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BVENINO LEDOER-PHIIADEIiPHIA, THURSDAY. S1JMEMBEB 2, lDlS:
PROCEEDINGS OF THE REPUBLICAN CITY COMMITTEE ON MAYORALTY THIS AFTERNOON
Mr ENDS BRUMBAUGH
CmMnai il rrm rate Oim
tfcmrt, hd( I may add that there could
-a. " w"ii no vuen Knowicnite on ma pnn
(3; woco t did not decide whether or not I
- MmM enter th content until within the
f - Jm M hour. No onn knew whet my In-
liaaiuiui wertnoj c the membera of
.Milui fMwIh II Vare. at the matins,
' wWiH the Itiui of contract! Into the
"WHMljnl. tie decried tlio Idea that the
trrahliatlon Itailera want a Maor wham
fM. iKtr" en control brcMis of the enormous
, vvnuuiu uni arr 10 mi 101 gurm( ine
ii iei nainim?irauon incmentnii), ne
i (. .. t.tK.i .. ..kit. -.. ...
iht havo been made ilurlnn the Matiken
Iwg admln'strttlon, by antertlnR that
ha lw rerelrcd more contracts during
. .ttM prtwnt administration than ever be-
; MOVES Hf N OFF SMOOTH LT
' Kirthluir went tliroUnli smoothly,
tin! the crowd treenl wna almost annul
Jnous In remarking "n the mnti) cWdcncra
I tho n-irefully-stuKed rehearsal.
The Vare nnU McNIchol oRlcclioldtra,
almost without exception, packed the
I'oniressman Vare wss the only can
dldato ho appeared nt the meetlnir.
Smith remained In his office In the Lin
coln Ilulldliiir waiting for word that th
rartaln ha J been runs down on the stnsr
The crowd applauded Just at the proper
time, nnd smiled Just nt the proper time.
It atted da ttioujli Its nets had betn tare
The VHres kept the cioml In the room
and a small crowd that had nssemlled on
the atieet, na though awaiting election
returns, waiting for half n hour biforo
the meeting could bo opened,
Wnn Senator Edwin II Vn.ro arrived,
idiortly before 2 o'clock, accompanied by
Btlect Councilman William H. Pinky, he
took a sent behind Lane, where the other
Qnranlrutlon lenders were xltilnir. Tin.
Iiicludtil Senator McNIchol, hcimtor n
Fnlton, David Martin, HcKlster of Wills
Jumts U. fihcclnn, ConirCMiiinn Peter i;.
ro'tOlo. Senator . W. Smith, Coroner
Mllllam It Knight. Harry C. Itanalcy.
Harry Mnrke) and County Commissioner
nuutu t .Moor.
Chairman Iine then cao out lt.
rr Mclio had received from Frederick Hover.
n which Ueer apreed to withdraw In the
Interest of "harmony."
MiNlCItrn. AND VAItU POSK.
While they wertf waiting for Consrcss
man Vure to arritr, tienatoia McNIchol
and Varo posed, with I.ane uml David
Martin, for a plntosmpli The photogra
pher's flashlight Would not work, mid
"The pew machine would not work."
He, stntled at Davo" I-nnc.
Lane turned to .MNlchnl nnd said;
"It uur machine that l working to
tter." Congressman Vare was nnnliinii wi,n
ho arrived nt 2 o'clock. He was nttlred
In his pest cnngresulniial null. The meet
IHK was started immedlatlry nfter Vnre's
Conyressmin Costello cnlled the meetlns
to order, nnd Upon tlio motion of Sen
ator Varo. Martin was chosen tempor
ary chairman. Lane'a call for the meet
Inr was then read
I.arte. tolling of the efforts of the
party lenders to reach hnrmon, sold
thftt repeated conferences had been
without conclusion unlrss Vare with
drew, He remarked thnt Vnre hold the
kqy to the situation nnd that If Im re
mained R cnndldpta ho certnluly would
iiuniiiiuicu, anu, no neilevpi), elected.
