ipi npjuuM mi wpi wmmmw
leave the Clark men no loophole
of escape from a fight on- Parker.
Mayor Brand Whitlock, df To
ledo, O., says if a progressive
candidate b;e not named, a third
party will heifonne,d,dust;asIthere;
was at tChlcago.' -' j - -'4
"The .people 7are .progressive,"
said Whjttlpck. TJie Democratic!
party wjorrly destEcrytself xf-it
does ndtalspibecp.rogressK'e'i !
Jerry-ujliyan,.. Jowa" -leader,'
says.thereTisl-no doubt theXIark
forces gijrUftihg- up. withthelre4
actionaViiie, says, theyrre,i trad
ing votesjwthjBoss'-'Murphy. ;.
today ,and-refused .tosay a word.
Roger Sullivanr of Illinois, say?,,
he is sure JParker can be"put over
despite Bryan's pp'posjtion.
The national committee went
into executive session -early.
After" one and a.halfhour's ses
sion,' the news of Brya's-candid-acyiwas
giveh it. lV'"
The cornnttee,'whfcli is reac
tionary, immediately; ; adjourned
tol c.ojjri.t irases,': angel' seVhow far
they couldigo.J ".-.1 ',
Vice presidential Hocpns are
flourishing-gayly, 'butrnije mean
much. n v 'V 5
-Senator -Luke 'Lea, ;af Tenn.,
.says the Glaikm&n ariertrading
votes with theNework reac-
MANAGERS OFl BALTIMORE DONKEY SHOW
W Chairman Norman E.JVTack (left) and Secretary Urey Wilson
of the Democratic national committee, who bossed arrangements for
convention, snapped at work in big Fifth Regiment Armors
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