs liito
, OAM.UI'i N. M, Juno SO. -Owing
lo n recent. Hit of A. It. Uere. agent
of Iho Department of Jmtlce. the
pi Ire of ugar In lliN city ban InUeu
a ilrop, apd Is now selling for from
IS lo 2t eonl. Previous to thU (lino
many of tho retail store were sell
In? sugar for as high as 25 renta ner
IHiutul. Uere, however. Male Iho
price hero should bo lower limn In
soma other cities In the state, a
Iho lock aro larger and were pur
chased before the price advanced,
(allup I only ono of (ho cities
where (he prlco ba lwon forced
down and nlhor town aro to bo
brought Into lino soon.
HUSK SAI-AHIKS AND HKHUCK
cost of Ki.txrrHH:m
HOSTON, Mbm. Juno 20. Am In
ocaso of 10 per cent In Iho pay of
all II cmnlovrs. effecllvn Jnlv I.
has been granted by Iho Hoalon. Kill
son Company, II was announced hero
recently. About 2000 workmen will
benefll by Iho Inerease. At Ihe tamo
lime Iho roinpnuy will make a re-.
dlicllon of Ti ner rent In Hut nrlrn if
elrclrirlly for lighting lo It 115,000
iX tKkmMW, C(. Juno M.
hn, VjMr r4(ale saW molhr
of tt eWMre, mo of more than
m wmi w.'iu arc nVpr(e or
aHMmMeil k) Iho Bnoe.ral e nallon.
l fflflVewMe whksh oecns hrn on
Juno Sft. Ker hHahond wm a dele(o
v inn fiepuoiican wrtlotial conVcn
(ion al Chieami UtU hhhiIIi.
Amotw tho other Oklahoma del.
gate aro (wo women who I race
llirlr ancestry to Indian fchiirfaim
Tlicy arc Mra. Klhard L. File, wlfn
of a pltyskian, formerly of Georgia,
i grantnneco or Sequoyah, Inven
tor, of (ho Cheroke alpliabelj and
Mrs. Kuceno H. Latraon. wlfa or n
attorney ami oil mih and daughter
or ib nev. ciiarlrs Johnnycake, last
cniei or ma ueiawarcs. Mrs, Flo
tiaa lint rtmlrmnn nf Mm lmBn.
iNJinocrallo Club of Oklahoma, Mr.
LBwaon formerly was president of
mo UKianoma Federal on of Worn.
en' Club, and both wero prominent
In war work.
Mis .Laura Clay, drlca-aln al larnt
from Kentucky.' was one of llm p.
Bunltcra of tho Kentucky Kqual
iiigm Association In licw and I re
puted to bo a "prncllcal farmer."
Mr. Blltabetb Marhurv. delnmlx
a I largo from New York, who was
uecornieii py llie Unlled Slate, llcl
gium. Franco and Italy for her war
nork. Is first vlco nrcildenl of llm
leaguo of Olliollc Women, fihe
crnie lo Iho cnnvenlloii with Mr.
John Hherwln Crosby. "moUier of
N'ew York women t)emoerata " in
special Iraln froy New York Hint
carricu oi women delegates ami
Texas tent a nationally known
figure in Mr. I'crcy Pennybacker,
ciui) leaner. One of I bo lx-L knmiti
of California's eight delegate Is Ml
Mary K. ray, who has been Idcnll
fled wllh many phases of civic bet
termenl work. Mr. John W. Tmv
uf Ataaka was Iho first woman dehv
gaio io arrive wre.
1iii.nk.en u-fwiu.fi Iiimi,ImJI l.v M,..'
Joephu Daniels, wife' of tbo ecre.
tarr or inn bbw. Umva tmu i n
fohifit tiy'llomer &. Cumnilnga; Iln
Drmocrallo national roinmlllFo'i
chairman, as member of Iho exec
illivo eommilteo of .11.
Mrs. Oeorgo Has, first chairman
or llio omen llurrati of Iho Dem
oeratlc natlopnl fommltlec, and Mrs.
