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The St. Joseph
BQT?"0!n?T VOLUME XI. ST. JOSEPH, MO., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1918 NUMBER S. VOTE FOR THESE HEN AND BACK WILSON For They Are Loyal Patriotic Americans and Will Stand Behind America's Great President JUST HAVE TO VOTE The City Council by Kcwolution Woulil Force Men to Utlllo the Franchise. And Help Him to Win the War and Then Stand Back of His Peace Programme You ate a loil patriotic American one who has red blood, and jou love jourcountry ns you love jour wife, your children, your mother, or )our sweetheart. F6r this reason jou want to do your full duty and that Is to back up our great president In the stupendous task of winning this war which he Is pwlftly and surely doing- back him up In the Kreat task or re-adjustment which must surely come when this cruel war Is over. Of course you hae been backing him rlcht along as far as you could, You have bouKht IJberty bonds jou have given freclj to the lied Cross and all of the other noble war allcvlat- and then to! state, superintendent of schools. He has' filled the place with credit to the state and honor to himself and he must be re-elected to that honorable and high office In order that the chil dren of the stato may go forward steadfastly as they hae In the paat. Then there Is the position of Judge of the .Sipreme court of this great and Judge Waller W. Graes, one of the ablest Jurists of the state. Councilman Henry E. Grower hit the nail squarely on the head Monday night when at tho council meeting he Introduced a resolution which has for Its Intent the furthering of a movo ment to compel men to utilize the franchise and otc when election time comes on. To the credit of the coun cil It should be stated that It was parsed unanimous!, and copies of the resolution will be presented to the stato senator and representatives from this district, with the request that It be worked Into the state law's The resolution is a move in the right di rection as there are hundreds of men In Str-Joseph who do not go near tho polls, but who after election spend half of their time cus3lng the men elected. Here Is the Grosser resolu tion: Whereas, the duty of registration nnd suffrage was neer so Imperative upon right-thinking citizens as It Is right now. and every person upon I whom the obligation nnd privilege of ! rlt(7pn.hln fa rnnfrr.1 nirna It nu a iirr tju: woiuungmuv HAVU. ( Senator Jim Heed Is sending out one of his speeches a a campaign document, but unfor tunately for htm, the kti:er has no vote In Missouri. Ht. Joseph Gazette. No, but a great multitude of working men in Missouri hae, and are ready to give them to their friend for any office In the United States at any time. I A. II. Greene. Oregon, .Mo. IS OVER TWO BILLION Is on the ticket. He must be elected In order that the high reputation of Jcltlaenfchlp Is conferred owes it as a rifittlntln dllti- in oTArolaa tVia vlerVit nt our state court may be maintained. I franchise; and anyone falling so to do And there is a Judge right here at ,1s open to the charge of being a slack home who will be elected for he has made such ft good showing on the local bench that no one ha-s been put tip to run against him and that Is Ing agencies jou have given jour son, or your father, or some other! Judge I.awrence A. Vorlcs. relatlvo to the great cause and jou Kloit tho I'gl'lator. have worked and deprived yourself j And now comes five men who of many things that jou would have Snould be sent to tho legislature at liked had this war not been on and j Jefferson City n.s certainly as there In fact jou hae done many things -hall a tomorrow come for such men that you would not hae done only nre needed this time when a great war er and utterly falling in his duty ns a patriot.. He It resolved, that this council de Clares Itself as unqualifiedly In favor of u compulsory oting law and rec ommends the enactment of a law for that purpose to the senator and rep resentattves of tins county In the next general assembly. HITT IS PRESIDENT Tho .Majsvillc Live Wire Now llenili Uic Heal IVrtute lutercntn of tho State. DIED AS HE ASKED Co. CnlvlnNC. Colt Wanted to Go to Sleep and i:ternal Hest Came As He IXwIrei. Tlwt Is tliol Amount of tin Taxable Pioport) of the Great State of MlnOurl. If Bt. Joeph people aie afflicted with the Idea that Missouri Is not tnu'li of a state, thej have but to tak a glance at the figures as fixed by the .State Hoard of Equalization for the present year's taxes which stand at J2. 