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ument" aft?sr the hearts of r>r. Buti
Stat Chairman Barnea, it w
Be decloratlona against t]
Initiative and referendum, and as en
.tie a defence of the courts an?l d
Dim : judicial r<f?all as cran
r the members phrootd I
"initiative, referendum and rtea? haar
?? friend In the coi.irnitt??e. We a
J'.imred on them."
mportant plank <
enrx orra. This follows the Hi
? f the- rrt?commen?3ations <f the M<
< mml Siol It I ' ?"?mends, 1.
thnt th r< serve as
t.'hf--;' tttuted 1 t It cou
not f:?'i Into ' :?? loci
?t.nil the pla
frnn wl that while this is
ir.<itt(-r for i .'. with, Col
gr? i tlon it can I
brint; about nj-itoi riate conditions i?
the ici? engaged in ?Jangeroi
, Tli' committee decided on the "bl
four." It Will present 10 the conventlo
the names of State Chairman Harne
Senator Root. William Herri, of Brool
iyn, and Speaker Merritt The aitei
natea-at?large will be Klon R. Brown, ?
Watertown; G?trorge W, Whltehead, ?
Niagara Falls; Senator Krackett. ?
Saratoga, and Charles W. Anderson, c
nulls Keynote Speech "Astound
lug" and "Reckless."
.'???????"lph ?,, Th? Tri!.un- ;
I=ter, April ??Controller Prende
gast who the recognised repr?sent?t!"?
of Theodore Roosevelt at the Republic?!
8*at?5 Convention, was probably Pr. Bu
ler'g most attentive listener "-?hen tr
? emporary chairman made hla speec
T.->te to-night the Controller gave out tl
/'-''!owing ?Maternent as Me comment o
? i keynoti spec? h
Nicholas Murrav Butler, in hla speer
to-day as presiding officer of the Reput
'P.\ention, evidently mlscoi
c?*-?v?d th? nature of his mlesion. H
[.""ii'-'l to think that it was his spe-?;<
function to berate and belittle ever
i prominent man who Is not In agreemer
. mth ?he views of r*-e?-ldent Taft and t
In-ul? th. supporters of Mr. Rooseve'
Senator La Follette and other*?
? ?' was the most aetoundln
' exhibition of reckless judgment that
have o- ?r listened to in ativ great gathe?.
. ing. UMivlous of the fact that th? fo'
lowers of Mr. i'ooscvel? and other Prr
greoslve leaders number millions c
Am?n.'fl'i el tisana, he proceeded "o T*a
? them OUt Of the Republican party. i
?u??h drastic and iterance
? ? from a Ffpubire-iii warrior, from
man *\bo r?? res.??i-?.-d yean of loyal s=ci
?4 lee, pome consideration might h?-- show
for his view?, bu? from one ?"hose part
Services nava been ?lmost entlrel> of tli
show window variety hi? sfoerh deserve
lb? ChllUng re.-?t?uon it w.-in glien b
Inoal of t) - delega i
It hns always been understood in an
rolitK-al party that men would disagre
? m questions of
?State conventions and other party gather
logs are designed to bring together m
ff all ??-prs of party opinion, so ?hat ther
itwv be discussion, deliberation an?i
composition of ?lew? arrived st and ad
??latinen?, of difference?? effected, part
harmony secured and all iacl
party *.veid?d toge?>ier.
?i who ha - ! aa
fighting th* ram' bittles for years ar
?old by this p? - igogu? that ?h*?
have no right to think lot themeelve?
I ? onders that the Progressive
t not advised changes In ?he r-ne ?
ii?r?e. the lav of k> ind the mul
15? BSkS "Hot-, r-ij,id the mul'iMba
tion tab!? and the nil* of three be ex
prc?d to d< al ?vii'n n condition such a
lo Putier bees the ?-juestion it i? no
whether th? Inventors of thos
eiHo?Atdt, knew anvtlilng abou' t*o*rporO
liona 1 he trouble la that th? corpora
know ?r'-' mocil about the multipll
? ible and m-'V?? ua? of it In water
k ?... ibeii stocks.
" mm poojvis at rochestef
WftfJaVQiTUl Considered Strong
Candidate for Governor.
?rj- Tt]?gTar"*? to Th? Trlb-jr? ]
"??MfaaVf April 9-*v\'h?'e the l-ad-r:
apare ftgUri ? tnstructlng "th*- Bit
? <?.,,.-? tee Presiden" Tafte renomlnatlcn i
-?">rd crop of booms and boomlets Spraaj
up and flourished her?. They ran all th?
way from boom? srtd near-boom? for Gov?
ernor to mild bid-, for favorable ----n?idera
? ion for the nomlnatic-n for offices at th?
e?id of the state ti^ke'
One of those most discussed la the ho^T
ef Jam?sa Vr. Wadswtyrth, Jr, for the r.omi
r?ot.on for Govern?*"- The ea-Opeahoi
lauRhs ar?! denies th?* he has a boom. H?
? a?-s he is here only a? a clei?|i?ate ?o ?11s
C1J-.C such matters as Interest delegate.?;,
end hi? BOt opened headquarter? In any
sense cf the word ?less, he is
r."rsr dlsciesed by many aa the lr.dl'-idual
rnoit llkelv ?o receive the Republican nomi?
nation If Chairman Bsrner- retains his grip
en ?he organltation.
Frederick C. Steven?, '?x-5ur'-rintendent
?if Public Work?, an ancient enemy of the
*h^'^? nt VIidswortk now *r?s?*?on<stl<sd, and
a eloes friend of T- * Hughes h?s a
boon* though ha too only ?sntles when h
t? mer.tlor.--4 It isn't likely tha* ?he?-- rival
ambitions will reopen th? 8teveaS)-Wads?
arorth feud, WhlCb began WDSB Senator
Stevens backed the man who beat Repre?
sentative Wadaworth?' Old Tits for ^"~
gress on th(
Pochester has a fa'-or?.^ sot? in the r?r
?--4 of Thoma? B. Punn, ex-State Treas
? Nt Monroe County also has a blushing,
smiling aspirant for honor? further along
the ticket in Senator Ormrod. He wouldn t
rflaollas the "-"--mlnatlon for Controller If It
"?"??re offered to him.
Controller Prendergast, of Brooklyn, who
Is known as the head of the slender Roose?
velt delegation, has heon mentioned for
Oovern?-*, but not much reaently His
Rooeevalt proclivities seem to have 9tuntt*?d
his boom In this atmosphere.
