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TULSA DAILY WORLD, THURSDAY. JULY 1, 1920
Billow Presents Name
of Attorney General
LANCE THAT OF LAW
Proven Enemy of Tyranny
He Says Recount Long
Record of Pennnylvanian.
SAN ntANCtflCO, .Tun 29.
HuII'mI as a "new Nature, his lance
thai of law. his shlclrl tha. nt Ju
Mot," Altorti" i.rrfieral A. Milcncll
Pattnt-i wa f i i n i pomliMtM ti.
d.rv f.ir th" (lemoc i atlc prrMdrntial
candl'laiy hy John II. Rigslnw, of
"True Americanism must ba on
guard1 Mr. DtgetOW said. "No foe
within and no enemy without itimt
linpall li r ihinlnlnli It.
The host I hat we nent ahrrisil In
th- year! "f nur (rr'-ai OOnfnOl per
formed their iirorJIgtrs of valor and
wrought (half nohla conquests to
the eternal glnry of ths eounrty. By
their forte and ly their proxveas I he
niightleai manaoa to the ororlaVi de
IHP4'tacy was auMeae The militant
spirit iirorniitig nver the all ody
butt Icf ivltla ul France arid Klandera
k conquered. J tut the menaces
fo free go yarn manl ware not han
tahed. They atlll rear th hydra-head
of anarchy and revolution. Home
gather In the allencea of the night
within tii'' gaiai qj aacracy. others
tali" Up Hi" venal pen or by the art
of ape ei h spread their parntaioaa
Aoctrlbee, Thay prey upon Ignorance
and I- ne aatabllahad hatred of every
loi in "I government.
"Ill" dangers are not distant the
feaia are not mere fancy. They are
living, hrcathlng things and always
pregnant with dlaoater. Therefore
your candidate mual be more than
th" mere mouthpiece of your pol
Igtsg, He must be the embiMtlment
ol your fr "dom and the eieniplar
of your liberties. He muet be the
Int . i defender of your institu
tion? a cotirngeoua crusader in the
MUtQ of law and order. Above nil.
he muHt be the ardent advocate of
Americanism! and the democracy of
Pennsylvania haa commnnded me to
present to you hla candidacy.
Sllimt header-, lip.
f "In the exacting time through
wii' h vre have wtsnetl In recent
yeara he haa shown all of the qual
ities of leadership.
"In Pennsylvania when a power
ful political organization under the
leadership of I he present high priest
of the republican party. the lnvla
i 1 ible power that domlnnted the re-
cent convention at Chicago had
tempted even the leadera of our own
party to betray her Interests, it waa
he tlmt entered into the ronllct and
reacued democracy from her faith
leaa leadera nnd from her ahame. It
waa he that fearlessly exposed the
crimson record of republican cor
ruption and regenerated his party
ao that now it may hold high ita
head in the pursuit of those lofty
(deals and pure purooaea that ara
the pride of the nation's democracy.
"In the halls of congress of tho
nation in lliosi and 1911 when the
regime of autocracy threatened to
crush the genius of democratic gov
ernment, it was he that stood stead
fast with that magnificent array of
our leaders that routed the old order
of absolutism, abolished CannonUrm
and opened the doors for the oppor
tunities that the ensuing years show
are d upon our party.
"When finally the people of the
nation entrusted tha charter of
power to democracy and placed here
repreaentatlves In charge of our leg
islative halls It waa he that atood
upon the floor of congress and ren
dered valiant service alongside of
Clark and Underwood In the great
constructive work that marked the
Initial steps of democracy's re-as-cendence.
"When, less than four yeara ago.
tho nation resorted to arma to vindi
cate her sovereignty, to repel and
rearm repeated rr, suits to her cltl
senry. II was he that Jay fearless ad-
mlnlstratlon of his trust as custo-
olan, enrh h"d our war resources hy
m $1,000,000,000 and directed that
I power against the foe from whom
I It was taken.
"No task assigned to layman or
official has ever been performed, in
the history of this government, with
I such measure of success that has
attended his administration aa alien
"When, during the war and suc
ceeding It, tha insidious evils of an
archy and her lawless litter, arose,
it was he that stood valiantly against
the protests of parlor holahevlsts.
against the thrusts of venal pen nnd
' glanderous tongue, and deported and
Imprisoned the defatners of the na
tion aye even at the threat of the
terrorists' ' bombs.
