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Window exhibition of Taffy
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cbina'"shoaId"'lsve 1een chsrnd ;
to expUla how It, had beanlpolble.to
use more than tUO.0tO'ln the flint to aaMt
ProsTeaatves .to State and 'county oflees
and as delesates to' the Btste convaarJoa.
"Wi were startinr out to , reoraaalM
the Republican nsrty.ia Ohio. I dcnt net;
Here "we would have accomplished orach
by electlnc Roosevelt delesates If wehsd
left the party In the hands' wa-touad. It
in. air. Jianna was parucuiariy aesmwa
of seelns the Dartr In Ohio" reorsanlsed.
Wa made no -effort to elect Roosevelt
delesalea torn the State convention. dssktV'
ins tnat u tne state went xor wni
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in "the primaries he wouia ettne aeio-
-it. there had been bo oestrs to .wet
Ronaevflrj delesxtea." '' Baked'' Senator
Pomerene, -"would you' have .spent" this
167.000 or any substantial part, thereof to
chance the State orgaalsstionTt- . .
'Tea. If- Mr: Taf t had withdrawn from
the race there, sad there had been no
doubt out that the Roosevelt delesates
would' be elected. I think we still would
have spent as much in an effort to take
control from the State omnlamtion."
The committee, after ezamlnlns; Judge
Lovett and Senator Scott aa to UM cam
paign contributions, were little' nearer
definite knowledge of the contributors to
theHarrlman fund than before. Lovett
told the committee that on the day on
which Bliss was to call for the money;
Harriman left early for his country
place. Arden. and turned the money, all
but about S30.00S of which was in checks,'
over to Lovett to deliver to Brown.
Judge Lovett said the .fund contained
$0,009 in all. He could not remember
any of the contributors. He had a vague
recollection, he said, that one name war
down, as a contributor, but he requested
the committee to excuse him from giv
ing it. However. In line with tne policy
so far pursued of listenlns to and admit
ting to the record the flimsiest oi near-
say evidence, the committee Insisted upon
knowing the name.
Well," replied Lovett. "tne name i
had in- mind waa W. K. Vanderbllt It
Is a very vague recollection, and I give
It' with some doubt ss to lta accuracy."
The committee failed to ask Judge
Lovett either the mental process by
which he had arrived at this vague recol
lection or why he doubted its accuracy.
So far the committee has accounted lor
only 1150.000 of the fund. It has been
pretty well established that Harriman.
Morgan, and H. McK. Twombly each
contributed $50,000. It Is believed that
both Vanflerbllt- and Twombly con
tributed, as the two men were identical
In their principal business Interest. It is
expected that ttTe last $17,000 which Sena
tor Depew made went to the Harriman
fund, though this has not been definitely
Senator Pomerene sought to establish
through the testimony of Judge Lovett
tthat Harriman had big V interests at
stake which might be .-materially af
fected by. a hostile administration fol
lowing the election of 1901. seeking to
have the Inference drawn that fear of
hostility was the principal cause for
Harrlman's Interest In the campaign.
"So Mr. Harriman was completing his
work of organisation and decentralizing
his vast Interests about this tuneTT ne
"When. & ISO?"
Tes. or in i305."
"Oh. no. He had completed that long
before ISO. He obtained control of. the
Union Pacific' In Bo7-or 185s.- ana the
Southern' Pacific -was bought in JS0L so
that he completed his .task three years
Chalrmari-Charles D. Hilles of the Re
publican National Committee and former
secretary to President Taft, and JohnD.
Archbold, vice president of the Standard
Oil Company, will testify before the
C. P. Taft Doaatloa.
Mr. Taft prefaced his statement of
contributions to the 1908 fund by ex
plaining that he desired to have his
brother enter the White House without
monetary obligation as the result of the
"I wished to obviate any Influence
which might be had on his from a mone
tary standpoint." he said. "My desire
was that if he were elected, he should
valk Into the White House without any
monetary obligation toa, ny great inter
ests or to any corporation. On this basis
I was prepared to go the limit."
