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COMMENT OF NEWSPAPERS ON
NOTABLE SPEECH MADE BY
BRYAN WHEN RESPONDING
TO WELCOME RECEPTION
MUCH OF HEARSTISM
IN HIS NEW IDEAS
BELIEVES IN GOVERNMENT OWN-ER8HIP.C-F.MOST
TYPE CONSERVATIVE DEM
OCRATS THROWN INTO A FIT
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New York, N. Y., Aug. 31. Here Is
what tho New York morning newspa
pers had to say editorially today re
garding William Jennings Bryan, his
welcome homo and his speech, outlin
ing the Democratic platform for tho
Presidential campaign of 1908:
(The New York Times practically
reads Mr, Bryan out of the Democrat
The Now York Herald positively de
clares that tho Commoners Idea of
government management ot government-owned
railroads Is Impossible.
The New York World agrees with
many 'of Mr. Aryan's declarations, but
asks a furhorjjucstlon on each ono.
11 adds that Mr. Bryan has 'apparent
ly "stolen Mr. Hearst's clothes."
- Tho New York, Sun contents Itself
with sneering at 'Bryan as "tho peer
less one," and. arguing In a column
editorial that tho examples of Henry
Clay and Martin Van Burcn -would In
dicate that no-matter how popular ho
may seem, Bryan can never be elect
From tho Times:
"Boturnlng to his native land, Mr.
Bryan presents himself to his country ,
men no longer as a Democrat, but ns
tho founder and leader of a new par
ly, tho exponent of a new policy and
Iho advocate of a new and revolution
nltude of the demonstration arranged made him any more conservative tlinn when he spoke of tho aim of William
to commemorate Mr. Bryan's homc-ho was ten years ago. In fact, Mr. Jennings llrysn ns the nlm of (he
coming, and tho Impressive welcome Bryan Is almost as radical ns Hrnrnt I Democratic party? the Democratic
... .... i... ..,... I Urtv rralnrnl in nhrt tlrlahsnn themselves, whlln linos- nnrlr whlrh. Imnehl on Iho hoof I))'
uiuai iim.v ui:im iuii-ii; .-.... ... ...... .- - -- . , , . .
him, offered, as It was, In a city tcn.cvclt appears a conservative of ton- the business agents of ttynnlsm In tho
years ago he had reason to descrlbo.scrvatlvcs in comparison. 7
as the 'enemy's country.' Tho World:
"Tho risk of entrapment Into an In- "The Hon. William Jennings Bryan
discreet act of utterance It tho asplr-Mn convention assembled last night,
ant were long before the country, was adopted a platform for the Democrat-
bo paicni 10 jnmca ijuyimiimi t whu i n; i. ..0.-.-w . --. ......
also 'had been a professional c'an'dl-, 1908.
date, having received many votes , In "With all that Mr. Jlryan snys In
tho Democratic conventions of 1844,' favor of arbitration treaties, with all I
. . .. ....... .....it.-. . L-i t- u. I. f.i.n nf i.llli..i..n L-lll.
ISIS ana lsuzi. mm no boiiciicu ami mm nc sbjh m ii"i v niiii n..
'HI. Louis convention, defeated tho
' program of Mr, Bryan, and gave as
I lie candidate ngnlnst Theodore noose
iclt, Alton II. Pnrker the Democratic
party which today Is In the hands of
Ihn Itynns and Belmonls ns much In
I the nation as In the Slate of New
"Tho Democrats of nil shades of
rt you have been very HI, and are not
recovering at fast at you eipected,
Ayer't Sanaparitla will make your blood
pure and will give you strength and
obtained In 18S3 tho appointment of plno Independence, and witn nil tnnt
United States Minister lo London, iho says against the navlea being cm
thus escanlna the necessity of taking ployed to collect private debts, the
i.all.. I.. -. .... .11. .....I I... ....! ......1.1 I. I 4t.y.
