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i turxtca to $100,000
I ' y WmU $100,000?
t VC CM England.
I Cz"'7rnW Wiao Economy.
La.CY ARTHUR BRISBANE
! KotiiJ today is really Important
It: America except tomorrow's elec
ti n. u Is most important to women.
Hey tfst want their sous sent to
H ir oa Ue order ol foreigners under
miy Leo ' Nations.
; Next to women tbe coming elee
ti ib is cost important to the work
is puea who see lack ot .employment
r sMIy ivancing.
j Vou can prevent coal miners from
at Iking by Injunction, but you can
bi t keep factories from closing in
1 Workmen who vote for Harding
wjl vote for a man whose thought
ivryvday for four years, beginning
M it March, wilt be. "How can 1
t Jkntericau workmen employed
it. t:wi wages V v
f tit isn't a transcendental thought,
tt tOM please, but It will do more for
Cij i. country than the other thought,
jrw;cau f prove to the Ahkooud of
I'll, the Nlam of Hyderabad, all
tS iMaharmahs of India and all the
VI jiyets of Mesopotamia that if there
ii icytiiing In the United States they
that they do not see, they have
osl t to ask for it?"
1 ea to one on Harding. A million
to'lae hundred thousand is offered.
Koirily takes it. After all, one hun
dr tkouaaod debars are worth keep
tag ,(' There are no odds that would
11 (sir odds, for if Senator Harding
Kvii ntil next Tuesday, he will be
ai MnI president of the United States.
Tbj.slse 6t his majority will amaze
eseybodr; including Mr. Cox.
j'Ulve you noticed this? Mr. Cox
kfeafef,-, who j started out thinking he
wajj -for the League .of Nations, Uia
oots that he' Is ! against Article X
an4 'promises ; that h would at once
tfisftss changing it. If the man who
Is f inning ior president as a League
k$ Mat (atna against, the League
tf j Btlon. ' niar i theaverge ntan
io Ikak about lt? r
I JU : - : u.
"H gland, under the treaty of Ver
saiU 4 retained th right, by. victory,
ts I Hie all property ow ned by Uer-'
mat I on British territory. Now
EngUnd voluntarily abandons that
"rtgj t to take private property, re
turn ag to tbe ancient maxim "Gov
erns ents. not the people, make war."
V se England! If the fact were
outs ektablitt'ued that private prop-
cred ts and values would be de
strojed, and the rvsumption of busi
ness on a world wide scale, which is
sbsasteiy essential to Kuglaud's wel-
f A fW lL-t(1l I... IniiuiuulKIa
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at weaitn of Kngiauu. scattereu
troia I'arU to I'ekin and from the
Nort't to tbe South I'oif, would lose
valw , if public war meant piivuto.
Ca iforuia. aicurdiiig to a Cox news
PT, has louti'ilmtfd only a little
frt than, one thousand dolUrs to
th ol campaign fund. The days
n 1 one when cttritomttous and rich
Btta routributed to both sidi-s that
they Blight have a siring on each.
Or perhaps Inteliscnt rich men and
coip( fat Ion decided this year not to
tmt lul to a million -to-one chalice.
Th! lsritislt government makes. Mil
SitrHSieitt with Its workmen to come
Wk to work, gives tUeiu more, money
with ( prtvatn pruiuUu of greater pi'ti-
stisi. Over here we should proba
bly tlf Hie Itijuiu tlitn. The ise Kug-l'i-h
liave 1,-drniMl tliui fiUinllv ur-
. rasgiineiit with w oik men is better
Is k li.ng inn than th inobt maguili
Th"- t.!t lltUK). nf the l ulled
!! w hit b is neesar to keep
l-k going and nun at work. Is
faHli 4 off, g,j tt,r
Ot. niouey Hlamis in value above
her luuuey in tiiH world. The
aiwi be woith $ttl. n"
U Wwrtk es than $ T.O. The
'" aorth alx'Ut X cents, no
'" t-nts. Tli mark out c '
, vents i rth t,t,e nu and a haif
' t nice for us.
joii say? I tout
m M ! Ul l,
Thi Ait-iniu won't buy from ns.