102,918, 292. The oard on Friday fixed the final valuatlon-of corpora tion proportj. The Increase on all the propet tj of the state over last j ear's valuation Is $161, 249,225. The bulk of tho Increase falls upon real efUe, the total being 2 1 1 2.104,358. Personal property stands an Increase of $35, 765.179. The Increase of the steam railroads SPENCER'S CAMPAIGN ' IS FIZZLING FROM FIGHTING STOCK Predion liens? Prjor, Who Gaic Hl IJfe I'or III Country In Frances I'restun Pierce Prjor, the twenu "The Republican Candidate For - '' "t Mr. and Mr .1 r. e ,. . , ,.,.. Prjor of Saxton, gave up his life i i jenator is ixoi ivjaKing Is only $1,949,687. Klectrlo linos are M-h.n ,i. ,.,,.. t hn ,), t i increased $393,845. Telephone com panies are Increased about $20V,000 I shall go to sleep and not awake to .. ' and telegraph companies $141,C87. know that the end Is near," was an as- Tho increased valuation on the Kan- sertlon that Col Calvin C. Colt, United sas City rallwajs Is approximately States commissioner and deputj $50,000. atlon of Missouri, held at Muehlebach Hotel, Kansas Cltj-, A. J. Hltt, of Majs Mile, Mo., was elected president; W. R. Jameson, vice-president, and W. E. Oraves, secretarj'-treasurer. but alreadj has 73 members. United States Investor. from the fact that jou are a lille,is on and they an- the state senator red-blooded American and you ns all 'atul four repn sentatlvis. other good Ameiicans saw that this I Thomas J. Ljsagrft is the candidate war must be won and you have here-'for stato senator. He has had much .tofore done your part but now comes j legislative cxpeilence nnd Is a man another added dutj who more than anj other knows what Must SujK)rl Pie-ldmt. Jthls district needs at Jefferson City This war was started In a demo- and knows how to get It. See that his cratlc administration It was fought name Is on jour ticket. under a democratic administration W. W. Wutklns is a trained and It Is now on the high road to surcers seasoned lavvjer Just the sort of a under a democratic administration man who can safely be sent to the nnd It must nnd will be concluded un-i legislature from tho First district and 'Missouri legislature. The Real Estate der a democratic administration. w-ho can be depended upon to do hlsJLoan Dealers' Association of Missouri There will be an election next .full duty and see that his part in the(Is u live organization, and is trjlng to month, Nov. 5 and at that time a great .vurk Is fully carried out. j have more equitable taxation laws en- number of senators and all ' of the And George M. Allison In the Sec- acted. It Is bnlj eight months old. members of the lower House of Con- ond district Is another whom all Du gress must be elected. It is Just as chanan county knows to be honest, essential that the' men so chosen to 'faithful and fully qualified to render represent, you In ,the next Congress IthU county the beat of service at the should ho Democrats and In line with coming session-. , President Wilson and his war policies. In the Third district Elbert F. as It Is for jou to have your dally iSpcncer Is so well qualified that he food tomorrow. These men must be should receive every vote. He Is a Democrat!) in order that they may be farmer who will tee to It that the In line with President Wilson's poll- i farming community of this county cies and give hi in-that united support gets what they are entitled to. which will ussure him that back of him I And then there Is James It. Hyrne and his actions are his friends, the 'in the Pirurth district, whose quallfl senators and congressmen", and back cations are above question and who of them are the people you who w-IIl represent the district which has sent them there with orders to back ,our great packing Interests with fWell- ty and distinction. The Count Court, The coming year above a! lothera should see a county court In control who will be able to face the great problems which will, come before It nnd dc so as successfully and concl- clerk of the federal court 1" the St. Joseph division, had often made to his friends and he meant It and the end came Just as he had asked, for when on Thursday morning his life long friend and companlun, W. S. Pollard, who occupied a roor. next to him at No. 224 North Eighth street, stepped Into Col. Colt's room 'o awak en him, ho found him seat 1 In his big Morris chair, with a n-wspapcr held in his hand, his glasses adjusted before his ejes and a read.ng lamp burning at his elbow. He- was appar entlj peacefully slumbering, but when Mr. Pollard sought to awaken him he found that tho nngel Azrael had At a meeting on September 20 of touched him and given him the sleep the Ileal Estate Loan Dealers' Assocl-!.trnni These valuations are placed on Kanas City Utilities; Kansas City Home Telephone Companj-, $1,663, G40, Knntus City Long Distance, $770, 279; Kansas City Hallways, $11,296, 223; Kansas City Terminal Hallway, $7,737,355. Tho valuation of leal estate and Headway IN FACT, HE IS GOING up his country and world' emocrs y Ion the battle front In France on pt. I It. H was killed In action whll go ing gallantly forward with hla ''or . 