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PLANS BOLT OF ELECTORS
(Continued from Page On)
Glasscock. "There t no law to prevent
It. The people vote for the elector and
not for the president. If the nomination
ia stolen for Present Taft you cn say
that Wert Virginia's electoral vote wilt
be for Theodore Roosevelt. I agree with
Mr, fllnn and we wlil follow the tame
course. I have looked up the law and
there Is no doubt that this action is well
Stabhs talk for Roosevelt.
Governor Stubbs of Kansas returned to
the Roosevelt headquarters today from a
conference with Colonel Roosevelt and
again declared his belief that the repub
lican convention will place Theodore
Roosevelt at the bead of the ticket, f
"I cannot believe," said Governor
tubbs, 'that MO delegate oan be found
who will dishonor and disgrace them
selves by refusing to give. him the nomi
nation." John McVlcer and C. A. Rawson of
De Moines and J. L. Stevens of Boone,
la,, were active at the Cummins head
quarters, where it was announced that
Senator Cummins would not come to trur
convention unless Colonel Roosevelt does.
D. 8. Atherton of Washington, secre
tary of the National Republican league,
arrived and began preparations for t'n
biennial convention of the league next
Tuesday In the hotel where the Taft and
Roosevelt headquarters are located.
Lining Up the L'nloatructed.
Managers were busy on both, sides
among the uninstructed delegates' today
In an attempt to learn Just where they
will stand on the opening ballot in the
convention. Both Roosevelt and Taft ad.
herents put forth their best argument to
these delegates In an effort to line them
up with their respective candidates. There
Is a belief that many of the delegates of
this class are still willing to be con
vinced ss to how they should vote and
both sides are making determined efforts
to win them.
Attention turned today alsi to the build.
Ing of the platform among the president's
friends. William Barnes, Jr., of New
York, who arrived yesterday, said h".
would try to obtain favorable action In
the resolutions committee on planks bas'l
on the Rochester platform, Mr. Barnoi
distributed several copies of the Rochester
platform among the delegates.
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TAFT MAKES GAIN
OF FORTY VOTES
(Continued from Page One.)
then,' he said, "by excluding South Da
kota, because of its primary law.''
Governor Hadley of Missouri, voting
against the Taft delegates, said he did
not believe the committee had the right
to deny seats to delegates who had been
selected by a state, no matter what
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The Civil War Through the Camera
Brady Fraou civil .War Phetojrtphs
(ArkAtaW h PtTmi,,i,m pf th, U. S. War Department)
And professor Xtaon's Ntwly Written
History of the Civil War
method the voters had choen to select
National committeemen who voted
against the Taft delegates in the fourth
California district .were:
Knight, California; DuPont. Delaware;
Borah, Idaho; Burnam. Kentucky;
Wight, Louisiana; Jackson, Maryland;
Kellogg, Minnesota; Flannlgan, Nevada;
Ward, New York; Capers, South Caro
lina; Thorson, South Dakota; Monday,
Tennessee; Lyon, Texas: Loose. Utah;
Rogers, Wisconsin; Bleber, District of
Arizona for Taft.
Th six Arizona Taft delegates at larg
were seated by a viva voce vote by the
republican national committee. The dele
gates are: J. L. Hubbell. J. T. Williams,
Jr.; R. H. Freudenthal, Robert T." Morri
on, .F. L. Wright and J. C. Adam
Senator Borah's motion to seat .the
Roosevelt delegation was defeated after a
roll call had been refused.
California Caee Complicated.
Tb California case, in view of the
statements made Monday by former Sen
ator Dick, the Taft contest attorney,
promised to bring the title to the whole
state delegation Into question, owing to
an alleged conflict between the Califor
nia -rimery law and th official call of
th republican national committee Issued
Isst December at th meeting held in
The national committee's call specified
that the voters of escti congressional dis
trict should have the privilege of choos
ing two delegates to represent them In
th republican national convention. Under
th California primary law, although the
first returns showed that the Taft dele
gates in the Fourth congressional district
were elected over th Roosevelt dels
gates, th secretary of state acted under
the state primary law and rave all dele
gates to Colonel Roosevelt because of his
large majority In the state.
