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■ __n_i ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦■♦■•♦••♦•♦* [** \i by; far the favorite Home ♦ fewspaper in Delaware + + ♦•♦■♦•♦•♦♦♦♦♦♦♦•♦■•♦•♦•♦■-♦• THE DAILY JOURNAL-HERALD THE JOURNAL-HERALD RECEIVES THE FULL UNITED PRESS WIRE NEWS REPORTS ♦ ♦♦♦♦l + + + -f|+ + + + + | ♦ vben it it tl news; ♦ ad*i bring results ♦ ♦ ♦ 4-44-4-4-4-4- + + + + + 4--T + + + NEWS wl our a VOLUME 74. NO. 47. DELAWARE, OHIO, SATURDAY EVENING, JUNE 10, 101(1. PRICE TEN CENTS PER WEEK BY G. 0. P. AS REPUBUCANS MEET IN CHICAGO WHSON'SiCABINET DISCUSSES GRAVE PROBLEMS ON BALLOT TODAY e WITH CHOICE OF LEADERS FOR CAMPAIGN AT POLES THIS FAIL I EO EEAD THE Pi i \\ iiion cabinet in session. taken since Three members of the present Wilson cabinet have never appeared before in a cabinet picture retary Bryan resigned. Thej are Secretaries Baker, Lansing and Grewi .Fro McAdoo, secretary of the treasury; T. VV. Gregory, attorney general; Josepl culture: William B. Wilson, secretary of labor; William C. Redfleid, seen >'■ i: Fran;; K. i retary of the interior; Alberl S. Burleson, postmaster general; Newton D. ket I , sad Bo BULLETIN Coliseum, Chicago, June 10.—Charles Warrei*. Fairbanks of Indiana, former vice president of the United States, was renominated for the vice presidency by the Republican convention on the first ballot Saturday. Fairbanks was placed in nomination by John Wanamaker of Philadelphia. j }-&&&$>^^4><f>4><$><&$&&Sr&$^iSs><^^ ...y 44 &nV00+00+04s0f>0'001 ■ I m SIDELIGHTS OH MiMM ' 1 ♦ ♦ ♦ »«c»»»»»+»*fr*8>-»»<S>^<S-*»-»»c»»»»-fr<fr-eyi^^ v«*<»-«v>^ 0Q4&4--4^•X>4^rS^/i&&$<''<>'<t/.i&4&m % At both the Coliseum and torium smoking is prohibited languages and the doorways. Audi-; (dark skirt, white Shirtwaist, pearl in 14 j necklace ,. Mrs. Charles Tiffany j (dark skirt, white shirtwaist, pearl I necklace). Countess Gizyska and Henry Ford's boys from Michigan j other well known society women got out of the trenches and onto the j likewise attired. Hughes bandwagon after the first ballot. ■nation point, colon, dash and period used was sent to the emergency hospital. This morning they were reported out of danger, but suffering terriblv from shock. Nicholas Murray Butler of New York nominated Elihu Root in a close reefed swallow tail coat and an untrammelled vocabulary. Above one of the collapsible restaurants that dot the coliseum balconies is a sign advertising "ter sanwiches and logan beary juse." T. R.'s secretary. John McQrath, has a emp of short, scareel bi If which gives him the appearance of being in a state- of perpetual astonishment. Mrs. Delegate Louis Lnsk of Montana appeared in a black pancake hat, a blue waist with lace curtain sleeves, a low neck and high enthusiasm. Approximately $360 worth of gum was used up by the 14,ub0 persons The Progressive convention always shuts Its yiouth and listens when Victor Murdoch starts to talk. .His hair is red and curly. So is everything he says. A host of St. Patrick's day at- "I'B ■ I . the Progressive party's! faith. He will never do. We -will : tell tlie colonel so in language soj direct that he will understand it." Gifford Pinchot of Pennsylvania ■ said: "Why didn't the colonel select i Penrose? He would be just as ac- 'ceptable to a Progressive as Lodge." Albert Bushnell Hart of Massa- Coliseum, Chicago, June 10.—Charles Evans Hughes, associate justice of the United States supreme court and former governor of New York, was today nominated for president of the United States by the Republican party in ^convention assembled. The choice came on the first ballot after the convention assembled for business Saturday, after two ballots taken Friday had resulted in no nomination, although Justice Hughes was far in the lead. The favorite sons released their delegations on the third ballot and the nomination of Hughes was assured before the roll call was more than half finished. The final vote gave Hughes 949 votes or almost 500 votes more than the majority needed to secure the nomination. The roll call on the third ballot was begun at 12:18 and at the Rw*u«» eomnitkm yester day. At least 1.1,000 of them were shortly after the beginning of the roll Stevenson moved ••*•»*-_ & that they stop the roll call and elect Hughes by acclamation. The motion did not meet with favor, however, and the roll call continued. DuPont Wa* the first favorite SOn tO retire from the] Hundreds of men and women in the galleries farthest from the plat- list and leave the arena to Hughes, whose vote swelled [form at the coliseum have devised a 'combination megaphone and ear rapidly as the names of the delegations were called. Bur- j trumpet, it's just a smaii brown I card board cone: an ideal hollerer ton was the next to withdraw and then the delegations left