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THE SUN AND NEW YOflK HERALD, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, ,1920.
If it fen poUty mm, U npHB potters of Italy tery unusual for its tex ture, its brilliant oolor, and its ancient flavor of design. The prices are much less than the diotinotlon of the wares would lead you to believe, OVINGTON'S "Tho Qltt Shop of 8th An" 314 Fifth Ave. nr. 32(1 St. TKASCMAM One tmtll serving of SALTO-NUTS, sold in nude txcluiively by liATCl I, will ssthfy more completely thsri UK pound of ordinal ta'ted nu)i. Try them. Tfioie who eat their regularly (and thbuundi do) lay they Ir wonderful. Per lb. (miseJ), J2.15. Italia Chocolatri. 91 .50 the lb, Supreme Chocolatcr $2.00 the lb,! Matinee Idol (Nutted Choto latti),,$2.50 the lb. Mail orders tolicitrd. "Kateh He Peys the Parcel Poit." Four Storeii HersWSqusre 6th Ave. nr. 35 St., Uoadway weit tide, near 45th, 52d, 99l S, The 52J St. store will be opened toon. Phone Fiti Roy 241. SINGERS 'WANTED Tho Oratorio Society of Now York, Walter Dnmroseli, Con ductor, will incronso Its New York membership to D00 voices for its Rccond great FESTIVAL OF MUSIC to be Riven this season at tho 71st HoRimcnt Armory. Ap. pllcants must havo fair voices nnd ability to read music at sirrht. Voice trials will be held Thursday ovonlnir, Sept. 2.1d, at 7:30 ut Chambor Jruslc Hall of Cnrneglo Hall, 67th St. and 7th Av. r REAt - Oeanci14abmaiabi Cuiicura Soap Clears the Skin and Keeps it Clear Smp, Olntnmil. Tdrani, SS. ntTjwbtn Biplrt tn, ft CiU.u. Ubrurt.i,D.,, X, XuS.a, uiu W6 FIFTH AV UP'COR..'WST Open Monday for the Reason, TREND GROWING TOWARD G.O.P. IN MAT i FIGHTS Usually CIooo States Re ported ns Rallying Against Wllsonlsm, WOMEN A RIG FACTOR Rcpulilicnns Hopoto Gain 7 Scats, 'Including Ken tucky and Maryland. ,..i,. ILLINOIS IS IN DANOEIt Lcnroot Looks Snfo In Wlscon Bin nnd Sponccr TIiitih Well In Missouri. Spirit)! in Tim Bum Awn Nmv Vmn Hsui.n. WAsitiNOTox, Sept. 1D,-Wittiln ,mo lost fow days report linvo lenn ro eclved try n.olltlcnl mnnngera In Wnsh inrrton from Ptntes where clmo Bonn torlol conttoti are being waned giving for tho llrst time what I regarded im a (airly accurnto Indication of tho po Mtlfivl comiilexlon nf tho Senate In tho next Congress, These report are es pecially t ncournrjInR to tha llopuimcnn manngors, who n fow weeks ago wero worried about the Senate, In splto of their confidence In tho micecM of tho Prcaldontlnl ticket. Until recently the Dcmocratssocmcd to hove noma around for their hope that thoy might lio able to overturn tha iillm ltopubllcnn majority of two In tho Senate, bocnuno of tho factional d.fforenceH over purely local questions. In several clone States nnd tho uncer tainty as to which way tho now women otura would jro on tho paramount Issuo of tho campaign tho Wilson League of Nations. Uut It now uiipenrs that except In one or two Instances theio dlfTorcncos have tcen Ironed out, and at tho snmo tlmo tho women havo shown In tho Republican Inminlldo In Maine, ns well as In tho New Hnmpuhlro and other, primaries, that they will go to the ex tent of forgiving Republican who op posed clvlntf them the voto In order to register their overwhelming disap proval of tho Wilson policies, Not ony ..H' 1 . 