'rades in a victorious charge With I THE OTHER WAY life he paid the supreme prlca-tr- sacrifice that llbarty and fraedimi " should not perish from the earth. He He Has Full., I to 'ure II..' Flniiulnl Me h,8 imrenta hf ,urvlvtl by hl support Tlmt lie Had Hopt'l to Get brother, Polk Plerte Prjor. and a m--l'roiu Molfcl Hiid tin St. liul- In- ter. Pearl Pierre Pryor. trreMe and 1 Obliged to submit to' The youms eoldlsr rMpoftded to his .1... Humiliation of Having tho s,. call April t. IMS. and was lent to Camp Funfeton. whera he was l.uls Ho- saj He I Not lj-' trained and the wa. atuhl to the I'liougli for the place. , hednuarters nunranv of the 154th Infantry, with which unit he iit across and entered Into active sei It would not Hirpri-e the voter of!, June ,e graduate o' the Missouri to see Judge .elden P. Spen- Christian Brother College: a memt.-r cer nf St. Louis, who Is attempting to of Sllxton i Jos A. F. & A w . make the forlorn hope race for Unit- Hu,h We Prtyem Cammandwy of t ,. ed States senator against Jo-eph W.Knl(hta Telnpiar. Mitchell .coan. I rolk. gt out of the running and lultMolIa temple 'Mjstlc Shrine, and Ttol the contest, for as far as that oe,,,nt ,hBpter 0f the Order of Baste, n he is now In the situation where he,. He was R youn mnn of g,,le, might ut well. H he hus not the ghost dll attainments and a favorite with of a show. The fet that he has not. ii ,. j.n imrw him pergonal property was announced bj lmade a sueukl" Jat here '" 't- Js- The young soldier omes of flghm,. the board last spring, but corporation 'ph has caueed hta sov tliend' hec stock-of men who halped to xm.. valuations were Friday. not announced until unuch concern for if he can get any Col. Colt was one of the bt known and best liked" men In thU part of Missouri. He was alwajs Ji.vlal and good-natured, no matter ,whs.t might be his physical condition v hlch had New committees were appointed ,,, K.n rnl,it tnr eni-a nn,l no nne and arrangements made to properly Uas more accommodating or more present the Mortgage Recording Tax careful of the feelings of others. He I-aw before the tiext session of theLaa in his eightieth rar and was in fact almost a pioneer ,of Buchanan countj-, harvlng come to the Gaston vicinity when a young boy from his birthplace bt East Qroveland, N. Y. Ip the sixties he filled various dep uty offices, and for a luter jwlod was one of the old book firm of Wool worth k Colt. He has been commis sioner here for over fifteen years. He Is survived by his wfe and one acles of the office of county auditor. There is not a voter of any faith In the county but knows and admires 'daughter, the latter being Mrs, C. N JUGGLE YOUR TIME fjtaj Fp Until Two O'clock Tomorrow Morning mid set lather Time Hack. At 2 o'clock tomorrow morning you will have the opportunity to get even with old Daddy Time and pay him hltorv for this countrv. HU mater nal great grandfather. Capt. John H McNeill, who had already tetrei ,n the Mexican war, raised the first com pany of men In Da' les county when the civil war broke out. and Jom'i t votes at all It was hoped that this sec tion of the state would producethem but he Is not coming up to find out. Spencer has become so discouraged I with the outlook that he has eened making campaign speecnes urging ms thp army ot Gen Prlce jje fo 1K election. His sudden departure fromjthroulh tha battles In Missouri a I the stump is officially attributed vol-at the baltie of Lexington had a -. n untary halting of his speaking to the j klt1(Kl and one or hl9 ghoulders aim t prevalence of influena The tours tshot awav. After belnic woundr.l ,e vriui oiu uauuy lime anu pay nun i -- back for the worry and-trouble that I ha" uem".'"' l h'. M and . tent to Boomllle to recuoer ,te atllfiTknT'fs fj that UnaHAi.t AnnoiiliM I . . . .. ... .. j.K...T ...