Mary IIol and Klnkaid. asslslnn
director of iubllclly. In rhargo o
women' activity, are among the
leader here. Mr. Has It a Chicago
civic worker and hnd charge, of Ihe
iuio Democratic presidential cam
palan In 12 Western equal suffrago
tiatoc. 10 or which cast their elee
loial vole for Wilson,
Grant (My Ftta
Escips From Cfaiy Pit
BANTA FE, N. M'. Juno SM-E.1.
ward Cain, 10 years old, sentenced
in servo irom twu In (hroo year,
oscaned from tho convict tnnit al
tho clay pit at' Iho penitentiary a
rew nays ago. no wa sentenced In
(Irani county for larceny of an an
tonilhlh. Cain weiuhs 130 tHiundi
and I 5 feel (IK Inches tall. Iln has
brown hair nnd gray eyes. Ho was
weuiing overalls at the llmo of his
I COLUMBUS THEATER
II VAKRYMORpr I
tlNlHQNQR'SKWEB ? MM
HAN tTA.W8CO, Ral, L
Tlie coHHiktlen of the Uiaatmaii'
........ - T; f
I (HI III IMS upmnrrafin - run.
vcnllon was in sight today, w4hN &
.ill,.nsl ... n.- i,. ! ..f
liderallon of dclegalc' crikfeMfA
"i... iu ucuitfis cunicji ffcnra.ai
anrt 8;nalor Reed' effort to kftlnjk
itai on uia convention floor wttt-
Hie Mluourl drjlegallon alio lo b
Tho Influx of delegatidn c
I nilCd to add In llm nliv sjuJ
ronvcrsai onai conn-iiinn ht hnin
Out of the din aroso wlikl bmw.
observer profesed lo rcatifeta A
a Snurt of nnmlnallnn ai.nl LVnj 'ia
favor of Oovernor Cox of Ohio. TI
ciuilvn MrAdoo boom ha Mm pifl
III a niur an,! II. I Iln.. .ICIU .J'
ptarance. Dobbin crenely Infcl
Bigm uespuo MCAiioo pcrol ef-
furl In plilnmr,it-ni II ,.,.L.I .U..
Hon. a mnva.mi.nl f,. Ul,l' Lh.1'
nation today took thte. Canis 1$.
peorei in liainamls of various deM.
gale reading "Mae'll Do,"
As there it no McAdoo llfajquah
Irr and no agency I authnrited lo
iimuiairj aeniimenl ror him a far
If I In.ntn. llm amirrfl nt i nnw
manlfesladon of oollllral Immortal.
ily jt his boom Is not clear.
Tho national commute at oncd
delved into the Georgia contest eae
when it met this morning. Clark
Howell lead the A. Mitchell Palmer
forces and former Benator Hardwlck
uesiis jne opposllloti faction.
AlthotMth only 'M voIm ar lh
VClvcd In Uirt r..ful ..... lh. ih.i
mei ueietjtriion I composl of W
men, each with half a volo.
Tim oposlllon forces, known at Iho
HOKtt Bmllll-Tuni Watson rrnn..
brotisht a delegation of 33, or wi.om
21 am district delevalra wllh nn.
vote each and eiM are 'delegale at
inie wllh half a vote
: II. Dean opcnwl the cnnlosl fop
Iho Palmen force. Ho explained no
mere wa no talo law specifically
covering presidential primaries, and
III llm absenen nf anoli ml.. M..
Democratic taln executive eomwll-
icea (lecuijm should prevail. He
till the (late committer bail airrnl
llm national eon vcnllon delegates
iimna no cnosen rrom among the
irieno or nNegale who received
llm largest county unit vnij.. tm.
Ctrermenl, he aihled, was known lo
an mo cami dales, ami - ni ..
