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embalmed so nothing could be
' Pete Grosscup, speaking at N.
Y., attacked Sherman law. That
qught to make a good many
friends for the Sherman law.
"If a Democrat is to be elected
president, I hope it will be Wood
row Wilson." Senator "Bob" La
And whom do you hope it will
be if a Republican, Bob? Aw,
W. M. Skinner, vocalist, Jack
son, Mich., sang at own funeral.
Crippled British steamer Pom
eran, which struck and sankWer
Allegheny yesterday, docked in
Hampton Roads today. All Alle
gheny's passengers aboard. '
-Central Labor Council, Port
land, Ore., has written Gov. Eber
hard, Minnesota, protesting
against false advertising that has
sent thousands of men, women
and children to Oregon, only to
become county charges.
. Lansing, Mich., may buy new
auto for "Vic" Saier, Cub first
baseman. Gave Vic one few days
ago. Smashed to pieces when he
drove in front of street car to
avoid running down little girl.
F. R. Law, steeplejack, leaped
300 feet from Statue of Liberty,
thus proving efficiency of patent
"collar parachute" for steeple
jacks. Also that! he's a darn fool.
Edna May, the actress, whose
other name is Mrs. Oscar Lew
isohnhas furnished apartment in
N. Y. for her father. He has been
a mail carrier for 20 years.
Fire fighters from John- D.
Rockefeller's estate helped save
village of Eastview, N. Y., from
destruction by fire.
Does Jawn get a commission on
ROOSEVELT GETS IT IN
The Republican county con
vention in session here today,
turned down- a resolution endors
ing Theodore Roosevelt for presi
dent by a vote of 861 to 198. The
announcement of the vote was
The sonvention endorsed Gov
ernor Deneen as a tandidate for
re-election as governor, and later
Governor Deneen issued a state
ment to teh press acknowledging
that he will be a candidate to 'suc
THE TRIAL WAS ON AMD
THE JUDGE HAOTAKEH HIS
PLACE WHEtf iOrtEflEAD
1 PARMES RUSHED IN AMD
ASKED THE JUDGE; SUoUiD
WE. BLAMETHE UNIONS WHEN
THE. CLOCK STRl tees?"
THE RWDEP CEU-WATSOrt!
Where one woman starts to
make a name for herself, a dozen
will be satisfied with some mark's.
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