The Morning Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 275, Ed. 1, Monday, June 28, 1920 Page: 1 of 10
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OKLAHOMA'S GREATEST NEWSPAPER
VOL. XIV NO. 275
TULSA OKLAHOMA MONDAY JUNK 28 1980
PRICE 5 CENTS.
REPORT M'ADOO TO ACCEPT IF NAMED
DRYS AND WETS
Bryan Would Prevent
Increase in Alcoholic
BURLESON LEADS WETS
Would Remove Drastic Fea-
tures of Volstead Act
Favors Vote by People.
LEADERS DEMAND SILENCE
Powerful Interests at Work
to Prevent Any Expression
on Liquor Question.
RAN KKAXC18CX). June 27. Both
Ms and dry today launched their
platik on the democratic seas ul
tin. hollo differenced with a sturniy
)ih.-.iee promised tu the final har-
bor of the convention floor.
Knr thu irys W. J. Bryan made
public his proposed plunk a sweep-
ing dclaiatlon frr enforcement of
the Vnlxtearl law without Increase
In beverages' alcoholic content.
From Uio wet camp came alter-
native planks drafted by I'uHtmasler
(lljieral liurlnson. One declares for
"individual liberty!' and modifica-
tion of the Volstead law and to re-
r.iovo Its "dravtic and unreasonable
features" and the alternate ior
amendment permitting tn i .1 ei
"In fact not Intoxicating."
The planks are to bo nrefiortted to
the resolutions committee upon Its
orjtanl.ation and regardless of the
outcome there it was generally ex-
pected that the lliiuor fight would
reach the convention Itself.
With both wet and dry factions
working hard through the Sabbath
there was a strong movement to pre-
vent any mention of the liquor rjues
tlon In the platform a movement
backed by many powerful leaders.
The Hryan prohibition plank fol-
lows e heartily nongrntulato the
democratic part) on Its splendid
leaderblp in tin- hiihmlstdnii and
ratification of tlK' prohibition
amendment to the federal ixhimI-
tuilon anil we pi. .I..- the party to
Uie effective1 rnfoi cement of tin'
Xolstead law honestly ami in
Rood I inh mill- hi oiiv I 111 IIIW
In lb' :ih. I. ..in i-mitcnl of per-
mitted licvcragc .mil without niiV
weakening of any oilier of It
"I guess there is no doubt abeot
vhat that means" nuid Mr. Bryan.
will give every delegate a
than Oa to co on record f.ir
mmgel it. I v pect to have It adopt-
ed by the resolutions consmlttee."
fir ilurleson. after reading tin
Rn Tdanl; gave out his proposals
(daring however that he had
li.ifted them himself nnd spoke only
for himself and was not to be re-
garded as tho leader of the forces
favoring modification of present
Tin proposed plnnk which Mr.
Hirason said ho believed itould
Puet the sentiment o' the "nreat ma-
jority of tho 'Amet loan people"
"Tfie open snloon has horn gen.
ernlly iiidenunci I hv lh Amorl-
mn p. .pi on u menace to Mx-leiy
ml the well being of the people
and Us rstorition sluiuld nut be
"The validity of the lKlh
am. mil. en i u il xilU lltioll.
I.avlng been mi l I hv the su-
irenie court any law niartril un-
der It authority must bo strictly
enforced. However the democrat-
ic parly pledges Its utmost en-
deavors to prevent this new grant
of federal power from being rx-
erilacd In such a manner as to
n Kan. oplreHHlvc or deprive the
p''pie of tie individual liberty
which it wns the piirisiso of the
union of Mitti it. Mini awll HI mul
preserve Uirocgilt all time. The
Volstead act vetoed hv a ilmio-
J'ratle iircshh.nt and wuis'd over
bN veto by u republican congress
an extreme exercise- of the poW
ers t;. hv the IKt'i .tmend-
'nent. and It should be so nuiciid-
ed In strict conformity wllli the
hl'lrlt and tmrpose of tho constl-
"lloii. so km to eliminate then-
fnun lis drastic and unreasonable
M'lHiiri-s. We favor an itineiidmcnl
' the r. ( .rul constitution ri'iinlr-
UUJ all amendments hereafter pro-
PaMd there to bo ratified or re-
Jeeien iiV referenduni ol the
'luallfled voters of the severnl
sialic f n. i nlon."
