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Republican Presidential Candi
date Gsts Wonderful
Welcome. .' '
TILLS THZM NOT FOB WAR
(Coattaat rna Paso .)
They eemed deeply impressed with
the .candidate's brief resume of the
issues of the campaign and joined In
cheering when Hughes said the Amer
ican flag should mean full protection
to every American citizen abroad.
The first atop of the train on the
Nebraska itinerary was auspicious.
Telegrams were received from towns
not scheduled for stops.
Extra stop will be made at Fair
mont, the borne of State Chairman
New Falls City Club.
In the demonstration at Jails Citv
were 400 members of the newly or
ganized Hughes and Fairbanks club,
under the Inderihio of Rov HcS-
cock. One of the members of this
club is John Herring, democratic
section foreman on the railroad at
Shubert He says railroad laborer
are not enamored of the so-called
Adamson eight-hour : law and they
will vote for Hughes. Another sig
nificant feature of the roster of this
club is the membership of German
farmers, who have been identified with
the democratic oartv
There is marked inclination among
Germans of Richardson county te
auonart Huihes and Fairbanks.
Louis Simmerman, forty-six years
a farmer near fans uty. orougni
three sons to hear Hughes. He said
most of the Germans of the tounty
are for Hushes and for good re'
son. C E- Matson, state organizer
pf the Hughes and rair&inM duos
made a. similar statement '
Victor Rosewater of the advisory
council of the national repunucan
rmamittee Mid National Committee
man Howell joined the train at Falls
City. .?' ,
Great Crowd at Beatrice.
Beatrice, Neb Oct. '.4.-(Special
Telegram.) The Hughes special train
wai received by a large gathering al
the depot Rere. nana ana auiomt
hiln led the narade to Athletic Dsrl
where Mr. Hughes addressed a crowd
that exceeded seating capacity. Pe
ter Jansen introduced the candidate,
't who was given an vatfon by Gage
county citizens. President Cart Son
deregger of the Hughes club led the
Mrs. Hughes Is an Interested st
fendant at all meeting's and is solid.
tout of her husband's welfare, which
is being tsxed by frequent greetings,
conferences and talks. The president
tial candidate's wi.e pushes through
the crowd with her husband ' when
the oartv leaves the train for meet
ings away from the train. Members-)
pf the party .say. she I a wonderful
woman. .v. ..-!,.,. if j ;,.'w
Crewd Gather at Wymore.
While changing engines e Wyi"Pfe
a crowd"gathcied at the depot Sev
eral hundred railroad men went to
Ve had war. It was an ignoble war-
are; it was personal war. it wa
not based on anything that is sane
lonea by international law. . It was i
matter of vindictiveness to destroy
the only semblance of government
lexicx had. -. , . i
"We iiave had no proper Dolicr of
peace in Mexico. I desire to see peace
maintained, nut it win not oe main
tained unless we have it understood
that we do not propose to meddle
with things that no nut ontern us
and, in the text place, thai the just
rights ol our citizens with respect to
their lives and property will be main
Federal Farm Loan
Board Is Out With a
Warning b Farmers
Washington. Oct. M. The Federal
Farm Loan board's warning to farm
ers sgainst swindlers seeking to profit
by organization of land banks has
begun to bring in many reports of
victims, the board recently an
nounced that it would refuse charters
to any banks in whose organization
money had gone for promotion pur
Jacob J. tsiumer, uencnisna, mom.,
wrote the board that an agent of a
romotion concern pretended to have
een employed by the government
got from him a $250 check for ten
shares ot stock and tnat ne later re
ceived notice to pay $750 more. K.
T. Peck, Fishtail, Mont, complained
that agenta of the same concern told
him that to borrow he must become
a shareholder .of the concern. I'eck
paid $25 and obligated himself for
several more payments.
b. A. Aitman ol Lincoln, r.an
wrote he had paid WOO on a similar
t ne board today issued -.nis supple
"farmers who borrow through tne
National Farm Loan associations ire
not required to pay any advance com-
missions. So all oi tnese enterprises
requiring payments from farmers are
declared by the board to be fraudu
lent and the attention of the Depart
ment of Justice has been called to
the matter and an attemp. will be
made to bring the offenders to jus.
HUGHES IS FOR PEACE,
(Coatlaate From One.)
portant thing for the purpose of
safeguarding the peace of the land is
correct policies. That is important
In this hemisphere; that is particu
larly important in latin-America.
That was very important in Mexico, i tariff is concerned, they are without
ply as wisely, as intelligently, as we
know how the doctrine of protection
of American enterprise and interests.
We have had some suggestion on the
other side of an appreciation of this
"They have not been very difmite
about it, .they have not told us ex
actly what they stand for. If they
do not stand for more tariff for rev
enue only, they do not stand for any
thing at all. so far as I know, in con
nection with the tariff. If they are
not for that principle, so tar as tne
IMII 1 1 M I I I I
Instead of having a policy of peace j principle, because they certainly have
based upon- a correct attitude with
regard to that unfortunate country,
our administration, this present ad
ministration, entered into a policy of
officious intermeddling with matters
which did not concern it, and em
broiled this country in actual war.
That is the real fact of the case."
Mr. Hughes reviewed the admin
istration's policy with respect to
Huerta. - . ;
"I stand here to say, and I chal
lenge contradiction, that that threat
to make war uoon that individual
and to use whatever force was ade
quate to put him out of the govern
ment, which, whether we recognized
it or not, -others had recognized, was
utterly indefensible in law or in
morals." Mr. Hughes declared.
