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FHE DECATUB DAILT REVIEW FORTY-FIFTH YEAR-- NO. 98. DECATUR, ILLINOIS, MONDAY. APRIL 7, 1924. 1,200 Candidates Seeking Office In Tuesday's Primary 2,000,000 Illinois Voters Expected to Go , to Polls in Record Breaking Election. Chicago, April 7.--(/P)Citizens of Illinois are booked for the biggest job of voting in the history of the state tomorrow. More than 1,200 candidates are on the primary ballot for county, state and national offices A vote exceeding 2,000,000 is anticipated. SMALL AND ESSINGTON. \\ hile thief national interest centeis in the contest between President Coolidge and U. S. Senator Hiram Johnson, of California for the Republican Piesidential preference, that struggle In, 16 PAGES--g^iCE riUtEB CENTO d v v u f c d In Illinois' t t h e f\ e i m t o i i l l c a m p u s n ' n o h e c o n t e s t b e t w e e n O i v c t t o r J "i - ~ n i l l i n d St I ' c Sen i* j i r i i u r ovv r 1 - i n - t r - i of u e i t o r liis i c v o k p » 1 t l i o v o l u t e h e a t core o f ihe w h o l e I p u l l i c i n c i n i p a i ' - n J t h i s i' l f i c i ^ i r e ^ u b o r d i m l c d t b c s o n i t o i i i l r o i i t c s t h f v v e e n M e d i l l McCori uck e r n o r llth Hour Activities. MISORDEH9. C l m i t v o A p r i l 7--Reports o f p r e i m u v disordeis vv [lit tho f i r i n g of s h o t s w e r e g i v e n t h e police todav "BIG" BARGAIN Detroit Mich A p r i l 7--OT--Not ii several v c a i a has there been n p r i - mary election i n M i c h i g a n In w hlcli n t c r e s t has been so l a n g u i d ns In today's b a l l o t i n g to d e t e r m i n e M i c h i - gan s prcsldentlil p r e f e r e n c e In t h e tvv o major parties "* U S Senator Illr un Johnson o r C a l i f o r n i a rs tho o n l v c a n d i d a t e to c i m p a i p r n e d In t h e state T h e c a n d i d a c y of P r e s i d e n t Cooltdge w h i c h h i s been I n t h e h n n d s o t O o v - ernor Grocsbeck has not been active, and \\. 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( C o p v r l g l i t , 1121) Washington, D. C., April 7. b u r g ! ir a l a r m a and b l e w --The past week made some c " )cd * l l h J= w ="-y a"i ee a t $,.0000 w i t h o u t l e a v i n g Dig Tunnel, Crack Safe; Get $50,000 Clilcigo, A p t I I 7 -- C i a c k s m e n w h o t u n n e l e d I J i r o i i g h t w o w a l l s a n d a f l o o i i i i g c i r c u m v e n t e d a net u o r k of p r l r m v those 1 r IjTtt e I ' o n c . J I V v u 11 VV v*. t 11 I U 1 111 1 1 J. I ic u orb M 11 l i e t of , inir h i s been =old n t a » i c 00 000 l ci f l j r n f o s t l !,, 0"0 lo c o n s t r i c t i ! r o u p . h t OHO t o i h o A \ o i l n o i l n l i o i i ; J h e h t i l d l n c : is f f v uv o s t o i los I n c h md i t t i t o t s t o r n ! t s f i o n a l l o \ c i t h e vv 01 Id lo its o\v 01 DAYLIGHT SAVING STARTS APRIL 27 IN N. Y., CHICAGO A , i t j grocH n u c i \ p i i l 2 \ t, on tl c * c f f t c t J t ali me elite i r r h l si\ il \, t l i i c i e o u - \\ i l l bo e l i n \e\\ " i o i K C i U 1 ho SELF mm MI'S PLEt III Liny NURSES TOLD BOBBED HAIR DANGEROUS AS CARRIER OF GERMS Cb cagro \ p i i ! 