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THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 18, 1920.
r HARDING SKETCHES HIS CAMPAIGN MAP ?j.onl;insr Dates and Subjects of AdrlrYssen Provide End- less Task. 'HARDING IS 0. SAYS JOE CANNON ORIGINAL PLANS HOLD Nominee Will Cling to Front Poreb, With Occasional I rips to Rig Cities. I,, a i"alt rnrre.ywaVt t Tn " New Vk WW IH ICaJUOK. Ohio. Ai. 17. n-tor Har W sat or many hour to-day with Urtt of his campaign managers bending ,ver a crudely mad chart .pread out on kitchen tabla on the eecond floor of the I ... nest door to hla residence. They , i he bo.trd of strategy making the v ,r map of the campaign aa far a It , teemed thf Senator's own part wlth , DOOtltM were WW H. Hays, chalr r sn of the National committee ; Senator ) irr,. s fj.w, chairman of the speakers' ( areau, and Albert Lnaker, n charge of tin4!gn publicity. They manoeuvred mill evening over the chart. writing tea, namee of delegations, cities and Mill and subjects of speeches which the frnator will deliver. That map to-night, defaced aa It 11 . .v . ,r. nf blue rvencil markings, MBM up the programme of the party and I lt orgaii Nation throughout the country, j to far aa the nominee's participation la onoerned, at leaat until October 1. The fc.hedule la not completed and the , ilea are not ready to be announced, but It m stated great progress was made. The problem they were trying to solve T.aa hw to work Into about seventy rays many hundreds of speaking dates 10 satisfy demands which are pressing ir-orn every State, county and city. Flnd t,w the puiile Impossible to solve, the Senator and his associates began a process of e'tmlnatlon and tried to make k selection of the more important re- ' ,uU. j Much prorree. was made, although Per.a'.or Harding remarked when he rime out of the chamber that It was a j -.ask which would require the tulc-ats of ; Chautauqua lecture mananger. Rate were assigned tor delegation j '9 visit the front porch : the subjects of i the Senator's speech to each delega tion considered a- I c question of hla dstes f.-ir lipeaki: s awsy from Marlon it-re civer In detail. One of the most. 1. ill: task? is to fit tho subject to the delegation The chart was still Incotr. ; to-night when Mr. Hays left to catch a train back to New Turk ard St i v.or New rtarted Chicago. TV: rehedule will not be mryle pub'lc until it ib completed. I.nmie Speech Angrn.t 2S. B....o., Utelinir .Hllver 111 Im portant add-.-ss di-altrg with t'.c Whole I Mlbject of the League of Nations when 1 Facet the RepObUoan orsnnlzationv of It dlanapoM w)o will visit his fnnt Dt r BO AugiiFt S Or. that occasion Ih ei-atnr will de-.l much more fully I i ,ih the Lcr?ue and the foreign rei.- iom si.ije et than he dw in the aooept aac poefh r l.as since The ri-.e.-isare t.- lab.)"- Will be given from the- porch m Lahor Day Many -vlnt demands for Labor Day ad 4n if ea have lren received, but the i tor't. Snal decision If to rnslte thai j itch tn the laboring man who hive re r htm since he became ar. employer ' i :ih whan he ha? lived and a sen ' 'or twenty years. On Baturtli y. Bepternncr 4. rnairman oi ine ncpuu..- i y -i-l means commit a of this j -t ' to t' e number of fnrty-elght. WtJl vtn't the Senator and he wu: aisrc- rltl them cmpatgn finances. The question of Jest how many . will be delivered away f'ptn Mnrj'.n his not been fully determir. t Tt.ete will be several. Senator Ntw Mid the r tugTamme t far at" It is corr. tleted dt--i r.ot mark any d partv-re from the original plan laid do? n a few dayi after the Senator was nomlnatd. Thi front porch Idea will dominate thrnufh the campaign and there wi!I be t!.! occa.eiontil visit with OLe or two rreeh on each trip. Thi norelr.ae will cond-ict a dignified iarri.ai(rr.. Senator New said, no matter , vhiit antics Gov. Cox may perform. I H a ".i rl that he believed there was i - rig more Important for a candi .:, In this situation than to try H H eh the Amen. nr. pul:lc to sayj "Jbr.mie." The .-'tnator stopped his work several timei to d:s.".s briefly other stJ5je:is v ith hla caitera One wa Henry C. Wallace, of Des Molnea, Iowa, publlahor i f the TValPu e Farmtr, who wlli han'l'e i the farm campaign from the Chicago h-dquai-era Brig.