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THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 16, 1916.
HUGHES FOR WAR
TO GUARD CITIZENS
'Would Not Hltriuk From It to
Protect Americans, Ho
UflOQ CIIEKH 8PKAKKU
Vlctd for Industrial Prepara
tion to Meet CrWix
After War. .
r-rri.r, Ar. is. ctitriM e. Hut-he
fj, un audience of 11,40 In Tacoma
t i afternoon that he would not shrink
from war If mar wa necessary for th
potcctlor; of Anterlcan cltlsens abroad.
Tills decoration was the moat striking
nnd Impressive feature mnde In an)' of
th several speeches which he declared
As In many previous addresses on the
present trip ho read pasasge from the
Democratic platform to Illustrate the dif
ference between Dcmocratlo promises and
tHetnoeratlc performances. The reading
was from a small booklet, which con
tained the Republican and Progressive
arty platforms alao.
"I think this Is the Democratic plat
form," said the speaker, while tlie
rrowd laughed. "I always have to look
berk to the Indei to make sura I haven't
mado a mistake.'' Tha particular plank
on which ha placed smphaala wan the
one . in which tha Democracy pledgad
Itself to protect American Uvea and
roparty "at home and abroad."
"Br making that real," aald Mr.
Hughes, "I do not believe that we would
aMouqter tha dangers of war, hut I
would not shrink from It If wa did Is
performing our obvious duty." A roar
af approval swept over tha audience.
It our watchword be 'America
trained to do her beat,"' said tha
speaker when the applause had died
down. The need of national efficiency.
preparation to meet the Industrial crisis
likely to arise after ttie close of the Eu
ropean war and protection of American
Industries were dwelt upon at length.
I "The Democrats think that the Euro
wean war. like charity, covers a multl
ada of sins," aald Mr. Hughea. Its at
tributed the present national proeperlty
largely to the temporary demand In Ku
ropa -for American goods. "Stop that
war ana you will stop that demand," he
continued. "Then you'll git down to bed
reck. You'll have the results of Demo
cratic tariff legislation as they were be
fore the war started."
..Mr. Hughes reviewed In detail the
arty, effect of the present Democratic
tariff law. Prosperity was turned Into
adversity, be said. "The anti-dumping
hill," he asserted, "reflects the dread on
the part of Democrats of what will fol
low the nar'e close."
'That .act Is full of words. I have
hs'd some experience In dealing with
statutes, and If that statute works It
would be a tremendous surprise. A pro
.Iflso Is the hobble of a statute. The
PqvIao In this case la to big. Its Jaws
arecr enormous that It practically swal
Vtw the act."
Addressee Bea Crass.
. n-rl'rr In the day Mr. Hughes had
snrii a, irlef address to the Tscoma
,Cii'lu- of th National Red Cross
end rp,.ke for a few minutes at a lunch
'n of Kepulillcan editors at the Tacoma
lo:n. He told the lied Cress members,
most of them women, that their orcanl-
fstlon was a ministering angel In times
Of pence as uell ns In war and that It
deterved better support than It Is re
ceiving In this country. The talk to
the filters was on straight party lines.
Mr. Hughes left Tacoma at 4:40
'clock this afternoon and arrived here
at 6:10 V. M. He was received by an
anthuilastic crowd at the station and
after dining at a hotel he addressed
another largo meeting.
The nominee's day began at o'clock
Oils morning, when, with Mrs. Hughes,
fee went out on the rear platform of his
prlvata car to view Hie mountain
canery as the train descended the slopes
of tha Cascades. A flat nr hnH h..n
attached and for almost an hour before
7takrast the nominee and his wife were
f.tapshotted by the movie men, who oper
,M their machines from that vehicle,
the Democratic brakeman had chalked
tha. words "Vote for Wilson" on tha front
ana pf tne pat car. much to the amuse
lent of the Republican leader.
; Mr. Hughea waved his hat In response
ta a.shptgup salute by a group of forest
rangers down In one of the deepest of
tha canynru along the Oraen Itlvcr nnd
frequently exchanged signs w(th track
icvoirei.p uiwig me route.
lees 00,000 nasjar Majority.
atdedattheTacoma meeting. Mr. Perkins
predloted I Jtiijhea would receive 10,000
majority In Washington. Roosevelt car-
" iui My .,.oe jiiur years ago,
but the Republican majority would have
been 97,000 but for the Bull Moose de
fection. Republican leaders say the
tiumjr. of Progressives who have not
returned to the old organisation Is small.
