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VOL. XL VI.-XO. 14,194. , , v PORTLAND, OREGOX, WEDXESDAY. JUXE 6, 1906. , . PRICE FIVE CENTS.
I I ." -
Richards, W. S.. Soc 2,945
HolTs majority ..10.370
SECOND CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT.
For Representative la Concrna.
Ellis. W. R.. Ren '. ..ll.fi!
Graham, James Harvey, Dem 3.652
Paul. A. M . Soc 1 an
Stone. H. W., Pro L192
He Leads by 1 17 Votes;
Ellis' plurality '. 7,971
FOl'HTH JIDICIAL DISTRICT.
For Circuit judge." Dept. No. 2.
Llchtenthaler, George W Soc 1.156
Sears. Alfred F., Jr., Rep-.'. 11.874
lounir, Oglesby, Dem.. 4.302
Sears' plurality 7,572
For Circuit Judge, Dept. No. 4.
Gahtenbeln, C. U.. Ren....,'.. .12.220
Mlnck, John, Soc 1 240
Nicholas, H. B., Dem 3i471
BOURNE HAS 1813 PLURALITY
Gantenbein's plurality 8,719
17TH' SENATORIAL DISTRICT.
For Joint State Senator.
Multnomah and PlHrkaniaa f'nnnttpa
Bailey. A. A.. Rep .....11.459
Ehalntnan, Joseph. Soc..'. 1274
Flcgel, A. F., Dem 4.150
BY OVER 2
Governor Is Chosen to
Chamberlain Carries Multno
mah by 330 Votes.
Bailey's plurality 9.185
17TH REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT.
For Joint Representative.
Multnomah anrt Clnrknmaa
Campbell. James U., Rep'. .'...11,863
Meindl. Joseph. Soc 12 To
Nelson, A. P.. Dem 3629
SELLW00D PRECINCT WET
Annexation of Adjacent Territory
Adds 5000 to Portland's Popu
lation Suffrage Amendment
Defeated by 4170 Votes.
Campbell's plurality 8,234
18TH SENATORIAL DISTRICT.
For State Senator.' ''" .
Beach, S. C. Rep ...11 ijs
Francis, Dem ..3,431
is... OC I 2S2
F., Pro 899
Black's plurality 7,697
For County Judge.
Meacham, M. B.. Pro rj
Van Zante. John. Dem 6,i5J
ESTIMATED PLURALITIES IN
United States Senator, Jonathan
Bourne, Jr. (Rep.), 18IS.
Governor, George E. Chamberlain
Supreme Judge, Robert Eakln. 0151.
Representative In Congress. Second
Ditrlcti W. R. Ellis (Rep.). 7074.
Circuit Judges. Fourth District. Al
fred F. Sears. Jr., (Rep.), 7300; C. U.
Gantenbeln (Rep.), 8750.
Against equal suffrage amend
Against new local-option law,
Webster, Lionel R., Rep..
"Webster's plurality .'.
For County ComnilsnIonrr.
Barnes. Frank C, Rep
Sladden. Thomas. Soc "!'"
Folen. N P Sr,.
Simmons, J. E., Ind
Stevens. Robert L.. Rep..'.;""""'
Word, Tom M Dem.......
Word's plurality 32
For County Clerk.
Fields. Fmnv a nsn
Osborn, Samuel. Soc. ."..II"""
raget, j. pro
BOURNE FOR SENATOR, 2500
Other Republicans May Have
HAWLEY AND ELLIS SAFE
Legislature Is Overwhelmingly Re
publican Woman Suffrage and
Local Option Are Beaten
by 10,000 Each.
i. ora is tne victor In one of
the closest political fights ever waged for
Sheriff in Multnomah County. With the
returns practically complete. Word leads
Stevens by 117 votes. The contest aroused
me Keenest interest, and political head-
me tsnerlff's office, nd the
county Clerk's office were thronged all
day yesterday by eager watchers, who
watcneo. the tide of battle ebb and flow.
Stevens carried the West Side by the
uecisive majority. Word was the victor
on the Bast Side and in the country pre-
Next to the contest for Sheriff that for
Governor absorbed most of the attention
at me political headquarters. As fore
casted in The Oregonia
lng Chamberlain has carried Multnomah
uu.iLy Dy jju votes. Jonathan Bourne,
Jr., has a plurality of 1x13 vni
Multnomah contributed largely to the
defeat of the woman's suffrage amend-
V. . if ",a-ur'ly against giving women
the right to cast ballots being 4172. The
new local option law was defeated by
the decisive majority of 172.