1' iklyuuliCuiiM now ics apprehensive of losing any of their forty n ne stats In the Hcnatc, but they be lieve they have n splendid clumee to Increase their majority. For Instnnce, hey are turning tni'lr attention to Jinry md and Olilnhoma, tjo SUtes whlcn vero not seriously tnlierf Into tholr cn'co. .itlons of the Hcnats situation several woks alio, but which now' hold out pos llillltles of Itrnubllcan Senatorial (tains, s a further Illustration of the Increns ig conndenco of the Republican itnn gers they are getting under way n vlg reus campaign ngnlnst Hcnator Over Man of North Carolina on tho nilmlt dly remote cliancn of picking up a He lubllcan Senator In thut Southern State.t Trend Toward Itettubllonnf, While hemline thslr principal efforts o elect Henator Hardlntc and Oov. Coo liieo on tho Presidential ticket, tho Jto ubllcan mannreM nro not losinK slRtit or n minute of tho fact that It Is tho "onate that must decldo. the nuestlnn of .his country's futuro relations with tho vnr torn world, wncnicr me uimca States shall n-maln truo to Its tradi tional policy of nbBolute Inilepcndenco or action, or enier tne wnson inguo oi Nations. While It would be too much to iiny that tho Sonata Is not In doubt, the trend noticeable within tho .last two Is toward the Henubllcans. L Upon tho leniUH Issue alone the Wilson Democrats ure nmiing memseives in a worse hole than ever. Henator Hoke Kmith. a lukewarm or halfway opponent nt tho Wilson leniruo, wss defeated In the Oeorgls. primaries, which are equiva- - lent to an eleotlon, by Tom Wtpn, hitler end opponent of the lesitue, Ho Hint It appears that tho lesvue advocates cannot find muoh comfort even In .the Democratic, outlook, Of the thirty-four Benatarlsl eUcl'nns to ko held this autumn tuvon are' In Htates now represented by Republican and nineteen In Hflfies now represented by Democrats, Only ono-thlril nf the Hen ate or thirty-two membVs are revuiarly elected every two years, but on this ov fusion there nro two vacancies to be fll'ed for the lonir term, or six yearn, Republican camp In connection with the prernrtveutlon campsltn of (Joy, koWden or Illinois for the Republican Preden tin! nomination has disturbed the situs Hon, but.cn the other hand tho Demo crats are In a turmoil because of thr hitter opposition or Senator Reed, Demo crat, colleague or flenator Mpencer, to tho Wilson Administration, and particu larly tho Ififfue or Nations, Idaho, home of Henator llorah, leader or tho nntMraifitfl forres In the Bennte, Is torn wide open with r contest between Henator Nuuent, Democrat, and former caused by Hie death of Senator Hank- flov. Prank Ooodlnir, 'Republican, who bead of Alabama and Henator Martin or Is iiinnlntf on an antl-l'n fi. t'de . Vlrnlnla, , I The Issue Is clear out and the Republl- Tho Republicans hVvo good chances to cans aro hendlnit every effort tn mnke a sain Henators In Kentucky- Nevada, win there, ne they also are In Nevada, Houth Dikota, Idaho. California, Mary where the present Incumbent, flenator jsnd nnd Colorado, as things look now, HendorHon, la being opposed by former and they may mako a gain of one each Oov, Taaker Oddle, Republican, Tho In Oregon nnd Oklahoma If there should National Women's PArty Is supporting t'0 a Republican landslide for the I'reel- Anna Martin, dentlnl ticket, In Klorlda, Louisiana, ...,,.. ,. , , Arknnsas, Noith Carolina, Houth Caro. AntUMIIson VevH In Colorado, Una", neorgla, Arlsona and Alolnma Thern Is a widespread revolt against ftwn Ponnlora) tho election of Demo, ihn Administration In, Colorado. Hena- rrnta Is ronredd, will; the posslb n ex- nr ThomoH, the present Incumbent, Is a esptlon of North Csrollna, as explained Miong opponent of the leai'e and re- above. That Is to ssy the Republicans ruHtl to stand for renomlnatlon nn the have hope In nine Dtates, Democratic ticket. The Republicans . , . . . hope tn elect Karl O. Hchuyler of Den- Deninerrtts Not nistienrlenrri, Vflr, Representative John Wi Harreld Is To offiet this situation the Democrats ho "W'bllean candidate for the Kenate are enrournged by Republican factional a Oklahoma. Ho has a better ehnnco troubles i to "hM tor m ln of one each t" win than any Republican has had In n North DskoV, Whconil ., WW fe"nt """, ,n ,,,"t H",, b(cu the