After his speech to-night Mr. Hughes
left (or Portland, where he will arrive
at 7 p'clock In the morning. Two meet
ings will be held there.
SJAJNE CHEERS WILLCOX.
Progressives Hark In Fold. Repub
lican Manager Hears.
Republican prospects In Maine were
pronounced encouraging by Chairman
William It. Wlllcnx of the Republican
National C mnilttee yesterday. Mr.
Wlllcox bus In tho last few diys re
fclvijil Information l!rctly from the
F'ate upon which he based this state
ment. The. Mains campaign has begun and
more than fifty speakers from each hide
are funded for the State. Derplt the
urprec dented list nf Democrats nf ro
nnwn iilmijt to Invade tho State, Mr,
WIHciX bus not received ope dlscourng.
Illgvifliort f r m the Itipuhltcnn loaders
time. Ills Inf'iriii.itlon Is that while on
the surface the 1 K ino, 'nit are trying to
carry llin Suite for Wlhon, In reality
tlivlr cfforti- hid to be ttint rcil upon the
reelertlon of Senator Johnson, Mr. Wlll
cox said ,
"Thorn urn side Issues In the Maine
campaign not entirely political.- Olio nf
thou Is Slatuwlilo prohibition versus
local option. The prohibition iiuestlon
has cut a figure li Maine ilnctloiiH for
tjioro Ui 11 n half a century and has made
and 11 11 M 1 rl many political fortune:!. It
will bo 11 factor In this year's light:
T11 riff Also a Factor,
Sff eolirhe there nre nthpr titwuna Tti.
tariff Is one of them. .Maine always Mai. 1
favored a protective tariff. In the ltl I
campaign the war, which had praotl-1
tally trie samo prntsetlve featuiea for
Maine Industries as 11 tariff, eliminated
ths tariff (Uetlun from the campaign, '
although It was wi ll understood that the
unuerwoiHi uirin ws rapuiiy puttini;
th. country Into a iHstrcmlng business
coadltlnn, It la well tinderstond, Ion,
that with tlm cjose of ih war a pruiou-
HOLDERS OF OUR
Inclua Hfmkert, Ettata,Caari
tabto liMtitutf'ni, Savings
anfcs, Trust Cc mparts. Lite
trmumu Campanlas anj
UWVEM MORTQAOC CO.
MMR M. MUM, SiMUMi
CaaltafSuralu ft Pr.SMM,!
M Mhtrtr MM.r. IM Uos'seue t..la.
tlvs Uriff will have to he restored
Maine Industries will an to smash.
"Tha sectionalism of the r resent Ad
ministration docs not Hot well In Maine, ,
and I ani told the Mexican and foreign
policies of the President are regarded!
Mr. Wlllcox pointed to the fact Hint I
the ccmblned Republican and Progrw
sivo vote four years ago was S3,n:o in,
excess of the Democratic vole, ana mat
In 114 the Progressive ote In Wie Stat.'
dropped from 41,41 to 17,8(0.
"Tho Progressive vote to-day, I am
told," aald Mr. Wlllcox. "Is practically
merged with the Republican, and If this
Information Is correct we may reason-1
ably expect to carry the State ull along
United States Senator C!mk of Wy
oming dropped In to tell Mr. 'lllrox
that Wyanlng would be Republican all
right tills fall, and encouraging reports
from Missouri were brought by ex-
Represents the Naclin Frank of
Names Two Men to Oppose
Whitman Appointees Seek
Senator Robert K Wagner did not
get a place on the Tammany judiciary
ticket yesterday because Chnrles V. Mur
phy Is saving him for the Mayoralty
nomination next year. Wagner was loui
he must do another bit In the legis
lature and keep in the spotlight as the
champion of tho New Yorlfcliy tax
payer. Murphy's rromlsc to m.iko Wagner
the Mayoralty candidate Is not Absolute,
Tammany leaders said last night: its
fulfilment will depend on circumstanced.
It might be, It wns n.it'l, that condltloim
In 1 V17 would be such as to cauto Tarn
miny to turn to some other man.
Ceorxe McAneny. for example. Put In
that case Senator Wagner's deferred
ambition to be a Supreme Court Justlco
would be gratified at tha nret op
portunity. Th Tammany Supreme Court noml
nses, chosen In a meeting of the execu
tive commute. Murphy present, ure to
be Justice Vernon M. Davis, renomi
nated, and Robert U iMca, New York
county, and Richard Mitchell, Uronx
county. Lues and Mitchell were Selected
to run against Justices John C. Clarke
and Ueorge V. Mullan, appointed to the
bench by Uov. Whitman.