in Uear dollar if he can buy
ikUm tutUnd and pay in rloap
ia dl uo ii
r buying in Kiirf-
laar or i.ei man v. aettiiiK
theaii money 111 exchange for
Inns. Ktie use tliem to buy
O.f 11 Olll
. Aarvic. 1 i"a-T-sm. rMk, mmr. . - ,w-r I, mmm J mbw
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VOLPME SIXTEEN NO. 342
C0"Ej WIIEHE'LL THEY
That the great secret Ku Klux Klan
will give a demonstration in Daytona
tonight Is a persistent rumor that has
been on the streets today amd while
nobody seems to know anything par
ticular about the matter, the fact that
great demonstrations were held at
Jacksonville, Tampa, Orlando and
other cities in Florida Saturday night i
lends color to the report that a repe
tition of the event may take place in
According to the rumor and borne
Out by the activities of the Klan in
other places, an advance guard of two
members ou horseback; accompanied
by a herald, all dressed In the regu
lation regalia of their rank and with
horses jllsguised, ; w ill precede the
main; body of men' by 'about, half an
hour) It -is , generally ' eu8f,0Biary; for
the 'advance "guard . to announce! that
a demonstration is about to take place
within t he next 30 minutes by a picked
band of determined men and that no
interference will be tolerated, and
that all persons who desire to move
their automobiles must do so before
the parade passes and that during the
parade no one wilt be allowed to cross
the street or interfere in any way
with the silent procession.
Following the custom elsewhere the
officers of the clansmen will be
j mounted and the members afoot and
I every clansman dressed in the reg'u-
.llatiou costume of the order,
dition to the members in the puradel
many members of the Klan, it is said.
u-ill t:,fl.,n t i,.m t1 titu fit uttfli Ti,,.
way tntertered witn by certain per-1
sons who believe in negro equality
and the negro in political matters.
3F III! Wi IM TO LEAD
PAEifllE HERE IMIGllT
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It ill be useless to try to usi ei -! Il'ie moved in seemingly scheduled
tain the identity of the members or order, tn rough the principal down
from whence, they mu; or w here 1 n strets, pas. Hamming park and
they'll go. as precautions have already
been taken, it Is said, to see 1 lint 110
one discovers the meeting- place of
Hie pssemblago or tho place of ills
biinilinent. The parade, it Is said,
will be headed by the ll.iiulng cross,
the highest symbol of tin- order, wliii h
denot 's that the bearer and (he fol
lowers aro pledged to fight to tlte
death against the domination of Hie
South or the 1'uited Slates by ne
groes, or persons of foreign birth, re
gardless of their nationality.
The rumor of tin: parade has been
lu-aid tu various quarteis today' but
no continuation of it lias been ob
tained, ulthoiigh it is generally known
that onditioiis in Daytona are about
as bad as any plai e In Flo) Ida mid
there is evidently ninth work in hand
fur the Ku Klux Klan, which order
seems to have been reorganized on
the sumo b.isH as it i"U"l tiuring
the m-inorable Reconstruction days
in the South.
One Thousand March in Jacksonville.
j The rsunday Times-I'nioli relat'-s
It he manhlng of I he Ku Klu Klan Indent
ii-uM t it v Saturday iiib, as follows: ,
, A -ile-it host, otled and Kot.-dj
tlowilU white. fVeadilU 'willl diK-j
niiv a.iisle tile tie- dovn-lovni street
i.f .lai k-onviile, mar. Ii-, la-t
U, remind the people h"le that the
South Is not d'-ad.
j r'roi-l a point unknown to a point
'unknown, mule, imswei vltig. haltn.K
sive, on horseback to warn the crowds
of the Klan's approach.
A two-note blast on a cowborn
trumpet was tbe signal. The eerie
tone reminded patriarchs of the days
that were, when the South struggled
against the forces of intrigue and
oppression, when white-clad' figures
fared abroad by night to right wrongs,
to preserve traditions.
About half an hour before the start
of the demonstration, two couriers,
mounted and masked, rode through
the streets advising ' the public what
to expect and advising against in
terference with the movement of the
These couriers, also heralded
their approach by blasts on a trumpet.
Thousands congregated. WhisQfrs
ran through the crowds of Saturday
night shoppers: "The ku Klux are
The sidewalks were lined. The
crowd overflowed into the streets,
packed the thoroughfares to the car
tracks until on Main add Forsyth
streets traffic was almost entirely ex
cludea; -ry.--. -r" J'
Sign of the Crass. i
; Then from nowhere, it deemed
came a plaze of ' light, a file of White
clad, figure's. .The nainlua brfess ap
proached.. Born by a stalwsr figure,
whose robe of white whipped and
bellowed' In the wind, the Klatt emi
blcm advanced. Behind it came a
file . of white figures each stately,
each masked, each in no white dif
ferent from the other.
