Drumright Evening Derrick (Drumright, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 77, Ed. 1 Saturday, June 26, 1920 Page: 1 of 8
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A Third Party Now Threatened
the Wet "issue
VOL. V. NUMBER 77
(, JUNE 26, 19207
Will Democrats Make Two More Blunders to Rey Micans Alleged One?
Believed President Wilson Has Control of Democratic Convention
HI COMMITTEES HEREAFTER
INSANE IT! ESCAPES
FROM HOSPITAL ANO
FATALLY WOUNDS WIFE,
Ml PARENTS IN LAW
By Associated Press
Chicago, June 26—Nolan E. Robin-
son. twenty-three years of age, a fug-
itive from the insane hospital at Elgin
Illinois was captured here and held
on charges of attempting to murder
his wife and their five months old
baby and his parents in law, last night
at Wheaton near here. He stabbed
all four with a butcher knife then
crushed their skulls with an iron bar.
Police reported that all may die.
Chicago, June 26—"After I escaped
from the asylum." Robinson told the
police. ''1 telephoned my wife and she
refused to live with me again so I
went to the house in the night, armed
with an iron bar and broke in. My
wife rushed toward me and 1 hit her
on the head. Then my mother in law
rushed out and I felled her with
a blow then I hit her again to make
it a good job. My wife got up and I
grabbed a butcher knife and stabb>*>
her then 1 went to the bedroom of
my father in law. who is practially
paralyzed. He could not move so I
hit him over the head throe times.
The baby was lying in a cradle and I
hit it over the head and then I never
know what happened."
By Associated Press
San Francisco, Juire 25—The comple-
tion of the temporary roll of the demo-
cratic national convention is in sight
whtiu the national committee resumed
consideration of credentials with the
Georgia contest before it and Reed's
effort to gain a seat of the floor with
the Missouri delegation also to be
passed upon. The influx of .delega-
tions which began yesterday have con-
tinue^ and out/of the congestion in the
hotels has arr/se, what some observers
have professed to recognize as a Bpurt
of nomination sentiment toward Cox.
The elusive McAdoo Boom took on a
public form when cars bearing the in-
scription "Mcall Do" and also appeared
on hat bands. The action of the nat-
ional committee in adopting a resolu-
tion urging the convention to grant
an equal committee suffrage and mem-
bership to women of the party gave
the delegates another subject to dis-
cuss. If the committees plan is rati-
fied the committee hereafter will be
double its present size and composed i
of men and women members from each S
state with equal voting power. Sec-
retary Daniels was to arrive making
fourth member of the cabinet present. I
Meredith and Gerard have eponed I
up joint headquarters a thing unknown j
to the oldest habitue of political con-
ventions. Glass is generally accepted [
us sln.ted from the chairmanship al- j
ihou'.''i rirong talk has developed that;
Walsh of Montana might land the job.
COL. JOHN I. MARTIN
J. Bruce Kreuier, vice chairman of
the Democratic national committee,
will call the national convention to
Wio is who lu Drumright? 74-4t
Col. John I. Martin of St. "Louis, ser-
geant at arms of the Democratic na-
tional convention, a position he haa
held many times.
WHOOPING THINGS UP FOR
HARDING AND COOLIDGE
Lancaster. Ohio. June 26—Twin boys
born here Wednesday to Mr. and Mrs.
Enos White, farmers living in Madison
township, have been named 4'I
isg" and "Coolidge."
BURLESON AIIO THE ENTIRE TEXAS
DELEGATION Will VOTE FOR
MAY RESULT IN
A GOAL FAMINE
By Associated Press
Washington, June 26—A general
walkout of the railroad workers effect-
ing every railroad system in the coun-
try is planned for Monday unless there
immediate action by the railroad la-
bor board on the wage demands the
White House was notified today.
According to Information laid before
Secretary Tumulty by the union lead-
ers to be submitted to the president
tjiey will no longer hold the men.
They say the positive word of the
■"outlaws" Is that they will carry
tfcroagh the program of the general
strike beginning Monday, if before
that time no decision Is announced.
Oklahoma City, Juno z—A r sward
•f $f>0 for Information as to the where-
abouts of Bert McCumber, who dis-
appeared from here Sunday while on
his way to a baseball game was of
fered today by the R. U, Smith Suit-
ply company, which had employed
him for the last five years. Three
hundred circulars bearing photo-
graphs of McCumher nnd offering a
reward have been prepared for dis-
tribution to police. No clue hns been
obtained as to McCumber's where-
abouts .authorities said today.
HARDING IS VERY BUSY
ANSWERING LETTERS '
Washington, June 26—Senator :
Harding, the republican choice for |
president, received few visitors to- j
day and devoted virtually his entire ;
day to correspondence. So great I
has become the rush of mall that the
nominee has been compelled to di-
rect most of bis time to that work, j
not only at his office but also at his
home of an evening.