The Republican state. legislative. Judi
cial and countv tickets o,iwi .i -
... . . - H lilt
ty by large pluralities.
, th . T?1 M""S contest
hH tlat..w,afed ,n the P"cincts which
Kn-,.T j . ? electln- Precinct 37,
"r,"' wnlcn a b'tter contest pre
. "7L5 une.wet y 150 votes. In this
,-. "Y lulal registration was
tni .hn. . WM 4S0' .tne be
non r - :r?Ta-la the
. j vi amaavits. in
; rB located the Oaks
Mount Hood Brewerv
ITS f?J Prohibition. 'an Met"
' ' os' 4- a"d 67 against
Eighty-three per cent of the total Z
the total v ; ' , . c "I!r was .
The vote in detail for
For Count t Tresmr...
Dorfman, M. E.. Soc ..
Lewis, John M., Rep I.
Miller, Karl A.. Pro ...
Watts, F. A.. Dem
For County Auditor.
Brandes. Carl A.. Rep 12 068
Northrun. K P r- v 1f,SS?
White. M. T.. Dem. ..'.!.'." 4-2iJ
Zahm. G. M.. Soc ! ?'Si;
Brandes' plurality 8,849
For County Surveyor.
Holbrook. Phllo. Jr.. Rep. .
Ladd. Emil. Soc
Neville. William N.. Dem.'.
Holbrook's 'plurality ....
Amos. W. F.. Pro. ..'.', ' .
Armstrong. W. S.. Dem.'.'..
Finley. J. P.. Rep
Newman, Otto, Soc
. . 1.049
. . 3.202
Flnley's plurality . 4,477
PORTLAND JUSTICE OF THE PEACE
For Justice of the Peace.
Reed. William. Rep k 702
Curr, Harry, Dem 1 tr,t
Patterson. W. H.. Ind s-io
Wagner, Lou, Rep 4,350
Wagner's plurality . 2,696
EAST PORTLAND JUSTICE OF THE
For Justice of the Peace.
Adams, J. C., Dem .ma
Ei P" STO 595
red L., Rep.. 5,030
' RESULTS IX OREGON.
George E. Chamberlain (Dem.)
Governor, ty 2100.
Jonathan Bourne, Jr., Rep.,
United States Senator, by 2500.
W. R. Ellis (Rep.) for Congress,
W. C. Hawley, , (Rep.), for. Con
gress by 3500.
Republican state stlcket by 25,000.
Woman Suffrage defeated.
Local option amendment defeated.
Appropriation bill carried. ,
Gross earnings tax carried. ..
Anti-pass bill carried.
Barlow toll road graft in 'doubt.
George E. Chamberlain, Democrat, car
ried the state for Governor at Monday's
election, by a plurality of more than 2000,
Jonathan Bourne, Jr., Republican, has a
plurality of about 2500 over John M.
Gearln, Democrat. Willis C. Hawley, Re
publican, for Congress in the First DIs-
VOTK FOR UNITED STATES
Olson's plurality 2,920
Brown. Charles E.. Citizen 1 itt
Crosier. W. R., Pro II" 'two
Mautz. Charles. Rep 1 vs:
Parker, E. E., Ind Y26O
Mautz's plurality 2,835
MOUNT TABOR JUSTICE OF THR
For Justice of the Pence.
Shreve, T. C. Rep '....968
Multnomah I Bowen, F. A.
1 91 1 !
33.085 30,620 134,863
z.'Kwi II 2,153
trict, has defeated Charles V. Galloway
by about 3500. W. R. Ellis, Republican, In
the Second District, has a lead over James
H. Graham, Democrat, that will approach
Willis C. Duniway, Republican, for State
Printer; Frank W. Benson, Republican,
for Secretary of State, and Robert Eakin,
Republican, for Supreme Judge, have de
feated their respective opponents by un
Woman suffrage was beaten by about
10,000 and the proposed, local option
amendment was lost by about the same
vote. The Legislature Is overwhelmingly
The success of Governor Chamberlain
was achieved through his carrying a num
ber of counties that went against him in
1902, and through his having equalled or
exceeded his vote of that year in the
other counties. He carried a large ma
jority of counties and in Multnomah has
a plurality of about 330. . His largest lead
is in Baker about 700.
