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, will- -tako- wch action, . whatever :t
may be, as tluy btlieve to be beit.
I They have their duty and I have
i mine. I think my position is clearly
J The letter, which the New Yor'.
r Tribune (Rep.) describes as "perfect
ly characteristic," is generally intcr
1 prctcd as putting Governor Hughes
definitely in the "receptive" class.
! 5ays the Buffalo Express (Rep.):
. " The Governor stands just where
he has stood since he first entered
public life, doing the earnest duty,
without any thought of the next step;
i seeking no office and trying to in-
ffluence no other man's sense of duty.
If he is nominated and elected Prcsi
T dent lie will pursue the same policy
If the people' of the United States
want so high-minded a man, this i
their opportunity. They can hav:
have him on no other terms than his
; own which are the letter and the
I spirit of the Consti ution."
I Scrutinizing Speaker Cannon as a
j factor in the Presidential situation
i the press agree that he has great
power and great patronage, and :
not likely to be speadily eliminated.
,' "His age," says the New York Sun
t "is the main argument if it can o;
j called one agyinst his nomination;"
and The World points out that "more
than half the delegations will include
. men under personal obligations to
him for favors and ready to support
I him if there is a deadlock."
In Pennsylvania the candidacy cf
Senator Knox is vigorously cham
pioned on the ground that no other
man is so intimately identified with
President's Roosevelt's battle igauvu
corporation abuses, fincc he as Attorney-General
prepared the princi
pal weapons with which that battle
has been fought. His State is solid
for him, but his boom does not as
yet appear to have traveled far be
yond home territory.
As to Senator Forakcr, "there ia
good reason to bel'cvc that he lm
no real hope of securing the nomi
nation"!," says the Rochester Post
Express, "and that his only purpose
is to prevent Secretary Taft from
Secretary Cortelyou, who loomed
into sudden piomimncc at the tint
r -- . that President Roo:cvclt broke his
rilencc on she third-term issue, hni
repudiated the rumors then circulat
ed. "I have not," he asserts, "been
V a candidate for anything but the con-
I fidence of the people in the discharge
G of my duties as Secretary of the
jl Treasury." Literary Digest.
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ll One of the most exciting bowline
Ij contests ever seen in the city was the
ft mantes between the Crowns and
! Hancs Colts the result of an argu-
f T4t ment as to which was the best team.
I' " The Crown? won the first game bv
p, a small margin and the Colts the
second game making it "hoss and
Ii hoss." The Colts then won the
H third game by one pin, in a game !n
B -whieli first bne't'earti and-th'dn;the
m diner" was ahead
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