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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN WEDNESDAY MORNING. JUNE 30, 1920
PAGE TWO
ay if you give i.hem the opportunity,
f you'll add to the soldier, the woman
,utc and the Democratic vote, the Re
publicans won't get enough votes to
-nake thm a f.u tor in the coming j
vecion."
Another great shout of approval!
.rent up to be redoubled in vigor when
he chairman closed his address with;
the. charge that Republicans have,
rsflcd with the hearts and conscience
if the American people in their ban- j
llinir of the peace treaty." '
The dr v. issue sot into the session
from an amusing angle. An announce
ment that a corps of nurses and ".six
teen doctors" were conducting' a hos
pital in the auditorium, drew the fire
of a. delegate.
"Do they write prescriptions .' he
demanded in a voice that carried
through the hall. Galleries and floor
joined in a burst of laughter from
which rose cries of "doctor doctor
hospital corps this way." and the like
When he could be heard the secretary
shouted: "This is a dry hospital," and
ihe convention rumbled again with
-nirth.
Various routine measures transacted
inder the rules before the platform is
presented and nominating speeches be-
The Chemical Qualities contained in
the fibre of
Registered. Chemical Fibre
Indemnity Protod Checks
Prevent the use of acid used by
forser to erase the name of the
paye and substitute a fictitious
name, thereby stealing the face
value of the check "Protod" dif
fer from Safety paper, because its
safety qualities are In the, fibre and
not on the surface of the check from
where they may be removed and
replaced.
X"rotod checks are non-forgeable
berause the stock is not for sale on
the -open market and because they
are- manufactured under strict su
pervision of the General Indemnity
Corporation of America -whose bond
protects user and his bank jointly.
THE TODD
PROTEC
TOGRAPH CO.
140 W. Adam
Street
Phoenix, Ariz.
Phone 1305
"Better be safe than sorry"
Our system of registration pre-
vents us from selling checks to
banks forthe use of depositors. We
r
sell forgery-proof checks to banks
for their own use only and to cus-
mm a'l were cleared before today's
adjournment. The adoption of the re
port of the rules committee finally set
tled that nominations will not be made
until alter a platform has been adopt
ed. Candidates will know before hand
what the. principles of the party are
to lie. Delegates went back tonight
to the always engrossing task of gos
siping in hoiel corridors about candi
dates for nomination, pending comple
tion by the committee of its difficult
task in shaping a chart of principles
by which the partv shall steer its i
course in the troubled political seas
between now and next November.
U. S. NEEDS NO
EUROPEAN COUNCIL
(Continued trom Page One
"In the spirit of the republic we pro
claim Americanism and acclaim
America.
"The first duty of a government N
to be true to itself," said Governor
Coolidgc. "This docs not mean perfec
tion. It means a plan to strive for
perfection. It means loyalty to itself.
The ideals of America were set out In
the declaration of independence and
adopted in the constitution. They did
not represent perfection attained, but
perfection planned. The fundamental
plea was freedom. The fathers know
this was not yet apprehended. They
formed a government firm in the faith
that it was ever to press forward to
this high mark."
G. O. P. PLATFORM
FORMS SUBJECT
that the movements for woman suf
frage and for the prevention of need
less wars proceed simultaneously. The
immediate ratification of the equal
suffrage amendment will assure vic
tory tor the Democratic party on a
Platform favoring the ratification of
the treaty without destructive reserva
tions. The women of America stand
for peace and against war.
"Never before has a nation-wide
political battle been waged in the
cause of international jtistice. human
ity and peace. The opposition has
taken low and untenable ground. Let
the Democratic party occupy the
heights. Never again will any great
political party in America openly in
vite disaster by trifling with great
problems."
o
Opposes Embargo On
Building Materials
Republican A. r. Leased Wirej
NEW YORK. June 29. Declaring
the railroads have placed a virtual em
bargo on the transportation of buildins
materials by virtue of recent car serv
ice orders, Senator William -M. Calder,
chairman of the senate special com
mittop on reconstruction and produc
tion, today appealed to the interstate
commerce commission for a hearing to
permit the building industry to present
its c;:so.
