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Paris Morning News (Newspaper) - July 1, 1924, Paris, Texas Establish Paris Texas tuesday july 1, 1924 raw member of the Alao Ciattei Prea fifteen ballots taken without appreciable. Gain for either Smith or Mcadoo leaders indictments for Sinclair Doheny and Albert fall decided with the Gavel conspiracy of defraud the government is the principal charge made docents charged with bribery also fifteen ballots without decision among favourites a n i i Forni aim i in Teapot dome a Quot ene Are both Pwll Ftp a a a a a my tilt a Praia Washington run criminal indictment were returned by a Federal grand fur Here today against a fit ii. Kail. Fori Juif of entry. Of the Interior Harry f. Sinclair anti k l. Doheny sr., Oil Hurt Neaton and e. K Doheny. Or. As an outgrowth of in leasing of Lio naval Oil four indict meat were resumed the first named fall. La Oln not or. And to it Ohenry. Or Ihor Fig Iti Ein with conspiracy to defraud government in connection with the leasing of the California Reserve the two Doheny in the fourth indie intent were charged with inducing fall in behalf of the in in amerito Petroleum company by a a unlawful and felonious Quot payment of f 100 000 to take an unlawful no. T on. Proceeding the indictment air a that the Unn american petrol Euni company a subsidiary of the pan american Petroleum amp transport company had bean awarded by the conspiracy Quot upon terms Etui Mously profitable Quot and Quot in n Crafty deceitful and surreptitious manner Quot the contract for Drill Iii the California reserves. In addition to accepting a Margo mph of Money As loan and gifts from Edvard i Doheny and a l. Doheny. Or. It was said Secretary fall bad been guilty of overt acts in furtherance of a conspiracy. As an instance of one of these the indictment air a fall on july delegates were weary and did not await formal vote to quit work for night Mcadoo sprang Surprise but Smith countered it Newton d. Baker makes a plea for Wilson no one willing to reopen klan fight on floor discussion of such course was discouraged by managers of All candidates Mcadoo and Smith Felt the other was beaten Kansas switched on Smith ballot it me ii to bin is m .1� i met hanged to Smith Nili h 1 it a 1 i it ural. 481.5 340.5 31 fifth. 443.1 281 34.5 ninth. 444.8 27k 83 tenth 171.8 200.5 83 1 if a nth. 17� 305,5 �4.5 clo rate a a of the vote Imp Temesh at rim have Uhli ital each other senator Walsh of Montana decided two momentous Points with the Gavel Early sunday morning. He decided that there was not a a of Lucient number of seconds to the demand for a Roll Cryll on adoption of the report of the platform committee and guv eled that Quot the ayes have it Quot and again he asserted that carried a and the Gavel fell despite wished to come to a real decision. The motion for adjournment had protesting tries from those who full and Sinclair entered into Quot unlawful and felonious conspiracy to 4. 191, had sent to e. L. Doheny award to the Mammoth Oil com a letter which gave the latter an Pany a contract Quot upon terms enu it a exact copy of a letter fall had profitable Quot and in a a Craf. Sent to tie late president hard to deceitful and Gurre Philiou ing concerning the California a -1 manner ins Olving the making by a my it leasing then under to Holder of of Thor t g Ftp 0f a Law represent a m r. Not this All Oft Secretary Falls letter told do Hemiy that it writer would a a forget yur assistance m and then went on a a there will be no Posl shality of any further conflict with Navy officials and this Lepi ulment As have notified Secretary Den by Tatj to Jos pm mid conduct the. Matter of na-1 Colo. Mitor 1 should my lenses under direction of the president without calling any of his Force in consultation unless i conferred with himself personally up. On n matter of policy. He understands the situation and that i shall handle matters exactly a i think Best and will not consult with any officials of any Bureau in i department but Only with him a if and such consultations will be Eon fied strictly and entirely to mutters of general this letter m Given was never produced in the course of the sen gtd investigation a Lions and Stutz As overt acts under the the indictment set up copies of the formal offer Fop the lease made to the gov. Rement by and the Mammoth company it also included a letter written by fall March 30, 1922 Yvo. Clark a to advil a attorney in which fall an so ring the attorney s inquiry a cleared tie government particularly on the California reserves was endeavouring to refrain from a a de Vei Oping the same More rapidly the of necessary Quot fall it continued on March 2 0, 1922, also notified Frank e. Kistler who inquired As to the. Possibility of obtaining a Teapot dome lease for he producers a refinery corporation that the said Albert 15. Fall a Secretary of