liilly .Unisón saya he is oul of politics but tint (loii'i prevent liini from talklng aboul the situation Jus) the same as ever. K-eceutly Editor Ceok, of the Hast Ing8 Banner, carne out wlth a severe castigación of Uov. Hliss and iredietlon thai be would have sume trouble ,-n the nexl conventkm. ■■The way 11 looks tO me now." said Mysterious Bill todhy, "Governor Bllss will be renoininated by acclamatlon. Wliy. lilis íii.i n Cook OÍ HmsI iiif-'s and Col. Marsh, of HiMsdale lon't cul any inore Bgnre In conventlone than- , wcll. iban Moran. Ckjok and .Marsh are .iust sore. Xhe trooble with them is Uiat there te not enough swiii to go aroand and they are gettlng mdghty hungry. They will not be delégales to the ucxt state conventloTi from tln-ir countles or they won't be delégate to the COUUty convcntlon l'roiu their wards. I don't know anything aboiit it myscir. but thafs what the boya tell me. And tliis man ('ook is a member of Hie state central committee, bní be won't be after the next Btate conveutlou. Yon can bank on thai. Hliss is golng to Ih renoininated easily. That'8 the way we do tbdngs in Michigan. Why, it' the Lord bimeelf should be governor f MlcAlgan, there would be some fellows thai wonid ii mi fault wirh his adininisti-atioii." An.i Bill dldn't even glve hisnning wink.