Utah and Mlrou l-nve Hlntes-wh'irw Intense feel ng engendered In the Dem- hey are making olnlms of further Hen- ocratlo ranks when Benator Ooro was a orlal Va ns In Indiana. Ohio, Con- defeated for ronomlnntlon on tho Dem Hect'cut ami New Your-mor. "ratio ticket by Representative Scott J DemocrMirgnln'.0 In Idwtt" 8tor Reed Hmoot of Utah I. having, WnshlnoS Pennsylvania ' ''Li political life to kep hi ihy Imd a chance-to defeat Hnator mo. The radlca element In thai Htntn Mnssa IN II) on account of his bitter- ,n.Urr. hU IM:,n nn1 ,,,,, lomoornts nd light on thi ? le"5v T and hi" npNv.1. link hy have n good opportunity to 'hm cam- !"""'"'' " nwWim a hard right bolml fought iS fX twenty "t their candidate, Rotie.t Htstes, both sides admit that the com- H"n',n eIV nlsxlon of ,the Hsnato after March 4, l,Pn.0uMS"n,J, pr,ftnct 5! ? "J" icoubllcnn rnilnie Maryland ntid Ken- netnoerits, Senntor rliohn, Democrat. . ,X-' Bena?r JTm0 WaUe7 HinU Democrat. Is a candidate for reelection fe'"""'? "h 1 "n,,U- i Republican Oovernor for the first time J !h" "epubllcah votes on that In many years, and the Republicans have a"1"1""'' trong hopes or electing nichard P, '"ir ""Hies In Three stales. nmrt Covington .who I" running NVw York, Ohio and Indiana are. as MtHnst Henator IJwkhBm. Democrat, nsunl the scenes nf big BenitorUI bat- Oeorge Morrow and 'Tnbe" Ilert. vice- t'es this year. It Is praetleally eonwid. 'iMrmnn of the I enub lean N lonal ll0w,Vfr inilt whichever party elects Its fornmlttee. have token their coats off rrelJenllal tlckot this year also will -nd are dolnsr their level best to win w, 1() Rmatorlat contests In these ,r, h0SVm? J '"I ,e..n.p f.1 P1'"- Vofr f'nk Willis, n Mkst. Roth sldts odmlt that it U a pronounced "dry." Is the Republican ; oe riee. csndldntr In Ohio ngalnit Wllllsm Alex- In South rn,knta Ony Norbeck. Re- nr(1fr jtillnn. Democrat, a "wet" end nt Mibllrnn. Is opposing U B, O. Ch'rry. ,n. ,)rfnrnt wrltlnie the trnd I. tnH democrat, and Is a very strong candl- WiH. Former Benator Tom Taggart date Were It not for th fart that ( rnnnB on t(,e Demecrnlle ticket in there nr two tndop-ndent candidates In Indiana nganst Bcnntor Watson. Re- ho field, one on lit Non-partisan publican. It Is expected that Tnrranrt League ticket. Ooy. Nnrbeek's elecjn wm mae n fln(1 owlnr. running ahead to the B.'nte would seem tn tie a cer- nf inc national Democratic ticket hut talnty. In North Dakota the comnl'rn- ih imut r..nri inini th .i.i or Ion of the Non-Partlnn league, which fltnstnr Wat)n. ".I m t S ,1 Uimiai ft nHin tnm Ihn TFa- . . . . i i-hhiii v.,.,... ,. .m u.o ln aw inrK ioo Honnionai race is pub'lcan nomination, putting FI. V. I.add, between Benator Wadsworth, Renubll n college professor and farmer, on tho can, and Lleut-Oov. llnrry Walker, n-nblned ticket, gives tho Democrats n Democrat The former's opposition to pplendld cnanco for a gain, for It Is ex-. woman suffrage may hurt him, although ertcd that n good many old line Re-1 there hns been no Indication to date that publicans will support the Democrntlo the women are letting this Intertero with nominee, II. II, Terry, rather 'than Ladd. Lrnroot's Clmness Improve. Senator Ienroot has won the Repub lican nomination In Wisconsin over tho bitter opposition of Benator La Folletto, end tho Democrats think they have a chance to profit by the lyinroot-La Fol Intte pqusbbla and elect Paul ft. Kalrisch, former Ambassador to China, but tho latest information Is that Senator Lcn root Is getting the best of It. Tho acrimonious battle between (low Lowdon of Illinois and Mayor William Hale Thompson of Chicago for control of the State hns put Illinois In the doubt ful column. The contest between Rep resentative Frank R. .Smith, who U the Thompson cnmlldato for tho