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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAJ
Jim lly Mull, M) Ulilrt ft M . . , , 1 1 1 ; 'imjI,- I opi.-, .", (ViiIm, I1., ( inn. i , iiii ( i mis it Mumli. THIRTY-FOURTH YEAR, VOL, CXXXV, No, 3, AtiH'Oi L Ku IT, i ML Xll'P, V v.t nNLsn-.. THOSL R, I 1 I W 11 CE-PRFS HEW JERSEY GOVERNOR 13 CHOSEN DEMOCRATIC BEARER IN 1912 CAMPAIGN ON THE FORTY-SIXTH UNDERWOOD'S WITHDRAWALSTARTS AVALANCHE OF VOTES FOR EX COLLEGE PRESIDENT Adherents of Champ Clark, Realizing Their Candidate is Beaten, Promptly Join in Stampede and Vote is Made Almost Unanimous; Victor Receives News Calmly and Expresses Hope That Party will Never Have Cause to Regret Its Ac tion; Voting for Vice President Began at Night Session at Which Names of Numerous Favorite Sons Were Presented, Indiana Executive Winning Handily on Third Ballot; Bry an's Favorite Was Governor Burke of North Dakota; Mem orable Convention Adjourns S ine Die After Adopting Platform. III, Hi July :t. For president -(' riimr V Irnw Wilson, of N' f,',i'm1,',. inwidrnt :vc-rnr.r Thomas li. M .'rshi.ll. of Indiana. This was lh,. ticket completed I.y 111,. democratic national oniiven- I ion "I 1 : ,'" a. "I l"dai noiniiiiilioii of .lovcriior 'I'll. on.othiiiK of ii ur.ris... for when Hi boRiiM it seemed thiit l In- Hi ;in- -W n"ii ennuiim-iu in me i ........ ...... hud iU tinit.-lv settled u,on lioiernor Joseph K. liurke, of North l.akola. There was not miu-h of fiKhl, how. -v. r, and wh.-n two bail,, is il,.- rinsed Mai-Rhiill st.-u.Hly in lh." Lad. ioi ertior Murk 's name with- drawn and Mai ..Hi. II was. proclaimed the nominee I.y noelamation. A minute la I hi- til,- convi'iitioi, hail adjourned sine die. The deleiiat, s. worn weary, mad., their way out of tin- hit; convention hall. HiiiKiim and happy. I" shirt for homo. Covenmr Wilson was nminmitod at the aft, -moon session on lh.- (or- tv sixth ballot and his nomination, like that of Governor .Marshall to- . niht. was.iai.k,; made unamntmis The Z I s ssioiis. and in.- .ici.'.iuiics .sc,-,,,.-.. i,.., i uncoil Ills ... ... ,.' ..,i, l oinmitte, from eoiiilu.-t of the eon, inn I'u.nimlKn'ui'-l i.lh.wii.i, Cloietitnr coinmittee. lly MoniliiK J.mrnul ("pwliil I.eaBfd Wlr.l llaltimore, July -' 'onernor Woodrow Wilson, of New Jerse, was nominated for president of the rnit ed States hy the ,loinociatle national eoi.ventioii at the afternoon session today whei 1 th- torly-s,th haMot, he received '.''.'0 Voles to M for fluimp Clark. The .Missouri delegation, whieh hild relliained faithful lo I'lalk to the end. then moved tha; the ninalioii he made unanimous. There was a jtr.-at i-horus of a,,roval anl the loim liKht was o,r. only four ballots w. ie neeess.iry to day to reiieh ,i nommalioi.- When the convention adjourned last iukIh it scenic, I to be in an all but hopeless deadlock. WiiM.n bad heKllll to lose Klolllld oil the last lew ballots and Champ Clark had made a lew temporary fi.ims. This eneour ancl the speaker to rush over to llal timore from Washinnlon this in, ,111111,; In the hope of still further turninu the tide and rallyim.