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OLDEST PAPER IX
VOL. I.IV. XO. 18.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL., MONDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1904.
PRICE TWO CENTS.
WILL $5,000,000 OF TRUST
EY BUY A
Question by Democratic
Committee in Final
SUM USED BY G. 0. P.
What is the Consideration
Return to Make it a
New York, Nov. 7. The democratic
national committee gave out last night
for publication a formal and final state
ment. It Is addressed to democratic
and independent voters and reads as
"This committee has carried on a
national canvass in a manner, it be
lieves, befitting the dignity and integ
rUy of the American people. It has
advanced no imaginative chums re
specting results and has not accepted
for use in the campaign a single dol
lar from tlio tariff-bred trusts, whose
exactions have so greatly increased the
cost of every necessity of life, anc'
"which are not contributing from their
gains great sums of money to perpet
uate republican rule.
"The democratic candidate, if elect
eel will be absolutely free from obli
gation, direct or implied, to any pei
son or group of persons other than the
whole people who shall have entrusted
to him the maintenance of the welfare
of the republic.
Mr I By Atnlnnc-he r Monrj.
"This committee asks for itself only
no much credit as such conduct of i
canvass may merit, but it does feel
that both the party and the count r;
are to be congratulated upon the fac
that out of the discordance of weak
ness lias been wrought a union of
strength. The difficulties attendant
upon this achievement are well under
stood. At every turn, by every con
ceivable method, in every doubtful dis'
trict of every doubtful state, the ef
forts, which we maintain to have ben
at hast patriotic and know to have
been creditable to both candidate anc'
this committee, have been met by an
avalanche of money.
"The source of supply of this great
republican campaign fund is no longer
a matter of suspension. The republi
can candidate declared, with great ve
hemence, that he had promised noth
Ing more than what he may be pleased
to consider ' square deal' in return foi
campaign contribution. The republi
can chairman, he vigorously asserted
had assured him more than once tha
Ihere had been no necessity for mak
ing direct pledges that it had beei
found possible to obtain all the monej
needed, tip to that time at any rate
without cluing so.
( nil Urn In I Irtunl AiIiiiImmIuiim.
"Neithe r he nor his chairman denied
that contributions had been accepted
from the trusts, for the simple reasor
that the fact was undeniable and eacl
knew that it was susceptible of over
whelming proof. The payments were
"voluntary." not forced; such, and such
alone, was the burden of denials which
were virtual admissions.
"The only question remaining was
how much hail been considered neces
sary. Fortunately, even this informa
tion w.is forthcoming. Simultaneous
with the preparation of the most extra
ordinary temperamental document, in
clicntive of tlie keenest desperation,
which has ever emanated from th
White House, the candidate's most in
limate and trusted adviser, the forme
secretary of war, just returned fron
Washington, was uttering another ate'
more detailed 'defense" of his chief
in this city. 'The mere fact of con
tribtition." he held to be inoffensive.
His chief pride was in the great work
accomplished for so small an e-xpeiiui
ture. "The fact is." he proudly de
clared, "that it is the smallest fund wi
have had for 12 years about one hall
of the republican fund when McKinley
was elected in lSf'O. That fund, it b
well known, was approximately $H.
n00.ot.tu. Accepting these figures a
correct, therefore, the republican chair
man lias had only about $5.000.ooo at
Irii.l Tribute- Admlttrel.
"The chain is completed the trust
contrib utions not denied by either the
candidate or the chairman, unequivo
cally admitted and the amount plainl
stated by the former secretary of war
'l ive millions is the sum. More
could have been fuel, if needed, but
under me pre sent chairman s more
careful direction it was deemed sufS
cient. Hut why did the trusts con
tribute to the republican canvass
'They were asked, says the outspoken
"Did they think they were buying
a presidency? Or were- they content
with the assurance from the republican
Washington. Nov. 7. The weathei
bureau today Issued the following spe
cial forecast for election day:
Fair weather and seasonable temper
ature is indicated for all parts of the
United States Tuesday except some
cloudiness and showers or snow llur
ries in parts of New York, northeast
Pennsylvania, and Ne-w England and
rain on the extreme north Pacific
PLANS TO PREVENT
Ten Thousand Men Marked for Ar
rest if They Appear at New
New York, Nov. 7. Plans to pre
vent illegal voting at the election to
morrow have been made on a scale
that eclipses all former efforts. More
than 10,000 arrests have been arranged
for by the superintendent of elections
providing the men concerned attempt
to vote. About l,0"o election deputies
and a large force of secret service men
will be actively engaged in preventing
voting on fraudulent naturalization pa
TEACHER PUNISHES PUPILS
BY FEEDINC THEM SOAP
Nevada, la.. Woman Tries New Method
to Prevent Swearing and Near
ly Kills Boys.
