The commoner. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-1923, August 14, 1908, Page 15, Image 15
t-'i m Q "imifr AUGUST 14, 190S The Commoner, of fkccuracy 5fie. niampkJla Tools dm ' w ! urn i.ir i M ! art ,fwi I k ' vw lyTaujcw-w Brr: m - - g. -L-J ' ""J "'" '" - -- . -- '- - - William B. McKinley of Illinois has succeeded James S. Sherman as chairman of the republican congres sional committee. Charles G. Dawes; former .comptroller of the currency, will be treasurer. nine members and the speakers' com mittee is composed of twenty-seven members. Announcement was also made by Chairman Mack that Sena tor Charles A. Culberson of Texas had been appointed to eucceed David R. Francis of Missouri as chairman Announcement was made by Frank lot the advisory committee. In mak- H. Hitchcock of the rep.uhlican na-jing known the change, Mr. Mack tional committee that the following will "constitute the executive, commit tee: Charles F. Brookor, Connecti cut; T.. Coleman, Dupont, Delaware; William B. Borah, Idaho; Frank O. Lowden, Illinois.;. Charles Nagej, Mis souri; Victor Rosowater, Nebraska; William 1. Ward, New Tork; Ed ward C. Duncan, North Carolina; Boies Penrose, Pennsylvania. Chair man Hitchcock decided to adopt the plan of having the executive com mittee made up solely from the memhership of the national committee. Bronson Howard, the playwright, died at the Avon Inn, Avon. Judge Alton B. Parker addressed the democrats of Los Angeles, Aug ust 4. A Los Angeles dispatch quotes Judge Parker as saying: "The democratic party must win It has the winning cause, the winning plat form -and the winning man. It pre sents to the enemy a united front. I am certain of this, wo are entering on a very brisk and lively campaign, the brisklest and liveliest the coun try has seen in years. The demo crats are alive and very much alive. Their position is defined with great clearness and excellence in the plat form of the national convention. I hope every democrat has committed that platform to heart, and if we can persuade the republican voters to read it well, they won't remain re publican voters. The republican platform Is a thing of Bhreds and patches. It is a col bled work and fllmsily cobbled at that." A Buffalo, New York, dispatch follows: "Chairman Norman B. Mack of the democratic committee announced tonight before his de parture for Chicago the appointment of a finance committee for the demo cratic campaign, with Moses C. Wet more of St. Louis as chairman and John E. Osborne of Wyoming as vice chairman, and a speakers' com mittee, with John H. Atwood of Kan sas as chairman and Champ Clark of Missouri as vjce chairman. The finance committee is made of twenty- Nervous Disorders include all affections of the brain, spinal cord and nerves: they embrace head troubles, such as Dizziness, Dull ness, Headache, Fits, Blues, Melancholy and Insanity. Also, Backache, Neuralgia, St. Vitus Dance, Epilepsy, and all disorders aris ing from a weakness of the nerves of any organ or part, as "Weak Lungs, Heart, Stomach, Kidney, Bladder,' etc. The nerves furnish energy that keeps in motion every organ of the body. If you have any of these ailments, your nerves are affected, and you need Dr. Miles Restorative Nervine because it reconstructs worn out nerve tissue, is a refreshing, revitalizing, tonic food-medicine, prepared especial ly to rebuild the worn-out nerves. "My son when 17 yearsold had epi lepsy; could not attend school. Fol lowing the failure of physicians to euro him, we gave Dr. Miles' Nervine, and Nerve and Liver Pills. In ten months he regained perfect health." J. S. WILSON, Dept. Co. Cleric, Dallas Co., Mo. Tho first bottle will benefit, if not, the druggist will return your money. said:: 'Former Goyernor Francis' acceptance or a. place on the commit tee was assured; I ,did .not anticipate : that he contemplated a stay of any great length abroad, and. wired him. He wires that he wUl be away so much of the. campaign that he ought not to bo chairman, but would be. pleased to be a member of the com mittee. Senator Culberson was asked to accept the chairmanship; and has done fid.' William J. Con nors, chairman of the democratic state committee, today called a meet ing of the 'state committee, to meet in, New York. City on August 14, name the time and place of the dem ocratic state convention. The com mittees appointed today by Chair man Mack are as follows; Finance committee: Moses C. Wetmore, chair man, Missouri; John E. Osborne, vice chairman, Wyoming; C. N. Haskell, treasurer, Oklahoma; W. A. Clarke, Montana; Thomas L. Johnson, Ohio; Lewis Nixon, New York; Alva Ad ams, Colorado; D. J. Campau, Mich igan; Francis G. Newlands, Nevada; Willard Saulsbury, Delaware; Alex ander Troup, Connecticut; Richard F. Pettigrew, South Dakota; George Turner, Washington; Martin H. Glynn, New. York; Ellison Tucker, Arkansas; M. A. Mills, Oregon; Mel bert B. Cary, Connecticut; George Fred Williams, Massachusetts; Jo siah Marvel, Delaware; W. S. Jen nings, Florida; W. R. O'Brien, In diana; M. T. Dunlap, Illinois; E. C. Wall, Wisconsin; Isaac Reese, Ten nessee; J. Taylor Ellyson, Virginia; Thomas R. Brown, Vermont; W. E. Chilton, West Virginia; Blair Lee, Maryland, and Eugene E. Reed, Now Hampshire. Tho speakers' commit tee is as follows: John H. Atwood, chairman, Kansas; Champ Clark, vice chairman, Missouri; C. A. Towne, New York; R. B. Glenn, North Carolina; B. R. Tillman, South Carolina; R. E. Lee, Mountcastle, Tenn.; John J. Lentz, Ohio; Augus tus Thomas, New York; T. H. Alex ander, Colorado; Jeremiah Black, Pennsylvania; Henry Warrum, In diana; T. T. Hudson, Minnesota'; W. H. Dunphy, Washington; W. B. Haldeman, Kentucky; Thomas H. Dowd, New York; Guy B. Tucker, Arkansas; T. A. Jennings, Florida; S. P. Donnelly, Idaho; Et L. Jones, Maryland; John W. Coughlin, Massa chusetts; J. Bruce Kramer, Montana; John Sunderland, Nevada; William Collins, North Dakota; W. T. Brady, Oklahoma; M. A. Miller, Oregon; Frank K. Nebeker Utah, and J. E. Burke, Vermont. The chairmen of tho two committees will probably make their headquarters in Chicago." fi7ygMjL UAKAAMlHil Tools for the workshop, farm or home must bo tools of nccuraer. A Plane, for instance, to smooth a board properly must kavc a keen blade, carefully adjusted ita surface must be true anil it rat fit the hand. mm Kwm Toots and Cutlery are tools of accuracy. IJvery ounce of weight, erery Hue, rrery handle, crry blade la carefully adjusted, bnlnnccdaud.teited.iefocc leaving lite factory. The trademark. oh ach guarantees It to be satisfactory or money refunded. 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