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TULSA DAILY WOULD, THUKSDAY, AUGUST 12, 1920
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CO.NTWVW) FRI'M PA OH flMR.
nn ponalMe Hit upimrtiiiiily to ro and
liwir from tlitlr nun lmjirMlonn nf
Din mun tliny rc to vntt' fur. In
thin lunnorilon, dm, ll In inly trunk
ncm to iy Hit th" nn-nt iimjiirlly
Of tlm nrwitwiirm till iillghoilt llir
country hi owmd or i-oiitntlleil liy
in mi nf fillHtf .1 with lli republican
inrty. It In. tliPri'fnrf, ilniilily upoi'B
rnry for nn lo prwnt our view ami
our nlniK In p'iion.
Scit IIIk Pi-oWi'Iiim.
"Thin Innil of our In nf (inch
pliynlrnl mnvnltuilr, linn i"o innny
illffnt'-nl klniln of pruliUins In ilir
fcrolit kliuld of I'liiuin, that thop
wlio inny Iip rnlloil on lo Mi'rrhn nn
tloiml pmvem of itovirnliin own It to
tliimnlvin tij Btuily, nnil to nlmly In
no fnr ill pnwllili' nt flit Imnd Hi"
(IUpUIoiih liifuri' tlii'in. If tin1
prulitrniH uri- nnllotm I, nno inimt
lio nntlntinlly mlnclM lo moot
them, nun must innkn nvnry effort
to itrt to Know th I'nltatl Htnli'H.
"I hopo nn thin Jnurnny tu tli" I'n
clflo nml In all mv Hiilmt(iinit trnvi-m
I iihnll lmvo tho oipnrtunlty to tullt
not only to ilcmocnitn. Init nlwi to
tlioso who iiro normally nffllllntiHl
Willi otli'-r purlieu, nnil with tinm
unil wonii'ti wltliimt party uffllla-
tlonn the 'Itnlrpi'iiilont.
Kli'cloinli' lint llrnliiH.
"I do not forfift that tho envcrn
tnont of tln I'Mlteil Mutin In In In
tpnili'il for pvi'ry rltlmm an. I not only
for llmm of oni party fnlth. If
I'vory votor wern rrirlMarml im a
party mcnibi'r and ntiil i-xrluilvoly
an ho win roKlMnri'd, tlirro never
would tin any nun In (milling a ram
pulEU or nil 1'Icrtlon. Tliiuik lir.iviti
lliat tlilia cloctomt" linn braltm and
ldinws hniv to lio them.
'TonlKlit. I wnnt to addrcnn my
Bclf particularly to thone In the hall
who nro dcmoi-mtn. The day la paHt,
except In Die rano of old time, hard
Miell politicians or the case of n few
imrrowly iirejudlced newnpapi'm,
when It Ih either popular or useful
to damn everybody mid evcrylliltu:
eonnecled with th opposition, I
Wllllnnly ncknowlcdirp nud praise, tho
'flno clIlzoiiRhlp which rocs to makn
Up thn rank and ri lo of Ihti repulijl
can party. Mnny millions of votera
nf tho repiihllran ticket nro splendid
Americans, Just as sincere In their
devotion to tho basic principles on
which the nation ntandu as the oilier
millions who vote, tho democratic
ticket. Tlio republican party Is olio
of great traditions, of (treat patriot
Ism, of reat nrcompllNhments, 1
sneak for tho rank and file of that
nartv lml.iv wllh true rcsni t. 1
"llu! for elKliI, yi s, 11 years, a eon
fllct has been rnfliiK wllhln lb it
patty. rsKliiK not so much unioni;
Hie prlvnirs In thn ranks ns ninonx'
those lilnti In rommaiiil, In tho flrsi
elltht years of this ceiitmy, thf ie
pijillrun pmty was In Initio pail un
der true leaders, Inni Vho numbed
v;llh the tlmeM, men who tried to
Interpret the tliollKbt of llin body nf
(be alty for Ilia betli'r irov. ri in nf
Mm coiiritiy from l!0s: to 1112. a
group of oelflsli men stmirlit for their
own nurpnwei with their eyes on the
Krr.und to train coniiol of th" party
machinery Yon know the result II i
Was In this vry elty thai these men.
