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TT?T.SA DAILY WOULD, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 80, 1020
KEEEP UP UPROAR
Charges Hurled Thick
and Fast at Commit
LABOR OFFERS PLAN
Compcra aw! VVoll RrprvM-hi
Federation at Frisco
Many Proposal Heard.
CONTIM CH KIHM rVIK SK,
fftM!r t s In li.iiinniiy Hh
the wtiii" houWi decided not to u
for iilM-nnitMllti'M onelderatlon f"r
their fiunk't etlofte.
One of thoflt who ilf' llnrrl tn tnkr
bin BfopoSAl I" 111" Inner t t I ol
HMlOfin bUlldCfl man V J Hrynn,
who Mid h piff'M rl i n ill mill
fli ii h Hi" flrht for hi loHgun of
nation and bMi dry plunk In Ihe
full rninnilllfp after (he an lo ormnlt -tee
had a f rd . Hi-nalnr Walnh of
M uaaa I . i n i i 1 who a tao I mil it
iMMflN plrtiik bf hi ow n, nmdn a
tlrnllnr doctor! ion
In thHr del ihorKt lone tonight Um
uhrommlf tee had an a MlKlf In
Virginia pUlfmrn written hy Horia -tor
UIhh and approved hy t'r nhli-m
WllOOfli U M hd ii IBMI of trail
nonv lo follff-t tit t tl.tv'a jMihllr
arguimiiu dttrtftg Himh r . in . on
moiiy to rolled at the day ptlbllo
the prohibition and Irleh umaMuin.
eevernl tirnea npproarlo-d tin- boiling
At th OOfloltWtofl Of Hi" hearing
today, I ho full platform committor
fcdjourin'd until lo o'clock tomorrow,
but mornhria of the auoonmmltlon
generally predicted that doaplti) the
lotm night arulnn, they would be un
etda to report hy that hour. It wax
M.M that if a report waa ready dur
ing th day the full committee miKht
conaldor It at a nlKhi m union tomor
row In the hope fif having the plat
form rta-ly for the convention Uaelf
Opt-n warfare ovi't prohibition, tne
Irlah queallon, ami ot her t rn utile -nine
laatira of the de itinera t U pin t
form iiKn today In itorin iwept
con t mitt i f hearing while in private
the leaden continued theli negotto
tlona for a aitt lenient to keep ttio
hoattlltlea from apu-adng later lo the
floor of the convrnton Itaelf.
Tonight the piAtform luboomnitt"
tee had not yt begun actual prep
Aratlon on tho parly di lara I ion
of prlAOlplM Mid there wcte no mr
fao tndii atloiiH thai their nnU had
heen made any adopter h the day'u
puhllr nmunienta or private ioii
aulltitlon. Hrynn Niiffern ln-r at
A momentary def "At waa admin -lati-i
r d the Hryan dry legteletlon In
the full platform OO mm It UNI when
a parliamentary hnitle for position
nn ihn mn'iikiT'a Hal wjin dot bled In
favor of the wet by a vote of a 7 to(,
in inn urnrrii i mroii'ti ion, nvw
ver, waa to dlacnunt t It Ignlfl
canoe of the voto, wliteti w-a iiilo-n
to dot (do which Side ahould apeak
The clnah eumo aa anon na the
eotnnilttee took up the prohibition
taaii". Mr llr an nnd Mr. t'ochran
wranuled for half an hour on the
point. ChalrniAn Olaa finally In
terrupted to aay that It appeared
that no one "wanted to talk, ao the
question would he p. taxed over. '
"Thla la not a tlmo for Joking."
IhOUtod Mr. Ilryan.
The chair la not Joklnr," re
torted Senalor (llaaa, pOUttdlAg the
tab'e, "and reaenta the iUgytatlOH."
In the aklrmloh both wela and
drya aruued that their opponent
were trying 10 VOODOO ttlO prohibi
tion laaiif and thoroforo ahould
preaent their caao flmt. When thn
drya wre forced to go Ahead. Mr.
Ilryan took rhftrge of the lime al
lotted to that aide but divided all of
It among other apeakera rcpreaont
lng the antl-naloon league, church
aaao t tlona and other prohibition
For the WBtfl V. Ilmirke 'tK krnii
ut Now York mam i I u t'hlef
aM)keamnn of a deluiir ilurlug
uhlch Mr. ltryan vmin called upon
tn txplaln hi.- OOJIMOtkln with tin
AiHl-Nalooii league. Jle denied
tlnit he had cvi-r rcecivrd etniM'ii-
nii-n from the league except for
"four months of luM year for cer
tain public sprrrheA."