- his forces to a Html win.,, in,- sneaker ;i!T1cm however, he leai-ii-d that ill I llino is j del, -nation iit an arlv morning eon- 1 (....,,. .. bad dec , led to SW U II 1,01,, Clark to Wilson. This meant aihiinwe!. of tifiv-eiKht votes and was as ,ata, to Clark's ehunces as it was inspiring to the Wilson forces. ( The Wilson forces went lo the con- a vention hall at noon in the lirm he- lief that the New Jersey Holencl, would he nominated before another,, adjourunieiit was taken. As they '" ! expected the vote of Illinois niark.d, the bcKlimiiiK of lh'- end. West ir-iB ninia joined hands with Illinois in n- 9 Iuk oi'-r to Wilson on the fort -third ' , ballot, the tilsl east today. j Wilson jumped from his Una! vot. of 41M last night to th on the nrsi ball, a to. lav The lia tires told their own story. "The Wilson .iel.-uat.-s wet'.-j: 'il'ia.t't as Chairman Jai.ies direetod . the seconu call of the day in.- folllth of the conveiitioa , ... ,, . ' important change ., t his ba lot w as n , Jnllelfor'c,::: "iu,d on'j ,n 1 otlOi, P I 1. a,, di 1,1 I ,, i w-o f . r o i son Ah ' ',U' ,1 'Z u im nonun'-e a iwa-ntv-seven votes ., this hallo,.! , . n . .. . ,s j ro-n eu me ine to. , . - , - , I.. -. a- for , lill li lie,,, .,' ui.it. ,,1 , Ins own and Wilson mad only four. , i There were few in the had time Who did Iiot believe inai would win but thev Ica.ed that it , ... . , 1- o ... ... would take a l.niK. bme wnile lot mm, to attain Ule T2u 1 -:: Votes necessniw ; f.,r n,, 10 uiii. II was realized thill th. re must be a de i .d bleak in the ) I-.. , . ., ..1,1.1, leol beCtl Till trou, th- l...inn.n bclre any mainwiH, an ,-neray th.,t n,. ai,: rult. voald win. . -.-"at..". ''' . ih r. d when si.-tiator liankh.-ad. of A.alaniii, Was seen makllii; 11 is wav to Ih htiiK-. Word Hashed our the Het armorv that Ins purpose was to vithdraw Mr. t'mb rw.od from the t o ,. i,nd release his 'b 1. na . s to lot. t..r whom they saw fit. The del. -tale" wearb-,1 Py the hum .essions of the past iv.i'K, i.abr.d a, I 1 ut on,.- that this was nab , .1 Hie 1 n im.x. There was .1 .-..iifns.ori ..r rhi-'-r- ine applause ur.d calls Iron' one del--( ihelr iict.Tv. Paia n t, another. Tin- k-alh nes add-, Th. ie was n s- .. Ih,..LI, ll. ... , -'! I,, ine Uin. e-enaoo " " ' I', 10. ,, -1,11. st. ,0,1 f.,r ;, long while Im fore liel J!ay,,r Fitzc, raid witliur.-w the cuia proceed. IU- had uttered hotjjja,,,,. f ;! t-lttor I ,,s., of .M.ifsa PARTY'S STANDARD BALLOT Maishall for president ,:mi" as - nmht's l.,ill.,t inK for viee president ... ... ... .. , . intention f int r 'd n.-i UK a resolution m Wilson 1 o upi,inl Ins own euinpnieui Clark Appreciates Efforts of His Friends Washington, duly -. "n his return to Washington from Hal- timore toiiinlu Speaker Clark is- sued the follow ing stateineiil : "No set of men nut, ie a better or braver tlttht for any man in this world than my Hi. -a, Is nil o, r the country made for me. Thev have m hearilell thanks. We never had money on, ,1,4,(1 vxeli to i:iv for an ad, qu:it, sup- ply of ,,isl:,Bc stamps and liter.,- tti re. I was tied Mow n her i.v my dlllies of the speakership. I could, therefore, aid m mends vcrv lit 1 1 1 -. 