Foe of Tyranny
"When, within the year, tha dark
and ominous clouds of industrial un-
rest gathered round, when lines of
cleavage were tightly drawn be
tween capital and labor, when i
mighty comblnationa of wealth
arose upon the one side to menace
A ft and the feudalism of force on the
other hand to threaten It, it was hi
that stood the unrelenting foe of
tyranny of all kinds whether that
tyranny he th" tyranny of money or
the tyranny of man.
"When, during the paat session
of congreaa -now dead but not for
gotten nor forgiven a partisan ef
fort was conceived to alienate from
our party America's adopted sons:
when prejudices wera appealed to
and the true status of our alien Im
migrants was in question it was he
that set forth the true doctrine of
Americanism at the Jackson Pay
banquet when he said: 'But ara In
alst that those who rome to our
Shores ahall come In th" right spirit
and with the right purpose: that
those who remain shall atay with in
tent to become Americans la every
aense. He must let the spreading
light, frnri the figure which beckonl
to him on Bedloe'a Island, shine only
upon a countenance which shall look
a forever to the west. Ha must real-
' le that this revolution haa been
fought and won when he sets his
i" 'i i,.'"i American sou.
Mr. Chairman, no party could
aurvlve today that did not write Into
Its platform the magic word 'Amer-
.11 11.1' ' That i , , m . ,- uiKlrh heel
g 1 1 a t e d monarchies, crumbled
throuua and brought new-boru na-
His Name Finally Presented
I . iMrsaarmSmsaiA ' lv J
Hwr ' :,ll W; J
w i'ii no Q, McAdoo,
William O. McAdoo was formally placed before the democratli
ventlon yisterday by Dr. Jenkins of Kansas City, despite the refusal i
McAdoo to permit It.
tlons lot" being will be the shlh
bolrth of every political party
will be seized upon by every dema
gogue and mountebank that appeals
for suffrage to our people. livery
party will claim It every ' andldate
will profess it, aye even though
'they steal the livery of heaven to
servo the devil in.' Hut the people
care not for their professions or pre
tensions, they Judge them by their
Tried hy Many Teats.
"Tried In the crucible of danger
and menaced by dlie peril, the at
torney general of the United States
haa not merely professed, but h haa
proven, his trtte Americanism. I call
history for my witness and her an
nals for my proof. There they stand
without lmpenohnient mute, elo
quent and convincing. V hue nil
detractors were stunting tnrougn
the land with, malign attack, there
he stood at the capital of the nation
bravely facing her enemies in de
fense of 'the ashes of our fathers
and the temples of their gods.'
"While the violent voice of agita
tion was being raised against him
for restraining feudal force from
palsying the hand of Industry, there i
he atood fearleasly vindicating the
law. unmoved bf the clamor and
tumult that threatened against him
all forms of reprisal. When more
dangerous foes asaertod themselves
the assassin, tho anarchist nnd
the communist, there he stood pano
plied in the armor of a Vulcan,
striking with all the might and maj
esty of the nation, confusing the col.
umns of sedition nnd scattering the
serried ranks of reds.
"Mr. Chairman, I prufeas no gift
of nroDhecy. No human prescience
can divine the event of November,
Hut we can, guided hy the lights or
experience, perceive the happenings
of the future. And. if you select
as your leader for that conflict the
man of our choice you will have an
inspiration and a cause far beyond
the platitudes of a platform.
"I see arraved against him the
government. In their
ranks t no nypnenai.e ami -"""
1st will fraterni.e. me
hold class and creed above equality
will there be found T he mal. o n -
tent and the criminal will Join
them. The echo of the voices on th"
ark of the soviet w ill mingle " h ,
the voices of enemies of the govern-;
ment and their master minds, now .
expiating their crimes In southern:
prisons. As I look upon this array j
how mv heart rejoices. They are
not of us, not of our party, not of
orrr followln. Our leader has eiim
Inoted them in tho lofty discharge
of his duties. His candidacy Is not
polluted by their presence or by the
proffers of their support We ad
mire him for himself -and we praise
him for his virtues; but oh. Mr.
