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TANNER COMESBACK
TO TAKE THE HELM
New Republican Chairman
Malts Trip and Turns
I P it Reception.
PARTY IN liV ONY
FOR Hid ( AMPA1?N
dit ?Together spirit in V.videncc
.is ! eaders Plan for Com
ing ! igfct
?
f Cl.".
tof?
ot Gov
VYilliam
.- chair
t^o ???.
, iko his
'
Phila
rrmined
..u urgent
-. i .rt tbr
..ii his
*cr.
ft
i i'< re
only to
. but to
r party and to
N,, i . ? ? Progianatri
roi
1912 are
?--d they
publican
commentary that
l -A-Ht.C
- already
. ason to be
? .V.tor
?
:cept the is
- defined by
It Whitman,
outlook
et ?aaii
the offensive, not
? have nothing to
; 7-c for and
r did not know
him or any
it to declare
nee.
i barged,
?ieal of this,"
: hat * he 'invisible
itrolled
the Xtat<
? yean
? ? rror lie
a It lie? Are you
on by
l ndeT the law
'he pi uortunity to
the candi
tey art
in No
f alld to
ei there
iirfll hoii-j and a
he only
that an ia?
or governmental,
an i
"Wi tul to your
rust; w? an you
"uan at
ing to embody the
love."
??? of principios on
Saying
? hat ? ? :it was rap
of pov
ernmi i
jly op
po .
"Viet ? .erase of
? : y an 1
O.oinir t?. justify
refer to the re
. ;.. 11?
... I t h a
hem of de
Democracy
>?t through
'lr. '. ? ? iblican party
isibilities of
Whitman.
: ?lUar
. Glynn on the ground
'? \\OUiJ
;o woi .id Mr.
Barn. har lly a b;
? ort "
i hears for Tanner.
? n Mi.
I aimer waa t.- Bounced, ino^t of tho>e
-it not knowing lie bail returned.
"Wr 1 should
a\i- been .. ?traed to the ta.-<k I havi
- nid. "With
i.een ;?.. igued, 'I lir
irst act oi
' a mail
'hat ?
"1 b< ti e right :
on of ever;
part of
ih fully pei
liands
defeat the Dem
? ?? nur'a
?eh no
"We
1 til.
We are
?
? it pu
t?t the
ate for Con
didate
? tly ha?
"nu William 1*
'i customer,
Charles E. Matthew?
' ? He Pe.k Man"
31.33 Ea?t 28th Street
TANNER ELECTED
STATE CHAIRMAN
i ..?il lourd from p
Hi, W
-
Mr. V,
\V. rV'adaworth at the I ;
-
Over th*
?
I
wouK: ?
?
-
!(i ea
?
Hei
I
A. Men
Ward, ol v.
?
-
mipht
; be u I on 8*1
over. Ju
Whitman p
?
State Chairman Named.
?
?:nan.''
'I b< ? .
for i n Dl
?
Kit h A
"Ai
i man i
- quired. "?
"If
Mr. !.
IM. Swa
; by 111 v ?
I . Yawger,
i Brool
i
llOUli ?
-
?
??"er to 1
?
?
?
?
?
of the
?
?
I m. Kd
I
?
? 'he lav, I ?
i rul ?I
.. nu ml"
COLONEL RAKES PENRO:
Bpeaki at Pmchot and tfcOi
miok Riilly in Philadelphia
I l? on,I
il..' .
1 R| :?". - \ ?
ld urged thr .
li rord
rundidate tor United Slate
i i
of machine po
?
M.niK-K, the Democratje candid
h nor, v* ; ,, cad on
?t t t . i
withdi av? al of WilHatn I Irap4
?
CHANGE OF VENUE
DENIED TO COLONE
Justice Sj\n Ubany Jurors >
( apablc ol Acting on Hani."
Libel Suit,
? that i h
e !
.
bj w lili
?
il , i : i f g]
here bi c?.u ? ol pi ejud
.
Mi Roo
o
intelligen
?
^atfd Alban) by direction
"1 HI
v\ Kiel - ? Rooi evell app
kl mil
I
?
? would li'
uii of j u
On reading ' on y c
a i io othi
b| anv i h i
MURPHY TO QUIT
TO SAVE GLYNf
< '.lit llinr il fl mo PHK' I
o a
?
? ? ?
?
