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TULSA DAILY WORLD, THURSDAY, JULY 1, 1920
Senator Owen Is First Democratic Entrant at Frisco
.OWEN IS NAMED
! AS SURE WINNER
LinebauRh Says Ho Can
I If utter Greatest Num
ber of Supporter
APPEAL IS UNIVERSAL
'All CIIIM of Citizens for
Him Is Dry .Master of
Reser ve Mea. ure.
ITnytlrn J.IihIm utrh
Okta.. pfMMtcd I'M!
utitr Hohrt L, wii i
In ih ilirntiiriitH tod
" who ran mrtrslinl lln
I Siiitr Krn
ol ihui MM
tin th man
' bT of fri"THl iiihI MippiirnTn In ihf
Mr. t.lnth,ni(fli s.nr In part:
1 OklnhnmH NjoteM tn this Krrnf
KHthoiinu f the kitim anil iln'iKhlors
of rlsmtirraoy. As rli'mnr-ratM W
; ran Hiirvw th p i-i 11th fi'i'llna of
t rxuitiitiiui and "f prMto The achlpva.
mrnts of cinr parti ilurlnc rmr ml
Imlitlsttiatton "f boppi nmantal affairs
jari UMBMlM In Amartepn history
!" nomocracy hnM i mlrn il n full
I monsiin of WrVtc I" th" r public.
Thi PH-at war hM Mtabllh4
I rtrmorrm-v thrniiKriniit the wnrlil It
' has rntlrolv wlpoil nut arrtlonnl llnvs
.in the Uaittd si.k.h. Thp mn af
(In svost nnil of the Mali hc men
of the north and tha men of ih"
smith hav (Bearl death together In
tho trehehea; havo loarnt'il to know,
.'anil In rMpOOti "nil to lOVO onoh
uthor. The tlmo has romo when tha
V onst nnd tht wist, 1 10 norlli nnil Iho
smith shall nit In council as full i"
! lltlrul equals.
No S--tlniial Cry.
Oklnhom 1 ballavoa tint no oltlson
: of Hi" nation will rnlso Ih sectional
I rry, that the cnnillrlate of the wofi
la to bo denied on aaetleaa grounds
1 It mutfru llltlc now from what scr
I tlnn a mnn comes, hilt It matters
murh who Iho man la.
; Oklahoma presents on" of t)io
; prestos! brains. On I of the creates!
, hearts. Mil of 111" KrontesI ilemnrrats
. . . - a. I. , v, ..
nn i' tlm 1:1 . .. 1 1 1 mo loan a. t kW-
ltl Ih" teflBtri noioem to money on'
limit tiini, from whlih art thi-y haval
alnaily rorplvrj banoflt In Ih" n
ti nt of tiutidrnda of nillllmin of do.
Iura In loana. H" worked for lhi
Kood roada arl. for thi- aitrlriiltur
tXtatldofl art, for the pXtaBdOfl of I
llli p;iri"l POPt, Hi" rural rOUtOP, POll
I h poaial PPtrlnpi linnka
Wo prraonl yoii m, w"ll known
frlond of lahur. whom tho workltnl
nun would atrnnply anpiort. Hlai
authirahlp of tho rhld latmr hpv
pjd Mi-tlvi- ItlPPOf I of rill ptoKroanlV"
lahnr loftiMlaflon ahnwn iila Intnlll
pont nppri'i lallon Of tho prohloma of
iahnr. and hla oarni-at doalro to PPtTP I
Wl PfPPPtll you a ponnlnoAmor
l0fl PJtnO haa In hlrt pnhll" and prl-
it" llfo at all ttinOfl happily ox
ompllflod tho truo nnd Ivpli' il Amor
l"n aplrll A man of ui"at vision,
of an ovon tomporamoni with a
ralm, aorrno and tranquil aplrlt. A
man of nlniplli'llv and PJtOdPPtV A
worahlpor of truth and honor, a
lovor of hla follow man. with a brain
and hoart oqiinl to any ImwK QH
Kroat offleP ipplt IfnBPPP
Wo offor yon a Kroat drmoi-rat.