Chairman, how wr revere and how j
we love him because his enemies
are the enemies of our government
gad his foes are hers.
"Hut behind hltn I see a solid
phalanx of true Americanism that!
knows no divided alleglanoe, I ace
the humble citlseni who worship j
their government. I see the worthy;
eons of those noble sires that Sleep
In a hundred battlefields hallowed
by their blood. I see the grim de
termination that pervade! them as
they resolve that this nation shall
not perish. I see them following a
shining helmet emblazoned with the
light of liberty and adorned by the
orlflamme of right. A new Navarre
is upon the field His lance Is that
of law: his shield Is that of Justice:
and democracy again triumphs led
and Inspired by Pennsylvania's no
blest produt whom 1 now name for
the president of these United Stales,
- A. Mitchell Palmer.
In rtilcago teaehlns as association of
surgaons tonell normalizing opera
tion. Ho In my office July 1.
PR. xi! i'ii i u CAIIVMUs
Ik. Ear, Nose ami Throat Speclallet
717 Mayo Ulilg.
, PACT CHAMPION
Name Submitted to
."AN PRAMOMCO, June 19 The
name of Homer 8. dimming,
chair-man of the democratic na
tional committee, was placed before
the delegates of the democratic na
llonal convention today for the
presidential nomination tiy John F.
Crosby of Connecticut, special as
sistant V. H district attorney gen.
eral, who declared that the "national
chairman stands four sryiarts with
thai inspired genius of democracy
and Immortal precept of world
wido peace, Woodrow Wilson."
Chairman Cummlnga. said Mr.
Crosby, "belongs to the democracy of
"For more than 20 years he has
been Connecticut s official voice In
th,, executive council of our party
Mr, Crosby continued, "and If proof
were needed to demonstrate how
fl ho Is admired and loved and
trusted hy his fellow demoerata from
every state, that proof Is to be found
In hla unanimous election to the
powerful and all Important post of
chairman of the democratta national
"Never a seeker after public of
fice, he fione the less has held his
great talents always at the serscs
of his country. In politics he IS
emphatically a progressive. Through
the last quarter of a century he has
i fought valiantly for ev
form that marks a milestone in the
vitalising process by which dsmoc.
racy's Ideals have been promoted
and the purity of popular govern
"The (ransi edent Issue of the next
I campaign is whether America shall
hold fast to tho sublime Ideal 0$
j .nr. if Ice nd rou.ed to
i n, .w aspiration the hopes of
, .u i.. .... .
" M.w ."
.impairing world. There ran be no
b) of ou my ,, f00d.
f(iw wllJ,OI1 , UIl,.o.uerHtile in his
lU,on the truth that America
, n((H ((J ,he word i;epubllcan
, ,.,,,,,, snp hrtM milu lt answer. It
r malnH 11)W fm. HH 1( j,.ivt.r t)ie
IinBWt.r r America,
"Connecticut offers you such a
inan fjKurP that rises up out of
tumult of contending tetres
na on( mBn uprtn whom all the
far Hons of democracy can most hap-
plly and harmoniously unite.
ANNOt'N CKM E NT
Mrs. Whitney, Modieto
Knrmarlv of Kansas City
Now npen for esgSgSRI 'nta In Tnla
for the msklns ' afternoon end
prirty rtre, evening gowns and
separate skirts, neeidariea Phoi.e
Prnol tllfil. I cdl
eld nt Tonni, til
Unruly, coarse hair ia maJs toft,
glossy and easy to. manage by using
Nelson'a Hair Dressing
Ntlson'i takes the curl out of
stubborn, unruly hair and la l.r for
tha scalp and iiair roots.
That's why it's been therhoirg of
par 'it colored people, for nearly
aa yean. All good drtsg stores in
U. S. kaap Nelson's. Bs turs to
get genuine Nelson's.
Neleon Manufacturing Co.
n ess. 1
SURE UNDER COX
Tafco Governor nnd Ohio
Will Go Democratic
ELECTED THREE TIMES
Huekeye Commonwealth Hat
tlegrotinil Speaker Say
Recounts Long Reconl.