"Hi
I ?
?
I
?
i 1 H ?
ard of a
11
' i Loni
? ?
?' 'I amman
?
"Elect
nor >. 11 ' '"> "urnliy
-
-? la ; night
I
1
a vrai i
-
Smith Veteran ol Mall.
. cei -1
?
old new ipaper n i
Hall I
go, bul Mr.
?
? ?
?
Hi
?
I
'
ici atic l '?<;'??
O'Dv
Mi
YANDERLIP SEES
BIG TRADE CHANCE
Patience and Hard Wort
\re Net did Pof South
Ameritan Field.
MANY DIFFICULTIES
TO BE OVERCOME
Patronizing Altitude Must It?
abandoned lit-ttvr ship
pin? Essential.
"Oppoi tunitiei .?'"i Rei P"i
ander
mad?
... .
??XI v
led ii
ich informa
..I?: ?.,
. ?\meriea.
Uh ' i andi rlip tal ?
?
i
t ti id? ? iih tin
... and will
.
fort to
he a
ig .. tor oi
..- -, "that we are
' ihen t.t
haracl
tnxl <?? political attitude.
? .,?
? h
I leridan ne ..
? ?
mmercial mat te; ? ?
? li oui ?m r
? that while
thi hV"!,,<. oi our own great compet?
rfoui -
? ? foi - ? . tlmi i
mHi u.. m the r-? ' ' ave beei demon
?'-'I then i ?
I p< t manei I
Id lh< lion's
iportant u?'1'.
Rrsoiirrr?, I rider??! ?mated.
erious obstadas in
oui way, Air. Vauderlip ??ay-, ha? hrr?
- patronisi
\m< i i
'! ? \ ..? .nil o eon
, "\\ are arc b .
: .' lar^r?
a Ru x
?on in
that there are
?
enl thai .?
.
Uut a I i
, but ?mull
may do in Hie
i later?a! t.-i
.
al ivorld.
and
, and
gr?a a*arda
peo ? ?r h 0
I
irtant elera
. ro : .1
? I
?o. ana that ? . hu\i> to
?
iper capital to be
d, France,
iei 11,any. It inr: ?
the competition ol
. ng perhai
pay, alt
?
- rate <? wag? . We
at ?r?.
merchant
or than ire v.iU
permit
; 1? operate | our fla?.*
equal i y with
;, ?? i. tip ' 0 PO
' -
?
,? v >- mu
trie wh ?
? ? chief
in tel
? ? ..- aid. '
ly to build
trade in
? ? . ?
? labor
', though
?
illy to
te in the world' neutral mar
to ii that home
? vorable for the
? rade re the
the 1
Combinatioi Neeeaaary.
.. I] manufai I
handicapped by
our nal ioi al attitude v
' . I .nanufacl
-
I. e x te m al I ? ?
wi tin?l the difficulties if the Iteld in
in' ilil>-,
?
matlict hit>
e rang? of
um. 1 combir - with
. . to el
?
.. meet the
?nation ?.!' Kuro
? combinat
ay to eeoi omical distribu
.? '
lent aid ii. '
?
I
? of for
com?
ivoi 01 I oth ol the fo
heet.
..re to
commercial
The Arnheim Twenty
Is Astonishingly Good
lew men will believe bo line u suit t/^n be bought
toi ??> little
$20 To Measure Only $20
Hundred? of foreign und domestii .luth-* in d||
weave? and I Ml S advance patterns. amples un rrque-t
Broadway
Ct% 9th St. ' ?" " '? m
JVrnt?^tm
??iiiiiiii.iiiiHiiiiMm.iti'i -'.iiiiiiiiiiiim:
| Fir?t rVtortgage ( erlifica!? -
5%
2 Guaranteed
S100?or More
I New York Mortgage & Security Co. I
?E * ta'1 ?
j. But? i . , i.,-,. =
2 i aollal a:,,I r.,,rn|?,. ?.? ym.Ollil ?E
? ISSaVT4>4adway 203 MoOtalfaM
S New York Brooklyn
"tlMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIlltlIiHllllllll?
nur anl
Hereto) ore Euroi ha - '?? en a ?
?
lio ? i ? ?
taire ?
bei-ii lr
CABINET MEMBERS
TO GO ON STUMP
While President Wilson Writes
l rtters, Bryan Will I ead
i our "i States.
