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THIS PAPZH REPRESENTED FOR f C REIGN
ADVERTISING 0Y THE
YORK AND CNICAC
BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIFS
THIRSDAY. NOVFMHFR 7. I!'I2
1- everybody happy today?
When ex-State Superintendent .1.
I.. McHrlcn, leader of (lit- bull moose
party hi Nebraska, spoke at the
third term rally in Mliainc during
the recent political campaign, be
prophesied a might) ant i Wilson ti
dal wave at election that Would
avv.-ep Colonel Roosevelt Into the
presidency again. "Walt. suit! he,
in the height h of his enthusiasm,
addressing the dcmoM-ais pre t,
'until you heur from the Champ
Chirk voters In Missouri, anil other
places. " We walled and vv e heard.
In Missouri thev aW Woodrow Wii
son a naJonHy of 100,000. and in
other places well, yen know what
May Pass 300 Mark
in Electoral College.
ILLINOIS TO ROOSEVELT.
Wilson Carries New York Stale
by Large Margin,
SUIZER LEADS FOR GOVERNOR
Sweeping Victory Carries With it
Gains in I wer House.
CROWD FILLS CRYSTAL
Many Alliance People See Good
Shew and Hear Election Returns
Flection returns began coming In
over The Herald phone on the Crys
lal stage at five o'clock Tuesday at'
ti moon and from that lime until
midnight and after, bulletin .r.
nveivt (1 every t a or fifteen inin
Mte. Two long distance telephones had
been iinstalled en the slime h court
esy of the Nebraska Telephi lie com
pi'iiy, to whom apet isl thanks sliould
b. given for their prompt and care
ful service, as well as t lie assistance
re ndered by them in making this a
Uecouee of the long ballot used
this election, local return were very
alow, many of the country precincts
at finishing their count until mld
nltrhit or after In AUaWaM tin first
ward count was no; finished until
after seven o'clock Wednesday moru
tng, so of course it was impossible
to give the complete local returns
from the stage before closing, nMho
tile count an far as it had gone was
-. u frequently.
The nwmtigeinenc of the Crystal
ouUtld any previous effori to enter
ta n. Seven long reels Of film. MV
peclally selected for ii- evening.
fu rait bed cntertukiiiiie tit tha eon
starvtly remained new, and no picture
The vaudeville ml given by Rl.nl
and Attain was very well liked, lli.al
in his coon inipcrsona.:'cn. doing e
peelally well. This troupe will al
ways receive the glad hand when
they come to Alliance.
At midnight It was certain that
Wilson WM to he tlie iu-m president
Ro-.-sevelt had nlreadv wind him eon
ui ulatit lis. so the tlre-racki is were
handed ou' to the small boys and the
guns were turned loose, while the
r I fire bla.eil out for a lew nun
Mte, to let th Whole town know
that Wlls n was to be the neV pre I
ideut of the na'.ion.
The Crystal is becoming a popular
AHian-e play hom and Its nightly
(UMii'- ; is emsiant'v growing.
Chang s of vauJcville twice a week,
togctl r with 1 t high grade of pi
tures f umUhcd i Ive the e'ltenaiu
ment f.r whl.h -he people are look
iing. Those wlu have not attended
recently should make it a pom t(
see the next performance. Tha open
ing of the house Sunday evenings,
while something new in Allian.--.
draws a goesi crowd who would othe
wise stay al home Only curefull
selected picture are shown 8unda
evenings and no vaudeville is giv I
"new picture show
K. J. Cheney, of TonUigun, W
onang. manager of :h - Coned. elated
Filui K iiange an t arranging for a
film service to be iurni.-l.ed him for
a new moving picture show sjon
to be started at Torriag'toii, which
w m middle- srowlns North Platte
vallty town n the iruernto liue
of the Hurl button.
