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OUTSIDE NEWS FROM WIRE AND CABLE
Taft's nomination of Richard
E. Sloan, former territorial gov
ernor of Arizona, to be federal
judge of new state, is held up by
senate judiciary committee, pend
ing investigation of Sloan's rec
ord. Investigation of Dick Sloan s
record will be an education in ju
dician perfidy even to the accom
plished and learned members of
Roosevelt is to,make a tour
through Ohio paying what he
thinks of Cousin Bill Howard
Taft beginning, at Cincinnati
Kicking Taft's- dawg aroun'
Ohio is getting to be the favorite
pastime of the gentlemen who are
making a bid for that $75,000 a
year joh these days.
Two French aeroplanes of lat
est and most expensive type, held
up by U. S. authorities at El Paso,
Tex. Shipped to Gen. Orozco in
command of Mexican rebels.
Those who are accustomed to
think of Mexicans as "greasers"
and look upon the revolution
down theer as a sort of good ex
cuse for some cartoonists prob
ably will be surprised at this.
2$,000 acres of farm land in
valley of Kankakee river under
water. Hammond, Gary, Schnei
der and other Indiana towns, are
good places to live in if you know
how to swim. Damage about
May Robertson, 20-year-old
daughter of A. G. Robertson,
Meeker. Colo. went to work as
stage driver for father today. 30
mile route. Carries mail, so must
make trip whatever wheather'
conditions may be.
"I will not vote for either Taft
or Roosevelt, because they gave
pieces of gold to Busch, the St.
Louis brewer, on his retent fif
tieth wedding anniversary."
Rev. Dr. L. W'. Munhall, of. Phil
adelphia, at Wabash, Ind.
6lf Busch had given pieces of gold
to Taft or Roosevelt, Dr. Mun
Rali's case would be much strong
er. At that, he may have. Won
derful are the works of campaign
Ton of powder exploded in
mill of Lafln & Rand Co., Wayne,
N. J. Superintendent Stelts kill
ed. U. S. supreme court today re
fused appeal of C.VD. Hillman,
millionaire realty operator of
Seattle, Wash., convicted of
using mails to defraud investors,
Well, well! There would seem
to be one state in the uhion in
which it is possible to put a mil
lionaire crook behind "bars.
LaFdllette's name will be put
on Illinois primary ballat. His
supporters are circulating peti
U. S. Supreme Court today up-
held constitutionality of Missouri
anti-trust laws, specifically that
ousting Standard Oil company of
Neither Harmon nor "Under? .
lwood petitions have been filed at
Springfield for Democratic nom- t
ination in primaries. Champ
Clark is to make fight of -react..
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