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M TOTAL VOTE IN
I CITY AND :
COUNTY
WtM City. County. Total.
'&I1 Taft 2054 102S 2S2
'3M Wilson 201.1 073 29SG
)itt Roosevelt . .. .2734 $71 3C05
rjl;
$ I Governor.
t'4 ! ' Spry 2315. mo 3425
.H ' Tolton 19S7 993 2980
t$t- l , Morris 2591 S07 3101
3k '
af? ' ' For J,lstlce supreme court
?,' r J. E. FYlek (It) 232C 1151 3477
;, : U G. Young (D).20S5 1047 3132
U r Ogdeti Hiles (P).23S1 73G 3117
- j
jj ' For Secretary of State
tj D. Mattson (R)..22S3 10S5 3DC
J C. England (D) .2025 10S1 3100
3 R J. Hcndershot ,
W!$ Jr. (P) 2467 754 3221,
For treasuror
J. D. Jewkes (R).2355 -J 162 3517
J. H. Mendenhall '
(D) 2031 1025 3076
O. V. Adams (P)2392 731 3123
For Auditor
h. G. Kelly (R)..2353 1159 3512
J S. blain (DJ...2024 1020 3044
W. Adams (P) 2411 73S 3149
For Attorney General
A. R Barnes (R). 2380 1177 3557
J. XV. Stringfel-
Ilow (D) 2020 1016 3030
G. N. Lawrence
(P) 2394 743 3137
For Supt. Publfc
Instruction
A. C. Nelson (R).2391 1204 3595
A. C. Nelson (DJ.2040 1027 3067
For State Heproscntatives
1!(( ,J. J Barker (R). 2412 1129 3541
ih: J. TV. Wilcox (R) 2439 1127 3566
hi H. W. Marriott
r-' (R) 2369 1173 3512
J. D. Hooper (RJ.2329 121V 3540
' D, D. McKay (D)20S1 1082 3163
W. J. Parker (D).2150 1104 3254
W. H. Tolhurst
: f (D) 2069 1012 30S1
: O. M Sanderson
i- . (D) 2091 1008 3099
S Anna Ries-Rlnley
(P) 2269 688 2957
BD C. Walker (P)2242 60S 2940
S.C. Stephens (P) 2300 G9l 2991
lj M H. Thomas (P)2326 GS0 3006
w District judge
.f Howell 2489 1140 3629
1 Harris 2604 1274 3S78
i Corn 2209 1041 3253
m Pratt 2127 993 3120
f Bagley 2155 699 2S54
1 Agee 2159 691 2850
S District attorney '
II Davis 2404 116S 3572
ITS Cook 2075 1042 3117
1 9 Farnsworth . ...2337 709 3046
I w State Senator
If City. County. Total
William Craig. . .2467 115S 3FJ5
f XV. W. Bi owning. 2045 1004 3049
j) I .loEeph Ririe ...2269 724 2993
I I Representatives
' I Republicans . .2112 1129 3541
III Democrats .. ..20S1 J092 3173
K Progressives ....2269 703 2972
Wl Commisioner (4years)
Mi XV. C. Hunter ...2450 1250 3700
yfj .lohn M Bailey .2031 1115 3146
5S L. M. Nelson ...229S 5G3 2SG1
Hm. Commissioner (2 years)
Ml John T. Byee ...2475 1200 3675
Zim Thomas Fowles .2020 1025 3015
II Jesse Fowers ...2292 607 2S99
I J County Clerk
-I Samuel G Dye ..254S 1283 3S31
I : John XV Reeve .2009 9SS 2997
I , B. A Crltchlow.2263 665 . 292S
I Treasurer
III J. E. Storey 2363 1235 359S
IJ D. W Evans ...2293 1084 3377
A R. T. RUees ...2151 614. 2765
I Assessor '
B T. E Mathews .2407 1067 3474
J. M Bishop ...2014 3102 3146
i T. H. Davis ....2324 716 3040
I Shorlff
f E. E. Harrison ..2646 US?. 3729
(I C. Pincock ...2093 1069 3102
Hf 1. C. Canfleld ...2183 '677 2860
IK Recorder
tf T. B McKay ... 2390 1221 3611
Mrs. M. Farley... 2369 10S1 3450
W G J. S. Abels ...2019 610 2659
JJf Attorney
9 1 David JenBen ...2603 1234 3837
ft I W, W. Harcombe.2055 979 3034
1 T. R. O'Connolly.2140 .653 2793
I Surveyor
21 R 3 Corlew ...2583 1220 3803
5t W. Jenkins 202S 102S 3056
S J M. Lentz .. .2191 672 2863
wk Constable
' H, E. Steele .-.- 2278
' T, Cunningham , 2279
Jats Brown .' 2203
Current Styles.
