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NOVEMBER 26, 190
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la discussed before tho people and
the people havo a fair opportunity to
express themselves upon either of
these questions thoy will do so In
lino with the policy of tho party
heretofore. If the questions aro
squarely put to them, they will, I
verily believe, stand pat with the
party throughout tho rest of the
country. But this state needs the
strong arguments that you aro mak
ing both for tho integrity of party
platform declarations and for tho
harmony in tho party on the tariff
question. Your reply to tho criti
cisms of tho Houston Post are pleas
ing to the believers in pure demo
cratic doctrines. But I am glad that
you are refusing to meet Mr. Bailey
in debate on the grounds that you
assign. For it 1b certain that in
tho event that you agree to meet
him, that his followers wilj', In this
state, try to bring the question down
to one of purely personal issues be
tween you and Mr. Bailey, and to
cloud the merits of the issue. .?he
above mentioned papers aro already
appealing to tho prejudice of their
readers, and asking that your com
ing to Texas to instruct tho party
be resented. But, in my judgment,
Texas democracy can 'bo counted on
as being ready to assert itself for
party integrity, and against any
tariff policy that will inure to tho
interests of the few as against the
many. And Texas has not, as you
are aware, lost its faith in vour ner-
.sonal and political integrity. Texas
democrats still believe that vou are
trying to uplift the party and to
bring it into such a position as that
it can successfully combat republi
can ideas, whether within or with
out the democratic party. Tho rank
and file of the party in Texas will
be delighted to have you make a
few more speeches at central points
so that the people at large in the
state may either hear or read your
speeches on these vital questions.
J-. C. Griffith, Fort Worth, Texas.
I havo alwayo been Mr. Bryan's
friend and supporter, but r believe
Mr. Bryan has made a mistake re
cently, as Mr. Bailey, according to
my way of seeing, is certainly cor
rect. I believe Mr. Bailey stronger
in Texas than ever before and I have
not always been a "hot" Bailey man,
although always supported him. I
still think W. J. Bryan one of the
greatest men in America, but I am
with the senator until I'm convinced
Mr. Bryan's view is the correct one.
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Have just read In your worthy pa
per, the speech of Senator Bailey of
Texas. In one paragraph thereof
appear the following two sentences:
"I am as good a party man as lives,
and I vote the democratic ticket like
my party makes me never scratched
one of them in my life though I
have had to hold my noso sometimes
when I voted for some of them. For
when the pjatform commands me to
do what I know Is wrong, I will not
do it. A man who will do wrong to
please you will the next time do
wrong to help himself." With the
honorable senator from Texas kindly
explain through the columns of your
paper, how he reconciles the two
positions why hold his nose in the
one' case and not in the-other? I
ask this Information for a better un
derstanding of the right or wrong of
political acts in my own life.
Dr. J. It. Lay, College Station,
Texas. I heartily agree with Mr.
Bryan in his great fight against pro
tection and wish him every success
In the world. I hope he may be
able to reach and make speeches in
every state in the union.
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