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' Washington, Sept.' 3. "Home
Sweet Hotne" will hate few charms
for . many Republican members of
Congress during the present recess
until September ' 21, because those
ho have had . the courage to go
conference practically as-
Why did you pretend to be in fav
or of economy and then , vote $48,-
500,000 to the Shipping Board out government
self being extravagance and. waste'
of everything but the new scandal,
of the Leaker administration, which
IS seeking1 to employ two men at 1
$35,000 each and one at $25,000 In I
the ' operations department, and a.1
from $25,000 down to $10,000 and
host of lawyers at salaries ranging
others at slightly less.
President Harding approved the
Lasker plan in writing.
The character and nature of this
employment was thoroughly expos- j
ed by Senator Harrison (Dem., I
Miss.), -who showed that some of!
the men to be employed at large j
salaries had recently been employed
I- - A .,.. . I
paratively small salaries.
Senator King (Dem., Utah), point
ed out that some great law firms in
New York made It a practice to em
ploy young men who have secret In
formation obtained as employees in
government departments and then
utilize that information against the
of which to pay officials employed or
Inylted to be employed, at salaries
of 135.000 a vear each. 125.000.
nmn know inai iney must into szu.uuu, iio.uuu ana iiu.uvu
large numbers of Irate constituents among them attorneys alleged to be
(and Gosh, how they dread It! ) who
will demand explanations concern-
Wthe votes they have cast during
the first pari 01 me extra bcsbiuu.
Antlcipatlngjn a measure some of
the questions sure to be asked tbem
and including others by way of sug
gestion, the following is "SUlimitted
as a pertinent and' Just form of
questionnaire to be addressed by
voters to their respective Republi
Voters' Questionnaire To Republi
can Congressmen " ,
Why did you vote for the hodge
podge Fordney" Tariff Bill which
protects only the manufacturers and
the profiteering manufacturers most
of all, at the expense of agriculture
and all other natural industries T
Why did you vote to relieve 20,
000 persons, mostly war profiteers,
of excess profits tax and individual
income surtaxes amounting to an
average tax or $30,000 a year, and
add an average tax of $600 a year
to 20,000 small producing corporations?
members of firms with claims
against the Shipping Board?
Why do you blame the alleged
mismanagement In the Shipping
Board - upon Democrats when the
Chairmen of the Shipping Board
during its period of greatest activi
ty were Charles M. Schwab, a Re
publican and Charles Plez, also a
Republican, and J. H. Rosseter, Di
rector of Operations, also a Repub
lican, and all three contributors to
Republican campaign funds?
Why did you vote for the gag
rule and steam-roller methods un
der which you passed the tariff and
tax bills, cutting off debate and pre
venting amendments except by mem
bers of the committee?
Why did you vote to enable the
Secretary of the Treasury to in-
"Reprehensible as that is, that is
not the worst story of the contro
versy," said Senator Harrison.
"The facts are disclosed here that
practically every man who is an
attorney In the legal department
under Mr. Lasker came in "on the
recommendation of some big law
firm in New York, some of whom
have cases against the Shipping
Senator Hn'rrison read testimony
of Mr. Schlessinger, bead of the
legal department of the Board, that
he had offered one lawyer $25,000,
but the lawyer was holding off be
cause there were some things he
wanted to talk over. He then testi
fies that this lawyer's firm has 200
cases againt the Shipping Board.
MINGO WAR RENEWED
l S. TO SEND TROOPS
Brig. Gen. H. H.
Va., Sept. 1.
crease certificates of indebtedness , this morning announced that he had
$500,000,000 to provide for a defl- sent a telegram to the War Depart-
cit in revenues from the tariff and
tax bills, while pretending that the
bills would supply the needed rev
I What single vote have you cast
that has resulted in anv relief to
by did you vote to take $17,- businesa melli t0 farmer8 t0 labor,
h A A awa niV 41a avnuaaa Mim. '
to any industry except protected
manufacturers, to the Improvement
of conditions of living among your
fellow-citizens or that redounds to
the honor of your country?
Whrtt has Congress accomplished
in the four months and two weeks It
000,000 taxes off the express com
panies and not relieve the parcels
post from the same sort of tax?