Jecled to prevlotlB tn llm nrim.n-
At llm nrlm.M, .1.-1 1. . ..I
In . 'vi"ii .iiuiniry
Oeneral I'almer received IW wles:
uiomai K Watson, 132; and Senator
lioke Hmllh, (08. loiter, acoenllng
lo Dean argument, Watson claimed
no was nol imund by Ihe excctdlve
cominlllee ruling, and rombmrd
With llm Smllh fnrpea In n.n,i.
deleualo unfavorable to tho caiidl
dacy of Palmer. Dean claimed the
executive cominitleo nilix n.i..
which thep rlmary was held should
Gossipy Staff PtfMMri Fran Exchanges
"We "aro inlna (o nnmlnatn rinv,
11 HOT Cut," laid Clialrman Cma.
Ml, "Wo won't do It o tho first
iuw waicn us go
"Prealde'nl Wilson )' nhLIu fai-nr-i
ine JMmocrai e eonvMillon laliins
any eoetiixanen nf nmliihlllon nr
Irish question In llm platform, it has
Tim boom uf Gnvtrtur IVir fir
Iho Democratic notnmation rrrcivrd
anile! impetus with the arrival of
former (Inventor Jninm II CimiL
hell, clialrmsu of Ihe Ohio delega
tion, ami a largo parly of Qhloans
uuoso ileclared purpose Is lo boost
and nominate Cos,
Kn route In llie nintl llm niilnm-
held many conference with Charles
I'. Murphy. Tammany leader, who
Is supiMirliug Cox.
It has been n sallsfaclory Irln
f I oin every viewnoln! " aakl fiiuinm
White, one of Ihe Cox campaign
maiiaitera. wlm eoni.rrml wllh Mnr.
phy. Murjihy Jolnel the Ohio party
al Chicago after attending a confer
ence' of Democratic leadta at
French I.lck, Indiana, tho home of
I urn Taggart.
A flvllie start toward nninnrralle
victory in llio rail lias been given by
President Wilson tliroiish his actinn
in urging Governor A, II. rtoberts of
iwmeMce lo rail a special aetiion
of llm legislature to ratify suffrago.
It was declared by Mr. Abby Scoll
linker of llm National Woman's
liarlv. B bo said: If llm Pmalilont
succeeds In lirlnnlnir abouL a anreinl
session in Tennessee suffrage will
no raiineii anil out of sheer grati
tude llm women of Iho nation will
flock to tho Democratic narly'a sun.
The Delswaro ilidnuaHnn was llm
first complete dcleimtloit on tho
ground, Chairman llcnjamln A.
Ilnbfl announced Senator Jotlah
Wolcott Will renretenL llm Dflan-nni
delegation on Urn resolution corn-
nutlet', Kcnalor Wolcott is strongly
ill favor of President Wllsnn'a lain)
on tho league of Nations, There is
PLATT S.VY8 NKVABA
Hy Associated Press.
NKW YOIIK CITY, June iU-The
chances of clinching a Itepubllcan
vlelory in llm lar western stalos In
'November would bo materially
slrensthenod If (he Republican im
llonal committer would send Jim He
publican presidential candidate on a
apMklng tour or (he Pacific coast
states, according Iq Samunl Piatt, a
prominent Nevada Hcnubllcan, wlm
conferred here Inlay wllh Nalinnal
Chairman lla). '
J'Jatl added public opinion In Ne-
no unanimous choice on Ihe part of
mo unaware nciegatrs for a presl
denllal nominee, bul leveral of the
cendidale will receive vole from
telaware. It u-a iii c i...
wjtiijani Hauirtiury. one of llnrdfli
WMn sabl.thal. his stale will be
spill on a prohibition plank, but will
favor a mildly liberal nroliihilii.n
All girl tin for a flahl ami I.-...,.
ing wltb blm a light wine and beer
pianK for llm Democratic plat form
Waller W. Vlck of New Ynrk mnn
ager for Oovernor Kdu-anl l v.i
wards of New Jersey ald. -We will
wai William J. Hryan," ho ileclared.
"We will carry Ihe fight to him
wnnoui walling ror him In bring it
' usa Kither James ft. Nugent or
.Mayor rrank llnmio of Jemev t:iiv
Will boon tho resolllllons ennimlllM.
and our plans for Iho fight there are
llryan 110 doubt will earrv Ih.i
Hghl to the floor or llie rnnvi-nlinn
l ut we are certain of a big majority
lucre anil as vnn kniiu.. .ml.- . ....