-W ...H-.iv. .,,..... jan(j vvniie mere was captures o t e the hopelifsne-s ot his oaiwe. federals, a-s was als another of h Spencer's supporters laugh at the g0n, Jese. The federals started ' r ifllmy excuse for his failure to com- 5t. Louis with their prisoners, but . u plcte his campaign and fight to thehe wav Je escaped. Capt Mc 'end. They have pointed out that Neill was held at St Loals for thi. .Joseph W. Folk, his Democratlo op- months and finally while an est h n we he has caused jou for the past tix months by his sprinting ways which i he forced jou to adopt In order to keop up with him. Now you can get even. Stay up until old Time puts out his right hand to toiich the two o'clock hour. nnnont la ml btnr. ta ,,ifi,M BnAantiA. ' -.,..- -.. ....... ..i-. Then Just reach up, grab that T , . , i V S n.o -- I rrf.it ill,!! Ill ntul tint' tit A b t.A a rt4fel -.-.. .. m extended hand of his and give It a, """"" "" """ "'"- -" jcapeu ami i.eu wunoui a cent r """" " "" 'WW " """ mi-ic mone) in m pocKeis. lie man .g' i Finch of Kansas Cltj-, who oame here Thursdaj upon receipt of the news of his death and hid the remains taken up and sustain yout- president. And tills Is the way In which every citizen of St. Joseph, of, Buchanan countj' of the Fourth Congressional, and every other congressional district of the state aim of the full state of Missouri can support the President hiin nnd his ability. He will be elect ed. Emmett J Crouse has had a simi lar experience In the office of the clr-lto Kansas City Friday morning. In cult clerk and men who know areterment will take place there tomor the men whom the people will elect 'row afternoon and a large number of and Emmett J Crouse Is the man. St. Joseph people as manv as will Artemus Ferrll comes from a fam-be permitted will attend. The mem Ily of the best In the countj- and he hers of the Buchanan county bar es- wrench so sharp as to dislocate it and then drag it back a whole hour and you will be avenged. Tomorrow morning is the time when all clocks will be turned back an hour, and when the people-will return for the time being to the system that was In vogue before the great war In which .Spencer 111 safet)' from no Influenza and In which could talk to voters anyep?demle. Xu Ilnnnclul Siipixiit The failure of the National Kepub r to make his way to Chilllcothe. i h where he recuperated ami then went to his old home in Virginia where he raked an Independent eumpHny 't over 3,000 men which ha eomm. n i i Hean committee to greet Spencer and leten huSh attached to the comn.tr T a delegation of Kpublicnns from St of the famous "Stonewall" Inc- the world Is now Involved was started, j I'OUls with open arms and a big dona- )Und'r whom he and his men f" Hon when the party visited Washing "' "B ul "le maB' "" CHOKED OFF BUSINESS IK t hos the ability and the knonledgeland the tact to conduct the office of coun ty clerk with credit to the people who will elect him and honor to himself. See that his name Is on your ticket. John Porter Srlte has had to do with financial affairs all of his busy life and he will take care of the of- entlously as has the present court 'ce ot collector In such a way that which vvlll step down with the com- lle '" hliVe no trouble when four Ing of the new year. 'The new court ears ro,,a around In being elected as will have many Intricate financial h,s own successor. nuts to crack and much revenue to Stephen K. Owen will see to It that atlve to early closing at 3 p. m handle and therefore they must be l'le office of prosecuting attornej Is and cheerfullj compiled. There was men of known pioblty, honesty, and f"le'l w"h such credit that no one but one exception noted, that being gifted with that knowledge which wlll,t,an sa' aught against It. He will rig- Florlan Johannes of H13 South Six enable them to hew straight to the ''' Bnii successfully enforce the laws teenth street, who was arrested for line and give the people of Buchinun os i10 'inds them on the statute books not closing his grocery-, bnt he denied county a wise and benlflcent admin- an no favor will be shown to the knowledge of the order an4 was not Istratlon. In addition to their new , Person who wilfully breaks the state's .fined, duties will be the expenditure of manv mandates ' The grippe situation has shown a thousands of dollars on the roads of i Harry C. Yates has filled the office tendency with the coming of cold this county and men of, perception of recorder of this county so success- 'weather to modify Its ravages, and must ba the ones to handle this sue- fu"' arul vve" ln nls 'our y"i".' of In- the indications are that Ii will soon cessfuly unj to the best "interests of cumbency that no one desires or con- be under complete control. the taxpajejp. templates