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could be elected, the people of
Massachusetts now being wise to
the curves of the Hon. Murray.
Washington. Taft has order
ed action against Coffee Trust
begun in N. Y. stopped, and all
papers in case submitted to state
, department. This is because gov
ernment of Brazil was in on the
At least, that, was the open
reason; perhaps the real reason
was that the federal district at
torney at N. Y. had the goods on
the Coffee Trust", and might have
been able to bust it up.
Anyhow, those 90Q.000 bags of
coffee that are being held in stor
age to keep the price up will not
be put on the market now Taft
has butted in.
New York. Capt. E. D. John
son of passenger steamer Sabine
fined $100 and costs by Federal
Judge Mayer because he refused
to carry, wireless operator.
Which is one proof that the Ti
tanic has not been forgotten yet.
Seattle. P.ost - Intelligencer,
which for months has looked as if
it were published for the express
purpose of boosting Taft, editor
ially concedes that our fat and ju
dicial temperamented president is
Springfield, 111. Trade union
ism advocates won in convention
of Illinois Red Men and union
label will appear on all matter
printed by the state order here
after. San Diego. J. M. Porter, lead
er of "The Vigilantes," arraigned
in court to show cause why he
should not be sentenced for con
tempt. I. W. W. and their sympa
thizers jammed courtroom and
street outside. Na serious trouble.
Berlin. Reichstag, after a
stormy session in which Social
ists nearly gave the aristocrats
heart disease by calling the kaiser
nasty names, has adjourned.
New York. Chas. W. Morse,
ex-convict banker and ex-ice
king, is back in New York. Feel
ing fine. Thinking of going into
Morse, you will remember, was
pardoned by Taft because he was
"going to die within ten days and
did. not wish to pass those last
days within prison walls."
If Morse had just been an ordi
nary burglar who risked his life
to steal a few thousands he'd have
rotted in jail befbre he got out on
any such plea as that. Also, he'd
probably have b'een beaten up by
guards for malingering., "
Topeka, Kan. Bumper wheat
crop predicted. Kansas expected
to yield 93,000,000 bushels.
What difference will that make?
A lot of crooks will put that bumper-
crop in storage, just as they
did the bumper coffee crop in
New York, and then get busy
boosting prices because "the sup
ply is short."
Washington. Dr.T. A. Green
castle, who secretly investigated
big packing houses of Indianap
olis, denies that he found evi
dence supporting Rep. Nelson's
claim that diseased and rotten
meat is passed for food. Says In
dianapolis plants are models.
New York.-tC. D.. Marshall,
president McClintock - Marshall