In addition to the usual daily de-
livery of between 3,000 and 4,000 let-
ters mail bags containing approxi-
mately 15.000 letters «ent by express
from his home at Marion, Ohio, were
delivered at Harding's office today.
It was said tonight that all proe
peots for any sort of a vacation prior
to his departure for Marion July 3,
had been abandoned. Colonel Theo-
dore Roosevelt, son of the former
president has an engagement to con-
fer with Mr. Harding tomorrow. He
will come at the senator's invitation
and 14 one of the numerous progres-
sive leaders summoned by the repub-
lican nominee to discuss campaign
LENTLY BOMBARDS THE
TURKISH LINE INFLICT-
ING HEAVY LOSSES
By Associated Press
London, June 26—British warship
j at anchor before the town of Ismid
j have violently bombarded the Turk-
Wh line and Inflicted heavy losses.
'.One thousand Turks are estimated
, as being killed, an exchange dls-
I patch declares.
SIMS-DANIELS ROW ODER
CONDUCT OF THE NAVY
HAS BEEN REVIVED
By Associated Press
Washington June 25—The Sims Dan-
iels row over the navy's conduct of
the war has boen received here with
the publication of a letter from Rear
Admiral Decker In which ho charges
that Daniels In his testimony before
the senate investigating committee
"intentionally and deliberately" mis-
represented certain actB of Admiral
BIiuh, Full am and Flake.
SENATOR HARDING LEFT
WASHINGTON FOR A FEW
DAYS REST AND QUIET
By Associated Press
San Francisco, June 26—Burlesoo
declared that he and the entire Texas
delegation would vote for the nomlns
tion of McAdoo. The action of the
republican convention in adopting u
platform which he said concealed their
attitude on the leading question front-
ing the country would not be repeated
here. The democrats define themsel-
ves postively and empathioaily.
Who la whof
By Associated Press
Waaington June 2# —Senator Hard-
ing; republican endtdate has left
Washington for an unamod destina
tion. He plans to be away until
Tue day and it was said at the office
that his destination would not be
GREEK FORCES IN OF-
FENSIVE AGAINST TURKS
TAKE NUMBER OF TOWNS
By Associated Press
Bmyraua June 26 The Greek
forces aro engaged In au offensive
against Turkey in Asia Minor and
are advaaclng in four directions and j
have taken a number of town,:, ac-
cording to an official communication I
from Greek Army headquarters. t>n
flrmatlon of th« annihilation of th!r
teen Turkish Corps has beeu receiv-
ed. Successes are reported alsou in
the region of Odehla.
disclosed as Uie
Who is who lu Drumright? 74-4t.
DOG TAX MUST BE PAID
All dog tax in ttie city «f Drum-
right must he paid on er before the
filet day of July. All dogs not war-
ing tags will l>e taken and killed,
you can secure your dog tax tag a'
Hie city clerk's office. 72 10t.
I want aN my friends and oust outers,
also th« general public, to know that
1 humlstitch far It I t c«ata a yard
Mrs. J. t. Siierrin.
l'RL'T** 18 HT HANG Kit
Two lew priced houses far sal".
I .urge & room frame house, with
■crete cellar, good yard Price
r, room modern dwellng, 3 block*
, nth of Broadway, facing south, fI !
• ash and easy terms.•« *
U C. WEST
REPRESENTATIVE OF EDWARDS
SAYS NEW YORK GOVERNOR
WILL SPLIT FROM PARTY UN
LESS WET PLANK IS DRAWN
President. Wants. Endorsement, of
League of Nations and Less Heed
Given to Prohibition or Irish
San Francisco, June 26 — H. J.
Brown, speaking for Governor Ed-
wards of New Jersey said if Demo-
crats failed to repsodlcated the Vol- j
stead act, Edwards would withdraw1
from the race. He stated Edwards
would receive support from tihe labor
party and from Republican wets and
declared "if workers don't got beer.
There will be a third party."
President Wilson believes it im-
neces ary that the Democrats consid-
er prohibition of the Irish question.
He wants a strong declaration for Im-
mediat ratification of the league of
nations covenant wiUiout crlpipling
Senator Glass said he knew about
what Wilson wanted platform to be
and that the latter had not changed
his position In the slightest on the
Senator Owen counts on progres-
sive element and drys to nominate
San Francisco, June 26 President
Wilson does not favor the ltemocra-
tic convention taking any cognizance
in the prohibition or the Irish ques-
tions in the Democratic platform, it
was learned here today. Senator
Glass of Virginia, conferred with
the party leaders today and gave
them the president's views on the
'I am , not ambassador to the con-
vention from President Wilson,'
Glass saidf "I bring no formal mes-
sage from the chief executive and
have no draft of any planks that the
President has prepared. I believe,
however, that I have a clear cut Idea
as to what the President wants. I
have the Virginia platform witli me,
President Wilson has endorsed that
platform" he said.
it is believed that It Is a good
thing that Senator Glass doei* not
take his own presidential boom very
"The Virginia delegation is Instruc-
ted for me, but I wish It was not
for It makes It very emharassiug for
mo," he said.