Reverting to the tariff, he said:
"We must equip ourselves to take
care of our own vital interests. We
can't do that unless we faithfully ap-
Sent to Prison for
Trading with Enemy
Paris, Oct. 14. William Chestet
Silbermann, New York, has been sen
tenced bv -the correctional court te
five years in prison and 500 franes
line on a cnargt oi iraoing who ui
Silbermann. according to the prose
cution, came to Paris armed with
papers describing him as the rtpre
sentative of the Knight Rubber com
ngth of these papers
he obtained several important orders
pany. On the strem
He waa finally denounced bv a Ser
bian who had known him. in New
York and who said he was acting foi
Gottwilc Seheffef & Co.. J09 Broad
way, New York, a firm with German
not declared their iaith in any other
Not for Special Privileges.
"They have, however, told us that
they will give us a tariff commission.
I sincerely believe that we should
have every possible aid to an under
standing of the facts affecting these
problems. I do not believe in going
it blind. I have not come to this
.!- nf nmtiriarv. Ira vim the career
of which I spoke, for the purpose of
parceling out special privileges at me
expense of the public welfare to any
class or to any group.
"I want to see this difficult and
important matter attended to with
the utmost care and fairness.. It can
be done if we get the facts that apply
to each situation; and I believe In
a tariff commission, but it is perfectly
idle for anybody to talk to the Ameri
can public as if a tariff commission
were a solution of tariff difficulties.
Tariff commissions don't legislate."
Tkj faslve Gnler eTfte KddleWeff -
A Wonderful Comprehensive Changing
Panorama of the Newest Fashion Offers
the trsMeMhMf. and Mta. Hughes
appeared en the piattorm, en us
about the Adamson bill, shouted
man. whereino Mr. Hughes repli
' by statins) thiMbe' Adamson hill was
a sham and a pretense and that tne
men had been handed," told brick."
Introducing Mr. Hughes to I treat
fathering in Athletic park, Beatriee,
eter Jansen said. "He is a man who
would be absolutely untrammeled in
office."- ' , - -
To fieet to Consider
The Eight-Hour Law
This Introduction was received with
wild applause, . ' ) '
The Beatrice gathering approved
the candidate' expression that this
country must, have a protective tariff
to meet the exigencies of the world,
keen and anxious to invade our mar
kets after the war. Another outburii
Ol applause followed the statement
that the administration indulged in
offieious meddling in Mexican affairs
Prolonged applause followed thi
statement - '
"You ask me what I would do in
MtxKo. do not mow. I do
know whet kind of mess there will
be next March. Correct policies spell
peace. ; . , . :
' Falls City. Neb, Oct I4.-Charles
, I Hughes today opened bis cam'
Baie-n in Nebraska from the rear plat'
form of his car to a crowd of farm
ers al the station here. The nominee
outlined his , licy of a protective tar
iff. asserted that the present prosper
ity of the country was due to the
"stimulus of the European war," and
that .hen the war eeased there would
be a greet deal ot labor disappoints
' in this country. .
Mr. Hughes assailed the admmis
1 ttration for its Mexican policy. He d
clared that extension abroad ot
American trade would not be accom
pliahed unless American rights were
. Protection tor flag.
"V must remember Mr. Hughes
laid, 'that it is perfectly idle to ask
American merchants, American engi
neers, American traders, the boys who
' go forth in the various opportunities
that are afforded in connection with
branch houses abroad; it is perfectly
idle to ask them to go forward in the
interest of American enterprise if the
American flag does not mean full pro
tection to every citizen lawfully en
: gaged, wherever he is.
"We cannot have an extension of
our foreign trade Unless we have a
. - recognition of the dignity of our citi,
I aenship and are prepared to maintain
i our own rights. Now, I am a man of
i peace..., ." ... . ..
, Mexican, an Ignoble Wat.
' "Nothing to me is more extraordi
nary than the claim of this adminis
. "tration that it has kept us out of war.
i. Only inexcusable blundering coulu
have gotten us into, war,
"We did not have peace in. Mexico.
Oct, 14,-Jfcebs ol
Oenve v Colo,
meeting 'the1 requirement ' of the
Adamson leiaht-hour law are to be
considered, at a meeting of the Anier i
wan Railway t-sociatlon : here No
vember 17, according to announce
Local railroad officials received
word today (ha. a number of execu
'.ives an l n f .agers who participated
'.i the recent conference .with Pres-
dent Wibon and representatives ol
the railroad brotherhoods preceding
the enactment of the Adamson bill
would be here. Proposed method
it meeting the extra expenses and its
.listribution are expected to be an
nounced at that time. . ,
Observe Columbus Day. '
Greeley. Neb.. Oct. 14. (SoeeiaU
Bishop O'Connor council, Knights
of twOiumbua, obsrved lontmbus day
1th a line program at the opera
house. Judge J. K. Manna gave an
address on "Columbus and Early
American History. Mr. Haverstroh
of Grand Island, and Miss Florence
Harrahill of Greeley rendered vocal
solos, and Paul Bartunek of Wolbach,
a violin selection.
' ' Stack Show at Steel City.
Steele City. Neb.. Oct 14. (Spe
cial.) The first annual stock show
snd carnival, will be held in Steele
City, October 19 to ?1. An excellent
nronram of soecial attractions has
been secured. Governor Moorehcad
sneaks October 21, and State Super
intendent of Schools Thomas speaks
Uctober U.. v ' .
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