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they should vote for T. R. and
Johnson will return to Chicago
tonight after having made nine
Speeches. Will speak-in Milwau
Democratic national committee
has closed contract for special
combination club car for Gov.
Wilson from now until election
Looks like Wilson was going
to do a little T- R.-Hiram John
son whirlwinding himself.
William Howard Taft, who is
said to be a candidate for the
presidency, spent a peaceful day
sleeping at Beverly.
William J. Bryan to make nation-wide
tour speaking for Wil
son. Start in Denver, Sept. 14.
Go from there to Pacific Coast.
State-wide prohibition lost in
Arkansas yesterday by 25,000.
"Grandfather clause," which was
fp disqualify 75 per cent of negro
vote, also beaten.
t)f course, the Democrats won
all over in Arkansas. Fate of the
recall of judges still in doubt.
Gov. Wilson went to Atlantic
City to address Spanish War
. Col. Roosevelt spoke at Seattle
and Tacoma. Uusual hot stuff. '
Woman are planning .great
campaign to carry suffrage
amendment to constitution of
Some of the speakers will be:
Sen. La Follette, Mrs. La Fol-J
lette, Fola La Follette, Jane
Addams, Virginia Brooks, Mrs.
Jilla S. Stewart, Helen Todd, Inez
Milhoflad. Anna Howard Shaw,
Mrs. O. H. P. Belmont and, Gil
State-wide primaries being,
held by Democrats and Reoubli-,
cans of Colorado today. Full
state ticket and two U. S. sena
tors and congressmen.
Helen Ring Robinson running
for state senator; Katherine Wil
liamson running for Congress.
Both expected to run strong.
Chorus of '1,000 women being
trained to sing "Roosevelt, OUr
Roosevelt," when Teddy arrives
in Denver. ,
. Republican national committee
has decided to carry war Into
Roosevelt camp. J. Adam B'ede,
John M. Harlan and Henry Cabot
Lodge to be their principal speak
ers. Lodge was Roosevelt's closest
friend for many years, and the1 .
Taftites figure he'ss take a lot'of.
votes away from T. R. ;
o o I
"Tommy," said his mother,
"grandmother is very ill. Can't
you go in and cheer her up?"1"
"Yes," said Tommy, and Jie
went into the sickroom. But inaf
few moments he came oufdiscdn- "
"Couldn't, mother;," he-safd-
"she seemed to get worse."
"What did you say, dearr
asked mother. r
"Why, I asked her if she would
like soldiers at her funeral !"
"Ever surrounded by wolves?'
"$0 ; but I know the sensation.
I used to open the diningrobm
doors at a. seaside boardingf