an old Virginia domorrat. born and
rppjpj in tho iid Dominion. A
wonii-rn domoorat who f'r thirty
pppn haa boon tho pefcnowlodcod
h adi r nf tho domnrrary of Kklaho
1 ma. llo OPPJPfllpPd th" domorraoy rf
oklahnm 1 II" fniiKht It" haltlra
I nnd rarrlod lla flan In
out of pppjpMli not onlv
throuRhntil Iho nation II" ahvav
i rarrlod It to vlrlory In hla own PtPM
and, without tho "hadnw of tnrnlnp,
ho haa kopt tho faith A man who
ran atatr tho rauaa of domnornoy
with aupromo, oonvlnrlnp foPPP, a
lournod ai holar, a traln d atntoaman,
a irroat orator and aktlh-d rnm
PPUfRPP. Obovlnp tbo tinanlmoua arllnn of
tho domorraoy of niy alalo I pro
poao a man whoao ihoughta, worda
and acta havo hoipod to pi- ita
i iuiy to capital; havo atronfttuntd
and (taadlpd tho arm of Inbnr. pro
tpotad fthlldrpn; bfooffhl woman Into
tholr rlKhlful hPrltaaTPI mndo Iho
nation anbor and hrnUKllt tho fnv-
t ornmont nonror to Iho flrowtdn of
tho rltlxen: a man who would mako
a poopio'a praaldanl an asaeutlTa who
BOald bo pfePOlUtaly rollod on at all
tlinoa. to faithfully and offl. lonlly
VOTE ON LIQUOR
stands for Personal
Liberty is Not a
WET ISSUE OUTLINED
y 1 "
diaries O'Britn B ubnlti
Name of New .forsoy fiov
rrnor in Dcttkh rats.
In Anv-rt n i mnn whn In wnrthv
to 1f proHlclnnt nf thi I'nlti'd Hlft'-
; A rnrin who rnn b rW-rtrd prrhtoVnt
' nf (h rnlfrH Mtfirpn mnn who
! rnn innrnlnl th Ift4tW rmnibr nf
frlrndf nml MPpOTtfl nf ny mnn In
iho !TniU'1 StiilPF. A mnn who will
tnrl tho eountrf nnd thf 'h-ninrrntlr
pnrtv to n rrvnul nnd flOliOlll vlr
' Inpy In Nnwrnnor Snnlor HoIm-M
1 1 Own nf Ottlnhnma.
An n rnflilt ftf Ih" trnnn-nrlou up
I hrrivnl th 1011 fftl wbt'h wr hflv1 Jusit
' PaRod. nrorcrlt-ntfl HO lunKfr nontrol.
; Partv twtl nt" hlndlne? morr lnnnrly.
and mn nnd wnmn nr lndnli'nn
In mf1 Indopondnnt nnd Intolllproflt
I pnllllral thnurht than nv r h fnr
In thn bbltory nf tht nntlon Th"
nPd nf thn hnur Ih a cndldM"
I whnr rrroivl nncl whnnn rhn rnrtrr
I will Innplm th1 rnnfldonrn nf prn
; irrewlvp-thlnklnf?, fnrwnrd - Innltlnsr
vnrn and wnnipn, without rOKBfd
I tn pant pnrtv n ffllla tlonn.
li f'apahlr Irf'ailoi
We offer you a nmn who In thrpfl
. onmpalumf" ha nhown hlninplf pri-
aM of ftttl nctfnjr the support of
I progTPpnlve men and women who
tl are not nfflMntPd with thp deFiin
: rrHtlp pnrtv; who tn 1012 rerplved.
I In Oklnhnma. fifteen thounnnd more
votfi than the. nntlnnnl tlrkot, and
' ncnlnnt wfcom. In !!!, hln repnh-
11p;in oppnnrnt fnr the aennte made
pot ji Hlncle npeerh.
W- prWtnl vnii n rnnilldntp who
will npppnl with rxtrno.rdlniirv powpr
to tho elrhtepn million womrn votprn
; In the I'nlted flint. h Wh, when
. nil other rnndldntea were nllent, In-
dlffprent or nnpuaed tn wmiinn nnf
frnpp. wnt their vnllnnt rhamplon
and thp rhnn'-n tMdftr nf the woman
Ulffrncp fnrppft In hN vtat- Tt wnn
due to him that (ik'nlionvi flnallv
adopted nt.itf IT01HM "ffrnprp, and
1t wan duf to him nd tn hll ntrpn
iiomh efforts thnt nklahmnn rntifted
I the Pttnn n P. AntholV n mendment.