'I'h.-v mad.- the liiiht ami I led on thirty ballots in nine of which 1 had a clear ma- jority. Nevertheless the noniina- lion Was bestowed up'l, i,n- criu.r Wilson. " iiev. r scratched a d.-mo- " cralie ticket or boiled a ,h- i in mi- He sh,lU 1ul e,. Ho- ,b- rat ha bit now. 1 am loo seasoned s.,i,ii, i- t t,, accent ehc-rl ull lt,,, K war .., wj M,pport liovernor Wil- ,.,, wid, fthatever power I p,,s- .sessallil hope be will be ehcle.l. ..( ,,,,, i ;,,n s,d,-l ihiotiKh the vile and mali, ton- s.,n,eia of Colonel William Jen- ninus l.rvnn. of Nebraska. True t Hies,, .slanders were 1, inuemh, .11H insinuation, but tne.i were no ,.ss deadh for that reason. (Sined "CI I A M ! CI .A I : K . " ' f w Kur,u wh,.n ,. nieaniiu; of his , .,.,., rks !,, elear ami Ho le w. ie H . ' u.'li I i ut , - rr ll p 1 1, ,n s of a j d'ia 1 1 s- and , demonstration. The ly d,, y of le, r made in the se-suu, en, lie from tile .Missouri del, -ate-s. Thev demanded to know , n.,-,,r llankhead why Mr .'n-l.-r. 1 had no, withdrawn when .la. k a ..-a eu to ii a e a ii.hi' e , . .. . . ...1 s ee OS... 1 th.. I'm i t- e-oi. wood iieli Kales id lukiim." Senator j 1 I'ankh, ad paid no In ed to Hi,- ,,i,-s-i Hons hurl,-, al hint. He sa id Mr. In- j 11,'U OO, I UeSireU 1 lie Sin, es.s Ol ,o - r. .... ,r, ''" ''.''. ' 1 Ihini; el.-,- and w ould not lend hums, if to anv pian l" pre-J ,..,,1 , ,, ,no.i an. From Hie moment S.-naior I'-ank head reailod the ptntiorin in,' 1111,-1- 'I Hie e, , f I , e I o ,. U.IU ,0 Itiin iiiin in 1 . ut u t , a , i",i .,ui ,s.. ...... he- colld lliake honselt ll.l.fd. I'' b ased in the name o! the speak.-r. ad of the ,1,-Imates w ho I. id le ll ph-dued to him. As for .Missouri, hoi- ever," h- ,d,i- ; for oid 1 -l amp ( ". ,1 k t. t he end. ' Mayor l-'itzfi-raid, of Uosioii, f.. .,.., sin.-. The eoni niloii was 1 1, almost colit.nuoa-- ii. .al. .i:- Mil ..n forces air-iidv w.ie cehhrat.n h.ril-er at y doubt I v i J I 3H H v JOI s ' nJsJ,$ JrtV A HiY-'KV' l --5S v vrf-K-r'' ' CuLJ FTTH W 1 e -yt' (.,,1 DeadliK inor 1,1' , 1 r-e. V ho i.v KeiniH iaMi- N.t,i,,ii.il ( iearer iii !t2 alli.a chusells, from fun her vote and declared 1 ha t i he -,.!,, i : . , -. w ould fall in line i or S ... ' Then a se. olid file, rah, i. is l.ized. This was the , oner. .s in I irook 1 n. lie mad. a pi, 1 I molly and ended I a ...iue. .-I n;;' flirt her roll call b, ,b:-.. lea .1 v. the nominal ion of U iisoii . .. n acclain.