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10 PAGES TO-DAY. FAIR FRIDAY AND SATURDAYi LIGHT VARIABLE WINDS. The Journal's Want Ad Way is the the Easy Way for You T m a r inf & . mv i m Bsaasaaawi ar ax "m.s m . vri a t VOL. XV. NO. 94, PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 19, 1912. PRICE. 5 CENTS. 60S DROWNED WHEN GIANT LINER TITANIC WENT DOWN Surviving Passengers Reach New York And Tell of Their Thrill ing Experiences. BAND PLAYED AS TITANIC SANK BENEATH THE WAVES TITANIC, GOING AT HER FASTEST SPEED IN AT TEMPT TO MAKE A RECORD, STRUCK GIANT ICEBERG AND THEN HER BOILERS EX PLODEDOF THE 2340 PERSONS ABOARD ONLY 745 WERE SAVED MANY MEN OF NOTE CIDE. LOST captain: COMMITTED; SUI- STATISTICS OF TITANIC DISASTER. ' . By Associated Press, New York, -April 18. Titanic statistics compiled from figures given by a1 committee of passengers: i. Approximate number of passengers aboard first class, 330; second class, 320; third class, 750,' officers and crew, 940 total 2,340, ' , Number of passengers saved by Carpathia first class, 210; second class, 125; third class, 200 total pas sengers saved, 535. " . - Members. of crew saved -officers, 4; seamen, 39; stewards, 96; firemen, 71 total crew saved, 210. Total saved passengers and crew, 745. Total number that perished,-1,595 ; ". - Total to die afterwards 6. ' Grand total of deaths 1601. GRAPHIC DESCRIPTION OF ftOW THE v&i? v; TITANIC SANK WITH 1601 SOULS As Ship Sank Band Played "Nearer My God to Thee" By Associated Press. i New York, April 18. How the Titanic sank is told by Charts F. Hurd. a staff correspondent of the Evening World, who was a passenger ti the Car pathia. He gives the number of lives lost as 1.700 and praises the courage of the crew, hundreds of whom gave up their lives with heroism whih equalled, but could not exceed, the account says, that of John Jacob Asto Henry B. Harris, Jacquez Futrelle and others in the list of first cabin paaengers. It was an explosion of the boilers, according to Hurd's account, wiich finally finished the Titanic's career. The bulkhead system, though proably work ing, prevailed only to delay the ship's sinking. The position 01 the ship's wound, on the starboard quarter, admitted the icy waters, accord!: to Hurd's story, which caused the boilers to explode and these explosions ore the snip in two. ' s The ship's string band gathered in the saloon near the end, te narrative says, and played "Nearer My God to Thee. "The crash against the Iceberg, which had been sighted only quarter i a mile distant, came almost simultaneously with the cuck or tneevers oper-r ated from the bridge which stopped the engines and closed thewater-tight doors. Capt Smith was on the bridge a moment later and sumtoned all on board to put on life preservers and ordered life boats lowered. . Tlk first boats had more male passengers, as the men were the first to reach the fcck. When the rush of frightened men, women and children to the deck began tha women first" rule' was-rigidly enforced. Officers drew revolvers tut in most cases there was no use for them. Revolver shots were heard slrtly before the Titanic went down and caused many rumors, i One was that Cjtain Smith had shot himself, another that First Officer Murdock had ended as life, but members of the crew discredit this rumor. " J "Captain Smith was last seen on the bridge, Just before th,ship sank, leaning onlv after the decks had been washed away. What beime of the men with life preserevrs was the question asked by many since le disaster. Many of these were seen to go down despite the preservers, andlead bodies floated to the surface as the boats moved away. ' "Mrs. Isidor Straus refused to leave her husband's side and ah perished "Harold Cooton. the Marconi operator on the Carpathia, Sisnot go to bed at the usual time Sunday night and as a result caugnt tne it message of. the Titanic's plight, which was responsible for 3aving huncjds of the rescued who landed In New York tonight. . - "It is testified to by several survivors that the Titanic was gog 23 knots an hour when she crashed Into the iceberg. , j t SAY INSUFFICIENT NUMBtR OF LIFE BOATS ABOARD By .Associated Press. 