We prerpnt vou n mnn who han n I
wnva been for thoMp thinn whl h
women deeply denlrp- If therp hp
A man In Ameiiot who n entitled to
the support of tlm ffOIHM Df Ani'T
lea, that nmn II Vtti-MOl Owen,
Oklnhomn prrat-ntM you n man who
without hlrotry has been the faith
ful champion of prohibition In hla
own Ftatp nTid th much" 'it the na
tion. One who ran he r Hpd on to
faithfully execute tin- BlShUMin
p ereeen1 yon a mnn who haa
tfoveri beyond doubt hl attach
ment nnd fidelity to sjottnd pHnotplej
of govern, menl ui4 who haw for
yea i w ?at n nut'iii iv twd 'uiM'pMf-niny
labored t n promote the peOjQO, hup
pinoMrt nnd prosperity of our people
by tnAklnej our fovertunent, nnd all
of It" nr. i c. . truly reaponxive to
the people'a wilt A man whn will
appeal to all the lOVeri Of popular
grovernnM'iit. of majority rule and of
atate rlahm. The one who orsninlam
and for year haa been 'he prenldent
of the Kutlonal Popular Qovernmout
league t Know hat pSMtOf Hwpn
haa alwaye taken BOOneel -f Mm aa
aoclaten and ran bi relied n to re
spect the matured views of the ma
jority nnd faithfully carry nut tin
national will Of the democracy.
We prcRPiit you a mat! who hrn
been a faithful l - ler and supporter
of the areat losjtaiatlva proa; ram f
demoerarv. Henator Owen hna sup
ported every democratic policy, every
progressive aet and every war
tneaaure Tflsj epeeohjN In support
of the pp u - trr itv nf niir Rreat prea
Ident. Wood row M llson. were un
sjurpassr.1 In the sonata chamber.
BushtrM Men Want Him.
Oklahoma preosfrtl von g man who
would be seosptabls ti thp bushnsos
men of the country Thn bustnfss
men and hnnkertj accord him the
credit ftbnvp all other men In Amer
ica for the sreal bi-neftts of the
federal n-arrx-e a'-r. It WSS hp who
presented the fund mental prlnrlplea
of that net to the pool I" of th
T'nlted iUtei in' 1R9 nnd who
nrpred. in IfOft, an ntnendmprit of the
Nntlonnl bnnk act ennalnlna thse
principles, which wouffl have pre
vented the panic In 1 ?l7 Renator
Owen la the moatcr hulldpr of th
fedrrnl reserve act.
V" present you a man Ooooptabls
to the fnrmers of our land. Th
servn'the IntOTSSti of sill our OSOpU
Shallenborper Rays Party
Must Stand or Fall
SAN VKANtMRCO, .lune 30. "The
democratic party BlUai ataud or fall
upon ihe record mane by Um wH -Hon
admlniatratlnn," former Oover-
UOr Khallenbei Ker of Nt braska tola
ihe democratic national conventitui
today In nominating as oaadidatS
for Ihe presidential nomination
lit to b cook of Nobraaka.
have no other political as
aet," declared Mr. ShallenberRor.
"Wtlhout It we are bankrupt."
That administration waged a
world war nnd won It gloriously.
And when Ihe president algned the
peace treaty at Parte, America ha1
stepped Into the leadership of th"
wmid American democracy wfta
triumphant and her Sdlotl were ftt)
cepted aa the law of natlona. !tut
i republican senate hus alreaily LiM
for us all that the itatOsmlQShtp Of
Ihe president achieved and i he ol
dtsrs won for us UpOP the field of
bs t tie. The Wilson admlnlstr Jon
did prsal things for Atnsrioa ktfors
t ; armany .brew down too gaito of
battle. Hut all the prsWOf uchieve
ments of dstnocracy are forvottou
Iti the bitterness of tl Htrugglo over
thn terms of the treaty of peace,
and m ihe aftsrmath of problems
that hae followed In the wuko of
It was a great thing to win a
world war, but H wood be a still
greater achievement to bring endnr-
i-u; pi .i - In a w.ii cm -- I Id.
The world want peace and I l
IISVS America wants a league of na
llona to make that POSOS psrBMs
RSn1 There la the vital laaue be
tween the two grant parties Th.re.
if anywhere, m u at democracy . power
t rtumph. And whi ther the poll
tlclaiU dSSirs It or not. we are pro
log to have a great referendum at
thi next slosUon to decide wheth r
tiie American people are with Wood
row Wilson ttpOJl this question or
with the republican aenute.
