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H I BOLSHEVIK PRISONERS TAKEN BY POLES
;' OFFICERS ND MARINES
INSPECT CHINESE ROAD
V- PEKING July in a train carry
ing tin marines and several American
Brit) h md Japanese office rs ir f h i e
BftfeW -.mlay for the congested section of .he
Hl J'ekinar-Tien Tsln railway.
I' -i There I little change In the mill-
BHI 'ary situation outside Peking, but the
WBm City Itself today was more quiet than
. it has been since the outbreak of fiKht-
4m inc 1. : ih'' .Mini and ChHill f ic-
jty I ' M( STRICKEN
rtJr nA SHANGHAI, July 19. Hankow was
HP2 thrown Into pnni. ?.it urd.i niht by
W -eVf machine J?un battle on the outskirts-
f . oi the city between Atifu troors Of
. ii Kwang Hsln, recently appointed
a military governor of Honan, and forces)
Jk of Wang Chan Yuan, military gover-
nor of Hupeh.
J, 1 The clash occurred over the lm-1
prlsor.nent of Wang Chan Yuan of W u
Ja Kwam Hsin, who I relative of Gen-1
J oral Tuan Chi Tnl on the charge ofj
H attempted assassination.
H When the Wu Kwang Heln troops!
H attacked the city they were met by'
H local forces and repulsed with heavy I
FINANCES OF BOLIVIA
IN SERIOUS CONDITION
jflH. LIMA. Peru, July 21 The new Bo-
Uvlan government probab! will de
claro a thirty-da) moratorium for
banks and commercial houses, accord
jH lng to LaPaz. It is announced that
J American contracts for sanitation
H service in Bolivian cities will bo re-
j&J t peeled, but the proposed negotlationfa !
'IhHJ tor a ten million dollar loan. It Is re-1
Brl ported, will be abandoned
irarlsl The most Banguinary fighting of the
revolution, according to details reach
ing Lima, occurred at Sucre, the capi- j
r"r tol, when republicans waged a street
battle throughout July 12 until they
received news that, the situation wag
hopeless. Twenty persona were kill, d I
in this fighting.
LAFOLLETTE MAY ACCEPT 1
LIBERAL PARTY HONORS
K CHICAGO. July 20 Senator Rob-
Hl ort M I.aKollettc will decide this
l week whether he will be a i mdidate
H for the presidency if nominated on tho
H Liberal party ticket, leaders an
;J nounced tonight.
- A delegation representing the new-
' organized party, which broke aw 13
U from the Committee of Forty-eig
I ere 1 isl v - k, itcd Benal La- '
9 Follctte in Madison, WIS., and aked '
S3 him If he woujd accept the nomlnn-1
N. J,3 tlon, to bo ratified at a mar conven-
. V-JL tlon later, members of the party said I
iWfjNQ The senator, they said, replied h
TWgA. 'ii i I five .- definite aecbion before
WAmB the end of the week"
mHB it was announced that assurance of 1
I Einanolal support wo made to the 1
These photographs, taken on h P lish-Red front by James Hare,
world-famous photographer, shows Bolshevik prisoners taken by tha
Polish troops, Above, Bolshevik officers being taken back by a
Polish guard and, below, Bolshevik prisoners restiug after a long
tramp back from the front.
BLAME FOR SHORTAGE OF
PAPER LAID TO CANADA
ASHEVILLE, N C. July 21 Blame
for much of the shortage of print pa
per in the United States was laid to
Canada by Col. W. E. Hnskill, vicv
president of the International Paper
company, in an address today before
the Southern Newspaper Publishers'
association. He declared there was no
Justification for he measures adopted
by the provinces of Ontario, Quebec
and New Brunswick prohibiting the
exportation or native timber which
had not been manufactured into lum
ber, pulp or paper
These provinces, he said, are able
with proper regulation and fire pro
tection to cut three to four million
cords of timber annually without se
riously Impairing their on supplies.
