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SECTION-B. TULSA DAILY WOULD, SUNDAY, AUGUST 15, 1020 19 Sees Close Relationship Be tween Transportation and Working Man. CHICAnO, Aur. 14. Many tchon of approval arc hearJ from Indiana, Illinois nml other wehtern ntates of tho position of Senator Harding on labor nil cxprciwpil In Ills letter to James I.. Kcctiy of WnslilnRton, D. (;., a prominent union labor mnn. Frank approval of Senator Hard ing'a attitude Is being voiced In la bor circles. Senator HardlnK's let ter was In reply 10 ono by Mr. .Vreny conKrattllalliic the republican nominee and urging Ills endorse ment of tlie alms of labor. In his letter, Senator Harding Mill: "I appreciate nil you say concern lug tliu handling of the labor iUck tlon. I do ululi to make a fttronit appeal to tho cotifldenco of tho thinking American wago earner. I want him to know of tho concern which the republican party fecl.i foi the American worktnemnn. "I om not only an employer of union labor myself and have always had tho cordial support of tho men who work In our printing office, but 1 hae Veen a wage i-armr myself and know somo of tho things about which they think and some of tho nsplratlons Mhlch they entertain. "I want to bo nblo to talk to labor sincerely and appfallngly. I think Uio country needs understanding f moro than anything oIk- and I think the American worklngman neodsi to undcrsttnd and bo understood. "I do not think we can leave tho railroad question entirely without consideration! It touches tho most Important problem In our present day American life. No ono Is so deeply concerned with maintained transportation an thn great forces which constltuto tho ranks of Amer ican labor. . "You can bn perfectly confident In saying to your friends that If the republican ticket succeeds there will be a chief executive who Is ever ready to hear tho Rrlevances and to know Intimately concerning the problems of the great mass of American wngo earners." nakers of the Swiss city of Zurich havo found they can heat their ovens with electricity produced nt nearby waterfalls at much less expense than with coal or wood. Victorious In Demonstration, FOR PRESIDENT la ArrKUVLD Aspirations of the Wage Earner Have Sympathy of Senator Harding. -EMPLOYS UNION MEN rjvery severe test to prove tho 'ef ficiency of the V. H. Compression inner Tubo was hnd last week In l.os Angeles, vhcn n, cnmmitteo of gentlemen headed by Chief of Po lice Murray of that city, drove twenty penny nails In the tubo with nit affecting It In any way. The demonstration was held on tho public streol before an Immenre ciowd, and city officials nnd news paper men declared afterwards that Mho tubo was Just as stated, abso lutely non-punctureble. They ap plauded On- Tulsa product nnd proclaimed It a revelation In Inner tubes and a boon lo motorists. Chief Muirny soured no effort to puncture tho ttibu. He drove mnnv tialls throuRh the top and rtdes nnd .li many other ways endeavored to have air escape, but never for a moment did the punishment effect tho tint or find nlr escnplng. Tho demonstration whs a .huge stieei ss and the newspaper of the California clly gave It spread stories. lntorvcs regarding the l S. Com pression Inner Tube wn given out by pi eminent city officials and each was an emphatic approval of tljn newest tiro sensation. Tho U. 8. Compression Inner Tilbo Company of Tulsa Is building a 'Alien ractory in nurliank, Oil., and Ih's- unit Is Expected to be In opera tion by fall, A plant Is also being etm'pped at Klttannlng, IM , which Will give the comnanv threo ninJern and thorouRhty orgnnlxnl fin-mrlm malting Compression Inner Tubes. Tho local plant Is alrendy turning out tho product, and tho present output will bo rapidly Incienseil from week to week. With this iiro- ductlon coming on, and with tho assistance of tho other two units, the name Tillsa will be stnmncd or. thousands of tiros and tubes rolling about America Motor ear dealer In many parts' or tne country are sending in (uor les for details as to the securing of agency contracts, and In every man tier showing an enRerness to secure a dealer's authority, nnd the salfs deportment of tho company declare that thn tubes will bo represented In almost every city nnd town In tho I'nltrd Htntes. The officers nnd directors of the If. H. Compression Inner Tube Com pany received tho news of tho' suc cessful demonstration at Iis Ange les with satisfaction, for It proved a forceful telling of the' deVlrablllty of the TuIsa tire. HESITATING AT FORKS OF ROAD Conflicting Opinions as to Where Candidate Stands. For blowing thu dust from high voltage electrical apparatus a wood en nonrle for compressed air- hoso hns been Invented that Is less dan gerous to use than metal noailes. CHICAGO, Aug. 14.