Q, O. I. Stands 'M
The rOpUblloanl are one more
standing pat. Tney have no other
policy. Tiny have simply dead
locked the nation and our govern
ment Is unable to function. Our
I rade wit h OthOf people WSlU upon
tho ratification of tho treaty f
psaot and without our foretRn com-
msroOi industry and production
halt and besitaie at home, ttcpub
Itcan aMipldity and Htubbomes has
In ought the nation to the vergo of
The president would be mir logi
cal leader in lte coming campaign
becauec he has laid down the line
of hat lb i long which we muit
fight. But since another must
In id the boats of democracy, N'e
hraska offSfl a aubstltute, the
man who haa stood like a atone
waii bo hind the prosidsni throush
mil tho long struggle for the r..tl
fbatlon of the treaty of peace. The
man who has been making the ftght
for the president that the president
has been unable to mako for him
self. And he haa nut only heen
fight Inn gallantly for the prctddent
and for the treaty of peace, he lias
been lighting for tho honor and for
the leadership of America In world
affairs; he has been fighting for
humanity ami for the peace of man
kind The man who occupies the prnnl
dcru'Y for the next four years Is
bound to tie faced with a tremend
ous taski but our man is etjual to
tht kd. Whether as congressman,
United states senator or publisher
Of a ri at newspaper, he has al
wayK made good. He has ability;
he bus courage; he has experience
at ills command, he has a wide vis
Ion ok to America's needa as well
as a thorough underet mding of In
ternational affairs. If you nominate
him be will make the raco and tie
will be elected.
And I am authorized by the demo
ciats of Nebraska and the instru
HAN FRANCISCO, lone 39.- In
placing Q over nor Kdwitrd I Kd-
rardi of New Jersey in nomination
today fnr I he democratic prsotdsn
tal nopal nation, Charles X.
O'BrtOM Of Jersey City urged there
he a "return ami sdhSTOnCS to tho
first principles of gyrorn mOnt" and
thiil the people be given n dlTOOt
vn. in deciding Ihe prohibition
"We nre full cognlant," anld Mr.
o'hrb-n, "thnt the eighteenth
aeison and amendment to the constitution la
t home hut I the ;iw of th bind nnd sirh t obe-
dloncs to Ih" mandnte of mir htKh
eat COUrt is the d mnnd f the di mi
ocratb party, but tho voh o of the
people haa not yet been heard on
this trt mondoul vital tflBUOa We feel
thnt the Ajnorioan poopts have boon
iofraodod of a troaoutsd tight that
was always their proudest posses
sion and we pi opOSt to undo the
wrong by the inalallallon of a ron
gresf nnd a ppQPidsnl Who will pro
tOOl and not deatrcy popular gov
ertiment. na whs wllimased In an In-
famnui moasura passed by the rn-
pubiican oonaTrooSt wi bollsvs that
this iSsUO hna heen fmly tetnpnrarlly
ad Indicated ami not. OOmplstoly and
permanently dOOModi and no great
qUOOttOU ever yet vim SOttlod until
Il Was settled right.
"We believe that thts UUaOtlOfl nf
prohibition, when it la put to the
H' tual teat and Us hvpoi rlsv la tin
folded In all Its btdsOUi feaui a.
will Just na readily find n hearty
ropUduHion through the sum nons
urea f hat thought Isssly and wan
tonly UtOTSd Its tncsptlon. Therein
lies not only the great opportunlly
of the dentocrutic pnrly, but th
paramount supreme duty nf this
convention In to decide whether self
determination In our own govern
mental affairs Is to be dented or
our Inherent natural rights nre to
find their greatest snjoymont In the
exorcise of personal liberty.
MIihN Own Hu Ninons
"Much hna DOS I) Paid ftPOUt the
rssue of personal liberty, but nelthOf
savant nor doctrinaire, philosopher
nor staiesViian, no matter how
learned 01 extensive hie treatise
might be, could asprtSB. Ha import
clearly or succinctly than In the
homely, yet eloquent phrase of the
right of every man to mind his own
business nnd to permit bis neighbor
to do t he aa me.
