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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 8 October 1908

' m Ceffaa By BMricity f fern* * . ^% . ir ladies! | ~=s&* jSfalM * MtMmtt =mim Mees and Teas -an*. ^ g-.?.?.?? W0U665 9nUU Isflfl J? yIn Mao's and Boy's Clothing in HeaiMi pMok???H. oetonei?ack??eand i>? /T> f*l * l A c^kf ^L Al/ H ___ we can tit anj one from the I ,"T"rT7i~. GJonsoltbaleb f*M T'f /fl I TKIaoembet 19, 1903? ISK """ iotiidoi, Day? Terry C?. ** <?* **-*/* Mum, nq < imj &. * " W. Agvuta niltrlto Bhoen tc Holeproof Hosiery '11*1 I VOLUME 43. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1908. NUMBER 20 ???^ ???????MM????^?? ???????^?? l M A STRONG ARRAIGNMENT. Cbftiic?11?r of Great University Wiows Up President's Inconsistencies. That the Standard Oil Company remains under the venemous hatred of President Roosevelt for reasons best known on the inside, while the greatest trust in America receives his approbation and consent to increase its holdings, was the statement of Chancellor James Rosooe Day of Syracuse ...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 8 October 1908

2 . WASHING TON LETTER. (From our rojuilur correspondent.) A NEW DEPARTMENT NOW. Washington, D. C., Oct. 0, 1908. ?That the government may establish a eNhtional Board of Health with an officer at its head who will l>e virtually a member of the President's cabinet is a prediction that does not seem so unlikely of fulfillment as in the days when the government had not begun its supervision and regulation of every tump under tnc sun. various Republican, Democratic and In(lepintlonce Leagues throughout the country have been advocating for some time such a department and the Tuberculosis Congress m session here has pone on record as in favor of such an 1 innovation. It is well known that the President would lend ids approval to the suggestion, and as it is one which is sure to meet the wishes of the public, there is a strong probability that we may soon have a Secretary of Public Health with a large corps of medical experts under liitii. There is already in Washington a public...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 8 October 1908

fuTSui orPICKRH NALKB W. C. T. V. President.?Mrs. Mlmah Hobbe Day. Vliw-PrBildeaU.-!* . L. M. Leo, Mrs. M. C. Pttrxuson, Mrs. W. B. 1)11 lard, Mrs. K. K Moore, Mrs. B. T. Seiuonee. * tteoordtng Secretary.?Mrs. O. F. Moycr. Corresponding Secretary.?Mrs. W. B. 1)11lard. t Treasurer.?Mrs. J. T. Llndsey. NnpsrlslesdeaU of Departmeat*. (evangelism and Almshouse.?Mrs. C. B. Obeochaln. 5 U-iirltv? Mm K H Mnorn Modal Contests.?Mrs. Lucy Oravely Stolons. ! Flower Mission.?Mrs. B. T. Semones. Work aiuoiiK Soldiers and Sailors?Mrs. O. F. Moyer. \ Social Meetings and Bed Lettor Day.?Miss Maside Wiiltesell. i SuiKlsy School.?Mrs. J. T. Peun. Medical Teniperanco?Mrs. John Shank. Solon title Temperance Instruction?Mrs. Ola ' Turner. (The Timrs Kkcihtkr and Skntikri.. at 'their request, has placed a column at the disposal of the earnest and falthrul women of the W. C. T. Union, who will have the entlro charge of It, and bo re?ponslble for all matj tor therein. It promises to 1m> an Inter...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 8 October 1908

1 . iimea-gUi PUBLISHED KVKUY THtTHl Salem Printings Pui n n nuwin V. AS* vntll?| II I'll W. W. McCLUNU. Subscript One Year, Nine Month*, ..... 8ix Month*, Three Month* PHON In a speech n few days ago Mr. Ilrynn truthfully proclaimed that the Republican party had the audacity to take credit to itself for the growth of crops, the shining of tho sun and the bringing of rain. "In fact." he said, "they seize upon anything that they think gives a plausible excuse for voting the Republican ticket." Isn't that a fact ? It is about here, at least. THE ONLY*DIFFERENCE. A couple of gentlemen were discussing railroad matters of interest to this immediate section n few days ago, when one of them remarked that the Catawba Valley was about as well backed as the Virginian. His friend could not understand how such a comparison could be made until the first speaker reminded him that one was backed by Standard Oil and the other by Pilsener beer. See! THE NEVFTRTST COMING. Col. J. Ilain Lewis, who fol...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 8 October 1908

