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Never spoke after being picked
Rhcfde Inland G. O. P. state
convention has instructed 10 dele
gates for Taft. Congressman Ut
ter made a little speech, referring
to Roosevelt as the "man who be
trayed his best friend."
Well, Utter can take some con
solation in. the fact that the "best
friend is now setting out to do
some betraying 'himself.
Interstate Commerce Commis
sion has ordered Pennsylvania
railroadto pay four coal compan
ies $l30,0(Xor failure to provide
them with, cars. -v
That is cheering news. One-of
Ihe favorite games of the railroad
brooks hasTjeen to crush outnn
dfcpendent coal companies by de
nying them cars.
But pf course this decision will
.heed 'to -go to Taftfs Commerce
Court, one member" of which is
the Hon. Archbald. It probably
willbave the Indian Sign engrav
ed on it there. '
Wm. F Laffan, publisher of
N. Y. Sun, left wife estate of $ly
It seems to pay" fairly well to
be publisher of a newspaper that
always is friendly to the trusts,,
, Margaret Gribben, Burgetts
f own, Pa., marched Harry Tilton
oUt df theater at pohrt of revolver
-when he asked ner to remove her
Thafs an unsatisfactory piece
of news. Where did Maggie get
ithe 'revolver? Her stocking ?
"Mrs. David Jay, Kankakde,
111., killed in windstorm while on
Jier way home. " .
, Massachusetts has asked for
extradition of Wm. A. Dqfr, of
Stocktpn, Cal wantedJn Boston
'for murder of Geqrge E Marsh,
millionaire manufacturer. Dorr
hasTeen shaniniing insanity since
attested at Stockton.
Taft ot control of Iowa Re-.
publican state convention by 41
votes and will get that state's
Fifty-si? homeless families of
Withebee and Moriah, N. Y- owe
lives to telephone operator.
Warned thep.of dam breaking
above Mineville, in time to es
cape to hillsV Efvery building
v o o
- MAY BE SDD&TRACKED
Southampton, Eng., April 25.
Because of the disaster to the TU
tanicr the Olympic may be forc
ed to abandon her Voyage to New
The greatest vessel afloat, mada
so by the loss of her sister sbfp
that lies beneath the angry wa
ters of the Great Banks df Newf
oundland, is lying helpless off
Spithead where she was ; towed
by tugs yesterday.
Her 1,400 passengers are'
aboard, and 200 more are waiting1
for her at-Cherbourg.
But sh6 cannot sail because the
White Star line has refused to '
comply with the Remand of 'the
stokers that she besupplied with
,a sufficient number of seaworthy
'.lifeboats to carry every soul
aboard in case of disaster
When the Olympic reached
England this trig, the -company