Some of the delegates, after Dr. Butler
finished his speech this morning, aald that
<? must be taken a? Indicating t>r. ?
?wllllngnesa to serve his state ns Governor,
M ?'-Is state 0O""IQ0nted. ?fO ?rreat enthu?l
aam for 'nlet wa? developed.
tho?jgh. ev>. n amon-r the Barnes cohorts
*4-:th whom Pr. Butler was serving
? Pred A. Hlgstna. of the
? '.?? York, chtrisbM an ambi
ha? a host of ftlendt, both am,on-r Now
Y?vrk m?n and ups*;?ters. and there are
min?- Hlggtns rooters.
Friend? of Mayor Thomas H. O'Xelll of
Auburn have ?a-jneheri ;. real llv? a--ltaii..n
for his nomination for Lieutenant Gov?
ernor. This Is a real boom, this one, vu h
the fir?*, and uhnilstakal -.>m of
I " ? : ?op-'Oined .-.
th.. in..--1 robbtea to-day, while Mr i
etnl] J anrl Bni'lerl
WICKERSH?*\M WILL RETIEE
Attorney Oener?.l to Lenve the Cabinet
Washington, April n ?Attorney General
rricker?.!i;.m will nol servs la the ?'ahin.-t
fifter Marrh 4 n-xt if President Taft Is re?
flected. Acr<>mp>>nv?m- this announcement
to-dav wa.? the declaration that Mr \Vl?-k
ersham ejjteriid th? ?'abinet with ?? distinct
rstandipc that he would not
more than four years, and had made his
pro'esat-oi*-?! ?urari?-irnunts accordlm-ly. It
was also atiitt-d that President Ta?t and;
Mr. P) i .?' ?? In thovo-Jtrh .
? to th; adii'ii'iiitra'.i'.'i.'- anti-trust policy, '.
and that tn-day'a ai.iio'jnceni. nt ??u, with?
out poflflcal slgnifi?-?!' ?<
I i-xiH-i i to K? t oui thgn," Mr. W'lcker
f*i?-ti said 'Kirry ?'abinet officer re-signs
on the fourth of Mar? h at the ?nd of an
administration. A? to enterlnii Mr. Ta ft* s
? abinet. again, if. he Ig el?-ctad, 1 ovniUl
ar? to dwllne un invitation before it i
"A?i extended to mi. ' j
STATE PLATFORM "URGES" ALL
DELEGATES TO VOTE FOR TAFT
Itocheatar, April U. -The r-. mmittef?
which drafted the party platform and
! the vexed qr^stlon of Instri'
lions lasting from early
aftorn'.on until mldnii'hr l?nally agreed
to the following compromise with re?pe?t
to the party's attitude toward the re?
nom ?nation of Mr. Taft:
"We applaud the i atrioti.-m, wisdom
and undmmatk courage of President
William II. Taft. The overwhelming
majority of the repr?sentatives of the
party in this convention assembled favor
his rrnomination, and wo urge that th*
delegates-at-large here elected in their
action ;.; Chicago ?airy out this choice
of the Republlicans of the state, and
thai th? district delegates unite to th<_
Th<- ? ... ted hy th- com
The Republican part) ol Sew Vrh :n
state convention assembled. Iiereb*/ declares
' l's faith in t!ie-,se fundamental principles of
government est?bil ed li he united states
by the adoption of the Constitution
\v believe tnai this is a eself-control " i
i representative democracy, as illustrated by
the entire course of our national expe
\\" believe thnt order Is the prerequisite
of progress and that this national tradition
must not he destroyed nw principle be
sacrificed to opportunism.
We believe that the guarantee!?? of the
hill of rights as incorporated in the Con?
stitution of the I'nlted Btates tor th?
tectlon of each citizen, even If threatened
by a temporary minority, shall he for-^.r
We .believe that public conscience shrvikl
express itself properly and affirmatively in
the election of public officials and not
negatively in their recall. To reveres this
ord? r would encoura.ee disregard of duty
in electing public officers and place n
premium on j ?fleet of that duty. The
furdamental coi sideratlon Is that pa' He
m rvantS shall he soberly elected rather
then carelessly elected and then cashiered.
T? e aew an?l constantly changing condi?
tions incident to the industrial development
of the last half century are insistently de?
manding rendlustni?-nt through legislation.
We urge legislation to give hotter protec?
tion to life and health and to safeguard
t'^ose who are engaged In dangerous occu?
pations And we further advocate the en
sctment of a workmen's compensation ??-t
Which In large businesl nrgani-itlnns sha
establish, as far ?s |?>ss|hle, th
of li.buranco against injury to em; I
The Tariff Plank.
\\e believe In the Re ubllcaa prinrtp
of i?rnt,.tjon to Am? riean workingm?'
farmer. Customs duties shouM he ndjurte
to cov.r the difference between tr
of production In th! and In
countries, and such djustmept should
made bi Congress upon f??'ts ? ??
l>.v an mi artial ?hoard "It!. authOilt}' t
i .!,' i thorough Investigation. Wt ctm
tie? _.*? ?i- u of the Democratic par"
in th.- llous? of Representatives, i
professed to favor .? tariff commission ;
e. certain the facts upon which r ,stom
might i?- based, and who immediately aft*
oiftalning pow-r repudiated th Ir feme
|>rofi ? tar^t
bills without regard to the fact... r? port ??
and without Inquiring Into or cirin.- f
Of American business or Amer
l lleve In the amendment o' the ra
'.?"rial bai king la? and the creation of ?
national r**serve association, together witl
a pr ? an elastic system of cur
. and credit properly safeguarded anr
free f:.<m the domination of any sectional 01
? ; finan? la ! Influence.
We believe In the >peaceful settlcm?-n: 01
all International ?? and ih.- r> f<
<.f ail justiciable controversies 1?. an lnt?i
n itlonal court of Justl ?
Wo oppose as subversive to our form ol
government the initiative, the compulsory
Istlve referendum and the recall, elthei
of public servants or judicial decisions, or
any device which Impairs consistency and
continuity in the expression of pi pular will.
Against Recall of Judqes.
Wo oppose the recall of Judg. s op ary
system which will introduce coward
>?n element In the administrai! n of 1
The authority of the Judiciary should not
he impaired, Respert for the courts broken
down, the constitutional protection of t**e
liberties of the individual iiouM he- de?
