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^PPIS^^S?.' jr." -. , ^^ f teturt oo luui ! |^w?an^if^aturbed j?#?in Hawaii,^ where ^^EEere Is the largest building j world ever erected for a, Hpfjjifoe?.' . Eairmont tills 'est Virginia o! the Pubin as many impression. Ined to this', :s says that: le false im-i nts in the' ston, where | ed on state] ban at other! e told Fair-! being introf one of the. 101 tnei sicttt \ H? hi, loot. ommlttec r, Ernest, ra,namefij MS tort Jn> Saunas. | p?8wK| whiu -preierreo apunsi jonn ho b' torn dropped the as 58^ httCTT chargw against : Slave Case?Deputy Unl> WI.:on, of V. lading. waa 1ir Fairmont yesterday at tire o'Jlce of the United States Marshal He left tor Clarksburg ash Grafton. ~ Marriage Licenses?Marriage IIcesses lave been Issued by Deputy County Clerk W. F. Footer to tie foUoving: Ernest Bootfc M, ana Madeline Mclntlre, 17, hoth or Mannimttdn. The written,consent or F. F. Mclntlre, lather ol the girl, was fllel The mother ol the hoy wa> present and gate her consent; Alfred Wilson, colored, 36, el Co tontown, Pa., and Mary Lawson; colored, 36. of Fairmont; Bay Linn, 24, and Ellen Greathonse, divorced, 23, both of Fairmont. la Very 111?hire. J. M. Hamilton formerly of Farmlngton is verv ill at the home of her daughter Mrs. H. T. Jones, of Albert court Home From Charleston?H. E. Peters and tamQy have returned from a six weeks' trig to Charleston. if ill A1 IAll*l IHinvl mil n Fell m Marble Floor Going From Be'lroom to Library. 1 i ROME, Aug. 13.?(By the Associated Press.)?Pope Benedict met with a slight accident today stepping on the polished marble floor vrhjie going from his bedroom to his private library, a newspaper here states. He sustained a slight abrasion of the shin at his knee. ? . ?> ? ft 1 1 1- If T uieveiam Man joins. Local Realty Firm! The real estate firm of MoyerWilson-Robinson Co, has been changed and Mr. Wilson and Mr. Robinson have gone Into other business. The new firm name will be Moyer-Weaver Co. The new nartner, Clark H. Weaver, of Columbus, Ohio, former field secretary cf the National AntbSaloon league and Is recognized In his own stale as being n business man of high abilities. Mr. Weaver saw active service in the ,12d division In France, and is well known to Fairmont men who served in that division. TRAVELERS' GODR B. &7T RAILROAD. Grafton. Cumberland. Washington, | Baltimore, Philadelphia, and New 1 York, train 36. c J i. m. Train 64 , (Bait to Cumberland) 11 a. m. Train 66* 1 p. m. Train 62* 6:50 p. m. 'ltain W* 9:46 p. m. Wheelings-Train 63*. 7 A. M.. which hai through Pullman service to Co* luobua, O.; Train 43*. 9:42 A. AL; Train 65*. 1:30 P. iL, which connecti at Wheeling with Train 46" for Chi* i ago at 6:16 P. hi.; TWn 61*. 6:17 P% id. Train' 36 (Grafton*Fairmont) ar* rim at 8:10 P. M. from Graiton. I . Clarisbunf?Train 63", 6:10 A. M.; Trim 70". 0:47 P. hL Morgantown. Connellaville and, Pitts* burg?Train 67*. 12:26 AJL; Train 69*. 6:30 A. hL; Train 61. 10:10 A. hL; Train 66, Z:4U P. hL; Train 63 (Fair* ocnt-hlcrgantown) 7 P. hL Likins?Train 36,6:20 A. hL; Train | 52*. 4:50 P. hL Charleston?-(Via Graiton ant Buck* hnnnnni?1'IVmin Hri AM* !? ?. ing Grafton, Train 57,8:50 A. M. Traia 68 arrives at Grafton from Charles* ton at b:-3 P. M. Arrivals?Krom Pittsburgh?Train 68* 6 A. M.; Train 64 (frost Morgantown only) 9 A. M.; Train 65. 1:10 ?. 3L; Train 62. 6:10 P. 1L; Train 70*. 9216 P.M. From Clarksburg-Train 67*. 12216 A M.; Train 69*. 6:39 A. M. j 'Pullman Service. monongahela railway. Lcavep. & L. E. train *65. 7:15 A SL. arrive Morgantown, 8:06 a. m.; Brownsvilie 9:3o a. m.; arrive P. & L. E. station Pittsburgh. 11:15 A. 1L M. H. K. train 35. 8218 a. m.; arrive Jloigantown*. 9:56 a. m.; Brownsville. 