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THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1912.
DIXON CALLS INQUIRY
SEVEN TAFT SPEECHES
' TAKEN BY PHONOGRAPH
President Receives M. Loti,
Who Tnlks About. Peace
UMiiiTs Ho Will Kvposp Work
iiiir f Such Clinip P-lili-nl
W.TS OTHEHS CALLED
nivs lie Will Deiiiniiil Thnt Tnft
iiihI Wilson M miasm's lie
When Senator ,ltMph M. Dixon, tlio
lloiwxrlt (viiiiiii;u inannRpr. appear
iiwliiv I'l'furo I ho Kiiiilo cnimnltto
itivcstie.ituiR I'.imp.ilcn pifis lit, pro
irthM to ncciiM" tin1 comtnlltoo of having
l irnffl tin ino.il ry into tin ntlnrlc on Col.
Ili will d'Mii.ind tint thy Hiihprrna
t!i l'afl, Wilson. I'nilcrwoocl, Clark nnd
Hnrninn inniHRnrn. nlotif; with Thoinns K.
ISv.m, hnrles IV Tn(t. ClinrloH It. ('twin
and other men of wealth whn. Senator
Pixon My, oncht to bi questioned.
"If they don't ivill the men I mention,
Senator Dixon Mid last nlRht, "I'm Rolnp
t" convict the committee lofore thn poo
rl of the clvMpest petty larceny political
pjme pvpr phypd I have the, facta and
ti: name nnd nm not coins to lpt n cheap
b inrh of n)litician lpfiiddl anybody
into lelieviiiK that thn lioomvplt cam
paigns have. lppti tnintpd nnd all thp
"I In' committee will havo to hp.ir what
I rant to siy I am n I'nlted Stnten
sn.i''ir and dm 1 1 t-tnnd on mv richls
l-.'fiup I RPt throtich tlipy'io likely to
kw com emlu ntMtlnc titith "
home nf thp men whom tho Senator
Rud Mtould Im mi1)hii.hmI nro Charles
1 II'll-1.-. republican chairman; William
! Mi ( n-nl-t and William (i. .lc.doo,
IVrn,Tiip ch.iisnnn and vice-chairman;
( l(,pi-Ri'l! Harvey. I'nl. II"nry Wntter
u'D 1 1mm i a V llyan and tho managers
lm Harmon and I'mlenviw il pie
i n'pnMon eampmcn
thuu.und pl'ito-mu are for Wilson
stid almost a many for Taft." dcelijmed
.'piia'or Diinn in i mnidor of his Man
i H't.m Hot I hpadiiuartPi's. "y,t N-cum"
-,) or Hup" rich niPti are for Hoo.Tvelt
thin In:' and civ U ivi I I Tim com
mittee hasn't said a word about Repre
sentative Dai ir rndi-rwind, lm (
nniTow I'll ask that repie.ontatlves of th"
t-eiloatd A'r 1 're and thp .Southern Hail
av N' Mlliprrinorl and made to tp what
thJaP roach 'ontribiitPd to Mr l'ndT
wnod's camiMipi for thp nomination.
Tliose ioid llnanced it. I Know who
tp man wan that tupped thp till and will
Rivp his natr.p to-moiinw
"Ihere - n man in PhilndflphlQ who has
riven S'.rt.nm to the Wilson fund, although'
th Wtlon tnannRprs h.ne npvpr made
thp tact public lln't- intprpetPil in xpvpral
cvirporaticnp bif; onp? I fhall ilpmand
hat hp bp cnl'pd and also that Woodrow
Wilfop.'s catnprtlcn for th- Governo.-.-hip
'wo ypara az" b lo"Ipd into Not onp-
tuanor of th Wilon ron'ribution in
tho rampaiRn for thp Prpfidpntial nomin
al ion wpro p'lbli-hod "
"Has th Spnafp commit"" thp richt to
mvpMiati a Stat campalRn'" said a
'Havpn't thy hppn invPs'lRatins Statp
pjjmpaisns for Ronf.pvplt?" th Senator
"The whop thinR is Rolng to bp draRRpd
out into tho opn." Epnator Dixon con-ttnu-d
" I don't propos" to lpt f h" Unitpd
F'atps PcnatoboproFtittitPii in a flpht for
ojitical pffpet iiKainet oiip candidate.