Mr. Taft gave the following list of his
contributions, following his brother's
nomination in 1908:
September St-Fnnk Hudiesek... .........JS0.W0
September 3-H. A. Williams, ftitirmin Ohio -8Ut
October 3-Httchoxk .................. Wf
October T Hitchcock ............................. W000
October It-Hitchcock ... BJ.OOD
October lt-Hitchcock ...................... M.O0
October 1S-H. A. 'WUlUaBtl..... . f,m
October Sl-H. A. WDuuss. . Ml
December 5-HItchooct... U.BB
The last item, to defray President
Taft's expense between election and in
auguration, was returned by Mr. Hitch
cock, as was $150,000 of other Taft con
tributions following; the election. Mr.
Taft explained that while there waa no
agreement that any money he gave
should be returned, Mr. Hitchcock when
other moneys came In. returned the $150.
000 to him.
Asked by Senator Clapp to give the
approximate total of his expenditures.
Mr. laft summarized them as follows:
To Arthur Vonrs.... ,. $140)01
It A. WlUUna.. ........ ....... .... 4UM1S
Frank Hitchcock.............. M.9ITS)
Other Item.-...-. .............. TJBttt
Chairman Clapp asked Mr. Taft If
he knew of -any other contributions be
sides his own. -x
"I think some were sent in to me and
turned over to my secretary to be for.
warded by him to the National Com.
mittee." he said. He had no record of
these contributions, however.
"Have you ever had occasion to in
form yourself as to the total of' your
brothers campaign fundi" he was
"1 never did." he replied.
Mr, Taft's tabulation of his .contri
bution to the Jate pre-conventlon cam
paign in behalf of his brother follows
lannarr.Z-A.. L Vorra...... 7U...M... afs9 Of
February 1-A. L Vorja............... IJSjSs
February ,S-Taft Bureau-... .. ......... 9M0IW
March T areSlnley.
March 18 Vorra-. -... ............. ...... ... .... Uslal
April 2a Torn........... ............. S.I
May Vcnys.'..... h-..h.m.............. S.09IS9
May 13 Vorn........v...-.. .. ....HHM S0,aas9
May. JB-Blaine aub, cuetfo.....
Total........... ..... JtUJat
The- apparent 'discrepancy lnxthe fig
ures. Mr. Tatt explained, was caused' by
items he charged 'against his campaign
contributions in the farm of political
services-rendered, by" Ous JCYar; Wash
ington correspondent of Tart's paper,
the 'Cincinnati Tlmes-8tar.
. 'Summarising his. preconventloa ex
yendlturea. Mr. Taft abowedvthathe had
spent tSiSM.for-the preconvratioh 'cam
paign in .Ohio, tUMK seat to McKlnley
for- the Jiatlonal camaaten. and aH.Tatan
Xor various litems, incladlngfhe'Wne
dub contribution, .and.: the. salary and
expenses of his Washington correspund-
' X conflict' with the statemeat of ft ana
tor IHxon-developed-io ths testlarooy.of
Du.-R.tBaaaa.iof Cleveland, soaot.the
late- Mark' HaBaa.vand,who' wis 'tis
principal ecmrrftirtor tarOMoto.lCM.
Roosevelt's. TTfrnTsiitlnn rawnslga
anainst M-rt Bute ;nd county, k. J SiHOVA - F ? 4!PM.l!5ffT'- 'V SlIS'JSiSfK.'aKSK
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-.'Aa-Ja-tatf-oross sxaminadoh of WU1-
iaasVjnhWiaV raaaylvanla. an, attempt
toafautfs jt-show that.all money spent
fa. .w. nawwnusuw inwuuvciiuva
eajBfadsa.'aatsttld'be charged I up to. .the
aattoaali? asasjMata because of the re
eetsd -beaeflt-hei might obtain from
such expenditure; Mr. Brown told the
committee 'that of the $117,000 'which
Oast Hanna save in the State, only about
could rightfully be charged to the
Roosevelt candidacy, as the principal
fight was' to tear the control of the
State organisation from what he termed
the "Federal officeholders" there, and
that' the fight would' have been, made
and 'the money spent whether Mr. Roose
velt's victory In the State primaries
was assured, or- not.
Mr. Brown said that of the $60,000
given him byHanns, $90,000 had been
paid oat from', the Columbus Roosevelt
headquarters, sad $30,000 sent to the Yari
ous county committees, all .for the elec
tion .of Roosevelt delegates. Of the
$77,090 additional given by Hanna, $WO0
nad been used to defray the expenses of
the Roosevelt special train 'during the
colonel a -tour and the remainder had
been used -exclusively in the campaign
to get control of the State organization.
