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1 OPENS TOMORROW
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Sonafor Harding to Make First
Political Spooch to Mans
i field Delegation
CALLS FOR NOMINEE GROW
By the Associated Tress
. . ,.f norch campaign for the
S.Mencr. to be opened tomorrow will,'
Pr .. . .iWnt!nn from Mans-
JrfV during August ns. groups of voters
Km more distant sections of the coun
try begin to arrive In forcd.
Tw0 more of the front porch speak
. dates ere announced today, nnfl
Sator Harding W t.o number, ot
Ration, on the wnltlng Irt was
t-i. dallv. He expressed, prntin
PEL1"., n nnnllentinns deceived,
f,J0.ni".i,t -iimvert thnt many thons-
Sdi f anxious to take nn active
'!r.vin the campaign by making n
P"" '"."". ,itn.
reJ? Awiit 12. when, 000 pottery
'rkerV will come from East Liver
:,.:a Pnlnn.hlnnn county. 0., and
E ",, o-. ...lien the nominee w
paid a visit by the American ; TV
f.Je Society. Arrangements for the de-
ninii'tit were mncn
diite to spcnK IU oilier
,mlir It WI1M StntlSl
nuartfP today that so far no d
appointments nwnv from Marim
Wn made, but that many oftli
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Kr"vffS f New York
&o aM he expected about n thousand
? t present, t. from Ohio
jflfri'tons nircum mm ""
for A'Htist 4 nnu aiirum
Many Invitation Ttrcrlvrd
Althoueh giving their present nttcii-
Hon to the front porch program, wie
SfnaIor-s cnmpaiRn .manors have re-
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at his hend-
been made, but that many of tiie re
quests had been put aside to lie slltetl
over later. ,
Many ot me cenamr vaunts in
cluding party leaders from various
Plates, also nave urg mm imumv
ti..i. rineiivi localities in whatever
npfch-maklrK trips he may decide to
;i- Tlmse reouests nre understood to
have come from f-o many sections of the
country that it is considered impossible
to fulfill an oi tncm.
In his speeciics in .Marion, senator
Hardlnz expects to take up one at 'a
Hm (lie issues of the camitaicn. Kiienk-
in? in each case on n subject of par
ticular interest to the visitinc delecn-
(ton. Thnt practice will not apply to
the openinc speeches, however, his nd-
dress to the Mansfield delegation be
ing expected to deal in n general way
witfl several suDjects.
Campaign Fund Flans
'Plans for rnisinz a campaign fund by
popular subscription were outlined yes
terday by Fred W. Upham, of Chicago.
"This campaign is going to ue
Bnsnced hv n trulv nonulnr fund." he
said. "Arizona is going to contribute,
Its ulinre. in nrftnec iironovtlou. Just i
txactly as New lork or Chicago will
do. The Idea of n popular fund hns
appealed fctronjly to tho ran and i.lc
lor the paily.
The Ohio situation wns discussed by
Senator Hardlnc with (Jeorgo II. Clark,
chairman of the Republican stute ud
visory committee, who declared that
even with the Democrats makltu the
state one of their nrlncinal battle
grounds, there was no doubt of Repub
"Oh o is nennhllcnn." said Mr. Clark
I In a formal stntcment. "She will ex
ceed her record in her plurality for
Harding and Coolldge.
i sneak out of Knowledge and n
lurvey of every county and community
in tne state indicates beyond uoudi
the overwhelmlnc victory of the Re
publican party. This survey has been
made bv the experienced representatives i
of tho state committee and has covered
county and precinct."
Trenton Contractor Injured
Trenton. Julv ,10. John li. T.e- !
Compte, a contractor of this city, is
in a critical condition in the Carlton
Hotel. Tuokerton. as the result, of nn
accident in whloh litu dipat. wnNpriislinl I
Mr. LcCompte was run down by u road
vracior near m ucKcrton. where he s
tnitacrd in lmilrlinir n wtnto hlliu-nv '
As his condition was so scrioiw it was
unposs b e to take liim in h x Immn
o he was taken to the Hotel Cnrlton.
ADOPT RADICAL PLATFORlft
Iowa Democrats Indorao Wilson and
Cedar Itaplds, Ia July 30.-J-(Dy A,
1 .) Democrats of Iowa yesterday
adopted n platform termed by Us spon
sors "the most drastic, far-reaching
nnd defiant ever presented by any party
In Io.ya," -
It denounced the state administration
In severe terms, nnd upholds President
Wilson, tho natlonnl Democratic party
and platform. The Republicans nre
charged with "Inefficiency, graft, de
ception nnd Incompetency" in stnle af
fairs. As n remedy for what it termed tho
present "war government," the plat
form proposed the plan of Clyde Ij.
