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and whispering .mysterious tid-
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.gates questioned by a P.ay Boole
reporter refused to give any 'light
on the subject. '. : v..":.
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warm wejeome when he stepped
on the platform- Taft supporters
kept jeering him throughout his
Delegate Hartfdrd.New Hamp
shire, made.a kick about Heney's
speech., Rosewater rapped for or
der .and said:'.. "Let's listen a
Heney," ahdthen, on the side, he,
added-: "He's harmless."
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