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MARION, Ohio, Juljc 22, -The Ho
publican cftHMMtlffi attained JuH
speed ahead with lh formal notlM
caUoti' herd ftf Warren O, Harding,
the parly's nomine for Ihe. presl.
ilency. Tho liollflcMlcn rercmoBfp,
which brought most or (ho big trad-i-rt
of the parly Hid mny thousands
or Harding cnthiulU Included en
acceptance speech by Hardtaf, de
clarlrig the principle on which he
expert tho campaign lo be fought.
Jilt apcecji came at the end or n
Ionic program in which high pllehed
, enthusiasm ruled the day as the
visiting delegation marched on the
Harding residence in an unbroken
succession to be ecclved by Hie ran
dliteto and to pay their respects. Al
7 o'ejock (hit morning a. iwlsy ag
gregation ,nf Marion rilltens led a
demonffrallnrt to their howling ar
cUlm The scnalur played a Iradinft
pari In Uie flag raising, pulling tiie
Ur$ and stripe to (tin lop or the
weather beaten McKlnley flagpole
scntljiera trom Can(on. Delegation
after '-delegation, accompanied by
bind with Hying batmen fotlrrwetl
rich other tip In tho Harding front
porch m thirty special trains ed
thousands or automobile unloaded
their conlrjbullott to the notifica
Dullness adjourned and partisan-
ship was forgotten a Ihe llcpub.
liran and Deirtocrala Joined In the
acknowledgement of the honor to
one of.lhelr neighbor.
NAIUfJN, Ohio, July S2-8cnator
Lodge in the prearnco of the nollfl
cation committee and many guest
and townspeople today notified Hen
a tor Harding or liU aelrctlou by the
national Itepublican convcrdlon as
IU candidate for president or the
Senator 1vlgo said In part
Senator Harding: .
iWp are assembled here ai a tom
mlttee representing Ihe states, terri
tories; twiil poseln or the United
States 'Id make, lo you formal an
nouncement or your nomination fur
lln office or president nr tiie re-
public on Jmm 12 Inst, at Chicago,
ly Ihe rtepubljran ballonal conven.
Hon. Ttils duty is to Us ns pleasing
as it is hnnoraiiie. I
Have No Doidil or Stuml. I
Wo await your acceptance- tin.
troubled by any doubts' and with
tho moil entlro confidence. All who
uro famillur Willi your rharncter
and eatwsranilmtwUespeolnlly thoso
wio have taken wirt with you In
puhtlai service know Iw-ond a per
adventure that you arc a patriotic
American, Imbued with Ihe spirit or
tho great leaders or the pnl, or
WathlnRlon, Lincoln and Roosevelt,
whoso services to tho American peo
ple have become Torever memorable
in our history. You will alweys. and
Instinctively. In meeting Ihe difficult
question and weighty rrsponnihill.
ties which confront you, think with
romplelo tinseUlshness id your
country and your country's Inlercsl
llrst. a high qualiriratiou fur an
oxalted office not (iki familiar In us
of Jain and Ihercfnro peculiarly nec
essary al this moment.
Ilardlny'a Keply In Hrlrf,
Senator llanllng In reply gave n
pledga or conslltulional government,
nilmlnlstereil liy parly ami not iiy
individuals, and Imsiil on notional
rather than world Ideals, In decrpt-
COLUMBUS THEATER I
U TfiNIHHT III
"You Can t
It's a Hallmark Picture
(tag tarmSr IHauMka Bumf-.