Lan Bald tho only compensation Iih
. " offer' Vatc for this sacrinio would
twine innnna or Kratetui party and tho
jmPlffrtSan ejantnlned In tho thouslirthnt
'the Church '
rh r, I,w,l " " "cert or
. UANE'K SPKECH.
"When political education helps us to
Ulscover our own powers and our own
limitations. It will fulnl IIh real function
hert It teaches us nut mpr.iv n Lnn..I
thlMKs, but to know ournelves; not merely.
... .viuing, uui iw compel ourselves to
do things, then w'e mUlit consider our
ehro politically educuttd.
"It pometimes. happena that those wltn
(tood mtitlvea. but limited understanding.
arc Impatient at the slow progress madq
by the' tollers, and clamor for prompt
fcctlpn IH the direction of a candidate or
on sonw partly accepted principle, mid
harm, instra.il of Rood, results.
"One drop of practicality Is worth the
Wott splendid scheme of the reformers
"Wo miMt make our political t.xperl
enco a potent factor for development. In
stead fit n. Conventional vepeer. Polit
ical rfform parties engage In a verltnbla
ikBuuch of scandal-munserlni; and per
sokMl vituperation until they realize thnt
poWtlcal problems can only be adjusted
hi1 calm, careful and unbiased Inquiry.
It may be that liolitlcnl orfanlztlm
,re too conservative, but they ure per
petually preoccupied with ih i,..m,..
dtVelopment of the whole nation mid
rivlp to curb the centrlfuiral militancy
of tho theorists.
'U have colled jou joactlier. itrst, b
eWe you are the major representatives
of tho Republican Orcanlzailon; n..H -.
i . that In tho multitude of councillors
r thfi,a wlrtOml, and third, to present a
tt coming Mayoralty
"We want to nvold the conditions of
few yearn so, when our defeat was due
w .rpsed factional aentlment, nhlch our
wKment """"" "B "roused public
i'.T'"','i hav e"'Pled the phrase. 'A
city reclaimed,' when in reality. It . t
elty defamed b a Pharisaical, extrava
".nt,.an rntful administration, pharl-
T , ' uo lny are constantly pro
clalmjnr their virtues from the housetops,
extravagant, because the have spent V.l
?-!.T:T m0T' ihM the,r P-"lect..ors. with
iWl construction to show for It. and
tesenwui, necause they dlscharstd 4M)
mployea whose onlv onen u. i. .....
to their party -w
, "The large exctndltures lnrn. i...
tK previous administration was charged
by our reform crltlca to dlhnn.. ...J
raft, We are more charitable we
eh urge th nresent admlni(rUin .. i.i.
imncuinaclty Our opponents ore ulrendv
lwormng. and a letter has been Issued
ilMrtlne to be Issued from the Maor,
IH:. " ,nl! u " olnclal iapr It Is
S"HfS- If U Is simulated paper It Is
''asTaisnd'nsr and ntr.,ihr..i ' l '
liiih?,B!,r. ' n,ot "'ly' asked of tbt
IMBSMcfll urnrfr 1.,. ... . i.. .
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le .?'. woin end communications
iv-ww are. no qoubt, familiar to
m aiu supplemented by a let
OQviirnor Urumbaugh They
HMBest On Ih nrainln.. l
' OfW'wn victory, and JW.COv
wt' tb mat enrect.
Sua COOUderH !.. ii .
-i -- ky use or
?VJ2 .u. j lo 8e? wtond, as to
T..","' & tnttlllgencs and
V. kiasH ana poHtlcal ..
M aw of alL the ouiifl.i(nn.
tSU l.f"fr "II cowWctlng Inter.
hV reached In end of ,,-
isrtZtiaR,ny concluM. unless
rm oandldata prrsent withdraws-
I", Jw Iwy to the situation. If
canaraaie ne will certainly
tad. nnd I tinv. ,ii, .'
bat I ask him in ri,. .1, ' j,
tf ,Hf-a cr flee and withdraw for
y - awV(. ,iu 1 sk sun In the
fi,"to. Bd for the personal
,ift-n yaara of iiniv. iu.ii.!