-Ger. W. W. Atter bttry, vice-president of the Pennsylvania JUilroiri. who performed distlriguished strvl I n Europe In charge of transpoi . tatloa for the A. E. K.. discussed briefly tk( railroad situation. Calh Him Man of Ability, Courage and Judgment. '.!. tn Turn f, v ... New Voaa Haaai.ii. Chicaoo, Aug. 17. "Uncle Joe" Can non, the dean of Illinois Republicans, lcoking the picture of health, dropped Irto the Republican National Committee headquarters to-day for a chat on She national situation. Settling Ills black cigar more Ormly In one corner of hie mouth, he began : "I am constantly asked by the voters of my district and elsewheie: 'Lo you know Harding?' I tell them I know blm very well. And they uak: 'Ho' about htm?" 1 atn glad to reply : 'Harding la O. K.' "I have been Intimately acquainted with Warren G. Harding for years. He Is a man of the gTeiteat ability, pos sesses great roursge. and. better still, Is long on good Judgment. There'a a time for courage a vuluable trait In private -nd public life hut mot valuable when cne Is elnihed with power, as Harding ha been for many years, and as he un doubtedly will be for many years to ARTICLE X. APOLOGY IN BAKER ARGUMENT Secretary Tries to Prove V. 8. f iinr Pm4iniiA Ai A mrt If muot vuuuuur ' aim i& It Slights League. BLAMES HARDING, LODGE ROOSEVELT'S TALK WHITE NOT TO QUIT AS PILOT FOR COX The the musket over the door, a pro tector of tho public Interest, and It has j been Invoked only when legislative art ran counter to public Interest and de- flWTTiP I If ITODUDUrp ilr- 11 took ,iib'r nd capiui out of MlKo ABlubliffllHi 1 , s-rrof iUTrr:. their work with guaranteed protection , to the injured and me aepenaenia "i Bepn oilcans at Capital Doubt ;ymp7nVp'naius' upon the fac- Itory which was careless in operation, re warding those which established aafe gusrds. It reduoed the average of ac- , olilents. preserved life and limb nnd brought Into mill, mine and workshop a .lilt.. ' t.nLnwt, I SSA. PRODIG L Vi'TTH EPITHETS 'ed the agency of mediation between HEALTH ClOOD, HE 8AYS capital and labor. It reduced oocupa-; tlonal disease. It Imposed penalties i ' Says We Are Tnabla lo ?re-'senator Johnmn Expected to J-V.. nnrr5son to Anmg(i if He Knows Meaning of the League. Democratic -Chairman Denies Rumors of Friction With Leaders Here. serve Our Own Peace, Much Less That of World.' CoLfMBtts, Ohio, Aug. 17. Formal announcement of his purpose to discuss Take Vice-Presidential Can didate 4.o Task. Pee. ml in Tim 8cn am. New Tosa .iim:.:'. children from the long dally task that Injured health, it reformed our child ! labor laws. In short. It created conn d'ncif In government it demonstrated that the new order was not only liuma- I urlan but economically sound. In every contest between progress I Candidate's Tour in the West. George 'White, chairman of the Washington, Aua. 17. Republican and reaction, whether Htate, national or Democratic National Committee, denied i the Oe-M I .,m. of 'politician, here ar. Inclined to be a mused : ' f'' "fh from Ch ,0 - ' ' . . .. j.- rry mucn me same, xor lorwnm i ,. u. , , ,i the objections" urged sgainst American ; rauier .nan inoeneta uj me urau Jb aWM), urrounded by articulate mis- j """" " " HARDING NOT COMING TO POLICE FIELD DAY ... .. ' ........, it.- nn arhl.h are .i i. i... ,,..,. BMt ' rhalnnanahtn. The story gave T'.'titlRlpatlon In tr:c league 01 .x a lions, " " ' ......... ... .,, .im-.....- - . k . . . . , t.-ln m.'n in h, tPranklln D. Roose- ordinarily the evidence of nelliah desire i health as the cause and Intimated that was maue. to-.iay oy oecretarr rwaer i w , ..o.i . A. the War Department, speaking before t. Democratic .-.c.-Pre.ident.al can- ' .t reoTu.red Government Intervention the Ohio State Democratic convention. I dldate. in his stumping tour through the , K,Uj. uarfSt whin Mt 8taW- The "When the suifgeetions based on par-:w"' T1ey aay that his intemp.rate reople gave their moral strength tn make tL-an feelins have been swept aside." I IMW In hi. speeche. In North Da- r, actlonary r.sarded it 1 kota vatarrtST n ilch he called the revolution, Mr. liaker said, "there remain but 15 I Itepubtlcins ' liars" lor saying that th "Turning from State to world affairr, aj wu not peace and harmony between Chairman Wlilte and Kaatern leaders In the Democratic party. "Look at me. Do I look sick?' de manded Mr. White when newspaper men asked him about the report. "My EGYPTIAN DEITIES - s 0 at culture and nement invariably hUSs Deities to any other cigarette. 