PAN niAV 'ISCi ' .line j:i The
detnocrai-y of tilil", the home atate
tif the republican prealdent tul nom !
Ines, urged the national convention
today to select 'iocth"i .lames M
Cox aa the demoiratlc candidate fot
"With Cox aa your i nndldate
Ohio Is democratic, and with Ohio
democratic, victory Is yours." de-
ctarcd Judge James t; Johnson, of i
Sprlngflehl. tihlo. In formally pre
senting Oovaraof Cog'l name
"The election this year will fli
the stains of America for a genera-i
lion1 said Judge Johnson. "Not
only will It ih" hie whether wo shall
take our rightful place at the very
head of the nations in a united ef
fort for Civilisation, or shall lapse
Into sullen ostracism In the face of
oppoi i unit li s for service to human
Ity will- h no people ever had. but
It will also decide whether the do
mestic progress and nst productive
energies of this continent ahall he'
tUrnsd hack Into reactionary i han
nels after a period of splendid
achievement In democratic adminis
tration. "When this country was forced
into the great world war. our people
in common Willi their fellow coun
trymen In all t the slates, were
thrilled hy the call of the great man
who alts In the seal of Washington
and Lincoln and who with superb
spirit and matchless phrase Ititei
preted the highest aspliatlons and
Ihe Invtnctbls, purpose of the tros
peoples of the earth, If envv, hut t od
and passion ahall deprive him of his
Just recognition now, and deprive
hla country and humanity of the
benefits of lll vast service In their'
behalf, succeeding generations will
pay InrXSMlni devotion to Ills honor.
The mighty appeal he made to Ihe
resistless forces ol civilization will;
pla. e him among the colossal figures
Pi the history of msnkltid.
"As wn enter the great, contest !
now impending, our opponent's fan I
every flame of discontent. They pool
every discordant element. In order
to carry the election. Unmindful
afid regardless of the effect on Ihe
welfare of the rspublo, and on the;
orderly processes of society, they
arouse hitter prejudice and set in
motion forcea which it la easy to see
may become absolutely uncontnol
lable. They do not hesitate to cast a
cloud on the glory won for our coun
try by the millions of our hoys who
grandly carried the flag to the bat
tlefields of Kurope and with uticon
ruiernble spirit placed It nt the very
front of the columns of civilization.
"All the world felt that democ
racy, freedom and friendship had a
new meaning In the earth.
"The American people must now
decide whether that proud position
which our soldiers and our people
won shall lie abandoned or whether
we shall show ourselves worthy of
the Inheritance we have enjoyed.
"Tho democratic party needs a
candidate who holds In his heart
the memory of the glorious record
of tho Incomparable American boy
and who looks forward with cour
age and capacity to crasp the op
portunities and to meet the difficul
ties and dangers yet to come. He
An Old Sore
does not hesl because the pus,
which U continuelly tonnlng, pois
ons the surrounding fleth.
Antiseptic Healing Oil
Stops the tarnation of pus, de
stroys the poison and heals the
sore. It Slope Peln end Heals at
at the Same Time.
Mo Oo fl.so
When you want to (TTOH 15 your
home's furnishings or an) part
of them remember that we
A Clean Storage Building
Our storage Isn't any old place,
hut It Is s place where YOU nan
store your artlclea without mis
givings. Tulsa Storage and
NnuKht In lacking In th1 Kktrhuro Hotel MrViM and
oUippiKft to add to th onv-nl-n of our KUHt. And
the imperial cooling uynuuum employed, coipln'd with
th Indlvidoai room a rvlo of ttn electric fan. Inmirea
perftct Huumer comfort. Kr numinrr tout uh it in
very accettflble, located In the downlown r ion It
nui kee ftdmij hi! I.. , l i . r 'ere.
