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Woodland Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - September 26, 1912, Woodland, California WEEKLY ESTABLISHED 1859 WOODLAND CALIFORNIA THURSDAY EVENING SEPTEMBER 20 1012 DAILY ESTABLISHED Speech of ihtehlttg Eloquence Delivered to an Audience of Twenty Thousand People William J Bryan wjis the magnet that drew thousands of people from all parts of Northern1 California to edy and ended like a comedy At first I was afraid theyd kill each other then I was alarmed leat they laugh Donald M Browning and Miss Zelia Eiers Both of Sacramento Wednesday night and the themselves to death audience that assembled at Buffalo I When that improved piece of ma Park was the largest that ever beard chlnery the steam roller Invented by Colonel Roosevelt in 1908 operated by skilled labor got to work it smoothed out everything so nicely that those who were run over enjoyed it as much a public speaker at one meeting in the history of this state Every shade of political opinion was represented in tliai vast audience This was apparent from the cheers that greeted the mention of every can didate When MrBryan appeared the iipplause WHS deafening and contlnuejl for several minutes he said he believed that Ircsirtcnl Taft is an hon est man the applause was generous The mention ofColonel Roosevelt also evoked a healthy response and a brief referenceto La Follette the pioneer progressive Republican was cheered lustily Whenever Governor Wilsons name was mentioned a wave i of ap plause swept over he audience and the tribute to his character ability and high purposes which was tlie cli max of Mr Bryans speerh was greet ed with tumultuous applause Bryan Himself an Inspiration But Mr Bryans own personality the magic spell of his matchless ora lorv themarvelous charm of his won ileiful voice the simplicity uut beauty of his language and aptness of his Illustrations furnished the real inspir allon of the remarkable enthusiasm that prevailed from tlie beginning to the close of the meeting The atten tlon given to Mr Bryan the insisten demand that he continue the sponta Miss Zelln tilers and Donald Mftthew son Browning of this city were united in marriage in Sacramento this after noon The particulars of the wedding are not at baud but we are certain as the drivers Toward the close It that the happy event was witnessed by vas running so mechanically perfect hat one could absent himself from the convention hall without losing track of the proceedings Those who cried against it were most vigorous when t exceeded the speed limit Bosses Differently Treated niely of wit to perlodsof profound serious ness were outward manifestations of the most remarkable ovation ever The principal difference between j hicago and Baltimore was that at ihlcago the bosses came to rule and control the convention and they did rule and control the Republican con vention At Baltimore tlie bosses came with the intent of ruling and controlling the convention but they ere driven from the coventlon whip ped and sorely beaten like to proceed in a logical man ner I might begin with Wilson as a first term candidate for he will serve a first term if elected Then I might take Taft as a second term candidate for he will serve a second term If elected and then finally I might dis cuss Roosevelt as a third term candi date for if lie is elected he will serve as long as he can But to suit my own ends I prefer to take another or der I will discussToft first as the man who Is president then 1 will talk Roosevelt ns the man who has been the brides parents Mr and Mrs W H Biers and their son Irvln and several of Mr Brownings relatives The young couple plan to leave Sac ramento by boat for San Francisco this evening Frotn the latter city they will leave for San Diego Los Angeles and other points south travel ing the steamer route They expect to be gone about a month on their honeymoon trip and on their return will take up their residence on the Robert Browning ranch The bride is the only daughter of Mr and Airs W H Eiers of this city She is a native of Woodland and has lived all of her life in this city Her education has been received in the grammar schools and the high school from which she is a graduate Mr Browning Is the fourth son of R W Browning He Is a native of Yolo county and has spent all of his life here His education was received in tlie grammar schools For several years he has been associated with bis father and brothers in farming west of Woodland on one of the best farms In Hie county Mr Browning and bis bride are both very popular and have a legion of friends who will be anxious to ex tend congratulations and best wishes he president A Kind Word for Taft Taft ig now yo11 the