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what I think of Illinois?" Sen
ator W. O. Bradley, standpat
boss of Republican state conven
tion of Missouri.
What does Illinois care? She
herself got right up where every
one could see her and said what
she thought of Bradley and other
Chinese suffragettes and their
American sisters held joint meet
ing N. Y. yesterday. Spent
most of their time admiring little
Fung Li, who "looked so cute" in
"These ideas (recall of judges
and judicial decisions) lay the ax
at the root of the tree of well or
dered freedom Taft.
They don't. They lay the ax
at the root of the tree of boss or
dered freedom of judges to de
cide against the plain people.
One billion tons of coal and
400,000,000 tons of iron ore were
secured by Steel Trust when it
bought Tennessee Coal and Iron
Co., by permission of Roosevelt,
according to testimony before
"I believe the outlook for an
increase in business in the United
States is splendid." Myron T.
Herrick, of Ohio, before sailing
to France as ambassador.
And what do you believe about
the outlook for a little more jus
tice and freedom for the plain
I people, Myron? That's what
we're interested in.
Headquarters for Republican
National Committee will be open
ed in Chicago about May 1 by
"The upshot of all this Roose
velt activities isvthat they are not
desxgi ed to nominate Roosevelt,
but to defeat Taft." Congress
That makes us still stronger for
the Roosevelt activities." JWe've
had enough Taft. ,
Biggest society wedding of the
year took place in London today.
Marquis of Stafford, son and heir
of Duke of Sutherland, England's
greatest landowner, to Lady
Eileen Butler, daughter of Earl
and Counter of Lanesborough.
But what has that to do with
the passage of the home rule for
C. A. Heberlin, American min
ing engineer, held prisoner by
General Pasquale Orozco at Jim
inez, Mex., was to be released to
day following demand made by
state department. ;
Republicans of St. Louis kicked
the Roosevelt hat around to fin
ish yesterday. Taft forces out
voted Roosevelt faction 4 to 1.
So pleasant are relations be
tween Taft and Roosevelt forces
at Michigan state convention that
governor has ordered patrol of
national guard on duty, and en
tire militia to be held in readi
ness. Roosevelt delegates have
seated themselves in armory hall,
and wont let Taft men in.
Capt. 01svik,of steamer Fort
Morgan, just arrived at Mobile,
Ala., reports that volcano on Mt.
Chiriqui, near Bocas del Toro,
Panama, became active April 5,
and has wiped out dozens of In
dian villages with great loss of
Down in South America they