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Organization of World War Veterams
Minneapolis, Nov. 12.-The first an
nual convention of the American Le
gion tonight elected Franklin 'D'Oliei
of -Philadelphia as its first nationa
Commander and voted to have Con
gress consider the advisability of ap.
proving further bonuses for servic(
D'Olier was the 'first candidate tU
be nominated. lie 'was named by th(
Arkansas delegation. California pass.
ed its nominating right to New Yorl
and Stuyvesant Fish placed the nami
of Hlanford -MacNider of Mason City
Iowa, before the convention. Tl(
Virginia delegation nominatedI Leslit
.lones of Washington, 1). C., and Ken
tItelky named oimmett O'Neill of WLids.
Ville. Jack 'Sullivan of Feattle, wh
was nominated by the North I)akot:
delegates, wifthdrew from (he race
as did Chairmitn lienry I). Lindsay ol
lallas, nominated by (te Texas dele
gation, The vote was:
Il'Olier, :, MacN ider, 21!: .1ones
28: O'Neill, iS.
The title of past national commano
let was conferred upon1 'Mr. Lind
say. lii had been ating Iead of fl
legion sinlce the meeting at St. Loiis
Ilecion1 of the national commainit
der followed a turttbulentt aftrnonl
w!1e I a ntl st of resolit iolls a ri11 te
poiincluiln, the :mohle honuls is
Sie. were csidered. The cIlven
tion for a t1time Seemi(ed shart ptiy split
0:a tle. proposal lot ndtse a specil
holus planl, aid fituilly voted to place,
tie miattl inl lthe hands of the natiol
al .eat and hiouse ofrepeettvs
-iiepreseittive liyal ('. .ohlson of
Abl-levtl . S. I)., who served in Franec,
supplied the inspiration which deeid
id the bonus issui. Called to the, eoln
vetiioll stage he itr-ged the delegates
to ask cotngrss "to recognize and re
lieve th ie li cia iisad van tages" in
curred by persons who made snct ifices
to serve their Country. Former
Senator Luke Lea of Tennessee, chair
man of the bonus committee, formal
ly put this resolution before the con
vention and it was passed by a tre
mendotis viva voce vote.
A broad variety of suibjects, incltid
ing the Centralia, Washington, trag
edy, industrial unrest, and the Nation
al Non-Partisan League, were touched
on this afternoon.
Delegates from northwestern states
drew up a resolution assailing the ac
tivities of President A. C. Townley of
the Non-Partisan League, but it was
tabled by a vote of the convention.
Commander 'Olier issued the fol
lowing statement shortly afttlr his
"rhe Anieircan I egion has aln eno
mous amolint of constrict ive work be
fore it, in the coming year, but the
spirit of clear thinking. fair play and
co-operation m1an1ifested so wonleifiul
ly throughout this convention elaves
no doubt. in ily imind that. we shall he
able to accomplish during the oeimting
y-eat' just as remtirka ble results for
our count ry as -we did( in such a comn
piaratIively short time in effecting thle
titter defeat of the enemy.
"Every actioin of the convent ion was
dIiscu ssedl ca refullIy andir in e very in
st ance the sotundelst possible jutdg
mniit prevaIled. Tlhere was only one
thought of every delegate piesent and
that was to do whlat was ,best for this
counIItr'y of our1s, for which only so re
cently we were willing to give 01ur
'alit. J1. J. Mi(Swalini of G'reenville,
nominIl~ated for nat iona iiiCe chia n
of thle AmIericanl Le'gion, reeived the
vote of 22 states anid tailed of el eelcti
by a small mnargin.
Ol11D El l" F01 ARMS31
PLA(ED flY 3MEXIC'O
Munitioins of Wiar P'urchased in. Eu.
rope. Stir ini Washiiingtonu.
Washington, Nov. 1-t.-Disclosur'es
of large oirders of arms anid amuni.
ion placodl by Mexico in Eutirope wern
followed toda ybiy revelations tending
to show that the "'reds' undltergr'outto
linte" from Soviet Rutssia to the U'nitet
fetates runs by way- of SMexico.
It beenme known that the llmmigra.
lion service anid the de-partmient o:
Justice bo0th are concer'nedl at the in
flux of :Russlian radIcals and othei
aliens of red tendlencies over thle Mexi
enn border. Furthermore, governien
agen ts have traced mnuch r'ed Ipropai
ganda over' the 'Mexican line.
A lettetr writte'n October 2i, by 'fIna
mon P. de Negri, Mexican consul gen
eral in New York, to F'lavia lHorqluex
a diexican setnator, indlorsinig the pr'in
citile of "'nationalIzation'' has come ill
to thle hands of-thle govern ment Ian(
ailready has been cal led to te atten
ion of thle state deparitmtet by a
least two senator's as showing de 'Ne
gi's aissocintIloll withI ratdicalI social.
ists int the United i-tates.
In fthe opintiont of offi('ials htere th(
luihIleaftion (If do Negri's letteri mat
lead to an embarranssintg sittiatiotn.
i.s k nown' that the setnat ors who call
e(1 t he at tition of <amcit-' I ltmsi,
to it reconmended cancellation of the
consul general's exequator.
Government investigators have re
ported that. radicals seeled to have
been first attracted to .exico by cer
tain socalled "ultra modern" provi
sions of the new constitution. De
Negri in his letter w rites that "only
Russia by nationalizing lands has gone
further than we have."
- lhe Rtazor.
A young fellow wrote to a firin In
the south of Ireland which was sell
ing razors at live shiliihgs each. This
is the style of his letter:
"'lease send one of your razors,
for which I inclose P. 0. for five shill
"P. S.---I ha% e frgotten to inclose
the shilligs, but nlo doubt a111- 1ir of
your standing' will send one."
