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Times Recorder, The (Newspaper) - June 12, 1924, Zanesville, Ohio Bridge IS Thursday June The People HUMS Declaration of Principles and Policies Set Forth in Platform Submitted to Convention kin Keeping With Tra the Party and the Demands ot the tional trade commerce and per cent of the debt is now in process ol liquidation THB reaffirm ou belief in the protective tariff to s and to agriculture occupations It -s only adherence to such a policy the well-being the can be safeguarded and tnat e can be assured to American to American labor and Coolidge Nominator in r ii in r i in American manufacturers a of the Joking is the resolutions tional con ican economic level of life for the bow our head peop lac our critical period of the Republican party we share ion ho faith and confidence which he has won family and to prevent to the levels of economic prevailing in other lands it is the history of tho nation the protective tariff justified itself by restoring j promoting and employment increasing our purchases and bringing increased to all our people I tariff our industry works for consumption domestic products by an era- population instead of one to purchase the necessities Without the strict nance of the tariff principle our will need always to com- pete with cheap lands and cheap abroad and with lower e value of the president and president by his the faith and confidence which he has won hat Put the public welfare above personal con- He has given to the people practical his every act he has won without se of the people of the country The j tariff act of 13 1 an tariff act 1922 Elastic Tariff assert our belief In provision adopted by in the tariff act of for a method of tariff rates and the in order to meet changing office and devotion to the needs of the S of this nation strengthens inspires our dent faith in his continued leadership Recount Achievements of Party economic conditions when conditions are brought to Uie attention of the president by complaint or application that the power to any rate of We believe or decrease the return of prosperi firmly advocate the rope will make co-operation opportune and treaties of peace Convention Holds Night Session Adopt Articles of Farth Submitted in Minority Report and Rejected Without Nominate Borah for Vice AND 0 JUNE Borah Idaho and Germany have concluded and si other nations during yours moro than mul international i morning lor the conferees his delegations Hoover in a and iof accord h convention Amort tonight re received during the day Oil L K I I fl CHIC chise and Pom has The message was in 10 one ict name for states as arbitrator presidential nomination me with the helpful o this country a treaty farted for James minimize tuo mile momentum state the j continent and minimize tlu op- for war Our with hive 1 yielded to a most Mutua 1 con- has and for that ami ss which shouki be- lt this government and the So of our tas been have bcon into for iae by ions of tho claims of th each country against the government the tration took control demand for sound tax policy is insistent Pax Reforms reduction i in 1021 were four and a half million r Pi tax reform It should not be -ness to less than four our of this tariff act afford ample lity for tariff duties to be order may cover the actual tU cost of production bonds values Peace stales and the countries ot the o e c- million of believe that the ap pit I J Ul I jj A i the right of the m contribute to s delayed are daily hv Or Marion Leroy Burton Marion Burton nominator ot convention can con- look forward to more and more stable re a-1 on willi tHIs republic that for so many miles our southurn border tlie Needy Dawes continued to be Night Session to Adopt Platform Calvin in the Cleveland in action tcr into political of European politics tho and lugn and commission con- apparent 1 good towards lands opera for Clevelan ot the Perplexing been to U i 1 Mr declared UKw land and to franie ot them o ess aSQ who pay direct taxes of the tariff 7 fl J Vinci and through their living by s which are usually w vorv principles upon which our to the tri war and Congress has in the main to general tariff revision tax reduction relations Republican commerce as rapidly as may and due for the Institutions are founded Today industry and are active public credits peac toward 1 v ened our friendship svith a peace Utne nf taxes ot all nations to prevent war be serve peace As an important step v v dits are sound we have of the tjce we have taken the first with rigid -ard disarmament and to Our tax system on 1 C our relations with the rse plan of are on a firmer call in November aa never better national conference of A definite and consistent ot Uie effective in to which we have put the tax iin this direction we indorse the court of international and favor the adherence of the ted States to this tribunal as by President that the had tes limit Tha cried to them This war America's 1.1 affairs undo the far brou tration of jn lho venerable decided Instead to by reading tnp a now radio formally I league obligations under ha t- of the open door region of the support and camp 0 ths league On this we burdens of the United State of world peace the commerce in the of thn Far adopted tho for trade eat markets the way historic con- to avert the cause which foi and sanity among ot the world Varm Continued un Three of ears tu I have read he And pose as being historian the I should tne convein-iun to adoption I don t posi for a a beitei t rom to tude of the are completed t t Time and adjusting questions of nf ill na f SHU of all between national and ever too short for correction ot an hP ills as a Democratic favor tne the notable appropriate legislation Republican rule partisan federal com- Snt us n to the to make a confidence and report upon the tax Public Economy of the sUtes and federal 1 to sn we jj Residents At Mansfield Good Roads Program millions land rhe convention got down the times there of taxation as between the and state governments to the taxpayer and in the xo with duce the Public by two and half billion dollars Damage by Storm at Estimated at One Million cheering and to the several times more crashes ot clapping as he struck a in the ba Follette outside Minority of One to read tie made public was norro water there havin night storm broke shot before Impression Grows That cess of Movement Ti Assured it Is not thought will MANSFIELD O June the sound Charles 55 ause iber and Joe Bonnar negroes were d lale this afternoon in the East Sixth eir the flood Aged Woman In The Road to shown at Wedn night under the auspices Count drew and aroused much enthusiasm good roads i A of local making tho trip on Good large Wisconsin There were Wisconsin ad the plank the of hoover and was booed the to tiie road problems in county declaring for as the final j 3 down ahead Mellon special cur furnished g will be by plu jn be during I Mrs Christie Freem mother of Edward toler plain clothes u sale 100 in th of Pp him our earnest streets here last night three hours and v hich inches of ram fell breaks in sewer reported to the city police submitted by a surpluses J no of the congress storn has been firmly support id the of p ha reduced more than i the streets Is morning viaducts over railroad i pled this FINANCE AND ad the plank laws by been de- by the All wrist Mrs Half Million In Gems Is The Loot oi YORK June hich to Hoors but snatched hich bore the states gan troni e- to per annum thus tho of the to a ami or ot seven the manufacturing as n To Debts a million dollars FOREIGN and AI wire members of the Broadhurst miles Spins when platform he concluded but the delegates Mr incut unsurpassed attitude has not been that of an Near Cloudbursts At Headwaters Send in L hours plunk in sentence In the law and order and public substitute lead end uni tive a tonan the river the Follette and from the n of tho road H vice c oii ui don during the hour is oC the and tween 8 a m and 0 a m tod j Was the Bcms wi ha aue to of the Hvo every on the truck badly he went along the c stations where a few loyal in H was i chairman came to tne ers are not on strike I bc of the mud Fifteen of of his task after he had Tho walkout of heri desired contained teet little over an hour a Republican president and eluded his on s small children bui late last night had been registered Head Oi Ohio REN Columbus Great Britain That achieved under n was an return with a definite of or of a the Army of j j Thn its annual formally win have today other officers hours to cur out of its banUs lunior in i rl for in the lower pool nnd on formally feet sairt i ye o oc local United For Good Roads vice party caus ThC and I cheered i S further evidence of the ap county good roads program is ma zens the Times Recorder this advertisements in each of winch an a roans program As an tn urges careful consideration not roads boosters because oi real value lo all to the Muskingum all thoughtful nts a double page is made for the road improvement the these advertisements advertisers are good contain trade news C killed last ice among the minority Find Bodies Of Slain Couple Near Creek ditch along i on their report Si Warren the back and were committee stabbed in seriously
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