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MY PURPOSE TO ]
MY DEBT OF I
Great Commoner at Banq
His 60th Birthday Says H(
the Honors of Public Offie
Depend Upon What He D<
What They Do for Him.
New York, March 19.-William Jen
nings Bryan declared here tonight that
his ambition was not to enjoy the hon
ors of public office, but to discharge
as fully as possible his debt of grati
tude to the American people.
This was the Nebraskan's first pro
nouncement on the democratic presi
dential nomination since the announce
ment of his brother in 'Lincoln in
larch 9th that the "commoner" would
not vote for 'United States Senator
G. M. H1itchcock If he were elected
a delegate to the national convention.
\Ir. Bryan made known his stand in
a speech at a dinner at the Aldine
Club arranged in celebration of his
sixtieth birthday anniviersary by
friends and admirers of all parties.
This address was the first on a speak
ing tour that will embrace many
After submitting some concltsions
drawn from thirty years or experl
vnces in the arena of ,politics, lr. Bry
"Even in my youth I had no doubt
of the final triumph of every right
(Ous cause andil my failt is eveni great
er now since I have seen reformn after
reform accompidislied and great lritnci
jies, that were at first scoffed at, writ
ten into he unrepealable law of the
"No one alis been happier tIan I
in the eharacter and constancy of his
fri ends or more generously rewarded
for labor in tit( political vineyard. NIy
ambition is not to enjoy the htonors
of oillev, but to diseltarge as fully as
I catn the debt of gratitule I owe to
the American people.
"I am aware that my place itt Iii
toly will not depend upon wliat others
do for me, but upon what I ai able
to do for iy country. If a kind Irovi
dence adds years to my life they will
be slient in ai earnest effort to aid in
tutting the American peopile in cotm
plete control of their government, and
to proiote peace amlionig all the na
tions, to the end that the conselence
of our country and the world may
mnore surely and Ilore speedily over
throw iijuistice and establish amnoig
men tite nearest possible approacli to
the tneasuIre of rowards."
"leware of 'the dai" was the sub
ject of the Nebraskan's address. Coin
paring civilization to a nighty river
wlich -will not he dlenied, Ite listed oh
sttuctions whiIchi havie been swept
away inl his lifetime and those which
he declared must go.
lIn thle ilatter Class lie iplaced the
rtofi teer, prtivate monoptoly, obstacles
to the wvage-ear'ner's prtogretss and( thc
farmuer's advance, atnd the trules of thie
linoited States senate, w hi ch he declar-'
ed should(1 be changed so as to allow
a tmajori ty to close (debate and coinpel
11(e suggested "thr ee retiedies that
sitrpass all others in effecti tienes"
freedomt of sl(eecht, sutplin lg of ('it'
zen~ 'withI "I irpibl t11e chtatinels oi
information,'' ''a governoment bullet in
not a ntewspapier'," atnd faith in t he in
telligencee and capacity of the people
ie trefuised Ito "admiit thec posslIbil ity3
of tevol ution in tlte U nit ed States.''
"'If the people's will is obstrtueled'
the force that acumuilatIes behindm thlo
harier is Ithe gutar'anty Ithat it will
lie iremUoved'(," he sid. "if temporart
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e-His Place in History Will
es for People of U. S Not
damage is done in the transition from
the abnormal condition, caused by the
obstruction, to the normal condition
of progress, the blame Is not upon
those who remove the fetters placed
upon the people's will, but upon those
who are foolish enough to deny the
right of the people to have what they
want in government.
"We can better understand the -poll
leal situation which we have to meet
today if we bear in mind three prop
First, that greed and selfishness
are aloways attempting to obstruct hu
"Second, that the sooner an obstruc
tion to the public will is removed, the
better for all concerned.
"Third, right always triumphs in the
"The league of nations, with our na
tion a member, is the highest tribu
nal that has been conceived by the
mind and heart of man, and our na
tion's influence in the league should
go far toward making war impossible
by cultivating the spirit of brother
hood. Our nation's representatives in
the league shouild be elected in dis
tricts by popular vote."
