The World, desirous of bringing the next Democratic National Convention to New York City, addressed a letter to William Randolph Hearst, interrogating his view of the proposal.

Wrote Mr. Hearst:

"By all means have the Democratic Convention in New York City —and let us hold it in Tammany Hall, or in the New York Central Station, or in the spacious offices of Banker Morgan, under the smiling portrait of King George."


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