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TAMMANY BIG FLEET AIWA IS
ARRIED
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DEMOCRAT
no. io .
IR DELIBERATIONS
ATLANTIC SQUADRON TODAY figfNS CRUISE TO THE ORIENT
OPENING OF
DEMOCRATIC
CONVENTION
SPRINGS A
SURPRISE
BIG FLEET
LEAVING -BAY
CITY
HEAD-IS '
CRUSHED BY WHEELS
BEGUN IN DENVER URGES RADICALISM THIS AFTERNOON
CItOWDS RESEIGE DOORS LONG
BEFORE AUDITORIUM OPENS
ADJOURNS UNTIL TOMOR.
KOW IN' CLEVELAND'S HONOR.
Cfultofl l'rcits Lonecd Wire.)
The Auditorium, Denver, Colo.,
July 7. The Democracy of the
East and West today Joined hands
within the shadow of the snow-clad
rtoekcs to namo candidates for
President and VIce-Prealdent, and to
formu'nto a set of policies upon
which fo appeal to the voters of the
EfctlOJl.
Fl.ut Wostcfij Victory." :
For tho first time In Its history thu
patty had recognized tho claim of
tho far West In tho selection of a
meeting place. Denver, Justly proud
of the honor conferred upon her,
bed provided a brand new nudltor
lum , the best equipped of Its kind
In America. The building cost the
taxpayers of tho c'.ty $600,000. In
addition, they subscribed to a -fun
of $100,000 for tho entertainment
of the delegates and other vlsltdr
who' have boon pouring Into the city
by the thousands In the past three
day,
Long before noon, the hour set
for the Initial se-slon of the twenty-
econd quadrennial Democratic con
tention, tho streets In the vicinity
pf the b!g, gold-domed building woro
jiammed with people waiting for the
doors to be thrown open. Trim,
arefu)y groomed Easterners clad
In long coats, "plug" hats and der
bies, knocked elbows with less punc
tiliously dressed representatives of
'he mountain and Pacific Coaat
. . .
nates. Tho "Merry "Widows" of tho
Denver women and tbo "Merry Cow
toys" of the Western delegates lent
ptcturesquoness to tho scene.
In order to prevent confusion
pfcoiit the entrances, the police hod
fped off all of the thoroughfares
fad!rsg to the. structure, Signs over
pie doorways Indicated the direc
tion which each holder' of the much
p'lied cards of admission should
fce Mayor Speer had assumed a
rsonal chaVge of the handling of
fce crowds outside, and a small army
'' policemen was detailed to pre-
ervo order, their work making the
k of the ticket-takers coraparn-
wy ea y,
Durlns the assembling and seat-
"B of the delegates and spectators
te fmous "cowboy band" of Pueb
9 and Alarao-a, perched up next the
ot in the rear of the hall rendered
ttlxed program of patriotic, class
ed and "rag-time" airs.
PaHaronw of Color.
As the audience edged Its way In-
o the building it was greeted wltfc
kaleidoscopic panorama of qolor.
e decorations were probably the
t elaborate as well as the most
rtUtlc ever attempted for a. similar
action. Uti above the Etaee of the
"rman, dropped from a steel raf-
er. was a magnificent oil painting
i George Washlnston. framed In
Ht and measuring eight by ten
Draped behind It were two
n8e American gags, while festoon-
OOUt It were varili tinon v&rda of
Colored bunting. To the right
" s'mllarly draped picture of
VIMIOLDS GOMPER ATs'TMNJUNC- NEI1RARKA DKLAi'EI) 111' SMALI3-
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TION PLANK HOLD PLUSUIS
TO PACIFIC COASTWANT A
vREAL PARCEL POST.
(United I'rens I.cnse-3 Wire.)
Denver, July 7. Tammany hnll
haB out-Dryaned Bryan. The braves
have decided to present to tho com-
mltteo on resolutions of tho Demo
cratic national convention tho most;
radical platform over RUggo-Hcd from
the east. Tho Bub-cQmmlttCo of tho
New York stato delegation named to
POX FJLEBX ITINERARY
NOT A SHIP TO 1113. LEFT ON
PAGHJIO COAST.
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(Uultfld VtttM Utintd Wlrr.) ,
San Francisco, July 7. (ByyH..L..
Clotworthy, Staff Correspondent Uni
ted Press ,on Bord tho Battleship
Georgia, for World CruiBe.) The
bnttlcahlps in the bay aro astir with
action' preparatory to the departure
of tho white men-of-war on tho sec
ond leg of .thefr round-the-world
confer, as to tho planks the Empho j cruise, yUexactly 29' riock hw
area practically an nnornooir ma jgnar "inr-ancirorfc"
(Cobubima o page ive,)
istato desires, favor
of tho suggestions made by the
American Federation of Labor affect
ing labor, especially those bearing on
the anti-injunction question.
