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Laurel Daily Argus, The (Newspaper) - June 17, 1912, Laurel, Mississippi 7 I ASSOCIATED PRESS DESPATCHES Wll FIVE CENTS A COPt of Republican Convention i e ii iW 5'' i -j 1 s nel of renounced in favor of would vote for BOLTS June p. ael this t the delegates from New Jersey and in and a ly forced him retire to the headquArters where a family conference was the in Matthews at ALL ARRANGEMENTS MADE FOR MOST SENSATIONAL IN Taft Contingent But Roosevelt Storm is Gaining mentum and May Sweep tion Like Tidal Associated June the Republican convention less thart twenty-four hours the Taft and Roosevelt leaders are playing their last I in the most strenuous and sensa- tional tight ever made for a Thai the Roosevelt leaders intend to precipitate a tight by demanding Mbe roll call of only those whose credentials are undebated is will be the first tion presented before the Dpon the Taft faction wilt immediately in- the Roosevelt floor leader will then move the substitution of the temporary roil prepared the the delegates claimed Should this motion it would would give the Roosevelt forces the upper hand in the organization of the Chairman Rosewater conferred Roosevelt late last night on this but it i; understood that he refused to an- or not he would recognize the motion -or await ihe report of the on The leaders are willing to allow the credentials by Chairman to the seating ot the If they fari secure the adoption of the motion to mit the delegates claimed by velt to participate .in the tion of the it is stated positively that the Roosevelt ers prepared to force the issue holding a l convention of their own in the same hall and mg The Taft leaders are fully aware of the desperate program which the Roosevelt will endeavor to carry into no stone will be lef in the effort block the BORAH PRESIDE OVER THE CHICAGO was MISCREANT CUT WIRES FOR A OF MUJE June ly tis Feet of Highest Class Motion Pictures Every picture licensed and passed by United States Board of The beautiful The Turkish A society With the of the Horse Ex- pert PRICES 5c Chi First show at of program Senator Borah had been definitely selected as the choice of velt 1'orces for temporary chairman in place of Governor of who has been chosen floor leader at the suggestion of Colonel COlonel has arranged reception for this when it is expected that he will ally meet and shake hands with all of delegates to the Platforms are June The Taft and Roosevelt platforms are both for submission to the James A. that the Roosevelt platform would be a plank leaving the question of recall to the several Looks Like a Oklahoma recognizing the ity of a bolt in the itt a caucus of the from that state a resolution to bwid the delegates to support the ness of the convention for e r president or vice president by a vot of 18 to 2. Congress Takes June 17. Because of the fact that were too much interested in the bulletins from Chicago to transact Congress today until Too Busy for June of- attending the Philadelphia ington baseball game as previously Taft today decided to remain in his of- fice arid receive reports Chicago have made to receive details of move made in the tion hall special wires jr White ROOSEVELT TO DISCUSS OF COMMITTEE June veit is expected to discuss the work of the National committee and to further the policy of his campaign in his speech at the mass Yesterday ot was in en- io secure blood to track who Mr. Tom Moore in a peculiar morning Mr. Moore covered that fence for over a quarter of a mile had beeji wire clippers having been used to cut each out on the side of each Tracks were and it was believed that if blood hounds could secured they discover the person who was re- sponsible for the Mr. Moore lives at which is ofte of the quietest and most law-abiding communities in the and knew no reason wh one should wreak vengeance him in such an unusual June 17.