New fork. Nov. 0. With the elec
tion of Wood ow Wils. n to the presl
d in y aitd 1 honias It. Marshall to the
lcc pr 'siih'ii v , i ssiii i d hy the earlier
returns, the report! this morning gave
tndtcattoha thai the electoral vote o
the DetttOOrutle candidates would pas?
the :i w HMrk.
The sii of "e pi. pular tnajorlty
gften the r.cin icralic national 1 1 cite
or the state ottteldn of Illinois Uuu
aught give electoral votes to either
ntuin New York state aasemb'v
MM J to bo o ! hoimlntlv Dttarra
iatic In llllno't. Indhatlona wer
thai Judge Dunne, the Democratic
andldate f,r fo:rtor. had won not
withstanding the heavy Roosevelt vie
tory. rirm-'t Speaker Cannon seemed
to h iv" bet n defeated for re-ebctit.n
to congfcss In Illinois.
In aildition to Roosevelt's cert; !n
vUKm v In Illb'fiiM. the lonfliient rlaltni
of th" Rooievelt tnanas.Ts that Ml N
l.an and Kansas would fall into th
Rooowati Qorttttir n omel vrif -d h
the partially comri'rte returns flfs
trn- f! i-;
Ttl r I rns from Calif nrnln wr-
IBfaftr, lit I' ft thl- stat' In . bt
hot wren Wllwti nnrt Romevelt Tha
rittrertfltptv tttputtnt Vermont wea
aPttj.H Hi nprmnneenient 0i t'i"
rotno'.Cte rota which m, d Mr. Taft a
majority of M4 vot?8.
Tfe Provfd' nee (B T.) Journal
rede' thai stntc to WlltdtJ wit'- rr
'iotf ftA.9 In New Ham"pabirc
iwetned pfobaWe thai N-w Kn" nd
entii ', with the :;-e;ni n of Vermott.
over to the Demorr&th rol
Now Votki Nov. ,.--Wr.o.how Wil
son tvaa the 6h0l a Of the state of N .'W
Yoil, -or pfealdcnt by a plurality ej
t.niat'd at KbotH lOf,t)"M trotu, i t irn
received from nearly ever Mecttotl
dletrlci in the artnior city oi N
Vorfc and from all bttt Bob 01 th.' :;. pa
rjl ' lit outafrfa oi New York city.
President Taft led Colonel Room v
In tbtj aetne tllatrteti -.y about IS,
Concr KBtan Wl'llam Sulzer w
alacted Kovatnor arlth n plurality eatl
mail d at about it-'. io over job n
H dgea. Cie Reptihlican nntiiim e, who
fn turn, lid Clear Btraua, candidate oi
tha Prngreaatte party, by about I6,00i
The citv nf Haffald rfvea; Taft, i.;.
CS: Wilson, 2 1. CIS; RooseWI. 11
Coni!ee tH'tmns for go vet nor it
citv Rochester: ktulaor tOam.), 14,
8S7: II -!a n lRep.. 11.329; Btraul
At-iortein r'- Vwlaltm
Taft or Roo evelt. weie matters ol'
viijccture. It was certain, however
that Illinois w mid gic an overwhelm
iug majority lo Roosevelt, while th
i. u-e in Pennsylvania was so cioaa a
to bring all three candidates w nhii
mage of BUCI ess
Karly returns gave Cnvernor Wilson
and (lovernor Marshall the "solh'
south" and the states of Connecticut
iNdawar Kei.tueky, Maine, Marylanu
MaaaaotlMaaTta. New York. West Vir
glnia, Indiana and Missouri. As re
turns from th.e west hegan to come Ir
'uese early estimate were lonflrtned
and Montana. New Jersey and New
Mexiio wer.- iddeil to tlMMM that seem
d cartala for the Democratic candl
i&tes, vhlle scattering returns fron
San rivnelsco and l.os Angeles mad
it prohahle that California might jois
he Wilson Marshall column.