Republican Senatorial nomlnntlon, nnd Representa tive William R. McKlnley, supportod by Lowden, probably will not bo decided until certain sealed ballot boxes are onsned this week. The Renubllcans will have to get busy "making up" th ordor to prevent the loss or a Hcnnto sent here to the Democrats. The Democrats have n good lighting ground In Missouri, where ftrmcr As elstjnt Secretary of State Rrcckonrtdge Long Is tunning on the Democratic tlckot against Senator Spencer, Republican. The State Is always close. Scandal In the You Men of Wall Street Were your words empty words? When you saw The Broad Street Hospital Thursday so pitifully handicapped by limited facilities ijn handling and succoring the wounded when you saw them, lying there, even dying there, waiting for ambulances to take them to distant hospitals You said to yourself and to your neighbor, "Wall Street and lower New York needs, and can and should support an adequately equipped hospital; it should not rely on the charity of other sections of the city." Were your words empty words? Some few have contributed. Are you going to, permit yourself to sink back into the same unprepared, unprotected condition? The Broad Street Hospital exists only to serve you and your employee's and your neighbors. It is yours, here for your protection. Make it adequate to serve you in your moment ' of need. It is your only protection make it real, make it big enough to meet your call, when you call. Carry on, cany through your resolution. Sejid your contribution now. Make it big enough to be represen tative of yourself, your company, your employeea and then add some for. charity to others: . ' Send your checks to any of the following list of gentlemen: v James Barber, Chairman Elisha Walker, President Charles E. Danforth, VIco-Pres Samuel Streit, Vice-Pres. A. J. Barker Savage, M. D., Sec. William Hamlin Childs, Trcas. Henry L. Doherty Eugeno'V. It. Thayor Henry E. Smolen Harvoy Gibson Raymond Fosdick Edward L. Wemole 4 M. Montague, Financial Secretary Ivy Leo Oakley Wood . William R. Jones G. A. BInuvelt George C. Luebbera G. A. Prahl Care of the Broad Street Hospital their Judgment of candidates, now thi they have won the ballot. It Is doubtful whether Tammany can make a good enough showing thl year to overcome the normal up-Htnte majority ror Wads worth. An Interesting phass or this con test Is the candidacy or Dr. Ulla A. Uoolo on tho Prohibition tlrl-et. Senator Rrandegee, Republican, hns tight on hlfl hands for re-election In Connecticut, but the situation Is bu'rl nine to look brighter thero ror tho Republicans'. WOMAN ACCIDENTALLY SHOT. Mrs. Mary Morgan was shot In the right breast yesterday and Is In the Knickerbocker Hospital In a critical condition. The police were told by her husrnnd, Frederick Morgan, a member o the Pollco Reserve, that the woman was showing one or hi revolvers to friends at the Morgan apartment, 619 West 134th street, when It was dis charged accidentally. REPUBLICANS BEGIN DRIVE NEXT WEEK Whirlwind Sponldnff Onm pnlgit Will Bo Conducted In Every County In Stntc. CANDIDATES AllE ACTIVE Mlllov nnd Wridflworth to Tnjlc In Every Section Dopew A to Tnlco Stump. The Republican fltate Committee an; nounced yeite'rdny that the speaking oftmpalgn In behalf of the Republican Htato ticket will begin a woek from to night nnd will bo carried In whirlwind fashion Into every county, The speult. ere' bureau will be, under tho direction of Addison R. Parker or Wntertown, who was chairman or the primary cam paign committee or the candidates who were named nt the Republican primaries last week, Mr, Parker conrerrcd yesterday with Oeorge A. fllyhn, chairman or tho Re publican Htato Committee, and Rertrand II. Hnell, chairman or the Stato execu tive committee, after