The meeting vtaa iin lino an
iipnmr when former Cmigrc
nuin Theodore H II of 'altfnmht,
uiio opened the 0MM for the wel.
vtiia il hy .Mr. ltryan In what
cataclty he came lMklon the com
mittee. "I Apeak for the grai grnwera
of t alirornla," Mr. '.. II replied,
" it M.l I uould llk( to n v I. the it n
tb mini for whom he p.
"I am tUin:- for the women
ami children 1 hat your traffic
wouM dost ror,H rotofiod Um No
brankan Vihlle ehe'iM ami iIhch
kept the riMini tn a turmoil.
"And wliat ciiuM'iiaallnn do you
Wtlve. dlniilj or tudln-eily, from
il.. I -Salmon league?" peralat
ed Mr Hell
"Nit a nickel?"
"Not a nlckH. 1 ought to aay
Stops Hair Coming Out;
Doubles Its Beauty.
A few cenhj buy a "Danderlne."
After an application of "Dander
lno" you can not find a fallen hair
or any dandruff bealde every hair
howa new life, vigor, brlghtnaaa
moro cwlor gna thicknAi. AdvU
Alaivr, Mm. Pi Croaby, ut left, and
Jenny IJnd. BofpOl, Mih Kate S.
Morrow, renter, and ladtl M.
Harry. Tim photographa wen
taken at Nut I'ranctNoo.
The four women above llluatrata
the type who m-n wathlng the In
taraOtl Of their aex at the deitioeratlr
national "tivent Ion. Mi - C
Orooby Im u dalagato from lthina-
landOT, Win. If Ina J rn nine land,
from ftflnnenpiilla. Ia an alternata
dOlagati Mi Kate H. Morrow la a
dolfgata ni no v,v ftorn Mtaiotiri.
I -u lu M li;ui N alao from Mlaaouil.
thai during four montlis of 1AM
jcar I rebelled ro III Wi noa U OtJ for
certain piildlr Hpterhe hut for
nine yoara heroic i fought thtN
tiatfh without a pcnnj M rnmiii-
Chairman (dans finally naked
for order and Jerry Kaii of Um
nrollna I rudea nlou I Iberty
league ITM heard briefly In urging
modification of the Vototond law.
Tb" U lab laaue v uiged In Mich
militant faohton thai tbt crowded
enmmltl on waa In almoat eon-
taal uproar, opponents or the pro
poaal for rooOgnlUon Of the IrJnh re
publlo WOrt kept under a hall of
h'- kllng it dei laimi from h imIi
ay input ti l.era and only two were
ailed Abort and ut?lv w-'i-Im while
the commit tee i-halrman iHiunded
unheeded with hU g.ivel and aerg
ranta at anna tUSMlad wbh the
crowd In an ineffectual effort tn
The argument for the Irlah re
cognition plank waa led hy frank J.
VYulnh aiol the opposition waa
handled by 1 amureat laoytl of
lloaion, prealdent of the Iyat coali
tion. LabOT'i platform w.ia preaenle.i t.i
the commit tie ty Hamuel (lorupera
who declared the republican part v
liad wrl'teii feaetbm on Itn b.inner
and that the labor VOtO muat find
aomo avenue elanwhero fr exprea
ton of dontro.
The b-agui tf nntlona, another
anbject t hi eaten iiy, a convention
floor fight wiu not mentioned dur
ing the day'H hearlnga, hut ttlori
were many migKewtlon on nlmoat I
every other pOiltiOal lUOjOOV pro
longing the committee' dellherntlona
Into the evening.
Hon? loMMra1 Pton,
Itooolutiona foi oontponontlnn ex
aervlce men, presented by Rlohard
A. Jonca of the W'nahli fftOfl dologg
Hon, provbb for 'aelectlve or option
al ootnjianoiUon'1 and oondonntd
the "nypoorttlonl conduol of the n
puhllcuu ci ngi eaa " on the DOnUI
A plank to deal with JapanOM
I nnilgruil'Xi and turn! ownorahlp WW
unnuttod by V. S Mh 'aJtl hey ol
Micrnmonto 1 1 would "favof lawi
providing for the exclusion of nOfl
MOlnUanolo peopb a nnd forbid dinf
ll.oe alreadv heie, owneiahlp ami
control of the loll "
Mr MoClntchey had onloulatod, llo
told the OOm ml 1 10 that at the pre.'i
ent rate of IllorAOM tbofO would be
I00.noo.000 In the country ut tho
end Of MO v.nr.H The pbnik waa
AUpportAd by Senat or 1 'helan of
a rnuipi Hi" Inilep ndpuce id, ink
whm naked by .1 IV MOlonOtOi repre
aei.tlng t he l'ilplne mbion .md hy
liesident i 'ominlHMtoner I af fet I .
