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   Emporia Weekly Gazette, The (Newspaper) - August 2, 1928, Emporia, Kansas                                TWENTY YEARS AGO of Emparis WEPNESPAT The the city clerks office for the It iS easy tO Pick the best Be GEQRGE MARBLE PROTESTS College of Emporia will con The New York World Is tbeVpffl THURSDAY AUGUST 2 1928 GAZETTE EMPOKIA GOODBYE MNARrHAOCUEN SIDE WALKS If you are approached by a MEXICAN POLITICS om Tlio New York Wnrlri The next best thing to a clear publican running for governor No fer an honorary degree upon smith organ of the vUnited gentleman or gentlemen who tell division of opinion exists on that tor Charles Curtis George Marble states The World made aim poyou that the city has condemned understanding of a polllical situa BREAKKRS of the demand the resignation question It is Charley Scott and protests Mr Marble is a leading liticalJy as much as everyone knows it Then why is vote for him Political your sidewalk and on s SOME ANCIENT HISTORY J L IB Ooof We have known Cnarley Scott of vjiiiii ICJf d d ic w wanly lhat you Lllls Morones secretary of labor in Tola for 33 years We first met him dont understand it For he Calles cabinet and so reveal an nt the legislative session of 1885 w the ninth day of the lwges to play politics as a game Why will the average man take a ttcaunt the mod the r H1H of San Antonio 1ms form man Is here for vUlt old friends judge L B KelloBB went to Hays City yesterday to attend a meeting of itate Normal board of rejents Oeorie Jones and Fred Ludy will ctxt week camping on what la known u south Fork ntar Matfield Oreen print important because Republican in Kansas who enough sense to view the situation realizes and will admit that Charlra F Scott would make the best gover nor Kansas has had for yean and that he would make the strongest candidate at the head of the ticket Mrs Jeremy and daughter Ruth will jn tnis trying Situation Yet for i some little mwsly unimportant rea Rev and Mrs s H Miie children j son too many men are playing poll pect to go to Colorado Jor few weeks nrimarv votinir for some outing within the lew days B D Whitehead will leave Saturday for New YorX City where he wili buy goods for the Rorabaugh store Miss I Anna Stone will leave Saturday on her vacation Miss Stone will return September 1 o take up her work with Mr and Mrs Boyle in the new school Smporia School of Music and Art Mr and Mrs L T Bang and family fill Sunday for the east Mr Bane will stop in Chicago and St Louis to buy after which he will go with his family to the lakes to spend several weeks Guj Marple and Lewis JfcCormick ot Yatcif center are in town for a few dayi visit with friends Mccormick is man ager of the Sollege team and is making arrangements for the coming sea son Hoo Collins will return Thursday from a two weeks vacation in Sioux City Iowa He was on the CaliforniaLimited which was wrecked at wakarusa THCKSDAT Tbl Is the twelfth day ot the Chautau cua session with Arthur K Peck us the attraction tonight He will give an lllus trated lecture The United States Life iics in the primary voting for some one else than Scott when they know better Maybe this man has a prom ise out which he made before he Jrnew Scott was In a foolish promise better served in the breaking than in the keeping so far as ones duty to ones state is concerned Or maybe some geographical interest the home candi date Why support the home candi date when the party in the state is in danger Or maybe some man is voting for another candidate on a trade or to satisfy a prejudice or to be a good fellow The success of the Republican party in this state this year is a high and holy matter and men who trade or trifle with the primary ballot are trifling with the destiny of this state And when everyone Decision to refuse an investigation knows that Scott is the best man I Since this iu the race why should there bei any hesitancy whatever in malting liim the nominee Why should any man for any reason fail to vote for the candidate who is so conspicu ously fitted for the job The Kansas Democrats are cer tainly putting up their very strong est man Why do the Republicans it World has news and the desire to bill 0 ssz rift in Mexican improbable that comment upon it Trie Marble pro test follows This column finds itself in re cent years constantly retreating from its own convictions to avoid being bigoted or lapsing into the temperament of a common groucn But it cannot suppress itself on the significance of this incident A couple of years ago Senator Curtis was openly accused of hav ing used the power of his posi tion as party leader in the United States senate to corrupt the de partment of justice in a matter involving criminal acts on the part of certain of his closest po litical associates and prominent the federal court in Kansas That Mr Curtis