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2 ........ THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, MONDAY, JUNE 2tt, ivzu. !
I TEXAS TO CAST I FORTY VOTES f National Committeeman Love l Assures Friends State Will Stand For Favorite I DEMAND FOR MoADOO f CON ST A NTIYJN CREASING j I Uhinstructed Delegates Arriv Mk ing in City Express Strong V' Sentiment For Mac H SAX Jf'ItANClSCO. June l"7'T!,'Ji Iriond. of AVilliam C3. McAdoo ha e received what thoy characterize as as smmce Uiat. if nominated, Mi. -Mc-i Adoo will accept. I H The definite statement that J r., McAdoo .would accept was made b. , H ; Thomas Love, national committeeman j from Texas. ., " 'I say with assurance that. i nomi- nDUod. he will accept," Mr. Love do- f olared in a formal statement. HH-- While Mr. Love declined to elabo- HWi 1 rat, McAdoo supporter? were unan- imouj in declaim that the announce. i 1 1 ment might be talc an as authentic. Mi. HHf ' Love, who 5 one of Mr. McAdoo's close ( HHT nersonal friends, was an assistant soc-, H ' rotary of the treasury under him, and( HHP durinjr the last year has been very, Hi active In creating McAdoo aentnnciu. Hb ' Mr Love's statement follows: HHf "The question is frequently asked i Aether. In viow of Mr. McAdoo s sin -! .Sre desire that his name not be prc- H, i sented to the convention, he would HHS' i accept the nomination if made. 1 j I ,-,ay with assurance thai, if noml- H! I uated. he will accept, l 'The constantly increasing , demand Hf for Mr McAdoo's nomination anions HHi arriving uninstructed delegates con- Hpt vlnces we that he will be nominated. ' Texas will cast Xorty votes , for him H; from, the beginning until he is nonn- n&ted." Hj . Xorth Dakota for McAdoo. 1 SAX PJIANCISCO, June 2 (.-North I Dakota delegates, lopresontms one ot B the first states in the union to estao- Hi liJih prohibition, set iit rest today rc- ports that they intended to support "wet" proposals. R. B. Murphy was HH elected to the convention resolutions P committee on the understanding that M4 ho would favor elimination ot thc- Hh3 -whole subject from present conaidera- ff tion. though individual members of HNj the delegation personally were inclined Hnl to alleviation of prcsonl federal pro- vi hlbitory statutes. Charles Simon was 1 named member of the credentials 1 committee. indications were that HI Mcdoo would secure the bulk of the Hl state's ten ballots on opening votes. 1 The caucus of the Oreson delejra- 1 tion brought forth a declaration by "Will ii. lJurdy of Salem, one ot the state's "big four," that he would vote for Mr. McAdoo solely because he had been so instructed, but that such a I vote would be against his will. He 1 i also declared that if he could do so j he would place in nomination Senator i George E. Chamberlain. ' Judge Thomas H. Crawford was 1 chosen for the resolutions committee. I Judge Crawford said he would be un- 1 National Committeeman Morrow I told the delegation he had received I i first hand assurances that Mr. McAdoo f would accept the nomination if it was' J etndered him, and that his action in' i saying he would not take it was "good : , politics," as it would remove the i "crown prince" characterization If the( convention should select him. Former Governor W. A. McCorkle was elected . to membership on the resolutions committee by tnc West Virginia delegates. j Word that Mr. Love was annouiic- ing Mr. McAdoo would accept the nomination spread rapidly and dls- lpaced all other topics. X lot of new life was injected into th McAdoo boom, and delegates who had once declared for him, but later expressed other affiliations in view of his declination to run, declared there would be a return of strength. I ILLINOIS DELEGATION. SAN FRANCISCO. June 27. The Illinois delegation at the Democratic convention today rejected a resolution favoring omitting all reference to pro hibition in the parly's platform, and accepted, 3 6 to 21, an affirmative declaration for 'modification of the Volstead act to permit use ot light wines and beer." One delegate was AbsenU The fight for the "no wet issue' forces was led by Congressman Pith ! ian and haxi stromg backing from delo- ' gates outside of Chicago. Cook coun- ly's