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vacation days— —when vacation days are planned, and cool summer evening* come—we suggest these records and the VICTROLA IV. for jour enjoyment: Hiawatha's Melody of Love—Medley Wait* »t»o--iMn. K'cautiful Hawaiian Love i»r»oaii.ii Prince's Orchestra Venetian Moon. T Sterling Trio! mn win Jaza Babies' Ball Peerless Quartet! Price Me Oriental Stars—One-step Bound in Morocco—Fox-trot 't-ln-» »°i^ Prince's Orchestra Waves of the Morn Waltz . Khaki Boys March—Bell Solo prieatl— Gypsy Orchestra i Fond Recollections (Popper, Op. 61, No. ««*<m i<wn. • 1) (violincello) Kindler PHotli— Forsaken (Koschat-Wintermitz) ««•'.■» - iom. Frit* Kreisler PriwM— ————— * l! in. Love Me or Not (Seechi) Caruso n i 0 Call Me Thine Own (Romance from •<>■>.: • m "L'Eclair") (Halevy). . Mattel Garrison. ''« • »'• • Gentle Annie Merle Alcock ! «m«» iou>. Tis All That I Can Say Merle Alcock i »' Apple Blossoms—Medley One-step Smith's Orchestra 'u«4»—loin. Carolina Sunshino —Waltz Prion mo Smith's Orchestra Chinsr-a-Linjc's Jazz Bazaar Medley Fox-trot Smith's Orchestra Irene—Fox-trot Smith's Orchestra Bom of Washington Square .Burr i«m. Tired of Me .Louis James Pricoii— VICTROLA VACATION* OUTFIT TKRM.H AS LOW AS CKKIHT Bb. t ~* fc -. *—»^e^^ssggg| VICTROLA —cMntt 7S Inchaa hl#h II Ivhn . ' ' . wtda. I4H Inehra daap. nlekal plat ad . arrnrwl bom; brnka and ipa«4 r**tatar. Uiiuuoaa »xartly ** pictured complata with OR 10 aalaetlorYa on I dnubla-facad tic record®— prlcad at 929.55. •*IC7M'2SSBSKL M WBjlffiV M MAYOR BACK AT CITY HALL DESK Must Decide on Tindall Bill Mayor Hugh M Caldwell returned from Portland, where ha attended the Shrine convention, early Friday morning Tha mayor l«fft for the Roae City laat Sunday by airplane, narrowly escaping death on landing One of the first measures that will be placed before the mayor ia tha Tindall ordinance for the collection •ml sale of reataurant garbage. The bill was held over for tha considera tion of the mayor at the request of eating houae proprietor*, who pro tested tha passage of the ordinance. If signed by the mayor, the bill Will become effective within 14 days Foreign <apit.il ln*«l«i In <>er tnuny since the peace treaty was signed la estimated at 50,100,000 of which nearly one-half is American. SPECIAL Men s Suits Geaned & Pressed $l2! Cleno Dye Works 12th and E. Cherry PHONE J €\ EAST^J GOMPERS TELLS LABOR'S PUNS Says Demands Will Be Placed Before Demos VANCOUVER. B. C, June is "We opposed the republican platform for the simple reason that the known wlahes and reasonable request* of la bor are practically Ignored by It." said Hamuel Oomper* president of the American Federation of laibor. on his arrival here today. Oompers has emerged triumphant ly from the Montreal oonventlon of labor and Is now on hla way to Ifen Francisco for the week of the demo cratic convention. He was exceed ingly cautious today In discussing la bor's political plans, but one thing he was very positive about was that "labor'a cause la non e«t as far as the republicans are concerned." He said "At the democratic convention at Kin Km the demands of lalmr will be identical with those put be fore the republican convention What candidates or what party will gain the supporto f labor I am now 'un able to say." Hraiil and Argentina will buy 100,000,000 apples from the I Jolted Htates this year, and will take 50. 