Amarillo Daily News (Amarillo, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 202, Ed. 1 Wednesday, June 26, 1912 Page: 1 of 8
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AMAMLLO DAILY NEWS
VOLUME 111. xo. aoa.
AMARILLO. TKXAH. VHEn1 ji ; ... m;.
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
BRYAN IS LOSER BY
VOTE OF 579 TO 510
Defeat of Nebraskan Construed by
Some as Eliminating Him as Can-
didate for Nomination
CHAMP CLARK SUPPORTERS ME CONFIDENT
Vote of Missourian's Faction for Parker Considered
Distinct Bid for Conservative Vote in Convention
Much Talk of Coalition
By A hoc i ted Pra
Baltimore Md. Juue 25. William. Jennings Bryan met defeat
today at the hands of the Democratic National convention and it Is
the opinion of many party leader here that he has eliminated him-
self from the rae for the presiden tl tl noininuiion.
Former Judge Alton 11. Parker of New York was elected tem-
porary chairman over Bryan the v ote being ."79 to 510. and the de-
feat of the Nebraskan is interpreted in many ways.
CLAUKITES CLAIM NOMINATION.
Champ Clark's friends openly claim the nomination and many
of the attendants at the convention believe that it will be Speaker
Clark or a dark borne that will oe named.
It is talked here alBo that Bryan is not crushed by any meaus
and some of his friends adhere to the statement that the defoat for
temporary chairmanship Is not a test of his strength in the tonvtn-
' tion. Some of bis more ardent friends wer forced to vote against
htm on account of circumstances for temporary chairman.
Claims are made that the vote given Bryan Indicates that be
holds the "veto power" In the rcnventlon whleh plnees hlni in a
position of dominance as to who Khali be the nominee.
Many of the Clark delegates openly threw their support with the
anti-Bryan faction which U regarded as opening the breach between
Clark and Bryan which is liable to cauHe the Bryan supporters to
make a bitter fight on Clark.
Many consider the vote of the Clark adherents for Judge Parker
as a distinct bid for the conservative element tn the convention.
Straight out Wilson delegates today throw their solid support to
Bryan and the leaders figure that this will make the conservative
element choose Clark in preference to Wilson as a progressive can-
didate. Report Is current tonight that New York with ninety Votes as
a controlling factor in the situation will go for Clark. This re-
port is based on the action of New York today voting against Bryan.
The fact that the Missouri delegation gave Parker a majority
of Its vote called out reports f the coalition between New York
and Missouri and naturally led to talk of Clark as the nominee and
a New York man. probably Senator O'Coriuan for vice president.
l'NIKI(OOl IN MlMIHNF?
There is talk also that the Underwood force will come into the
combination as Cnderwood will get the speakership In the event of
Senator-elect James ot Kentucky is discussed as the probable
permanent chairman of the convention.
Those arguing against the possibility of Bryan being named de-
clared that his say in the convention today failed to stampede It.
Bryan today declared that the sinister influences which hal
been worked at the Republican convention in Chicago were operat-
ing even more brazenly In Baltimore'.
Bryau was clearly under stress as he made a plea for the con-
vention to turn down Wall Street Interests which he declared were
represented in the selection ot Judge Parkei. Bryan advocated
John W. Kern of Indiana as chairman. Kern then took the platform
and declared after asking Parker U withdraw that Bryan is the only
person fitted to bear the brunt for the people. Parker's friend
thereupon declared that he had no right to withdraw.
Bryan said tonight: "The vote of the convention shows the attitude
of the convention and my speech ahowa my views on the subject
and I do not know anything that needs to be added."
iTLIlKltSON IS PROBABILITY.
Bryan failed to say whether he will carry the fight on the
..aor for the progressives. The addition of Senator-elect James Seu-
ator Culberson of Texas and Senator Kern to the mentioned list of
possibilities for permanent chairmen created discussion.
The various committees afte r being forced Into a night session
by a vote of the convention to O. K. the matter Into their own hands
and derided that more can be accomplished after cessation. This
being determined adjournment was announced until 10 o clo k to-
IIV CARDINAL ItlUIHiNH.
' lultlmore. Md.. June 21. Cardln
. 1 . 1 jiu.4 ih. infwtinn
al (lIDUDUl UCIHIivu .