11:48 a. m., connecting there with P. lu K. train 7923 from Uniontowc, Pa., at 12:10.p. m. for Pittsburgh, arriving at P. It. B. station. 'Pittsburgh. 2:0a P. M. M. B. B. train 37.2:35 p. m.; arrive ! Morgantown, 3:33 p. m.; Brownsville, . 6:80 p. m.. connecting there with P. & L K. train w, arriving a ?. & u h. station, Pittsburgh. 7:50 p. m., which connects with P. & L. ?. tram 25 Tor Cleveland and Chicago out of Pittsburgh at 9:00 p. m. and P. & L E. tram 7 for Buffalo and Boston out of Pittsburgh at 11:00 p. a. P. B. B. train 'Sol, 4:12 p. arw rive Jlorgantown, 6:00 p. m.: Browns, ville, 6:30 ; P. B. B. station. 4 UlSUUTSU# O ,m\l p. m. Arrive? r roa Brownsville-iL R. E. train 80, leaves Brownsville, 6:30 a. m.; &lorvuitown, a:33 a- a.; arriving in'Fair.^uut, 11:35 a. m. iron Pittsburgh?P. R. B. train SW, leaving P. RE. station. Pitt*, purgb, u m.; Brownsville, 10:12 i a. o.; Morgan town 11:60 a. m.. arriv. I ms in Fairmont, 12:45 p. m, p. L L. E. train 56 leave* P. 4 L. E. station. Pittsburgh, 12:45 p. a.; Brownsville, 3:05 p. m.; Morgantown, 5:00 p. m.. arriving in Fairmont at C:U0 p. m. ULE, train *60 leave* P. & L. , E. station, Pittsburgh 4:30 p. m.; Browniviile, 6:15'p. ra.; Morgantown p. m., arriving in Fairmont 8:45 p. m. 'Pullman Service. THE JL V. T. CO. Clarksburg?Every EouP on the hour iron 5 a. m. to 10 p. m. ilannins ton?Every hour on tbt hour troa 6 a. m. to 10 p. na Pi!wi>??Vv.w W? ? ?- - ? < wu uiu sour iron i a. m. to lo p. a. Eivesville-Montxna?Every boar on th? half hour from 630 2 to mS p. a- Cm every half boor bctwcta t jurmont and JUvesville Junclioa Locust Ave.?from Adam* and Madison Sts., every lifictn minutes from 6:45 a. m. to 11 SO p. m. Wauon?rn?m Adams and Madison St*., every fifteen,minnte* from $ a. m. to 11 SO p. m. East Park-Erom Adams and Madison Stjj every fiftsen minutes Iron 6S6 a. m. to 11:16 p. m. Norwood (vikSpeedway)?From Adam and Madison Sta, every thirty min. utes 26 and 65 minutes after each hour from 5S5 a. m. until 8:25 a. m. and from 2?n. m. until 7S5 p. m. daily except Sunday. Schedule ex. tended each .Saturday until 11S5 p. NOTE?AH cars except Clarksburg be. gin nznninr one boor later on Sun. C. S. MAIL DISPATCHED. Fairmont post office audi lor-the following points at time spec. Ifled: LAT LniifilliliVu lii) ii O- ..J ou uuiioiiu aim uwu Were Held for Tral As Robbers. The promiscuity with which marderous weapons were strewed around the house where they were captured wee one of the features ot the evidence offered by R E Hot land, alias Sana, and Herbert Koon, alias Meintire, at their preliminary hearing before'Justice E E Masgrove this morning on a charge or robbing the store ot John E. Ford on Fairmont avenue on Saturday night, Jnly 24. Holland testified that he had Just picked np the old army resolver to examine it out ot curiosity when the officers entered and placed him under arrest Soon by a curious coincidence had just picked up a thirty-two Colt from the top tray of a trunk that was standing open at the same time. The two boye also tried to prove an alibi. Holland describing with a wealth of detail the appearance ot a waiter who he claims had served them dt a local restaurant at the exact time of the robbery, although admitting that they haa both been drinking heavily. Mr. and Mrs. Ford, however, were certain that the two men were the ones who had entered the store at about nine o'clock that night ana held them at the points of the two revolvers offered in evidence ana the Justice held the psir'to await the action of the grand Jury. Bah was fixed.at $1,000 each.. Attorney L. C. Musgrave conducted the case for the state In the absence of Prosecuting Attorney Walter Haggorty who Is out of the city. The two man were not represented by counsel, although they said they expected Attorney Taney Harrison to come from Clarksburg for that purpose. A telephone