yppwwwiPi #k''**'* ' Times-Register and Sentinel. PUBLISHED BVBRY THURSDAY. I HOTEL CRAWFORD SALEM, VIRGINIA . Commercial Travelers Sunday Home GEO. ~S.~STEVENS, PROP. RENTS ?ETTING HRiPER If you do uot believe this, consult our list of desirable property in all parts of the town. We are certain to have something to suit you. E. R. MOORE Sergeant's Office, College Aye. U A T VU IT A uaAJBts, 9 A* ;^OONR Jb?3D^S^| PHARMACY; Pure Drugs and ? Chemicals, Toi- S let Articles and PERFUMERY. i II 1 || P?!!cfiptionr;Sr || ( ? MOT AND C4ILB HODA1 . ( ) 9 \ [ A*ency * <1 lit'YI.KH'f CAN 1)1 9 ADMINISTRATOR S NOTICE. All persons who hold claims of any kind whatsoever acainst the oatate of the laae Hoi and J. Ferguson, are hereby notified to oorae forward at once and present the samo for settlement. You will find ue at the Farmer's Supply Company. Koanoke, Virginia. J. II. AND D. I). KKIKHIBON. o-Sl-OMt Admlniatratora. PUBLIC SALE or REAL AND PERSONAL PROPERTY My virtue of a decree e...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 8 October 1908

r LAYS HIS DU ! PLICITY BARE.' We shall never consciously be the champion or apologist for wrongdoing. If Governor Haskell has done as is charged we agree with Mr. Roosevelt that he is not fit for a position of trust w hlch calls for a nice sense of dut.v. He is accused of using tj.s omeini power in aid or a corporation operating In definace or ?*r without the limits of the law. If that is true, lie has committed a wrong anil has Justly forfeited the right to public confidence. tSjH'ciflcally the offence alleged is that the charter of the Standard Oil Company (or the subsidiary concern passing under an other name) gave it no privilege of building a nipe line through the State of Oklahoma. The Company took the initial steps to ounstruct such a line and the Attorney General of the State sued out an in Junction to stop the work. The Governor ordered a withdrawal of tie- suit. So far .all parties to the controversy agree to the facts, but from this p ant the prosecution and defense dive...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 8 October 1908

1 ???? i f* \ " ij FOR GOOD HOUSEWIVES A Few Suggestions Tluit M?y Prove of Value. Some hints that will help in the general Fall renovating are thus given in the New York I'ost: Any article of brass, except 1 Benares ware, can- be cleaned In the following manner: Wash first with ammonia, water and soap, removing all grease and giving a semi-polish. Rub! well with any good silver polish, wet with vinegar, and any suggestion of tarnish will vanish. Wash gas or electric' light shades in warm water, adding a few drops of ammomia. Don't neglect the burners. Remove the dust from them with a piece of fine wire. You will be amazed at the increase of illumination. The most convenient and effective method of keeping the refrigerator in good condition is occasionally to burn in It a small ( disinfecting candle, airing thor1 oughly afterward. Japanese or Chinese matting may bo materially improved by going over it with a cloth dipped in strong salt water. Use a mixture of whiting and ammonia ins...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 8 October 1908

r 8 HONOR TO WHOM! HONOR IS DUE. j v> Rev. George W. MeClnnnhan, o formerly ?f Sa'.em, but now re- 1 skiing i" Pennsylvania, in a let- e ter to the editor a few days a no ? said: "1 enelose a clipping from t the Philadelphia Redder which a may interest you. It goes to t show to what desperate lengths c the Republicans are resorting to C to gain their point. t "It is not so much a question of |i tariff, free silver, trusts or any- t thing else to my mind as one of 11 Is'iiesty and truth, and .ludge t Taft has exceeded the limit in r making that statement." ? The following is the clipping referred to, and the Ledger's t comment thereon: s To the Kditor of Public Ledger : ^ I take the following from the Public Ledger of the 123d lust: Judge Taft s|?oke in part as fol- f lows: j 'You began your aequaintanee . with Mr. llryan In IH'.KJ. He was ( then a member of the House of Representatives and of the Ways } and Means Committee of that > body. As such he was very ae...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 15 October 1908

