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hut are leading inthe forward
march of mankind' he'say?.
jThe progress ,in jtheuUlnitedJ
States, he says, js showi by adop
tion of the.AustraHan'jjallot, and
, -. -
When Bryan recites the fpl-
lowing verse, by Byron, at the
close of-his new, speech, he,
thrills vast audiences- ThoSe -who
heaHhis famous "cross
of goldan,d crown pi thorns"
say that this climax isevejv
more impressive' '., t
"The dead have. beenawakr
." ' Shall J sleep ?A"
The world's at war wJi
h '' tyrants 4 t
Shall I crouch'? '.
I The harvest's t "ripe and I
' pause to rep; " '. '.
I slumber notthe thorn is in
h - ..s .
Each day atrunfpet soundetn
' in my ear, '
Its echo in my heart" w
the growth in the primary, sys
tems. The tendency toward pub
licity, in all things of govern
ment, showed process. The Re
mand for publicity of campaign
funds publicity of newspaper
f names of the men wno recom
mend the appointment of judges
to the president are all signs -of
the fact that shortly' the cornmon
citiEens of the United States will
own and control their own coun
The difect election" "of Unitecl
States senators, he Jays, will sure
ly coined "shortly.
fSend progressive delegates to
the1 Baltimore convention," he,
pleads. "It dqst the Democratic
party a million and a quarter
votes last election to turn their
party over, tp Wall street. How
many more votes will it cost us
if we do thesame thingtjus time?
- '5Ve must have a pVpgressiye
5CQnvj2fttiqnl and a, progressive
platfprnr-a'ndgi progressive candi
4te; ' t
GOOD THINGS TO EAT
, Esther Doughnuts, Beat three
$gg$ -ti$I light, add one and one
half cupfuls of sugar. Beat again.
SiftjBte level teaspoonful of soda
irjto a cupful of sour cream add
to the sugar and eggs, tfteh add.
one small teaspoonful of salt, one
teasp,oonful of cmamon. andhalf
a grated nutmeg. -Mix with suf
ficient flour jomake a soft dough.
Roft-about half an-inch thick, cut
out and fry in hot lard.
JRye Pancakes. One pint of
rye meal, l-pint each of corn
ntear and flour, 2 eggs, a large
tablespoonful of molasses, 1 tea
sooonful of soda and 2 of cream
''of' tartar, a small teaspoonful of
sajf, and milk to make a smooth
batter. . Beat until very light.
Reinforced concrete is rapidly
establishing its place. A. 'freight
house has been , built of it 10
stories higvl09 feet wide and
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