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McAlester, Okla. Col. Roose
velt refused to discuss the Sibley
letters partly published in
Hearst's magazine,, in which his
name is connected" with John D.
Archbold. Said he wanted to see
letters in full before replying.
Trenton, N. J. -Former U. S.
Sfenator Smith, Jr., badly beaten
by Wm. Hughes in primaries for
Democratic nomination for U. S.
A Smith used to 1ae Dernocratic
boss of New Jersey, until Gov.
Wilson trimmed him. Smith
promised Wilson not to run for
senate again, and then got Wil
son nomination, for governor.
When Wilson was elected, Smith
broke his promise, .and Wilson
took stump against him.
Saratoga, N, Y. Republican
state convention up in air. No
platform plank decided on; no
candidate for governor in lead.
Wm. Sanies, Jr.; will probably
boss the whole show as usual.
Altoona, Pa. Taft attended
50th anniversary of meeting of
Loyal Governors in civil war
Little Rock, Ark. Col. Roose
velt battered away at Wilson and
the bosses in speech to visitors to
deep waterway convention.
New York. Gov. Wilson kept
himself hidden in obsciife hotel
until 11 o'clock, when he left for
home. Said he'd break anyone's
back who disturbed him.
Milwaukee. Wisconsin Bull
Moose j)arty endorsed Gov. Mc
Govern, Republican candidate for
re-election,, after Henry Cochems
and Medill McCormick had ses.s
sion with McGovern. Believed
McGovern promised encourage
ment to third party. a
New York. Taft gave oinf
statement. Says he is sure hg
will be re-elected, and that if he is!
he will-see that tariff is revised!
. Unless our memory is on the
blink, this is what Taft promise
in 1908 before his election, and
what, until today, he has carefullyj
forgotten since. ,9
R. R. McCormick, chairman of
committee of 100, has refused in
vitation to be member of HamilB
ton club reception committee
which will open Taft campaign
Frank Funk, Bull Moose candirf
date for governor, says. Deneen's,
campaign fund is $300,500. PutSj
advertising and circular expenses
at $200,000. q
If Funk is right, and all tha
money is being spent to get De
neen elected, how d'you figure the
contributors expect to get ift
HARD -LUCK 0
Little Ruth was the youngest
daughter in a very strict Presby-
terian family that especially ab
One day little Ruth became ex
ceedingly exasperated with one
of her dollies. In her baby vocab
ufory she' could find no words tqr
express adequately her disap
proval of dolly's conduct.
Finally, throwing the offending
dolly across the room, she cried
feelingly: ' u
"My gracious! I wish I be-j
longed to a family; that swearedjj