and listener Fairbanks, Root and Curmnins to get under the banner of the justice. "iChtisetts, a close associate of Lodge The Republican convention got up mosphere is added to the grand °ld;an(} a ,ieiega.te to the national Pro- today feeling like it had been slept party's conclave at the Coliseum hrT-nessi-e convention, said: with by wild cats. Nomination day the presence of Chief Healy's 450 j "There is a disposition on the part only comes once every four years, prize coppers. No inquiries were ol „,,,,,. <,,■ t[,e s*ate* chairmen lie but it's worse than a general offens- made, but everybody knows the-v'gfve the Lodge proposal -ufflcient Mc ' party's conclave at the Coliseum by the presence of Chief Healy's 450 prize coppers. No inquiries were, give the Lodge proposal ive while it lasts. And the aftermath are Murphy, Durfee, Burke, Mc- [ cons|<i,.ratjon to see what the Kepub- is worse than a haigandhaig head- c'olan, O'Toole, McQuirk. Harrigan. ]j,.an convention will do with it ache. Carrigan Casey Shane Milligun, Mul- There js , bare possibility iD miD(i ligan. Drake*. McCann Rafferty, l.af- tn.|t lhe Prog. „„,,, acoept ^It is aa-owfol-Ktrain on the~A_»»ii" IWli. *«oolan. McCaTerfy— and the ] ocj-r^.^ft Is re .Ha In" "that"'thev will BULLETIN Chicago, June 10.—Theodore Roosevelt was nominated by acclamation by the Progressive convention shortly after the session convened at noon today. The session then adjourned until 3 o'clock. can flag and the Kngiish language, rest are known, but other items mi;-: ,. |i.,■.),,.., Every adjective, superlative, exc-la- be hurried on to. 4 4-4 4 4 44-4 4 ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ 4 ♦♦-♦••♦■♦■♦•■♦•♦♦♦♦♦ < ► ♦♦♦•♦"♦•♦♦♦ ♦ 4- ♦ ♦ HERE'S HOW IT WAS DONE Th<= vote on the final ballot which resulted in the nomination of Justice Hughes as the Republican candidate for president was as follows: Hughes 949 Roosevelt 181/. Lodge 7 Weeks 3 DuPont 5 LaFollette 3 Absent 1 Necessary to nominate, 494. FAIRBANKS IS ItV H. L. KKNNK'K I ii it eel Pre** Staff (V>rrvs|H>iielent. the die Johnson arker of go into ►♦♦►♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦•I RUSSIANS MAKE HEAVY DRIVE ON AUSTRIAN FRONTS NOW BY WILLIAM PHILLIP SIMMS I'nited Press Staff Correspondent. Petrograd, June 10.—The Russian bear is now a tiger. That is tlie characterization of men who have been at the front and have seen tbe legions of General Rus- * ailoff shoot through the Austrian front from tbe Pripet marshes to the Pruth at will, destroying in days, the most complicated defenses—defenses which the Austrian* have been building for months and which they deemed impregnable. Petrograd today places the Aus- •___» __«B_We« 1_ til* drive con- , gaervatively at 150,000 and by actual count 78,048 men w*r taken when the Russians exploded shrapnel in such density behind the Austrian lines that the men could not retreat through it. Along the whole front Russiloff is using tbe younger men of his forces. They are eager to the task, charging Cossack-like Into the face of tbe hottest Austrian fire. Where tbe defenses are high, where the wire entanglements are thick and where the spiked pits into which charging men are impaled tbe aggressors are using planks and sappllng ladders. In tbe entire aggressive I am informesd. sot a single one of tho major Russian charges has been turned Frequently tbe n»e» go through During the epidemic of Fairbanks boomers on candidates' row last night there were so many red lanterns scattered about that a slightly intoxicated Chicagoan wanted to know when they started to lay tbe new gas mail on Michigan avenue. M. B. Olbrich of Wisconsin was the only nominator appearing with a trainer to handle his water-cooled voice. He just stood there and roared and roared for LaFollette while his runner-up stood aside, drenching his bearings with glass after glass. The Republican national commit tee reception room is a sort of sunken garden affair up behind the platform. It is entirely surrounded by South Sea Island scenery and a green picket fence. There you are welcome, If you wear rubber heels and don't talk above a whisper. ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦■I Delaware people to niiom Charley Fairbanks, the buttermilk fan, is well known were mighty interested to note that the elongated one had' again been nominated by the Repu'-,' Means as their candidate for tbe presidency. Fairbanks is a graduate of Ohio Wesleyan university with the; class of 1872 and is a frec-uent V_ri- tor at the seat of bis alma mater. VOTING FOR VICE PRESIDENT ♦ ♦♦♦■"►♦♦■♦■•♦•♦•♦••-►•♦■♦♦ The vote which was cast for vice president and ♦ resulted in the selection of Charles Warren Fair- % banks of Indiana as the running-mate of Hughes was as follows: Fairbanks 863 Burkett 108 Borah 7 Burton 1 Webster 2 Not voting 4 Necessary to nominate, 494. +44~44-4-4-4-4-4444444-444-4-4~44-44+4~4+4-4.4~44-44-444444444444*444 ♦ ♦ * T.R. SHE GETS NO RESPONSE Festooning tbe fringe of frilled and furbelowed femininity (illitera- tion being catching after nine boors of nominating speeches) filling tbe far-flung galleries ot the great, gray gloom-garlanded Coliseum are such society sisters as Miss Annie Morgan 3y United Press. Oyster Bay, N. Y-, June 10.