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OF YOUR COLD
The quick way is to use
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Also Opposes Cummtings for Commit
tee Chairman if lie Supports Jersey
Man. Edwards Scored for Stand on
Norfolk, Va., Jan. 21.--In an address
today under the aospices of the Anti
saloon league, William J. Bryan an
nounced his opposition of Governor
E, dward of New Jersey a's the nomineo
of the Democra'tic party for presiden
cy and declared that if Chairman
Homer S. Cummings' address of last
night at the banquet in honor of Gov
ernor Edwards correctly expressed his
attitude, that he would oppose him for
chairman of the national Democratic
I Mr. Bryan's bitterest attack was on
"Mr. EdIwards has picked out my
own state, Nebraska, to launch his
campaign in." 'Mr. Bryan went on.
"But I'll never be a delegate to the
national convention," he declared.
Referring to Mr. Cummings' speech
at the banquet, .\lr. Bryan emphati
"If that is Cummings' attitude, he'll
never be chairman of the Democratic
committee again if I can help it."
Richmond, Va., Jan. 21.-William J.
Bryan, pseaking here in the interest of
the prohibition drive, tonight launched
an attack on Homer Cummings, na
tional Democratic chairman.
'Mir. Bryan declared that Cummings'
must either separate from Governor
I(wards of New Jersey or resign as
head of the Democratic party. "The
Democratic party is too near to me
to ever consent to have its Interests
allied with those of the liquor inter
est," said Mr. Bryan.
Nearly 3,000 people were packed in
the city auditorium to listen to the
commoner. Mr. Bryan was greeted
with thunderous applause as he en
tered the building.
Mr. Bi3ryan scored Governor Edward
I. Edwards for his stand on the pro
hilbition question and flayed Cummings
for his apparent support of the New
"The Democratic party is too near
and deal' to me to allow me to let is
be buried with the liquor interests,"
said Mr. Bryan.
"'If I am elected i delegate to the
national convention and my state in
structs ime to vote for Mr. IEdIwards,
I would refuse ti serve. I won't join
with .Mr. M'dwards in trying to turn
lie Democratic party over to the
"If. the chairman," said .\lr. Bryan,
referring to ('tumm ings, "lasn't sense
enough to know better than to join
in a .hoom for a candidate like that,
lie hasn't sense enough to be on tlie
Mr. Bryan took a fling at Governor
Edwards again tien he referred to
reports that Glovernor ''dwards had
annoufnend his candidacy for iresi
dent in Nebraska and Virginia.
"I don't know wvhy .\lr Edwards
went to Nebraska to announce his
anulidne,' said .\lr. iryan, "nless
lie wanted a hot tight. And if hie (lid,
hei suret 'aime to thie right place. It'
.\ii'. Edwards ('omeis dlown' herie, I want
you to be ready for him."'
.\r. Hriyanu idi that. the liiuuioir in
te rests werie going to take ( thet fir1st
against nati:on-w ide p rohb ition into
potlit ies anad try to cilect a "'wet" pres i
dent oni a ''wet'' pilatfoirm. Ii(' ant
noun ced he could( bring evidenace to
Many members of the state assenm
bly weire in the aui en'e and to thbent
.\lr. Br'yan diriectedl an appeal that
thei woman's suffrage amiendmenti he
ratifIed at this session.
E nemies May Attorney General Side
stepped issue at Se'dit ionj Hill Henr.
ingA. Attaceks' on Hills Mtaude on the
Floor of Ihouse.
'W~'ington, .Jan. 23.-Attacks on
pendIng anti-sedlition bills not 01n1y
cont inued today be(fore the house rules
committee butt spreadl to the floor of
the house, Republicans andi Democrats
joining inl opplositiont to the measures
which were in turn dlefcndled by memt
bers of bo0th parties.
Republican members of the ruiles
committee at. the resumpttion of hear
lags on the 'Sterling and Graham bills
charged that Attorney General Pal
mer. had "sidlestelpped" the issue after
asking to be permittedh to present the
needis for addhitional legislation to
prosecute radicals. Representative
Rodenberg, of Illinois, one of the Rie
publlican members of the committee,
after charging that the attorney gen
eral hadut developed "a lplaln case of
cold feet" anrounced ,that tomorrosw
he wvouild offer a motion resuiesting
MIr. Palmer to appear before thme com
TPhe attor'ney gener'al in a state
ment later i uth dlc(ay (denied that lie
ever had promised his support for
eihrte Sterling oir lie Grauhaim
bills andl said that the measoure intro
duced bty Representativye D~avey, Denm
ocr'at, Ohio, embodied his idleas on
were made by Representatives Browne,
Republican, [Wisconsin, and Huddles
ton, Democrat, Alabama, the latter de
claring that "Industrial unrest might
be converted into political unrest by
such measures." Representative
Hurke, Republican, iPennsylvania,
broke into the debate to say that the
Pennsylvania state law relating
"strictly to sedition" has been -used
during strikes to prohibit "even two
or three workers meeting in a hall."
The forces In the house favoring the
measures were led by Representative
Musted, Republican, New York, who
however objected to the first two see
tions of the Graham bill, and Repre
sentative Blanton, Democrat, Texas,
who declared the Republican steering
coniiteei had favored the proposed
sedition bills until they were opposed
by organized labor "and ir. Goipers
caine 'with a veiled threat to the Re
"The biggest autocracy in this
countr yis that which stopped this
bill," declared the Texas representa
tive, adding that if members of con
gress would vote their own Judgment
they would pass the measure and "let
Mr. Gompers go to hell."
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and prevent com
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