Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania on November 13, 1929 · Page 5
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Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania · Page 5

Altoona, Pennsylvania
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Wednesday, November 13, 1929
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;^f t ;s °' \ "' THE ALTOONA MIRROR—WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 192? XERT INFLUENCE TO END DISPUTE / - - • ..•..-. . .} . President Hoover, Vice frreai* dent Curtis and f heir'As- aociat«y» Take Hand In Bitter Tariff Contest. Following Is the i«cond of the defies on the senate coalition containing: the Inside story of the Modes controversy. The third article will he car- ' fled tomorrow. Uy FAtJfc B. MAIXON, . Staff Correspondent. WASHINGTON, D. C., Nov. 13.— . President Hoover, Vice President Curtis and their 1 , close Republican associates are exerting considerable Influence toward healing of the party wounds inflicted in unprecedentedly bitter tariff contest between eastern' and Western Republican senators. While not taking sides with either of The warring factions* the chief executive and the presiding officer of the senate have been able to prevent several .threatened occurrences which would have wldend the breach. Aa the latest step to appease the aroused westerners, the United Press learned Mr. Hoover has tacitly sanctioned a plan to administer a mild chastisement of Senator George H. Moses of New Hampshire, chairman of the Republican senatorial campaign committee who has called the westerners "sons of wild jackasses." Members of Moses committee, none of whom Is connected with the west\ ern group, have decided that inas- \ much as there Is no way to stop Vetoes' tactics which they believe will ^bring harm- to the party, they will register their protest ,by. resigning from the committee en masse. Mr. Hoover Is known to have been advised of the plan and offered no objections. Previously Mr. Hoover was instru- ' mental In obtaining the resignation of Otto Kahn, New York banker, as treasurer of the Republican senatorial campaign committee. Kahn was selected by Mosea who thought he had the approval of the White House and of members of his 'committee. The committeemen. says however, that Moses never consulted ' them, about the matter. • Moses declined to withdraw the appointment even upon representations from the White House and expressed only regrets when Kahn declined. Committee members feared the appointment would-, serve to widen the breach which' then had not reached the proportions It now assumes. When Moses more recently made a speech criticizing the westerners as "sons of wild jackasses," they decided that something " must be done if party peace was to be maintained for the congressional race next November. A movement to oust Moses from the committee chairmanship then was started, only to be halted by the absence of Republican Floor Leader OUT OUR WAY By WtLLIAMS x GOT owe. SPOT WARM , SOT CAVKE OF ON TOPPA WE.'O UV^E TO Uv/E. ALL ftlQHt. I'LL tAKE THIS WASHER. SEND It AT ONCE. PLEASE NOW BE SURE TO USE THE SOAP I TOLD YOU ABOUT, MRS. ALLEN NEXT WASHDAY I HAVE THE SAME KIND OP WASHER AS YOU HAVE. MRS. ALLEN... BUT I NEVER GET SUCH NICE. SNOWY CLOTHES JUSf TRYRIN3O. fHt MAN WHO SOLD ME f Mil WASHER SAID it'S tHE BEST SOAP. AND IT ISI i James E. Watson of Indiana. It was found Watson had the sole power to remove the chairman. Undaunted some of the committee members then aided in the preparation of a resolution to oust Moses as president pro-tempore of the senate. It now develops Vice President Curtis was able. to stop this before it reached the floor of the senate, contending that Moses had done nothing in this' capacity to warrant dismissal. Claudius Huston, .chairman o.f the Republican National committee! also is . understood to • have ' acted -In the role of peacemaker. , What Moses will do'when and If he finds his committee 'retired, and lie alone remaining, is..the pending topic of speculation. Moses has never been known to retire voluntarily from any office. Those on Moses' committee, most of whom have participated in the developments related include: Vandenberg, Michigan; HatflAld, West Virginia; Townsend, Delaware, Thomas, Idaho; Patterson, ' Missouri; Hobart, Rhode Island. They, as well as the neutral leaders, are frankly worried about the possibilities in the situation. ' On the other hand .Moaes' activities generally have had the support of Watson, Senator David A. Reed, Representative, Pennsylvania, and Senator Hiram Blngham, Representative, Connecticut, who are in the Moses coterie. They have conducted the futile flght for the eastern industrial rates in the tariff bill. • The anti-M6ses group Is aware there is talk of carrying the coalition forward, promoting Senator Borah of Idaho as, the leader of the farm schism. There are ten Republican senators up for reelection next year, at least seven of whom are in danger of losing their seats, according to Moses. If the eastern leaders are permitted to add fuel to the already visible flames the neutral leaders fear they will face a repetition of the party break of 1912. LEGISLATIVE DELEGATES ARE NAMED BY GOVERNOR ~ TUlooria'is Finest* 1110 And Now— We Present s • .'*'-.. . • ( Modified Versions of The New Silhouette —In Dresses That YOU, and Every Womari Can 'Wear As vogue says, "There.never has been a time when last year's clothes look so much like last year's clothes." But, those who can riot wear the extreme fashions will find in Brett's, dresses that indicate the higher waistline by artfully placed shirrings, or tuckings, or slight inden- tions, and by seamings that sweep upwards . , . while • the actual waistline remains comfortably in its natural position. - , Daytime skirt lengths begin by being fourteen inches from the ground and can be a trifle shorter or longer, according to the stature of the wearer, The EVEN hemline is by far the smartest for time wear, New?—Yet! Smart?—Ye*! 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