Ilrynn Men Furious.
Bryan's friendB aro furiouB. They
openly assert that Tammany Is try
ing to embarrass 'him. Ho did not
deslro to go so far as to absolutely
prohibit tho uo of tho injunction in
labor disputes. All he wanted wan
to regulate not prohibit. But Tam
many deolares it has only taken the'
peorleBs ono at his word. Ho 'was
reported to havo said labor's de-
inunds were Justified, and that ho
wanted no ambiguous language used.
Ono of tho Tammany men let the
cat out of tho bag in discussing tho
question early today.
"Wo will havo a city election in
New York ono year from thrs mil
ho said. "We need tho Jabor vote.
If Bryan and his friends oppose us
wo will put tho responsibility direct
ly up to him and if ho forces a con
eervatlvo platform God' help' his
chances, as the west and east will
resent It."
PqoJflc Const Plank.
Tho Tommany platform will also
pleaso the Paolflo slope. It Insists
on tho exclusion of Asiatics and
favors an increased American navv.
Tammany does not want a decla
ration of the lafeguarding and guar
anteeing of national bank deposits,
as suggested by Oklahoma, and does
not mention the matter at all. It
aho dodges tho plan to recommend
the truing of physical valuation of.
railroads.
Parcels Post.
Jn the strongest of terms, Tam
many, however, demands a real par'
eels post which it declares Is neces
sary for tho wolfare of the country.
Oompers Hopeful.
Although Samuel Gompers li
hopeful that he may come to satis
factory terms with the Democratic
national convention there Is at pres
ent a considerable discrepancy be
tween what the representatives of or
ganized labor are demanding, and
what the Bryan managers are wiping
to concede.
The fundamental difference be
tween the Gompers demands and
what the Bryan managers are will
ing to concede, lies in a clause which
has been added to the Nebraska
plank, making it possible for injunc
tions to issue when there is a threat
"of lrresparable injury to property,"
or menace to life. The labor Bea
aseert that this clause opens the door
to interference by injunction in labor
strikes, slbJ leaves the situation sub
stantially &t it. ta to4ay.
will flutter from tho mast of 'tho Con.
ncctitut and tho ships will flic out
tho golden gate. It is not. believed
thb Nebmka will start today. Ten
cases of scarlet fevor woro discover
ed on board tho wnrBhlp yesterday
afternoon and sho was immediately
sent to California City to quaran
tine. Up to a lato hour this morn
ing, sho had not camo out of quar-
tlno.
Provost Gunid Ruby,
Thoro was plenty of work for the
provost guard lost night. Orders
had been given that all men were to
report for duty on board ship by V
o'clock, but many sailors yielded to
tho temptations of the city nnd had
to bo arrested and put In tho brig.
Itinerary Fleet.
'The announced Itinerary of tho
crulio t,o Australia and Asiatic
waters extends to Manila and is as
follews:
Leave San Francisco, July 7, 190S.
Arrlvo Honolulu, Hawaii, July 16:
depart, July 23, 1908.
Arrlvo Auckland, New Zealand,
Aug. 9; depart, Aug. 15, 1908.
Arrive Sidney, Australia, Aug. 20,
depart, Aug. 27, 1908.
Arrive Melbourne Australia, Aug
29; depart, Sept. 5, 1.908.
Arrlvo Albany Australia, Sept. 11;
dopart, Sept. 17, 19Q8.
Arrive Manila, P. I., Oct. 1; de
part, Oct. JO, 1908.
Arrlvo Yokohama, Japan, Oct. 17,
depart, Oct. 24,1908.
Arrlvo Ainoy,"ch!na, second squad
ron, Oct. 29; depart, No. 4, 1908.
Arrive Manila, P. I., first squadron
Oct. 31, 1908.
Arrive, Manila, P ,I second squad
ron, Nov. 7, 1908.
Rig Gathering.
By October 1 thoro will be 22 bat
tleships, lfftarmored cruisers, 4 pro
tected cruisers of high speed, flotilla
of torpedo craft, a screen of scout
ships and a balancing complement
of naval auxiliaries, flying the Amer,
lean flag in foreign waters.
No such extensive movement of it
fighting ships to foreign stations has
ever beforo been attempted by a na
val power. Under the present order-
there will not bo a single effective
fighting ship on the home stations
this fall,
SHs:ect Cleared.
Roy Bateman, a second class. fire
man of the battleship Virginia, sailr
ed with the Atlantic fleet today 4
free man after 48 hours of solitary
confinement, under suspicion that he
wa Guy Prescott, murderer of Josta
Gray at Evansville, lad.
