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YOIiUJOQ XVI. NO. 81).
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He Discusses the Policies of the President, Showing Wherein He Has
Adopted Some Democratic Principles hut Has Shunned Others Which
are More Important He Has Some Good Words to Say for the
. Donkey, Comparing Him With the Elephant.
tnthe Afternoon the Commoner, and Senator Daniels, of
'Virginia, Have Some Very Heated Conversation in the
-Lobby of the Hotel Both Men Showed Anger When
ififondt Interfered and Led Each Away At the Banquet
in Washington, Last Evening, the Nebraskan Names
the" Four Issues Which He Considers Paramount and
Ujkm Which He Believes the Democratic Party Should
WAke Its Eight in x908. .
' Wnehlngton, Nov. 27 William
JotmlngB llryan opened the Demo
cratic campaign by which It i hop.
ed ,to get tho ltcpubllcanu out of
Washington when nc tfpofco laHt
night at tho banquet tendered him
by the ftnlted Democincy of tho
Plfltrlct of Columbia.
At the end of ' tho Hpccch ho
called upon tho party to got toi
getbor nnd make tno light, saying
tb&t If there was unity thcro wart
oVery ch'anctf Tor a victory.,, ,
,' la tho scourso of lila spocch ho
told wherein President Hoonevelt
is & Democrat, whoreln he is not a
rjsmocrat, and why; Me summed up
"tna occupant of the Whlto Housu
byftaiying that he was Democratic
, iBpota but .added mat u Domo.
wnerevqr no biiy it.
In his eyes.
rrVaWnhl'ankflit hm. a. clash vch.
t?rty afternoon" vflrti Senator John
W.'Wanlel of Virginia tho man
Kvho'h'ejd tho gavel that hot after
noon In Chicago when iho peerless
ono jumped Into fnmo with the
"cross of gold" on his lips.
iThjs was a hot passage at
words and tho frionds of both
were glad to report when It was
ended' that there wero no wounded.
It camo a'bout thus;
Bryan had been addressing the
iJatUmal Publicity association on
the beautlotf of jmtttng tho lobby,
ist otut" of business with tho news.
njiirar Xtray, nnd had just stepped
out of the elevator.
fi'hore'8 llryan" said Major
Swords a .familiar character around
tho Washington hotels, to eje-feonn-tor
t5t6,wiiri of .Nevada. '-Don't you
Van't to go over nnd speak to
wdon't iwant to talk to tho
JBwords then walked over to tho
cgar stand whoro aenator Daniel
wits looking over tho latest maga
zines and called his nttontlon to
the fact that tho Nebraskan wrts
"Jfcllq, Uryan," ho called out,
and started toward him.
Hollo, senntor,' tho poorless
one replied, "I am very glad to soo
ypu, I h.opo to soo you at tho ban.
' '"I have- wot hoon asked."
'Yoll, shall bo delighted to
correct' th'at mistake "
p tThank you," said Daniel,
i but I. 'would rather not. Frankly
ypij, and I aro not tho samo kinu
of Democrats, l am tho kind of a
Iomocrat who sticks with his par.
ty and ' never thinks hlmsolf blg
gor than hfs party. That Is why 1
Vptod for' you in 1S9G ami ,1000.'
. (it . inn ,nm a nnmop.riit. " said
Hryfth, jf follbw tho dictates of
my party always."
i (IThen stop being blggor than
yoUr, party," repllod Daniel. You
nttsf vnq' try always to dlotato what
'iDeniocrats shall do. 1 Would
t,ftinf ( agreo wun you uuiu o(ii,
SutjiRomehqwUi chn't do' lt.?
..U.doii't isdo lwhy. ll '
-What you want ttf do' is to bo
' at 'Democrat In the Jl ranks, and
stop, frying to bo bigger than your
party.- repeat," am mo puuiuur.