.v- mnnr todaT of the Demo -
craUc National Convention lie foke
"We pray Thee. O. God of mlgh?
wisdom and Justice through Whom
nthoritv Is rlgntiy aaminisieieu
i.m. enacted and Judgment de-
creed assist with Thy Holy Spirit of
counsel and fortitude the President
of these I'nlted States that hla aa -
ii.iratinn mv be conducted In
rlrhteousness and b eminently use-
ful to Thy people over whom he pre-
Isldes by encouraging due respect for
1 virtue and religion by a faithful ex-
ecution of thei laws of Justice and
mercy and by restraining vice and lm-
1 ..1 . l. ti... ii..i.. i-
CUr IIRUC Ul IUJ nil ill- n
!. K .llhr.tln. of this
Iconventlon and shine forth In all its n tbl" po h-makir. ..onvention
i.rocpedini-a and enactments. i t!ist!e biv ''ad to ftru'".e h a hat
tlly miT tfI1(j t0 tne preserva'.ion of
poace and good will anl the preser -
vatlon of concord and carmony.
-m.. authorltr be exercised wi-h-
out deapotlsm. and liberty prevaU
without license. May this convea -
jtion demonstrate once more to the
Amerlran people and to the world at
tCotitlnued on Pae 41
WILLIAM JENNIN3S BRYAN.
BR YAN BRANDS PARKER AS
FAVORITE OF.y ALL STREET
Br Auciatfl P .i
Baltimore. Md.. June .". A";liia:.
Jennings Bryan. In proponing the
name of Senator John W. Kern 0:'
Indiana as temporal' thuiriuan of
the Democratic national ouv-iiMf.
today ttaid in part
"Dissenting from the jaigmeu; k
the national 1 omtnut-e a expressed
iu its recommendation. 1 recogiiie
mai me uurueu 01 proof is upon tue
to overthrow the assumption that the
committee tan claim that it is repr - -
senting the wishes of this convention
aud the party of the nation "
Bryan was speaking iu o;(ottl
to Judge Parker of New York
Continuing he said
I remind you ol the fa.t t!iat this
onventlon has the right to accept
or reject the committee recommen-
dation conclusive proof that pre
sumption In favor of the convention
is a higher presumpt.on than that ln;iU' jntroJl-J lred.Nr wealth
favor of the wisdom of the (.omuittt-
' If auy of you ask my cred-ntiaU
or why I a mere delegate should
presume to present the nam" ot a
man and ask you to accept it
to tell you that for thre
have diMtnpiiMH.! th iN-uio ratio !
IllPtt a liri nl tili. I 4.m . ...
" 0 "
proof that have the confidence of
. l""; lu"4"""1 UUiPt l fur -
nlsh proof. The mere fact that I hav
lived is proof that 1 have d-..n
the people '
Itrvan .hl I i.f hi l.j . ....
ago an eiiort to secure a hannon -
convention and that h was more in -
terested in harmony than tu a chance
... L- . th. - .I..-
I advised the commiuee h-sai l.
to cousult with the two lealin can-
dilates who together have aearl)
two-thirds of the convention ins'ru'.t-
ed for them and to ge. th"ir appro -
val of some man's noniiuation that
.here might be no cont-st In th- con-
vention. What suggestion toull I
nave made more In th int-rest ol
Bryan said that ta - f jil u:ii-ui".ee
"-7 "7" l. i ?Umr-' M1
Iquest of Clark and W 1U02 forces' J. Hner. one .
last nignt turned
ith.f oMI1. i. . b .
( I . 4 a .
i " irniorai
never before bvti r. in politics
'1 bave '"'n In the n--r of the fish'
brole"t forth som- 'hi:u of th u
rlfl" tl.at has be.-a r-'r-rei.''
' The Nehraskan tti-n toll of the
working men who defied th railroad
managers and help 1 the progressive
fight at "the r!k of bavinu thei-
hrea 1 and bitter 'i'en frmi hTt
if -m to me now" he dai lured
v. .u !- hour of triumph conies
tlut fh song of victory Miould bn
sun !y one h.)e l ean liu.-. been In i
tlie t!t;f "
iiryal! pal i a tribute to Senator
Krn. dei taring
Krtt sti'd t me oil the Ih'liM-r
platform wt.ii h 1 in i n ! ! the dire t
ectioii )t erlator.s. when the Re-
publieea national i-oinenllon turned
:Tije proposition don seven to one
; when I on'rast Kern with the can-
diJate presented (J . (omtnittee I
do it without impeaching Judge
' Parker' character or good intent
(but not every man it good intent and
high character is fit to sound the
keynote of a progressive campaign."