The counties carried by Dr. Withycombe
were 14 In number, as follows: Benton,
Columbia, Coos, Curry,-Douglas, Jackson,
Josephine, Lake, Lincoln, Sherman, Tilla
mook, Wallowa, Wasco, Washington.
Mr. Bourne's plurality, for United
States Senator (long term) has been
somewhat reduced from early estimates,
which seemed to indicate a margin of
about 5000. His unexpected loss in Marlon
County to Mr. Gearln, the Democratic
candidate, by about 700, the Qearin plu
rality in Baker County of about the same
figure and the heavy adverse vote of
Ljnn, with some minor changes, lopped
off about 2500. leaving the Republican
candidate for United States Senator with
a safe lead of 2300 over his Democratic
opponent. The returns are not complete,
COMB NE TRUE
TO GET REVENGE
Packers. Plan, Ruin
PERSECUTOR OF CORPORATIONS
publican parry, the Democratic leaders
are .always ready to adopt reasonable
Dealers in Embalmed Bee
May Join Democrats.
THEIR LAWYER SPEAKS OUT
'Dangerously Socialist Tendency,
They Say, "Pursued Packers
With Animosity." Packers to
Seek Cattlemen's Aid. -
(Concluded on Page 4.)
VOTE OX CONGRESSMAN.
Plurality estimated. Complete.
CONGRESSMAN SECOND DISTRICT.
nprii n.i a4.. 1 -mm ..
Countv so fr . ...f.J,n,-..Mlmnomah
" " l - U luuuwa
For United States Senator
n. JermT beffinnlnjr March 4. 1907
Bourne. Jonathan. Jr. Ren ' nsi
Gearln, John M.. Dem. .. .P. 1 1 1 1 74
Paget. B. Lee. Pro.. . 'ZZi
Sftnitlu A II o, -.... fc.2i
( r aa,i uo pjpnjouoj)
Complete. "Pluralities estimated.
OREGON'S DEMOCRATIC GOVERNOR WHO IS RE-ELECTED
Simula, A. G., Soc
Bourne's plurality ..,
For United States Senator,
,., To till vacancy.
Gould. Hiram, Pro ...
Mulkev. Fred W.. Rep...III""
Stevens. J. D.. Soc ""'
Mulkey's plurality ..D.25S
Jmos. J, H., Pro 503
Dem. . . 8.894
. . 8,664
Biirzee, C. W
Chamberlain's plurality " 33J
For Supreme Judge.
Bright. C. J., Pro 874
Kakin. Robert. Rep
Hulley. T. G., Dem.
Bobbins, Alarcus W., Soc
Eakln s plurality 6,151
For Secretary of State.
Benson Frank W., Rep 11.787
Brown. R. C. Soc.
McDaniel T. S., Pro..
Sroat. P.'H.. Dem....
Benson's plurality .
For State Treasurer.
Butler, Leslie, Pro 770
cook, V- R- Soc 1.188
Matlock. J. D., Dem 3.396
Steel. George A., Rep 12.232
Steel's plurality 8,836
For Superintendent of Public Instruc
Ackerman J. H.. Rep 14.004
Hosmer J. E., Soc 1,961
Sheak. Henry. Pro 1,106
Steel s plurality 12,043
Brlx. C. C. Soc 1,170
Crawford. A. M., Rep 11.152
Miller, Robert A.. Dem 4,186
ituinerrorn, r. a., fro 834
crawioru s plurality 8,966
For State Printer.
Cooper, J. C, Soc 1 359
Duniway, Willis S., Rep 12ll37
Hawk, Alvln S., Pro 983
Taylor, J. Scott, Dem 3 254
Duniway's plurality 8,8
For Commissioner of Labor Statistics
and Inspector of Factories '
Hoff.-O P. Rep 13,315 1
f '' I
C5 jj 00
j I f
1.459 1,878 1.419
586 1,302 654
234 947 340
271 841 348
240 484 263
362 836 473
284 ' 690 399
3121 783 388
3.652 11,256 3,M8
223 633 201
890 2,136 1.318
8.513 27,126 12,773
Pluralities estimated. "Complete.
