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Salem, Oregon, August 29, 1 928
Writes Utter to Philadelphia
Public Ledger Express
sing Views "
WILMINGTON, Del. Aug. 13.
-AAT) Lammot Pont, pres-
: Meat of E. I. DuPont d Nemours
' MkA - company, announced last
might . ti - would support Herbert
Haorer for the presidency. v ii I
J m a republican and will rote
lor Mr. HooTer. said Mr. Dupont
ia an open, letter to the Philadel
phia Pnbllc Ledger. "Harint; always-
voted the republican ticket,
thh statement is not surprising,
bt in Tiew of tbe fact that since
Us present campaign began ser
cal prominent and staunch re
publicans have gone oyer to the
: alcsnocratlc camp, some explana
tion migbt be of interest.
I hare beard several of these
Md. explain their views, and it is
: mj opinion that " prohibition has
fcn tbe mapor, if not the entire,
- cause of their change of polities,
x Smith Praised -
"While I agree with tbe stated
views of these men as to the evils
f prohibition, profoundly, regret
the stand of Mr. Hoover, as indi
cated in that extract from bis
peech, and strongly commend
Governor Smith for his courage
aad wisdom in advocating a
- change of the prohibition laws,
yet I do not agree that prohibition
la f paramount importance, nor
that all other questions out of
deference to it should go by the
board or be left to settle tbem-
A group of problems , before
. the government of this country,
which, as a group, are more im
portant than prohibition, are those
subjects which involve tbe econ
coale welfare of the people the
tariff, farm relief, railway regula
tion, federal reserve, government
vsershlp, etc. It is true, that,
Judged solely by the adopted plat
forms or tbe two parties, tbere is
aot a radical difference in princi
ple between the two parties. The
v Auierence is more in tne eiaoora-
' lion of the principles of putting
Vtfeem into effect We must judge
' the parties 1 bthls respect not by
their formal platforms, but their
"Under republican government
for the past eight years, and in
swsne periods before, we have had
prosperity. Under democratic ad-
. ministration wo have had less
prosperity and, usually, hard
'times. It seems reasonable to sup-
pe that this difference will mam-
tain in the future, or at least un-
: tM such time as the democratic
party makes a radical change In
the , principles which govern its
wconomie view." -
He said it was his belief that
Mr. Hoover, "by his stand against
repeal cannot stop the growth of
pinion against prohibition, nor
ean Governor Smith, by recom
neading notification, carry with
hUn sufficient votes to repeal the
Mr. Du Pont's brother, Pierre
XHt Pont, chairman of the board of
the E. I. Du Pont de Nemours and
Co., recently announced he would
vote for Smith.
:t0-:0O KXL (220). Coartesy
. fcoBsebold Drornmt.
li. Portland Erl Birds
S:vO-10:0O KEX (278). "Bat tar
- Uoaiea" Girl.
10:00 KWJJ (250). Coaeort.
S:00 10:30 KTBR (228). Wosaea'a pro-
:0-13 :00 KWBS (900). Eoasewife'i
:$0-12 :00 KOIX. Hoasewifo's
front and town topict.
:0O-11:00 KWJJ. Birthday boar.
: 11.00 KT EC (214). Request pro
MO 12:00 KEX. DeTotional
ana stiopipiBs guide.
$.-00-12:00 KOW (492). Ronaebold
kelps, PCX proeraai an! masie.
I-12:00 KFEC. Pea tor annoanco-
asoats and masir.
11:00-12:00 KWJJ. Oregon Infonaatioa
SS:O0-l .00 Kr KC. Semi-cUasieal pro
2 :00-l :0fl KOIX. Orfaa con cert.
115001:00 KKV. Concert easemsble.
j 12:00-8:00 KXU AiUniooa proaeaU
IS :00-8 :00 KWJJ (250). Concert.
JJ0 2:00 KFEC. Utility aad luncheon
. 1 O -l 1 5 KTBR. Uii
t:15-Kad KTBR. Baseball play by play.
; 8:tH-3:J0 KFEC. Pipo orran concert.