"We seek no quarrel with th dle-
tlngulshcd gentlemen who may op
pose us on Ibis question, we do not
doubt tho Sincerity Of those who ate
committed to the cause of prohlhl
tlon. but we do timst potently deny
thnt our government now Is or ever
will be transformed from one of ma
jority to minority rule. If prohlhl
tlon Is a POOd thing for the Amerl
Oan people, we maintain thnt the
light of personal liberty and Its
preservut hoi a re i - f t ar n rent e r con
sequence and more In accordance
with the Idea of Justice and national
honor. If prohibition ia possessed
of all t he vlt t lies at Mi huted to It
why not let the people decide for
themselves wherein their own best
interests llo and thereby give evl
dele e of their i i " q of 1 1 "i I a t e capac
ity or intelligent . for s. If govern
ment. "Nor need the propopenta Of this
new panacea for human UN fear thn
Judgment or eiqisclenco of the
American people. Thn American
people are the supreme a t bit era of
their political destinies and salva
tion, and the man or group of men
who would take rtway the scepter of
from the citizenship of our
u n try Is a menace to democratic
principle! and American institutions.
"No one will gainsay that the
world war Is responsible for the .
greatest upheaval In our national
life that we have ever known, bui.
attempted legislation as to morals
has served only to Intensify the gen
eral Conditions Of AtStrUOl and con-
fnaion. Bvsn now there li s firmly
established COnviotlon that too much
government not only tends to defeat
the object for which it was enacted
but arouaea that rebellions Spirt!
sod contempt for law and order
which is sadly visible in other coun
Mr O'Brien at the outset doosarod
that this was "no ordinary gather
ing of men nnd women for ordinary
oonTsntion purposes. M
"liOt It he known." ho aald. "that
our primal object Is not limited to
the choosing of a presidential can
didate nor are our deliberation In
reaching a decision of a perfunctory
nature. Neither have we met to be
stow a high honor upon an individ
ual for bis personal glory or grati
fication, nor to adopt a platform of
expediency or opportunism for mero
political success. Rather have we
come, unself Isblv and disinterested
ly to StnphSSiSS our belief that Jef
ferson still lives, that bin teachings
still survive and by our affirmance
or denial ot these principles, to
prove ourselves w.rrtbv or umb serv
ing of the am red heritage that has
i been entrusted to us by t he f4un
dcis of our government. And aa It
Is tni" that faith without good
works la of no avail, so, too. may It
be said I hat platform and prlncl
ptOS without men to sincerely, bold
ly and efficiently embody thern. are
d oaor ring of the contempt nnd ridi
cule of en honest citizenry.
"It Is nib-matlc with tho Ameri
can people that governments derlvp
thelf Juai powers from the consent
of tho governed, yet It was ihe abro
gation of this principle, or the at
tempt to limit Its application t hat
nrlKlnstly brought nboiit party gov
ernment, and the same charp line
nf demarcation thai was drawr by
the political lenders of an elder flay
Is as clearly seen how In the wide
divergence "f t bought and a tlon
between the domoomUC and republi
"Federalism, with Its theory of
the centralisation of power and the
pin' trig of pore rn men tal functioning
Into the bands Of a few men is dead,
lis aueeesanr, the republican party,
particularly in the later yenra of Its
moribund condition, guided by th
same Old theories is today more
than ever before hctnated solely
with the deslrp of holding the rOfg
of power for party Satisfaction nnd
Its every effort baa a No been di-
reoted In promoting and effecting
an oligarchic form of government.
I lemocraey, recognizing t he sover
eignty of states and the dissemina
tion of authority among a confed
erated and united People has en
dured uninterruptpdly from the
foundstlon of the republic and un
derlying nil thn hopes and ambitions ,
and asplrat hiiH of the human mlml i
nnd bean, will eonUUUS 10 live aa
long a h freedom in word and dOOd
Is the rOOOlVS Of a liberty loving na
tion. Must Meet Problems
"Can it bo doubted that a party
that breught n government safely
through the pangs n"d throes of rin-
tlon birth Is able to Cops wlh and
I solve the industrial, economic, polit
i bal and financial problem! that HOW
' confront us?