--Tho confu sion of thought among democratic leaders on tho subject of Wilson's league of natloin Is serving to con fuse the minds of thousands of democratic voters In the west. It will undoubtedly servo to drlvo away a great deal of support from the democratic ticket In thu courso of the campaign. , In thn first placo tho nomination of Governor Cox was generally looked Upon as a victory for anil ndmlnistiatton democrats and was hailed with satisfaction by a largu number of thos-e members of t, o democratic party who could not sub scribe lo Mr. Wilson's views upon tho league. Then camo tho visit of Oovernor Cox to tho whlto house nnd tho announcement that ho and the president found themselves In complete nccord. This served to chill tho enthusiasm of democrats who were either against tho Wilson leagiio or believed it should bo qualified by Americanized reserva tions. Since then, thero has been an ob vious effort on the part of Oover nor Cox, National Chairman White, and others close to Oovernor Cox to remove tho lmpro,Blon that tho democratic nominee has lied him self up closely to Mr. AVIlson with respect to the league Mr. Wilson has pronounced the league not the paramount Issue nnd has glvefi out the Ide.x that there Is n Inrgo df greo of elasticity In Oovernor Cox's support of tho administration nnd especially In regard to his support of tho leng'uo of nations covenant, While National Chairman White and Oovernor Cox nro seeking to loosen or seem to loosen tho rela tionship of Mr. Cox to thn whlto house and to make It nppVar that the governor Is not bound up hand and foot with the Wilson admlnls trutlqn, Senator Hitchcock of Ne braska cornea along nnd declares that Oovornor Cox Is for the Wilson Interpretation of tho league cove nant and that democratic National Chairman Whlto Is mistaken In pronouncing thn Wilson leaguo not n paramount Issue. Senator Hitch cock was former chairman of thn senalo foreign relations committee and is tho man who led the admin istration fight for tho leaguo cove nant and treaty on tho floor of the 'teiiate Senator Hitchcock and Oovernor Cox arc friends nnd they have been In conference Blnce the San Francisco nomination. Under tho circumstances, tho na tural result han followed and that Is Mint great numbers of voters aro utterly at sea as to whom Oovernor Cox Is with respect to tho Wilson league covenant. Nor Is It expected In well-informed quarters that ,thls uncertainty will go cleared up by Oovernor Cox' speeches. To go through tho campaign trying to face, both ways U certain to hurt him Immeasurably. A patent has been granted a Con necticut Inventor for n light but suf ficiently strong structure to bo erected over city buildings to form nn airplane landing field. r Candidate Has Sorvod the Public in Many Capacities. I'HII.AI)KI.III1A, Aug. II. 'Tho oldest sciond-hand fu nil lure dealer on South street" Is to have jthe chance to round out n biiN cursor by bivomlUK president of the United Plates, If his friends and admirer can Hcrompllsh the fact. Circulars are making their np pcnraiire with tho name of the et ran dialer and his photograph. They are headed, "A Hoy From the Farm, Indorsed byithe 1'nlon I'srty." I'udor the plrtuie of the nsplrunt Is tho legend. "Wet candidate for 'resident of tho Frilled States, Johu M. Callahan." A perusal of tho pamphlet (s cer tain to make one answer In the nf flrmatlvo a question included In the lust paragraph "lie wan the first oim to rent apartments and storage houses on South street. Had XI fronts, Do you think he Is capable of running the Fnlled Slates?" It In presumed that Mr. Callahan has been constantly