Thev eon tended tha Plttplnooi had
demonatrated their rnpaclty for Im-
IYKO It hM In nfltlnnl Mk-
t nnly. Ilhn I' -".n.
ntluM ell (tiktiituu.
occur most frequently
with tliose in a run
down, weakened condi
tion ; who are nervously
and physically exhaust
ed. It will pay you to keep
in trim these hot days by
The Great General Tonic
Sold ll All li. iui I.- ........
Hole Unnufiti turrrtl
iiVKo MKUCDTH niMi'ivv
New Yor Kaaau t It. M
Fair Delegates at Frisco Cont ention
m llg If tnd p n.b m e The Bpponl
of Mr. MOltnotO hi OUht tin- OOOR
loll it 4- ami a pec l a t o ra to their feet
V' cheera. the fiiHt Im bh rd of the
Kind during the hearlnga
Mra. William Konl of California,
lyprootnttng t no woman'o Intorna
ilon.il leaiiKi loi p- are and freedom
UrgOd a program to fOffratd WW id
a plank for Inland vrntorway de
vtlopmonl vu nroorntod by Bdward
F lodtr i mil H n.'il commit tecm-i n
ior MtMnurl, and Jamoo B Bmiki
JM LonJo, prratdonl of tho Inli I
W .leeway AO) clal (Oil
There waa an angry outhurat When
RaOdOlpn W. Smith, Vice president
cf loyaj coalition aald 110,000,000
bad been collected from Irlnh AOnrani
girl a and othern by IrUh aym path
lMra for propaganda in America A
woman atarted down the ;. ahOUl
lng. "Take that back; I'll not Miami
When a aergeant at ornia failed
to Atop the woman, three policemen
led her to her eeat.
Several OpbltttOti weer ahouted al
Mr. Hinllh and Chairman tilaa
finally warned the crowd that apecliv
tore wer present only by courteMy of
Mr. Smith emphasized the nrKit
menr that friendly rolatlOni with
Kngland were Involved. lie waa
frequently interrupted by Jeera, hta
aea and hoatlte lnterecttona. Upon
concbiftlon of the Irlah hearing the
ctirnmlitee rOOOOMd uptlt llll when
Iiearlnga were to le reaiimed.
Bonator I'helan of California nlao
urged for the irleh plank and Mkod
I'lllllllll l tl.lt 1.1 1i. "f.-: rill Til 1
of a plain duty leaat It might In
I volve ii h In Rome International dla-
ooartaty." ippooing a piatxorm
declaration for Irlah rOOgnlUon4 Hep
reaeutatlve 4onneMy of Texaa. aid
that OUOh action "could only be con
sidered hv tlrent Hrlt'.an aa an af
front to her dignity and a challenge
lit her authority within her own
dominlona." Diplomat!" recogn It Ion
waa conMiltutlonally a power of the
prealdent. he aald, and not a proper
Kttbjool for part Ian potttloa,
lrih ayrnpathiera In the crowded
Take 2.00 lo the nearest
dealer and buy a Auit of
. V. a. re. Off.
Ideal uit for t or air).
B i jJPr ejuml. 1 Ajgf
A Ntw Siil t REE
U Tb,, Rip
fUvlfftfcin m l Kind.
In Mot h r i . ,
altar fcl'U. Hlmi'U
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tiVnOll V. t rr you
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en lh nark ot .h
i !' oat
AiiftrttitM. I . f . .
ara ..ar. jf
tajAliP J,..aii " 5 "Jf
TO CLOSE ESTATE WILL SACRIFICE
lM, wondnrtul m3r propnrt? eonUnf tin 1125.000 halt esiSS nwlomtr
I, in, eftlftUftl liumeitMil of IH nioftie. S bnltit, but ur i. Itign bank, lana
Thn in. unfit of nornm eni Itld oml lb Inmnt h lnn.Wpo (nntnifs. nnrabnar.
flownrt nn.1 nhndn tmrn all mlltlrnUA.
s t M r Oufteubnlu nul Sbndoa tbn IiimI natlJniUnl Metlon
B Ihn Jnmnj Connl.