-itioii. New ,,ri .i ready lo Vole ..r III,' in.ii ;, body of the dele:;., I, ,,es,r. ,, . llolniUee. The failhlul .Mis--. mi am ol.j, this plan because .,i in. ir d, Vote a last lime !o- S;.. a I, , r , Il was a lor. u.ihe , on. lusi., Ill,- result would be as 1 ne last the slales bet;.,n. A la 1, a ma , u hi started ,- ,-ry ,,l h. r call v. in, I I'olir ole.S lor I'll, I. I ,1,1.1,1. e 1 1 a I Wilson and stale at suit. It was jusl '1 : 1 .". p. 70 OtCy ,,1 I', hllS I I son over lh,- w i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 : total at th,- nine , ;; followed I Mo. W The sla hi, IHI I I I of tile I0SS, i,,eS ill the colli cl, Moll had been cast for the nominee. A 1 1 s soill-l wil Ii her l li i il mx, had b, . a Joined on t he lasl bit llol l',.r I ' I a l I, is li of ( 'ahlol Ilia's vol,".; I,, ti , delcnales Mom Florida ; an, li,.m Louisiana; all siv I r .',i.,,l,t: f..,,,- from New J. t s. , i:,,. too,,,, -let, .a linVi'f ' Wlh, li i ,-; .. rr lie- I ': trie! of Cohiiulsa and ll..m . '!iio. This little handful 1,-a, 111, ;,,io,:l 111 tile chorus ol a , 1 . 1 1 1 lo I; alo l- Stone moled tiial the notii U..I1..11 he made u na 11 in a, 11 1 It w as : :i .", p. in. w hen I Im Cli , i r a, 1 n James ofticlaliy , belated Mr W.l-.t, the lioliiim-e of Ins pail... Th.-ro wa an attempt at another ,1 -monst 1 a 1 10.1 but I h,. delcaat. S U , I',- h ,o til". 1 1 lo keep it up lone. Then, the I... ,1 appropriat ion lor a I... n, b ol 1 at I I last Saturday ni-.ht and I . was ie, I inspiring music to help aione Hie ,-n I h 11 s i , 1 s 1 1 1 . in tin.- r, . 1 in,. 1, on . 1 nation was ilni'iu,-. I . 11 .-a. in lb convent ion ball ;-. ei I ; ., I, , ,,i I ra me of mind ivlun 1 in- ,n., am.. William J. hryali who had ;if ' it. l.- til k, n to, .a It in 11;, .1 1 ., e. t i 1 ..i I he day other than ,i 1 .1 - t his 1 - with the Nebraska delegation !.. Wood row Wilson, v. -is si, 1 rounded b main- admin is b-n w.til.i -a..- n.ahih - 1 at tile lie ii.i he W.OlId pi, pare a, statcln, lit l .t. I la T 1 1 . day Nom t riat i. .as for the a , : . -aoein 1 were ill order but 1,0 ..p. I, a. I L. 1 t, 1 agreed Upon so it was ,! cli.! ih.,t a I I'eeeSH should be taken unci i. 10 . I w hen the l ice proshh 1,1 . liould be I named and Ho- plat I. .in. -ti.,.t Tl, interim was ,1, 1 ni... to , ..,. 1, ,.n both SUb I I I IMAIIXOI VtllSOX -'....-.,.'.-. a.-huiet, .lu!c '.' P.. -i.n ut l it' heard of c itb.ii whib- ,,1 . r no 1 IV i i -1 o . ,00, . 1 1,1 I'l O. been h l, W'tot. hers of his fanilli TI,.- pi. -d , lined to ,'i'llitiii lit and a , e-' 1 a i 1 1 ' lab T I, tt to pis'. - .'I. l-rien.t.s 01 aii. "i ,f;, le-... . r. ti.llll-l.t Hi.'V , on . t, ltd a : : ..it ..f .. fort m t he s. ; , 1 ion of He 1 : 1 !! :! . eon . nt ion l.i p. - : ,ne 1 .a. . i : , i. lt to out n b - 1.1 e 1.1 ., 1 1. parly. Ih,-i , outit it."h tte i.t..e:. 'leineltt s,lltlll,:; iio.sx, 1 ' :l and V. l.-l il is W il k!o.W n ;,, W -': i, n t ' Hi,. .r, si,i, ni ami I s 1 n od - f t he no, hiii, ,i ion ,,: , ;..i . , n. .1 H , or iis,;,r Fnd.rwood :.. ,n..r. 1 h. did 1 h .1 of 1 ei 1 1.1 11 r. i 1 I , I AKIx Kl I l M-'x Til I iu: ii iioit 1 . 1 WashiiiL-ion, Juli j. sp. a-.r , l.,n. j ..a-,,,,, fn hen Inf 1 ;n;i.-. -d rin. .1 tt,., t Iii - 11 ,. 