:0O-:00 KOIX. New. and mas.c
:S0 4:0O KPEC. Seqaeat Drerrsm.
4:w0-:00 KPBC. Semi-classical ransie.
:vw o :w watio aai(hU and bar-
! -:O0-6:0O KPEO. Popalar masfa.
i30 :00 KG W. afoTie elab.
, WEDBX8DAT VTIOHT
?-;:a0 KXt, (220). Orraa coaoort.
w.-w-:vw .uw (4aj. Ooaeort tri;
:aO. volftieal tslk- Ircim SmI...
sOO-t :00 KEX. (27$). UtUity sad' ma
(250). , Xiaaar eoa
w0-7 :0O KOIK f31t). Orraa eaaeert.
:00 7:00 KTBR 22). Diaasr eaaeart.
wi:-rfo (214). Symphony saw
.-00-7:00 KWBS (200). Bami-claMieal
snoaie. -v-v .
:0-7:00 KXI ChUdrea'a
1 0 KFBC. Utility. -ffuOO-7:15
f -T :80 KOW. M aaieal WsTstec.
fOI:00-KWB& Popwlar masicl
Twcw-aEA, Uinasr eaaeert.
--8:0 KXU Coartoay prerraa.
t:$-8:00 KGW. HappJaW' i
:O0 KTBR. Orchestra aad
- :vv-:oo KWlJf. Btadi pre era as.
00 9:00 KXU. Colombia hW.
.. .00-8:00 KEX. Boaaa, ..-- I
' a:OO-t:0O KGW. - PCM profrnam. '
:80-10:00 KWBS. Btadio prorram.
0-10:00 KTBR. Stadio procrnav.
tO 10:00 KXU Moo Cow prorram.
jwO-10-OO KEX. Uttio aymaaV or
saeatra ad voealista. -
:10-10:10 KOIN. Theatrical prorram.
WO-l:30 KXU Coartoay procram.
10:00-10:0 KWJJ. CoaeartT
18:1(M0:S0 KOIN. Ktvaio prorraaa.
t :0-lI :00 KWBS. Keoaett hoar. '
18:30-11 :80-KXL..HawaiUa War.
180-12:00 KGW. PCX daasa aaaalo.
)w-iz:oo KEX. Danes fvaiiov
wr ana poiieo reporta.
' 1:0-12:00 KWJJ. Tkoatra frolta.
18.0-l:eO KOIN. Daaeo bamt. :
11:80-1 : 00 KXU . Entertainmoat.
r9G3 10:30-11:30 a. m. Wosaaa's Ma-
: : - xnriat; 8-8: JO . m traveior; ':$-
- . aniaco maatr, . s...
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T:80, Hoary Starr; S-lt; PCJf.- i
SDHJ -iMm Aacela. (408). 18, aMsgs;
- a.-lS, maaie; 8:4$, am; 7, woeahiata
Md orohastra: S-t, ooacort; 10-12,
aad trio.-- .,
BtrSpt,M T) , eroaMtesj
v ? 5fli oe$.l aolootiosit; 8-
oajTranelj 122. , asaaSa; t.
Pra.- 434 V-'.; aVT. ts- i
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A'Plane Uses the Street
I ...... jr
m v..-. l:. ,.-.. : swaewSBtTT
Witth its wiass folded back aad its propeller whirr ingtbJs air
plane paraded down the mala street of MUwaokee, Wis tbe other
day as part of a rampaisa to increase the oae of tbe alrnsalL The
ship was loaded witth airmail at the post of flee; then, escorted by po
licemen. It taxied to the airport, where it spread Its wings aad took
off for Chicago.
- , - . Csttl and ealve ataady. Reeipl none.
.,, ,.. . . lUiwi aad haifcra. steady t 85e ai(ar.
Governor Smrtn Hits UDon;,hr o $1 aicaer.
UVIIIUI Olllllll IlliO VHVIIi Ht,,r, nioo-1130 Ih... wood 811.75
Best Tactics Io Obtain
Votes In Campaign
NEW YORK. Aug. 28. (AP)
As be shapes up plans for bis
presidential campaign stumping.
