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.-' "Li" . > '' ''? '??/%."'$? v: tf4*%Mk? % v/kt?t ^$#fsSPi VOLUR1S5?L ANDERSON, S? G*? THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 1,1916 131 mm i arr Roosevelt Gets Demon stration from Gallery That Lasts 41 Minutes -Hughes Made fPK* nommai Gain When Second Vote Taken (By Associated Press.) Chicago, Juno 9>-Hughes led the field on the first ballot tonight and gained mdoh strength on the second His ''followers,' confident" of his nomi?' riatlon ou u third ballot, resisted. ad journment, hilt : tho delegates; j worn out, wore glndftO aditYUUTII rbro?rroW.' This ls tho first Hmo since' 1880 that the-republicans have takon;moro than.; ono. ballot- in tito ) comlnaticn of a . presJLajftetnt...:-- candidate. Hughes' ttoosovelt" und; Fairbanks were : -i- 'oniy candidates .tuuofcg the .18" who traiuod .Votes .bu . the second -ballot.- ; According- to r' reporta Fwas?.velt took .persbi??l '?b?rge, ov?r the tele phone frbra . Oyster Bay* tonight of tho progressive situation, but hts attjtudo'bn the possibility of his ' nomination,-tomorrow was hot mode \ public. Tho. fact that tho confer ence met tigaiii late, tonight led to tho - boifef that kb. sanctioned.- another at tempt nt harmony. ? demonstration' - for Roosevelt, when his n?m? was put in nomina tion, at the - republican convention to-' day lasted forty-one minutos, a rec ord for this convention, but the lead er?'agreed it was largely a gallery ' demonstration.. (Fairbanks nnd Bur j ton ?got prolonged ^cheering from their followers. The' republican'' convention moved ;. smoothly to balloting .tonight. Micbif gan .turned thirty of Ford v?tea' over to Hughes on the. second ballot and two tb Roosevelt;' Lodge, Who hod nominated' Weeks, tutted his vote to. RobBeVclt. \W? Murray Grane, an nounce* for Hughcr?. Missouri gave Hugbe? tWbhly-two out of 3G. Count of Votes: ; - ' (By .Associated -Press.) . Chicago, Juno - 9.The first dfflclat ballot gave Hughes 253 1-2; Burion 77 i^; Cummins 85; Roosevelt , 05; Weeka-105; Dupon"12; Sherman 66; j Fairbanks 7?V1T2; LaFoJlettei 25; Brumbaugh '20 ; Ford 32; Knoi 36; Botnh 2; Yilila 'M McCall -XV- Taft 14; jiot voting 2 1-3; total l>87. Four hundred and n?noty-?lvo. required for a nomination. The second ballot, official gaye Hughes 328 1-2; ^oct 08 1-2;' Burton 10 1-3;.-. Weeks. Wf.imontJ&iSbe?^ pian 05;.FsU-banka?ag.-1-2; Cummins 85; Roosevelt 81;. Uvfolletfb 25; Mc Call 1 ; Knox Sd; billie 1; Wood 1; KfrV?^ng 1 ; Wan amaker 6; not vot /total SS?. .. Th? :xepuh.i|?an \ convention . ad journed after. th? second ballot un til eleven iopjpcrow; .:.'../ "?! .. ' .''H?^?i'J|?ar*ll W?Aii; -:' : 'The New: York delcgutlotti?'.vote ba t?ie ?fcond .^t?t- 'aft?p^/ ita^bjOS- 43; ?60}t- ?if and'-Rpos?velt 2.Pennsyl ft?q^Sli-mi John ;Wftjjiadia^:r5^ Hughes ?>upcut S; Root t end A ?ot voting. ^ Brfote the wwood bal lot waa , .:'-*tt?ftre*^ .?&?a?a* Mvli? Bons" remained thrown Vtka :Me Wa? v&Hl.tov Major General Leo-' ^:,-.::lHaralngr-V,^^v . T^tt?rrowri.Muga*wi; supportera .pre dict, th?y will, continuo to draw &wngth,i'am\ b?ml?ate th(^7^<?i>: Aaf.?.. .- .. . . Y; i mi ur i i Only Poiitiial Miracle Can Prev?tY ?-Peace Conference Seems toil Candidates Now Looked For. -.' (By,. Associated Presg. ) Chicago. June 9.- -Nothing. * but a political miracle such aa ..an agree ment of the progressive and republi can conferences, or Roosevelt's- reina al of -nomination, can prevent tile nomination ot Roosevelt by tho pro gressives tomorrow.