11 : - li.. 1 I lllt- l poS. 1,., : a t t i, ;- .,. C- I i 4 ' ,! . i''.''i. -t ? a WniinuK ,1 e-!e,, lay After l.oiii; he I'arli's .siandard (iiiM ini lion lo I ,-r I i ion .1 his lie hie sideiitial iiomimiljoii , tell those ) pie I , lake ihai a, , mil, a M KMI l I. M M s Mi ( ,)MMI I. I hi! .iaa polls. I lid . .lull 2. lii.l el ti. I Th mi l I ;.. Mm-: i,a II lottudtl I. .,l n. .1 I h i I I... had I., .-li chosen '. 1 ' ' 1 1 I . ' . till, , .1 It'll, la ie or the I pre- Idene. . M - ii.i'l. no I oil n. I I slate m ei. t . 1 t is a r. .' t , -1 siif), re w as how n ll h, u iold tha t he bad be -II el;..-. ,, I 1.. in i I :. .11 after o, .1 1 It,-; a lo .:, ,,le ,a: I !e- s- c I ball .' t I. id h I, ol I.. Ilel ed I be In. II. ,1' .1, rat a- lead r ,1,1 o 1 1. -1 . M K Wil I. Mil I t II I!!M . MV. I.,, -, . .1 a 1 1 'Chairman Nor ma II i i ,1!.., 1 ol the .lellioei at ie llll- I 1 1 o 1 1 I e . 1 1 ! : 1 , 1 1 ' I . 1 ill Mies: a .. 1 , . i . . , . I llol lo wool I b, I . , .-.-.I hims. ll ;,. , hai 'MRS. BECOMES ILL Humor PiosideiH of General F'l'tipra'i'ii; oi Women's Cltihs Taken !o Sanitarium in Set i- rms Goiiiiitii-;!. I llv Vi.riiltie .!. Sail l'r. !,. :-. I'lali li. k. i Colo Iti 1 . l. l. V as 1 ,ik.-1, I" 111:.!,- sis; i.- h. - a .- 0 -'I-1 he I. .1. t .. I 1. :. 1 ,1 s,., I d I rnu .1 " Ire ) .laii .'. i'ls. .-'a I. ill t 1.1 , r l'l.s',,1, 1,1 o' i tie 1, ..f Women's , bibs, a 1 1 .a r , 11 1 . 1 b , r, I " l b, -, , ,,,,,si:. ill .! Mis I 1, . !:. I s id 1 Hi. 111 hi s-a.li ol :, ... Mi- Chili, N. , , h 1! I . ..!... M , s bo I. r null , ! . d.l l s " s,. -,,,. ... i I" Wei. I. Ill .1 MlS : 1 .led l.i a w . .lea II I'll '. -. 1 I.if . 1. 1 . . Ho- si 111 : 1, ,1 this do, '. r called ..... .11s . 1 1 a t a ui soon M lo.. . I a ill I. of , I e... .,1 - . i- - r .11 Ho- .1 n 11 1 r -h- was I , k , n. it "as ' h -t She W .Is I'ctlllH' ' 1 alid t I, , I h T lllli. H . i. 'l d i r,L'.-r,.,is , .1 1 . ne: hi a. like dh .,..1 ,,f ., fil.,1 H,o illness, ;,t ,,,.i n.,1 .",r hours. Th.- irou- i a..- si 1 1 e Halt. Vou can iroul.b of this s,,jt is out :,ii, that ! why I t. I l a k 11 I o I h. s.i id I o I .. I 'I hi.- ; i ! . I I, ,! .. I l"t I '. . h 11 1 .'. ' j t ie 's m I I f ' IT FRISCO CLARK BLAMES BRVAH MisstHii iaa l'i aioi'e f'ij'.ht I hey Made hall to Nci u'c NiMimiatiiiii, 1 1 is i.e- idi-ntial n' NO FUNDS'TO AID CAMPAIGN CONTEST Speaker Says He is Mme at Hume in l ower House auc Refuses to Ai'cept Secotn Place on Ticket, Wlro.) lltv Mitrniiif Jniin.Hl mnrrtul WasllliiKli 11, .lull .:. Infeatcl alt er a hard battle, I . 1 1 -alislicd Willi the fortunes o War, Sp, ak,l Clal k returned p, the lapilal li'oin the con Vehllull eill lollinlll ;l 11,1 l,i.llle,l lo his oftic,. to tliuiider Ills i en ii ncia I loll of the Vice prcshh III 1 oel the tele phone as oil, -n as ll was suHKeslcd lo i 1 1 111. Tile speaker lliol, red back from I'.a 11 illiol c, Whele he spent the da I . II,. look ,li iiii, r with his I a in i I.v and laler issued a statement ,lc, b: i lie, his support to i ;,, et n.. Wlhon and oi, -lli his , oiilcmpl lor I he tal lies ,,l William .1 I US a n. w h he credits w ill, his defeat. The speaker so. ins the b ast allecU d ol his lamlly o ,-r Ihe liefeal. "Tins w as