conversation with Attorney Harrison elicited the Information that he haa not been retained in the case. siiiiii 10 out No Action Taken on Mnnicpal Housekeeper Proposition. Bad weather worked against a lull attendance of the Community Civil Council last night, in the Red Cross room at the court house, only six members 'braving the severe rainstorms that held away inter mittently as the hoar for meeting arrived. Those present were Mrs. James A Meredith, Miss Gladys Wlnfield, Simon D. Goodman, J. C. Burcbinal, Dr. L. Jf. Yost and W. H. Spedden. An Informal discussion of various matters was.'held. The question of recommending to Mayor Conaway the appointment of a municipal hcusekeper to Oil the post of sanitary officer, was dlscusseo but no definite action was taken. A com:-/jiiication was read from J. \V. Sciyrcschewsky, Assistant Surgeon f/.neral of the Bureau of PuDlie Health Service at Washington, in answer to a request to send a representative to Fairmont to assist in drawing up a code of health laws. The presence of bubonic plague in parts of the "country was the reason given for the inability of the health department to comply with the request at this time, bur it was stated that data of sev eral other eimiiar surveys such as was desired for Fairmont was being sent It wa3 decided to invite the Parent-Teachers' association, T. M. C. A.. Engineers' association, Library association, and other organizations to send representatives to the neat meeting, scheduled (or Thursday, September 9. Out Door Meeting For Business Girls i The Busines and Professional Womans' club of the Y. W. C. A. will hold another o(.thelr outdoor meetings at Loop Park on Thursday evening of next week. A picnic supper will be served and the reports of the delegates that are no wat Lake Genera, Wis., will be beard. Several cards hare been received from tie girls at Late Geneva. They say that they are enjoying the conference and they will probably return home on either Mo% day or Tuesday. Fifteen boys haTe already signed qp to go on a boys' hike nexti Tuesday. The present bad weath-1 er has kept most of the boys from' signing up. A good crowd Is expected and the enthusiasm Is high among those who have signed up. BARGAINS in 2nd hand adding machines; S. B. Elkins. Call 574-. R.?Adv. . fgpa IwSlNI "TWa atXyv nvfafMt. 4n tha Pfllrw i . iuv swt; ? ? moot Times tills naming that the two WhitehiH boys had been caught a plot to assault me. and escape, his absolutely no foundation," was .the emphatic statement made by Jailer Tom Buckley this morning. "On the contrary .the two boys hare never given me the slightest trouble during the three weelrthey have been In the county jail The Times story, did not emanate from any one connected with the jail, and 1 can say that 1 generally know what Is eolie on in the jail In my opto: Ion, the state has made oat a bad enough case against these two men without the addition of newspaper stories that are absolutely untrue." George and Bobby Whitehall were given a preliminary hearing a lew days ago and held for' the j grand jury on a charge of cutting j Patrolman Arthur Arnett on the night of July 1. An account of the preliminary hearing was given the day afterward In The Times, followed by a column story that morning giving furthec details of the trial, ending with the statement that has aroused the ire of the jailer. Mroad News in' J Fairmont Region,' A party of Honongahela railway officials were Id Fairmont last night including CoL J. M. Schoonmaker, Fittaburgh. president, D. K. Orr, Brownsville, superintendcat, and others. Eight hundred empties are ox- j pected on the Monongah division | of the Baltimore jnd Ohio railroad j on Saturday. A fifty per cent run is predicted on the Monongahela railway on Saturday. Hichard Bartlett, B. & 0. car checker, was