Why not make the K trhum your home during thu
mi in in er lOMOnT Hnt-H quoied on rt-'jucitt.
must knew the beginnings and the
reasons for the republic. Ho must
know Ita spirit, and the spirit of the'
wise tn.n who founded It. Me must
know that Amerb antKallon Is not sn
Idle ceremony, that It Is not a thing
to be gained In a day. or a year, but
t list it Is the result of the alow pro
cesses of education and of the Influ
ence of sa01'lls.l lllfl and contact with
those who hs enjoyed and appre
ciate what enlightened liberty l He
must know that America cannot
hold horttlf nwav trom the rt at of
the world, that science nnd Inven
lion and genius have removed all
barriers on land and sen nnd h.iv.
brought together all the rsces
whether thev will or not He must
resllre that the huge debts Imposed
upon all Ihe nations b) the blood?
struggle make It Imperative thst the
Amerhan president shall be a man
of gre if business nnd sirs utlve en -Pio
nr. that this debt can . nlv be
paid b wealth prfdUCtd In the fac
tories and mines and on t lie farms
,,( th untry and that thJre must
he the ,leoted united and har
monious work of every capital 1st
and every worker to accomplish the
mighty tnsk The taxea must he In
telllsently latd to the end that this
capital and Ibis Inbor may be, ns far
as possible, unfettered.
"Tin gnat state, of which I have
spoken, pi l SSntl a loan who has
these quaJKlsf In full and rounded
n . iMiii' Ills atrength Is HOI the
passing fgncy of a mere lucky turn
on the political hoard It Is the
solid atr ngth and power thst la
sb w'lv food In the ludi:ment of the
people after actual performance and
service. Mis friends do not genoial
le ihev specify. Kor eight years
In has hot n under (be searchlight in
our Mate. In each of ihe yesra new
problem! were met, new difficul
ties encountered, n, w- deinimdM
made upon his tireless industry and
upon the resources of Ills lagdorshlp
and. statesmanship. lie has con
stantly grown with the severity of
the teat. At every crisis and at
SVf rj new trial he has deeloped a
splendid reset ire Inn . and capacity.
"All saw and admired the resolute
stand he took for the Impartial en
forcement of Hie lew lie demand' d
of every subordinate executive of
ficer in every count v and In every
municipality the name unqusotlpn
ing observance of eejual and exact
.loathe. His spirit was so high and
his sense of fulrness so even and
manifest lh.it no sobln-i was ever
ncedsd to march between capital
"Ftei ognllng the right of every
man to his opinion on every pro
posed publn measure, aftei the dis
cussion was over and the judgment
of Ihe people had been written Into
the law of t he state, he has, with
the same cool and dclibcriite hand,
enforced that law. No Bjjni reo, well
informed dttnen of Ohio haa denied
that proposition. This has been,
and will be. his position 1 " the end
"When our country entered the
war. our governor, with Invincible
eiithinlasm and untiring energy,
stepped in his rightful plii' e as the
lender In organising1 OUI contribu
tion to the man power of the army,
the great productive energies of our
mines, our factories and our (arms
Hacked by the best men and best
women, without regard to party, he
disclosed a ' aparity for leadership
In that sacred cUUUs which phi' ed
him at the very front among the
great American war governors.
"The expenses of his campaign
are met from the small and volun
tary contributions of those who
know hfni best. He Is bound by no
express or Implied obligations to
any class or Interest.
"For a half century Ohio was nor
mallv republican, but three times
Kelley Military Academy
A small select school with splen
did home life for vour hoy. One
Instructor for every ten bovs
Military drill, all athletics; stu
dents prepared for all colleges
and untverelt lea.
Bummer crmn heirlns July V 193(1.
Hnaitng, swimming, golf, horae
bsc.k riding. Tutoring under ex
perleneed instructors night weeks
Address, CM. Clyde 11. 'iv-iry,
lloi 101. Iliirlliutlon, Kansas
USE OF CALOMEL
Siivm Druir Ts Mfrcurv
Acts Lfln Dynamite on
Dortfon is maklflll .t hard t l(?ht
I r(th I nnt ritlortiol in th Hfnith. Kvcry
druKKlKt had notiovd a Krft fHlHnft
i off In the mill of ijtlnmfl Thi y all
1 Klv" th .imc n'uFnn, Dortaon'a Llvi-r
' Tone ta taklriK It pl.irf.