Rhodt Island also bacaaaa a doubtfu'
state on th" returns this morning
Chit iio, Nov. 8. Colonel Roosevelt
and Judge Dajnjia, aocording to late r?
turns, apparently huo curried th
st. t" for jit sident and governor re
AacordlAf to leurea at hand it wa-
the co!o:nd s trolly; race In Cool, c uin
ly thai carrier him Ihrongh. There, ir
I, OS! out or 1,49k precincts, he lee
Governor W'lsnn hy Iti.i'i'.l. bate re
i.tii n- from down state show that in ;::
out if 2.TSS pceclacta outside of Coo!
COOttty, Wiison wa lourteen vote, ir
tha lead Preside nt Taft ran third
both In Cook conbty and down tlr
stati-. fiifl ii' Dunne will ariliarenriv
go ielo Office with large pa trail t)
One thousand two hundred and alffrty
ana preetneta out of 4.281; In tha stat
gave Donne (Dam I 1 12.73 1: yvml
tProg ), S9.:,"". Denaen (Rep.), sT.nm
Only meag'-r returns have heen re
ceived on candidates lor other stati1
eflices, but the Denioeratic candidate
for the ninor stat" ofrlcos are leadtltj
by a OOmfortabla margin.
Chicago. Nov !. The first pr?cinci
latum 4 ( utside of Cook county wa
the Keren d ronaetnat of the Third ward
citv of Rockford, Winnehago county
which anve Taft, It; Wilson. 35;
Returns from 222 precincts out of 2,
Ts.s in Illinois', outside of Cook county
giw - Taft. I.! :;7S; Wilson. 17.780;
Roosevelt, 2',;t- The same precinct!
in lifts! gave: Taft, 39 384; Rryan 20.
Ra Porta from thirteen counties out
side of C o: indicated Dunne hac
carried Dine, I', ink three ami Deneei
one Donne continued to lead in Coot
county, "i precincts giving him .".I.
pv ii a. 28.900: Funk. 2(i.9.r.t.
romp' f" returns from thirteen pre
elmts tha citv of Chicago gave
Pooseve't rr,9: Wilson. 89-t; Taft. 434,
Returns From Southern Coun
ties Oesiroy Roosevelt's IM
WILSON HAS SAFE PLURALITY.
MA RSHA1 J.
tnd haseii on D.e later vetea reported
II i toed not wholly imuro'iu'ile that
Us tlv let (oral votes would go tt
i'lie v-.t" I" I tah save ind'catiom
:U;.t siate might he curried loi
Taft The wite in peimsy i anla wat
amazinsly close, the returns fron
it ;. to -ind proelaeta, aaahtaalw
over 18VHUI votes, giving each of th
thie? !ei'ilu preid.ntlal candidate!
ruore than t.o .mm votes Preside in
Taffa lad In Philadelphia district!
was off. ci by the heavy vote polllei;
bv RK,e. 't .uhI W iUen in other parti
of th stale
Many surpria. ere shown lo h
Nov, il. Massachusetts
a" Republican state, gave
substantial maturities to (ioverno
Woodrov wiison of New Jeraay an
Qovarnor Rusaaa K. Hiss. inmocratli
ca'ndidatea, raspeetlvrt, for iireslden
rnd governor It was the first tint
hat Massachusetts ever lavored oth
o than a Republican for presldcm
P:es:ceut Ta't and Colonel Roosevelt
Republican and Progressive cancti
Catt s. respe t'vedy, ran about even.
Slisht g:i;ns were made hy the Item
oerats in ih- sixteen romi iiaalnna
Alatrlctti. but the legislature appearec
on the face of early returns tf- be prac
ticailv UDChanrad This would Ind1
cate th" election cif a Republican Cnir
d Stat -'- senator to succeed Semitic,
w Muriw Cran.
Roatoa iletums from 40." out of 1.