Later, however, th secretary of state
determined that the boundaries between
th Fourth and Fifth districts war not
clearly enough defined to make possible
an accurate count of tha Taft or Roose
velt votes in th Fourth district. Th
chang further complicated th case, as
It waa presented to th committee today.
Lonlalana Flsat Factional.
In the Louisiana cases, which the com
mittee expected to reach late today th
regularity of the state organisation Is
directly at Issue. Three delegates appear
from the state at large, one instructed
for Roosevelt and headed by National
Committeeman Pearl Wight and two for
Taft, only on of which the national
committee recognizes as regular.
In an attempt to heal tha Louisiana,
split after th republican national con
vention of 1908, the national committee
directed a sub-commltte to go to the
state and try to bring the warring fac
tions together. Members of this com
mittee, which consisted of E. C. Duncan
of North Carolina, Ralph Williams of
Oregon, and Secretary WlJUam Hay ward
pf New York, prepared to go Into the
Louisiana ease in the committee today
and testify as to the compromise made
in the case last .February. ,, v,.
Just before the commute met It waa
declared that the claim of Roosevelt dele
gation from Louisiana headed by Com
mitteeman Pearl Wright, would be that
the sub-committee of the republican na
tional commute exceeded Its authority
when it went to Louisiana and consolp
dated th former warring factions.
The Wight delegation waa elected un
der one of the old regular' committees.
Mr. Wight was prepared to assart before
the committee that th national commit
tee's delegation which went to Louisiana
In February went there for th purpose
of getting early convention and shutting
out the possibility of a Roosevelt dele
Isaacs In Ariaonn.
There are two sets of delegates-at-large
from Arlsona. on for Taft and the other
for Roosevelt, th latter the contesting
faction, In tha state convention after the
Taft men had organised, the Roosevelt
followers held a convention in the same
hall and elected a delegation. The con
testant deny th right of tha Taft lead
ers to fix a temporary roll call.
For the bIx Taft delegates-at-larse from
Arlsor.a appeared Samuel J. Klder, a Bos
ton attorney and former classmate of
President Tatt; Robert E. MorlsoW an
attorney f rora . Prescott, Arts., and Jams
T. Williams, Jr., of Tucson, on o( thr-de'.egates-at-larg.
At the Roosevelt tabi,
Ormsby McHarg was Jqlnod by George
E. Kecord of New Jsrsey and Dwlght B
Heard of Phoenix of the Roosevelt dele
Kentucky Case Will U Appealed.
Just after this cas waa caik-i the regu
lar program was Interrupted by an unex
pected protest against the split decision
late yesterday in the Eleventh Kentucky
district case. Senator Dick, the Taft con
test manager, asked for confirmation of
the report that one Roosevelt and one
Taft delegat had been seated.
t"How can w appeal from thla deci
sion," asked Senator Dick.
"I want to pretest that th decision wax
irregular," Interrupted Mr. McHarg, con
test manager for Colonel Roosevelt.
Both attorney mad it clear they woultl
carry the Eleventh Kentucky case hlghc
Chairman Rosewater said tb case could
be taken to the convention and Ita creden
Senator Dick said ha "did not want tti
decision psssed without notice of th ap-
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peal," as tha Taft forces thought they
were entitled tb both ot the Eleventh dis
Mr. McHarg asserted that the decision
yesterday dividing the vote waa "against
precedenta established four yeara ago.
"1 fail to see how, under a given set rf
circumstances, the committee could seat
one and reject the other of tha Roosevelt
delegates," he declared.
Senator Penrose then demanded that
the Arlsona case be taken up and the
Kentucky discussion was stopped.