r r v m c?n? m mm\nr. i ... HI ^2 WLe?Fro"t Com6? ^ffdM ||| Tpu -H??- J??T.WIRB? . If Comr aail mar tbr mrrrlril nrrorlmrn I - ,?^.^r.i..?A^risci?urb' (Sonsolibateb ^5^ ^'%11'T 1%" & 1 l&lovembev 10, J903 ? "'" Johnston, Day& Terry Co. ^ ^^ " "MkA' w*, Day & Terry to. II u Agents OUtrlio Shoe* & Holeproof Hosiery VOLUME 43. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1908. NUMBER 21 ______ ________ ?; j? -_ ___________ WHITE HOUSE IS KING'S PAIACE. i _____________ Speaker Seen Reproduction of EtII Conditions of Fifty Years Ago. Henry Wetter hoii was the principal speaker at a Democratic rally In Louisville, Ky.. a a lew nights ago. As this was iMr. Wattorson's first political speech since 18HLJ, and will probably be his only platform utterance during the present campaign, much Interest was mnnl k II'KIWI. Ho said in part: 'i truly rejoice that 1 have lived to look upon a reunited Democracy. 1 was born in a Democratic camp during...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 15 October 1908

2 THEY ARE 1 IN A RAGE.. llryan Will Carry New York Hy j One Hundred Thousand and Sweep the West. Next to n woman scorned, Hell i hath no fury like a party balk- . ed of ita prey. The Republican!* ] take the cue from their Chief. They too are in a rage. Which ? ut iui\> luru uvtvav Murvo them in the eye. The Democrats i will carry New York by a bun- i dred thousand majority. There in little less than Republican chances in Ohio. In Indiana the < Klephant is hopelessly down of 1 Asiatic Cholera. Already Democracy, beginning with Illinois, sweeps the West like a prairie fire. How could it do otherwise in the face of what the President is doing ? Poor Taft! Poor Taftl "Injins in the upper road, \nd death upon the lower." ?Louisville Courier-Journal. Cause nl* the Farmer's Pros perity. The unprecedented prosperity of the farmer is due to a number of causes. The gradual diversification of American industries; the rapid increase in population; improved facilities for ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 15 October 1908

' W. C. IT U. COLUMN ?rriCKMS4LF.N W.C.T. V. " President.?Mrs. Mlmah Hobb* Day. vloe-PrenWenta-Mn. L. M. Lee. Mra. M. C. Ferguson. Mrs. W. n. Oil lard. Mrs. R. K * Moore. Mrs. U. T. Semones. Recording Secretary.?Mrs. O. F. Moyer. Corresponding Secretary.?Mrs. W. B. DMlard. Treaaurer.?Mra. J. T. Llndsey. Hsprrlulfa4?sM of Department a. (evangelism and Almshouse.?Mrs. C. B. Obencbaln. Purity? Mrs. B. K. Moore. Medal Contests.?Mrs. Lucy Gravely Stevens. Flower Mission.?Mrs. B. T. Semoocs. Work among Soldiers and Sailors?Mrs. U. F. Moyer. Social Meetings and Ked Letter Day.?Miss Maggie wCltesell. "Sunday School.?Mrs. J. T. Penn. Medical Temperance -Mrs. John Shank. 'Scientific Temperance Instruction?Mrs. Ola Turner. (TNI TlMaS-RaolSTkR and Sbntikku at their request, has placed a column at the dtspoaal of the esrnost and faltbrul women of the W. C. T. Union, who will have the entire ehargo of It, and be re-iponslble for all mattAr iDArpitl It npnmtona tn Ka an riatnre of the paper. and w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 15 October 1908

ri JMern &iute?-JUf rUULlSHBI) BVKKY THUUSI Salem Printings Pub c. D. DEN IT. Kditoi W. W. McCLUNU. U Subscripts One Year, Nine Month* a:. Oi A UIUUUIP, . ? I Three Month*, PHONE At any rate. It will noon bo over, ami nil thin wild guessing about the election results will enable us all to see how much we really knew about it. The President claims that the man he name) as his successor will have dOO votes in the electoral college. Has "my Dear llarriman" bought 'em again, or can he do so ? We shall soon know. It would not be at all surpris ing to hoar the average Republican speaker and organ saying that It will get cold and be a hard winter If Bryan in elected. That's one thing they seem to have overlooked thus far. And Mr. Carnegie, the steel king, has added to the Republican campaign dough bag the neat little sum of $20,000. Well, Uncle Andy can well afford to do. for he and Republican practices have long been partners, and he has now got the money; while the voters pro...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 15 October 1908