1 ' New York. April 18. The following statement was Issued by committee of the surviving passengers and given to the press upon the aral of the uarpatnia: ' "We, 'the undersigned surviving passengers of the steamer atonic. ' in order to forestall sensational and exaggerated statements, deem iour duty to give to the press a statement of the facts which have come wijr Jtnowi- edge and which we believe to be truev: .-' - ; .V ' v , 1 ' iron. Sunday.'. April 14,18.13. about 11:40 p. nv, on a cold, staitht night. m a emootn ESCAMBIA COUNTY W00DR0W WILSON CLUB IS ORGANIZED SECRETARY OF STATE CRAWFORD SAYS THE UNDERWOOD MANAGERS IN FLORIDA ARE NOT SINCERE Special to The Journal. Tallahassee, Fla, April 18. A representative of The Journal sought 1ttriView wJth Screry of State H. Clay Crawford this morning and asked him for his views on the presidential situation. Mr. Crawford was not desirous of "meddling" In any sense of the word, and fully appre ciates the fact that he Is to be renominated without opposition to the of fice of secretary of state. However, he is a decided Wilson supporter tor the Democratic presidential nomination and authorized the following Interview: "I am supporting Woodrow Wilson for the nomination believing him the most logical candidate representing the progressive democracy of this country. While I recognize thtr ar sincere supporters of Under wood In Florida, the fact that there has been no active campagn in his behalf except in Alabama, Georgia. Mississippi and Florida causes ma to believe that the managers of the Underwood campaign In Florida are In sincere In their support of him. knowing there Is no possible chance of him receiving the nomination." A CONTRACT FOR FUME DELIVERY Tampa Times Says Florida Democrats Won't Stand For It. THEY ARE NOT GOING TO BE CONTRACTED AND DELIVERED OR - SHUFFLED AND DEALT LIKE CARDS'OUT OF A DECK SOME JUDGMENT AND CON SCIENCE' YET LEFT AMONG VOTERS.. By Associated Press. ' New York;.Apriri8. How the White Star Liner Ti tanic, the largest ship afloat sank Sunday, night, carrying to death 1,601 of the 2,340 aboard, was told to the world in all its awful details for the first time tonight with the ar rival here of the Carpathia bearing the exhausted survivors of the disaster. ?,-., . Of the great facts which stand out from the chaotic ac count of the tragedy, these are the most salient : The death list. was increased rather than decreased; six persons died after being rescue the list of prominent persons lost, stands as previously; reported; practically every woman and child, with the exception of the women who refused t;o leave their husbands, were saved. The survivors in the life boats saw the lights of the stricken vessel glimmer to the last, heard her band playing, saw the doomed hundreds on her decks, and heard their groans and cries when the vessel sank. Not only was the Titanic tearing through the April night to fier doom with every ounce of steam crowded on. but she was under orders from the general officers of the line to make all Jhe speed of which she was capable. This vvas the statement made tonight by Quartermaster J. H. Moody, of the Titanic, helmsman the night of the disaster. He said the ship was making 21 knots an hour and the officers were striving to live up to orders to smash the record. j "It was close to midnight,' said Moody, "and I was on the bridge with the second officer who was in command Suddenly, he shouted, 'port your helm,' and I did so, but too late, vv e struck the submerged portion of a berg. The most distressing stories are told by those giving the experiences ot passengers in the ljfeboats. These tell (Continued on Page Ten.) Mexico's Answer Has Not Modified Diplomatic Situation By Associated Press. - Washington, April IS. It cannot be eald that the answer of Mexican For eign Minister Calero to the admonition from the state department has modifi ed the diplomatic situation obtaining between tha two republics. The ans wer caused no surprise here. Tho note is regarded as th Mexi can attempt to relieve that govern ment of financial liability for dam ages Inflicted upon foreigners! by the rebels, rather than Indicating resent ment at the state department's note. In the opinion of administration of ficials, the Mexican cote has not ad vanced any fresh reasons for inter vention at this date, unless the dis claimer for responsibility for the ac tions of the rebels may be regarded as warranting foreign governments m considering whether hey themselves might not be privileged to tak6 forci ble men urea to protect their aub- reportedito tea,. witn .no moon, me amp otrucn ; bj--- .mm. -..iui.j. the.Dria.se "jLJna looKouisrvui noi v.