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State Progressives held .big
rally in Columbia theater at noon.
-Chas. E. Marriam in chair.
State Senator Funk, candidate
for governor, principal speaker.
Said he thanked God he was no
politician, after what he had
found out about politicians.
Funk also said:. ."I am going
to be the next governor of Illi
nois. The people are sick of the
Deneens and the Dunnes.. It ha$
taken a long time, but the people
areawake at last"
Taft's former secretary, Hilles,
says that the mdfto of the. Pro
gressive party is "anything to get
a job for the great army of un
Roosevelt spoke at Spokane to
audience made np K solely df
Told 'em he hadn't come' for
suffrage because women of
wealth were for it, but because
women like Jane Addams were
He said, too, thatheHhadfotindJ
that in every state where women
had the ballot, they were on the
side of pure politics.
,' At the Masonic Temple, .Roose
velt intimated he thought Wilson
-was a schoolmaster lacking in ex
perience. Albert J. Beveridge today be
gan his campaign for governor of
Indiana. e Nominated on Bull
Voting was slow in Maine dur
ing the" early hours, but picked tip
later in the day. Taft got hour
ly bulletins at the home of his
orother at Uidaeiora root. - j
Gov. Wilson has been 'induced
to change his mind and will
stump the middle west Cam
papfgn will begin at Sioux City,5
la., Sept. 17.
Wilson in New" York, with
tariff exhibit. Said price of meat3
had increased 20 .to 30 per cent
in this country in last 10 years,
while it remained stationary in
England, although both markets
are controlled by same people.
Doesn t that prove the beef trust
has its fingers in your stomach?" l
Taft motored from Biddefordj
Pool, Me., to Beverly today.
Communications from state andT
war departments regarding Mex-,
ican situation waiting for him,
State election in Arkansas to-j
day. Democrats will win, as
usual. No Bull Moose ticket. '
Iowa, Minnesota, St Dakota and
Nebraska to join in giant demon
stration for Woodrow Wilson at
Sioux Falls, Sept. 17.
Women of Michigan preparing
for state-wide campaign for suf-i
James Smith, Jr., former Dem
ocratic boss of New Jersey, is
running for U. S. senate again. 1
Smith must have forgotten7
what -happened to him last time3
he tried to buck Woodrow WiI-
Smith was senator from New5
Jersey in Cleveland's administra-1
tion. He was pretty rotten. To
rpflppm his organization in tnel
eyes of people, he got Wilson to
run for governor.
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