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   Bakersfield Californian (Newspaper) - June 28, 1920, Bakersfield, California                                h 1 i 1 7 l r J 1 J L f KM 1 Main Section Covering Local atid Telearaph Associated Presi Service Qtves Atl the Newt All tha COMPLETE ASSOCIATED PRESS SERVICE JUNE 1920 P riMG v tT Telegrapli Lines Are Cut and Roads Blocked With Trees IN STREET CLASH L Anarchists With M a c h i n e Gun Terrorize People of Ancona June Reports of in widely separated parts of appear to corroborate thff Impression that they are part of a deep scheme to over turn social order throughout the entire Unemplcvment is the alleged reason for the strikes now In progress and In red flags have been hoisted above the municipal Telegraph lines have been cut and roads blocked will trees at Callazo and Carbines In armored cars have dispersed rioters at At Ron an aqueduct has been UteronUiH lins burst out violently at IMonibino ami sold UTS mid polce have been with rcvnhoiH and hnnrt clps Hiui havfi replied with ma Mtiny utOc liuvc ami r art reported in ANARCHfSTS HAVE MACHINE GUN UOMI1 K in and around Anrona diHpatcluH from thtit tlty Anurcn bcllcvcvl to notWHK a iniuliiDo arc ronrcntiutiiify n round the lalinr bu reau Tli roc have bucn killed in encounters UuinCoree yerc met with shots from neigh boring houses ami H iH said women par ticipated in tlio Two trains were attacked near ttor On one train eight passcngcrtf were wounded ami five of tlicm subae Muently The train was car ry Intf of whom one was killed and four A has arrived at Ancona with for the troops ONE POLICEMAN SLAIN AT REZZOTO I and popiilurlsU cliiKlicd at policeman wji killed and it iH bu there wove other BARRACKS ATTACKED RIOTERS KILLED Jimr IJjirnieUs wnro itltaekcil lienvestertlny but Ihi jtnlH wore cf the riotcra wore killed and nuiuy IIMVC hfin mrerf There wuiu a luunlior ul the police Jinii aiuon QUIET RESTORED IN CENTRAL ANCONA ROM June QuUjl wus rvslorod today by in the iintral part of aecordlns lo disputhes from lhat thu uiiarchlats wlu have creating serious disorders there re to the One and persons were placed nnUur Assails Suppression of Speech in War Donounelnff the of Hpeeuh during the Professor Stanley Kypins of Ihe University of Minnesota told the Cook eounty committee of fortyeight tion last iiitflit that oven the tnall of cabinet assistants uas not safe from scrutiny Uy tlie miUtury Intolllgcme who wrrvcd in the intelligence declared ho luul opened the mail of third ass aeUeUiry of teeiurto lie penoil to be in eoiTfHpuntleiice with a eormelentious I opened he bouause tho mon who orderocl jne to do it hud bay onets at Uioir backs anil 1 had lo Three in Court for Enright Slaying Jtinu Tim Mur labor Mike and Vincensso jointly charged with today were brought before Judge Joseph Sabuth lo fact trial for thoir alleged connexion with Mie death of Maurice MoHKy Knriffht last JSnrlglit WHS killed us the result of a dispute over the leadership of the street sweepers It is TOUR DE FRANCE STARTS The Tour dc a race on around start Theie were HO The rare will cover three HUNS BEHIND IN COAL June Germany million in arrcaru uf her concer delivery of coal in execution of the treat of today in the Petit Par EXPLOSION KILLS RUBBER FIRMS HEAD June liam 33 years presi dent and general manager of the Vulcweld Tire and Rubber and James general were killed early today by the explosion of a Frank the presidents lost an arm and suffered other Injuries whtch may prove Fumes had been troubling work men and the three men went to the factory ahead of the day force to work on machinery designed to re move the When the door of an overheated dryer was opened flames shot forth and ignited Bonus Legislation Up to Democrats June men among convention delegates today perfected plans for obtaining Iho indorse ment of the Democratic party for bonua iltuhaiU Sceley eliairman of the Washington state delegation Major Ken nctt of son of Repre sentative Champ Clark Colonel Barry of and Jtobertson of selected to appear before the resolutions committee with the plunk drawn for its 4 L V H 1 No ecrets ocra tic Conclave By ALFRED HABRELL AN June in advance of I he assembling of delegates to tlie National Democratic convention in the big in advance of the keynote speech of Homer with his message it is presumed will reflect the views of Presi dent in advance roar of approval ofwhat is equally the silence of of either measures or the observer cannot fail to gather some distinct impressions which or may not indicative of the action V f 1 f i rea I of a great parly convention and of the policies of a For from the crowds night and mill through of the or jam the headquarters of rival or fill committee rooms thai are as numerous as the lobbies One One fatally Hurt Result Auto Accidents Here Seven a iiceldontfi of more or loan