-. being sent by wireless and -rockets nred at intervals, x orumateiy aTres Yorlt under message was received by the Carpathia at about 12 o'clock, midnight, art she to deliver Fl arrived about 4 a. m. Monday. '' ." I a substitute "The officers and crew of the Carpathia had been preparing all nfct for dtney, the - Hlllsboro.sh county will cast the se cond largest vote In the state In the -AsminK primary. That vot will be. collision. fetepa were-takento-ascertain, the damage anoraaTe dh pasenssisi trevious to tn i-Tarae-up- maae Dy and ship. The hip sank about a;zo a. m. jvionaay, cne usuax ai-essiKiiaia i rno people m wasnington ana xnw beins sent by wireless and'rockets fired at Intervals. Fortunately aifeleas J York under which, it Is now proposed candidate for the presl- TamDa Tribune was a i rnm nd comfort of the survivors, the last mentioned bfing recced on I warm supporter of Judson Harmon. board with the most touching care and kindness. Every attention wsr given The Tribune not only was for Har- to all. Irrespective of the class or tne passengers, .ine ou.-cro uu reo.t mon, but was honestly lor mm. it gave up their staterooms, clothing, and comforts for our beleflt. a; honor J fleclared that Underwood could not to them. !'; ' ' ' . I only not be nominated, but that It The approximate. number of passengers camw.ai uw i i c Wi- would be stiicidal to do so. The lislon was 1.400: officers and crew, 4o; total, yi voemiy auwjl I Tribune was not taken into the confl the .following were rescued by tne uarpaima; r iri . fleBCg oZ tne men wno decided to puU 126: third class, 200; officers, ; seamen, a; (.wwub, ,ty" ' Harmon down and put Underwood up saved, which is about 80 per cent ot the maximum capacity nB iyAia. and tne Trit,une therefore is not do- Ve feel It our duty to can to tne aiienuon oi u.o """'r-"T" Ing much for Underwood In Hllla sider an inadequate supply 01 me savmg apyumn. .u, ' usrouft county. steamships and recommend that Immediate steps be taken to fdmPf earners .. , Pow,rfu Wilson Supporter. to carry sufficient boats . to accommooate me . m mum u. , Qn th(S other hand the Tampa carried. The following racts oDservea buou u . :; ' 'V "r't.V" Times, whose publisher has Just been Insufficiency .of life boats, rafts, etc, : lack of t1a("y??i"taJn re-elected mayor of Tampa by a vote same, net enough officers to carry out emergency order . Ww. to of almo8t two to one ov (wo superintend the launching and control of the life boat s and thnof pc.nents, i. fading the fight for TTllson searchlights. On the Titanic the boa t d eck w is 75 in South Florida, The indications are sequently the passengers j were required to embart bnfo JJ.t- therefore ' that Hillsborough county thus endangering operation and preventing taking on the maxlmunumber a maJorlt for 1- the boats would horn.. w c.-.,i Rn.nNrr rhan- " than for any other candidate on The foregoing statement re j, - tilfe ticket. Here is the wsy the I EXPLANATI BY PRICE DDES NOT- EXPLAIN Enthusiastic Gathering of Supporters of New Jersey Governor at Court House. JOHN G. OLIVER 13 ELECTED PRESIDENT AND THOS. A. JOHN SON SECRETARY WILL H. WAT SON, JUDGE EMMET WOLFE, PROF. H. CLAY ARMSTRONG AND FRANK L. MAYES DELIVER SHORT ADDRESSES. "With court very available seat in ti,- room of the Eacumhi. court house filled and with enthusias tic men crowded in the doorwav. a seated Jn the windows, the Escambia County Woodrow Wilson dub was or ganized In Pensacola last night In a ntbu1-tic manner. Impromptu speeches were made by the offlcr chosen and by Will H. Watson. J u7J" ; Emmet Wolfe. ProL H. Clay Arm strong and Frank L, Mayea Th. talks