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"The word liar is not in ray vo
cabulary," Taft, at Lowell,
Mass. , '
;. But liars are in Taft's cabinet
and are supporting him.
"If Jlr. Taft's policy of flabby
indecision and helpless acquies
ence ih the wrongdoing of the
crooked boss and the crooked
financiers permitted to continue
there wjll grow up real class hat-red-in
this country." Roosevelt
You've 'got to hand it to Theo
dore Qnce in a while. "FJabby
indecision" is good!
"The painful spectacle-of the
president 01 tne united states
and a former president engaged
in ia' controversy not over politi
cal issues, but as- to which has
been more closely identified with
the interests."1 Woodrow AVil
son, at Baltimore.
But, seeirig that the president
and former president are .Repub
licans, the spectacle ought to be
so all-fired painful to a Democrat.
"Any man who says I distrust
tfie people is talking through his
hat." Taft, at Haverhill, Mass.
i Which is one way of saying T.
Roosevelt crawled into the ring
after his Hat, and is now using it
s a megaphoneT
"The action of Mr. Taft in this
case (the Harvester mess), is not
compatible with even in the fee
blest kindof good intentions."
Roosevelt in-statement given out
arN. Y. ' '
-Mr. Taftrwill carry Massachu
setts by a large majority and get
every me of the 36 delegates,"
Taft's managers in Massachu-'
' "The idea that Mr. Tjift will
get all the delegates from Massa
chusetts 'is ridiculous. Colonel
Roosevelt "will have the majority
of the delegates." Statement
given out at Roosevelt headquar
ters. Meantime, although the weath
er is punk' the voters qf Massa
chusetts are trooping to the polls
and registering their little votes.
Furthermore, they, are not telling
anyone how they are voting.
.Late this afternoon", not even
the most practiced politicians had
the slightest idea how the Massa
chusetts vote waygoing. By to
morrow, we'll know.
Oh, yes! CKarop Clark and
Woodrow Wilson are running a
sideshow, and each says 'she has
licked the other.
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"There is no question but that J
"She flew-the coop."