, Silently the phalanx marched.
Th(?re were some who tried to count
them, but gp.veup the effort. It was
too much like "counting sheen" at
j niht when sleep refuses to come.
The filp seemed endless.
With measured tread, at intervals
of approximately eight feet, the
Kiansiuen inarched. There was no
word, uttered (luring the demoustra-
turn. No man s features were visible,
j An endless file of robed men. mys-
Merlons, purposeful, it seemed, the
"Wo were here yesteiday "
"We lire here today!"
"We will lie here forever!"
Thus read signs which were borne
by ligiirei distributed through the
What did it mean? Who could say?
Apai'iitly, fiom the comments of
the crowds, here was a revlvilication '
of th'! Mouth's lulwark of reconstruc
tion days, How long the Klan had
exUled, who Its members were, whre
it met. what it purposed doing -none
Tin 11 1 ju into Main lret from Du
val, up Main to Forsyth, theme north
past Hemming park, east then to lio
gau, then to -nobody knew. Some
Maid a fleet of automobiles, each with
,1 hooded driver, with licence plate,
removed, i.aited the arrival of the
mnrihor. Some ttld the host dis
appeared as if by magic Nobody
.ein-d to know dllnltely what be-
, aine of tin
oiled flgurex, where the
what their purpose
Rumor Arc Vsr.fiad,
Kiiiiiois that liavt; been 1 ill lent for
ttie lal eerJ day wre utieil
ght wlo-n trie courier of the
aieil mi tlie li,-.-l Where
did tho-e riinioi onsluate? No oo
ould or would s4 No tnan knew
wlo-1'n r ill neighbor h Id member-
liip ill t!l IIHte;ioU Ol It MiA.lt loll :
whel.o-r bis own brother a
.-,.i'r ;f t!. OI,e rlol 1111 No
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DAYTONA. FLORIDA. MONDAY, NOVEP.!2l I, 1920
t:H7 SEtlATOriS V I
Ff.Cr.1 33 STATES 3
(Tho "O" or- "R" indicates
party of senator whose term ex
plro) Alabama (two vacancies) D.
Arkansas I). '
4 Connecticut K.
4. Florida D.
4. Idaho D.
Illinois R. J.
? Indiana R. JL
1. Iowa? R.
? Kansas It. 4.
j- Kentucky K. .J.
A Louisiana I). ,U
Maryland I). JL
? Missouri It. A
4 Nevada D. .1.
4 New Hampshire K. A
4. New York It. .5.
A North Carolina I). 4
A North Dakota It. ,
A Ohio R. A
A Oklahoma D. 4.
A Oregon D. A
ANPennsylvania It. A
A South Carolina D. A
A South Dakota R. A
A Utah R. A
A Vermont R. A
A Virginia D. A
A Washington R. A
A Wisconsin R. A
i bi b m ifm io i
meetings were held, yet, apparently,
meetings had beep heklvjb
Yet' tho existence of tbe Ku Klux
Klan was made evident. . Older peo
ple. In whose . minds still run the
memories -of tha days 'of reconstruc
tion recalled similar sights, "remem
bered nights upagt, when the two
tone tocsin sounded, when muffled
boofbeats resounded from the high
ways as horsemen rode to some mys
terious rendezvous. They lived again
the turbulent times when the carpet
bagger fared southward, with his gos
pel of "forty acres and a mule," w hen
the glimmer of the flaming cross her
alded the approach of the clansmen.
The Ku Klux exists today, lust :ls
1 . 1 j u-u ti ' 1 i
it existed in 1SiS. This is known !
In Georgia, atop Stone Mountain
whose bald summit of granite
in majesty cbove Hie city of Atlan
ta, meetings have been held. Mys
terious hundreds have roared through
Beach tree road in high-powered mo
tor cars- not lu hoof-beat cadence as
In the days of reconstruction- lo'keep
the appointment and to -answer the
call to the cross. That, the Klan had
extended its activities to Kloridu was
not known. Theie had been tunioi-.
naturally. But no man seemed i t
have definite knowledge. ' Nep,i
nera reoorteis. ambition-, (or ne.