30 Emnlre elven six voles In the the progressive would now bring an end' , , o7.Clon to "n. for the United to International anarchy. He would re- h"1 very good .thar.k you. and Mensjijvp From Hays Says Sen ator Will Re T nable to At tend August 28. Senator Pat Harrison, director of the Democratic speakers' bureau, left last night for Columbus to confer with Gov. Cox regarding the Itinerary for hi WID H. Hays, chairman of the Re publican National Committee, tele graphed to Potto. Commissioner Rich ard E. Enrlght from Chivig, yesterdav that Senator Harding would be unable to attend the police field day at Oreves end Bay August tt. Senator Harding was li.vlted at the same time as Oov. Cox, who ha-i accepted. It had been understood prior to Mr. Hays's tele pi am that Senator Harding would be unable to come. John W. Week., ex-Governor of Massac husetts tad former Cnlted States Senator from that State, who I. assist ing (?halrir.ari Hays at Republican Na tional Committee headquarters, charac terised a. "little short of Impudence" the attacks of FrarUlln D. Roosevelt on ;ho so called "Senatorial groip" for their activities In advising m the con duct of the Republican campaign. Sen ator Weeks', statement reminded Mr. Roosevelt that he "owes his nomination tn Tammany Hall." The Young Man's Republican Club will meet r.t the I'ennsylvanla Hotel at 3 o'clock this afternoon, when CoL Thomas W. Miller, director of the Re publican r.iticr.;)! rpenkers' bureau, will add rMi the members. Ale.'k J. falconer, mxnegr of the ;. avatt Bull HoOM 'ompalgn In the Northwest In 1912 ard who was elected to the lower House of Congress on the Bull Moose ticket in Washl.igton that year. Is lr Ntw York, and his services a speaker m the Ke;ublican cam paim hue nam aceptcd by Col. Miller. An executive advisory' hoard com posed of prominent vo:rn writers has beer, orgj'.ied by the women's division "f the RapuhUcan speakers' bureau, in cluding Mary Roberts Hlnehart. Anna 9teM Rtchartlaon, Mabel Coliytr. K Ixebeih FTaSitr, Margaret MGlffert. ("nr.i.r:e Roosevelt Robinson and ethers. The nam-s of 0BM 2,000 women who wl'.l be ivrilabie as speakers are being card Ird-xfil Co! Miller baa gone to Phlladelphli to corfer with Senxtor Boies 'enrc re?ard'i g the Se-.itor' psrtlclpation hi the campaign. It was ; r.rouncd yes terdav tntt Stat, duties will keeit Gov. Coo idve near Bogton and that he will be unable, tbeiafora, to speak at present except In the vicinity "f Massachusetts. or three points which really dewrve se- Rritisl I t I f I n. nn . I..Bm. ran" cooMoeraion. in iuu - ; .....k.i.i. . . u- i .... u.. nr .,r l. tttMn ..... ... ... a.MMil SUte., U typical of the sort or misrep- uiueny nntiuuitia. " ' " Itant of these Is that which Is address rwntaon Kh, .,, ,Vl:l0.rau are re- take from any potentate the facility to any uistord between myself and leader to Article X. of the covenant, which IgflrtjBg to In a desperate effort to stem declare war over night. He would merge KM m elsewhere." article, the President has said. Is the , the ever Increarlng trend of public opin- i"wsmisi huim wis ' heart of the hoi. matter lon ga!r.t Pragidagl Wilson s league. assc mllon. The progressive has faith heart of the who,, matter. j Mr H0lU,volt dMUrcd with a grcnt in tae awakened moral seme of clvll- "Slnoe .Senator Lodge and Senator , fhow ( njnteoj, d!K..ation that the Uwilpa He ansn.rs captious olijectlon Hardlrr have both repudiated the lodge' Hnhiir.in, tain that ihev were "liars'" wltli an expressed confidence In liuman- reserva Hons, for which they both voted. , 1 ..-ause Ureal Hrlt-iin has onlv one votx Ity. He would stop the flow of reiurce western sneaking tour, which ho will I , It doe. not seem llk;-'y that these parttr- n tl, Council ue ,he LaagU. of Nut ons. lo tlie building of armaments. He would take up after bg has spokm in New Itilar reservations wIV figure in the cam- He tailed to aay, however, that the Re- .ubMuule the gOTarntMntal agencies of yorR anrt ,t a numb, r of other RagUrn Ipalgn except as lllu.tratlon. of the tae- publicans, who killed Mr. Wilson'. i Jinanlty and education for the tt point.. tics used to deteat ratincatton oi vn. :. ji:e In the Senate, iinlnte'l out that in .ir' nam oi numnii cesirniMni ne it- .'ai;w liarrlxm aniioi'.nce.i tr.'.'. treaty." 