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£. 0. P. WILL CENTER I FIGHT IN 5 STATES #• _ . f » ■ ~ Senatorial Campaigns to Be : Pressed Where Democrats « Seek Re-Election. Et the Assoointfd Pr.’s*. I CHICAGO. August 6.—Heavy fire in Jhe Republican senatorial campaign will center in five states in which fix seats w:ili be at stake in'the No vember elections. ■■ Senator Moses of New Hampshire, Chairman of the senatorial campaign committee, yesterday told of the .ten tative plans which he has outlined after conferences here with Republi can leaders in the various states which are expected to develop the principal contests in the scramble for S 3 seats to be tilled this year. The most aggressive campaigns. Senator Moses stated, would be in states in which Democratic members are seek ing re-election. Hence, he said, the sen atorial shock troops will be hurled against the camps of Senators Walsh Os Montana and Walsh of Massachu setts, Stanley of Kentucky, Adams of Colorado, and in Oklahoma, where Senator Owen is retiring. In Colora do, the attack will be .consolidated with the campaign in behalf of Sena tor Phipps, Republican, whose term Expires in March. , t Senator Moses, who will lay his ten tative plans before other members of the committee and Chairman Butler df the national committee, explained the Republican forces also will center fire on the Minnesota contest, in which Senator Magnus Johnson, Farmer-Labor, seeks re-election. • Seventeen Republican berths, most of them in the Transmississippi Region, are to be filled. The Demo cratic class numbers 15, 10 of wmch are from States in the "solid South" Ui which the Republican contest will be without national direction Republicans Going Out. ' Among the Republicans whose terms expire are Senators Borah of ]slaho. Erookhan of 'lowa, Capper of Kansas, Couzens of Michigan. Me- Nary of Oregon. Norris ot Nebraska Sterling of South Dakota. In 4i I of these States Senator Moses predicted re-elections or the naming Os Republican successors ' Republican leaders in Illinois ancf In adjoining States are without word tial John T. Adams of lowa, former c+iairman of the national'committee, Would be a candidate on an inde pendent ticket against Senator Brookbart. In South Dakota, where ttov. McMaster is the Republican Candidate for the seat ot Senator Sterling, the O. O. P. forces are in "good hands,” Senator Moses be |* ves. and are assured, with the sup ™>rt of Senator Peter Norbeck, ot tinted Republican support, notwith standing the entry of tour independ COMPLETELY EQUIP THE MUSIC CORNER .JOIN j ARTHUR JORDAN’S $lO PIANO CLUB ! ®Only a Limited Number of These Special Outfits Can be Sold. Secure Yours Today! feu COMPLETE \ 'flip CLUB OUTFIT This complete outfit, as illustrated, will I be delivered to a limited number of v-ciofce c?" 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PANAMA, August 6.—Rodolfo Chiari, Popular Liberal candidate, was suc cessful in the recent election, the returns giving him a large major ity for President of the Panaman Re public over Gen. Quintero, hero of the Panama-Costa Rican war. Some of the outlying- restricts are yet to be heard from, bu't the electoral-officials agree that, even though all .these were conceded to Gen. Quintero, they would nqt affect the enormous lead for Chiari. Chiari's supporters also carried a majority of the seats in the National Congress, securing 36 of the 46 places. All reports indicate that absolute.or der prevailed throughout the country during the elections, the government agents limiting their activity to guar anteeing the rights of suffrage. The npw Congress will convene September 1 in ordinary session here to prepare for the inauguration of the President on October 1. No More Asthma and Hay Fever! “1 want every Asthma sufferer in this city to try my treatment entirely at my risk," Dr. Schiffmann announces. “Go to your druggist and get a package ot my Asthmador and, should it fail to Give instant relief, the druggist will cheerfully refund your money without any question whatever." The Doctor says, further: “No matter how violent the attack, how obstinate the case, or what alee has failed, my Asthmador or Asthmador Cigarettes will give instant relief, usually in 10 seconds, but always within 15 minutes. Hundreds of un solicited testimonials abundantly prove what my remedy has done, and I know it will do the same for others. I am «o positively certain that !t will produce instant relief and will be found the best remedy ever used that I have no fears of authorizing these druggists to give this guarantee, or of their being called upon for the refunding of money.” No risk whatever Is run in buying this remedy under this positive guar antee. and such a personal trial will prove more conclusively than a “free sample” could possibly prove. R. Schiffmann Co., Proprs., 1734 N. Main. Los Angeles, Calif. ASTHMADOR Relieves Asthma THE EVENING' STAR, WASHINGTON, D. C„ WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 6. 