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TIME FOR A SHOWDOWN.
Say, Deneen, did you ever hear
that it's well to be off with the old
love before you are oit with the
That's what. And you can't
hold on to Taft with one hand and
grab Teddy with the other.
There is no middle of the road
track where the going will be
good this" year.
, The people want some kind of
a new deal. They want to get rid
of all political bosses, including
Sitting on the rail fence won't
get you anything but sore.
Come off the fence !
Rome. Physicians have order
ed Pope Pius to rest for remain
der of summer. Too active at re
cent ceremonial of ninth anniver
sary of Pope Leo's death.