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VNCLE SAM'S DEBT
According to the report of the Treasury Depart-
ment, the public debt is:
Total Bonds tlfi.200,000,000
Treasury Certificates ....... . . . . 4.200,000,000
Non-ln teres t Bearing Debt 1.100,000,000
Total .124,200,000,000 I
Now Near at 'Hand
. . Practically all of tha delegates tothe Republican National Con
venttgn, 'which raeets at Chicago on June 8, hare now been chosen.
The" proliralnary contests, as between candidates for the nomina
tion t hare been marked by a keen rivalry and ft tense spirit born of
the ftenvral feeling that an overwhelming victory is surely forthcoming
In November. Popular pre-coavenUon interest Is aroused to an ex
traordinary degree and undoubtedly the gathering at Chicago will be
the greatest In- the party's history.
Uncertainty attaches to the nominations two weeks before tke
date fixed. Primaries have not clearly pointed to the Identity of the
standard-bearer. It is evidently to be an open-minded convenUen
In the sense that a large percentage of the delegates will be unlaw
structed or uncommitted when they take thfrlr seats and open to eon
vlotlon as to choice.
... T1 few cptions. the pnnlarles have sot bee. altogether
Illuminating In results. Experience In the preliminary campalga has
demonstrated, In the opinion of close students of the political condi
tions, tho need of .a uniform primary system and' a movement toward
that end doubtless will follow this quadrennial struggle.
The numbor of contested delegations, almost wholly from the
south, promises to be much smaller .than In former years. On May
81 tho national committee will meet at the Coliseum, Chicago, to take
up theso contests for presentation to the committee on credentials of
All tho detailed arrangements for tho convention, under tho direc
tion of Committeeman A. T. Hart, chairman, ore well In hand.
Throughout tho country tho prevailing sontlmont is that this Is a,
Ropubllcan year and that the era of incompetence, lnofflcloncy aha
collo88al wasto, so demoralizing to tho publio wolfaro of tho nation,
will bo brought to an end on March 4, 1921, j
Tho uniformity of reports from different states tolling of an
oxtromoly light voto In tho Democratic primaries continues to bo
Tho unanimity with which Democrats in Congress fall to rise to
defend tho administration's courso In respect to sugar is not without
House Democratic Icadors are diligently engaged in trying to block
bonus legislation for tho soldiers and not get caught at It.
It will not oscapo notlco that when tho Sonato was about to toko
U tho bUl for a woman's bureau In tho Department of Labor, Its con
sideration was prevented by Senator King of Utah, ono of the Demo
It would nt least bo Interesting to know Just how far an alien of
tho extremist and red typo could go in this country nvlthout winning
tho disapproval of Assistant Secretary of Labor- Louis Post.
Now, It Is announced tho'Dopartment of JubMco Is going to try to
curb speculation in ougar. In view of whafTtho attornoy gonoral did
with Louisiana sugar prlcea, tho average citlzon may bo pardoned for
viewing this bolatcd announcement with scepticism.
This sosslon of Congress will savo tho country nbout a billion and
a half. Tho recent extra session of tho present Congress saved It ap
proximately tho same sum. A saving of $3,000,000,000 In expenditures
In loss than a year's timo Is a record breaker In economy.
Ono thing quite plain about tho clash botween Atty. Con. Palmer
and Assistant Socrctary of Labor Louis Post over tho policy as to
deportation of reds la that both cannot bo right. If Post's courso
was justified, thon IPnlmor's courso has been a bluff. If- Palmer's pro
ceduro was right and wise, then Post should be succeeded by somo- ,
Sugnr reflnors nro said to sco little prospect of a decllno In sugar
prices. Thoy dou'btloss nro awnro how little will bo dono to rcduco
prices by an administration that permitted tho sugar Interests In
Louisiana to doublo tholr figuros on tho excuse that they had had half
n crop and thercforo ought to got twico as much.
About two months nftcr tho now railroad bill becomes a law and
tho Intorotato commorco commission Is enlarged, tho president maTps
appointments to tho commission This Is nt a tlmo when It la of tho
utmost Importance to tho country that tho commission function to Its
utmost. It Is a further illustration of tho way tho public business is
buffering in Washington
President Wilson scorns to bo getting results from tho referendum
on his lenguo covenant sooner than ho expected. Massachusetts Demo
crats took a wallop at the Wilson cdvemuit, Georgia took another, Ne
braska sustains Bryan in fighting the uncompromising stand of the
president and California speaks out adversely to tho league
"I CANNOT SING THE OLD SONGS"
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She "You're long on talk and very short on results."
BILLION-DOLLAR FOOD HOARD IN CHICAGO
Horo is an approximate estlmato of tho value of tho food
stuffs held In warehouses and hidden In other places In Chicago
mado after a careful investigation by trained nowspapormon.
Bunar ,,,-..-.. I 76,000,000 Hams and bacons J0.000.000
CoRoo 100,000,000 Rice 80,000,000
ebbs 60'2'S! Hut8 ..........." 12-2M2
Tea 75,000,000 Buttor and .buttorlne. 60,000,000
Pork (frozen, plckloa) 60,000,000 Raisins, dried fruits.. 16,000,000
Choose ' 25,000,000 Flour 100,000,000
Boef (frozon, pickled) 30,000,000 Frozen chlckonn, tur- ...
Canned ffoodn 70,000,000 keys, other fowls.. 15,000,000
Milk icannod) 20,000,000 Miscellaneous food
Candy 25,000,000 stuffs 200,000,000
Frosh fruits and voge-
tablos 10,000,000 Total ......... 11,000,000,000
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lion. L. O. Dyer
Ho is tho author of tho resolu
tion Introduced In tho House call
ing for an Investigation of tho in
creased prices of keroBone, gaso
line and. fuel oil. Mr Dyer is a
tnombofyof the House Judiciary
Committee of tho House and an
Mr.Dyor is from Missouri and
was elected to tho Slxty-Socond
Congress, recolved a certificate of
election to tho next Congress, but
wn unseated by a Democratic
body in tho House at that time,
and has been ro-clocted to tho
3lxty-Fourth, Sixty-Fifth and Sixty-Sixth
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B. F. Ladd, president of tho
North Dakota Collego of Agricul
ture, defeated Senator Oronnn of
North Dakota for tho nomination
and now Ropubllcan? and Demo
crats nro wondering where ho will
lino up in tho Senato if elected.
Ho is backed by tho Nonpartisan
"America docs not proposo .
to hold aloof, chooses no IsoIa I
tloa and shuna no duty, bnt we
arrogate to ourselves tho keep
ing of tho American continent
and ovcry concept of our moral '
obligation. It is very practical
to mako sure our own house is J
In perfect order before wo at
tempt tho mlrado of old world
"Americanism really began
when, robed in nntioiinllty, tho ;
American Republic blazod tho
trail of representative popular
government. Representative .
democracy was proclaimed jtho
safe ngency of lilghest human
freedom. Tho Federal Consti
tution is tho very baso of
Americanism, tho ark of tho
covenant of American liberty,
tho very temple of equal rights.
Tho Constitution docs a,bldo
and over will so long as tho
"Let us hesltato before wo
surrender tha nationality (which
Is tho very soul of highest
Americanism. This Repabllo
has never failed humanity bop
endangered civilization," c I
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Hon. Louis T. McFnddcn
Who Is serving his sixth term
In tho Houeo of Representatives.
He Is tho ranking majority mom
ber of the Houso Committee on
Banking and Currency and la
slated for tho chairmanship of this
Important committee to succood
Chairman Edmund Piatt of New
York, whom tho President has
nominated a mombor of the Fed
oral Roservo Board.
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