Last week, the Democrats of Connecticut, in search of a worthy opponent
to Senator Hiram Bingham, offered the nomination to Arthur Twining
Hadley, 70, President Emeritus of Yale University, who had been a
Democrat before the days of Bryan and "free silver." He refused, said
he agreed on the whole with the policies of the present administration.
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