I have que-Hoiiei huii'lieds l;tiing tin
I last weeks. "Is then; a Ku Kim 01-
gatlUatlon heie.' live qm-lloli
been asked. "I t.ia l mi ; I
know. I have Ik-.i rl so; and I have
heard it. deiiieil." t i - rcpln-i ii.ve m -vuiiahly
teen. Who '-mild tei
Then last night lain" th.- verilnit
tiolt of these tumor- Tio- KUu e
sistsi Its numb -1 ' W ho aii sa ".' Foi
ill the line last liitfl'.t appi-.n'cil at
least a tlioU.-and I'- m:,,(- U).- 1111:1c
ber was greater: pn:.bl nii -o
iniany. Still the ti i.-; wa- foi
1 And it ape a red a- ! i.itied
tei iniiied a3 (m mid., i.i
I Purpose of Klan'
' Then la-t nili',:. b
de la red an lil,k:ewii wa.i-
nieaice to I
appeared w hat
dwi iaral lo'i of ri.
Ki'i v K Sa-l l!t i I
me 14', Uie K
t! IJ.esi, U. 1 ,
I !l.Ml 111-I nil l i
-fl, li,-."r of at?
I ll,. a - iie- r i 1
T ie K l i
e'Ope, Brst i. I
!le.4e ..,.) t-
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the put!! f Ui" I
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ri hpt r 1
LLLUI LbLl )
(Tho letter "D" or R fcn
cates party of governor now
Colorado R. '
New Hampshire R.
New York I).
North Carolina D.
North Dakota It.
Rhode Island R.
South Carolina D.
South Dakota It.
West Virginia D.
'sir -I--H--I-I-H HH-I-Hf-
supremacy against ail elements and
bodies, foreign or otherwise, is men-
ims, iu uriei, mpin-areu m ueciara-
, . .
non in pimcipies. m message came
unsigned. The envelope was plain.
without return address. "The Knights'
ot the Ku Klux Klan are regularly J
organized in Duval county, Florida."
is more than one tbounnd. The Klan
stands tor the principles as laid down ;
In the charter of the organization. Its
membership a composed o' reputable'
men. determined that the traditions j
of the SiMitk and of pure American-i
ism shall be perpetuated."
These were the statements. in'
brief. Who sent tbeiri. where tb'"
originated, none can av
But last night Jm hinviiie p-ji'
a demons) rutiou "( 'h'
most .impressive nara n r
t Satciled the parade e abi'- I'l
I svfl It had been an air of piitpooe,
an altitude of pot-". Ib uppi-ai ai
'of tiling not only thoroughly organ
ized and property regulated, b it, i'
, mt rolled.
t Who compi i the Klan .'
That, in the wirds of 1 to- n t. ! -
la! O lleniy, '1- aitoiio r ii.i" a'.'i
inii'l lik'-ly. one that SI i v. r Ic
rtiitlell. '!' "ir-iy, appar-xHy. is
the first piUi'ipb- of the oSa!il
RED CROSS UHIT IN
VIENNA DOING GREAT
WORK AMONG THE POOR
Toe &. rM j
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fMrs. E. A. Crcnrlp
2 Lies at Death's DccA 'r
at Baltimore Hozpilzl
Mrs. It. U I). Graves, daughter of'
Mrx. h. A. Branch, returned Sunday
evening from Baltimore, whero she
has been in attendance with ker
mother, a patient at Johns Hopkins
hospital in that city, for the out six.
1 Mrs. Graves brings the Informatiun
-yimai tne atxtors la that insiitatloaj
h.il.I nut lilt' Vr.n. f- Ik. !
of Mrs. Crimh. w ho has be B in fitjWFate
health for serreai years. Doctors jtke j RrpuLicaa War r C
pronounce Mrs. Branch as a suSemr jauate. wberem b mtcl t: t
ot P''a, the dread Southern ka-! t tu FUnbJ
ease, from which she has suffered M -
told agony for some time.
To add ti th lr,wl,U .hbt, k -
na hd to b"r' b"ta"s lhe - J
!ou illness ot her mother. Mrw. Grava:
i rweived the information tht sa Br-
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(self could receive no bla for her
J eyes, with which sb
t .. . , . . , . ,
Dies for some time.
The dyntpatiiy of beach friend i
extended to Mr. 'ranch and hi ta-
!ly In their hour of tribulation.
gold sTCiEii fh:
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PARIS EXPECTED TO
BECOME MOST ACUTE
Civ ti EL(KD TO SAVt
WAR IU.k0 2 Ul r.
of thm Daytca S,tiikcr3 f
is a Judas Eacarsct
the tratitoc of two
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