pany advertisement. You bet
they're picked, j
, "I am not frightened by any
claim of the government that a
Uniform open and agreed-upon
cost by which the price of all
these competitors could be meas
ured would afford the least bit of
evidence that these men are en
gaged in a combination."' At
torney John S. Miller, for the
What would you consider it
evidence, of, John? deadly en
mity, or philanthropy?
"It was the purpose of the men
who advocated the primary law
to get control of the organization
and then destroy it." Senator
Exactly, William, exactly!
Only,, we desire to amend the
word "organization." Call it
Governor Ben Hooper, Tenn.,
after spending two days in state
penitentiary, says, "I am astound
ed, at the horrible conditions I
The Record-Herald announces
gravely that "the power to get
votes" will be the real test for
candidates at the meeting of the
Democratic National Committee.
Yes, we've noticed that phen
Rep. Slayden, (Dem. Tex.),
called on Taft with Christmas
greeting today. It was: "Mr.
'President, I wish for you -first
place in, the convention and sec
ond in the election."
Colonel Roosevelt today open
ed' wide the doors of the Ananias
Club and made George R. Shel-1
don, treas. of .National Republi
can Committee, a member.
Sheldon foolishly said that
Teddy asked him to write the let
ter which cleared Teddy of the
75 miners were miraculously
saved from death in Wigan, Eng.,
mine, where reservohburst and
flooded the mine.
Several train employes and pas
sengers were injured -in derail
ment of Wabash passenger train
No. 12 near Decatur 111. , ,
Citizens Central National bank,
N. Y., today presented every em
ploye with sum equal to 5 per
cent of his or her annual salary.
Liberty National Bank, N. Y:,
which pays stockholders 20 per
cent a year, gave them extra five
per cent as Christmas gift.
Clarence Mackay held Christ
mas recption for 2,000 N. Y. Pos
tal Telegraph employes. Men
got a cigar and women box of
3,000 N. Ysubway and ele
vated guards and ticket choppers,
got nice new $5 gold piece fonf,
Christmas from company.
Milwaukee waiters stand unit
ed againstjipping, and for living
wages. Judge Petit's ruling at
Chicago that soliciting tip is beg
ging caused the waiters' resolu
tions, James E.' Miller, N. Y.bartend
er living at the Y. M. C A.,has
vfiled :petition in bankruptcy.
R. S. Schmidt, Baltimore, wrote
proposal to Miss Augusta Jacobs
20 years ago. Forgot to mail it
Found it week ago. Wedding'
bells. .- . i
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