hy die into only onp national cam
paign? Lul'a havp thp lafpst ns about
a,! Lot's hp.ir who tho New York mon
wprp who raised n fund for Harmon
when they wnrp trying to Rpt thn nomi
nation for him Sonator Pomerenp. tho
Harmon manaRer, must bp subpnpnapd
"Anothpr pprson whom I shall dpmand
a mbpo?na for is Louis Hammprslpy, who,
I belipvp. has actpd as advertiunK aprnt
f-r th American Tobacco and Standard
Oil companis Hammprsloy hr rpcently
rounded up for Prpsident Tuft 212 forpipn
lenguago npwspajprs of the L'nltpd
Htatps. payinu as hiRh as 13,000 npipoo
for their "support I hap one of thp
contracts. I want to know whpro tho
monev cam from. I bcllevo it came
from outside and did not pass throiiRh
Mr Ililles'B hands The contracts even
prohibit tho newspnpprs from taking
advortiFementR from nny but thn Re
publican partv and tho copy must be
0 K'd by Mr. flammprsley.
Tharlos P. Taft must bn subprpnaed
too and othprs I shall namo to-morrow. I
fihall ask tho committpe what thpy mean
by calllnR for testimony all bearing on
one party nnd ipnorinR tho othprs. I
fhall pay ''Why havpn't you called Charles
R Prano to ask him how hp happened
to give $70,000 for La KoIIpUp's campaien
sna $70,000 for Wilson's?' And, by the
way, all the Harvostpr McCormicks are
for Wilson, but wo havpn't heard much
"Yes, I know that the Senate, committee
is ostensibly preparing to Investigate
everybody, but tnoir apparent schemo
is to wait until tho testimony regarding
Col. Roosevelt is all in nnd then ndjouru
until after election. The only fair man
on the cornmlttoo scemB to be .Senator
honator Dixon said that some parties
had already published their campaign
distributions and added:
"I haven't seen any public, record of
hnw the money has been spent." He was
f-'ifn the Harriman letters nnd other dis
closures at Washington woumn t nurt
Roospvelt a bit.
"They're RoinK to fill our campaign
chest before they ar through," ho said.
Oeorge H. Cortelyou said yesterday
that when he appears before, the Senate
committee investigating campaign con
tributions he will show that there are as
a tnattpr of fact no discrepancies between
what he told the committee and what it
hoard on Monday from Cornelius N.
HlifB, Jr , In the meantime, ho said, It
was clearly impossible for him to discuss
what his future testimony before the
I lapp committeo would develop.
According to Mr. nilss tho total amount
received by tho Republican National
Committee in J904 was 12,195,000. When
Mr Cortelyou testified beforo the com
mutes he said that the total was not more
than $1,900,000. a dlfferenco of almost
$300,000, Just how this difference could
be accounted for and leavo both Mr.
l.'nrtelyou'H and Mr. bliss's statements
accurate wns explained by a man who is
!nmiliar with what went on in the cam-L-aicn
In the first place, he wild, Mr, Cortel
Toy's Information did not come directly
from Mr. Miss, but from the accounts of
campaign expenditures ns they were
1i to the newspapers by Mr. RIIbb
andipubllshed by them in 1905.
In the next place there wan an arrange
ment whereby thn National Committeo
received contribution wliioh were not
ftrictlv for the benefit of the National
I ommltteo nt nil, but wer taken by It
tnrelv as a tnenns of trnnsfpr to tho
xarious State committees. An for tho
$107,000 that Mr, Hliss said wns left over
from the campaign of Ifioo, it wns prac
tically offset by a t-imilur sum left over
nt uie ena of tim loot campaign.