We wpo the d^lee_.itrs-st-l.arge from New
Ti il< ard tie delegates from the Congr. mi
districts to contend nt ?h? Republican Na?
tional Convention for the adopfon 0
principles herein Indorsed and the >repud!a
t'.on of the principies herein opposed,
Two members of the committee .n
resolutions?John ,T. Rrown and T..
Southerland. both of Westehester
County?voted against the plank urging
the delegates to vote for the renomina?
tion of President Taft
DELEGATES GREET OLD VETERANS;
LORD'S PRAYER AN INNOVATION
[gj ?stegrapti te Th? Tribus, i
ter, N. V April 9 -It would net
he h regular Republican convention with?
out ?h_.JR.ey M Depew, and it would not
be s regular Republican convention
the delegates c-'ve th" widely known New
Yorker a heartj welcome Th? ex-Senator
arrive here Ias4 nigh?, and though lie met
and tslkeed wit! . many of his
friends, he did not got his real welcome
morning, when he walked down
dale of Convention Hal!. Almost every
one ?7.-.1 up ... cheer blm,
(nother little burst of welcome ""?riA In
opinion was divided as to
for whom It was meant It wa- iust *ft*r
eonvsnUon bid ebeen openiwi, when
I ?'? s. K"o??nt??. chairman of th? New
York .'."inte.' Committee, lam L
Ward, of Westchester, '-ame do??n ?be
ore hehlnd ?he o?h.er Ther? was
Mattering spplaose, with a few cheei
K<oenlg and a few for Ward.
troll er Pr^-nderg^st played a lonesome
band to-day. and he did not look cheerful
ove. it The man ? - '?-.-itcd ?aith
being the only repr?sentativ" nl Theo
dorse RoOseveH oft the Job went down l"
Convention iia.il unaccompanied, st"kc to
ocl) a ten of his personal friends, end paid
?ho strictest stt>.ntlon to the trpeet of th*
temporary chairman. Nicholas Murray B'?1
Wbatever he thought of the many
pointed reference?* to "the colonel ' It did
not ?how in his faca, but he certainly h?d
the attitude of a man who was ' |USt wat?
?>.._'? foi his chance to replj
The Rev Dr. C. C. Alberteoa, or Roches.
ter, ope-net tin conveatloa with prayer,
concluding with the Lord1? Prayer, in
which th* )ined
"Thafs ?h? first time I ever h?mrd that
pre y er a* 1 convention." wa? the com?
of a veteran of fifty such gatherings
' DOC" Marshall, the East Side district
leader ha_ always been noted ,rr ?
al:l!!?-, ?o stay up all night for roiw nig?i??
In succession without ihowtng -ho ?pph.*.>*?
offi-ot?? of ?h? ?9ff. boijif The (Joe-tor hu?
displayed hli anu??? ?long this Has c nmt
]o?s times m the ezlgancJos ol politl? 11
'.?-a-ierihir or, ?he East S:de. and his 1 I
has been the 1.rondar and dis?
cussion among his friendi snd
The secret f it all cam? v!?h
>? that rv.. ? Marshal! hi s .?-o
habit of sleepini for a fe" houn <?? -?
- o on.
What the vea) si mai assure, every
on-, was a purelj '""a1 snowstorm struck
iter to day, on.d ter 1 time the suf.
' ? ? :
? thi Set Torh 1 5oui ty
Committee and one e* ?he assistant so.-re
fanes of the convention, ?"as among ?h?
di?jcovertd real protection
when be wen? out and bought a new ??.&.'
lng stick Thus fortified ajains'
. . v? r h. returned to his room In the
Rochester > out Ms j
heavy walking shoes. Thomas H Whittle,
Th?- Bronx dlstrlci leader, earns n Just
th--n ' Hallo, lohn Packing : oui suit
cases"" he ask?rd.
Th--- committee on resolutions established
a new precedent for ex?-eu?ive sc'sions
wh.en it met In a room in the Powers Hotel
ot which the doors were glass, modelled on
the lines of a French window. Every one
thar felt In-lined walked up to the doors
a::d watched the committee at woik. One
could se* everything, even down to the ex
arsaslone of approbation on the face ot
ttatS Chairman Karma when William M.
l\ina would get up to speak, but one could 1
not hear a word.
Alderman Frank J. Dot-lT. of the 6th I
restrict, In New York, hnr had one mis- j
fortune after another mi this convention .
trip. Th? alderman ?e it et s featherweight. ,
not by MVeral hundred pounds. First, it j
was an U] ?>cr berth on the train coming up, ?
and hlr, friend.- say It took five of them to ;
get b.m ' tucked in." This mOThfng he !
would take in a moving picture 1
.?how. He Rot in aH rlrht, Mil when b4
? l to leave they had to Rtop the 6how j
and have a few nahen bold down the seats
until he saaed himself mit
Some ?tir w?s caused by a little diversion :
that centred around Chairman Rarnes at ?
of the convention, when a mc3
- whlt-pered loudly to him that "Wan.
Intton wanlgi him on the long distan.c.-. ' j
The messenger 1 reful to w!
loudly ?-nough to be overheard at the prrs*>|
table that it was thought by some to be a
"rl?nt " Mr Fqrn?? did net bV? it, in M?J
? ? ?m, ->nd he gave the answer: 'Teil th?m
to wait Ml b? OUI Of h?r? in ibOUt h?lt
ThOSS ?-rhei have hern p?)?-?*led ?s to th?
reason for ?.tr?tchln? tb? convent km out
Into -> ??-i-o-dav session thought they had
tha solution this morning after '" Nicho
las Murray Butler i?Hd been ?peaking for
mor? than an hour. A apeaCk that long is
h ??"invention nil by Itself," wa" th? wax
one deleg-lte expressed his Idea.
The Kiiffmi-tlst? were on hnr.d ?rinn?*! ' ?*"
? ? ntton ball ?i la morning Th?
holed iMegat^ asking for a platform plank
favoring woman'* suffrage Th?v took It up
with t'-e rnanmitto? ?.-i <-e?J0tuttona Ister,
lid th? Bias? doors an?? e\?r\- on? .-. Sight
of the fair rin**? pleadlns th?lr raime,
' "That's th? Matter ertUl Fs Uteri -'*
th* ?un? ?h? band played whil? ax-t*}?f-iv?rn9r
Horace tvbit? end Timothy i. Woodroff
c orted Dr Butlei ?o th? chal?
If Rri'ti?? ?n?il?d broadly ?-? h?n i? '???-n?
