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OKLAHOMA'S GREATEST NEWSPAPER
VOL. XIV, NO. 312
TULSA, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, AUGUST (3, 1920
PRICE 5 CENTS.
uescnoes Article iu as
J Menace to Tranquil
"MELTING POT" FOLLY
Cannot Expect Other Nation
alities to Be Rejoicing
STICKS TO CAMPAIGN PLAN
Will Not Leave Marlon Before
October 1; Rejects Invi
tation to West Va.
MAIIIO.V, Ohio, Aug. 4. Striking
fit Artlclo 10 ns a menaces to tranquil
rcIntloiiH among American citizens.
Senator Harding declared In n front
porch speech today that If ho had
tn choose, ho " ould rather have
Industrial and BOdal peace at homo
than command tho international
pcaco of the world,"
Ilaiw "Melting Pot."
"It Is folly." ho said, "to think of
blending Greek and llulgnrlan, Ital
lan and Slovak, or making any of
them rejoicingly American, when Uio
land of adoption slt.i In Judgment on
the land from which he enmo,
"Wo need to bo rescued from the
visionary and fruitless pursuit of
pcaco through supor-govcrnment. I
do not want Americans of foreign
birth making their party alignments
on what wo mean to do lor some na
tlon in the old world. Our need Is
concord, not tho ntlpathles of long
Tho speech' was delivered to a
delegation from Wayne county, Ohio,
who greeted tho candidate with
cheers and Interrupted frequently
wkii nana clapping aa ho delivered
his thrusts at tho Ivagtio and pleadod
for tho preservation of nationality.
Will Continue Toller.
In conference with another group
of callers earlier In tho day, tho
nomlnco declared lita steadfast ad
herence to tho front porch campaign
policy, Indicated that he expected to
make no pccchc away from Marlon
until October. Ho declined an Invi
tation brought by them to address
tho West Virginia republican club
August 12. and told them ho was
well satisfied with tho progress of
his program of speeches here.
It was said at his headquarters
that his position would not suspend
tentatlvo plans under consideration
for speaking trips later In tho cam
paign and that somo definite decision
might bo expected at tho confer
ence of repiibtcan chiefs to bo held
in New York tomorrow.
Senator Harding will b repro
Kontcd there and with his views In
mind the whole subject Is to bo care
lletides making his front porch
udrdess and receiving the West Vlr
glnia delegation Senator Harding
t.uw many callers durng tho day.
j Among them was .Mrs. Abbey
Scott Daker of tho national woman's
party, who asked for more help to
secure ratification of tho suffrage
amendment, and Wayno 11. Wheeler,
goneral counsel of tho Anti-Saloon
league, wl o said ho only came to pay
u personal call,
Mrs. Baker said bIio was well
pleased with her talk with the nom
inee nnd had been promised defl
nlta action toward chaining a fnv
orublo voto by tho Tennessee legis
lature. Arriving on a special train tho
Wayno county delegation marched
past tho Harding resldenco Iri a cheer,
lng column while the nomlnco and
his wlfo reviewed them from tho
front steps. They serenaded head
quarters with a brtun band until tho
time for their formal appearance.
Those In charge of the delegation
wild It contained about 400, many
,of them farmers.
f A short speech of greetings was
made by Judge Frank Taggart. who
told Senator Harding that employers
and laborers, business men and farm
ers" wcro united In Wayno county in
After his response, Senator Hard
ing presented Senator Watson of In
diana and Senator Sutherland of
West Virginia, Who made short talks
to tho crowd, praising tho nominee
and predicting republican success. A
half hour of hand shaking conclud
ed tho program.
In a talk with Senator Watson,
who with Mrs. Watson had taken
luncheon at the Harding home, Sen
ator Harding elaborated on tho con
ception of party government for
CONTINUED ON PAOl! K10IIT.
When it became necessary
to make, a loan on a piece of
Ileal Ustnte, ono man found
quick money through a
"money wanted" ad, If you
follow tho want ads from day
to day you will find them alive
wl"i wonderful chances for
m. king money. Start watch
ing them today nnd you will
profit from World Want Ads.