Taft Delegate Arm tontestaats.
Chairman RosewaWr said .there was
some doubt as to which Arizona delega
tion should be heard first. . but. aa the
Roosevelt delegatea had filed their cre
dentials first, .the Taft delegates would
be considered the "contestants... v .
Mr. Elder therupori opened the argu
ments. He said that no primary law
was In effect wrjen . the Arlsona State
committee called the state convention
to be held June S. .Doubt existed as' to
how the delegates should be selected. The
stste committee decided to leave the selec
tion of delegates to the county commit
"Only one contest was presented when
the state committee met two days before
the convention," said Mr: Elder. "It was
well known that the committee waa ready
to hear all contests. At the convention at
Tucaon all the contestants received tickets.
Chairman J. h. Hubbell, stated mat every
one claiming to be a delegate could be
heard, when soma ona protested agalnat
the reading of a roll call made up by
' "The man who objected te the roll call
was a Roosevelt , man who was not
recognised as a delegate on tha temp
Then. aDnarently by a pre-conceivefl
plan, the Rooaevait men rushed for the
platform and Immediately scenes of dis
The Roosevelt forces, however, soon
left the regular convention, which then
organised "peacefully" aocordlng to Mr.
Elder, with sixty-eight of the nlnety-slx
votes which had been recognised on the
"temporary roll" previously prepared by
the state executive committee.
Roosevelt Men Dolt.
Robert K. Morrison, one of the Taft
delegates to the state convention, de
clared that the state executive committee
two days before the convention pnre
every one sn opportunity to be hear! ond
only one contest was presented.
Mr. Morrison deolared tiat on tuna S,
the convention at Tucson was opened by
State Chairman J. C. Hubbell. fie tem
porary roll adopted and nominations
called for, when former Governor Josopn
II. Klbbey, whose name was not on the
temporary roll, arose snd said:
We won't recognise the adoption of
Tha Roosevelt man, Morrlwn dee.ure'J.
then rushed to the front an-4 ome of
them mounted the platform.
Morrison aid he believed thei'd vvus a
"fully developed foot ball oruil?a:!on"
among the Roosevelt mn. wSo procitdod
to run the convention on otw sM'i of tne
stage, while the Taft oweutlon waa
going on at tha "other, for twenty min
utes, ha said, It waa Imp.mibia to hear
anything. Tha Roosevelt qvjii then left
Tha part played by former '.overnor
Kibbey was fully explained by J'iiil.t
6. Heard of Phoenix, who 1st n led the
"We claim we had a clear ma)riy f
:he legal delegates In that hall." he said.
"When tha convention met Governor Kib
bey took tha floor and protested ua our
behalf against the adoption of a tem
porary roll, which we did not bulieva
legal.' from that time on there were
two conventions and . the question Is
which waa the legal oner
The Roosevelt men had not prtsented
their contests to the state executive com
mittee because they knew they would
tave been thrown out
"If . you say a body of :nn calving
themselves tha state executive commit
tee can determine upon the legality of
Contesting delegates," said Mr. Iluird,
"you are establishing a self-perpetuating
oligarchy that can absolutely cortuii.Ue
- Lonlalana Delegatea Seated.
the committee by a vote of to X
voted to aeat tha alx Lolael-Taft "black
and tan" delegates-at-large-Commlttae-
man Wight andThornson voting no, Mr.
Wight then withdrew contests In the
First, Second, Sixth and Seventh dis
tricts, adding eight more to the Taft
column. The committee then took up
Louisiana contests In the Third, Fonrth
arid Ffth districts.
In the Third district, both delegations
were for Taft. the contest again being
one of local politics. E. T. Miller, for
the Williams faction, asked a delay until
new papers arrived, bearing charges of
forgery. The delay was not granted by
the committee. The case Involved a
spilt, over the control of the district
convention and the delegations appearing
representing the Rodrtgues and . Loise)
factions. Mr. Miller said the Taft-Roose-elt
fight for the color questions were
not at. issue for Taft.
