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FUNNY FACES OF FAMOUS FELLERS FIGHTING'
ON THE "FIRING LINE" AT SYRACUSE
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Col. Roosevelt and his chief lawyer, Boowers; and Barnes and his chief
lawyer, Ivins, sketched on the firing line in Syracuse courtroom.
T. R. MAKES FINAL TALK
Syracuse, N. Y., April 26. For
probably the lastday of his cross-examination,
Col. Roosevelt is on te
stand in the trial of William Barnes'
$50,000 libel suit.
William Loeb -will substantiate
Roosevelt's testimony in his attempt
to justify the charge of a corrupt al
liance between Murphy and Barnes,
that Barnes had told William Loeb
he could not support an independent
Democrat for the U. S. senate in
1911 because he had agreed with
Murphy to keep his hands off.
A SAFETY SINGER
"Bliggins sings all the latest
"Of course he does," commented
the envious person. "He doesn't dare
try to sing a song after it's" old-
enough for people to know how ifo
ought to go."
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