102 voting pnein-ts in Massaehtwaatta
InclndlOJ 111 ut of 221 precinct Ir
Boston. givs Rotaa ( 3 857 Taft H,
:;87 and Wilson "S '72 Returns fo:
govcrno- from 4iil :r of 1,101 votltu
j;: eciiie 's. Incd'iding 111 out of 210 Dos
ten ere imts. aive: Uird iProgi. 41
492: Teas iDem.l. "S.S'-J: Walke,
(Rcp l. IS 9 '.9
Roosevelt Carries Home Town.
Oyst Rav. N. Y., Nov 8 -Colone
RooaavOU enyi'Mnl Oyster nay. hh
h .n- town, bv a plurality of )aj ove,
Wooilr w Wl'son the rote srandlna
Ranararalt, It; Wilson. 2is Taft. t;7
The colonel's own election distric
voted: Roosevelt. 231: Wilson, 8fl:
Reno. Nov ti - Karly incomplete re
turns from scattering prectm t
thnMivh.uit the state give Wilson
substantial lead over Taft and Roose
, -Ir The congressional and senaioria
OOnUala are ?o close that no predic
tion could be made of the outcome.
Republican Stnte Ticket cn Early Re
poi ts Appear j to 3c hlecteo by Gen
erally Good Sized Pluralities Long
Ballot uclays Cotnt.
Las Moines, Nov. i. Flfttrel from
BWmi jic toai ill 01 tac i-i.'ciucts in
thy slate pdl iOodiow Wnsou ahead
01 Cotoooi kooaaratt by a pltatallty 01
4,;oo ttf tj." , ii tlie pi i seai ratio con-
Larll ,r rolurna had give a Roosevelt
i luhatnntlal iad oi nearly 16,600, es-
CeiOUttad. lis0 tigUle-'S WCT'J OUSc U OU
K' pOrta from the noiUieru part dl the
btate, which i'Ud heen ccnceded to he
lie.; Koisevcii dtrongliold. Reports
troni tha aonthefn counti. a, bhwevar,
.ualcrially changed the situation.
Ratnrna lio;n 559 picciiicis outsid.?
oi Polk county, Des Molncs. give:
Tftlt, 51,24(1; Wilson, 4 Via; Roosevelt,
17. 561. Santa precinct in 1108 gave:
Toft, 31.2 vi; Bryan,
Des 1oinc!'. Nov. ij. With conslde r
uhly le naa than one fourth of the total
precincts In the state heard from,
(Uioaevelt appaarad to he landing wii
eon by iron: 24,004 to 28,000, Later re
teurna bad i tendenay to cut, this Sgure,
but if the present ratio is Kept up the
anal 'l ihj have a plurality of mot"
than 20 00.
I .ate fi jorts Indirata that George
W. ClatUe (it.'p.) had debated Ihh
I3emcicr.it ic o: i.on im K. C. r.unn. but
deflntta raturna afare unavailable. R
ports on congressmen were so scat
tered 8 to !ic:an lhiic or in. thing
Congreaaman l s. Pe pper (Dan.) o,'
Lh S"i"iid district, was the only onf
whos" "l.c tion was certain.
Dor, Moin m Nov. c,. The two firs
precincts in Iowa to report, located in
Dea Molin-s. give: Tnft. 90; Wilaoa,
III; Roosevelt DiO.
Scattered estimates from sTx coun
ties in Iowa indicated thai Roosevelt
line! a slight iad.
site. n precincts in Des Motnei
give-: Taft, 1031; Wilson. 1.5S1; Ro ise
Fifte' c. preclaota in Des Itotnaa
give for governor- Clar'e (Rep.), 7.
7u2: ir-inn (Dent.), 1,046; Stevens
Philadelphia, Nov ti. Wilson and
R'joaavelt a-e running neck and neck
:n Pennsylvania, in 1,041 out of 5,377
election districts in the state outside
ol Philadelphia, Taft had .8.r4.-1 votes
WMlaon, 82,0U, and Roosevelt. 61.646
In PhRadelphla, arlth less than half ot
the return;. In. Taft leads Wilson hy
14,000 votes and Roosevelt by 11.000.