OUM nature in Kurn county j Mud fatal ouLuoino in one and an other tlcaih Mill probably result while other pcrHons received injurieB of IONS Morris Breareliff of this city was Instantly killed when tha truck in which Uc was rt cling turned over on tho Taft and William a la suffering from wJiich Drown tjtHtos are liable to prove UH a re sult of tiitJ which ho was riU Ijuliiff atruck by an Motorcyclist Struck a youiiK man resid ing in who rlillnw on a motor cyole with a Iwy waa run down by an tmstulnliu InjuriuM which will The oUiur young who was driving thu cscuiicd with minor in Uurehopt was taken to tlio San Joaquin where ho was treated by suffering with con of the a broken leg and bruises on the The younff man has been unconscious ever the accident and It is ex pected Mint ho will Details of the accident arc the father of JBurchcpt refusing to advance any information on tlio Aged Couple Hurt William who with liis nged are in liu SHU wlighlly injured and wufferlriB from suKiained fiom an accident when an automobile ran down 1ln wagon they were driving yesterday Lhruwlng Xhein to thu ground and duinol aged couple wore drlvtuff from Los with a horse and on their way to The accident hap penod on tho hiyhway uboul six miles the other wide of tlie Standard tanks north of As they turned u curvis in thu road they were run down by an automo hi same The driver of tUu ear did not stop but sped and the couple were up by an other oar coming toward The guilty parties have not yet been as Itout tho numbor of tho car is known by local who arc working on tho Foster and his wifo wore taken to the San Joaquin hospital and treated for tholr injuries by who atatus that they will not prove to bo Morris 2117 Twentythird thiw is und who lives at Hochheimers gar was slightly injured an a result of a eoUiHion which occurred yesterday afternoon on the IL miles this side of Broarcliffs neck VTas causing instant and Iv win escaped wKh a alight abrasion o tho Hcalp and bruises on tlij lie UtiocktuI who is a truck driver for waa biinging a load of furniture lu thr city from accompanied his friend and his truck waa struck oa theright front wlml by car of who was driv ing to the city In the samo carrying several other Armenlrout made an effort to PUSH it is striking the wheel of tho truck as he causing Irwln to lose control of the steering At this point the truck left lUc nul and plnnired over a ditch seven fed fkttred It completely turned on lie other f the pinned and it WHS sonic time before the body could Ijc lo Irwln the car driven Arineritrout was going at a high rate of While Armentrout stopped his Irwln claims he did nut offer to pick up the but drove on Into the An eye who was fol lowing the cars close said that Irwins is the same he Haw AriiHiiirout said that he every effort to pass the and after flowing HH for soumifT horn to warn Irwin that he was going to Ho states that he pulled out of tlit1 road clear of thu paved of the into the but at he oar fy the right side of tha and the collision to Dixoii and Kllckingcr Irwln was carried to county hospital ajitl later further treatment from Ills injuries ore not serious and lie Is able to be out on the street was arrestfcl by the local Imt vtWTeleaseil on his own awaiting the coro ners which will be rendered late The Kern oiitity bradi of tho South ern Autumohllc tho following niiiior An autumcilille driven Harold UuHli a nepluiw of Uueogdu of ran a oar into a UKgniph pole this morning ul the Klghtcicull und I streets and completely demoliHhed the front end of Ills The raul ator ami hood were i and the mechanism of the engine The young man driving the street when anoiaer wiileli he judged was going straight across tho tunica in from of anu It was necessary for him to turn his car into the pole to keep from hitting mo other persons accident occurred when an employe of tho King1 Lum ber collided with another car on the h IK above the damaging tho fenders und radiator of tho Scoficld Alary Baker driving lnr down an ullcy toward a garage on Bell when a car backed out o causing damage to the Ieiidf inr AMERICAN POL01STS June American army polo learn which will represent the United Stales in the Olympic games at Antwerp won the novices cup this af ternoon by dfiaUug Hunters RiinolugJi blackberries in such ob server catclies the sharp divi sion of senlintent ns to meas and notes the seeming preponclenmqe on Uiis side or juat as he finds the pop ularity or tho unpopularity of candi dates reflected those same And since the crowds that wlier ovor therois i sign of precon vention aro for the most San since thousands of aceumvaniert OelegailonH across tho each individual therefore voicing the opinion of dele leaders and gossip that comes from every lias greater significance than usually attaches to and the sentiment that IH re Jlocljud by It may be taken as a Hontl