Ihm rW MM prcWery
No welcomed popular referen-
him on (he league or natlohs, advo
cated increased hrodocllon lo .mat
I Wo high cost of ifvlHg. pleaded for
flkl, awd declared for lmfcitril
peace "not rorced but Inspired by
tfcfl cbtnmon weal."
rrolilbitlon ho gave only a iiasslng
notice, aaylng that dlsnute divided
Opinion regarding the elfhlecnth
nmQndmcnt and the slklulea enacted
10 maHe ii ftpfratlre, there muu be
nO evasion In their enrorcemenl. He
ileclnrcd It his "sincere dcslro" lhal
ralirtcatlon of llin suTfrtge amend
ment bo complelwl lo permit wiiqcn
(a volnt this fall in every aUto.
noviewing and commending nrlcr
ly many other nlanks of the nartv
plslfornt. the candidate declared for
coltectl-n bargaining ror ranner, rs
presiloa of tho disloyal, "generous
federal cooperation" In rcliibllllnl
log the railroads, intelligent defla.
lion or the currency, rntargmrnl of
government aid in reclamation, a
genuine expression of gratitude In
eierana or the worm war, ino msin
Icnnncc or an ampin nav and a
"small army, but Die best In the
No (Hie Man His Enough.
In Ids promlso or "a parly gov-
erBmenl." Senator Harding reiterat
ed Ida bellcr that Ihe vice president
should have a part In tho affairs or
the rhlcr nxeculive's official family
and declared there also sliouM be n
"cordial understanding etui coordl
niried activities" between Ihe exec-
I'ulive and congress. "No man," he
said, "Is big enough to run this grrat
republic. Our first committal is the
i coloration of representative pop.
ular government- under the const!
tulloii, thrnURti the agency of the
iTomising rcsioraiion or peace as
oin as a Ilepubllcan congress
should send peace declaration to
a Itepublican president ror bis sig
nature, tho candidate assailed the
league covenant as brought home by
President Wilson, but declared the
war'a sacrlflcea would bo "In vain
ir wo ran not acclaim n new order,
with added security lo civilization
anil peace malulainetir
"Wo Republican of thn Senate,
ho continued, "when we saw the
stnicluro of a world supcrgnvern
JuesiUaking. visionary forwJolnrd
In a becoming warning of our devo
tion lo this reniihlle. The llenub-
llrans of the swain halted Ihe barter
nr. Independent American eminence
TJ"" '; ..
Wo do not mean lo hold aloof.
Wo do not menu lo shun a. single
ri-StmnslhllHv of 1 his renuh le. Wi
Pn. nisntvnl then, oven as wn an
lixlay, and will lie tomorrow, lo pro
serve till rre and lndeiendenl re
public those now rnspnnsibh1
or seeking reioiulblllty, propose
Ihe surrender, whether wills inter
nrrtallons. onolngles or relurlant
reservation-- from which our rights
are lo 1)0 om Hied. We welrome Ihe
referendum lo the American people
on llio preservation of America. "
Want Clear (!uilrrtaudliia.
"With n senate advising as IJie
constitution contemplates, I would
hopefully approach the nations of
Kiirono and of Hie eorlh, proposing
that understanding which makes us
a participant iu the consecration
ol nations to a new leadership, to
commit Hie moral forces of the
world, America Included, lo peaco
anil International Justice, sun ieav
Ing America free, Independent and
self-reliant,, but offering friendship
lo nil tho world.
Declaring railway rmnloyes otmht
In be (he best paid Iu (ho world, the
iCnnllmicd on I'ago 4, Column 4,
mmiBmmtmil JB&s tip""!' t I
Uses of wool from I lie Wlillo Iloux- flircp. wlilrh was gln-n In llir Hnl
ration array by President Wilson, to t ninde (nio rlnilii-M to aid the artny'a
drlts for funds In New York.
COPPED GIRL IN
Whisperings of a big inolion plr-
lure corporation fcaturlim Annette
Kcllrrmaii, the Ihrealened klilnap
pmg or a woman in an airplane, ino
story of a man taking u prrlly girl
at the age or III from n clynr roimlnr
In Uhirago and (hhIiik iu her hus
band berore her fntlirr. and several
years later leaving her In Iam An-
gele.s, nro Iicnrd In Hie rao oX
Madeline Wllliaiun mid Wllllnnf
Murray, held here un a grtind larji
reny charge, eays Ihe Albuquerque,
,.H...... wi... n ,i,r .
arrested Kiturday by Hie imllee no
a wirn from Die dlitrirl attorney of
M Angeles roiuiiy. I hey emplnyiil
n lawyer who filed complaint before
Judge Ilickey asking Hint n writ or
habeas rorpus lie ueil ntul a heur
lug is sel fur i o'eliM'k totliiy In the
Mole STK-i, ( It Said.