The alternative plank of Mr Htir-
lesons which he said could be given
CONTINUKli on PAQK THREI
SEVEN BURN TO DEATH
MoiImt and Six hlldren Imw-i UfM
I" lllne at Klwood rity I'a.
Kxcapo Cut tf Hy I Tames
KDI.WOOD CITY. Pa.. June 37.
Seven persons were burned to death
In a fin. which destroyed the KratU
Wa k In Lawrence avenue here eai ly
today. Damage to property Is estl-
matd at $3r000.
The deud are Mrs. James Carlln
and her six children ranging In age
from 11 years to I weeks The
family occupied the third fl ' of
Mm building ami .so rapidly did lh
fire spread that all escape for them 1
was cut off.
HAN KltANi'lSCn June
The Mississippi delegation decided
I. ..lay to cast Us firm vote for
Senator John Hharpe Williams for
president. Most of the delegates
ild to favor (iovernor Cox
on suhsequent ballots. Hepre-
entatlvo Humphreys was el. . led
chairman. Senator Harrison a
resolution eonimlttee mpmber and
tlovernor Hrewer to the creden-
Election of Henator J. O Wal-
eott as national committeeman
and member of tho resolution
committee from lielaware was an-
nounced by the state delegation
today. Stale leaders said most of
the Delaware votes would go to
McAduo In nomination balloting
although (here was some sentiment
In favor of Vice President Mar-
shall and Ambasador Davia.
Daniel J. MeOlllieuddy was re-
elected member of the national
committee by the Maine delega-
tion William It. I'attangall was
Appointed on the resolution com-
mittee. Mrs. I'attangall was elect-
ed national eommltteewoman In
anticipation of formal creation of
Vice President Marshall was
elected Indiana member of tho
resolution committee and wan
given a rousing reception when aia
appeared at Indiana headquarters
Kdward G Hoffman was re-elert-ed
North Carolina also re-elected
Us National committeeman A. W'
Former Governor W. (. Hous-
ton was chosen chairman of the
Tennessee delegation. The Ten-
nessee caucus also ratified the
election of Cordell Hull as mem-
ber of the national committee and
named ftcnutor K D McKellar an
thu state's representative op the
resolution committee. Miss C. O.
Williams was ejected national
eommltteewoman. No action wne
taken on the presidency because
the delegation Is urging the candi-
dacy of General 1. D. Tyson of
Knoxvllle for vice president. Tho
delegation gent a message of Com-
mendation to Governor Huberts
for his action in calling nn extra
session of tho legislature to act
upon the federal suffrage amend-
ment. North Dakota delegates set at
rest today reports that they In-
tended to support "wet" proposals
before the democratic platform
committee. It. It. Murphy was
olected to the convention resolu-
tions committee on the under-
derstanding that he would favor
elimination of the whole subject
from present considerations. In-
dications were that MeAdoo would
obtain iho bulk of tho states 10
Tho caucus of the Oregon dele-
gation brought forth a declaration
by Vyill K. 1'urdy of Halcm one of
the state's "big four" that ho
would vote for Mr MeAdoo solely
because he had been so Instruct-
ed but that such a vote would be
against his will. He also declared
that If the time came when he
could do so he would place In
nomination Senator George K.
Chamberlain of Oregon.
The Texas delegates ratified 'he
selection of T. H. Dove as member
of tho national committee elected
Cone Johnson chairman of the
delegation afid appointed M. Crane
member of the committee on reso.
The Arkansas delegation met
Immediately upon Its arrival today
and named Claude Fuller to rep-
resent it on the resolutions enm-
ntittM. Governor Hrongh was se-
lected as the delegation's chair-
man. No action was taken on
national eommlttman Wallace
Davis continuing to serve. Lead-
ers said early ballottlng would
show Die voles scattered at least
The Illinois delegation at the
democratic convention today re-
Ji . led a resolution favoring no
reference whatever to prohibition
In the party's platform and ac-
oaptad 36 to 21 an affirmative
declaration for "rnodlflcut'on of
the Volstead act to permit use of
lii;ht wines nnd beer." One dele-
gate was absent.
