Collector Pabst

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Collector Pabst - . Riddell, J. A. Bodeker, Mr. FED PUBS! TO SAYS...
. Riddell, J. A. Bodeker, Mr. FED PUBS! TO SAYS HE ASSUMED AN OBLIGA. TION TO-UPHOLD PARTY NOMINATION. "It Is a well known fact that Wa» an earnest advocate nnd supporter of William (Jlbbs McAdoo his race for the democratic nomination for president, nnu because thl§ many persons arc · sit Ins whether or not I have Joined the Honorable Thomas 13. Love nnd Illy white republican* In their effort to defeat the democratic nominee for governor," mild Fred C. Pabst, collector of customs of lli« port of Galveston for eight years under the administration of Woodrow Wilson, yesterday. "I w n n «ay right here Hint If 1 ^d not ·upportcd Mr. McAduo I would ^.baea^n luefate. As secretary of treasury Jts*waamy'-bosir-und was , , ,iny "NoW, as to my position with tpect to .the present race for (fov- rrnor, T am a. democrat and when bound mynolf to vote for and support the nominees. \ concur !:i the statement t!-.il the value party nomination depends upon the honor and Integrity of the participants In its primary election or Jnatlne convention. 1 have never been a 'traitor' or a deserter in cause In which I have participated. I have never scratched n dcmocrllc ticket In my life and I am not to do It now. \Vhen : J went Into the prlmary'I did »o with the full knowledge that I was assuming an obligation to vote for Its nominees, and everybody else who participated In the primary did the same thine. UM the Public. . -An effort la being mndo In thin campaign to confuiie tho public mind. On one hand we have Dr. Butte declaring? for the political supremacy of the white race, saying that thin is not a republican fight, that the republican platform nnd other party platforms are 'oil and brazenly preaching from the platform party dliloyalty to dlnnatlii- fled democrat!. On the other hand ·we find R. B. Croager. the commttteeman, bringing 'Kind tiding:* of groat Joy" to President IdRo that the republicans have a chance to elect a republican governor of Texa«. "Mr«. Ferrunon received the nomination In an open and fair fight In the paftr'K nominee. She has proven neraelf to bo a devoted and mother. She I« of fine Christian character, a member of the Episcopal Church and a thoroughly good woman. She has declared that her In get upon rendering the people exceptional nervlce, and that ithn will · !· aided and air«I»ted by advisers experience nnd pound Judgment. Ferguson will bo elected and will (Contlnued on Tagre 3, Column

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  1. The Galveston Daily News,
  2. 31 Oct 1924, Fri,
  3. Page 1

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