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By Gilson Gardner.
Roosevelt will be nominated
no matter what the national Re
publican committee does in the
contests. ' .
Iowa'if delegates, which are for
Cummins, may swing into line on
ffhe iirst vote. taken, which will be
North Dakota- probably will
vote against ElihuvRpot, the Taft
choice for 'temgprary' chairman.
Senator Kenyon, qf Iowa, has
been closeted with Dixon, Roose
velt manager, many times in the
'PUSSY FOOT" CRANE.
" He's Weeping : About Poor Old
Bill Taft and the Old Guard.
last few days. They were "fram
ing up" for the' fight.
W Roosevelt" orobablv will come
I to Chicago. This will be decided
as. soon as me sieam roner en
gineers are through with their
The Taft managers admit pri
yately, very privately, that Taft
is defeated. All they hope for us
strength enough to ma"ke terms.
Dave Mulvane; of Kansas,
speaks truth when h,e says all the
Taft people are fighting for now
is to keep a, grip on theparty or
ganization. "Pussy-foot" Murray Crane,
Staunchest member of the Old
Guard, has said frequently with
in the last three days that he no
longer hopes' to see Taft nomin
ated. The real fight will begin in the
convention, when Vic Rosewater,
the chairman, starts to read the
temporary roll of the convention.
Probably he'll never get past the
first letter in the alphabet. The
Roosevelt men will nominate
their candidate for temporary
chairman and insist on a roll call.
They expect 'to have a major
ity, and then it will be all over
but the shouting.
The steain roller's going right
'ahead just now. But its engineers
didn t dare put it over the Cali
fornia delegation, and it .was ne
cessary to do that if the -Roosevelt
majority was to be broken.
Required. One pound and a
half of loin of pork, cut into
chpos, mashed potato, oil, pepper
and salt. Cut ipprk into neat
chops, brusTi "over with oil, and
sprinkle with pepper and salt.
Broil or fry them till a nice (gol
den color. Make a moUnd of
mashed potato in the center- of a
dish, arrange the cutlets round,
sprinkle a little niinced parsley
over, and serve.