Herring, of Dcs Moines, Democratic
nominee, for governor, whereby tho
present forty-one state departments nnd
commissions would be reduced to nine,
and n budget system.
Another plnnk called for n depart
ment of agriculture which would have
n M.c department to help farmers
get their produce to market, n division
of farm markets in which agricultural
V i .. woum oo Btvcn any help de
sired, and a general sales and distri
bution ngency for tho entire state.
A final plank stated thnt nn account
ing of tho "$1,000,000 war fund en
trusted to Governor Harding had never
been published," and promised nn In
vestigation of it, if Mr. Herring is
The prelude to th6 platform In
dorsed the League of Notions "ns
championed by President Wilson and
without rORcrvations which would im
pair its Integrity."
STOWAWAY'S SPONSOR SUED
Mrs. Curry Saya She 'Lacks Punds
to Meet $1000 Debt
New York, July 30. Mrs. Marion
Ollhooley Curry, of 142 West Fifty
seventh street., former wife of Wnllcr
White, the automobile nnd sewing inn
chine manufacturer, who came into
prominence recently when she gave :i
MOOD lwnd to the Cnlted States immi
gration authorities to prevent Mike (J1I--hoolcy,
the Ii'Mi-llclglnu sixteen-year-old
stowaway, from being deported, ap
ponied here hi supplementary pro
ceedings in the Supremo Court to bo
examined us to her ability to puy .$1000
The judgment was obtained against
her by ISdwnrd 15. Toole, n lawyer, who
had leut her the money last sprltig'upon
n promissory note to be paid within
In nnswera to questions put by coun
sel, Mrs. Curry ndltted that . for
the Inst ten months she had not had any
income from her properties, and thnt
she had been living virtually upon the
charity of her friends.
Further examination of tho judg
ment debtor was adjourned until Au
AI DAW RALLY
Thousands Pay Tribute to Cov-
ornor In "Home-Coming"
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CITY TAKES HALF HOLIDAY
By the Associated Press
Dayton, .0., July 30. Cholco of their
fellow citizen, Governor James M. Cor,
as tho Democratic presidential nominee,
was acclaimed today by residents of
Dayton nnd other portions of tho Miami
Vnlloj. They joined here by thousands
with lithographs of Governor Cox, al
though tne likeness oiso of Hcnntor
Harding, his Republican opponent,
beamed on the festivities.
Dnvllcht and nlclit fireworks were
other features of today's program, with
band., concerts in several places. Tho
streetH . wore festooned with electric
lights for tne evening celebration.
The celebration was the onlv break
scheduled today In the governor's prep-
nrotlon oi nis spcecn oi acceptance,
which was interrupted briefly late yes
terday by a visit with Senator Walsh,
of Massachusetts, who has been prom
inent nrnoug Democratic senators 'n his
ndvocacY of reservations to the League
of Nations. TIip subject, however, was
not discussed wmi me governor, accord
ing to Senator Walsh, who promised his
unreserved aid in tho Cox campalgu,
STOCK OPEN T0 EMPLOYES
Harvester Co. Sets Aside $60,000,
000 In Securities for 40,000
ilnhnWn. N. ,1,. Julv 30.-Stock-
holdcrs of the International Harvester
Co., at n special meeting nero yester-
In a nonpartisan "home coming" dem- day. ratified a proposa 1 to inereaje the
onstration to their distinguished BatlvefejrfBrto'200f
A civic parade at 2:30 o'clock was
the main feature of the celebration In
honor of Governor Cox. Hours beforo
the parade crowds lined the court' of
honor, flanked with high white decor
atcd pillars and Governor Cox's review
ing stand In front of the Court House
Speeches were banished from Ihe pro
gram and tho crowds turned out In re
sponse to requests for laying aside of
nil partisan feeling and rejoicing over
the selection of ono of their friends
nnd neighbors ns tho Democratic
For the tribute to the governor, to
day was a half holiday throughout vir
tually all Dayton. Stores, factories,
banks and public offices were ordered
closed at noon and Dayton homes
poured out more crowds. From Middle
town, Hamilton and other Miami Valley
regions, where Governor Cox lived part
of his life, others came.