The fight for the "no wet la-
sue" forces was led by Congress-
man Flthlan and bad strong back-
ing from delegates outside of
Chicago. Cook county's repres-
entatives stood solid for an out-
right statement against bone-dry.
Champ Clark was given more
than complimentary mention by
Louisiana representatives after
their caucus today and his son-in-law
James M. Thomson was
elected vice chairman of the dele-
gation. A majority of the state's
VOtai may in cast for the former
pt aker delegates said on open-
ing convention balio's. Senator
Gay was made chairman and Col-
one Frank I Stubbs member of
The Arkansas delegation
launched a boom for Senator Joe
T. Itoblnson for permanant chair-
man of the convention and the
movement was reported as Baln-
tng much headway.
nnoT t rmonn
HIM. A I rmaiiUi
Candidates Are Forgot-
ten Until Bryan and
Wilson Finish Up.
COX COMES TO FRONT
Backers Plan Elimination of
Falmer and Then Make
Drive fot Governor.
ROBINSON FOR .CHAIRMAN
Arkansas Senator Now Choice
of Administration Instead
of Secretary Colby.
SAN FRANCISCO June J7 la-
sues rather than men furnish the
battleground for the democratic na-
Candidates cannot be considered
until prohibition tho leaguo of na-
tions and the Irish question have
been fought out on tho floor. Con-
tests over those planks In the party
platform seem Inevitable and the
convention Is all set for a stormy
Tho big fight la over William Jen-
nings Iiryan's determination to have
"a platform no wet can run on." On
this the administration forces appear
policy. A yet no one knows what
so far to be pursuing a bands off
to expect from the white house.
On the league of nations Issue the
administration forces nre lined up
for a plank modeled after tho Vir-
ginia platform which declares for a
covenant "without destructive reser-
vations." Mr. Hrynn nnd his associates want
a. declaration for the league with
reservations to "safeguard evrry In-
terest." Tho lines of the fight over
the Irish question are not so clearly
Candidate l.tnoup h.. I
While the question of Issues Is
boiling little change is apparent In
the lineup of strength of the various
candidates. Cox and Palmer are ex-
pected to go In for a test of strength
on the first ballots much after the
fashion of the Wood and Lowden
race at the republican convention. In
tho background waiting to appear at
what they consider the psychological
moment are the invisible and intangi-
ble but admittedly formidable
forces working for MeAdoo.
The Cox people profess to have
enough strength to eliminate Palmer
on the preliminary ballots and then
plan to pit Unii candid. ue against
the flald hlcb by nature of MCA-1
doo's position includes him. The
Palmer forces pointing to the Anil-1
.stiim.ui it..- e (lee lai .1 I Ol US III W.ir on
Cox and Bryan I expressed views on
tho same subject predict that any
accessions to another eandidato will
net he made from their strength.
Meanwhile both the Cox nnd
Palmer managers are borrowing del-
egates from the field to mako a
showing on the opening ballots. In
line with their policy of forcing the
nomination to call their candidate
tho MeAdoo people are laying back
In tho open but are very busy among
the undercurrents corrallng delegates
for tho moment when they expect It
will bo made clear to the convention
that neither Cox nor Palmer can he
nominated. They believe they have
succeeded In prevailing upon those
who want to place Mr. MeAdoo In
formal nomination to forego such ac-
tion and let him be presented as a
CONTINVKD on paok THRKI
Delegate Prominent at Frisco
Ran Kranclseo Cal. June 27.
Mrs. William H. Kngland of okla-
linnoi V'ahhiir grail lint nnd mot her
of alx children la one of in. ie
than 3(ni women who nre ib ie-
gates to the DamoofmUo notional
convention which open here June
23. Her husband wax u delegate
to the Republican national con-
vention at Chicago this month.