Call Osage 0000.
Is Raisin Queen
in Sunny Country
Miss Violet Oliver, celebrated Los
Angeles beauty, photographed In
.ew lork, whero sho presented
Mayor Hylan with an Invitation, to
attend the annual fruit fiesta In
California. Mlrs Oliver began her
tour of the country May 9 and to
date has presented Invitations to the
raisin debauch to twenty-sevon gov
ernors and forty-seven mayors. Sho
Is Just seventeen years old and at
tributes her beauty to her life-long
habit of eating raisins Incessantly,
no matter where she Is.
TO SENATE RACE
With Gubernatorial Tiff
Dwight F. Davis and Breck-
enridge Long, Democrat,
Far in Lead ; Drys Win.
ST. LOUIS. Aug. 4. With the
gubernatorial nominations virtually
decided on both republican nnd dem
ocratic tickets, according to incom
plete unofficial returns from Tues
day's stato wide primary, political
Interest tonight Is centering on tho
raco between the senatorial candi
dates of the two parties.
Itcturns from over the state are
coming In slowly, but a tabulation
by the Globe Domocat from approx
imately 2,000 precincts, including
St. Louis, indicates tho senatorial
raco on each ticket has developed
Into a two man fight.
The count shows rtreckonrldgo
Long, former third assistant recro
tary of state and advocate of tho
league of nations, leading for the
democratic nomination with 39,833;
former federal Judgo Henry S.
Irlest, who mndo tho race on nn
antl-leaeuo and "wet" platform.
fiecond, with 32,109 and Charles M.
Hay. pro-league and "dry" 25,903,
Tho voto represents about one
half of tho state,
The raco for tho republican nom
ination apparently lies between Sen
ator Belden I Spencer nnd Dwlght
F. Davis. Tho Olobe Democrat tab
ulation places Davis in tho lead with
54,452; Spencer second with 53,692,
and J. L. MInnts third with 14,638.
Tho status of tho aspirants for
governor apparently Is unchanged
and Indications uro that Arthur M.
Hyde and John M. Atkinson, both
of whom campaigned on dry plat
forms, are respectively republican
and democratic nominees.
Numcn Pilgrim Days
WASHINGTON, Aug. 4. Prcsl
dent Wilson In a proclamation to
day "suggested and requested" that
December 31 tie rejebrated through
out the United States as the tercen
tenary of tho landing of tho Pilgrims
at Plymouth Itock, In 1620, and ap
pointed Samuel W. IMcCall, nnd
Illchard Hooker of Massachusetts,
nnd George Foster Peabody of New
York as members of the Pilgrim ter
Society Leader Dies
From Injuries After
M'ALESTEIt, Okla., Aug, 4,
Mrs. II. W. Choate, president of
tho Pittsburg county democratic
club and well known public work
er, died lato Tuesday night I' n
Injuries received when a Missouri,
Kansas & Texas freight engine
struck a car In which she was
riding, fracturing her skull.
Mrs. Choate was Injured at 4:30
o'clock Monday afternoon nnd
never regained consciousness be
fore sho died. Mrs. n. McAlester,
who was driving the car, said
that her brake would noj hold
r.r.d sho could not stop soon, enough
to prevent the accident. ,
Early Returns Are Cu
By Lale Count Giv
ing Him 25,000.
HARRELD LEADS FIELD
Late Indications Favor Him
for Republican Nominee
in Senate Contest.
VACANCY RACE DOUBT
5 w i n d a 1 1, Republican,
lakes Margin in Fight
Over Morgan's Term.
OldjATTrfA -TTV A i T.al
I, V - - ., .,,, . , .11111-
I cations enrlv tnnlirlit v-.i
rnomlnntlon nf PninrrrMmnn t i
fllarrcld as tho republican nomlnco
lor united states senator. Ho car
ried Oklahoma county by a voto of
cigiii 10 one over tho next high man
nnd a majority of 1.000 over all tho
other 13 candidates. This lead gives
mm a trememious advantage In the
stato wide contest.
