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a candidate this year. Wilson
jsn'tsaying-a word. Smith wants
to' sneak in under Wilson's cloak.
Wilson may fool him again.
. Teddy now Bull Moosing
through the southwest. Big
crowds. Much cheers.
4 A headline in the Inter-Ocean
said: "President is Wildly
Cheered' at Boston." Then the
story tells us.that it was when he
addressed a convention of post
office employes. Nuff 'ced.
Wilson has attacked Teddy,
and now Teddy has attacked Wil
json. As the fight seems to be be
tween these two they might as
well go to it and warm things up.
Sic 'em Towser; sic 'em Tige.
Sen. Cummins of Iowa says he
Avill vote for Teddy, but is against
ihe Bull Moose party. Some
straddle all right.
New York Progressives hold
state convention at Syracuse to
onorrow. Wm, A. Prendergast,
who nominated Teddy at Chica
go, in the Jead for governor.
Progressives put up candi
dates for legislature in 12 Cook
county districts last night, as fol
lows: 1st, John H. Taylor; 2d,
Frank J. Snite; 3d, Rev, F. E. J.
Lloyd; Sth, John H. Passmore;
9th, John E. Jones; 11th, Robson
Barron; 13th, Albert J. Schnach
enberg; 21st, John Gruijau; 23rd,
Emil N. Zolla; 25th, Chas. E.
Hutchinson ; 27th, Wm. Gieldzin
ski; 29th, John F. Bass.
News from Vermont tickled
3,600 delegates to Bull Moose
state convention at Syracuse, N.
Y. Mqre than one-third of dele
gates are women.
New York newspapers are hav
jng editorial fits about the Ver
mont results. Most say it means
Missouri Bull Moose conven
tion got under way today .by
electing Arthur N. Sager, St.
Louis, permanent chafrman.
Complete state ticket to be nom
inated. Nearly every county represent
ed at Iowa Bull -Moose conven
tion at Des Moines.
Almost certain Judge John C.
Karel defeated A. J. Schmitz for
Democratic nomination for gov
ernor of Wisconsin. So many
Republicans voted for Karel or
Schmitz that G. O. P. candidates
may have to run as independents.
Prohibition leaders say they
expect to poll 500,000 votes in
Taft returned to Washington
today to speak at International
Association of Applied Chemis
Gov. Wilson went from Sea
Girt to New York tq speak it
wqrkingman's dollar dinner.
Col. Roosevelt toured Iowa
from St. Louis to Des Moines.
Eugene V. Debs spoke at noon
today in Reno, Nev
Eugene W. Chafin spoke at six
meetings in Waterville, Me.
' "This is a stunning gown," de
clared the frivolous one. ,
"Is it proper to call a gown
stunning?" inquired the purist
"Perfectly proper. When my
husband saw the bill he was