uiont UiaL has ItH iho tho and tho of who will fllrnct Iho procottdlnsa of the und of tho delegates who will receive UH Neither is onu compelled to rely wholly upon thin secondhand informa tion for the tho views of who within tlio make history in the party and in the For con trary to the situation that obtains in many a there is a freedom of expression on tUe part of delegates to this galhorlnp In San that scorns as a basis for intelligent opinion upon which predictions as to coining events may bo hazarded with Home hope that they will represent the actions of the The Wet and Dry Issue For instance there ia the Issue of wot and dry to the hour of tho hiBT of the doom of tho has hail as If not a larger place in the dlHCUHyions UIHII IULH evyii the of a presidential n and tlie arrival of from some west central Hint north and from western Now Kntflaml and New H fuicmud that tho Democracy waa doomed to nmko tin blunder of adopt nurt of nioist plank in its at MIC moment of i lie one Jtsuc 7wo ing Komu of the JUit Last ws f Jssotiukd Leased Wire June Hungarian ministry has said a telephone dispatch from Count Albert former is reported head of a new coalition June persons are dead and 80 wounded as a result of food riots in according io a Central News dispatch from Many shops were E June first official meeting of the League of Nations will be held here next June among members of the Perkins Grover Lutheran south of re sulted in some of the members breaking into the church during the night and with axes and saws destroyed pews and June deaths in this city from wood alcohol poisoning were reported to the police June thousand German and Finnish prisoners of war were drowned when Bolshevik steamer was sunk recently in the Neva according to a Helsingfors dispatch to the Central A Refuters report from Stockholm would seem to con firm this saying that a ship was sunk on the sixth of June with 2000 repatriated prisoners on does not mention any loss of June Itavana n shaken at midnight by explosion of two bombs in apertures in the walls of a police One man was injured by flj ins Keynote Speech Made by Him at San Francisco NATIONAL V L I o i m Ivl 3ft I i C TVjt l r UOMCR CUMMING3 ADOO MAY NOI REJECT IF NAMED Boomers See Chan tie of Hear I on Part of For mer Secretary June ratiier continue to be foremost toplr sti but the juinuuiiciiM nt ilwt nor iijict MIC noiiiinnMnu Ufi is und today off lawt night ation to un floor early ami a field put new lilt Into lliey IHKHII whcir limy an n tive ui for candidacy upcidy of lie Iunvrnt The MeAdno ut i i tJiiH inurninw HelccUfJ lltei from niiiny stale tJchKiitluiiK I ml for tlufr vholo o H UH said would be an uowiHLMl Nntlilni tuilhrr from AJo Adoo directly is wxjjccted lo supplement from National uin mitteeiiian of hlw frluntl thai IMI ramen have iiivrn that ihc iinmiiiulton wmld not bo whihhuiiiutf TMI mure prrHiud front ihuir ean dlUati M far lo cummand strength from havi guuo to other camps rrpc dei la nil tun that he did not to placed hi said ihuy would ahead on Loves eo dent lhat could ayree neither I a liner ur t lot a to McAdoo would fidhju aitir tinearl AN FRANCISCO AUDITORIUMpinfe blackest crime ever committed in the hlsto of the was Chairman Homer m ings definition of the defeat pfthe treaty by in his opening addrtew the Democratic National convention he j The convention got under waytodays tremendous demonstration for a great American flag was veiling a large painting of the the conventioi into a delirium of applause and continued toward a half hour despite all attempts to resume At the sight of the Presidents features roars 6f swept the hall and state delegations taking up the staridards which marked their places on the floor paraded about demonstration as usually accompanies the cessful Hurrahs for Wilson and cheers for the President drowned the band and refused to be checked if there had been any position to curtail In New York delegation something approaching a fist fight accom panied the demonstration when Franklin assist ant of up the standard to join the demonstration and several other New York delegates sought tu prevent Policeman In Scramble A tpoUccinnn mixed in tho uurumblc Jn which flntK flow anil proHpcotH of bloody noacw llooHorolt without uny daniage being done to imybotly and umrchud off bourlnev Nuw Yorks Htnndutd into the clcinonwUitUoii for the continued woll toward u half hour before Iho dcltigutCM would Lonsunt to quiet down und hear the opening U was H full hour Into when tho dele gates finally Buttled down lo hour Vice Chairman KremcrH opening speech pro n H rf i 1 I 1 IxV Montlng National Chairman Homer Cummlnifu aa tcniporary chairman of the After the prayer oanio the taklny of tho official vhototfraplu a bugle again bo Ine used to brintf thu convention to at Vice Chairman Kremor then be ffan his Cheers and yells broke In