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THE EVENING WORLD, MONDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1912.
I. it. SOMETHING;
Writer Swears He Got Story
of Banker's Wrath From
Wanted $50,000 More "After
Visit to White House"
and Got It.
WAHDOTON, Oct. 1 X stralfht 1s
ni of varaeltr wn i to-dsy bsfors
the Tapp Sanatoria! Com mil tM Invsstt
stlnf csmpalxa contributions regardlnr
the story that J. Pierporrt Morgan was
aakstl for mors money by Prl(lent
Roostvttt In Hot, an1 called Rooerlt
lank-blank maniac. " or som othar
c.mfttimsntsry -urn. Th whole sflslr
trss "put up" to Wayne MacVeafh. wlio
has prevknialy .l-nl.-.l he was the aourea
af the tala. Mo.at aald rt "was maas
out of whole cloth."
Charts Edward HuaaeU. Socialist can
didate for Governor of Now York, told
tna commlttea to-day that ha waa told
the atory by Jud.in C. WelKver. a re
porter foe Hampton's Magazine and Ihe
Munaey publication. Welllver Immedi
ately demanded to be aworn. Ho Inalated
that the tale (U substantially correct,
and that be got It all from MaoVeagh.
WelJJvar aald the only substantial dif
ference between hi alory and Russell's
waa that Russell aald the Morgan con
v. rsatloa wa w:th HuOMVtNi while, n.
WeMlver, underiiooJ from MacVeagh
thai Morgan waa tulk'.ng to Hsrrhnan
Louis Hamerllng. formerly Standard
(Ml agent, waa the (lrt witness called to
day. Mr. Hamerllng. according to a
charge made by Senator Dixon, "bought
up wholesale" newapaper pac In for
eign Journal to boot President Taft
Mr. Hammerling I now president of
the American Association of Foreign
Benator Clapp aaked the wltneaa If
He had secured gdvertlalng from can
didate In the pre-conventlon campaign.
Clapp explaining that th commutes
could not delve Into present post-convention
"Mr. Roosevelt's manager adTertlaed
m the foratgn newspapers before the
campaign," Said Hammerling. "He pa'd
sr, frti for aoace. The 'ads' were for
delegates to vote for Roosevelt dele
Col. John J. Hannan, seerstary to
Renator La Follette, followed on the
stand wtth a statement of La Follette'e
pre-conventlon receipts and expenses.
Total receipts were HS.M and expenses
CRANE FURNI.HBD IM.M4 Of
L A FOLLETTE'S W3.965.
To La Follette'e fund Olfford Ptnohot
gave 110.000, Amos Plnchot tlO.000, Rep
resentative Kent of California 110,000,
Charles R. Crane of Chicago $21,600; Al
fred L. Baker M.O0O, WllUam Fllnn
gl.MO. Rudolph Rpreckela H.nnn and Mra.
aiendower Evans U71 Medlll Mccor
mick loaned La Follette 11,000 and Ben
ator Oronna H0. La Follette spent
1 1. Set) himself.
La Follette'e expenses were 110,117 far
the Washington headquarters, tio.tso for
the Chicago headquarters. V.M1 for tel.
seraph, and telephone, I1.SH at the Chi
eag convention and il.JOo for campaign
Ool ttaanan said Charles R. Crane
had given 0.1M additional to the Chicago
headquarters of La Follette, making
Cram's total contribution to La Fol
lette'e cause VM.tM. Hannan denied that
Crane gave La Follette (70,000, xs as
serted by Treasurer Hooker of the Pro.
- Charles H. Crane followed Hannan on
th witness stand. He said bs gavs
r,M.e0 to La Follette'a campaign.
'Is that all you gave directly or in
"How mwen did you give to fJw.
Ttn thousand." aald Crane. "In -wo
contributions one on March B and an
other AgwU ."
Mr. Crane'e attention was called to
Hooker's testimony that he. Crane, told
Hooker that he had given TO,0 each
to the LaFollette and Wilson campaigns
"I nevsr had such a conversation,"
Mr. Crane made the following state-
WAS WILLING TO BACK BOTH
"My contribution to the Wilson fund
w made after It had become apparent
tha LaFollette probably could not be
nominated. 1 dealred t ee a progres
sive nominated and sleeted and could
very well support both Wilson and
LaFollette, as both men are progre
slve. . That I waa contributing to both
fundi was known to lha managers of
the two carnpalgna.