1 the General AseemMy of the leugue. JOCtl the treed of selfishness personal. : e'enator Jones of New Mexico and Rep- Asserting that the whole question no a-hlch all questions before t he council national or International, and believe, j reaonUtlte Dan V. Stephens of Ke haBged upon Article X., ilr Baker de-injy appealei by either party to a that Almighty God Intended the mtlu- braaka have been added to the list of; voted himself to the discussion of that . d.gpute lho Writ , gmpir. hag six noe of moia! right eotisneai ghtuld not national campaign sieakers. Scnatm section of the covenant, saying that he yotee t i o'e for the Tniied State. leUereO by boundary lines. He be- Owens of Oklahoma will be here to-d i dM not believe there could be any Thg Mhtlaa Is expressed here among H'VOl that government should be as , fo confer with Chairman White, league of peace or disarmament without I rtepuMi. ans that Ml Roosevelt has human gg humanity ItgelC, He learn by Thomas Wade, national commltteemai. j Vthe equivalent of Article X. in the cov. ; ,lthrr nrve. re i(j n,,. Wll.-on covenant experience, ana II WU. nim inat evolution , trorn DKlahoma, Is Rere airea.ty. anu en-.nt accented as a common principle'..,. ,. ... l.i; ,tnn rr, . r fon-intlon ' the tr.umpl. of to-day ever the my.-. ,k dared yesteri'.aj that Cox will get and obligation by all nations of the j Iur:iillhed Mm bv Democratie propa- t'r,l' of yesterday and ti.at the divine j every Democratic vote and many Ro- earth " s'ay. Critic. Ml.read Article X. "These who criticise Article X.. h1" ! dee of the leagu -covenant as those who said, "ml.-read into it some sort oi ,e.lr h studied II rare fully. tliat It phVOM the mllltarj' power of the, Jt , understwHl here that Senator Hi I'nlted States at the disposal of thelJBm j0hns,,n (Cat), who led the figh: Countil nf Nations and will require lr ,ht. Sf,iat(, .,Blt(nst (f p Kjx ,0 Cnc fea Amerlcan armies to be sent overscan io;lure 0f th, Wilson covenant will not enforce g-.arcrteeg of Article X. without )et ,hr votprs of the West and middle consent of the American people. But ! West forget the real lcIs when the there is nothing whatever in the cove-; tjrm for votinr n t Preeidcntlal can r.ant which seeks to change the power ' (j1d.ues comes in Ncvemher. Senator riven by the Constitution to Congress gandists or el.ee that he is deliberately ' "n win mj Irving to mislead voter, who may not ho our pressing forward, and not going .,n a .,. io,,. iniries- backward. , . well I7I9TU OI VUl 111; ... Ilefeuce of I. ramie. Gov. Cox's defence of the League of Nations followed closely his previous rpevches ot recent elate, includ.r.a Ihg speech of acceptance. He charged Kualn that the stand of Senator HsrdinK merely is the "monstrous proposal that a separate peace ought to oe i.mue with Germany," and tlieie wan much Uetno- pirbllcan vote. In that State. Nathan Straus cabled Vranklln D. Roosevelt from Enrojie. where he has been atterrtlng the Zionist International Conference, that he has decldd to forego his Intended trip to Palestine an. I return to America to assist In the Demo cratic campaign. alone to declare war. "While it might well be that In the early rta?' s ot the operation of eo great a prln-iple it might be nece.sary for the Great Powers to ihOW the sincerity of Johnson Is expected to take the s'jmp r.,;.. ,, ri.,. .... u lr behalf of the Republican ticket and ..j rty( ,u you Ult, aasuranC. that this tc lay particular stress upon this tea- , dlshcnotablt- deed will not be perpe ture of the league. j irated. There are two very important ' reasons . K.i l Warren G. Harding will not SAYS G. O. P. HELD UP REVISION OF TAXES i ttf ?" FEFX fresh and zippy ? Most likely you have just cleaned your teeth with Colgate's. It's safe to use every day. Ihe'r edherenej 11 by actually enforr-, AAV I X TTMf UUO UTPUT nAve ,:"' chance lo do it. Ing It am such . far the j I.I I & I 1 li IVIj H P V T III j I second 1 will not insult 2. United State H eonoerned, would have; v Via unuiWUUW 1 a wag aor, by 4oing it myself." FOR OHIO'S 24 VOTES Pomerene of Ohio Charges Cowardice to Senators. to be ad. hissed to the sound wisdom of ! CongTc'L.-. Meanwhile, the league, wtth jout Cciiff'ftss'onel action, would be able In all human Bketthool to make the J guarantee rff-ctive by mere weight of ! its morl -nd economic power.'" 