were full of inspiration and th ?hn rH- Wer, tr"nUr applaud.i,! when they spoke of the character of o "Hr,J.tr8ey ovTn r.d' hit flpht people," fcvernment closer to th ,.nrevth' mMt,n h PensaeoU concert band paraded Palafox street and rendered some patriotic selection. T1To XXTU.. TT T -iv . I.V1, w" 1a -ror tr "Pint it viiy xac JUCIt JNameS u,DVWn8"i and when of Clark and Harmon Off Ballot. some 25 of the passengers. MRS. STRAUS REFUSED TO LEAVE; v I COL. ASTOR WENT uuwiM AJiKU Tampa Times sizes up the opposition plan for delivering the votes of Florida Democrats: For Future Delivery. Kennedy caUed th Tn.ttn-." and mentioned the name of Woodrow vvuson the applause was deafening trr a few minutes. MTien Chairman Kennedv asked fv nominations for a nrmnnnt r,r..M...t John O. Oliver's duly seconded, and h without opposition. The choice w popular one and he was given an ov. tion as he addrerseri -n.n chosen words to the assemblage for th ronor of "eleetlnr him nrM.nt . Pensacola Woodrow Wilson Club. whov .-o woa to a?ist m the nomina tion and election of Woodrow Wllntn as president of the United Staten." iur. vjnver said he was glad to know that there was so much presldentl.il timber in the Democratic mrv. k,,i The following rrre.-nnr, ?. n. considered Wilton "the best of them self-explanatory F . : . v aitv. ' LETTER FROM CHAIRMAN PRICE. I CMpley TTones were oered forth "o.' l.Marlanrta. Via, 'April IT. lMZ. ic oi eerenirv f th- , J". .... Editor Pensacola Journal. ' , Jones refused to have his name consjd- Notlclng in your editorial as well a K, "conJe(5 the nomination -f your new. co,umns aome criticism o, Johnson saTd me, In not certifying the name, of rressed his opinion. In rerd to Go- ".u,uu uu iarK. as candidates for r""r neon taints the man for ?ho the office of president of the United plae nl that h vrn Sla(S be n States. I i-t . " cnitea art of the anijatio,, wnlch Wou!d m k 1 r i .v. 6 nd Pr0pftr t0 work ,or M ""mlnation and fT if.v- tJ, PJy ,therfto- as do not be- PreFident Oliver apr-olnted Dr. Mai lieve you desire to imin.fiw a inr-r t.-- n . nt AIU5, HOWEVER, TO CITE ANY ABSTRACT FROM MINUTES OF STATE COMMITTEE WHICH llf Al II M. Ak .... . I. wwuuu AUTHORIZE HIM TO OMIT THE NAMES NOR DOES HE SHOW ANY REQUEST FROM CAN DIDATES THEMSELVES. one an injury. . 111 V columns of your paper you . , ,"JUUH"eu mat mere is as you style Jt, 'a frame up" against Wilson, in which I as chairman of the State umqcrHc jjecunve Committee im a party. " You also refer to that tth i , - wi wuc mccuuvc committee, as to niarir..- tu names of presidential candidates upon the official ballot and cite in ...nr.. of your position that I met Senator oannnMQ 81 one time, for . fn- rvilr.. Ani comention is nm T tiv k. orrvBa aiso mace by some two or three uu' papers puDiisned in the state. . ... linuior, .na j. ss. Andrews n. committee to nominate t-i- rpir,n or the club, and Oliver J. Semmc asked that they be riven the add...! power to perfect any part of the or. vtnlzation which mlrht h nrr.- his motion carryinr. WILL WATSON TALKS. Will H. Watson, on of rensolii- young orators and who is looked vvnn by all as a logician as well, was call.l upon to Ulk to the audience whii th committee was selecting the vice presi dents He had not rrt)rel n.-u but he talked fluently for several min utes, arlvlng reasons why he favored the nomination of Wilson. TT .m wnen ne round tne people fighting Wil- oniy criticism that I hav nnth reference to the elimination at -There is a great, deal of optional "t" vC?r,t HarTn01. re from pclitics in Florida these days if there irlyrj i ,am""'1 lha noml- is anvthlnflr-in contracting fnr fntnro nauon of Alison, and not from any Rif Atsoclated Preaa. I I t. i. . I wno are, or wr mith the noRRihi. ...1 i i.nv.ij XT ' R A., wsjk fhillt man I . I. " "wl OiMloil of th V.. l.r New Tork. April is.