Clean thoroughbred styles that impress at first sight and give service thats as good as their looks All the new leathers Thats our shoes are favorites with the customers who know values Ladies Button Boots to LadiesEvening Slippers to You will save time trouble and earlare Court eous treatment ami fair dealing will innUe you our customer Huston Bros New Fall Styles Our New Fall Suits are ready for your inspection Step in and look tliese suits over niul get nu idea of the New Cuts We have just received a full Hue of Kellys Hats to each t You fian save You can sm given a public man in the history of pies1dent of these United States I this state know him personally 1 believe him Mr Bryan Is peculiarly gifted ln thoroughly honest and a man of good many respects He has a remarkable lnteilt T believe he means well I face one that Is strongly marked by ueieve ne wm a0 what be believes to features Indicating a distinctive iudiK the very or tlie people jjut viduality intelligence sympathy andjhe while the country sincerity There is depth purity and movcs on He does not trust the peo ilie charm of music in his wonderful He fears thay wlll make mistakes voice and Its penetrating power carand rathel ney shall do that he rlea even his conversational tones so ers to nmke them himself The dlntlnctly that the auditor a block lgleal difference between Tnft and away has an equal advantage of the is that Taft is constitution audilor who sits at his feet j I ally distrustful of the people while No greater tribute was ever paid Hojsevell js over 10 n American citizen than was paid tniatlll o himself Taft opposes the to the great Commoner by twenty initiative and referendum is afraid thousand people in Sacramento Wexlr et people nftve the veto power nesilny It was a spectacle that many am yet ne wants to reserve it for htm of us older people may never witness I He hasnt helped tle people in again H was an exhibition of Physiclhe effmt to elect sellatovs hy uilcct vole Four years ago he said he was personally Inclined to favor granting il mental and moral qualities that ought to he an inspiration to the aluitJ t younger generation just coming on tne the veto power to tbe neOple Twenty stage of action Nobody who witness s ago we began to aavocnte it It ert it can doubt that he has a greater took Taft slxteen yeare to 5lmmon the hold upon the respect admiration an to say he was personally in love of the American peonle than any to favol it and then he fell back Mrs T R Gibson left this morning for San Francisco Mrs J A Jacobs lefl for San Fran cisco this morning Luther Poffeiiberger left for Pacific Grove this morning t Miss Elsie Sieher went to San Fran Cisco this morning Mrs H M Dickinson returned to I Los Gatos this morning 1 Mr and Mrs Joel Wright returned to Ixs Gaios this morning E Rohr and wife of Gilroy are guests of Supervisor Scott and family Mrs B T Huston and Lloyd Hus ton were passengers this morning to Berkeley Mrs 1 N DeMyerleft this morning or Portland where she will visit her other living American and a greater personal following than any other pub ninn In the world ixhausted by the effort opened bis mouth on since and hasnt the subject rother R C Nichols for several eeks Mrs nuBois nnd Mlss Rowe ave been guests of Will Smith and amity and Carl Nichols and family eft this morning on their return to ortland Louis N Peters a prominent attor ney of Plutnas county was in Wood aiid Wednesday visiting his daughter who is a pupil attending Holy Rosary Academy reet dominatec he that Wai rs of both par The reasons why Wilson should Well theyreboth good men No And after the wins the P50ple 10se without partisan egotism and with a I A Request to Rooseveltians force and earnestness that carried conj A wave of appjause swept over th viction And the sober second thought at Bryans request that thos of thousands as they wended their Republicans present sig wayhomeward when they were tbetr approval of the condemna longer under the subtle influence of tllc attitude of Pres spell of his oratory was that it is not dent Taft Then Bryan smlled Than creditable to the intelligence virtue you Balu glau to see you i and patriotism of the people that a perfect party accord Four year man of the genius capacity sincerity lgo indorsed the attltud anil exulted character of Mr Bryan gjgneij tne aw making it nece hns three times been defeated for pressary to publish campaign expenses b Went of the United States PARTS OF THE ADDRESS We had confidently expected to pub lish Mr Bryans speech In full this week in supplement form but those who understand the limitations of riowsnnner offices outside of the big elites will readily appreciate the dif ficulties of such a taak which we have been reluctant to abandon at