Because they were named by a Repub
lican Governor, Murphy and hla leaders
Insisted on tcgardlng Justices CUrke
and Mullan as partisan appointees to
whom tha rule of non-p-irtliuii Judicial
nominations was n'lt to be applied.
It Is believed the Republicans will
nominate both Justices Clarke and Mul
lan nnd they may, it Is thought. In re
prisal for Tammany's partleun action re
fuso an Indorsement to Justice Davis and
nominate a Republican or an Independent
Democrat to run ugJinst him.
Robert U. Luce has benn one of Tam
many's stock candidates for the bench,
flow Dix appointed him a Judga of the
City Court, but as u candidate for re
election to that offlce he was defeated by
Judge William I.. Ransom, ltepublicin
nominee. I.uc is chairman nf the Tam
many law committee.
Richard Mitchell Is First As.Utant
District Attorney of Uronx county and
president of the Uronx County llur As
sociation. Justice Mullan, whom ho Is
selected to supersede, formerly was
Mayor Mltchel's law partner.
The Tammany executive committee de
cided on John V. Mclntyre ns the or
ganisation's candidate for Judge of (Ul
tra! Sessions to succeed Judge Dale
hanty. The ambition of "Chrlatle" fiulllvan,
now a State Senator, to go to Congress
as the successor of Representative
Oeorge W. Loft Was approved. Pernard
P. Dowllng, a lieutenant of John K,
Aheam, was picked for Sullivan's Senate
teat In Albany.
The attention of the Tammany leadars
assembled for the meeting nf the execu
tive committee was given largely to dis
cussion nf the Democratic State ticket.
It seemed to he the unanimous view that
In standing for Justice Seabury for Gov
ernor, Murphy had played clever polltl-a
which would have a good effect In tha
Mavrtrfiltv rnntpst n.il v.nr U'h.thp
I Justice Seabury carries nr loses the Statu
In November. The Tammnny politicians
spoke confidently of hla carrying It.
Their chief interest, they admitted, U
In the Mayoralty election. Some of them
went so far as to siy Tammany If
stronger for city purposes when It In not
responsible In any degree for tho ad
ministration of the State's affair.
Secuad Iowa l.osrs Chaplain.
llnnwNsvn.i.K. Tex., Aug, It, Rlshop
K. S. Johnson of Sioux City, la., clniplHln
of the Second Iowa Infantry, to-day
tendered Ills resignation to the Wnr He.
partment In order that lie m'ght fuldl
nn iips'gnmcnt of the Methodlrt Church.
an Rlshop of Africa.
I1 PER MONTH ON PLEDGE
OF PERSONAL PROPERTY
, THE PROVIDENT , LOAN SOCIETV OF NEW YORK
MANHATTAN', I ' MHUNX.
Feurth Avenu., cor. JSth Street. Csurtlsndt Ave,, cer. lint. glre.U
EMrMt. Sire. I. cor. Rlvlniton St. RsJOOKI.Yn! '
gevenlh A... b.t. 41th and Oth Rta f,n,'ih " Uvlngatoii Mt.
Le.ln.ten Ave. cor. IMth Street. 'AiYii!Si
Orand Btri.t, cor. Clinton Btrtet - .
Ksst 71- k. b.t. Lsslngtsa 14 Av.a 1 VnAHKP Am "wItI M N
K,.t ll.u..on ,t., cor K.sex St. 2 J''nyonK1
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America's Finest RYE
HAND MADE SOUR MASH
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MADE IN KENTUCKY, U. S. A.
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BACON IS READY
TO TELL POSITION
Personally or Through Friends
Will Sny if He Will llun
for Ben ate.
TALKS WITH HOOKEVKLT
PurxoiiM Attempts to Dissuade
Him From Kuterinp
As a result of conferences which he
had with Col. Roosevelt and with otlier
fri,,,,., watcrdny, Robert Racon In nil
,,,,.. , ,. hla rar.dldarv
for the Republican nomination for
I'nltml Htatca Senator to-riny, either
personally or through his friends.
