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VOLUMELAURENSSOUT CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMXBXER19l
Governor, Cox Gi
To Support Slu
QfRotes Data from Alleged Oficla
iulletin of Fred W. Uphmn, of Chi.
cago, 'i'reasurer of Republican Na.
tional 'ommittee. Eatch City Allot
ted its Quota.
P'ittsburr g, Pa., Aug. 26.-inforna
tion to support his charges that a Re-!
1ibhlici 'ampaign fund exceeding
$15,000,000 was being raised "in a
consfli-ney to buy the presidency" wal
preseIted by Governor C ox, of Ohio,
Democratic presidential candidate, in
addressing a public meeting here to
GoVernor Cox'6 dat.a Cois-ttd at
ilost -intirely of matter taken from
,t ial hu lle in of Fred W. Upham,
of Chicago, treasurer of tie ltepbtl)!I
can National committee, but his chief
exhibit was a typewrittent list pur
'0 'L ii (g to s4how Republicaln campaign
(Ilueas inpo.-ed on: a-l prinicipal citills'I
in 27 st ates and aggregating $8,145,000
Names of local subscribers. Gover
nor Cox said, were ordered kepi se
eret. 'lese quotas, given a $:,#l;0,
1; for Nea Yo( : City, $750,000 for
coi tti'.~ . for Philadelphia,
anid tangling down to $25,000 for small
er cities, like Atlanta, Ga.. were said
by .w. o4 ' noi ('ox to have been an
nlotnnl d abouit the middile or Jully.
lieln line'w Details
T.,t. Senator flarding," his Helmb
1lla <u~po~kleni, "Vwas acquainted with
the details" of the (Ituota plan and
that it was also al;provced by Will 11.
lays, chaiman of the IRepubilican
.atinl Couni:( t., was. charged by
From slseqient ikssite from tile
Official Bulletin, Governor Cox qtot
ed many reports from Republican
-' I!;o t hroughout the conn1i ry, re
por:ing going "over the top" and In
exc(ess of the alleged q ta s.
'Annotncenent of t $.S, 1.1z,000
-o" r politan (Aiotaw, Govtrnor Cox
$3a id was made by Harry .l . Blair, as
sistant to Treasurer 'pham. A meet
111g vv"_ held inl Chicago, G;overnlor
Cox said, .at which Will I.. Ilays,
cin-irmanl of'the Repulblicanl Nationlal
:intee. "spole his ble.-sings."
The governor cliarged that tIype
writtei sheets hearingi the -5! (ities'
qltai'is wer "dliailribuliiil :o Ithose as
.mi:b'lei and he plroducel1 one' of tle
: ," tiota lists, but ]I noQt state I
Io w v lwire it Iwas acrpured.
That the repilted attempt to ralse
:,000o from 51 eities itt 27 of the
IN state"s is fair evidence tit the to-11
fal nalional fund will b' mtuih larger,
was declared by (;overnor Cox, who
said big business m'en were rominment
on !tI Repubklican way.s and means
committee anl that the raising of
finds was on a i business "salesman
Governor Cox also qtioted from
statemien ts in the Reptlian bulletin
that state and country organizations
were not to be "distuirbed or1 'etard
Cd ini thiri activities."
Gtover'nor C'ox, stanting staunchly
by b Is chiarges t ht an attemip ht to 1)ur.'
chase the presIdency was being made.:
dleclai'ed thait '"the senatorial oligar
crzy aniid thir fiends are hark Iing
back to the dlays of .\arki I lanna,"
sI itting that in ilhte I18%) campaign,
wh ieh .\r. I ianina mnanagedl, $1 6,500,
000 wvas spient. Gy
" 'It ias this foul tihing,'' said Gv
Sr:wr~ Cox ','Vbih Theol'icooe Roose
velt brought to an enil when lie i'e
-.d the Republican party. When
te--din:.g it. W\arreA (1. Harding
1)1anded hinm as an Aaron Butt'."
"I hrge a.:ain an a~'suilt on the*
elector'ate," said Giovor'nor Cox. "it
can't .he hidden; the hosts are mai'
prepared, butt it will not succeed. The
net is slureadu in sought of the tuarry."'