Philadelphia Returns from election
district-? in wards in Philadelphia
Uauatly carrie d hy Republican organi
atlon landara siiow that Taft i lead
Ing by about two to line over the com
bined vote Of Wilson and Rexisevelt.
In tlie state- outside of Philadelphia the
lirst returns showed Wilson leadlnj;
One- anadred and fourteen election
districls out of 6.608 In Pennsylvania
ive Taft t:.9S7. Wilson 5.196 and
Denver, Nov. Returns re-ceived
from ttt j: rinds in thirty counties,
inciinlitig 174 la Denver. Indicate that
Wilson has carried the state by a sub
Btantinl plurality. These reports or.
straight ballots give Wilson 22,801
Talt 11,308 and Roosevelt 15,355
Figtrr -d on an estimated total vot
of !T0,COQ in the state, Colorado should
give Wilson a plurality of about 40,000
Willi:' the indicated WUljOB leC
probahl) will carry through practically
ti.e- en'ire Democratic state ticket, the
Republican and Progressive leaders
have not conceded the election of a
Democr-etic legislature, which wll
elect two 1 'nit -d Stt.'K-.s senators Par
tial re-turns from the city of Denver
'ad tea to that rh stute-wlde prohi
oition ani -n Ituent had lee n defeated
naUli.H re Th.- Ne ws (Prog ) con
cedes Maryland to Wilson by a plural
lty ot about 11,100, which. It says, the
meager returns iicim Ih" stai' indicatu
.ill be la i gel v increased by the vote
in th' conntieae Roosevelt was run
ning a good second.
Rnit imore-- Forty prei incts out oi
33s in Fbilllinore city give: Wilson,
4.537; Roosevelt. 3,120; Taft. 1.084
Portland, Nov. 6. Returns for pres
ident li'im 1 to out of 521 cities and
low lis. comprising 0i out ol 634 elec
lion jiVec 'nets, give Roosevelt, 2U,8 '8;
Talt. 14.304; Wiison, 21.818.
Portland -Returns from 28o out of
521 cities, towns and plantatlons.com
prising 3X7 out of 634 election pro
elnets. give: Roosevelt, 35.8ih); Tail,
21.2.M.: Wilson. 39,878.
Cl?rk Reelected to National House.
St. l.ouls, Nov. is j In th. Nlntli dis
trict Speaker Ctar (Oeni.) la reelect
i d to congtn ss.
Kahaaa City. Nov. C. Five prec inct"
out ol 201 in Kaneaa City give Wilson
;i;3 Rtwaevelt 2ns and Taft n8.
For goyerooT, Major i Dam.), tin.T;
McKlnl y (Rep.i, 108; .N'oitoa (Pior.),
A number of Rebehahs worked a
pleasant surprise on Mrs Mollle Fra
zb r at the home of Mrs. Al Witter
on Rox Hutte avenue on Tuesday af
ternoon , from 2 until 5. the evewt
being In honor of Mrs. Fra.ler'e
bh-thday aiienlveisary. Mrs. WikeT
sieved a 4 course lunch which wTua
pcrfe-clion as o quality and ciuantity.
As the guests were about to depart
they presented Mrs. Frazler wlith a
beautiful RelM-kab pin wishing Iter
many more pleasant hirihclays.
Concord. Nov. t Return, for prefl
tlonl from ten elect lc a precinc ts out o:
IPO In New Hampshire gave Tart Wll
Wib-on 713 nr,d Rooeevalt 4n;. (tame
alacea lor go e' nor give Worcesi
t Rep.) 1,018. Pelker iDetn.) 82o and
Churchill (PrOg.) S'-fi.
WILL DEDICATE CHURCH
The baaatnetBl 6f the new Christian
church at ninth street ami Pox llr.'te
avenue will be dei ateel at three o'
Clock Sunday tiftc nor.n with spe ial
exerclss for the o Ocaatogv The And
icatory sermon will be prea hod by
Kvangclist F. K. Day. ; ad llu sing
er win ajtrn special tnoate, Rev. R.