delegates stood solidly, lor art out- 1 I right statement against bone dry. uu LEBANON, OREGON. .MAY BE SCENE OF NEW OIL SJ'UTKE i (By International News Service.) J LEWAXON, Ore. Machinery to pre- vent water mixing with oil is being 1 rti9hed here for installation following ' the recent announcement that there ! j ai'p strong Indications that oil has been struck at Lacomb, near here. All operations at the well have been su spended while the machinery Is being Installed. The machinery ia being se i cured from Bakerjfield, Cal. The Li no mb report says that jsand atrata bearing traces of oil had been reached at an encouragingly ihort distance I from the surface. I WHY NOT INQUIRE ! OF A OUIJA BOARD? I G-AKANNA, O. Are spooks throw- I Ing bricks at George Daker'3 houso? ( Por several weeks bombardments of brick-bats have kept the Baker fam ily awake o' nights. Deputy sheriffr, have encircled the house and failed to stop the siege. Thero are no bricks nearby and so some folks here say it's the work of ghosts. I TOASTIES , are the best eating I know of j ' Superior t&Sjk H cornflakes fTfl that make p you want jljfj REAL FIGHT TO I Friends Have No Doubt of Out come While Opposition Lines Up For Struggle WALSH SUPPORTERS WORK UNDER COVER Wets and Drys Put On Extra, Steam and Irish Independ ence Advocate Pow-wow j i SAX FRANCISCO. June 27. The; fight against Senator Glass of Vir- glnia, the administration's choice tor chairman of the reaolutionn commit tee, remained an indefinite quantity tonight, but was attracting Increasing .ttentIon in conventio gossip. Administration leaders declared lhatj 1 there was no doubt as to the outcome, 1 and some even asserted that the move I ment agaiim Senator Glass would' collapse beforo the committee met to- morrow. Those active in the opposi tion were less positive, but declared it; was a real fight. ; Walsh to Oihh: Glass. I Spnator V. alsh ot Montana, who re-j Ijccted President Wilson's advice audi voted last March for ratification ot! I the peace trenty with the Republican' i reservations, wan the candidate urgod( I against the Virginian. A group of west-, I crn delegates seemed to form the 'backbone of the Walsh movomem.: I but those in charge of it conccdedly ; were making their fight under cover! and said they did not care to tip their , hnnd by revealing who had promised support. I William J. Rryan expected to be the; center of platform disputes in the committee, sold he had no candidate, for the chairmanship. Ho previously has advocated Senator Walsh's scloc-1 tion as permanent chairman of the convention,, however, and th,e general' prediction was that if a roll call woro taken In the commitoc, he would line I up against Glass. I The movement to make the Montana' senator permanent chairman appar-, i ently had been abandoned, though in was" said some eastern states which might have supported him for that place probably would not be for him i'to.- resolutions" chairman. I Advocates of Sonuiur Walah's can I didacy to head the committee insisted j that the fight was not essentially an I anti-administration one. and that his j selection would not necessarily mean l overturning the administration pro J gram of declaring for the peace treaty I without destructive reservations. They j declared they wcro conducting their i whole campaign on the basis of the I personal qualifications of the two men. ! Wets and Drys Put on Steam. So far as platform Issues were con cerned, there was no evidence of a change in the situation during the day except that both wets and drys put on extra steam, and the advocates or an Irish independence plank held fur ; they pow-wowr, in an effort to get to 1 gather on a program. The group op ! posing the administration treaty plank : also continued work on various sug ! gested substitutes, but apparently reached no very definite conclusions. oo GQ Vlo or leader I SAN FRAKCISCO, June 27. Baln i bridge Colby, secretary of state, has ' been selected flor leader for the ad ! ministration forces at the" Democratic j convention. He sits as a delegate from : the District of Columbia, and comes as one of President Wilson's apokes I men. Mr. Colby conferred with the president Just before starting