1 \ Times-Register and Sentinel. PU1ILISH BD EVEKY THURSDAY. (HOTEL CRAWFORD SALEM, VIRGINIA Commercial Travelers Snnduy Home GEO S STEVENS, PROP. RENTS CBTTIKC CHEAPER If you do not believe .this, consult our list of desirable property in all parts of the town. We are certain to have something to suit you. I E. R. MOORE Sergeant's Office, College Aye. SALEM. VA. j^OONR A pPHARMACY| j I Pure Drugs and . i ! Chemicals, Toi- : ! I let Articles and 3 | PERFUMERY. | i i pttftcriptionrsr 11 I ! HOT AND COI.n NO DAN I I Agency | | I \ ' llt'YI.KK'S CAN 1)1 KB i) WW-V W ^ ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. All persons who hold claims of any kind whatsoever^ agalnet the estate of the late iiuinuu j. rrrcuBuo. ore nuncoy noimen to conic forward at once and present the same for settlement. You will ilnd us at the Farmer's Supply Company.Uoanoke. Virginia. J. 11. AND t). I). FBUGU80N, -24-0&-4I Administrators. PUBLIC SALE REAL AN1> PERSONAL PROPERTY By virtue of a decree entered by...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 15 October 1908

I r> FAMILY OF 15 FOR BRYAN. Hut Ho Loses H4 Ortwidchildreii Who L'uu't Vote. Bobbins. Del., Oct. 112 ?Out of the Bee be family here William .!. llrynn will poll 1!? of its 41) votes. From the patriarch head, John S. 1 lee be, who is 81. down to the youngest babe, there is almost weeping that the other .14 members cannot support the Ncbraskan. lleebe has six sons and eight grandsons, all of whom will vote for Bryan, and if his 412 grandchildren were all men he is sure tbey would all vote for the great Commoner, for whom Mr. Reebo has the greatest admiration. BUGABOO THAT WON T SCARE. *S'li? t?>*rnis in Kisses Will Continue to Spread. Science presumes too far when it thinks it may stop a kiss by threatening the performers with a tuberculosis germ. The germ is somewhat a despot, but he and Ii'im nhvuii'lAnu i-nn in* ttmra tin. lips."?Kansas City Star. The Alternative. Police Judge -- You say the prisoner went into your store I and beat you up ? Why ? w Mr. Cohen?...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 15 October 1908

|5f4 E?' *. ^fiifv ; ' * ' WOES OF THE CANDIDATE. tumontationH of One Wlio Has Watched the Polttical Oame. Consider now the candidate Him nearKen unto ms lamcntution. He arlseth In the morning nnd beholdeth in the paper a roorback wliich he starteth out, breakfastless, to squelch; and ere the setting of the sun lie liath run into four more, all even worse than the first, and harder to disprove. He saith in his haste all men are liars, and on second thought he repeateth it with a qualifying adjective. He learneth from a persual of the partisan papers that he stole a sheep, even an ewe lamb, in his boyhood, and a horse in his prime, while the rumor that he hath exacted tribute from the corporations when he was in public pay hath yet to be nailed. He crveth out with n Inuil voice in tlio market places, saying: "Behold me; I am notseeking this office, 1 am afraid that If I keep still the office mnv rollnr .some incompetent by mistake, awl J am a patriot. I have been urged by my friends ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 15 October 1908

fTr : 8 WORK ON VIRGINIAN. *&oad Will Not be Completed by ilie Kud of the Year. Norfolk Virginian-Pilot: According to u report brought here last, night by an employe of the Virginian Hail way from "up the road," that road will not be completed from end to end by the first of the year, as at first expected. The work, however, he said, was progressing nicely, all of the material being used between ht-rc and Deepwater, Va., being firstrlass. The laving of bridges, he said, delayed the work. Asked if any pay days had been n>i6sed as the result of a report some time back that Henry 11. Rogers was forced to borrow money to complete the road, he said that not one pay day had been missed, and that there appeared to be plenty of money to build the road. Mr. Hogets of Standa! d Oil fame is known to be largely interested in the Virginian.and it is said that John I). Rockefeller also has an interest in it. The largest business that the road will do at thf -start, it is sa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 22 October 1908