7-- 'Ihe f i n e s ' I o n vv h o l l e r bobbed h a i r Is a j?ern cir- n e i d e c i Is a b o u t t o l e c e l v e a n t h o i n a t i v e ion --oni* 1UO n u i ^ c s oC be Official Discusses Fatal Gun Play; 29 Will Be Held. J o h n V o v v n . l^a . A p r i l 7--"\\ b ' l ° · ti e troopers and c o u m d e t e c t i v e s t o n t m a e d t n v c s l i g a t l o n o' S a t u r - «!a\ » f ght between r c ' l d c r t * of J i M v ind ^ i s i t i n f t K i Kit x K l a n s m e n »n w h i c h t w o men o t t b e t o w n , w o r e k i l l e d D i s t r i c t A t t o - n c v P P W el n c Cmibrla c o u n t v . todiv p r e p a r e d , t » i tor , l u g e s of n o t an I m i r d e i at i nsi ^J men I J w c n t v f i v e o f i h » p r i s o n e r s slid In I k l i n s m e n w c i e at rested h c i o · s t b o v s t e p p e d f r o m a speciil ti un v l i i v . h b r o u g h t tbem 'rom I.lllv i f t r the f cht T o u r r e s i d e n t s ot I i l l v c t c a r r c s l c d ^r.r. VNGE rt\nr \ T S A r - a n g c m e n t s w e r e beiiii; in ide l o d a v for the f u n e r a l * ot T b i l p Conf i d n n d HoJ P a u l shot t o d c i t l i More t h i n a »corc » e i e w o u n d e d InctiHl'ng f o u r w o m e n w h o police r e p o r t e d w-oic a t t a c k e d w I en thev «beerod t h e p a r i d l n g k l i n s m c n s TI rich n klan o t f l c l i l , si d tbe I t U n s t n c n w e r e n o t responsible f o i the f i c h t 'Thev. w e r e forced to dc- f o n d t h e i r l i v e s w h e n a s s a v i l t e d ' h e · ild ^^^ FOREIGN FARMERS BEAT NATIVE BORN Chicago. A p r i l 7--Foreign w I He farmer* In the United Slates arc more nuccesiful thin the. n a t K e - lorn w h i t e s accordlnr to an a n a l y - »ls of th« census record* made l the Seirs-Hoebuck n g r l c i t t t u r a l f o j n - dation In 1920 TS 9 per cent ot tl c for · Ign-born farmers owned t l i e l r own f a r m * w h i l e «3 « nsll\e-born f a r m - ers were proprietors the annlsls slid Only IS » per cent of th» foreign-bora ner« tenants compared to 3 3 2 per cent nitie-born. Farms of foreign-born owners a \ - «r,ced 131 acres, with an average ·Value of I I 5 4 6 C against 16J-acre farm* w l l l i an averojta value of (11,- 1Z* for n a t i v e born farmers, the sur- 1 v u i s t o n hospTil are c a r - v l n g t l e l r plna f j i ' n e r gbt t o -shear i h e t r l o c k s t o t b e b o n d o f t r u s t e e s o f t h e ins' i t i t i o n N e i r l v a l l n i rscs e m p l o v e d a t t b e i 1 o s p i l a l li led up In n u p p o r t ot the t w o s t u d e n t n u r s e s w h o n p p e i r e d on di Iv r e c e n t l v w i t h a b b r e v i a t e d c u r s M l « s Ida. b m l t l i . s u p e r i n t e n d e n t o r ' b y those Democ-ats w h o mlt, s t u d e n * n i r=cs, Issued ai order t h i t fer to s u p p o r t a R e p u b l i c a n 1 r j r « i feLPiOLS BID I b i s is t h o f u s t s e i i o u s b i d in n ] | n o u l i i i n st ne fo p o l i t i c a l com I b \ ! t h e K l a n n n d it looks t o d i v a s I t t h e i e w 13 lit least an e v e n c h a n c e f o i v i c t o r v o n t h e p u t o t t b e w h i t e K n i g h t s T h i s Is pn t i c u l u Iv t r u e cf the R e p u b l i c in pmnar*. oc i t e s t J u s t w h i t w l 1 h i p p c n a f t e r t i n t If M - Tackson Is n o m n i u d Is the p i r z l e t ! a t t h e p o l i t i c i a n s M i l l h i v e u ssol e ' l i e m u o i i t v o f l h « w'ntc* v o l e ' n I n d i a n a v i i ' u i l v a l v v a v s h a s been D e i n o c i a t l c T h e i e is h o w e v e r a t r e - m e n d o u s c o l o i e d v o t e l u t h e stitc Increislng; v e a r I v v e a i w h i c h h a s s w u n g the t i d e of v c L o r v to tbe