CONTENTS TODAY'S PAPER
GEORGE E. CHAMBERLAIN.
YESTERDAY'S Maximum temperature, 62;
minimum temperature, ' 40. Precipitation,
TODAY'S Partly cloudy with occasional
showers, warmer, south to west winds.
Commercial and Marine.
Early ' California canteloupes will be high.
Chicago wheat market weak on weather re
ports. affo id.
Reaction near close of stock market. Page 13.
Four-masted schooner Volunteer on rocks neur
folnt Arenas; crew sun in danger. Page 9.
Seamen's strike still unchanged at San Fran
cisco, rage v.
Anarchist plot In Paterson. N. J., to kill
King of Italy and two other sovereigns de
tected Ana aesassin csugnt. rase J.
Wholesale, arrests at Barcelona for attack on
Aitonso. Pase 3.
Ruttslan radicals drown voices of Ministers
in Parliament with tumult. Page 3.
Hungrr-strlKes in Russian prisons cause
riots, .pare a.
Foraker criticises conference report on rate
Dill and Tillman defends it. face 1
House passes naturalization bill. Page 2.
Meat packers plan organization to destroy
fiooseveit pouucau. rage 1.
Opposition In ' Senate to big battleship.
Mlesourl Democrats declare for Bryan for
South Dakota Republicans advocate tariff re
vision, rage 1.
Indiana Democrats divide on Indorsement of
Bryan, rage J.
Grand Jury called to Investigate Denver elec
tion frauds, rage 4.
Liquor Dealers' Association adopts new mani
festo on prohibition, rage 4.
New York Central Railroad owns stock in
coal mines. Page 3.
Former Mutual Life officials sued for account
ing, rage 4.
Plague of sage rats threatens great damage
to crops 4n (.took county, rage iz.
E. G. Burns and companion drowned in the
Rogue River. Page 12.
Washington Supreme Court takes notice of
wrong 11 cannot ngni. rage 12.
Professor Condon discovers fossil that ex
plodes some scientific theories. Page 12.
Tacoma Council will pass ordinance licens
ing saloons at X1000. Page 12.
Mlque Fisher passes through Portland with
Fresno team en route to Seattle; confident
of Coast League success. Rain prevents
game on local grounds. Page 9.
Portland and Vicinity.
Hearing of Johnson estate case continued In
County Court. Page 8.
Officials of the N. Y. K.. Japanese steam
ship company, visit Portland; may estab
propriatlon by Congress. WD
lish line between here and Orient. Page
Local Chamber of Commerce leads tight
against reduction of stream : guaglng ap
propriation by Congress. Page 8.
Interest centers In Shrivalty fight; hundreds
wait for returns at headquarters. Page 8.
At banquet President Evans declares Portland
. General Electric has refused to furnish
power to United Railways, and Councilmen
who are guests declare ' they will refuse
General- Electric franchise It asks unless
It .promises to sell power. . Page W,
CHICAGO. June 5.-(Special.) Political
I' destruction of President Roosevelt and all
who acknowledge alliance with him in his
fight on the packers is the plan of the
millionaire proprietors of America's meat
industry. As soon as J. Ogden Armour
returns from Europe, the heads of the
big concerns will meet and arrange a plan
of action. It contemplates the enlist
ment of all the trusts and corporations
at whom the administrative guns have
been aimed. With a powerful organiza
tion of the millions Invested in big in
dustries, the captains of finance will en
deavor to capture the machinery of
whichever of the two big parties may be
most effectively utilized.
Capital Cannot Trust Him.
According to a leading lawyer for the
packers, who was engaged In their de
fense in, the recent, trial before Judge
Humphrey, the great capitalists of this
country realize that Roosevelt is no
longer to be trusted to represent their
interests. Lately he has shown a ten
dency that is dangerouly Socialistic, they
aver, and has demonstrated the peril of
electing a man of radical mind, to the
Presidency. This lawyer is the recog
nized spokesman for the packers, but re
fuses to permit the use of his name, for
political reasons. He says:
Has Hounded Corporations.
'President Roosevelt has done all he
can to ruin the great financial Interests
of this country. He has hounded the coal
mine-owners, persecuted the railroads and
pursued the packers with .animosity, due
to apparent enmity engendered by defeat
in business when he tried to become a
packer. He has loaned himself to the
practical destruction of the. insurance
companies, and in other ways demon
strated his unfitness.