any change in that well or- And their names are on the ticket ,l,erei1 unl ullI conducted office. In the persons of Judge John II. Mc- " The Iaiw Fnforfers, and his policies. I'VIk nuj Boolicr. -Tou have a United States senator to elect to succeed the lamented Stone. A worthy successor Is ln the field in the person of ex-Qoverrtor Joseph W. Folk a man whose ability and statesmanlike qualities, have teen fully tried and tested and have stood everj- test and whom Piesldent Wil son has signified his desire to have In the upper house, to help him and you can help the president by going to the polls and seeing that the name of Joseph W. Folk Is on jour ticket. And then there Is Congressman Charles F. Booher, whose long and distinguished services have been like wise recognized by the president and who wants him sent back to help to complete the great work now so well Clanahan, who will head tho court us ! And again here comes the law en- In progtess and In all of which Con- its presiding Judge. He Is a man who forcers in the persons of he Justices gressman Booher has given a willing has had previous, experience on this of the peace, who are the primary and loyal hand and support some thing that no new man could do, and who would not have formed a speak ing acquaintance in Congress bf fore the war was over and whom It would take years before he had secured the knowledge and experience that 'Con gressman Booher already possesses which added to the fact that he has duiing all ot this trying period stood squarely at Wilson's back and voted for every war measure makes It im perative that he must b returned so see that his name Is on Jour ticket. Ttvo State Candidates. And then there are two Igyal patri otic candidates on the state ticket that must be given the seats that they are asking for In order that they may also give the help that will Ue at their oinmand to th tea vice of rliu Presi dent . corted the remains from where they lay In state at the Heaton-Be-Gole chapel Friday forenoon, to the train. Col. Colt was one of God's noble men he will be missed and sadly missed. to check the spread of the epidemic, It Is but necestary for jou to come down at nights. Not only were all stores closed at CLOSING GKNIIHAL 4.IUPPE HlTTTEIt The merchants and all business men and Institutions of the cltj observed the orders of the board of health rel- ten last week apparently marked tho finale of an active Spencer campaign When Otto F. Sttrtfel. "angel' of many Republican campaigns In St. Louis, and other big contributors to former Republican campaigns declin ed to donate monej to finance Spen- Tlie Hoard of Health and the Major; Will Stop the Spread of the i:pldeinlc. If jou do not think that drastic measures were resorted to by the Board of Health and Mayor Whltsell 'cerY campaign, Spencer virtually gave ! collIlty a killed up the race and decided to devote his his famous commander, he was day mistaken for an enemy vvhll a reLonoIterlng expedition, and m t tally wounded bj one of his u command He died a short time a't. he received his wound. Ills uncle, T. F 'Poor, of t! in the oattl" Lexington He was the brothet c time to writing letters to a few lie- "' "" lto,K' ' rur' ww """"r ol ",B publican leaders and trust to them to!Klt,ed OUP3 so,dler ,low dead '" a work up enough interest In their dls- foreign land. CRIPPE FIGHTERS WORK 6 p m., but we pool halls and saloons trlcts to give him a creditable hovv all came under the ban and drug jng even In defeat. Stores ana OaKeries were tne only When President Wlbiiin in J fete. 'Tho 1llcnV ).,, Illiv (lr, ant,.. !in.l ones allowed to sell and they only gram to Folk, indicated pNinty to the, Work to Help Mump Out drugs and bread and Its bl-products Voters, of MUsourl that he desires the1 the Plague. The authorities propose to stamp .It J election of Folk as United States Sen-1 out and keep It stamped out. Ltor from this state to teamwork with' Th'' c't'"ns' committee appoli -c 1 him ln winning the war. the Spencer b- MaJor Whltsell to asUt the b.mrd adherents virtually gave up the ram hRltn ln t"nipmg out the grippe as a lost cause plague Is hard at work an ha net .. i, . .. - v. with tome succes. A meeting w is Spencer, rebuff! on all side.i when Ii: speech-making campaign, and decided to minimize his personal campaign WILL KUXT HUNT AND SQUIHIXS. The Republican News-Press saw fit In Its editorial columns Thursday to attack two of the Democratic candi dates for county Judge. The two at tacked parties shruild at once send the editor of that "Independent" publloa- held