for San ! Francisco. I Chairman Cummlngs of the Demo I cratic national committee, it was an I nounce'd tonight, will take personal chargo of the administration program of electing Senator Glass of Virginia I chairman of the resolutions commit j tee. The administration forces, In sc i lectlng Mr. Cummings to take charge ! of their interests, declared they re j garded the movement to elect Senatoi Walsh of Montana, chairman of antl administration one. although they die 'not consider Senator Walsh an anti I administration man. I oo I BOY PREDICTED HIS ' DEATH TO H.TS MOTHER I (Cy international News Service.) i ST. JOSFPH, Mo. Frederick Henn, eleven-year-old schoolboy, told his mother" he was 4 going to die" the .other day and made his word good. "I'll be a corpse soon," young Henn told his mother upon bis return from school. A few minutes later he was i seized with convulsions and death soon followed. There was no evidence that the boy itook poison, but tho viscera was sent to Kansas City for oxamlnation. nn ' MELBA SINGS TO , WHOLE WORLD AT ONCE CHELMSFORD, Eng. Mme. Mel ba sang for all the world at one time '.here. She sang, into a wireless tele phone transmitter at the great Mar coni station here and the rippling notes were carried on the ether to Berlin, Warsaw, Arlington, U. S. A., Christiana, The Hague and in PariB a phonograph record was made at the receiving stations. , Si Ten Generals, Over Fifty Other Officers and Some Civilians State Position HAVE MET INTRIGUE AND TREACHERY Claim Obregon and Huerta Emissaries Attempted As sassination of Villistas WASHINGTON. June 27. (By the Associated Press.) Declaring for the restoration of the constitution of 1857 and describing Francisco Villa as thts onlv leader who disinterestedly and patriotically combat? and will continue to combat for the welfare of the peo ple and for re-establishment of con stitutional order. Ion generals, includ ing Villa's chief of staff, more than fitly other officers and a nnmbor ot i civilians have issued a manifesto to! tho Mexican people, announcing their J position in the Mexican situation. j The manifesto, a copy of which reached Washington today, was issued at Hncinndn Sa la tees. Chihuahua. It states . that "the Agua J'ricla plan,, which Is to be the standard of tho new I liberal constitutional revolution, like; that of Guadalupe, will be a sorco of discord, which will bring serious evil to the country." YJIISstas Meet Treachery. i The manifesto declares tho Villistas endeavored to join pie Sonora revolt at its incertlon, hoping that it shared the same ideals and principles as their own, but It statos, "unfortunately our good faith, honestry and patriotism have been 'mot with intrigues, disloyal ty and treachery, and the most abso lute dbcregard for the justice that is ! ours." Tho Obregonisla, the manifesto con tinues demanded that 'the signers of ' the manifesto abandon their chier, i General Villa, and retire to private lite or serve in the army under an Ob i regoiiift chieftain, and that General L Villa retire to private life and confine I himself to the .state of Sonora until after the electiona. when he could live I anywhere in the. republic as a private citizens. Planned Wholesale Assassination. This is the first information reach- ing Washington as to the terms pro I posed by the new regime in its effort ' to secure retirement of Villa, The I manifesto charges that the emissaries of Obregon and de la Huerta attempt I e'd wholesale assassination after gct ' ting the Villlsta generals Into confer j ence, with a view of ending the Vil ' llsta movement. i Chamber of Deputies Twice ! Suspended During Discus : sion Over Ancona SITUATION REPORTED AS GROWING ACUTE .General Strike Follows Mutiny of Eleventh Regiment and i Orders to Leave ROME. June 27. The chamber of deputies yak twice suspended Saturday during discussion of the Ancona situa 1 1 lion and the government's policy to 1 ward Albania. Slgnor Bonomi, mini3- tor of war, assured the house that th. jmuttnv of the Bersaglioro at Ancona 'had terminated and that the officors !!had resumed command of the troops, ''He added that certain anarchist ele ' ments had taken advantage of the slt ".uation to perform acts