||1 WHO NOMINATED PARKER?
Thomas W. Lawson of Boston, who
is writing a series of articles on
"Frenzied Finaace" in the Everybody's
Magazine, in which he is exposing the
methods of the coterie of financiers
who control the finances of this coun
try and whom ht denominates as the
'•system," says that the nomination of
Parker was brought about at the behest
of the Standard Oil eomp.-.ny, whom ho
savs is the heart and soul of the
Iu one of his chapters he denounces
in especially strong terms J. Edward
O'Sullivan Addieks, the noted repub
lican politician of Dele ware. In
answer to a letter from a New Yorker
who asks him why he i» going to vote
for Roosevelt when the president's
favor is the only standing which
Addieks has at the present time, he
admits that if this were an ordinary
election Theodore Roosevelt should be
defeated for that one act alone. To
show that this i-s not an ''ordinary"
election he continues:
But after admitting that Theodore
Roosevelt is made up of ODe part Big
Stick, to parts Practical Politics, three
parts Mirror, and four parts Theodore
Roosevelt, you and I and all men must
allow that all these parts are envelop
ed in a cloak of absolute fearlessness,
and that the whole is saturated with
an old-fashioned Yankee honesty,
which means we are all absolutelv as
sured of the impossibility of any eang
of highwaymen or disguised confidence
men using him for a stalking-horse to
rob the people. If Theodore Roosevelt
is elected, he will, have no doubt,
before the -fourth day of March, 1909,
involve us in many a "skeery jambo
ree," but I feel absolutely certain that
nothing Theodore Roosevelt will do
while President of the United States
will ever make any country-loving
American ashamed he is an Amer
Now.what will happen if Judge
Parker is elected?
In answering I will not guess—I will
state facts, thiuga I know to be facts.
Theodore Roosevelt, while President
of the United States, refused to allow
''Standard Oil" to run him, and '-Stand
and Oil" got hotter and hotter but,
not daring to rage openly, how they
did spit fire "on the quiet!" Lf I have
listened, once, I have twenty times
while Mr. Rogers raved at -'that
—well, I won't use his exact language
it wouldn't be respectful to our Presi
dent. At last, as in all such leases,
there came an absolutely-not-to-be
borne trampling on "Standard-Oil''-dig.
liity, and Theodore Roosevelt was on
the "System's blacklist until eternity.
Mr. Rotors called me to New York in
connection with some other business.
I found nim in a terribly excited mood,
"What do you think that fellow Roose
"*""velt has done now? Youn^.John Rocke
feller telegraphed him to give an audi
ence to Archibold on the trust matter.
Roosevelt saw he hud us and played
some of his dirty politics. He sent for
the .manager of the Western Associat
ed Press and bad him agree to publish
the telegram in the West, keeping it
out of the East, and to publish it
purity and flavor
not found in
DUBUQUE BREWING ft MALTINO GO
having been sent by Mr. Rockefeller
instead of that unthinking boy, and, of
course, you have seen it in the papers
it's everywhere how he kicked 'Stand
ard Oil' out of the White House. That
is his last insult to us, and we will de
feat him at any cost."
From that time on Mr. Roger's able
bruin was working day and night, first
to get John Hay to rue against Roose
velt, next Root, then Uncle Mark Han
na but owing to one of those complicat
ed entanglements that old Dame Fate
now and then reels out of her crochet
basket to the bewilderment of slick
mortals, his efforts went for naught,
and he was compelled' to fall back on a
more dangerous and expensive plan
He laid out on his campaign table the
"most available" (what worlds of eel
skin, political piety those two words
cover!) Democrats, and it didn't take
him iong to make his selection of a
man who would, if President of the
United States, allow those who put him
there to |"run the shop." When his
selection was made he called up his
faithful hired man, Senator "Pat,
McCarren, of Brooklyn, N. Y., and
gave his orders, the same kind of or
ders as he gives for the purchase of an
oil well, or the knocking in the head of
a business rival, or the setting up of an
Amalgrm ited kao.:k-do.vn-and-drag
out—"Go here!" "Go there!" "Bay
this!" '-'Sell that!" "Billy Sheehan to
captain that company, and Dave Hill
to dig that mine In short order the
venture was all covered to its finality,
and there has never been the slip of a
cog or the UDgearing of a wheel that
was not forseen and provided for. To
try to balk a part, of his game I posted
Bryan iu advance of the St. Louis Con
vention, and we all know how he upset
their plans in the committee, but we
also know it took but the pressure of
one finger on one button at 2li Broad
way and the gold telegram episode to
put thi'igs back into the smooth-run
We Bill know of the kick-up in New
York City between McCarren and the
Tauuii: ny leader, but the pressure of a
thumb oa another button at 20 Broad
way, and the hated antagonists found
it impossible to live in the same world
without Hying at each other's^'throats.
Everybody marvelled at.the ease with
which the various rivalries in Demo
cratic politics in New York State were
subdued to make unanimous Judge
Merrick's nomination for Governor.
I £could give you. had I the space, a
thousand and one of the marvels which
this "System" is performing in the
present campaign, and which will have
for their linish the sudden purchase of
a few doubtful States a few days before
dore Roosevelt and his ambitions, and
—hell for the American people!
I trust you will reconsider your de
cision to vote for Judge Parker and
that you will vote for Theodore Roose
velt, even though Judge Parker may
be an ange! and Theodore Roosevelt
the champion of a hundred Addickses
instead of one, for if you do not, and
this country is turned over to the
,'System'' and its votaries at the com
ing election, you and I and all other
country-loving Americans- shall bury
our faces in the ashes of repentance
many and many a time before we have
another opportunity to cast our ballot
for another Piesident of the United
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