POLITICAL NOTES: Candidate Bryan

In Miami, Fla., a righteous, Chautauqua-looking gentleman recently enjoyed a vacation under the cocoanut trees—his first long rest in 30 years. Automobilists who had Nebraska license plates (25,000 of them, he said) came to him, urged him to come home and run for the governorship. Charles Wayland Bryan, Baptist, Odd Fellow, Woodman, onetime Governor of Nebraska, Democratic Vice Presential candidate in 1924, has returned to his home. He now stands unopposed for the Democratic nomination. Against him the Republicans will probably nominate (in the primaries August 10) Governor Adam McMullen. The political...

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