Governor Smith is keeping in
mind a lesson be belieres many
candidate for public office in the!13-5: u . . $8.50ia. x
past has learned to his sorrow
it's unwise to disappoint crowds.
And it is this conviction, cou
pled witb a desire to cover as
much ground as possible without
dissipating his strength and voice,
that is making it difficult for the
democratic nominee to determine
Just where he should go and how
many speeches he should deliver.
August is almost gone, and his
plans are still in the making. He
disclosed to newspapermen today
that his managers were preparing
three tentative itineraries, and he
said that on til be could size them
up It would be Impossible even to
announcce where he will strike
first He believes, however, that
something definite can be given
the public by the end of next
Silence Held Golden
As the governor views the sit
uation, it would be better for him,
when a crowd at some way sta
tions turns out to greet him, to
say notning, ratber tnan make a
brief, meaningless speech. He
told reporters that when a candi
date resorts to the latter expedi
ency bis audience is apt to con
clude that a man running for al
derman could make a! better and
longer address, with the reaction
in the end being harmful.
Political lieutenants of the dem
ocratic standard bearer are urging
him to travel far and wide, and
to make many speeches, but he is
clinging to a program of "meet
ing and greeting" but not of talk
ing himself hoarse. He wants to
be in good shape and have his
voice in perfect working order
during the final ten days of the
campaign which he considers an
all Important period.
Says He Feels O. K.
The governor told inquirers to
day, as he rested at the Biltmore
New Jersey, that he felt tip-top.
despite the Jostling he received at
times from crowds as be made his
way up the Jersey coast last night
from Spring Lake. ,- 4
Kept up until long after mid
night, he slept until noon and
after breakfast received news
papermen in his sulteMTb.en he
slipped away with a few-friends
for a game of golf, planning to
spend the evening quietly at his
hoteL Political conferences were
off for the day.
Tomorrow Governor Smith will
travel by train to Syracuse to put
in an . appearance and make a
speech 5 tomorrow night at the an
nual farm dinner given by Je
rome D. Barnum, publisher of the
Syracuse Post-Standard. , He
plans on Thursday to attend the
New York state fair at Syracuse,
as ho does every year, but wheth
er he will -make a non-political
speech there depends largely on
r bazxt ;
TOB.TLAKD.- Or.. Aag. 8. (AP).
Dairy Kxcaaago, aet pricoe:
Batter: extras 48H; standards 48;
priaM finta 47 He; tints 46e.
Eggs : extras 87s; flrets 4e; mathem
extras 31s; asodJaaa first SSfte; ander
siaod tie. V i 7
, t,.-M- ,Tr ' --'
POBTLAMD, Orsv. Aag. 28. (AP).
Bay: Baying arioes: Eastern Orsgoa tlaa
thy $21021.50: do. valley. $17017.50;
alfalfa $i.50eli7; mtt iiz; eat aay,
$150 1; .straw, 87.50 ton; selling
nrieas 83 to am. . - .
- '- ' noDvem -' 7v-' -
POBTLAKD. On, in. 88. (AP).
Poaltry s toady, wnshoagad Broiler 1 8j
te higher. Alive aeas over 4 lbs- 35 to
lee; 4 to 4fe aba, 30 teuSfe? S to 4
lh4w 17a: $ loa. aad aador 15s; syrings
aad Lerboraa, wver 3 lb., -35 to 38c;
nawor a lbs 35c; nnder 3 lbw ?. -
Potatoes steady - Rotation on basis
Uoae-ea boats of lOO lb. aack. Takisaa
netted game, new $1.50 to $1.65; Idaao
gobbler,- Man $1.48; TaWaaa gaasSft.o4d,
U. S". Ntv l. 0at75: oomhiaatiea grades
i Oaoas Beat varieties fl.XS M l.TS.
Bntur Stood?, rrtlsnd Dair- Xx
shaaga net wboloaale wriooa: tOaaoa):
Extras.. 48H: atandarda, 48Ue:nsse
firaa, 4 Be; irate. 43a. Ooamery aeieoa:
Priata, 8e over ease ataatOarda. 'jf j.
