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( POLITICS IN REVIEW ,
(From the Observer, Baltimore)
Democrats are still engaged in the
preliminaries of their battle. The
fourth termers are mustering their
" forces in Baltimore City where they
expect to do battle with the Jackson-
Curran-Bichy forces supporting Sen
ator Mclntosh.
The Governor remains silent—talk
ing only behind the scenes—but pull
ing every wire to get support. His
main rzliance here as in the coun
ties is the office holders. His own ap
pointees he can muster a*out to a
man even though some of them do
not like the idea. :
Senator Mclntosh has been moving
~ around in the counties sounding out
the strength of the anti-Ritchie senti
ment. This seems to be increasing.
The Governor hints that he will
make an announcement “at the proper
time.” That proper time is proba
bly the time which he thinks he can
visualize enough support to win both
the primary and the general election.
For the general election the fourth
termers hold fondly to Dr. Frank
Kent’s pendulum theory—that the
swing this year will be strongly to
the Democrats and that therefore in
Maryland any Democrat can win.
Needless to say, Dr. Kent is a Ritchie
backer, having been carefully nursed
into that attitude by His Excellency|
through a period of years. l
The anti-Ritchie people are more
than anxious for the Govenor to say
something. They are tired of the
uncertainty and some of them are be
ginning to think that the Governor
will back out. But the theory is that
the Governor will be scared off.
While there are plenty of Republi
cans who think they would like to be
Governor of Maryland the matter that
baffles them is' the inability to figure
out the Democratic nominee in ad
vance. Could there be a pregent as-l
surance that Ritchie would be the
nominee the number of Republican
aspirants would ‘rapidly increase. But
there is among the Republicans a fear
that the Democrats will finally get
together on a new candidate—a man
of party strength who has not been
| tarred with the Ritchie stick, and
that, as the political sky now appears,
would be fatal to the Republicans.
To date Ritchie continues the over
whelming Republican choice for the
Democratic nomination just as Mayor
Broening is the favorite of the Demo
crats.
Rallying Jobholders :
For Fourth Term
The morning paper of yesterday re
ports a gathering at the solarium of
Gilbert A. Daily in South Baltimore
to further the fourth term ambition
of His Excellency. We look over the
names mentioned—eleven in all. No
less than ten of these eleven are on the
public payroll. Then we read of an
indorsement of the fourth term at a
club on North Broadway. Three
names are mentioned. Two of them
are office holders. And so it goes—
showing that the great majority of
those who indorse the fourth term do
so because they are receiving pay in
some form or another.
But something good may come out |
of the banquet scheduled for the ev
ening of March 4 at the Southern|.
Hotel. It is to be given by Demo-|
cratic Clubs of the northern annex. |
The list of speakers includes former |
Mayor Jackson, Senator Meclntosh, |
Governor Ritchie and Senator Tyd-|
ings. This affair is apparently to be|.
a sort of free-for-all and is not to be
limited to the Governor and his back- |
ers,as was the banquet of the Concord | ]
Club. This even should draw a big|;
crowd and it should be worth while to |
hear what Howard Jackson has to say, |
for it seems that he is one who has the |’
nerve to use plain words about pres-|.
ent conditions in the Democratic par- |1
ty. ]
O’Conor Figuring 1
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From the Eastern Shore comes |
word that State’s Attorney Herbert |1
R. o’Conor intends making a pilgrim- |]
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of discussing the political situation
| with the local leaders. He has been
| mentioned for the nomination for At
| torney General on both State tickets
| but the understanding is that he is
| most desired on the Mclntosh ticket.
| As for us we do not know which
ticket the young State’s Attorney pre
fers to run on and we suppose that
like many others he hopes there will
be only one ticket in the end and that
he will be safely anchored on that.
But there is State Senator E. J.
Colgan, who has also been mentioned
for this place and some of the city
Democrats are said to prefer him to
o’Conor mainly because of his known
and established independence of the
Ritchie influence. He it was who got
the Legislature to pass several bills
giving to the State Senate the full
right to act on the Governor’s most
important appointments only to find
his work go for naught because of the
Governor’s veto.
Then there is Saul Praeger, of
Cumberland, who has been thinking
of running—in fact wants to run on
the new ticket. We haven’t heard
anything of him lately but there is no
doubt his mind is still turned that
way. He is a good campaigner and
good campaigners will be needed on
both sides in the coming battle.
| Dennis Talk
lWill Not Down :
The talk of Judge Samuel K. Den
pis for Governor simply will not be
downed and one hears it every day
on the streets. Those who know the
situation say that the Judge could by
merely assenting to becoming a can
didate sweep the decks clear in a few
days as it is generally admitted that
Ritchie would net dare stand up
against him.
Still we get no favorable word from
the Judge who seems: to be so well
Isatisfied with his present position
that he cannot realize the anxiety of
his friends as to the outcome of the
situation.
Republicans Agree
On One Point Only
About the only thing that observers
of the situation in the Republican
party can agree upon is that Mayor
Broening is in Florida. There’s no dis
pute about that, but every other mat
ter is debatable just now.