000,000 more If they can be shipped in cold storage. FOR WOMEN ONLY "The Psychology of Sex" Hp« ijJ lincturc lincolo ™ E A* A merlca'a Mont h'amnut I'iiJl:holoui*t ij| SI'NDAV AFTKKNOON JI NK 27. AT 3 P. M. A dynamic mi-mxif of vital sic nifli iinn- to every woman. Only thou? over 1* will be admitted. MAHONK I I Mi 1,1 Ccrwr I'in* and Harvard ADMIMNION *lOO DEMOS AWAIT BAnLE CALL Bryan's Presence Stirs Up Opposition Camp BY KD I- KKKN SAN KKANCIHCO, Juna J»— Krom now on I her* will be mora new* and leaa dope Thla ought to he a* much of a relief to the reading public »« to tha urmy of acrlbe* gathered hire for the MnomUc na tlonul con\enUon, many of whom, b«ln« chart of facta, have fait mm polled to rcwort to mere langu.iga to Juiitlfy their anlarlea and M|xUt account* llryan's coming aJona change* tha whole atmoaphere. Never wa* tha approach of a raal new* maker more welcome. And. Judging not only from the Commoner'* paat perform anca* in elmllar ttwUnwi. aa well aa from advance noticea «pre*d abroad from way attttlona while ha waa en route, but atao from the very mam' feat feeling of perturbation anion* tha ndmlnlatrailon leadrra, who hitherto hava been dominating tha altuation her*, ha la going to fulfill expo* intlona VIC I'. rKKHinKNTIAI. CANItIDATKM AKltnr. Of courae. tha arrival of the other drtagatm. which la now on In full awing, help*, too A!» we have with ua today aii preatdentlal candidate* of varying degreea of avowedtien* and loquacity, namely. Vice l*re*ldent Thomaa It Mar»h*U. Kanator I toiler t 1. Uwin. Manalwr Carter Olaae Judge Janiea W I lerard. Oov Alfred K. Smith. of Naw York, and liomar H Cummlnga Still other* are on tha way. and thoae who will be abaant are ateadtly reinforcing their armlaa of occupation Attorney General A. Mitchell Palmer la on the aania train with Itryan. Today * meeting of tha national committee a lan help* to lift the pre convention newa altuation fmui tha plane of (peculation, rumor and for«- wt to |hat of actuality. Ditto tha arrival of vartou* earn eat outaida folk aeeklng to aJkal*t the party In the construction of a platform According to Itleat Information, ItryaA baa already achieved hla flrtt prrx-onvantiun victory Id tha decision of tha Nabraaka <lelegatlon, after much argument, to lot him be It* re pi i—ntaiv# on tha raaolutiooa com mlltf*, alLho nearly all Ita member* are i-ppnaed to hla laagua of nation* policy, and they ara evenly divided on tha wet or dry laau*. MILK PARLEY IS NOW UNDER WAY Dealers Balk at Producers' Demands win lh« lar(*«J fluid ba worth nwr> lurin# tha month* of July. Au*u*t »n>l Haptambar tfaan II la for Ihe rrmi 'it tha yaar? n«*ttla milk daatani and K!n« •nunVjr milk producwra m»t In a <x>n f«r-nca PYlday to dar,da tl*a quMUnn »*ro«ucar* ara aakftlf far an avar *«r» lnir«*a« of SO carta a hundred i»BJ< for milk duripir tha iumai«r mfWft*. oaalng *.ti»lr <Jaftvanda on In rraaaa of production bacauaa of abort i»%atura and hl*h ro«t of rrain fa»<l , If their datnanda ar* mat bjr tha dl* trlbutora. conaumara will ba for rod Ito pay from I to 1 cant* additional for thatr milk. Haaltla daajare. whlla na*o«UtlnK wtth y>» producara. ara in favor of »Wdtr>«; by an »*raam»nt raachad laat April to tha Axing of prl<-*a to I tha city health department In thla 1 «-** a tha wholaaal* prlca of milk j would ba baaed upon general market condition*. tha condenoary prlca lh«- 'butter fat prlca. tha chaeaa markrt | .nid tha ooat of production. Bureau of Missing Relatives Mn Stella Nightingale, Coal Val ley. Illinois, rvquasted viator Cald ,»Hi Vriiliy to assist her I looming her father, It ft llartsl, who Is thought to ba In this part of the country. AUfn Durham. 