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Grand Traverse Press (Newspaper) - August 2, 1918, Traverse City, Michigan Grand press entered As Seco incl class matter november 0, 1017, at the Post off Latraverse City volume 3 of March 3, 1879 Ford assailed As pops dupe de Troiter s record As Paci fist flayed by Security league. Candidacy for Senate seen As peril to preparedness by we Jam Herbert Hobbs member executive committee National Security league. Reprint from the Detroit free press of june 23, 1918. The National Security league As a result of unanimous action by its executive committee has undertaken to inquire into the records of candidates for Congress at coming elec Elihu Root honorary the league and a life Tiona. Or. President of Long Republican states with great earnestness i Don t care whether a Man is a Democrat or a Republican or a progressive or a socialist or a prohibitionist or what not he must have a Loyal heart or it is treason to Send him to so far As Michigan is concerned i do not be Lieve that a candidate known to be disloyal would be so rash As to offer himself for political office but there is far More involved than the aues Tion of loyalty. To quote from an announcement by the Security league under Date of june 6th the conduct of the War and in fact the very future of America Are dependent not Only upon tse elec Tion of a War Congress that will enact necessary Laws but upon the pres ence in the National legislature of men of vision ability and Broad experience who Are the. Best qualified of our citizenship to correctly solve the Groat internal and International questions which will come before the next inasmuch As vision and dream Are sometimes synonymous terms 11 is Well to stress the fact that the aim of the Security league is not to put dreamers into office but rather men who can understand the relation be tween cause and effect in the Politi Cal world and have vision discern ment or it what you will. It is the statesman As opposed the Mere politician who possesses this gift and it would be the undoing of the nation to admit any other into its councils in this crisis. I propose to examine the record of Henry Ford since he came into poli tical prominence in doing which i shall make use of events dates and interviewed statements As they appear in the columns of the new York times. It is essential to determine whether his record indicates that he possesses vision in political matters and whether he is in other respects a traverse City Michigan. Friday atk1tist 2, 1018 marching for the first time in nearly years jews Are Able to fight if Fider their own Flag in defense of a land of their own. Diate Steps for a jewish state the British declaration approved by the allies in favor of a National jewish Home in Palestine makes possible laying foundation even while the War is great he brew University planned. Worthy and Safe candidate for the this is a picture of some of the volunteers of the jewish legion marching on .1 Down fifth Avenue new York on their Way to the training Camp in Canada. They Are carrying two. The jewish Flag Blue and White with the six cornered Star of. David in the Center. Make Hills on High a Cedoline will help you do it. One quart of spec Doline treats gals of gasoline and it go As far us gals of Gas. It will do us prove it. No Fiir Bon troubles for Spe Edoline users. Cannot injure the motor. Oot names of satisfied users in traverse City. A. Sleder agent 116 Union Street. United states Senate. It is a time to try men s souls and a Man i Stern Fibre As Well As one of foresight and Wise judgement is what the crisis de mands. In political affairs or. Ford first came into prominence through his bit Ter hostility to the movement for pro i agents of the Kaiser the facts who had by Able to influence Iii favor of nefarious peace no sane Man believes that or. Was other than the dupe of it to Llu Canadian and lorm and entire Jur. Its paring the nation to meet the great surf Ogle in which it is now engaged in september 1915 he contributed the sum of one million dollars to the Campaign which the Kaiser s agents German alien residents German american citizens and misguided Paci fists were conducting in order to de feat preparedness and he for peace propaganda on september Lith it was announce. That j he was to consult concerning his j peace policy Hermann Ridder and j Jeremiah o Leary the former the Edi Tor of the new yorker Staats Zeitung and the latter connected with the american Sian fein movement who has edited an abominably seditious newspaper and who fleeing from jus. Tice under the sedition Law has now been captured. Somewhat later in november 1915 i the influence of Madam sch liner a German agent who seems to have had much to do with planning his notorious peace Argosy. David Lamai confessed upon trial May 16, 19171 that he had sent agents to or. Ford Are mentioned Here with Load of Choice pacifists to Europe with the object by propaganda and through direct Appeal to influence Blu Voidean Chancel lories