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wfttf hjs, gayel un.ttlrjio.m.e. Sem
blance ororder was restbred.
3Roat was sarcastic wtfen quiet
carrie- out of the chaos. "It's a
wprfder'sdme peddle wouldn't
wait qntjl 'a man finished a sen-tenceiefre-starting
heiemarked".- . ' , l
Vhilealfthis -was going ox war
broke loo'e Jn the Democratic
party. ' " . .
his hat jnto-tfte ring- af)aut npon.
He sent a telegram to all the pro
gressive Democratic leaders call
ing upon them to fight the elec
tion .of 'Alton B- Parker as tem
porary chairman at 'Baltimore.
Just what this may mean no.
one knows.- But it may mean
Bfyan himself will takfe the floor
in theDempcratid convention to
Also,' it ""may mean that the
Uemocrttc sonventjon, will fall
into just the same-kind of a mess
as" the Republican convention
naw is m. , ,.. .
"Taft men on he cornrnittee of
resolutions today drew up" a plank
flatFy- denouncing "the, recall, of
judges of ojL jjljycial jecisjons.
Thjs-raeans the standpaftersare
going to keeppn standing pat, no
'matter what happens. (
'pKt a3?ollette men now have
dejcf ded to present a minority
resolution committee report, call
ing" for the recall of judges.
Roosevelt only got one vote4n
the "rtmth Alabama district con-'
test before th& credentials com
RQdsevelt is -now beaten to a
frazzle so'far as the regular con-
A'enUoji.is.,cpnx:erriej And no
one knows-what heJsjgoing to del.
If he bolts, and calls' on his dele
gates to -walk out, .the - number
that ? ill follow Hlfrx will depend
on h.ow excifecf tHe delegates are.
If tHey'fe ' not: very excited,
Rbpsevelt wilL get Hardly any
men to follow hinioutof the Coli
seum. Jf tbey rel excited, 400
may go with liimt . " '
,, A 1 :is, o'clock, 'Gov. Hadley,
of, Sfiss.Qurf, moved ' tjie cbnvert-r
tion vote,onwheiher,tor not con
tested "delegates Jshpuld vote on
the, retention-of JHetr own seats.
' Root ruled the hiotion ip. order..
There was a -wild j)prst of rpixed
cheering- and jeering and then
exebresentative ;atson mov
ed to table the iWdifey motion
Root recognizedf Watson, 'a
roll caH was denignded by two
states, and the first-real test vote
of the conventionds,on." .
The minority report in the Ari
zona case was teblfed'by a -tate of
a65 ayes"tp495'nqes,,with19 dele
gates not voting." ,
Roosevelt was beaten again,
but not by-so large; ar majority.
New YorkMrs -Charles H.
Henry, young nftJther, confessed"
3. 'Implicated -Walter ' Harring
tonChicago. f' "
, Washington. Qubin. rebel
army has separated.'tilf to north
oast and half to south coat.
Tarrytown, N.lF. Wild t man
that has bpen annoying women