Whv did you. after the Soldiers'
"tjtonus bill bad been killed in the
Senate at the dictation of President
Harding on the statement that the
Government could not afford It, i
then vote $500,000,000 to the rail
roads which already owed the Gov
Why did you - vote to cut down
the appropriations for good rqads in
all the states from $100,000,000 to
$75,000,000 with 5,735,000 persons
out of work, and then vote appro
priations of nearly a billion dollars
has been in session? . Do you know
of any one thing completed from
which any one has derived any
benefit as a result of Congressional
Tho Lasker Shipping Board Scandal
The Shipping Board scandal got a
good airing in the Senate just prior
to the recess adjournment not the
old charges of extravagance and
for Army and Navy with a disarm-J waste while the war was on, war lt-
nient requesting that Federal troops
be sent into West Virginia at once.
General Bandholtz's announce
"I am satisfied the miners will
not obey the President's proclama
tion. I have dispatched a telegram
to Washngton requesting that Fed
eral troops be sent into West Vir
General Bandholtz's decision was
reached after he had listened to a
report made by Col. Stanley H. Ford
and MaJ. C. H. Thompson, who late
last night returned from a trip
along the Boone-Logan County line.
General Bandholtz, when ques
tioned as to when the President's
proclamation of martial law would
be promulgated, replied he could
not state the exact hour, but ex
pressed the view it would be promul
gated Immediately after receipt of
his telegram at the War Depart
In Ybich we. double
cross a master mind
TALK ABOUT dime novels.
THEY SENT Jim down.
TO TEXAS to Investigate.
60 ME OIL wells thero.
WHICH THEY mis'.it buy.
IF JIM said O.::.
AND" HE was to report.
BY WIRE In sccrot codo.
NOW ENTER the villain.
A SLIPPERY crook.
"GOT WIND of It
AND TRAILED Jim down.
COPIED OFF hla code.
AND BRIBED a boob.
IN THE telegraph branch.
SO THE crook could got.
THE EARLIEST word.
AND CORNER stock.
AND WORK a holdup.
IT LOOKED like easy coin.
BUT JIM got wise.
AND THREW away his coda.
AND WHEN he sent.
THE FINAL dope.
HE FOILED the villain.
THE MESSAGE Just said.
. . .
AND HIS directors knew.
THATALL was well.
WITH THOSE oil wells,
FOR OIL men know.
THAT "CHESTERFIELD" means,
"THEY SATISFY." .
YOU'LL know you've "struck
it rich" when you discover
Chesterfields. You'll say "they
satisfy." A wonderful blend '
the nick of Turkish and Do
mestie tobaccos put togetheV in
the Chesterfield way that's
why "they satisfy." And the
Chesterfield blend can not 6
Did yom knoto about th N
ChtrfUU package of JOT
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We extend to you a
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Our Ready-to-Wear is of the
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Beaver Dam, Ky.
MARTIAL LAW IN BELFAST
. AFTER STHKET KIOTINU!
LiGGiTT & MVIM TOIACCO Co.
Belfast, Aug. 31. The military,'
It was announced at midday, will
assume control of Belfast within an
hour as a result of representations J
by the Lord Mayor as to the urgent
necessity of affording the city pro
tection in view of the fierce rioting
and fighting n progress.
By mdafternoon, with the fight
ing still proceeding in some ares be
tween the Utster Loyalists and Sinn
Felners, the total deah roll since
Monday night had reached four
teen. Scores have been wounded,
but the exact number is not known.
Early today Sir William Coates,
the Lord Mayor, made strong rep
resentations to General Carter
Campbell, commanding the British
troops In Ulster, and Chief of Police
Gelston concernng the need for pro
tection of the city's citizens. Last
night UlHter special constabulary,
nearly all former soldiers, were In
action in the Stanhope-street area.
Sniping is carried out on the moat
approved lines, fluid glasses being
used by the snipers.
Fierce revolver fighting bctwocn
Ulster Loyalists and Sinn Felners
continued here this morning, caus
ing scenes of the wildest excitement
in some of the cit'ys main thorough
fares. Another man was killed at
f o'clock, making the total dead up
to the present nine. v
IS COTTON YIELD
Washington, Sept. 1. Decline, In
the condition of the cotton crop dur
ing August caused a reduction of
1,186,000 bales In the estimated fi
nal production a compared with the
amount forecast a month ago.
Production this year was forecast
today at 7,037,000 bales of S00
pounds gross by the Department of
Agriculture, which based ' Its esti
mate on the condition of the crop
August 25, which was 40.3 per cent
of a normal, forecasting a yield of
127 pounds ped acre.
WANTED Men or Women to
take orders tamong friends and
neighbors for the genuine guaran
teed hosiery, full .Una for men
women and children. Eliminates
darning. We pay' TSe an hour
spare time, or ISt.OO a week for
full time Experience unnecessary.
Wrle International Stocking Mills,
Norrtstown, 'Pa. l-19t
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