Of the money spent from the Columbia
headquarters., a large part had gone, for
postal cards and advertising, he said,
which waa necessary because of, the bal
lot used. Mrr Brown said that virtually
no other money beyond that given by
sir. Hanna bad been collected in unio.
Mr. Hale Testifier.
Mathew Hale', of 'Boston, the Roose
velt leader In 'Massachusetts, showed that
$71,442 had been spent by the. Roosevelt
organization there, of which amount 'the
National Committee had contributed $52,
134. Mr. Hale said that there may have
been some small amounts raised' by the
small committees throughout the State
and not turned in to him, but that from
the frequent requests' he received for
funds he did not believe a considerable
amount had been raised.
Hale said most of the Roosevelt money
had been spent in educational work, such
as the sending out of literature, advertis
ing In newspapers, and, holding Roosevelt
rallies, while the Taft people had spent
the greater part of their money at the
fag end of the campaign after Repre
sentative Gardner came'up to Massachu
Mr. Hale told the committee that a
larger expenditure of money than ordi
narily would have been called for was
necessitated by two circumstances. In
the first Place. He said, much of the
Roosevelt money waa spent In shaping
up the sentiment In favor ot direct pri
maries and securing the passage of the
Massachusetts primary law, a measure
which waa bitterly opposed by the Taft
A second circumstance waa that in the
last mayoralty fight in Boston, between
two factions of Democrats, an excep
tionally large sum of money had been
spent, this fact raising the standard for
expenditures in Massachusetts ana ne
cessitating more advertising than ordi
narily. He said the defeated candidate
in the mayoralty contest had, filed a
statement showing expenditures ot more
W.T. Mossman. or Pittsburg; treasurer
of the Taft Club, filed a statement ot
receipts and, expenditures ot his organ
Former Senator Fred T. Dubois, the
Clark manager In the preconventlon
campaign, testified to having received
$534S.S8. of which amount, he said
William Randolph Hearst had contrib
uted $$.500: Perry Belmont. $200; Demo
crats in the House of Representatives,
$300. and Mr. Clark himself, several
Grand Tory Probe Brings Out
Fleecing of Kaj. Pendleton
' of 155,000.
New York. Oct. 9. Fleeced out of $55.
000 by clever wire tappers, who worked
the first part of their game In the gild
ed corridors of the Waldorf Astoria,
MaJ. Ewdard Pendleton, of New York,
Palm Beach, and Tampa, began before
the grand jury to-day the recital of a
costly experience, which he concealed
until Burns detectives discovered that
be had been robbed, and started an in
MaJ. Pendleton said that one evening
last winter ne was stroinng' through the
"Waldorf, where he waa a truest, when
be feu Into conversation with on affable
stranger, who confided to him that he
owned a string ot fast ponies, had Just
oeen putungsome good things over, and
was going to put across .some still bet
ter ones, with the aid of a Western
This stranger. Major Pendleton alleges.
and the police believe, was Charles Gon
dorff. of many aliases, who has been
known aa "the king ot wire tanners.'
The major went with the stranger to a
west Bide pool-room to take advaata.se
of what he considered a good sporting
propoaiuon. ne won $9,000 the-flrst day,
but the .next day he lost zaaoon. Th
following day he dropped $25,000. He real
ized then that he had been swindled,
but kept 'quiet: Burns' detectives dis
covered him, however, and induced him
to tell his story to the grand Jury. '
Mistakes Patrolman for Burglar.
Pottsvtlle, Pa.,'Oct. 9. Mistaking Night
Patrolman Morgan Morgana for a ..bur
glar. Miss Jennie Thomas, the sixteen-year-old
daughter 'of David Thomas, a
hotel proprietor at tLanstordV Pa., shot
him early to-day as. he was standing In
the vestibule of the hotel doorway: Mor
gans died, an hour .later. In the Panther
In' England 'and Wales the average
death rate per thousand head, of the pop
ulation is fifteen: in Germany,, it, is Just
over eighteen, and in 'Russia thirty-one
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