least for the present Although Mr Bryans speech bristled with telling epigrams no synopsis could do itjustice In his history of the two conven tions he said 1 attended both and In KO doing had a considerable advantage over Roosevelt inasmuch ns I was on the inside of two conventions while Teddy was on the outside of but one During all the hubbub of the Chi cago convention and during the argu ments of the two conflicting factions I was not biased in the least And again I had an advantage over my hvolher journalists because of being belter acquainted with both candidates and knowing what they ssld about one another was trirt Quite naturally I gave the widest publicity to their ex change of undompllmentary remarks Near Tragedy to Sheer Comedy Tie conveatlou began a trag LOCAL BREVITIES fore election recently but he did a because it would have been passed over his veto 1 realize that Taft en tered the presidencyby ft majority of 1000000 votes but I predict to you that he will leave it by unanimous consent A Clever Thrust I think Roosevelt is wellmeaning too but no man JIHS any more reason to doubt his own Judgment ot a mau for the presidency than Roosevelt ac cording to himself And yet he has the nerve to offer himself up as a can didate for president I dont know of Anything at the Chicago convention of this year that Roosevelt didnt do for Taft al Chicago four years ago He aairt to you then Take Taft hes city brolie halterwise and I can lead him anywhere And now he says Taft isnt fit for the presidency Isnt It strange that he should aak a reward for his mistake In guaranteeing Taft he said Heres Tnft Take him I guarantees him It he makes a mis take Ill gladly lake bis place as pun ishment and le president tho rest ot my Roosevelts Humoious Progress Roosevelts record ns a progressive Eaton wants black walnuts See 50 eent column A lady desires a position See 60 cent column The Hnb makes Its fall announce ment In this issue An attractive and impressive ad Is the new one of Rosenberg Co Manager Hunt has this afternoon a his guests the faculty and members o the high school at a special matinee The Lady of the Lake 19 the specia offering Henry Wright Is In again This morning he was arrested by Officers Barker Jacobs and Hill house for dis turbing the peace As soon as he sob ers up he will be given nn opportunity to explain his conduct Wright has been employed by J P Garrette but ho could not stand prosperity and on Wednesday went over to Sacramento and purchased a beautiful jag Handtailored suit Freds Adler Collegian Clothes Perfect suit The standard of suits Save Jlnrto of all woo clotli stylish pat turn hamlIiillored and fronts OuuranlcLMl ly milker musl Rive salisfiii suit L Hiiil Yon Know Trade Palace Handtailored suit Our store is the depot for the Walkover and Crossett Shoes Look at the New Boys Suits we have on display in our window to a Sttil Mens Fancy Sox 25c pair Hxtra good grade FALL AND WINTER SAMPLES The Fall and Winter samples of Ed V Price Co Chicago tailors have arrived and are on display at our store Come early and make your selection for an uptodate suit clothes From to less than local tailors prices on a suit sou Summers WASTED An apprentice at the millinery store of Mrs Lambert Second street Wood land seStt OD rourib Check A cough or cold in the lunga before it develops a Milouc case Bal lardn Horebound Syrup is an effect ive remedy for al or ton gemtlon In the lungs or air passages Price 25c BOc and II bottle Sold ty J H SUeltoo drawlK x Our Special Effort A Ladys Suit for We have secured a limited iiumljer of beautiful suits in mix turns and allwool mivy blue serge in ill and have placed tliem on sale while they last Tor the low price of We will he pleased to show yon these suits There arc sizes to fit tlie young miss of IB and larger sixes for the grownups On display today THE VOGUE firms Art Needlework We tiikr pleasure In announc ing to yon ihe arrival of our new lines of Art Needlework for fall lu the latest novelties con sisting of Center Pieces Table Runners Pillow Tops Shirt Waists Corset Covers Night Gowns Wo also have a complete llnr of Accessories for Stamped Work consisting ot Royal Floss Flio Silk Glossiila 0 M G Peri Lusta Goats SilkFinished Cotton Clarks Pearl Cotton Barbours Crochet Linen The Arcade UHONIJ 47 WOODLAND CAL Why Pay Two Prices for anything you may need A man who tnslited on payinc jar hto lour or feed or farm machinery would ba considered still doing this with their This Is no It necessary but It U BO tonnor For tie last FIVE YEARS th Tvmmt Ifci tual reduced the cost to 1U members more than thiM I the ft ha paid to Why wait longer You out a exception You canaot MUSGROVE
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