frequently as the Hpuaker prulKod Dem ocratic performances of lual yoaro ami belabored the Republican parly an a party and Tlie iiajiiuu of JofforKon and Jaclcsoii stirred up and wiicn the leatiucof nations was mentioned a demonstration broke out which WUH second only to tho the When Kivutur de clared tho worhi waM waiting I hear tho UflMion the American rlerUriit c on the league the row and wont in for jjomii prolonged Tho hand broke out tigititt tlin Majincs With Rilles Add ii t Military Touch to fc J rt BAN Juno men from Pcitttuylvanla unllvcnod prouuudlngH DU the convention Home of the aitornoy porters In another part of apomleU with a P Kxuclly ul 12 tho the convention was called toconvopifetbe color guard of Marines detailed part In the opening ceremonies liued behind the chairmans There two u color bearer ami two serff eanls urmed with HenMce and thulr un I forma added another pretty L touch of of tho delouatcH know for Ou devil duga had taken and their uppearanco dUl cause a UaluhrldKU of the adminiatratlon floor urrlvcd promptly at nuoii and took lily scat wUU iln DlHtrlct of tolumbla The Jalmur ileHKatloiiii wccmed to tho preliminary domqnatra Ilvery few minutea a new Hniiff for btitHt out from some part the hall where a grouv wnwd IulmnP nnd Then it would from a 1almcr group in some i i ii be n 1iftlc chithf of ft were 1 ini l hr i Hit fis of best puu and H talU of a but il was in lip rculin of wldh OflHtM I i iifli 1 inn uiii 1 il to lit New Chancellor of Germany on Treaty 1J i i ii rrniiMMt III1 orn Hi tin in I fir In hi nl Vr H f Ill 1C I1 Idtllj lio nt effuft tu vttf I so far as Mori J ulflnMit i lo 1 1 I ItH IlHlSCtl tr Very In in purl nuiKt tmu inMill Un ivts and If ull th Mot tj in miintiin ttoi t In ItJJiJ M or Jor BAR SILVER NEW Juno New Angle to McAdoo Boom The hiliHl turn of A duo hoom furiiiHlittil a aimlo I ilu1 fonvtintion hill ilH prtclKo rffcot on Iho HHiiatlon of the ciLiulidiiitS waa not Announcomcnl that the foriiur miTclury uf Hpito hlM UeHimiiloii tluil lie did not want the thouht willing lo JK M was variously acciptid ly t he several eUMinnls in t hr JJy mil was thr jncnts Hint lit thai HUP porters hlllmrlu plarnntl tu krrp htm in tinbuelKriiiiiil now would he un lender from the und Dial In roiiMiniiiin tho con yen lhat uf al uonM IIUMa Iiu throe run ill UK tuiidt r on the opening roll The uf a develop nint Ii I id clai ins of euti Mini 1inn 111 of 1al and i ox l ho durk champing Impatirntlj as what haplHiud tu hivv three tit Chi till which marked tin conclusion of i other Meiimvhilc the iiisteawere iiiy but there attll wtTG empty The KiiJlciios particularly had Whole empty It was they wore In filling because ut thy clone In to which all admissions were There were rcporU of whole blocks ut tickets having disappeared and the convention officials were trying to heck KromcrM but tiulrl slored and thu formal of the cull of tlie convuniioii OH motion of of Mlnno rtMoninnndnlioiis for I ho tem porary liHludiiiK nilnffH UK lunipurtiry ndopttid without Ihrlan of Smith of Vork und iinnifcl of olomdo wuro commit iiu o uscorl to the Pahuer tun luani lo discount Uin upparrnt thu intiti was made lain IUH iilwhl hy Niiliuiuil 0111 JAIVC of without Miylnw wnothnr he had any diniE authorization from il us a ppa rent that muny of tinMeAdou who liave ra a sint for with out muth uruaiilxa i irelf ed Hie at Too Early for Predictions i u format I upinion thai it still u definittly wliat would that the IjOVt only pM the tchnieal ijltuatiori Intel was Me Atloo annonnred lhat ho did not care to be a At that time both Attorney General fa liner and Governor Cox were active eandidateH anil their supporters wen elahnlny vic In llm tnt ion fur muny of thute ho had been o for other but the men Jficlared today that practicuHy levery one of oould ho brought Thoro v5iK frequent of E Millionaire Charged With Killinsr S June Ul mftllrintilre mine operator of toa Angclea uiul fuuudvr the town uf under arresl at on a of havliiK and killed hla won while they were at dinner together ycb iicordlnj to reports rereivtd lo thr poliee Ulroux bis son deniHiidid money tit addition given him during the Tlie police a imanel c in Iallier slml the mm thruliKh tlio killtUK him Tins oldir itruux one of the n IP vr cperators ol I In NVvada c levii a silver piupcry at Ironi TO STUDY JAP PROBLEM June Ju make n htudj of i uudiLions III Call tho immlKrutloii and nat roinudltiM moot at Still Itiprrscitiiitlvu Albert Johnson f the A thu too SPINNERS DECLARE STRIKE June Me cinincll uf has declared a striko to invtihc the Unl PHONE 31 To call advertising or circulation departments please telephone By an error of the telephone company another which Is connected with the editorial department has been printed lit the So call 31 when It G advertising or   

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