Items of Interest

In these, the closing days of the contest for the presidency, supreme effort is being made by each of the political parties to stir up interest in the issues involved. Mr. Bryan, in behalf of the several parties he represents, has rapidly canvassed the whole country east of the Rocky Mountains and north of the certain Democratic states of the south, while Governor Roosevelt, the Republican Vice-Presidential candidate, has been making an even more sweeping canvass of the country.

There has probably never been a national political contest regarding the issues of which the people have been so thoroughly well informed, for the discussion of the money question was so thorough four years ago that practically all the voters were settled in their judgment on it before the campaign opened, and the discussion of imperialism and trusts began before the candidates were formally named, and both sides have had unbounded freedom for the publication of their important documents and speeches in the public press. The last word in the debate, which will be uttered by the people at the polls on November 6, will soon be known.

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