Among obstructions which Mr. Bry
an said he had seen swept away were
efforts to prevent enfranchisement of
"Woman's influence is needed Just
now to silence O)piositiol to the pro
hibition amendment and to hasten the
day of universal peace," declared lr.
liryan. "Woman's influence is needed
throughout the 'world to oppose uni
versal military training and provide
for a referendum on war except in case
Turning to obstructions lie said were
still to be swept away, Mr. Bryan con
"One is lead by the prollteer who Is
vain enough to suppose that civiliza
tion will halt at his command. Ie
owes his existence to the opportuni
ties by the war.
"The obstruction must be removed
and the sooner it is removed the
easier will be the return to the period
of honest prices and fair deeling. We
need commissions in states and cities
for the investigation of charges of ex
tortion with laws for the 'punishment
of the guilty. If this is not sufflcient,
it may become necessary to regulate
the middleman's profit as 'we now
reguilate the interest that the hanker
"'Another great problem that lpress
('s upon us for soluation is that present
ed by the private lmonoipoly. All the
benefieiari es of mionopo113 ly are assembtl
ing ini one( army and~ uinder' one leader
ship to challenge the right of the
lpeople to own andi~ operate natiiial
mi~o)o os in the In terrst of the inub
lie. ft matteis not in what form the
i ssuie is p resented, whetheir in thle
isue is priiesente (d, whethe (r In iheor
porate ownership of muini c ipal fran -.
c'hise or in the pirivate ownership of
telegr'alines, lep'honie lines, or the
ra ilruoad lines, it In ani ob.truct ion
that must he removed.
"I hellieve in opitiminism---not In an op
Iimismn thiat is lind to dangeris anrd
Ignores evils thmat needi cori'ect ion. but
an opitimismi bulilt ui')on conflienin
the virtue andi intelligene' of ouri
people. (1o niot adm1)1It the( piossi
bility or re(voluition in thle I'nited
States. Itallots in the hands of all ere
chieaper andi( imore effectIve t han hbuI
lets, anid the peopule w'ill use theum to
re(formn all abuses be(foreC they reach
a pinlt whiere( thle thlough~lt of revolu
t ionai'y r'emfedies will be~ toler'a ted."'
To beSona the Opern: fouse
Visualizations of some unusual
chaiacter types ar'e a feature of the
big Chine cinem drama, "The E~yes
of the World," to b~e shown at the
Opera House Tihiursday and Friday.
iiai'old Bell Wi'ight's novel, on which
tihe photo production Is founded, Is
ich in types, and the utmost care has
been used In the recreation of these
foi' the screen.
'It has been assertedl that there is
not a hackneyed chuaracter' in "The
Eyes of the World," and the story
Is both idyllic and melodramatic, but
Its melodlrama ia of the finest type.
'Pairticuilarly in the drawing of Sybil.
the mountain girl; Le~range, the
novelist; Tailne, the ,physical wreck of
a misspent life, and 'Henry 'Marsten,
the convict, has the author shown his
unusual powers of characterization.
The burned-out rouie, TPaine, contirasts
Jstrongly with the ingenious young ar
tist, Aaron King, ambittous for fame,
but who is on the point of debasing
his talent for the easy way to success
and becomes the shining mark of a
Then there is Conrad LeGrange
the cynical story-writer, who con
fesses that he "haunts the Intellec
tual slaughter pens" for material for
his "successful" stories, but in whose
heart still burn many of the kindly
sentiments of his earlier days. Again,
there is James, Rutlidge, the bull
necked art critic, "born, bred and
reared in an atmosphere that does not
tolerate purity of thought," who cov
ets the sweet young girl of the moun
tains, whose character typifies their
-beauty, purity and strength.
Besi4es, there are John Willard,
the convict, who plays an important
part in the story, after his escape
to the wandering life of the hills;
Myra Willard, a pitiable bit of flot
sam on the sea of humanity; and
Brian Oakley, the forest ranger, a
hardy, rugged and fearless specimen
A quaint touch is added in the 'pIc
ture of Yee Kee, the keen, devoted
Chinese servant, who adds many a
light and humorous touch to the pic
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