' We are writing history today and
this convention is to announce wheth-
er It will take up th- challenge
thrown down b th- Chicago imiiii-ii- j
d-r the same control and riviii" (! )
;-'Pole no party to represent t i.-tn j
' l( know wh.i th" iaiidlda'' iw as
ll as the men le-hlli l hill e i
'kfiiia I hit tnian tt I n i'ik it....i. ..itriif
vn ad l.v t ..ni.i..r if !
. ..... i. .1.
k 1 UCUt-yj y ail I) I I '1 1 1 J "
campaign f ind
;i it- 1
...IT ! v
to ratik ail fij f the D.-m
' Wa hr.rt
li - n and eeed another man
"ra -f'rre Ui;ll:"" " 1
i'I'""" 'ess 101 1 arKi-r 111 an u
can receive r o vears prev iii im . 1 1
challenged Hh - n v ii t ion to
t : I
i .. . .. .
-urir iur 1 airj in e iMrneii' j in 1
cmm!u . . .
I vjr ..... ..
1 ' ' -
ivi-.e in behalf f any man wl I...
te.en fighting p.ple h .m
agins pluto-r.i ?
! Closing. H- 1:1 -a I that the J i--m .
rrv.s are no of tne wlldeme -.
'ami Implore; !.. ) . -ates not
the pr of -.irn-d sncte..
ImsEIFI.T 1 1 thl l
mini 1 1: unit m: in
i s figh'.ng
I a '1 tia-
!.-!pe. to ;-
1 . r.. in f- .
.7 - ri n i : 1
' fi h e r
'rtne of Chica
Bryan for thre.
- here tonight
Hoy an l Cra:.
apartments by a pr
v I'"' a'l
w"r Tone again
tn generally kno -i
No one could be f 1 .
Unconfirmed Report to
That Effect Current in
ASKS TEWS m U
lti:i.lK i:i THAT Sl IUIitT WAS
ItlM'lSKF.II IN MKKTIVti OF
I'UFSlliENT MA HERO'S
It) VvHi4irl I'tett
Mexico fit). June An uucou-
firmed report was current here today
that Orozeo. the rebel leader had
communicated with President Ma-
dero. signifying his willingness to
surrender and aHklng terms for him
.uelf and men.
1 is ueiietru mill tlie Hllliject was
ill hcii sxeil in a im-etltia of Madero's
ON I.IMIN i:TES HKRI.
Wushtngton. I). C June The
Interstate Coinene Conniilhi-inii d..
elded today that rates on Kraiu from
points in Minnesota. North Dakota.
South Oanota Northern Iowa
throuxh Duluth. Superior au.l Mil
waukee to the Atlantic seaboard lake
and rail were not discriminatory us
compared with like rates from Chi-
cago. The CoiniiiifHMHi held that freiKht
rates on coarse grain from points In
South Dakota on line of the Chicago
Milwaukee and St. Paul from Canton
to and Including Klk Point were un-
justly discriminatory against Omaha
anil unduly preferential to Minneapo-
lis. The railway was ordered to estab-
llsb on September 1 rales to Omaha
not lest M an 1 V cents a hundred
owtr tha rfiihot pa".e4 fr .! iht
sauii lioilitf to .Mltiuealfilln.
The case was heard on complaint
of the Oieaha (Irain KcIihiii:'
Iohm CliriMittii Elil:ntor.
irinnell la June L'.'i. With a re.
cord br.iking attendatne of dele-
gateK and visitors the iiiuual con-
vention of Iowa Christ Ian Kndeator
societies assemble. here today and
il' roiitiniie ti 111UI Friday.
The Rev. 11. E. Van Horn of Ivh
Moines Ik here t prenide over tu
sev( ral scsnIoiis. The I st of si"ak-
ers lie lude many prominent minis-
t 1 .. .d lajme'i. moi.g them are
I tiit ii State Senv. r Ktnyou. Bish-
P S. miel Fallo vs of Chicago and
Dr. D K. JenkiiK president of Omaha
Take Prisoner at I'inehurst
and Administer Sum-
1 I'lti.'hui st ia lune Z- A iiio;i
iid.i oeri(iwered the sheriff here
and t'ik Ann Boston a nesro maid
'fur Mr It K Jordan w lie of a vrom-
ineiif planter and hanged the tM'gri'S"
' a tree.