71 Veranda St.. I'or'fend. "re . la anxious to aerura Information concerning Kurrutt Mar lon Durham, believed to bu In He attla. Mrs. Benedict Hu Message to Women Kl»|e Lincoln well known l»«ychol«»KlHt. will Rive her lecture on "The l'*y« hoiofcy of s#*x." for woiwn only, .it Miiftonlc twnplo. HuncLty. at 1 p m. "Only *om#n will be n<y mlti«<l," Miid Mr* Benedict, "beoftune thia vital m#**«uce, to he helpful find enlightening, intuit be handled with out glow*.** Invite Shriners to Leshi Dance Visiting Shriners and their wives are Invited to oticnd the Mlnnc w&tha dancing club's party Friday at # p. m. at l/'w hi pavilion, »<•- i-ordinic to an unnnunoement maile by Mrs. Mary K. HettlnKer. I'ho pavilion may he reached by the Yesler cable line. Shades of Adam! Call the Police! Mr*. 11. Crowley. 22nd ave. and W. Newton at . reported to police Friday that "men and lioys ko •iwlrnmlnir, when the weather per mits, at lntcrhay station, and do not wear nulla nor trunks." W. K. Vanderbilt It Now Improving PARIS, June 25 W. K. Vonder | hilt, who has be<;n 111 here, was pronounced out of danger by hl.i physicians today. THE SEATTLE STAR t HER LATEST * .. ' \uas / w. a. HAAtQ/ASG Here in the latent picture nf Mm. Warren (I. Hard tun. trife nf the republican nomi nee for preni/tent. Umm! Bumper Meals Tempt Harvest Men HCTCHINHON. Kan. June JS — The world'a championajilp fox] Wat ll<- vk km on here today. Thnuannda of work era were, trying to produce big ger h-irveata of grain than appetite., j The flrat round waa a drnw. To *|>ee<t up worker*. farmer* are aervlna ' bumper" mntlt to get a "bumper" crop llarveat handa atari the day with a break fax! of four fried egga. three allcea of ham. heap* of fried pota tofa. an allcea of bread and butter I and two cupa of coffee Thla harveet la expected to he lha third blggeat In history There tm no ahartage of labor and farraenr e* pert to have the harveet completed by the end of the week The only *-rloua difficulty confronting Ihatn la, the car ahor'ag* Thouaand* of tona of hreaid were talked today by farmer#' women folka and many more Imported from the big cltlea Hundred* of ham* were boiled, baked and roaated tilrla churned butter until their arma ached. TONIGHT Wfele room. ▼. W C. A .-Meet tn« of rrt*»<U "f Urae! Bociety I * of rtoettte. ! Hit* flryaitt rhn«l • nif un4«r |e«4»rihlp f»f Frinclf Mmfeiuolty nerrlre » .n« IM»n» -»«til*»or will bm 4 K*erMllve T»m of com munity Mrtktb will • Krtichi* of hall Rlin«r J SobU p- «t, Am»r» f irefinn. <t*n> « for lh" benefit of (heir recently orf»ni»H ben 4 AH end friend* Invited SATURDAY sMa If eve'a raf»l»rla Oeorwe V • wi|l talk on "<*enill«- j elate*, flat forma an<l Tf laclple#.'* BIRTHS Born to Mr end Mre 3 T nurh incrr. ISI4 llrnton •*«.. Jun*- 11. ltS«. b ••> Horn to Mr end Mr» II , K»attl* fun- 17. t»!Ci irlrl Horn lo Mr end Mr* K A 'taeklll. 4157 HoM»n »t Junr ». |»JO. boy Born to Mr end Mr* O K Kf*#tt, 1421 He. «nd av# N . June IS. ItfO. boy. i Born U» Mr and Mra I* l 1 fterlln. lA&i ft. Th«-»na» at. June 21. girl I Born to Mr. and Mn '1 A 1l"bb. 3521 Def)am*»re avi»„ June 21. It2o. fflrL Horn to Mr and Mm V l> Kent Hound. June SO. ItJO. boy. Ilorn to Mr end Mra I* J'n»en, 2&I N 7*th at.. Jun* 21. lf»20. b<»y Born to Mr end Mr« C V Horenaofi ( l»20 N»ntb av June l». 1920. boy Born tr. Mr end Mra J A Wllhra, ' lit 10th ave N. June 22. 