Allowances for theso fuels. It. was ex
plained, would resHliv mnkn un for the
difference of $300,000 between the amount
cited by Mr. Bliss and that by Mr. Cortel
. ine question was asked as to wh
'.(.oi. RoosAvelt wsntsd to ketp secret
Corrrtfht. li:. tj McClurt Nwi;ir
invitation extended to Mr. Harriman to
serve on the auxtliarv committee of the
Reptiblicnn National Committeo, It was
asked also why. In a letter written by
Mr. Cortelyou to Mr. Harriman on the
matter of the auxiliary committee,
Mr. Harriman was nsked to keep silent
n to the personnpl of the committee.
It wim said that secrecy was not nn
essential to the plans, of the committee
nor to the value of its work, but that the
membership was not to be announced
becaus" the auxiliary committee was
an honornty body and was very large,
consisting of nbout too mpmbprs. Tho
membership, moreover, was scattered
nil over the country
COLLEGE M00SETTE LEAGUES.
Vrllrlrr Vnonr nnd Smith Already
Hikf Polltlrnl rioln.
Mooofte Iioagiie are lieing formed
in women's colleges nnd coeducational
institutions throughout the country.
Mrs -lulia K. Knapp of Wele3ley, the
organizer-in-chief, alteady has started
flourishing league in Wellesley, Vn.-sar
and Smith and others are in process of
formation in all thp StatP universities
Her lieutenant report that there is such
a tremendous Roospvelt spntlment among
girl undPrgraduatPM in tho voting States
that not no of those who have pneed thpir
twpnty-llrst birthday would drp.itn of
dpnviiig the fact.
It" is probablp. they say. that mor than
half of the women students pnrolled arp
anient I!H)eveltites. not onlv beiMUs"
of the suffrage plank in the Progressive
piatiorm out hio ophupoi uipprnvitiiini
forgiving women a betterde.il in the pco
LAUDS TAFT AND LAMS
THE MOOSE IN LIMERICK
Mary C. Francis Turns Out
Day's Work in an Hour
of Toetie Trance.
Mary C. Francis, who is workug hard
In her office in the Times Building to re
elPCt Prudent Taft. was so Pt.thuslaMio
yesterday afternoon over tho prosects
of a O. O. P. victory that she hurst Into
song, and eiteniori7.ed limerick after
limerick, and then a quatrain or two,
and after that some RuKiiyat while a
dozen auditors drank In her lines in
Tho first two verses she explained are
intpndpd for a real vicious dig at the
Oh. look at this brave cotton stocking
Our Democrat slters are knocking,
The cold barefoot club
With tariff deception are mocking.
Or gaze on this pure silken ho
That covers the working girl's toes,
A soon ns of age
She eam her own wage
And laughs at the "hnrror" of foes.
Then tho poetess took a rhymed fling
at the petticoat campaigners for tho
Colonel. Just like this;
On a cornerette.
Has the linmst argumenU
Ever heard as yet.
She wound up as follows, without the
suggestion of an apology to Fitzgerald
or II. IO Gallienno.
nUBAITAT Or THE MOOIK.
Some broken pledges underneath the vine,
With nolso enough to prove that they are
Borne stolen thunder from my one time
Oh, whoop it up, and yet some more malign!
Ah, steal the Job and steal the credit too,
What matters now where fealtr Is due?
Mayhap I may my old time friends disrupt,
And as for honor, why, 'tis hut pooh-pooh!
It wasn't a bit of trouble, she Bald, when
the poetic trance waa on.
