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JlOffiQDO f From Pag One) ' 2eaa woaU f to Cm V ft werjs aot for Um famr-Iaaar Uck ct to Attract tiM radicals. tale GlMW UflB. . IV Mttaok (or Gov is ghmqr. Hoar ot aiy friends her who or KOiBC to TOt far Cm Jnl Ifclalr be has a xbuce to carry Colorado ana uojr know ittJtiti UU ft. 1 abandon Johnson altar i Anyway, there is not r of large influence is -J to helping Cox. The jk to op against a dlf- -jlUon: the Democratic j ii disrupted and dis- nSECUTIVE EODT 1 o? legion iiraro DCLAHATI0r3 k?ht7 7oroMtoiartohton taaace Cardinal Logo, archbishop of Armagh sad primate of the Rod man Catholic church la Ireland. Tha cardinal to an taf oeaCal Ban m Ireland and haa always taken the twonost lateroat in Iri h poli tico, hot ft Is seldom that ho haa sought to inerfero except In the, in terest of harmony. Though of unim pressive figure and possessing no gift of etoqttence, hts eminence i ' and be Las been a csrdHisl more regarded by those who know him as ' . f r.tnr t his younger days ho traveled widely iuauy a cmat maji-rrcatf in intellect and to. force of character. With no advantage of - birth he fooght hto way from obscurity to his scarlet cap by sheer ability. He was a bishop as-long ago as 1879! which he loves tc tell. in Earope and in. America, and bis wanderings ! hare ' furnished him with a great store of anecdotes Today's AESircrtirisa 1560 Coronation ot Queen Mary I of England. . -174 Francois de Laval became arst bishop ot Quebec. - lTft nirbard tha Psetoiatm ef r ' eaeo. bora near PrtaeeC . J. Died there, lab. SU 1S89 Voters ot the stata ot V - : inatoa ; rejected a arc. ' constitutional rrovislon woman saf rage. anee that greeted the bis arrival in Denver Mtic and cordial. , Soma who beard him said the .skewed the effects of bis t tourney. . , . IrWWfttar for Cox. ad considerable sympathy for nor Cox for his gallant light jf k!K odds..-The feeling here j to be that Cox Is struggling l.aad unaided.. For Instance, j' the Denver Post has a car 1 fllsplayed prominently in its' t page ' wh : Governor Cox Jlax in an imploring attitude te S row of sphlnxs, including is, McAdoo, i'lark and other operatic leaders, and asking M, "Aren't' you ever going to r anything?". - tep Democratic chieftains who t Colorado's politics very well diacouragingly about the out for Cox. They say nice things jt the Ohio governor and t'aink I njaking a Rood campaign, but f don't think he will carry Col o. " 'Ann Tote Favor Hardin?, ow different things are from ISIS campaign. Wnen me writer hd Colorado in his swing rnd tW circuit four years ago (friendliness to Wilson was un salable. Every straw vote in I vicinity favors Harding - Re Jicah leaders in 1916 told me mtely they -couldn't carry Col to and would lose the state by 00 majority. President Wilson fled it by 70,000 and this" time Democrats, who ought to know diet a Harding victory by at ft 20,000. hie League of Nations is not a (trolling factor in the election. We is only one factor the im- ienr.e for a change of admlnis llon. Furthermore, the Demo lic label has gotten a black eye i' its association with the Non rtisan league. In the desire to le against the Democratic etats ket many old line Democrats II vote for Harding and the jole Republican ticket Some jmer. votes that are ordinarily Cleveland, Ohio. Sept 30. The ' executive committee of the Ameri- can Legion was in session here to- wv w viipgw ot manors rvierrea I I l, V. ........ .1 ... 1 II V MJ U7 UIUIWI VUUTVB tion which aillnnrnMl tian tnHa The legion renewed its doctors- I tion of political independence; re affirmed the cardinal principle that ! those who gave most should re-1 celve most from the nation; res tat-1 ed its position in favor of mi ad justed compensation: reaffirmed, its I stand in favor, of adequate national ' defense: voted to continue the cam-1 palgn of the "Americanism commis sion' and declared that "the slacker I mitlkf. tftlrA ttlA nnnttmiAtiA nf hfa t I treason. ' -. ' - AT THE "BIG STORE" WILL DECLARE WAR OVER. : r Rome, Sept 30. (United Press). -Italv will declare the war at an end Oct 31, the cabinet announced I toflay." All war measures possible will bo reyoked then, it was announced, and the war ministry will be reduc ed. The laf.er move will restore a number of commandeered hotels to their owners. BLANKETS, A 59 SPECIAL AT - - - Th . 1 - " ' . . . . . Aroolnap Blankets, size 84 inwiesby 72 inches. The colorings included pink, blue and tan plaids. Also plain gray withorders. Extra high quality blan kets, on sale Friday and Saturday only, at thi extremely low price of $4.59.' . GlYEJi FRESl'H TRANSLATION. Urbana. 111. The University of Illinois ' bulletin on the"?'Econon-i leal Use of Fuel H Locomotives which was published in April, 1918. has been translated Into the Frencbrl by a distinguished Industrial engi neer of France, Maurice Varinois, It was announced here recently. The bulletin had previously been sold in many foreign countries, but this is the first translation. It was published to giye to the world the results of experiments carried on by the university during the war on the problem of fuel economy, y "Gets4f -Painless Cora Remover Oman's Case Amazes Rock Island This Corn Remover Is Guaranteed. business man's wife could not Throw away that dangerous razor and n, toaA tuitfcnti, chn na:nD in Dluter. T)ont w&ftte vonr time simplv ! ' J "c' BO oet ria of it with uets-ii." ttemove n. ana wcaK. r .nany sne tnea i pie witchhazel,- camphor, hy-1 itis, etc, as mixed in La.voptik K : ; wash. The result produced by ' , J guarantee a small bottle La ttlk to help ANY CASE weak, lltiftft r influmaH avoa i1nmi eye cup FREE. A. J. Riess,! ggist, 1806 Second avenue, and llegel's drug stores, Rock Island Davenport. (Adv.) ! iVlCTIMS RESCUED A 1 j j LU v i .. ... - iira 'TiimwLLi imh pea I BLANKETS, $98 SPECIAL AT - - - :At'- Cotton Blankets in grey or tan with pink or blue borders. Two sizes, 84 inches by 72 inches and 80 inches by 72 inches. For two days only Friday and Saturday buy them for $2.98. COMFORTS, $(j69 REDUCED TO - - - TT Large size comforts, all 1 00 sterilized cotton with beautiful silkoline coverings. Special fo Friday and Saturday $4.69. MATTRESSES, $10.98 Full size eh mattresses in art ticking with French rolled edge. For Friday and Saturday we offer this 45 lb. mat tress for only $10.98. COMFORTS, $5 98 A 2 DAY SALE AT l Comforts of medium size, made of se lected cotton and covered with silkoline in , a variety of pleasing patterns. Special for Friday and Saturday, $3.98 PILLOWS, $1.39 Large size pillows, guaranteed all new feathers, covered with blue art ticking. Friday and Satur day, special, each $1.39. COlMlt On All Regular Lines of Blankets, Comforts, Mattresses and Pillows w . s. i r .1 ii Deduct one-htth rrom the marked prices. It s a saving worth while. TU Safe. Sandbfe. Qek. PaUw Cora V: I BlmpSy apply two or three drops of this i hmritnnnrn remedy and your Data from .that ra.rn imih forever. 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