aria line, ana with the protwblUy
Mr . ''!'. participating in anoih.r
Mi lulitt t I ask tluit mv .-LruJn,
" 1 v. (toudd by a Irol.rnJ
r u Mj, ,a. WtllUaaM V..
party ami the Inspiration of the thought
that 'The blood of the. martyrs Is the
aeed of the church '
David Martin then presented I ongrcss
"I gare this matter my most careful
consideration all last night," said Con
Kressman Vare, "and have finally come
to a conclusion." Ho then read his
sptoch. which had been oirefull) pre
Imred In advance
"After careful and conscientious re
flection, 1 lmc concluded not to be a
cnndldate for the office of Maor of
"If t consulted my personal wishes
alone t would enter the contest T have
ntwnys been ambitions to b Major of
our great clt), but 1 have n higher am
bition, and thnt la to serve tho people.
"It Is my conclusion that I can eerve
Philadelphia best by remaining, nt this
critical tlmo In the nation's history, at
my present pqst In Washington
"I have co sldcred the lnteret of the
cltv, the peopl" and the republican party,
and I bellevn that at present 1 can servo
them best I y continuing the Important
work to which I have Riven my best
efforts for the past three years to con
tinue that work for four years longer.
WAIt DnAOQED IN
"In no opinion, with tho greatest war
In history In projres, this Is the time for
all patriotic citizens to consider how
Ihcy can best serve their city. State and
"If whs Inevitable that the war should
have Inflicted n tnnvndous shock iiKn
buslnc1 ami financial conditions If It
had not been for "wir order" the hard
ships and suffering which have been
caused by the free ttade tariff Ian would
have been multiplied Tieal business and
financial disaster would havo settled over
"The protective tariff. If restored
throughout tho nation now, would at
least do nwny with the deficit In the"
Treasury, while encouraging capital to
Invest In new Industries. I3ut let the war
end and the restoration of protection will
become essential to the very commercial
life of the nation Tho war orders then
will cease nnd America will face n flood
of products from nhroad, Kuronenn na
tions making nn effort to regain their
"There uir llirio great problems before
tho nation today, atl of these being de
pendent upon the action of Consres nnd
the Picbldent The Unit Is the iie.C(islt
for military defence, tho second is the
necessity of providing money to tun the
Government, and tho thlid and most Im
portant Is the restoration nf the pro
tective tnrltf nnd permanent proipcilty
The Republican party is the only safe
in runs for tho solution of these problems
"I huve outlined this national situation,
not merely because as a member of the
Appmprliitlona Committee of the Ilouxe
at Washington 1 ani In direct touch with
these problems, not solely becnuxe these
national considerations have led ma to
tho conclusion that the best service I
can render nt this time Is In Washington.
There Is a more Important consideration
than an of these. It concerns the part
that Philadelphia and Pennsylvania must
pl.vj In tho next national elcitlon
CITY'S DUTY TO NATION
"I have ald that Philadelphia owes a
duty- to the nation Jt Is a duty that is
higher even than the sending of protec
tionists to cast their votcn In Congresa
"It Is the duty Incumbent upon Phila
delphia to show the nation that this clti.
vvhoe Industrie and working people havo
benefited so greatly from the protective .
tin riff. Is In favor of restoration of that
tariff hnrt und roul.