siirceiled In their purposo It ns
In this Verv rlly that vwim born the
mntnmcnt of protesl Ibst, In the
elections of 1913. received the ma
Inrlly of the votes nf the old repub
lican iiartv TbHt vote wa fMven I"
li gnnt AlnnrleH'i lewder, but It was
even more Ihnti siipimrt or Theodore
l.nonevclt, the Innti ; It was the . olep
'if liinlslenee lint the pirly ronlrnl
be taki n out of th" hands of selfish
men. nf men who had not dlsrovered
thst the world wss moving on
Anionic those In thai i?nr who sup
liortid (lie ancient rlme, who
hurled a bitter slid IiisiiIIIiik nttnek
.It lb" prouresslir leader, was the
present repulillrnn iionillien for the
"Today, elnhl 3'eHr lalnr, thli
same mail and hi" sponsor ' Hie old
K'lanl, show no slrti" of bavins; Uken
to heart th drastic leswm lininht
Ihem st thai tlmo. Once hkhIii we
ee tbrm. with Ihelr yes on llo
ground. iiPinlndflll nf the imti vel ms
prmrrcss ironnd them, wmppeil In
ihelr .Ifhhness. fnnll-flnilln and
bllti-ilv cilth IsIiik, but offerlnif no
real remedies or ronslruetlve pro
liram to meel the tinllonnl .:nd Inter
inillonal problems we fnee today.
"I need tint Kit Into details of the
cmiventjon hire this year I need not
reelie to you lli. remarkable ilorn
menl which flnallv emerned labelnl
'Tfle It.ipiibllemi I'laforni ' I need not
irfer lo the plank 11 mysterloulv
mllald. Hut I ask you to read thai
it,, rutin i t. ami to read tin di mo-
crallc plnlforni and In make up voor
own minds. I will abide wlllitiKly by
"The democrat e party nrrera lint
rlunur. but "the" cl.ane. Its
ntatform pledues n deflnlto proKram
of con"' rnctlve of mensnt'es, not a
hndsc-nndKo of vaeiie enmlirnmlses:
II definite fnrelur, ttnllcy for Imme
diate and poimnmnt. peace, not an
nn.lof Inril oiventloii or new rind uti-
wnrHiible Hcheinei n pledpe Hint the
r-ifeiMiard of worklii'x men uln.
winner, alreadv n enmpllshed under
democratic Icademhlp shall remain.
not the fear that 'a' republican
ham?.' wMI restore lo power Hie In
"Above all. let Us unite, demo
crats, republicans. liuli pendent
from north and oiilh. enst and west,
to explode rhnms nf partisan liar
lowncs. tr, itrnsp our true lsue. our
true problem with broad vision; lm
insbd on prrr;ri' ami aciion. nui
to work iinrcaslnnlv an In.lUldmls
for tho betterment of our tuition "
Rwltrerland Is ptntitilnir to In
crease Its coal supply by rcopenlm,'
mines abandoned years nuo liecniiso
coal of belter iiuallty could bo Imported.
Secretary of Argiculturo
n XT-.l ! ...
WASHINGTON, AllR. II. llold
ln unfair certain Mtes now belni?
rimmed by Chlcnun cominliislon
houses on co-operative shipments of
livestock, Keerelnry of Agriculture;
Merdllh today surved notlco on tho
lnHrsled parties that new selirdillos
woiibl so Into effect AiiRUst 16. Thn
department seteil under authority of
tho food control ncl, tho announce
Invnsllnllon of rates wns belnK
inmln no eomnlalnts of Dm Ameri
can miclety of equity, seven eotinnls
slop houses niipearinK at iiouriiiK"
held In fhlcimo In April to answer
iiu. lilal,.. inl,.a wers
rhniKSil on livestock In earhils, hav-
Iiik tunre Ibiin one owner, wi.m in
slniile ownership curlots.
"I find," Hciretary Meredith said
111 Ills order today, "tll.it the differ
ent commission rates eharKCil for
m'IIIiik a s'iikIc owncishlp ear ami a
.IiimI ,,u,nn,.li to r r HlirOlld lie tllO
nctunl cost of additional wdKhliiK
Villa Marking Time
Sais (UmzalcH, far
KAJ ANTONIO, Tex., AUK. 11
"Villas retirement to private llfo
Is not In earnest," Oeneral Con
znles said today. "I'ancho Is mere
ly marking tlmo while his men aro
obtaining new supplies and money
from tho government and will
n nl n take tho field."
OonralfM said that he would leavo
for New i'nrk In a few days on
personal biislnoM. llo announced
that hn would not attain etilur
Kansas City Robbers
(let $7,000 in Booze
KANHAH (TIX Aug. 11. High
Jnekers remain on the Job In Kansas
City. Ten barrels of whiskey valued
nt approximately $7,000 wern re
moved from a warehouse here early
today by five mi n who overpowered
.1 W. Thiirman, a nlpht waichm m
Tin- lliior w.is loaded Into a wait
ti g motor trii' k. In whbh the rob
in's made Ihelr r scape.
