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OUTSIDE NEWS FROM WIRE AND CABLE
In Wisconsin, the people de
cide whom they want for presi
Yesterday the people of Wis
consin took their little ballots in
their hands, and decided.
The remarkable popularity of
William Judicial Temperament
Taft and Champ Hearst Clark
among- the people of Wisconsin is
C. S. Havenor, owner of Mil
waukee baseball club, died at his
home in that city today.
Raold Amundsen, discoverer of
South Pole, arrived at Sidney, N.
S. W., today.
While William Jennings Bry
an is in Ohio April 15 and 16, say
ing what he thinks of Governor
Harmon, Governor Harmon ,has
decided to be in Nebraska, saying
what he thinks of William Jen
nings. What William Jennings thinks
of Harmon and what Harmon
thinks of William, put together,
ought to make a fine thing to call
the office boy.
13 th district convention, Indiana,
yesterday instructed two dele
gates to Rep. national conven
tion, for Taft Gives Taft 20
from Indiana, Roosevelt 8. Two
delegates still to be selected.
James P. Howard, candidate
for justice of the peace in Mil
waukee, died one hour before
polls opened. Whereupon the
electorate elected him by over
Perhaps Milwaukee figures
that no justice of the peace would
be better than most justices tof
the peace, but that a dead justice
of the peace is at least a good
Mexican rebels in Juarez have
arrested Powell Roberts, Ameri
can citizen of El Paso, Tex. Com
plain has been made to state de
partment, which is looking for ex
cuse of that sort.
T. Roosevelt will make two
days' speaking tour through Illi
nois, Saturday and Monday, in
the hope that thereby hq will gar
ner some delegates Tuesday.
John A. Benjamin, engineer on
President Lincoln's funeral train,
celebrated Jiis 82nd. birthday at
Cleveland, O., today.
"Not one city person in ten
eats fresh eggs." State Dairy
and Food commission of Ohio.
We are glad that the gentle
man made it NOT one city per
son in ten, otherwise we should
have called him a shorter and ug
Army aviators at College Park,
Md., are testing new aeroplane
gun, weighing 25 pounds, firmg
500 shots per minute, and special
four inch gun, first air weapon
of .large caliber.
Australian steamer Koomba,
carrying 50 passengers and crew
of 80, wrecked in typhoon off
Perth, West Australia. No sur
vivors. Jerry McCarthy, N. Y., eased
in his conscience in what he be
lieves to be deathbed confession,
of murder of tabby cat, 20 years
ago. His conscience eased, Jerry,
Rep. Taylor (Dem., Col.) has
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