Headline of the Day -100:
William Jennings Bryan wants the Democratic Party to take the prohibitionist side wherever prohibition is a political issue, because “it cannot ally itself with the liquor interests without losing its moral standing.”
Emmeline Pankhurst condemns the International Women’s Peace Congress which will be held at the Hague later this month. And her daughter Sylvia for supporting it. She says the whole thing is a German plot.
Unlikely Headline of the Day -100:
According to Henri Jules-Bois (author of Satanism and Magic), giving a talk in New York City, “The French on the battlefields are dying with ecstacy; in the hospitals they are suffering with happiness.”
A bill to abolish the death penalty passes the New Jersey Senate 11-1 but fails in the lower house 29-20.
George Llewellyn Davies, the adopted son of J.M. Barrie (author of Peter Pan), is killed in action.