?
n a hinfton, Ocl I. Six meml
the Cabin 11 will take I i ?" the
hopa ol
? i.,,, ,,,-,.,? Hou thi ? fall. An
noancament to thi? effecl to ?
r*arded by politi an evidenec
? then
will bi of thi
?
Bryan wi
lana, ' . hn'!
perhapi i ev? ral i ? ? but a ill
keep oui ol New \ ork and IIHno
ee im not i
York State U moi
of tlo
or i he
hip from III
any definite dati
- d,
?II tin
oilier
Me? l ? land tati iltho
'
lin I?
m, and will r
? > u ' ",
Othi
who v
"?
Campaign "Touch" Thwarted.
fi
?
Itepub
MNCRESS AGREES
ON ADJOURNMENT
To I "<l Present Session
Within I wo Weeks
Exodus Earlier.
NOT TO CONSIDER
TAKINCj A RECI s^
Only War Revenue attd Confer
chit Reports l*o n?' Consid
i. (I lav on Autos.
i. .
?
for the adjoui
i. deciding to confii
programm*
.
\ . i coal Ira
? Republic
i ???
,. adjournment
I? i
taken to moi i".-.. 'i I Com
not be
d iv ..r Monday. K will be
?
,,,, . ffi.i I t.. hold
f Congr? : to
Kepubli? ? mud'- ?t cli ;>r.
?
" ar<- not to adjourn
M remain in
? ontinuousl
o, the minority ide.
ti recesa, which
??..ni.I not enable members <>f Congress
. allowanci
' i :t I.
Mouse leaders agreed t?'? ?
toi would I
. Oct ?bcr I
probal * will be reached
rally will
? on by the mlddli
, ... ? r? j-7 pari
?r r.r.i until ;?..! journment.
There wan talk of ? ' pub?
lican ? hill,
comes ironi the finance
1
.'an to
hav.- ' .. up the admii
(inn t?-n foi ?rovernn ?
.
I ? ? ? ?
"ill I" !, "? ith an undei
ir I lei embe"
da) ii ? | be left to
?.id that
? ber,
i ?
?? sub
?
? ?eomnu ruled
?trikii
?
lOWer o'i automobile -ale.-.
? reduced h>
rnment < niploye?, ex?
cept the 1
of ]
? .: ies, and t..
America's mineral waters petTO
lati- through substrata of greater min?
eral health giving properties than is
known elsewhere in the world.
C L Y S M I C
"King of TtWe Werten"
Mas no ???uni
Bccid? I
au Id tai ? tail liquoi dealer
?
, tor i hompi on, of K i
- i jallo i i" Il 25 on
?al bon-J and i<-' I
POTASH ALARM NEEDLESS
Export Says Fertilizer Stipplv
Is Sufficient
the p"'n -Ii itu ttioi
Iment of the a orld'
g tu Dr li. J. Wheeli
? ?
urn I r
fir. Wheeler *?ys th \ 'i-rm
for a time, <vt Ka.-'. ea|.?all)
?
hhie fi
: though tl
a.-li not
?
- rop .
"H "
war n
lacking
-
element) to draw effectively o
....
to feed and clot '
ilturul pro.
_
GARY CUITS SOUTHERN
Retires from All Enterpi
Except United States Steel.
Vs. II. Gary
?
Coi poi
it - 1
year, and lu? recent
from the board i
V
I
"' ' '?tu I
.
"lontt?.
c.
MORE UPSTATE RETURN
Pluralities of Primary Wir
nor? Slightlv Increased.
?
i
?? 01 ?
:
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II
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THE number and variety of vv-edding gifts shown at Gorham's
are what make it the greatest silverware store in the world.
desides articles designed onl> lor tin Gorham stores, there
endless designs which the Gorham factories supply to Ihc ?.?OO
leading silverware stores of America.
When you buy a wedding
present at Gorham's you get
the benefit of all this Quality
and Variety as well as of the
economy i neiden 1 to such a
great volunn of production.
The individual pieces and
specially designed sets arc
practically without limit.
There is something <>t ?\ en
si/c and almost any prie? .
THE
GORHAM
CO.
Si ? ? ? G
FIFTH AVENTE \ 3otli STRE1 '
17 19 ?I MDl s 1 ?NI
?ir^-^z,?Gorham Standards '

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