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BRYAN TO BE WILSON'S SECRETARY OF STATE?
II Ki Miami, Fla., Jan. 30. H. G. Wallace of Washington, H. W. E.Alexander of Trenton and E. M. House of Texas left for Tren ton today alter a conference with William Jennings Bryan. This gave rise to the report that Bryan was sending a per sonal message to President-elect Wilson accepting the portfolio of secretary of state. Bryan could not be found to confirm the reT port. The Miami Herald declared Jhat Bryan positively had declar ed he would accept the first of fice m the Wilson cabinet. Trenton, N. J., Jan. 30. President-elect Wilson said today that he would not discuss what sub jects would be taken up in the extra session of congress until he got to Washington. Wilson will wear a silk hat at his inauguration for the first ktime since last summer. "I regret to say that I will have to submit to convention long enough to wear one," he said. "It will be the first time since I re-