DAVID s. HBYKBi IAO, U BJUQBTOM ATA . wkst i:xn. n. j.
committer room perAiatently heckled
the a peak era opposing ;i recognition
p l.i nk and the meeting waa kept
moat of the time In a tumult.
"Vouiv a liar," aomcone yelled In
the mldxt of one of thn apeechea,
and there weru many gro.ina hii1
hkHAen mingled wiih cheera jim the
prot rat again at Irlah recognition
waa prenented. The lahoi fudera
tion a platform aa read to th coni
m It lee by Vice PTOOtdOOl Matt le w
Woll, WOO the aarne um that prea ntod
tO the republican platform com
mittee at CnloaJfOi
H pi o bled for full protection of
ttiiKn earmua to organlzn and bar
guin collectively, declarod again at
iintl-atrike teglalatlon and "unwar
rnntabto1 Injum Uong and propoaed
gu.irnntecH for free apen h, adetiuate
praparodnoooi n ourb on profltoorlnaTi
nrohtbltlon of child labor and M
Korcomonl Of the eight hour day.
Court In June tlona, Mr. (ntnpe.r de
clared, bad annulled provlalona of
the Clayton antitrust law protecting
Labor la practleally In the
tlon ua before Ha enactment," he a a
OOrtOdi declaring courts had required
men to do things they had no right
to do. The labor hearings were
cloaed with Mr. flompera' aildreaa.
hffOffV Hndlcnl DcmamK
Rtate Senator Oleaon of Utah pre
seuted a number of demands, backed,
he oaldi by t he "radbala" of the
demociaib: party. He assailed At
torney lener a I rainier for a huso of
the luwa guaranteeing freedom of
apeech and the press. Applauae
greeted a Ataternent that prohibition
waa not n. political lam and ahould
be barred from tho platform. He
also u rued the government owner
ship and operation of railroads, oth
er public utilities and natural re
Aaked If the federal bm'a program
provided for the right Of the govern
ment omployag to gtrtko, Mr. voii
"We favor the right of public em-
Thn firm Appli
cation of Howard's
w ill KNlnnlah ynu.
It rrHla beauty
AlrBOAt Ilk manic,
hut the moat won
flarful thlna about
It la tha fart thn
whiiHt it turna (hn
IhN.'hi Hinl nmat
I(fllfP .l . v .-ti
A radiant bfroity
i tot . . ret or
roust) mi tika anowy
" r ! IT . f I l" I Id
nt ina aiiK'iteat aian or p hp after in
pile (Ion. It Art Dally vaniaha from at it fit
an. I tha nxat AtatAd AlntOApbAfA will not
AfOdUAt tlia laaat atwnlm-aa or at I'UAtliaaa of
t tee akin.
It ! abantutelr hannlraa an.l will nalthar
rrpdUAA aor aitmutAta th vrowlli al hair.
Within 2 hoiiia tbla VOAdtrtnl roinblna
Hon raltrii Hut trmltk Crtam
wilt work ii marvaloUA tranaforniAtlon.
MAAVfAAtArad at Huffalu, N. Y , by How
ard nroa Ck aaa tool to.
uuaker Hiuc aioro can supply you.
ploy AO lo organize nnd to ho their
gib aui en t OMldorad for adjudb I -lion
Hut we do not advocate their
right to atilkA."
A eommlaabin to inveattgatp In
fluscrlal dlapuies lH Hie haals of Wll
liam .1. Hrynn I plank on InduatrUl
rotal loriA. A a aterm nt of Ida pbtn
w.i laaued today by Mr. Hran aa
"I ah. ill AtibmM for the conaldera
Hon of the committee a very almpb
plan whb h ia Identleni in lis ge.neial
provioioM with ihe plan ontbodlod
in ;to tteatha with three qunrtOfg f
the world and after wads made the
oornorotono of tho longuo of nnttonoi
"When before 1 tuggMtod it for
inter national dlaputaa, i andonvorod
tO have M applied In Industrial dlA-
putoi it Bontomplatoi a pormanoni
ifd of thtee im iiilii'in, one ohoatn
from elaaaea naaum d to tie in ayrn
pathy with the tm ploy or i one chosen
from t he OlanOOn OUppOOd 10 bo in
ympnthy with the employe and the
Iblrd AOlOOtOd with a view to finding
a peraon aa nearly Impartial aA POO
The rommlAAlori Ahould have nu
t hot It y to Investigate any Indunlnal
dtopnio "I the rOOJOOOl of either abh
or goon it- own initiative. Kor each
dispute two moiwbofi would be ndded
to 1 he coin mission, one OhOOOn by
each In OfdOf that Oaofl Able might
be atire to have a representative on
the ei i m mission A limited time
would he allowed for Investigation.