- Leaders'' who think this fought today to hold the progressives in check and had Eoose- j volt's approval.-'of delay until the re? J publlcahb balloted.. ? Hughes: Incroaee of strength on i'd second ballot tonight; .brought thc Lasseriton :f rom . Governor j .-Whitman I tbitt 'Hugues^ would ba nominated hy th? republicans : tomorrow* ; ^Hb; f?f|o\ the' -peace conference, ' which V began usnighV would bo futile. ; I '. i'v;;" i >iWwftMiaaiTl'i'ii11?i?"i,'i '"" I Lasl Cabinet Meeting Before St. Louis Convention Held . ( By Associated Press. ) Washington; June p.--At the Jost cabinet meeting before the Bt. Louis convention, the members and Presi dent wilson today discussed the .de mocratic platform. President Wil son's draft will be" finished tonior row and while lt ls said they dre not to bo forced on " tj&e convention, lt'4s nssumed they wilt. be adopted aa President Wibma wrote:'them. Cab inet members -said they considered th? republican platform "innocuous aod tte democratic platform to . be moro progressive. No selection of a .successor'. to Chairman McComb bf tho htf Uonal committee .'.'was. deter-' rained on. - ? STKEET OARS IN UERJ?AK? my INCREASE TAR1RFS i .Berlin, May 19. -Street ear lines Jin many' parts of Germany hope in the near future to bo ablo to Increase their tariffs by about 50 per cent lb .Ute near future tb be able to Increase .their tariffs by about 50. per cent in order. to meet; increased coats. At a congress of street car mon held re cently in BerWh resolutions were unanimously adopted In which If'"?ta' pointed out that.Jh? present univer sal tariff v?f 40 oennins (2 X-2 cents) ?was adopted .In the nineties, wehcras avon, beforb tho war ibo expense of most companies had risen mby KO pe? cent ana ^jobably iwill rise even more after the war. A decided deteriora ! Sion of all Ines 'lu-.to he ^expected, the ' > resolutions .point but, unless they oro j allowed to raise brices -lo vi 5 pf on- ! biogs (3 3-4 ?ents^) " ' IVfTV?iF S'trbe^" ? June ?~Rnll$a>l Shares were ice .-dominant' feature of Itradlng tojo mbraldg? ?Paul, Noir^ ' ?rn Pacific* Reading, Southernwtj ^ghar^- ;;;?,;;- /' ' ?in Ixjulslaoai, two .'fbl^fis&.fe;weight^ih 'Jjtawaehneetts,^^ i^t 4b Michigan, ?pur to t?lssburl? two.-in 'Nebraska, ' #?>?b.;fn^^ vania..two- in. tetttttt?feufe??i i!yt?> la Texas; ;b?i*. fe Utah',' three in yirgujiai ^hi^4n's^iii^?^i^l?;. onegin. Ha waii;. He ic?t,one,,vote In Arkansas and ono lb ^Jibwaii,; :Itoosbvott'-ffrit? M in votes oh th? ?techad WloV, buo or these came from Maine, one iron? SSaStechuaetbs, twb'V trobV. Michfea ?, J5 frb^;cPennayI" Numi?i?tion Ert>greaoive Laader I Nomination of Two Dolentes Under Control. (By. Associated Press.) Auditorium, . -Chicago, -June .O. Progrfesslve.-delegates . aro now. ap pftrenily- ander tho control of lead ers, who wish to- delay nomination ttii.tlt.the republicans .act. - Rccefefl was, taken late today until eight o'clock, tonight, after spending the doy vot ing on tho platform eviction by sec tion. , Tko prohibition plank wau defeated, in a roll 'cull vote on a' motion to lay ' on the table. ' The vote was . titre j hundred ..and' eighty-five to eighty-, two.. Th? flatform, "was made . ufl i'Uloaea business,.-' when recess was J tak?n. . - ' ~'? % .:.-?'?'?? '.,..'-! ?.SUI?i?ES Death cf Blacksmith Mest Trag V gk State Has Know? .? 2_L?L - Charlotte, N. C., Juno 9.