"JQo jpu think the, lodging
house vote will be Targe enough to
defeat your efforts?" Mrs. ,Mc
Culloch was asked.
"That is something we. have
gone over thoroughly. - "Jf we
should'-be beaten by the 'floater'
vote, J think it would be an argu"
ment in our favor. The thinking
men will see, or ought to s6e, that
whatever this class of men is
-against. is something that must
be All' right. ..But X on't "think
the men who reason will let them
selves he outvoted..-
"Qur speakers will appear at
the regular rallies of the old par
ties. That is, if the committees
will allow us to speak, and I think
we shall receive iavorable re
sponses to our appeal. We will
take-the field in full force. Monday."
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