Among the other nklaboma
fleleKiitea ore two women who
tract their ancestry to Indian
chleftlans. They are .Mrs. Illeh-
slrd I Kite wife of a physician
formerly of ticorgia and grand
nleca of Sequoyah. Inventor of the
Cherokee ulph.ibit; nnd Mis
Kugene It I.iweon wife of an at-
torney and oil in. in and daughter
of tho Itev. Charies Johnny. iajci
last chief of the Pelew.ires. Mrs.
Kite was first chairman of the
Woncin s damooratlc olub of 'kia-
homa and Mrs. Uiw.son was for-
merly president of the Oklahoma
Federation of Women' clubs.
Mltis Iiura Clay delegate at
large from Kentucky was one of
tho organizera of the Kentucky
Kipial Rights Association In 1S88
and Is reputed to be a "praotloaj
Mrs. BiiWlMtll Marhiiry delegate
at lirge from New lurk who was
decorated by the I'nred Stales
Franc. Bolgiun and Italy for war
work i firat vice president of Ui
Killed 9 Hurt;
Train Hits Truck
HUNTINHURG Ind.. June
27. Ten persons were killed
and nine injured probably
fatally when a truck carry-
ing a load of picnickers was
struck by a passenger train
near here this morning. The
injured were taken to an
Fvansville hospital. The
truck stopped on the tracks
and was struck by the train
which was traveling at a high
rate of speed. Several chil-
dren were among those killed
The special train bringing
the injured to Evansville was
held up by a freight wreck
at Oakland City and did not
arrive until 3 o'clock this
GLASS IS FACING
Friends Confident of
WALSH GAINS HEADWAY
Montana Senator la Boomed
to Head Reaolutiona Com-
mittee Elect Today.
HA N FnANTMSl-O Juna 27. The
fiu'nt aftninst Senntnr Glass of Vir-
ginia the administration's eholC
tor ehalrman of the resolutions com-
mittee remained an Indefinite cjuan
tliv tonight but was attracting In
crvajiaj attention In convention
Administration leaders derlared
there was no doubt of the outcome
and some of them even asserted that
the movements against Hennioi
(ibiss would collapse entirely before
the eonimlttee meets lire tomorrow
CONTrMUBD on PA'irc tiirke.
Seven Persom Killed
When Train Hits Auto
FRANKLIN Ind. .Tune 27.
Seven persons were killed and two
probably fatally Injured when their
aulomoblle wa struck by an Illinois
Central passenger train I miles west
of here this evening.
All those killed were members of
the .family of the driver William
Lithorland a garage owner of Nash-
TtIftA. Junn 27 Minimum mln
IniniM 70; nnuth wlnda; dear.
OKLAHOMA: Mnnrlay and TuM.Uy
gfirIIy fair fnnflntjr1 warm
LOUISIANA) MomUy and TudBy
partly riou.lv probably tncal ihoweri In
in n port Ion.
AKKANHAS A NP WKT TKXAB: Mnn
day mikI TiinMcJay gennrally fair. oonllnuM
K A ST TKXAB: Monday and Tuwday
fnrall flr In the fntnrlor. probably
lort ihnwrm near the cnaal
KANSAS Continued warm and gen-
erally fair Monday and Tueaday.
LOCAL KVKNTH TODAY.
Klwanln club lunrhfMin Hotel Ttilaa
12 l n p. m.
Addrnaa hy ftVott Ferrla Tonventlrm
hall t p m.
league of Catholic Women. he
came to the convenllon with Mrs.
John Vherwin Croaby "mother of
New York women demoerata." In
a special train from New York
that carried fifty four women
delegates and alternates.
Texas sent a nationally known
figure In Mrs. I'ery I'enli.i ba.-U. r.
club leader. One of the best
known California's eight delegates
is Miss Mary E. Koy who has
been lndentified with many
phrases of civic betterment work.
