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VyHUMAN URGED BULL. MOOSE-
G. 0. P. ALLIANCE, SAYS T. R.
.'Syracuse, N. Y., Aprjl 30. A bomb
was thrown into New York and
possible "national politics in the
Barjnes-Roosevelt libel trial yesterday.
A proposal by Gov. Whitman of an
alliance of New York Progressives
and progressive Republicans to rid
thev-;.state of machine misgovern
ment was the coup sprung by the
The colonel said he read the
Whitman letter, written last fall,
when Whitman was district att'y, and
relied upon it in attacking Barnes
during the 1914 primaries.
Roosevelt's testimony was finally
concluded at 12 :15. It was the eighth
day he had been on the stand and
when excused he had been under ex
amination for thirty-eight hours and
fifteen minutes. Before springing
the Whitman letter the colonel gave a
dramatic recital of how he approved
acquision by the street trus of the
Tennessee Coal & Iron Co. !to- stop
the 1907 panic.
The colonel also told how he had
prosecuted big corporations despite
their contributions to his presidental
Boston. Two nighis wake, burial
in family lot, insurance money spent
for corpse of Patrick J. Coleman.
Coleman, hale unci hearty, returned
from Canada., Now it's "who's who"
in the family lot '
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BITS OF NEWS
West Salem, Wis. Bribk building
collapsed into foundation excavation
on Main st. Several laborers narrow
New York. Victoriano Huerta,
former president of Mexico, has in
vested $300,000 (Mex.) in Harlem
Warren, O. May Unger of Allen
town, Pa., comely and 19, arrested
disguised as boy, for robbing railroad
detective of gun and badge.
SHE WAS SOME DISCOVERERV
MYSELFALSO TANGOER jj
Denver, Colo., April 30. After kv
chase from Des Moines, Chicago, St9
Louis and Kansas City, finally Den
ver, Mrs. Nellie Cowger, mother ofa
Mrs. Bettie Steinburg of Des Moines,
17, brqught the girl to the police stagf
tion today and had her locked up,
The mother said the girl was a run
away. Mrs. Steinburg was defiant
Some of her philosophy about life
as expressed to the police today foKj
lows: "Christopher Columbus hatf.
nothing on me. He discovered Amer- jj
ica Oct. 14, 1492. I discovered mar
riage was a failure for me onOct,
"My husband had plenty of money
but he was an old gink and I did notrf
"My mother swore that I was 18jj
when I married. How can she swear
that I am only 17 now? y
"I've tangoed all over Denver. Lotsb
of local men will get nervous chills
when they see my picture in the pa-9
per and stop to think what I could-
Ltell if I wanted to. Take my picture,
because mother doesn t want you to.
I'm for anything she's against"
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SAYINGS OF A WISE PUP
"KI-YI! THE ONLV SOFT
SNAP I EVER HAD WAS
WHEN I BIT A MAN IM HJS
76 degrees and certificates granted, ,
by U. of I. school of pharmacy. , -t