M. nun-rin cf Mitchell will be pres
ent to part 1 It-pate in the ceremonies.
A apodal invitati. Ii iias been cxte.ml
ed to all AU'aji.-e pf -p'c to be piV8
e tr at th 1 1 de dicPtlon.
STARTS NEW BUSINESS
IVii3. Zehrong Opens Well Equipped
Suitatorium and Mending Bureau
Oklahoma City, Nov n. The fir
three prcetntti in Oklahoma reportitj'S
give: tVlteon edectorF. IL'-;-. Ri pttbllQ
an elattora. 144. Seven of the ten R"
publican eltctora are Roosevelt adher
enta. it haa not b "en determined hoar
thev v !'l VOtl ahonld Republicans car-
rv the ieflHte. " '
Providence, KfrV. 6 Returns for
i ret ; ' in! from six nm-ns out ol thirty
sb- rltl-i and towns in Rhode Is
c'-e: Taft, 9 I; ROOaevett, 179; Wii
Columbia. S C., Nov. 6. The Demo
erotic efectoral ticket has been sled d
by tin is"al majority. The progic
slve tlcl et Is second.
Dallas -Returns tioni 104 precin't
out of 4 ,80n in Texas give Wllaon 7.
27",. Roosevelt 438. Taft 592, Debs
Mrs. W. H. Mining has been in
Denver for some time taking a com
plete course in tailoring, dyeing, eend
pressing, with one of the large st ea
tablishnient.s in that ity. She luiS
now returicl and opened up a com
pletely equipped ahop tit ieee Ilox
Unite avenue. She alrtmiy lies a
well established busiuciss in this line
and will now enlarge the same, car
ing lor work lot out of town Italians
as well as those in Alliance.
in c oiniec Una with her other work,
Mrs. Zebrung lias taken the agency
ml for the Wcathe-her.d Hat Co., the
, ion w htaters af the west, reno
irtore, blea-liers. dyers and finish
ers of gantaV and ladies lints of ev
c ry description; the lloldt-lmn lv Flow
er Shop, floral aril ts; and tho
Ilirmingliani Sisters Specialty t.'ou.
pany. luindling high gride huliea'
COrveta. The above firms are au
higli -lass Denver linns and t.heir
agen y will be an asset for her in
he r businiss.
Atlanta. Nov. 8 -Returns Indicate
that Wilson will have a large majority,
with Roosevelt running second.
Jacksonville. Nov. I. -Wiison
carried Florida by
Cincinnati Returns Irom the first
five preetneta give Taft 477, Wilson
3'4 and Roose velt 105.
THE CONTEST CONTINUES
The dispute bet wet n the Allianc e'
city school board and the- el;ty coun
cil over the level of tlie sidewalk in
front of Central school continues.
Alter si rvijig ;ui injunction on the
school iMKird ordering tJiem not to
haataU a concrete walk bdgher than
the established grade, rhe grading
crew was put to work and lowered
the- le vel of Hie street about IS Inch
es to the establl.slu'd graile. They
arc now having a temporary walk
for use during the winter.
Culkn Wright, preside r.; of the
Tri-State Canal Company, the own
atn Of the largest irrigation .system
In the North Platte valley outside
of the government project and own
ers c,t an lanaM use- amount of Irrigat-e-d
laiMl, spe nt last Saturday' inorntog
in Alliance on trUfetatM on his wsiy
to Scottsbluif. lie had just been to
New fork C: y conferring with the
main owner of the project.
t rip to
Was made an eototnoolle
Itemingford yesterday after-
Hampton made a business
Miss Alma Weidenhainer has ac-ce-plAl
a iiosition as clerk with Mrs.