Whea R, E. Leaf, of faata Cruz,
and G. T. Boehae, of Evansville. old
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MAN IN
THE EAST
WITlOUT STYLE Of HE4W WAGON TAtKS Of CITIES
two 0Tii:ns only present at
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VMTED I1Y REG
CEREJJONV
1STRA ABSENT.
GOULD
FAMILY
'United l'reu Lented Wire.)
Londofij July 7, Madam Anna
JOHN RRANNON OF WEST SALEM KO. O. WILL TELLS OF HIS
KILLED WHEN DRAKE STAFF
;. GIVES WAY LEAVES RIG
FAMILY.
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Jno. W. Brannon, a fnrmcr, while
lives three milee est of Salerw wulte
Gould wjm marrled,-to. Prince Hello driving down a hill with a load of
do SagaiJ. cousin of tho Amorlcou wood nt 4 0.clock yC8tcrdl.y after
heiress aad divorced husband, Count !noon( wnB thrown from tho wngou
Boni detatstellane, horo today !m- Rnd instantly killed,
raedlatolyjnfter tho expiration of the. Brannon was sitting on the .front
24 hoursPrequ!red to elapse aftor no- of n loni hoidng (he brako staff. Be
tlflcatlonMjf a wedding is given. foro the foot of tho hill was reached
4 rThey p married nt tho roglstry jho stnff broke throwing him tor
pfflce in tho Strand1- by -Registrar ftftrd to the -groun'd, the wfict.firdr
Graddock nt 11:40 o'clock and im-'uio heavy vehicle posBlng over, hit
mediately drove to the French Pr i,cn(I terribly mutilatlnK him.
lo'inm cnurcn in sono square wnerej nrannon leaves a father, mother,
tho religious ceremony was per- wfo ami flvo children In WeFt Salem,
formed. . u0' wn-, burled nt 3 o'clock this
Tlio wedding of a costermonger nftornoon from the undertaking par
and his "gel" could not havo been Jors ot coroner Cough, Rev. Bab
less pretentious than that of tho cock officiating. Interment was made
French prlnco and his American nt city View cemetery,
onuo. . Tiioro vere no attendants nt
either ceremony, the only
TRIP TO THE ATLANTIC COAST
FOUND THE MEANING OF
THAT-WORD HUMIDITY.
wltnovi
being Baron do Fontenllll nnd Mon
sieur Don. Chauvy, Jntlmato friend
of do Sagan.
NELSON AND GANS
TO MEET IN GOLDFIEI I)
1 United PrfM l.fnied Wlrf.i
San FrnnclBco, July 7. Battling
After tho ceremony, tho llttlo par- Nelson has settled all talk of his hi.
ty attended a wedding breakfast at 1 tontion of remaining in the prlre
tho Savoy. Tho absence 'of the Goo. ring by signing papers agreeing to
Gould fnmljy from tho . ceremony meet Joo Gans at Ely, Nev., on Labor
created a 6ensatio'n. I Dny If the colored lighter will nllow
Although no attempt was mado at, tho champion to tnke f 25,000 of the
tecrecy the reporters did not rencn
tho registry's offlco until tho com-
mony was in progress and were not
admitted. Neither were they allowed
to enter tho church.
tered their cab to drive to tho Savoy
for the wedding breakfast do Sagan
was smiling contentedly. Ho re
fused tqjalk to the reporters.
0
FIREMEN RESCUED THIRTEEN
RADLY RURNED JAPS
(United r.-m Leaied Wire.)
San Francisco, July 7. Caught In
a fire trap, fierce flames licking tholr
130,000 pure offered by Tex Rich
ard. A conference today will decide
whether or not tho matrh Is made.
Gans' mannger, Benny Solig, met
Willie Britt, who Is managing Nel-
Geo. C. Will of thla city, who hat
tnado a great success' of irthe musical
instrument and sowing machine busi
ness, thought a few months "ago.
that ho was entitled to a' layoff arid
so took a couple of months to se
'tho largo cltie of the east. He went
clear through to the Atlantic, took 1
Now York and Boston, wound up
with, threo days at Washington, D.
0.7'which heT!c!Hrerirthcnnet:'drv '
rthem all and anyono who goes ther
anu does not spend two or three
weeks, make a mistake, He only
got In threo days, and says he is go
ing back. But ho will not have to
teaso Mrs. Will very long, as all the
larilei like tho national capital.
Denver tho ReM. .
Ho liked Denver best of nny weat.
ern city. "Tho houses nro nil or
brick, except ono, and thnt is 40
years old, and they talk of pulling 't
down. Tho business pooplo of Don
ver nro tho finest In tho wholo coun
try. Thpy are all fair In tholr deal
ings, and nobody that 1 rnn acroj
tried to beat me what you can't say
everywhere. Wo rode all ovor Don
ver In nutos. Tho Btrcets are Movel
and tho nlr Is puro and fine. '
Finest Residence.