"A word on another matter. During
tfce primary campaign, I waa said to be
the head of the so-called 'bath-tub
trust.' Neither 1 nor any member of
my family own or ever have owned
stock or bond of that organisation, or
f any of the so-called trust."
Mr. Crane aald tie gave about 15,000
a month to La Follette.
"I was willing to give as much to
en. ! candidate," aald the wrtnraa
"Hooker was around to get money for
gda projrrvsslve candidate. II. thought
he might a well come In."
Millionaire Crane govt) no money to
the Rull Mooe fund.
"Would you have been aubjecled lo
this criticism by Col. Roosevelt If you
had contributed to three carnpalgna
Inatead of tao'i ' asked Senator
"1 might have been accused of
monopoly." answered Crane, laughing.
"Whatever lnteiti 1 bad was imraonal
-not a business Interest."
Charles Bdward Russell, Socialist Ou
fearnatorlal candidate In New Tor, was
next sworn. His sttentlon was called
to J. P. Morgan' repudiation of Rus
sell's alleged atntnment regarding Roose
velt's solicitation of 1100,000 from Morgsn
In 1WH and. that Morgan over the tele
phone called Roonevelt a "blankety-
"That article In tfie New Tork Time
I a report, ver.v much emheniahrd. In
accurate In several particular, of a
speech I nide previously," raid ltus
ell. WELLIVFP. ROT THE STORY
The published report said Wayne
MarVeagh. former At torney-Oeneral,
was a wltneaa t,, I he conversation.
Mr. Rusaell aald me story came to
him In till while he was an editor of
Hampton Msgailne from a writer
who told him be had the story from
Mr. MarVeagh After the committee
Insisted on knowlnc the name of the
writer Mr. Rnenell n!d he was Judson
Mr Rusaell aald lie had never mads
a chargs that Col. Roosevelt hsd de
manded funds of Mr Morgan
"It might have been Mr. Corlelyou
or Mr. Itllas who waa aald to have
talked to Mr. Morgan on the tele
phone," he declared
Mr. Welllver, working at lha repor
ter's table, waa called to the stand and
aald Mr. MacVesgli had told him
being In Mr Morgan a private office In
October, 1004, that Mr. Morgan had
been called to the telephone and waa
Informed E. H. Harrlman wlahed to
speak to him. Welllver testified Mr.
MacVeagti told Mm that when Mr.
Morgan returned from the telephone
"What do you suppose that man In
the Whits House want 7t aeems that
Harrlman hae eone off down there to
WaaMngton and dined with him and
now he cornea back and aaye thai the
President wsnts him to ralee more ram
vatgn funds. He had given isn.nnn and
now he went me to slve no,O00."
Mr. MscVragh. aocorxllng to the wit-
told him that Mr. Morgan wrote
check for jga,0ls, which he sent to
Mr. Harrtman'a office Welllver said ha
could not recsll whether Mr. MacVeagTi
used the word "maniac in quoting
Mr. Morgan'e reference to Prealdent
"You are sure the nam of Mr. Har-
rtman waa given as that of the man
who saked to have the money raised?"
asked Benator Pomerene.
"Tea. I am au-re of that," eatd
Ogden j. Mills, Treasurer of the New
York City Ropubllcsn County Commit
tee, submitted a etatement of money
apent In the March primaries for the
Taft Committee In that city. He said
II vw was paid to the Hums Dsfertlve
Agency to prevent fraud The total re
ceipt of hi committee were IS.UB. The
K. intern branch of the Taft League had
an auvlllary committee, of which Tim
othy L. Woodruff mi head This com
mittee. Mr. Mills ssld, raised about
'The money I raleed." aald Mr. Mills,
'In a persons! rapacity waa turned over
to that committee."
"How much did you raise?" asked
'I raised S7.30R."
$23,000 FOR TAFT IN NEW YORK
Mr. Mills said hs knew of no other
Taft primary expenditures In New York
than those Included in his rough esti
mate of 13.000 or IM.OOO.
Mr. Clapp drew from the witness that
his statement of expenditures could not
cover money that mlgfct have been
raised In New York and sent to other
States to sealat Taft campaigners.
Mr. Mills asked permission to refute
Eton H. Hooker's statement thai M.uOO
votes had been cast for Roosevelt In
ths New York primary that hsd not
"There la no truth In Hooker
chag""," said the witness "The also.
tion wss ons of the cleanest we ever
had. It was reported 1100 bribes wer
being offered to Roosevelt men to de
sert to Tsft. T hsd a raport from de
tectives thst 1euls Frrdell, a Taft cap
tain, had been offered money by Rooae-
In alx election dlstrleta in the Twelfth
Congreealonal District of New York. Mr.