- Usher today cabled from namo a confirmation of report that and Lacoste were killed m Both Were commanders insurgent army and the believe that the loss means a speedy termination of the Would Hang insurgent leader charge of the forces in this day issued a proclamation ing that he would hang any map who approached him with a gestion tnat he should 156 Rebels June cis Valiente reports that 150 rebels have surrendered in the tion of Oriente in- are said lo be wholly dis- and it is the belief that the general revolt will be quelled within a few GEORGIA DELEGATES INJURED IN WRECK BUT NEW YORK DEMOCRATS BUSY IN Press June Several of- of the Democratic slate left for Ball i more this ing lo urge nomination of May or Gaynor for desire to meet and confer with delegates as I hoy arrive and to pledge some of lo second II is frankly that of i he association is un- authorized Mayor meeting only He will be the Hughes Talk June of the nomination of Hughes as a compromise candidate is heard on all sides here de- spite the fact that he is In no sense a candidate for The champions or minns believe that Roosevelt OPPOSES PLAN TO OUST MAJOR GENERAL WOOD AS OF June Taft today vetoed the army and sent a message to congress indicating his legislative would oust from his office as on March -i provision that Wood chief of staff M New Crop lust Received May a haul at in The room Of Mr. K. E. the was entered and Mr. Perkins in which he had from the The money from and they thrown on roof of At the home of Williams about was A week or two ago store of Harden Brothers was Press June train ing the Georgia delegation to the Republican convention was wrecked just outside of the this morning and several members of the party were not but so badly that the Georgia caucus was postponed until this NEGROES i elect the temporary chairman of convention by a majority larger than Southern will switch tho nomination from Taft to CLEANING A SHOTGUN WHEN WEAPON WAS Brother or the Late Mayor Noble and a Highly Whose Death Will Be Mourned By Large Circle of. Associated June Governor of floor leader for the Rosevelt said this afternoon the Roosevelt supporters would READY FOR ROOSEVELT'S COUP Daily Argus June following a conference held here i Jus declared they ready for any parliamentary coup the leaders at- They denied charging with last 10 try lo effect a adding with in chair they douhly Harry Saps Brother is Certain to Win Out Associated June of brother of tlm dent arrived here this morning and is a He says the Taft isn't the least bit and that will pull through nl Mr. who was recently lined under a charge of selling a quart of requests us to slate that he made no promise to leave the nor was any upon the part of anyone that he do so. The Ar- gus makes correction in justice to Mr. Tn conversation he had that he might be- of business reasons move but such wss in mitigation of The following licenses have issued by Circuit Clerk T. to Miss Mat tie June io lo Misa married by H. A. Thigpen on 10. Pnge Miss Juno to Will i June E. to B. The next act will open at win cure Perth N. June The that strike would be settled today was not The of the her Asphalt Company and American and Refining Company re- fused to compromise on the offer of wages for BIJOU THEATRE DA adl apd Character Singing by Mr. C. Popular and Ballads Three of Pictures Changed Daily 5c and lOc While cleaning a in the little store he con- ducted OB this at 1 Nathan Noble accidentally dis- charged the contests of the gun in his left killing himself in- The store la on Ihe di- in front of the The business has been Mr. and his Mrs. a under the firm name of May Mr. Noble resided with his in a cottage ad- joining the Directly across the street is ihe office of Dr. in which Dr. Chapman was sitting at the time of the Tho store room in dent occurred is a small a cutting off a rear about six feet with a door in the center of the In the corner towards the a box red which hung loosely down to the with a hole six inches square torn the corner of it. Mr. WHS sitting in a chair in ihe front door of the when he heard a. report like the bursting of a soda Dr. Chapman across Um and Dr. on the gallery of Mrs. May's house heard die but did not think it but a bottle by Dr. Dr. body was id a and lite floor with A foot m Jn was at his and a upon of which a cloth tiad clean the The load entered passing oui and HKI shot into ihe ceiling feel the Mr. face Imd blown off and life before He was to and only an hour or two his had Iris wast upon an ft was hold an as ff was an Mr. was of aud a member of the He leaves a and arid Mrs. two Messrs tis who is in and Roy who is in The sisters surviving him are Mrs Mayx Mrs. A. Mm and whet lives in a wife and Iwa years death of Albert one of the best-known of by the tragic death of deepens the sorrow of a ing who have heat sympathy of the people of city this Wr A. a Houte 3 in morning with ton bloomy plucked from hn and says hft has viJs in his but no vils so Hft haft form in a bottle and in awaiting i j
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