1 Without Ar.lcle X., Mr Biker said, i "the league is vain.'' while with it the league becomes a g'eal. modern, ctvll- ' l.ed agency," working to bring the I not words. I w.i rid into "Just relatlonehlp. oc Cox Coh:mbi'. Ohlfi, Aug. IT. Reviewing j reasons why the Democratic party i flOO.000 , demed It Iteceneary that war revenue I ng It rnyseii. laws be changed as soon after the sign- 1 fhe crowd seemed to like this confl- , ing of the armistice as possible. Senator lent, determined attitude simI there 'Atlee Pomerene (Ohio) asserted to- were such calls from the delegates aa: ,jay Reout'.l'nn members of the- Senate i "Don't you do It Jimmy." Finance Committee "sent out an edict! I Senator Harding's statement that Uiat rt.vfnue iaws w,.r, not to x changed I after pea e had been ree.Ubil.lied an ur,; afer the November elec'.lon." effort would be made to enter Into a I ..Tnpv Mr. ,he effect of nv new relationship wlUi the other nations urM ch,nKea on the minds of the 1 Performance, after all. tl the test, of the world was rid. uMd by Oov. lux. vote durln th Presidential cami.algn," I who asserted ll.at alter a sepa . t- , j,omerene Any party that Is too j r&p.Hn-fd from Ftrff Pnpe reviewed the eoni'mop pea-o ws insuimssi mc "ie. . i ,ri1,v , nr ,h., kin ! "This li the article of the covenant i hlch led up to the adopt.on of a new tiotis .aia nave ncimn, to uo ,t , ?rcMn.ict. and when thero Is' I which. It Is s.ild. need, to be American- constitution for nhlo. picturing how. In us." j no doullt arTione Bny of the parties as! I lied." Mr. Baker said. "It is American j :h. years that the State developed from Asserting that the Democratic posi- ! lo ,u exlatence. I. not to be .trusted to 1 We Invented it and applied It arming I an agricultural to an Industrial common- tion as regardk the Leaque of Nations ' eB)glato for ,he ,untry after the elec- i jourselv-e: we fought for it a. the car- wealth th scheme of government had t, to"accept reservations that Interpret." t,on .. gfj rmocratlc Senator declared 1 Idlr.al prtodple at Iss-.'e In the world not moved for vard. . f0;r.g "ao far and no farther." Gov. I f y- afnii,r of their acta before I (war; our Preaad.nl formulated It and "Injustice was apparent he sale, -1X declared that the league covenant tw. ,,rton he added. "It ia due to ' .i ... Ita nrinr inU and ! "Powerful Interests that were prortttnr .m.ia ratified as soon as Pisihle I ... . j... . .... I io.c.ci hp c........ . .. i w i .....,.,i ,k..Ip in ine iac-i uihc c.irj uiac. uac u.c i.iceiiiaeiioe : its pun of. art thoroughly American." by the existing status exert-d thjlr In- fter March 4. 'of the voter." I 11 fiuenre no itica and otherwlsf. and. t.u .i ,.i . ... i , ai r,i.i. I1' . ..... ... . ia .. ,o hrme .hmit fimdamen- ! Sr....Z.-ZZ: DlMUnegag nneny tne tongue or Na A T III is. lie unre . ! war Mnuncea. Transportation Crisis. The wrld Is fsrlng a trarsportatlon r!t.i r.en Atterbury snl(L as nothing fis ben added to the railroad facilities Mnce thi war er ded. The whole subject rr :t he dealt with smnely, he said, and H'led "!n its relation to the political que. Keni of this ye.r I feel thnt Senator Harding, candidacy and the pro rri.mme of the RegHlhllCan party rep f"nt assurance of that careful, enn Dderate .nd con.trurtlve att tud that t abeolutely nereaeary to deal with the rre.blem The Intereets of labor, of cap-I'-i! i.n.l of the public are all certain to h best served by the Republican pro gramme. The finance, of the nation require reform and vigorou. retrench Ihent A primary neceaslty 1. a thor i Ighly developed budget system ex '.'Ticllr.. to all Government departments. ' M any well conducted business finis necessary. Public utilities end I il biiflncss cannot be properly rved unless a sound policy controls (: rnm.nt finance, during the coining iry Ir'trest of the lend pnd of the T rte. out for the estxlh:ishn,.'nt of U I'.ty and sour.dncs In this country, fif this country la te-day the itaff by which our modern civllintion must re : rted us it llinpr bjck toward the i of progres. from which it haj J " -. Irawn aside In the laat six year. " Accompanying Gen. Atterbury" were, ""ar.l M. Hanna, Jr.. of Cleveland, Ik of the late Mark Hanna. Ice Dealer. Surrender. a'.uai. Tea., Aug. 17. All the Ice which dls-on'a'nued deliveries ,; Saturday In face of threatened inn of prop.teerlng unlea. they met ' demand of Federal official, that ice r-t..ied at 15 cents Instead of 0 its. rsumfd deliveries to-day, (elllng the reduced nrlce. OHIO'S DEMOCRATS SPURN EX-GOVERNORS Convention Slights Harmon and Campbell. O t.i'MBT s Ohio, Aug. 17. The Demo rat' v igr purposing to carry Ohio for Cox and RooooTfcW and eject the Dmoermtk State ticket wu formally liunch.'d here to-day at the party . Sute oocventiocv ifn. ..rtcnfioTi r.elrnte.i a nlatform pledging the party, if returned to power in Hie Sv.te, to rlld economy, ei.actinent oi a debt lii.