"Calornil la iht n if1 rout nr p-fopl-a
Itiimr it. while Dodaon'ss Liver Tone
l perff-tly nfp nnd fftVftf bttf r-
, nulla," Hiiid a prominent local !rut
I glut. T)oilHon'i Uvfr Tonn in pr
aoniilly giiarfitiipii hy tworv driiir
Kiat. A ih tk (jttli itonts but a few
i Nnll. And If tt falls to Klve eanv r
Jlf In very ran- of I1vt nIUKlHti-
, neaH and eOQiUpAtlQIli fOU hav' only
to afk for your mony hurk.
nodron'a IJvt-r T0Hi i' a, pleawan--tarttlrnr,
pur Iv v wt'ahltp fWM&f,
hftffnmH to l oth ( hlMrpnanl iidiilta,
Tak- a pOOflfUl at ntpht and wak
up i- flni; no iilllouRneKa, ik
h-;u! tch1, nrid itomarb or conntl
PAtd howr-la. K dOftSfl'l UTrtpc or
rati liif'onvrnlenpr ill tho i xt d;iy
lkt I'-lcnt vn lonicl Take a dom
of ralnfiiel today and to rnorrnw von
will f i I w a k , Kirk a rid nn iihpm td.
Iton't nm- a dy'a work Ttiko I)id
ann'ri T.lver Tonp ItiHtad and fl
fiin , full of vigor u lid a rn hit ion.
0, Uoiinlnil, Mimuk'' r
iriiw .nail nnn i'i tii -,,-. i.-u ... ... ..
of the Buckeye Htate The last time
he was hs only man on th" demo
srallt ticket who was elected and
Is stronger now I doubt If then'
sr many inetanc ee in which a chief
executive hgl made the aure and
ste.ulf advance In the confidence
and esteem an1 ripened Judgment
of his fellow-cltliena of all classes
thst this man has made In Ohio. Hla I
real genius for executive duty and 1
hla record of accomplishment, haa
Increased hla popularity and.
stronitn far beyond the power of
our opponents to overcome, how
ever huge the campaign fund miv j
POLICE HUNT FOR ROBBER
Southern Pacific Train Hold I'p:
KoM and Jewelry Taken.
HACHA.M KNTO. Cal , June SO
roll," todav are searching along
Ihe Hoiithcrn Pacific Iracka near
havls. a few miles from here, for
the trnln robbOl wiio held up pass
engers on the Atlantic express Into
last night The bandit fell from
no train ahen aj RoeMI of dure
hind, Ohio, filed three shots Into
his breektt About " In ash and
a QUUntlt) of Jewelry had been
taken hv the bandit from Ihe pass
angere in ihe last two onre no the
Itcinovcil ii Hospital.
PORT SMITH, Ark, June SO.
iter be rt Wright, eeervtce man of
ivutnton. ok la., who has been at a
hospital here suffering from sleep
ing rick neeg Since March, was re
moved loday to the ststo hospital
at I. lilt" Itork lb has scarcely
moved a muscle during that period
ami his rase has attracted wide at
tention among phvsn lnnsJ
No. 8 W. 5th. Cedar 1593
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Steamihip s ross Lskes Superior
and Huron. Kaatbound. theCanad
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Fort William snd Port Arthur
westbound, at Port McNicoU.
This Crest I.skes trip hae erery
fsscination o ocean travel plus
the fsKinstlons of the "Soo." You
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life every pleasure under the eun
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Whether you make this trip as an
excursion by itself or as part of s
trnnK'ontinentsl Journey, you will
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TJio "Bayer Creu" thfi thumb print of
genuine "Byr Tablet! uf Aipirin." It pro
tectg you Hfmnst iniitiitiinis
tiiirs t Ik- gcimiiu1, worltl fumotiH Asjiirin pre proper dlrectlona.
lian ! i. a boxei of 12 UblMa cut . t a fw cent IaArr j :it-fc.
elAplrtB ! ilie trftde niairb of Byr Ilaauicturi il -i.a. . i a tot of SaIUUciwi4
inNTiMfien ni"M Htacaoma tauk
wav avoid being Impressed with his
Before presenting Secretary Mere
dith's name. Mr. Porter reviewed
briefly the work of tho democratic
parry and of President Wilson's ad
ministration nnd flayed the repubtt
oan senate for Its failure to ratlfv
the peace treaty.