ocnnnc sinna in inv iiinriiiiiivu ut-
bates on the Nebraska bill
"In the British capital ho remained
a keen but seemingly Impartial spec
tator until, In tho early part of 18SG
ho returned to his native country
and In tho role ot conciliator of angry
i.cctlnns carried off the Democratic against
nomination and secured tho coveted
"Mr. Bryan might havo dono wisely
to follow tho example of Pennsylva
nia's wily son and to have deferred"
his homecoming until tho close of
1907, for It Is precisely the same rolo
of pacClcncr of warring factions thnt
ho Is now essaying to play. It may
lo that In any event tho task of paci
fication would have proved 'beyond his
ability. With what effect can he ex
pect to preach pcaco where thcro Is
no peace? How It Is possible In Mas
cachiisctts to reconcile such Demo
crats as District Attorney Moran and
former MayoriJoslah Qulncy? How
In tho Stato of New York can anyone
persuade genuine Democrats and
Hearst Democrats to lie down togeth
er In, amity? Is It practlctblc to weld
opinion hnvc admitted that Mr. Bryan
Is Iho solo surviving hope of the par-
. ty of Jefferson and JackRon. Ho Is
.World Is In the fullest Icrord. I Its guide. Its counselor, Its friend, Its
"Tho World Is heartily In accord Idol. What he nays Is, therefore, as
with Mr. Bryan on the subject of an' good as law, and though there may
Income tax . Ibc some Democrats left who differ
"Wo agree with Mr, Bryan as to the , with him on minor particulars of pol
necessity of eradicating prlvnte mo- Icy, like the single gold stnndnrd,
nonollcs. Wo Indorse all thnt he says "compulsory arbitration of labor dim-
corporation contributions to oppose ccntralltatlon Insist that an
political campaign funds. We agree cultles, public ownership nnd opcia
with him, too, that the rnllrond rate lion or labor difficulties, public owner
law affords a strong temptation to the ship nnd operation of the railroads
railroads to use all their power to con-' nnd of municipal utilities, the levying
trol tho Presidency. Ills demnnd for of on Income tax, strict supervision
the enforcement of tho criminal .by the dovcrnment of all corpora-
clause of tho Sherman law nnd hls.tmns engaged in Intcrtftnto commerce
protest against Interlocked director- nnd the general subjection of business
ates are both Voll taken. But nnd Industry to stringent Kcdcral reg-
"How 'can a man who pretends to '.illation, the Madison Square (lartlen
oppose centralisation and to favor Jn- 'npothcsls seems to show that such
dlvlduallam advocate In cold blood doubters are no longer Inclined to
such a leap toward State socialism as strain at cither gnats or camels. In
ary principle. Mr. Bryan has posilb- ;dcrcst.)hiato the .political Importance
y dono his best to croato an Issue but of ' thtrrcccptlon to Mr. Bryan at Mad-
wo are not of tho opinion that he has " Square Gardcn'and of the speech
done well or wisely. Wo do not bc-
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Capital-Paid Up, Ten 18.000,000
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toccthcr the Democrats In Ohio, now
that ,a majority of them after a not
tight In tho recent Stato convention,
have repudiated thoorcry policy con
cerning' tho liquor question that en
abled the party last year to elect a
"Much water will flow under tho I that
bridge before the advcrit.of June, 1908.
Will Mr. Bryan's boom be borne stead
lly and sarcly on tho current, or wilt
It be wrecked In sight of port?"
Tho-Wall Street Journal:
"How can a man who pretends to
Importance of Reception.
"It Would bo folly to ignore or un
would be Involved In the national gov
eminent owning and managing nil 'the
trunk lino railways and the various
States owning and managing nil tho
other railroads wlthl their borders?
"How can a. man who pretends to
oppose centralisation ask that n Prs-
j Ident' bo empowered to suspend tariff
t'olltlcs, as In the stockyards, the
hldo and the horns go with' the car
rass and if tho Democratic party Is
lo laka the Bryan euro for general
debility, why should It not. It sensib
ly 'argues, tnko what's coming to It In
t'oscs three fingers high?"
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lievo that' cither tho Democratic party
icr any great part' of the membership
of cither party Is ready to accompany
him upon this perilous adventure In
radicalism and centralisation.
Calls Doctrine Oangeroue.
'"Mr. Bryan's now doctrine of public
ownership for' tho railroads Is -dli-tlnctly
and measurably more danger
ous and' upsetting than his abandon
ed lHsucofv16 to 1. It Is revolution
that he' proposes 'and Incalculable dis
aster woulj attend tho success of his
effort. The people' ot this country can
fc'co far 'enough ahead to steer clear
of a. calamity of this magnltudo so
plainly; in tncir view.
