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BRYAN, IN SIGNED ARTICLE WRITTEN ESPECIALLY
FOR DAY BOOK, FORECASTS G. O. P..CONVENTION n yiJrL $. J---, x9HRP H jssfe- t- ? . & EsSim? Wflliam Jennings Bryan; from his latest photograph, taken es pecially for The Day Book. By William Jennings Bryan. I (Copyright, 1912, by the Newspaper Enterprise tAssn.) The Chicago convention promises to be the most exciting ever held in the history ofv the country, provided, of course, there is no surrender before the battle. Never before have we had a president, fighting for a second term, pitted against an expresident, fighting for a third term. This alone would make it a' battle of giants, but an inexhaustible quantity of red fire is supplied for the celebration by the fact that the contestants, once bosom friends, are bitter enemies. N . Whatever may be the cause of feud exists,, and no feud among the feud, there is no doubt that a mountaineers has ever been more v.j v r 'f ' 15 f4 A'