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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER; THURSDAY, JULY, 22, 1920.
& it : i How Many Women Are Like This ? Can anything be more 'wearing for women than the ceaseles3 round of household duties? Oh! the monotony of it all work and drudge ; no time to be sick; tired, ailing, yet can not stop. There comes a timo when something " snaps " and they find themselves " simply worn out," and to make matters worse,have contracted serious feminine disorder which almost always follows the constant overtaxing of a woman's strength. Then they should remember that there is no remedy like I.ydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound the expe rience of these two women establishes that fact : Cedar Rapids, la. "After, the fcirth of my last child I Lad such painful spells that -would unfit me entirely lor my housework. I suf fered for months and the doctor said that my trouble was organic ulcers and I would have to have an opera tion. That was an awful thin to me, with a young Laby and fourother children, bo one day I thought of Lydia E. 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Accident, Employer's Liability, Plate Glass, Boiler, Burglary, Automobiles and Bonds of Surety. NO LINE TOO LARGE NO-LINE TOO SMALDsss r: ri x UNCONCERN ED ABOUT CHALLENGE ! Will Make His Position On .? : 1 League of Nations Clear I During:' Campaign IS WORRIED ABOUT. CAMPAIGN EXPENSES Th'nI:.-.: Investigation Useless After Cdirpain Has Closed Cummings Neatly Eliminated as Chairman of Democratic Committee. By DAVID LAWRENCE. (Special Despatch to The Reformer ; ' Copyright 1!20.) - COLUMBUS, (.)., July 22. Gyernor Cox doesn't display the slightest conoern over the Republican maneuver frliifli at tempt h, to exhibit him as surrendering 'aiiy difference he may . have, had" on the league of nations or as favoriug "Mr. Wilson's league-of 'nations exactly as it was written." The Ohio governor expects to make very clear during the campaign just what he Vtands for and the people ran judge for themselves whether he inherits all the flaws of Wilsonism or whether he is in deed a new loader of the emocratic party who has subscribed to what seemed to be to him the virtues of the league of nations. As a matter of fact, if there was any bending, the President showed himself as not opposed to changes in the treaty and league. Mr. Wilson accepted Governor Cox's reservations and gave his full approval to the statement on the league written for the New York Times by the governor on May 23. This utate ment that America should enter the league with the definite understanding that nothing in it, shall impair the inde pendence of the United States or inter fere with America's constitution. But Governor Cox is for the present much more worried about what the Re publicans may do alxmt investigating campaign expenditures than what they may say silxjut his attitude on the league of nations. lie is afraid the Republicans who control the senate investigating committee may be persuaded by t lit Re publican campaign managers to refrain from investigating this campaign as it develops. In a dramatic address to the Democratic national committee assenv bled here the governor said there was not much use investigating campaign fund' aftor a primary or gvneral election, Brt while the campaign was in progress he said he wanted daily or weekly reports. Presumably he expects his own campaign managers to reveal constantly the source of all their contributions. This challenge to the Republican senate committee was made after due delibera tion and will be insisted upon. Hiram Johnson made quite a fuss in the Central West about campaign expenditures and Governor Cox believes the use of monev to purchase Republican delegates, in Mis souri will afford a basis for the. accept ance of the challenge he has issued.. He wants the senate committee.' to keep the spotlight on expenditures of lxjtli parties and will be disappointed if rth IImtWv' can senate committee turns a deaf ear to his plea. ' But while all is serene in the Cox camp today, the same could not be said yester day. The selection of George White as Democratic national chairman and cam paign manager to succeed Homer S. Cum mings was not accomplished without much furrowing of the brow and anxious travail. .The incident throws a good deal of light on the troubles among Demo crats which Governor Cox must con stantly reconcile and compose and in which thus far he has shown splendid tact. The inside