After voting, to aeat the ."Rodrlgue"
delegates In the Third Louisiana district,
the commutes argued briefly the Fourth
Louisiana district contest, In which there
was again three factions, two delega
tions for Taft and one for Roosevelt.
Cecil Lyon moved that the two con
testing Roosevelt delegates be seated.
This was defeated without a roll call
and the Lolsei-Tatt delegates seated.
The contest from the Fifth Louisiana
district again Involving three factions
was taken up. Arguments were bilefly
submitted by J. I. Rogers tor tht Roose
velt delegation, and C. S. Herbert for
the Lolsel or "black and tan" Taft
The fifth Louisiana district went like
that state. Ip this district. W. T. Insley,
thtat state. In thla district. W. T. Insley.
one of he delegaes, was chosen by the
Lolsel and Kunts factions, the Williams
faction withdrawing their contestants. '
6. Kellogg moved to aeat J. W. Green,
the contesting Kunts faction delegate.
This was defeated. T. H. Cook, the othr
Lolsel faction delegate, was then seated.
giving President Taft tha two delegates.
Michigan Caaes Taken Up.
The Michigan eonteat Involving six del-gates-at-larga
from that atate was then
taken up by the committee. The list of
contesting Roosevelt delegates from Mich
igan was headed by Governor Chase S.
Osborn. who waa not present. The. Ta't
delegation was led by John McKay.
In the committee room when the con
test was called, was Governor Stubbs of
Kansas. George L. Record of New Jer
sey, and Franx Knox, William L. Gordon
and other Michigan Roosevelt leaders
were present to take part In the argu
ments. Mr. Record said there had been two
conventions In Bay City, and that the
state committee had taken upon Itself
the decision as to what county delegates
should go on tha temporary roll of the
"More than 100 regularly elected dele
gates were forcibly kept out of the hall,"
Tha Michigan case turned, ha said, upon
tha Wayne county (Detroit) fight. Ther
were two conventions there also, he said.
"In thirty-one precincts," Record de
clared, "in the primary election we claim
the polls were kept open from three min
utes to two hours Instead ot the specified
The WaynM county delegates, argued
Mr. Record, tor the Michigan Roosevelt
delegates numbered 233, of whom, he de
clared, the Roosevelt forces elected a
"If they later voted for Taft. it is up
to the Taft forces to explain how they
get them away." Record stated.
Called "Steam Roller."
William P. Gordon, one of the Roose
velt contesting delegates, declared 'the
Taft people In Michigan had tried to roll
a "eteal roller" not a "steara roller"
"1 know there ar members oh this
committee who favor the nomination of
President Taft," said Gordon, "but you
are true Americans, and no true Amert.
can can sanction such a damnable out
rage as Was perpetrated on us." j
He said Michigan counties had sent a
majority ef Roosevelt delegates to tha
state convention at Bay City, but that;
"tha, infernal macWne organised there
by tha Taft men" tiad thrown out 112 un
contested Rooaevelt delegates Without let
ting them into th hall. :' ' . ' '
The turbulant scenes that characterised
the Ray City convention where the
troopa were called out by Governor Os
born, were reviewed by Mr. Gordon, who
declared ha had been struck and knocked
off the platform by the "Taft press agent
In Michigan" after being recognized by
Chairman FranB Knox to address the
Roosevelt uncontested delegates, hold
ing tickets algned by Chairman Knox
were kept out of the hall by the Taft
sergeant at arms, declared Gordon.
The Taft forces, Godron averred, took
possession of tha Bay City armory the
night before the convention, locked the
doors in the morning and kept out Roose
velt men when they appeared.
"If President Taft sat on tha circuit
bench," said Mr. Gordon, "and It was
shown to him that Interested parties had
been kept out of court, he would say to
tha other side: 'Tou came into thla
eourt with unclean hands.' "
Gordon appealed to tha committee to
seat the Roosevelt delegates.