"We heg to acknowledge your es
teemed order and have pleasure in
sendin( g the razor, witich we trust you
"P. S.-We have forgotten to li
(lose( the razor, but no doubt a fel
low wit yort CIheek wOn't ne(d 01e."
Cil 111id1y 11igured Self-In~bieted.
Aiderson , Nov. 12.-.liss Louise
i)ueworth is it a local losiial as a
result of a gunshot wound received
this morning' at her home In the
Lebanon section. There was no one
In the room with Iliss Duckworth
wheii she was shot and it is not
known whether it was accidental or
an attempi suicide. The load went
into the young lady's left side Just
above the lung. It is thought that
there Is a slight chance for recovery.
D)O AWAY WIT[ INDIGIAREST1IoN.
.low to P'ulfy a Sour, isltressed Stom.
ach In a Few Minutes.
Let us talk plain Eiglis 1; let us
ecali a siado a spade.
Your food ferments at your ston
achi isn't stro 1 enotg to digest the
food you put i0 to it, 9 the food sours
ad111 form Pois )mo8ts lases, and when
it (o0s l(ae y ur' Omat.ch it has not
fut rntished plroi) 'r outrishment to the
blood, Anld has le the stomach in a
Take *li-o-na stontach tablets If you
want to change your filithy stomach to
a healthy, cean. puiliiled one.
If Mi-a-na fails to relieve your Indi
gestion, rid you of (izzi,0ess, bilious
n"ss an'd sick headalche Your dealer
will cheerfully refund your money..
If you want o m)ake your stomach
so strong that it will digest a hearty
mnial witnhout distress, and you wait to
be without a drow - , all tired out
feelitig, take -i-a-na: it should give
you Promt1 relief. For sale by Lau
ren s Druig Co. anId all lea ding drug
As ItX1 I I
9 Kjexetabdra tordasi
ntl heinrdutin f h
Aeln o s t ag ths r
ro comfrt insterad of idi s om
smooth, sailing sensation instei
he Diagonal attachment of Thr<
prings at the endIs ofa 130-inch S
'heel base road steadines;s. Yet CI
ins all the 'advantages- -lightnes
BAD COLD GOT YOU?
Dr. King's New Discovery
soon starts you on the road
1IE tried, always used. That's
a trite expremsion, but one fiever
more applicable' tham It is to
Dr. King's Now Distovery.
You will like the prompt, business.
like way it loosens the pillegm-congest.
ed chet, soothes the t gtured throat,
relieves an old or a w cold, grippe,
'I'le kiddles can ake it in perfect
safet " too. No had after-efeets.
Stant rd half century. 60c. aid
$1.20 a ttle. At your druggist.
Don't o tinue Constipated
Don't e- your bowels bulldoze your
system. ake them fuiction regularly
-keep o body cleased of WaIste
matter with Dr. KIng's New Life Pills.
1111lousness, sick headache, sour
sotitch, lidigestion, (izziness, furred
tongue, had blreath--think of the em
burrassments mnd discomforts trace
able to coist lpat ion. How easily
they're Peetllied by the oceasoional use
zf Dr. Kirng'. New L e L'ills. M1ov
th1v lol smmoothly but sur'ely. Try
them tonight. All druggists--2.5c. as
- Ne' .1O
Overland 4 comnfort, a
aad, but it does give longer
r.d o . h keep and r
fort. It gives Tirecs
Ld of bouncing hamnmeing
omy mn gas
e--Point Canti- . Overk~
pringbase gives Lite Starti:
s, econ- Il booklet. C
eelbase. ff\ Coupe, $12
SON OVERLAND CO:
S SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHIO
1 was There to make a sketch of
'her. Luncheon was just over, and
5h9 was talking to a little knot of
wimen. The first do I heard, as
I slid quietly Into a rby seat, we 'c
'National Biscuit," calling
itly nmy own tasty e i
non. I liked her, ed com.
rortably as sI Il, my peu
and ears bi
"Between the dark an -
she was- quoting, "the'' ys a
lilt of pause w . world
4cems wait steninl for th
childr ce they w
thi ve given that
bab s. First I had .
Then, when thev
to toddle, I ta always
lite Inl m con Ax
Ito one I..
Children' - ginn g of the
"'ve soup,.etter, and
oure ct n when the
tert sefd. Nothing ck
%iu pla of Uneeda B
th on the family table.
"You see, eve
went on, "are mucli
mals. They are most lo
most tractable after the
something to eat. National BIs
dainties always begin our Chil.
As it Seems
verland .4 o
1eans an altogether newv standlar
noteworthy reduc tion in the wer
ns the efliciency of a car. The ni
life to every part and thus mi
wear longer because cushion;
blows. Ligh t weight means ma
,oil and ruznning expense.
nd 4's equipment is complete f
ig and Lighting to Demrountahl
in and see this remarkable car
)verlandl 4 Touring, $845; Road
25; Sedan, $>1375. Prices f. o.
dren's Hour like- a -east. 39or the
tiny toddlers there is a varied
menu, sometimes, Uneeda. Biscuit
and milk, sometimes Graham Crack
ers, Oatmeal Crackers or Lunch Bis
cult. This is changed on special.
occasions t Old Time sugar Cook
les or kewt~ns and, rarest of
are days when we had
reani and Nabisco, and those
were our party days. -
"Don't think my hour is Just a
lunch hour. It started us happily,
ado us hure they
iways ready- 101,'d
fresh -always wel-. ' eir
i appetizer at the be- ke
meal, making the bes
the fmal touch of satis
cheese and coffee. are
Ln take the
can be. During the
y babies were growing
never missed the Clil
s Hour with it.. t stv. feast.
d of riding
er and tear
romn Au to