Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, November 06, 1916, Image 11

Below is the OCR text representation for this newspapers page. It is also available as plain text as well as XML.

True Americanism
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
never knew."
"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
a Promise
for Hughes
and the Protective Tariff
Republican National Publicity CammittM.