in Fairmont today. He is assigned to the Monongah and Charleston divisions. A gang of section hands are at| work cleaning up the Helen's Run and Wyatt-Bingamon branches or i the Western Maryland railway. I Famous Booze Car Captured at Last [By AssocJctwi Press] WHEELING, ff. Va, Aug. 13.The "greea cadillac," claimed by prohibition officers to bo the "whiskey express" between Pittsburgh and Wheeling was caught in this city this morning by Capt Bert Phillips, depnty prohibition officer, lone handed, with 15 esses of whiskey. Although prohibition officers exchanged shots with the driver on several occasions he was never! caught. Two foreigners wht# we re; evidently preparing to nnload the j liquor dashed into darkness and escaped when Otficer Phillips appeared on the scene. on 11 nnwiiiisp UN. ipn (Continued man pass one.) best more in tbe interests of the coal industry generally, is In line wltb the plan to-eliminate speculation on export coal and force-the price of coal down. An ironclad embargo on expsrt shipments out of Cnrtis Bay bas had the desired effect. Car Supply Off. General reports show that the car supply at the lake front bas dwindled considerably and is no. as good as was expected after the serrice orders of the hSenfate commerce commission were effective. On Tuesday at the lake front tbese railroads bad percentages as follows: Pennsylvania (R. R. divisions); cn ?? ?nt. IWOIOU wv cv> Vv~>, ?. 50 per cent: Marietta 84 per cent; Wheeling 77 per cent; Allegheny 15 per cent; Ranovo 15 per cent; Pittsburgh 75 per cent; Conemaugh 30 per cent: Monongahela 50 per cent; Cleveland ? Pittsburgli 57 per cent; Erie ? Ashtabula 30 per cent; Akron 3) per cent; K. ? M. IS p9r cent; N. Y. C. 100 per cent; B. ? L. E. 100 per cent W. ? L. E. 100 per cent; B. ? 0.?No 8 55 per cent; Fairmont 60 per ceit; Pittsburgh 32 per cent; Connelisvflle 69 per cent P.?W. Va. (for Aug 9th) 100 per cent; N. & W. (for Aug. 9th) 62 per cent; L. ? K. (for Aug 7th) U per cent SMtannA A* fihapnliK. Care! Robinson, general superintendent of the Boone County Coal I Corporation, Shmples, W. Va., has' accepted a similar position with; New q | Hair Growth^ ~ '- UTSuUIT BXCTAI*^^E5HB?2 FRECKLES AND HI T7 t] ]m,iffliiraj < ly 1, COMB-VflO/CEl y V vie /a /Howe. \ i li i! midentooa that Mr. BoMn-.] son. who had been wits we aooaw Coast; Coal Corporation eighteen i months, his acquired t one-fourth, 1 Interest in the company which he-t recently Joined. The. Central.] States Cos! Company, Toledo, O..I, controls the operation of which Charles T. Eartner Is president and ' S. T. Walbot secretary. In the reorganisation Mr. Robinson is apt 1 to be chosen president of the com-1 pany. > 1 Dally Car Supply. < Along the Monongah division of the Baltimore & Ohio railroad today there are 90S cars sod the early morning placement was 830. , Cars were classified et follows: Open, 829; coke, 35; B. M. L X, 84; M. V.'T, 8. The division ordered 1470 care of which there were 35 can for coke loading in the region. Thirty mines are idle because of car shortage. Cars left over from the previous d&r were 31. . There is a sixty per cent car supply in the West Virginia dls- ; trict of the Monongahela railway j today. i One hundred and fifteen emp- < ties are placed today on the Hel- : ens' Run and Wyatt-Bingamon branches of the Western hlar}-land railway. v fi. & 0. Movement Twenty-five B. & 0. trains drew 115S loads east of Grafton on Thursday, there having been 728 loads Included. Western shipments off the Monongah division on Thnrsday were 556 loads. Lake movement was 115 can. Dally Production. Mines alone the Mononrah division of the Baltimore 4 Ohio railroad on Thursday loaded 782 cars of coal and coke?762 cars of coal and 20 cars of coke. To the east there were 532 cars of coal and 9 cars of coke