Unite Cattlemen With Packers.
"This last move means that the live
stock raisers. Western farmers and pack
ers will unite against him, for his ruina
tion of America's foreign meat' trade will
hurt the farmers as badly as it does the
packers. With this nucleus -will begin
the operation of an irresistible force in
polities which shall defeat all radicals
who play to the galleries at the expense ,
'It is certain that, if Roosevelt re
mains the leader of the Republican party,
the big capitalists will be afraid to make
contributions to the campaign fund. If
it becomes necessary to abandon the Re-
MAKK HAY AVHILE SCX SHIXES
German Packers Boom Business at j
Expense) of Americans.
BERLIN, June . 6. (Special.) General
agitation throughout Germany against
American meat- products has .the support
of every influential newspaper in the
Empire. The papers declare that, inas
much as the action of President Roose
velt in placing the Government stamp of
approval upon the charges against Amer
ican packing houses has . proved them
beyond doubt, the time has come when
the Importation of all outside meat pro
ducts should be prohibited.
German packers are making hay while
the sun shines and are flooding the coun
try' with documents, showing that only
native meat products are healthful. In
this propaganda they have the support of
all the newspapers of the country.
Declares He Was De
. frauded in 1896.
TWO WINGS FLAP TOGETHER
CHICAGO BEGINS INQUIRY.
Strong Declaration of Demo
City Officials Examine Sanitation
and Management of Packeries.
Chicago, June 5. Three sanitary In
spectors were today sent to the stock
yards by Commissioner of Health Whalen,
witn instructions to make a thorough in
spection of the handling of meat, care
fully to examine the sanitary condition of
the employes and to make an immediate
report detailing any unsanitary condi
tions they may find.
ijunamg commissioner Hartzen also
sent a number of inspectors to the stock
yards to examine all" the buildings in the
yards, and gave them instructions to re
port any violations of the building ordi
nances that are 'apparent.
Later in the day the inspector reported
that in one of the large packinsr house
FRANCIS SOUNDS PRAISES
Former Gold Democrat Falls in Lino
and Every Speaker Joins Chorus.
South Dakota Republicans
for Tariff IJevlslon.
JEFFERSON CITY. Mo... .Tn. K
The Democratic State Convention to
day nominated Rube Oglesby. of War
rensberg. for Railroad Warehnn..
thpv Vi u i-l tmmj jAAA.i... ' l , . . .
- wcicuLive luuinuiug, wnicn i r- . t .. , .
they directed the company to repair im- ornmlss'ner, and Howard A. Cass, of
mediately. Notice was also given In this
place to wash the walls of several of the
rooms with lime. Increase In the facili
ties ror washing also were ordered.
in another Plant evervthlns- was fennrt
In good order, except in the sausage room
where there was water on the floors and
ine gins were compelled to walk through
it in order to reacn tftelr work.
"-- sun v,ny. ior superintendent of
The convention was notcworthv for
its Bryan sentiment. Kverv mention
of the Nebraskan's name brought ap
plause, and the platform contains the
It has been demonstrated to the satisfaction
One laundry plant was found in bad of very patriotic. Intelligent and falr-minrfi,t
condition and a fourth concern was or- American that William J. Bryan was defeated
dered to clean its chilling room. I for the Presidency when be was the can J Ida to
democratic party by the corrupt una
TtPPflllW TTS.C tttv Tr " .uu" "u"n Iuna ""regaling mil-
.... i. cr,UIJa noni ot dollars, contributed bv ereat cor
porations and by those Interested In special
Pnclor. A. 1, -i-y. privilege, under the
, ...,,,.u. ui xiuy " cnarges made by Democratic leao-
Por- rvn, l n t " n. mocratic pres. that this was
... v. iirue, wnicn charges were at ths im. in.
CHICAGO. June 5.-The Tribune today dlfna"tljr de"led wlth r' .show of virtue.
on y n .
One of the immediate effects nf th I Election Is Tin a it,-. n
President's disclosure of nacki
conditions was seen in an attempt in at ... ,L M aIlk,, d to Mr.
