GERMANY: Election

Field Marshal Paul von Hindenburg. pro-Monarchist candidate, had two things in his favor in the Presidential election: 1) Several speeches made, last week, by Foreign Minister Gustav Stresemann, leader of the German Peo ple's or Industrialist Party, in Hindenburg's behalf, which removed all doubt on the attitude, not only of his party, but of the Government; 2) public denial that U. S. bankers had threatened to withhold credits from Germany should the old soldier, nearly 78 years of age, be elected.

On a drizzling Sunday, 31,000,000 Germans,...

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