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Lack' LaFollette Wages Bitter State Fight WASHINGTON, Aug. 23. A bit ter La Follette factional fight among republicans is on in Wisconsin, ac- cording to report being received here. This fight involves nominations of re publican candidates for the United States senate, the House, of Repre sentatives and Wisconsin state offices. In the general mix-up fears are en tertained by republican leaders for the safety of the republican electoral vote for the national ticket. ' Senator La Follette condemns both the republican and democratic na- - tional tickets in an article published in his magazine. He nas named an electoral ticket of his 'own selection. The opposing republican faction in the state will name another electoral ticket. National ' leaders, it is said, do not feel certain of the La Follette electors. The democrats will unite on their electors, and the danger as feared by republicans is that the dem ocratic ticket may slip through to victory in the republican split ' Senator La Folette is leading a con test for complete control of the state. His candidate, James Thompson, of La Crosse, is waging a vigorous fight for nomination for the United States senate against Senator Irvine L. Len root, the present repooiican incum bent Lenroot won the nomination over Thompson a few years ago by the narrow margin of about 1,500 votes. There are contests between the ri val republican factions m all of the eleven congressional districts of the state except in the 9th and 10th where David G. Classon and James A. Frear. respectively, nave no re publican opposition. ' Six Candidates for Governor. There are six republican candidates for the nomination for governor. Sen ator La Follette is baling James Blaine, of Boscobel. Lieut Gov. F. Ditmar, a candidate, expected the backing of La FolletU ra very bitter, and may draw from the La Follette strength much of the so-called for eign vote of the state. Wisconsin democrats are present ing a united front in their fight against the divided republicans. In the Fifth Wisconsin Congres sional district patriotism is figuring as an issue in the nominations. Vic tor L. Berger, the Socialist, twice de nied membership in the House because of a bad war record, is a candidate for the Socialist-Republic nomination He is being opposed ty a regular re publican. In this contest La Fo lettism i splaying buv little part, it is said, although charges are made here that La Follette has formed al nances with both the Socialist and Non-Partisan League voters in th state in order to carr nyis ticket through t onominatlun in the pri marics. E WOMEN WATCH THE CLOCK in our stores and factories for that blessed hour when the day's work ends. The reason is readily seen, as the nature of their duties too often drifts them into the rorrors of al kinds of organic troubles peculiar to women, causing backache, headaches nervousness and irritability. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound a simple remedy, made from roots and herbs, may be relied upon to over come these troubles. Chinese poultrymen preserve duck eggs fresh for many months by coat ing them with a mixture of ashes, tea dust, clay, salt and lime. mm A NATIONAL INSTITUTION COMING TO GREENEVILLE, CCDT ctTimrtAV kJ - JL 1 ADMISSION (including War Tax Adults, 75c; Children 40. DUBLIN, Aug. 23. Tw sand well Armed and rest! Fein volunteers in County (J been left without a comm the arrest of Lord Mayor ney and ten Sinn Fein assA the city of Cork. The fact that the Cork vc' omstly young men hawa I prived of cool-headed leader? increasing Diocxaae oi soutn against Ulster were regaided of the most critical factors Irish situation. Many of the hot-headed Cork volunteers are said to oring for a "campaign in t against the British soldier move ment to disarm them started by the British mi thorities to prevent serioui The Belfast press is beli blockade of South Ireland effect is being seen. The bhj works only three days a w factory in Belfast now wo three days a week. The fr' kery in the city has reduced ing force nearly one-third, sale dry goods firms at Belf a falling off in orders. Sinn Fein leaders declare "forcing England out of Irela out actual civil war and ti, force Ulster into a United Ire similar methods." Disorders, in which one pers killed, were reported from ary county Wednesday. The or Temniemore was said to navt sacked. Labor Asks U. S.j toHaltFighf PARIS, -Aug. 23. The Frei j borites have made a direct apA American labor to join with th preventing war against Soviet sia. The manifesto, which has be sued, reads: "The fate of Russia today is hands of the American worker a dignified exhibition of their str they can prevent America frori dorsing the suicidal policy of Ft It is for American workers cide whether the recognition of Wrangel, at which President connived, shall lead into allied tary intervention in Russia whit French militarists urge. "The recognition by France direct challenge flung by the 1 crats and money kings of the j "o the millions of workers, who, five years of fighting, refuse agsA ?hed blood unnecessarily, "The policy of France, backej by America, spells starvation death to 120,000,000 Russians mly sin is their struggle for li ust as America struggled for 1 n 1776. Remembering the Ww signify its refusal to interfere he right of the Russian peo freedom and self-government. RUN OVER BY 20 CARS RtlT rCPADCC IKITIlL V y v-i y-v f Atr - r t aa ifi ii i vi i h H: ivi n aw cm v r ' c- Francis F. Thomas, twenty-one years Did, a brakeman, had a miraculous scape from death Wednesday night at Pocomoke when he fell from the top of a freight car to the tracks be neatn tne moving tram wnicn. was witching cars. Despite the fact that the engine and twenty loaded freight cars pass- d over his body, he escaped with flight injuries and nobones were broken. Thomas' escape from instant death was probably due to his great pres ence of mind, which he displayed When he realized his terrible predic ament he crouched his body low to lear the cars and engine. He re- ides at Princess Anne, Md. BIG FOUR LINES REPORT $3,079,677.07 DECREASE CHICAGO, 111., Aug. 23 The ef- ects of the traffic situation in 1919 are set forth in the annual report of the Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago and St. Louis Railway (Bur Four Lines), isued Thursday, with the re cording of a decrease of 35512,926 in the car mileage for the year, and a decrease of 1,029,550,620 tons of freight carried one mile. Net operating revenue for the year totaled $16,429,004.45, a decrease of $3,079,677.07 over 1918. In spite of th decrease, however, the company earned considerably more than com pensation allowed it under contract ith the government Rental during federal control was fixed at $9,838, 597.23 for 1919. France produced more than 9,- 400,000 metric tons of iron ore last year, of which 91.2 per cent came from the Lorraine bash.