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OUTSIDE NEWS FROM WIRE A&D CABLE
"Often we have 'to try a man
Nout. He may be a first class lieu
tenant, but he doesn't do in com
mand of the army. Often the lieu
tenant when he becomes com
mander means well, but means
well feebly, and you- don't get
much out of it if there are strong
men about him who dorft mean
well at all."
This is Colonel Roosevelt, mak
ing his first speech in Nebraska.
One guess as to who iifc means by
the "first class lieutenant."
Police of Lynn, Mass., expect
to get extradition papers today
for William A. Dorr, arrested in
Stockton, Cal., in connection with
death of Millionaire George E.
Marsh, of Lynn.
Reported at Lloyd's office in
London that cannon firing was
heard in the Qardan'elles, indicat
ing the Italian fleet was trying to
force its way to Constantinople.
President Madero is preparing
to raise a fund of $10,000,000 to
prepare Mexico against invasion
by the United States. He fears
U. S. may take hand in internal
struggle in Mexico.
Senator Clark of Wyoming
says the senate committee can
not agree on joint resolution prb-
posing popular electipn of sena
tors. Bu you can't blame .some
of the senators, who wouldn't be
holding down public jobs under
direct election. . f
Col. Roosevelt has turned down
a joint debate on issues of present
campaign with Rep. Gussie Gard
ner of Massachusetts. Gussie
wanted to tell T. R where he got
One hundred and seven gold
rhiners killed and 80 wounded in
fight wth Russian "soldiers near
Irkutsk, Siberib. Cause not
Pope received in farewell au
dience at Rome MgX Giovanni
Borizano, apostolic delegate to U.
S., who left for America today.
House committee dp. agricul
ture has reported out two bijls de
signed to- end gambling in future
on cotton and grain. Many
boards of trade protested action.
Karl Quinn, Laporte, Ind.,
tried to start fire with gasoline.
Explosion. Fatally burned.
Robert, Tomka, Chicago, and
Richard Gilrriore, Davenport, la.,
who deserted from U. S. cruiser
Franklin at Portsmouth, Va., 7
days ago, today voluntarily sur
rendered to naval authorities at
Streator, 111. '
Funeral of Gen. Frederick
Dent Grant, U. S. A., wiU take
place April 26. He wilt be burr
ied with full military honors at
West Point, N. Y.
Dennis Laughlin, Chicago pa
tient at State Hospital, Klgin,
dying of blood poisoning. His
finger was bitten off by Michael t
NerH fellow patient.
Two qew breaks have occurred
in levees on lower Mississippi.
Worst break is ' below Beulah,
Miss. Latest disasters have add- t
ed to suffering among homeless
Mexican rebels have taken up
position 30 miles from Cerro Gor
do, and battle is expected with