? T,? tr call the roll on ?;?<? nain-?*- -clon el
I"- B'jtW as temporary ?-h?'rn
t am d?r?.-t?d by th? .--t?te i*ommltt??? i
;..?.??.? ?he ran?? of Ttr >:i.?ho|a? M
? . - *(,r temfKirary cha'rmtn.-- h? h?gar
\r? th?r? ?.nv oth?r n-"-nin?tion?" I?* no'
according to ?h? oleetlon low (and
,i,c ?n?!'? bro?d?n?d Into ?n op?n r
? , ,1 ? *.*oTe*erv win ?-?11 th? roll ?ind
?i?3fJt? w?'i rise ?o hla place .ind ?t.
? i ho* -t
Tb?r? wer? l.tJlfl nsm*R te N COfled
i ifayett? B. Oles ?on did 11 In al ut ilft?***ti
'?'"-'?- "? Udridge, ef Roch?Mter ?nd
M?"mr<"-e Counts ?; th? ho ' * ?
- ?mtioTi and N I? to he ?een hi th? com
pan: of aeeriy tren op? ?-.f th? del?
gre^t ind -?ma]!. Mr |i mixing Ilk?
ho?t, that'? ill
"igtemolymsr* Cyrui V Phlllit '
Roch?tster li Rise ifflning as t "host Mr
Phiihrs i.? *?onflp?ng hi" aetlvitlei mainly1
to Ml fellow legioletora and former legis?
lators who *r? here aa *l?i??--t':- ?
He gave a dinner for ?h?m ?.,.night
in th" Pow?sri Hot? ' -: ? n *
M er ritt ir of th? Msembl? i n I en ??
?r ,i?rn?? "ci- "vTadsworth ft w?sr?i imong
May?** Hiram II ?-;d?-*?r?--'- wkooe ge i
Ity extends to all, It ltd ?? t to the
Demiieratlc convention "f lilO, ic an l
familiar ?lght in th? hotel lobbiaa Tbo
Mayor li mor?
though brause he li i stanch Republ
limothy I Woodruff, of King? County, i
the h'isl??t r?e?lv?r of f-nri?.??,.i.iinna (?,
h-? geen around th*? convention One mich?
aimoat ?hink h? had received i aominattoa
at ?he hand? of th? ?l?ivjflt<-4. ?hidglng I
the way they flock around him.
"It .<? an because he demonstrated ;
rally that he did 'com-- back-1 ?n ?pit? of ill
the talk, that they "never coffl? back ' 'Tim'
did, that's ill." is th? ?a?* his friends e?
SPEAKER CLARK .TUBILANT
"Best News Since the Last Bahy Wa.< ;
Born," He Declares.
Washington, April 9.-The supporter.? of ?
Sp'akfr Hark were ?jubilant to-night over
IbO heavy vote polled by h'm in Illinois
"When told hv telephone of his I
That's the best news I've heard etno,
the last baby ?a u bon."
Kat'-r this siatemen? by Pneaker Clark
was given out at hi campaign boadt]
It gees without ?aylng t> at I am delitht
ed with th. new? from Illinois. I would
be eiilier more ?,- less thnn human if I ?
did not feel nood over th? ?pi-ndiri rtctor)
which my friend achieved I liav? aoa
aomething over ?v? delegate? <>f eour/e,
the*? cannot r.omin.ite a ?andidat". b-.t
they constitute ,-i rlr,?> ptart in th.it ?llie.
tl"n. 1 am rrofnimdlv grateful to the ?
Democrats of Illinois, aixl hope that those
In other state? win g0 and do likewise
Chicago, April ??--United States Senator
William I.orlmer was ?nanle to go to tie
polls to-day becauee of nines. H? was
taken ill last night an?l was in bed to-day
with a cold.
Answers in the
No. 119?Fair to See.
No. 120?The Deserter.
Watch To-morrow's Tribune for Correct Answers to the
Next Two Series.
DR. BUTLER GIVES. KEYNOTE
IN PRAISING TAFTS WORK
! Cheers Gre_? Chairman
Speech in Which He
Tells of President's
l?o-hoster. April 0. -Dr. Nicholas Mu?
raj Butler, preaidenl of Columbia L'n
veraity, m his spe? ch i 'day i temp'
I rary chairman of tl
.cel) dis ? u ? ' - tv
Of 1012." I|.- - :?? tak? ., ,:< i!i
be] note of the n itlonal ? ami " ';|. un
th" delegates frei i I tli
, telling i oineta of hit add!
I >r. Butler ?\..'- to th
,-i. ?'.. : bj ox-i Sovernor Hora
? White ??n?! Timoth) v\
Dr. Butin devoted himself ahoi
equa?y to a b k Oil th?
'. \eit doctrines, which he characl
mcnt on Republl 'an cam
i ilgn proposal ? M r
Cel*? ? ? ..
he received liberal applause for hi
many strikini* phr<aaea. II a I notic?
able, however, thai this ppli M wa
? >taneous only when ho made n ?
of Presiden! Taft's name.
In his spe ch Di en par
"What criticism is made of the B
I administration of the nation flurii
lest sixt? en j ? srs? Tin r is, fli
honest -* ?i.j fsir
from whom we dirt? -
'? fundamental politics! poll?' 1 I
Is i Ident In th
"< ond c govei '.
?nt which, however n?im : ? ?
ly In full p. ? ? ? i ? ? 11 ? ?
h, and Which Is f??ur;?t in pal I
the rank?? of our own -part] tnd In |
within th.ska of tl I
It in^ludoe* .h.? erhole of the Socialist part:
<?; wen a? tome of those
Is one of such blissful el.
tl..-,? they eannot ?ind sny poiitl. i\
eiation quite sstisfsctory to th?*n
''.: i tel behln?
th? tim?n that w? ?? ?
langusas of the gaming ? -d-pm
te-e; ? touch with <
mareh of proer? ?? thai we are bul of ijrm
with ?h--- Mttsfactlon of i
biman noeds and ?rlth th<* alleviation o
humen aulTerlng that * ?? pi l
rl."1'* Sebove human righl I nom?
means vicient if poi ? le If nee
1 to tr?>. tho |
mon? from our paralysing control
T.i I.? ??? the political hlstnr^
of ?he 1 i-,i(or1 Stat*-; these ehirpo"
ftranc. Indeed ??it ?ronden? whether h?
in really listening to ?h?- ?[?..e.-n , ?
m. n or to the 1 ? ? i ?
e->m?_ y,?' k thnt 'iir w hoi"
f^im of government ; thnt the R?
r i ' mi and 'he Democr ? sn ?il\ i*
fault. that ..11 depertm? Is ol ?
meint ?re controlled h> apt | ?