the Interior had not yet determined upon any Contra t for such policy and us visa pan american petrol urn amp trans tour company m arrangement for the construction of Oil storage tank in Hawaii and said that fall bad been Quot influenced in favor of his consenting to approving and arranging a Dull act and the lease Quot because quoth unlawfully and Felon-1 piously did accept and receive front j Edward i Doheny certain More Tow wit. The sum of 1100,090. J fourth and final in the series j of indictments was the indictment. Barging e. L. Doheny and k. To. Doheny. Or. In behalf of the pan american Petroleum a. Transport a company with the intent on their j part to induce aug Fri is. Fall to do i acts in violation a if his said lawful duty to have Given Quot unlawfully and felonious by to said Albert 15 full certain the sunt of $100.-000 against the peace and dignity j j of the i United states and contrary to the form of the regular Xiii Al me fit vice begins today the the sized leases but would advise the Cor tote second indictment dealt with por Atlon in time to enable it a to leasing of to Root dome to j compete for securing such on Mammoth Dii company Nugan tra. Is and Sinclair. It charged that the third indictment cited by Ftp ten a ton �/el4er by Harry i. Hint 1 Nea so Evite utile no Vouk s wham Aldon White. In the a victorial which first introduced a to faint Quot can Iati a something pc besides hell Quot and in proof of the Kansas Jour Lealiki a statement the Sun Tauwor Giulta is holding up Lor the con a duration of the nation at the ppm cratic convention Here the Tui o of Jonathan m. Due is Ivan a us bied and let shifts Boffl As tin Man who can pull the democratic pin to sucrose the election Lino nov. I u Winner. All tha direct Effort in Davis tit half have been aimed ostensibly. To making him the Compromise candidate for president. That s the Trey the game is played. No one neatly expects Davis to lie worn noted. Of course. Not even the a Tost optimistic Booster from his Nyu Home state. But by shooting at the presi Lency. By aiming High it is hoped he Davis trajectory May carry Elm to second a a Ace on the ticket ecu bring him the nomination for a ice president. F Lle claim that is made first and Foremost Lor Davis is that he is a Yeal dirt Farmer. Although of gave nor of the Sovereign state a Kansas he a ions Linen Collar and a a dished shoes in his office. His real a a reference is Lor the overalls and jumper of die Farmer. And instead a of Golf Clah he prefers to grab a to Phlork or u Hoe handle. Davis was born in Kansas 53 a a Gera ago and has lived All his life in a Larm. Ills avocation How a or has been Vieli it ing to shape affairs. Me served eight years As a member of the Kansas House of representatives and Lour As state senator be tor 0 his election two years ago As governor. Between raising Corn und hog. Davis has been a diligent student of history und economics he has a natural a attitude tor absorbing information und our Upit lying it it badly. As s i Suft his fellow Ivi i inn. As an in t Nal Gallt. What Cao talk a vol a a it rot in a a Furioli band will equal and who Knowse dually Well the in sin a is end of a Pion or of a governmental policy a the i no Pavi Tod a of Leticai War Ivor so Quot they urge Quot neither to i an economic maniac lie s a sane practice horse sen acc Farmer no Mien who knows the problem and the needs of the average Amer lean. He be presents the Contoi i cd i he and lie comes from the heart of the next to Davis As a Cand Klat aimed at the presidency la us counted on to score in the Vic presidential Circle is furl Proa Man of Bloomington. 111. Vrooman 51 years old. Look More nearly 41. He s a. Slender erect i own Nusia bed Man will a Bright Eye und in engaging smile Vrooman also is urged As a Quot Din Farmer Quot candidate. He operate some 1300 a. Res of farm lands it \ Illinois and Iowa. I a like Davis however Vrooman does t often get Between the Plo Quot handles or leave the Pitchfork still its from his farms he make his living and As he says when Farmers lose Money he lose Money. He wears the tan of a Fanner but ins bearing and general appearance make it appear rather the tan of the Tennis coi it and the g.4f links than of the Hay Field. For he a a a Liege Man itt on agricultural economics und when in lives at the Harvard More and More the the new York coi that is. Those of them West and South believe time for the Fai Mer to the Ara a cultural vol. Ceded will determine president a Clos rep a if agriculture theft Ehi a or second place on to a a be depended on to auth. A animated pro a a be a York. June 30.�?a permanent air Trail service Between no a a a York anti san Francisco starts tuesday when the first of a relay of planes starts from each terminus. Under schedules contemplating deliveries from coast to coast in less than 86 hours. The schedule is announced for maintenance in All weather with continuous flying the night routes being illuminated with searchlights to Mark the path and Beacon lights on Landing Fields. Stocks Contini r upward trend associated press new York. June 30.