"The. transfer of tltlo to .thirteen bll
lions of property, to the Federal Government-
and tho Issue of an equiva
lent amount ot national securities'
would, effect a displacement of val
ues and of productive force that
would result In disturbances for which
our history affords no precedent qr
comparison savo those occasioned by
tho Civil War.
"Mr. Bryan's express- appeal to
members of both partlos. It seems to
us,' Jcaves Democrats all oyer the.
country, free toc.xpr.esa ,tht'r disap
proval of.hj principles ami, tq reject,
public ownership ' as un-Democratlc
and him as no longer a Democrat. The
Democratic party with Its history, Its
tra'dlliorisand Its 'achievements, can
not surrender td'thls radical and rev
olutionist." Tho llcrajcl: t
'"Mr. Bryan' says nothing alarming,
but ho brlugs back to .America pre
dlllctlonfor two foreign Ideas an. In
come tax' and Government ownership
and operation of tho railways,
"A tax on Incomes, Involving an In
quisition into cyoff man's privato af
fairs, may.1 work well enough under
monarchical governments, but It
.would bo.out'ot placo In this republic.
"Covornmcn ownership- nnd man
.igomriU of railways may likewise ho
practical In an empire Itko Germany,
with Its compact' Mtlcnarca of 200,-
000 square miles and Its 30,000 miles
of road. Even on tba.t miniature scalo
and wlttt poorly paid .operatives, the
service is inferior .to hur own and tho
charges are, ranch' higher.
1. ........ .....hi. .. '.n.Hnn nf
1 llu uwiiviauii ami uivih.iu,i w
tho 220,000 mllou of lines spread' llko
not-work over our 3,000,000 squsru
miles of territory -would bo another
mattor. There aro now rooro than a
million employees. Under public and
roltttcal .operation the number would
be doubled. Fancy 2,000,000 votes di
rectly under the thumb of a' national
'Mr. Bryan may well express a
doubt whether tho country is yet ripe
tor a change. Government regulation
s essential, government ownership an
undesirable, and' reinoto possibility,
great government management. ncv
or." Tho Sun:
"There Is uo doubt about the mag-
he made. Both mako Mr. Bryan
again' an Issuo In politics and a'f actor
In the markets.
"Mn. Bryan's pltaform, which npw
becomes the platform ot the Demo
cratic party, proves conclusively that
neither ten .ycara' growth or eigui
months travel, around tne worm nns
'Word" Wants. To Know,
corporations engaged In Intcrs'ate
commprco be licensed by tho Federal
Government anil wear a tag Issued by
Iho executive department thereof?
"In London Mr. Ilrjan complained .. nm .. . mn, . nnvrr
tlnnaAitnll knit ulnlnll til 11 1 '
yn. iwunv.... ' "'" "
clothes. But It would not havo been
hccmly for a peerless leader to return
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had to bo provided. Mr. Ilooscvclt
stolo Mr. Bryan's clothes; Mr. Bryan
In turn seems t to have stolen Mr.
Hearst's clothes and Solomon In all
his glory was not arrayed dike one ot
"In his speech last night (and wo
rhali have mora, to say of It later) Mr.
has anything but the lightest kind of
n care. Now ns sure n preventive nnd
rure for dnndniff, which causes falling
hair unci baldness, has been discover
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dandruff germ. C. II. Reed, Victor.
Idaho, says: "Myself and wife have
ncen troumeii witn uanarun nnu inn
Ing hair for several years. Wo tried
remedies without effect until we used
Ncwlirgo's Hcrpiclde, two bottles ol
which cured us." Hundreds of slmi
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Bryan showed his accurate concep-(
lion -Ol pilllllC iupiniun, 111 iivunniih lrl,
that the question of questions today 1' ',!(
it the evil or, the trusts, lie mauo 11 ( - e
clear that his aim. as a Democrat, Is Th wkr EdUioii or the Evening
to exterminate the trusts. But was It Bulletin gives a complete summary of
inadvertence or misapprehension, k news nf the riae Por HI a year.
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