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uCUwERIS OF VO'TT"ON
ludorse Organiizaltion of Strong Finan.
e1al hstlitio lin Ealh tate. For
Direct Siles to Florein iBuyers.
31ontgomneriI. Ala., April 1~>.--OrgaIn
ization of a StrOlIg finialcial ilstitil
tio l i l ll cotton state of the Soith
the stock to be taken largely by the
farmers, all to be Coordinated] to fo'mn
anl export cotton corporation to handle
direct sales of the staple to foreign
interests, was uian imotusty inidorsedI
tonight, by the Americani Cotton asso
This action follo'%ed in address I
Covernor Dorsey of Georgia, who dis
Ctissel the plan lie had developed for
forming stch an institution in that
state, and which, lie (leclared, was en
tirely feasible. and if Undertaken in
every 'ottol growilng state, would
create a powl erfill finaticial link in per..
Initting the gIower to deal ilore di
rectly With the spinner.
J. 8. \\a'naniaki of St, MalttheWs
S. C.. was nominated for Ieelection l.
presidenit of the association in Ile I'
Port of the committee on election slb
mitted tIlis afternoon. A vote on the
re'COmii men dation will be Cast Friday
afternoon. Other olicials imiinated
lor' lect ion include: 1. C. Powell of
Arkansas, vice president; Ilarvie Jor
dan, Atlanta, secretary; 13. F. .eLeod,
Claileston, S. C., chairman finance
coliittee, and T. 11. Shackleford,
In line with the iadoption of the I'e
port of the committee on marketing
and varehousing, wh ich recom mended
aI commission to make a study of Ina
tional and foreign needs in t0he cot
(on world, P resident Wannamaker to-!
Iight naimed: 1). S. M.\Iurh. Washing
-ton. 1). V., specialist in warelouising:
A. F. Levert', chairman of the federal
farim haik board: Clarence Ilowe, edi
lotr of the i rogressive Farmer; J. F'.
Drugger, director. farm extension. A ia
hlama, and liarvie lordan, Atlanta. to
that board. iIjs duties permi'tin-.
(;o\v. W. P. (. liarding or the i Fvderal I
ret'sevie board will also be placed on
tihe committe hi ich is called in t'
report by Junt 15.
Speakers today inclulled ReprlieeIa..
fivo fi-Efln. Alabamai: T. -1. Sh1ackev .
foid. Atlin. Gi.: If. 1). Wilson, Com
mission1 of agriulture,. Lo ia na
and .1. It. .\ 'xander of Scotts, Ark.
At the morni'ng :ession the repiol or
the coniuIn itteev on areae and plic
!'(' I- c erlunl d midd .-radll 1rad h f' d I
mia nIded bY the t on growers, di li
This is one o1
mules, ages 4
you can save
Ware Shoals, S.
urged tie productionl of good trops in
large quantities. The rePort was unan
A recoliiendation that communlity
warehouse movements be Inaugurated
throughout the cotton states also was
indorsed. together with a resolution
indorsing the Comer amendment to
the agricultural hill with respect to de
liveries on future contracts.
Montgoiery, Ala., April 15.-Presi
dlent J. S. Wannamaker of the Amieri
can Cotton association said today that
this association was the concern whicl
furnished a shipment of cotton to
Czecho-e~lovakia, and that this was just
ole small shipment, 'that the assocla
tion had applications to furnish 5,
0110.000 bales to foreign countries.
lie said the cotton would be shipped
from Charleston, Norfolk, Savannah,
Mobile, New Orleans and Galveston.
tills Palmer Delilerate Fi>Isilier and
A ttites Statetent to PolItIcs. I
Plittsburgh, (P1a., l991 15-4W Z.
Foster. former head of the steel strike,
and mentioned in Washington yester
day as the prime mover behind the out
law railroad strike, today declared
that he knew nothing whatever about
the railroad situation and charged that
Attorney General Palmer was "mak
ing a bid for 'the support of big busi
ness in his campaign for President."