-Ono of tjie; most tragic deaths recorded inf North Carolina in many months was that- of Charles W. Furr, of tho little town of . Mission, 14 miles from Con-! cdrd yesterday, when the victim who had the reputation ot being'the mose powerful man In the south. left his, wife ,*nd four little children in 4a, adjoining room, tock a shotgun from a icprner in his bedroom, and blew off th?'top of, his head with a shot gun. Ha toppled over In a heap a? his' grief-stricken - wit e and children horrified at the sc-eho which met their eyes rushed out ot doors mid called- for help from tho nearest neighbors. . * The' victim of his own - rash act waa a giant in sle'e, steen gth and height. - Ko was nearly 0 ifS ,,feej. tall '. sod . weighed more' than ? 200.' -He waa a blacksmith by trade and ii bad ot ten .been'said of him thaVhe could handle any til ree men in the county together at the one time. Hts muscles were like iron and his otvength'^^fe notnonal. . . Tho, dead .man wa? '35 y ea", a of age,. a. respected . resident or Stanly -. county, a'.'good- farmer'^ahft citizen and one of the beat black--' smithsin, tho state; ' : ' ' Furr lived oh ;the property..- of rienry Creighton and lt was many hours' before tho deputy coronet ar-j rived -to. Investigate and give .permis--' aion for tho disp'Osil' of the, body Mrs:, ..Furr,. who. waaia 1 Misa .Halleys previous to her -marrlago. can^iol un> der^tand "uer husband's act any ra oro than td say that ho had been In de pressed splrifa bf late.a?d had wised that be were dead, At sundown las? night th? big"' plantation hell at Henry ?ref?hton's, tolled for a tong time, . a Custom In thaCpart.\of the ata\e wh eu any body in < the: comm unity; -is:, ds?d,;' : Aiacrfcin BSa?ors tn Russia. Headquarters of tbu ', Russian Sev enth Army, Juna 9;?~Am^ricaa,'ji?i 1 ibito's.-auto'trucks and mblorejr ^^^fo?i^fih^ siaa:front. At nu a "B^tfte?vddsepa o? e ?.:Am'Brtc?a.^-Bteit?l?r?y. > ataron oiat behind'thb front a profesi?n. o| ...rbduc'U'. ?f^ various* ,>?bria tea?j?y *to the -activity.-.of Attierican -?naniifa?tur-' era,j > % grasping trado oppo*tuhiU% ojue> ;-?'to them by the-war. v-'fpj . .^?eMi^a?i^:_, a? ^l^o^at?m^jail ie. InferptttkmaV ^?fc??t"'' ' .?t?:f??tfvj Ijmnifc?,: Ev?rythini m Citarles. E. .'(Wy Associated Vross. ) |- '-Whilst-tabCe /m au s bave ceas?d in fantry ''attacks' Ir?-, the region" of ?.' the I rhlaumont farm,! bombardments con}j | tinao du1 Chaptrp -Wood, -Fumln Wood i ind south o?-.Damionp, infantry at-, j Itacks against HilJ J04?haye, boen pplsed-by tho French. Bom* .admits <itb? : Italians huvc j Iwi?idraw? 'to .now positions cast oCi Astagp: and Campemiuie. Valley. Aus-j WAI Officiate at Funeral of Bish op Northrop ''. ciuirlefitqn, June O.-r-ISla Eminence Cardinal' Gibbons, . of ?alti mof?; y/llt offlclate nt the ftmeral ser vices of' tho iatft ;llfght, Revi riobry ^ipjSknoy Northrop, D. D.'. .Bishop ot the Catholic diocese of Charlean. Un ' ie senrion.. The. interment. imme?V lately, after the services, . wilt take mt*-lei jtho Bishop'sf>f plot on "tho1 Cathedral ground?, ' .Flour ifemin? !?. iloljand j .Washington,' . June 9-^/Tha' depart-i mont bf commerce b#s reb????^^iil w>, M ^ Thompson at The Ht?Bub rtat-. HMMme^lit?flttnda'.hw'^mda? gojng' a wheitt arid flour famlno. Tli'e iitfiatoi'e^ teWHW?; > Sf th? ? >war- w&* hsia?iig bf> whit? bread wa? ir6hjibited; ibn&??Xi from <the ' : be^innM^' ?^|^9r?6' -until mpiOl^' the 'danger.:was constru ed' tb to have been- a?*rt*d[**n d tn * jpluntlful. f. ,i ? y.,.. . : - t is wftt?pg^relopm?nta da ?