POLITICAL EVKSTS TO-DAY
Cnl. TtooMvelt arrives In Nw Tork, 2:10
Job llrdgrs, J W Wsaiworth. Jr, na
Sunstor Klthu Root pfk t Nfw Star
Carlno, 107th itrfft snrt Islington vnu,
nliht Mr. Root, Mr. Hrdgrs and Samuel
S. Kofnlg t l.no Ambly Room, J58
8'cond anur, nliht
Oov Johnaon on up-8tat apfaklng trip
Oacar Straua apfaks at Malon. Norwood.
I.lihon, Ogilrnitiurg, V" Kalh Junction,
Oouvrrnur, I'hllsde Iphla. Carthaicr, Low
vllle, aflrrnoon; Uatrrtown, nlnlii
D'mociatlc State Convention. 5)racuae
Vllion real ealate men meet, Hudaon Ter
minal llillMlns, : r. M
Oov, Wllion at Trenton.
BURGLAR GIVES HIMSELF UP.
flnra lie' Wanted In flprlnatleld fnr
Stealing Illnmnnil Itlnss.
Three hours beforo Htinriso yesterday
a young man werarlng a straw hnt nnd
a light summer suit walked Into the De
tective Bureau nt Pollen Headquarters
niul asked that ho lie allowed to give him
self up for burglary.
The young man, who was shivering from
tho cold nnd looked tie If he had not eaten
for n long time, told Lieut Fogarty thnt
his name waa John O'Neill, and that ho
wna wanted by tho police nt SpringflPld,
Mass,, for stealing, live diamond rings
there last April. Ho pawned the rings in
Boston for $150, ho said.
The young man also said no had dono
a five year sentence In the Charlestown
Penitentiary, Boston, and as soon as he
wm released last January got a job with
a railroad construction gang. That lasted
I only a week. Then be Joined a cuxue.
(tfu4 doe "Kot lo
' MINISTERS GET HIM
Hummers the Bosses nnd Talks
of His Friendship for Lend
ers of Lnbor.
FLOWERS FOIl MRS. STRAUS
At Snnitofrn Shakes Hands With
Kraekett and Cieortre
Platvbi'RH. N. Y , Oct. 1. The rains,
nay, rather tb floods descended upon the
secoud day of Oscar S Straus's cam
paigning tour, but otherwise things
brightened up a bit for the candidat?.
His insid audiences were largpr and more
enthusiastic than yesterday and in gen
eral a cordial feeling for the candidate
The effect of th? change upon the can- i Uroad street, were instructed by n reso
didntn wns salutary nnd lm went after ! '"tion adopted by the committee yester
the bos-os .i.h vigor c ha; ev.den.lv JoVr Tec 'X
notlcod that hl rofprpncs to Barnos and rrditor!, 'rhy may v,.n BO far BR
Murphy will win him applause, anil hp I
does not hesitate to bring them liberally
into his spoeches.
At Balston Spa, Port Dlward and
Whitehall, where he spoke from tho c.tr
platform, he contlnod himself to saying
that he stood for a business administra
tion in the State. Mr. Straus's euthucias-
odi.ts. They presided nt meetings, met
i the campaign party nnd served on ar
jl j rangemont committees.
mis morning ine canainaie was pacing
tho platform of Convention Hall in Sara
toga, where recently Sonntor Kdgnr
Bracken w,v presiding over the Repub
lican Stato convention Tho Senator
couldn't bo at thp mpetine. but he caught
the candidate at thp Dplawarpnnd Hudson
' ThP two upu shook A U
cordially nporge I'oster Peabody, who
wlntpr in Sar.Voca. was at tho .-onven.
