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VOLUME 13, NUMBER S
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Below the Frost Line
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INAUGURATION OP DEMOCRATIC
PRESIDENT AND VICE
(Continued from Page 2.)
come and the three men wont into a
conference in Mr. Wilson's room.
When Mr. Bryan came out of Mr.
Wilson's room, he held in his hand
one of the ton invitations which had
been issued to the new cabinet
"Good morning, Mr. Secretary,"
cried a chorus of voices as the dis
tinctive envelope was shown.
"Good morning, gentlemen," re
turned Mr. Bryan with a broad
smile and then he went to call on
Mr. Marshall, who has a suite in the
When President Tat and Mr.
Wilson approached the president's
room Mr. Taft turned to the president-elect
and said: "Well, Mr.
President, here is your room."
The two men passed inside and as
they did so Mr. Taft spied Mr. Bryan
outside in the corridor and invited
him to enter.
"I don't know whether I can come
In there or not," said Mr. Bryan.
"I'm not president, you know."
"Well, I am still president," said
Mr. Taft, "and I invite you in."
Mr. Bryan entered.
prevent the seeing of real dangers
then they should either bo spread or
done away with entirely. I am ono
of those who think that we can so
adjust our blinders as to meet now
conditions and render us sanely ro-
VICE PRESIDENT MARSHALL'S
When Thomas R. Marshall took
the oath of office as vice president
ho delivered the following address:
"Senators The proprieties of this
occasion probably require a few
words from one who is grateful to
the American people for the honor
heretofore done him and this day
"No senator has, I trust, a keener
appreciation of the necessities in the
way of tact and courtesy now de
volving upon mo than I myself. I
offer no surety as to my discharge
of duties other than a personal
Pledge that I will seek to familiarize
myself with them and will endeavor
always to exercise that complaisance
and forbearance which are essential
to him who ably presides over great
debates upon great public questions
by great men.
"Divergent views relative to this
body would be less divergent if the
American people would come to
realize that on all sides of real ques
tions much may truthfully bo said
Such an attitude of the public mind
would eliminate the view that this
n7 K dlstinc"vely deliberative
Ji01 throughly patriotic.
ClrfiLes of bad faith based upon
an attitude of mind or upon conduct
should never h rt,, n, ,. .l
tCanatrlLtfnial!ll8?ed that thQ Mu
tant action is the outcome of per-
hnnmw tereK t ?T imTVQ and dis
honorable business or social rela-
"Your action has not always met
with universal approval, but up to
this good hour no workable substi
tute for the exercise of the funcilnna
f thJs bT ? been p?oPOSSd Ul
is not needful for me here and now
to accept a brief in your rtl;!
This body will continue7 to stand not
because of the patriotism and fnteUi
e its constituent members
and their devotion to our system of
government. ojoiun or
"To my mind government is tnft
harness by which a people dm wau
load of civilization. PTtne 'harness
be properly adjusted the lS
though heavy, will be drawn wkh
ease and no part of the people wm
be galled. The senate is the bl Z 2
ers, intended to keep the neo 11
shying at imaginary dSrl
toppling into the ditch ow L??
of government system
"So long as the blinders serv i
purpose they are a mort wft'N8
part of the harness! but If thev hl
drawn so closely to the eyes s to
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