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CHINA HAS EfULL MOOSER
Tien Tsin, Sep. 5. Sun Yat
Sen has become the original Bull
Moose of China, and he is some
Sun is clamoring for a national
presidential election just now. He
is in Pekin, and he and President
iYuan Shi Kai meet almost every
day. They are polite when they
meet, but that's about all.
Sun says that Yuan is a hope
less reactionary. Yuan says Sun
is a demagogue, a neurotic and a
Sun is sure that he can beat
Yuan at the polls. Yuan has a
hunch 'that Sun might, and there
fore, he is absolutely refusing to
call an election..
The situation is some strained.
(Yuan has an uncanny habit of
cutting off the heads of political
enemies after he's through calling
them demagogues, and the "dare
to dies," a bomb society, belong
to Sun's party.
, Yuan is head of the Tung Yi
Kung Ho Tang, which is China's"
standpat Republican party.
Vice President Li Yuan Hung
is head of the, Kung Ho Tang,
which is China's standpat Dem
ocratic party. i
Sun is head of the Tung Meng
Hui, the official Chinese name for
Li says that Yuan's standpat
party is corrupt, and that the peo
ple ought to oust Yuan and rnake
Sun says that Li is away off j
that his party is just as corrupt
as Yuan's, and that what the peo-
pie want to do is oust both of
them, and make ME president.
The "dare to dies" have been
holding special sessions fately to
discuss the advisability of hasten
ing an election by dropping a few
hombs around President Yuan.
fcROBE -THREE MYSTERIES
New York, Sept. 5. What
happened to your client; Mrs.
What happened to your client,
Mrs. Rusana Menachik Szabo?
What happened to your client,
John Rice O'Neill?
TJiese are the questions To be
aske4 Burton W. Gibson, well
known attorney, by District At
Mrs. Kinnan was found mur
dered in her home in the Bronx '
in 1906. Gibson produced a will
in which she left everything to
him. She was worth $100,000.
' Mrs. Szabo was drowned in
Greenwood Lake, to which she
went m Gibson s company. Gib
son produced a will making him-J
administrator of her $13,000 es
tate, t - I
O'Neill obtained $10,000 dam
ages for therloss of a leg and was
last seen alive in Gibson's office.
Probably there would haye
been no investigation had not-
'Mrs. Szabo been an Austro-Hun-,.
garian subject an4 O'Neill a Brit-
sul and British consul-general de-
manded a probe. a
Gibson, on his return to his of-s.
fice from a motoring trip todays
refused to discuss the charges