T*e- p u b l l c i n s e v e i v l i m e t l e v h a v e w o n in e K c l i o i Jf ai d v o w e l 1 an c i n d elite s h o u l d be n o m t n l t t , L l foi g o v e r n o r on the R e p u b l i c a n t cket t h e p o l i t i c i l f o r e c i s t e i s a r e v v o n c l e i l n « l u s t w h i t w i l l b e c o m e o f t h e colored s u p p o i t c i s of the G O r 'J he'r pon hie loss may be o f f s e t t pi e Ivl in i ni^c f i om si, niOa n c c u m p l i ^ l i c I h \ n t U a i i c h a n d s of tht, clock r u e h o m ci tied b\ c i t v 01 d t u a i ce K t i l r o a d en nruinlt.* i ·» a"l dtu 1 t u n e s 1 e t l n l c ^ e\ct H u i I j n n t u n «-_lu d i c« t i m ll i. go\ - on --\ib KELLER EXPLAINS Democrat Sues Brennan and Thomas. Cbicapro A p r i l " -- K e n t } K I c P c m o c n t i c f, i l i c i i r n t c i i i l c u d i d a t e in a ·.ntoincn t u r d i v c x p l e i n l n g - t h e reason f c r 1 Is $.00 000 dannce s u i t i i f i i n b l - C c o t p e K i e n n i n I l l i n o i s Deinoc a t i c Ie d ^ i « n d 'o n i e r T u d ^ e C b a r l t ·* r, 'I b o i n a s JZa*t St J j o u l s opened j e s t e i c ' a v d e e ' a i e d t l it ' t h e c h a i i c t e i assassin bia n o p l i r e i n p o l i t i c s I f e c l a i m * t'nt B r e n n a n n n d ' I h o m i s h i v e s l a n d e i c d h i m ! n ca'iipRlgn l l t e n t u r e progress toward clarification of the question who will be the next President of the United States, and also, as regard the introduction of a third party, some progress toward confusion. As respects Coolidge and the Republican nomination, Coolidge made*httle progress hist w e e k because t l - e p u n c i p i l p r l m x t y held w a s I n W i s c o n s i n , w h i c h I n - bt uc'cd for I j a f o l l e l t e M E V N S NOTIllNC: T h a t h o w e v e r nicnis p r i c l l c i l ' j n o t h ng W I s c o n b l n going for L.a- f o l l e t t o t h i s -v ear m e a n s no more tl an It has m e a n t w h e n he carried tho st itc. I n previous p i e s i d e n t l a i l pi nnries T h i s 1* Hie o n l v state . x f o i l c t t c w i l l h i v f t TH I b e Kcpub- l i c a n c n n v c n t l o n \s b e t w e e n Cool- Idne ind b * onh- n a t i o n - w i d e op- p o n e n t I l l r a m Johnson n o e v e n t o f m I m p o r t a ice 1 appcncd li't -neck D u r i n g t h f t c o m i n g v\ecU l i o w e v e i I icro w i l l be p n m i r r e s in three ini p o r t i n t s t a t e s M i c n l g a n o n M o n d i v iml 111. 10 s and \ e b r i s k a rn l u e s d v |\s r e s p e c t s tbe l u s e r ot t l i c ^ e M k b i f f i i a n d . I l l i n o i s I T Toh i s o n si o u l d h a v e i n j c o n s i d c i a l Ie d f g r c e of success It. m i K b t i n i p u r C o o l t d g e s p i e s I R C On the o t h e r b a n d It C^ol I Ise c a r i l e s these t w o sti'es de o i s l v c l v i t w i l l m i k e i t a l m o s t f i n a l I v r o n o l u s i v e b i t Jo' n s o n s o p p o s i lloil to ( orlulge is f t i t i ' c T o h n Ins L l l n p i i K n o f l both in M I C i i g m m d I l l i n r i c I i o o i n n o n e \ p e o l a t o n l i o u e v c i i? t h i t C c o l i d e e w i" c u i v tlK.ni T N T ^ l l l COOl 111GC ' \ t t h l i d m ite l l w ucll p l l m i n e s o,cia tbe oo n l n r T v v e e K N o b i a s U i on P u e s d a v Is 01 e In w h i c h p o b t l c i i n s th ilk T o h n s o i r n j ioss ],\ he iblo tr. maU« i b e t t c t s h o w i n g ttyin Ir l l l i