Harrcld'H lend In counties thus far
tabulated Is ns follows Logan 450,
l'oync 3G0. Ulalno 200,- Grady 200,
Kay 400, Muskogee 400, Caddo 2G0
and MeCl.ain 12K. nulnrn. frnm
scattered KOllthern ennntlfvi Imllrntn
that he is leading by at least two to
OKLAHOMA CITY, Aug. B.
According to complete returns from
2,111 precincta of the 2,708 in the
state, compiled by tho Dally Okln
homan early this morning, the lead
of Representative Scott Ferrli, can
didate for the democratic senatorial
nomination over Senator Thomas 1.
Gore, has been reduced to 25,000
Tho voto already reported Is the
heaviest ever polled In a democratic
primary In Oklahoma.
Gore headquarters refused to con
cede d of eat.
Only three counties, McCurtaln,
Noble, and Rogers have not reported
Itcturns from a tcoro of counties
on tho republican senatorial raco
show J. W. Harreld of Oklahoma
City Is leading with 6,409. J. H.
Culllson of Iihld Is second with 3,171,
In tho counties wheru there aro
no largo cities, Ferris' lead was
claimed to bo decisive. Kingfisher
county navo Ferris 673 and Gore
385, Jackson county reported 27 of
its 29 precincts guvo I'crrla 1,135
and Gore 899.
Oklahoma county (Oklahoma
City) reported officially 9,201, for
With 229 of tho 276 precincta In
tho Fifth district reporting lato to
day, tho voto for democratic nomlna
tlon for representative In congress
Swank Heads Stafford.
F. B. Swank, 9.460; It. K. Staf.
ford, 7,392; W. M. Franklin. 3,598
Tho Incomplete, unofficial returns
In tho sixth district congresilonnl
senatorial nomination gave Klmer
Thomns 4,983; Cham Jones 3,930.
The vote represented returns from
about one-half of tho precincts In
tho district, L. M. Gcnsman, repuh
llcan candidate, was without opposi
tion lor tho nomination.
Incomplete returns from Okla
homa county (Fifth district) cave
K. H. Ileardon I.76S and I). T.
Halncr 1,422 for the republican nom
ination for congress. Itcturns from
other counties in tho district had not
Itcturns from tho Eighth congres
sional district are more scattering
than from any of tho other closely
contested districts, but the Dally
Oklahnman's tabulation Indicated
Charles Swindnjl was In thn lead for
the republican special primary to
fill tho unexpired term of the late
Representative Dick T. Morgan. The
returns Indicated, however, thnt
Wlnfleld Scott was pressing him
Z. A. Harris appeared to have a
slight lead over C. H. Hydo for tho
democrats nomination In the Eighth
district for tho full term, beginning
In tho race for republican nomi
nation for United States senator, the
Dally Oklahomnn'n report Indicated
J. W. Harreld wan maintaining :i
slight lend over J. II, Culllson of
Knld. Tho reports were scattering
Totals received by the Dally Okla
homlin Included tho following:
Alfalfa county, Herreld 216, Cul
llson 671s Grant, Harreld 51. Culll
son 227; Kny. Harreld 326. Culllson
117; Klnkflshcr. Harreld 263. Culll
W rpray and doctor your trcaa, Mil.
llama anil Harvry Nuracry Advt.
son 436: Tulsa. Harreld 449, Culll
son 53; Woodward, Harreld 80, Cul
llson 698. In Oklahoma county
Harreld received 2,453,
Scattering unofficial returns from
the First district Indicated T. A.
Chandler was lending J. S. Mabon
for the republican nomination for
rongresM by about 600 votes. 13, n,
Howard was unopposed for the
CONTINUED ON l'AUK TIMES
VOTE IN COUNTY
FALLS FAR SHORT
Interest in Primary
Light; Ferris Given
WEAVER RUNS HIGHEST
Gets 3,306 Votes in Contest
for County Clerk; Lnwson
COUNTY FORCE IS PICKED
Munroe, Woollcy and Others
of Administration Ac
corded Big Lead.
