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Washington. It cost JConr
gressman 'Heald of Delaware
$5,560 to get 'renominated for
Congress; and the, election ex
pense is still coming.' The salary
is $7,500.a year. But then" 'Rep.
Dalzell blewjin. $3,499.65 and got
licked. McDermott of Illjn6is,
spent $3,390. '93 congressmen
cei tifiedjt didn'tctist'em a cent.
Gov. Wilson came to town this
a. m. Got off train at Western av.
and went' to loop ifl auto. 50 au
tos full of Democrats trailed
along. Some parade. i-Went to
Karpen building.- Big. crowd.
Shook hands until time to take
10:30 train for Detroit.
Washirfgton.-Dep-'t of Justice
officially denied charge of Sen.
Dixon that secret service '-agents
of government were spying on
Dixon and Medill McCormick.
New York. When Gov. Wil
son gets here he will be asked to
interfere with" Tamtnany con
trolling Democratic state conven
tion or run risk of losing- N. Y.
Believed Boss Murphy of Tam
. many will be able-to name whom
Indianapolis. Gov. Hiram
Johnspn touring Indiana today.
Speajcs here tonight. Much en
thusiasm. -Terre Haute-Debs y left for
Davenport, la., today. Speaks
there tomorrow. y ,
Butte, Montr-'Bryan arrived
today and will be guest-of Mon
tana vtwo days. Three addresses
besides rear platform talks. Said;
Teddy's plan' to regulate trusts'
through a commission' was invi-
tation to trusts and Wallr street
to control presidential elections.;
Chicago. Sullivan Democrats
still scrapping. -Can a man bea
Democrat in Chicago without1
having either a Sullivan or a
Hearst ring .in his nose? "Vg
Everywhere, U. S. Teddy
Wilson and Bryan draw big
crowds. Taft-plays golf. - ?
N. Y. National Republican!
committee fired four and accept- ,
ed resignation of three members:
who have left the G. O., P. and?
joined the Bull Moos'e. "
Missoula, Mont. In alF
speeches on his whirlwind tour
through Montana for Wilson, W
J. Bryan criticized'both Taft and
Roosevelt. . Said Teddy was'-an'
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