r o l s o r M i o h l ( , i n I t T o h i s c n s h o u l d c n i r v N c b i i b v a nga n s t Cool- idtie o n J u e s d a - v . H w o u l d nnl» l i t - t l e d i f c i e i c c I n t h e piog a m i r n o i m m t l n K Coclidce It w o u l d h o w e v e r I m p a i r Coo'.ldgc s p t e s t l t r e ind w o u l d b e I n t e i p i c t c d is a n I n c i t e - m e n t to i t h i r d p i r t v 1 be m l of all II Is Is t h i t t ' i o c- TS pi i u c i l l v no poss b i h t % o f J o h n s o n o s i n u t h e R e p u b l l c i n n o m i n a t i o n I v t w o w e ^ K s f i o m n o w o r cer- l i i n l v L t h e e n d o' S.PI I, Coolklte s n o m n a n o n -!'iould be p o s K l v I v as s i n e d \nv n m o i «ivi cesses tint I l i r a m T u b nson ji *v h i v e w i 1 n o In I p b i n tow u d t b e n o m l i i l ' n n ' I b ^ v m a v h o w e v e r h i v e b e e f f i c t I jvv a rd i t h u d |4ai I v ·Uc V1X30 3 P I t O G K l ·sS J t t i e D c m o c i a t n . f l e l 1 M c - \ d o o n aile m a i U e d p i o t r e^s l i s i - \ v « e k m l s a f e , es na v a l u e d i trace of their I d e n t l l v , p o l i c e a d m i t t e d todaj The burglars w o r e gloves and div i d e d t h e i r tieasure on a table In t h e basement I f e i r n i n Cohen, p r o p r i e t o r of the K m p i r e L o i n c o n t p i n y discovered I loss vestcrday m a n y h o u r s a f t e t tlie r o b b e r y had been made Murder of American Merchants Followed By Martial Law Albanian Highwaymen Blamed For Slaying of R. L. Coleman and G. B. DeLong. \ p i i l sig-ncd to p r e v e n t radio c o m t n j n l c a t l o n d ly b the senate 7 -- A . b i l l L i n o n o p o l w a i passed It decliies -»lr to be t i c ' i n a l i e n a b l e possession o f t h e p e o p l e ' a n d p r o h i b i t s l i c e n c e s e \ t e n d i n TM more t h a n t w o ^ e i r s OEIIfFieS U. S. Aviators Arrive in British Columbia from Seattle. Ti mce H u p c i t J) C A p r i l 7--Pend- IIR i e p i rs to lh« flat, plane fccattle, i d a m a p e d in m i M n g a l i u d i i i B tlie f o u r U n i t d Stitcs artiiy air crulsci on a elobc c n c a c l n . s J o u r i u i \\\\i \ o f i a t r i \ c d here - \ e s t e i d i w i l l r e " i l n in Prince R u p e r t n d c f l n l t c K . Mi- jor F L M a r t i n f l i g h t command,-! a i n o u n c e d I c i n n o t n i a ^ c any s'atc n c n t K- to t h e di'c of d e i a r t u i e Cor S i t k a , A l a b k i u n t i l u t t e r w e h a \ c t h o r - oucrhb ,n-pecled tlie Seit 1°, M i l o r .Martin s a i d The Seattle in l a n d j ig i n i comb - m t i o n o f u l n d a n a s n o w f l u i r i c * l i l t t h e w a t e r s o h i r d t h i t t « o b ' r if\ \ c r e b olven on h e r l e f t f i lo W a s h i n g t o n A p i i l 7 -- C t l i l o g i a m H d i r e c t i n g A m e i l c n n d i | i l o n i » t l c *nl c o n s u l a r o f f i c i a l * I n A I linn I n in I n v e s t i g a t e and report on tb« nmrdcr o f t w o \ i n c r i e i n m e r c h a n t * In I h M l c o u n t r v S u n d i v w ei · d l n p u l r l i i (I t n d a f i o m ( l i e m i l " i l e p i r t m r n t d e - l to- tlic ·! 