Here Mr. f CHrlen took up 1 he
question of prohibition nnd contin
ued "What then remains? Can order
PS evolved from chaos? Can com
meres nnd industry be infused with
new llfo nnd vigor? Can the Hhlp
of Ktate be steered again true to I's
COUme and land SPfsly In the harbor
of our deslrna? One great common-1
wealth of this union can answer
t to quest Ions. ne great rom
monWOOjth has pre-eminently PtOOd
OUt aa the defender of th rights Of
the individual, as the harbinger of
psacs and prooporlty, nnd si the
champion f,f personal liberty - time
honored, historic New Jersey. '
"We asanme f hen that we hav
tin right t0 take foremost posltlo
In this la'est flgHl for principle
assums that no man Is better quail
fled to lend than the first ottlgsn of
New Jersey, imputation and experience-
In statesmanship nnd husimae
are his In abundance Whether as
comptroller of the state, senator or
governor, to noorv cause tn behalf
of the public weal he has brought; n -hide
an enerirv and orrseverance thnt has bono and
i battered down dishonest opposition." I
Reviewing Governor Kd wards' nt-
flotal record. Mr, O'Brien said thnt;
, ns Ptgjte comptroller he had placed
I the n nnnCCg of New Jersey on as
i sounrl a bnsls ns those Of SOy state
: In the union and thnt then as slate
S SSnatorhS b-gan "the great wor k
' of tils 'greer, the task of "eonibat
trig from without the state the forces
I hat attempted 0 take n w ay OUf
natural rights and from within, the
forces of dishonest organized wealth
that had come to be regarded ns th
almost dominant factor in its gov
"In 1 HPS t w o vital Issues, " anld
Mr. 0'Bflen, "he pleaded the public
cause ao forcibly and stirringly that
the people were convinced of bis
fearleesneeSi his latesrtty and his
anility and they not only prw lalmed
him governor, but balled him wit h
greater honors yet to come."
"Of his success, th" issue can
never be doubted Mot only will his
native state endorse his nomination,
but her great sister stnte, IfCW York,
will Jubilantly, thunderously ech
"To you, men of the south, of per- i
pcUiul demo fa v, of a vl'Tlmis pas! i
and a brighter future whose prog
ress nnd aplrlt of loyalty ROt 0fej i
war's deenlgllOS could stifle, to you, I
men of the broad, hounding west j
who have hsrneased the latest re
sources of nature to yoijr Indomit
able will, surpassing courage and
maanlftOVht energies, who have
runds a paradise of plent y out. of
great MretOtsPI Of barren wast', who
have played well your part In mak-
Ipfr tl, nation the hilghtb st of the
rftlghty. we appeal to help swell the
n diapason of triumph We come with 1
e the message that eV'rosa the SOfltl
nent in the towering mass of bronze
gnd ffrauHOt symbolic pf America's
plft to the world, there la a brlgh'pr
foam in liberty's eye. a more ardent i
flame In her tore h Ph s'ands th re
With a welcome to the PtfangOf who.
fleeing from the oppression of mon-
Infills, flnde h re a
refuge; and w ho fur
ther bv the combination and Pppll
eaAton Of brain and musilp, COntHh
utes to Ihe substantial nnd moral I
developmem of our country, pvtrveg I
himself wcirt hv of that gPOPtOSl of !
aI tnaterlal blessings. American tit -Ispnehlp.
To protect and cherish
thli Inestimable boon is America's
win. To continue this bestowal i
tjePAM ra y's right and PUI'pOSI as
exnnipllfled by htm whose nam I
have the great honor to present as
tl)c i holes of this convention for Its
presidential nomination, the Apostle
of nomocracy, Kdward I. Bd ards
of New .Jersey.
Name Submitted by
PAN fRANC ttCO, .liino 29r Kd
wln T. Martdlth, pn-rpmry pi nKrl-
rvltttrai waa jiiiurd in Homlaatloa
fur Ih datflOC
rirrK;dnit t.nlay by Claudi- H. POttaf ,
ot CanlPmllpli l0W a man who
a ouli i I'tii th. hl(h offli I at
pi, j i.liiit 'i id III It thai
Ihi Bin rfM Of hi
"Mm h ric III
aanaral lona la col
dtninlatimltoa an i planaa
rnl or wop of
iipnn tlm li'adpr OhPPaa here," d-
dhvad mi Portar. "ut of turmoil
and tllPulatlona of the recent paat,
BpPI BOBdlUOM havo arisen. Old
nalionii are pnvnliig - and new onea
are arlnlnir UflPOlvad Industrial,
Pdonelnle nnd PoeUU problems are
priiatng tfr1 upon us for aolutloo.
u- iv. i yn lure nppiara In Kf
tlve fernii nt, ami n midst all tlfl
kaloldoscoplo calarlysin, America
intiat not think h' irPl If Immune, Tha
f,.ur years Just bafOTP ua are cer
tain in h" ofOWdi d with eventa ot
iln fnwi magnitude and to all for
Ptati I IPJ WP Pi th" very highest
quality. Thi raaponalblllti reatioc
UMn this reinvention Is great.
