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MORIARTY GETS A JOLT
County Commissioner Daniel Mor
iarty yesterday paid the penalty for
allying himself with Aleck McCor
mick and his high-brow followers on
the County Board. John McGillen,
one of the high chiefs of the Sullivan
Democracy, bitterly roasted the col
onel for his actions while "a member
of the board.
At the end of the speech Moriarty
waited for someone to defend him
and, seeing nothing but looks of dis
approval in the faces of those who
were formerly his supporters, tiptoed
silently from, the room.
McGillen also attacked ("certain
kind of reformers who were in need
of greater personal reformation than
those they chose to attack.
The Tribune was also assailed for
its unfair policy to those who refuse
to taKe orders.
The denunciation of Moriarty by
the Sullivanites will probably mean
his political end. He has been used
by the McCormick faction and the
trust newspapers, who support the
president of the County Board, but
they hardly ever give him credit for
his loyalty to their cause, and be
cause he is a Democrat they may for
get him when election 'time comes
VILLA ANOTHER HUERTA?
Washington, Dec. 15. The con
stitutional commander-in-chief in
Northern Mexico, Gen. Francisca Vil
la, is causing the U. S. some anxiety.
Reports of alleged overt acts on his
part in Chihuahua, if true, promise
to make him as much of a menace
toward peaceful solution of the Mexi
can difficulty as Huerta is already
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