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namely, that Smith should not
'run for senate again.
Wilson was elected. Smith
broke his promise, and forced leg'-
ra. , islature to take note of his cam
Wilson forced through a pri
mary law, and took the stump
against Smith -all over the state.
Smith was hopelessly beaten by
r Smith at that time complained
bitterly of the "ingratitude of the
'man I made governor." Now he's
in again with a big progressive
line of talk, and Wilson has come.
but flatly against him once more.
John Maynard Harlan, our fa
mous, or notorious, which ever
way you like to take it, towns
man, is to follow Roosevelt's trail
through the west and speak for
This ought to help Teddy and
the Bull Moose ticket a whole lot
with the people that know John
Francis Marshall, Los Angeles
real estate dealer, has swore to
affidavit charging Bull Moosei
party with fraud in California
Funny how real estate dealers
and their ilk are all against the
Hearst-Harrison and Sullivan
Democrats are to hold love feast
at Brand's park next Saturday.
These love feasts of our well
known local Democrats generally
end up in rows that would make
the Kilkenny cats ashamed of
Hiram Johnson, candidate for
vice president on the Bull Moose
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ticket, will hit Illinois tomorrow
for a whirlwind campaign
through northern and western
Deneen, Dunne and Senator
Funk are making things hum
from one end of the state to the
T. R. took throttle qf locomo
tive in- trip across Montana and "
drove train. Shook up passen
T. R. is one of our best shakers
up, having Acquired practice 'on
passengers on the steam roller.
State election in Maine today
for control of executive and legis
lative branches' of government
Bull Moose ticket not in the field.
Liquor the big issue as usual.
Democrats have made public
national campaign contributions.
$175,000 so far, and it took 12,000
contributions to make it up.
We shall now be" glad to hear
from the Hon., so to spealc, Wm.
Howard Taft as to the Republi
can campaign funds.
, ARRESTED MARRIED
Judge Heajrperformed a wed
ding irt Desplaines st. court this
morning as a sequel to an arrest.
Jennie Krier, 18, 1441 Victoria
st, and William Smalenski, 23
1443 Elston st., were arraigned in
court after they had been found
in a hotel at 118 S. Halsted st,
where they had been living since
last week. They told the judge of
their desire to marry. Heap des
patched his bailiff with the young
man to the City Hall. When
they returned the judge perform
ed the ce"remony in his chambers
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