"Pour j ears ago the Republican party
In Philadelphia was divided. The result
Nvns not merely thi loss of the city to
the partj, but the loss of tho Stato of
Pennsylvania, and. In eequeiice. the Ions
of the nation Itself, with the consequence
of free trade and Us hardships upon mo
Plovers and cmplojca throughout the
country, and especlallj upon Philadel
phia, the largest manufacturing citj In
"1 bellevo the pollcj of protection. In
volving as It does the prosperity of cverj
tmllvlduil, l the most Important of the
three great Issues beforo tho country to
du. "Asuranccs which I have received from
jou und many others, as well as numer
ous organizations, nssurunces fiom the
representatives of the worklngmen ami
business men. from all classes nnd nil
Kectlous nf the city, together with tho
Hi mm niiuwicii or political COlllllUOllH
nnd tlio feeling of the political worker',
removed nil doubt from my mind that 1
could be nominated nnd elected Mayor
"I am aware, however, that any strife
within the pitt) at this time would Im
pair the full voting strength of the Re
publican part-. I do not think any per
son with the slightest knowledge of po
litical conditions will refuse to concede
that I could win the nomination and elec
tion. My sole thought is whether the
party Itself might not be Injured by sucli
"My desire Is that the Republican i'arty
should not merely be victorious In Phil
adelphia this jcar, but that the majority
should be so great as to servo as notice
to the whole nation that Phlladelohin hm
taken the leadership In the movement for
iuien me leaaersiilp in the movement for
Republican majorities which Insures per- J
IS THE DAY TO
Don't fail to do so, or you
cannot Vojte at the Party
Primaries on September 21st
Registrars sit from 7 to 10 A. M., 4 to 10 P. M.
Your Vote Is Needed to Help
Elect Good Candidates
D't Ft-Brlag W Pol! Tax Receipt er By One at
tk FoJHRg Place.
For sowpJeU tefer-MtJon ?ardlng
EDWAKDX. D. 0ACK, Secretary Cwnmlte f m
mancnt proAperltythe movement that
means profits to the Industries of the
countrv, but more Important than this,
happiness ami good wages for tho Amer
"t want to see Phltidelphla progress
t want to see the great Improvements
that are contemplated go forward and
not be held bnck by dffTerencoB of any
kind. In deciding this matter I have
comildoed the phases affecting the city's
Intcreet-the Interest of the people and
the Republican party
"I do not think It should be neces
Biry for me to refer to mv work In
Congress In behalf nf Philadelphia. T
have done that woi k earnestly and to
the full oxtetit of my nblllty nnd have
accomplished some results. T have neg
lected no opportunltr to advance the
cause of tho oltv. Its business enter
prises and the welfare and prosperity
of Its working people
HND TOWARD WHICH TO WOFlK
"The experience I havo already gained
In Congresi will enable me to do better
work, and my position on the Appropri
ations Committee, which piobibly would
ho ton to Philadelphia were I to retire,
surd) will be of more and more Import
ance nnd usefulness to tho city as time
"In four years, bj m renewed efforts
In Washington, I will earnestly try to
convince even those who arenot now
supporting me that I am worth) of their
support A united Republican part and
a united city Is the end toward which
ill of us should work.
"Having reached this decision. I will
go back to Washington con'clous of hiv
ing done m share toward tho success of
the Republican paitv, toward the restora
tion of the tariff, with Pennsilvanla lead
ing the wa) toward complete Repumllcan I
unity nno icior. mm rnuru m min
former positions of thos-c who were
efficient among the WO emplojes. die-
missed b.v the present cltv ndmmistratlon
for no other reason than their loallty to
the Republican party.
"With tho prosperity of our countrj.
the election of a Republican President
and n Republican Congress, nnd the res
toration of the protective tariff law at
stake, I am not willing to enter a contest
that ma In the slightest degree Inter
fere with a record-breaking majorltv for
the Republican ticket In Philadelphia In
November of this jear a majorltv that
will be the forerunner of a Republican
victory In the State and nation next ear.
"In making this decision, I want to
thank ou and all other citizens and nu
merous committees of woiktngmen and
business men for their expression of good
will nnd confidence they have reposed In ,
me In offering me their support i
PLEDGES SUPPORT-TO SMITH
"I have given due heed to jour Judg
ment In declining to enter this contest. I
am pleased to pledge my support to
Thomas 0 Smith, whom I esteem ns a
friend and who, I am sure, will In tho of
fice of Major place our cltj In the posi
tion among the great municipalities of
this country to which her citizenship Is
entitled In the present contest he was
one of the first to offer me his support
In the event of my becoming a candidato
for Mu j or ,
CI.UAN VIUU TOR BRUMBAUGH.