Atiti had fatally utahhed her inis-
revs i-slerday because she had been
ly fair and warmer
) 1 v
I nlrhltf ' TemKTature.
.1 in ... 5 At 7 p. m. . .
o i:u . . . Minimum . .
M ix . . . 10.". 1911 Min
v - t r..
Washington D. C. June 'i'.. - For
v'e t Ti v.ih- fienerally fair Wednes-
day anl Thursday with very te
' i a- .--- in feniperature.
c.is West to northwest clear
ool t 1 warm; no rain In north:
.'. cl.ar. hot anl a!m; south
.'he! 'dear to hot and acini.
1 no ra
ion 1 (ienera'H
T'l !! ri.JMired
TO MEET Sill
Republican Senators to Con
fer Following: Demo-
TO TIIK 1ID Hill
LAPP. IMHUNi: AMI CIMMINS
MEET IN WASHINGTON AND
IIIM'I SS THIKII PAICTV
Washington I). C Juue 25 A
conference of the Progressive Re-
publican senators will bo called im-
mediately following the Democratic
convention to consider the situation
developing from the third party
movement launched in Chicago.
Senators Clapp Bourne and Cur e
mlns today met and discussed '
movement. Others are away ! t
when they return If an alignment
the Democratic party has been shad
ed at the Baltimore convention a
formal conference of the progressives
w ill be held.
Senator Brlstow Is In Baltimore
keeping In touch with the move-
ments in the convention.
THIHD P.ltTV PLANS
IJIXiUN IN COLORADO.
I'.v 'KUtC. I'fflt.
Denver Colo. June 2.1. L'. P. Cos-
ttgan chairman of the contesting Re
publican delegation from Colorado at
tho Chicago convention returned to
night and said that a call for con-
ference In all counties in the state
will be Issued within a few days for
the purpose of perfecting a third par-
ty in this state.
It is said that a state third party
convention will be railed probably oa
tn of Annus! to elect delegate
jto the national third party conven-
lUo.illon CM 1 Tiil.r Itride.
New York. June 2". The mar-
riage of Mrs. K. Delaplalue Amsinck
and 1 1 :t 111 iltoit Pish which took place
todav at the hride's home In Fifth
avenue hroiight together representa-
tives of two of New York's oldest and
mo-.t prominent families Mr. Fish
Is the voniigent son of the Hamilton
Fist who was Secretary of State in
I s I '. and later governor' of New
York The hrde was the widow of
the late (iustave Amsinck. One of
l.er nieces j the wife of J. Brucw
Isniav managing director of the
White .star line. Today's marriagw
Is the eecoiid for Mr Fish and the
third matrimonial venture for hi
(ieneral Conference Will
Be ileld on Saturday
S(.r. ... ! 1 I t cw
Dallas Te . June . " Mjn
Richard .Mayes state chairman of the
Ramsey forces mi Texas has issued
the follow ing
A getHTal o:iferclice ot the mend
of Judge KaiiiM'v from North East
and West Texas will he held in th-
Southland Hotel at Dallas begttniin
at 2:. '10 p ui. on Saturday. July 1.
The Young Men's Iemoratn Ram-
sey Clubs of Texas will hold a general
rally at the MijesMc Theater build-
ing in Dalla at 1 0 '.'. a tu uu tb-
Judge W. K. Uaiiis w.ii d-'liver
an address at the Dallas Coliseum at
p. in of the name dav
A large attendant U m gej an l
expected st each of tJies. meetings
lhroiu; of Teuilet
LouisMlle. Ky . June 2 From
every direction 111 Kentucky and
from Indiana as well as other states.
::n every r'ain at"' on Interurban cr?s
thrones if tea. hers poured into Lt i-
isvl!!c May to attcn 1 the f.rty-tlrl
fnnual convention of the Kentucky
Kd'icational sr'iiaton Prevent l.i.
1c itiotis are that nil previous atte
( re or(t . broken and ili.it
ih nventon will be the most .n-rr.-tol
n th hlftory of the aij?'
aticn. The prominent speakers to be
heard durn'j the- three davs' session
Include Dr H.well Wright Hillls of
Bro.klvn. Dr P. P. Claxton. FnlteJ
tatej C imrc.lsslotier v' Fd-iin .
MEET AT DALLAS
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