1»20. b*.y j MARRIAGE LICENSES Name and H«atden«*e Af U Kram-e. t'harUa T. *»ekland... .14 Bower. Ilaael M . Hrettl* t* , snrinaer. John H Mount Vernon 20 Thomson. Maud K . Mount Vernon 2% Htendel J 0.. Hedro- W*»o||#y . . Legal | Johnaon. Llll.en M . H-attle . .l^-gai Ohta. Manaahlce H«>attle ,12 Nogakt* Mltauye, Healtle 19, Wyne. Joeeph H.. H. attle 21 Kaeher. Jennette. Heettle It r»rew. V-rnon 1.. lekf> .20 I,uke. Oledyn W Kvrrett II hitntm. Pawl v. IkNttllt Ixgai Kirkhrld*'. Margery. Vanr^iver. It C I-**al Worberg. Krte K. Everett ....Legal KHrkaon. Mnda T. Kveretl ...Legal RosburfH, Alfllltf I*. He attle .I^gal Pmku*. A lire M . Ht. Paul. Minn. Broderaon. Chriallan F.. Port lend. Or. ...... p. . . Legal Wh« Her. Allre, Portland. Or...,l^egal ' I*e Harron. Vern 11.. Haattle 21 rtlrhardaon« Htelle E.. neattl| 23 l>orgen. Leo J.. Hrattle V.egnl .Allien, Winifred. Hf%(tle I^'^ttl (Thurrhlll. Frank 8.. Seattle .. Legal Hugh. Mergaret «Jre< e. Heett le . gel Monty. Frank. Mveretl Snyder. lU/n L Kverrtt .aaa •• a. •.. 21 < frnlt h. Otto. Hrattlr 21 I Miggen. Fern, Heattle 24 Nael. Kay. Hen Joi«. Cil I*egel ; Murkln. Margaret K.. Heattle ..l^egnl Oorre. Llngl. Heattle 30 | Madaiena. * 'arroaino. Seattle 31 lioiit. Nelrw»*rt J . Heattle 32 Srlmllf-nberg. Mary C., Heattla Legal Morlin. Godfrey L.. Seattle 24 Khaw. Mary V., Heattle 19 Nyqulat, Blchard. Klrkland 23 Mnftv 111<<, Wlnlfrrd K. Klrkland ..24 Hyde, flforge H.. H-ettle 21! Dolan. Merle. H»*attle ......17 Monk. William J.. Heattle 32 Qteaen. Clara It. Heattln 24 Hoge. tieorge, Kverett Legal 1 'l'ran. Oenoah. ICverett Legal 1 DIVORCES GRANTED Malherg. M Jnne from .lamra X. Stock dale. Verna from Arley, lllelley Martha Mary from Juhn I »anlrl Whllcorab. Alvina from Glen. .DEATHS Ran'Uea. MitthlUlo. 69. 615 Queen Annr avr. Htuart. Iy.rena. 4R, 1047 Bouthern. Annie. Peter. r>o. 67ih H and Annua ta wt. Tenor, Mary. Is. Uattle Creek aanl | tarlum. IRuach.rt. Ora. 4*. |IM 1«lh 8. lllciiK'-a, Simon, *S, alma hmiae. Uwii.. J (,2. jyo K, i m ont av u. N. NATION NEEDS ! A PROGRESSIVE So Daniels Declares in Talk on Campaign ANOKt.EK. June 25 pro grnaalva of pmgroaalvaa" mull »•* th* d*mocratlc notnln** for pr*«ld*nt Hi In >»r, Joa*phua I »ar\lrl« mrrrw Ury of (ho navy, declared In all In t*rvl*w today. "Anything *la« would l>a d*atruc tlon," he Willi. Tin- platform. h* mid. roust ba on* "of idaallam and wield prorraaa" and h* iirnllrUd (h« damocratje ainvm tlon wIU "turn lla Imu fc on the raar IIOMrtM." '"Hi* ultra mdl<»l of I*9* haa »w ram* th« innwmiUvt of today." the »>-.r»l«fy maintained. "W* inuat go forward. "The people ahmild not lx> deceived by th* cry that thr tuition muat r« turn to normal What th* reaction art** mean by thla la that w» muat return to long houra and low »««« That day la puat " Daniels wu gu**t of Mayor Any drr al br*akfa*t thla morning and thru Wt for Han Pedro to Inspect tlia alt* of the propoaed new auhma Una tw* ll* will l*ava for Han franclsco aa aoon aa tha inspection la rompl*t*d aho-ird th* flagship New M*»|. o. BRYAN FACING HARD CONTEST Arrives in S. F. for Battle of His Career BY lit'fill II AH J.tit HAN June IS William Jennlnga Bryan, arriving here today, fan* one of the hardeat flghta of hla rarest to wreat from the adminlatration control of tha 'democratic national convention. The convention situation today Is this j The temporary chairman will ha llomer It Cumminga. chairman of the national committee, whose reaig nation Bryan demanded aeveral month* ago Cum mi tig* has psepared a keynote a|>e#»ch applauding the rec ord of the administration. The