Coffae By Electricity ^ f ^ ^# *??*?*?SSSHats I o^alntt 88 -ig .. JM M I I hi Mnuiifnetiirerfe* I'oil. I Coffees and Teas ^ x f I ^rsaBaw^sscs^l <So?*oftbateb g^'%%'pfft ^Hor,emb? ie, im * CLO i ?I"COATS I Jotasta, Day& TffiCo. \M% Day & Terry Cfl. I PHOSI 94 V/" Agents lilltrlte Shoes A Holeproof Hosiery I VOLUME 43. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1908. NUMBER 22 | ARE THEY SCARED? ' YES, SIR-EE! < Uonferenoe Summoned to Devise Means to Save Middle West?Bite Fund Only Hope J , Washington, D. C., Oct. 11). ?? ? Five leading Republicans met f Sunday at the White House, and i for several hours struggled in f the slough of despond to find a Iway out of the desperate sltun- i tion In which the Republicans find themselves in Ohio and In- t diana The President was, of ? course, the ruling spirit of the t occasion, and with him were Candidate Taft, hoarse and <1 weary from his stumping tour c through the West and South; n Sec...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 22 October 1908

2 A SOLEMN WARNING. The prophetic Kuit in Servltiuin?"it is running into slavery" ?heard in the Itomnn Senate when measures were adopted that laid the foundation of the later decay and final fall of the mightiest republic of olden times, seems echoed in the solemn warning of I'rofessoi' Wilson, of Princeton, in his address before the American Bankers' Association. lie says: "We have had no experience in our day or in the days of which our fathers have told us or the tyranny, of governments, of their minute control and arrogant interference, and arbitrary regulation of our business and of our daily life, though it may be that we shall know something of it in the near future." We have to confront the tyranny of capital as represented by the great corporations, and esneelnllv hv tho nlnutut <> 11_iw,??-_ erful trust. We have to confront the tyranny of labor, as represente<l by the labor unions anil their dictators?the labor bosses ; but even more danger...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 22 October 1908

ill r t ii rnniMM IT. L. I. u. UULUITM ornrKKN n ai.icm w. c.T. v. f resident.? Mrs. Mlmah Hobbs Day. Vfce-Presidents-?Mrs. L. M. Lee, Mrs. M. C Ferguson, Mrs. W. B. Dlllard, Mrs. K. K , Moors. Mrs. li. T. Semone*. Recording Secretary.?Mrs. O. F. Moyor. Corresponding Secretary.?Mrs. W. B. Dll lard. Treasurer.?Mrs. J. T. Llndscy. Humeri teaSeats or Uspsrlmrnta. Evangelism and Almshouse.?Mrs. C. K Obeuchaln. Purity? Mrs. E. R. Moore. Medal Contests.?Mrs. Lucy Oravoly Stevens Flower Mission.?Mrs. B. T. Semoues. Work among Soldiers and Sailors?Mrs. G. V Moyor. Social Meetings and Red Letter Day.?Mist Maggie Wliltescll. Sunday School.?Mrs. J. T. Penn. Medical Temperance Mrs. John Shank. Scientific Temperance Instruction?Mrs. Ola Turn nr. [Tub Timsh-Rkuistkr and Hbntinki.. at their requost, has placed a column at the disposal or tbo earnest and faithful women of the W. C. T. Union, who will have the entire charge of It, and be responsible for all matterdi leroly. It promises to be an Inte...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 22 October 1908

I ?alcm iiimcs-IUgi published eveky thuk8d/ Salem Printings Publ c. d. dknit, kditok. w. w. mccluno. bci Subscriptio ouh wnr, n)?w month" Six Month?, ...... fl. ...... Mn..>l,o PHONE Remember the address of Hon. Carter Glass at the Town llall c to-inorrow night. and be sure to lienr it. It is nearly all over, so get ready for the shouting. Hut who's going to do it. 'in the chief question. The Grand Camp of Confederate Veterans of Virginia, in session at Charlottesville, yesterday afternoon chose as Commander our friend ami neighbor. Col. S. S. llrooke, of Roanoke. The honor is worthily bestowed, and, we ai*e sure, will be as worthily borne. \Vusiungtou advices tell us that the President and Mr. Taft stop |n-u iiivir |iuiuii;ai ruint i i-ntc long enough lost Sunday for the President to aeeompany Mr. Taft to a Unitnrinn church, "just to show that the Taft religion was good enough for Mr. Roosevelt." Now. don't that jar you ? After the sermon they went back to the White Hous...

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