-.it ; i j n iuw and a mor" eeijil:.Ue J'strihutloii of taxes. It J heard nddrces by Gov. Cox. Secretary oi "'ar Paker. Senator Alice Pomerene and A. V. L'onnhey candidate for Gover nor, in addition to the keynote speech by M. A. Daugh-rty of Lancaategj Twenty-four candidate, for Presidential Elec tor, -vere .elected. t i ., rA'lo.. evnectatinna that l .9. id.,, f i r the two forme- ffovernors, Judaon Har mon and James E. ( ampbell, would De chosen as i lectors at large, the conven-n-unt inte. In. rm.K and file and se lected OnCar E Bradf.te of Xenla and James V. Malley of Cleveland. The k lyaote speedi of M. A. Dough erty wa. replete with laudation, of the Democratic n.tloi.al and State admin istration, and criticism of Republican leaders and that party. Presidential rundldate He repeatedly referred to Senator Harding as the "Newberry can didate" and the Chicago convention as the "tCewh.liy co". nation." Mr. Daugherty so. '. "Ohio Democracy wiil keep feith With the national Democ racy Just a the national Democracy has kept faith with tlie rest of the world." STOKES DENOUNCES THE 'BEAR DRIVES' Ex-Covernor of New Jersey Writes to Comptroller. Tk::nTn". N J. Aug. 17. Ill a letter to John Fkelton Wliltum., Comptroller of ClU fancy, tt C S.okes. formerly Gov ernor and pre.-.ldent e.f the Mechanic National Bank of this '.Ity. declare, he hepee the "time will come when some PraeMent dC tlx Dnited S'ate. will put i-.i Jail the people reeponrihl. for these beag drives and the lestrolng of the Investment eamlntr. of the country." "It 1. a perfect, outrare to deatrny values the way it 1. done In the .tock market." Mr. Stokes wrote. "A very small percentage of the actual holding, are ever traded In, bi:t the Innocent In vctor who 1. net selling oattt the value of hi. own stock If he ever want, to eeil. bee. use somebody In Wall Street sell. It short. Bam burning Is a vir tuous occupation compared with this .nor.str.rti. mediaeval robbery of the so- called 'be art ' fluence, political s.n.1 otherwij. ami, Thc cc,nventon adopted I SUte plat- ...... t, i,i r .Imtil '. : "i.-n- t .... . :.r L:.r.u ,,n.;.,c.; orm -ommeiumg 'iov. e,ox. aominis- , pn. enM(,r pomerene chiely dealt with Turning to armistice condition, ar-1 "l. . TVer ougl out the years ;traur,n. incior-ing uie a,M. wwr eapl d bv Oerrnalty. the SecreUty mM : S iJuiiie Pub- W malt?" of i,t ;.l 'he,e nuaatkm. were settled!,, !,e' 2" "V sJHZ ,,T1 t.xatlon the chief issue ol the State once, W. and our Allies accepted the , ..nm-a'sured. Thou- ,T';iB, t'TnZ I KANSAS "EAT KULINQ WEEK." mrrender of the Central Power, on that , ,... K..-.n .min, 1'gn that Is lo be waged b tne Demo-1 declaration (Uie fourteen foinUl of the I . ... .vnt. cratic candidate for Governor, A. Victor 'President . tin exi.res. eoncltlon. ul ,nrt labor faced eaen other with Donai.ey. the preaent State Audltoi. "The long delay in rat ilcailon Of traotioni ,roud bv industrial truge- v. hose uxord is one of money aaving treaty has appeared to break to the I dJf fc jodfcfei pracUce. were a reproach lor tje taxpayers Donahey was one of befrt o' the world the promise which ' . . . . redounded to the ad- the sfnileer. to-day vp- ' 1 "',,h llp' rh,a delay .- n4 atnms .,n.: InJim t . the In addition UK eonreatiol selectee! nd ilia rOUtm I - i ISMf.rw.fn.il. nmeera.tle Presideiiti.il settlements were under duress." elector who wiU make the race in No- Gov. Cox paid tribute to Theodore yam her. They were chosen by the vari es du to Senator Lodge si j robin and hb reservations : It U due to i !sr-tor Harding -.nd hi.-, associates who orc.t u .th Senator ixsjge for reeeiva-. , ..nhtlnin that h - At this e.o. ,'itrit ililinartiMis at .hi. . tio'J Whkh they have not rep-,idlated. I . . . .. m(nst " that this t,. ader of progressive thought "delivered ,;tx rtU remain In Columbus to- South Bend, Ind . for rsday. i:-t tie Democratic party in it. fr I Fr i. a Im , rltfr, has restated AMe.. lTot hU Vheory i. .