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player-piano, and having violins
and other instruments inside it.
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Siandpat organs now call
Roosevelt an "impasse." Unless
this means something good to eat,
you'll now hear Teddy give 'em
some cussing in language that
will make their hair stand.
Gov. Dix demands that Bryan
be eliminated from the party.
Every time Tammany loses it
wants Bryan eliminated. And
then. Bryan rubs Tammany's nose
in the dirt some more.