Mrs. John W. Troy of Alaska was
the first women delegate to arrive
Seventeen women headed bv
Mrs. Jneephus li.inlels. wife of the
sevretary of the navy have been
appointed by Homer fe. dimming.
chairman of the democratic na-
tional committee its members of
the executive committee of 34
Mrs. (leorge Mass chairman of
the women's bureau of the demo-
cratic national committee and
Mrs. Mary Holland Klnkald as-
sistant director of publicity In
charge of women's activity are
among the leaders here. Mrs
Rasa Is a Chicago civic worker and
ha.i chaise ui the sale demacnttie
presidential campaign tn twelve
western equal suffrage slates ten
of which east their electoral vote
LIMIT ON LEASE
Secretary Payne Removes
Restrictions on 4800
NO MONOPOLY DANGER
Official Statement Saya Reg-
ulation Is Now No Longer
Required in State.
APPLIES TO FIVE TRIBES
Larger Income to Indiana Kx-
pected to Result From
WABUlNfiTdN .Inn 27 Wrorr-
tury I'ayne h's n tkcl t hi' liitiuloi
drpnrtrnont regulation Hintllng oil
Iriinrfi to 4.N00 firrc.s on land In klit
horn owij4 by monthn t llw flv
CIVltlMd Trlhfr but undrr govern-
The regulritlon In no longer necen-
Hiry si i-t a department Rlinounc
RlSnt today bei-HUne (he diinger of
tAonopnly lit eliminated llnot only
1 : per tent of the land originally al-
lotted to the Ind latin remain under
federal control. Invocation of the
regulation. It a mated. In kiXMcttd
to reault In larger Income to the In-
dian. TELL OF COX DIVORCE
Ohio Delrgntbni Indignant at no
dal Attempt f Irt-umstaniTs are
I pin in. it hy Kelcmiic
HAN Kit ANC1KCO Cal. June M.
The story of tlovernor Cox's divorce
10 years ago was brought Into the
convention fight today by publication
In the Han Kr;-nclaro Chronicle of a
statement of the circumstances as-
cribed to Senator Rornereiie anl for-
mer (iovernor Campbell of Ohio
The publication In the Chronicle
says that the Cox managers are
indignant at the spreading of the
dlvorOt story among delegates by
certain of the governor's political
opponents and that Senator l'om-
erene r.nd Mr Campbell were busv
all da' explaining the i li cumslances
to delegates who called at Cox head-
quarters to inquire.
Publication of the story which
has been the topic of some discuslou
among the delegates since they
started coming brought out the first
hint of scandal being Meed as a fac
tor In the campaign created a sensa
The explanation of the elrcuni
stances or i iovernor Cox s divorce as
credited to PomerOni nnd Campbell
In today's publication In the Chron
lele declares that when 10 years ago
Cox was made the defendant In a
SUIT for divorce by his wife strong
charcea including cruelty but not In.
eluding unfaithfulness were used. a
though the extilnnaflon continued
the real cause was Incompatibility of
temper. Mrs. Cox. the publication
continue married her lawyer soon
after while 'mvernnr Cox married
his present wife and had one child.
Two children by the first marlage re-
mained with tlovernor Cox. while the
youngest remained with the mother
VICTIM MAY RECOVER
MljclH IL. It 11 for I. if. of OM
shut liariy Suniiav Hy Ill-Jiu'krr
'I i-i int: lo Hoi) i -nmituhlui.
Th.it Minn ltrdy Cook wtt-fl wa
( ritlrully woinulcit ut 2 0 OlOOl f'i"
lay morning wlion hrr OOmMnlon
A. A rr al t i 1 itd to reMrtt u hi
Jark-rr on th Brokvn Armw roail
ins jl Hllkht chunrf of rtcov'ry hvhh
th vcrnlct of ruirhfH who ar? (it
tandlng ' thn ydUllg woman at th
Tulna hotxpital Hit OontMUon how
ivrr 1- roRarrtfrl riH olrrmcly m
rioiti hMatiM (ha robbtr! bulM
irrrrl h-r neck Just hf low Hip jaw
-oil p vf-rori a main hhxirl vt-rtis-.