�?the upward movement of Stock prices today entered upon its fourth week. Trading was in reduced volume owing to the disposition of Many Large traders to restrict their commitments pending the selection of the democratic presidential nominee. Flurries of v profit taking failed to halt the rising trend which was most pronounced in equipment Chain stores and Industrial specially issues. Fifteen recreation seekers killed pre Aav Madison Square o Arden. New York. June 30 through fifteen monotonous Roll Calls the democratic National convention went today and tonight and at Midnight when the Mcadoo floor manager made a motion to adjourn the delegates a tiled out of the Hall without awaiting the formality of voting upon the motion. The Jay brought Only one conclusion that Mcadoo and Smith the two leaders each holds the veto Power on the other. The voting during the afternoon relieved at intervals by incl-1 Dent of one sort or another but j there was nothing to indicate when the band Wagon would be along. J when the convention reassembled after having filled it stomach rather Happy for the time being and contented for a wearisome grind the Mcadoo managers made their first movement on the tenth ballot j governor Davis of Kansas arose and switched the Twenty votes a from himself to Mcadoo and there j was a great Deal of applause by the Mcadoo forces. The band was a slow in getting the marchers parading and chairman Walsh Al j Lowed Only five minutes for the demonstration which was not very spirited because it was a Surprise to the Mcadoo forces As Well a others. Rut Mack and Brennan had f their Heads together in the Illinois delegation and when new Jersey was reached the Smith managers countered the blow and the Twenty five votes were swung from Sil Zer to Smith and there was in other hit of parading and Hall music. The. Jockeying gave neither Sale any advantage however and at the end of Tom fifteenth ballot the net result of the Day was a gain of 47.5 for Mcadoo. 65 for Smith and 32 5 for Davis of West Virginia most promising of the dark horses if the gains Are to be accounted As evidence. One politician of experience remarked that Quot the ice is a foot thick and not a a a rack in Madison Square Garden new York. June 30.�?the Deino i Cutie National convention went into a deadlock of serious proper tons today when it assembled to begin balloting for a nominee for the presidency. With the animosities of saturday night s fight Over the Kun flux klan Plank still ranking in the breasts of Many of the delegates the Battle for the nomination promised to add another animated and Emor Ful chapter to political history. Ninety eight Are dead in storm Newton d. Baker , Maue an impassion with son Wilson but the Xvi estimated loss in Ohio is now placed at fully thirty millions of dollars i i ninety a to be a he suit of rain and swept i Sandus. \ Luigi por of Althom a great work i dead a persons veral s or a he prop de at in Quot fears t the i Sai a i to of by c a Ido by the Elus. Vote Over the history making Plank on naming the Kun flux klan in the party platform the delegates called to begin the first Roll Call of states of a or i he vote on nomination for president. When the last Roll Call will come no one can Tell. A Bast 16 candidates with Wil for a referendum which Means that there never will be any action Smtth in it a Alfred a j a some leading were assured votes on the first ballot. The a deadlock Secretary of War in the Wilson administra-1 f it a a Plank which would he consonant Ihu wishes of Woodrow Wilson. He invoked the name of Wii she pleaded. There was great applause for the name of on doctrine was cast aside anti the Bryan plan also cited p Ami new York Juno demo or tic National convention set out today upon the Long Long rail at the end of which it will find i nominee. ally willing apparently to it was adopted instead. Know n poisoned Dart a a situation that has shown no sign of relaxation during the week of campaigning see nod to have cities against the presence of been affected Only slightly if at All american naval forces in Haiti 1 the klan fight. The federation is now in a ssi it a Mcadoo it and Smith worker it in Hert. Vot. <1 he last hours preceding the balloting to consolidating their to in i s w a it which does on a \ list i a it from a sickbed makes statement that party May have to defend nominee Awa Oriate press j Chicago Jun it 30.