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OUTSIDE NEWS FROM WIRE AND CABLE
Taft announced today he
would answer Roosevelt's speech
at Toledo, O., Mar 8.
Presumably we're going to
hear a president of the- U. S. tell
the people they're not fit to gov
ern themselves once again.
George Washington's declara
tion against third term read in
house today in honor of Wash
Also as a hint to one Theodore
Officially announced at Bogo
ta, Columbia, that Senor Pedro
Del Ospina had been recalled for
his letter to State Department.
All hope of conipromise be
tween Wilson and Clark forces
r at Democratic sfate convention
of Oklahoma lost today, when
delegates went at it hammer and
"A man who knows nothing
of law is, of course, better able to
dictate the course to pursue than
an experienced judge."; T. A.
- Sherwood, for 30 years justice of
Missouri supreme court, which
Sherwood may have meant to
be sarcastic, but when you come
to think of it, he told the simple
truth. Knowing a lot about law
has come to indicate shortsight
edness when it comes to dealing
Federal authorities at Indian
apolis say they have uncovered
new evidence in "dynamite con
spiracy." John H. Patterson, president of
National Cash Register Co., and
29 other officials, indicted on
criminal charges of restraint of
trade at Cincinnati, O.
Street car employes of La
Crosse, Wis., likely ,to go on
strike. Company hasn't lived up
to articles on which strike was
settled in 1909.
"The cherry tree story told
about George Washington is a
lie. Former Senator Chauncey
Chauncey's falling into the
habit of judging other people by
Quityerkickin! The rest of the
country got it just as bad.
All the same, some of these
early robins that have been peep
ing around here ought to have
their fool necks wrung.
Weather prophets-are suppos
ed to be a little bit nuts, but why
shouldn't robins have a little
"Roosevelt to enter race on
Monday." Head in Journal.
Wonder what Honorable Jour
nal thinksTheodore has been do
ing these last few weeks?
"My hat will be in the ring
Yes, and Cousin Bill Taft says
he's going to heave his 380
pounds into the ring and pick
that hat up.
Frank Gallon shook dipe with
Otto Leveren for job as porter in
Milwaukee saloon. Lost. Killed
Would that jolt your believe
Mrs. Taft has cut all Roosevelt'
sympathizers from her invitation
lists. Slapped the,m on the wrists