either himself cor rupted the department of justice or stood by and acquiesced in it is a fact almost beyond dispute He used the powers of his posi tion to suppress an investigation and disclosure of what happened He had full knowledge of the de partments finding having been based on an admittedly false af fidavit which was exacted by those involved from one of their number as the department ng lhe outset cf the As matters stand now thepUln bad place iyou are probably well within your The correspondents have no doubt ilture for of Sire t rights if you tell the gentlemen in done their best but It is plain stimid in the elected by the legislatures jmeasuredtones to go to the The Republicans in the eiectio stand it either This is not sur truth is that Oovernor S3I5Tte I n bTeported that some Emporia of the iact that as not the leaders of the SKI i They had elected E ft Morril a Republican house thri plcss to whlch can realized that Calles would continue turn for news and interpretation of in power and the church harrassed reiivs in events that the real leaders of the rven more vigorously than before fte tta of u such action Obregon party were away from funeral that President j a cement sidewalk at the lot Calles Is difficult to Interview at iirom owners This the city like tlsand that Mexico City never does in the residential disb a whispering gallery of rumor We know that there are at least obrceon was over from the i ZctyS ontroHed by the held posed to the existing plan ijcMitld down in the McNaryHaugiO bill for applying that So the farmers the tne cUV when McNaryHaugen bill and only fad been taken 9 as a form of relief for the Ihtpler them that the city had able farm give up hope for their the Tammanized jnever doe agitated by fanmen stood by their party dealerswill notify vou If itthe flrst is lhe elfort to flx the leiatlcal Catholicism or fanatical zeal Of anything and everything The th t t ti iS N i needs th ill teil resoonsibility for the murder of for labor his act represents the choice of 1s not the g ey w ieu you obregon the Is the bitter good judgment neither of the supported Mexican Catholics nor of the Mexi was no thought of not crank occasionally found on both session of both houses the Re sides of the ilio Grande He was Publicans had a majority It backed by no sinister group It p to the Republicans to choose makes iiUle difference whether his uuv wu j vu i uQrpfrnn tiifi IS trip n bill is a question which wiSsSbe If it needs replacing they will tell factional ninrrpf hptwwn you like the old stone walk pulate any kind of material If j coalition and the labor wing the the American farmer Tam many always has voted foi iin restricted immigration with lUlow standard of living with its stiirni tion wages and European ideals of third is the question of choosing can Labor party But its aftereffects nre most inj choice being strictly loyal to the If you want a brand new good looking brick or cement walk that is your own business But you the privileged to choose your own kind of walk Cement or brick dealers who by fraud and misrepresentation get crime AH Is that Ob and Moroncs had become made by the agrarian leaders Soto y Gama and Manrique that Mor I ones the chief of the Labor Party because a peasant will produce people to order in new walks should cheap food for the cities no longer be allowed to get away political enemies in the recent ses a basis upon which the Tammanies big and little j with it The hundred dollars or soslon of Congress the Morones de found its al over America which represents the cost of a new putles voted the Obregon nation both ignoring his to a crime that would have shak hesitate and trifle1 Scott in the primary is a vote for a bigger better finer Kansas A DUMB MILTON Harvard that hot bed of sedi known This Is not unusual in politics It is not surprising that the friends of a man in a position and carry him on to fur Wlllard Barber who runs tho stands at lhe grove happened to have l pair of boots handy when the rain cams up Sat urday afternoon and carried many of the mediumsized youny women to safety cross the poolf The precipitation Satur day was inches MlEE Lrnn K Joncr who ha hern at fenrilnr the Normal will leave Wednesday ior r vlit nt her home In Wakarusa after shewill go where ivilteach In the high school Hagermnc who has been vis iii3 it tho homo of Mrs Marian S NaI Saturday afternoon to her in Onega i M1E5 Haze Allison who has been the guest of Wis Fordo for several riiys wcnl to Eicilolcr Springs today lor visit j M1B3 Srirah Joner cf the Rorabaugh store Is talrUlg her vacation has finally awarded to the tic NormttlHon Mr Secretary Andy Mellon Kiss uiodwin Brody of the Poehicr j the degree of Doctor of Letters company will return to work i And for whv tcocrrow nftcr a jOdays vacation i IO y frca Newman a few deys aso received What are some