District Attorney WihiIwiik- wlriil
Dlslrlcl Allorncy Crnig here yeli-r
nay nrtrrnoon stnling Unit K. -s.
Ilrndlry lind sworn oil a ruiiiplaiut
before him charging Mprruy mid
miks wiiiinm Willi i in- then in
I782.lt. They were given n Insirliis
al a neloek berore Judge W. Yv
McClellan mid held nt Ihe.elly Jail
in ilurntill or a SIWKi homl onrh
Miss Williams wept during lb''
Will Arrest Companion. ' I
$11... ,.rt-n MA.,..,i-u.,l.,ll.... ,.f ftl.. i
department ol Jiutlco teslliiiony
which may result iu the iirrtwt ol
llradlcy on a charge of vlnlalliiK
tho Maun net. A roinpunlon who
was with tint (wn staled thai until
u few days nun ho had known Milt
Will mm as Mrs. llradlcy nnd had
been greatly surprled whim llnid-
ley slated that she wa uol his legal
wife, although Hiey had beep living
together for several years.
I'd Hire Amicltr Kelieriuiin.
It is alatrtl thai llradlcy was nro-
inntlng a motion picliiro concern
which was to employ Annette Kol
lermaii ns its star and William
Murray was hired. Alleged fuUutv
nr llradley to pay his employes and
the break wllh Miss Williams Is said
lo have brought about tho nrcfent
PrWiM PM StrfckM
Out; Mmns NfftMiif
Hy Associated Press. I
I,1MI.N. Neb.. July 21. A Icle
gram from National Itepulilieau
Chairman Hays received In reply lo
a query lent by Virgil llmshaw
hatlonal commlllre chairman of the
Prohibition parly, Matin the pro
Kcd "law and order plank" In Hie
Itepublican platform was stricken
out by the platform Nubcoiniuiilee
in Chicago as "meaningless" and it
wis never presenled In the full plat
form committee ur lo the conven
tion. VaftrfrMft, EMRCttr,
Sits oif Heart Disuse
tJty Assoclaled I'ress.l
I'Alltfi. July 5S William K. Van
derblll, finnncici', died here Unlay of
JsWf K. MM
w4 lor SalVation Amu
TOIIOSTO. July .V The double
disappearance of Ambrose J. tfiuall.
millionaire theatrical man of Ibis
city, and his secretary. John IKiueli
ty, IhiIIi well known ciliteus of To
ronto, has been one of the most
mystifying cne wills which Hie Cn
padian pollen mvo had lo deal
Small hns Ih-cii missing since lie
remlier i and Doilghly slnre IWenf.
The whole roulinrnl of Amerirn
has been a Held Tor search by di
declives for trace- or the mixing
men, and circulars describing Mr,
o ,,ff ,lJ f. 11,-1
been sent lo almost every country in
Hie cviltnii world.
Mr. Small hud Jul put I brooch a
deal for Ihe sale of his inlereols In
a siring of theater In Canada
Sl.TWUMO In u symllenle known a
Tmn-liiiadn Theali-rs. I.imilil, and
a fuw hours heforo his disappear
aiifu, on IWenilier i, he hail re
relvwl n cheek for 8l.(sl,lm in eon
nerlion Willi Hie sole. This ehwek
lie depiMilnl in his lioiik. On Hint
dny li had hud lunch with hi wifr
dowiilimn. iiml bud proinlei her lo
In. home to ilmiier in the evening,
lie hud ntlendeit In mini' blllliess
lute lhal afternoon iiihI bImhiI 7
elork started for home, so fur a
is known. The lui wr'i kimwu
In Imve seue him wa 111 favorite
iii'Wsboy. from whom Mr. Small
l'Uhl Hie evening ipers
IMF ltl HIUI Ml "lllrtll '
Dig vvti not made public iinjil three
or niiir weeks nail elapseil. Iu the
first week ill January Hie first cir
cular asking for Information ns In
Mr. Hmnll's whereabouts wen' sent
nut by Ihe local hi1Ici authorities,
and n rewanl of fAOO wa offered. A
short time afterward the revvurd
whs increased In KWilO. 'llien on Hie
first of June a reward of f.7VXl was
offered by Mrs. small for In forma
lion regarding Mr. Small's where
about, ir alive, and SdO.noo ror Ihe
recovery r hi body. It dead.