41\ IX MM O* T l r i m A l b m l i A j u l l 7--(T)--Thu i m u n l c r ot l l o l t r 1» ."010111 m of Ban I r m c ' s c o m l f ' i , j C I ! OclmiB o f Ne\\ " i o l K , \ \ i \ l t i ^ on t h e 1 I r H i m S c u t i n h i g h l o i d S u n d u I s a ( t i H i n t , cd' to l i i ^ l i w i j m e n v\ h i I n f i t - t t l i * bic v c o u n t i v of ttiis m o u n t a i n o u s ind s p u s c U .cttled l ^ u r jt n n n n t * T r i x c l e r s aloiir* n n n j of t h e r o u n d \ roadvi a i o m o i « \ p r o j f o i t h » " b i n d i t s md t h e l e ^ l f n w h r r * * t i n A m c i i r a n j . w c i c I r a v o l l n ^ I s H m o n i , the « l l d e b t I i A I i ' i m i l M i r t i a l l i \ \ h i s h e o n d e r l a r e ^ a n d e x t e n d e d tin · u r ^ l i o u t t h e o o i n t r y »o a s t o p r e v e n t a i v o u t l » i « i U « t i n t m i g h t be c i u s f d 1 v- t l i o MI l x u r « 11* « n \ person a c c u s e d i f t h e C l i n i c fid aid I n d o i l l n p r v i l t h n n n p i N I n c b v a n v of tho t r l h o s « I li li mlitlu li · r e i d v to M K e i d v i n t i r v "f HII a t I 1 !it w o u l d vv e i l on t lu £' ' * i n nn n1 Charleston Boy Tries to Take His Life. C K a t l c s t o n A p i i l "-- Leo A v , . r s f i l t i . c n son oC M and Mt» I iv moi d A \ I H o f t-1 i i l o s i n , , i t t e m p l c d s u l idc S u n d i v f v i n i n t b v sci e l i t e a b u l l e t f u n i a J c i h b i u i c v o l v c i i n t o 1 is I c f l b t c a » His c o r d i t i o n is Si 1 l O l l v ' l b , 01 ise i s s l f ; n e d w i s i i e p r i n a n d f i o m 1 is f u b e i f o i h i v i n g : lost | i p o r k c t l o o l v c o n t i i n i n g s o m e mo K v cnn n o w b e said l o h i v e 1 1 s s i t s o n i e l b n R b e t w e e n ]]0 a n d 1 1 . d t l c gitcs out of a to il of i r ' t S I b i s I* m o i e t h i n f l n v olhf i o n e cind d a t his a i d Is I n d e e d a m u o r l t of a 1 the d e l e g t ' e s so far c loscn M c ' V l o o s f a l l u i e to do a* w e l l i his suppo-t- j ers e x p e c t e d li W l s t o n s l n Is not I n - n o m u s e w i t h bol b e d h a i r w o u l d be | candiflne t o t h e i r o w n n o m i n e e . N o ] u n s c a t h e d w h e n t b e v a t t e m p t r h i r p e r m i t t e d In t i e s e n i o r class Henre § |, a || n e , m i t ,, on , ot t | )em to Ro ( e r p r # t ,j hv p o l l t l c ' i n s as h a v i n g any t h e p e t i t i o n to the board of t r u s t e e s SHOPMEN MSI k n o w s n t t h i * t i m e w h e t h e r t h e r e are more r e p u b l i c a n s or Democrat" In tbe K l a n o r g a n i z a t i o n Tbe f a c t t h a t tbe Klan has d e t e r m i n e d to b a c U one ot the Tep ibllcan aspirants would see-n to I i d i c i t e R preponderance of Republ'cin*. but t i l l * Ie l a i g e l c o n l e c t u r e acter said « s s i s s | n a n o n on 1 1« K e l l e r Call It "Plumb Plan in Disguise." A V a s l n n g t o n A p i l l T -- T ' i e pioposed How i l l a m e n d m e n t 1o the transporta- ( on act w i* termed tho ' P l u m b plan In disguise* In a staleirent today bv a delegation representing Western Q v * t e m association of shopmen here to represent t h e i - \lews to the Cou- 7cn* Tub-committee of the senate Interstate commerce committee They declared the amendment If r*a.s*cd w o u l d 'cause another n a t i o n - w i d e n l l r o a d s t r i k e Inside of tv\o v o a i s DISPLTE POSITION' Th" c o m m i t t e e d i s p u t e s the posit'on ot the stmdard rail tinlon* that the a m e n d m e n t provides for representation of cmplov cs ' on a majority basis' ind denounced It a* denymg representation to numerous members of railroad ahop associations and other Independent railroad associations · T h i s amendment If