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-OUTBURSTS OF EVERETT TOTE
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President Tafft and Col. Roose
velt' each' secured 115 "delegates ini
primary , election In Massachu
setts. Taft won, 9A districts,;
Roosevelt 4 and latter gets eight'
delegates at' large. - , "
Taft received'maioritv.tif from'
three to five"thaufcaadIon popu-il
lar vote,-but on account of dele
gates at'largebeirrg yote'don sejv
cii oj.ciy .lie iva u-uiuu.
Taft lost delegates at large be
cause Senator Pussy Foot Mur
-ray-vrane, nupian spmnx, ws
neaaing nis ncKet." Means cu&
tain for:Murry, wHo should taer"
hint and retire at end of his ternj.
RooseveltJn statement from
Oyster Bay' ihade. -grandstand
play and sa'idr'bwould instruct