of violence. I oo MONEY WAS WELL HIDDEN DISCOVERED! LONDON The next time T. Ra- zutsky wants to hide his money he'll 'swallow it and then be afraid they'll '.use a stomach pump to take it from 'him. Tlazutsky is a Pole and was on Ihia way from America to Dantzig I when taken ill and removed to an infirmary here. He only had a few shillinga in English money but the nurses found $220 in gold pieces in his clothing and thentput X-rays to I his boots nnd discovered $990 more In American gold. BATH ROOM CHAT MAY AFFECT SUIT SPOKANE What Pearl heard in the bath room my change the com plexion of Mrs. Margaret Wester field's breach of promise suit of $25. 000 against N. P. Nelson- Pearl Naf tus said in court she heard Mrs. Westcrfleld in the room next to her bath room, talking about Nelson and that she said ho was an "old, gray headed, blankety blank-blank." Issues? Not Men, to Be Fought for in the Convention:) i i SAN FRANCISCO, June 21. Issucu, rather than men, furnish the battle ground for tho Democratic natlonul convention. I Candidates cannot be considered until prohibition, the league .of nations and the Irish question have been fought out on tho floor. I Contests over theso plank3 In the parly platform seem inevitable and the convention is all set for a stormy time. The big fight Is over William J." Bryan's determination to have a "plal-i form no wet can run." On this the' administration, or Wll3on, forces ap-. pear so far to be pursuing a hands-off policy. As yet no one knows what to e-vpect from tho White House. Administration Forces Joined Up. j on tnc league of nations lsaue the administration forces are lined up forj a plank modeled after the Virginia j platform, whicn declares for a coven-, ant "witnout destructive reservations,": Mr. Bran and his associates want a' declaration for tho leaguo with reser vations to "'safeguard every Interest." The lines of the fight over the Irish question are not so clearly defined. While tho question of issues is boil ing, llttlo chango is apparent in t!u line-up of strengtn of tne vaiious can- uiaaies. uox anu aimer aiu expect ed to go in for a test of tstrenctn on j the fiitot ballots, milch after the nian-J ner of Wood and Lowaen ot the J to - j publican convention. In the l,ick-; ground, waiting to appear .it what tbey eun&icier tne psycnoiuglcal moment, the tnw invisiole and intangible, fjut rovmldabie torces wonting for ft:c-j I Adoo. . Cox Hoping to lilitnJnalc Palmer. i The cjo. people proiess to have ! enough strcngtn to eliminate Palmer on tr.c preliminary ballots, and then plan to pit their candidate against thoj j iicld, which includes McAdoo. The Palmer forces, pointing to the anil-saloon forces' declaration of war ' on Cox, and Bryan's expressed views on tho same subject, predicted that anv acessions to unoiner candidate , would not be made from their strength. .Meanwhile both tho Cox and Palmer ' managers are borrowing delegates , from the flold to make a showing on 1 tho opening ballots. In line with tneir policy of forcing tho nomination to ; call tneir candidate, the -McAdoo peo ! pie arn laying back, but are very busy j among the undercurrents, corraling ( delegates for the moment when they J expect it will be mado clear that j neither Cox nor Palmer can be nomi nated. Thoy believe they have suc . ceedod in prevailing upon thoso who ' want to place Mr. McAdoo In format nomination forogo such action and lei hJm be presented as a candidate when 1 Alabama casts her first ballot for him. I If tho Cox and Palmer forces can! M FRANCISCO EiEBTSIl 18 Tl LIMIT. j j SAN FRANCISCO, June 27. Sanj Francisco is entertaining the visitors in every conceivable way. The city! feels that it may have the honor ot I having a president chosen within Its' 'gates, and is making the most of the' 1 . ! opportunity. J Tomorrow the deJegatcs have their ! fir3t meeting and get their first Iook I at the inside of the groat convention hall in the civic center. It is one ot ' the permanent buildings which will I be recalled by visitors to the cxposi-' tion. The wide floor of the main as-; 'sembly room ha-a been filled with rows I of chairs for delegates and alternates. land in the gallery thousands of seats; 1 have