passed." said the statement "will be a repudiation of the men who remained loyal to their c m p l o j e r s and the Interest of the p u b l i c following the n a t i o n - w i d e ·trlke In Julj, 1922" W ILT. It Mr lackson Is n o m ' m t o d at cj the K l a n becomes the greit state is sue in the election t h e I n d i a ! a r i e s l d e n t i a l v o t e becomes more 01 less ot a f o o t b a l l v v ' i l c h w i l l get n p r e t t v good kicking a r o u n d before It f i n i l l y l a n d s In one camp or the other The Democratic le.idem seem to t h i n k an out nnd on* k l a n f i g h t over the g o v e r n o r s h i p w o u l d give them t h e i r best chance of g r a b b i n g the presidential electors because, th" klan Issue w o u l d be largely w i t h i n the R e p u b l i c a n ranks Because of the bold blfl bv the Klansmen t h e Indlina primaries w i l l l a v e a c o u n t r y w i d e interest a n l significance Mr Jackson I" personal- Iv regarded fls a 'v« r y f ' n e t n e ot m m A l t h o u g h w e l l along I n t i e forties Tihen the w o r l d war came along lie entered an o f f i c e r s ' train- Ing ramp received a commission vent over-seas and r e t u r n e d a major lie ha» various elements of strength outside h i s Klan support ASK FOR DELAY IN QUESSE'S % SENTENCE Springfield. 111. A p r i l 7 -- A t t o r n e y s for William F Quesse, convicted of consplracv In connection with janitors' strike. Chicago, will ask t h i supreme court here todav or tomor row lo stay Quesse» sentence tet da}*, pending action qf the Cnlt«l States supreme court Th» original dat* expires today. C H A R G E * ' 1 R I C K F R V Chicago A p r i l 7--Charges t h a t the George E B i e n n i n o r g a n l r a l i o n In lie Demociatlc p«rl h a s atteni Hed to mislead I l l i n o i s sample ijallot -vvere W i l l i a m Tj O C o n n e l l v o t e i s w l t n a mi do t o d a bv m a n a g e r of the I l l i n o i s Me \doo f o r p i e s u ' e n t , o n u n l t 'e He d e c l a r e d tbe B ipposed f a c s i m i l e of the b i l l o t b e i n g s h o w n bv t'ic G r e n n i n - v v o i k e r s Siiovrs eiirht ' no- pi e f e r e n c e cindtdates, for delegates i' laago R i d n i n e plwdKcd to Me Vdoo and asserts tJ Is Is an a t t e m p t to fool t h e v o ' e r s a s t h e o f f clal b a l l o t w i l l w n i n e ' 10 in e f e r e n c e ca i d i d a t e s a n d e l t h t pledged t o MiAdoo GERMANS WILL ONLY PAY JUST LIMIT Berlin. April 7--(*)--The G e r m a n chancellor. Dr Wllhelm Marx, In an address at Barmen Sunday, declared that the German government woulc conscientiously examine the report ot the experts committee to ascertain w h e t h e r the obligations developing upon the German people embodied In the f i n d i n g s of the committee were within German}'* capacity to f u l fill The government he added, w o u l d assent to undertaking only such obligations as'were within the capacity of tbe German* people, though requiring all tbelr economic strength PEPPER PROPOSES PEACE CONFERENCE Washington. A p r i l 7--A Joint reso- lullon proposing a w o r l d peace conference was I n t r o d u c e d today bv Senator Pepper, R e p u b l i c a n Pennsjl- vanla T h e senate w o u l d a d v i s e t b e president under the resolution that th lima Is s u i t a b l e for the assembling of a conference s i m i l a r to t l io two held In the past at Tlie Hague ean ng- McAdoo got o n l v te i out of