ThO report of the commlsalon would
not he binding on either aide hut
would be a guide to public opinion."
At the beginning of the public
hearlnus a plan for enfranchisement
of the cltlKcna nf the fMatrict of Col
umbia was made by commercial and
civic assoriat Ions
Ootapcn Piraontn Proojtn m
Pf 00 An ting the petition- of Anu-ii-rnr
Ked. ration of Labor( ar Qom
pei a said bin program wua doalgnod
lo aid all wage earners, orgauifed or
unorganized. M. told 'he eomnnitee
thut unleMt 1he demoernta took A pro
gressive attitude they could bopa "tn
compete with a party that h is writ
ten 'reaction' acroaa Ita bannera."
"The republican party," natd Mr.
Qompera, "formulated a declaration
ao lacking In principleA of progreaa
and auifety that there must he aome
avenue In which the futoliiKcnt unrest
among our people can find its ex
pression and enforcement.
Already the enemies of tabor and
the cnemlea of the democratic party
are apreadlng an tmfhllous propagan
da ttontttg to nOAUrno that we are
BOfntng iiere to hold u gun at your
heads. Hut we do not come In a
Mplrlt of compulsion, but aa your fel
low citizens asking for a declaration
of progressive hum.m l ights."
In the main. Mr. QotnOOfl said,
the proposals submitted by labor
were the name aa those written Into
the democratic platform of If 01,
1011 and 1010, He paid tribute to
Proaldonl Wllaon and dooiarod the
koynotO address of Chairman Cuin
minga at the openln gof the con
Vanttnn yesterday waa one of the
moat masterful In recent American
'There was nr.t n aentence In t Tint
keynote," the labor leader aald.
"Which could be objected lo by any
CONTINUED rilOM PAOI onk.
mil jMkaon sr'nil niKhtn po,"
Cftptftln W 1 1 k ' i Hun ilrrlarfd Uinl
MilKlit. "Tin v wit ilri HKcii In klmkl
iiinlfonna, uid an- of ih.' Mm build
m the ni. n who hrM up thu
HBundarii who Mid he llvort In
Wenl Till Ml, Is ihort and heavy Hot.
whtli. 1ut:ipkln In Hevrral Iik-Iiph
lalltr Both mon claimed to b mom
Ihth of the Tula i ..!. . of na-
"Our captain told hh we were per
mitted to carry armi when in uni
f..rrn " one of the ntrn mild. Sa'in-
SAY "DIAMOND DYES"
Pon'l ntrenk nr ruin Tour mnterlal In
a poor dye. Iuit on "Diamond lyes."
gsy dhfSStloas in every package
Make l.emon Lotion to Double
Beauty of Your Skin
BquOOSS tho Juice of two IsiUOflS
Into a bottle containliiB three ounces
of Orchard White which can bs had
ut any drusf store, nhake well and
you have a quarter pint, of harmlenn
and .leliKhtful lemon bleach for few
MuiiHiisro t M eh itweetly fraRrnnt lo
tion Into the face, neck, nrmn an. I
hands each day. then nhortly note
the beauty of your akin.
Famous HtaKo beauties une lemon
tulco to blench and bring that soft,
clear, rotiy-whlto complexion. Lem
ons have always been UBeil an u
freckle, sunburn nnd tan remover.
Make this up and try it. Advt.