"In this connection I wish to say that
some of the newspapers, overlooking the
dictation of the present Major of his own
Mictcssor. have asberted that Governor
Rrumbaugh knew of gome agreement
whtreby Mr. t'mltii was to bo made tho
mayoralty nominee at the time he was
appointed to tho Public Service Commis
sion "To all w ho know the Governor and have
'?' " 1"?' ' r"?, .J'??." " ?,
huve been no such knowledge on his part
slnco I did not decide whether or not I
would enter the contet til within the
past 21 ..hours. No mu sw what my
Inttntlbns wore not cv- members of
my own familv."
Thlr letter was sent Smith by Lane:
"At the meeting of the Republican City
Committee lodaj, nttended by many other
lepreseutntlve Republicans, jou were
agreed upon an the candidate for the of
fice of Mnvor. to be recommended to the
Republican voters at the primaries and
general elections This recommendation
wos unanimous, nnd Is an tuniUHlltled in
dorsement of jour ntness for the office,
and the belief that If elected jou will
pei form Its duties with great benefit to
the city nnd with honor to yourself. I
beg to add my perioiia pleasure In your
selection, and best vlslic3 for jour suc
Immediately after Congressman Varo
took ids seat, Harry Mackey offered the
resolution Indorsing Thomas B hmlth as
the Republican Organization candidate.
The resolution, which was adopted with
out dissent, extolled tho "high fcense of
honor" which had led Congressman Vate
to wlthdrnw nnd declared that the best
Intercsta of Philadelphia would be served
by harmony and the candidacy of Smith.
Lane moved that the thanks of the Or
ganization men assembled at the meet
ing be extended to Congressman Vare for
withdrawing McNIchol seconded the mo
tlon. and, of course. It carried
Senator Vare was thbn called on Ho
decried the Ideu that the Organization
leadcra want to control the next Mayor
ueuue oi me contracts mat are to be
let during tlnrnoxt four jears
"I Just want to say a word to the news
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THOMAS B. SMITH
Congressman Varo today with
drew ns n Mayoralty candidato in
favor of Smith and harmony
pipers." he said "The newspapers dur
ing the last live jenM have been harping
every day that the Republican leaders.
Including tmself. of course, want to place
their own Mavor In City Hall and control i
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me IICAl Ilillllllliaim.liJIi ill I'liin ill HVl
"I want to answer that In thin wav 1
neer did more business than I have done
und.er Major Blankonburg t could not
have gotten more contracts under a
fr'endly Mayor "
Ho also was applauded
McNIchol then moved thnt Lane be ex
tended the thanks of the Organization
for hi "untiring efforts to bring about
what hai taken place here todav " The
Maekcv piesented a letter addressed to
Smith Informing the Public Service Com
missioner thnt h had been iinanlmrnitlv
Indorsed bj the Organization Attn It
bad bci'n sent the meeting adjourned
Cengresiiinii Varo went direct!) from
the meeting to the otllco of the County
Commlsrlonera and theie he signed hlx
withdrawal papers The farce war ended
to the principles of the Republican party
Mr Smith Immedlutelj after t'u meet
ing sent n lettci to I.ane, cxpiessing his
appreciation of the "magnanlmlt1" of
Congressman Vare. and telling I.ane how
the "haimony" agieement on him was
"as unexpected a It was unsought ' His
"Mj Dear Mr Lane
"I beg to acknowledge receipt of jour
communication. Informing mo of the pro-
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Tl 1 urn
oAwarded the GRAND PRIZE
BY THE PANAMA-PACIFIC INTERNATIONAL
EXPOSITION AT SAN FRANCISCO
Was conferred upon White Trucks
by the Superior Jury of Award, as
officially announced by the. Secretary of
the Jury under date of August Second.
