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. WHAT HAPPENED OUTSIDE CHICAGO
Mexican rebels have fallen out
among themselves, thus giving
one Madero the first hope he has
enjoyed in months.
Captain Michael Starrett, mas
ter of Pensylvania Railway light
er found murdered in cabin of
his boat lying in N. Y. harbor to
day Was one of the best known
river captains on Hudson.
Defectives in charge of pursuit
of Allen outlaw in Virginia
mountains are thinking of offer
ing increased-rewards for capture
of Aliens in hope somebody will
help them out.
Taft administration is to be
warmly endorsed, and every reac
tionary, standpat action of his
praised at New York state Re
publican convention which qpens
at Rochester tomorrow.
Baroness Bertha Von Suttner,
of Austria, the 60-year-old peace
advocate, today started for Unit
ed States to carry peace appeal to
women of this country.
Democratic Progressive league
of Ohio today issued statement
questioning Governor Harmon's
position as a progressive.
"I refuse to be a stool, pigeon
for, Roosevelt or any other man,
andJ am in the race to the end."
Senator La Follette, in tele
gram sent today to Rudolph
Spreckels of San Francisco.
Taft has got control of the
Kentucky state Republican con
vention. And in open letter to Taft to
day, Senate Dixon, the Roose
velt manager savs that the oresi-
dent will hecome a receiver of I
stolen goods" unless he repudiate
the tactics of his Kentucky man
agers. These are exciting days, when
the President of United States is
called a 'receiver of stolen goods.'
"President Taft will go down
inhistory as one of the greatest
Presidents of the" United States."
Senator Townsend. of Michi
gan. (This is jusf inserted to
show how opinions differ.)
H. G. Stobart, one of the weafc
thiest iron manufacturers of
Great Britain, has emigrated to
the Canadian Northwest because
"the legislation of Lloyd George -is
bringing Great " Britain to
All labor unions of Indiana are,
getting behind 'woman suffrage
movement of that state, which is
another thing that increases our
respect for labor unions.
Resolution for creation of com
mission of five to inquire into the
cause of railroad wrecks and to
search for some method of pre.
venting their frequency, has been
introduced in House by Repre
This resolution also will be
lost in the shuffle.
"Eight men, with salaries ag
gregatingJlQO,000 could admin
ister the affairs of the five In
dian tribes of Oklahoma, whereas
the government just now employs
10 men for the work, and pays
them salaries aggregating over
$1,000,000." Rep. Ferris, Okla.,
"I find that I am a good deal
embarrassed, because I have jusjt