EASY TO DARKEN
YOUR GRAY HAIR
You Can Bring Back the
Color anil Lustre ,With
Sage Tea and Sulphur
When you darken your hair with
8age Tea and Sulphur, no one can
loll, because It's done, ao naturally, ao
roiily J Ti paring thla mixture,
though, at homs la uiusny and trou
blesome At little cost you can buy at
any ,!r :. - re thn rcady-to-use prep
SI till ii. Unproved by the addition of
other ingredients called "Wysth'S
S.i;b and Sulphur Compound." You
luat danu.en a sponge or soft brush
With I', and draw this through your
hair, taking small strand at a
UmS Hv morning all gray hair dia
apiwars, and, after another applica
tion or two, your hair becomes beau
tifully darkened, glossy and luxuri
ant. Oray, faded hair, though no dla
graca. Is a sign of old age. and as wo
all desire a youWIUI and nttracuve
appearance, g"t busy at once with
Wyeih Hasro and Sulphur i ompound
and look year younger. Advu
Coneiri and Polttlet
iKnare r.iderewnki, in London, In
III and dUWOUfafgd. lie han an
nonnred hla retirement from poll
Uoa and the roneert pliitform. ar
OOfdlni i a report from ihe ItriMnh
ton wa. w oaring a bolator contain
ing a larva AA llbo pistol, which
efellSOtl Identified OH the one he
Karcd Into whrn coiiunantled to
mop TompMni wan nrmnl with a
.iS-rallhT automatic, It Inked like
a toy plHtnl, tint of flOOH declare It
han deadly . ffect.
w in ti oaptttred hy the offlceri the
men dooiarod Mm won Molotlna
a deputy .sheriff locate a "cl '
joint. Thin statement, however, teas
refuted hy .Hherlff Woolley and one
of his deputies, who wet summoned
jo police headquarters, They ntated
poeltlvely the men were not con
nected with the Hhorlff'K office and
had no authority to net In tiny ca
pai It v
Captalnn Itlnlnc anil WllkSrSon
declared hint nlntlt they helli'Ved they
had not only captUrSd Ihe two men
who robbed the Texan oompany'n
fllltnfl Station hint ThurHday nlktht.
hut that they were the namo men
who terrorized anil held up more
than a dOMn motor partlen on the
road between West TuNa and Hed
Kork lOVsntl weekn uko.
"The two men who blockaded the
ma.l for more than an hour, and
after robbing the motorist forced
them to turn hack on the Bapulpa
road neveral weekn no, fslgnsd
drunkrnnenn and atacff'.'rcd over the
mad g the name manner ait the two
men who attempted to rob Neltnon."
Captain Blslns said, "The men we
captured nlno annwer tho doHcriptloii
furnished lit that time."
isiies Dawson, cashier of The Texai
CompsnyS fillllMI station which wan
will h." called to Identify ihe
men. He gave, the police an accur
ate dencrtptlnn of the nion folowlng
Col. W. II. I'eck. who wan In tho
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new dental work even new
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We urge you to conserve
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rectly fitted, correct glasses.
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10 W. Third St.
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with PspSlnOl. Then your strength
will soon he renewed.
After sickness you are usually weak.
hai,-gard, sallow. You have no
uppetits. Your digestion Is poor,
yniur .liver slugKlsh. your kidneys
congested and your blood devital
ised. Pepsinol hastens recovery because It
acts naturally and normally oil your
stomach, creates a itood appetite and
strengthens your digestive organs.
In this way It assures thorough as
similation of all your f ood. '
Qunknr Pruf t'a.
Shackle Pr Co.
ilnrt.n Drug Htorn.
Iltd Wing Phurmncy.
nrlm'a Drug Htorn.
Rtrniler't t'rus Slorn. Snnd flprtttga
nnnn Prua I'.. , Wnnt Tulna.
Hr.l Won l.rur HI ore. llrd Fork.
motor party that chaned the filllnn'to hr true to IWelf," aald Qol lAl
m..ton r..l.ne'n. will nlm he aHked Coolldem" Thin l.i" not men per
to Identify the men, nn hl ear m fectlon. It niennn n plan to HtrlP
OlOM to Ihe plare when the men
Ian from the ntnllon with the loot
ti th.lr hnn-lH, ami il.tAh '1 iiw.i) In u!
Nn 1 1 .ti win fntirwl of ihf ro.idntpr
UMrd in 'Mh T xji- 'umiuinv hold Up. I
titif offlwni UprttMf (I thf " pin inn j
th.it th" rnn tuny have nn:inltnp'1
It ffr OpntrfttlolM nltiMK th- TuIm -BnpUlpa
r'.ii. 1 1 Ihnty VOlM utaml
h It' itcr f li.inr- if WlOgipt by Iravlnjr
the rmtl find ) t. u rinir. nn t hit
trtrtoh of riai H bMVttjf woodtd,
NO FOREIGN NEED
'OSTINM Kti Um M PAOK ONB,
Represontatles demoaraoy was pro
claimed the safeagoaoy of htgbssi 1
haman freedom America heade.t j
the forward procession of ohll. h'l-
man, ami religious liberty, which
Ultimately will effect the liberation
of iiii mankind, The federal oonstln j
tutlon In the ery base of all AnierS j
canlnm, the ark of the covenant of
American liberty, the very tempi, of
equal right The constitution does
abide and erer will so long as the
"Let us hesitate before we sur
render the nationality which Is the
very soul of highest Americanism.