REBELS LOOT RANCH OF
AN AMERICAN IN MEXICO
LAREDO, Texas', July -U. Mexican
troops commanded by Lieutenant
Colonel Mhruil Martinez entered a
ranch owned by Alfred "Matthews, an
American and commandeered several
horses, other eauipment and clothing, I
according to official Information given
out today. United States Consul
Robertson has reported the Inc ident J
Martinez is said o have threatened;
to hang an American boy named An-
tpnio Trevlno. who lived, on the Mat-:
thews ranch unless he eonfess.-d that!
ho knew about Ricardo Gonzalez, lead-i
or of the rehels who attacked Nuevo
ISiredo. The boy was released and
Martinez Is reported to have departed!
MAY ALLOW BOLSHEVIKI
TO IMPORT GOLD HERE
WASHINGTON, July 20. Restric
tions on the Importation to this coun
try of Russian roubles involving the
I importation of Russian gold, are to
jbe lifted shortly by theUnited States.
J It la understood that tin announce
Imtnt on the subject probably will be
made tomorrow by the state depart
ment Removal of the restrictions is in line.
With tho recently adopted policy of
removing the embargoes on practical -1
1) all trade with Kussla.
Importation of Russian gold, it Is
slated, should faclllatc the develop
ment of trado between the tvo coun
tries. Soviet authorities have contended
that it would not be possible to take
I advantage of the permission to trade
with the United States unless the pri
vilege was granted of making pur
chase with gold. Offer to deposit gold
coin In this country has been made
repeatedly by the Bolshevlki
RUMORED IN THE ORIENT
Constantinople! juiy io (By
The Associated Press ) Greek offi
cials say they have not yet started tho
movement into riental Thrace There
are unverified rumors that tho Greeks
art having clashes with the Bulgar
ian. The Bhelk-uNIslam in the Turkish
cabinet. Durrizalde Abdullah Effendi,
has resigned his office because of his
unwillingness to approve the .signing
of the peace treaty Other cabinet
resignations are expected for the same
reason. The grand vizier, Damad
Perid Pasha, however, Is apparently
determined to sign at any coat
WHITE IS NAMED
Governor Cox Charges Repub
licans Are Raising ''Shock
ing" Campaign Fund
COLfMBUS, O. July 21 Charges
that the Republicans were raising a
campaign fund "auiflclcni to shock)
the sensibilities," wre made by CJov.
ox, I .niocratic presldi nti.il candi
date, in an address to t tie Dl mocratlc
r.stlonal committee which perfected
organization for tii( I ampaign
The Democrats, Gov. Cox declared,
will insist upon continuation of the
senatorial Investigation of campaign
icollectlons and expeditures and also
1 will make frequent and detailed ac
1 ountlngs of their finances. The Dem
ocratic platform, he declared. Is "a
promissory note." which will be paid
in full. He closed his address with a
prediction for a November victor j
Governor Cox's address, together
With brief supporting remarks by
1 ri :iklln D Roosevelt, his running
mate, followed election of Qeorge h
White, former congressman, of Mari
etta, Ohio, as chairman of the Demo-
itlc national committee and .niin
ager of the part campaign. He suc
ceeded Homer s. Cummlngs of Con
necticut, who has served toi is months
land who desired to be relieved for
"thei campaign duty. Edmund II
toore, hlo national committeeman
declined the chairmanship for per
sona reasone and made possible Mr.
White's election by resigning from th
committee and giving waj to him
LEFT TO WHITE.
Much of the campaign details were
i'.ft to Chairman White. He was au
thorlzed to appoint a special sub-com-mlttee,
probably of 16 members
Th- candidates and the new chair
men tentatively ehoBs Saturday, Aug
uct 7, for notifying Governor Cox of
Ills nomination at his home, Trails
End,' at Dayton.
Tho following Monday, August 9,
v. as selected for similar ceremonies
fo.' 'ir Roosevelt at his homo at
Hyde Dark. N. Y.
