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iHenry's is getting right out of
Wytheville, Va. Floyd Allen,
convicted of first degree murder
for his part in the Hillsville court
murders, has not yet decided to
Washington: "The-one wise,
patriotic thing now to be done is
for Mr. Taft apd his managers to
accept the verdict of the Repub
lican party and withdraw from
the contest." Senator Dixon,
Washington. "I shall have at
least seventeen votes from Ohio,
including the delegates-at-large,
for we have every assurance that
we shall control the state convene
tion." From Taft statement.
Which, you will notice, does
not sound in the least likea notice
- At the same time, it is interest
ing to hear a president of the
United States who says he is op
posed to boss rule, remark that he
has every assurance that he will
control the convention in a state
in which he wasbeaten by 20,000
Louisville. "Unless Roosevelt
breaks down under the strain and
is taken to a lunatic asylum, he
will be a candidate for president."
Fj-om editorial by Henry Watter
son in the. Courier-Journal.
Evidently, the hot,- Southern
blood of Marse Henry is some
Montevideo. Roald Amund
sen, discoveret of the South Pole,
says he is going to sail from San
Francisco April, ' 1913. for -the
Waycross, Ga. Alligator held
up mail carrier south of here and
delayed delivery of letters on en
Either that mail carrier has had
a mbst remarkable experience or
he ought to change the brand of
his whi$ky, or else he's a right
Denver. C. C. Sullivan,fonner
chief of poKce of Pueblo, CoL,
shot and killed self here. Couldn't
stand talk'of graft in his adminis
tration. Rome. Italian newspapers
bitter at Turkey for decision to
expel all Italians from the- Otto
What do Italians expect any
how? They're supposed to be at
war, and they've been putting an
awful kink in Turkey. Whyt
shouldn't the Turks come back at I
New Yor In government
suit for dissolution of Sugar'
Trust, letter written, by Henry O
Havemeyer, in which the sugar
king himself referred to the
American Sugar Refining Com
pany as "the trust," introduced.
Kansas City. RobertPorqner
shot and. killed his wife because '
she hadn't any bananas for his ,
dinner. Shot self through head.
May die. . '
Boston. Thomas W. Lawson,
author of "Frenzied Finance,"
has announced candidacy for U.
S. Senate. Wants to succeed Mur
ray Crane, who is not going to
The reason Murray Crane is
not going to run again, by the
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