Career Depicted by Floats
Elabornto floats were features of the
parade, together with the renowned
"Rainbow Division" nnd Meteor Rands.
The latter, from Piqun. O.. became
prominent at the San Francisco con
vention. About sixty floats, represent
ing various civic organizations, some
depicting the career of Governor Cox,
were In tho parade line.
Asslfftied n nrnnitnont nnfn.Unt nlnnn
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n judgment against her for ' was tho Cox Roosters Club, which
mude the (rip to San Francisco. The
boosters had vivid uniforms for the
occasion. Fraternal organizations, some
of which boast Governor Cox's mcm
hcrship. and labor bodies, also had posi
tions in the line.
So that newspaper emnloves rnnlfl
march, Governor Cox's plant'lssued only
nn cany euiuon.
Lavish decorations blazed throughout
the city, fings and banners being mingled
Br Ji, It
$80,000,000 to 130,000.000.
Out of the new stock it is proposed
to set aside $20,000,000 common and
$40,000,000 preferred for a stock own
ership plan open to 40.000 employes in
this country nnd Canada.
As previously announced $10,000,000
of tho new common will bo used to pay
12V P" cent stock dividend on the
present $20,000,000 common.
i Chicago,. July 30. The employes'
stock ownership plan of the Interna
tional Harvester Co., approved yester
day at Hoboken, provides for distribu
tion of the fund "in the proportion
which tho actual earnings of each em
ploye for the year bears to the nggro
gate carnigs of all employes shnrlng
in tho distribution," according o a
statement Issued by the stockholders.
ALCOHOL BLAST tFATAL
Firemen Forced to Wear Masks
Fighting Drug Store Blaze
Allentown, July 30. Tapping of a
fifty-gallon barrel of .grain nicohol In
the dmgi store of King & Jones late
yesterday caused a terrific explosion
and the death of a man. Frank King
rushed upstairs with clothing afire and
rang nn alarm. Twenty firemen with
masks were driven from the burning
cellar. Finally David Knauss entered
the cellar wearing his army gas mask
nnd recovered the body of Clarence J.
Keiscr the drug clerk who had tapped
the barrel, .It is thought he died from
fumes. His clothing was. blown nway.
Mr. King, who 'is In the Allentown
Hospital, will. U is feared, lose his
Tho blaze caused a loss of $10,000.
The 'firemen believe fumes from the al
cohol were ignited by a gasjet.
MACHINISTS WON'T STRIKE
Dectdo Not to Join In Walkout of
Iron Workers at Reading
Reading, Pa., July 30. Reading
Iron Co. machinists have decided not
to Join the strike declared this week by
tho several thousand other employes.
The crucial period in their controversy
with ihe company wns passed last night,
when satisfactory reports were received
from a committee which conferred with
Mr. Thomas ngrccd tho machinists
should select committees to meet their
respective superintendents for n re
adjustment of wnges. The plnnts will
'continue "tujppcrute ns open shops.
OFFICER SLAIN IN GUN FIGHT
Three Wounded In Battle Resulting
In Capture of Hold-Up Men
Jackson, Midi., July 30, Deputy
Sheriff Harry Worden was instantly
klUed, Deputy Sheriff Kutt wns
wounded and two alleged bandits were
shot In a gun fight yesterday between
a sheriff's posse and n band of robbers
who held til) nnd looted the Farmers'
State Hank in Ornss Inkc, twelve miles
cast of Jackson. Six men, five of whom
nre said to have been members of the
iinndit gang, were captured nfter n fight
In a mnmh near Wolf lake, n few nines
from the "scene of tho robbery.
Tho robbers were captured when sur
rounded lu a summer cottage. The loot,
consisting of approximately $10,000 In
cash nnd bonds, was recovered.
You ivani clothes that rvill hold their shape.
You rvanl clothes that will wear.
You rvant youx money's worth or your
money bacl(. In a nutshell Ferro.
A 11 our finest Spring
& Summer Suits
$38 to $78 -
At I. Press & Sons
3 Carat t
fdrn ;;!'" "'r than rvw, and that
ffi 'r "if ?i?"wl I? t1!'. .Hnrt. h''' nlr
$ Enron?' ."?. hui1. ,0 nil tho mar
te of mwiir," """''Jilli.lt Mil
tho !. i !"a. "' unrcn nlnir. In.b.i ..m.