I "Why doesn't that youns man evor
come Into the parlor?"
"Oh. 1 don't know."
"Isn't he a candidate for your
hand?"
' "Yes; but he soeras to prefer ft front
'I porch campaign."
I ,
I
Wk J. w
!l W ML.
l- v.vii,v osjncnbN&
T'lji-V rnt aro the .olatlons botvccn
IJ'ou ami Harry?
Dro'ly- Qtn - momiiiiV ani? -joim,
br i' rr Jack and ail my immJii "id
CALIFORNIA
FORTEDDY
Progressive Candidate is
Now in the Lead
500 Votes.
Los AngelOB, Cal., Nov. 7. With
nincteon precincts still to bo counted.
Roosevelt's plurality in Los Angeles
city and county was swelled by 2,20
votes today through the recount made
by the county clerk.
Progressives had claimed that a
Roosevelt vote of over 1.000 hnd hoon
lost sight of In the first unofficial
count, according to figures compiled
at Progressive headquarters. They
asserted this would be sufficient to
swing- the state to Roosevelt and de
manded a recount.
On the recount Roosevelt's plural
ity in the city and county is 19,703.
The first unqfflcslal count had given
him a plurality of 17,559.
San Francisco. Nov. 7. Returns
from the county clerk's iccount of
Los Angeles city and county, with
nineteen precincts outBlde of the city
missing, show Roosevelt's plurality to
be 19,763. This is a gain for Roose
velt of 2,204 and gives Roosevelt a
plurality in the state of 517 votes.
With many precincts missing from
northern counties, which show Wil
son pluralities on present returns, a
result was Indicated so close that an
official recount may be made necessary.
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WASHINGTON
Seattle, Wash, Nov 7. The race
ior governor between Ernest Lister,
Democrat, and Governor Marlon E.
Hay, Republican, became close again
today, Lister loading by 1,200 votes
with about half the votes counted.
Robert T. Hodge, Progressive candi
date for governor, Is a poor third.
Returns from 1,052 precincts out of
1,903 In the state give Roosovelt 59,
995; Wilson 47.S92 Taft 3S.97S.
For congreasraen-at-large, 954 pre
cincts give Falconer, Progressive, 41
712; Bryan, Progrcsshe, 40,939; Frost
Republican 39,243; Dewey, Republican
3S.S65, Connor, Democrat, 34,944;
White Democrat, 32,011.
Everett Wash., Nov. 7. The siu
glo tax amendment to the ciiy char
ter was adopted at Tuesday's elec
tion by a vote of 2 to 1. Everett, the
fourth city in size In the state. Is
the first to adopt this method of taxation.
SOUTH DAKOTA
Sioux Falls. S. D.. Nov. 7. With
President Taft eliminated In South
Dakota and only half the state heard
fiom, Roosevelt this morning Is lead
ing Wilson by about 5,000 votes
When the Progressive-Republican
convention fight came up, Roosovelt
already had won the state in the pri
maries and to adjust the differences,
the electors agreed to support Taft In
case the fight for the presidency was
between Taft and Wilson. With the
president running third, the agree
ment will not affect the electoral
vote.- - j -
The contest for governor between
Bvrne, Republican, and Johnson.
Democrat, still is undecided, but a
Republican legislature appears to
have been elected
EXPRESS RATES
BEING PROBED
San Francisco, Nov. 7. Testimony
brought out by the slate railroad
commission In Its investigation or ex
press rates, on which It Is engaged
today, showed that the Welis-Fargo
company, on an investment In Cali
fornia of $1,110,167. received in two
average months June and July, 1911
a gross revenue of $1,43,345, which
would amount to 8,720,000 for the
twelvemonth, or a littlo less than 800
per cent on the capital outstanding.