pa-rmanent rhalrmnnahlp I* a-heluW to go to llalnbrtdge Colby, •e* re tar > of stats fhalrinanahip of the Important committee on reaolutlona la ached u|e»i to go to Chester If Glaaa. of I Virginia, who Is now on ths ground | with th* league of nations platform plank approved by tha president aa a model for th* on* h* want* to go 1 Into th* national platform Another evldenc of administration control. It Is predlctad. will b* *een today in th* action of th* national commitl** on tha Oaorgia nontsaC whsr* administration and anU-admln -Ist ratio* delegate* ar* righting for eeata. Senator Reed. who Is anil administration, atand* practically no ehanc* of being aeated from th# fifth Mtasourl district, .cording to Indie*. Itlona • HERE'S MORE ABOUT WILD COW STARTS ON PAGE ONE «*are r>f the chaae Window, were >j>ened for blocka along Kourth ave and curtoua heada. anuglv aafe on the aerond floor, peeked out Door Wave were lined with men and worn »>n ready M» dart Inalde bulldinga ahou Id the cow chooae them aa tar K*ta After the cow had knocked Ita a»c ond victim to th* ground. Bertram! hegm to get mad himaelf Aa the . ow atOf>|M-d at Cherry at., undecided which W!iy to turn, the officer fire<J a ahot The bullet atruck the cow he hind the right ear. and. mad with l>aln. ahe atarted up tha Cherry at hill The report of Itertrand'a gun drew additional •pw.-ialora. and women In 'neglige, and men In ahlrtaleeve. name to doorwava on Cherry at aa ' the now galloped alraight up the '•ent-j of lha atreet Th* wound had weakened har. and ah* now t««ld no attention to byatandera, hut "'.med to think only of escape, Tl KNN Kflß III.It BATTIJC ll»rtrand, In a red automobile, fol- J lowi*l cloa* on the cow'a heala up :the hill. One aha .topped, appar enlly exhauated. but when Hertrand nme cloa. ang fired two mor. ahota aha broke into a faat run. Both ahota mtaxed Blood waa atmunlng from her noa trlla aa h« neared Broadway, after climbing tha ateep Flrat bill. The machine rapidly overtook her on the level between Minor gnd Nummlt av.nuea, and at the Junction of Hummlt ava.. Broadway and Cherry at., *he «iaggered over the aldewalk and turned, hend down, for her laat 1 Ml I tie. The end waa ahort Ilertrand fired one ahot thai pierced her head and ahe fell on her aide John W. Bow en, butcher at Sl4 Bioadway, wiui called to bleed the cow. K. M. Oliver, manager of Union atockyarda. 2220 Sixth av'e. 3. up pnared at police etailon ahortly after Hertrand. McNainee and relurned. to report the cow'* eacape He waa Informed of her fate, and liaalenod awav to make arrange monta to take the carcana t>ack to the atockyiLrda, where It will be butchered. . Gen. Macßeady Will Go to Londonderry I/ONDON, June 25.—The utandlnn committee of the I'laterlJnlontat council met here today to cnnnlder the nltuatlon at Londonderry. Urn. Sir Neville Macßejidy h:ix left for Londonderry following a pnn ference with I,loyd Oeorne. He would not dtecuan pinna of the government to meet condition* there, but de clared he wow aatl*fled with all prr caution* taken to prevent renewal of troubles In that city. No action haa yet l>een taken hy the government regarding the offer of I'later volunteer* to maintain or der at Londonderry. WOMEN TO GET SQUARE DEAL Equal Representation Is Democratic Plan —_ ' HAN I'IUMCIWX), Cal, June 25 —Tha democratic national commit iro waa scheduled lata today to draw up party l*glslat|on giving wom*n equal representation on that liody. I Tti* ixaolutlon will Im> pmaentad to tha