of the Hon ftaic that1 the3 wcaihcr services to literature taaaicr bcenCIfor1C7e i Have the learned doctors of Har J win irove Wcdnesdav ivard in5Pected the debt funding against the government but no on airip to ivaicr HO wfilvijif proposal and found it to be written viTl Walcsand i f iambic pentameter Have they and krs j E Ecsdaii win leave j suddenly discovered the articles of Ior a of the aluminum Tammany stands as a menace to America Al Smiths courage in parting Pomises en the foundations of the govern iran is to cal1 n conference rnent if all the facts had become Can tne larmer pay his taxes and I whicl walk means the cost of a vacation to many people So if one of them starts any such shinaniRin on jou close your hand and push him gently on the nose with your knuckles gas with conferences What is Al Smith for When Hoover speaks he and no foolishness Bu A LAST WORD Before Charles P Scott got into ihe race for governor last spring Mrs White and I entered into an program Mexico being a country in which political opposition is not accepted ns normal r political op position is treated oy its enemies much as Americans in the hysteria of 1919 treated nil on whom the label Bolshevik could be pinned may be that Moroncs or some one of his lieutenants was really implicated in the crime but calling them the psychological authors docs not mean In Mexl tcrminology sow instances of Republican cor Luis Moroncs secretary of labor in nlptlon tnejr ch before rJie Calles cabinet has been Obrc was tnat aJJ Republicans pans principal political opponent were corrupt Upon like charges Even under the CallcsObregon before the people they had wou dictatorship with the two men tak elections for several years prior to ing alternate turns or office there IB9J sple of the clear fact that has been room for politics Mexico somc of lhe worst political oor Kovernmen and parly led by Obregon who stood people of Kansasthat the party rtady to oust Morones the minute was not subject to corrupt con ns next presidential term began trol What a curious relalion existed Tllc Republican candidate for U between the two men Colics a s semtlor before the legislature liberal a statesman with dreams wcrc Jw Acy of much way as to pronounce it comlem iL nation of those whose very sense ceeKl of justice and patriotism would not permit them to tolerate with out protest the shameful outrage of government is a gross misuse of its rights and privileges that should not be overlooked There may be honest doubt in the minds of some about Senator Curtis culpability in this crime man woman or child familiar with the facts is so simpleminded as lat all the Mr and C will leave Icr 1 trip to Michigan and the Tbouusm trust to be a brilliant exercise in power of his political organization blank verse will be Moiight to close tonight JDuaini left today on it busincw irlii iv cranil Kaplflu and Chicago r Sprain tt Company will bulM the ru power house for the city electric riant Tlio amount of the contract i nifr November lo as tho i and all the authority of the fed eral court of Kansas were com wny not let Andy rest on his blned to sxippress an investigation laurels Deliriously the nation ac and a disclosure of what actually claims him tho greatest most bdl happened In the light of this fact to say the William rs were and are pcrsonal or political motives trwhicrT tfic Treasury sinctr William 1 last year the McAdoo So why does Harvard gild CAUSE AND EFFECT i alor Curtis has never personally the injured nor affronted any of those who made charges and demand ed an investigation Yet the only A MEMORY TEST How good is your innmory If you are a Republican you will this autumn to do some j for the present Is llmt the so 1 am leaving on the j Inns were able to capitalize the re DfrGrasse and when the primaries sentment at Obregons death by cpiiie we will be in midocean N7o one can doubt Charles P Scott is the candidate no best one available can doubt dorsed Republican will make the best in the who will vote for Mr viars Why should any Republi lion Eleven electors will appear on nur primary ballot but the 10 legally endorsed ones are Daniel R Anthony III Lcaven Prank Barnes Elk City C D Foster Ness City W M Glenn Tribune M A Gorrill Lawrence Mrs Ben L Mlcksl Soldier C W Miller Hays Harry T Morgan Wichita i 1 Eniporia L E Sawin Washington This Is a test of citizenship n ttnity faced the average Kansas mer it is the duty and opportunity to vote for Charles P Scott of Tola The duty comes in backing the ry biggest best man the op portunity comes in serving the Re publican party and In the cncl the Stale of Kansas Here is a man in 40 years record has sur iivil in Kansas iralitlcs ns slate senator as member of the Baard of Regaits of the1 Stale University ivs Congressman as holder of var ious Important responsible commis sions whose every official act