These figures were developed from
a report made by F R. LaSholl, the
commission's rate expert, and were
not contradicted by C. R. Graham, the
company's traffic manager. Among
other statements made by LaShell are
that the company routes packages by
clrcultouB routes, charging the ship
pers f or the unnecessary distances.
CREW IS SAFE ON
GROUNDED BOAT
Montreal, Nov. 7 A wireless mes
sage today rrom the Canadian North
ern mall Bteamer, Royal George,
which went "aground -in -the- SU- Law
rence rlvej last night, confirmed ear
lier news that 400 or the vessel's 901
paBscngers had been taken off, Four
tugs were standing by when Hie mos
sage was sent, and It is believed the
work of transferring the pa98cngqra
continued through the night, A dis
patch from Quincy earlier this morn
ing announced all the passengers and i
crow were safe
The Royal George was bound fronl
Avonmoulh. England, and was duo
here today. She was. reported In a
precarious position
HADLEY MAY FILL
SHERMAN'S PLACE
Washington. Nov. 7. President Taft
returned to Washington tit 9-40 a. m.
todnv. The private car of Governor
Hadicy of MlfBOuri was attached to
the president's train' at Ilaniaburg
and the governor cauio' on to Wash
ington. Ho will confer wJth--Mr:TaIt
todav. 'Asked if he voulO tklai seo
ond plaoo. on the Republican tlckot,
Governor-Hartley Huld:
"1 h.TVo not been asked.".. - '.
FIND -CURE FOR
-WHITE PLAGUE
Beilln. Nov. 7. At, a ipuctfnz or the
Berlin Medical society. Dr l'ricdcrloch
P. Fi Ifdujaii announced the dicovdry
of whut he believes to bo a pmctlc-il
cure for every form of tuberculoids.
Ho exhibited. cured patients and de
clared he had treated (IS2 caees by his
method with lnvnrlhT improvement
and almost invarinblv complete cuios
Prominent physicians testified 1 to
successes by this method In their owr
-practice. Dr. Friedman. injects living
. . .. . . - .
l-HE SVEMlyo STANDARD, OODEN UTAH. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 7, 1912. - ft 1
, -1 .i "" ' DISTRICT JUDGE. T 1ST. ; ,.. v ' " , "" ' to, I
. '! ' : ' ATTY. STATE, SLN , ,-. STATE .REPRESENTATIVE. i i .' tfCO. COM. 4 YRS -
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Eden ;.....-.:; .,..... M8 22 23 30 39 32 30! ' 'l A'" Sr 25 ?J S ?9 .27 . 31 203111 l.t. .... .I.S..1V. . 5U -56 . tiGj ,57f 1 J02U UKA . H
Fair West- tilLfaA 3'4S 54 46 21 19 W q o" ) V r? n j "4 33 30 3G '2325)" 2S ,. . 1 -' in ! :Ji3 61. .321 5 112 -Sir 1A
Hooper No. J . . r. .'. A . 'G7 G8 42 41 22 22 BS 41 oi JJr 5.2I 2 3 14 4o 43 4 1 . 56 19 54' 49 12 12 12f 12?. 2S-29 28 2S . 42 .40. .52 T.2JJ M
Hooper No. 2 y.i 73 72 c2 JJ 7 ", "r 44 J 21 69 aj G5 71 49 50 -13 38, 3 3 3 3 22 22 22 22,' r65 .11 '..,3 .23 Si'