convention for ratification and la expected to recalv* unanimous aupport. fllnca tha laat conv*ntlon. th* na- 1 tlonal committee, by resolution, formed a parallel aaaoi lata body of wom*n, who hava b**n und*r tha' |lnad«rahlp of Mri Ueorge liaaa. This ' group, hiiwtvur, had ru> legal party ) atatua and tha propoacd action of ' j tha oonventlon aa a whol* will ba; n*cvaaary to i*m*dy thla alluatlon. According to tha annuum -d plana. j *a< h atat* and territory will Ix ra •lulled to elect two national commlt ta* tinmU-ra, ona man and on* woman In stairs where thla would i Interfere with Ul* present atatutea, | | steps will ha lakan Immediately to effrct tha neceaaary leglalation to legalise th* party's actum. "Human Fly" Cr US hed in 75-Foot Fall Mr cathkwve. ont.. June as —Charlea llutrheaop, known «a the "human fly," fell Tt fret ftom th. cornice of the Welland houae. when • knot at ili« end of a rope cam' undone duniii on* of hla alunla to day. Two thousand peranna aaw him fall I'hyalftana aaid he would not reonvar from hla Injuria*. II utchearm hnd rllmliod the face of lh» building and had alerted to i limit the rope over the romlti*. He •lipped pun»**ly. giving a feigned cry of alarm, but the cry took a nut. of r«*l terror when he fell the knot, which would have gtop|»«l him. yield Escaped Convict It Taken by Deputy BACItAMEKTO. Cal„ June 25 I> K Xl' Itonald. Folaom convict, who e».-ai>erj from an Kldorado road IMIP y.merday, wa. captured laat night II mllee north or Hacrmmrnlo by I»*puty Hhertff Damtod> of Hiew county. l>uane Variant werp and frank Alderaon. con Hell who <*naped from Knlaom Wednexl.i >. are atlll at large X-Ray Has Done Wonders for Modern Dentistry The discovery of the wonderful X-ray was a big step forward in dentistry as well as surgery and medicine. It is a well-estab lished fact that abeeesscs at the roots of teeth constitute one of the most serious prob- E lems with which the dentist has to contend. W FREE FREE! V:JE9 We will X-ray your tfceth without charpe or obligation each morning between the \ju«' hours of 9a. m. and 10:30 a. m. We have a brand new up-to-date X-ray machine ""~Tj I and we are getting very fine results with £ it. This is your opportunity to find out, MM i S without cost to you, whether or not you r have teeth that an- infected. But we ask you to kindly come as early in the morning 'as possible. . ™ X " R n^RK Abscessed teeth have pus sacs Needless to say any medicine that around the roots. These pus sacs you might take for this condition are continuously sending their could only result in temporary relief poisons into the system. • This, as at the best. The condition is almost you can readily see, cannot help but sure to continue as long as the in result badly for the unfortunate per- fected teeth continue to send their • son who has the abscessed teeth, deadly poisons into the system. The These poisons attack the most vul- only way to cure the trouble perma nerable spot they can find. Some- : nently is to get at its real root, which times it is the stomach, in which case in this case is the root of the infected the digestive apparatus is impaired, tooth or teeth. sometimes to a very serious extent. Again, they may attack the eye, FREE EXAMINATION or the ear, or the throat, or the i n addition to X-raying your teeth spine. In each case bad results are thoroughly we will gladly give your the only kind that can be expected, teeth a thorough examination as well Sometimes tbe poisons gather at a as expert advice