Twin Falls Chronicle, June 29, 1920

Twin Falls Chronicle

June 29, 1920

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Twin Falls Chronicle (Newspaper) - June 29, 1920, Twin Falls, Idaho TWIN FALLS CHRONICLE TWIN TUESDAY June PRICE FIVE PAYS TO GLASS CHAIRMAN RESOLUTIONS COMMITTEE SEME For Half an Hour Delegates Engage in Cheering for Chief CUMMINGS DELIVERS KEYNOTE ADDRESS Scores Attitude of Republican Party and Ridicules Plat form Adopted at Chi cago By the Associated SAN June From the shadow of the Gate the hosts of democracy sent a roaring tribute across the coun try today to President The national conventionflung aside for the moment busi ness before it while delegates on a demonstration that swept the great gathering off its MUST OBSERVE June a speech at the opening bf the new reichstag today Konstantln chancellor of German declared that the German people scarcely recognized the burdens imposed by the Versailles peace He said it was necessary for Germany to fulfill all the lations of the as far as 1 CALLS ON BLOCK TIE By Associated NEW letter from McAdbo in which he appeals to all organizations to exert themselves and unitedly against the re establishment of reaction in America1 was made public here The dated June was in reply to a communication from John secretary of the metal council of New York city and vicinity which informed McAdoo that more than wage earners i which has the courage to explicitly declare for liberal and progressive and that candidate who is fearless enough 10 espouse them vig orously and which will command the respect and secure the votes of a majority af our countrymen in the coming Rights of The rights of humanity must be put above the rights pf therights of each should be paid Within its just As I said in a recent letter to the metal trades council Of Brooklyn TO SOLVE June Hugo Htm German capitalist and direc tor of the Woermann Shipping is urging creation of a large international organization to solve problems of the Eu international economic says a Berlin dispatch to the This in his should be based on FrancoGerman tiictt mure ilcio nit lit l iiuues uuiuicii ui i wo Republican Nominee Has Plenty to represented by the council recomlcan not with complacency or in Do An Admirer Sends Him By the Associated June an ticipation of his departure Saturday for his a busy week faced Senator the re publiean presidential when mend you as the popular candi date for president that thedemocratic party could possibly After thanking Mulholland for the unsolicited and unexpected in the letter continues We are facing problems in this country and the world which re quire not only the highest order of but the most patriotic nui tne mot he reached Washington tonight after d enlightened support of a weekend visit at the country These questions must tate of Senator Frelinghuysen at Raribe met and Jsionand appeals toj Accompanied by Harding anU blind passjOnand selfish Senator Kellogg of have lost their and wom Harding reached Washington MAKES A NEW RECORD 10 oclock werijT directly deeply jt la onVthat party his Since the candidates departure Frli CCDfCAMT DATTIHlI T17 day a large amount of work has ac UfiJVUEAn 1 cumulated but he hopes to clear this away before leaving To Confer The sehatpr and Governor Calvin Coolidge of republican choice for the vice will confer here relative to campaign plans and their forthcom ing speeches of Handing today received a small good luck horseshoe forced by Charles Dorsuch who in letter said he it would bring the largest measure of sent a one in with the that the senator would receive the republican presidential nomination and wrote that he trusted this one would bring better difference upon the restoration to power of the selfish forces which have been reasserting themselves with such vigor and volubility in America and throughout the I there that your organization and all organizations of will exert themselves intelligently and unitedly against the reestablish ment of reaction in America arid in favor of humane and powerful forces which truly rep resent the interests of the great masses the common people and thereby secure to our country the benefits and blessings the tinued triumph of genuine democracy alone can give WILL REVIEW CLAIM OF HEED TfiIA SEAT TJy SAN credentials committee of the demo cratic1 national convention tonight de cided to hear and the claim of Senator Reed of Missouri t6 a seat as a It was a half hoar before the evoked by a sudden dis play of the presidents portrait be Again again as his name was mentioned the chorus broke out to culmi nate in of approval tlmt ndopted sent to the White Mouse tonight a striking axial of his partys faith and pride In the man who has led it for sev en taroublons Details Well Arrangements for the first national political convention to be held in the ITar West had been well The its clean architectural lines jamost unmarred by added decora was and through a dozen entries the thousands poured in with delay or They found a wide octagon space awaiting with a massive organ rearing Its stockade of abdve the platr ifOFm and the sides rising to a far of seats under high framing squares Of Californias blue Over the center of the hall where delegates sat railed within a widej Heeds opponents asserted the com sauare of an inner ceiling wasmittee had no jurisdiction but their colored in old blue contentions finally were dismissed that rested the eye and lent someand the case was set down for hear tlilng of quiejt dignity to the ing in its one being allot a forest of stout standards ted to each bearing the names of the states and The credentials committee elected territories was theonjy reminder of chairman and national conventions of the proceeded to hear the argument In Perched high beside the organ in a the Georgia in which the na special a military band pftrhlled tlonal committee has seated Palmer away the j delegates and ratified the selection of As the noon hour and the opening Clark Howell as national committee time approached a color guard of maWan over the contest of the Smith rines appeared on the Watson six foot with the gleaming Oregon was expected to present a tolda of a regimental flag in his contest when its name was made a vivid spot of color on the j At his side stood the armed PILE NOMINATION PAPERS By the Associated June Sergeant Bottrielle of McCook today made a parachute de scent of what said to be feet an be lieved to be a The piloted by Sergeant Mar climbed to an altitude mark the indicator as it was Bottrielle climbed out onthe fuselage to make his The wind caught his parachute and pulled him through the tail of tearingoff