Huntsville ',. .'.,.. 9S 117 llf, ina fifi r inS ino ? , ,4 -1 C u9 G5 71 115 ' GS 97-G0.-.24 1 j.r . l fl a2. 7I .!,, 73 G" 1' .71, 91
liberty ..-... I . ;.. 40 40 41 41 S 8 0 41 I' v A Jo 11 l l 11 23 18K21 20 5 f 5I 5 ' G 19 wf 19'OS 24 .20 -1,5 M
Marriott 30 39 19 1. 4 A A J-' 9 39 3 29 OS -11 42 41 44 . . . A. . . y 7 S 8,2 8 31 -V49 j W
North Ogden ...v.;4. ....... US 125 l53 119 78 82 ll 1 !! , , 10 " ,55 JJ'" i l9 U '': 17 '20 7 8 S " W 13 IB . " 12 jS -13
Plain City . : .;..-.:... 70 S3 1(H ni K7 7 71 inn -o'1 2i ! " ' 20 I20 -119 10 J30 126 121 131( '..-......' 81 SI rJS0 :i8" I G6 2" r -34 1 W
Pleasant View. ....;.;-: I! 5? 5? 53 Tl Si A -? S2lf IS1 -, 72 104 106 J06 103 ... oik S9 M Ml 83 j ! JfiD L
Randall. ........ ..-.vr.-t.... 2o 22 IG 1- G J 20. 1- "5 V, 55 4 3'i '39 41 39 39"-5G 5G GC 5S 4' M 4. 4 ' 35, .3s' 38j .38 , J i K
Rlverdalc . v.,..j '...... I 5S 63 31 19 4 ?2 J 0J 22 ' 5 .22 20 20 21 . IS 15 15.15 ,. . j '7 L' G , G-1 G . 18l 2.0 l?S lM I V
Slatervllle ........ ......-..' 37 -JJ . 24 26 55 57 5 " 501 i .,? ' ?! ? ll !2 L1 ' 5 i -aC 5o 2 r .3 2 2! 2s 27 2Sl 27t 77 .54 2 ..,24W 1
Uintah ; 18 24 25 "0 30 4 21 i 07 IS ;J '" 49 l1'42 49 4l 27 25 27 2C i 'l 50! 52 52 52 4St 27 .,.43 1
Warren ,..?..... 48 50 H 36 24 25 49 21 9 23 " 2? 21 2J H 33 23.. 53 -. ...N,.. 33 33 !$3 33 . 26 21 . W & fc R
West Weber No. 1 ....i GO G5 3G 32 22 29 59 n 2G I- 11 I i2 5 49 3G 3C' 36 ' 2 2'21 "Z ! 25; 2a' .25j 25 h,. 3j! 2 ,25 l W
West Weber No. 2 .".... v.i 58 G4 30 8 29 6 6fi '1 - S I '22 6i G2 -64 G:':r1 40 ! l29 V ' 2 2 3 ' 26,20 , 20 r 20 2,.25i , -2 -lt I
Wilson.... .- 52 56 G5! 04 39 35 5? S fin ?? ?5 K 5! 5 51 32l 31 H' 3 G) ,3 ' 4 3V'2I -30 3l i c 11, ?. T
IT !Z LTf l! ?ii! ll? !!!!:.!! Jli? GV 70 c3 OH SO 35; 37 3 -ST 39I 3S 40. SI 63J 30 23JJ-. II
Total county ...V.;; Ill79 1327,1044 993l699G91 11781042 689, 11581028 127 J24 1089 U28 1174 TT ij"'! nl "i , H
Ttal 306s893lf32534220g854286O 3577 3117,302c 3625 3073 909 3013 3B0l!35673M3 3531 3254 310511 97olOQO Owl 913fcf2!fe(Wi!i oSislkt ' I
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Edlec;:;::::::J:;::;LM J2j n1 .;$ 4Gi i9 i2i 5511 3tcj mi 2'--?tj n 5ci 30l. 21 ' - s 'ciij' 4ii"z7 '121-511 JoT iiu cWf-itiT'S..
Far, West ;: J .7? f3 ,4(! J8 1 31 la 2. 1 27 35 30 1 31 43 2Cf 11 32 1 52 24," 1 25 j 47,, 22) 1 31 3S 30j jj, 31 :
Harrisvllle J G' oj i? ' 3 B 33 rGi ,1 " 33 3S 3 2l! 45, 171 3 i.lS;i 12,61 3 13, 54 41 3.14 l rJ J&iT ..
Hooper No. 1 -.., . ,c ', . 7,. 5n ? V3 -2 12 2GI 37 39 12 26) 40 56 ' 12 27(f 41 54 12 . 27 ! . G3 33 12 25 G MflJ 2f
Hooper No. 2 ...4 55 i 4 J?' 3 3, 3, "I G3 All 3 22f G'' 12 3 22K 71 3SI 3 "1 111 22 OS IOj 3 2V
Huntsville... ,..-., ...... j lOoL-Ofi in ? inS ,S-I 'i'A , , G7'-"1 S G1 G9 X 9i C2J 73 8li 73l 60' G ?' G0f. . . SlV 74 6lf ' 1 S.