as to what you may joint, or in a muscle, and then pain, or may not need in the way of dental swelling and inflammation are the work. -Xt thi^sjf Uon ° r matism." Thousands of cases of so- tniS service called rheumatism have undoubtedly But again—may we not request come from pus sacs around the roofs that you will please come as early of the teeth. in the morning as possible. Regal Dental Offices DR. L. R. CLARK, Managtr 1405 Third Avenue N. W. Corner Third and Union ** In Every Reapeat Seattle's treading Htnlluli Diagonally Acroaa Ui* Street From the Posloffloc. Be Sure to <Jrt to the Right Placa LADY ATTENDANTS ON DUTY AT ALL TIMES " OLD GLORY COOL/DGC^ The G. 0. P. candidate for vice president, Governor Cal vin Coolidye, pone* for pho tographer* wrapped in the Start and Stripea. Here he is. Community Sing at Bryant School Bryant »<hoo! dlatrlct will hold a 'ommunlty alns at Uia Brant arhool tonight. I o'clock. Kranrla Ituawll. coram unity nervier con k leader mill load. Turn D«erin». executive ae<rc |ary of Heattle Community Hervice. will I'lana will be dlacuHaed at tile me. tin* for holding outdoor alnga dunnc the Humffcrr. Palmer It Now in Convention Rush HAS FKANCIBGO. June 2S —At torney Oeneral A Mitchell I*almer arrived here ahead of achedule today aand went Into conference with the mm and women who are managing hla campalin for the democratic l>realitenilal nomination. rwnAT. jrtrNE ti. im. TROOPS PATROL , LONDONDERRY Military Dampens Enthus iasm of Fighters June n -Heverat mm La of BrlUab troop*. Including a «avalry company. controlled the nation at l/ondonderry today. Th« ■ Ity had the appearance of an *rme4 . iiin[> Tanka, rruf lilne run*. mot«g lorrle* and hartal wire rritarigl*. in« rit* effectively d*rnpen«-d th» ardo* of Mlnb Kelner* and I nlonlxta *ht liad bald cltlr.ena In their homes and prevent**! conduct of bunlnea* t/y fiK tlonJtl fighting alucc la*t Krldaj night. Two more men, one Rlnn Kelnaf and a I'nlonlnt, died at hoapHala early today from wound* received last night The only <ll*t u rhance* r* ported to-lay were ou the oulakJrta of I Londonderry. Several refugees ar riving here eald Unionist* had Mrongly antren'-bed along tha rtxtd from Carriican to l«ndond«rry. sm.niKits WATCH TO I'ICK OKK SMPt;RH Holdlers were atatlonad on tha roof of the Cathedral to pick off sniper* on house top*. A battalioft . of the Cheshire r»-K>m»nt wa* ported marching toward derry. j No confirmation «u received of ] report* that dinonlera bad occurred In other northern town*, altho rumor* were current that Hlnn Kein em were massing near Belfast. Tha Irish volunteer* Issued a manifesto declaring that uolam tbe Hrltlab mil itary authorltiea maintained order they will take over control. The only vehlelwi in tbe street* of the city alnne Friday night hav«- beoa the military truck* and tank*. 0» rationally a hearse would he seen. A woman named Mr* Mill* «H thot a* abe stood In the door of tar lion. An entity military tmrrark* on tbo outskirts of I'ublln wu tjrufad to tbe ground la-'t nlgbt. 5 Escape Bomb in Connecticut Home WATKIIBI'RT. Conn, Jur» 28. A Treat ot a number of radical lead er* wji# expected today to follow (ha bomliinc of a houac In %hlch fl»* mm wr-m alerplag who had refuaed to Join a airtke of macliia lata and unakilled Ia borers. Ttw fiv«- men. a woman and threa children narrowly twaH death when Uie bomb waa toaaed tliru a window and exploded early thla morn In*. Tlio the rul«*. ttie ml. norlty Inalata on U'lling the majority how to do It.