Imll tn liMr Mr St ran. 'snnnl;
He was among the first to hurrv to tho
'-.tf-.r.,, f,.r rv hl.wlalmlln with 1 1,. -nrll
p atfiirm for ft haiidslinkn w th the canrti-
,rt;itaT tnpcipspoi i iPspp(n . ir .strain
1 aUo referred to him pointedly during
! "Mr P.vihody and I," the candidate
jsaid, "were barefootel boys togpthor
I in (ieorgin, and lihave attachpl him to my
I heart with hooks of steel We Progressive's
want nil poor boys to have an oppor
tunity of working their way upward
as we did
At Mechanicsville Mr Straus was intro
duced by tho Rpv Dr W H Hughps.
a MpthodKt minister. Tho old gpntjeman
declared that ho Itad never attended
a political gathering tpfore
"And you arpn't nttPtiding onp now,"
announced Mr Str.ius, speaking up,
"this Is a crusade for social iiiftire "
Thn candidate had a good deal to sav
about Barnes antl Murphy and incidentally
he referred to (lov Wilson, though with
considerably less heat. He said:
Now (lov WIIon, a man for whom I
have the hlghet resnect, n scholar, a his.
torlHn. has not had much expetience with
the practical affairs of life He does not
know the laboring man ns I do became
I have worked for the laboring man and
shoulder lo shoulder with him for the last
twenty-five years. .Some of you may know
that I was one of the founders and organ
izers of the National Civic Federation, an
organization created for the purpose of
bringing capital and labor together. nd
I have hi l at my house at my table agsln
and again the leaders, the labor leaders
of the count ry.'togrther with the greslcap-
talns of InditMry I have had Duncan,
head of the (Iranltn Cutters, henide Car
negie. 1 have had .Mitchell, formerly head
nf the Miners Cninn, together with Charles
M. Schwab I have had at one of theie
Important gatherings at my houe Presi
dent Klllol He said then that he never
remembered attending a dinner in a private
house where more Important men were
present That was a labor dinner, mind
yon, because I tell j on frankly I love the
laboring man better than I do the million
aire Tho Bull Moose special wai nn hour
late into (liens Fnlls nnd Mr Straus found
1,50(1 ippplp In Knlekerlr cker Hall who
Qwnii ty otllJ nir l, Urnl
T toKlrol et tht Frmth Govrnmar
Bull Moose "Movies."
had been waiting for him since noon.
Hla tntranort was greeted by a fanfare
from tho local brass band and some cheers.
Tho audience was made up for tho most
part of representatives nf laIor organiza
tions and of the Independent Orders of
Hibernians nnd Brith Abraham. A pro
cession of flower Iienrers marched to the
platform after the meeting and deposited
their offerings into tho hands of Mr.
and Mrs. Strnus.
Mr, Straus departed from IiIb usual
custom of fighting shy of local olltios
while ho was talking to SO0 citizens of
Plattsburg in thn thenrte to-night. Tho
subject decided upon was consolation
and tho audience listened with apparent
Interest to what the candidal" had to
say alout that. He said that he Imlioved
In State ownership of woter power re
sources so that tho "water power trust
might bo broken " He added;
"If the State doesn't get me at nny
rate it will get a lietter man than it would
have if I hadn't been put up nnd in nny
case I shall have won. But I don't want
to do the thing by half "
MAY GO AFTER REINHARDT.
Creditors nf Ki.forh ilr.tker (J I TP
I.nwyers Fall Power.
Valise A Vausc, counsel for th?
tective committee of creditors of J.
Thomas Relnhardt, formerly a mining
stock promoter and curb broker Ht 31
to institute proceedings to extradite
Iteinhardt from Kurone,
Th committpe nlso rpcommeudpd nn
lnvpstigation of tho Porcupine Central,
Porcupine Northprn nnd Porcutiino South
ern proHrties nt Porcupine, Canada,
thp stock or which iteinhardt had much
supccm in unloading lefore he went
It was announced that the securities
bplongiug to Relnhardt which were
recently located and which will be turned
to the account or the creditors are now
nndpr invpstigation .James S, Halth
waito. secretary of the creditors' commit -
tpp. said "Thp Reinhardt failure was the
mot successful failure that ever hap
pened in Wall Street as fnr as the credi
tors are concerned.
MISS HOLLANDER INDICTED.