the t n e n t j - s l * ; delegates w h e r e a s h i s supporters c o n f i d e n t ! } e x p e c t e d he w o u l d get t w e n t y The fact w h i c h e x p l a i n s McAdoo s f a i l u r e contradicts any Idea of attaching m u c h I m p o r t a n c e to It One reason Is t h a t the railroad -workers who are n u m e r o u s ii VV Isconsln a.pd w h o had expected to enter the Democratic p i l m a i y a n d v o t e f o r McAdoo* w e i e a t t h e l a s t moment summoned to go to the nepub'ici i p r i m a r y In order »o m a k e t i e most 1-npresshe poss ble s h o w i n g for T^afol etto as a g a i n s t Coolldge KEPT \OTr. D O W N u The other e x p l a n i t . o n Is t h a t t h e i e vv as a snow alorm on election das w h i c h prevenlcd t h e r u r a l voters from going to tlie polls to vote for Smith Another explanation was the personal p o p u l a r i t y of the I n d i v i d u a l c a n d i d a t e s for delegate on the Smith picket over those on the McAdoo ticket In the c i t y of M i l w a u k e e , f i f t e e n thousand voters put a cross a f t e r McAdoo's name at the head of the ticket Indicating h i m a* t h e i r pre- 'crence for President, while onlv half of them voted for McAdoo delegates NOT ON' PROGRAM As regards McAdoo's f o r t u n e s In primary election of the coming DEBT PUN REIIOY TUESIE 15 REPOfiT Committee Puts the Final Touches on Sections. T i l l s *pn! '-- *)--llio r e p o i t o' the i f i u n i o n s e \ p c i s vv I I be s| Mler ] i t 10 o c l o c k \ \ i d n f s d i v t u r n i n g It w i s d e t c r n l r c d t h i s a f l e i n o o n 1 |, c l e p i r - w i l l h 9 i , , , K , i o v o i t o t h e r t P l l i t l o n s o i n i n t ' - s j o i i f o i t i n * ' o d \ l o m i k e p u b l i c P a r s A p i i l 7--i/l)_The o x p r r e - i m n i U l e s f t P I g a d i r l C e t . l a l n a v i e s todiv i n c h e d w l u l e p i r i t i o n c i c l e x luied w o u l d p i o v e t i e l i s t d i v c f tit 'otipr e l i a w n 01 t I ihoi * 1 be c x p e i t s 1 n o t Hi « mo n i n e - vv t b the i n t e n t i o n ot f i n i s h i n g - all t i n t reir i n ·; f i. r t lein lo d j be'oie the a p p r o v e d pioo's o t (I e i r i t r p r t t o t b a i epara i n n s c o u n i t s on f m i l v g ta t h e j)i m t e i ·» I b e o l e n o i l vv 01 k now Is lie ng re v i e w e d n n d t h e f i n a l t r n c - l e s p i t o n those « lloi i nt t h e l e p o i l i c i n r I n g s l i g h t crnnges CANNOT REMEMBER m III (III It I OH I OMMIV N o w V. 1 I.I I l k N V 111 i ii *~a n Ind i n d l i i p b v v i v l l - -- r.o , i TV · r, i.. NATIONAL BANK CALL MARCH 31 Washington. April 7--The comptroller of the currency today Issued a call for the condition of all national banks at the close of business Mondav March 21 4TVTE IIA Ml CtLL. Springfield. I l l . April 7-- State Auditor A n d r e w Russell today Issued a call for the condition of all state bank* v at the ales» of business March 31. · Supreme Court Rulingt. J Washlng'on A p r i l 7--When h i g h e r railroad rate* n r e chirgefl on a "hou t h a n a l o n g h a u l t i e s h l p p e i f i o m an I n t e r m e d i a t e p o i n t Is o n l v t n t l t l o d to collect «ucli I images as lie 's ablo to show he sustained It a s a n n o u n c e d todiy b v t h e s u p r e m e f out t I h e q u e s t i o n l e a c h e d t h e c o j r t I n f o u r cases, I n v o l v i n g rates i n M i n - nesota New Mexico Mon'ana Ore Son and W a s n l n g l o n W a s h i n g t o n A p i i l 7--The s u p r e m e court todav a f f i r m e d the decision ot the Colorado supreme c o u r t In a, c i = e b r o u g h t by the Tlrst N a t i o n a l Bank ot Greely, Colo against the taxation ot Us p r o p e r t j at a htghr rate than t h a t Imposed upon other properties Washington, Api it 7-- The Jones- Seamen'a act of 1920 was declared constitutional and v a l i d today by the supreme c o u r t W. W. Marsh, Democrat, Answers Committee. 