'You must stop trying to bo tho
hoe thing; sfop trying to go
ahead of your party, and stop
takfhVyour ' cuo" trVn tho Ind0"
llfyan's face becamo inflamed
and thoso thin whltp lips of his
eraacKou iigiuer iqkuuiit
'VhQn you chargo me with tak,
lagla'-cue from anybody," ho ro
A GREAT SPE
MMtUIUGTIlN QTADTIWC UIQ PftDTV'Q flfiUT
W H II I I IBl I I I I II I Ml II I I III I HI I I ' II I l I
plied hotly, "it is tlmo for us
to stop, talking, sir."
'l think so, sir" replied Dnniol.
WHlls (J. Abbott caught hum ot
Mr. Bryan's arm ana led him outtnrllt reV8lon is necessary, nl.
or tno iiotoi. wnno soverai inonas
of Bonntor Daniel nccompnnled him
to tho elovntor and cscotted lilm
to his loom.
'Hint was some tlmo hetoro the
TUB PARTY EMMLiEMS.
Mr llryan 'h subject was "The
Point of Vlow." nnd h;h speech con.
sistcd of illustrations or tho dlf.
fcrenco in the point ol vlow from
which (iiiestlous nre oxamlned. Be
fore taking up tho serious presen
tation of this subject ho referred
to some of tho remarks mado by
preceding speakers, and apropos of
Mr. Hagnn's suggestion that Tam
many. UgerK would make butter
playthings for children that Teddy
Bears, he ald thai party emblems
ns well as political toys, had their
place, and ho spoko a word In
defense of tho Domocratlo donkey.
"Tho donkey," ho snld, yis real
ly a better omblom than tho ele
phant for a party. This was
impressed upon my mind when
I visited other countries. 1 found
that tho donkey 1s n resident of
every country nnd that every
where he is serving tho poopio
nnd that, too tho common peo
ple. Ho id not nn aristocrat. Tho
elephant, on tho contrary, Is only
to bo found In certain latitudes and
Is seldom scon oxcept on dross
"If greatness is to bo measured
by sorlca Instead or by slzo or
appenranco, tho position of honor
mut bo given to tho faithful con.
key. Ab tho Democratic party is
becoming a untvorsal party and
Is ovorywhoro Justifying Its claims
to tho conlldonco of tho people by
tho s'orvlco it Is rendering thorn
it is entirely appropriate that it
should profor tho donkey to tne
olophnnt ns. an omblom."
Artor dealing humorously with
tho chargo that tho Hepuullcamj
wore stealing Democratic thunder,
ho proceeded to point out tno
things, which tho president has
borrowed, tho Democratic doctrines
which he has, Ignored and tho un
democratic doctrines which ho has
"Tho presldont has advocated
railroad legislation, which Is a
Democratic doctrlno. nut ho has
not gono nB far as Democrats
would havo him go nnd the, Re
publican loaders aro not wllllngMp
go ns fai. as tjio president does. Ho
has taken porno steps toward tho
onforcomont of tho law against tho
trusts in this respect ho has been
following Democratic doctrines, al
though ho has not prosecuted all
tho trusts, .nnd has not recently
mado any eltort to se'euro addi
tional, antitrust legislation.
' "Tho prcsldqnt has adocated an
incomo tax; this Is Democratic, but
none' of the loaders ot his party
has atfonwtdd to carry out his
recommendation on this subject
and Secretary Taft, whqm ho ,as
designated as (in heir apparent,
Is not In favor of an Incomo tax
at this tlmo, Tho presldont hns
nlso recommendod aroitratlqn as n
means of sottllpg labor disputes;
this doctrlno was takon bodily from
tho Deuiocratio platform but it
scorns to bo as unpopular with
tho dtupelblcan loaaers as otlior
"Hero are four ppllclea which
tho presldont has Indorsed .which
aro distinctly Democratic, and
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which were being urged by tho
Democratic party for trom llvo to
twelve years beforo tho president
ovpr snld n word In their favor,
nnd it Is n significant ract that
these aro tho very things that
havo glvon him popularity. Surely
no Democrat will Unci fault with
Democratic policies, which are so
Just nnd necessary that a president
of (he opposite party Is forced to
NO SN:aIj IIKIIB.
' There nrejhowover.sevural Dem
ocratic doctrines which tho presl.