Des Moines, Iowa, Nov. 7. The in
ternal administration of soap as a rem
ery for swearing has brought grief to
Miss Agnes Green, a rural school teach
er of Nevada. Iowa. Several of 'the
boys to whom she administered the
remedy the last week took such a quan
tity of it they almost died. The par
euts now threaten to have the matter
taken before the grand jury and will
doubtless do so unless the victims re
cover soon. A number of the boys a
the school had caused the teacher trou
ble by swearing, and being opposed t
whipping she resorted to the soap. It
was with difficulty that violence to th
teacher was prevented when the boys'
mothers head of it.
BRYAN PICKS PARKER TO WIN
Predicts Success and Thinks Chances
Are Good in Nebraska.
Omaha. Neb.. Nov. 7. Just prior to
his speech in the Auditorium here Sat
unlay night closing the Nebraska cam
paign. William J. Bryan was asked
what he thought of Judge Parker's
chances, and of the chances of a fus
ion legislature in Nebraska. His re
'"The indications point to the election
of Judge Parker. If we can get a ful
vote in Nebraska the chances are gooe'
for a fusion stare ticket and legisia
Run Down by Train.
Chickasha. I. T.. Nov. 7 J. I
son. vanimaster. ana iieorge .a
irds. division engineer of the
Island railroad, both of Chickasha were
killed by a freight train while.cn ai
inspection trip near this city.
candidate of a square eioai : in eun
cr cum', upon their own testimony, ttie
republican candidate stands today be
fore bis fellow countrymen as one wiil
ing and easier to accept for himself n
presidency that has nil protected
monopolies thi great sum of Jo.'""1,
"Can $r,,iiM.noo of trust money bu;.
a presidency? Can this sum. great as
it it., con'robuted in the- hope of fav
ors M be returned, and gratefully ic
cepted as a necessary means for th"
gratification ef personal ambition, su'-
fice to thwart the will of the Amer
We cannot, win not aim cio nr
believe it. Moreover, we have tne
cheering intelligence to convey to al
democratic, independent and patrio:..:
citizens that the most recent and thor
ough canvasses of the doubtful sta,
are ahsoiiite-iy convincing mat judec
Parker will be elected.
Claim 2TO Utr for I'srkrr.
"Fully appreciating the fact tha.
w;thin -I hours the actual result wil
be known, and kvnly sensible of the
responsibility we assume, we declare
our positive belief that the democrat
ic candidates will receive at least 27
veites in the electoral college.
"We appeal to all patriotic citizens
to do their duty by their country and
participate in the triumph of an un
1 purchaseable people."
AN UNIQUE ONE
All Interest at Close Centered in
Heads of the Two Lead
PARKER ENDED THE APATHY
Wide Difference in Claims of Hana
gers Leads Both to Hope for
New York, Nov. 7. With sensation
al and dramatic exchanges of charges
and replies between the candidates.
one of the most remarkable presiden
tial campaigns of recent times was
practically brought to a close Satur
day night. The whirlind finish predict
ed two months ago has been realized.
The usual features of a candidate at
tacking his opponent in office and forc
ing him into making a reply, followed
by a rejoinder from the candidate, is a
novelty and furinshes the main topic
of conversation where politics are dis
cussed. I'arkrr Hn IMeawrrt.
The appearance of Parker on -a
public platform marked an epoch In
the political campaign of 1S94, for up
to that time it had been apathetic and
uninteresting. From his first speech
to the last he has been growing more
and more vigorous, and more direct
in his assertions, to the elation of dem
ocrats who have clamored for more
life and ginger in the canvass.
The republican canvass lacked in
terest until cabinet officers, senators
and men close to the president, be
gan making replies to Parker's charg
es, but their part in it was insignifi
cant, compared to the bomb exploded
by Roosevelt in his statement printed
n-pulili-nnH We-re Sll-nl.