Eggs gisasy, rortiaa iMiry k
tin (as haeia): Presh standard x-
tiaC, : fresh standard ( firsts, 38;
frsah Bvedi oxtraSo 37s; fresh saodiaat
firata, 38o. Priee . to rotailera, 18
mateag yrioa. .7- ..
POXTLAMD. Or. Aaa. 28. fAPl.
grala: Wha Big Bead Braostem,
jmwwm wnai m.Mmmim 5S
hrd whiU $1.33; soft wkits 11.14;
etn "wit 11.14; kr4 wintr,
fl.10; morthrrm tpriac $1.11; v(t
ra R4 $1.10.
Omti No. S 38 It. wfcit $33.30.
Brl7 N. S. 45 lb, B. W, $82.
Corn N. 2, E. T. kiparat $44.25.
If inrao taAr. $2.
PORTLAKD, Or.. Anr. 18. (AP).
POBTU.VSD. Ore.. An. 27. (AP).
012.50; (850-1100 lba.1. good $U2.00
13.60; (800 aad p). mrdiama. $11.00(j
11.75; coauDOB. $8.50 11.00; X keif era,
(850 lb, down), rood. $10.2510.85;
common to odium, $6.75 7.75. Heifer
(850 Ita. dowa). ood. $10.25010.50;
common to madiaaa, $8.75010.75; cow.
Balls (yearlinga cxeloed), food beef,
$7.758.50: rattor to median. 88.50
7.50; calves (500 lbs. dowa), aaediaat to
cfaoirp, $6U; rail to comaion $7.50
ai: choice $13.50014.50; medio $12
ft ffr?rvavni. VI ft. m uau.j
within the trade.)
Hoes. Receipts 300, inetwdinf; 88
direct. Steady. Slaschter piss steady
to 2ae hif-her; other classes steady.
Hoary weirht (250-350 lbs.), median
to cboieo $10.50013; medium weirht.
(200-250 lbs.), medium to eboiee $11.50
018.25; lifbt weifbt (160-200 lbs.),
median to cboieo, $13.25013.50; lifht
lirats. (130-iso lbs. I. medium to choice
$11.50(713.25; packing sows, roach and
smooth, $8.50010.50: slaarhter pica
(8O-1S0 I be. I. saofciwm to choice. 81168
L2.75; feeder and aotcker pics (70-130
I be.), medians to choice. $11012. (Softv
.1- k;k ..j : V
ia abors oaotataoas.l
Shoea and iambs. SlcadT. roceinta
unst a ids. sows ) , good to cnoico,
$10.75012.25; (82 lbs. dowa), medians.
9.75M10.73: yearling wethers (110 loo.
tewa), mediam to choice, $7.5009; ewes
(120 lbs. dowa). mediam to oToice. $4T
8; (120-150 lbs.), mediam to cboieo. $3
5; (all weights). eall to common. $2J
PITTSBCKGU: 8 Calif.. 1 X. X.. 1
Oro., 2 Wash. arrioaL 12 ears aa track.
Calif. 2842 bxs Bartlott 82.15-8.75.
ST. IX1U1S: 78' eloar. S Calif, ar
rived. 8 at broken ears on track. 1 Calif.
on track . Calif. 2478 kxs. Bartletta,
82.OO-3.40, aTerare $2.84; Colo. 484 baa.
Bartlotta $1,40 2.25, average $1.80; Oro-a-on
COS BartlefU $1.75-2.50, average
PHILADELPHIA: IS Ca1if t re.,
arrive.. 1 reeoasigaed. 3 aabrekea
ears oa track. 14 cars sold. Ionsaad
moderate. Market steady for good stock.
sligntlv lower Tor ord:narr stock, uaul.,
7830 bxs. Bartletts $2.35-4.40. Aver
age $3.23; Oregon. 811 bit. Extra fan
cy Bartletts $2.65-3.60. - average $3.11,
107 fancy $2.50-3.25. average $2.88.