-ou r X'T.:rrh ,7 l.rT. a roo many tnousand voters ,, tn. ' He went aown nu "' . ' ' ' - " - -" r I or tne democrauc brand and rersuas- T;r- "t.rilI,r w icn can b delivered like cattle After " " not a ract that the weeks of persuasion the politicians and papers of conservative tendencies had converted a creditable following I 'TTJ -r a nn AJtiTTT T T?c t- the support of Harmon, a man who J-'V-t-LIM r..JL-.JLi.S was properly and fully entitled to the support of men of ttiat way of think Ing. Suddenly it became evident that Harmon was going to lose out as saved from the Titanic, Cni. Grade told a rem had been a pani.wu. . . because shulfl not raus." ne saia, .u - - . z . r: desert her husband M.nt ahe refused an ? I" . , AA 1.- Col. Grade told a remarKaoio Bwiy, r - . . . . . : . .. v.. "wnt to ner oeam un "Mrs. ISiaor Dirau.. ... rr. ;rii-i . takW her n In thrt Aitnougn ne pieautru -v i.u- r rr: l ' ,, , desert ner nuwwtt. v, settled at the head the two wemgulfed boat she refused and I when ..th!P r6t;efldeaets.eanyone hafbeend upoiu m a Tr.l th aiVf Tohn Jacob Astor was deserving of he hig! pralso. !a 2 rtlfol his neies To saving hi, bri. nee S Force. He said Asior V-tor hd her into a boat and reluestMTnission of New York and that Astor tne ofjeer reC: , -Not to accompany her for her PecUo ? . enhtened and nervous women, tiesaia mj women in the boats had on their nlg.it clothes. - It is rather strange, to me, that the I fon' tnv 're for Underwool urcjiuso ne is a soutnern man, that h answered them by saying he was fr Wilson because he Is a southern man, "When a man Is bom tn tb reared In the south, educated in th south, marries a southern girl, and h children bom In the south. 1 mm mn . vinced thst he Is a southerner." Mr. Watson exclaimed with mnhnti. mn the audience seemed to arree with Mm for the applause was loud and general. Aside from being a southern man. Mr. Watson said he was for Wiunn oecause he (Continued on ThtM Paa-e) (Continued on Page Two.) THE PRIMARY IN NEBRASKA TODAY . Besides Expressing Chbice of Nomi nees For President and Vice-President, All Elective State. Offices Are to Be Voted Upon. ; NO APPROIRIADNS FORlBITTLHIPS j ) Proposed Prograrl of NaCommit tee Is $5,000,OOCUs TIThat of Last Year. j Jects and citizens where they may be endangered la territory completely within control of the rebel forces. Reports of the review between American Consul Melcher and Orozco at Chihuahua, however, would seem to relieve-any apprehension of interven tlcn on that score, in view of the rebel leaders declared purpose to be bound by the principals. of international law In any further operations. Acting Secretary of State Hunting ton Wilson declined to comment offi cially on the telegram from the Mexi can government. It was pointed out unofficially, how ever, that it was entirely Improbable that the American government would erter into an academic dlacussion with Mexico at this time as to the propriety of sending YTilson's note to Ofoxco. tho rebel leader, as well as to the con suls throughout Mexico so that It could get directly to th people. By Associated Presa. Omaha. Neb., April 18. Nebraska vcters will tomorrow express their choice of a nominee for president. vice-president. United states senator, tee congressmen and delegates me na tional convention, national committee men and all elective state offices. The state-wide primary has been heated. By Aos ted Pea Washington, Jril 18.-e naval committee of th,' house ' ly voted against battlesbs and Users as part of this yr's add! to the American fleet, xne roung pro gram was agreedpon byicommit- nOTIT.nN'T STAND 'F.M CAVC TUT? rm rrm DI "e itauan warsnips has been dam wm-hu i nii wvyj-wfiijL aea oy a anot from the land bat lenes. Was Against Lorimer, Penrose, Gal linger and Othera Why They Were Lined UpxAgainst tha People. HOUSE FAVORS PARCELS POST Went on Record Yesterday and Also Condemned Proposition to Make Newspapers Publish Names of Editors and All Connected With Them. By Associated Press. Washington. April 18. The house tcday went on record as favoring the parcels poet system and a commis sion to gather information relative to Its creation, condemned express com panies and the Barnhart proposition to make newspapers publish the names of editors, editorial writers and stoclc-tclders. By Associated Preaa. Auburn, Neb- April 18. Charging that President Taft had entrusted his fate to Senators .Lorimer, Penrose, Galllnger and others whom he charac terized as opposed to the rule of the people, Theodore Roosevelt said here today: "Wnen I was president I saw all those men. But I didn't let them be mj masters. Whenever there was a submarines. I3W00 eaclsix tor-! "n-up Detween mem ana lae peopie, tn hoat deswers. 