Silence has marked the management
of the republican campaign. Put one
pronouncement or claim has been
made by any official of the republican
national committee, and nearly every
"douhtful" state was displayed in the
republican column. This was prompt
ly answered by democratic managers
with a claim of the same "doubtful"
states and a sure majority in the elec
The wide difference in claims has
furnished sufficient doubt to give the
followers of both candidates confident
hopes of success, and to keep the in
terest of partisans keen until the re
sult is known. Up to within three!
weeks of election the campaign was
Continued on Page Four.)
SHALL SALE OF FAVORS TO TRUSTS FOR CAMPAIGN
FUNDS BE GIVEN INDORSEMENT OF THE PEOPLE?
Judge Parker in Reply to Roosevelt Says This Question Will be Paramount One for Voters to
Decide Tomorrow Charge Has Been Admitted, Not Refuted.
Brooklyn. N. Y.. Nov. 7. Judge Par
ker Saturday night delivered a speech
here in reply to the statement issued
by President Roosevelt. He was greet
ed by an intensely interested and en
thusiastic audience. He said in part:
"The purpose u nl' address tonight
is to call attention to the; fact that in
his strangely belated reply to my
speech of twelve days ago. the presi-
lent has not met the issue created
since tne piatrorms were- auopn-u,
namely: can trusts purchase the elec
tion? Whatever results may follow
from his address, the campaign fund
cannot b interfered with. It has
Judge Parker here quoted at length
from his speech of Oct. 24 in which he
discussed the influence of trusts Selec
tions. He continued:
Wnrnrd thr lcilc.
"You have learned from its reading
that the purpose of that address was to
warn the people against tiie corrupting
f the electorate by tariff bred trusts
and othe-r monopolies. It contained no
eritieisni of the president. It simply
calbd attention to a notorious and of
fensive situation, a situation which pre
sented to my minl tie greatest of the
moral issues of the campaign, yes of
He said that if Roosevelt had ac-
cepted tne suggestions mane anu n.iu
said he would join him t Parker) m an
"en'on to protect the bailor of the honest
citizen from being over-ridden by mer
chandise ballots." it would have sound
ed "like the Roosevelt he once knew."
"And if he had followed it by acts
in the execution of his words, it would
have be-en of far less consequence to
the people which one of us should be
elected than it is now. But he did not
do it. He shut his eyes to what was go
inu on. and since that time there have
be-e-n frequent meetings of trust mag
nates and moneys have been poured
into the treasury all the more freeh
and all the more plentifully, be cause of
the a'titude taken by me and which it
is true, I have enforced from day to
I - ot Dear.
Parker declared "the
does not deny the
now," and in sup
jxrt of this quoted
from the statement of
Reported Stoessel Has
Retired to Inner
Great Battle in North Still De,
ferred Troops Prepare
London, Nov. 7. Reports that the
Russians have been driven from the
forts defending the city of Port Arthur
and have taken refuge in the fortifi
cations of the Liati peninsula come,
from correspondents in Chefoo and
Tien-Tsin. These stories arc not con
firmed by Japanese advices.
Altnrk W'nn Kspe-e-trcl.
Mukden. Nov. 7. The Russian and
Japanese armies extending from Rent
siaputze east to the I.iao river, west
at places are almost within a stone's
throw of each other. The Japanese
on Saturday night attacked some of
the Russian outposts but the Russian?
had been warned and the Japanese
were repulsed leaving 2S bodies. Th
Russians lost nine men.
Both armies are still strengthening
their positions all along the line. The
slightest movement on either side is
the signal for firing which occasionally
lasts all night. The Russians are us
ing six-inch guns on the railway which
greatly harass the Japanese.
(irente-Mt Untile AMU lie Koiijiht.
Undoubtedly the most decisive if not
the greatest battle of the year will be
fought in the vicinity of Shakhe river
The Russians are confident of theii
ability to hould their positions. The
soldiers are building mud htits for
Dog Shatters Two Lives.
Topeka. Kans., Nov. 5. The Kan
sas supreme court nas affirmed the
life sentence of F. T. Appleton for
the murder of V.".J. Talbot, city mar
shal of Lacrosse. Apple-ton's dog in
sisted on obstructing the sidewalk, anc
when Talbot ordered him removed Ap
pleton shot him.
which he said the question of contribu
tions that have been made to either
party is not the question at issue, but
that the point is that Parker's asser
tion is in effect that such contribu
tions were made for improper motives
and in consequence of improper prom
ises on the part of the recipients.