With only ono small country pre-
clnet not reported the lead of Scott
Ferris over Thomas I'. are In tho
democratic senatorial raco In Tulsa
county Is S59 votes. Tho total voto
for Ferris Is 2,306 white. Gore's vote
Only about 7.000 votes wern eimt
In tho pilmarv election Tunnlnv.
Thl lack of Interest displayed was
1'iniownui of a surprise io party
leaders. Tho democratic total voto
was about 4.500 while, that of the
republicans totaled around 2,500.
t'nity workers had predtctod that at
least 7,000 democratic and KOoo re.
publican votes wauld be polled.
In the republican congressional
race unanaier led Mabon by 1.007
vote. The voto for Chandler u-ns
2,103 while that for Mabon was
Among the counts' candidates r
u. vte-aver candidate for onuntv
icru in mo aemocrnile nrlmarv.
received tho high voto, nn ho wus
tho preferenco of 3,300 voters,
having a lend of 2,369 votes over his
opponent John K. Heasnonover. Tho
republican nomlnco Is O. I). Law
In the rnco for Judgo of criminal
court or appeals In tho democratic
primaries Woodson Norvell nnd
jnmes a. Davenport former con
grcFirnan. wero favorites. Norvell
K-auuiK imvenpon ny only 141 votes.
Thrnves was the favorite In the cor
por.itlon commission contest, having
952 votes more thnn Echols, his
.v It. Graham received 2.537
votes for county 'representative The
other democratic candidate will be
K H. Guthrey who ledVnsh Hud-
on, nis nearest opponent. b- 193
votes. Tho sucrensful republican
, nintm.ii-!! inr wieFe Offices rir
iiicy neii and UMiungton Rogers,
nun ucing attorneys.
For tho countv ntnrnev nnmlnn.
tlon T. I. Munrne, nresent Inrnm.
ent. deented J. M. Springer, his
nearest opponent, by 1.161 votes.
His republican opponent In -the fall
campnlim will be W. F. fleiver wlm
defeated Ren O Axley hy lis votes,
w. v. Rtttckey In the demorrntle
nominee for county treasurer, his
eno over u M. 1'lirnv being 864
oles. Wnvno L. Dickey H his hi.
. F. Honker, demnrr.it. nnd P. V
flotvlln, republican, will contest for
lie orrire of rmtnlv nssoor. John
T. Porter, democrat, nnd Mrs.
YnncU Harvey, republican, had no
pponents for the county court elerv
Thn result nf. the county sheriff
nmlnntlons proved exactly ns fore.
ited tiv r llllclnnK In both enmni
lames AV'ollev. democrat, nnd W M
MeCilIlnngh. republican, will tit-aln
io tbe opposing candidates, both
receiving the nomination without
serious opposition, i
Two women w 111 nontest or thn ,.
flee of rnuntv school superintendent,
they helm? Mtnnette Hedges, demo
crat, present Incumbent, ni.J Malila
The rnrn for county surveyor will
' between A H Collins, d
nd present Mtrvcvor. nnd '.iviln ft
CONTINUED ON PAOT KIOTIT.
nowrcn ont,y to iiurnnw.
Villa Told rollowcTH IVoi Mortal
I'mddent Only Conqueror.
MEXICO CITY. AtiC. 4 Tlefnra
offering 'to surrender to the pro
visional government nf Mexico,
Francisco Villa, bandit loader, told
his followers provisional president
do la Iluerta was tho only man to
whom ho had ever submitted, ac
cording to Renjamln Rlos of Villa's
staff, who wns hero on a mission
from Villa to do la Huertn, El Demo,
crata states. Colonel Rlos Is ac
companied by Captain Isaac Alvarez,
Tumulty to Capital.
WASHINGTON, Aug. 4. Joseph
P. Tumulty, secretary to President
Wilson, will leave Washington to
morrow for Dayton to roprenent
resident wuson at the formal noti
fication of Governor Coz ion tho
democratic presidential nominee.
in Ferris Vote
World's Capital llureau.
