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inee, rubbing the sleep out of his
Jefferson City, Mo. Champ
Clark has a clear road for re
election to congress. Last of
three rivals to file as candidates
for Clark's job withdewN today.
Clark filed early last month.
The New York Sun is in an
awful bad way today. It has got
to change it's Woodrun Wilson
to Willrun Wilson. And it feels
bad about it.
Rudolph Spreckles, million
aire owner of the San Francisco
Call and formerly a Republican,
has come out for Woodrow Wil
son. All the London newspapers say
that in Wilson the Democratic
party has picked the one best bet.
Also, they suggest that Theo
dore Roosevelt take his third
party out somewhere and buy it.
Lansing, Mich. Governor Os
born, one of Roosevelt's "seven
governors," has come out for
"Republicans," says Osborn,
"can vote for Wilson without
leaving their party or bolting.
The real Republican party has no
candidate. The issue is clear. It
is Wall street against Wilson."
Columbus, O. Governor Jud
son Harmon says he will support
Wilson. . He also says he is going
to retire from public life owing
-to circumstances over which Jud
has no control, as one .might
The new Democratic national
committee met and rushed
through routine businesstotayj,
Then decided to visit Wilson at
It is generally understood 3thaf
Wilson will pick Wm. F. Mc
Comb, his nomination manager,
to manage his election campaign.
Curiously, both Wilson and
Marshall are Presbyterians.
Oyster Bay. "I have nothing
to say." Roosevelt, when asked
what he thought of v the Demo
cratic choice, and the colonel's
smile was like that of a man who
has met the tailor to whom he
" When told that the English
and New York papers said that
Wilson's nomination "did away
with the need for the new pro
gressive party, Roosevelt said:
"Well, that's 'the way they look
Roosevelt met Senator Dixon,
who was his manager at Chicago,
and held a long, conference with
him this morning.
OUR PRECISE ARTIST.
"Overcome by smoke."
It's iust as well to do a little
work the last day or two before