-ause Our Candidate he, with should go farther than the re- , lzZL n Si ivlhily an. dire; tness decta-ed his . ,. n te .llilolHrv ttnd establish the,;"1'0' now it 'or on .no. ,'n'ifi onr i.'kk ur u . .... . ... ... .. . ' , -. raci ny oi remaning ine ejecision oi me; ririnr.T rtnPr g AtfX' lay ng. 1 favor going te.' FOREST FIRES RAGE K vmer i . to partielpate In inter- .Avh ,nin,,., rjetermlned." the Demo- . 1 " Mr ,Ba! the! cratic nominee declarod, "a majority of ON PACIFIC COAST beginning must be made before the ce-, ettjunshln. without nrard to ' - . .. .. .. . , ... i -. .... ...... .r -k - . - mflll IS l n ;!'..; uunia mc i . v .' world ir.to a family in which eh- la not a member. National Interest as well a. Northern California, Wash ington, Montana Menaced. "arty, cbU'.ne-l a constitution--.! conven tion, which, after combating r i.rtlonary , . , , i element. pr.?.ic.-efi new .-on' tuijuon pora wm umwu mam ww to be ratified t a p-clal ehction. - Fun- C Of. - mat. mm, ..l,l "Our action Will throw the determining ,4 b majorities a. high as 170,-1 , Sa?j T1 K'"- 17 flr7 weight Into the sca pan for America ; nnn v. I have assumed sirious proportiors In as well as for mankind. ' the Secretary . continued. "The question is whether, Harding I. (looted. The Democratic candidate continued : America being in the world shall be of it. whether she shall cooperate with ether civilized peophjs In the maintenance of peace or shall draw herielf exclu sively Ds.de. allow the rules of the . K, K ,,.. t rned rrom its OM organic law nnd ti game of life to be made by other, and . . . " . . , - v .... - , i ' v. safeguards and votfd for rad cal sm cosmic 'and moral power be again J hTr .l"d ""w' T?"! 2 f obliged at eve:, mo-e frightful cosT to hflr ,!"ber"t V e retain the legls- surpend the processes of her life and VT,. . , ,lvy,,. . " . nc-thern California, the Pacific North West and parts of Mvntana. In Washington more than TioO men are ...i , , . N I.r '. .. .M.I .... On the morning after the election War- Z T , " "T 21, "JZZ Z i . .ti. Thursday near Enumclaw, and another ren Q. Hariing mane this announc. ment : "Ohio by a majority vote has d from Its old organic ht nnd Its set.d her sons to die In a struggle which the weight of her word, given In ad vance, would have sufficed to prevent '' substituted l.wmaking at the hallo'. box. We have declared property rights subject to the law of those who have Are la menacing the main line of the Chicago. Milwaukee and 8L Paul Rail road. Brisk winds are fanning fires on the Lassen and Trinity National forest. In northern California, and several hun dred men so far have been unable to check them. Four larse ttnoontrolh d fires are burn o.e i , .... .... ... i j v.. ...... i , . a , . . . . ,T1K Oil IH. C .1.1 II .... ."..." .I'll I ...CTJ-L ... none, and opened the way for Social- Istlc rule and reign In municipality ogid ," m' ,,.,,,. ., ,..,..-, State. The revolution In Ohio dates , ln -iilorelhe county. Wasl.lngton, from Se ptember I. 1912. Our own tVr;,,t T urn;n'nrn houM ZZHL .. .h.t i. mdie.,1 and school buildirgs and farmers .re act on ln this campaign. " Mr. Baker TuewUv wl!! v toh,wti by confil.t m"v,nE their household good.. "i'. , ., ., . a . . after conflict until a Socialistic rule is . . . "If we maxe It the builnes. of sUtee- ,h..Ki.. .e.,ii.h. nhin k. k. Elhh Plagtoe Ca.e Congrmed. .peenlate. on Tfe.t War. When the next war might coma "de pends in large measure upon us and our , we n.r n ce. nUe oi sea.- thorou.hiy established. Ohio has bro-! men to aven war ana equip tnem with ken hfr moorlnts. The revolution Is Galveston. Tex., Aug. 17. Conflrma agencle. whereby war may be averted M, n lnB rti.t-n0,ig or the elrhth cfl. r T i? . tv . Gov. Cox at some length told of hi. of bubonic plague here wa. announced VI hile Americana sioke of themselves ork )n puUln. , new consOtutlon Into by the United States Public Health tier as I peaceful people. Mr baker sail, e(fwt wMh the emUami programme vice surgeons to-day. Another case I. Gov. Allen Aake All Citl.en. to Get Ilnay Aagaat 23. Topeks. Kan.. Aug. 17. Gov. Allen Ic-day preplanned a "rat killing week" in Kansas, beginning August 2J, In the j interest of hcaith and of food conserva- , tie.n. The prooJamati.m rsscrt. that at least fun. 000. 