Governor Cox's statements regard
ing Republican campaign funds and
bis pledge of Democratic conduct were
in a half-hour addre;,
' Wo, however, purpose to deal with
eminent good faith with the electorate
with reference to platform pledges,"
said Governor Cox, who was cheered
"We mean to let every man and
woman understand where every dollar
cornea irom una or wnat purpose III
1 is spent. Wc not only urge that as a
matter f high principle, but In order
I to guarantee the triumph of our cause.
"Wc do not want publication of ex
penditures after election. We want
the voters to be fully advised as to1
overy circumstance of the collection 1
and expenditure of funds In order that
they may understand thut when De
mocrao continues its duty, it assumes
ll without any obligation except the
conscience God gave us.
"Let us make up a budget that will
carry the fullest details, render an
accounting weekly or monthly.
' And more than that. We shall in
sist on the senatorial committee in
vestigating campaign funis continuing
islon until the ballots have been;
closed in November."
"You all know full well," Goernor
Cox continued, "that a campaign fundi
sufficient to stagger the sensibilities
of the nation is now being formed. If'
they belleo that is proper, God speed I
them In their enterprise. It will te
ne of our chief assets In the cam
paign" Wr enter the campaign not hope-j
I'olly." he said, "but in the absolute
confidence of victory, because we de
lervt to win We are confident be
1 use we have fought tor progress
and we havo met and conquered re
action before. The stronghold hefore
us Is not new to us. Nor is ther any-
thing new In the antagonist before us,
(Senator Harding. the Republican
candidate) magnificent gentleman
that he a, our friend and neighbor.
In 1911 he fought for tho cause of
reaction. Wo won because we stood
for progress. And we shall win again.
vt BE TO PEOPLE.
"I shall carry the cause to the peo
ple." said Gov ( ox In conclusion "We
are not ashamed of the doctrines we
proclaim. I assure them that as God I
gives me strength I will Justify the1
confidence thut has been reposed in
Mr. Roosevelt, referring to Gover
nor Cox's statemont regarding cam-
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False Claims. I
WE hope there is no Mother who thinks she can treat her sick baby without i
calling in a Physician, or with remedies that she uses for herself.
Most Mothers know that Baby requires remedies especially prepared for I.
babies, yet there are some who think that what is good enough for them is good
enough for Baby and it is to these Mothers we appeal to give nothing to their
babies that is not specially prepared for babies or recommended by their Physician. I
False claims may kill, but false claims can never restore your child.
For over thirty years Fletcher's Castoria has been aiding in the reduction I
of the deaths among infants as Mothers have become more and more acquainted
with it. Always keen it in the house. 1
RPSl Children Cry For I
I t Contents lHuid Praetor. jH
' '.5" ALConoiT-d rEH "centT jgl Wtf R V J 1 Q BsBsmK I
Ac'tabl?rrcpirauonfofM-; JK JH ,, t(Jt MpaW mM M n ff B ilf t
& m 'j, s.m.inl.rlhcFood by Ru;v g55?SSSS
iiifejDEI Mothers Must Use Care.
-i'Aa j T JTorjvjn Dr0c5on Why do we so often call your attention to imitations of Fletcher's I
5& n ' ChCre 1 tss and Rest Contains' Castoria? Because it is a baby's medicine and imitations are alwaya A
' ;f nctowOpiiini.Morpliinenor; dangerous, particularly imitations of a remedy for infants.
