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June 20. 1920
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United States \
WARREN (;. \
of Marion, Ohio,
for President r.?i.,,.,??<
i] V"wboy movie actor, hut William
?"??p Thompson, Mayor of Chicago, who
?wiled the Republican National Conven
? "on ;t* :" Illinois delegate because he
nnikln t tuk to his instruction to vote
"?r Governor Lowden for the Presidential
Warren G. Harding, Unitod
States Senator from Ohio, and
Calvin Coolidge, Governor of
Massachusetts. Both born on
significant dates (Harding, No?
vember 2, 1865; Coolidge, July
4, 1872) in humble circum?
stances, both acquiring an edu?
cation by their own efforts,
both achieving success by force
of character and ability, both
without a stain on their rec?
ords. They typify America?
what it is, what it means.
Vice-Commodore A? iiieliiis Jarvis, of the
Royal 'anadian Yacbt Club, a prominent
I o ron to financier, who will assist in sail?
ing th': Shamrock I?I, Sir Thomas Lipton's
"trial horse," m her try out? with the chai
lenger Shamrock IV Note that both <'a
nadian and Irish yachtsmen afreet, a mus?
tache ari(.' abbreviated goatee, n j i rr. ?*
Memorial Day, 1920, Islay, Scotland. Natives from miles
around gather about the simple graves of those several
hundred fif-hting men, victims of the ill-fated transports
Otranto and-Tuscania, who lie buried on the bleak hillside
at Kilhoman. Scotch pipers played the Lament, the Ameri?
can vice-consul mad? the address and little Highland lassies
placed laurel wreaths on each of the wooden crosses that
mark the res-'iiuT places of these hero dead. /..?,????
Do you recognize him? Perhaps not, in
civilians and straw hat. Colonel William
J. Donovan, former commander of tne fa?
mous "Fighting t?'ith" of New York (which
did such Splendid' work in France as the
165th U. S. Infantry), arrives in New
York after a business trip abroad.
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W^f of Northampton,
for Vice-President .,.?./.?,
William Fellowes Morgan, head of the
Citizens Transportation Committee, which
has put into operation scores of motor
trucks in an effort to move the thousands
of tons of merchandise piled up on the
piers as a result of the longshoremen's
strike. Many of the drivers on these
open-shop trucks are ex-service men.
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