Newspaper Page Text
signed as Chairman of the Demo
cratlc National Committee at .
Chairman, Democratic National meeting of . the Committee held at
Age, BO years.
Home, Carthage, Tenn.
Member Tennessee Legislature,
Captain Company H. Fourth
Tennessee Regiment, Spanish-Amer-.
lean War, 1898.
Judge, ' Fifth Judicial District
Congressman, , Fourth District,
Author . Income Tax law, Federal
Inheritance' Tax law and measure to
stabilise Talue of Liberty Bonds.
, Joint author of legislative recon
struction program following the
war, the defeat of which by a Re-
tlon of armaments, first by legfrla
tlve provision in 1916 and secondly
through Article VIII of th. coven-
or. 1.- . This was In ae- at of the Learue tit Nntlnn.- wi.h
cordance with his often expressed was proposed by a Democratic pres
wlsh to retire from- the chairman- Ident and incorporated therein as a
ship whenever the Committee could result of his efforts, and
find a successor satisfactory to all Whereas, The Democratic minorl
elements In that organization. The ties In the fionata ami in th
Ideal man was found in Hon, Cor- with the aid of Progressive Republl
dell Hull of Tennessee, who has as- cans, forced the admnistration to
sumed the duties of Chairman. call the forthcoming conference on
The National Committee adopted disarmament,
the fcllowirg resolutions on Chair-; Resolved, That the Democratic
man White's resignation: ! National Committee expresses Its
Resolved, That In accepting the gratification at the 'assembling of
resignation of Honorable George the Disarmament Conference and
White as Chairman of the Democra- further expresses, the hope for Its
tic National Committee, It Is emiii- compile success.
ently appropriate that we should A DmmmmIi Tlew f tho Peace
put upon record the Committee's Conference
genuine appreciation of Mr. White's Senator Swanson (Dem., Va.),'
raitnrul and uneelflsh services to the
t-ua.. v-mijt, rauueo in dusi- party and our estimate if him as a
ness depression and industrial Idle- ma f the lighest type and a Dem
ness and distress. ocrat of a robust nature, who be-
Presided over a board In the Heves In the principles of Democra
Treasury Department In 1917 which Cy and may always be relied on to
prepared the regulations to make fight for the supremacy of the party,
the War Revenue Act more enuita- Mr whita-in hi. Tirn,ot
... ... ... . - lii i -iH.il.
the Chairmanship' may be assured
that he has the cordial thanks of
the Democrats of the nation, the
warmest regards of, the members of
Wa and efficient in its administra
tron; many of the regulations were
Incorporated in the War Revenue
Act of 1918.
Author of "Economic .Consequen
ces of the Dgfeat af the Peace
Treaty," published by many lead
ing newspapers in tne united States DemoeratJc Amendment,
and republished In the Congression
al Record; a review of economic
conditions throughout the world be
fore and after the World War.
this Committee and he always will
have the very best wishes of us all
for his happiness and success
coming conference on the limitation ,
of armamentn and voiced the hopes
and beliefs of his party and a large
majority of the American people in ;
the following extract from, a recent
address on that rubject delivered
on the floor of the 7?i:ate: J
"A more impo-'.'ant conference '
has not assembled since the nations'
of the world met at Versailles to 1
negotiate peace and devise the !
That is what you are getting when you buy
an Anchor Range or Cook Stove, for our
many years of business, selling this line of
stoves, enables us to confidently give this
guarantee with every one we sell:
terms for world r.djustment. Around ;
this conference clusters the hope of!
a disturbed and apprehensive worsd. )
Upon the statesmanship displayed
tures of Tax Bill . by these conferees depends the fu-
In discussing the Tax Revision ture Peace of the world and its safe
bill which passed the Senate by a and sound reconstruction. May Its
Vfltfl nf 9A tn OA Canat TT 1 1 pi haPR t i l7l ho ffn!rai1 kv a 1 ,1
Member Democratic . National Ti. ,r !,. . ..
iuuuouu incu., taiu.j. maue tne rauimwuri wun us responsi-
folIdwUng left-hand(I cjiaracteriza- bilities. Every effort should be
tion of that Iniquitous measure: made to make Its conclusions wise
"A wag said the other day, though, and successful. Nothing should be
of course, I would not dare sub- done to add to Its embarrassment
scribe to such a thing,' that the" tl- an(1 Increase its difficulties. The
tie of the pending bill ought to be nations here assembled should dis
charged to read 'An act to permit CU8S matters frankly and in a spirit
the dishonest to cheat the 'Govern- of conciliation and co-operation.
Committee for Tennessee since
1914 and member of the Executive
Committee since 1916.
Elected Chairman Democratic
National Committee at St. Louis,
November 1921, following the
voluntary resignation of Chairman
George White of Ohio.
