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"Well, what oy t? FU be speak
ing up there myself Monday."
Roosevelt, when old that Taft
was. going to return to Massa
chusetts the day, before the pri--mary.
Francisco I, Madero,' president
of Mexico, today gave a state
ment to the' United Press in
which he charged that Pasquale
Oro2co, leader of the rebels, join
ed the revolution onlv 'because
Madero refused to give him $25,- J
000 out of the public treasury.
Evidently, American "politi
cians are not the only persons
swho can graft, and act peevish
phen somebody butts in and. stops
' Question of release of Harry
K. Thaw, murderer of Stanford
.White, will :ome up' before Jus
ticelCeogh, N. Y., May 6.
Thaw made his first trip out
sidelMattewan asylum today to
Keogh's court at New, Rochelle.
He has grown fat since, his im
prisonment. State Senator L. K. Andrews,
of Ironton, O., ttfday was sentenc
ed to 9 mojiths inutile penitentiary
for accepting bribe for his vote
on insurance bill. .
My, my f ThiiuVbf one of Ohio's
honorable legislators jn cute
black and gray stripes and behind
PJerp. Morgan wasn't given
invitation to dedication of new
campanile of St. Mark's cathe-v
dralVenice, Italy. Blew right
upn the air, and wen t to King
Victor Emmanuel about it. King
.vicipi goi jrierjj. a scat. , 1
It's a good job King Victor did.
Otherwise Pierp might have farc
ed the United States to declare
war on Italy about it. '
Ray Wayman, 22, Des Moines,
la., arrestedtoday charged with
mqrder of his father, John Way
man, 54. Youth arrested as he
tried to -cash check, apparently
signed by father, for $400. Auto?
mobiles and chorus girls. '
Carl Noreen, riativif of Sweden,
53, Steamboat Springs, Colo.,
committed suicide today by blow
ing his head off with dynatnite.
Another, of them.
""John Looney, publisher, and
Myron Jordan,- editor of .Rock
Island News, the Weekly paper
responsible for recent Rock Is
-land riots, arrested and taken to
Peoria today to answer federal
indictmehts charging" misuse of
B. M. Robinson, Chicago, civil
engineer in charge of double
tracking Chicago, Burlington &
Ouincy railroad, killed by train
near Trempeleau, Wis.
Anxiety felt at Sault Ste Marie,
Mich., for safety of six steamers
that passe dup and entered Lake
Superior yesterday. Feared that
they may have been caught in ice
fields with last night's 50-mile
gale blowing and sent to bottom.
Edward Hurner, 17, Aurora,
III, arrested at Peoria today
charge with working confidence
Bodies of Frank D. Millet, fa
mous artist and Emil Brandeis,
wealthy department store owner
of OmlhaVcfmong (nose , picked,
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