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again when he came down into
the lobby rthey interrupted" him
at his dinner, clustered " around
him again in the' lobby and .-followed
him to the fair .grounds,
where he was to make a Chautau
He had to struggle through an
other crowd to get into the fair
grounds and inside the big Chau
tauqua tent, shaking hands-with
hundreds on the way.-"
The subject of his speech was,
"The Passing of Plutocracy," 'but
when the cheering over his intro
duction by the chairman had died
down, he was greeted with cries
of "Tell us about 'Baltimore!"
"Tell us Tiow you walloped Mur
phy and Ryan!" "Tell us about
Wilson." Bryan complied, and for
fifteen minutes described his fight
for progressivism in-the Demo
craticxbnventibn. When;-Bryan finished his ad
dress, the Chautauqua had to ad
journ for want 'of audience, for
everybody-filed, out and followed
him, followed" him' back to his
Tiotel, back'to-the railroad station.
"The Children Seem to Want to 'Be Close to Him."
Allover embroidery is to be
used a great deal during the sum
mer, not only with the sheer fab
rics, but with, the heavier linens
and tub materials. It is used for a
bolero, the lower part of a waist,
or collars-or yokes and cuffs.
"That man' has been making
the same speech for years and I
don't understand it yet."
"Certainly not," replied Coun
cillor Sorghum; "that speech is
like a conundrum. After you
guess it,' it's no good any more,"