JorKy rule, save onlv in tin. un
oi uowtnailons, we shall win,
Only Ihnsa deteaalcs bavinc full
vote will bo atsiimed seals nn llm
floor of tho ronventlnn hull ii ...
uecmai by llm Democratic national
roinmlKeo ulcoininllteo on seat
II waa a Jigsaw, pilule." no Id
lieasurer Marsh, head or (he suh
commlltcc. Tliero are lut ini
Feal on the floor, or mm to each
vote in llm convention. Smo or llm
delegates have hair a volo ami some
havo put a third or a vote. Thomj
imving a lull vole win im ani.i ...,i
given, delegate' badges, Tim dele
gales who have snecial nli will
l.avo to decide among themselves as
much ono or (ho fraction shall sft
on the floor, and Ihe surnlii will
lo scaled among Iho alternates or
i.iu auv.-uo. wo uavo agreen mat
lids I) Ihe only manner In whlrh II,,,
titiialion can bo met."
The location of tho varimA .I.O.m..
lions On tho convention riixm hna
riot yet-becti determined, Mr. Marsh
vada had undergone a swing toward
liepubllcanlsm during tho last six
MEXICAN C()meXS TO
Illy Assoclatctl Pross.J
PII0KNl,V, Arlx, June 20.- Jesus
Marin Harboa, a Mexican, has con
fessed In the murder of Jacob Er
htrdl and Mm, Krtiar.1l on June o,
acconllng la a atalement given out
today by Uio emmty attorney. liar-I.-oa
was nnhed to hlo lalo peni
le nllary al Florenco on tucounl of
fear of mob violence.
B Comany of the 24tti InramVy
got tho -shock of ihelr lives Thur
'iy when, wllh 000 soldier looking
on, Ihey look a shutout from G com-
Tho hattln lotik place about IS
miles east of Columbus nn a ni-r.
fully prepared diamond. The game
as put on white llm soldiers wero
testing during a hlkp.
Jake Scot!, the treat A U C sneeil
(lemon, pitched a littles same. keen.
Ii-g all ball in the diamond, while
I'lierl Harris, finishing Iho last two
limine, put a imitIMn .. ,.t
scoring to sleep. Wllh such a super
inuery nnu imavy sluggers, c com.
pany had an easy victory. William
and Griffin stnriisi f,.r v. ..,...
lmrlng (ho first Inning the C com-
l-nny Niiggera Panged Williams out
or tho Im)x, scoring four runs. Hen
ford and lleekband flnl.lmi r... v
company. Hcnfnnl held llm sluggers
to only iwn hils. while (wo 41ms
camo in, making a total or 0 to 0,
F company vets uod all Ihelr ro
te rve skill, only lo lie crushed down
by tho sleelly arm of Broil. This
UBS llm first lime In v.r- 11... i.
ocnipany riiampt havo suffered such
1 cniMimg ureau C ronqiany lnt
.lily one name Ihln nuin. n,i ,. .
lopnolcher. C company played an
rniriess game and has made all
earns lake mil lee of Ihoir .n.i
U II.I.IAM 4f;XIN(is mTvAN
'nr.uiui "Whmf" IIKFBAT
Hy rtssoclsliil Press.
SAN FHANCI8CO. Cnl. Jim.. n
I'he cnmiilelit mnt nf Mm su.i." in
ho Democtatlo ennvenlinn u-n. in
nay nreil clel hv wminin i..,,,i.