000 In foodstuffs I. lost annually In Kansas thrcugl. ravages oftrata and mice. Sound Engineering Nocar ever won a national reputation until its motor demonstrated an ability to make good in the greatest emergencies and under the severest stress. Fifteen years devoted to the development of a motor fundamentally correct in design account for the na tional reputation of Dorris cars. Their motors make pood the road offers no obstacle ! Worris CARLTON MOTORS CORP. 372 Park Ave., at 53H St. Phone Plaza 7331 MmmtxiHum OislriHuort Immediate Deliveries 1 "'.rXli-l "our on history shows that we have that It entailed. t been able to Pre.erv, our own nf oh0 on j.nu.ry II. 1913 ""J!. "JSJ I "rM' b! , monthe following 1U adoption. He became Governor under obrvation. few '"We should be renl not p.-r. the old agencies, which were much I more promising man oenaior itaraing s ..,h(lt we w(r. ought ptnn or no, w n i-ioue nana ana At tlm we fous,lt tf, a-K Big tvcryuuc.y m wm geww uwrsng wn e-harglng that the opposl- the m years siuce ne onioning or ine , WWI ..of financial creation." Gov. A..R--..III' . ..." ' r-,.- nn. I, irl.t M .-. . 1 I I I'nltLd state., had been engaged in civil or foreign wars for about thirty-seven years. "An organisation was formed vnunnrcf-prc -'- liiv j uuugoivi O bytfrom the country moneyed Interest fnahle to gain sup- ; Vcn'll he. eure to arrsnee fer eve. port of newspapers, which used to ad- i . . .. If these episodes In our hl.tory be ' ,. fV. A ' fr,n nf . 1 rified milk at once. Be CYiunUv erfhuTCnging-nTo Knickerbocker Ice to keep the wars and serious domestic dlelurbances. J dlotributed In the counties. It milk pure and healthful. Made we find that out of 1C years of our pUbnrt,ed by Mr. Harding and took frorn four-timen filtered u;nter naUonal existence only 48 have been i ZZZ. r hi. n-n n.ner Ih. Ohm Ir0m ur-timeg niterea Water, years of peace snd 100 have been years of military exertion." he added. "The (tie i.a,,. v. .i. ..-.. ic vniu f . . Star. At every bend of the road we irozen m xeuuiary conrainers found him aligned a ith the opposition. : and delivered in clean wagons. hl.tory of all great clvtllsed Powers - h, n mu,t u ,titfd'tht he sllnnrknta I. .11. P. to Hear Ifardlagf fr far i,, Minn.. Aug. 1. Two hun- 'red Minnesota Republicans wlli go to Mar'on. (inio, August 27 by special train to bear Senator Warren O. Harding. Re- t Publican lh-ealdentlal nominee, make one f hi. front porch speeches. This wa. : announced to-night by I. A. Caswell. nrpnbUeaa National Committeeman nvm .Minnesota. . Y. Mtenra Co. to I..e Vote.. Receiver, of the New York Steam Comranv were authorised yesterdsy by Judge John C. Knox of the I'nlted States Irtstrict Court to Issue IMO.nPO in short term notes to be taken up as soon a. possible by loOO.OOO In receivers' cer- ie.. . mm Th. nnies are to be Issued at once to meet coi hills, and the certifl ratee are to continue the business. The receiver, prevlouslyjj'hsued HOO.Ofg to eer Uf oate., since redejjied. pareliels our own. "If we do net go into the league of I Nations we must continue to arm," the :War Secretary declared "If we are to f play a lone hand It mutj be a strong I hand. We will be but one competitor In 'a untveri.! rr.ee for armed supremacy: clvillsa'lon will Impoverish Itself pre-j parlnir for its nwn i struct ion. ,L L'L.I.. JL., . ..I believed he was right He mistook the I " " nm. "aJ, , ot-ota ; of irejler" fry mrlting Knickerbocker lei ! for drinking, ihr many JmentM and care in making the ice inirc a toft water fret from irritanit. Tel Bryant 3700 B'llyn, Serim 2740. .plrlt of the whcile movement. Still I. Reactionary. "It wa. an orderly process of evolu- Mall Track Driver Held. J John Hayes. 4 years old. of 77 Ninth I avenue, chauffeur of a i'nlted State. I If. .1 truck, wss h.id In IS00 ball yes j terday by Magistrate MrOeehan ln Kssex i Market Court accused of driving the truck while under the Influence ot liquor. t on. He des'gnated It as revolution. I The point, however, I. that he still be lieves In reaction, and I still believe in progress. He designated It as social Inn. The truth of tlie matter 1. that It prevented socialism Instead of weak ening the force, of the Legislature It saved the lawmaking trench. It gave the people the right by referendum to revoke a bad law and thereby removed the temptation to pass iniquitous legis ts tion. "The referendum has proved Itself to Knickerbocker ICE Company JtanbUn Simon a Co. 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