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PEACE WITH LEAGUE
Formally Accepts Vice Presidential
TAMMANY BRAVES ON HAND
4Attaboy, Frank, Hit Him Again,"
Yells Crowd at Attack on G. . 1.
Hyde Park, N. Y. Aug. 9.-Before
a crowd of several thousand persons
who stood for nearly two hours un
der a sweltering August Sun, Frank
lin D. Roosevelt gave an address for
mally acceptinig the Democratic nomi
nation for Vice Presidet'A here today.
Ho urged ratification of the peace
treaty, "which to make it a real peace
niust include a league of nations."
I 'The league of nations," he as
serted, "is a practical solution of a
practical situation. It is no more
perfect thati our original Constitu ion,
which has beeni amended eighteen
times and will soon, we hope, be
almenl(led the nineteenth, was per
feet. It is not anti-national, it is anti
"Through it we may with nearly
every other duly constituted govern
ment in the whole world throw our
noral forco ajndl our potential power
to, the se:de of peace. That such
l object should be contrary to
IAmerican policy is unthinkable; but if
there he any citizen 'ho has honest
fears that it may be perverted from
its plain intent so as to conflict with
our established form of government,
it will he simple to declare to him andl
to, other nat ions that the Constitution
of the United States is in every way
Sent at Family of League.
"Today we are offered a seat at the
table of the family of nations to the
end that smaller peoples may be truly
safe to work out their own destiny
We shal Itake that place. I say sC
because I 'ave faith-faith that this
nation has no selfish destiny. Faith
that our people are looking into thc
years beyotnd for better things and
that they are not afraid to (1o thei
, Referring to domestic issues, MV
Roosevelt urged extension of teachinp
to the illiterate, strengthening of th<
immigration laws to exclude the phy
sically and mortally unfit, highe sal
aries to government employes, fur
ther protection of child life and womet
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it to th
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rLfi6d and Refined from All
Objectionable Effects. "Calo- A D
tabs"-the New Name,
I What wIl hunnut ingenuity (10 next? .
Smokeless powder, wireless telegrapiy,
horseless carriages, Colorless iodine, taste
less tuinine,-now comlles nau1tseless calo
mel. The new improvement called "Calo
tabs" is now on sale it drugstores.
For biliousness, constipation and indi
gestioni ti new caloinel tablet i a p lae
ticaly perfect remedy, as evidenced by
the fact that the manufacturers lave au
thorized ill druggists to refund the prea
if the customilr 19 )ot "perfectly delighted"
with Calotabs. Ond tablt at bedtime with
a swallow of water-tutf's all. No taste,
no nausea,n 110 griping, no s1dts 1By morn
ing your liver is thoroughly cleansed ami(
y'ou are feeling fine, withi a hearly appe
tite4 Eat wvhat you please--no dantiger-go
ab)out your business.*
Calotabs are not sold it hulk. Get an
origimal package, sealed. Price, thIrty
in industry and reorgan izaio of
govern mental m ach inery .
TIhe c'eremnieis were helid at Sprir -
wvoodl ,thie IRoosevelt ancestral estate,
at 3 o'clock this a fternoom. Mr. Rotise
v'el t spoke froim t he front veraiida o)f
lo s home, wthich was gaily udectra ted
wihAmrican flags. Momier S. 'im..
m inigs , formnerIti chi rmtan of the I ..mo
era tie tntiontal committee, whot die
Iliveredl thle formal address of noti
fication and miembers of the not i fea
ion comm iiitt ee anid guests occuipijed
seats near t Ihe speakers.
P romi inenI Al en l'rese*nt.
