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The one salvation of Rhode Island
farmers this year is the hay crop,
which has be,en almost phenomenal, the
records of the State Board of Agricul
ture showing a very great increase in
the size of the crop over preceding
years. The after-feed' has not come up
as well as might be expected on account
of the cold weather, but it is on the
big hay crop that the farmer must get
his money this year, and very few
grangers will be able to show a balance
on the right side of the ledger" with
the advantage of increased hay money,
as the potatoes and fruit m many sec
tions of the State will be a dead loss.—
Hay Crop Saves Farmers.
Wild Geese' Plentiful.
Geese ar* plentiful at the present time
and large flocks are occupying the shal
low ponds alonjc Sherman Island. If you
want to go to Sherman Island with, your
gun ask the Santa Fe at 641 Market
street about the Blymenberg launches
from Antioch. "^ . • ,
CARPENTER FALLS FROM STAGING.—
E. D. Mnrlott, a carpenter. -while at work on
hU own house at Chapultepec street, fell from
a staging yesterday, receiving Injuries which
may Drove fatal. . , .
Queen Alexandra Fancies Cats.
It is well known that Queen Alex
andra, England's well-beloved Queen,
is an expert dog fancier, but that she
is. also a cat fancier, has not been at
all well known until very recently. In
fact, the special liking for cats that
her Majesty ..'has lately displayed
threatens to supplant entirely her
fancy, for blue ribbon dogs.
She found that her dog breeding was
so widely known and so generally
copied thaf she decided to drop that
and go in for raising tabbies. In pur
suance of her /policy of thoroughness.
Queen Alexandra at once secured a
small army. of the best breeds. These
cats are much in evidence at Bucking
ham. To friends-desirous of possessing
a cat of exalted pedigree the Queen is
most . generous, giving freely of her
host of felines.
Six cats are the favorites of the
Queen; one, Sandy — so named because
vborn at Sandrlngham— a valuable Per
sian, being the particular favorite, and
traveling as constantly with his mis
press for the past several months as
ever the King's celebrated Irish terrier
Jack did. "the feline proteges of Alex
andra find no favor in the sight of Ed
ward VII, for he cordially detests all
of them.— Illustrated Sporting News.
Tou can usually Judge a man's hap
piness by his self-importance.
Charles H: Fox. a well-known Phila
delphia florist much patronized by so
ciety, who is suing George L. Sipps. a
wealthy builder, for ; alienation of his
wife's affections, has filed- a list of ways
in which he says Sipps won Mrs. Fox,
as follows: "Spending money while out
with Mrs. Fox; wearing numerous fine
and Impressive suits of clothing; sport
ing many magnificent .diamonds: by
freely opening choice varieties of wines,
including champagne; by supplying
Mrs. Fox with many expensive and ele
gant gowns ;J>y taking Mrs. Fox with
him to all the pleasure resorts in the
city; by rare bouquets and flowers; by
purchasing many laces, furs and fur
belows for Mrs. Fox;' by the large tips
he gave waiters in cafes while accom
panied by Mrs." Fox; by hiring vehicles
and allowing them to stand by the hour,
regardless of expense." — Chicago
Chronicle. — ¦ -4
How the Woman Was Won.
SOXS GO WITH FAIRBANKS.
INDIANAPOLIS. Nov. 8.— When
Senator Fairbanks went to the polling
booth be was accompanied by. his ..two
sens. Richard and Frederick. The Sen
ctor went to the wrong: booth and vraa
directed to his own precinct ¦ voting
As the Judge stepped from his
wagon, Ralph Finnegan. a €-year-'old
boy. was the first to shake hands with
"I hope you will be elected." he told
"Thank you," the Judge replied, with
a laugh. "You are a great boy." -
Several friends claimed the Judge's
attention and he was compelled to hold
a brief Informal reception before he
could reach the voting place.- The
Judge remained In the booth half a
minute. He came out and handed his
folded ballot to a clerk, who deposited
it and announced "Alton Brooks Parker
votes ballot 147."
Then there was a flash and several
photographers obtained pictures as the
Judge's ballot was dropped into the
)>ox. More cheers followed. The Judge
inquired ff a flashlight was necessary
on so fine a day. He shook hands with
the 'policeman on duty at the door and
walked out. After conversing with
friends for a moment, he drove up
town to give his secretary, Mr. Mc-
Causland. an opportunity to vote.