This republic hns never failed hu
manity nor endnnKored civilization.
"We have been tardy SOmstlmSS
like when we were proclaiming
democracy ami neutrality while we
Ignored our national rights
ultimate and helpful part v
In the great war ll be the prl.lo
of America so long as the world re
cites the story.
"We do not mean to hold aloof.
We choose no Isolate n We shun
no duty. I like to rejoice In an
American conscience, and In a big
conceptlnn of our ohllgatliSnn to lib-
city. Justice and elvtllaatlon, Aye,
and more, I like to think of Colum
bia's, helping hand to new republics
which are seeking the blessings por
trayed In our example, but I have a
confidence in our Ainerli-i that re-
uulrcs no council of foreign powers
to point the way of American duty.
Wo w-lsh to counsel, co-operate and
contribute, but wo arrogate tn our- I
selves the keeping nf the American
OOntlnenl and every ronrept of our
moral obligation. It Is fine tn
Idealise, but it is very practical to I
make sure our own house is In per- I
feet order before we attempt the j
mlreale of old world stabilisation.
"Call It the selfishness of nation
ality If you will, I think it an In
Splrstlon to patriotic devoton:
"To safeguard America first.
"To StabllltaS America first.
"To prosper America first.
To think of America first.
'To exalt America first.
"To live for, and preserve Amer
"I.ei the Internationalists dream,
and the bolshevists destroy. 'Clod I
pity him for whom no minstrel
"In the spirit of the republic we
proclaim Americanism and acclaim
"The first duty of a government is
High Quality Low Price
"ZlnTniM" Flna'",''I!p Ew-fr,aaa'B o-f
lixKfarlaa Vrr tat-aat atria with Spbar
tral Lituta, comilt. Tour choice, dla
lanra or raadlns. aiam I nation Inclmled,
"(CUT RATE OPTICA) CO.
Open I'ltlK- until 'rlork
14H KAHT TICIRD fVrflKKT
d'lMUOra Over l.n Uaaia Tnul loHpaaj)
JUNIOR COLLEGES HOLD
S. I.tircJUi of I Mut'.). ion Culls
ConlVrrnrr tti St, l.omN.
I. O. Claxtn, I nlird Stau s cam
mixHiuncr of 4ll0AU0nl lta cahed
a oonfrno of rprtMntatlvM from
Junior rolii'Rt'it tu met' I in St. rouU
Juno 30th. July 1st.
The growth of tho Junior college
iwivt inont In rocont yoarn has hoen
ImmtlUl. Twolve yeatu an" thoro
was but nno tnittitutioii known an a
Junior coliogf. Thia CfMOvllt
t olUgo, a Kit U" MJJMMll at Kuifka
Sprmgn. ArKlllMl- At that tiino
thr woro pt'ihapa one huntlri
fifty girls vohools in tho aouth and
Hotit hwost tie nominated OOlliget,
etni ler tl to (tVtj a UtiohelOr t titu
tleKroe, not nno nf which wtl g4mU"
td hy the Itureau of BdUCaUion aa
i(ilatiflt (l to give t )) It.t. fo'lor
tturKe. It. K. Thompson, u;on hiu
cloetion as 1're-i.ldoni of ('re.s' rnt
colleur, announecd ImRllidlaUwJ . the
ahandonrnont hy that inntltution of
giving a Haehelor of Arts itflgTW
aunoiiuit'd that Crestont was a
Junior rollog. 1Nduy th"- ar' (ter
hapa OBI liunrded fifty Institutions
rt i Mnnlred by tho rnivrrsitu-s of the
difffrt-nt stall's aH ot Junior DOUMt
grade. t 'rest ent college offera In
toiilition t't tlif lilt two vt-i "M of 'n
1)M coursos, the regular four yeara
High Hehool i ourae, and maintains
h partmenta of Music, Art and re
pression. It win the first girls srhnoli
to Introduce Child Welfare, and in!
many othnr n'spretri hns hoen plo- J
ni'cp in adopt mg mnnern and pro
gressive methoda. it has recently
acquired neantifil Sp:intc Mike en I
erected ti OlUb houne where its stu
dents enjoy pleasurable reoreatlnn.