"Toledo, Ohio, has the finest aw
age of 'residences. Thcro nro miles
of Btreets where tho houe 'will not
differ $r00 in value, and all are tho
discuss tho proposed fight. Sellg
protested ogalnst his fighter taking
such short ends but Br'tt was ob
durate. -o 1
INTERSTATE COMMISSION
DECISION UPHOLDS RAILROADS
tHoltrd I'rfM Lenird Wire.)
Washington, July 7. In a deci
sion rendered today tho interstate
commerce commission upholds the
When the prlnco nnd princes? en-'son, and Tex Rickard lost night to somo dlstnnco back from the street.'
Thnt town Is hit bad by tho flnnncial
strlngency. Wo did not see nny Black
times In the factories oxcept that
somo lines of manufacture have fall
en bohlnd the times and Jmvo to until
down to get Into lines of progtenu.
Chlriitfo and New York.
"I liked Chicago much bettor than
New York, oxcept tho wOnthor Is
very hot whon the wind IiIowb from
tho landslde. You havo to Hit by thu
open window all night to cool off or
sleep on tho carpet, and that 1h not
what wo nro used to in Oregon. 1
did not talk with a traveling man
clothing, and their faces massos of 1 present regulations of tho railroads,
blisters from the Intense heat, ten
Japanese were rescued by flrcmon
hero early today aftor havfng givon
up a! hope of escaping from tho
death trap of tho lodging home
which had been their home.
Three of the 13 inmates of the
place became despaired before tho
arrivals of the rescuers and Jumped
from a second sfory window (0 the
pavement receiving serious Injuries.
When the fire broke out in n laun
dry on the ground floor of the lodg
ing house, the Japanese were asleep.
Before they could make their escape.
the stairs had been undermined by
flames.
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requiring lumber shippers to stake
and pack their own shipments when
forwarding In open cars, declaring
tho practice economical and not un- "", " ' ,n 7." "" , . T
just. -This decision grew out of a' ) ' J " b JL. "" .?!T
mimliBi. nt xMnnlnlnls fllo.t li. tYin "v """ "' mvll
National Wholesale Lumber Dealers
asioclatrnn and tho Pacific Coast
Manufacturers ateoclation against
several of the large railroad systems.
Tho lumbor men contended that the
present regulations were unjust and
discriminatory.
o
fCoatiBaed oa hk Pour.)
Cliarged With Atu!t
Harry Townsend of this city,
chargeil with assaulting E. T. Tegor-
"jtrancl with a dangerous weapon last
Saturday, was bound over to Sheriff
Mlnto this rnorning to await th.
action of the grand Jury. Townsenrf
got into a drunken row ir, Neus
baura's ealooa on Commercial street,
and hurled a stone weighing two or
three pounds at Tegerttrand, strlki
lug him in the face and badly brui
log him. Tegerstrand swore out the
warrant this moralng while Town
end was stiU Ja Jail,
nil, and the general opinion b thnt
Oregon will not hold the people who
want to como horo ae Boon as tho
financial pinch will lot' thoin got
nway. New York haB moro poor peo
ple than Chicago, and while Nov
I York has tho largest mass of rloji
that c'ty oho has the most distress
'lnf.lv irmni numtiA. nt n.nu a.i?..i.m
PERSIAN GOVERNOR APOLOGIES ,' ZulTuV , T a 1,,,,';w
in with tho rich. 80 much poverty
IN UNIFORM TO BRITISH BBd destitution spoils all the enjoy.
(United Prf Leed wir.) J ment to anyone not used to BeolnR
Toheran, July 7. Dressed in full poverty on every hand,
uniform the Persian governor ap-' lloloii Stre'tw Orooked.
peared at BrtUh legation hero today "T,,at 0,d Port has the worst lot
and made humble apolgy for the ot crooked streets Imaginable. You
action of cossacks Jast night who caa ,oso yourself anywhere, and the
surrounded the legation, where wPnu"w is how people find their way
mnnv neroiB "hnft tnkfin rofiiir , around. Even tho subways aro built
, When 60 cosiacks took a position crooked, It looked to mo w If the
near tho legation apparently watch-,town was mSl0 Pf b'reen soft wua
In lor refuges they knew to be flHd thea dr,e1 too fast and all
housed within, the British charge d' wned out of shapo. The streeU
affaires, made bitter protests to the,are "rrow and Just packed solid
rerslan government and dfmanded wlth teams, Btreotscars, anl oao
an apology, The trooj were lana'e- , struggling mase of humanity. I
dlatly withdrawn and the apology cou.W uot NU you U the Jrwtoai
w4 today. 1 (Conu94 on page Ire.)
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