WASHINGTON, Aug. 4.- -Re
puhllrun lenders hero today ex
pressed satisfaction at the vla
tory of Hcott Ferris over Sena
tor Gore. (I, (J. P. men believe thnt
with Ferris as tho nominee tho
republicans havn un excellent
chanco of capturing the senator
ship from thn sooner state as soon
as it becomes certain who tho
In the big field of republican
senatorial nomination seekers the
rcpuhllain senatorial cjommltliKi
wilt take, steps looking toward an
active Inlet out for tho Oklahoma
IN KANSAS RACE
Senator Curtis and Gov
ernor Allen Maintain
DEMOCRATS IN DOUBT
Only Fight in Party, Contest
for Gubernatorial Nomi
nation, Develops Slow.
TOPBKA, Kan,, Aug. 4. Returns
reaching hero this nfternoon nnd
evening served to increase tho leads
maintained by Senator Chnrlfa Cur
tis. Governor Honry J, Allen nnd
other republican stato officials ask
Senator Curtis Is leading John A.
Edwards 2 to 1, whllo the lead of
Governor Allon over Qeorge R. Snow
of oaitinnnmw increased 3 to
Richard J. Hopkins, attorney general
has defeated Edward Hooney of TO-
peka : to 1 on available, returns.
Scattering returns from 50 coun
It oh. approximately 1,000 precincts,
tabulated tonight, gave the follow
ing for the republican t-enatorlal
CurtleH 44,121: Edwards 19,200.
On tho democratic ticket the only
contest, that for nomination for irov
ernor Is still In doubt because of tho
meager returns. Jonathan Davis of
Rrotisnn Is lending on thn returns
with O. T. Wood, Liberal. Dempster,
I'otm, wicnun nnci w. H. Hyatt, of
Parsons following in tho order
N. Y. CONVENTION
Schenectady Mayor Wages
Losing Fight Against
SARATOGA SPRINGS. N. V Aug.
4. A ticket of stato officers "sug
gested" for tho guidance of tho clec-
tom, was agreed upon by tho party
leaders nt the final session of tho
unofficial democratic stato conven
tlon here today.
Tho proceedings were unusually
hnrmonlotis. ' The only serlotifl ob
Jectlon to the program prepared by
tho leatlcrn of Tammany hall and tho
upstate organization came from
Mnyor George R. Lunn of Schenec
tady, and avowed candidate for tho
nomination for United Statos cemv
or, who left the convention bvforn
It had finished Us bus ness today.
Undaunted by tho crushing defeat of
last night when tho convention bv
a voto of 434 to 16 howled over hi
motion that no succestlon of candi
dates bo permitted, ho returned to
to the fray with renewed vigor thin
forenoon nnd battled valiantly but
vnlnly for tho elimination from the
platform of a plank declaring for a
modification of the Volstead proht
tlon enforcement net thnt would do
flno Intoxicating beverages In such a
manner rut to permit trnfflo In beer
of 2.75 per cent alcoholic content.
Again he met defeat, tho vote helng
iwu io ji against fiis proposal,
Mayor Lunn returned to tha frnv
a third time, when hi mado another
protest against the action of Ihe con-
ventlotl 111 cnlllnif the roll nf rnnn.
lies for an expression of sentiment
regarding candidates, on the ground
that such action violated tho spirit
nf tho direct primary law. Tho
convention plainly showed Its hostil
ity to tho arguments and when
Schenectady wan reached on (ho roll
call of the counties there was no re
sponse, ns Mayor Lunn and his col
leagues had left tho hall. Tho plat
form which was adopted today, docs
not mention the league of nations
and other national Issuec, although
thero was a blanket endorsement of
the platform adopted by the national
convention nt San Francisco, which
contains a plank declaring for the
league f.ivorcil by President Wltjon.
Reside favoring u modification of
tho Volstead net, tho platform
recommended "recognition without
Intervention In all cases where the
peoples of a nation as In Ireland,
havn by free voto of, the peoplo set
up u republic.'' V
Destroyers Told to Use
1'orcc on Western Union
MUST AWAIT CONGRESS
Confcrcnco Will Dccido
Issue September 15.
