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op at scene roi Titanic wreck By'
President Taft played golf to
day.. His language while' playing
is not' recorded.
Henry Watterson, America's
greatest living joke upon the
people, today declared editorially
n fche Louisville Courier that
Roosevelt was a maniac.
This ought to convince many
doubters that Roosevelt - is quite
sane, even if a trifle grasping of
Taft to Roosevelt: You're a
deceiver, and want to be a dicto-tor.
' Roosevelt to Taft : You're a liar
an ingrate, a friend of the bosses
arid interests and so crooked you
wouldn't know a square deal if
you met it face to face.
Sic'errf!' We like it. Nothing
gives us more pleasure than to
hear two gentlemen, one the
president of the. United States,
and the ex-president, calling each
other names comniouly usedJby
argumentative and drunken
Hearst announces today that
Japan has grabbed 700 miles on
Hearst ought to fce happy if
Japan has. He has been trying to
get 'eni to do it by auto-suggestion
for several .years now.
James Ping, Bedford, Ind., died
today fro1 mrevolver vound in
flicted by wife, after she found an
other woman's letters in his
pocket. She also shot herself.
Wm.;Flynn; Fa., former state
senator' and Rodsevelt state chair-
man, 'denies Tact's accuaftib'ti
that he is attempting to "boss"
Pennsylvania. Flinn also showed
letter from Tim Woodruff in
which latter denies telfing Henry
W. Taft, that Flinn sajd he was
foorjng Roosevelt, bills in Penn.
J. B. Hanimond, of World's
Purity Federation, says that
Washington is so naughty that,
"the inan in the moon holds his
nos6 when he passes over it."
Governor Marshall, Ind. has
given orders to have Capt. Wy
mer, Ind. National Guard, pres
ent at boxing match to be held in
iTerre Haute, Tuesday night, to
see that state laws are upheld..
Indiana supreme court derided
that Kokomo is a "dry" city.
President Taft will make flying
trip op heels Qf Roosevelt over
ground to be covered by latter in
trfp through Mass., starting to
Special agreement of Aug. IS,
1910, creating tribunal for arbi
tration of many outstanding
claims against U,. S. and Great
Britain-, was put into operation
today. Agreement covers 202
claims of American subjects
against British government and
92. claims of British subjects
against U. S.
Rucker (Dem., Ind.) will sub
mit 'to house tomorrow question
of accepting senate amendment
to resolution of submitting to
states, a constitutional amend
ment for direct election of U. S.
.senators. Senate bill was intro
duced by Bristbw (Rep., Kas.)
and reserves to federal govern-