Thei"I tnewit ten( lisi of ct ties and
(4! tais prt'eented biy G;overinor C'ox in
New York City, $2,000,000; (Chilcago
75(1,000: Phbiladelph ia, $500,000; De
""p'It, $45,000; Plttsbur'g, $100,000;
'a nd., $ t00.000;t lHos on, $310.000;
Cincinnati, $200,000; St. Louis, $250,
('('t: Mant Frisfl~dco, $1 50,000; .\linne.
apllS, $100,000; Providence, $i00,
s.o' Newark, $1 10 000; Akron, $80,
000; M ,iwankee, $75,000; D~ay ton, $60,
('rt; l1altimiore, $50,000, New Orleans,
$50,000, Denver, $50000 New Haven,
$50,000; Washington, $50,000' Louis
*ville, '$50.000; -Bimingha m, $50,000;
Atlanta, $25,000, Memphis, $25,000.
Goever nor 'Cox added that lie intend
ed to pttf s this evidence". to the, sen
ate campaign i'nventigatIng committee.
sh Fund Charge
Kept Names Secret.
On the question of keeping secret 'u
ill local subscriptions, Governor Cox pa
iuoted froim2 the Olicial Bulletin of Vr
August 16, as follows: Co
"The names and amounts subscrib- t
)d by local donors should not be made
public locally." j
"I hereby give it wide and non-ex
lusive publicity," Governor Cox con
inued. "Why ::,vere the names of 1o.
ml contributors not to be made
'nowl? Was it because each con
ribution would carry its own ietaning
to the voters in the local communiii
Aes? Certainly, there is somle reason.
What is it? 'The public Is entitled to
"if .\It. Hays and .\t-. Upham do not
201me forward with the information,
he. Iepublican National onminittee
)tlght to revome them both. Further
anore, there should be somlie explana
ion of thin being made purecly a bis
ness affair, participated in by busi
teS.-s men' and busin.ss men only.
I nexplained. It carries its own con
lemnation and x poies tit? 1rpos" of
he w hole shameful business. It
neans that the <quota is to be a.5sse.sed
(gainOst those who are to beiefit, and
hat th. captains of indlus!try who
lave alswered Mr. Hays' Ioll call, are
ubmi thng to taxation with the un11der
4anding that they will have repre
Qlop ig from a "mcssac" written
)y Senator Harding. the lepiublican
lolninee, in the Oflicial Iltillettin of
Xugust 5, Governor Cox .airl that
*'enator I' ifhding ex 'pressod his graI
ulde for "the enthusiasm shown" in
.raising the campaign fund.
"That \lr. 1lar'ding is acqtainted,
ven with the details of the enter
rise, is evidenced by a useiulent
passage," said Governor Cox, wihich
3 as follows:
" 'Through the fine work of your
ranization. we are n'athgi that
orm1 of ooiia arits he x
wresses itsIf in slippo't from eory
caily,.x': .Oate. I want all m( em
I 's of yolr. orlganizatiol to feel that
:ieiir efforts are e'ssential to our stu
ss in ;i platnltl. for nation-il (nlighT
'nment anl deply appreiarerl b)y
in addition to his tatmienit on Ne.
ublican financos Governor C('x
ouc(d iupon industrial pr1tolems.
"The 'normlcy' voiced by ItheirI
-andidate as visioned by his masers,"'
mid Govertnor Cox in this connection,
'rferring to Senator hfarding, "is bay
met at the factory door., un'estrained
rofiteering at the gatoes of the farm -
he Iilden of government on shtotil
lers other than their. own, and the
Pederal res;erve system as annex to big
usiness. When the American peo
>le fully grasp the :Iiter menace
tanging over them, they will shu it It
IQ a plagtue.'t
-Rletur'ning to the campaign fund
iuestion, G;overnor ('ox reminded his
itudlence in order'. he .,said, to reatch a
roper tunder'stand ing~ that recent eon
r'ib1)1tionis of latrge sum is by husiness.
nterests begani in the case of Senator
~ewh)erry, of Michigan.