8300 each. I 1 against tnem. and a tener fthe des'ers. I Speaking of the "silk stocking A Afreet votaDOn theestion of 1 i'8. me coionei rticarisua; ine.siitc stoexmg. ii ne is a game man. Is Just as good as if he didn't wear any socks at ail. A M a. t. ... BEING BOMBARDED wh,ch we believe rlirht and which will onnif me government nearer to tlT By Aaaoclsted Press. I n hiw rn Mm fnr .rm..i. London. April 18. The, hnmh.J tell us that a man wfio irMt.. ...... v. ment of the Dardanelles began today, j things will hurt business," continual according to a special dierntrh r. I the sneaker. ' 'and nh.n vmi ceived here from Constantinople. One I f omeone making them you will find tnose same people advocating men m-h are workinr to jrlre business interest n special privilege." ."Wnen they fall to eonvine me the south racket and. the big buslne. ruin proposition they then say Wilson did not vote for Bryan. I find In most cases the men who say this did not themselves vote for Bryan and werJ allied with that element of the party which supported Palmer and Bucknr Cannon nrinr was head t th. n. tranca to the Dardanellee at noon to day accordinir to a dlntrh here from Lloyds signal station in the Dardanelles. It is believed that th rtv.. has begun an attac kon the Turkish forts of the strait. ht A x...... have yet come to hand. Two fuel ship 8530,00Cch; four (Continued on Seeond Pare) McKinley Charges the Roosevelt Supporters With Using Money building battleips restf in the defeat of the opositioribica has already been urned At by the house Democra caucus. The proposedaval prom is 85,- C0C.000 less th that oast year. The committee 11 recomid an ao- propriatlon of DO.OOO tonvert the colliers Vesper-rid Phoneus Into repair ships. - i l SLAYER OF WOM INCH mJni 1) tetfri A MOB Bv AIatetfPr Forsyth, Mc , AlrU t Harry Heftner, allegeayer d Ji WUUam MrriU of Jol. mart Utown of Rosebud, Moniwas tike-om the county Jail eaj today, bj mob of sixty masked l armel ff and de spite the effoof the she and his deputies, was-Cea tea i By Associated Press. Washington, April 18. Director Mc Kinley, of the National Taft bureau, today Issued a statement calling at tention to the alleged use of money in the Roosevelt camrjale-n. "The lavish exrenditura of monev In this camcal(rn bv the ha.rkra rif 107 War Killed and 80 More Wounded former President Theodore Roosevelt." MINERS IN FIGHT WITH SOLDIERS . . i j . . . . . m ucna uoia mining vamps, near Siberia. Bv Associated P IkuUk, Siberia, Arrll 18. One hun dred and seven gold miners were killed and eighty more wounded In a fight eys me statement, "has led to tha question being raised, Were the vic tories of Roosevelt in Pennsvlvania. and Oklahoma due to a "great popular demand' for bis renomination or to the use of money V" .Further along Mr. McKinley says: m no pre-conventlon campaign In with Russian soldiers at the Lena Gold the bory" of the country haaney 355tT Company'8 working in this been used In .uch'taw .umS. amount - DetaTis of the fighting and of the uthfStcTJ' bteTa8cferSmeS:0UbIe twa hr thTuSfii oeen ascertained. Staus. to nlaia bribery and corrup tion, as has been expended by the backers of Theodore Roosevelt." Mr. McKinley declares the Roose velt forces spent large sums in Okla homa, that they distributed 1100.000 m Allegheny county. Pa Including Pittsburg, by issuing 20.000 pieces of acrip in 85 denomlatlona to messengers"; that the total Roosevelt expenditures in Pennsylvania were between 8250.000 and $500,000; that in Jew York county alone $200,000 was srent In an nedeavor to Influence tha primaries, and that efforta were mda to "buy out" precinct captains in New Ycrk. "In this connection," said the Mc Kinley statement, "one district chair man did sell out to th Roosevelt managers, plainly showing that M. Roosevelt was net the candidate Vm at.swer to a popular demand," but th beneficiary of a bag of good, hard dol. lara."