SI. Packing-houses to rem- :, ?d8 "x ?-
' tuuuiiiuna condemned in tne re-I highest office of th. ..,. . .
port. Floors were cleaned, walls rrni ! .ice ' th,.,aVon the Option to
and light and ventll.tion ir 71 "" "' 5 wnlc" Position h ws.
surroundings of th. T workers in "s"- -noa" caloul"ed Credit
three Plants wer. Imnrovefl . 'l Z .r'7 ln0. enure American elec-
one day. The general manager of one big aid that hi. nomination and election Z
plant spent the morning in a downtown talned. We unhesitatingly declare that r.iH
plumbing establishment picking out the nd honest election, free from coercion Z- ,7,1
luiiiuuiB. -i-. " ui uioney, at Which the American
Besides renovating the nlumhins- thn People may be given what i, i.
packers put up a variety of signs all over I to have, an untrammeled nmnimH. .
me piants enjoining cleanliness. The "vcreign win at the ballot box
lureiueii were xoia tnai me rule against I , . " '" in American
expectorating must be enforced or dis
charge would result. Ano..er new rule
posted conspicuously was that forbididng
the use of tobacco in all food-producing
Points of Platform.
DCXXE AIRS HIS PET HOBBY.
Proposes Municipal Slaughter-House
If City Can Raise Money.
CHICAGO, June 5. Impelled bv dis
closures at the stockyards. Mayor Dunne
announced a new municipal ownership
project last nignt. e declared himself
in favor of the city owning a slaughter
ing plant, where the packers would be
compelled to kill their cattle and prepare
tne meat ior sale under strict municipal
supervision. The only difficulty foreseen
by the Mayor Is the problem of raising
me necessary iunas ror such an under
taking. He will confer with Alderman
Frank I. Bennett, chairman of the Coun
cil finance committee, and other members
of the City Council to see If there Is
some way of finding the money.
REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE FOR UNITED STATES SENATOR
WHO DEFEATS JOHN M. GEARIN AS PEOPLE'S CHOICE
" . f
JONATHAN BOURNE. JR.
issuing free transportation tn nnim.
cians by railroads and asks reduction
of passenger rates. The nh.tfor in
dorses Governor Folk's adminlKtriitlon.
declares for a general nrlmarv elec
tion law for nomination of state can
didates and the electl on nf T " r, i .
States Senators by direct vote of the
people, and favors good roads, de
nounces the tariff and censures Presi
dent Roosevelt for favoring the pres
ent system after declaring for tariff
revision; also censures President
Roosevelt for his stand on the railroad-
rate bill, and the Republican party for
not giving statehood to Oklahoma and
Early this morning charges began to
circulate that bribery had been at
tempted to Influence delegates. lb
was openly charged that an attempt:
had been made to buy four delegates,
the sum of $250 being offered for each,
Temporary Chairman T. L. Ruby made)
a speech, declaring the work of the con
vention would result In bringing the Mis
souri Democratic party back to its place,
in charge of the state. Ruby declared
that the Democrats would nominate
Bryan for President In 1908 and elect him.
The convention wildly cheered and ap
plauded for Ave minutes.
Francis Declares for Bryan.
Ex-Governor Francis said in part:
"I wish to ask this convention to
send Its congratulations to the National
Democracy on the disappearance of our
differences. In 1904 what is known as
the conservative element of our party
asked that It be allowed to make the
platform and "name - the candidate.
Right liberally did the radical fac
tion concede the honor to the conser
vative elemerk. You know the result.
"Now, another campaign Is approach
ing. Those of us who belong to what
has been the conservative faction
would not be magnanimous, we woulj
not be worthy Democrats, if we did
not say to you that we will support
your candidate and your platform this
time. The differences that have di
vided the Democracy exist no longer."
Governor Francis described Bryan as
sincere lover of humanity and a
patriotic citizen of the United States."
He eulogized both Bryan and Cleve
land amid profuse cheering.
Cleveland Talking for Bryan!
Ex-State Senator David Ball, in a
speech, pronounced William J. Bryan the.
greatest private citizen in the world.
"When I see Grover Cleveland In tha
rear end of a train In Missouri, talking
for Bryan. I will take back everything
I ever said against him," he declared.
Ex-Governor Dockery urged the con
vention to stand by Governor Folk
and everything he had done as Governor,
"whether you like it, gentlemen, or not,'
he said. He spoke of Bryan as the next
Governor Folk was cheered. He de
clared Bryan would be nominated for
President in 1908, and would be elected.
He said the principles which Bryan had
CConcluded on Page 5.)