and word has stood the test of tlirie In i For the very very young Who is the most silent man in American that the charges ema nated from political sources and its Lindbergh who has Urposo an lnjury to au luvcBugauon xet tne only test of your ability to vote irtclli e lcsl ol umcU1 defense ever heard the only do So riin in lhc now closing no one So cll fense filed in the records at Wash So riin So in 10 names inorvbslli on Plkrn Peak Mrs u Roberts nnd son went to Cbaaute todry for n vlsll with the E J Rounds ut that place Mr Plumb of Lang was a vls in town today to awcatujc m fcj Republican officials do your duty at the polls THREE WISE MEN has criticized one act of his or one RASKOIIS CLUB FromThn Wlcliiu tnnlr There is danger driving Obregons political oppon ents out of office The return of the important Obrc Eon lenders to lhc ctipilal should mean a considerable clarificalion of lhe situation For Hie last week the correspondents have been quot ing the siwcchcs of the ngrarain leaders Soto y Gama and Manrique and no doubt most American read ers have taken these speeches as expressions of the policy of the Obregon party This Is misleading Soto y Gama and Manrique arc not members of lhe Obtecoii party They are leaders of a separate parly and not a very large one which this year Indorsed Obregons candidacy It was the failure lo realize this which led certain of lhc corrcsjwn dcnts to write as If there were n breach between lhe puty and Calles of fact the1 outstanding lender of the Obregon party that is the leader who wields the most is almost certainly Aaron Eanez II Is sliniflcant that Saenz on his return to Mexico Clly declared for Calles Therefore It Is a snfe to assume for the present thai lo the Union LCUKUC Club unless he How much lonpter friendship have endured man of honorable record and com lon of Sallna a powerful cultured orator who had done great work in redeeming lhe stale from Populism but whose reputation was quile bad claimed to have reformed but nnrtn H portion of the land is going lo miss had not yot brought forth fruit the humor which surrounds the mote for repentance But Burton svermice of John rtnskob from lhe by his work IP the previous cam Union League Club of Philadelphia mign hml secured the support of here arc certain shrines In Phil nearly cnoish legislators to give lclphle which are notable in him the caucus nomination feo 7lcre ls For the Rood of the state for the Hal to which all patriots Rood of the Republican party for ot physically then mental the Kood of all concerned the eiec r rCV U cmbodips of clean capable man to nmhu fdcfmocrucy Ulc the U S senate from e liPCCChl Ot Pnr WIS WIIS 1lltCr lm bodv 7Jr Tn accomplish that end shrine stands lio supportprs of Hood Thachcr i L oi r club n TV lown Ovcr ls Ulc Unlon y lmitcd and until the last hour of tho list day In which they had time Re Id work lo consolidate In the sup oubllcnn i i r n n e publican club of Ecpublicun clubs port of candidate who lheUn crctitllblc thcparty in high Us Ullltmuf Again Lyon county is grateful lo f rutcd to lead the dry subject There are in Kansas hundreds Lee Cowdcn W W Parker and E lf ls up In the single official ultcrance Above with Calles and Saenz working lo is to bow down and worship all men before the Kansas people 44i AVailDitA JIUlUI UljO JJ And the ext most silent Coolidge who know most of the facts nnd HRccs for theiiwork in the re d ccnlllli he was a leader of the Who Is the most popular Ameri who know that Senator Curtis cent businesslike special session of rrohlWtlon movement He drinks can Lindbergh part in them was if not the part the Kansas legiolature They dropped Iltlllor has no hlP rinsk but why do jrslcrdajfor New York Mis HallIs a of the And the next most popular of an active traitor at least the their businesses went to Toka has been all these a mem Coolidge but why do ou ask a cheap chmctcrlca l ttr and officer of the Presbterian cated in the assassination The a eheap characterless officer of th Prcsbylerion is on umf wCfhc nvniinJ inrill Wil tholr purpose In lhe choice of Lu clan Halicr of Ltiivcnworth who was made the pnrty nominee and the nexl day elected Well whal wo started out to ww In tha iff HChedulo with a stiff specific and advaliirem duly Is regarded as UiliiK No one can gel In BClhcr and with lhe army remain Iicte tariff schedules And thr u Inn loyal power In Mexico will re Lcaguo Club no clmnciM where it has been for the few years In the meantime Calles continues to assert thai the clergy arc impli It do nl let a man In put crc yii that would his parly and Charley of his poll marked with held loyally lo criminal friends and associates bones and generally is if the evil AN is 6n lhc innocumn AN Um I The charsc which George brinss analnst Senator Curtis lias Thc out slraw Two CliicaRO the elect He was there In the sanctum sanctorum when