Lfit^r the Judge went, to .the office of
his dentist to keep an annual appoint
ment. He makes a practice of having
h!s teeth examined' at least once each
year, and in order that" he shall not
lorget always goes ¦ on election day
after cas-tinff his ballot-
Major and Mrs. Alfred Tanner enter
tained Judge Parker at luncheon. Mrs.
Tanner is the sister of Mrs. , Parker.
After luncheon the Judge drove back to
EsoriUB to receive the election returns
£t Rosemount to-night.
KINGSTON. N. Y.. Nov. S— Judge
Parker slept later to-day than he had
In many months. It was after S
o'clock when he arose. With his secre
tary, Mr. McCausland. he drove to
Kingston, where they cast their ballots.
Judge Parker drove up to the Old
.Pottery on Gree^ikill avenue, the vot
ing, place of the Third District of the
Kighth Ward, a.t 10:40 a. m. A crowd
of Kingston neighbors had assembled
to welcome him and he waa received
The party left for New York at 11
o'clock a. m.. being given a hearty fare
veil greeting by a large number of
the President's friends and neighbors.
\*ho had gathered at the station.
CROWD C11KERS PARKER.
Secretary Loeb, who accompanied the
President, voted in the Seventh Pre
cinct in Oyster Bay.
At Long Island City, on his way to
Oyster Bay, the President was joined
by several friends, among them F. C.
Travers, W. Emlen Roosevelt and his
daughter. Miss Christine Roosevelt,
and Alexander Russell Jr. At Rich
mond Hill Jacob Rlls -boarded the
train ajid came to Oyster Bay with the
President. At Jamaica W. J. Youngs,
United States District Attorney for the
Southern District of New York, also
Joined the party.
OYSTER BAY. L. I., Nov. 8.—Presi
dent Roosevelt and his party arrived
here at 9:41 a. m. to-day on a special
train from Long Island City. The
President was driven directly from the
etation in the carriage of Mrs. J. West
Roosevelt to the polling-place in the
fifth precinct of Oyster Bay. There he
cast his ballot. No. 164.
The polling-place is located in the
second story of the Fisher building.
The President was received with en
thusiasm by an immense crowd. He
eprang briskly from the carriage and
ran upstaiis, entering the polling
place and shaking hands with the elec
tion Judges. He was given his ballot
and retired immediately to one of the
booths, remaining in it scarcely more
than half a minute. As he came out
and handed his ballot to the presiding
judge, a photograph was taken. As he
turned away from the ballot-box he
was cordially greeted by many old
friends and acquaintances, who had
gathered to see him. Descending the
ftairs. he entered the carriage with
Mrs. J. West Roosevelt and went for a
drive. As he drove away the crowd
cheered him enthusiastically.
The President's reception at the sta
tion was notably cordial. The station
building had been decorated with flags
and bunting and a crowd of several
hundred people had assembled to greet
him. He was received with cheers and
the Tva-vlng; of flags as he left his car.
Queen Alexandra Sets Fashion.
There is a strong probability that
Irish poplin is to. become fashionable
among society women. * Queen Alex
andra set the fashion at the end of the
season, and almost Immediately after
the Duchess of Marlborough was seen
in some lovely gowns of the same ma
terial. The Duchess of Manchester fol
lowed In- quick succession,. and all the
American society women who are
guests of Mrs. Adair and her sister,
Lady Barrymore, in Ireland, are pat
ronizing this dress material. Lady
Barrymore has placed a large order
with a reliable firm of poplin manu
facturers In Dublin, with instructions
that several dress lengths were to be
sent to friends of hers in Paris and
New York. — Chicago Chronicle.
WILL REPRESENT : OAKLAND.— Oakland.
Nov. 8.— George R; Babcock, superintendent o*
flre alarm and police 1 telegraph, will act as
delegate from Oakland to the annual conven
tion of the League of California Municipali
ties, to be held this month at Santa Ana. •
Quickly Casts His Ballot
in Oyster Bay and Then
New Postmaster In Hawaii.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 8.— Hee Fat
has been appointed postmaster at
SPRINGFIELD, 111., Nov. 8. — W. D.
Ryan, State Secretary-Treasurer ' of
the United Mine Workers of America,
left to-night for San Francisco 'to at
tend, the annual convention of the
American Federation of Labor.