. Regarded as an , authority ' on
taxation, financial and economic
subjects, and as a progressive, con-
I structive political leader, non-fac-
Stional and free from class or sec
tional bias. -
I If this conference adjourns without
Washington, Nov. ,19. The sweep-
Senator Johnson was recorded as accomplishing the purposes for
not voting on the passage of the which it was called, it will be a
bill, and despite many criticisms of dark day In the annals of the
the measure by Progressive Repub- world. Better that it' had never
licans, only three Republicans voted been called than to have it fail. If
against it La Follette, Moses and " agreement is reached as to limi
Norrls Only one Democrat Brouss- tatlon of armament the nations
.here assembled will depart with in-
.That if a n Anchor 6tove docs not ive
abpolute satisfaction in cooking we
will cheerfully refund the purchase
price or furnish yen with anothti stove
free of charge,
IF YOU NEED A RANGE, SEE US.
WE HAVE WHAT YOU WANTTU
' incorporated. ) " '
ard (La.), voted for It.
The most Important beneficial creased distrust and suspicion, to be
lng Democratic victories on Nov- amendments to the bill were formu- followed by Increased armies and
,mber 8- deluding the capture of lated by Democrats and presented navies, wih all their attendant bur-
nunieroug .nepuoiican sirongnoios, ty senator Simmons (Dem., N. C), oens. But disarmament, the main
i add to the happy, harmonious and and have heretofore been published purpose of the conference, can be
V hopeful auspices under which the . in this correspondence. On the last accomplished only when national
Hon. Cardell Hull assumes the day, Senator Walsh (Dem., Mass,), u:fffrence3 are settled r,nd national
chairmanship of the Democratic Na- secured the adoption of the amend- confidence restored. The just rights
tional Committee. - ment providing for graduated tax on 'f each nation should be fully
Virginia returns the largest Dem- transfers of property by gift, rang- recognized, and all unjust demands
ocratic majority In Its history after ing from one per cent on sums be- firmly resisted. A settlement to be
a campaign in which the Republl- tween $20,000 and $50 000, and permanent must be Just. We should
t . 6ans bad an exceptionally strong ranging as high as 25 per cent on flrst convince those here assembled
candidate for Governor and after amounts in excess of $10,000,000. that we have no selfish purpose to
they had waged the most aggressive Seator Smoot'a Sales Tax, which serve; that we seek only common
. campaign ever made by them In previously had met with 'little favor gd 'or ourselves and the rest of
the' state. Maryland In a state-wide was again presented and rejected tne world. There are many diffl
vote has overturned an unprecedent- without a record vote. j culties confronting the conference,
ed Republican majority and Ken- It is estimated by Treasury ex- but I believe with proper forbear
tucky has redeemed her legislatur3 perts, who have been charged with ance and concessions they can be
from Republican rule. having drafted the bill ln terms successfully settled.'1., -
While victory in New V:rk C'tv that laymen not onlv hut fipnatnra ' 1
was assured In advance the tremen- themselves cannot uderstand, that
ous majority there was surprising the bill will yield $200,000,000 less
""S vH.ttvlnff Davtlmilawlv mvh.L .. 41 ,1 1 . 1 .
g .niuvum-j felt..- IUUH IQB eilBUDg ISW.
ing were the Democratic v!c- An analysis of the Tax Revision
orles ln important cities and towns bill will be of more value after It
lin upstate New ' York, long under nas Deen dealt with by the confer
' ReouUUcaB misrule and bossism. ence committee representing both
f jTbe election of the first Demo- Houses.
uyor in Syracuse in nneen in the meantime, the general
art , is resaraeo as a personal cnaracter or tne bill was expressed
padiatio;of the autocratic reac- in the following extract from
'Vl 'niih Man im Af ilnv Mil. snoAnk K Oa oi. i
l" i'1.h, J'omt t0WD- N- c-' of the Senate Finance Com-
Ir1 Recent "election in Connecticut mittee: . -
ANSWER THE CALL
Hartford People Hive Found
This in. Xeresiutry
A cold, a strain, a sudden wrench,
A little cause may hurt the kid-
By Special Arrangements We Are Able to Offer
&e Hartford Herald
erT.ThV'urii-over to the Demo-
Taking all the reductions you
cratt tyaa. unusually large was " fol- have made ln behalf of all the other
.--loweij'iaNov.' 8 by a Democratic taxpayers of the .country, the indivl
alitor. la the Important city of vldual income taxpayers, the rolscel-
I TWiilffelfori and ihm mmtinv nf a Ave lunann, t,r.,AH v n ... ..l..