story of the Cummings epi sode is this: Mr. Cummings accepted the chairman ship virtually at the request of the White Houe two years ago when it was realized that preparation for the l!)2() campaign could not begin too soon. He was called to dutv onlv three weeks be fore the 11)18 congressional campaign, too late ito, turn the adverse tide which had begun. Jui the ensuing two rears he worked indefatigablv but he didn't coddle some of .the organization men as they wanted to be coddled. Cummings spent more of his time making speeches man lie did playing petty polities. H hen the tan. l rajicisco convention came, some ot tlie "organization men, including Ed Moore of Ohio, were peeved because Cummings .didn't get them enough tickets for their boosters in the galleries. More over, Cummings was talked of as a dark horse by friends and is supposed to have luvl his lightning rod up for the nomina tion and when he was petitioned to re lease the Connecticut delegation of 14 votes to Cox he refused to do so at any rate his friends over whom he is sup posed to have had influence didn't break to Cox when the latter -needed votes. On the other hand, Cumniings had made a great tpcwlr and was: the idol of many of the? delegates. Now it so hap pens that tvtry successful nominee picks his own campaign manager. national chairman.1" Tt was logical that Moore, of Ohio,, who Tiad ' managed the Cox com paign so "splendiTyV should become cam paign manager, but the Ohio committee man Jiad also rubbed some people the wrong way at ?3an Francisco and is said to (have been out of sympathy with the league of nations as. an issue. Naturally the governor offered the place to Moore Who would rather have accented it than ciny dther joh-. in. public life. 'But ' har mony acquired hfs-itjycj-ifice. And-when it. came to Jimuiaiing Himself, "Moore also eliminated somobodyjse, namely- Homer Cunimingfe5lt -' was gdnerally f assumed whenl MoVp-js declined the" 'pleaSf. thai Cumini ngs'fWoJilit be chosen', buwheti Mooro gtit here? he put; his fon: 3own hard n such 4-proposal. t And sevraliof the national omoiveemon who had: been irritated, by sXNummitH's at Sain Fran cisco began . to praise Cummings?s eloquence- on the. siump but liis 3aJc of executive ability ,to run a campaign and the first thing the Democrats" khewHhey had a fine family row oit their hands. 1 took hours of shifting and diplomatic conversation to work out a solution. Ed Moore himself came forward with a sug gestion made to him by Franklin Roose ve"lt that George White of Ohio would be a splendid compromise. Mr. White hap pens to be a dry and was talked of se riously, for governor of Ohio this year. Also he is an intimate friend of President W ilson and came back with him on the George Washington from Europe. He sat as a student at 1'nnceton under Mr. Wil son, who has a deep affection for Geortrt White. Moreover, White earned consid erable esteem ami popularity, as . a mem ber of the ways and means committee ot the house of -representatives . and is known -to he i-mgressionl- jiolitician perhaps even iietter tljan . ummings. Mr White .H-asecoiJUjji command to Moore in en r ranciseo; woMauvcrnor Lov pays his debt to hjs personal managers there first by offering the place to Moore and second by, using his influence to-secure the election of .WJute. Under no twist of the imaginat ion can White.be regarded as an anti-Wilson man. for he is for tht league of nations' and he has always been known as a Wilson supporter in congress. .Mr. White helps (.ox retain the drv strength in the' Democratic party of Ohio and hnngs to the campaign a high degree of conscientiousness and earnestness. The Democratic presidential nominee has certainly, weathered one storm that threatened discord. All the Democrats went away professing happiness. ADOPTS KINSLEY'S RESOLUTION. Republican National Committee Urges Ratification of "Woman Suffrage. COLUMBUS, )., July 22.The first act of the Republican national execu tive committee, which is in session here was to unanimously adopt a resolution urging. Republican members of the-. Ten nessee .legislature to vote for rat idea tion of the federal suffrage amendment Members of the National Woman's party expressed deep satisfaction over the action of the Republican commit tee and claimed to see an judication mat rrmout would,,be induced to rat jfy through the , fret,. tha.it was.Earh S. Kinslev. commit teujiati from.Ver moiit, , wlio...iHrob.Kw'L tUt'i resolution. 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