1.i.t linn tint Iiiflmcinr1 Iff, liner llflf
tho hentn,en. 3 growli.g so rnpld-
... fhn, j,,lfrtiirv nut mimlts that
,..,. ,, vlol,is to .,, llal)tH of
postponing, and would put tho
reform orf until nfter tho election.
'Iho president lias noi indorsed tho
election of benntors by direct voto
or the pcoplo, although this Demo,
cratlc leform tis so popular that
tho hoitso of representatives has
dcclnred for It llvo times by a
nearly unanimous vote.(
"Tho, president has not recogniz
ed tho right of tho Mlipinos to
tho promise or ultlmnto independ
ence, although tho Democratic, po
ltlon on this question has been
immediate Independence .1H0 also
has yet indorsed tne .democratic
-position on government by Injunc.
tlon, but ln his last message he
Intimated that It might hecomo
necessary to restrain tho use of
tho writ of injunction lf tho abuso
or It continued.
"He reminds mo of tho man
who went to tho theater on a
pass. Tho play was so unsatlsfac.
tory that tho uudlonco hissed and
hooted, but tho man with tho
pubs kopt quiet. 'Finally ouo ol. tho
uudlonco asked him why ho did
not join In tho expression ofdis
approal and ho replied: 'I do not
llko this piny any bqttor than tho
rest or you llko but I am- hero
on a pass, but It tho play gets
much worse I'll go out nnd buy
a ticket and como buck and then
I will hiss with tho rest of you.'
"illoro are four Democratic doc-
trlnes that ho has not yet Indorsed
And now let mo call your attention
to some very undemocratic doctrlno
which ho has announced. In tho
llrst place ho ravors tho national
Incorporation of railroads and
other lntor-stnte commerce corporn.
tlons. and this ls in lino with his
position thnt tho federal govern,
jinon cnn through a treaty, lnterfero
L.jtn tho pchool system of CnHKr-
nm j-l0 Democrats insist upon tho
recognition or tho right or tho
I gtftte to cxorclso Its constitutional
ul,ti,0rlty over Tts domestic affairs.
Continued on Pago Four.
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BABY BURNS WHILE
MOTHER WAS ABSENT
liollnlro) 0 Nov. 17 Herman,
aged 3,i,Bon of Charles Heaver,
was burmvV to death this morning.
Having left the child In bed,
tho mother ictuincd from the
store to rfiirt It dead on tho
hearth, wlfh Its clothing burned
Beats His Record of Forty
YearifAgo ijy a Whole
Chlcngo.iN'ov. 27. A full day
ahead of tlov record ho made, ijfl
you're ago, "ipcdestrlan Weston aged
R!) pruncedJdown Michigan avenue
at 0:45 this morning. Surrounded
by mctnhors of tho Illinois Athletic
club, heajldicbsed tho hugo crowd
at his official dcHtlnailon, tho steps
of tho posfcfllco at It o'clock.
Weston 'hail reached tho city
limits at jJk:lS "'" morning. At
;j n. in. heTqtoppud at tho Chicago
llcach hotelfor a sleep.
Weston llV travelled 1,'JIIO miles
Ho loft Portland, Mo. Octobor 2!)
at 10 a. m
Girl is Found in Her Ownl,ler faee ls Earned with lines or
Yard, AlmostDeadFrom 'rZx' ta,,.v me P ,,i to.
anil gagged, hr handstand feet
, Mary, tho i year old daugh -
Mini fnM.. tn t Mi
-'! ". iw 111 )" "'" '""b- I
tor of Hobeit Wmpson, was tound
In tho ynid of hor honio last night
nearly dead lrom xeposuro. 'J wo
mnsked men had followed her
homo nnd attacked hor. 'I boy
h girl whn she screamed
Sho thinks sho recognied one as-
sallant, but no arrests
IS HOW READY TO
KISS AND MAKE UP
dJast, Palestine, O., Nov. 27- Af
ter twenty.llvo years or estrange
merit Mis. May iMansoll, tho
wllo or o mechanic has written
lCllon Torry suggesting a reconcll.
latlon. Sho Is a noted nctress who
lost her half sister rorerred to In
vmT mSL. I , mUtSMtflW
Vkt 4H Know ThU- . J'''? ; -But Mu.t We Get Ued to Thl.T
KILLED, CRIPPLED WIFE
. AND THEN HIMSfeLF
J.ond?i, Ohio, Nov. 27. l" a
drunken frenZlehnrles Neor, nged
4."), a fanner, Bhot to death his
crippled wllo anif turned tho gun
on himself. Iho tlrst shot was not
successful. The daughter and her
nged grandmother Interfered, but
threats of death forced thorn to
their rooms, Ncer then calmly
killed himself with a third bullet.