CHICAGO: 31 Calif.. 22 Ore.. 1 OoW
2 Wash., arrived. Estimated track re
ceipt 8 ears alien. 1 boat. 10 ears
Averted. Calif, cars 28 oa asn.1. 17
others oa band. 26 ears sold. Calif.,
13,639 bxs Bartletts $1.90-3.65, aver
MINNEAPOLIS: 1 Ala.. 5 Calif.. 4
Cok.. 1 Ore., 3 Wash., arrived. 21 ears
an track 1 car diverted. Calif.. 565
bxs. Bartletts $2.85 360. average $3.20.
NEW YORK: 67 Calif.. 2 Ala., 17
Ore., arrived. Boat receipt oquiv. to 8
can N. T. 17 ears on track. Market
slightly weaker. Calif. 32.925 bxs. Bart
letta best $3.25 3.75, soma fancy $4. Or
diaary $2.70-3.25. Common and rrpe
$2.40-2.60. few low as $2. average $3.16;
tlardvs 280 $2-2.90, average $2.71: Ure-
ron Bartletts 6795. extras Sa.33-9.4U,
average $2.99, fancy $2.35-3.25, average
JTEW TOKK STOCKS
NEW YORK. Aaav 28. (AP). Es
tablishment of a new big level for the
year by U. 8. Steel common featured the
resumption of a broad upward movement
in. today's stock market. Altheagh n
few weak spots cropped oat ' here and
there, final aaotatrocs disclosed a- wre-
ponderance of act rains, maay of which
run from 2 to 11 points. Trading atart
k! oft at a slow pace but fathered mo
menta- aa the session progressed, - the
day's, sales again crossing 8,000,000
Failure of the expected "snoaey
sqaeeee" to develop waa an important
factor ia the day 'a bayiag movement.
call money renewed at 7 per cent. ;
against 7 yesterday, aad held steady o
that figvr all day. Call loans ran ap
to 8 per cent lata yesterday. Bsaks
called $15,000,000, or more, in loans hat
these were easily replaced by the fkrw
oi interior eraaoo. - -
"Bear" traera, who have boon stab-
bora ly oonteattng the advance. werol
again forced So cover da nolo of the
highly . apocalative issaea. lateraavioaal
nickel, which is believed to harbor :
largo abort interest, ran bp aaor thaa
9 points to new high record ml 112.
closing at the top. Other istaee to pass
into new high area ad wore Bar ad 11 A.
Pleiachsaaaa, Broekway Motors. Glidde.
Eaton Axja, - uoaamereial laveetment
Trust, Loos 'Wiles- B'taeat, As erica a
Boot Sogar, American Express, Msy Do-
Ssrtmest atom. Alii Ghala-ers, Otis
teel, t8aalcy Co. of America and Davi
son Chemical. "
Cnrtiaa aad Wright each rallied about
5 awiata. Abraham a Strnna, Brooklyn
Caioa Oaa, Oommereial Solveata, K. H.
Macr nam C. 8. Bwhbor firaa wrafamd
also ad wan cod 5 point or more. , ,
Lo't. which ha been asakiag nw high
raoords ahaost daily for the past fert
aigtit, mddonly eolUpsod 4H noiau to
IS oa the withdrawal of now! san-
port. Weakaess also arapnod out ia In
ternational Harvester. Freenor. Toil
Oti SUorator aai Wssrna Bra.
v. chioaoo oaunr
CHICAGO. Aa. 38. (API. tor lad
wheat in aa map ret si v advaaao oa th
1 of Trad
today and price
ptslhr 'tsoward at
of aU grain eeered ropK.hr 'Upward
a close. The rise im -whoat
mano after a slaggisk start in which
any local trader, iafiasatsd - hy soft
oretgn nsarkeU, were oa th solliag aid.
The swift turn in th tread of whoat
prices waa not aoeoaated Jer hy am
d-rvelepaneot. Th market had aUrted
dowa ward at th opaaias- aaw all eWlis-
erio of wheat ware mora thaa a coat bo
low Meadey' cieee ia deaultory early
solliag. Com. moaawhUa, was on the
upsrrade aavd hofor nwoa the wheat pit
Bocaa to sisaaas a aoM-ont iul j
shorts bogaa to bay. Tb in start was
overcome and- dana hU final hour
esaiii hows baying sot tar the
saiTosa aj ia soaao time. .