VI term Renubllcan mayor. mnr fr ( tk. ' inrnni'a(tnn than
IfK- pointed out by Chairman Hull you have taken off of all the balance
orxtne Democratic National Com- Dut together. Can vou tuntifv htt
mltti the elections generally Indl- When you do that sort of thing are
caiea irena away irom tne jvepuD- you not guilty of the charge I made
llcan Party and a realization on the when I opened the debate that your
part of the people. that Republican bill Is a bill to relieve the treat
obBtrucUm and defeat f the Demo- Xch, powerful corporations of the
cratle program of reconstruction fol- country at the expense of the hal
lowing Ua Aw lit?, has brought ance of the taxpayers of the coun
bout dlsastsftus- results to business -
ftuu inuuiuj. ;,: v i , ! t The flnrt nnlnlnn I. th.t
rn tact mat v Demcrata car
ried President HarcMng's home town
of Marlon would seem to Indicate
the waning of the personal pnu-
larity of the Preisident. to tbla H
Tax bill does not square with Re
publican election promises ln
Ik iiwH-raU Inaugurated IMmi rout
ine iit Policy.. Hope for 1U 8ucc
added a touch of irony la the fad Th. .i... .k. n.
that Mtrion voted for ifhe state sol- pi(t.t pa8t..nd present on the policy, urB C?
rilAra . hnnus after PrafH-n - I
. oi iui umiiftiion oi armaments was
Ainm In m. neech ta th fiana- v.mj ... .. ....... - . I
-jp t- 'vi1 uuiVH i pvnrBA4i ft v in iha r '
Irought about the, po:tonem.nt lowing .solution adopted at a meet
I and perhapa the death of the Na- i. nf thrw,n,n,.,!,ti m,.,ii
tional Bonus Bill. ' JttM at BloUis oa November 1 :
V " v )- Whpnu. Th. nannla nf Iho ITnlf.
Spells of backache often follow,
Or some Irregularity of the urine,
A splendid remedy for such at
A medicine that has satisfied
Is Doan's Kidney Pills, a special
kidney remedy. Ask your neighbor,
Many Hartford people rely on it
Here Is Hartford proof.
Mrs.. W. O. Himes, Madison St.
says: "My experience with Doan's
Kidney Pills has been very satisfac
tory and I can recommend them tor
they certainly are fine for kidney
complaint. My kidneys were ir
regular and annoyed me very Inuch.
I bad dreadful pains in my side and
over my kidneys. My back pained
so when I would sweep or stoop
over) and I couldn't do my house
work. I got Doan'a Kidney Pilla at
the Ohio County Drug Co. and they
practically cured me. Since then,
1 1 have taken a few Doan's and the
results were very satisfactory
Price 0c. at all dealers, Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy
; get Doan's Kidney Pills the same
'that Mrs. Himes had. Foster-Mil-
Mfrs., Buffalo, N. T,
'-'lal rs creatlv heajtsned hv h .
... - v .
i l Democratic victories, which
t s assert will make i for party
a r'1ty and, as Chulrmun- Hull
express It, "will Inspire Democrats
everywhere to renewed efforUwlth
lncreus'-K expectations of succfi."
IV Pay Tribute to T.x-i i'.r.
fd States and thn world are burden
ed wltlr enormous taxes due ln large
part to the preparation for and con
sequences of war,. which the gov
erument of the United States ex
pended i per oet of its income
for wars p.ut present and future,
EYES EXAMINED FREE!
I B4k doabl f Una
SUvtct voa wait
Com In na bd Ht
pcctacU work. 1
i FUR STORAGE
One Year, and the
Courier-Journal, Daily, except Sunday, for
Louisville Times,-Daily, ' '
Louisville Post, Daily, . . .
Owensboro Messenger, Daily,
Owensboro Messenger, Twice-a-Week,
Owensboro Inquirer, Daily, . .
Owensboro Inquirer, Twice-a-Week,
New York World, Thrice-a-Week,
St. Louis Globe-Democrat, Twice-a-week,
TL!.l.f ! .
iuS1oer appnes to renewals as well as new subscrip
tions. New subscriptions may, if desired, start at a later
dateand renewals will date from expiration of present nnM
Send or bringiyour orders to
T5fe Hartford Herald
Mary had a little limb.
Well shaped, as limblets go;
And everywhere that Mary went
"That limb wassure to show.
A Rye.al Ide
Theatrical Manager: "I'm look
ing for a play with a punch In It."
Helpful Friend: "Why not try a
revival of 'Ten Nights. In a Bar
room T" " '
1 1 V .
A CASH OFFER !
THE HARTFORD HERALD has made
Memphis Weekly Commercial Appeal
a special clubbing rata with the
papers for one year for the low price of
by which we will furnish both
The Commercial Appeal is one of the.lar Ut piper, v. th
South and we lope to receive many neyft' Mr. (f .
$ 1. 1 1 Asa ior vioth r -i b-a tw.l