loaded while to the west thore was 230 can of coal and U eara of coke. Nine cars of coal wcro loaded by wagon mines. Operations along the western Maryland railway oh Thnrsday loaded 73 cars of coal. Daily Shipments. DaDv shipments off the Baltimore & Ohfe railroad on Thursday were as follows: Curtis Bay, 104 cars; St George's, 14 cars; lakes, 70 cars; Michigan points, 16 cars; miscellaneous western shipments 144 cars. Railroad Fuel. Railroad fuel shipments on Thursday off the Baltimore & Ohio railroad aggregated 384 cars. These consignments wore made to railroads: B. & O, 144 cars,- Ban? ? P- r r a? v &U1 a* OiUSlUlIU M caio, \J. \JL AW. J, 13 cars; Lehigh Valley, ? cars; New York Central, 31 cars; New York, New Haven & Hartford, 26 cars; P. i'R., 47 cars; Boston & Maine, 3S cars; Maine Central, 34 cars; R. F. & P, 3 cars; Erie, 38 cars. Divisional Rating. The new rating of the Monongah division of the Baltimore & Ohio railroad effective on August 10? on Tuesday?is 15S9. Due to coal operators ordering more cars than their allotment the rating has decreased. In June, the division's rating was 1703.3 the peak for any monthly rating. United Mine Workers. jonn custaiac, district organiz- J er, is in the Morgan town field to ; day. ' Today C. P. Keeney, Charleston, : president of district 17, Nick Aiell, J district hoard member and Ira Marks, district board member, are , conferring with Manager Tarleton of the Consolidation Coal Company. This evening President Keeney " and Nick Aiell, disirim board member, will leave for Charleston f No Joint conference trill be held this week between the operators snd miners' * officials. Some of t the coal operators on tie board ? are absent from Fairmont just now. t fill! Of | Continued from page one. 'J state platform of the party, which J was adopted unanimously. 0 Judge Morgan, Stuart Reed and 1 Howard Sutherland made brief d addresses before the convention h Just before It closed, each express- P ing confidence that November c would bring a great Republican 0 victory. The morning session was featured by Elliott Northcolt's splendid address, Mrs. Ellis A. Yost's ap- a ^^<^w>aix3i)wu!}ani3S}osx3^ I We Are St ij 4 Our Luml I in order to fill you.1 | Southern Pine s S-rcssois to Mari g Phone ?_________ S FRIENDS?(TAG IS SOI twuw hf,, 73^1 JKJ* WIV- T wEC-ivm) . T- f J f \ %.. I rw??&] , Wr || ; W jLi. g*L\ pwtodas Mr. NortUcott, tie receiving, of a telegrinr from Warren !. Harding expressing regret that w could sot be present and the .ppolntment of committees oa peroaaent organ lati on, order of busness and resolutions. At tie aferaoon session a telegram extend ? irrint Iftn ag lull support irom ?e? , finis Republicans was gent to Mr. Jsrdlng. | Invocation ol diviaie biasing J m read at the opening of the aornlng session by Dr. Jacob BritJagham, of St Luke's Episcopal Anrch. Americanism and Law Enforcement in State Platform WHEELING. Aug 13?Interest tmoag tho delegates to the Rewblican state convention bore resterday centered In the report it the committee on resolutions tad rumors flew thick and fast it possible differences among the nembcrs as to the attitude the snrention should take on the eague of Nations and the prtnr-l iry law. *v ftnallr are-1 wnou uue rciniii, , ientcd to the convention by HI C )gden. of Wheeling, chairman of be cotninittee, the delegate! list, mod with the closest Interest and fluently eipressed their'approval bv rounds of applause and heers. la addition to its utterances . oncernmg the league, the platorm dealt at length with the la10, question, condemning the cmiloyment of private detectives ana luards, and declaring for the use if force only br.the state or local mfhorftles in Industrial disputes, ad then only to maintain the law. Other features of the platform rere the high cost of