"Th democracy of Iowa Is deeply
appreciative of all this and has a
candidate they desire to present to
this convention, not for your ap-
PUl l"i your calm and de
i onnlilcrat Ion, feeling aa-
I red 1 1 ,i If pou il". yoV i aa In no
rovrivrni ni vkxt paob
i ntf t wxcu si ; rti i n
LCSI S IIP tn Meet.
san sr.MASTiAV, Spain, Jund n
Tho municipality of Ban Sebastian
has received official notice thHt a!
mealing of the xecntlve council of
IsaCtH of nations will be held here!
.Inly 27. Twenty-flvo delegates
with SO secretaries will he present.
Homo sessions will be op' n 0 t h?
public, Kins Alfonso will ret urn
from Hrfptand to attend the session
Mr, or Fir! Thera'aa
a tho Bfrn'ai i . rn,
iivprptl by the Indian.,
1 trom tba Three RlSSSems ot Nsturainr!. 1 J intro-
balna Beau no lr oil. Wrvt .out m u'runi;i iit,
Wor r t na mors stout y ur hmr, M
hair sJnir V n is hl' Siscrsn
for dsndrult, moji ha.r, ' n t hslr r bsldnasi
Kotalko.aFRIE BOX to You
No matlir what condition your nsir i in
Mala i , r mpouf leo on Ihfl .
1 1, at ai ltd auip n fiirr r. imiiain
fstl srowta pl Miff whri bsw l" pl'--
man, women said thlld-Pi.
lh cnthiiim ( grrf jnn k prann
f.n-N sritrsUSHM M faill. Oit KntaiPt
l f Nieirpj nr ad U SM M Sfto
m jni.iiJiJ arawlhat hair.
Van mmf fin lUin tha rtnnitto
K-tifco Lii'Idr I'wO. (rurartra at tna 1rof
plora tr at toilet twill or rlnia 'iinlfri
,f a rieparmnr iiora. Or, ir r"U ""
a whlrh wit! rrre, rt vnrj !- mul rial if you fucloia only IU aanS, ilar or rtampa, to ny for tSIa
,-piHh in your mirrarl ' ii
hrn Biilil It nr Orors
for vomcn's Snir
rrnwth of ilrctj
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JOHN 13 ART BRITTAIN, Inc., BL-69, Station F. New York. N. Y.
lie put thinugh the l null win i.iv.i. in a stulewldu
mnry In urrnr lo mis ponvpptloa ai
uur oaadldata (or tin- high if fire of
prpKlJi-iit of iho I'liltccl Btataa. the
fKtmo of our snil -r I'ntu-.l KIhios
si'imtor. A m.in nlm h ills from Ihr
west hut who - tho co-ifl
nanoa of iha aaal a man born in
the mill llr west hut who Is known
anil adnilri'il every wher. A m;in
who Is .i n.iilvo sou nf Ni'linnkii
lnit who now hi'lonKx to Ihr n.iiioi,
Ih.u ! . 1 1 k 1 1 1 -1 1 1 Iniioi i .il. t'.ut
Ntrrllng Hi:itwm.in, thin loyil Auut
Iran altlaan, thnt nrava dafandar pf
Auu rir.tn ilriiiorraoy tn thr hi nata
nf Ihr 1'nili li Slntrs. tiillnul M
Ptl-1 iiltCAOOOk uf Nrhriiaka.
A Lucky Sign
OEE the poster ihown below on the wlndowa ot
leading electrical,, hardware, drug, auto accea
aory and sporting goods dealera, who display thp
Eveready $10,000.00 Cash Prize
THIS Is only s tilicV snd whits llluntrslloa. Totrtl
Riin a viluahl MigKeition from the lull life, c
reproduction in Kvereadv DtSlSCS1 windows, fiesing th
complete line ot Kvereedy Daylo snd talking to the dealer
will alao help. Today (o to the atore showing thla pictur
colore on the window eludy It careiuny get rrss
Official Conteet Ulanka snd aend In yoga
anaweie, aa nsay as yea Use.
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i idr i m vjm f-f i ip iwwanuua :sw9L inttw aa n . wa-'n asca. ar- ra. r-- n
S nil Al.t. . SH I 'k 1 M.SIJBSIWIUV "W VIJISSVS7V-SJSBBPSSn nbA IISI--.B .liel .SMtfHka 1 BBBBBIBBW
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I aaVntlllsliMSaa. JanTaWV t 1 ta P syai seaa. - J PP mil aaeVH I W0TirWkl M M II BMT -Saansa.