iiol .a m il as hi rd a l'h;hl as I bad l L.l my lil'Sl noml lialloll to eolieiess. ' lb" speaker. II,. had no , ouipla int to make ol the I i mil break, bid said llial lcl,,r co il.l have been his had llle I'll. I. I - Wood fol.es helped III II llle I , II I 1 hall..t and there., Iter. lie said Sena tor liallkhead lueiell precipitated the inevitable. lie se, I I I ,ll -l,'ll I hat llle s, la i ii was o , r. Ill 111, sa omphalic leims the speak er disclaimed alll desire to be lcej pi , -."hleiii. I le re I , i red to I he mum I na I ii. n ol 'I homas A, 11- lid l u ks for j lllllt oil I . e, .1 lid - a 1,1 il took I he i deiu, ,, ra ! ie ,a 1 I.v i, w ili I, I'll! ll I on liim I,, ac , pt it. Speaker Clark said It. would ,ln I I II 11 tt nil i'i a ll ' 1 1 c unisl a lies. I alll not mail," he said, "bill Ule lice presjtb lies do, S llol still llle. I am a loii'.b and tumble debater. I ant more ., home in ihe linus--. I would 1 1 1 ii, r be .1 member 1,1 that hod', than tad down in a r! In 1 in Willi ll I alll powellcss lo tialtlil- liaic" Inliianl ellorls was made hy Die ba. bis in I ia 1 1 i III. ,1'e o convince .Mr. 'l.l 1 k I hal he Should ac, e, I lie 1 I, , in , sub 11 1 11 1 inuii 1 uat ion and It was to ,:,a,e the tin port 11 nil 1,'H of Ins! fl buds 1 1 1 : 1 1 be relurn lo Washington.! Wold ie.,- o.iivi ye.l to him thai Mr. Hi'.viui ,b ; ir-'d to nominate hiui :ui,l thai Ho- nonillial ion would be made by a c, la ma 1 ,011. lo ail loul'lers .Mr lark Male ,li,. nun,. 1 1 ply and win 11 jmy s,;; THuMAS R. MAHbhALL Governor ot Indiana. t.lit.ll:ilt-,l for i. e I'l. -I.let.l of Ihe I lif.nal . .melt lion al It.illiiiMii-a. Marshall Famous as Reform Governor of Indiana .l M,r.,l.,K .1,.. , lit. I i-l,il I r,iHP,l A trp I lull , he I ..I: i,. I . .1 i. I .-. I 1 1 , -1 , . . I ' j li VI a i - I,., i I , 1 a, a ,,, I li.ll., li. i 1 " y . aii'l I. In, ,i lh II t. I , leia i ' I lii M.,1 I,., il. Ii.i- a: : ule, do, j I , I ...II.I, dill Ihi lb. la - t . a ' -, ... I - , a I . i a i I I'll I in . , 1 1 1 1 , 1 1 . I ! . n.l la 1 , 11, ! l-o, , i o.h i, ll -. bo- , i ,. t i. . I . h . I . . I . . . 1 th-- e, , i i. I a I pa I I .1 I loll , ii.i . Ilr boom a-, a n j did., I . I . a e ,. , II. - t I e-.ll II , d I I out a I lllllled a p., ,1 1 I .OH I he ll. Hl... LI' I el bis -.. i , . . 1 1 of Hi,- '! ., I - . and h Ml. .l I he el, . 1 1, ., Wloll Hie I e p 1 1 b I . a 1 1 I pa 'IV W ;,t d,l l.l. .1 in, I III. ' i .1 ' a n.l I OH -I loh M .i I . 11. i II was belli il, ollb Mai , b, - lei'. I l.dia ii.i. Ill 1 V.I. V I te- a I . ii.l I hi: lh, . i .ii : o. .ii - , I I... a-sis IIII'. Willi llle I a I III W ol k 'I Hie S.I II llllie, he l.llel allehd, d W.lb.l- I, col j I, i: .-. I rout w h i, h If- was i: l a I u.i ' . d . I le is now a I I'li-l.'r of I he . oil, K.. lie Is a he ml" I ,,t the I I.I li't.. I Kappa llaltlhlll. e! II 1,1, Il Ills :lall,M .. I..,- i -I. I ,,-a ,, e I. ,ll I, I - , pi.., it, a, Id I i a l . I ol io ,-,.. . rnor has I I U e! I , -I I -HIS Weill rs.im.l I llelillol, Ihioiiahoiit I! country. Probably his I I known ae( was he I e, otn tin u.la t ion ol i ha Hi:, 'S 111 llle slate const 1, 111 ion. Which by tliuiiv w.te , Maided as t radical CONG RATU LA T 1 0 M S SEWTTO WILSON BY CLARK am Randolph Hearst Says!:'1:',1"1: e Will Suppoit Nominee of aily and Fully Expects It Id Wi Hall inioi e, J til, L". - . 