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an toilar nmirnliir-.iii.
nniinjt hliln rolor nnd
S5D for thoie wtUhlni
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the entrance way fpr your
salesmen, and cooperates
with, and sustains them.
The Holmes Press, 'Primers
1315-29 Cherry Street
Silk Shirts Reduced
$16. SO '
Ferro & Co.,c
Clothiers & Outfitters
Rogers Peel Clothes
CKesftuaf Street Mi Juniper.
Store Open 8:80 A. M. to 5 P. M. Closed All Day Saturday
August Records at
t Heppe's Tomorrow
The list this month on sale tomorrow has many
desirable records. There are excellent Red-Senl records.
First of all Is a wonderful- record by Rachmaninoff, then
tho Blue Danube Waltz by the Philadelphia Orchestra,
nnd other records by Heifetz, Destinn, Ruffo, Fnrrar,
Schumann-Helnk, do Gogorza, Flonzaley Quartet nnd two
duets, one by McCormack and Krcisler and tho other by
Homer and her daughter. Tho dance records nro very
fine and tho popular Bongs nro remarkably good.
If you do not have a Victrola, we bfTcr certain outfits
composed of a Victrola and a group of records. You may
settle by cash or charge account, or by our one-year
rental-payment plan. Call or write for full particulars.
C. J. HEPPE & SON
1117-1119 ChetnutStorN.W.Cor. 6th & Thompion Stu
Open Saturdays Until 12:30 Noon
The Test of The Road
The many -thousand motorists who
use Atlantic Motor Oils regularly,
have proved, them to be cost-saving
lubricants. No motor condition can
make them break down prematurely.
You can rely on maximum mileage
from every gallon of
Thev lubricate 'thorounhly without "eum-
tnlng up." Scored cylinders and worn bearings
are eliminated. Atlantic Lubricants are the
products of over 54 years experience. You
can't go wrong if you stick to Atlantic Polarlne
or Atlantic Medium.
L.AB0R RIOTS IN BARCELONA
Syndicalists Assassinate Thirty
Non-Syndlcallats In Ten Days
Madrid, July 30, The nonrndlcnl
ized workers of Harcclonn lmvc been
Btiffcrlns n reign of terror during he
last ten days at tho hands of the Syn
dicalists, who within thnt period have
nHHnslnatcd or nttempted to nssaNsl
natc thirty persons. The victims without
exception arc refractory workmen who
have refused to continue to pay due ,
to tho syndicates. J1
Government action In suppressing tho
syndicates and forbidding workers'
meetings has contributed to Infurinto
the extremist section of workmen, nlirl
a lockout threatened by the employers'
union ns a protest ngninst the iiHsnnsinnt
tlon of nonsyndlcalized employers, It is
feared will hrlng serious further out- k
rages ngainst the employer who until
recently have been comparatively Immune.
- The Store Will Be .
We shall reopen our doors Monday morning
with many attractions of greatest economy
Look for Our Announcement in the Satur
day Evening and Monday Morning Newspapers.-
Monday will be the first day of the Great
AUGUST SALE OF FURNITURE. On Monday
we shall have 1800 Men's Tropical Suits of unusual
character in style and tailoring at the remarkable
low prices of $13.75 and $16.50. On Monday we
shall have many other attractions that will make
it worth your while to come miles to see.
Strawbridge & Clothier
IHMHll THE ATLANTIC REFINING COMPANY
with every S'TiitefVi
Vacuum Cup CvCzWtvivxa
Tire a Ton aSJJiimMAt.
Tested" Tube T?fSvLKHi
x Extra Heavy Cord Type) I
36x6 $108.40 36x6 17.7Pi 1
80.35 35x5 10.65 I
64.65 34x4 8.75 I
56.00 33x4 6.90 I
w .-r-i ..'i i&. i vbitw :;;; :w .::' m
Effective today, and continuing
throughout the month of August,
your local dealer is authorized to
give you, with each Vacuum Cup
Cord or Fabric Tire purchased,
One Pennsylvania "Ton
Tested" Tube of cor
responding size, abso- .
lately free of charge!
You not only save the substantial
amocnt ordinarily paid for tubes,
but you also save on the casings.
For Vacuum Gup Tires, at pre
vailing prices standardized
net and uniform throughout the
United Stateseosr 1pss than
other makes of equal quality.
If you cannot secure prompt service
from your regular, dealer, send
direct to Factory at Jeannette,
Pa, and your order will be filled
through nearest dealer
Factory Branch. ,
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