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PLEASED TO OPPOSE COX Sends Telegram of Congrat ulations to Man Who Will Try to Defeat Him l»\ RAYMOND fIAPPI H MARION. Ohio. Jul> 6 Warren O. Itarxllnu twtay acnt * telrTrum of congratulation* to Governor Cm of Ohio, hi* rival candidate for tii* presidency. Hr preferred to •How Co* to ftiake the mejtna(r* public. Hardinc receive*! the new* of Cox's nomination t>efore breakfast He also Isaued a statement uiruln emphasizing that personalities will not tie a How nt to enter the cam pa Imi from his aid* TWO NKWSPAPKRMKN NOW ©I'PONKNTS The nomination of Co*. he Mid. "in an added consideration" (or Ohio, and Siren resasonable assurance that a n»w«[«ijwr executive la to be the tut president. Both Harding and Cox are newspaper publishers. Sneutor Harding's tUUmwl fol lows: 'Xlovemor Coz'a nomination la an Added consideration shown to our great state of Ohio, for whirh I am (tad. and elves reasonable assurance that finally a newspaper man Is to bo made the nation's chief executive. Ohio has accorded (iovfmor Cox very tinusu ij distinction, and lie deserved his notable victory at San Francisco. His nomination will not change our activities in any way In Ohio. It Is a party contest before us. to be (Ought on great principles Involved, amd neither place of residence nor personalities will have any market! Influence on the result." _ The republican keynote will be "the Wisdom of plural leadership" »« Against the "glory of the super man.' Harding indicated. Oovemment thru party opinion will be held up as the aim of the party if restored to power. Senator Harding expected to. de ▼ote considerable time here this week to dictating his acceptance speech Prominent democrats Joined In the TCception yesterday for Harding, a leading democratic banker making the address of welcome and demo cratic merchants are posting Harding placards In their show windows. HAKIMX; FAVORS FRONT PORCH IDEA The senator came out stronger than ®**r today for the front porch Idea and announced hla intention to tgtick to It. despite the objections of, Mraator Penrose, who recently trill Tirtntid It. Plans for creation of a >^ipei-committee" to take over moch yat the work In the ca/npaign. Is un i«er discussion by party leaders. Hard "In# said. Harding'* address to hla neighbor* yaoterday was viewed as forecasting hla acceptance speech. Ha struck what la regarded aa his campaign keynote la the following *M*«Taph. "This wonderful land of our* Is ■"hot the aggregate of communities the sum total of rltlea. villages and • farms, and the mutuality of Interest | and the necessary harmony of pur ; pose. If we are to go on. must lie In conference. In counsel. In the control of many mmdi. In the wisdom of plural leadership In the never falling Tighteousn«-ss of Intelligent public opinion, not in tho glory of the super man." Nomination of Oovrrnor Cox a* ■the democratic candidate fore ■ shadows a bitter struggle over Ohio v between the two parties Cox Is known as a whirlwind performer. Republican Chiefs Starting Session CHICAGO. July «—With the ar rtval here today of Will H. Hays, chairman of the republican na tional committee and 10 national committeemen from Western states. arrangements were to be complete 1 for the active campaign of Warren G. Harding, republican nominee for president. Cat Adopts Young Rabbit fONDON*. July €.—ln an empty railway carriage at Ashford a cat had a litter of four kittens. A work man took away one of the kittens. The est could not be reconciled to Its lo.