to Stop the War and get the soldiers out the the feeling to some extent subsided. A vie won november 20, 1915, or. Ford merely to show How easily he with Madam Schwimmer r exploited because of his abnormal penchant for impractical peace schemes. On september 16, 1915, or. Ford was visited by general Nelson a. Miles who somewhat later with aft Miral Blue made Public statements to those generally held by military and naval experts regarding the danger of invasion of the coun try and these statements were Exi pensively made use of for peace propaganda. On september 19th or. Ford came put in to the states loan to the allies and i ported Fruim All the allies Are pledged to a jewish Palestine. All Southern Palestine including the capital is already in Brit ish hands and in that Region the Brit ish government can even now take in hand the realization of the task to which it has committed itself. The economic expansion of Palestine provide an economic basis for military operations in Palestine. Tiie More jewish labor is there the More is produced the More expert assistance is put at the disposal of the military ind civil authorities in Palestine the is the military task of general Allenby. Economic expansion in another Way. As soon As the British army acquired control Over a consider Able fraction of the country the British authorities assumed responsibility for the feeding and maintenance of the i population which Jed Boon rowed to bitter suffering under Turkey. These people must be fed and supported and i the Best Way of doing Bat is not by unlimited Extension of philanthropic Relief work but by preparing the i Otin eve keep Canning tablets Loc a package insure your Canning wait s drug store Tiger Oil cures inn on of the new jewish u0rc div i s and Lii Days later the first peace. _ ship was chartered to convey a ship the indigent. The British military nu-1 is Roubid ibo Boll s. So creating trenches by it was a few Jet of glorified Coxey s or perhaps better Navy. Ijo i december 1, or. Ford had let sent to every senator and rep in Congress requesting to inaugurate a Campaign songs Buturea of battlefields preparedness and munition Muni. Plaints were at the time being with like those made by of in Hocer lives and the nil tiny other a Ratunil support for known to its users. All a spors Diflo rent. 1 Jujj units Sixo germans throughout the Erman propaganda was rampant to action in this respect aroused Greiffe top Tlle and shipment. Resentment in Canada Ana a Thrall of munitions to the allies Germany being made officially to Boycott Tiff continued on Inigo 4 Tho Rivies have shown prompt appreciation of certain aspects of the Situa Tion they have provided the jewish colonists with seed and with the a icons of carrying on production. It is not Only material work which Fin Borlond there. The now Jowiski Palestine will have to justify itself mainly As i moral entity by its emancipation the jewish spirit and by its individual contribution to the sum of civilization. It is Well known that a hebrew school system was created in Palestine before the War. To Lias of course suffered very greatly during the War partly because the War deprived it of Ninny pupils -and1 of Money nil partly because the turks persecuted it for More than a score of years the establishment of a hebrew University has been one of the goals of jewish striving and every jewish element throughout the world with a tingo of Priori s. Sixi1 Sixo Ropis songs resell is to Nils. L15kson. Michigan. Scion Ness Lias sympathized with it. On Tho eve of the War lie project was very near to realization. A site for the University had been found and a scheme drawn up for a real though a modest beginning. It would be difficult to conceive a nobler pledge that the new jewish Palestine could give than to creation in Tho midst of the War of a hebrew univer sity at Jerusalem. It would show whole world that the new Palestine not to be an Al Dorado for Fortune Hunters nor a miniature reproduction of imperialist vulgarities but a spirit Ual Force for Universal jewry and for the whole world. N it s Here go l y i c w today sunday remember this Don t let anybody Tell you ther la never be another birth of a it s Here or. Griffith who also produced the birth of a nation realized that the Public would expect something big from him in this latest picture and out did himself in the Battle scenes yet through All runs a Saveeta simple love Story old us the Ages yet Ever new. Scenes made in the very villages where our boys Are now fighting. It s Here go do. Supreme a Romance of the great War Battle scenes on the Battle Fields of France twice daily one million fighting men Twenty thousand horses Miles of artillery March of legions squadrons of air planes Lillian Poroth Gish fleets of zeppelins destruction of cities the charge of the tanks prices special it sic score interpreted by augmented orchestra matinees 25c, 50c, 75c, and few at nights 25c, 50c, 75c, few at All seats reserved

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