REPUBLICANS: Votes Sep. 3, 1928

Additions to Hooverism included:

The Chattanooga, Tenn., News, Democratic daily. Reason: Prohibition.

Mortimer L. Schiff, Manhattan financier. Reason: "The best interest of the country."

Jennie M. Callfas, Nebraska Democrat, three-time National Committeewoman. Reason: Prohibition.

James Schermerhorn and Alva M. Cummins. Detroit Democrats. Reason: Prohibition.

Senator Gerald Prentice Nye, North Dakota insurgent. Reason: "A great friend and benefactor of agriculture."

Joseph Little Bristow, insurgent predecessor of Nominee Curtis as Senator from Kansas (1909-15), now a Washington, D. C., realtor and country gentleman. Reason: Hoover's sympathetic knowledge of the West.

Bert Martin of Denver, secretary-treasurer (resigned) of the Farmer-Labor party. Reason: Agriculture.

Miss Helen Wills, California tennis girl, as...

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