which announce ment or the campaign plans wero made Tfiey will confer on local county ar rangements with tho county chairmen In Syracuse next Wednesday, Roth Nathan L Miller, Republican randldata for Oovernor, and Henator lames W Wadsworth. Jr who Is run ning for reelection, expect tn speak In very county. Judge Miller and Francis M, Huso, Secretary of Htato, will speak from the same plntform nnd, will open the rnmpalgn together, Senator Wadsuorth will speak at Al tamont nt tho Albany' County Fair noxt Thursday. On that day Judgo Miller and Secretary Hugo will appear nt tho Potsdam fair, nnd will address Jio Rotary .Club or Ruffalo on tho otter noon'or September 30. Theodore Roosevelt will accompany .fudge Miller tho last two weeks or the campaign. Chauncey M Depew, desplto his eighty-four years, has announced his Intention' of taking part In tho speaking drive. Others who aro expected to take tho stump nro Klon II. Hooker, who will lo gin his speaking tour nt Watcrtown next Thursday! Charles S. Whitman, who will take the stump In October: Mrs. Corlnne Rooiovclt Robinson. Thnddeua C. Sweet, Ogden L. Mills, William Hnyward Theo dore Douglas Robinson, Senator William M. C'nlder, John Lord O'lirbin and F. II, La Ouardla. . The Republican committee or New Vork county, In cooperation with the Statu nnd nntlnnnl Ropublhaii .pciiUur. bureaus,, Is planning n great speakn rUo for the city, with 500 meetings a dny for October, In addition tu enm palgn speakers: of national repute, It Is expected that 300 volunteer orators will bo put Into ihu flold. Preliminary organisation will begin noxt Friday afternoon nt the Repub lican county headquarters, 105 Wont Fortieth street, under the direction nf Harold 0. Aron, chairman of the comity iMiancrB uuienu, quo v. Jt. Wtilsln, who has directed the speakers' (mining school of tho Young Republican Club, ,ini BOYS ESCAPE REFORMATORY. Three Trnstles I.ravr, With Lrss Than Month to Serve. Elmiba, N. Y Sept 19. Threo trus ties of tho Ndw York Stnto Refornmtor) here, all with less tlmrono month to serve, dccldod o quit early this morn ing, At five A. M. tho boys, Fred Moore o' Rochester, Donald Dudley of Huffnlo and Burton Folletto of Susquehanna, Pn., wero sent to do some work In th gnrden near the barns and got o.wa' unobserved to tho hills beyond. GOVERNOR 'FOLDED HIS TENT LIKE THE ARAB Maine Town Very Quiet to Democratic Spellbinder, HfteM to Tit HUH sn New Yosrc HrUM. RANaon, Me,, Sept lOr-One bit ot evidence of tho non-liemocratlo otmoi phore In tho late campaign ha been re ported by o, visitor In u neorby town, who learned of thl Incident on excellent authority. Tho Democrats Oovernor of a certain Middle Westorn Btato had been selected by tho Rtato Committee to arouse the lotharglo cltlxcns of n Penobscot countv town to a repudiation or the Republican candidates, who wero so uctlvolv cam paigning. ... , . , urnmariiy tno nnvrni m mien -entcd speaker would havo been heralded far about tho countryside, but not so In this case. There was hay to bo cut and Ulicr more urgent business In hand. Tho speaer arrived on an afternoon train, expecting to be met ami escorted to the village Inn by tho Dcmocratlo powor of the community. Ho looked In vain for tho crowd, a parade or the committee, and Hnslly went to tho only hotel unnnnounccd nnd unrecognised. For a town aupposed to be slttllng In the heat of a political campaign tho pluce was exceedingly nulet, and upon nonchntant Inquiry tho Oovernor learned to his amaxemont that 410 Democratic rally was scheduled for that evening and no one know It the Democrat could muster a crowd anyway. Without dis closing his Identity ho departed as quietly as ho came. Tho local commit tee lator had to explain their lack or enthusiasm, but the buslnesa of