"I wish to state emphatically," sai(
Poster, who gave out his statement at
the office of the committee for the
organization of the steel strike, "that
the author of the statements intend
ed to Indicate that I am In any way
connected wvith the present railroad
strike, is a deliberate falsifier. 'I'lis
goes for high oflicial or low. The fact
is that I haive notbhing whatsoever to
do with it any shape or form. I have
not wiltten to anly of the strikers;
spoken to them or to their meetings.
In fact to the best of my knowledge, I
have not even seeti a striker. I have
been so busy on my book about steel
strihes that I have hardly stIirred from
the house for wveeks. I haven't even
-en a railroad since the strike began,
nor do I know anything of the issueS
involved. save what I see in the papers.
and of (our-se, f pay n)o attention to
"Altbont2Ih not intimately posted on
what is behind the charges made that
the sirike is an attempted revolution,
will hazard a guess that they arie
lothing but alnot her of Mr. lm
intstorm, and entitled to about as
F the best shipm
to 6, and weigh
Much consideration as his efforts to re
duce the cost of living. Ilr. Palmer is
using the iDepartment of Justice to
bl'eak strikes and one story Is as good
as another for his 1purpose. I konw
that lie and the others who are 'waving
tile led flag every time a body of work
eI's goes on strike are doing more to
create unrest and to piroduce radicals
that any other force in the country.
Mr. Palmer is making a bid for the sup
port of big business in his campaign
WO'LD SELL SH1IPS
WillNw Ti.:N YEARS
l'rovision of 31erchant 31arine Policy
11111. Semite Planis 3111de.
Washington, April 14.-A jrovision
that merehant craft owned by tle gov
ernment shall be disposed of to pri
vate interests within ten years is con
tained in the merchant marine policy
bill virtually completed today by the
senate ushcommittee to which the tack
it will be reported sooni to tihe full
commer'ce committee whichi held ex
teisive hear'ings before Senator Jones,
ReImblicatn, Washington, ap'pointed the
subcommittee to driaft a policy bill.
The measure differs widely from the
merchant marine bill passed by the
house. It provides for a perman en
shipping board of seven instead of ive
members, the Atlantic and Paciflc
coasts to be represented by two im-il
beirs each, the Gulf and Great [,akes
by one each, and the seventh member
to be a main fr'om, the initeriot. The
board would he direeted speelically It)
devote special attention to develop
men t of new trtade routes.
'in stating government shipping poll
ey the bill asserts that "it is neces
sary for the national defense and fot'
the proper growth of ottr foreign and
domestic commerce that the 'nited
States siall have ti American mier
chant imai'ne of the best r1ulpped and1
most suiltable type of ships suflc ient
to carry the greater portion of its COM
merce and serve as a naval or millitry
au xiliary in time of war or national
i' em'eeny, ulti imately to be owned and
OP''rated privately by .Amrican citi
It futh'l111r11 declares it to be thei policy
1) the I'nited StaItes "to dr) whaut'ver
nay be neccessarl'y to develop and. en -
'otrtag thxe maintelancev of suh '1
To stilmulate thle mehnt'-1, t mar11inle,
he bill vXemilpts profit.; of Amermican
hip owners dervie it m foreigm timiej
roin ahi f'e(dra ta- is troPts t.axs
or1 a period of teti yveit'.. f0rovided anl
ents we have e'
ing from 900 t<
also have son
The farmers are
this part of the s
trict and that the
in the larger tow
We stand behind
ness is increasing
they see them.
CAR LOAD 4
See Us for Hi
equivalent sum shall be used by such
owners in the building of new tonnage
in American ship yardes. Purchasers
of government vessels would be per
mitted to charge off 100 per cent. of the
net earnings of such vessels, as de-.
The shipping board would be given
authority to take , )ossessionl of all
docks, warehouses, wharves and termi
nal equipment acquired under war leg
islation and which includes the Ger
man owned piers in Hoboken, N. J.,
usedi as transport docks.
