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ment this afternoon in which he
said that the freight houses were
full of freight which the mana
gers were unable tp move: This
3the managers denied.
t TAFT GETS AN AWFUL
WALLOP IN OHIO.
' Columbus, O., May 22. The
battle of Ohio is Over, and if Taf t
were a dog he woulcf have his tail
between his legs.
T. Roosevelt carried this state
ibya majority of from 25,000 to
25,000 votes. He will get at least
30 of the 42 district delegates, and
he is practically certain to get the
, Taft will get 10 deelgates or
Governor Harmon defeated
Wdodrow Wilson in the Demo
cratic primaries, but Wilson wjll
get several of the district dele
Washington, May 22. "ItVa
crime for Mr. Taft to continue
this contest," said Senator Dixon,
jnanager of the Roosevelt cam
paign. "It s a pity the President hasn't
more friends. If he had they
would not let him go into New1
I Washington, Miy 22.j-Taft$
nrst omciai act on reacmng per. e
today was to G. K. an extension
of his New Jersey campaign tour,
which will 'keep him making
speeches in that state up to noon
The New Jersey primaries
open at 1 p. m. that same day.
Evidently Taft intends "to keep
wallowing around in it to the end.
, Oyster Bay, N. Y., May 22,
"The result m Ohio has settled
the contest," said Theodore
Roosevelt at Sagamore Hill to
"Naturally I am very much
?ased with the 'impulsive judg
nitat' of Ohio."
Bartender What'U it be, sir?
Boston Man It will probably
be blended and exceedingly im
pure. My preference, however,
is for a slight reflection of rye.
Grand Junction, Col., reports a
freak of nature. H. B. Woods a
sheepman of Mesa County, is ex
hibiting a lamb with a perfectly
shaped hoof on the end of his tail.
The mother of the lamb gave
birth to twins, both sound and
perfect with the exception of the
one with the extra hoof, whose
tan, by the way, is inflexible.
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