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BITS OF NEWS v
If politicians should deliver
same kind of speeches life might
be worth living.
Theodore Roosevelt received an
overwhelming vote over Taft
and La Follette in the Nebraska
Champ Clark received the dem
ocratic indorsement over Har
mon and Wilson in Bryan's state.
Woodrow Wilson and Roose
velt were yesterday's winners in
the Oregon primaries. Senator
Bourneapparently defeated for
re-electipn by Ben Selling of
Senator LaFoHete reached
San Francisco today for his cam
paign in California before the
Mrs. Roy Ray and four chil
dren, Virginia, 111., seriously ill
from ptomaine poisoning from
eatin gcanned goods. ,"
Gov. McGovern, Wisconsin,
today granted a pardon to Mary
Roberts, Oshkoshj sentenced to
three years for burning" her own
house. Woman in ill health.
President Taft is busy prepar
ing speeches for the trip he is to
make through Massachusetts
next week. Expected' to' take a
few hot shots at "Ter-ribje Ted
dy." Two American imprisoned at
Chihuahua, Mex.r .since March
16, according to report to state
department today. Counsel
Consul Lechtersaid he demanded
their release, but Mexican gov
ernment did not act.
Attorney general of Indiana
has begun investigation of alleged
butter and egg trust.
Something like that was tried
Houghton Walker, said to be
wealthy merchant of St. Josephy
Mo., leaped from the line Maure
tania and committed suicide on
way from London to New York.
Dillingham immigration bill
passed senate today. Educational
test providethat every male im
migrant must be able to read and
Chinese garrison at Lhassa,
Thibet, has massacred 200 wom
en arid children, and whole prov
ince is in revolt.
.SURE IT WAS
"Was Nellie's last marriage a