Whoat eloood firsa, 1 I I h i l it
78 3-8to H. JUrsa Tl Mts. ssi
stsy so 7-s.
Utut 8110181 of aala vera ahaoraai
r a geaoral . womand from eommioaiea
aad satipanonta from Caioa a were
heavy - 1.1 15.800 bwahole oaotbooad bo
isr posted. Ta eloeo ass fins at to
1 1-Sa odvaaM, Bastimtsr -faatariae
as 99 s-o; vat. W
3 8, March 44 a aad My 44 13045.
aigaor. bom. 1.134 taivs-S; Doe. 1.1T
7 to 1.14; Mar. 1.82 U te 8 8 aad Afar
tM 1-8 to Caw daaed atroag.
to 4e UW. with Sews. 97 Mts.Ui Da
Deficit of $94,000,000 Tak
en Into Consideration
- onmammmMaa . . . .
SUPERIOR. Wis.", : Aug. 18,
(AP) Faced with an estimated
treasury deficit of $94,000,900 at
tbe end of tbe current fiscal year.
President Coolidge will take strin
gent measures. to reduce govern
ment expenditures during the re
mainder of his administration
even farther than they . already
bava been. . ' ". . -. .
Upon returning; to Washington
about the middle of next month,
the chief executive intends to con
sult Immediately with his cabinet
officers and heads of independent
government bureau to determine
how expenditures may b curtail
ed even below what waa allowed
them in the budget. .
Mr. Coolidge will keep the esti
mated deficit in mind in compiling
the budget for the fiscal year
C O. P. Progress Cbeers
Turning from consideration of
the deficit. President Coolidge was
cheered today by report from Sen
ator Arthur Capper of Kansas and
former Senator Irvine I. Lenroot
of Wisconsin who said, that Her
bert Hoover was daily Increasing
in popularity with the electorate
while Gov. Alfred Smith was vain
ly trying to retain what electoral
prestige he already had. Secretary
West of the interior department,
who had been an overnight cuest
at tbe summer white house, con
curred In these views.
Senator Capper foresaw that
Time pawtnents caa
;: be mrtihgtd
'. . ' i
Got. Smith's stand on prohibition
woaM-assure his defeat - In the
fanning states of Che vest. Furtb-
eraiore failure o "agrarian oppo-
Lsition" to "show up he said, ren
dered certain a sweeping victory
for Hoover in tne farming regions
of the country. ,
Wet Stand Opposed
The west is in favor of the ISth
amendment, is against-its modifi
cation, and Is opposed to . state
control of prohibition, tbe Kansas
senator said.' Governor Smith's
attitude regarding the wet and dry
issue would in itself be enough, he
continued, to offset any agrarian
opposition - which ' might arise
against the republican nominee.
As a matter of fact. Senator
Capper said, tbe farmers preferred
Mr.. Hoover's declarations on the
farm situation to those formulated
by Gov. Smith. It was inevitable
therefore, he said, that the repub
lican ticket would win as a result
of tbe wide appeal of its stands on
these two paramount questions in
Al .Losing Steadily
Mr. Lenroot who arrived recent
ly from Washington consulted
with If r. Coolidge and afterward
said he thought he perceived loss
of ground on Gov. Smith's part
within the last three weeks. Sec
retary West thought, however,
that the democratic nominee was
at present on the crest of the
wave "and that from now on he
would begin to recede in popular
ity." - Secretary West discussed with
President Coolidge during his
stay at the summer white house
yesterday and today what infor
mation he had so far received re
garding the work of tbe board of
experts appointed to study tbe en
gineering feasibility of the pro
posed Boulder dam project on the
Colorado river. He said that as
yet not much information was
available, inasmuch as the labor
involved in compiling the report
was enormous and would require
some months of work yet.
The hostess who has a General Elec
tric Refrigerator has solved one of
the hardest problems of entertaining.
Now she can have smart delicacies
to serve, without much trouble
and without much expense.