"That is the only paragraph in
Roosevelt's statement, which touches
on the epiestion whether trusts have
made contributions to the republican
campaign fund. It is almost in the
terms of an admission that th ? trusts
have contribute to the republican
fund." said Parker. "In coupling ihe
democratic campaign fund with the ie-
publican fund the president attempted
to so associate the two thai a eieii'al
of his assertion could not be; made
without implicating thj democratic
"He is in a posit ioa to know what
contributions have been made to th"
republican national -.i-unot tu by
trusts. If there had been no trust
contributions he could easily h;ve said
so. lie eiin not say se. lie cannot
say so. He has waited until the closing
hour of Ihe campaign to make easier
Ihe pretense of an answer. Put it is
not an answer. It is a confession with
a plea in avoidance addressed to a
kindly and generous people.
l'or--l to llakr tnt-ni"nt
The speaker said "Roosevelt himself
denies only that definite immunity from
prosecution has been promised the
trusts fe-r their assistance. He declares
that he is merely to give them a
'square ejeal," as the terms may be in
terpreted not by the laws of the land
but by himself. It is plain that, when
the time shall come to determine what
a 'square deal' between the govern
ment and contributing trusts really is.
the beneficiary of the generosity of the
latter must either recognize their ser
vice or confess himself guilty of base
"The president's argument and his
position seems to justify trust contri
butions, and th? inference he would
lave the public draw from his utter
ance, is of course, that contributions
have been made by trusts to the demo
cratic national committee. At this
time, therefore, I am justified in rnak-
ng a statement which I had not in
tended to make.
KEEP AWAY OR
WE FIRE ON YOU
Signaled by Rojestvensky to Eng
lish Warships That Are
BUT IT WAS ONLY A BLUFF
Japanese Minister at The Hague De
nies That He Planned North
London. Nov. 7. A dispatch to the
Daily Mail from Tangier quotes a nav
al officer as saying that Admiral Ro
jestvensky was annoyed by the Brit
ish warships following his fleet from
Vigo. He signaled:
"If you do not keep off we will
The British promptly answered "Fir
away." The Russian commander die'
not carry out his threat.
Four British warships are following
DenirN II-K-eI I'lot lit Hni&ut-.
The Hague, Nov. 7. Naboukata
Mitsuhashi, the Japanese minister to
the Netherlands, in an interview de
nied absolutely the statement cabled
from St. Petersburg on Nov. 5 that he
had organized at attack on the Rus
sian Baltic squadron. If Russia
should produce, as the "high author
ity" in St. Petersburg is quoted as
saying would be done, before the in
ternational commission a message pur
porting to have been sent by the Japa
nese minister "containing complete evi
dence that such was the case," Mr
Mitsuhashi said the document woulc
be a forgery.
Heitely Kor McelliiK
London. Nov. 7. After today's cab
inet meeting the foreign office said
the Anglo-Russian agreement on the
subject of the inquiry into the North
sea incident is practically complete.
THE MINERS' UNION
Abandon Their Own Organization in
Illinois and Return to
La Salle, 111., Nov. 7 The hoisting
engineers' union in Illinois is a thin;
of the past. The old engineers have
returned to work and have joined the
"I request eel the democratic national
campaign managers. Mr. President,
that they should not receive directly
or inelirectly. from any trust, any
money for campaign purposes. I no
tified them that I proposed, if elected
to enter upon the discharge of the du
ties of that great office unhamiered
by any obligation te interests or to
men. I said to them that I would
rather be defeated than be fettered in
an effort to accomplish the reforms
that are so sorely ueeled. And I am
advised by them that my request has
been scrupulously respected.
"Instead of cooperating with me in
checking this monstrous evil, which
seriously threatens the liberties of our
people, he ealb-d into consultation your
lpte attorney gone-nil, and from that
consultation, he came out te make an
attack upon me for venturing to criti
cise the attempt of the trusts to con
trol the cle'ctiem. He did not answer
the charge nor attempt. te. He elid at
tempt to dive rt public attention. I re
gret to say to you that it then se e im-d
apparent to me, Mr. President, that be
regarded Ihe election of more impor
tance than the checking of this evil."