Mr. Ilacon was debating the question
lost evening, but, according to h!
friends, virtually had made up his mind
to enter the ncc, even ut the rlslt of get
ting only a respectable vote. To enter the
prlmaiy fight Mr. Hscon must have his
petition, signed by 3.000 enrolled voteri,
In by next Tuesday, Ills friends ex
pressed no doubt of their ability to get
the required number of uumes In that
Mr. Paeon, so his friends let It be
known yesterday, U not rourtlng nor
doei he want to bo the stalking horse
for nny faction In the ReublU'uii organ
ation In his ambition to lievome l'nltd
States Senator, lie Is merely heait und
soul for the principle of universal mili
tary training und preparedness and
wants to offer himself on this Issue
without regard to any faction! differ
encia that may exist among Republi
The suggestion that he become a can
didate came originally, It was said,
from aome of those who have been ac
tively Interested with him in the work
of somo of the defence societies.
Confers With Roosevelt.
Mr. Bacon, who srrlved here yester
day from hla summer homo nt Woods
Hole, hurried at once to Oyster Hay
and had n three hours' talk with Col.
Roosevelt. While Col. Roosevelt would
like to see his friend get the nomination
on this issue. It Is said he Informed Mr.
llacon he openly could not support him
because, should he do so, candidates nil
over the country would ask his help
In primary rights. Nevertheless, ho Is
believed to have given Mr. LUcon great
Following his talk with Col. Roose
velt Mr. llacon returned to town and
talked with his friend Herbert Parsons.
While neither would dlscusi the mat
ter, according to friends of Mr. llacon
Mr. Parsons earnestly tried to dissuade
Mr. Huron on the ground that he, Pa
eon, could not expect to get any support
und would be badly beuten. Parsons Is
for Calder. Rut Mr. llacon Is said to
havo Insisted that It was the Issue that
h4 was thinking of more than the votes.
and that he saw no reason why he should
stay out of the primary because Calder
seemed to he assured of the votes to
elect him. There was every Indication
last evening that Parsons had failed to
call his friend off nnd that he was more
or leas worried over his f:. end's ambi
tion to take himself and ills favorite
theme before tho Republican primary
voters with thetaclt, It not open, sup
port of the Colonel.
Indeed, tho contemplated candidacy of
Mr. Uacnn. Innocent ih soma of the tat
ter's friends would have It appear, al
reedy has Injected doubt nnd uncer
tainty Into a situation which, up to n
few days ago. seemed to he as mild as
milk. Th reason for thin Is that Will
iam Rimes nnd his friends have bean
wl.ihlng for something Just Ilka this to
happen to get hack at the Governor and
his allies, and If possible rehabilitate
themselves by helping to smash the
Whitman ticket In the primaries.
It was significant yesterday that no
sooner had Mr. Hacnn's projected candi
dacy heroine l;n,nvn than there was talk
of a complete anti-Whitman ticket tak
ing the field. This seemed to be based
chiefly on the known desire of various
elements to bring discomfiture to the
Whitman forces la the Stats If they
Barnes 'Watches Rltaatloa.
Mr- Domed has been In town for sev
eral days. Whlls he would vuy nothlni:
about the Dacon movement, Mr. Haruei
gavo every evidence of keen satisfaction
yesterday with the way things were
Fhaplni; up. Ho told soma callers he be
lieved Mr. Racon could beat Calder In
splta of the latter's start.
Although Mr. Racon, If lie decides to
make the race, will satisfy the wants of
the anti-Whitman folk so fur as the
Senatorshlp fight goes, the situation
reems to be different with respect to the
Governorship. Harvey J. Jllnmar., who
wns In town yesterday, refused to take
the mention nf himself as the nntl
Whitman candidate for the Governorship
seriously. It wns said that Hlninan had
failed Ui see where there would be
enough support to make a right ugalnst
Whitman at this time worth while, und
SHAKE INTO YOUR 8H0E8
Allen. Kihi Kae. tin antl eptlo pnwder 10
ho .huken Inl" I lie .hues ami ue, In Iho
foot-bath. It n-llew. painful, .uullen,
.msrllns f.et and Im.IhiiIIi lake, the .Una
oil nf earn. in, liunlaiia. II,, n't go un tmir
xarsllnn ulthioii a siickux. nf Allan'.
Pont Km AlWn's Pout Km 1. a ,r.
tnln relief for sweatlna. nilluus h ml mt
tired, in liitiK fen s,,l, everywhere, !5e,
Alv un It In ilr.ali In new .hues. Trial
narliuK KUKB. Addrc... Allen S. Olm.led,
l,e Itoy, .S V - .tdi;,
so had dismissed tha suggestion when
tho question was put to him recently.
Mr. Hliminn has been about, the only
possible nntl-Whltman candidate men
tioned rn far.
Whitman-Parsons leaders yesterday
scoffed at (be Idea the Uncoil movement
would he formidable. They were In
clined to credit the Inception of It to
John A. Btewaxt, who fathered the
Presidential boom of Oen. leonard
MAST0N F01 U. 8. JUDGE.