BRITISH HAVE MONOPOLY
Bitf U. S. Firm Has Com
pleted All But Connections
of Lino tb S. America.
Dr The Aamclatad Pruat,
WASHINGTON, Aug. 4 Five
destroyers nro patrolling tha en
trance to tho Miami, Florida, harbor,
under orders from President Wilson,
to prevent, by forco, If necessary,
thn landing of a cabin the Western
Union Telegraph company Is having
laid from Ilnrbatlos. a llrltlsh onuses.
Ion In tho West Indies.
A llrltlsh cablo ship, the Colonial,
has been chartered bv the Wrminrn
Union company to land tho American
end of tho cable which would con
nect with a llrltlsh calilo lino from
Barbados to South America. At tho
state department It was stated to
day that the Rrltlsh embassy had
been asked to Inform tho master of
the ship thnt such a landlns would
bo In violation of American law.
Ilegnn Idtst Hummer.
Officials explained there was nn
Algnltonco In thn fact that the vessel
wn Rrltlsh; that sho probably was
trio only cable craft available to tho
American company when she wns
Work on the cable line from liar-
bados was begun last summer.
Sometlmo ngo tho Western Union
company applied to the state depart
ment for nn executive, permit to land
the wire nt Miami, but officials "aid
action on It had been delayed pend
ing the holding of the International
communications congress, called to
meet In Washington Soptember 15,
IlrllJli Havn Monopoly.
A llrltlsh cable company. It was
explained, now has a monopoly nf
rablo rights In Rratlllan waters. An
American concern desires to con
struct a direct cable line from tho
United States to Rrnzll and It was
stated thnt tho American govern
ment desired to know before Issuing
tho permit to tho Western Union
company whether tho arrangement
entored Into by tho company with
.the Rrltlsh concern, tho Western
Cablo company, controlling the line
from Ilnrbaflos to Rrazll, would add
to this monopoly,
In this connection, It was nssertea
that at tho forthcoming Interna
tional communications congress the
whole theory of International com
munication was to bo exnmlnod hy
a "very dlfforcnt temperament" from
that existing In tho past.
There wero reports today that
nfter tho Western Union company
filed Its application for a permit tno
state department requested that a
ropy of tho contract with the llrltlsh
cablo concern also be filed nnd that
tho company hnd refused to comply.
No Information ns to this was ob
tainable nt tho department.
MIAMI, Fin., Aug. 4, Work on
tho cabin was begun last August,
operations being started from both
ends. Tho laying of tho cable ncross
lllnriivnii bav to tho Atlantic coast
side of the key guarding Miami's
harbor was completed a few month
ago, and the Western Union com
pany has enlnrgcd and equipped Hit
local office In readiness for hand
ling the expected Increased business.
Announcement wau made n month
ngo by tho Postal Telegraph com
pany now building its lines into
Miami, that it would this fall be.
gin tho laying of a cable from this
point to South America, paralleling
tho Western Union cable.
TTIIA. Anc I. Htitamua 19: ntnlnaa Itl
KJUtb rloJ. dra.
OKLAHOMA CITY. AM. - tott miMtnt lit
Oklltiena ai lanognrtl trff taUr tr Ui blbiy
nltrr uwirt gr tat hum bureau wot aiiui
filr: AIti. fair, roufa ,ai bivNl U!i'itll. fair:
farnnl' rood; fbmitali. rni, Ibgticii tfuitf; fberAf,
I-n): filctariia, fairs (Imlliul, tilI Clinton,
tn rtlhrr rMih: patx dlr, haa , food; pjarto, falj
pvraot, fair; Kl IMia, M: Kale, t7 Twl
Bmllh. Aril, fair, reufh la plvn; Krll.-I, (null
C.i7, cord; Outlirla, trot, JlaaUniv. wd but oUi
Ui&arL rl: llabtafll), fad, rough la plana; lluf,
fool; Ualen, frvl. Uiwttfri d'tlrl MrAlratrr, fair;
tOuiia diMr; Miami, tod; Nnilrk, fair: Netlm,
Kan., imt; ealahoma rur. fmli rwry, Tunra
litf, cwdi Potno, rirrllrntj rnrratl, fiod; Bran,
fimlmtl tUoulra. fwll Sarf. foot; Htiavntt. fort,
rouft) Io aom. flutit TatlMiuah. fMdi Tala, tirr
troll I'nlaa (Hf, (wi; Haorlka, tjJ; YtlrblU, Ken.,
I'jul; TUlr, iwd.