A "Ml nit; lo Mi. tory told hy
Orr who Ik a Ir.iK'linaT nalrnrnan
from ( 'hhwiKo. thf y wrre motortriR
about a milt rant of thn rlty when
hall id by a hold up man who
lliapd on thfir iiirtnliiK hoard
f lourlnhlnfr a rfvol vr. intr .m op
pOrtonUy t' f'dl the man. Mrr
riahhrd at Ihr wr-pon whllf hr whm
hfinc MAfffhtd. llirM nhotH follow-
i two nWnf wild and a third
woundinfr Orr In th hand. Thn
th- annuitant hrokr away ami firrd
a foiuth aho( which Mmrk Mios
New York Life
Farmer & Duran
203 Falftpj BMf t Wmmm
They Open Convention
Thr niiiot-rntlr national ponvftti-
linn will opn today at Han Kran-
rtfirn. HoiTirt H CUtHRllttl of OM"
MGtleut chairman of th naMniirtl
committer will tlellvfr thf keynote
a(SdrMi M tMiip"rur chalrhtan f
tho en 1 1 vmi 1 1 i ii .1 . BrUOO K rem or of
Montana vice rhalrman of IA0 na-
Mnnal OOlUmlttM) ha btn dr-
Ik om tod to ooll tho cnv nt ion tn
ordr ulncn Mr. i'nmnilnna will act
an temporary rlfilrman.
Mr Cumtlllnffl hfti lio hrr
apoken of an permanrnt chairman.
Homer s Cnmmlng at
DIES IN WATER
Ward Cummings Drowns
in Sand Springs Pool
at Early Hour.
WAS POPULAR YOUTH
Sank Without Sin of Diiv
tre8; Efforta of Friends
to Revive Him Futile.
ja' lthnut any nljrnal of nimrcaa or
nthrr warnlriK to hla frl- nda Ward
CummlBffti W l. nHtppi-arml
il tlctly llUdof thr wtor at fand
lrlnK" park w!irre he wan t.iklnv
an early morning IfiftfH youtrrday
with a party of Tuloo voiipr pfoplo)
forty mln u ten lattr Ma body Wim
taken frfnn the wat er hy aeaivhTn
and more than one and a half hunm'
effort! with the pulimoter failed to
Young 4'ummlnKa wa the only
ori of Mr and Air and Mn. Kred
I'ummlnfri owner of the TuJaa
rarment factory At KaM KevtTitli
and Kfii'iHha atreeia. The tragedy
waa a rriiMhlna; blow to tho parenta
and the mother ivaa reported in n
orlOUl condition laat night The
yniinff man had boon Himely tfienti
Tied with hi falh r bUMItOOl of
0f and It had hrcn Mr t'ummlngr'
hope t hat hla aon would eventually
nut reed him In the proprletorahlp
f the factory.
CummlnpH left hla liunm with the
Fwlmmlng ;arty about tl o'clock He
vtH a i urnpnni' l hy Mra rtart ara
Itrawner an elder alater and Mary
Cummlflfflj a younger Mater Artith
Williams John Hirrtaon Kdna
H'agner nnd I'hll Mendrtcka all of
whom aro young people about hla
They had not hern In the water
long OfhOtl Ward who hla O00
panlona aay waa an eipert awlinrner.
disappeared tn the water. Although
h" had nUI HO audible nolae he-
fore gidng unt r hla oiOparoona
OOn lomniO alarmed. I'hll Mend
lieka dlvfl repeatedly in a fiantli
effort to hrlng hla fried to the aur-
facn Although hla attempt to find
''ummlng WU futile he would dealtd
only Whon forced out of the water
by utter exhauatlon.
Heart failure la accepted by f'urn-
mlng'a friondl a the probob0 OB-
plahiatton of hi rnyMerloti alnk-
ing without any appar-nt atruggle
and tho Inability of the lung motor
to rootoro reaplratton.
Having lived In Tulna almont all
of hi life and having o natural
fa ulty of making friend young
Cummlng waa wld'dy known In the
city. In addition to thoe who rame
In contAOt with him while h waa
ait' iiding Tulaa high a hool he had
won the frlcndahlp of RtimborlOOi
portOIIO I" hla hualneaa actlvitlea.