Whereaa. In former years tt was
neessary to canvaaa for studonts, its
eighty apacea are now filled early
oa'h summer hy rorrespondne.. A
few aailttde spaea are stilt unre
aervod. Write for catalouo (lnri
view hook. Address CreeoeRl Col
lect, BM Wi Kuroka Springs. Ark.
In not iis-le,l OMSS sm.r ,lllJH , h
Mcmln r (,h si,.,,, Ak UhI..,,
Hit Baal llUMkell ... ....
for perfection. It nieann loyalty to
Ideals. The ileitis or Alnerlia wr,
set out In the Declaration of Imlt.
ppndence and adopted in the cm.
stltuiloii. They did not represent
petfertlon. attained hut porfocilin
planned The fundamental prlnotai
was freedom The fathers knew ia,
was not yet apprehsnded. The;
formed a fovornment firm In tb
f ilth that It wan ever t press fig,
ward to this high wark."
(iovernor t'oolldge ai rived hers t
nlfht, only a few personal frlenij
greeti d him.
in urging maintenance of law ant
order. Governor Coolldgs defined 'ht
need of America a "a broader, firm.
er. deeper f.iltll In people" Amon
vlsltois today was Htiinley H, Hewn
of New York, director of bhe national
budget committee who told the sen.
lor that the budget committee wal
preparing a budget bill aa a sub.
stitute tor the measure recently
vetoed by President Wilson. It will
t !,. he e lid, lor a rot g ir.iati n
of the multlpllclly of guveinmental
NAME OF M'ADOO
WILL BE OFFERED
CONTINtniD PlION PAOa ONB.
many'S candidate for mayor of New
York at the next election.
Indiana delegates say they will
stick to Vice Prsaldenl Marshall aa
long as he s In the field, but If he
i should withdraw MoAdOO B friend
say they iii gel a number of HoogtSr
Oinrgvs Kail laiihnrgn,
MIW VOIIK, June II. Declaring
the railroads have placed a virtual
embargo on the transportation of
I building materials. Senalor William
I II naMae chiilrrmin of fh Unla
; special committee on reconstruction
t and production, today appealed
tho Interstate commerce commission
for a hearing to permit thn building
Industry to present Its case.
No. 8 W. 5th. Cedar 1593
"It's the Tone That Tells"
Proprr Thing Sow to
Perl Off Soiled Skin
Tlna Wb4 al'linr atlrky, ary. ahlny.
fttrt-akf-d rntuplexUma ahould rctlflniuly
-Viti.l iTrjuT.s. j ".. -.!! nnd rlBm Htirlntr
tho hfatfti daa. Thri's no ned for i
them, anyway, since lh virturs at Tnerro- ;
Ii7."rt wiix hxv tifmn.ft known. No amount
"f perapirat l"n ii t prnluc any evlrlenr
that ynu'vs t ualnf th.- wot. Aa It !
apt'Ueil at biHLme nnd wanh.d off n the
morning. coinplfalon never luula llk
i make un Mereotlaad wai arrailiiaiiy
tka off ii bml oompltlton, Inatssd of
Milillns any thing to make It wonr. It has
n ine ot ' 'f illKadvHntaites nf coamet lea
Hiid iCcompltshM much more In kacplng
tha oem pies ton beautifully white, satiny
urift routhfut, free frotn freckl. plmplen.
hUtichfni and other biemlahe. .lust gat an
ounce of It s i your ririiKVtftVa and aer
vhrtt ii few daya' traatmant will do. I'aa
like mhi rraam Advt.
LIFT OFF CCRNS,
MAGIC! NO PAIN
Drop Freezone on a touchy corn
then lift that corn off
Drop a little 1'reezone on an Brtl
In mm, inst.'intlv ttmt mm t.ips
hurtirnt, then you lift It rlKlit nut. It
doean t pain one bit. Yen, manlol
Wb ait? your druggist eelU
tiny bottle of Kreezone fur a tSV
S, sufficient to rid rouf fort f
every hard corn, noil corn, or core
between the toes, and calluses, with
out Horeneaa or irritation. Kreeo
is the much talke.l f ether discovery
of a Cincinnati Renins. Advt.
U Tinr liottlas east
5 odI e lew cents.