'hump 'lark late today Sent the follow- ( ' 111).; nossai;,' lo lioielliol Wilson: 'Just l,u, lint; for Washiniioii Con e t;i I ii a t e vou on votu bard earned i a Ion'. Will' do all J ca II I o ei, i , lot '( 'I I A M I ' CI. A li K " (llv Martdinc .1,,,, rl.nl Ai.pHhI I Wlrp.) llalMmoie, July -.- William Kan dolph lle.u-si. one of Ihe principal lu omoteis 01 Clark's i iindiiho y, I nmhi said . 1 will .s, port ,1,0 li.-k.-t and ! . the W ilson I'm, -os. 1 eminent, d on tin nomination of Wilson as follows: "ll would be , lllll, -till lo oletslal, my a 1 h u t ra 1 to 1 1 ,,f Ihe palrioii, per sea, -11. xx i ( I . which .io'.eiuor Wil son's III. lids meed hi.s Candida,! throtich Ihe inanv and arduous ses i ia,,s F Murphy it,.. ,.., 1 ,,, 1 ',ii,...,', 1 hail, nail ol ,11, said an able man lie will bale ioi.inoi Wilson is a urea 1 den 1, ., 1 a I . iihe loiat i .,f ,', iv V U,po of Ihe delllOClaeV lilt.-tl stales l III, I n io,rl Ic a- IRIGIBLE'iS mm up in II; 5 PERISH ii"iitli,l Cat.isliophe Occurs Oil Atlantw: City Dining Tiial I liehl oi the (liaiit Jalloon Akii'ii, MEMBERS OF CREW MEET INSTANT DEATH liousaiitls u People Along Shoii' Witness the Accident; Builder of Air Cr aft and Co Woikeis Aio Killed. ill. M.oiiiiitf .l.'iirniil jtf.'.il 1 ,VMi(l Vlr..) A i lanti, , 'ii v. N J.. July - In t w of ;l a,,,, s,,., laioi-s. the hie; ,ir haLlo ballon, Akron, w a s shut I ,-red by lb., explosion of Ihe t; a s buir at .1:43 this luni'iinn, a half nnhi off shore of Alsecon Inlet. M.-hin S'll llllllilll. who had built Ihe airship Willi 111,) idea ol fh mi: a, toss the Atlantic o, 'an; 'ali in Ynntmnn. his youuwer brotli.-r; l-i.-d F.liner. Walter (iucst and ileoii'e I lout 1 1 1 lion, hlsciew. w-er insianiii kdleil. No lei..' ,,f (heir bodi.s has been discovered. The dir igible was ...illim; al a h. illt of 1.0(10 feel and had been m the air since li : 1 5 o clock when the accident oeeurreil. The :.i al ship f.sa uiiarier of a inllo lh of I '.riK.inl 1 lie beach. Tip, luiiirt olitalii'lli: thousands of ell f hi:, w as l ent bv t lie ter- I'le e j 1 Soli, ,...'. (.1 v e , 'j eii !y expansion from Hi,- suns rays. II bura 11 ai- Hie mi, Idle. A mass of llamcs hid ihe ah p from view. For perhaps ten seconds Ihe half million dollar ihricible was invisible, Whib) Hie air a bold I he spot where she llllll be. 11 liol, rut:.: seclucd lo be all flames. i !'.' ' " ' I 1 '"' 1 I I'si ppea red and Ule ship, 111 lined aealnst the sum 'sc. was seen to f ill like a plummet. First llle tlll ,! e r-t 1 th 1 1 1 re of i til" 111 which wero penned Hi,- 11 nfort 11 na I 11011 held in i. a mesh work put on ali.