K-ieiilB I tie- ef linr jex.
The speaker here re peated in sub
stance his former statements regarding
the creation of the department t com
merce, the- selection by the president of
his private secretary for the head of
that department, and later the choice
of that officer for chairman of the. na
tional republican committee. Continu
ing he saiil:
"Now these; facts are not challenged
n the statement of the president nor
can they be. The statute was passed
and mony was appropriated to probe
the trusts. Courtelyou was appointed
at the head of it. He was withrut ex-
pe-iie-nce in natienal politics, and yet
the preside-nt says in his statement 'I
chose Co rt el you as chairman cT the
"Now that this intended crime
against the franchise; has bee-n e-xioscd
in time, nejw that contributions of this
money by these gre at mejnopolies look
ing for a continuance of old favors, or
seeking new ones, stands admitted;
now that the se.- contributions have be-en
made- in suh sums as to induce and
(Continued on Page Eight.)
SIDES 16 LARGE
LAIW1S ON EVE OF ELECTION
Ksopus. N. Y., Nov. 7. Judge Par
ker resumed the supervision of his
farm work today with apparent zest.
He exhibited almost boyish delight
at getting back into outdoor life after
his busy week campaigning. The
judge will drive to Kingston early to
morrow to cast his ballot. Office seek
ers have- begun to monopolize the in
coming Esopus mail and many letters
have been received by Parker.
Defeat of Extremists a Decisive Re
buke for General
Rome. Nov. 7. Definite returns
show all members of the cabinet have
been reelected. The government has
been victorious over the extremists,
vho lost 20 seats. Almost all the large
towns joined Milan and Genoa in de
feating the extremists as a manifesta
tion against the general strike. This
really was the predominant note in
WORTH QUARTER OF PRICE
PAID FOR A CORONET
Supposed Wife of Harry Thaw Offers
To Release Claim for
Pittsburg, Pa.. Nov. 7. neeniin
herself to be worth at least one-fourth
ejf the $ I.nOO.oitO paid by the Thaw
family to the earl of Yarmouth to be
stow a coronet upon Alice Thaw, Miss
l'velyn Nesbit, the model, has uoii
tied the Thaws, it is said, that she will
re-linquish all claims as the wife ol
Harry Thaw for $2."u.(i0i) spot cash.
Miss Nesbit. er rather Mrs. Thaw
if her contention that she was legally
wedded to Harry Thaw is well based,
has informed the Thaws that she is
willing to give; up her husband for
the sum speeified. She says that wh"i
the money is paid she will return to
IOurope, and be r husband, after the
expiration ejf a year, may sue for a
divorce on the ground of 'desertion.
LAW DECLARED VALID
United States Supreme Court Passes
On Noted Newspaper
Washington. Nov. 7. The- supreme
court of the I'nited State s affirmed the
decision of the supreme- court of W's
consin in the ne wspaper boyco't case
arising fmm alleged business combina
lion of the Sentinel, News and Kvenjng
Wisconsin of Milwaukee against the
Journal affecting advertising rates
The opinicm was deiivereil by Justice
Holmes and upheld the? validity of the
"Wisconsin antitrust law so far as it
npplieel to this case.
COACHMAN GETS $150,000;
HEIRS OBJECT TO TERMS
Will of Indianapolis Woman Who Died
in California Will Be Contested
Indianapolis. Ind.. Nov. 7. The' will
of Mrs. Minora Chambe rs, claughie r oi
Cen. T. R. Morris, has been ree-eive'd
here; from California, where- she- re
cently clied. anel it is b-arned thi'i s'.e
has made he r coachman. Harry flraves
her heir. The estate is vaiue-e at $1 ."'.
iiii'i. (.rave-s e-anie to the home eif Mrs.
Chanibe-rs a tramp and in rags, and
she befriended him. Her brothers will
contest the will.
FRANK M. TINDALL AT REST
Burial Yesterday With Pythian Hon
ors, Lodge Members Attending.
