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and when a man gets a lonesome
feeling, look out for him to do some
(To Be Continued.)
SAYS PRIMARY CAN'T COMPETE
WITH EUROPEAN WAR
"A primary election cannot "com
pete with a European war," was the
,a comment of F.' B. Johnstone, presi-
dent Municipal Voters' league.
"There have been 60 many events
of world-wide importance the last
few weeks that it is small wonder
the voters gave scant attention to
. th'eir duty at the polls.
" "One important factor was the
stealthy use of the so-called religious
issue. It is never resorted to by those
BELLHOPS TRAIN ON
holding sincere beliefs, but is,used to
hoodwink the voter and divert his
attention from the real character of
the candidates and issues. A contin
uance of the practice is bound to be
disastrous to the community.
"The defeat of the vigorous, hard
hitting and fearless Buck is a great
loss. While one at times may differ
from him on questions of policy, no
one can deny him the merit of hav
ing the courage of his convictions
and of fighting sturdily in the. open
to uphold them."
Indianapolis, Ind. Gov. Goodrich
signed "seven-eighths" woman suf
frage bill with Mrs. Goodrich the
only woman witnessing ceremony.
ROOF OF N. Y. HOTEL
Bellboys of the Bilt'more hotel, New York, are here shown drilling on
the hotel roof, to be ready for their country's call. Some are national
guardsmen, naval militiamen and Spanish war veterans. John McE. Bow
man, president of the hotel company, has endorsed the idea. George Mc
Keown, a Spanish war yeteran, is shown drilling the men.