Al Smith picked him for national chairman having been so selected promptly resigned There Is great scandal In the Un ion had affiliation uh lis tho lor him to OKNOUNCKS Dr Clarence Ctxk prpsl of tin University of Mich declared In un address at Club UK nKMiibcrs mil Dutrolt nccnllv that In wmc rf never been tried In court and never post cards lo the firsl two bcn Jonta Muriel cr have gone to Wichita for a Harris Catherine Jones Maude which he highly commends to the men and women of the nation as having so intoxicated of his own taste in Luuit jAiin will be Curtis side never has been flccl ln Club UK members mil Delroit recenllv that In son Hearsts HeraldExaminer and the y didnt realize lhat Uoskob was the DaUl tc of csiecmcd and wet Trlbuncnn until lie Kol out Uut lie was Xnnrlcin pwoiitin nounce the firsl straw voles of llv nnd t looks like nmny of the T Defense has nwcr lelephon directory Those receiving them will have the op reason Totals of the Herald and Exam iners Chicago presidential straw members will survive Hie discovery by the Brace of Providence TIIK OLD BOGEYMAN Secretary Kellogg excludes Sov llnctly unAmerican He said The organization is tinAmeri can In not hearing a jMlnl of view contrary lo Us own The attitude shown by ihc much blacklist is old British at illy led to the total iiv wum a short Colorado C T rlIIan nnd fam are expected to TIESDAT Promptly at 2 oclock toir rrow ner ncon United Stales Senator Robert M The College of Emporia has tribute also joined all the politicians in coni These are demnation of Ihosc disinterested Durlng lhe four years that The Gazette hM been running thorn The last I Oovcrnment by spiclal Interests of Hi of lhc j thr tent located or the Garfield schi FiiirTipr 01 me ie nSng ormnl Sch001 re ieord this Sround this traitorous assault upon ool lhe body Tt has helped to Between nnd propic deny a Iruth material to mortality and patriotism Thw onlv charit Ihe Cromwcllian dny of and cumc the days restoration under Harding and iys of reaction are laj accurately lie outrainr of the elec0 so far sis Emporia is con As tlie straw vote roes so goes Labor the I lie railroad rood ladies of find that when c denounce 1 1 vJtJ n 11 IU SOCitt smiui will 01 knows that tin Sov leiment r radical U be black s carry wel Chicago and Cook n is paclfisiic and the HMod they were Just cnfs puws it of Cook only wars it has foucht have IKCM IliHlng on of fire majority he jn of soil u fer a croup ol hardboiKM Inboi no Imperial prcKruni In Uie old haliiiK H released to t refreMiinjs to find cdu lose heavily In dry downstnte enough lo hnnd Illinois pi be judged by his era and not moral standards of another This is not biltcr cynicism nor inllc apology bill a fairly hon f Ihings as they nre A JfOMK BOY upset If Hoover is already run lilriK Just on Smiths heels In up The of Russias proRrim for hr occupation leadership Is 33 funny as if Coiislanlmiplo Furds hip 11 1 1Y Jfc tlUlli Will pSrtUn KnnSaS lhcy wl sllRht Jhowcr Inst the uipusi temperature lock n decided drop Volers of hc Fourth congrcsistan New York Smith will have district should remember to 1JIJ n refl1 battle to hold Ins home boy in the raco for state In line nomination for Secre have ii holding lor MONDAY good lif man Is presumed to out re though he does not take lhe sland a hero The in his own behaf jnra hc js that by declarinrr riiiHy by a jury of his peers or Lincoln had violated his Oeorrc Marbles moli obey the constitution be assailed He is Ireadinn accord aiHH jissis s SMS m for the i of stale who It running Plan Northern Trrk governor is supporting a To A vacation lour to the northern l u t t man for tho Job states and In lhe vicinityo S r S SB SfM 19 tJit n alul Mrs Norton 40J iiinlion strnrl i i His re W1H ravo struck her week The accompanied A E Fisher and F L Mc o tlie rvre at loctst as Found Iud are lhe of Mussolinis Mrand Frank keping lhe liilli S vhnot uivc 1ld Mr C E Parker who Itiifiiin a chiiirn went with thi Knighls drill trini to IVtrott rctiirneij Sun day i trip through the Mr IViiiunijton i rxtroit nr iiiniihes the air durun Snp tliruuKli Ihfl upocr i I of downto Lhicaa Tht tirove miles wri did not diru until runic to BurUn From riw on leitrd ArKumcnt Cive man milhods nre not pro I ones to use on a menunil nn IIi11111 i mate atcordiiic to coiice ll HIIK n SIT in down The uer IIi piuciciv to ihc police niul hp CaiulkUtev rn wai club net A M K chureh S P HOK 1 U M Rico pronounced ifr the net irelcd on of Die Marie and will retnrii fiood thlnw le has The eul eye Mlcs mcr men do should be interred with his single to its trustees chandismg during Mr Paxtons ab Tney expect in be back in Emporia by September 1 MoloriitM Pay Iji had a l court Saturday i Eliveno HaiRht ench St run nine a red llvit R Holme M and K H catii ur overtime k Ut   

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