> -H? rj^i^ated today that * L jr Paints To \ Of Hughes ingles.. m tri?ti malms to bava taken metre -than twelve thousand 'italian prisoners pince tho beginning of the- month'. \, Kirfe Constiintlr.c of Greece signed an o der, demobilizing twelve'' claar-ca of tim Greek army, about one- hundred end ?fifty thousand men. Paris con siders thia the reuult of pressure hy Itthe ailietfv Athen? --rei^^.Vjlt'.'/niny. brjrig, downfall of t li o H h onie vd; ic- mi n itstry. . ??,-^-?-~ry-~y-1 r-'---~-^M-'-,'-- - . Wk COLUMNS BANDITS; HAGGED Pair Pie at Deming And Qlher Three RsspUod ' ' * ' / ' ; m. ::? --- i ! .Deming, Now Mexico, -dune? 9. Frauclsco Alvarez and Jutjh, S?Uchez, Villa followers; captured' during /Ib? raid pn Cblumnjts. March^flth, w?re hanged thia morning. Tho , others sentenced io h arid' at tho same Unie, woro respited. Beb?Ai?te? Interview. Berlin, Juno v?--(By Wlrel??;)^. American Ambassador Gerard h$s re pudiated the. Interview recentlyat* tributed tb ulm eu ' tho , subject of saying ^that - fcount .FijcdfoJcil ^ VQ? ,We?urp, conservatlcvo'- leader'' of, Upi reicliJtag,' desired Ot fard to ?/?>v> the f-purioua interview pifflHigggtafer -itS^but .tho ambassador decline Pawliy end gclf. f . Jone ^ r, killed bia wlf* ?nd ? four . The bodied-w*rsvYoond their home' todtiy. '-'.' 'firm S.'tittilvPOinWIn^adfl?ce^Vre .acut tergd^ coj#?ln>?. njarkotj tu rn-, nn???? yy.yyu SND ira HEAVY GUNFIRE DRIVES GER MANS AND AUSTRIANS BACK DISTANCE OF 15 MILES-MANY LINES COM PLETELY ROUTED (By. Aeso'alatoJ .P^psn.) . ..Petrograd, Juno y.-rFivo days' ot furious offensive by thc limsa?ms un? dar General Brusslloff has broken tho Teutonic' Hues' from Koyelsarny railroad to Bukowina, driving them back un average of fifteen miles. In tho Lutfllc sector tho Russians have broken completely through, turning, the left flank of the Austrians and the right flank of tho Gormans and .capturing tito Lutsk connect lui; link between tho uorthern. and southern regl?os. Victor lo.; uro attributed largely to heavy gunfire. .In some places the Russian barrier fire cut: off , large bodies, of lite- enemy troops, who sur rendered. lt is ofuciniiy announced that tho. Russians havo captured thus ., far ? r^pro ' then' v;- 4,1 x ty-f ? ve.thou jj a)fd" '. pris . --. Lieut, Sanfly, Holder of Many fj^Recor?s, . Kilted in Fall on Santo Rosa Island .(By AaaoQiatedt Press.) Pensacola, June .9.-Lieutenant R. C. Caufly, ipavy aviator, wa? killed J hera lato today, wheu .a machine inf which ho ls ?o?d to havo broken sev eral world's hydro-aqropluno rec-] ords fell tKv.cn hundred;.feet,' landing on . Sani>. ltos.-t Island ; Ono of tho j mir pieces oj. tho machino ls toported to havo hean "disarranged, causing the] accident. rV?y' was found by persons who .Witnessed t&? fall 'end went lo tho. Island in a motor boat. On March I 2Bta "Saufley aJscondod ?tote??, thous and feet, auld to.lje theworld'srec oud: ?Te was?yrty-two years . of i age, front Kentucky "and leaves aw M dow, YOUNG?^TWEI^^^^ IS KILLED INSTANTLY J Larry WOson Get? 22^000 Volt* JFfoi?L?vo VVire H?rtwoll. Ga.. June O.-r-taf^M son. or, -ilartwelL twenty-year-old ?od ..J no; 8." Wilson, commissioner ot Boad? i&, Bridges;of, uart county, web electrocuted lu Lnvpnia.on iionday morning libout ten. o'clock". .. Larry was ah employ? .. of The PrankUn.Wght & Power Co? and had gone to, LaVonla that\ morning ?wttfe A . L. ,?ou?t>? manager ot tjilpi con* p?ny, -\&ofe^ft&rt,w*H. lo do, A; some special work in: tb> eali-slatirrt:.there. In, some way IV.T.came lb contact witi J o live wire ca)iryingv2'i,000 . volts of j electricity and ;,was b^Ry : burned, bia left stolider and#&tbO. face. noVr Heer?t t'eaf?