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NOT GOING TN BE PINK
TEA FIGHT SAYS COX
"Who Is it That's Squealing," Says
Governor in Commenting on
Criticism of His Attack
on G. O. P.
TALKS BEFORE FARM BOYS
"Never Be a Snob, Reach Out Your
Hand to All," Says Democratic
St. Paul Sept. 6.-Governor Cox
worked a full holiday today on what
he termed his "pilgrimage to the Pa
cific coast." The Democratic candi
date ne)de several speeches viewdd ex
hibits at the Minnesota State. Fair,
where he drove a race horse around
the track, attended several receptions
and went tonight to Minneapolis to
close his Minnesota visit with an.other
Metal and Composition Shingles
Red Cedar Shingles
Pine and Cypress Shingles
Doors, Sash and Blinds
Porch Columns and Balasters
Beaver Board .
Valley Tin And Ridge Roll
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30 x3%/ Gioody
Two extensive and. several minor
speeches were made by Governor Cox.
He addressed at the fair grounds what
was said to be a record crowd for
Minnesota and spoke to a large gath
ering later at the auditorium.
Agriculturali and labor question
were the Governor's Labor Day sub
jects it. the fair grounds, and the
league of nations that of his public
meeting here tonight.
A statement that he favored applica
tion of the principle of self-determina
tion to Ireland was made at the latter
meeting by the candidate in response
to a question from a man in his
"If elected President," he was asked,
"will you recognize the Irish erpublic?
Draws Loud Applause.
"I am in favor of the application
of the principle of. self-determination
in Japan, in China, in Persia, iN Tur
key and in Ireland," was the Govern
or's reply after several pasages with
his inquisitor and a preliminary state
Terra Cotta Thimbles
Motar Colars and Stains
Water Proofing Mineral
Corrugated Metal Roofing
Asbestos and Composition Roofing
Wire Fencing, Iron and Wood Post
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ment. The reply drew loud applause
and ended interruptions. The Govern
or preceded his reply with A staterrent
that the armistice was based on Pres
ident Wilson's "fourteen points,". in
cluding that of self-determination and
that article X would protect weak na
tions from external aggression---"bul-.
lying attacks 6f stronger nations," he
inid. He added that nations should
be builded from "racial groups rather
than mountains and rivers."
The league 'was advocated by~th'e
Governor in his auditorium audience,
to which he was ntroduced by Mayor
L. C. Hodgson, Democrate guberna
torial candidate, as a prerequisite to
"It is the salvation of France, Aus
tria, England and Germany," he d4
clared, repeating his pleas for dis-.
armament and denouncing separate
peace with Germany which - Senator
Harding, his Republican opponent, the
Governor declared, advocates "in plain
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Governor Cox declared that "big
business was trying to elect the can
didate of the Senatorial oligarchy" and
commented on loral newspaper cri
ticisms of his attack on Republican
campaign contributions, stating that
the paper had taken exceptions to his
"getting a little rough," the Governor
"Who is it that's squealing? The
,same crowd that's fought a sick man
on a sick bed in the White House for
a year. This is not going to be pink
ten fight nor a pillow contest; I in-.
tend to deal in plain words and not
in the meaningless and ambiguous
words that have characterized the Sen
atorial oligarchy up to the present."
The Governor reiterated that he was
not making a partisan campaign. He
accused the Senatorial oligarchy" of
having "stolen' 'the Republican organi
zation and appealed to the rank and
file of the Republicans together with
independents ,to vote their "intelli.
The Governor was welcomed with
frequent applause during his addresses
and other activities here, as he trod
through the State fair buildings and
also when he swept around the track
in a sulky guiding Peter Nash, the
thoroughbred 2.10 1-2 chestnut in a
workout. The Governor swept down
the home stretch at top speed while
cheers rang from the grandstand.
Accepts Prize Winning Picture.
During his visit to the State fair.
Governor Cox was presented the pic
ture "October Day in Minnesota," by
Knute Heldner, of Minneapolis, which
wo nthe gold medal. Accepting the
picture, Governor Cox said:
"I accept the picture with the condi
tion precedent that it will be %. *b
lished in the east room of the k.ite
In a short address to Minnesota
farm boys, the Governor talked about
hog sand his early days on the farm.
He told the boys "Never be a snoL.
eRach out your hand to all."
The twin cities were the farthest
Western points ever visited by the
Governor, who never had been West
of the Mississippi river heretofore. B is
party was augmented here by W. Jett
Lauck, an economist sent by the Den
ocratic national committee to assist
ri the price
Address of Senator E. D. Smid
to the People of South
I wish to express to the voters of my State my heart
felt appreciation of the generous support given me in
the election last Tuesday. I received more than 20,000
votes over my nearest opponent, and came within a
very few votes of a majority.
The issues before the people are clear cut.
Three powerful interests are endeavoring to bring
about my defeat.
FIRST, The cotton exchanges on account of the leg
islation I had passed fixing it so that they could no
longer deal in fictitious cotton, and exploit the real cot
tor of our real farmers.
SECOND, the whiskey interests desire my defeat so
as to advertise to the world that South Carolina is re
pudiating her stand on prohibition.
THIRD, the great financial institutions of Wall
Street oppose me. The r'eason is that by my work in
having adopted the proviso to Section 13, of the Federal'
Reserve Act, the, Southern farmers' cotton became .a
basis of credit. Because of this the money power, the
manipulators, the speculators, and gamblers on the
New York Cotton Exchaiige are working for my de
They knowing that I am the only Simon Pure farm-j
er in the United States Senate, and that I have been
working for the past twelve years to keep them fior'
using our cotton for their own selfish -interests, and
knowing that by my being advanced to the head of the
Agricultural Committee of the Senate my power will
be greater than ever before, they are sparing no effort
or means to defeat me.
Unlike my opponent I have done and am, doing all I
can to wipe out factionalism in South Carolina, so we
can all cooperate and pull together for a profitable
price for our main money crop-cotton, and for the de
velopment of all the industrial and other interests of
We have these selfish interests opposed to us, but we
are going to win. The people of South Carolina do not
move V -kward, and they will not be deceived by
"camoulaged" arguments'and false reports. The best
years of my life have been given to the service of the
people of my State, and my fists are not only doubled,
but I am going to strike eveiry enemy of the best inter
ests of South Carolina.
Thanking you again for your confidence already ex
pre.sed, and with assurances for the future, I am
E. D. SMITH.
the candidate. Mr. Laurk was prom
nent in war labor board work and J J j
Plumb plan, railroad and profiteering
THRIIEE CRtUSHED'To D)EATH D ESPA IR
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two men weret inijuredi this afternoon i~ietoismi;pifsps
when a slide of earth andl rock for'ceda
out a briidlge leading to one of the'
sair'ways in the (Cave of the winds G L LA
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more tourists who were in the cave
at the time had narrow escapes, many
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wife, Louise ]Iartman, of Brooklyn,
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