Siuimons in her ladies furnishings
The Indies liuild of tha Kpiscopal
church met with Mrs. U. L. Phil
lilts Wednesday afterneen
IndlanaPOlbl - - Twenty-seven pre
duets ait Of 3.172 in Indiana give:
Taft. 2.n33. Wilson. 3.9x7. ROOOevell
J14. Same preetneta in 19"8 gave:
Taft. 6.111; Rtyan, 4.4;o
IndUaapotta, NOV, fi - Indiana appar
ently went overwhelmingly De nio
elovernor Wllaon. on tie ba-ls of 51i printesl
precinct- out of 1.172 prec inc ts In th-Mate-,
had almost as ruanv votes &
Taft ant Roosevelt combined.
For governor, sam.u-i Ralatoi
I Den.) led -ever Albert I. Reveridg
(Prou.) arid Willian. T Durbln (Rep )
I.. J. M linger was hauling lumber
the firsi of the wee?k for a n -w
barn on his place northeaKt of town.
Cluis. K. Murphy of l-ike-side was
.ii Alllan e- on business this morning.
While in town he onlhd an The lle-r-alcl
office to order some lettr he ads
' iMii 'liuien ttrul
ar- pleased to sue
Eannora use praaaad
only because- it make -for
the I'riiHers, but
The preprielois of the popular
Cry.-tal Theatre, vv he-re The Herald
gave the elect leu rut urns Tuesday
night, have made- a bi improve eniemt
and put this theatre in the elaae of
the big city theatres by itkstallinjg u
new eompc nsator of the Mell-llowell
make. This machine produces a
much steadier and hrighfi r light by
putting the- aniperam- up and the
raltngn down of the electric power
used for light in the moving picture
machine, taking the place of the rhe
ostats eomnicoly used. It insure a
sie ady light of (treat power.
ENTERS BUSINESS AT BASIN
Louis l.uft, who was in business in
Allianee for a number of years and
who is one of the loHd'jig member
of the Alliance Fire depart ment. haB
purchased a asloon an 1 cafe at Has
in City, Wyoming, in the IU- Horn
basin in the northern part of riie
s ate. and will og into business there
in a few days. The saloon ami cafe
have a large business there. Louis
has employed Jack Dare, the exiter!
en enl chef at the Hotel Drake, who
left yesterday to lake- charge of the
cafe there. Louie. many friend
wish him success.
M. I). Nichols, the shoe mail, has
returned from Sheridan with a sore
foit, being compelled to walk with
Portland. Nov. S - Scattering reimti
irom the stat'- and Incomple te returiu
iron.. Multnomah count Port laud i
ladlcntii that WOaaa has rniilal Ore
MM hy a snfe uluralilv. with Roose-velt
se. ond The -natorial flght apparent
ly lies be 1 .veen Ib-n ..lllllg I Rep.) an!
li.are.v i.nie' ifjeo.1 Inaahaa Bonrn 1
tRe-p .. igcanaant. is ruaa ng third ir
the e.ol ret irn- c man surTiage h
running --v -u wiiile single tax Is de-
fe ii ei nil a Wiping!)
Riilins. Niv. g, . rt st two prr
In-ts reported in Montana give: Wii
ton. Rnevtt. S'.'4: faft 278.
give-s u cimuiiiendable
to correKpcMide ne e.
The He-raid editor weni to Hang
bggaVl laKfOH tn bu.'.ie -s Mi ulay morn in. ,
returning that nocn.
Win. Landrigon. brothe-r of
s ieii AlliniKe tcelay wai'iug
a e-ar f apples,
sell from the roomi
Myers, w ho i
couuiy. wae hi
the week. He has rented
in Harden county and will
the Kverett Fldreel ran h
In winter. He orders his adelres,
for The Herald chuiged from (tsh
kush to Orlando
the e . in
Miss Clo.- Klliott of New
has been visiting with her
Mrs. A J Cole
fj gjjggT, tfrgjgl
i. aee unt of !a k of space ihese
Itinis were crowded out this w,- k