Hryan, who also declaciil cfrorla lo
keep alrinenlinn of nrnhihin..n .,,,1
of llm nlalform Imliealnt 11, ..-.I.-
The "dry" nlank. lln-an n.ri..i
would bo round In llm first pint form
uraiu urn sirvngtirnrthflpriiblllrtit
iniiK is eoncrilrd hut remains to be
AT S. F.
tiVN FHANCIWX), Cut.. Jmm W
Ko rar as surface Indication wow
ncenuHl, al least, the frlemhj of
I rrsldrnl Wilson and his admlnit
Irallon appcarml in comfelo owilrnl
of llm political machinery of tho
Democratic parly as the actual pre
liminaries of dm national eonven
SAYS UK'S MIT CANIHlim
Hy Assoolaled PrMs.l
SAN FIUNC1SCO. (il Jim. ?rt
Seerelarj' of ABrloultiire Merwlllh
today auuounned he "ni nut in ant.
sense a candidate" fur llm liomn.
crallc presidential nomination.
IILfiOX ASHIio'l't) UI.I,
AS.SrMHI.Y OF I. OF N.
Hy Associated Pnicl
WASHINGTON. D. L. Jmm M
'rtmldenl Wilson Was today asked
UIO aillrnl nations In luim a rail
fer the first meotliic of llm assembly
o( tlift Leauuo of Nnlion.
taking m;i:dki) HFAT
Hy Assoclalqd Press.
WA8IIINGTOX. D. C June "d-
Senalor Warren li llnnlimr n,.i.i,i
llcan presidential candidate. lolv
it Washinglon ter an ununnounced
i slmallon. Accordlim In hi nlnna
h' will remain awav until TumiIhv
and ilw as said al bis ofricn Ibat hi
destination would not bo disclosed.
the Senalor wauls In get a much
IIKRK ARB THB (MH-Hi
- OFtTJW4 IN WAIX ST.
NKW YOIIK. June ?..RWi..., iA
onifsllll slick lo William J. Hryan,
lor touay tnose txld were quoletl
against him in Wall Slreel as a pres.
Idrnllat possibility. Very Utlte rmxi.
ey It being wagered on llm possible
iTinocrauc nominees, whoso odds
wire for Iho most narl ullahlltf
shaded today as against yesterday.
ta was quoted al 2 (o I as againil
21 lo I yesterday. Dais,3 lo I yes,
lerday, was posted al 214 lo I today.
MeAilon at .IM lo I remained tlm
same as yesterday. Governors Ed
ward and Smllh were I In I today
a against 5 lo I yt(rrday A rew
wuger were mailo al 3 In ( on Hani
Dig against the IVmorrahe Held
- -a- -
AUH'Ot'EllQltE, N. M. jino 20.
itirhard Sanchez, a youlh of this
city, ha len held lo Iho grand jury
under bond or fXQ on cbanp? of
stealing claaretlet rrom ti
of B, N, Wallace on North Twelfth
iree. Jt 9 alleged (hat the yojn;
man was canghl,' In the Imuao by
Wallacr.ajsd when dlseovereil '
it nin riTFrrnn:TiiawiMirwKae Ui
pursull. Tim boy waa'AnaJly eav
lured and held until thn nolle a.r.
liveil, and was taken lo the rlly Jail.
110 is sain in nave bad in hi pos
session over $10 worth of claatvtbv
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New Txs ScM Nf.
TAOS. N. M. June 21. -Aeln.l
work Was started on Ihe new school
t.OUSO in this Citv laal u-ivl- hv rnn
tractor August Ilrlnganlt of Santa
i o and it Is expected that llm new
building will bo completed In time
for Ihe opening of the rail term nr
school. Nearly all the material is
now on the ground and a largo force
of workmen has liern secured. Tlin
new school will Im of ample dlnmn
sums to accommodate all llm chil
dren of Taos and will bo constructed
along the Spanish stylo of architec
ture, which will make It one or tlm
show places of llm city.
MINNEAPOLIS. Minn. Juno Id. -
llm prlco of flour dropited :n to ho
rents a barrel al mills hero today
The lower price were said lu Iw
duo (o a sharp break in llm wheat
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I Onyx QlliJ
Z w m liiinntiHniiiiMiMii.iiiiniiiin
I ',MlMtll.HilltaMill-H ir .j.JJjaMaajjjj S
TTLX .William Fox prmlnclhHi-fulI of Hroadwait Kr)Hn.
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