been placed. The great pipe or l gan which, with a brass band, will; provide music during dull moments, : , stands behind tho platform v'here tho. .: speakers and notables will be seated.) , .blectrlc amplifying devices to carry' the voices of the speakers to tho far i! these corners of tho hall have been! I installed. !' For light, ventilation and general j comfort the auditorium is probably j in most satisfactory place in which a' national convention ever assembled.' Miles of special telephone and tele-i graph wlre3 have been strung into the' section set apart for tho newspaper correspondents, leading directly up tho base of the speakers' platform, and : when Chairman Cummlngs brings down his gavel tomorrow, the fact wil be known almo3t instantly all over the country. oo ; SEEN TWO TROUSER I LEGS WALKIN' 'ROUND ' SEATTLE The police are looking ' for A. Zolla's trousers' legs. Zolla j left the legs on the end of the pants j over the end of his bed. In the dead of night somebody filched 'oin. There was ?15-i tucked under the tucks of the right hand foot, of the trousers. i uu , i KXPICNSIVE TO BE WELdi DRESSED MAN IN LONDON I (By International Newe Service.) j LONDON The Daily Graphic gives the London costs of being a well-: dressed man as follows: Loungo suit, ?100; overcoat, $90;, boots, ?30; linen collars, $1 each; silk socks, 55 a pair; bowler hat, ?25; soft l hat, $12; cap, ?6. ' . 1 l have their way thoy will prevent Mc-l Adoo from occupying a strategic posi tion in tho rear. They contend that; the eloments for hi'.n make of hi& causfi a candidacy which the conven-, tion must consider at tho outset. The; Cox forces ' in particular are deter-; mined that AlcAdoo shall not be tho Harding of this convention. Some Opposing Glnss. Although the administration forces claim complete control of the conven-' tion, this is challenged partly by men who disclaim any anll-iulmlnlotratlon attitude. There was decided evidence today of an attempt to displace tho administration selection of Senator Glass of Virginia as chairman of the resolutions committee. Those who op pose him were claiming as high as z i votes for yenator Wnlsn of Aiontana, who has the backing of Bryan. Robhwjn Kleveiitli Hour Choice. Senator Kobmson ot Arkanoaa has' become tho eleventh hour choice for! permanent chairman. Chalrninn Cum-' mlngs announced today that Ham bridge Colby, secretary of state, would stop aside in tavor ot Senatoi Robin son. Senator Robinson has been a stead fast friends of the administration and its policies." said Chairman Cum mings, anu mo ueiuyaita inuuuiy lu the administration will co-operato to1 bring about his election." out of all the preliminary skirmish-, ing stands the tact that Bryan again Is tho ulorm center. Tne prospect of being in a minority disconcei is him not a bit; in fact, tne men who have watched his methoos for years say he rather enjoys that position because it places him on the battle line with an opportunity to lead a crusade Into tiiu convention tor a cause which he is best qualified to ropresont. When his prohibition plank becamo known todny it was promptly dubbed the -Mojave desert plank," bocause It was todry. Opposed to that view, and with their fighting clothos on, aro administration men wno want to see the prohibition enforcement law liberally interpreted. While the convention, with lis great bulk of uninstructed delegates and talk of deadlock, between tho leaders, with need of a dark horso to break It, bears a marked resemblance to the Republican convention In many other respects, It Is markedly dissimilar. It is moiv "old timey." It savors of marching clubs and brass band sere nades, with less of the button-sticking and budgo-pinnlng work in which the woman workers were a large element nt the Republican convention. It does, however, carry with it the same great nrmy of delegates and camp follow ers, "who mill ceaselessly about thq streets and hotel lobbies searching for crumbs of Information of what Is real ly going on and getting very little. WW MORE PRACTICAL IS , TIIU POLITICS SAN FRANCISCO, June 27. More practical politics is the determination of the three hundred or moro women who tomorrow will enter actively Into the work of