Setretatry of the Navy D~aniels, G 'v
ernor Smith, ChIairman Geoige Wh~ itt,
of flhe D~eimoiratic national eonuittet(;
Williami G. Mlc~doo, formier Secretariy
of the Tlreasuiry; Norman~o l'. tack,
Deocwra tic nia t ial connniiit iilnm
fromt Newv York; former Governor0
Martin If. Glynn and A bramo 1. E.lkus,
former anmbassadlor to Turkey, wereI
amnong the prom iient nat ional I ando
State figurles who at tendiedl the extr
One of the uniique features of the
celebration, wias the piresence oif at
Tla mmany delegat ion oif 5t00jo incl
ing 150 women, who arrived on a
spiecial traini from New York. (Chariles
F 1. Murphy, Tlammany c'hitfta in, sent
word that he wvas unale to attfend
butt many of hiis l ieutenants were oni
handl. Mr. Rotosevel t's ear ly pol it ilI
succetss are a tt ributed by Ihis frienids
toi his opposition to Tammnany hut ap
paren tly past dIifferentces wvere* forgot.
nlay ini t he desire to present, at
tunitedl front in thie conuni g Citmpa111ign.
Mr'. Roosevelt closely followed his
manu1tscr'i pt and( was l istenedl to' withb
intern" interest. Ihis declaration that
the wari was only half won wvith the
victory of the armed forces, and tht
he looked forwvard to ''the initerna
tionail settlement wvhich will make It
unnecessary to send again two mil- $
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acros sthe sea," was greeted ARCIIBISii
dong led cheers. re Crowd
Sarently enjoyed his attack 1.ondon, )ug
'publican Senators, frequently Prcss.)-Fo ir
ing him with such expressions closed in on u
boy, Frank, hit him again," rying Archbish
" "that's the stuff" and "give lia, from the
!m strong." Trish Coast in
FRTJSE IN THE TIMES destroyer Wiv
On account of my' health th<
leave, and1 I will be0 away fr'om
the case we will he comlfledHC
('rturn'f, which I 1hope to be0 not
t ime we expect to again offer'
others as a medium of excha
IUtil Mr'. M~vusser's return I
(ails for Hog Cholera wor'k ar
is doing this wvork andl is occui
It has been1 a leasurel1 for 1
you, which we 1ho1) and exp)ect
Agrric-nltual Ag-ent, ITIonma
Let a osted bottle of spark
m circles around that thirsty feeling,
Jug a ong trail of &nile8 and contentm
With no bad after effeck.
i0 iN ENGANDi Yua tie lectives, went aboard and
- -placed the archbishop under technical
9-(By the Associated arrest. They escorted. the prelate,
British destroyers with his secretary, the Rev. Albert
A:tvamer Baltic, cr- Vaug11, to a destroyer which
op Mannix, of Austra- stealed toward Fishguard, where or
United States, oty the ders had been given to land the arch
he early hours of this bishop.
the commander of the A wirless1c\ " from the adinuitalty how
ern, with two Scotland ever, reached thI enroute, with in
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Banik has given me an etne
the Bank for sometime, this being
.0 discontinuie this columnii until my
later than September 1st, at which
this column to the Farmers and
he Bank will be glad to hake all
d1 turin them over to Dr'. Wood who
pying my ofhee.
ot~h the Bank and myself to serve
to continue to (do.
C. A. Mc(F'AI)DDIN,
stIuct ions ito Ir'oceed to Penlzalnce, at
the extreme southwesterly tip of Eng
land. The arihbishop was landed
there this afternoon. ie was accom
panied by a representative of' Scotland
.Yard to the Ioite of Canon Wade and
afterward took the night train for
Thus the question of the landing
place of Archbishop Mannix, whieb
for many days has been under dicus
sion of Irishmen everywhire, as wid)
as the public in gei i, \vn an
WILI CONSTR'CT COAL
r ..-It is reported
tht. V\ire-inianl Railway has taken
optiont.s on thyp 1 'u-ms, e'ndacing a
Itotal of tbuwt threte bluiit'' d (
on the west sido of Inupton JuL:
muuoth, ,for the pur'pose of otruin
imaute cost. of one miillion dollars, to
take care of the ratpidly incr'ieasing'
coaI shtiipmtents arrtivinig int this pot
fot' ex port and~( coast wise I rade.
.Th rioualo it vtr rsidit i ne- 'a nu
will herebyh t -ik' not ice' that antve
day,.\ Atrtt- othh, 1I20 for thle pr
whet'r eid >ihul liist rict shaill lI
ii lh'iittinnuly au fuirther' spia
m. to . m. ,~ liy n - if thi ('u
t y liourd of l.:nl t i n.
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