active nn every one of his "21 front" That he Is constantly on the Job Is witnessed by tho statement of his friends, "You an always find Mr. rntlnhan nt hH home, northwest corner Twenty third nnd South streets." The platform of tho candidate Is not desci llieil, except fur the line un der his photograph. Ho Is not brought forward ns a student of In ternational law or a particularly concerned with the lengue of nations, but It Is recited that during n abort lesldence In Camden ''ho learned butcheiltig from I'voger and served the convent." Ho never presided over Ihe des tinies of a slate, but "he run with the old pump engine of Chestnut Hill; huckstered In tho two-wheel cart: hnd tho first fish stand In Stoney Creek market: driver and conduc tor on Itldgo nvenue cars when tho threo nnd five-cent notes wcro In elroul.tllon." ' Ho never led nn army, but "he went to Washington nt the tlmo when horses pulled tho trains, then in Frodrlcksbugh whero h lay In the first trench facing Fredrlcksburg burg and punched the taut punch to free the south." Nor has Mr. Callahan rivaled Mr, C.irneglo ns a donor of libraries, yet he "kept tho Darby hotel at Flfty- m i nt I a 1 M ii ki h el a .1 m In I a- 1 i . lid and Pine sliieis. Uh. II hi. fc..t tiled of It liu R iVO It iiway.' He i v'in has stood nn thu slur w here Dm rp Id has killed " These are only, n tithe of the ac complishments of Mi. Ciillnhaii. Hu has been n member of "Ihe liquor dialeis' and a patron uf the boxing rliinr nnd the racetrack. Ho "wn led with the university brass Imnil when ltudnlph llUnkenbiirg was elected lnaiu of the clly of 1'htladnlphla. He una n candidate for president of the Fnlted State nmt twice for nmyor of 1'hlladclphln," Ptirthur recital of his achieve ments Is all too likely to bud the deiuoetnts to let Deb out of pris on in outer to Insuru tho defeat of Harding. for I om o llvrd In Davtnn and know' lb' dcmocrnile rmdnlnte fir r. m dint very wrjl Tu I'm'.m mi n I said hnWeveiL that t x wis roihh tit tie kUi-ii i terrible whipping In) imiiii tins tun. ine sum nn wmuiiiii i carry Paylon or Montgomery enmity and will be stiowfd under In the state of Ohio. "I Miring my absence from Fort Inhd 1 didn't see u m m on the tl ilmi or anywhere else, who thought n had n ghost of a ban.'n tuitm elected. Fiiriln rimic I didn't sin CHATTER ON TRAINS .Man IViiiu .Maine TrmHs In .Middle Wit ami StiiuiiN Out I'rotull lug Sentiment. POUT!.ANt. Maine. Aug. H. Walter II. Moore, formerly secretary ot tne j'ottiatid chamber urv com merce, has Just returned unit from a business trip to Toledo, Ohio, where he has been for ten days In attendance uporw s convention of iiusliiess men. Mr. Moore ss that Hum (i were about SuO mnn lurwmt f "tii all pirns of the United Stales at this convention nnd many of morn were democrats, and he had nn opportunity to talk with all of ilicm, tuei" In lug a number uf b.ili IiietM and luncheons. "All of lhesi men, without a single exception and regardless nf their politics, told me that llnrdlng wn cerium to rtirry flic Mutes from which they came." said Mr Moore, "The whole country appears to 'be fur lilm. 1 saw nitne mi ii li iliitanees "fmlno from la.ten tho homo of Oovernor t'ox nt tlm convention. Th"y all like Jli imle Cox. nn I do. fBEAR OIL for HAIR AN INDIAN'S SECRET On or th liliit t.irreilWnti of htuiht far i'i tulr -Ir cmum lar tl Dirt l olltrr trtl llltrrilUliM nil foui'i in any othtr r.a.r iirra!k Urn. fcotaluft lil ij.'1'm..M In mtnf rtM I'I pamnt.v iBiiini pair toil rfindrntT lun nrrr oUir litlr latins or tml. lp,nl lilt prut! rutlla, 1100 GuinntM, Anial. lug tMulu in riM rmiaiiltrtj liDl,. Vu Rtttr It Mid IhiIIm! Why lifomii nr rrruiln b14 If yea nn inn hair! If o'liari litfa nlilalnr.1 a rcw rnmllt er aTl. mnluarfil dan.leair, or lo't. fallltif alr Itirfiniti Knlalkn. vhy may nr if.Mr Ott a lt of K0TALK0 at any buiy 4rvt ilara: r n,l 111 r-nla allvrr or itaroi. tur JUIIICUl'lta; alui I'ltoor mix or hutaiau u J. D. Crilliln, Inc Station F, New York, K. & , man vhri was for Cox Ken the men from tho south admitted th Cox would be beaten and some f them seemed lo think ho would l)in some of the south. 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