Wllaoa KosslaalM Hlat ta Federal
District Court Brueh.
Martin T. W-nton. one of the lawyers
who defended Police Ueutenant Charles
Decker, hae been nominated by Presi
dent Wilson to All the place of Judge
Charles M. Hough of the Federal Dis
trict Court. Mnnton had Tammany hup
port, It was reported yesterday from
Washington, the lirooklyn organisation
In particular urging his claims In the
capital. John II. McCooey, leader of
the Tammany forces In Kings, wus ono
who favored Manton.
Manton learned of his nomination yes
terday In his office In 31 Nassau trst.
He Is In partnership at that Address
with llourkc Cockrun.
It war pointed out In the Federal
Rulldlng that Manton has been Indorsed
by many Justices In this Stste. Incl'ld
Inir Judges of the Court of Appeals ktul
the Appellate Division nf the Supreme
Manton Is a native nf this city, nnd
wns graduated from Columbia College
ntiil law school. He has practised since
1901 In the State and Federal courts.
Several Important rases brought under
the Sherman antl-lrust law have been In
his hands. He also has had consider
able experience In handling admiralty
Ulrls Held far Urand Jury.
Nkw lbwnru.K, N. Y.. Aug. If,. Miss
Kleannr lleede and Miss Muud Richard
son, charged wnn larceny in wie nrsi
degree, were held for the I rand 4ury,,Kr cMMm, ,Pk ,h,r dunnage bag.
In the City court here tn-naj. u ih
Hald thev secretly moved personal prop
r moved personal prop-1
erfv from the home of the late A, II,
Shiiford, with whom tney uvea at
Pelhamwond after he became estranged
from his family.
ON CRUISE TO-DAY
Hons of Wealthy WuhIi Dishes
and I)eekn and Hunk in
CANNOT GET HOMESICK
Four Weeks Schedule of Ileal
Work on llnttlenlilp Won't
(live 'Em Time.
Three battleships of the Atlantic re
serve fleet, the Kentucky, New Jersey
find Maine, will depart from Rrooklyn
navy yard this morning for Fort Pond
Ray, near Montauk Point, on a four
weeks cruise with TtO cltlxen sailors.
In the daylight hours yesterday the
landsmen were swsrmlng down to (he
ard In clothing that reminded one of.
... . .,. ... 1 . ,,, . ,,
after the novice had arrived on the deck
of his ship he was togged out In bust-
nessllke white ducks and hla name w.i.
stencilled neatly a-ross the front of his
Jumper In Annapolis fashion.
the first stei
ep In tne process of nmkliK
a u ( n , I
, ... ... , , ,
It took the novices all day to get fet-
tied down on hoard. Tney naa io rex-
Istcr. turn In 130 each to the paymaster
to cuver the expenses of the trip, take
I tjphold prophylaxis draw and mark
, . . h , . mmmocks.
ai. i llammni-k.
That matter nf the hammocks Is tint
as simple as may appear at first sight,
July Smashes All
lure dealers this July sold io car owners
States Tires than in any
this year our sales-records to dealers prove this.
.And this is the year of astounding and record
breaking sales increases for United States Tires.
Such great sales growth proves two things,
that car owners who have used
United States Tires continue to use
that car owners who have been
using other tires are now largely
buying United States Tires.
Have you joined this gigantic army of
motor car owners?
'Nobby' 'Chain' 'Usco' ' Royal Cord' Tlain'
Insist that your tire dealer supply
you with United States Tires and
see the difference.
especially for Woodruff Johnson of S9
Clarcmont avenue, who Is a Yale student
and the tallest mnn In the training fleet.
His six feet seven Indies do not nt Into
a navy hammock with any degree of
comfort, and every one who saw him
wondered "how ho was going to climb
throtiKli the .lattices. of the turret of the
New Jersey In accordance with the drill.
Some threescore Yale students have en
listed for the month' cruise along with
A pretty stiff course has been mapped
nut for the cltlxen sailors. It may be
comparatively easy pi tell the dlffcrencq
between n bowllno on u bight and a
cntspaw after the petty otllcer has ex
plained a few times, but there are doz
ens of other knr.ts and splices to be
mastered. Ily the (Jme he gets through
the four weeks the volunteers will be
able to iki a double becket hend In his
sleep. He will have to know where to
station himself In case of fire, collision,
battle prartlce, torpedo defenre, alum
donlng ship and countless other emer
gencies. Mis won't have nfu.-h time to be
homesick or bored.
larllaa Become Dishwashers.
