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"God gave this country Abra
ham Lincoln in 1860. The Jour
nal solemnly believes a never
failing Providence gives us
Woodrow Wilson in 1912.' Mil
waukee Journal (Progressive Re
publican). Madison State Journal (Re
publican) says every progressive
Republican in Wisconsin should
vote for Wilson.
Clark and Un'derwood got great
receptions whe nthey entered he
House today. Underwood wore
his smile. Clark just hammered
with' the gavel.
Mrs. Champ Clark is as bitter
as her husband toward Bryan.
She says he was "unfaithful" to
his friendship and didn't play fair.
Sea Girt, N. J. Woodrow
Wilson has not decided yet if he
will resign the governorship to
make his presidential campaign.
He intimates he will not
Marse Henry Wattersdn, Lou
isville, is having the dickens of a
time trying t oget out of the hole
he got into by asserting that Wil
son was "no gentleman."
But Marse Henry always fights.
"Between Taft, Roosevelt and the
devil, I choose the devil," he says,
and is going to support Wilson.
The New York Sun thinks that
Taft now has the "undivided hon
or of representing the saner ideas
of progress under the constitution
and institutions we have."
Peary discovered the North
Pole, Amundsen the South Pole,
and the New York Sun that Wil
liam Howard Taft represents
make a vicious attack -on Wjlliam
Jennings Bryan today.
Hearst, having had to eat his
words regarding Wilson, is try
ing to save his face by calling
New York World says Wilson
"will be the first president of the
U. S. in a generation to go into of
fice owing favors to no one except
the American people.1'
William Jennings Bryan is
quite sure that Roosevelt's third
party is ready for burial, and the
pallbearers ready, the pallbearers
in .question being Woodrow Wil
son and Tom Marshall.
A TEARFUL VOLUME '
Her library was, rather small
She read no ' sad, pathetic
Yet when I paid my evening
I noted well her tearful looks.
With natural curiosity
I thought that I should like to
So tried my best to ferret out
-The secret of her hidden woe.
No thrilling stories had she
Nor pictures weird of ghoul
No heroine's distressful stand,
Nor hero's wild hairbreath es
capes. The volume which had caused her
v sighs, - '
And made those lovely lashes
Was one of smoke which filled
Through wrestling with -a