TALK OF PROBLEM 0
000WHTE HOEDRESSING :
insiira(ee Comittee 31lnkets its He. 0 KEEP YOUR SHOES NEAT
port. 0 THE BIG VALUE 'PACKAGES
Montgomnery, Ala., April 14.--1n- AND CAKE
dorsement of the Wadsworth-Kahn Also Pastes and Liquids-for Black, Tan, Ox-Blood and Dark'
e Brown Shoes
bill for the development of fixed nitro- T
geni production at the .\Muscle Shoals,
Ala., plant ani of the amendment to
the agricultural bill now pending in
the t'nited States senate with respect
to the deliveries of cotton on contract
is provided in resol litions lpresented
the American Cotton association to
day. These resolutions will be acted Take NR at once. Get
11ponl tomorrow. Iver G digestive and eliminative
'Resolutions adopted today include o
one from t he insurance comm ittee Witli Bilious 'p anw rieg
recommendations for establishment of
a permanent insurance commiittee com- diate. Never causes
posed of one member of the assocla- rip.
tion for each state with provision for
a subcommittee to work out plans for
tih( standardization of risks and se- Right
curing lew'-t insurance rates. The
committee 0n seed improvement and When your liver roon on strike ad "cp" and nnpe return and you
you feel a sick Iteatiacho i'.nd billou:a C., yourself wntiroly, completely re
diversitication recommended use of spell coning on, Instentl of prooit-g leveu.
y'our liver wvith dat1:gcrouti caloriel and 'r'hero Is no bettor proof of tho
seed given to greater and bettr yleid lashing your bowels with I r- nr at v.,luo q Nature's Remody for
and] for diversification to the extent ritating purgativen, et out ymr box bIjou..:; nd conati;-ton thnn the
of suplyin healhful oods.of mild, gentle-actIng NP1 Tablets andl f,- It that rore than uno million Nit
of supplying healthful foods.one right . nro d evcry ay-nior
Whoth cnvn- Relief will ('on-O just --ri quickly and t:ia'i ilvo inillion. boeos voiI every
Speakers who addressed the conven- it genuine, Iting bneit. car.
tion today included Dr. W. F0. IHinds, VIero will o no grl:ing, -nal- - It you've not already dono no,
Ing pains or doubling stodmacli , r :t % 25e bux of Nature's Rem
Alabama entomologist; Senator Ran- ache. Nature's Remedy (Nit edy (NI'
L oTablets) work proLuia ;ly n" 2. tbtdge
deli of T.1 'i3mit; u-Illei 1'eRdgers, thoroughly, lYut tii'j 'action la fltztl tlll I torn i orr
director oi the United Stated, census getle, ild nd soothing, sirtant, contiu3 to t.:o one
rRelict 'ccs through the ac- each night for at weekt or so.
bureau, andt Aaron Salpeiro, of hios tion of Nature's Mciedy on not Th~n noto hov YOU feel, Your how
only the liver, but onl the whole diges- cmr will be as r.egul'w% as clock work,
Angeles, attorney for cooperative tivo clIinativo systcni,-tho atom- i ou'll 11-A yeur.lf it bctt3r
growers' associations, poll, th o n even on t'* lil- 1-. nicai'y, :.Icntay, cvc:, way
At),".A up neumnulatioal cd 1it o'' eni any a dy,
aW'o and born' jeisonq tmt havo After that y rc'mentot tke ofEcelimio
n.ben clogging the syatem are com lte- ry (ay. An Ni ''ablet
ly clearod oat, tho ovcr-worked vtern- to beep your Systemi In good condi
drIs strenqtlara(t rnd tho lntorruptcu t, n will hf suchl'l'nt, case you can
;~ol-k Qf ij..,,cuitioj and( asslimilation 1s4lay feel your lxv;t. Rtotneraht it
Gr t e v t :3 to I 'I - and heipcr to kelp .rll than
c c z ' work il ew itgortlno~ j ve~wll, ju.it try It.
w o rk w it n ew'o r n Ntc i etc,1A e i e y ( i T b e s
TO AYF Price" '5 - at cd b
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clol lckih1: 1o r mLr i:;g e'urslf eth-ol, copletey re
reasreceived. Ifwyou wn teg- t toaee om ae'sRd fine
)1,5 pounds, comee tos Warev Shalnwer
retaood plu s aet outhe rbig r c.
tRe.cmaltel.e ae out o the h ach rnt dor as- ee
ex e sofd ig b sness tho eruone whos muchs lsmwllosegr tan ckwr
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