«s, and eventually caught a young wild rabbit about the siw- of h<r kit ten. The rabbit now fills the vacant place In the feline family circle. King Albert Has New Airplane HKVMELR, Belgium, July 6 King Albert ha* been presented with a new Brifttol Fighter a«roplan% The king did not want any decora tion* of the machine, only a dual Ignition and larger petrol tank. In order to make longer flight*. Th» HandleyPago company made the gift. It's Nice to Read About Anyway PARIS, July «. Th<- thrifty French Jjave figured the thing out. Tho law bans absinthe, but there are huge absinthe stocks In the country. What to do with absinthe? Kasy! They are going to blend It with fruit and liqueurs. Had a Fine Time, but Paid for It LOS ANOKLEH, July 5 —While the dogfleh harked In the pale moonshine along the bathing beach, Alexander Vega walked and talked * Itii two fair damoHel* he met when the evening wax younger than It wan then. They started home In the automobile of the »weet young thing*. Half way homo (or dome place el»e) one «weet young 'un produced an altogether unlovely automatic with a eurprlfliigiy cold muzzle and preened name agaln*t Ale*'* trembling dome. Then 'tother >*ald "Shell out." And Alex did, to the tune of 140 40 and a watch. He told hi* trouble* to the cop*. NEXT PRESIDENT IS AN EDITOR FROM OHIO! We write the headline over this picture with,considerable certainty. Whether it will be Harding of the Marion Star (Rffr) or Cox of the Dayton and Springfield Xeti n (Detn.) we're not so certain. Sow if the "third party" inil only nominate A/ttx Hayes of the Cleve land Citizen, there won't be a doubt in the world an to Buckeye journalist# landing their places in the sun. JENNY LIND WAS A GOOD OL' PAL She'll Wind Up 'Er Days in the Pasture LONDON. July * Mrs Konker's donkey has hauled her last load of coals. Jenny IJnd. that's the donkey, la a convalescent now at the Animal League hospital and when her wrenched shoulder Is healed, the league wilt send Jenny to the coun try to end her days in pasture "Jenny's done her* bit. ain't you. JennyT* said Mr*. Jame* Konker, haired Jenny to the hospital. "Been a good pal to me, ain't you, old dear?" "Why, sir. my husband bought Her before the war and when he Joined up Jenny and I had to do the rounds with the coal and coke First when we got her she was ss black as your shoe, sir, she was that dirty. 1 washed 'er with carbolic and believe me. sir, she come as white as a lamb"' "She couldn't drag a chair across a room, she was that weak, when Jehny first came to us." says Mrs. Konker. "But after much oats Jenny was a willing worker. ' She's 40 If she's a day," Mrs. Konker acknowledges. "but she ain't wore out yet. Food's got so high I can't keep her. but I won't sell her to nobody what don't unite/- stand donkeys." P 9 A Wonder Event in White Canvas Footwear For Women dj>l O C The Pair . . . *P 1 •£* • For Children dj 1 A A . The Pair . . . «P 1 • V/ \/ Pumps, Mary Janes High Button Shoes and Slippers With Rubber or Leather Soles Women's Sizes 21 to 7 Children's Sizes 51 to 2 But Not All Sizes in All Styles More Gas Sold Here in Month Than Year Ago After dealing with a more liberal hand over the holidays. Standard Oil company has reverted to a five gallon limit of gasoline for pleasure cars. Instead of one half tank rapacity Shell stilt holds to the tatter, lloth companies allow trucks 10 galiona The Increased demand created by more than 704 gasoline fl>hlng l<atis that are now on the water at Neah bay and the policy of the company to not discriminate between Tscdtaa and Seattle are given as' reasons for returning to the five gallon ration by John McLean, district asiea manager of the Standard Oil company. "That there Is enough gtsollne to ■uppty everybody with some." said McLean, "la shown by the fact that there has been sold In Seattle since the first of the month IS per cent more gas than for the same period last year." The other companies report nd change either In rationing or supply, nayir g that thfc whole situation will return to nqfmal whan Standard ran Uk« rare of their own customers once more. The El Segvnda. due by July 15, la the next Standard tanker scheil uled to bring relief to Seattle. Girl "Apache" Is Cleared of Murder PA 1118. July * Hunted over Eu rope for two years by the French po lire, ronvlcted of murder and con demned to death without ever facing her Jury. Mile. Jeanne Laroate. girl "Apa«he," la free today an<l e inner ■ of the charge Hhe was sought after a girl companion was killed by a knife thrust while In her «>mp«ny. t'nder the French law she was tried and found guilty while, she was still a fugitive. Her actual trial acquit ted her. THE SEATTLE STAR CHEERY TIME IN SAN FRANCISCO Delegates "Tear Up" Town in Big Celebration PAN FRANCISCO. July « tfan j Kmnrlaro'* downtown dcMrtct early. thl» morninK waa Ihe ere.na of Ihe aildaat political demonstration thii eity haa ever ereji following the nomination of Governor Jaliea M- Ol* for the presidency by lh« dem • •.