The myslery id Mr. Smalls all
senco was ncrenlualed by the dlsap
pearnure of John Dnuuhly, whu hail
been his private sivrelary for many
years. Doughty ha not lieeu seen
or heard from, so far as Hie uuthorl
Hi's are nwnn since lieceiuher iU
l(ll. In June, Iv.D. Ihe discovery
was made thill JIWI.OOU ur Victory
Imnds were missing fur Ihe safely
deK'sit vnull vvliere Ihey had been
placed by Mr. Final I, and it wns
staled lhal Doughty hud had access
to Ihe vaull. Theri'UlMin circulars
were lsued offering $30iX) reward
tor Hie arrest or John Doughty on
a charge of having abducted Am-
brote gmall. nnd S.VHK) for Douthly
arresl on a charge ft having stolen
Ihe missing Victory bonds,
Hy n special act of the Ontario
legislature Mr. Hmull was declared
nit "nbsenlec, nnd n trust corpora
tion of Ottnvva was appointed trus
tee of Mr. Small's estate.
M Fir JtM&fttt's M
Illy Aasoolated Press.1
WAHJHMITON. IX f., July 22. -Thomas
J. Spcllucy ul lliirlfnrd,
Oiiiuerlirul, it Is imdrrslnod, bus
licen aelecteil ns nssislonl sivrelary
or the navy in succeed Fmuklin D.
Iloosevell, Democratic ciuididule Mr
the lro presidency, when llooevell
OtHf Mir tfwr In Lwm Count?
HI m IFAMUHfFjUP
Uiuls Hellberg and parly returned
from lb" Myndu oil well al 'J
o'clock this arirrnoon and stated
lhal the report of a gusher of ar
tesian wider was true
lie said Hie workmen had placed
a it Inch casing II) feel high ubovn
the ground nnd that lh water had
ibUcjI to the lop of II.
'At. HrlllM'rg nddfd thai the well
Inanageiuenl hail d'-ciili-d to "eae"
off the vvaler mid continue drilling
The "water" siluallou has nrr
nented murh fiMsl for HioiirIiI With
ucrleulturlsts wlio do not under-
slaud nnd care Jiss for oil prosiiectx.
The situalloir prosenla so many wp
sibllillrs lhal tindoubleilly some ar
Hon will be taken by lliose inter
umshlernlde excitement was cre
ated yetenluy aflerniMin by report
lhal Ihe driller at the Myndus oil
well norlhcaxt or Columbus had
been compelled In cene work on
account id having encounlereil n
gtiiher or nrlc'lan water.
The information was In the effect
thai n volume of water sixteen
mrlies In diameter. Hie site of the
rnlng was spurllng seven feet high.
II wns nlo naiil the driller would
liny no allention In the water and
would rasi- it off and continue drill
urn for oil.
In rnimnenllng jiwm Hie Informa
tion expert here declare an artesian
well of Hii magnitude would dis
count an nil well, as such a volume
of water would Irrigate thousand
of nero ami would revolullonlxo
farming condition iu Ibis part of
A iuiiiiIht or people leH Columbus
Tor Hie scene early this morning.
Among them were Iml llollherg
mid Hob Klllotl. Up In tho tiino of
Rolug In lire they had not returned
and the Daily Courier la still iu
ilnuhls to lo whether It is a canard
or the biggest thing that ever hap:
I'UHI.IC KAtT-S Hll.l. Kim
KW WACK INCRK.Kf:
WASIII.MTrON. D. C July 22.