' ' - .'
If she plans to have guests in the
evening, she; can prepare a simple
mousse or a parfait in the morning
or even the day before. She knows
it will.bc drilled to a point of per
fection that only the I finest confec
tioners can rivaL She knows that her :
'VTSJV VIO "VJ5P 'Vll? "VJ5 '-VWJ
He? X X tL
Hoover and Work Go
WASHINGTON. Aug. 28.
(AP) Diverting his attention for
the moment to smoothing out in
ternal tangles that have arisen In
the republican organisation Hoo
ver today deferred until late in
tbe week bis contemplated study
of the eastern political situation.
Early in the day he called to
his "S" street home Dr. Hubert
Work, chairman of the national
committee, and other headquar
ters officials witb wbom be bad a
lengthy conference. From these
be developed views as to how the
party machinery can be made to
function more smoothly and at an
More Conferences Planned
These conferences were In line
with the purpose of the republican
presidential candidate to keep his
finger on the pulse of the organ-
zation at all times. In carrying
forward this policy, he will con
fer tomorrow with party officials
whose duties keep them in various
parts of the country most of the
These conferences will have to
do with financial affairs, local or
ganization work and the speak
ing campaign. J. R. Nutt. of
Cleveland, national treasurer, will
discuss finances, reporting prog
ress and making suggestions.
Program Mapped Out
His conferences with tbe finan
cial workers of the campaign com
pleted, he will immediately begin
the work of mapping out his own
program for tbe two months
ahead. Representative Walter F.
Newton, chairman of the national
speakers' bureau, will join him to
morrow for a series of conferences
out of which will evolve the per
sonal itinerary of the nominee.
With these details decided, Hoo-
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tver will continue his study of the
conditions prevailing in the east.
William H. Hill, chairman of the
Hoover-Curtis campaign in rew
York, will be among the first of
the campaign directors to confer
with him on Thursday.
The candidate will go into this
work with characteristic thor
oughness and before he has laid
it down he expects to have veen
virtually all of the Important re
publicans in the east.
. Ko Labor Day Speech
This work probably will con-
fjgme most or his time lor tne
next two or tnree weens ana so
close lyvsr ill he confine his atten
tion-to-it that he will not make
any' declaration of bis labor views
oa September S' Although he has
been urged to make such a speech
on Labor Day, either over a radio
hook-up from Washington or in
one of the eastern labor centers,
Hoover does not contemplate any
speeches within tbe Immediate
Tomorrow will see him In his
personal, headquarters on Massa
chusetts avenue, leased after dif
ficulties had arisen in securing
the home of Representative Fortb
ingham, which first had been con
sidered as a site for the candi
date's campaign activities.
Various encouraging reports
from the east continued to stream
into the republican headquarters
today. Mrs. W. Reginald Baker
republican national comltieewom
an from New Jersey, declared
that the women of that state
would vote for Hoover because of
their confidence that the republi
can party would continue a pro
tective tariff which 'provides a
higher standard of living for their
drinks will be really cold. That her
gleaming ice cubes will be piled up -ready.
And for her every-day tasks she blesses
the quiet efficiency of this refrigera
tor. She is glad it needs ho oiling--that
it hasn't a drain pipe to dog.
It is a revolutionary, sanitary, easy
tolean refrigerator that operates auto
marically day and night. She wonders
how she ever lived without it. ' "
You arc cordially invited to come in
and sturdy the wide range of rnodcls.
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- Representative Louis T. McFad- i
den of .Pennsylvania said that
state would be organized more j
thoroughly than ever before and
that it would be organized more
thoroughly than ever before and
that it would cast the heaviest re
publican vote in Its history.
Code Tjakes Form
The building code committee of
the city council is making rapid
progress in drafting the buildinc
ordinance, according to City Attor
ney Fred Williams, and may have
it ready to report for first ami
second reading at next Tueeday
' Ho hurts the' good who sparee
the bad. Syrus.
The lack of a
bridge, filling, crown
or set of artificial
teeth may be the
cause of your poor
complexion or that
tired feeling. ,We di
agnose and estimate
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