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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 6, 1916)
THE BEE: OMAHA. MONDAY. ' NOVEMBER" 6. 1916
WI Elect Hiighes.
u A CROSS the road we are to travel
XjXthis next four years, even though
we start right and move with
prudence and courage, serious
hazards are thrown like the breaks in
a roadway made by a torrential rain.
These all rise out of the war torrent
which has overwhelmed Europe."
WHEN this war began over a million American working men
, T were seeking vainly for employment. When the war ends
and the developed energies of a new Europe are thrown into com
mercial productionrour nation will face a competition such as it
"rNE of two things must happen either . , ,
: . ' " V- millions of men will be seeking work in :
vain or else there must be thought out in. .
, v advance the problem of commercial organi-f
, v " zatipn as France and England and Germany
x areseeking tothink out the problem today'
"TP VERY one of these nations is preparing
. ' -M to defend its own market by a pro'tec
tive tariff." s
"TF WE are to save our, laboring men from
L a catastrophe we must plan a tariff
protection along sound, just and economic
lines. To this endeavor I pledge myself and
the men who are to be my colleagues."
Mr. Hughes Never Broke
and the Protective Tariff
Republican National Publicity CammittM.
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