living which ras laid in pan to "waste and ln.'fflciency in Washington" and a ironouncement against "inflation n public borrowing." It endorsed he Wesf Virginia, Republican seniors and national representatives tad the Republican candidates for tate offices. Tribute was paid to| he soldiers sof the great war, with a argent appeal for the vocation;l training of those of them who ieeded it. "Sectionalism in our government oust cease," was urc wuuui?u| irawn from the charge that while i he "farmer of the north had been| uapoliod to sell his wheat at aj irice. fixed by the government, thej oh'on and sugar planters of tbei oath' had beon permitted to sell heir'products for as high a price! a they could get.'1Good roads,, fanners, coopera-f Ire societies, better schools, equal j ipportunity for women in Indus'- [ ry, the equal suffrage amend-1 tent, received the endorsement of he committee, while, lynch law ras condemned and the West Virginia congressional delegation was irged to support the movement or a fedora! investigation. Indorsement of the lake Erie ad Ohio river canal was without salification, while the party was I lodged to such salaries for school 1 - - j vt?t eacsers as woum un?w .utuutcj otmg men and women to the) eachrng profession and Induce: hem to remain in it Adoption of tie platform on mo-1 Ion of Mr. Ogden was unanimous, j The League of Nation was re-; sphgoosaasg I0TICE OF EXECUTOR'S SALE OF PERSONAL PROPERTY. Tne undersigned, the execntor of he last will and testament of Sarh A. Dudley, deceased, will on; he lltlf day of September, 1920, j wo o'clock.P. If. Tal the homt; rtiich was occupied by the said, iarah A. Dudley, deceased, at the! ime of her decease) at 1104 Lo-i rell street City of Fairmont,! ,'ounty of Marlon and State of: Pest Virginia, offer for sale for; ash to the highest bidders, the! ersonal property, eiceptlng cash! nd money reboivable, which was! wnhd by the said Sarah A Ditd-i sy, deceased, at me time ot neri eath, which personal property, i id'adlnit household furniture, car-i eta. bed clothing, one refrigerator; hairs, onfi organ and various and J umcrous other articles. A. L B. DUDLEY, ' Executor of the last will and testament of Sarah A. Dad. dley, deceased." ,ug 13-20-27-SepL 3. msommmiimimmis'i ocking up I ler Yard 1 r building needs. 1 Lumber Co. I on Planing Mill. | 518' I cBsacagcBggo^^ HETfflNGTH ATISN1 jltsvi \^v I wimfyjtiJ M |t mimr ^ tl* text or wMd^t? u uOowk "We endorse the national' teynbliean platform, and especially its sound Americanism and the patriotic action ot the Republican member! of the Catted Stales senate In retains to rite its consent to the League ot Nations as submitted to the senate bj President Wilson and we are unalterably opposed to any wague of nations or nlllsnre nth anr European now ers that will require the service or life of anv American citizens without the consent of the American people first hand In the matter prescribed bp the eonsticmlon1 of. the Catted States. "We favor the making of Immediate peace and the return of oori government to a pence basis with the constitutional prorogations of; the legislative branch.restored to its .fall powers. We believe that! autocracy in oar government i? wrong and entirely oat of place. I We declare it to he oar fixed purpose to maintain the construction I or the United States and the state of West Virginia that the individual citizen may enjoy,all the rigbta and privileges therein secured to him." So much had been' heard about a possibW pronouncement against the primary law that the plana dealing with elections was listed with the closest interest. It favored an amendment "so as to require the nomination of officials in a political division larger than a county by the election 01 delegates by magisterial district primaries to party