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OF THE UNITED PRESS .s - rw THE DAY BOOK 500 S. PEORIA ST, TEL. MONROE 35? Jpl. 1, No. 237 Chicago, Saturday, June 29, 1912 One Cent ISSUE STRIKE ORDER., , New York, June 29. Leaders .of the Firemen and Seamen's TT , L .. , . , ernor should also seek the help of Union .issued a strike order today Tiyr1irni,v lu gu mio enecr immediately . Cdastwise steamship compa nies are involved in the strike ow ing toheir refusal to recede from their open shop position. 95,000 'firemen and seamen will be on ' strike by morning and the execu , tive committee of their drganiza-tionjfas- appointed delegates to circulate among the longshore men arid induce the 40,000 mem bers of that union to join the strike. . Such a mpve will entirely crip ple, all Atlantic coast 'steamship commerce. THErDEMOCRATIC MESS '(Reports Direct from Baltimore , by Unite&Press Wire.)' William Jennings Bryan caused f and the most tremendous sensation of; .the Democratic convention at 2 o'clockytpday. . He publicly renounced his -instructions for Clark because Clark was seeking the nomination with the aid pf"Boss Murphy of Tam- 'many Hall. , He then cast his vote for Woo'd- row Wilson and announced he would continue to vote for Wil son unless ihe New Jersey gov; Bryan explained his change of vote from the platform after the Clark men had done their best t$ prevent his gettin a hearing. r When he did so it was at last fully understood why the Nebras kah had persistently refused to choose between Clark and Wil son. . i He had been waiting to see if there was any truth in the rumor that Clark had allied himself with the Ryan-Belmont-Murphy ou& fit. ' And he considered Boss Mur phy's smftch to Clark on the 10th' ballot as such proof. The thirteenth ballot resulted in no nomination. In the middle of it Bryan sought the platfonft spoke to Chairman "Ulue James. r This caused uneasiness among the Clatk leaders. They flockecj to the platform and talked to Bryan. ' It was learned that Bryan haft asked James for a chance to ex plain to the convention why he was going to chance his vote. ifmltmkt1nrk,mii lcjj!