farming nnd remaining In modeit seclusion con tinued until tho battlo was over. TENNESSEE ANTIS CALL ON COLBY TO RETRACT Will Quote Precedents Visit To-morrow, on Washington, Bcpt. If. A delegation or Tennessee nntl-surfrnglsts, headed by Speaker of tho Hnum Wallter, ar rhcrt In Washington to-night, nnd, ac cording to. announcement by the Na tional Association Opposed to Woman Suffrage, will call on Secretary Colby to-morrow to requcstShat the final ac tion of tho Tennessee Rous In voting rot to concur In ratification of the Fod cral suffrago amendment be rceognlwd and announced by tho State Department. Tho antf-suffraglsts declared to-night that precedent for the request Is found 'n the ocllcn of Secretary of State Howard In conditionally proclaiming tho Fourteenth Amendment. nnd Secretary nt State Fish In proclaiming the If toenth Amendment. In both case?, at thousli thrro wero enough ratifying States otherwise, tho Stato Department .nnouticcd 'vlthdnuvals. .Such an an nouncement In tho caso of Tennessee's ratification of tho suffrnjo nmendment Is requested by the Tennessco dolegn- ""Delegations or antl-surfrn gists ffom other tutes aro oxpocicu ay mo esuci.i tlon Opposed to Woman Sufrrnge to Join with the Tennessee delegation In calling on Bocretary Colby. A largo delegation. It was said, will come from Maryland, where tho Legislature meets In special ;sslon to-morrow. ( ' SIEMP TO QUIT CONGRESS. . 1 Only C. 0. P. Ileprrsentallvr From VlrKlnln Is In III Jlenlth. Roanoke, Vn.. Sept. 19. C. Dnscom Kemp, for many yenrs tho soio Republi can member of Virginia's delegation In iho House of Representatives, announced to-day In a statement to Republicans of the Ninth Virginia district that he could net be a candidate to succeed hlniself. Ho ascribed his decision to III health r.d n doslro to give moro attention to his private business. Representative Hlemp now la serving is head of the Southern headquarters of he Republican campaign organisation. ;io first was elected to Congress In 1907 j fill tho vacancy caused by the death of his father, and haB boon reolected Ix tlmca. r The Man's Shop presents THE NEW FALL 'HAT THE attainment of a notably high ideal of quality is the first general impression of the Fall presentation of head wear for men by THE MAN'S SHOP BXLord.&f Taylor. A very fine grade of felt, in both Soft Hats and Perbies, assuring a long1 period of shape-retaining wear; a notably wide choice of styles all of conservative good taste. Every possible varia tion of brim, height and color, including very fine Velours. ' Soft Hats DerbiesVelours Seven-Fifty to Twenty-Seven -Fifty TAX INCLUDED THE MAN'S SHOP AT Lord & Taylor FIFTH AVENUE Tiffany & Co. Fifth Avenue &37-Street ' Watches and Clocks $eat & Co. Flih Avenue it 35th Street EitoMuhftl 180 Men's Winter Suits MADE IN OUR OWN SHOPS 45.00 50.00 55.00 and up to 90,00 4 T) EST & CO men's . JLJ clothing is distin guished by its fabrics, its tailoring, its low prices, and its patronage. Made by Best & Co. and sold nowhere else. -you Never Pay More at Best's l THE STORY OF REVILLON FURS If The New Canoe In earlier days tho canoes of the North wero built of birch -bark. They are now made of canvas with spruce ribs and frame. Notice the curve ln the center of tho IceeL The Idea la to concentrate the weight In the middle leaving the stem and stern light. This enables the canoo to ride easily over rapid water without" shipping waves which might waterlog the craft or spoil the canoe. Wkvilljmljires Fifth Avenue at 53rd Street A working model of the famoui Refifiite Water Softener will be dem onstrated at the National Exposition of Chemical Industries, Booth 445-44. Grand Central Palace, New York City, Sept, 30-15. 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