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N. D. COCHRAN DEALS ALLEGE LARGE GRAFT WITH THE RECORD OF IN THE CITY STREET, SAMMY MEISENBERG OIL DEAL Entered as Second-Glass Matter April 21, 1914, at the Postofflce at Chicago, HL, Under the Act of March 3, 1879. THE DAY BOOK An Adless Daily Newspaper, Daily Except Sunday. N. D. Cochran, gaggs Tel. Monroe 35&. Editor and Publisher. Salanfr By Mail, Except in 500 South Peoria St. 398 Chicago, $3 a Year. VOL. 3, NO. 201 Chicago, Saturday, May 23, 1914 ONE CENT ROOSEVELT WILL BE PROGRESSIVE CANDIDATE FOR PRESIDENT, IN 1916 Will Not Lend Himself To Union of Bull Moose and G. O. P. Gilson Gardner, Day Book Washington Correspondent,. Has Personal Conference With Teddy at Oyster Bay. , (Gilson Gardner, Washington correspondent of The Day Book, is a-close personal friend of Theodore Roosevelt -nobody closer. Gardner has just had a personal interview with the Big Bull Moose. The following story, which is the result, is, we feel, more authoritative than. all the alleged inter views and s'emi-Interviews which bave been broadcasted during the past week or two. Editor.). , BY GILSON GARDNER ' Oyster Bay, N.. Y.,May 23. To rally and upbuild the Progressive party that is-the first political jqb to which Roosevelt will 'set himself when he gets back, from Kermlt's wedding in Spain.