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OUTBURSTS OF EVERETT TRUE
Springfield, -III., March 19. Result
on .ballot for long-term senatorship
Lewis 87, Sherman 72, Funk 22, Ber
lyn 4. Other candidates received
Springfield, -III., March 19.
Speaker McKinley today appointed
Rep.. John M. Rapp, a progressive
Democrat, chairman of the commit
tee on public utilities, David. E. Shan
ahan, Republican floor leader," being
made chairman, of the committee on
appropriations. The . make-up of
both committees is heavily Demo
cratic. Lewis Democrats ' haye dropped'
6harles";Boeschenstein as a candidate
for the, short, term U.-S. senatorship,
declaring Sullivan men deserted
Lewis "yesterday Avhen he had "a
chance.towin the six-year term.
. ' ' o o
Des Moines, la- M. O. Clemens,
paroled., convict from Abamosa re?
formatory;.wha contracted tubercu
losis while at'anTowa sanitarium, .wjll
probably be sent to. N. Y. to be treat
ed ,by,,Dr. P. F.v priedmann.t
Milwaukee. Hans Osthoff, sales
man, .attempted suicide. Razor. Jay
recoyer. , '
Mrs.. A. What did your husband :
say when .'he, saw the bin for your
new' gown? . Mrs. JB. I didn't hear,
I started, tolayihe piahOj j