Senator Calder said he had evidence
from leading building material manu
factuiers that there now is sufficient
material at the several plants to meet
all present requirements of the in
dustry. o
(Continued from Page One)
tomers direct.
the establishment of a league of na
tions. They anticipated and answered
with aristotle logic the very, arguments
now advanced against the league.
"The plain fact is that the enemies
of the league dictated the policy of
the majority in the senate and con
trolled the platform declaration at
Chicago. While the league plank in
the Chicago platform is full of ambi-
! guities. it is an endorsement of the
j principles of the irreconcilables.
Says War Prevention Chief Issue
i "The chief issue is whether, the
United States shall contract with other
nations to prevent unnecessary wars;
whether the waste and sacrifices of
unjustifiable conflicts shall be super
seded by orderly tribunals for settle
ment of disputes among nations. If
the Republicans win, the small nations,
which obtained their independence
through association in the war with
the allies, will be overcome by their
recent enemies and Europe quickly will
collapse into its pre-war conditions of
oppression and threatened anarchy.
Our country will incur the distrust Wtl
contempt of her former allies and our
people will earn a reputation for sel
fishness and irresponsibility which will
require centuries to counteract.
"Will the women of America, who
gave their men to our uniform, prove
indifferent to the cause of forever ren
dering impossible the recurrence of
such a. struggle as the war just or
dered? It is profoundly significant
3
Only steels of rare quality
and great strength go into a
MAXWELL
They arc found in axles, shaftings, geara,
frame, crankshaft, connecting rods, etc. The
steels in a Maxwell equal, pound for pound,
the steels to he found in any car made.
R. D. ROPER
MOTOR CO.
211 to 215 N. Central Ave.
Phone 4261
When the Dollars Comes
Back
; When the buying power of the dollar returns
to normal, and it will return, those who are re-
; sisting the wave of post-war extravagance and
! ; are "salting away" their surplus earnings will
: find their stored wealth worth nearly double
I what it is today. A great many of the deposi-
tors at the Phoenix Savings Bank and Trust
: Company, who are receiving the large incomes
: of this reconstruction period, are living as eco
' nomically as possible and are banking their sav
ings. The day is just around the corner when
your saved dollars will be worth twice w licit tlicr
are now, plus the interest that they will have
accrued in the interim.
Open a Saving's Account Today
The Phoenix Savings Bank
amid Tryst Coc
Affiliated with the Phoenix National Bank
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SAVINGS TRUST INSURANCE
NEW ANGLE TO
ELWELL MURDER
BEING PROBED
Republican A. P. Leased Wire
XKW YORK. June 2'.) Federal
agents today inquired at the district
attorney's office concerning thtvtheory
issuing from there that Joseph IWK1-
well, wealthy turfman and whist
pert murdered in his home here June
11. may have been killed ry a oooi
legger" with whom he had fallen out
over unpaid bills for illicit liquor.
Two representatives of Janus k".
Shevlin, federal prohibition enforce
ment agmt for this district, were told
by Assistant District Attorney Taley
that he got the story from a news
paper reporer and was investigating it.
The report was that Klwell had en
tered into a deal to take over a whiskey
consignment for $12,700. William
liarnes. Klwell's secretary, denied that
the slain turfman had participated in
any such enterprise.
Upbi
Wisconsin War Vets
raid Socialists
Republican A.P. Leased Wire
GREKX BAY, Wis.. June 29. A sec
ond call to the colors of their country
was issued to Wisconsin veterans of
the world war by speakers at the an
nual convention of the state depart
ment of the American Legion here to
day. And this time the Wisconsin
fighting men were urged to stamp out
the "hidden enemy; within their
midsts." A resolution putting the Le
gion on record as lahor's friend proD-
"aMy will be introduced tomorrow..
Wisconsin Socialists were scored as.
the "backers of the slacker party" by
John C Davis. Milwaukee state com
mander, in Ids opening address.