at the Commerce Ctnb rooms Mondai. at which time all of th. le asked for support, called off his appolnl6d were pwent a,ld taiJ t I. a plan of procedure. It was outlined that all influenza. tion a handsome present for this un called for attack Insures their elec "P61""- n'l piepare for a graceful aBd pnfumonta funer,u kaM tion. It is notorious that any candi- ,Iefeat b nla Democrat!., rival. i private anS PolU'e offlcors were notorious that any candi date that tho .'ews-Press opposes Is alwajs elected. bench and he knows. He Is fully courts of the countj-. conversant with county affairs and John W. Wilson has so admirably will give the people nn administration conducted his office and been so !m-! with which no fault "can be found i partial that there Is no talk or thought And there Is his associate, James 'of a successor to him. C. Hunt, In the First district, whd Is a I Judge Lyman W. Forgrave has business man of wlda experience and made such a capable and fearless law who has lived here so long that county enforcer that he is the same as re elected as he will be. Charles A. Loomls has dispensed Justice with a Gainful nnd concientl- affalrsnre to him as an open book. Andwith him Is George Ii. Squires, who has had much experience In pub lic affairs and who knows Jiut how oils hand and will be returned with to do things at the right time and In tan Increased majorltj-. the right place, Oilier Count) OHlivrs. Judge A. B. Duncan has presided over the destines of the probate court for our .veur and he has never had a compUlub and no one c-un make une and do It successfully therefore he will be returned 4 Will It. Campbell has for four years Ue) W, Lamkh: 1 the preheat itate t.s chief deputy mattered the Intrlc-' Jack GorJon is a new man. but he has the ability and the knowledge to make and will be a model Justice, And last hut not least there Is the constable of Washington township in the person' of Walter S. Patten, who had made good and will again. If you have the names of the above mentioned on jour ballot Nov, S jou can make no mUtake. Democrats, Do Your Duty ! This is the LAST DAY, Mr. Democrat that you can, register the last day on which you can put yourself in shape to support President Wilson and his great administration. If you have not registered go to the COURT HOUSE AT ONCE and place your name on tlje books. You cannot vote, this year if you are not newly registered. v All previous registrations are null and void. REGISTER TODAY and do YOUR PLAIN DUTY. .Stlfel, In an Interview In a St. Louis Spencer- Hepublican organ, is quoted as sajlng he would not support Speii- cer, and that in his opinion the elec tion would.be a "walkover" for Folk. Stifel told the t Louik Republic ithat Spencer is not "big enough" for the position of United states .nator and that he Mould not contribute to a campaign fund for his election. tAlled to attend all funerals and that the order was carried out. All doctors and undsmksrs wb. not complj with rule-, laid down hHVH their name publtaWd. le sed KOIIItUT I. YOUNG s.LU A si C- UIJN.S, The great Jer sale of Kolwn t Young at Larchmont Stock Farm. "A United ritatex Senator .mould be gouH, of the cH. last MoMa w.u a man who Is known bejoud the con- one of the gieatet held in this cojt. fine of hU own communltj for some- ty for years. The attendance w n thing he has done.' Stifel declared, greater than even Mr Young had "Speneei Is not known for any great ettue to expect, buver . omlas fro-n thing he ha done, or that would at- ovr twenty state In the Union Th tract wide Interest. He .Imply is not bidding was spirited and the' eompe big euongh for the Job. "Jaj L. Torrey would have ntaiie a better race than Spencer. He hus a national reputation, and at least Is widelj known to the heme folks. Judge Henrj I.amm would have made a good race. He has done several things thut have attracted much at- titlon for Mr. Young's chotee offer- I ing keen. The JK-Iee received vv-r the top and but further disclosed that as a breeder and raioer oftine .c Mr. Young stands In the front rank German uuthoriU ought to begin, debating the efflcacj of a deathbed tentioii outside of his own eommunUy. llientance. Citato County Demo- Spetuer has done koveral worthy l'rt. . minor things, but he doesn't measure -.. .1In.i. .w...... - up t oth Job he seeks.' - AHsvourU Ho has ee 1h ths pulitt-, III the published interview. Stifel cat ganje long nMh to talk with throws several Interesting kidellghts suthoritj mh RepubHvwn conditions on Republican political conuitlons In fn r, the inatJo.