A few of the men on f.ia Mains had
their first experience In shovelling coal.
They didn't know that was In the cur
riculum, but they grabbed their shovels
and went to It. On all threo battleships
the officers did their hert to nuke the
novices understand they were not going
on a vacation. Each man was told that
if ,e didn't want, to swing In a ham
mock at night, dine at a bare ash table
nnd wash In a galvanlxed bucket he
. .,, ., ,lTj v,.ii t..nt.i
out n ,,te of the uninviting prospect,
V. O. D. Iselln nnd his brotlier Oliver,
" nephews of C. O. 1st din. were
Lets if Iiiisiv sm athltisp Hlihaa n n I hi ffs1tisv
i riti,l iniriii nt rf I jtti'i I man manh nl
, csl engineer and college student tackled
, " J"'1 equally unpleasant. Junius Spen-
rer Morgan, another who shipped almard
U)e ,u ,M tU,tc, ,lucl(
u, ut work around the decks.
The rl'tzen sailor' are getting plenty
ytrtAlty consisted 'of oatmeal,
nf stilMtatitlal food. Their hrenkfast
, i" 'W' u'rV" Wl", .' rV" i; .
r k : ,. ' ,; i.. i" . i. uV ..
iocs, green peas, appie pie hiio conee,
Cold meats, beans, fruit salad, cake and
tea composed a wholesome supper,
Slrhtseer who went around looking
Our Wonderful Year
for ths tallest tran on the Kentucky
plcKed nut Shelton Pitney,
I'ltney, a son of i
Justice Pitney of the United States Su
preme Court nnd n Princeton graduate.
(In hoard the Maine wa K. P. Adams,
profassor of chemistry and physics In
me same university, wno iook uie
Plattsbura course lust vear and wanted
to round out hi experience with a cruls
2,000 ON THE CRUISE.
Klght Ilattlrshlps Utilised for
Training of Cttlsrsis as gallors.
Wahiiinuton, Aug. 15. Mora than
2,000 friends of preparedners afloat
sturted aboard various battleships to
day as ssllnrM In tho naval training
crulxo for national defence nf Ilia Atlan
tic reserve fleet. The eight ships of the
fleet, under Rear Admiral Helm, wilt
mobilise In Gardiner's Ray,
Four hundred nf th cltlxen snlturs
started from Philadelphia aboard the
battleship Rhode Islnnd. They came
from Pennsylvania, Ohio, Michigan, New
Jersey, Maryland nnd Delaware. The
ljuulelalia took aboard men from the
Southern Sta'tes at lUltlmore und Nor
folk, Va,, and has also some from Illi
nois, Iowa nnd Wisconsin. The Ala
bama sailed late tn-nlght from Charles
ton with a hundred from other Southern
Secretary Daniels sent n message to
all the landsmen to-day, which wns pub
lished on nil the battleships. It con
veyed In them congratulations of the
Navy Department "that wo can welcome
them ns the ncweut recruits of the first
arm of national defence."
Wilson Notification September 2.
Washiniiton, Aug. IS. Formal noti
fication to President Wilson of his nomi
nation will tuke place September 1. Ar
rangements were made to-day for the I
President to go to Iong llraneh, N, J
for the ceremony.
Mcl'all to Jinn Awaln,
PomtoN, Aug. 15. Gov. McCnll to-day
filed papers ns a candidate for renomi-
nation on the Republican ticket In
previous month of
PTT7flMAT.'n Tf lYPPncn?. TflTin
Former Ma or llostun CansasJML'
for II. N. Netintr.
Rohton, Aug. IS. John K KllxceraM,
former Riprcsnntatlvc and former Mavor
ot thin city, iinununceil tii-tilRht hla can
didacy for Iho Democratic nomination to
the United States Senate seat now held
by Henry Cabot Lodge, Republican,
The candidacy nf Itrlg.-Gen. Charles
II. Colo for the D, mocr.itlc iiomlni mn
for Governor wan Indorsed by Mr I' 17.
gerald In a statement given out for pub
llratlnn. Fur Coats Rclined,$y
Until August 19th
We reline your fur coat
with Runrtintced Skinner
satin, cny shade you
choose, nnd furnish satin
covered shields to match
On August 19th tliia offer will be
withdrawn. Phone or write for
our wngon to cnll to-dny.
This is, we think, the lowest
price being quoin! in tlc chy.
bll. t.M Aw.