Mrs. Clem L. Shaver, wife of the National Campaign Manager of the Democratic Party, wrote a letter to the Fairmont West Virginian in which she said in part:

We notice in recent press reports that the Democratic Vice Presidential candidate, Charles W. Bryan, a well known pacifist, continues to pick at and harp upon the coming observance of National Defense Day, insisting upon designating it a "militaristic" program.

This is, naturally, a pacifist point of view; but, strange to say, in the days before "Charlie" Bryan became the amazed—no,...

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