•ra'l national convention N«t content with merely trying to rniae the roof of the auditorium when the lon* deadlock waa broken at I U t. m . cheering throne* of democratic delegate* and ptruauu paraded thru the bualneaa aectlon of the city, led by th* Cos band from Ilqua, Ohk>. The p«»«t mnventlon relet** tl on rearhe.l ita climax when th* crowd, filled the epa clone lobliiea of the l*alai e hotel. t'heer on ch««f for Ohio'a governor drowned out even the Uuid coins futt blaat, playing Pol campaign aonga. "TMste." along with the Jaxiieat muato in their repertnlre. e Finally the proceaalon got tinder way again, parading up Market at., the tlrele*« niualclana, wlioae ef forte to Inatlll pep Into the conven tion were ao iuo eaaful. lending the way. Dancer Values Bark on Knee at $50,000 ITINTON. W. Va.. July « Mia* Nyro.» Seiihert. a ilanrer, htu> brought ault for 1.'.f1.000 again*! the proprie tor* of th* Mc<*reery hotel. She al lege* that while etopping at the hotel •he .walked Into an open elevator • haft and barked her knee ao ne verely that It Interfere.! with her dancing Her livelihood dependa on •hapely limha, »he declared, and wtth either out of rommtaMon *he might aa well remain at home. DIPLOMATS ARE SHY OF COUTIES Perhaps They Didn't Have Any to Begin With WASHINGTON. July 1 doolie* lull Interfere with I«irr negotiation* a* writ aa army plan* Whan the wivlH ri>mifil**ion lo n* no)ml. p!Ni«c with t->thonla rroneed the line* Into the city of Nurvo, on it* wny to Ili'Vnl. It* iiii-inlwnt »»r« promptly capped Into quarantine by tli« American fced Crow typhu* fighter*, and, in »plie of deapentte proteatatlonx, and citatlona of dlplo matte privilege. were forcibly d>- tallied fur di*lnfecllon b*tpr« being permitted to proceed. 11 Ulan I object* afipiw clneer )uat tgifiirw mln lieraune the air get* damp tln-wand damp air U more tninepar i-nl llian dry. Columbia Colo, the new American beer Adv. The BoivMarch£ KflT ABMBIfKD 1«»© Today the July Clearance Sales Sweep Through Many Sections of This Big Store Bringing a Host of Welcome Economies t to the Thrifty Folk of Seattle And it must be remembered that there are many lots too small and too numerous to be advertised, on which savings are even more pronounced. < • MPBBBBsaaßgSflWtta'MN 1 Mcts# JL.— 1 , 11 I : I——Ml1 ——Ml JULY CLEARANCE SALES ON FABRIC FLOOR Wool Dress Goods Reduced Two Thousand Yards —15 to 45 Per Cent Less Than Original Pricings $4.50 Wool Jersey $3.75 Wool Serge Reduced to $2.35 Reduced to $2.95 For new dresses, skirts or suits this All-wool Jer- Three pieces of 50-inch All-wool Storm Serg«. and •ey, 56 inches wide, is most appropriate—to be had in for only $2.95 a yard, in a good shade of navy blue— Old Rote, Dark Green, Emerald. Robin's Egg, splendid quality. Light Gray and others Suitable for dresses, skirt*, capes and children's wear $3.50 Heather Mixed Suitings $6.00 Wool Velour Reduced to $2.95 Yd. $4.95 Yd. Good-looking suits or coats may be made from this All-wool 56-inch Heather-mixed Suiting—in brown. 