Mills said, there ware Irregularities
which suggested fraud.
"One man reported voting was having
Ms leg amputated on election day." ssld
Mills. "Willi thirty-nine voters In onc
dltrlct, f uiy men voted, none for Taft.
In the Wlghth Aaemlly District ion
votes were cast 1n alphabetical sequence,
from A to S. Immediately after the
election the lender, Fredell, was appoint
ed Superintendent of Markets by City
Comptroller I'rendergasl, a prominent
"Those were gentlemen of high
Ideals?" naked l'nynter.
"I don't cure to aay," ssad Mills.
Mr. Mills ssld he heard that 'Samuel
Ironowlts received teuft from William
Hatpin In the Hlxth Assembly District
This item, hs aald, did not appear In
th l'rogrelve' statement.
'On this ratio half at the Roosevelt
voters In New York would have has
accounted for a watchsrs at It a day
each," Mill declared.
Mr. IMU1 aald he got his information
from Samuel s Knenlg
'You believe there was corruption Y
Did yon report th ltuatlon to the
"It might lie hard to prove," MlUi
snswered. "Election crimes In New
York have beun hard to get at."
Former .senator Nathan It. ftcott of
West Virginia ami Matthew Hale f
Massachusetts, who had bean expected
to appear tn-ilay, were not on hand
when the committee adjourned. Mr
Hale Is expected to appear to-morrow
Senator Clapp announced after th'
hearing adjourned that the onnmlttee
had arranged for John D. ArvhboM in
resume the stand Thursdsy for further
TOM SHAW MARRIES
TIM PAYNE'S WIDOW.
LAirRBL RACK TKACK. Ilaltlniore,
Md.. Oct. 7. "Tom" Shaw, known aa the
blggeat operator on 1he race track
throughout Uie country, wa quietly
married this morning to Mrs. "Tim"
Payus at St. Joseph' Unman Catholic.
Church In llaltlmore, by the Rev. U. Mo
Connlck. Shaw la u native of New Or
leans, and Mr. Payne ha been a real
dent o Sliuepsluad Hay. None but a
few member of the family were present.
CASTOR I A
For Infanta and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
James McCreery & Co.
- nnua( (feek of Sates
55VfeiraS q" Growtlvin AercKandisir
SEASONABLE MERCHANDISE OF STANDARD QUALITY
AT LARGE CONCESSIONS FROM REGULAR PRICES.
Women s Muslin Underwear
Made of sheer material, beautifully trimmed with
dainty lace and embroideries. Perfect in design and
Combination Garments 95c, 1.25, 1.95, 2.50
value 1.25 to 4.50
Night Gowns 95c, 1.25, 1.75, 2.00
value 1.25 to 5.50
Skirts....."..";... 95c. 1.25. 1.75. 2.50
value 1.50 to 3.50
Princess Slips 95c. 1.50. 2.00. 2.50
value 1.50 to 3.50
Drawers 50c. 75e. 95c, 1.25
value 75c to 1 75
Chemises. .7.7 95c, 1.25. 1.50. 1.75
value 1.25 to 2.25
Women's Merino and Silk Underwear
Silk Thread Vests with band top value 1.75, 95c
Swiss Ribbed Silk and Lisle Vests " 1.00. 65c
Swiss Ribbed Merino Combination Suits " 2.50, 1.35
Swiss Ribbed Merino Tights, knee and ankle lengths,
value 1.75, 75c
Satin Slippers, Mule shape " 1.75, 95c
La Vida and "American Lady" Corsets in the new
Fall models. Made of Coutil and Broche. 2.85
value 5.00 to 6.00
Augustine Corsets of Coutil value 1.50, 85c
B. and J. Brassieres, daintily trimmed with embroidery.
value 1.50. 75c
Effective models in Chiffon Waists, lined throughout
with silk, long sleeves finished with lace or plain, Robes
pierre collar. All the new colors and black.
value 5.50 to 8.75 3.95. 4.95 and 6.25
Satin Messaline and Taffeta Shirts, custom made on
the premises. Black or White. value 7.50. 4.95
Robespierre models of best quality of Charmeuse in
the latest color combinations. Plain or fancy models, with
long sleeves trimmed with lace and buttons.
value 8.00 to U.50. 6.25. 9.75. 10.50
Women's Silk Petticoats
Made of excellent qualities of Messaline, Jersey and
Taffeta Silks. The latest cut and colors.