1924. MEETINGS TO DISCUSS ” FARM DEVELOPMENT Southern Maryland Immigration Commission Dates Four Conferences. COLIIEGE PARK, Md.. August 6. A series of conference® of the South ern Maryland Immigration Commis sion on plans and activities will be held In that section the last three days of this Week. There will be meetings- in four lo calities and a number of short ad dresses at each. The schedule 1 is as fol lows; Tomorrow. 3 p.m.—Upper Marlboro. Tomorrow, 8 p.m.—La Piata.. Friday. 8 p.m.—Leonardtown. Saturday. 3 p.m.—Prince Frederick. Among the speakers will be Presir dent Albert F. Woods of the Universi ty of Maryland, who is chairman of the commission; Thomas Parran. vice chairman; Joseph A. Wilmer, secre tary-treasurer; William S. Chichester and Trueman Slingluff, the remaining two members; Kenneth A. Mcßae, executive secretary.- and Dr. T. B. Sy Have The Star For a Daily Visitor I While You are Away jjj No matter how good a time you are having on |}| your vacation you’ll HI —want to hear how things 111 are getting along back || The Star—Evening and J| ■t^ 1 y Sunday—will bring you 111 P3 —\ all the news—fresh and | *-* The mailing address can ||| I Rates by Mail —Postage Paid Payable in Advance Maryland and Virginia— Dsily and l ! i Sunday Pailr Sunday One month 70c 50c 20c i,| One week 20c 13c 5c Hi All other States— j|| One month.... 85c 60c 25c ij! One week... 25c 20c 10c Hi moflg head erf the Exte nslon Service of the University of Maryland. One of the principal subjects will be the cutting of large-sized tracts into “one-man” farms of from 30 to 40 acres. Development possibilities will be the theme of the speakers. Activities of the commission have been growing at a steady gait, and there is a constantly increasing de mand for land sites in Southern Maryland, which includes the coun ties of FTlnce Georges, Calvert, Charles and St. Marys. The commis sion has decided to have exhibits of Southern Maryland products at the Erie. Pa., fair, August 18-23; the Michigan State- fair at Detroit. Au gust 31 to September 7; the Eastern States Exposition at Springfield, Mass., September 13-20, and the Na tional Dairy Show at Milwaukee, Sep tember 28 to October 4. Secretary Mcßae will be in charge of these ex hibits. ' . 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Note how The Easiest Steering and bailoon t,rcs 'L Bot l! runn,n * a ?. d faßt the Coach is open i if. r oueeriTiguTiu steering gear have been especially c ... .i, r u Ruling Hudson Ever Built designed to compensate for the radi- cars As the wanted type the Coach _ cal differences balloon tires bring maintain, the highest resale value <£ ml against the waning desirability of I fl a S a The result is the easiest steering, the open car. Freight and Tax Extra So Why Buy An Open Car? LAMBERT-HUDSON MOTORS COMPANY Salnroom Distributor Franklin 7700 Srrvicr Station 1100 Connecticut Avenue Associate Dealer 633 Massachusetts Avenue X.W. NEUMEYER MOTOR COMPANY Xalearooni—l Si’3 14th Street. North 7522 Service Station—2ll B Street N'.W. Franklin 70»0 ~ HOW TRAGEDIES MAY BE AVOIDED Summer’s greatest danger Health Authorities Everywhere Urge Quick Attention to Minor Injuries THE skin has become soft and tender during the win* >;• ter. Hard vacation play brings blisters, tiny scratches I by the score and sores of a dozen causes. A bit of venom' H , ous dirt lodges in the broken skin. If neglected —then that terrifying possibility — / If ’ blood poisoning. Prompt antiseptic cleansing is A clean injury rarely becomes infected. " Use Lifebuoy, the Health Soap A prick from a fish hook; a cut from a tin can, nail or bit of broken shell; scratches from thorns or twigs; broken blisters—all should be , bathed promptly and often with Lifebuoy. Don't take a chance by wait ing. Don't take a chance by using any kind of soap. Every doctor will 1, V y ffijt tell you that the tiniest break in the skin is really dangerous—an open The lather of Lifebuoy with its mild, antiseptic health ingredient, penetrates into cuts and removes dirt and germs. </ iP An added precaution that the wise will ta\e is to apply d strong anty ' . 1 septic, li\e iodine, too. How to guard children \ f Children rarely pay much attention to little scratches and bruises. That ■ is why habitual washing of hands, knees and feet with lifebuoy is so f'-l A: *’ necessary. Forgotten cuts and scratches arc kept antiseptically clean and f SB at t^c same time the skin benefits because Lifebuoy is so pure and gentle. < jti Lifebuoy is not sos the medicine cabinet. It is for the wash basin and ! I bath tub, for every-day family protection. You will like it better than H ( any other soap after you have used it a week. Add a dozen of Lifebuoy '\ to your grocery order today, and never be without it. Make this sum- I .—SI, — UHH mer one of health-building—not of danger.