These were the essential parts of the speech which Debs made at Canton.
My name is Desborough—do you understand—do you hear me, Mr. Debs?
When they reached the village she halted before the low roof of Debs's cottage.
Debs pointed to these same contracts as the cause of defeat.
Debs insists that "DeLeon did not 'capture' the organization and Debs is not 'disgusted' with it."
Neither Mr. Simons nor Mr. Debs was present at the 1906 meeting.
Debs, Haywood and Simons were then, and are today, members of the Socialist party.
He was on his feet, and he uttered a warning for Debs—in vain.
He held that a nuisance should be abated and that Debs was a nuisance.
President Debs has been accused of being responsible for this condition of affairs.