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H I ! l i t e i k 111* n i 11 f . v p I I 7 -- ^ i m l m a i n p a l k i *|iei i li i H 1 1 i, K d t I I A t l o n n s r N p l n t l l l l n l t d r1i*clMl4 d I i - h I I I ' | n t i h*« lint I d u n l f i om 1 lit e d n f t n * *r a n o t I n r fn« 1« I in nn i t u tr I 1 I T , » of 111* on till h V K l i III «,* th« week the conditions are such that comparatively little can be Interred from them In Michigan, McAdoo's name Is not on the ticket and tbe situation Is otherwise confused b the fact t h a t one of the names In the Democratic primaries In Michigan U that of Henry Ford, although Ford takes no Interest In It and has actually endorsed President Coolldge The only othef name In the Democratic primary of Michigan Is that of Senator Ferris, who was entered chiefly to prevent the primary from going to Ford by default, also In Nebraska, McAdoo's name has been kept off the ticket In deference to the fact that Governor Bryan of that State Is a "favorite son " In Illinois. Washington A p r i l 7--States canaot .Compel I n t e r s t a t e railroads, (ie »,i pr«me cou-t declared today t» Join in the construction o' u n i o n stations and cannot compel t h e m to abolish grade crossings m e n t for Mi H a r d i n g s hotel penses o u did not mean his sonal e x p e n s e s " ' \o it was for imttee s expenses penses Asked w h s Hamon support f r o m Lowden pav ex- per- t h e Harding; cotn- h e a d q u a r U r g e x - s w i t c h e d b's to H a r d i n g «*» Fan YOUNG LA FOLLETTE OUTLINES WOES Bloomlngton, III , April 7--The Republican and Democratic parties newspapers, capitalists and conserva- t i v e s were blamed tor e x i s t i n g political and economic conditions b P h i l i p Lftfollette eon of Senator t,i- f o l l e t t e progressive leader In an ad- drcs* here Sunday ' W e are l i v i n g in a day w h e n we ire face to face w i t h national Issues Just as perilous as those cxlstlis prior to the Civil w a r " said Mr. Lif o l l c t t c w h o urged t n e n o m l n a t ' o n of New ton J e n k i n s progressive, as cindldate for the Lnlted States sen alt. French said the f o r m e r n a t l o n i l com- mllteeman a n d r o i d h i m Mrs H a m o n had requested it _ CALL WOLFE T O STAND Robert r Wolfe, Columbus. Ohio p u b l i s h e r of the Ohio State J o u r n a l and a supporter of Wood w a s called Information has com* to us t h a t vou know something a b o u t sn o f f e r m a d e to General Wood to encompass his nomination,' Senator Walsh sali| · I know nothing about that Wolf* said Wolfe said he took no part In opposing Harding at Chicago o' 11 ^ · i I M U , c h o s v n t o t i l e \v h o I s f1-**d i i I t s w i v h i * * - i l ' 1 \ \ l · A N D I J O N L S I . I T P N C N U bft i o d u c . « d and 1ho ·!- i l i « r s bo i u « p i l l t m n i o r J o l m t m i . 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