Girl Guest nf lintel Astnr tn Plead
tn Larrrnr In Second l)r(trrr.
The rirnnd lury returned yesterday
, "rn"" nearee mmcimeni mr gianu larceny
I against Mls I ranees Hollander, the woman
1 arretted last week for .delraudlng shop-
I heO.ori H IHIng HI llie Hotel tnr
,, vo,mi, woman wns identlflecl hr
, n0tnn lepctle ns basing a police record
i in that town
'te will he arralirned In Part I of General
1 Sessions coiut to-rlar
ARE NOW PRESENTING
The Correct Modes
Fall ana Winter Season
of Ninttttn Hundred Tictlcc and Thirteen
Models, Materials, and Shades
From the Masters of Europe
Modifications and Adaptations of Paris Models
inditiiualiiing tfitm to suit the wants of
ucll-Jrcsstd American uomen.
This assemblage of new Fashions is probably
the most pretentious ever made by any house in
An earnest invitation is extended to those who
come merely to see the displays as well as to
Among the models in the Special Exhibition of Importa
tions, in our Fifth Floor Salon, are new creations by such
celebrated couturiers as
Pquin. Paul Poiret, Callot, Drtcoll, Dcueet. Vcrlh
Jrnny, Cheruit, Bter, Havtt, Linvin, Douillst, Btr
nrd. Francii. Robert, Prenwt. Maurice Miyer, BechifT.
DiviJ, Mirtial'Armtnd, Talbnt, Reboui, GtoriMt;,
Crul:. Alphonrine, Maria-Guy, Louiion, Maiion l.ewii.
Jufth Atttrnu? at 4fitb &lxvtt
QUIET REIGNS IN TWO
Wilson Sets Keynote for the
WOMEN HEAT TAFT MEN
nt Indorsing Taft
TnKNlON. N. J., Oct. I. Republican and
Democrat lo Stnt conventions at which
Presidential electors wero nominated
and State platforms adopted were held
u Trenton this afternoon without crent
ng even a stir of excitement in the po-
itical atmosphere. I
The presence of flow Wilson, who made
a short eeech, failed to attract more
than a handful of spectators to the Dem
Representatives of the woman suffrage
movement appeared nt both conventions
and asked for recognition. The Re
publicans insetted a plank in their plat
form declaring for woman suffrage, The
Democrats omitted such a plank on the
ground that the calling of a constitu
tional convention, which their platform
advocated, would sufticHitly cover the
The Hudson dplegatinn in the Republi
can convention refuspd to suliecnbp to
tho planks indorsing Prpsident Taft
and his Administration. Tho vot stood
54 to 0 in favor of the Taft proposition
It was explained that in Hudson county
many voters who still profess allegiance
to the Rppubllcan party in Statp affairs
are favorable to Roospvelt for President
Tho Rppuhliean nampd a their electors
at large r. Waylnnd Aver ot Camden and
Frederick Frolinghuysen of Newark
The district plectors chosen were Norman
flrev of Woodbury, Benjamin Hancock
of Bridgeton, J Lewis Thompson of
Red Bank. Abram A Cortelyou of Somcr
vllle. Richard Williams of Madison. .1
Hull Browning of Tenafly, Garret A
Hobart of Pnterson, U n. Brewster oJ
Newark, William Hiker. Jr . of Oranpe.
Ira A. Kin. .Ir .of South Orange, Anthony
J. Volk or Weehnwkcn and David H. Daly
of Jersey City.
As electors at large tho Democrats
selected ex-.Iudge John W Wescott of
Haddcntleld and former Senator Robert
S, Hudspeth of Jersey City. The Demo
cratic Huloetions for district electors
were Joseph H. Newton of Wcobbury,
Thomas H. Birch or Burlington, Henry
H. Terhune of Matawan. Georgo M. La
Monte of Bound Brook. Lucius T. Russell
of Elizaletli, J. B. Cavagnaro of Rldge
wood. Jolm HinchlifTo of Pnterson,
JJat'hew T. Cronln of Bayonne. Kdwnrd
M. aldron of Newark. Edwin A. Brndlov
of Montclnlr. John Ryan of Hoboken and
Kmest J. Heppcnheimer of Jersey City.