Cox and Hitchcock were tentative
about the ticket agreed on In the
conference today between the sup-
porter* of the Ohio governor and the
adherents of the Nebraska Senator.
''While Hitchcock's name will be
presented as a presidential candidate
he Is willing to accept second If the
man he favors Is nominated for pro si
dent." Earl Gaddls, the Senator's
Kan Franc I, no June 21! The Demo
cratlc party's policy toward bono
dry prohibition continued today as
the big theme of agitation kan's well
known "Dry" principles, ho will
throw his support In the desired dl
with the republicans, the chaos of
preconvention days has descended
upon San Francisco, bag and hag-
gage, leaving the arriving delegates
confused and confounded.
William J. Bryan, it Is claimed by
some, with his "dry" backing can pre-
vent the nomination of anybody
who doesn't suit him. It will take
but 365 votes-a third, plu- one, of the
total 1,002 delegates to do this.
Strength of "Wets"
But, warn the friends of Gov Kd-
ward I. Edwards, of New Jersey, do
not overlook the "wets." They wilt
control at least 365 votes lu the con-
vention and It is assured they will
in turn prevent the nomination of
any candidate unfavorable to them.
Senator Robert L. Owen, of Okla-
homa, will form a coalition with Wll-
liiim J Bryan and precipitate *
rough and tumble opposition the
moment the cohorts of the adininliv
tration insist upon an out and out
ratification of the league of nations
plank. And with not a fed delegates
behind them, many believe this com-
bination will be able to rally more
than a third of the delegates to their
side, thus blocking the .selection of
a Wllsonlan nominee.
Aside from the two-thirds mlo,
now unsually bothersome of tha-
democrat^ the problem of a nominee-
is worrying them They are every
bit as hazy as their choice of a
standard bearer as were the republi-
cans in Chicago.
Wilson and McAdoo
Counting Wiliam 6. McAdoo. andi
President Wilson—and no list of
democratic presidential possibilities
irt considered by the party men now"
here to be complete without th<*
names of botV—there are prettr
nearly a Score of candidates in the
open or potential, ah-eady under con-
Alphabetically, they are Bryan,
Cox. Clark, Cummings, Davis, !W-
wards, Glass, Oerard. Tlltohoook,
McAdoo, Marshall. Meredith, Owe*.
Palmer, Payne, Simmons and Wllsoia
to name the most frequently ute«*-
The McAdoo boom has refused be
stay dead. It's corpse Insists on.
coming to life Finished, dead anif
hurled as McAdoo himself Insists
his boom mu*t be considered. Hie
managers of other candidates now
here drumming up support for their
men keep on ta'fclng of McAdoo. !a
,the same breath they' treat h.i# a*
a dead one and as one still t b«
watched. , *
"McAdoo,'' they say, "i* entirely
out of the race. Whatever support
he ever had Is gone, split up among
the other candidata-*. If MrAdoo's
name is presented al the conven-
Then follows a long argument on.-
why McAdoo can't win. provtng he
Is very much feared by the asprtrants.
The general belief here, four days,
since the MrAdno-Rhouse t«li>gTHia,
Is that McAdoo'a name will he pre-
sented to the democratic convontion.
As to what will happen then, opinion
Some 'ay after the first baltot or
two when McAdoo will ree«dve %
complimentary and scattering
his name will disappear Other# be-
lieve along with the eighth ballot or
so McAdoo will t>„ put across wltli
a rash Jnst aa Senator Hardin* was
In Chisago. A clever piece of politi-
cal maneeuverinif—That Is what the
latter school calls McAdoc/s trie*
grams refusing to aonsent to bto be-
ing planed In nomination.
San Francisco, June 26 With th"
twothlrds vote necessary for a
nomination^ instead of |a inajoiflty
BRYAN WANTS REAL PLATFOM*
Ogden, I'tah. Jone 26—William /.
Bryan, who Joined a tratnload of dele-
gates here enrouth to the Sau Francis-
co cuuventlon said'.
"I am going to Ban Franctsoo la
see that wo got a platform and •
candidate that can win. I have na
Interest in any particular candidate.
1 shall see that the platform Is exact-
ly the opposite of that adapted by the
republican party at Chicago.
Bryan conferred with Senator Walsh
of Montana, fcml other democrats
leaders and delegatos.
Grand Celebration Planned for Drumright Fifth of July
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