Union Leader Starts West.
NO TIME LOST
AT THE POLLS
PRINCETON. N. J., Nov. 8.— Former
President Grover Cleveland voted at
the First District polling place. When
he appeared the long line gave way
and allowed him to enter at once. The
ex-President came out of the booth
and after a few words with a friend
he sauntered back to Westlands. Mrs.
Cleveland herself was much interested
in the outcome of the Presidential con
test and made arrangements to-day to
have the returns delivered at her home,
where a number of friends were on
hand to receive the news.
LINCOLN. Nebr., Nov. 8.— W. J.
Bryan voted at Normal Precinct, near
Fairview, his country home near Lin
coln, shortly after noon. His presence
at the polls was cheered by a small
crowd of • Democrats. .After voting
Bryan returned to his home and re
ceived the election' returns there to
night. ' ' . '¦•-..
NEW YORK. Nov. 8.— Chairman
Cortelyou of the Republican National
Committee, who went to Hempstead,
L. I., to-day to vote, was delayed on
his return to this city by trouble on
the Long Island Railroad." He reached
the Manhattan Hotel shortly after 7
o'clock and later went to Republican
national headquarters. He made no
comment on the election.
place. He was in the booth one minute
and twenty seconds. As he left the
polling place Senator Beveridge came
up to vote. ¦;¦.--*¦
H. C. Houghton, C. Baiim. F. M. Hess. Mrs.
Colsen. J. J. Lent and wife, O. H. Hooks and
wife, Mrs. J. ' B. Gibson, A. C. Perry, J. L.
Bach. A. B. Cosby, II. Flschbeck. R. E. Kern.
E. Webster. D. S. Jacobs, E. Moore, M, B.
Higglns and wife, H. C. -Fergerson and wife,
C. , Robinson : and wife, Mrs. J." Carrold, N.
Lynn, G^ J m Kinney.
ST. LOUIS, Nov. 8.— The following
San Franciscans have registered re
cently at the California building of
the World's Fair:
San Franciscans Recently. Registered
- V at the California Building.
VISITORS AT THE FAIR.
At 5:25 the counts was completed, then
the talliers checked. back to make sure
that there had been no mistake. In
five minutes this was done and the
election officers were busy filling out
their books, while four husky men took
the machine down' from its. spindle
le'gs. wrapped the green curtains about
It and stored It in its box.
At 5:13 o'clock the officials were
ready for the cour.t. While Inspector
J. Hauser scrutinized the returns a
Hayes supporter stepped forward and
said, "Wynn 165. Hayes 232," and rush<
ed out. Under the old system he would
have been y hours ;in getting this re
pult. Then the official count began.
Mr. Hauser called off the totals and
the clerks at the tally sheets repeated
back to him. In calling the votes on
the amendments he had reached the
twelfth, going across the machine,
when one of the talliers cried "Hold on!
There are only seven amendments."
That was true, but there were four, or
five votes for' more; no telling from
where they came. .
; A sarnple^of the way in which the
mechanical cabinet was Introduced to
the voters of this city as a cold storage
for Apolitical preferences was witnessed
in Precincts .1 and 5, Tnirty
seventh District. During the day 459
citizens dallied with the pointers and
cranks. Some who voted the ticket
straight did the, trick in ten seconds.
Some took a whole minute . to pick
their. v favorites and a very few had
time called on them at the end of
two minutes. Once the crank or. lever
was not pulled quite far enough and
operations were suspended for twenty
minutes until a machinist could be sent
for at the Registrar's office.-, ¦
At 5 o'clock the doors of the booth
were locked and there were a score of
curious persons and; two policemen at
the elbows of the election officers. For
a few minutes it seemed that the ma
chine would have' to be broken open
with an ax to get at the secrets re
posing in its mechanism, or else help
would have to be called from the Reg
A voung man, Julius Levy, under
took to operate' the keys. He didn't
know that the machine Is as peculiar
as a combination safe. After five min
utes of mistakes he opened the doors
which protect a series. of bright metal
strips, numbered and lettered to cor
respond with- the front of the machine
and the tally sheets. Beside each
strip were three little holes, like rats'
eyes, and from them peeked the nu
merals which told the story of the
election In that particular booth.
