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x° THEt. AriVILHIU N Al
NEW, PRES IDENT STRIKES TWN KE 4

TOTEuiK n.

HOOVER EXPLAINS DUAL PURPOSE
OF LAWl ATNOME, PEACE ABROAD

COOLIDGE AND DAWES VA(C
CAPITOL FOR FUTURE

AT"
LEADERS

SAYS

DISREGARD AND DISOBEDIENCE
OF LAW IS MOST MALIGN OF
ALL DANGERS

upon you, my countrymen, as tasks means and the responsibility
much, as upon those of us whoj which it involves, j beg your toler-
have been selected for office," he' ance, your aid and your co-opera-
added. "Ours is a land, rich in -------___ ______- _-__
resources;, stimulating in its glori-
ous beauty; filled with millions of
happy, homes; blessed with corn-
are the institutions of progressT i
more advanced. In no nation area N
the fruits of accomplishment moreB ok
secure. In no nation is the gov-a new blaze of
erment more worthy of respect.'
No country is more loved by its breakfast of tI
people. I have an abiding faith in N trl fo
their capacity, integrity and highatur 1food r
purpose. I have no fears for the
future of our country. It is bright fine, SHRtEDDIED
with ope..everything you
"In the presence of my country-
men, mindful of the solemnity of ;yo "ont
this occasion, knowing what the

(33y Associated Pes ment activities be transferred fromff
WASHNGTN, arch4.-iththe -treasury department to the!' I
simpe frceul angagerefec-department of justice as a begin-
tive of his own personality, Her- nn fmr fetv raia
ion."
bert Hoover today dedicated him- Expressing his belief that no:"
self and his administration to law mr
enforcement at home and the pro- ptn ntuetlt o
motion of peace throughout the th aii eteeto oto
versies between nations than the3
Thseorldpoessoouti world court has ever been con-:
Teewoproestoouinceived,.Mvr. Hoover declared "no i
bold_ relief in his, inaugural (ad- other i rcial of establish-
dress, delivered from a simply dec- ment"r
orated stand on the east front of ¢ igsEry amRle
the. capitol after he had taken the ."The way should, and I believe
oath as the thirty-first president will, be found- by which we may Yf:
of the ,United States. take our proper place in a move-
Declaring that the most malign mn ofnaetlt h rg
of all the dangers from which self- ess of peace.". -
government must be safe-guarded Thrra usx ige ie .
toda is hedsreg reandednt reference to national :defense in Calvin Coolidge
obedience of law, theprsdn the entire address which was four> Who vacated his office of Presi-' Charles G. Dawes
said that "to consider these evils, thousand words in length. It was: den of the United States yester- Whlethe hieHuewh
to find their remedy, is-the most "ec cnb onrbte obWdyhofvro tentinsnxtPeietheohcitesHoerdywith
sore necessity of our times.' Paecnb otiue ob a nfvro h ainsnx peietCoig etra fe
"Riid nd, epedtius ustceis, respect for our ability in de-i president, Herbert Hoover. Mr. completing his term as Vice-Presi-
{'i Tn epdtos utc ense,.,~ Coolidge ,has ended a long and dent., Some of his colleagues gave
thefirt sfegard6f reeomth Turning to domestic affairs, theI successful administration and will? Mr. Dawes a surprise-dinner. as a
basis of all ordered. liberty, the Ichief executive said further agmi-i retire into private life, probably!'farewell tribute for his services as
vialfoceofpfges,"hesad.icultural relief, and "limited ehang-! as administrator of some large! leader of the Senate and he seem-
"It ustnot ometo e inourre-es" in thef tariff "can not in jus-torganization. eisryt ev ahntn
publc tat t cn bedefate bytice to our farmers, our -labor and;
the indifference of the citizen,1 manufacturers_ be postponed," ad-! "quicken the conscience and enlistI settlement."
by exploitation of delays and en- ding that he would request a spe- our sense of responsibility for their i "And that responsibility rests
tanglements of the law, or by cial session of congress for the
combinations of criminals."cosdrtnofthe'qstn.I
Turning ttesenfCeent f:People Must Assist
Thereigtentheaendocment Mr Asserting that the questions be-
,th eihtent amndent Mr Ifore the country were problems
H-oover asserted that abuses which o rgest ihrsadrs
had grown up around it are due M.Hoe adte ead
in part to the failure of some Mr.tHoghtsand they seved-to
states to accept their share of the', SALSI!D14
responsibility for concurrent en- !
forcement . and to the failure of'n
many state and local officials to: Stri'ngs . Supplies ?
zelusyenforce the law. Rear"CIN II
"eusyBut a large responsibility rests * * j
directly upon our citizens," he as-1 o l uia ntuet i ' r
serted. "There would be little' o l uialIsrmnsLABORATORY S P LIES
traffic in illegal liquor if only,
criminals patronized it. The duty
of citizens to support the law_ is Sc haenrle & Son
co-equal with the duty of their' MUSIC HOUSE 200-202 P. I [ B] ItY ST.
government. to eniforce the laws $10S Mi t
which exist.
As. one immediate step for,an - _ ...._._ ..
improvement of conditions, Presi- _______- -______ __7~ ~-
dent Hoover declared it essential
"that a large part. of the enforce-F
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submitted to the faculty, who will,
decide whether. it is to be included
in the. curriculum, if so, whether it
is to be compulsory.

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