Knnejjvllle .' L ."V ? ?? n !J 6 10 31?31 " .66 -OP L18 10 01. 107 10C.' .10 05 175' U8 , .10 55 !'l05fM0S " 10 .13 1 107 107-' lofw?5IU
Liberty '...' i : .IS 40 J L 5J ' 2J' n ' " 1C 19 24 " 17i 2 24-'--' 18 22l 20 '- 23 ' J'J 17 20l 22r . ..pl1
Marriott tft'. " ' 4 15""n ,? 11 ?2"i ,S' S9 32 ' ' ' ' l 40 4i 5' , '2----l ? 27. 36.;.. 0 41. 3D . ' 71 12' 40 . . ?
NorthOgden... V- ::' joT rl0 'if ,42 ,3 9 7lG 2C 2 12 12 14 8 17 40. 15 3 10, 13 13 S 14,44 13 S. II. 39 IG S
Plain Cly- .' . 75 10S"" rn " 15 ' ?S 2-7 ,5n " 42 115 132I " 73 121l 123- ." 74 130 127 ... 65 137 112. .. 70 1211 125 ... . 75 ,
feasant Vle ,,. ! ,3? s ' V i 3s in So "i ??! - "5 ' " ' i 5? X - 5j) 76, 101.... OP 71 1QS ... 6SJ i 75 103.. . 70 T03 ... ;50w
Randall o? ?1 ' "2 4? ,5G 4 39 3 3G. ' IS 57 4 35- 41 50 4 30 17', 57 I 28 15 52 I 35l 46 51 .4 '30
Rlverdale ' 7,i ,'" l ll ll , 3C ' j5 1? 16 ... 0 23 13. ...I 6 22' 13 ... G 23 13.'... 51 22 14 T., G
Roy ....;;; ::,"f:-j g ll 2 of S? 2G i2 jgi 49 30 12 '22 t 40 12 21, 59 35 12 ica1 531 39 14 ici G33s 12 1SK02 si 12 10
Slate, ville .. .; fAl 5? 2 V- ' 04 3 23 1 79 5G 2 2G 65 61 2 30' 85 51 II 211 71' 621 2 2S 74 .55 2 29 71 55 2 27
Uintah ... '- r7"-- o4; 46 2n 2 SiP 4f 29'-" 44 40 2G ' 43 27 2 37 30 ... 50l 53 23... 42 44J 2Gr... 49
Warren .' .. . V"-: ? A JJ'" ?5 r ?5 2 "A l? !2 2l'"-l 2G 13 25 ... 27' 20 20.... 2C 22 23 ... 201! 221 23.... 21f 19 23 ,.. 20.-
westweberNo ;::;::::::::. J5 ll ; li s ?s 2 2 ; 3 iGi ;i 2i 4? 3r 2 i 36 2 25 37 2 2J 491 3C 2 25 52 37 2 21
West Weber No 2 i c, ; o- Sn o2 2 2I 00 oj 2 lo 55 37i 2 2S'I E7I W 2I 22j 57' 611 21 15 ' 67.35 2 20 . 57 10' 2 25
WUson . -" fio If o? 2? GS 2? "A' 29l 42l ,8 3! 29 H2 - 31 55 35.-.., 29 5l.34 3 29 5S 31.. 29 j 59 29 3 32
I C9 55j 33j 31 G2 5, 35 44Jj 4G 7S) 33J 33 5S 69 35 .351 52J 041 3C 37 5l TO! 3g 31 58, 02 35j 3I! G5J 5S 351.30
Totals, county jl23ljl066 1151 603128383! . jiSsjlOS 10s 014 10621122) nol:llsliTri!l207'l08lJ lTsj"! 234 j 07J"loT"c53f-122ojl02Sj lOJ"
TOtalS 3709?3080' D50,2S95381ll2977' 942202S'l35983377l MyW&Mi 94'Kl'inr9Sl3G97'l3450i "&' M37,3!I279731m& 020 .
tubercle bacilli which have been ren
dered benevolent
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New York Stock List.
(Last Sale.)