S ' II
What does the letter say ?
$10,000.00 in Cash Prizes
$3,000.00 First Prize $1,000.00 Second Prize
rtt third firixes of $500,00 each and 99 other cash awards from $250.00
to $10.00 104 chances to win a prixe
named below, who will supply Official
Contest Blanks Free. Rules and Con
test Conditions printed in full on the
Remember there is absolutely No cost;
No obligation. Men, women, boys and
girls young and old all may enter
Thi-.se Dealers Snow The Eveheady $10,000.00 Cash Prize Contest Picture In Colors On Their Windows
LOOK at this picture; use your imagi-
nation ; think up a good answer in
twelve words or less, to the question,
' What Does The Letter Say"?
Before you write your answer to win
one of these big cash prizes get a more
thorough idea of the picture. It's shown
in colors in the windows of the dealers
List of Prizes and Contest Conditions
10 Pritea tlOO OO.esch... JJIOaaa)
10 Prirea I 50 (JO each.... 100 00
JO Prist! i 25 00 each.... 500 00
SO Priaea I 10.00 each.... (00.00
- - - $10,000.00
I First Prlie tJOOO 00
1 Second Pnae 1000 00
Prists lsoo oo each isoooo
4 Prists 1250 00 each lnoo.00
5 Priaea lino 00 each.... 1000.00
104 Prizes . . .
ANSWERS will be ludge.1 by the tditort of "LIFE" and must
nut rntrt than 12 wordi. Hyphenated word, count aa ona word.
II two or mora conteatanta aubmit the Identical anawer selected by Ctta
Judgea lor any prist, the lull amount ol tha pnae will be paid to each.
Conteat enda Midnight. Auguat 1, 1920. Poat mark will dctermitu U letttf
haa been mailed befure ..-: ol conteat.
In million Aitlo Sah'M Co.,
um l k Saiiisnl HI.
Criilrnl llilvtr. & I'ltrti. Co.
1311 It . Is)! tattu III II M. H
('(imnirrvliil Ijoan Co.
II a Matin HI.
Davison I'iri. Co.
t or. ..hi I- . llnnl a,
Dlokaon Qoodiiiagi i.'it j'o.
Hakalaaa unci ii.Hjgf Nta.
I Jll-tlr llllwc. I n.
110 M, Mnln Hi.
.1. W, MoQati
M ay, HnoiKi i .
M. hills llilnr. Co.
I IP-111 K. Hmt HI.
Tulsa lldwf. t'o.
II I-:. hntillil St.
V. B, Iit.h"n & Co.
Mi H. Mnln Ht.
Ktr. Wlrtns Co.
IPO K. Thlral HI.
Siiullnrii M. ii.. Co.
:ll-ll H. Main at.
Dpts) mi iiiIhi-. '.
itl lohaataa Av.
Oaaaelbarrj Btoo, Co.
Ill llrur) Ate.
lir-rni'r BUM. 00
II Paws Afti
Tin" star llrinr stori"
lou a Tlalra M,
CainplH-ll llilwi". Ci.
Hoyul llriiu Si).
B. sT. .skldmore
Mill. I III HI".
Ju.v e& Jay
ravoiii' trppQ i; llallrry
linn .V- Wtallaatat
OaagTO B3ao. Co.
12.-. k. Mat M,
l. lUitm r
a Main Nt.
nroiinii' BlPO Co.
io . Part ptevss
CriM-U Ooont llilwi-. Co.
Canlliuil rii.iini.1. y
Ilurion UriiK storo
1'. &. II. Ililwn. Co.
Kril Opom IlruK Sloro
hun lilll lldtvo. Co. '
i. 0. TownM'iid
OentnU liiinf. Co.
1.11 1 tt. Hr rlilrmth St,
Ili'Xitll In m: Storo No. 'J
II. IV. hcvejilrmlli ht
For Vacation Days and Nights
THINK of the convenience and safety in
having Eveready Daylo, the dependable,
windproof, fire-aafe light.
Compact styles which give big nervice and take
nmall space in your equipment are No. 2619
Take an extra battery, too, the long-lived
I i .lii that says:
TW It Uf
AMERICaN EVER READY WORKS
of Nattomi' Carbon Compsny, Inc.
LONG ISLAND CITY NEW YORK