�?brig. Gen. J Charles Gates Dawes Republican i vie presidential nominee and mrs. Is lion. Each amp held that the vote by which the Khan a name was kit out of the platform had disclosed that it would he impossible for the oppo dog candidate to get the nomination. Readers of the various Darle s de in h list As Ornado late on May Lnu Raasch a pressed a Day Nul Kir chief is i a t Lora in a a suit of the t Day afternoon a 100. Were e a Abner Perry t David Huntt. The total of �9 bodies Rcd it Overell inst night was increased today to 70 with recovery of 11 Mot. City officials Are a of the opinion that a a Dies will he found in the Lamatia Twenty Hod is Etc from Quot a c ruins and a to 11 in however. Only the lobby the Tel a limit thit eight r \ building Havi been Clear Manv state Tuk in j tired stage a a of the de. Cleveland. It june steam Hij Cit of Erly victims of the Lorain aboard steamed into port by. The injured wer immediately fro Mthr shit Hospital is. 30�?the with 31 Torna do Here to removed City Howard Watson kill i in so it a i i v Ait not it t1 to Quot a i Greenville. June 10 Howard Watson. 2&Quot. Was hot and killed at King ing. Delta courtly late yesterday. According to a Potts received Here today. He assailant escape into the Woods and is being pursued by bloodhounds the cause of the shooting w nut i eat Ned. Associated press Kansas City. Line 30�?from his suck bed her. Today. Senator James a. Rood issued let statement in which he it old Quot of course 1 do not know what the convention will do. But 1 should be greatly surprised if it should nominate As a candidate flt it president a Man whom the Republican leaders in All probability Are eagerly waiting the Opportunity to indict for violating the Federal a Tuti which forbid of Deru employees and officers appearing Botn a departments within two years aft r employment to touch any matter or claim pending during the time of Thor employment. Quot the facts to not seem to be in a dispute. And should we nominate such u Man we Are Likely to be compelled to conduct our Campaign in some Federal court room defending our Candida Quot against a serious criminal a Harge instead of being us by him in a great Battle to be fought a lit in the Uhlie forum. Where the democratic party would have the natural advantages springing from that fact that bribery thus far in Oreil has lib a n confined to officials of the a opposite Dawes for Washington today horse aggregations were equally to visit i resident and mis. A of Lodge. Pleased asserting that e a a a on a several Days a was the most a Fin of the a Deiy manager was right a obtainable a to about the other candidates Chancy the pro let Able duration of the that the deadlock on which it hit i five a Yuly of beaten to death Chicago Luie 30.�?iitutimi to a death and their bodies carefully covered by sheets it or blankets Otty Eder taxicab chauffeur his wife i ranges and their three sons Roy ii years old Harvey six. And Jack three wer. Found a in their Home late last night. They have been a tainting had been emphasized by the klan vote. In addition to the leaders the candidates formally before the Are Oscar Underwood a will i i \ to \ i it in la it it x time i Nixie a u ii n and j. A. Ku., k Udall of the policy Force will take thir vacation but ginning to it a a. The of Leeis in succession Vivo at a time one on the Day and the other 011 the night shift All take their vacations in turn. Ryo i it pics i \ i a w 111 \ 11 \ n i Burn ii 30. In Aiti protests an Nashville menu. Jun it1 in Tain \. Tinello aviator and his h Tuic. Private Boyd copes j land of Norton , Columbus i it it to perished today when their a air plane Burn d. W y it Assoc Stert press Chicago june 30�?Chicago s week end recreation a out the lives of 15 persons. Nine were killed in aut it a mule accidents and six were drowned. The maximum temperature was Only 73 yesterday. British Slator now in undo Colina associated press Hon g Kong june 80.�?stuart Malaren the British aviator on a world flight arrived Here today form Haiphong. French undo China. I its Linti night party Are now in Paris associated press Paris june 30�?genera Pershing arrived Here today with the american Battle monuments commission. Of author-1 Al oud a York locates to ont Ion la Tho v is the Tkv Hay is con next Tivi i st May w us the wept tier Oklahoma tues a fair warm wednesday partly Cloudy and warmer Texas tuesday part Cloudy my Balv showers in North w est por a a liner a Cloudy warm r excenia i tie a a Riih ast i it Routtu. Among the leaders however a sunday of reflection Haj soft Ned somewhat the bitterness engendered by the. Klan fight and they seemed j certain that the Delegate too would let it pass out of their minds As they became absorbed in the balloting Fogt a the presidency. The beginning of the voting sow virtually no change in the position of the candidates As a result of the klan tight or the intensive period of mane vering which has kept political Manipula to its Busy Fogt a the past two week Mcadoo forces went into the fight confident of Victory. Or. Mcadoo conceded that there might he a drawn