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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 13, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 8

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WILSON HITS SECTIONALISM
CHARGE OF REPUBLICANS
On Board Pres. Wilson's Train, Al
toona, Pa., Oct 13. Feeling pleased
over the reception given him in In
diana yesterday, Pres. Wilson today
is swinging along in his private train,
enroute back to Long Branch, N. J.
The Democratic leaders still feel In
diana anuncertain quality, but that
in the two addresses the president
made yesterday he carried home two
points:
1 That the president is contemp
tuous of such issues as sectionalism
and other contentions raised- by his
Republican opponents and is deter-rspectacular regimental charges,, are
mined to carry on his campaign to
make his adversaries, as he says,
"put up or shut up" on what he re
gards the real issues.
2 For the first time he has ex
plained exhaustively to the fanners
of the country what the Democratic
congress has done for them by pass
ing the rural credits bill, federal re
cerve and other acts.
HUGHES IN MISSOURI TAKES
STAND FOR SUBMARINES
St Louis, Oct 13. On what Pres.
Wilson considers his lucky day
Friday the 13th Republican Candi
date Hughe&vswung into Democratic
Missouri today confident of making
enough votes to carry the "show
me" state in November. Western
Republican managers have expressed
great confidence at the chances for
their ticket carrying the states, and
Hughes, himself1, planned two red
hot speeches-p-in Springfield late this
afternoon and at Joplin tonight to
carry convincingly the doctrines of
Republicanism.
From now on Hughes plans freely
to discuss what he would have done
were he president. The meeting in
Louisville last night "took the lid off"
the question of the submarine issue.
Hughes said he would have severed
diplomatic relations after the Lusi
tania sinking. It forced Hughes' hand
to a certain extent, j
CHICAGOANS TO GET CHANCE
TO WATCH HOME BOYS
ON BORDER
The activities of the Chicago
guardsmen on the Mexican border
during the summer are graphically
picturized in a flve-reeL film which
will be shown at Orchestra hall for
two days only, Monday and Tuesday,
Oct. 16 and 17.
. The film is entitled "On the Rio
Grande" and was especially posed by
the First Illinois cavalry, Chicago's
crack regiment of mounted men. The
various activities of the soldiers,
from camp life and patrol duty to
shown. A scene depicting a drawn
saber charge across the Texas plains
by the entire regiment is pronounced
by local moving picture critics as one
of the most thrilling scenesof its kind
ever produced.
The film is particularly interesting
to Chicago people because it presents
a true picture of border conditions
and activities. It is a comprehensive
review of the "manner of making sea
soned soldiers out of our citizens.
Scores of public men and women
have manifested a live interest in
the unusual production and many of
Chicago's leading citizens will be
seen in the boxes at the first perform
ance. o o
TODAY WITH THE CANDIDATES
Republican. Chas. Evans Hughes
campaigning in Missouri. Will de
liver set speeches at Springfield and
Joplin.
Democrat Pres. Wilson enroute
to sumnTer capital at Shadow Lawn
from Indianapolis. Due at Shadow
Lawn at 2 p. m.
Prohibition. J. Frank Hanly and
Dr. Ira Landrith, 'with Prohibition
special, campaigning through South
ern Illinois and Indiana, ending with
a night meeting at Evansville, Ind.
Socialist A. L Benson resting in
San Francisco. Scheduled to ad
dresB big mass meeting there to
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