Tafaii tMil fMita.
ttjca dub Isiicfieoo, krroad rratauraat, ll-.tS,
X.unth Punrlor Tea Itnom Today tiUa.
sally ciKl; ajCtllaal aarvKo. Adtr,
in Oil Output
WorM'a Capital Ilurnu.
WASHINGTON, Aug. 4. Ok
Inhomn Increased Its lea( a tho
premier oil producing state In
June, official government flgurss
out today shuwed. Thn figure
for the three leading states for
Juno went- Oklahoma 9,177,000
barrels, California 8,190,000 and
Teies 7,684,000 barrels.
Tha dally average producUon in
Oklahoma was 302,507 barrels,
Tho big Increase In Oklahoma Is
Increasing the stocks In tho na
tion, the geological survey said.
COX IS CERTAIN
Sounds Battle Call From
Roped Arena at Pic
nic at Dayton.
PREPARED FOR BATTLE
"Will Bo Considerable Fight,"
Nomineo Warns Triumph
to Bo n
DAYTON, Ohio, Aug. 4.A fight-
lng message to dctnocr.iM nnd re
publicans wni glvon by Governor
Cox, the former's presidential nonv
lne, In an address today at B. local
Speaking from a roped nrena for
boxing event on th plcnlo program
Governor Cox, avoiding definite Is
sues, declared ho would carry the
offensive In "a considerable fight"
for which he predicted success. In
cldcntally, ho promlied that hi ad
dress next HatunlSX..laj:crptlna;( fh.
prrsinrniiai sianuaru count us un
derstood "even by school children,'
Itendy for light.
"Roy," I'm ready for the fight,"
he declared to the cheering plaudits
of several hundred momher nf the
Clem City Democratic club of this
"Wo need make no defense," tho
governor continued, "Our1 will be
tho offensive fight from the begin
ning to the end, and It will bo a
considerable fight. Make no mistake
about that, I have the faith In me
that there wilt he triumph nf right
principles this fall, which will servo
notlro to republican leader for
years to come. I was nbout to say
that It would he a domccratlo
A I'nrtlsnn Vietnry.
'It wiii ntt bo that. It will not
be n victory In tho pnrlsan sense. It
will be n triumph of the right."
Turning upon hi opponents, the
"We've won before In the same
kind of a fight. Well win again be
cause wero right.
"The opposition hn been good to
us. and the ndvantiiKO that It haa
glv;n will bo recounted in tno stir
ring days ahead of us. The opposi
tion apparently has adopted the
course nf doing what wo farmers
used tn do nf plowing around the
Mump, nf seeking to avoid tho
things thnt perplex,
It is tno opnpsitinn. ex
pediency pure rind simple. They at
tempt to nptvnl'to this group, thnt
group and other groups, without the
sllahtest consideration of the great
menace thereby to the perpetuity of
our government, our course is tnc
In prefacing Ills nddrestt, the gov.
ernor said he wns In a sort of a
stmlxht Jacket mentally." becnuso
propriety nnd precedent barred him
today from discussing national Is-
sues, "I must noid my peace until
next Saturday." hn sold, "but I give
you you who have stopd with me
without reservation for so mnny
years that that document next Sat
urday enn bo understood even by the
school children In tho school of
As he cllmbtd Into the boxing
nrena used for the spenKcrs nt me
nlcnle, held a few miles north nf
Dayton, the candidate asked "which
in my corner7"
'Now bring Harding In nnd lieii
he good for Just one round," nn nd
mlrnr shouted whllo tho governor
Governor Cnx thanked tho rlub
mernberjf who had aided htm In "the
rramc" ns he snld. In past political
battles nnd told many reminiscences
of the perference of anyone on Ood'
exnrersed special pride 'in the
fight of the boys nt tho Ban Fran
V sat on 'he other end nf the
wire," he snld, "and saw how effi
ciently you maintained the lines, I
am prouder of thn confidence which
you manifested In thnt great con
ference of free men than I couM be
nf the preferenco of nnyon on God'
"I will bring hack Ihe standard
to you," ho continued, "as clean a
It wnj given me,
'Something tells me that we're
going to win as certain as tho sun
sets In tho western skies, but we.