—» Colonel Roosevelt today sent a telegram to Chicago announcing bis approval of Senator Henry .Cabot Lodge of Massachusetts as a compromise Republican-Progressive candi date for president. Chicago, June 10. — Gov. Hiram Johnson of California, in a statement to the United Prees, declared Henry Cabot Lodge of Massachusetts, said to have been indicated as a compromise candidate by Roosevelt, will not' form Auditorium. Chicago. June 10.— Progressive delegates poured into the Auditorium today primed to nominate- Theodore Beoeevelt for president before noon. nff*P!«ivp readers considered of California an. John M. I1 . who refased to ' lis. ready to start the firew/ convention •• ■ ed to order al 10:41 v.i'h an air of suppressed ■lent. Robins announced e-oti- vention would go ahead deliberately Hie proper order of I'u.- Tliere will i*e no more stalling, he said. Monsigneur Kitzsiinmous of Chicago delivered the invocation. Chester Rowell of California, told the convention the state chairmen were waiting at the Blackstone. at a conference with Perkins, and had asked the convention to wait until they arrived at the auditorium. 'How soon will they bo here?" tbe delegates yelled impatiently. Five or ten minutes." Rowell answered. The convention yelled "Nominate id them in check for a few minutes by announcing that he would recognize Perkins, who was expected to r**ad the Republican's proposition and that then he would recognize John M. Parker, who bolted tie peare- conference. - The u ire II go . ■ ad with the nominal ons, ' i: ed and the* convention yelled and self hoarse. Thi~ Is the titiu ..ir action.'' said Robins. "We are going to do just what ire came to Chicago to do." Robins announced the sec retary of the convention would instruct the*. convention how to make a nomination unanimous without callin- tbe , roll, to get away from the "delay of nominating speeches." Half of the state delegations clamored at once for the honor of moving to suspend the rules so that Roosevelt's nomination'could be unani- I mous. Robins asked tbe impatient delegates to wait until Perkins arrived i with the conference committee's report. Progressive leaders when informed by the United Press that Colonel Roosevelt had endorsed Senator bench and endorses Republican plat. Lodge as a compromise candidate said: "That won't make any difference. We're going ahead here." HATS OIF TO ( ITI/KNS' The Journal-Herald w Isbes to publicly thank the Citizen's Telephcme Company for the detailed vote and other bulletins received during the progress of the Republican convention at Chicago. In this as in everything Manager Carter and bis force "delivered the goods Ths service greatl) enhance the report v.e present to our readers which include ihat of the United Press wire serT- ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ HUGHESACCfPIS THE NOMINATION BULLETIN Washington, Jane 10 — Hughes formally resign* from supreme court
|Title||The Daily journal-herald. (Delaware, Ohio), 1916-06-10|
Delaware County (Ohio)
|Date of Original||June 10, 1916|
|Submitting Institution||Delaware County Historical Society|
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THE DAILY JOURNAL-HERALD
THE JOURNAL-HERALD RECEIVES THE FULL UNITED PRESS WIRE NEWS REPORTS
♦ ♦♦♦♦l + + + -f|+ + + + + |
vben it it tl news; ♦
ad*i bring results ♦
4-44-4-4-4-4- + + + + + 4--T + + +
VOLUME 74. NO. 47.
DELAWARE, OHIO, SATURDAY EVENING, JUNE 10, 101(1.
PRICE TEN CENTS PER WEEK
BY G. 0. P.
AS REPUBUCANS MEET IN CHICAGO WHSON'SiCABINET DISCUSSES GRAVE PROBLEMS
ON BALLOT TODAY
WITH CHOICE OF LEADERS FOR
CAMPAIGN AT POLES THIS FAIL
EO EEAD THE
i \\ iiion cabinet in session.
Three members of the present Wilson cabinet have never appeared before in a cabinet picture
retary Bryan resigned. Thej are Secretaries Baker, Lansing and Grewi .Fro
McAdoo, secretary of the treasury; T. VV. Gregory, attorney general; Josepl
culture: William B. Wilson, secretary of labor; William C. Redfleid, seen >'■ i: Fran;; K. i
retary of the interior; Alberl S. Burleson, postmaster general; Newton D. ket I , sad Bo
Coliseum, Chicago, June 10.—Charles Warrei*. Fairbanks of Indiana, former vice president of the United
States, was renominated for the vice presidency by the
Republican convention on the first ballot Saturday. Fairbanks was placed in nomination by John Wanamaker of