Interest?, and that 11 ?
ernmeni it Is, ha' ?
If these statement? wer? mi '? ?*>f th?
government of Russie In the seventeeni
iv, or of the powrnn
der th" Msnchu kings, or "f th-* .
of en 'u.rofertnoci Turkey, they would
n-?". ? nor alarm up But
ar? made ,,f th? trovern!)!'!!' cf the
These ?tateme?*.' | ar? no prepOstSr
SUS, ?-o contrary to recorded ;??H Hernor?
strated fact and infrinst-all'' ?<"? ehivrd.
that ,inl?*s we were eo?*?,tantly hear.ncj
and resHinrj \hani / ? ?vi-.?'? ?*ave dllfl
eulty .n pervjeHino eurselvei t?Vii the-.
are reallv nn-l?
Df?pii W'li Ge? Incompetent People.
?*"????? extraordinary ??a??m?n'i si
to meten, ?-. ' ? n anything li
ble, either tl st ?he \
?r? in- r.tnr eter ? ell govemmsnl
?ha? fi.??- hf e , r.-n^ a m
' -h -.? Mle ?n form '
II r .??'?? - III .-,,..'
snd sped -1 int?*? - '
.......... if the Ai
peopl* . ? ' ' . ' ? ? ?
? n"- or Ir? t ?r s |
-nfl ?hat ?
in particular .t appea--? that the mosl
..-ri be->?f.r?"?? o' Amer!
can institutional *.hc indor-erdcnt ? di
-'??-?tqeH .-/.th ?he interpretation o'
the lav ind ?with ,U|e Bsfeflusfdin'fl< al
constitutional limitatione, I now reg-rd
?d t^ ,i harmful ohecl? upon 'be people'i
cvjll n--i || , obstacle *n their ires and
progresi e p loctal ind politit il ^* " lop
if thi? /?1-,-rtien? denunciation of ",ir
-r-./.rnn..-nt ,iti-| of Oi'r ronrts is One half
tri.-., then ?i.p Republican party shou'd
go! do ? n on its knees snd ipologirs to
the peode of Ihli o nli . is having I
three time? defeated so far>-'o!,t','<' ? man '?
ss Mr. Brvan for ?'** Pwslaency of the
... . ????.. ? e '. .. ? ?
. ?r at
. . i . . .Id cede to
? ? - ?
foundl' wicked | the i
it I ' ? otten spp ?? ? " lly, that a
.... ... ; , ? -
upon the ptopie save what the? hs ? Im
I u pon 1 ' ' ' ? '
?-' l| |UI. 1 . e. .c ? .?. ? an,"J
?Mus*. Be Government of Lews.
Tha ?nan who would do?troy the inde?
pendent judiciary because be dislike? or
d'ffers from -om* sneciric ?udicial find
mo is ar, mad as r? man who would set
h'3 house on ftre in order to improve ?t3
With ell this the Republican party
must ho everlastingly at ?v.ir. Wo .iio
not yet re?T-y to Bufa til ' flOVernmen.
by men of presumably no0'' invention?
for government by law. This contest
within the party ano1 i'?'? PrMidential
election mv/ decide whether our govern?
ment ?a to be republican or Cossack.
?tjut, ? the Constitution a ?? made
ln the ? ? ' '" '?' by men ? I ?? '
in ,;,.- ?? lor | Mno? pas -d away.
Ti.ci.-f"-?-. the ' itwom. H
? be ad] 11 ted, tri? i hrai a now1 run.-1, to
What about the multiplication ?
What about the Role of Thre? ? What
about tne Ian m? ol
these come down to i'- fro'ti hoary nn
ti'iuitv. Surely th?w cannot i>.? allowed t..
praa unao*)' ' ?'?? 'i In th face of auch
change?? condition? as now? surround us:
\-.i.\ ahould the dead hand of the 0
f th?- A ribs ;in.l of ?
and tl ou.-ht j
?il ? OUI
?if counting .-1 n.i of computation to the new
? :n o needs that aui round
those who Invented the multiplication t ihle
aid th? Rule of Th-<? never h'.ir-l of m
c,.ri.' ?ration with thouaand millions of
capital! How could the rmiltlpreafm, tabla
sn?i the nul? of Thr ?
with a condition thai *
Tho ?"act i? that in the hi-.tory of man?
kind some things, after long toil and
tribulation, are settled onca for all. They
neither invite nor permit amendment
and imp-?ov?mant. These achievements,
taken together, are progress: they con?
stitute progress: they are the evidences
of progress; they are what the word
progress means. To attack, to under?
mine or to overturn them is not progress,
The fundament?! principles which un?
derlie the Constiti'tion of the United
States are no straitjacket into which a
growing people is forced to its distress
and harm. They ar? rather a chart by
which.the ship of ?t?te may sail safely
out on new and untried seaB, certain
that the danger spots are clearly marked
anrl' the havens accurately indicated.
These principles ein never grow old;
they are everlastinoly young anrt new
We ate to-day tefHted with pol I
intent medicine men. Ignorant of
nary lawa of political and aoclal gi
r Set ?? . ?'., ; ? im nt th.
Dit. MCHOI ?8 >rl l.*l: \\ tm TLEO.
odd end curious nostruma of tn?li* own
??? -.. ii- oui ?? ils, to
to do awa ? a II h !" lus
Lb? m that happy and
il : topi ? In tvi
men with nothing useful t" do habitually
Pious snd oracular aphorism? ?re 'he
f ri,.- politics] patent me-dl
rine ? uii of ? n't-her nfiV*
ci mpelllng thai he oannot Ilnd time
-. nd* to tii- the - Rice which
la The I'Min d a? hanre of
prerenl dut? does not seem likely to eom
i him sufflel? I) to ; larger and mora
. ronatituency v-Mth-r th? f.-n
am nt the t'nited States nor th?-? governor
ahip of a ? itati offers adequate
for hi? actlritt?S and his g.?nln? H?
must h irry off-, While public hut-lnem wait.?,
... ,- -, und his own praises
hit ..u?i phrases to th? open
?' ho -.saemble to pvet
it may perhaps be "aid tha*. however
misleading theee political patent medicine
;;,-, !,/. i. noranl and I ov.