/!i. . Cbiaccg," June i$ihf?W&pkfi^ ?J?P^?Mms pn ii?o topic ot the con veraatloa Justice I lushes .and former ?Attorney 'Oei??rjr^.vV^yieke'rab?w ;b?ad ^han .?ey. coufabbed y^t?rday. Mr. .Wiokerehaw" it ?r?gibat'\ ftugtiip maa. --MiAi;s!e$lai???a.dospdieV;da?i*?i/, that they discute* <&? . CWcagb alf* wallon. . .; ^.r-^-> .?;, ? - - ; ? , ?tteMsiat'-.fi'ViJ?oso.. ' Eil .Pa^, ?J?^ t?WU. hojjo - ?t?tH vf?HESh?r;r??t?ce, /w ifWfotKWt?-^'??^d;?|?TtVthov;. ord ^bfel?^'waa ; Vre?*lYM ; pby-1.Us^eTe. fronVrWashln;B^a.: w nc MRp qv DR. J. H. .LANDIS TELLSV^SOr -|M C5ATION OF MEDICAli^lUC i$M INSPECTORS WHAT' .bw- lM CI NN ATI HAS DONE TO IM* |H ;^|ROVE^O^piTIC^: ' (Hy Associated P?MB!) Cincinnati. June it.-Iii a? address -Wf before .tbq>'Auia4o?h\A'stfoc4atl?n pr Medical Milk Inspector? today, Dr.:'^ Landis,/of Cincinnati, dlecues-h?? lng "Puro MUk-^lt3 Influence on ,a Municipality's Qonoral Death Rate," devoted himself chiefly to presenting feels tondlng to show that tho re duction in the" death "rato or a muni cipality hrought about by the purl-; flcatlon of its milk supply, ls pr??fO ; . t leal ly tim same as the caused by Ita change from a polluted to a puro wa tor supply. Tn Cincinnati, ho uah), tho average yearly aavlng of liven by -compelling. a purormllh-supply was 43.. "Wholesale, assassination of cin clnnatfn infant population, .had been :.carried .an.?arvjft^ .'.tt??; mUk:indU4^^4^^1^rgely fri "the bando of dairymen v/ho ?od . .liselr1, / eo>yaNAlmost exclusively un. dh;tUiery idoj}, Cow? were chained' with their pMM?.'i in a blbr?. t roi ; - time tl;. ' . th^-fjiTra natif they pnVs^d Jato tho bunds'ot / . tho5; butcher. Tao' dlllry vvorp-'^$? dork und reeking with fitihtd man?rb,..' ;t^h? cows wer? plastered with tilla material, as were many or the work- ;V>' mon, OK*' tho finished product had; a, generov-?;i>upply when '.lt, reaobed thj*^!] consumg public.', .What I had. been..;'. accomplished lu . changing those con ditions : had been chief|y niade? pos sible by employing on 'full-time . aa JiealUi' olucer competent specialists nuder a nou-partlsuu board ot,health. Tho Cincinnati, . plan elimlnated^^ milk .inspection . by, a,,'physician- ow part time and placed It i: the hasd?. ? pf a graduate in veterinary medicine on. full timo. R. D, Bimbo; D.' V, '8., air employee of ;thb-United States . ft?rern of Animal Industry, v,'ii8l??8? r?osen, and tb, his : Industry, honesty, , ; a^d cobrkge tliq resulta obtained aro . largely d?o. Right to Dump Milk, Ono of tho. Cincinnati rogalallpna glgea tho .health , ofll'ccr tho '..authority' ?t?/d?mp milk that ?hows...v!oiblo sed ' Imoht in f ho container. Thia . regu lation was rigidly ..enforced against, ?hose who .persistently, fought all at? tempts at '.Improvement, Milk per. mba were revoked,. aaa: In numerous I n i ?ta in;nr.i>ro.;.-?cu t lo a Idvpollco court drow /imbs ranging : from twenty-five to four hundred dollars. .Ip a fo\r instances, porfectly respectable gen tlemen had oppbrtuait?es. , fin v i the quiet of thO-'-city'.'jjaii;' to'meditate on the uncertainties of a milk pro ducers career., fbntibr.ly .prpsecu \tion'meant'a little temporary, ca???p notoriety, with a ;tengb tot martyrdom ; .thrown in ; how; if a man hs arrested fdr somb other, gross yloiatIon .pt tho. regulation a. ho loses', . paete .. in . h'a ? community and Isvclaosifled . os a cheap croifc ..or a plan "bonohead, " Compelling prop?-?etb?a ' pf restau rants, saloons.. hoteL?. Cte. / to servo milk . to'custolne^ seal eil packagb met with the unaabll