value 3.25 to 10.75. 2.50. 4.25 and 7.50 v
Petticoats of Black and White Stripe Silk
value 5.25. 3.95
Petticoats of White Crepe de Chine, pretty designs.
values 4 75. 5.75. 7.50. 3.50. 4.50. 5.75
"McCreery" English Tan Capeskin, Prix seam,
1 clasp. value 1.00, 85c a pair
Pcrrin's one button Doeskin. White only
value 1.50, 1.00 a pair
10 button length Mousquetaire Glace. Tan, Pink,
Blue, White or Black. value 2.75, 1.95 a pair
if) button length Mousquetaire Glace. Pink, Blue
or White. value 3.75, 2.50 a pair
W omen's Hosiery
FOR STRENGTH FR. JOHN'S ... Z i , L , A
wmm mm ... .. St . jVVoiid Wants Wqrk Wonders
Pure Thread Silk with double garter tops, spliced
soles, heels and toes. Black and colors.
value 2.25 pair, 1.50 pair, 6 pairs 8.50
Pure Thread Silk with double tops and lisle spliced
soles or cotton soles, heels, toes and tops. Black and colors.
value 1.00 pair, 85c pair, 6 pairs 5.00
Cobweb Lisle Thread with double tops, spliced heels,
soles and toes. (
value 50c pair, 35c pair, 6 pairs 2.00
Medium weight Lisle Thread or Cotton with double
tops, spliced soles, heels and toes.
value 35c pair, 25c pair, 6 pairs 1.35
Many novel Ideal in Chiffon and Lace Robes, also
Net and Lace Tunics in Black, White or the predominating
value 19.75 to 85.00, 9.75 to 55.00
Robespierre Stocks with jabots, lace trimmed. New
-and attractive designs. 35c, 45c, 65c
1 value 50c to 1.25
Robespierre Collars in many new styles. . .65c and 95c
value 85c to 1.50
Maline Neck Ruffs in black and white, also all black. . .
value 2.00 to 3.95. 1.50, 2.25, 2.95
Real Cluny Lace Collar and Cuff Sets, also a large
variety of sleeveless guimpes. value 75c 45c
Jewelry and Leather Bags
Indestructible Pearl Necklaces with 14 karat gold clasp
or barrel shape rhinestonc clasp set in sterling silver.
value 5,00. 2.75
Breakless Bar Pins, one-piece sterling silver set with
white and colored stones, open back, value 3.50. 2.00
Leather Shopping and Calling Bags of Real Seal or
English Morocco. values 3.75. 5.00 2.75
Ostrich Collarettes value 4.75. 3.50
Ostrich Boas " 9.75J 7.75
Marabout and Ostrich Stoles or Capes " 5.75, 3.75
Marabout Stoles 2.25, 3.25 and 4.2
value 4.25 to 7.25
Ostrich and Marabout Collars value 4.75, 2.95
Muffs to match " 6.75, 4.50
Marabout Collars, white and natural, white and black.
value 5.50, 3.75
Muffs to match " 6.75, 4.50
Ostrich and Marabout Collars " 5.50, 3.75
Muffs to match " 8.75, 6.25
Women's Handkerchiefs and Veils
French Hand-embroidered Initial Handkerchief!
value 3.00 doz., 2.00 do.
Sheer Hand-embroidered Handkerchiefs, various
width hems. value 75c each, 6 for 2.50
Long Chiffon Veils for motor, street and travel wear.
All tjhe desirable colors. value 2.00, 1.25
Women's Hand-scalloped Madeira Handkerchiefs.
value 50c to 75c, 35c
Women's French embroidered Linen Handkerchiefs,
dainty Laurel and Wreath designs. 2.65 doz.
value 35c each
Men's sheer cross-bar Handkerchiefs, tape border.
value 1.00, 50c each
Moire and Satin Taffeta in an extensive range of
colors. and ti in. wide. value 40c, 23c a yd.
Silk and Satin Taffeta in a variety of floral designs
and colors. value 50c, 35c a yd.