: ih? popu I guea of the
.! i . yet they have fl ? fol?
low in muai llat?tm to 11???? i ? i and
? hell political pat? til m??dlclne or el ie
all fall to carry th? n?xt i?i-??i?*>ntini
, )eo,\ow i ,- ? lutely,
I riery that the Republican party and
? its principles are for aale. I deny that
! g political party exists only to win elec
i ti'-n* it any cost. If it ?letlrs its princi
I p'ei ?l is no longer a political party, but
'cnly an organized appetite.
V/hy should we hesitate to follow pre?
cisely '.he same course in 1C12 that served
us so well ?n 1096? Let us stand up be?
fore .ill the peop'o of the United States
and say that we propose to go forward
with pol'cles of true, not false, progress;
that me propose te protect and care for
human rigM-i, ?//hftbe.r of person or of
p-operty, ??/?thout privilege and without
?-?i-?no**-o !.. but that -* ? propose to do
this untrer the fimdamental gii*?rantees
of Our constitutional government and in
accordance with ?ta representative forma.
Le' u? make tho mamtsnance of our re
P ibliean form of government th? lofeding
r?nH ron?roHing political QUCStioH,
Soelslism at H?*H of Movom???*?*?
th? inspiration nnd <-iri? ing force behind
? ? rthrow of i
? he. attacks
? ? ? nd mdependenca of ?i??*
c.i'ii '.? ig aoclall i th? ?neniy.
Ro.?lall ? ? ? ?' i itlsfled
? the poor blind folk who
? or Demo
Hb, try of
,i ..,.i th? institution of pxi
? ? ? ?; in ti?c'r eyei
of i rolle? tivisi t?te in which
<? . ? l Oil
? ? ??:-??. .??.?, poll les si
-? | itght ot ?, numert? il
L?o t.ot - Sll that
It .-.-.r-ropqtit ?<-?th
? repu I government Do not
Wo must challenge thoog doctrine?,
each eorf ^i?, ,n our own party and in
other pertiea tt the -"?v outoot of this
eampgigni end we "?av he perfc-t'y con?
fident thai ?f we Ho Mi? American people
will respond just as they responded in
T?d tl-,| ^-?r trif) r0|(? c|0Sa, ,n
November rievt one were grest question
.. 'i he settled, and ?"???'eH right. Our
reprr?ent??'>ve aovernme*"?' will be secure
f'lm t'-.e attacks of be'iever*; m ? direct
,i?--| socialistic ci em o c rar. y.
The lupromO i??ue in this -"?mp-iign ?9
the r"-eiorvation of representative insti?
tutions and he maintenance of .in inde
ne,.jftnr judiciary. No other po!;tic-?i
proposal eon approach n importanoo the |
mamtononeo of the form of government
under ?/hlch ?'*? live. It is id?e to ?ay j
that the novel p?-or-"--s?i!? now made re
i it? only te set on by tho -*.ate3, and not
to aetton hv ? ?<o Un.'ed ?"st-ite?? Th?
ten-?,-?r-,.,-,?-,? ,r,-H ?h? ?pirif ?hai bring
them forward In the levers' s*ete?
v.'ou'd easil) find s?me plausible excuse
to hrmg them forward ?n the nntioti if
they ?ir.-f, ?n he n?ven t"-1? siig'itest en?
couragement. It will be well for ?j?,
therefore, *o sn-nrl a I'tM? 'esi? time in
discussing the rol'ti-al Who's Who"
anr) rrn-id^r-'hly rnor* lime In ?-le-irinr,
ui) our ra*n'i-tinii.: 01 to the oo'itic*?1
A', -?y, What"
"?.ne-i1?;'; ?is M?mbei of Pa?-ty.
So far ?if one member of the party m?v
lid, I wish 10 d-claje
' for brief, simple, direct end un
equivor.i' declarations on the chief mat
terS S !i..-A a'.' :?'ling solution ua
ratl.ir.ol ?rueitlona c,f therr- f n-"-n*? those
u rik-rt ?.? e ? f i -it .mi ortai '?
.1. Publie opinion is a^klnar that streut r
I protection bo ,'i\--i. ?" the life em,: health
? "t tl lunlty; that w-trkincmon's
easatlon le-Kisiwtir'"? be enacted, and
', that and inore prompt re
f the so? ei pi??! lem .n Its m inj
? der eciir form of K?'>v?rn:nent
reyponsiblllt' for meeting this
ind i isi rest, with the
In so lar
. ? authority, hov. evei
i the Republican lid pledge lii>.-if
; to net tnat authority to the utmost m or.w
1 i hai ? ? ? i ? nds mai be pr. mot
,,1 n, n... htffhes*. public Interest .?n.1 w-lth
i cut Indulgln | In e "-nomi?' orgl-??.
, i ? tlon ihould -i" esully ho ena*i
: . on* . nded by the
isl Monetary ?'ommlsston, to provide
the people of the united States with tin
,!.. modem and scientific i.ankin?
...uld not become a o;ue.-,tk?n
about which politics! parties struggle. It
natter, however, ol the greatest pr-s
??nt Importance to ev?et*y business man in
the whole United States-an?! tlierefore to
oUre popula tlon?whether Ida interest*
. be 'ni ge or I mall.
The whole force and power of the Re
publiean p-??-ty should be given in a
>spirit< net of contention, but of patriot- '
to the cn-ctment of the necessary j
leqislation. It is in the highest degree
discredit?ole to u3 as a peoplo that we,
havo so long tolerated conditions sur
rounding our bankimj .ind credit system ?
that produce and intensify panics, make ,
: possible an unreasonable variation in the I
interest rate, and offer unexampled op- ,
portunity for dangerous speculation and
for highly centralized, if wholly unoffi?
cial, control of the nation's banking re
.31 The Just expectation of the people
ti st tl ?? duties Imposed on imports should
y,f\ ,.,-? -. . ? ,t reduced ought to he met
: without delay. There are three ways of
Axing nt"-? ot duty on imported merchan
,.--. These rat.s of duty may be fixed.
? without gnj knfrwledfe of manufact
?inn? an?-? commercial conditions whatso?
ever This Is not a g??od thing to do. These
rates of duty may 1"* fixed, second, on the
i basts of statements made h> Interested
, . paons only, whether importers, manufact
or wage earners. This Is not a good
tlvn? to do. These raten of duty may 1 ?
.,x',.,e third on the basis of information as
to manufacturing and trade >?? nditlons oh
taln. d by ? "government board or commis*
s'inn acting solely in the public merest and
with a view to d?!nit Justice to manufat-1
: ur-r wage earner, importer and the p
' whole, The last !s the only wn\ In
which ?he Republican party can afford to
? ? ?? ' laten si A r* I.?n ??? th -
Condemns Judicial Reca
Confounds Ad minist ration'.'