FELL INTO RIVER
Frank Hiltlcrbrant, Taken By
Police ns Suspect, Ex
TJKTKOIT. Mich,, Aug. 11 Part
of tho mystery surrounding tho
death of Mrs. Margaret Callle, whoso
body was found In tho Detroit rlvor
near Wy.indotto Monday wns cleared
up today whrn Frank Illldcbrant,
:.V arrefleil In connection with tho
cose, told police that Mrs. Colllo fell
Into the river from his motor boat.
Illldcbrant said ho met tho woman
In tho company of her brother-in-law,
Krcil llulgatp. Hunday afternoon
In ix drinking ptaco on tho river front
and took her for a rldo on tho river
Toiler he met her ikgaln and took her
1 on the river ngafn nml when tiny
I were about .100 feet from tho shore
..h" lor, hod toiddoitly over the sld" of
, the boat and fell Into tho water
llllderhrant wild ho made no nt-
tempt to rescue tho woman as he j
oulil not swim.
Ho said ho was afraid to report
tho inntter because ho might "get In
Chemists are now making an nn-j
olysls of tho woman's stomach In a I
senrch for possible poison.
FOUR DIE IN TRAIN WRECK
Stockmen ln Iloute lo Market With
Href Aro Killed III llcad-Oii
TOUT WORTH, Aug. 11. Four
stockmen cn route to Fort Worth
with cattle for market were killed
nt midnight Tuesday when two Santa
Fo freight trains collided near Kll
leen, Teias, notio of tho cnttlo were
hurt or even thrown out of cars.
Tho dead arc:
U. M. Illble. Marble Falls; J. II.
Cox, Mano; Harold Harris, Llano;
K. I., l'hllltps, Mnrble Falls.
LIVED JHIGH LIFEj
Worked as Linen Marker
and Occupied .$7.50
Per Day Room.
8T. LOUIS, Aug. 11 How Mr.
Iluth I'nyne, t2. occupied u J 7.50 per
day room In tho Washington Hotel i
whlln she worked as a linen marker i
In h local laurfUry, was revealed with
her arrest here on tho charge of I
passing worthless checks to the cx-1
tent of several hundred dollars,
A young womnn orctiplng at tlO
a day loom nt the ttt.itier Hotel under
the nnme of Miss Hhlr y l',r. ne waa
also nrresteil. The police r aim to j
have Identified them on the fame
women who registered at the Jcffer
son hotel a week ago ns 'Mrs I'm' "
nnd daughter, Norfolk, Vn.," and
pniM d two checks amounting to
130 beforn leaving
Mr l'ayno told tho pollen the
came to 8t Louis about three wooki
ago from New York. Detectives say
they believe the two women nr,
wanted In Kansas City nnd Detroit
tin similar charters.
Offcrx Ilnco TIH,
SCTV YOHK, Aug. 11. Detcctlvo
David Heffcrman testified In Wash
lngton Heights court that when h
asked n waitress In n Lennox nvrnu
restaurant "what was good," sho l.iliVj,
a list of racing tips on hl plat.
Sho was held for court.
The Velvet Touch
fcp.OlriTTM,Tilini t rywkr Tct laraplwi
Jdrtu CiUrUUfurUi,Dpl I MJI4,Mm
Pilot Lcapn From Plane1,
1'Jficajwx iWlhoul Scratch
HAN ANTONIO, Tex. Aug II
lumping from his plane. Lieut.
Tyrus Ileitis of the llMlli aero
squadron at lllpnso, narrowly escap
ed serious injuries 'I'liesii.iy arier- :
mm when th lie Ilnvll.ind pl.inn lie :
was piloting crashed In the earth at j
Sindeison. Texas. Although the ;
Lieutenant Ileitis did not terelve a j
scratch, according to advices from I
Ferris SmiiI J'.'.'JK.l.ril)
OKLAHOMA CITV. Aug 11--
llepresentstlie Scott Fetus' cam- r
pnltrn for the democratic semtorliil fy3.
nomination cost $2,2S3 B0, accord- ar
irg tf, the certlfloato of campaign g
i Xiendlllire filed with the slate f 3S
clocllon board lata today. Heiiatnr , sgi
ThomaH I' (lore's ojpensea woio i a
given as 3.7fi 92. 1
- - .
Heois nxiiln from s very ijc-rflfii1 rent
rirmlDiito Cnurn, whfre I IrnrnM msny SE
lifw sift silfrwiiful wsyn lo tfnflt p?
).e villi truubtes uf the llyo, liar, Kone
slid Tl irnt. ,
nn. Aim i fit r.Mpni:i.i,
737 M.ljo lllilx, (l.iir sins. a
the arropMC or iquai-itv
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