This is the ONLY GRAND PRIZE
received by any motor truck at the
This decision of the Superior Jury
of Award reflects the opinion of the
largest users of motor trucks through'
out the world and is in accordance
with the actual service results of
REGARDING OTHER OAIMS
SlT:H.0f Superior Juty b - natter or&txtffotf
awards. Hence any announcements of nth -,-.,... ? . igpoiraoa
THE WHITE COMPANY
216-220 North Broad Street
Largtst Manvfactwrcrs of Commercial Motor VdUXit in Awtrt
.mjihh nt ii meellnr of the Republl
can t Ity Committee Bnd other representa
tive Republicans, and nm deeply grateful
for the confidence expressed by the r
unanimity In my support for the nomi
nation and election to the office of Mayor.
As you well said In jour if cent pub
tlshed letter to Congressman Vare, the
mayoralty of Philadelphia Is an honor
worthy tho ambition of any one. and, ir
I am elected. I will Hive to the Poplo
the best thnt Is In me. and will ever
strive to merit their confidence nnd fulllll
their expectations to the end, that Upon
the completion of my service the oltv
will have made the progress nnd achieved
the remits which wo nil have so long
hoped for. but which have not been ac
I am especially appreciative because
the favor of my fellow citizens toward
nttalnment of that olllce la na unexpected
ns It has been unsought The magrion-
Imltj of those who nave aspirra iu u
ofllcc nnd who have withdrawn In my
fnvnr. esneclallv my filend. Congressman
Vare. bepseaks for that harmony among
ourselves for which jou nnd nil other
good Republicans deMrc, and makes
certain our success at the polls.
I offer niJHclf as the candidate of tho
whole part, and If elected will be the
Major of nil the people
"THOMAS R SMITH '
WHOM: CITY INDIGNANT
Indignation that Is menacing the Or
ganization aa never before Is spreading
through tho ranks of the Vare followers
todaj-, vvho are almost In open revolt.
Coupled with It Is the disgust of the rHiik
and file of tho Penroe-McNlchol workers,
who are thieatenlng to knife" Smith
"We had been told all along that the
lenders would put up tho highest tjpe of
man as tho candidate, so that the Organi
zation could sweep the city," said one dis
gruntled Organization division leader who
was u member of a disconsolate group on
the Rlalto this morning "Then they pull
off this deal on Smith," he added.
IN OUR DELIGHTFULLY
COOL DININQ 6ALON
AT LUNCH COUNTER
1024-26 Chestnut St
V(2S t isrf
THE ONLY GRAND PRIZE-THE HIGHEST AWARD
FOR MOTOR TRUCKS
Anniher dlvltlnn lender said "The peo
ple In my division won t atand for
JIUI.PS JNDUPUNDENT CAUSE.
The growlnc revolt Is giving tremendous
Impetus to the Independent movement,
and the Independents are taking advan
tage of It to perfect moro thoroughly
their organization In overy division Many
Organization division leaders have told
tho Independent leadeis that they can
cxpeer their Htslstance ns the result of
the Smith agreement. The rovolt Is espe
cially strong In the Independent wards,
where the Vare had built up organiza
tions. In West Philadelphia and German
town the Organization leadcra are hav
ing a hard time trjlng to keep their fol
lowers In line.
On everj' side criticism of Governor
Brumbaugh Is heard. That he has served
the Organization better than tho old-
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motor truck experience. The. points
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that have cletmnined the eelectfcKv
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White supremacy in tmotoe truck
industry is thus recognised by the
highest award that can be Ustaind,
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hai ever known just as this
premacy has been recognised fcotoi
truck users for manyyu ""
time Organization Governor Is a-ent..
accented ns a fact on all aid. S.J1'1"
question that la heard on the atrett. ,
whether he deliberately Joined with tv.
rose, McNIchol and the Varea .
agreement on Smith or whether he
them permission to write his letter aaa
uac ma limiio.
Workman Painted Tourist's Auto Tar
t)alrH ! as Hi .... n
xa.nci iiuii, ui meueicnviue, O, .,.
prevented from starting on a Journey te
his homo thla afternoon because a work
man In an automobile sales agency t,..
he had Just bought a car told him th 3
It would be alt right If he painted on, 1
.... ....r ...,, .. .,. -oiiceinaB
Rumslde arrested Elson at Broad an
Chestnut streets, and Magistrate Pennock
released him to appear tomorrow.
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