the He bruised the muscles of his arm and strained tne Bottrielle landed near German ten miles west of with his parachute ripped where it had been in contact with tall wires of the The plane landed MEXICANS TO REVIEW FAMOUS JENKINS CASE By the Associated MEXICO June case of William for mer American consular agent 1 at who was kid naped by bandits last fall and charged with having con nived at his own will be says a Puebla dispatch to El Allwitnesses for the prosecu tion in the previous trial will be examinedto determine whether they were obliged to testify against The defendant himself declared he wants the noonday light thrown on the the dispatch Forty Indians were io testify today in the first criminal court at Puebla regarding false accusa tions are alleged to made against said a dis patch to Former of Treasury Tells Newspaper Reporters He Does Not Care for the Associated June McAdoo informed a newspaperman with whom he consented to talk at his country home here tonight that he docs not want to be bothered about He refused absolutely to dis cuss the democratic national con vention or the statement of Thomas national com would not refuse the presidential nomination if the convention tendered AVatchman on The newspaperman was stopped by a watchman who forbade entrance the grounds but he was induced to communicate with who appeared shortly what is mind Mr The caller explained he desired to discuss the democratic convention and the question whether McAdoo would accept the where upon McAdoo stated he would have nothing to on these sub jects for Theformer secretary of the treas ury said he had no means of com munication With the convention and that he preferred to learn of its Activities through the like any other interested He declined therepprtersoffer to keep him informed convention de Glass Heads Committee on Resolutions and Robinson Permanent COMMITTEE IS WORKING HARD ON THE PLATFORM AH Sorts of Suggestions Made How to State Position ef Party and Not Get Into Ry the Associated SAN June Women To Keep Excited Men Peaceful at San Francisco ator Glass of Virginia chair man of the resolutions commit tee which will draft the plat form of the democratic national convention and the selection of Senator Joseph Bobinson of Arkansas for permanent chair nidn of the admin istration forces to night that they were in complete control of the ma i Any planks which William Bryan may desire to have cd in the platform and to pass approval of the tions wfll have to be brought into the con vention with ttio endorsement of only a minority Senator Bobinson is accounted thoroughgoing administration i T WORKING ON SAN June fight over the league of invaded a developJ ment take place at San Francsco j may I communicate withybu the interviewer thank I would not an swer the The reporter then volunteered to bring the and McAdoo noncommissioned officers of the col or guard antj them two marine WITH THE COUNTY CLERK Kremer Gives certificate for the republican nom When Vice Chairman Kremer of lnatlonl for offlce of sheriff 8ub the national committee gave the tne deolsion ot the republican a BUgier sounded The staccato call rang out over the uproar of The first notes of the Spangled Banner sounded f rbm the band and thfl and as nouncement was has spectators attendants stood a flledhiB certificate of nomination in monster flag dropped from the ceil1 th COHnty clerk for the Frank prosecuting at has f fled1 for the pffice which he now State Senator wlioae an ing toform a wall of color behind the It obscured the view of the band gallery and as it the booming tojaea of the organ rosfe from behind Joining with ma jestic itiunder in the an From and galleries spec jolnedKffHhe mighty Then canie touch that set the Office of the county clerk f the qffice of state FINDSf CIWH PBOSPBOT GOOT By the Asaoclatea Henry prominent merchant of is in Twin Falls looking after his interests on the has been identified with the teaefc and shall have to insist riot being MADOO SAN June ismbre McAdoo talk in the air to night than there is change apparent in the real Tonight there were the first signs of a movement among the leaders and managers to round up sentiment among the uninstructed delegations of nom Subjents which have troubleii demo cratic leaders in preconventlon dls cussiops was centered tonight in the conference room of the committee platfbrm and Some of those most experienced In the ways of platform building pre dicted it might be three days before the finished product ready for submission to the and that even then there probably would be minority reports bringing the pro hibition issue at into afight on the convention All elements were represented on the which had one mem bisr ultra wets and ultra league ad vacates and league opponents and representatives of nearly everv other shade of opinion on many other pub lic Bryan Was Principally thenight is given over to the meeting of the four big com mittees in the great building which also houses the convention auQito The leaders and candidate managers are all under one and they are engaged mainly in Nugent of New was the field marshal of the wete In the treaty fight the administration rep resentatlves included Senator of Virginia and Secretary Colby of the state while In oppo sltlon to the administration of owning eveloped one Qf 80 f one of174 pWpe business they are not losmg the opportunity to confer and possibly get togehter on the makings of a slate of their own or perhaps accept one which the drift among the delegations may be forcing on SAK on himt Turn out the Jruardl OaU a cop And thatsthe place m the democratic yvafU Jtod Mto Ethel Miller and Miss flfiey are the first iromen ever to be sejfgeantsatajapiw democratic 1 ready for UK 4B McAdoo boomerd hoped all day that their candidate would make come statement amplifying the declaration of National Committeeman Love of Texas that the nomination would not so Some were disappointed and others thought view of repeated previous declarations of was pursuing a wise course in remaining silent Palmer and Cox people v continued their efforts to make a strong ing on the opening About several others who voted In the sen ate to take the republican reserva Bourke Cochran of New York waslhe leading advocateon thocom mlttee on an Irish independeneft Besides there were many other distinguished democrats on ttie committees including President Marshall and former Chairman Vance McC One complete many and enough looBtf to last ihe parfar for many yeaw com were on flW when tee met JPhe tte entirety was that adop democratp forces would agree vaa would be no the f Cpnttnued On Page 4 f t j S f r K i ;