Members of the committee asked Mr.
Gorden whether there bad been an.v
roll calls in the Wayne county contest
to show what strength the Roosevelt
forces actually bad. He replied that con
fusion prevented a roll call.
Stafcbs Aeka Questions.
Here Governor Stubbs, of Kansas took
a hand In the questioning.
"How many delegates do you claim you
elected In Wayne county?" he asked.
"We seated 132 out of the 253 In the
convention" said Gordon.
"If you had secured Wayne county you
would have controlled tha state conven
tion?" asked the governor,
"Yes, by a good majority," was the
Paul H. King, secretary of the repub
lican state central committee speaking
for the Taft delegates at large, said he
issued he call for the meeting of the
republican state centra committee, at
which tha Roosevelt men charge the
temporary roll of the convention was
improperly made up. King said State
Chairman Frank Knox, a Roosevelt man,
declined to call the committee together
and a majority of the committee had
acted without him. He Insisted that the
temporary roll had been properly made.
King said tha removal of Truman H.
Newberry who had been slated for tem
porary chairman, and tha aubstitution
of another chairman, was authorized by
the state committee.
Newberry Removed. '
"Mr Newberry, who waa formerly as
sistant secretary of the navy was very
active In the Roosevelt campaign." said
Mr. King". "The committee decided an
other chairman should be selected after
Mr. Newberry made public statements
that he would not give any roll calls.
mat ue wuum uecige an queeuune ay
viva voce vote and that he admitted his
personal inclinations might influence his
v . 411111 uiu tic mano euvu oiait-
mente?" Governor Stubbs asked.
"We have sworn statements from D.'
W. Atwood and others that he made ,
such statements," Mr. King replied-
"He made 6uch statements ... to me,"
" , (Continued on Eighth Page). :
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tone most disastrous diseases. And your feet
connect with vital cords of the brala sad body.
It your teet sre eore, tired sod burning, bow
do YOU WALK? Why, you strain, limp aad
waia wiin an enort, ox course, ,
But. Reader, do you know wbat
straining ana limping win cause?
'o, you do NOT! If you did
you wpuia o eareiui with
your lest you would BE-
w Anc wnat yon TUT OH
This itralnlog may cause
the dislocation ot vital
bones sod cords through
out your system that msy
eauss you permanent mis-,
ery. brsla trouble, SDinal'
trouble sad abnormal blood ch 1
culatioa. Only one preventative
01 mis norrioie misery ana den
ser has evtr been found. H'
the NEWEST ond most ASTON-
JNttINU UUKK fOB SOKE,
BURNING. ACHrNO FRET RAK.
ATtTE is In a dry torm-diflerent
others. It doesn't merely mats your test
smooth-It HEALS them. YOU DON'T HAVE
JO BATHE YOOB FEET IN 8ANATITE you
DON'T MAKE A MUSS OB TROUBLE. 8ANA
TITE eomei In a powder pull you simply
POST IT ON THE FEET escb morning, snd
the sun will shine all day for you. 6ANATITE
is th greatest and purcat DEODORIZER known
It makes the feet and the body sweet sod
pure. ' Its beating qualities take the stlnr out
of BURSS, PRICKLY HEAT, ECZEMA. IN
SECT BITES, CORNS, BUMIONS AND HEAL
Ask your CRCGGIST for 1. tie or 66a package
of SANATITE it will last a long time-it will
save you from pain snd horrible dangers of
neglected sors feet. BEWARK SUBSTITUTES
It your druggist cannot supply 8ANATITE,
SEND toe F08 A LARGE PACKAGE, post
paid, direct to The GERMICIDE CO. (Makers
ot Deavet Itwtt F-24M 16th St Denver. Colo.
s itrl 1
WM. J. BOEKHOFF,
uvo find. A-3J.19.
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