Critics and Outlines
: tariff. In dealing with this problem ?
i ahoiil?! never forget almost the last wof
of Presl lent McKinley, contained in l
i grtat speech at l'uf?alo:
The period of exOlUSlVCBeCS Is past. Th?'
? \i?.!isie.n ol our t:ade ai.<l commerce Is
ti..- pressing problem, Commercial wart
.???? unprofitable. A policy vt good will
r.n.i friendly Irad? telat.on? will present
reprisal* Reclprocelly treaties are In liar
?,v|th the iphit of the times, msas
. . e rult.-U.in ui e not.
No Sherman Law Amendment,
<.,) During .lu: last twelve years the mea
lug and application of the so-called Sh<
. anti-trust law have been defined ai
clarified _y numerous farrear hing de-l?io
<>f the i alted otates Supreme Court Th
law should nut, i.nd need i.?>t, be amende
o?" weakened, What ._ i.ow ncede?! 1? su
plomentary legislation, conceived In tl
, mum broad _t.d statesmanlike spirit th
the language ot the S'.i.-rman anti-trust la
it.-? if reveals, which will make po-sib
artmtnlstvatlv" cmtrol, without prellmlna
judicial process, of in?Hviduals and corpor
engaged in interstate common?'.
; fai as tills u.a> h? necessary to prevei
! n.ct-.e poly and vnf.ilr practices. This w
relieve business, both hi? and little, fro
tue uncertainty and Indeclalon that no
hold It in check. In my Judgment, expei
' i ??? and the judicial decisions of the la
; twelve v?ar? Indicate with some eiearne
I th? lines along which new legislation shou
, h. drawn.
Tho proposal that the government ?
the Unite?-! States shall fix the prices <
articles used in interstate commerc
however, is absolutely abhorrent, and a
illustration of socialism in one of j.
i most maleficent forms. It is perfectl
j possible, by the use of the taxing powe
to control and to limit privilege an
monopoly without placing ourselves ur
dor the tyrannical regime of governmer
.?i Ti.e International policies which ha'J
dlprnl?led nnd made memorable the ad mini:
'ration ?it Presid-nt Tuf? should be cor
tli.ued and extenUed until we have co:
' lnc-;d not only the whole civilised wori<
but ourselves a? wen. that we are commit
ted to a. i ollcy of peace, good will and tti
1'idieial settlement of International all
putei TI.e eTKarlzatlon of our own feder?
fovernmeiit Illustrates !?> th.? fuller? e>
r-n? the possibilities of ?. ?rdvllUed worl
in which o?- ?tendard ot justice rules an
one Kreat court Is its final interprete.!
Some ftood people have .-?t to l?arn that
treaty w|?h another nation, pledging .?ur
selves to e-uiinilt all differ.-nee? between tu
two nations tor judicial settlement, i? ti
more tin alliance than . lawsuit Is a mai
riaga, xhls * ill perhaps become clear I
ti'ti-e even to th?- tnosi ootsterous element
of c.'ir population
(6) Toe appalling cxr.avagances of ?ov
i ernmenr should fei cheeked, and the Ke
j publican party should pledge tt**lf to clm-l
lit. It may weil be ask??! whether, in in
I -etit'itinrr a m?!eh-need<?d inquiry into th
ihlgh cost of II? Ing. ae should not begli
with m Inqulr* into the blah coat o
being governed An ??ret-f***? ed statesmai
la reported to have scud ttiat the govern
I meut of the L'nlted States could be con
[de ted at a ?.?vins of ^.itioM,^ ?, veer 1
| it could he ortanls<ed on busin-wee principles
It would be an ;?''? of constructive state?
manfthlp to mak" a serlou? effort to tes
] what savin? could acpially be made by i
mere businesslike and economical ?-onduc
of government, in order that the burd?r
of taxa'iin ma' b? relieved. The eonven
Moral excuse for .< huge ?<pr.r?'<prlaflon i<
that thi? is s rieh count?-- Tt is not th'
<r?, however, ?hat pays ta_.es; ta:.e!
. ire ?'.lie) bv human b?
i '7. Those natural resources -?f th* roun
: try that ettll remain part of the public
: ?i?main, whether forests, mineral lands oT
: water power, should be se used and devel
1 oj "d ts to give the benefits of ownership
to th? people as I "hole, while afTordtn?
Opportunity 'o those who undtrtake the
tesh of development to gain a fair regard
foi their labor and their Investment.
1 '*?> ThM the court?, both federal and state.
msv (?ear ?he heavy bvrdea laid ?mon then
to th? ' omplete satisfaction of public opln
|*m, stespe should ipeemly he taken to
avoll th? long del?**? ?nd th? tedious and
costly appeals which now so often amount
to o denial of jMettr? in civil ease? and to
a failure to protect the public at large In
) criminal caaes. Till-reform would of'.?self
relieve the courts of much eHtie|?m no?**
1 directed aealn??t th?*m. but which they,
?without le-fielatlve Ssalstsnoe. .ir? ?to? ?bl?*
I to meet
Ir a short time we shall ha'e completed
tie work that hae Called us here. We shall
hav? dec?s,-*,-. c.ir irtshtg and Intentions
ami we sha" hare msd? a declaration of
our prineiples. The Presidential campaign
will soon op^n *M*h vigor and In earnest
Ther*? wfn r.* seen SO of ?x'Mtement. no
dour??, there win be appeals and counter-ap?
peals, denunciations and counter-denuncla*
?n_._ ??-ill h* trrest outburst? of en
??nt and of fe?hng "f de%otior. to In*
dindual leaders-, and ot adherence to par?
ticular principles. Yet the next President of
?h? T'nlted Ptates ?Will not be *-ho*"?r. in s**v
of these wav?. nor will the POlldeS of th'9
P?piibiic fer the next fo'ir ? ears be so de
T^e ?ext President of the United
States will be th? deliberate choice of
the American peopl? after they have had
time to think, after they have had time
to weigh the attacks upon the foundation
of their government, end after they have
had tima to cont?mplete the almost im?
measurable distance which separstes
that progress which is true and lasting
from thst proaress which is fslss snd
AMERICAN CONSUL ATTACKED
Calgary. Alber'i Uprtl I.? "razed, it is
sa'd, b| drugs ind f'iffrrtnp under haMu
tJons that h?r pr?ren*s were te?ng pre?
vented from entering Canada by American
officials. Camille Bates, a neg'.ess. attacked
Colonel E. 6. Hotchklss, American consul,
in his offlee h?re to-da>' Detectives pre?
vented the consul from be?r?* *?ertOttsly In*
SUNDAY'S NEW-YORK TRIBUNE
Mailed anywhere in the United Ststes
for $2 *>?- a yea?*.
fontiniied from tint page.