Gov. Wilson told tho delegates lit tho
Democratic convention that the very crux
nnd heurt of the campaign is the light
which that Party is making against
monopolies. He urged that this be mudo
Ihfl f huttln rtf nnnih.lnnnm fp....,
The Democratic platform pledges tho
party to retain the fundamental principle
of thn fiernti law, favors investigation of
the method of incorporation pursued in
this State and ndvoctaos the enactment
of lawn that will "effectually tend to pre
Tho Republican platform favors thn
adoption of tho ptoposcd amendment to
thoFedprnl Constitution for populnr elec
tion of United Str.tcn Senators, and advo
cates submitting to the people constitu
tional amendments providing fnr woman
simragp una niennini sessions ot mo Leg
Senator Walter K. Kdge of Atlantic City
was chairman of thn Republican con-
" ...--ri, .-...a .T'-1I(,.F ,(1.1,1. r, 1.1 l,-ll,- II,
Jersey City presided nt Hip Democrat io
The Brill Twenty
That's what we named
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became convinced that
they had more real
clothes goodness to
every dollar than any
other suits at that price.
That was five years ago
and, gentlemen, the
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but the suits are even
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distinction and perfect
fit that skill and brains
give to fine fabrics.
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NOW UN i:
Beverly, Mass., Oct. I. President
Taft made soven political speeches to-day
with no audience but a talking machine
which recorded his addresses rw
raanent preservation and also for cam
paign uso. Records were made of con
densed political speeches. They will be
used by tho Republican National Com
mitteo In sections which the President
Is unable to visit.
Tho principal visitor at Parramatta
to-day waa M. Pierre Lotl, the French
author, who waa introduced to tho Presi
dent by Francis B. Loomis, formerly
Assistant Secretary of State. M. Lotl
Is deeply Interested In international peace
and discussed It at length with the Presi
dent. He eaid he waa most deeply In
terested in tho fate of the arbitration
treatlos which tho President negotiated
last year with Kngland and France and
which were no amended in the Senate as
to prevent their final ratification.
President Taft expreescd the hop to
M. Lotl that after the return of Secretary
of State Knox from Japan and upon ths
arrival of tho British and Frenoh Am
bassadors In Washington tbe question
would ho taken up again to ascertain
whether there was enough of the con
ventions saved to warrant another effort to
reach an agreement. M. Lotl also referred
to the war between'ltaly and Turkey. Ha
said ho was much Interested in the con
flict nnd would like to see It brought to
nn end as soon aa possible. He talked
very earnestly to the President on this
Mr. Tnft received this telegram to-day
from Walter K. F.dgo of Trenton:
"Tho Republican party in New Jersey
in State convention nt Trenton to-day
unanimously plnced in nomination Taft
nnd Sherman electors, thus unanimously
indorsing your candidacy tor the Presi
dency." Roy O. West. Republican National
Committeeman from Illinois, wrote to
thn President ns lollows:
"It is too early to forecast the results
In lllliwi-i. but all our reports agree on
tha.p facts: You nrp gnining, Col. Roose
I veil is losing, and Mr. Wilson cannot hold
I tho Democratic votp. Our campaign is
wpII organized, wo nro working hard and
we nre confident that wonio going abeid."
Mr. Tnft will spend almost nil day to
i morrow In Boston, Iln will attend the
enrnorstono laying of th" new V. M. C. A.
I building ntnl will visit, nn Industrial ex-
posiiion in Cambridge. In tho evening
ho will iwi n guest ut a .Masonic nnniuet
at th" Copley I'lnza Hotel, wlipre he will
nipt Gov, Marshall, thp Democratic Vice
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