the Democratic national convention. From every camp today came the declaration that in tno past women possibly have catered too much to the social side of conventions. If they aro to impress men as con structive political workers, it was de clared, they must work as men do, day and night if necessary. Hence tho work programs of all forces are at. full as the hotel registers and the so- i cial engagement books are almost as blank a3 the wino lists. I Abby Scott Bakor's Plank. Mrs. Baker said today mat tne xsa-: tional Woman's party was concerned chiefly with having Tennessee ratif I the suffrage amendment, and that any! mention of suffrage In the platform1 was regarded as incidental. She has' prepared this plank; "The Democratic party Indorses the! proposed amendment to the United) States constitution enfranchising! women, and calls upon all the Demo-; cratic governors of states which have, not ratified the amendment, lmmedi-J ately to convene their legislatures so that they may act upon tho amend-1 ment; and urges all Democratic mem bers of such legislatures immediately to ote for the amendment to the end that the ratification may be speedily consummated and that - women may share in the 192$ elections. Our party is pressing for a special session of the Tennessee legislature in time for women to vote In the Tonnes- see primary of August 5," Mrs. Baker said today. "Fight other states hold congres sional primaries during July and August." "OO I I BLAME YOUTHFUL , "BANDITS" FOR THEFT SAN DIEGO Two schoolboys who J "learned the trade" from King Brady j and Jesse James, are held to be re sponsible for the theft of a small safe , containing several hundred dollars1 ' worth of jewels from Mrs. Frank Wolser here. The lads are said to have tried to open the safe and fail J ing, to have loaded it into a toy wagon and hauled it away. Police i searching. ' I Time Means oncy---Bicyclcs j I Save Time j H I It is economy to own a bicycle. Go when ana where you wish, ( and it doesn't eat anything. jH You can't get along without a bicycle. J i GET A GOOD ONE j I Call and see our display of Iver-Johnsons, World's and Prince- i I ton's. They are beautios. 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You'vo tried the expensive HI poisons, cannot bo oxpoctcd to yield medicines and doctors, now mnko tho HI i to ar.y medjclno that fails to correct real teat. You'll get resulta this time. HI tho condition responsible for It, Could Nature's Remedy (JR Tablets) Is HI I any reasonable person expect to rid sold, guaranteed and recommended b7 HI himself of rheumatic pain as long as your druggist. HH iwiM. COILS 001 fiTPIL VALLEY ' PHILADELPHIA. June 27. The i Larsen airplane, which left Omaha 'this morning on a non-stop flight to I New York, came down at the Pine Val j ley air field, fiftoen miles from this J citv, shortly after 3 o'clock tonight. ROBBERS PICKING I I TTEAVY WEIGHTS TERRE HAUTE Fred H. Beckel. farmer, is minus a 500 pound calf jjust up and disappeared and ho be lieves robbers with an auto carted it i away. I oo ! l NEW YORK Frog hunters have Ibeen warned that the closed season for frogs has been extended to inolude Juno. . CASTORSA For Infants and Children IUse For Over 30 Years Always bears rP , ""Tf Signature of IZK Relief W 6 3ell-ans ZPrm Sure Relief PI IE LLfAESS lbs5 FOR IWOIGESTJOJV Many School Children are Sickly Mothers who value their own comfort and the welfare of their children, f hould never be with out ados of Mother Gray'a Sweet Powder for Children, for uso throughout the eeason. The Hruk up Cold. Rclleye Feveriihne?, Conftlpft tlon, Teething Disorder, Headache and Stomach Troubles. I 'td by mothers for oxer 30 jrcart. TIircSE POVTDERS GIVK SATTSFACTION. I AllDrug Storci. Don't acupt any tubililute. SAULBURY COMES I OUT PGR IBS1LL - I SAN FRANCISCO. June 27. For- Hi mer Senator Saulebury of Delaware hII came out for Vice President Marshall fll today as the most available man for 'HI the presidential nomination. Ho pro- HHI dieted a deadlock for McAdoo. Cox HI and Palmer. HHH INCREASED CAR SERVICE l TO HOT SPRINGS DAILY AS FOLLOWS U LEAVE LEAVE fH OGDEN SPRINGS ' 12:30 P. M 12:05 P. 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