"It la not yet determined." he
aabi. "whether the great mcrlflcee
made hv A inerti a's sons In the w ar
were In vain Klghleen months nnd
more while civilisation has been
hovering over on the brink of dis
solution snd anarchy snrl Ibrlshe
vlsni has spread, the I'nlled Matee
annate under reactionary republioan
leadership has supinely debated
That this nation had become the
great moral leader of th" world,
looked up to, admired and loved hv
the people of all countries, snd that
while tin) wrangled ami talked, ad
miration was rapidly giving way to
distrust and love to hate seemingly
mattered not to them Truly, has It
' lxtoe Waic.Ca.
417 South Main
Newest Song Roll Hits
Month of July
TI0 si . ir.. Toe Ktrrat (Toa Tenl. K O asVlfsmaea
l'lael hy l llrf lleae
A new fnt trot bellatlhat tialle trrtm the farlfte cnaat.
as7 HJMM Uke to Know It hr I I 'll In ! With I ra
, I... Trot, Hey 111 TtmtHVg
Plare.l by eranS rlaula A beautltril ballarl In danoa latnpo.
sail l IA In Ihe lAnrl of Ihe Tamlmnrlns ,
I... Trot. Hp) III ...Mass
nsySi by OHfl lleee
A rlellahlful arms being fealurer by vanrlevllle heerlllnera,
1S71 a I in I TnW Von en I fot Triil. Key ll-flall A. on TtlfeT
I'layert hr Hdythe Maker.
Treillrled In be ctre uf Ihe eeeaon'a favnrllea.
tSII II SO Jmmi ttanri llluea i I ... Trot, Kay Ml White
riayerl by Kdyllra llaker. A Jassy lune with a real Jasa IrrW.
TriaSI f I.Se-Mwiyans trni Trnt. Key V) mm rier
riayee by ('lift lleaa.
A near Spanleh Ins trnt thai la creating a aenaatlon In danea etrnlas.
TsaKn Bl SS Mleee IIToe Trv.t. Krv
I'larad by Harry Hlover. A
TSal SI in tin Miami Shore (Walle, Kay fll
A dreamy walta euci-eaa that
saafi SI .AO l-l , 'Km foe Moms
(lllue I i.t Trot. Hey
I'layed by Kdylhe llaker.
A new bluee thai ta true on Ha way to auooaas
tasf gl.tll llalnlrow of My llreama trot Trot. Kay C)
I'leyerr ny rrenk Mania
A new tuneful, appealing melody arranged In denee form.
SSTA SI mi IUh k n l, e IIhJm llluaa (Koa Trot. H v B-fUt)
I'layed by K.I) the llaker a' new biiiea thai la i,r..vihU
M7S l.ia Swanee HaSS rl
Hlaye.l by Kdythe
TISas SI nn Tell Mo. Trolly Maidrwi rs.x Trol, Seitatta
from Klirrrwlora, Hey K. flall
I'Uyed by Prsnk Iranla.
Tha his feature uf the rUrhubart'a revival of "Floraaora
SMI It .00 There Mual " a Way to .. Van (One Step,
Her CI ftnyga
Played hy Harry Stover, tlrnrd nne etepa ara ai area, hara'a a winner.
lass (i.oa 7,oms (re Test, Hag F .' IWafcllsM
i" ... i bv Harry Aksi.
A sparkling oriental number, brilliantly played.
ami poiitively iden
l,cn said that the honor of this ns
llon Is now committed Into the
I nnds of th" democratic party, and
II will pot fall In the full perform
ance of this trust." .
We Pay f vimpmindrvl on
any hi "' Invested montiily
i it olls rwlsr.
fnder KiaJj. Superrlslfm.
We solicit your acennnt.
Home Building &
111 S lloeton
beaullful eons arranged for 4anea.
la raking the onuntry by storm.
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Trol. Hry Bl Dalaane
Maker A teal lrlilaeaong.
ago - Always say "Bayer"
Kcribcd Viy phj'Bioians for over ninrtenn yearajt
ItiHist i'ii an urihrnkr-ii iiakaRp of genuine
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