Amalgamated Conper -.SO 1-4
American Boot Sugar 59 5-S
American Cotion Oil .....-,.. 55
American Sm. & Rft 83 1-4
American Sugar Rfg 123
American Tol. & Tel 113 1-2
Anaconda .Mining Co 44 3-8
Atchison 108 7-S
Atlantic Coast line 110
Baltimore &. Ohio I.. 107 5-8
Brooklyn Rapid Transit -91
Canadian Pacific 2G5 3-4
Chesapeake & Ohio S3 l-I
Chicago & N. W 14G
C, M. & St. P. . ...-.. 110 7-8
Colorado Fuel & Iron ., 37
Colorado & Southern 38 1-2
Delaware & Hudson 170
Denver & Rio Grande 22 1-2
Erie 35 1-2
General Electric . ..:..:.,. .-.184 1-2
Great Northern pfd .-...140 1-2 1
Great Northern ore ctfs '48 1-2,
Illinois Central 120
Interborough-.Met 20 3-1
Preferred . 00 3-8
International Harvester .....122 1-2
Louisville S- Nash., ex-rights. .157 3-S
Mlssouil Pacific 4C
M., K. & T. . 29 3-4
Lehigh Valley 175 1-2
National Lead 04 1-2
New York Central 117
Norfolk & Western 110.
Northern Pacific 127 3-S
Pennsyhanla 123 3-1
People's Gas US 1-2
Pullman Palace Car 107
Reading 173 3-4
Rock Island 27
Preferred . . ,.,.,... 52 1-2
Southern Pacific .(,r. .-.-... . .112 3-1
Southern Railway. 130 3-S
Union Pacific. . ...-..!.:, j ...174 3-4
United -States -Steel".' 77 7-S
Proferrcd ..., ...,.....113 1-2
Wabash . .,..,, 4 ?-
Western Union,.,:.., 79
TAFT IS THIRD. IN
STATE OF COLORADO
Denver. Colo . Ndv. 7. Ret urns re
ceived up to 1:30 today from S02 pre
clncjB out of 1,112 in the state, In
cluding Denxer. and six outside coun
ties complete, give.
For president WUson' 69.GC7, Taft
31.007, Roosevelt 11.001.
Seven hundred and forty-four pre
cincts. Including Denver, and alx out
side counties complete, for governor
popi lVtb-,V7ILLi&.THM !
I "YC-U V1U, 'GwOVJ UP To bL- 1 '
A1 HNST i'lAN-.JijQT
U.'rr'VOUT DA.D'
vr'iLLif, .- WrLl j Gutaa
CW-T TANEi IT IF CMUV
'i-jWli 1D' IMtfvT l A.LL.
Amnions. D., G.1,872, Costigan, Prog.
33,336; Park. R.f 31,159.
The complete vote in the 1S2 pre
cincts In Denver for president is
Wilson 20,453, Taft S.11C. Roosevelt
21,103.
For governor Amnions, D., 24.271;
Costigan, Prog., 22.G4C; Parks, R. 7,
682. In many of the outside counties
the count has proceeded so slowly
that It Is probable definite figures
from these dlstiicts will not be avail
able beforo the official canvass.
Figures available Indicate that Wil
son's plurality will approximate 35,-000
BRYAN FOR
THE CABINET
Many Believe Nebraska
Will Help Shape Na
tion's Policies
Washington. Nov 7 Cabinet mak
ers are busy conjuring with names of
those who will share with Wilson In
shaping the policy of the next ad
ministration Necessarily this is purely gossip, but
the cabinet builders are none the less
active In pointing out the persons and
the elements anvllable as cabinet ma
terial One 01 the available elements em
braces those who wore conspicuous
part) figur.es at the Baltimore con
vention. Including Speaker Clark,
Chairman Underwood of the wajs and
means committee, William Jennings
Bryan, Governor Foss of Massachu
setts, Governor Harmon of Ohio and
otlieis. It is generally assumed
however, that Speaker Clark and
Chairman Underwood would prefer to
continue the work In congress, espe
cially iiou that the legislatlu? program
,on the tariff and other Muostlone'ls
likely to meet with fowor obstacles
An to Mr Bryan one of tho Demo
cratic benators was quoted throughout
the campaign aa assigning doflnltely
.Mr Brjan a place In tho cabinet.
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FILIPINOS SEEK
j INDEPENDENCE
Princeton. N. J., No, 7. Sergio
lAincno. a member of the Philippine
ai.se irbly, .sont ho following telegram
to Governor Wilson:
-"Tho PhlUp.ilnf nssemhlv has unan
imously and heartily adopted a reso
lution convoying you Its congratula
tions, aB well a& those of the Philip
pine people, upon your election to tiu
office of president of the United
Suites 4ml oxprctfslng the hope that
".Q'l will ro'"ccm tho piodKe 01 uib Am
"rioan people to recognise Philippine
Independence In accordance with the
reiterated petition.", of the Philippine
Independents."