French Force Threatened
with Destruction by the
Nemours, Algeria, Nov. 27. Itoln
forced, 12,(100 natives aro no In
tho Held ngnliiHt tho Preach, and
nre attacking rienely. It In feared
the French detachment may ho
wiped out. 'Iho Kieneh have been
burning villages, niter beating olt
the original force or tilbeainen
with 1.200 loss.
Defense Closes in the Brad -
ley Trial Before it was
Washington, Nov. 27. Tho begin
ning of the end of tho trial nt Mis.
Ilrntllcy Is In sight. The unexpect
ed brevity of the. testimony of the"
expert alienists ' of the defense
brought Its case to a close cooncr
than was anticipated.
It is evident thnt Mrs, Bradley Is
near tho end ot lier eiulurnnco. Sho
Is emaciated and tho waxen pallor ot
his head oft." Archlbold Livingstone,
a cleik in Drowns office today, tes
tified that Mrs. llradley exclaimed
w,len ,he P""s a lJt to t
.s0,iatol,'B niatilmonlnl Intentions.
Clirlstenson, of Ealt
xike.'hojd Mrs. llradley had always
I hero was n dramatic develop,
meat, when Attomoy Chrlstonson
said Hnnwi, In his presence, nnd
before Mis. Jlradley and Mrs.
Urown, denied the pnrentake of
the oldest bon, .Max, who ls now
lighting hard to convict Mrs.
'I he 'pintles weio engaged In nn
unsuccessful conioronco over tho
ptoposed divorce. .Mrs. llrown, Mho
witness snld, called her husband
"a vile, low, moral dogenornto"
and rushed at .Mrs llradley, ox.
claiming lot me kill hor,"
llrown provlously nnd acknow
ledged tho parcntngo ot tho Iliad,
ley children. '
PLANS TO FXTERMINATE
Rear Guard of Iberahim Pasha Completes the Work of
Slaughter in DUrbekr While the Main Force Pushes
Forward to Adjoining Provinces and Starts the
Work of Massacreing 15,000 Have Been
.Vlennn, Nov. 27. Whilo his rear
glial d completes tho woik ot plunder,
arson and murder, the villages ot
Dlnrbekr, Ibcrnhlni Pasha I" now
carrying tho Aimenlan christian
slaughter into tho adjoining pinv-
lucrs. In Dlarbnki', Ibrahim's hoops
hnve killed, practically all Armen
LABOR UNIONS ARE NOW
Proclamation is Sent to Organized Labor, by President
Samuel Gompers, Calling for the Defeat of Cannon as
Speaker of the House The Speaker's Record for
the Past Three Years is Attacked.
Washington, Nov. 27 Copies of
a proclamation addressed "To All
Organled Labor" and designed to
defeat the olectlon or Joseph (.
Cannon ns speaker ol tho hoitso
or representatives In the Sixtieth
congresH luivi been sent to trade
unions in every section"" "br 'tho
'Iho proclamation is issued by
Samuel (Joinpers., president or the
American Moderation of Labor.
'Iho record ot Speaker Cannon
during tho three congresses ho has
seivcd In thut position, as charg
ed In this proclamation ls given,
nnd each Instance wheieby his vote
or ruling ho has acted In a way
that seemed Inimical to the Inter,
csts of labor Is also given In do.
tall, thiol ot these Is cited his
action In tcgard to tho labor
amendments to tho Mierman nntl.