HELD FOR MURDER
AFTER SECT RIOT
Republican A. P. Leased Wire
TOLEDO, Ohio, June 29. Albert
Sherman, living near Petersburg,
Mich., was arrested today, charges
with the killing of Walter Gilday of
Erie, Mich., Sunday night ilurln a
sect riot at North Whiteford. Mich. He
is alleged to have tired the shot which
killed Gilday following an .all-night
meeting addressed by Louis J. King,
who claims to be a former priest ana
devotes himself to speeches against
tho Catholic church. Sherman, who
was acting as a temporary officer to
guard King, against whom there was
high feeling, says he shot in self
defense. o
COLLAR PRICES DROP
TROY. X. Y 'June 29. The price of
collars will be reduced from 30 to 23
cents each, according" to announce
ment made here today by Cluet, Pea
body and company, and George P. Ide
and company. The change in price is
effective immediately.
o
INDICT ANOTHER
TAMMANY CHIEFTAIN
NEW YORK. June 29. Thomas
Sheehan, Tammany chieftain of the
Fourth New York assembly district,
was indicted by the Bronx county
grand jury today for alleged attempted
bribery of a Juror in the case of Dr.
Julius Hammer, wh was convicted
last week of having performed ah un
necessary operation on a woman who
subsequently died.
o
TO OPPOSE SPANISH ADVANCE
LONDON. June 30 The- bandit
Chief Raisuli, according to a Tangier
dispatch to the London Times, has re
jected the overtures of the Spanish
authorities and has sent letters to all
the mountain tribes as far south as
Beni Msara. in the Wazan district of
Morocco, demanding the tribal contin
gents to oppose the Spanish advance.
The tribesmen apparently, the dispatch
adds, are collecting for this purpose.
GIVEN RECESS COM MISSIONS
WASHINGTON. June 29. Briga
dier, Generals J. M. McAndrews, John
L. Pines, Henry T. Allen and 13avid C.
Shanks have been given recess com
missions as major generals in the reg
ular army by President Wilson, it was
announced today by Secretary" Baker.
Seven major generals are yet to be
appointed under the army reorganiza
tion act.
SEEKS FINANCIAL
AID FOR MEXICO
i . t'lfrr-AGO. Juno 29. Vina ncial :'J
for Mexico ana the- establishment i
trade connections with Chicago and
the middle west will he .sought in a
visit soon to be made by Salvador Al
varaJo, secretary of the Mexican
treasury, it was announced today by
Manuel Carpio. representative of a
Mexico City newspaper.
Mr. Carpio held informal conferences
with several leading Chicago bankers
and business men today. Arrange
ments have been made for a dinner,
at which the Mexican secretary will
meet Chicago, financial and industrial
leaders.
Mr. Carpio said that among Mexican
business "was absolute freedom to
foreign business to operate according
to the law's or Mexico, the revival of
the banking system of the country, and
an open minded and inviting1 attitude
to the middle west, particularly Chi
cago, to do business with Mexico."
SHOPMEN FAIL TO
OBEY STRIKE CALL
PHILADELPHIA. June 29. A
threatened walkout of Pennsylvania
railway shopmen- did not materialize
today but II. A. Jeffery. leader of six
shop crafts, declared the. strike had
been postponed "not later than July
.V He declared the railway company
had offered him $23,000 to drop his
demands, which included the discharge
of three foremen and reinstatement of
others who went on strike in April.
Railway officials said the bribery
charge was "too ridiculous and absurd
to comment upem."
HUERTA DIRECTS
MONTES' RELEASE
MEXICO CITY, June 29. General
Frederick Montes, former governor of
the state of Guanajuato who has been
detained in the military prison in con
nection with the death of the late
President Carranza, has been ordered
set at liberty by Provisional President
de la Huerta.
The president acted on the request
of the chamber of deputies so that
Montes might take his seat as a deputy.
COAL SHORTAGE IS
CAUSE OF ANXIETY
BALTIMORE, Md., June 29 While
both the Pennsylvania and Baltimore
and Ohio railroads were working more
men in their yards here today, the
scarcity of coal and raw products is
causing uneasiness among manufac
turers. The Hess Steel Corporation laid off
20 per cent of its employes because of
lack of coal, and A. E. Beck, trans
portation expert of the Merchants and
Manufacturers' association, today ad
vocated the confiscating by the city
government for local use of 1,200 cars
of coal intended for export.
SAY LANDS NOW IN U. S.