i 't " :Y Mineral- Not Nakc otic Your druggist may not keep an imitation but they are to be found
jji'; ( yctXdPshh'LZifTnMR , on drug-store shelves. Reliable druggists think only of the w'lfare
?.o5 4n ta-t1' I of their customers. The other kind only of the greater prone to bo
'?, U kuihsju J made on imitaiions. I
i-i 3 F I -g!. ut ) Your own judgment teUs you that Fletcher's Castoria having for
! j inrm w 1 ' over thirty years at great expense held up its reputation, must jeal-
cr-i :. ftPw ' I ously guard it. Then, it follows that this company must use the very L
h'A f-'l '7tv rvfbr ' est material. Must employ experts in the selection of the herbs. it
ConMipaSSn aSd DiirrMM. Must retain skiUed chemists in its manufacture. j
M'f, nn,i Fvrisncss and ( Your same erood iudcrment must teU vou that these irresoonsibla
i'v;v Loss of SltEPT , imitators are trading on your credulity and the reputation built up
jy InsulUnttfroranjman ; by Mr Fletcherj durillg yearS) for his Castoria. j
IIP TmSS- i GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Exact Copy of Wrapper. j
r THr CENTAUR COMPANY, NEW YORK CITY. ,
palirn funds, suild tho Democrats would I
"luy all the curds on the table. In
cluding campaign funds."
"I hope the other parly will sc not
only the wisdom but the good Amer
ican spirit In not hldlinr its light un
der a bushel," said Mr Roosevelt, who
had returned to Washington.
The goernot and Mr. Roosevelt
praised the services of the retiring I
Ohftirman, Mr Cummlngs, tho former i
stutlnp that Mr Cummlngs' speech at
San FranclSCO, If read by every voter
would make a campaign unnecessary,
Mr. A hitc said he would announce
his campaign plans later and urged
united pa ty assistance.
'In this campaign, " said the new
chairman, "men and not dollars are
going to count Democracy Is n-t on
the defensive but ready to charge
against the enemy."
The. new chairman was assistant to
Mr. Moore in Governor Cox's conven
tion campaign. His home Is at Mari
etta, which district he represented In
congress for three terms.
Mr White was born and reared in
r:imlru, N'. Y He graduated from
Princeton University, while President
Wilson was a professor.
Entering the oil business, Mr White
has amassed a comfortable fortune in
oil drillings, but previously he found
gold in the Klondike.
Mr White today said ho was a
"dry" on prohibition affairs
In electing Mr White chairman, the
national committee re-elected nil
other officers. Including Wilbur Marh
of Io'a, treasurer. The committee
also added Miss Charles Williams of
Tennessee to the vice chairmanship.
J. J. Hughes, lies Moines, Iowa, was
elected sergeant at arms.
DIAMOND STARS FORM
COLUMBUS, O., July 19 In an
effort to chalk up scores on the politi
cal diamond, the Cox-ltooscvelt league
of professional baseball players was
Ini orporated today, prominent base
ball stars simultaneously sending Gov
ernor Cox a message of support. The
incorporators were Jako Daubert. Ivey
Wineo. and I'd Kousch, of the Cincin
nati Reds; Walter J. Maranvllle, Bos
ton Nationals, C. D. Stengel. Philadel
phia Nationals and Ivan B. Olsen
Brooklyn Nationals Mr. Daubert was
GENERAL GONZALES 1
OBTAINS HIS RELEASE j
MEXICO CITY. July 20 General
I'ablo Gonzales, former candidate for fe
the presidency, charged with being the uH
leader of the abortive revolution in VI
the state of Nuovo Leon, has been I
unconditionally set free by order of !
Genera) Calles. the war minister, as H
no longer constituting a peril to tho H
administration, according to official
announcement this afternoon. I
The text of the order for General
Gonzales' release, telegraphed by Gen
oral Calles to General Manuel Peres,
Trevlno, chief of ' military operation
in the state of Nuevo Leon, where Gen H
era Gonzales was in custody, says.
"Referring to your message that the
court martial had declared Pablo Gon-
s guilty of resorting to rebellion:
Since the government considers It
elf sufficiently strong, being support
ed by public opinion with regard to
the integrity of Its proceedings, and
Idoes not tear that Gonzales will con
Itlnue to b.. a peril to tho stability of
lis administration, you will therefore
, pet hliu absolutely at liberty. The na
jtlon already has pronounced its Inex
orable Judgment on this matter."
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