Amid Scenes of Intense Excitement the Third Douma
Rules That the Term is no Longer Applicable Con- ''
stitutional Democrats Win a Great Victory, the
-Vote Standing More Than Two to One. v
St. eterbbiug, Nov. 27. -The douma
l.iht night decreed that tho title ol
autocrat which has beon hot no by the
emperois of Russia for centuiles, Is )
no longer tenable within the Russian
state mid is Inronip.itlblo with th
lcginio innuguiated by the manifesto
issued by Ihnpomr Nicholas on CM.
IJ0, ion."). At tho clo-0 of u gieat
constitutional debato the Russian par
liament by a oto of 112 to 21C re
jected tho word "autocrat" and then'
ulopted a reply to tho addioss from
tho throne unaiilniously, unilil scenes
of Inteitbo ovcltoiiioiit. inolonged
cheois and tho singing of tho na
The lesult of tho session Is regard
ed as a victory for the constitution
al Democrats under tho leadeishlp
of Professor Paul N. Milukoff, who
succeeded in forcing tho QctobjM Ists'
hand. Tho final vote wus (nkn nf-
tor tho demonstrative withdrawal ot
tho extreme right Social Democrats,
members of tho group of Toll and
lAfier n stilling debato which
)asteil until almost uiJdul(,1it, M..
Pieinokko. tho deputy from Moscow,
bummed up tho arguments on cithor
sldo nnd uiged tho leaders of tho
Octoboiist piuty to draft as Judicious
ii comproinlso as Is possible Tho
house proceeded to voto on the
nmondments to tho repuly, taking up
first tho woid "autocrat" following
tho i ejection of which thoio was a
Tho members of tho oxtromo right
ians or drhen them to tho moun
tains It Is reported 10.000 men.
women and clilldteu weio slain.
Mllaycts, through which the Turk
ish force is now passing, arc suff
ering similar fate It Is Ibrahim's
avowed Intention to make n clean
sweep of the Armenian Christians In
the entire territory
timt law, tho employers' liability
bill, the pioject. of creating .a
department or lnbor, with a
secretary, In tho president's cab
inet, tho eight hour labor bill,
tho abuse of Injunction measurci
and thu bill relating to nllon labor
on tho Panama canal.
.Mr, Cannon ls charged with'
having voted or rated against
the Interests or organied labor In
the consideration or cacn of these
measures. Iho proclamation ap.
peals to organied labor to strive
lor the dbre.it or Mr. Cannon aa
speaker of tho sixtieth congress
by requeatlng nil central bodies
and local inlous to pass resolu
tions asking tho lepresentatives
or their lespectlvo districts to
vote against his iv.eiectlon and to
appoint committees to wait upon
these members nn d present tho
need or his doreat
NOI APPLY TO CZAR
held a lain led concl.ivo In a corner oj
tho chamber and Count Dhorroro de
clined that tho monnichlsts could
not participate in a vote on nn ad-
diess in which the emperor wns
shorn of his llghtful pierogatlves.
Theieupou t'O of tho exti enlists left
tho chamber. 1'iofcssor Milukoff, ou
behalf of tho Constitutional Demo
crats, oxpiessed his willingness to
accede tho omlsslou ot tho specific
.word "constitution" and the moder
ate meiuliois ot tho right followed
iwilt, ndlieilng to tho Octoboii3t pro
gram. The diinin thon took up a sar-
les of minor amendments that had
been promised by M. Dhowskl of
Win saw, which related to tho aspira
tions of tho Poles and tho other
bubordliiiita nationalities of the em-
plie, and i ejected all of "theso by
nn inimoiibo majority. Thereupon the
,PiIes declared that they wpuld ro
fialn fnm ftliiRi
n amoudinent suhinitted by tho
members of tho Group ot Toll, wl
passed censuio upon the emperor's
coup d'etat of Juno 10, nl) was "re
lertnil. Illlfl tlin I'lMlinLlllnllvno nr'liiu
-- ..... .,... .-u.k. , vn w. t,.q
party, numbering threo. wlthdroW..
The Socialists ns a body wero ahsrij
miring mo iien.iio, tiio remaining
paitles In tiio duma accepted tho ad
Hast T.lvorpool, O., Nov, 27.-T"
Stopping out it tho way or onw
train, V, J, McCluro, Howard
McCluro and Honry ltedmond irij
killed today by another,
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