Forty Standard voting machines were
used in yesterday's election in San
Francisco. Voters and officials are
satisfied that the day of the paper
ballot and rubber stamp is soon to be
a thing of the past.
the Republican Manager.
NEW YORK, Nov. 8. — The follow
ing: telegrams were exchanged be
tween the- two chairmen of the na
"INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., Nov. 8.—
Hon. George B. Cortelyou, New York.
- : " T . T . TAGGART."
"NEW YORK. Nov. 8. — Hon. T. T.
Taggart, Indianapolis. I appreciate
"GEORGE B. CORTELYOU."
Democratic Chnlrmnn Congratulates
Fire Coinmissioner Sees to It
That Orientals' Stamp
TAGG ART-WIRES CORTELYOU.
BOYNE HERDS CHINESE
LONDON, Nov. 9. — There was a
serious earthquake on the island of
Formosa on November 6. according?
to the Times' -Tokio correspondent.
The center of. the disturbance was at'
Kiayih, -.where 150 houses were de*
stroyed and 78 persons killed and 23
3rachines Please Citizens and
Officials and Prove to Be ;
Over a Hundred Houses De
stroyed and Seventy-Eight
Lives Lost in Formosa
THE S AN vFR ANCISCO f. CALL, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 1904.
Of the (treat Musical Comedy Triumph
Superb gJI B V Great
Scenic gffl« B i Tivoll
Sensation a -" ¦ Cast
Usuat Tivoll crlces 23c. 50c, 73c.
Seats always selllns; Only Mat. Saturday.
The Show of the Season !
John T. Kelly and Company; Twelve
Naval o Girls; Canfleld and Carleton;
Wee Jeanie PI etcher; Reed and Shaw:
Watson. Hntchinsri, Edwards and Com-
pany; The Mis sea Delmoro and Kalley
Regular Matinees Every Wednesday, Thurs-
day. Saturday and Sunday. ' Prices — 10c, 23c
r - CALIFORNIA—^
OTIS B. THAYER and
In tbe Beautiful Pastoral Cotn:dy-
For tb* Saturday night performance B
of this piece the students of Stanford R
. University have purchased ie0O seats. ¦
NEXT SUNDAY MATINEE— The I
furiously funny farce, the big hit of ™
last year. "A FRIEND OP THE FAM- I
. IL.Y." with a cast of great strength. S
BETTER TKA.V- LAST SEASON. I
ALCAZAR B '™r
,-¦;-'-¦ i Gnicnl Masattr.
The Greatest La li^hin^
Hit: for Months. v
This Week— Mats. Sat. and Son.
'/A. C. Gunter's M ° s t Delightful .Comedy,
PRINCE' r s&ffi.
f m- . w»^ w- II . Mansfield
KARL I F " raw " •
Evuji 25o to 73c. Mats. Sat & Sun.. 25c to 5Oo.
NEXT MONDAY — Clyde Fiteh'a Great Play.
For the first time In stock.
Mark-t st:. near Eighth. Phone South 333.
TO-NIGHT — AL.L, THIS WEEK.
. MATS. SAT. AND SUN.
Thrilling Melodramatic Success,
"HER MARRIAGE VOW"
THE TEBRIBT.E TRAIN COLLISION!!!
FIGHT FOR LIFE ON THE PRECIPICE!'.!
. SPELLBINDING ALL THE WAT:!!
PRICES— Eve.. >10c to 60c. Mats., 10c. 15c. 25c.
- ¦ » ¦-- ¦ -
raiace gee & bta i 6[dl
j COURT L<ranginj
room, the EMPIRE
uuu Parlor, the
f> « PALM ROOM. th«
UfatlU LOUIS XV PAR.
\1IU11U LOR, and the LA.
jn aIa.« dies * writing
Hotels eo ?m-
H. W. BISHOP, Lessee and Manager.
TO-NIGHT a^To^^t. THIS WEEK
QCJ^ MATINEE C%E=f~
2Ut TO-MORROW. ZOC
Oliver Morosco Offers HOWARD GOULD. J.
f H. GILMOUR and the Entire Majestic
Theater Company in
An American Citizen
NIGHT PRICES— 20c to'TSa.^
LAST FOUR NIGHTS.
Supported by ANDREW ROBSON In
NEXT SUNDAY MATINEE
[the fatal wedding
ALL THIS AND NEXT "WEEK.
NIGHTLY, Including Sunday.
