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In view of all these things, Mr.
'Cobb will, of course, tell Mr.
Navin what he expects in the way
xf salary. Mr. Navin wUl natur
ally demur, but in the end he will
pay Cobb just what he asks. For
-the Detroit owner might just as
well lock the gates of his bajl park
as to try to run a team without
'ONLY HIT SURFACE SO FAR
. London, Aug. 26. Samuel Un
termeyer, attorney for the house
money trust investigation, who is
"spending his vacation here, says
"he hopes the American people are
hot badly shocked by the Stand
ard Oil campaign contribution
.exposure in the senate.
. "For," explained Untermeyer,
'the investigators have only
scratched the surface so far. If
the committee wilL only call J.
Pierpont Morgan and George W.
rPerkins now, perhaps we might
rfind out why the United States
ftreasury was turned over to Mor
ugan in the panic of 1907, thus en
abling Morgan to pose as the
Psavior of his .country."
STARVING TO DEATH
London, Aug. 26. Mrs. Mary
"T.eigh is believed to be dying, in
His Majesty's penitentiary ,at
J Mrs. Leigh is one of the two
Suffragettes sentenced to five
vears penal servitude for trying
to burn -the Theater Rojral, Dub
lin. She and her companion went
on a hunger strike recently. The
cible feeding. Both women be
came seriously ill.
The suffragettes got up -a mon
ster petition reqeusting a pardon
for the two women. Public
opinion was with them, and it was
confidently expected - that the
pardon would be forthcoming.
The pardon request went
through the usual amount of red
tape until at lastr it reached, the
Lord Lieutenant of Ireland. He
Latest-reports from Dublin are
that Mrs. Leigh may die at any,
time. The suffragettes openly
charge that the government
wants to murder her as a lesson
to her sisters.
NO DOUBT OF IT.
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"My little man. doesn't some
thing tell you when you do
wrong? Aren't you reminded of
it in some way?"
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