Rooldontit yung and old. In tha
nalffhborhood where ho ha grown
Up st iik o him aa a dean upright
moral young man of the hlghcMt
owing to the condition of the
heart-broken parent no funeral ar-
iangmenta have. l-en made. The
body U In the caru of Muwbray'o.
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H aWoo mm m& : 1
Union Kremer at Right.
Colby Is Named'
Leader On Floor
HAN rRANOtaCO Jim it-
HalnlirldRx Culliy secretary of
state has lirrn selected as flour
leader fur the admlnlstrailiin
forcee at the democratic uttvsn-
tion. lie slta a a ilelt'Kuta from
the District tit Oplurabla ami
runies us one of rreeldnnl Wilaon'e
epokesmrn. Mr. Colby conferred
with the president just lefore
sturtlnK tnr Halt craticleco.
CtuUrmM t'umntlnira of tha
democratic national committee. It
was announced tonight will take
persons! i lmrn' of the administra-
tion program of electing Henator
'llass of Virginia rhalrman of the
resolution eonimlttee In the fane of
the fight helng made to elect
Henutiir Walsh of Montana.
While KeruUor Walsh support-
ers dlsililm that theirs wits an
antl-adnilnlstratlnn fight the ad.
ministration forces In selecting
Mr Cumlnlngl to take charge of
their Interest diclaicl they re-
garded the uioveiiicnl .is an autl-
ndmliiM'rs.lon unn led liy W. J.
Hryan although they did not con-
elder Hrnstor Walsh an anti-
administ raiiun man
llllllln. .c..rKlu M. r. limit I Mi. I
and l''our Arc IVouniM.
DIIRMN la. June 27 H. I.
Jenkins merchiiiit sml former nitty
or. was killed nnd four oilier men
wounded two of whom may die In
a pistol battle between rival factions
ut t'.ililwell 20 miles from here In
Iiurens county lute lust night.
The wounded are lliiam Mulls
postmaeter mayor und merchant
not esiei t.'d to live.
C. V. Cadwell farmer dnngeroiisly
John Qtillllniir. arm broken by bul
John Itc .Miimfleld scalp wound
made by piatol ball.
HARDING MAY TOUR
IteptihlicHii l hI'j '.hi oml-
iw'a I'l.ui for Making "Trout
WASHINGTON June 27 riana
of MU)f Hirding tha repuhllran
I prOOldOntwl eandi'lati- to OOHQUOl a
' front por h" onmpftlgn la opposed
hy aorne aenatora and oiher repuoli-
(can leadifra from the weat. ThOM
leadera think the Henator ahould
I make at leaal on "wing around the
etrolo" with opOOht In the principal
j citleB of the weat ho aa lo come in
Olooor peraoiai touch with th vot-
er. I'nder Senator Harding'a preaent
i plana he will RpOttd virtually alt hla
lino' unti the election at hi home
in Marion (ihio speaking to dotOgO"
Uoni ttOWV H part tif the couniiv
Some tthort trlpH would be nia do to
; speak on set occasion In nearby
Re(Uet that the Henator change
hla plana ao a to Include a weat
I ern awtng have been made to the
! iiomtnea in person ami alao to Chair-
j loan Koyi f the republican national
1 committee by a number c western
Committeeman Love of
Texas Makes Definite
Flurry 18 Caused il Delejra-
tioiiH Flock to Former Sec-
retary at. Conventitn.
CLAIMS AS HIGH AS 600
Maximum Figure Set Au-
thoritive Statement De-
manded but iacking.
HAN PrtANCIH. June An
nouncemcnt here tonight that Wil-
liam U. MeAdoo would not relent the
' e u i . i i . 1 1 1 presidential i:omi':atlo i
o'erturnnrl the whole situation aa to
andtdalea before tho convention
which now la to have it "big three."
National t "ommlt tee man Thomas it
Jajve of Texas regarded as Mi -
Uoo'a apokesman without giving
spr cificatlong puhliely nial'a he had
assurances that M r. MOAdoOJ w ouht
acept If nomlnatipd.
