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GOV. WILSON'S CHARACTER AND PERSONALITY
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R. hasn't5 tKe only' teeth in the "world. Woodrow Wilson has aL
"V -'. N few himself . . , ,
Sea Girt, N.''J.;'july .Every
body knows1 that Woodrow Wil
son put a big pro
gram of progressive
the New Jersey leg
ly after he became
governor, but" every
body does not know
that only one house
was Democratic nor
how Wilson.won the Republican
senate over to voting for Demo-!
cratic bills. It happened like this 5i
Adjt. Gen. W. F. Sadler of New;!
Jersey, a Republican, gave a dm-l
ner at which Wilson was guest ofi
honor arid the Republican sena-i
tors just ordinary guests. The,!
senators had never met WilsonJ
but were against him anyway, be
cause they believed him to be a'
haughty college president witbJ
whom they could not mix.
' , Before the dinner had progress-