conventions with the allotment of delegates, so far as practicable to the election precincts and the holding of all such conventions to be properly safeguarded by the statutes." The labor and industry plank adopted is as follows: "As the champion of freedom for labor the Republican party sprang lots being. Its pledge to keep labor forever free has been one of Its guiding stars in. its growth to the greatest poetical party of all ages and times. In power and .out, it has consistently fought for the welfare of the laboring man and looked oat for his Interests. It has mode him the highest paid man of his class in the world. It has secured for him the highest standard of living with more pleasure, more comforts and more luxuries than men similarly employed onjoy in any other country. "Labor was loyal during the war and will be equally loyal in peace. The bulwark of free government and the safety of the state can I best bp guaranteed by its contented and well paid tollers. Working wages should be commensurate with the high standard of living now maintained by the American workman; and the hours of labor -v._..tj l~ ?.?v aa nllnnr omnia. MJUU1U VC BltUl ao *??l ?*.ww .....y.v time (or physical sad social improvement. To this end, the right o( collective for labor and capital Is recognized as an unquestioned economic condition. , "The Republican party is opposed to class government and believes In government that is ever supreme, always dealing ont exact social and Industrial Justice to a], elements tit its people. Both employer or employee must realize their obligations and that the public right Is higher than their own. The right of the people to continuous and -adetuate service In transportation, food, fncl and other $5. Only two days more in w en's $10.00 to $13.00 low Just think, the season's B M i. Pfl mo. | $iri)U LO $0?<)U UX1UCX 11 uu See Ther Win( Men's Oxfords and Ch 320 MAIN \)-BY BLOSSER. ^SUTWr"! f (. \NtfTWT wtoWG\NW [ IM'YArE ^ J 1 0 ,?*w ii *tl- X Al 1 JyBL inch u menace either'the teatth H or existence of tlx public. v ' ~ "Complete Mancipation of.tm-'-l jut end nafair industrial. conjU. -.4 Uoai and tie paatla* -of a llrin* me bleed on the American I tindirt of Bring It tlx *art?t .p?. :'ja Tentative of industrial dJeordersl ggM r orce m uiuur?w , ^ __ should nrrer be seed, sxeept by*[:g tie state or local government tad & jthMunnJjr for Uie^puryoM of pt? j I The advent of woman u swage ' earner In the Industrial arena a. ..VS of ?oeh magnitude se maiee her. employment no longer hn inci-. ./. [dent bat an lntegrafpart of oor S sj-jtem of Indoatry and. demands j$ i a readjustment of working condi- H Hons and wage baste. Tie hours M of employment of women eioofc J be limited; tie working conditions "a improved; tie wages siotld be mb based on oocopation and euntaraB capacity rather than aex. ; ; "While encouraging and fosterjjra ling habits of industry. thrift andWjl frugality we ffcror sqch labor leg illation as may be necessary to Insure to aU children s normal ?*8 f physical development and edncaVlM tion equivalent to the eighth'grade"; 1-ai as a minimum.*' A plank detllng wkh law enforce-~\S ment which aitraeted math-at- j:-M ten tion during and after ths COO*flKt rention wad as follows: . "A republic the. enfotceqntsof^^ laws made by the people ibonMEaal and mnst always be In the hands ajk of public servants elected by-the3I people, we oepiore werjww that live grown up tinder the.-ao-jfl called private guard or deteet^Mffli systems, in this state. ffll jlTOSMl pledge the HepuMloan letUlatam^j to enact lawa that wfll 'Wrrect- gg ! these ahnsea, asd at the same time jw maintain and protect all propertRB and personal rights." ,' | JErsST choicest footwear at j v mfacturers cost. L . . >. i '/ ? y ' .1: i'. jLf ildren's Shoes.at cost |Eg|