56-inch All-wool Velour. Taupe, rose, Pekin, navy, gray, row, tun and blue—appropriate for suits, boys' f awn and other colors. wear and skirts. ' ... . flv»~n l™ .j ron~ $6.95 and $7.50 White Wool $6.50 and $7.50 Wool Plaids, $3.95 Goods $4 95 ssdfSMK's . n color combinations, reduced to $3.95. $5.50 and $5.95 Tricotine, $4.65 $6.50, $6.95 Motor Coating, $4.95 50- and TA-inch Tricotine* arc reduced to $4.65 for Heavy-weight Sport coating, a weight that needs no. the July Clearance. All wool and will wear excep- lining—Also English tweeds and diagonal weaves— tionally well. Beaver, beige and tan. 56 inches wide for long or sport cdats. $7.50 Poiret Twill, $5.95 All wool, 56 inches wide, in nutria, raccoon, Pekin, petal of rose, navigator blue. FABRIC KIXKDU (THTUn Women's Pumps and Oxfords From $l.OO to $8.50 Less Women's $5.00 Low and High Shoe*, $3.00 $8.50 Pumps and Oxfords Reduced to $5.00 $9.50 to $ll.OO Pumps and Oxfords at $6.00 $B.OO to $15.50 Oxfords Reduced to $7.00 $9.50 to $13.50 Pumps and Oxfords at $B.OO $ll.OO to $13.50 Pumps and Oxfords, $9.00 $12.00 to $17.00 Pumps and Oxfords, $lO.OO BHOK HHOr—ri'PKß MAIN KIAXJII —t THE JULY CLEARANCE SALES BRING SAVINGS IN CANNING TITI-L .|| |i|3 * , NEEDS ■ W I Mason Quart Jars Reduced to 95c ™ rvMj "Perfect" Ball Mason Fruit Jars—complete with porcelain lined caps and ■Snk "ibber rings. With the prices reduced to Dsc you'll want to lav in enough for trap y >ur season's cann ng. At this price we cannot take phone orders. Jelly Glasses Preserving Kettles 1 Reduced to 48c Dozen Reduced to 49c VPt mtk A "Rail" squat-shape Jelly Glasses with Gray Enameled Steel Preserving A covers: 6-°" nce R ' ze - At such a low Kettles—6-quart size. You'll want 9 price we cannot take phone orders nor • one or two to use when nutting up ~~~ ~5J| deliver less than two dozen. . fruit. Reduced to 49c. *" 1 1 ■ ■ 11 '" * FOURTH FLOOR—THE HON MARCHES TRANSPORT IS STUCK IN MUD Party of Congressmen on Board Great Northern SAN FRANCISCO, July «. The army tru import Great Northeraf wlitrh waa to have nulled early today for Honolulu and thr I'hilippltH'f *i>nt iiKrouml In a mud tmiik off I 'nrt Maiou. and wa* at ill atutk font at 10 SO a in. Plana wire made to low her out brtwtniii 1 and 2 p. in. today The army imnnport m-rvli* gave aaaur •lira that »h« had Buffered no dain imr and waa In no dan^r. Al««irtl the Great Northern are a parly of congrcupmen and I'nlted Htatra aenatoia. It haa been estimated that the Kngllxh language poa»e*aea 76.000 inure word* than the French, Ger man and Hpantnti languaxe* com bined. All Polo Coating—One-Fourth Less Polo Coating—splendid for summer and sport wear—in tan color, reduced for the July Clearance Sales. . . $10.50 Polo Coating Reduced to $7.88 $ 8.50 Polo Coating Reduced to $6.38 $ 9.50 Polo Coating Reduced to $7.13 Bureau of Missing Relatives liaiilnl K Hebackinan, formerly of the I'. H. H. TV>aa and later of the l"uget Hound naval baaa hoepltal. hue dieappeared elriee hla dlichargf, 1 )ereirit>er 31. hla brother, Nathaniel If. Kcliackmi.n. of *7O Hm-<leker ave., Ilrooklyn. N. V., write* The Biar. I>anlet Is about 20 yeurti old and h.v fnor eyeeiitht. A dlKtinguiKhlng mark la a hole in the lobe of on" ear, punched with a nail when he waa a •mail lad Nathaniel eny* he will appreciate any information concern ins hi* brother. Only thnae who have nothlnc to <lo look upon life aa a burden. Women's Wearables One-Third to One-Half Less Included in the collection are: One Group of Long Coats at Half Price A special lot of Women's Suits at Half Price One lot smart Street Dresses One-third Less A lot of Silk Dresses at Half Price One group of Plaid Skirts, Special at $7.95 One lot of Sport Coats Reduced to $14.75 SECOND FLOOR—'THE .BON MARCHK 9-YEAR-OLD BOY KILLED BY AUTO Ran in Front of Car at Enumclaw Milton smith nln» year old mm of Ira M. Hmlth, Knumclnw, w« killed instantly mllea north of th* pirnle k round* n«*ar EnumcUlw wfien a motorbua, driven by J'* Ku)awa, «tru<-k him. The boy ran from b*- hind a aecond automobile. Kujawa wan arre.tad. but wan relrajMd *hrn wltne»*e» declared th* itcct dent wan unavoidable. Kills Herself With Hatpin in Bathtub WOI/VtI(HA MITON, July « Mr*. Mary Therena Wolfe wa» fo.inl dead In her bath tub with » •unal! wound which penetrated tli* heart. Kvldenra showed that It w.i* <-!iu*ed by a hatpin found in th» tuu, Hhe had Imn II! with Influenza.