can't win without standing In solid
formation, I'm ready now for tho
fight nnd I will carry our cause to
the east, west, north and south,
recognizing only the llmHalon. of
Soviet Drive Takes Vic
torious Army Within
62 Miles of Goal.
Bolshevik! Columns Envelop
ing Scat of Government
From 2 Sides at Once.
WOULD CUT OFF SEA ROAD
Would Put Stop to Movement
of Vast Supply of Muni
tions; Reds Boasting.
r.OMON. Aug. E. A wireless dis
patch from Berlin nv thn Ttuiulans
have now advanced to within 33
tnlle of Warsaw on the east and to
within about 40 mile of Imb-rir.
The dispatch adds that thero I panic
in Warsaw nnd that all the able
pooplo are fleeing.
11 Tha Amnclataa l'rara.
1'AIWH. Aug. 4. nolshevlkl forcea
apparently have scorod a great mlll-i
tary victory over the roles who are
reported to have been forced to
abandon the Hug river line and pos-
iiiny will bo compelled to relinquish
According to the latent report:
reaohlng 1'arls, tho Pollilt army for
the tlmo being at least haa gone to'
piece and the bolshevlkl column
aro enveloping Warsaw, almulune
ously from the north and east.
The IJug river line, Poland's
Marnc, ha gone almost without a.
fight, compelling the Pole to make
n rapid ro treat and shorten their
front, which tome of the military
expert believe will be likely to bring
the Poles to the Vistula and San
rivers and Involve the abandonment
of half tho country to the Invaders.
)) Ttia Amoclatad FraaH.
i'ajiih, vitir. 4.t-m "7-ncR mil
iary advHers nt Warsaw havn re
ported to the government hero that
thn prime objective of the bolshovlkl
army operating against the Polea nt
the moment I to cut off the Poliali
sen corridor, Including Danzig,
rather thnn the capture of Warsiiw,
which thoy say would follow sdon
Tho cutting of the corridor would
mean tho severing of the direct rail
road line extending from Damtlg to
Warsaw over which the vat bulk of
munitions for tho Polish army 1
arriving, anil alio tho other rail
roads running from Dating into i'o
land, Tho boUhevlkl cavalry waa lcs
than SO mile from this railroad last
Tho exoerts added thai the bonne-
vlkl ate boasting that they will offer
tho territory of the Polish sea cor
ridor to Oermany as tho bolshevlkl
do not recognize the troaty of Ver
Ily The Amor latad Praam. .. .
WA11HAW. Aug. 4. Tho TollSh
rovernment today replied to tho Itus.
slun soviet government, agreeing to
meet representative of thn bolahs
vlkl at Minsk as Boon as I fealbo,
This decision was reached after an
all-day sitting of tho council or de
fence nnd tho alllod mission. It Is
posslhlo tho Pollh delegation will
depart for Minsk Thursday.
Russian Soviet Agrees
to Lithuanian Demands
COPKNIlACJAN, AUg. 4. The
Itustan soviet government haa agreed
to tho Lithuanian demand for the
evacuation of Vllna, according to
private advice received here, ThI
ogreemont 1 made on condition that
the Lithuanians place tho railway
material necessary for evacuation
nt tho disposal of tha commander of
the soviet fourth army.
MOSTON. Aug. 4, llxamlnntlon
of two tiatlcnts at the state leper
colony on Pontkcz Island, who have
been undergoing treatments with
Chamulfo, oil, a product of un East
Indian fig tree, has shown unusual
progress toward recovery, although
tho men have not been entirely
cured, according tn a report of tha
New York Life
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