Iminediatcly iiikiii receipt or the nu
nmmeement or the rtillroad lalwir
iMianl's wage awant, railway exev
ullvi'S went Into conrerenro today
Iu frame their recommendation iu
the Inlerstnle commerce rommUsioii
for udvanriK In rnle In meet Hie
added expenso of fOOO.nisl.onn ie
The commission now has under
ronideralion thn carriers' sppllca
lion for freight rate increases In
provide mi ndded income of 110,017,
imo.onn annually, but these Increasn
do uol inke inlu account any wain
The railroad execilllve said today
they would sei'k lo spread Ihe In
creased expense upon bolli passen
ger aim rielRhl rale.
Al.l. TIHi: AMI MOHi: IN
CHUItllCU Jllll IIKPAHTMIiVf
Pollers. Folders, llooklels, Ijita
log. Knclosures. Hroadsides, price
l.isls, l-llerheads, Office Forms,
Shtrt Ranee ActiM ImuHi Ik "(Mira)rs
Did yiui ever courl a girl
beneath tho ley sturo ol one
or Jier relalives wlin thinks
iiim I n iiiuKiiiH a sirrui nil f
take hy having unylhlng lu do
with that nasty young man"if F
Komo Job. but Fred Stopo i
manaKes It, and he's courtlpp .
on behair or another fellow at "
Jminr U Ijssky pn-M'nU .
Johnny Get Your
An AHTCaUT irtiire.
TO 60 UP 28
Hy Associated Proas,)
WASHIXHTO.N, D. O, Jnly 22;
Ali Increase of 20 per rrnl in passen
ger rare ami SO per rent.ln, Pullman
charge will tie askrii of tho inier
slate commerce coimnlMlon by Uio
railroad of tho country In partly
cover tho MOO, 000 wage awant of
the railroad labor hoard. An addi
tional fncrrasfl in rrelght rale rang
ing from n er cent In eastern lerrl
loy to H pr cenl In wwtem lerrl.
tnry also will be 'asked.
Illy Associated Pre.i
LINCOLN. Neb, July Str-The Pns.
hibition party rcari-Miieed It conven-
Hon sclieduln ionilmg word Irons
William J; llryan saying whether ho
would accept Uio party's nomination.
This move wa unanimously .made
lale yesterday. All plans are helng
made on the assumption llryati
LINCOLN. Neb, July R.-llanb
lug's altitude on prohildtion, ail ex
prrscl in bis epoeeli of arceiiUnce.
at Marion Joday, la "entirely inssitli
factory to Use. prohibition prty,"
Ctialnnan Hinslikw of the naHpnal
committee Mid. "Harding will re
reivn nosi)iort rrom probibiUtm.
1st, because ktq dW not promise to
use bis veto power over any bill
repealing thn enrorcemenl art" said
Hlnshaw. "On tho contrary, he
seems to Invito sued repesl."
(H.I) KIUFF: Ml JINK '
I'APSK Til HAKF. V. ft. RHJX
PHOKNIX. July "infills Arge-fcah,w)-roiiv
irlnl ln-( ho -tmperlor
court bere today oil Is rharge W it
tempting to nblaln money by means'
Of n confidence game.
"Xlck Oeorgvusi had testified Ar
getakln tried to induce him lo put
ajoon in currency Into small box.
which ArgHaklii rlahneil would
forthwith make counterfeit curren
cy on pieces of blunk paper. This
was Argrlakiu's second trial. In tho
first trial Ihe jury was unable to
IIAMHTS HtHt HANK.
KW'Afli WITH 2m
MINNKWAIIkTnTn. D. July Mv
I'lvo men early loday held up ami
robbed thn lank or Otx-ron. N.,1),
near ben", and esoapeil with 20,nOQ
In cah and Liberty lxmils.
Tio vaull and sale or tho bank
were wrecked. It wa said the
robbers were heudiug Casl In a large
All wires Into Hie lown were cut
preventing a reort of the robbery
lo outside points until noon.
It Is said Hergeaut Hrnoks will jars
on the drum while Moore slips thn
(romtiono and fHiunds wood. I, e,
xylophones. Tomorrow night
titnkf u MWSAniW
re U res, Augtiil 0,