out contest although some a it of his lieutenants were hopeful their candidate would quickly obtain a majority and then Force rapidly ahead to the necessary two thirds vote. Before the California delegation which is instructed to a vote for Mcadoo As a unit went to the Coti mention Hall today they called on the candidate to reassure him they would stick to him to the last ballot. As �1 part of the opening Pic Gram to duh Las added a new musical feature John Finnegan of st. Pat Ricks Cathedral was invited to sing Quot the presidents message Quot accompanied by the piano. This explained the mystery of the grand piano which has been standing on the convention floor of a a i a week making a Roost for Delga Tes. The lady who played his accompaniment asked to disclose her identity replied "1 am both unimportant and incognito. At 10 27 chairman Walsh called the convention to order. The Rev. Gustav Arnold Carstensen. Of the holy Rood protestant episcopal Church. New York pronounced invocation. Chairman Walsh announced that the us it order of business was the calling of the Roll for balloting for the nomination of a candidate for the presidency but before the first rot a All was ordered Lawrence Quigley mayor of Chelsea mass who led the last desperate stand for the anti klan Plank at saturday nights session got the Holland asked the chair what the 17�i-ing would be if it were shown Init i thu is germans say they now Vifor associated press a a a a Lyons planet. June 3� a a Berlin. June 30�?germany s Haiti through her minister to re ply to it it the Alii it note on the re Paris. M. Belh Gard will Endeavor sumption of military c. Netrol of to obtain the passage of a re Solu a Germany s armament de Lares that ton of the International federa the German people in even Tim of the league of Nat Tom so the. Mere idea of War to in Argos a Saulsbury of Delaware. Samuel m. Ralston of Jonathan m Davis of Albert g Ritchie of Wood Bridge. A Ferris Missouri of Bryan of continued on Page 6 convention senator Alabama. Senator Joseph t. Robinson of Arkansas. Willard senator Indiana. Governor Kansas. Governor Maryland governor of Michigan David p. Houston and new Fork. Governor Charles a Nebraska. Glt 1 Sui l 11 Brown of new 11 1 m a a Shir. Go it Vernor George s. Silzer of new Jersey. James i. Cox of Ohio. Senator Carter Glass of Virginia. John w. Davis of West Virginia. And a new York. Lingering traces remained As Tho Del Gates assembled of the emotional struggle under which they Laboured for hour saturday night and Early sunday before the Nat Forni w is finally declared adopted amid scenes a it of almost incredible chaos the Day of rest a no a recreation had healed Many of the scars of conflict however and they were ready fur then w struggle. I All of Rte a Ning the klan Isaur through 1 motion for reconsideration of the per Torrn was heard irom time to it time sunday but steadily lost Wight when it was Foutty that none if the leaders a itt Keithi r Side was willing to commit wit himself to such a course supporters of the general Rell pious Liberty Plank expressed themselves As being satisfied and a proponents of the. Minority proposal Specif Lealh denouncing the klan said they would not Challenge the de Ltd Ion. The Battle Over All insisted the party was owe More United a my that despite the bitterness which had racked the convention for four anti half hours no a permanent religious Issue had developed an official recapitulation of the Kiin vote last night Tii closed that a a a id of a majority of one a dust naming the organization a in Meed immediately after Tho ballots were counted the Correct totals were 546.15 against 541 is for the minority Plank a difference of 4.30. Although most of the delegates listed under the Mcadoo Banner voted against denouncing the klan let it name and those known to favor Smith supported the specific declaration that managers of by a the candidates declared no instructions Hud gone out from headquarter during the tight beyond advice to it the supporters to vote their own convictions. An indication of the hard Strug fore a a by the contending c in dilates was Given last night by or Mcadoo in an address before a gathering of his supporters. Of urging attempts by liquor interests Quot big business Quot and a a subsidized and corrupt press Quot to Sway delegates from him to other candidates or to keep them away from the convention Hall he pre do ted a Long fight and asserting Victory was sure urged his followers to stick to the end. South Makolin \ is to present a woman Asan Clatey Paras new York june 30�?thti South Carolina delegation at to caucus today decided definitely to place mrs. Leroy Spring of Lau a inter. A Delegate at Large in a nation for the vice presidency steering committee of six a pointed to it handle her Candida tile floor

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