-r the sec- loud Hip of the balloon throe weeks ai;o unable lo er'ellpe. broke IIW.'IV li'oin ihe cliiclopc. It ti, ended, the bow lurnini; first in n slow arc, then it t.'i. i ..I suddenly ;ind plum-md I dow 11 11 a 1 ,1. I'll-, , llv above, iwlstirur hi a lorn: .-: 1 , 1 1 j 1 1 , was the hue, a stunk- ' " , ti. itttes si Inn: out hmii a dozen ,,,1! !1M ,, .,.,,. fhiHere.l , momeiil 1111,1 then s( iva lied down alt. l Ihe ear III the descent, some- I hlli", w hi pp eared to be I he holly of a mall. hot olil lo I he left of Hit. w r, ,'k.u:c. b, 1 o, ul teach for the pres- 1 .' I of the il.-s. i tilling mass. tt WHS . poil. il thai this was llle headless hod i of Call in a 11 Iiiiii n. At s ;;a a, tie. a tnessaee was ri' lai.il a slmre li.an r.-seiiet Hlal this l.l.lll' It 1,1 b. ell 1 eeol I e,, Willi lt eallie Hie ; lab lit ft om I 'apt. lill 1 .11... I.. !'l I'al'k r ol Hie Absecoll fi.ll iti'l bf, ki im: ' 1 "V. , I hal t his was nil.- and thai ll llu r four members ..I the , lei w 1 e elila m: led In Ule "i..kai: , I. 1011,1 reach fir the pres- . III. ih it It I eeU t "!' Water. lie f ii III ll 1 I he .sc. o, I I hal I h, 1 ship had I a k . 11 this lour. Va ni 111 lo.-k lb.. 1, 1 , 111 oul for a short I I 1 1 : 1 1 1 oh -' ,,!!!'.!;, I' lllorhit,, Juno 1. ll that urn.- Ho- ball 1 was nearly at. , l .d 1,1 ,,-,!... of Hi.- mechanism oihi nr.. in;, but il was Ian. hal wilh- 01 1 ; . I lo'js ,1 1 i: ha Jl The loia-.e-.l fliclil Ihe 1. alio, ,11 made l IS last fa 11, w hell il spoilt I he tfl'.ll- r bail "f th-. ,1 it In Ule ait- in the 1,' ' ol' this , ly. I I! :-. ti. 1 a I a ). .e,i ra lice the A kron l - hot Ut'lllle I'le 1 I! , ,'l'U .1. ill W ll i C ll j Wall, r Wi lima n i ml Va nim.tr. at- ' 1 .' o ' . 1 . . 1 t 1 ' ' I . s the 1 I la III le ocean ill I ' ii " t . I a I ... l.i : t liter." w .-re 111:. Iiy ff- l.l... ' in I he const ruel lol) Tin, :' is I, , . w as llill'U I ei I lollL'er Hull! t ha t "I Ihe m , -1 h.t. but was smaller Ueili ll t. . I.etU'th of .iMi'l.'l.'t . 1 7 feel The . of a .-ompos-ilioll oi ls , oh a , ci t,.,j in I thio. i ; Hi, nil', similar in .1 III. Ilea's but lonucT. , i I. ai... l h,. bottom of .a. ; i ..... d of u round . , . . i in li ia meter and boo-.. I h I ins lank w as -.iiii". The car was Im- -i ,s !..,; . s'l- cl 1 lli ol, -ll ia 1 -11 . tup of a i I ."...tin . f I 'AO-Ill, ll I-' .1 llle : ll, , I, ,1 to ..1 i'."lll t , :,k I .! aha 1. , lo I , of oil; hi ll ' . .'ii hoi sc- I ,1 i llanio. motor was . rl ical pro o 1 . la;,, iioi f i.n, n 1,1, In . , s could ho ; to t he i ,-r-is,. or lower m. :-! .-tint . . il'!.' hshl- I..I , I'll , : - ',, " " h "I - - .. w . r I I ' 1 . 1 1 : .1 let 1 ' ' t tosh p. , a . i t. . I ne w ire-S-'ome of Hie sill. plies of , , a I- . . stored on this plat -, forw aid i ml of t he plat Hie si,-, i . n - w In els and ..hitclhm. Hie rudder and pi:-!.. - f-re and aft. I im; ac, omnioda t ions for ons, sl.d of hammocks. I'lil lh-: He si,.-. U 'W l atrtiii iii in the me as a sho, k t nr. The disaster Ihe 1 ph- of At lanta- .'ill. who had come to knoW latum hi well. Km a week the air man had Lvsti pUiiiuui; lo make an.