Frank M. T!nd;i!l was laid at rest
yesterday afternoon in Chippiannoek
cemetery, the; members ejf St. Paul
lodge. Knights of Pythias, to which be
belonged, arte ruling as a boely the ser
vices lit the home, 2 Hi Thirteenth
street, at the F'irst Metholist church
land at the grrve-. Rev. Henry Prink
of Tavlfir Itidsc. h lonn time; friend
i of the deceased, conducted the ser-
! vices, and preached the scrmem at the
church. He was assisted by Rev. R. li.
Williams, pastor of the- church. The
nallbearers were; R. E. Little, Phi!
: Zahn, A. Freeburg, Van Reeves, Wil
! liarii Caldwell and William Cropper.
Strongly Contend They
Have Doubtful States
Leaders in Illinois Devoting
Their Efforts to Getting
Out the Vote.
Chicago. Nov. 7. With the activities
of the presidential campaign practi
cally closeel in neatly every state to
day was devoted by the party leaders
to a revision of ferecasts on the latest
reports and holdings of conferences
with reference to the details of tomor
With few except ions the campaign
managers have had but little cause to
change their estimates and predictions
of Saturday and Sunday.
With fair weather promised for to
morrow in New York an extremely
large vote is looked for in the city, and
state. All preparations feir ge-tting out
and protecting the vote hare been com
pleted, and both sides continue to ex
press the utmost confidence in the re
sult. tinny Sliirlm AHetnt.
As is usual the day before election
brings out stories of colonization and
alleged attempts to force through the
votes of men not entitled to cast a bal
lot "but there is nothing to show the
quiet of the city is likely to be disturb
ed. There will be a full force t(f poll
watchers for each of the parties, eery
policeman In the city hall will be oil
duty, and the courts will sit all clay
to settle whatever disputes may arise.
lllr Vole ,(,. H,,v.
In Rhode Island it is ant icioateel the
largest vote in the history of the state
will be polle'd as a result of the In
crease'd registration elue to the- intense
interest in the presidential race.
I're-elle-l 34MMMHI In lrnn Ivnnln.
The republican managers in Penn
sylvania predict over .KiO.tton majority
-riiion( I lie piililiriin.
The only interest in Vermont se-e-med
to be- whether the republican pluralifv
would exce-ed that given Gov.-eleet
Hell in September.
The- state ami congressional ticke-ts
are the- only source of anxiety in Mas
sachusetts, as ihe state is couei'le ( for
Ciri-.iTiil Apnthy In Mnint.
Neithe-r party in Maine will make
my particular attempt to bring out
the vote, as it is believed the state; is
Ilfh 'nHilt-nt In crnn-4-t ia-ut.
The chairmen of both state ce ntral
committees expressed confidence of
carrying Connecticut for both the- na
tional and state tickets. Kach chair
man stated the; success of his party
will elepe nd in a large lne-asure upon
the size of the plurality given by the
cities in which the socalled labeir vote:
will be he-avy. Tlune are indication.
of many unexpectedly close local con
tests over minor offices which, while
they may not affect the general resUii
on the national anil state tickets, may
cause- more or le-ss delay in the count
r llmiiUHliIre- for lloemre, pit.
A big vole is ;mt ielpjite d in New
Hampshire and it is generally b-lliver.
the state will give Roosevelt a good
iJfiti I lie. Ural lri;liilii.
Democratic confidence in the- eiut-
eeuiie in West Virginia is incre-asing.
Henry C. Davis, vice; pre-sident ial cau-
ilidate-. sends most encouraging r--
leirle te be-a dej uart e-rs. anel says the
Mat' is no )ong-r to be calle-d doubtful.
Ilrlnnnrr Itoulitf nl.
In Delaware the; ilerii'cratic leaders
are claiming the state by a substantial
majority but the compromise effected
by the; uniejn and rcgukir republicans
is expe'cte-d io give ihe electeral vote
to Roosevelt by at least C.0Q0 majority.
Warm la Nr Jrrr.
The campaign in New Jersey has
been so heated the respective guber
natorial candidates will not cease their
spe chrnaklng until tonight. Roth re
publican and democratic manage a:j
claiming the electoral vou with the
chances apparently in favor ejf the for
mer. Work f .rf Hut Voir.
Rf'th parties are preparing to bring
out a full vote in Illinejis and repert
to Stat he adquarte-rs con tain nothing
to change materially the outlook fr
either Ihe stale or national ticket. Re
publicans claim the state by 120,ti'io
while the democratic managers will
(C'eritinue-el n Pagej Blr.)