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Republicans Planning Energet
ic Campaign to Put Harding
Chicago, June 13.^-Campaign man
agers for Senator Wai /en G. Hard
ing of Ohio, who was made the presi
dential nominee by the republican
national convention Saturday night,
said today no time would be lost in
getting things under way. Harry M.
Dougherty, director of Harding's pre
convention campaign requested the
national committee to "take prompt,
snappy and energetic action" in plac
ing the merits of the republican is
sues before the voters of the country.
Party managers, it was said, would
not wait until Senator Harding and
Governor Calvin Coodidge of Massa
chusetts are officially notified of their
nomination, but plan to start the cam
paign soon after the democratic con
vention is held.
Will H.Hays, re-elected chairman
by the new national committee, was
out of town today resting after his
strenuous days during the conven
tion. Members of the new executive
committee of whom seven will be wo
men, will be named without delay by
Chairman Hays. A vice-chairman of
the executive committee, who will be
a woman, will be selected at the time
the committee is announced.
A resolution passed in the final
minutes of the convention forecasts
a change in the representation of the
republican party form the^southern
states at future national conventions.
The resolutions introduced by for
mer Congressman Paul Howland of
Ohio, provides that the apportion
ment of delegates to conventions
shall be in proportion to the republi
can votes cast in the States.
Testimony before the national com
mittee ten days ago in its examina
tion of claims of contesting delega
tions from several southern states
showed certain delegates represented
only a smal\ constituency as com
pared to delegates from other sec
tions of the country. The resolution
which was passed unanimously not
withstanding the protests of dele
gates from Louisiana, Alabama and
Texas, provides "that in order to ef
fect proper and necessary changes
in the apportionment of delegates in
proportion to the republican votes
actually cast at general elections
throughout the various states ,and in
order to inspire a greater effort to
elect and maintain substantial party
organizations in all the states, the na
tional committee, notwithstanding
any rule heretofore adopted is di
rected within 12 months to adopt
an equitable basis of representation
in future national conventions. The
basis shall be set forth in the call for
the next convention* and be binding
upon all other future conventions un
til otherwise ordered."
About the time party managers be
gin their real activities the senate
committee investigating campaign
funds will resume hearings, holding
its first session in Chicago July 7.
While the committee has been author
ized to extend its investigation, Sen
ator Kenyon, its chairman, said no
plans had yet been made to inquire
into campaign funds up to election
S Suffragists Active.
The republican presidential nomi
nee will become the centre of the
campaign of the national woman's
party to bring about ratification of
the Federal suffrage constitutional
amendment, according to a state
ment issued by suffrage leaders. A
large delegation of women from
many states, it was announced, will
await upon Senator Harding and ask
him to insist upon republican action
to secure the thirty-sixth states for
"Our campaign against republican
obstruction to suffrage is not over,"
said the statement. "We will contin
ue publicly and insistently -;o demand
action fronyihe republican party to
complete suffrage ratification. Since
our picketing began at the republican
convention hall, additional pressure
has been exerted by republican lead
ers to secure a special session in Ver
Delegates and visitors attracted to
Chicago by the National convention
lost no time in getting away from
town after the nominations were
.made. Today few delegates were
here and virtually no party leaders.
Senator Harding left for Washing
ton late Saturday night on the same
train with Senator Lodge of Massa
chusetts, chairman of the convention, j
and Senator Smoot, Senator John
son, California, also departed.
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