Senator Nearberry, the candidate
'ont inued, was convieted in a Repub-.
llecan state and, community, biefore' a
Repulien ciijudge, g tand( and pet it
ju rien. "One 'would have thought,"'
:mal the speaker. "that this experi
rmee would( have had iit. restrain ing
Influence on subseriuent events, hut
the resolve of certain Int'rests to take
aver the u'ffalrs or o : governmnit.
aff1'' ed i y I he Newbe&.rry en'.oo,!e
->llte ft om ,butsin ess interea ;inii
he pre0-con vention)1 cc'lampign In suech
umtns that Ithe whole country was
ilhocd b~y tihe scandal.
'It Must flae Heeni head at I~east
6 Mjonthis Butt Ildn't Smell.
"S'awv a b)1g rat In our1 c(e~l' Inst
F'all," wrItes Mr's. .Joatni, "and
'toughit a 35e cake tofIAT-SNAP,~
rroke It urn into s ~at pieces. Last
week twhile movin/A'e came across .
he dIead r'at. Mtf have been dlead
tix months. didn't smell. RlAT-SNA~P
a wonfu~itl." Three sites, .%e,. 65c,
bl.00. Sold andl guaranteed by Lan..
rens Hardwvare C'o.. Putnam's Drmug
store and Kennedy Ilros.
San Salvador, Republic of Salvador',
Aug, 27.--The volcano San Migu'eI Is
thro'oing out saI and' ashes. No dam
ures hhva heen renor'td.
NEA PATH MAN
DIES OF WOUNDS
Ieeicemn Shot. Tuestlay it Canpain
neethir. Ernest Ashley Held,
inderson, Aug. 2S.-Arthur lughes,
young policeman who was shot
e.mday in Honea Path, after the cam
gn meeting. died this morning.
nest Ashley is in the Anderson
inty jail eharged with shooting .Mr.
lefore Mr. Hughes died lie made a
,tement concerning the shooting,
So~mething at lea:
this fall even if it
and general detai
The pockets hav,
coat are longer;
going to be popu
.will be slightly ft
the general appea
embody all th(
For fall the subdued
sects are the vogue.
The tendency is tow;
narrower shapes ai
more closely turr
brims with full cro
effects of medium hei;
The dlark colors he
the call and will be
which ho declared dated back to a t ime
when Joe M. H1. Ashley, ornier shoriff
Df Anderson couinty, made hin an offer
rf a Buick automobile and $200 a
month to dispose of whiskey for him,
aind that' threats had been miade
aLgainst him. MIr. Ashley, when asked
ibout the matter, said ttiat this was
only a joke betrween him and Mr.
When .M r. I I ughes realized that his
rondition was critical he told his wife
that he did not consider Mr. Ashley's
Dffer a joke, and that Mr. Ashley had
3t is going to be low
isn't the prices. The
1 features have come
come dov n, the sk
lar this fall: Trouser
iller, tending to add t<
rance of straight lines
ffner & M ary
pew style designs
and pattern effects.
E NOW AWAITIN
IRE OF INSPECTIC
ef.. More variety is
found in M~en's
for fall than ever b2
dThe Brogue is met
a d favor.
ed Brown is the out:
wn ing color and the
yht th~e russet, mnah<
and cordovan s
ve rather than the ver'
~he brown or thie very
repeated it to him several times. Ife
also made a statement practically to
the same effect to the doctor in at
teldance. It I.s said tat his last
words were: 'They said they'd get me
and now they have done it."
Mr. H!ughes leaves a wife and four
small Chibdren. II wa.s .just 29 yea rs
oll, and has aIways been a peaeeful
citizen. Ie married Miss Maude Boyce.
The funeral will ;e hell S unday from
the First, Baptist churci at Ilonea
Path, condicted by the Rev. 11. I[.
er in s ts
irts of the
storIn w r
Shdes Al ummer
Harris. of G'eenvil le, an uncle of the
"6.Irs. heaelh Tells H4)w1 She (ot to
"Have always feared rat.-. Lately
n'oticed many on my faim. A neiuglh
bor said lhe just got rid of droves with
IAT-SNAP. ,Tills started me thinking.
Tried RAT-SNA? myself. It killed I7
and scared'the rest away." RAT-SNAP
comes in three sizes, 35c, W15e and
A1.25. Sold and guftranteed by Lau
rens Hardware Co., Putnam's Drug
Store, and Kennedy Bros.
reenwood, S C.