?Toilette, 6,5.38. Clark. SMlt; TVUion
Joliet. 111., April ?).?Roosevelt car?
ries Will County over all other randl
dfites two to one. with an estimated ma.
Jority about 3,000.
Aurora, 111., April Q.?Roosevelt car
, ries Kane County over Taft by 8.0f?)
? ;ind carrif?! k?n<lall ;in?l 1?*- Kalli ?..?un
ti.'-^ by .? four to one- margin. Clark
carried Kane County over Wilson two to
? no, one Kendall and De Kalb xnt%*
ties by a like margin.
Danville. 111.. April 0.-Ex-S'peak.
Cannon Is probably renominated to Con?
gres? in the ISth District bv two to ose
over W. D. O'Day, his nearest i-omret
NEWS EXCITES ROCHESTER
? Illinois Results Cheer Roosevelt
Men Among Delegates.
[By Trl^praph to Th.-- Tr.'-jr.?. ]
Rochester, April 9.?News of the Rons?.
velt victory in the Illinois Pr?M-Vntiai pr.f.
I erence primaries caused a great stir tart
[ Everybody was excited over the afTa?'
Taft men In general ?aid It was what hid
been expected, yet It hearten- d the 1
velt men notably and sent toward them *
drift of delegates who had ?been d;:-- ?
State Chairman Barnes wa? one of the
first to hear the news. H? was nr?
??rested and wanted ever?- iOtall )?
g?t. Having rereived this taXornutton, ta?
i s-iid nothing, but hurried into the m
of the committee on resolution*, which ira?
?o take up the matter of Instruct-.'-"-,, for
trio "big four" from this State
S*nator Root also had nothing te ??- ?-?
puMteatton, hut went straight lmo the com?
mittee meeting af'er hearing about niinei?
Tlmothv L. Woodruff d^chred the r??nl?
was a distinct vindication of the conven?
tion system. "This shows, ' said he.
m'ich better It ?s m hav? '-o ?-"??-r,t ion *
Wh?r? th? delegate?! ran ,-,in<;M^ ?? ? ? .r..
matters, a? ?*-? ar? doing h?r? in de*'h?r?(
tlve fashion. Tn th??? pritnari?-?? th?- .??
ten do.'? of agftatSM and prcmi.- ?
I ?tump speak'ntr. and tbea th-- "MOple ire
I <-all?d on to vote."
\ Banuel B. Koenig, pr?'id?nt of to? Sen
I York County Repui,ii.?Hn ComBitttee, aeH
the result was expi-it??]. - It ,?ause? ?* ..?,
?hiprise." he faid. "It merelv ?mp1
| th? ,if.oe^<\ty for tffinnatf? -, unnl^kable
a?-tion in thi-? stnte, where ?re ar? for Fr??i
"'Ifs ahout what ?re expected. ? ?aid r??n?
tor Josiah T. N'ewcimb. "It l?x>ks to m? a?
It th?- "tartlfOla had all gone ???.??j tl
ruarles and voted for Boooevelt, as v usos
"-?a.-- defeated by the ?.'?"in. "rats."
H?rhert Parsons said the result lr Uli?
nols wHj not to be taken as 'm-Jlra?n*? irv?
thing like a similar sentiment exis'ini; in
i New 'S ork Ftite, a separate ?entit?- with
v--n- different conditions and diltereut feel?
ings, it. f-|t c??tctaln, tboufh, that th* Mi?
nois 'Roosevelt victory would have ? ma
t *- r i -i ' Influence on ?h? action of ?? ? tata
, ,-? ? <-.,t!--.n h?r?
It vas amone th? few ReooeveM MM ' *??
that the ii??! eauperi th? greatest PtiS
ControM?r J-'rendergaat, who has beta
rather (onesonte for a eoupl? of da", s, wa?
radian^. ^*'llliom L '.'. erd c?'*r,
Mho Is committed to Boooevelt, hustled,
around to Mr. Prendergai?
as ha h?ard of ?h? r?su!t, and tb? two ir*?n?
?cm? time In mutu?! feHdtatiOni
Vard had no'hlng in p?rti?-jl?r te, ?a*?.
excr-pt that the BOWS v a* groat Ms
gr^nne-i broad I"?-.
Mr. rrendergast had m*0h to M? H ?
th? survi' a! of (he e?tjtt ? he d? 'ir??4
"it goes to show the n??d for i Presidential
pr?f.rep-.?, primarv ?n Hem T?srk Itat?
It's the first test in a great Repu'.-licj
stat? Illinois is simply leading th? ?'?-.
Th? da- after Colonel Roooevelt -*?"?'"" i'-.*-?-?
his willingness to be a cand'.daje, If the ?jOO?
pi? wanted him, r sold h* would breek lain
party lines I ?*e no reason to ??hange that
This v t.-* a re?;r?*n'? to statemen's al?
ready r-lng mad? by tail KoOSQVSlt P.?
Publica"? thai the Democrats prj.'it!"
were r?spon?lbla for th* Roooevelt "'.* I*
n.'T.mois VOTB 8TIPP DOOrT
S9V? Ltomh ft Primaries M?an?? \\n\eooy
velt's Nomination?Taft Men SUeu*
Washington, April ?.?Senator Dlxon, man?
ager of ?he Roosevelt campaign OOMIWittOs.
mad? the following stateaont to rail I
Illinois Republicans have declare! for
Poos?-, elf as their nominee for President by
more than 10O.00O majorltv. The over" :
ing repudiation of Taft bv the Republican?
of Illinois ends the Taft campaign for s
renomination Wherever legitimate rrl
mary ?vpression has been had the P.er>.ibli
can voter? have ut^erlv repudiated T?<*
In North Dakota Taft received LOA votei
out of a total of 57,000. In Wlscon-Un ?>"?
Republican voter? repudiated Taffs
by 70.000 m^ority. The Illinois Republi?
cans repudiate his claim for renom!*
bv over 100.000. Certainly, no Republican
leader can longer doubt that an attempt to
for-"? Taft s nomination under these clr
cumstances would be suicide for the Re?
publican party. Roosevelt will be nom?
inated at Chicago and *vll! be tnumphtntlT
elected in November.
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