"THE KIND OF PIECE THE PUBLIC ARE
READY TO ENJOY NOV.'."— ChrontcU. , :
Henry W. Savage Offers George Ade'a Quaint
(Not a musical comedy.)
Bis Cast— Magnificent Production.
And a Soltndld Show Every Afteraooa
- and Evening In the Theater.
TAKE A RIDE ON THE
MTN IATTTEi: EI.ECTIUC BAJXSOAS.
AMATEUR NIGHT THURSDAY.
THE JOHHSinW.i FLQ01 OPENS SUNDAY
ADMISSION.. 10c I CHILDREN .^.So
When Pncctng Ask tor "The " Chutea."
San Francisco vs. Seattle.
. AT RECREATION PARK.'
Eighth and Harrison atx.
TO-DAY and all week days, 3 p. m.
SUNDAY. 2:30'p. M.
LADIES tf REE THURSDAY . AND FRIDAY.
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*;•'•* PRAGERS -
Wednesday Bargain Hints
- Silks Trimmed Hats
(Main Floor.) (Second Floor.)
Black Peau de Soie-24 inches This sale "eludes a large boj
Avide: has double face; heavy, ber of hand-made street hat»,
soft finish: it is as good a cloth black velvet shapes, all nicely
as. is usually sold' y trimmed and finished in the
for Si Soe- ftQ/> n VnrA most popular styles; we also
dal it "OG 3 * arfl have few hats made of f he "
- * . nille ' braid and combinations
Black Taffeta^ — 19-inch guaran- o £ ve i vet and. silk; all are
teed Black Taffeta. This has different and every one is
proved to be one of the most worth $7.50 to $8.00; Q/j iq
popular materials sold this UT spe cial price.... \\ nX
year: the demand has been tre- <P<J«1U
mendous. It is 19 inches wide -— — —; — - — —
and an excep- - Men's Smoking Jackets
tional value at. fl Yffifi fafa Robes
' ¦ % -' (Main Floor.) • -^
Satin Merveilleux — 20 inches smokin* jockett— Five styl»«. In
wide, in colors of cream, black German golf cloth, in brown.
and all the othec popular gg. $££. SSgJ* J? d to SSS
shades. , This is the same ma- with plaid collars, cuffs and
terial we placed on sale Mon- pockets; they regularly *i 5-
day and which was so se " at ' 600: prtc . 0 ;;;;
eagerly bought. The 7Qr smoktn'ff ' jaektts^atede 'of fancy
price is the same, a yard. l/v German cheviot, in mottled ef-
fects. In the new onion brown.
Urocc rinnHc bottle /reen and navy blue; they
I/TOSS UOOVU are entirely new. and at our
Broadcloths and ?•netlana — VT« price are one-tnird less &s or
carry the largest assortment of than the real value; JJu.Od
these cloths of any store In special at • •
San Francisco; the colors are Bath Botoe*— Twenty-flva different
.navy, brown and tan; prices styles in Eiderdown Bath Robes;
for the different qualities there are all combinations of
range from fl>i r a V««./l colors; our prices *are * p An
. 8a . C . tO ...... .«H-«W a l2rfl ga!» O S. dl g4%8 and°.T:
Albatross — Black, cream and col- — . -^ ..
ored Albatross, in the new OlOCK L«OllflrS
colors and desirable in /vrntr, v*}mt >
shades at the low price <™£ "oo^
• J "'" with fancy tabs, covered with
— —^^— — —^^—^^^-^^— —^— tiny black spangles that » t '}t
ITaiVCV VeilirtGT^ with thetr bril- /|/»
"52L 1 ) 11SS I LSI aI e "... W^ h ... 5( !!^ 1C
Fancv Tuxedo and Cross Bar _. ._ _ . _
dots; others are In plain + t (Main Floor.)
effects: they are worth 20c I tp "Witch Hazel — Full quart — regrular
and 25c a yard; special Ifv 50c value; special at 2Sc.
to-day Qood Tooth Brash, with white
- "zz \, ===sz*= i bristles;
\/icit A f special. 5c.
Grocery ,(Qj REUABLB Talcnm
i>ept. YW MARKET^dONFS STS \ Ur l l£
(4th Floor> ' r ' Price. 8c?
All the Shopping Inducements That* Have Made This
Store Popular Are Still Here.
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