WOLGAST MATCH
, IS POSTPONED
Ad Wolgn.n's manager, Toni Jones. I
gavu Promoter CofTioth of San Fran
cisco to understand several months
"go that "Wolgast would come hero to
box in the defense of his title. Thanka
KivingiUuy.uCQffrolli (Wlrcl Jones yes-
1
t?rday at New Orleans to postposc
Itho match until New Year's day
"In the meantime. " ald Coffroth. ' I
will endeavor to match Frankle Burns
of Oakland with Willie Ritchie or
Tommy Alurpln and put the winner
against the champion on New Year's,
or I will try to get Mandot if he
defeats RIvors "
.
MUST PROVE THAT
j BOATS ARE SAFE
San Francisco, a'ov. 7. By orders
from Washington the Pacific mall lln-
eis San Juan Acapulco and City of
Panama must be drydocked to prove
that they are not unseaworthy. John
J Calpor. supervising Inspector of
hulls and boilers, has served notice of
his orders on the company. The com-
1 plaint is supposed to bae been made
jb Dr. XV. E. Arllnbaugh of Callno,
Peru, who was a passenger on the
City of Panama from this port to Cor-
I into
uu
I RECEIVERS FOR BIG
STORES IN BOSTON
Boston. Mass . Nov. 7 Recolvers
were appointed today for the stores
controlled by William S. Butler & Co.,
the Gilchrist company and Every
body's Store company.
It is estimated that the liabilities
of the three concerns amount to ?1,
500.000 William E. Butler, treasurer of the
threecompanies, committed suicide by
shooting last night.
Keep on the Sunny Side,
I he cure to live on the sunny side,
and ttvon then do not oxpoct tho world J
to look bright, If you habitually wear'
gray brown glasses. Charles ri, Eliot. I
I Corner on Idol.
71 E. Huntington of Pasadena, Cal
ha done a fooJinh reactionary thlDx
Hp has bought 57 Idols, brought thorn
from their orifjlpal Japanese ,templer
and Installed them In his grounds so
that ho can worship Buddha In aeclu
.1od. Mow much bettor It would have
been If h had got statue of tome
j of ths American ldola. and put. thorn
1 up ho thnl the populace might wor
j ohip Uo could have several political
1 favorltea. jMammon, twp or three base
ball heroe6, sovernl moving picture l
cowboys, a ten-foot statue of nn Amer
ican silver dollar, a leading vaudeville
actress, an aviator, a fat hop for Chi
cago, KanaaH CHy and Omahn visi
tors, and statues of n bull moose, an.
elephant and' donkey.--Pennsvlvanla
Grit.
Another Name for Sunlight.
InscctB are often susceptible to
ultra violet light (which is, ot courso,
a component of sunlight), as experi
ments by j Rnybaud have recently
shown, thin fact perhaps explaining
the aversion of some Bpecles to
strong sunlight, in the rays from a
mercury vapor lamp, auch creatures
as snails, houseflies, and tadpoles'
soon became torpid, and In tho
course of a iow hours werr qulto I
I dead Young grasshoppers perished
In about two days Adult grasshop
pers ahowod ho apparont injury
after a week's exposure, and spiders
and beetles v,ero unaffected
You can always get a lot for your
money If you patronize a real estate
dealer
BUSINESS HAD TO GO ON
8am Thought He Had Combination,
but Relief lor Mandy Wi " ".
Not In Sight. - - , '&
A la-.. dark who let his wife take ""
1 1. washing without ir demur had a
dreau, one night, and a policy dream
at thar He borrowed mriney'roufTfcr
ro play the combination and before
he. left home he Rtated his conviction.