I MEXICO CITY. June 29. The seere-
KILLS CHILD, THEN SELF
CHICAGO, June 29 Charles Er
dinger, 43 year.s old. cut the throat of
his five-year-old son, Henry, and then
killed himself at his home late today.
The bodies were found by Mrs. Er
dinger, when she returned from work.
She told the police that her husband
had been ill for three years and since
Christmas had been unable to work.
o
COMPLETE COAST DEFENSE
MADRID. June 29. Premier Dato
this sirhsmer wi'l prepare to complete
tho plan tsjt the coastal defense of
Spain. TlieNjnitial step will be the
construction oTva second squadron,
comprising several vessels of 30,000
tons ea-ch ,
o
PROMINENT MINING MAN PASSES
SALT LAKE CITY, June 29. Col.
Enos A. Wall, widely known mining
man, died at his home here tonight
after a long illness. He was born in
Indiana in 1839 and was said to have
been the discoverer of copper deposijs
at Bingham, Utah, which now are one
of the country's largest workings. Be
sides his widow he leaves five daugh
ters, one of whom is Mrs. L. A. Jeffs
of Los Angeles.
o
REPORT RIOTING AT BELFAST
LONDON. June 30. Rioting has oc
curred in Belfast, according to the
Daily Sketch. Thirteen grocery stores
were attacked by the rioters. The po
lice prevented serious damage to prop-
1 erty, but in the fighting the head con
stable was struck by a stone and se
verely injured. Several other policemen
wore slightly hurt. The exact date of
the disturbance was not given by the
newspapers.
U. S. TREASURY TO BENEFIT
NEW YORK. June 29 The United
States treasury will receive $350,000.
000 as a result of the action of the
stockholders and directors of the
United States Grain corporation in vot
ing to reduce its capitalization from
$500,000,000 to $150,000,000, it was an
nounced tonight. The original capital
of $150,000 will be returned to the
treasury in full in final liquidation now
in process, it was added.
HOLDS McKELVIE CODE VALID
LINCOLN. Neb., June 29 The Ne
braska supreme court, in a decision
rendered this afternoon, upholds th
civil administrative, coUe law bettor
known as Governor McKclvie's code.
The court reverses a previous ruling,
and declares the law remains in full
effect until such ti'me as the statu
legislature repeals it. The decision is
based upon the fact that the complain
ants against the law failed to file an
appeal from an adverse decision of a
trial court within the time required by
the referendum statute.
A pound
2270 carats.
of diamonds represents
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Pura Cane Sugar from
Mexico
21c
per lb. in sack lots.
5LBS$1.10
10 LBS $2.19
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1:50 North First Ave.
tary of foreign a.ffairs today ordered
the boundary commission to investi
gate complaints by farmers of Ojinaga,
state of Chihuahua, that recent rains
had moved the bed of the Rio Grande
southward, leaving lands of Mexicans
apparently on the American side.
o
NEWSPAPERMAN DROWNS
WASHINGTON. June 29. Thomas
A. Cannell, director of publications of
the treasury department's savings divi
sion and widely known California
newspaper man, was drowned yester
day while bathing in the Potomac. His
body wasreco-ered today.
o
GORGAS SLIGHTLY IMPROVED
LONDON. June 2S Major General
W illlam C. Gorgas passed a restful
night Tuesday. He slept well and this
morning his pulse was steadier. His
general condition was declared to be
slightly improved.
Of course the Kelly
Springfield Company
could make more tires and
tubes. Rembrandt and
Rubens could have paint
ed more pictures too. But
they wouldn't have been
such good pictures.
PHOENIX RUBBER CO.
DISTRIBUTORS
Kelly-Springfield Tires
Free Service Cars Phone 614
Monroe at First Street
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Products Thereof
form the basis of the prosperity of the Salt River Valley. They
are the firm, foundation on which the community can and wiU
build a bigger and greater Phoenix.
' There is a part for everyone to take in the development of
our great natural resources.
The Phoenix National Bank has been during its twenty-eight
years of service, a big factor in the upbuilding of this section,
and offers every facility of a movdeni commercial Bank, to assist
in our further growth.
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Phoenix, Arizona
Affiliated Bank
The Phoenix Savings Bank 4: .Trust Company
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