He dei llnrd to ainplif v hla state
Mr. Love'a statement fnlolwa:
' "11 io n ur m loll la 1 1 1 1 ue-ti t ly
AHkcil ulH'iher In view of Mr. Mir.
Artno's: alio re (helrt that hla name
not b iitariiUtl to tl viiV4n-
tlon he would iiccrpi Uh UOIIllUO
tlon If mad .
I My Willi awoiriinrc. that If
iiomliiuietl. lu wiU aua :t'U
I'ho i-oiwii.ntly Im-ronelng tlr-
inniitl for Mr. .MadiHi'N nnml-
tlon among arriving unliit.riiotfl
deh gan s i Minl'i'o. inu tiiat lie
wUI ta nominated. IV-tcui will cast
Hi vofw for him from tin- iN'gln-
ling until h In nominated. '
Move Tnkt Jump.
The MeAdoo movement which haa
been straining at thu leash took on
a new meaning and his boomers at
once asserted that they;' would bo
high In the list when the first bal-
lot was concluded.
Klva) fOfOOg were not i-ertaln what
would bo the effect of Mr. Love's
annniuieemcttt. The Oix ea.mp as-
ortoo early n tne day that every-
thing posslb'e would he done to bring
the MeAdoo nonement out Into IbO
open to force an vaTly show of
Horn of the Palmar supporters
runceded that MeAdoo ns an OCtlVt
i u ndldatf from t hi beginning prob-
ably would reduce the attorney gen-
ral's vote on tha firat ballot hut
they mi id they also welcomed a clean
open eontfgjt from tho start.
Then was immediately a return
of strength from original MeAdoo
boomer who h&Vfj been at raying
away Into other clmpH as i h former
neerelary has repea'edly deelarnd he
would not heroine a candidate. Iie.l1-
gales who h'! not orlrfinally mado
h lm lhlr ffrat rhotci . hut made him
aeeond on hla statement of de-
ell nation. Immediacy returned hW
name to first plaee. Various alalH
delegations hofdlug criucuae agreed
to vote for him
Aa the revs of Mr. T)Vf's state-
ment spreoV among tho dclegati
t here ws ImtnPfliul fly a turning
movement which began sweeping the
delcgati s who prefer MeAdoo Ifitg
a coheslvo force which bi-nan at
mce to renew efforts to bring about
I'p to the time of Mr. Ive'o
statement MeAdoo hooniern were
(Imating theli ntrength from Jiu to
us high a 6tt0.
The first off 001 of Mr. lve'a
statement was to rteato an Immedu
ate demand for further and more
authoritative Information in view
of Mr. lloAdt 0 i repeated declara-
tions that he did not wth to bagpgM
a candidate m inv KpresHed tne
views that Kometbtng should 'e given
to th' delegates either from Mr.
MeAdoo himself or hearing in tin un-
mistakable wuy his approval.
Has No Organisation.
Mr MeAdoo' 00 nd idacy lias hecr
Rlgnogod here hy an informal com-
mittee without organization and with
the intention of not huving his naniu
formally presented to the convention.
The plan low h en to haw- no nunil-
natlng speech and no formal prea-
entatlon of their candlda'e but to
nominate him by Ahit:ma raotln
her first ballot for him. Then nf
OOrdlng 1 their )lanH the other
State deieKal 1'ios Wrie tu pllw In
their voteH and moke a showing.
Ilw many votes Ho M A loo forces
can muster on the firnt laillQt Is
problematical gooordhig to their eo
tlmates. Some tupportoro havo d-
olfkrod they OX DOOt aa many ao 25'
and that they lmv information that
enough dclegati fuvor him for suc-
hnd choh o to run hi ha lot up to
rwre than fin" The minimum they
expei t him I. poll arly in the bal-
loting they s.i y in a Wen 2 50."
t'on f us. on which Mr. McAdoo's
telegrami havi caused in the puhlio
mind la shared hy his wai mcst sup-
porter hero. The loot word from
him was a reiteration of his former
declaration that he would not per-
mit hi name to oe presented. Hut.
his supporters point out he never
ha said that he wotup hot accept
Ui nomination If it egg-o tu him
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