"Mandy." he'enid ""Ah's goln' up town 1
lo plav dis combine, what am sho' to J
come out. When you nee, me comln"
home in a hack yo' break up yo'
washtubs." The 'combine didn't
come out. nd Sam. In great 'dejection,
acquired lot of gin. Then he wa ,'
messed up a bit by a dray, and aome
other darkieB hired a hack to take
him home Sam -was nearly out. ana
wan breathing heavily when the hack
turned a familiar corner, and his wife ,"
was standing In the door. With bia -
last ounce of energy he 'stuck hie ' i
head out of the wlndowand yelled: '
"Mandv. spare dem tubs'"
nn . ;
British North Borneo.' i
British .North Borneo has an area
of 31,000 square miles and a popnla- i
tlon. according to the census of 1911. 1
1 of 20S.183. The European residents . i
number 355, Chinese 26,202, Malays, 1, s
612, Ea6t Indians 5,5ir,"and Filipinos v
5,700. The number of natives cannofc -'
be more than approximately estimated ta
but their numbor Is placed at about $
170,000. . I. ra
00 ?: .'.
I Read the Classified Ads -tw
1 ,ag
i STATE VOTE FOR PRESIDENT; I ')
CONGRESSMEN AND GOVERNOR
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I PRESIDENT. ! CONGRESSMAN j GOVERNOR t T
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Leaver ... Vl, -..., .ZJlflf .'f. 1 . .. .fj. . . .1 t. '....' T7j T .7i "5dj TTiJ W ML ,
Do. Elder-.. .J'.t-I?,?.... '.,,,...- J3 10' 1280 S32 ..T.j IMS 111UI 1270 1323 730 712'J 1231 11001 100 K-.
Cac'iio 1 n.'f; ...:. ". ..... f C01 3230 11-101 ..','.) 2757 2721) 3-i73 L'212 1052 lOGlj 2733 Sllof 121fi' IK1
Carbon :tl-.. ??.u XV 3--.:"J. ..'- 5US 305 3f.0 lflf, 1 1 o9S. .,.f... f
Davltf H.lftl. ?..?. l..-. ..II J29S j 1100 270 S 1322 132011.-)! 117-1 250 250 1 1310' 11GS 2,(15 J-Hk
Garfield . 4fc. ..".'VrVi:i.'. ..:.. t.. , ?-!39 H2 92 C 172 -137 13S 132 CSj 13 1 135 1701 GO 7 90
Iron ." efi.i. ......... . . ., .11 25' 4 11 -10 40 . 2C 2(7,' X 2 23 42' 2 JW
Juab k. .. ....,.. -iifAi.w.. I 1100 S79 219 7KG 1090 IOCS S71 901 .230 227 IOCS) SS4f (SS9 X TOP
Kano ., U-lfjU '- 't ,n2' in' 20 l" - I 379' -ir.lL.. fl HI
Millard;, :'. . v j -r , "" S Wf " CSfl' 200 "7 ,02l S7C S53 S54 .193 191 7Sl -921 '"! 59 WM
Wjr,iri.. ;.A...!v35...:"7r:i..J I 316 "23C 2C5i is! 330 320 242j 23cl 'Sot; 23Dj 323J 21ffl 378, fl4H
Pluto . ,- r.m.. '.... .."?,." 1S9 'US 127 S2j 1S4 171 97 97J 111! llljl lGCfc US'! Hbl Ifl
Salt I ahe . . k . . Mm- r .. . ,1 122C21Q050' SGI I, SfiWfl20 11923 9S45'10300 S327 Sl37U3224'?1Sj MS$i SbMB
San Juan . .,:.?'.-&-' ftSOi , 57 II 314J 4,1 .311 10Q. .97 .47i . 941 40 1 S. Ml(4 m , J Wffl
-Sanpete ....:. iv.H-'" I'1''-' 'llS "J 357' 30 420 . . '?" V 14-' -- :. i . -..) ; W
Sevier . .-t.... . . 1 igO . S7l Slfi 2SI1'1470 lJtC'i ( 5& .p.jr( .A,;. .'... 1 j0o. aa-,,. . WSj
Summit, ..iSSi-v-u-'--- ft'-1! S10i 80 ...'. 341 HJ( SlSJ '313 M.'L. ..;f :34; 81W.1..., ,W
Dlntnh1.. ,...'..,:JBfe,-i-K v'-.' 517 524 047 .- 121 -104 435 -72,.. ,f 497- 6W" jLfl
WaVatch .'. ..'i.T&B&r'' ', I S7,7.,.5C S5K llf S93 S31 513, :r,,' i: .50! A.Zh ";! " 'Ifli
Washington ...r.ti$$fe--V-"i-'- r -'' -j ' ! '.) ........H 7MP Wi ' , 91
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