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CREAT CROWDS M[[
COX IN W[SIERN CITIES
Governor Says Liquor Issue Is Dead
and Present Question is One of
Audiences Cheer as Democratic Chief
Praises League and Scores Repub
lican "Reactionary" Candidate
Portland, Ore., Sept. 13.-A state
ment that the liquor question "is .as
dead as slavery" and that the present
question is one of law enforcement
was made here by Governor Cox,
Democratic Presidential candidate to
a large audience at the Auditorium to
day. His statement was a reply to a
question shouted from the gallery.
The Governor's statement came near
the close of his address today.
"H about the liquor question ?" a
"I Uniderstand," the Governor I
plied. "that Some newspapers out here
have lost their forier interest in the
ltna'!te of nations.
'.aienty Ione of their reaiers i.
inm .Ated in a subject. as dead as
i 'ng tlat be had invited ques
tiots reg'.ardinig his policies, Governor
Tis is a country of free speech.
Yo a re entitled to know how I st ,-l.
This is a question of lawA% en force -
ment. Let 1me tell you that while 1
was Governor of Ohio, before national
pr. Whit ion. for the first rime in his
to:- v. the front door and the back door
of tvery saloon in Ohio was closed
Es ie business and the budget.
Gcornor Cox discussed the league,
pra'ressivismi radical is m1and its nre
ven tion, and other subjects in his noon
alhlress here at the Auditorium which
crowds overflowed. The speaker was
introduced by Senator Chamberlain,
who was praised by Governor Cox.
"No man in Congress did more inl
Ielpinll.g to Illoilize, governmentally,
the resources of our country in the
.,said the Governor. "ile vill be
tremendously helpful in the task of re
Telling of progressivism in Ohio.
Governor Cox again declared that Sell
at*r - Hariing, his iepublian oppon
ent was the leader of reaction in I
Ohio, "as he now is in the nation."
I is audience. cheered when the Gov
ernor said om'te Oregon newspapers
The Governor mai'dressedt two large
aud-nces at the Auditoriu ihere,
after speaking ealy todlay at the Sa
le:m-. Oregon, A rmory. There wa
ImIrked i imlp rovemtei t in tle condition
of his throat, and utpon leaving late
today for Eastern Oregon and Idaho
he expressed eon fidence that hoarse
ness woul interfere little with the
remai nder of his Western trip.
To save his voice, hovever the Gov
ernor planed to avoid outdoor ad -
dresses for a few day's. IIis itineray
ea!!e, for brief stops this ('venting at
11loodl Rivet andr The Dalltes. II is pnri
cir,al engagemnents tomnorrouw we re a ft..
ernloon a tot evening mueettngs at~
Boise, Idaho, eni route to~ Ogdenii andl
The league of nations was the ma in
Stulijit dIisi'us.-ed by thle G overtnor in
his Po rtlatnd andm Saltem alitressis. Be.
sdes his no(on publie mce~ietitn, lhe
six'ke to a lartge audience of women
and school teachers here this after'
tioni aind tii I leinphasizied the league'
arlto "'keep faith with the boys whoir
2itsitsmO atbo were striese by the
i topics.i reamation. Alaskani di
tesivlinciy" by tiig tuin mss ment andt
the "'Seui~njatiat lgarchy.
Wasingto WAitiiii' I 2 T ST
ary of the Naivy t)aniets toay haem'd
stateme~tsf fr'oim rpretisitntatives of
Thte Seirtir alstoi t confrred w ~ithi the
wage tnrfti > h e mr i new
In th t i '?.I i'',
h i i i . I u - *'
itt h h
Dlbd Fabricated Bungalows gli
aw Cesy, substantial, endurab)
Fear wall-layer construction wit
splation againat Summer heat
Ehipped ta easy-to-handle sectio
Uan by plans we furnish. Wh
er a Dide Fabrioated Bungalow
* ""6'. ag... L
fho beer sena,
mah . --
Pressioln is that, the matters involved
Vill be set tled for the time being at
Lly rate, without serious trouble.
Mr. Daniels lays gerat stress upon
the fact that he could have dlone bet
tnr by the ,nn i; the last session of
Congress had not playe(l false econ
"my and refued to make the special
deticiency appropriation he urgently
rc't'onunienitdevi f-r repairs of ships. He
will a a sir1 'nprinriation when
r in Deceiber, he said
SIE1B0AARD GF'l11- G BW .OAN
Washiiitoii. Sept. 1:3.-ApproveI of
a :i; of $6.073,400 tp the Seaboard
A i.ine Ri ilrioal Co ii:y and $896,
925 to the Terminal Railroad Associa
Lmn of St. I(ais, was announced today
by the Initerst;ate Commerce Commis
'I he Im no to the Seaboard Air Line,
tle commissioln said is to aid the road
in acqIuirinlg refrigerator cars at a
ci .A of $1,058.0011, in making ad
diLions and betterlients at a total cost
of $750,000 and to ri~eet its 1920 ma
turities aggregating $8.248,000. The
railroad is reqhiec-d to finance $3,982
600 to meet the loansi of the govern- I
Georgia Lady, Worn-out a
Was Helped by
"RHEI personal experienc of aMirs.
3 Nannie Phillips, of Powder
Springs, Ga., Is printed below In
her own words:
"I was In a worn-out condition. Myi
stomach was out of order. I didn't
sleep well. I was tired all the tile.
I couldn't half eat, and didn't rest
Well at night.
"I would get out of heart and blue.
I would feel like I was going to be
dovn In bod. Yet I kept dragging
s every man a chance to own his
e, wOather-proof, enjoyable home.
h dead air space between effects
and Winter cold.
as-quickly erected by any handy
at you save In rent will soon pay
The loan to the Terminal Railroad
Association is to aid in meeting ma
turity obligations and in making ad.
ditions and betterments, the commis
Richmond, Sept. 13.-Statistics just
made public relative to the operation
of the State (log law show that within
twelve months taxes amounting to
$260,039.93 were pain on approximate
ly 235,000 dogs. From this amount a
total of $20,021.81 was paid out by
boards of supervisors for sheep killed
by dogs and $2,083.30 for fowls de
stroyed by (logs.
Arn. available for young men -and
women who receive a business train
ing at our dollege. We give you the
position or refund your money. (our
employment bureau receives calls
every week from al Ithe large towns
throughout the Carolinas, and we are
to fill but 25% of the positions. We
give you this opportunity; it's up to
you to take adlvantage of it. For full
1) R A U G H O N' S
32-tf. Columbia, S. C.
)ut of Heart
rid Tired, Tells How She
7ron Iron Tonic.
"We heard of Ziron, and from what
I read, I was sure it wouldn't hurt me,
if it didn't help me. But after taking
It, I found it really helped me, and I
;Ant back for more. I ate botter, felt
much stronger. I am sure Ziron Is
t splendid tonic."
Many people, who are worn down and
Uaheartened, due to stomach disorders
mnd nervous Ills, find reliot by toning
ip their blood with Ziron Iron Tonic.
Tell your druggist you want to try
5iron on our money-back guarantea,
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Day Phone 1068 F. I
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