Extra quality Twilled Silk, handles of natural, mission
and various other woods, sterling silver trimmed.
value 3.00 to 3.50, 1.95
Taffeta Silk Umbrellas with tape edge, handles of
carved mission wood, sterling trimmed woods and sterling
silver caps. values 4.00 and 5.00, 2.75
Maids' Dresses and Aprons
Gingham and Percale House Dresses. Size 34 to 44.
value 1.25 to 1.95. 95c and 1.45
Afternoon Tea and Nurses' Aprons, with or without
bib. value 50c, 75c, 35c and 50c
Desk Sets of Silk Brocade, consisting of blotter pad,
ink well, ieii tray, calendar and memorandum pad.
value 3.50. 2.50 a set
Imported Embroidered Boxes, IMter Racks and
Portfolios. value 3.75, 2.50 each
Wicker Work Baskets, satin lined and tufted
values 1.50. 2.25. 3.25, 1.00, 1.50 and 2.00
Scarfs and Squares, hand drawn and embroidered
linen, lace trimmed. 1.00, 1.50 and 2,00
values 1.50, 2.50, 3.50
The Wanamaker Silk Store's
"Golden Special" Tomorrow
A New Purchase of the Entire
Wholesale Stock of R & T
Charmeuse Salome Pluvette
SilkTo Sell at 78c Yard for
the $1.35 Grade.
Until now the price of this silk was restricted to
$1.35 a yard.
At this price $1.35 it has been sold in good silk
stores all over the country sold largely because it has
been one of the year's most popular silks
By taking over the entire wholesale stock, we now
in 100 shades, including white
and black, at 78c a yard
To meet this sale other stores may offer the small
quantities they have on hand at the same price, or even
but only here will be
found the full variety
This silk is made of the finest Italian classical and
India water-reeled silk, with a perfect charmeuse finish
now so fashionable.
Mary Garden wore a gown of the Salome silk in
light blue, in which she posed for the charming picture
shown above. The original oil painting is on view
In the Silk Clearing House
on the Fourth Floor
i . i , - i f n o . 1 1 . , , a
wncrc wic rcxan siocks oi r. a, i . siiks were recently soia
in a record-breaking sale and where these Salome silks
will also be offered.
is erected on this Fourth floor, which will play continu
ously over a piece of this Salome silk, showing its plu
vette nature, that it is strictly water-spot-proof.
Selling begins at 8.30 tomorrow (Tuesday)
morning. Fourth floor. Old Bulletins.
Other Golden October Specials
for Tuesday, October 8
189 square brass bedstead of
fM quality St $35.50. Heavy Kaufce
square sAfcrasa tubing throughout.
A fins, simple model, designed to
order. Finished in the hnti-rubbrd
old English method applied only to
the most eipensive metal work.
Every part superior in material and
construction. All regular sizes.
100 Colonial brass bedsteads at
$9.75 such as we regularly sell
for $14. Made exclusively for us,
satin or polish finish. All regular
100 continuous post brass bed
steads at 118, regularly $34.
Solidly constructed, handsomely
trimmed, English lacquered. All
regular sixes, in satin or polish finish.
Seventh Gallery, New Building.
500 Men's and Women's
$1.15, regularly $1.50 and $2.
Extra quality union taffeta; men's
with natural wood handles; women's
with carved mission and silver trim
Subway floor, Old Building.
Bordered Curtain Scrim 2,400
yards at 27c a yard, instead of 35c.
Cream ground, with flowered border
or all-over art-designs. 40 inches
Domestic Cretonnes 2,700
yards at 25c a yard, instead of 35c te
50c. Artistic designs and colors, for
draperies, slip covers, wall covers and
all interior decorating uses.
Shirtwaist Boies 100 matting
covered boxes at $1.25 each, regu
larly $1.85. Twenty seven inches
long, fifteen inches deep and wide;
bamboo-bound, with brass hinges and
French Lace Curtains 150 pairs
of hand-nuide Marie Antoinette lace
curtains, in white and arabe, at $8.50
a pair; regularly $11.
Third Gallery, New Building.
New Linens for the Home
Tuesday, the opening of our great importations
of household linens from all over the world.
Including an offering of specially-priced linens,
purchased from an importer, French hand-made cluny
lace linens at half the usual price.
Centerpieces, 20 to 36 inches diameter, $4 to $12.50
instead of $8 to $25.
Cloths luxuriously trimmed with lace, 72 to 108
inches, $22.50 to $55, instead of $45 to $110.
1.2UU towels, )J a dozen, instead of $4.20.
First floor. Old Building.
Presenting Tomorrow to America
The New Pearl
La Perle Rana
The nearest approach to the Oriental pearl in cokr and haam.i
that man's genius has yet created. y
Exquisite enough to be mounted with diamonds.
It has the lustrous character of the real Oriental pearl und is eouallv
Its price, of course, is much less.
Jewelry Store, Main floor. Old Building
Formerly A. T. Stewart & Co.
Broadway, Fourth Ave., Eighth to Tenth Street,