One man is willing to het ten cents
that the Mayor, within ten days after
his return from Florida, will announce
himself a candidate for Governor. On
the other hand, Republicans who claim
to be well posted, express confidence
that the Mayor will do nothing in ad
vance of a conference of State lead
ers.
Former Senator Weller, who has
been on an automobile trip to Flori
da, is home again and calling on those
interested in politics in both parties.
He does not profess to foresee the so
lution of the situation in the Republi
can party. He is not in close touch
with the Mayor nor does he seem to
be committed to any candidate or
prospective candidate.
Many observers of independent
mind are expressing the view that
Albert G. Towers would be an excel
lent vote getter for the Republieans
‘But whether he would go into it is
‘another matter. Probably some of
‘those associated in business with him
would discourage the idea, and it is
possible that Mr. Towers would have
to be shown where the votes are ex
pected to come from in the general
election.
David A. Robb, of Allegany, was in
Baltimore this week and to some of
his friends he declared in plain lan
guage that he was a candidate for the
Governorship and intended shortly to
file his papers at Annapolis as such.
This should be interesting to all other
aspirants, known or unknown, for
there are some who think that the
first candidate in the field may start
with a considerable advantage.
Mr. Robb is very strong with the
dry element, while he also has many
friends among those konwn, more or
less, as wets. He has kept clear of any
connection, direct or indirect, with the
Ritchie administration and therefore
1| should be in the best sort of position
to discuss all the campaign issues
,’with freedom. And it is reported for
him that he has a willingness to do
this from end to end of Maryland.
Ne Lincoln Day
: Banquet Held Here
: For many years Abraham Lincoln’s
| birthday was the occasion of a banquet
: in Baltimore, usually sponsored by a
: Republican club. 'But this year there
was none at all although a very big
; one was held at Hagerstown. We
| wonder why this neglect of the Lin
|coln memory in Baltimore. Was it
{ because the Mayor was out of the
| State or because the party members
are too busy running the City Hall to
think of “Old Abe.”
| Certainly in a year when the Re
| publicans have so many local office
| holders it should have been possible
to drum up a good attendance for a
| banquet. .
| Possibly it is because the Republi
cans no longer have any except ward
clubs. There used to be the Young
Men’s Republican Club to sponsor
such affairs but that went out long
ago. Then there was the Union
League Club, but that, too, now seems
to have pssed out.
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The Ladies’ T.'L. C. club met at the
home of Mrs. Blaine Durst. Those
present were: Mrs. Robert Oates,
Mrs. J. Beatty Smith, Mrs. Austin
Schwartz, Mrs. Emmet Williams, Mrs.
Murray White, Mrs. James Gilbert.
Games were played and refreshments
were served.
The Boys’ A. E. F. club met in the
pastor’s study of the Presbyterian
church. Further arrangements were
made for a play to be given in the
near future.
Class Party
Mrs. T. O. Winters entertained her
Sunday school class at her home here.
Games were played and a “taffy-pull”
was held. Refreshments were served.
Those present were Clyde and Will
iam Duling, Robert Durst, John
Schaeffer, Junior Winters, George
Winters and Harrison Baer.
Union Revival Services
A union revival meeting will begin
Sunday night at the M. E. church. J.
E. Buckley, D. D., will preach the
opening sermon. The combined
Methodist and Presbyterian choirs
will furnish the musiec,
Honor Roll Students
The following members of the Gor
mania school who are on the honor
roll for the past month are, Edward
and Lois Boseley, Madeline and Wil
ma Paugh, Geraldine Duling, 'l“helma
Lloyd, Jack Williams, Perry Rinker,
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| Dance and Party
| Mr. and Mrs. William Butts enter
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| Wild Life League
| The Allegany Branch of the Wild
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|ship drive, to be launched at once.
The drive will close March 15. To
date the league has placed in the
stream over 200,000 trout for stock- |
ing purposes. Several ring-neck
pheasants have been raised and re
leased and several dozen wild rabbits
imported and released. '
Personal Mention
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Foley, King
wood, and T. W. S. Foley, Mt. Storm,
are visiting H. D. Foley, who has been
seriously ill.
| George D. Browning, Oakland, is
the guest of his grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. M. G. Williams. |
William Warsaw, Kempton, visited
friends here recently. l
Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Barrick, Kitz
miller, Mr. and Mrs. Luke Close andl
children, and Mr. G. Close, of Thomas,
W. Va., were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
B. F. White.
Patrick Miller and J. A. Fleenor,
Petersburg, were here visiting friendsl
and relatives. |
Mr. John Landis, Deer Park, isl
here visiting relatives. '
Mr. and Mrs. M. F. White visited |
relatives in Elk Garden and Kitz-'
miller, recently. !
Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Davis, Oak-i
land, visited friends here recently. |
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| C. W. Schaeffer is moving here|
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| Mrs. Stephen Kitzmiller, Hartmons
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! Mr. and Mrs. Robert N. Oates were
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OAKLAND, MARYLAND.
, Dental X-Ray.

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