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FIFTY-SIXTH YKAK.-XO. 1!).
TIH TltSDAY. XOYKMHKK 8, 100(5.
PKICK TWO CKNTS.
ELECTION RETURNS STILL
INCOMPLETE IN PLACES
PEN PICTURES OF PROMINENT PEOPLE
MSINKABLE LIFE BOAT
FOR PRESIDENT'S SAFETY
FAMILIAR FACES AS SEEN IN ROCK ISLAND'S EVERYDAY LIFE.
New York Exceedingly
Close Outside of
KANSAS IN DOUBT
Official Count Necessary to De
cideCummins Has 20,
000 in Iowa.
New York. Xov. S. Wit ii nearly com
plete rot urns from 1 of the 01 e-oiint ies
of the state, Chanh-r. demoeratic candi
date fur lieutenant governor, has a Iea-I
over l!tuce republican, tif I'ti.'iT. Ue
turns are coming extremely slow and
the count on the remaining state ticket
is far from be-ing complete.
Win ly tl.lUMI In Missouri.
St. Louis. Xov. S. Fuoflicial returns
from ln.'i of the lit counties in Mi
sonri show the democratic state ticket
won by a majority of probably ',.immi.
In the legislature the democrats will
have a majority on joint ballot.
Rochester. N. V.. Nov. S. While poll
ticians concedeel Ke-presentati ve James
W. Wail.sworth would not receive his
usual large plurality, they were not
wholly prepared for his defeat lv Pe-
ter A. Porter. In former years Wads
wort n iiaet not found it necessary tov
make' a thorough canvass and the ne
cessity for it this fall was not appar
ent to him until ne-ar the close ef the
Ilrt-f Altllmle InCtl.
On the other hand. Porter hail from
the be'ginning exerted every effort at
his command to bring almut his e lec
tion. Aibied to this was the sentiment
that has arisen against Wadsworth in
.his. district .on account eif his favoring
the packers in the present beef scan
eia!. which farmers resented with een
sidorable bitterness, and which was
te-ized and amplified by his opponent
throughout the campaign.
I umiiiinH linn IMHH).
Pes Meiines, Nov. S. Iowa's election
is a question ef republican plurality
ciily, and all indications jmint to a pin
lality of about 2').iimi for Cummins
with the chances that the rest of tho
Ktate oflicers will run a little above
that. Democrats made- the biggest
gains in the senate, where they elected
10 members, giving them II members,
where at the last election they had but
eight. They elected members ef the
house, where last session they had
I.ncry Im Out.
Final returns show Congressman La
cey has been defenteil in tlu Sixth elis
tiict by 1). W. Hamilton, democrat. In
the First and Stcond districts, hereto
fore in doubt, republicans have elected
, Ilolh Claim KanxaM.
Toiieka, Nov. 8. At 11 this morning
both republicans and democrats are
claiming the ele-ction of their camli
elate for governor. Chairman Crumnier
re publican, I ased his claim upon the
returns from 00 out of 105 counties.
which, he asserted, were verified. lie
estimated Hoch's election by 4,1L'9. Th
nine missing counties two years ago
jave Hoch a plurality of 1.713.
ilarrl Im Saocuine.
Harris, the elemoeratic candidate for
governor, saiel the result was so close
it would take the; official count to ele
cide, but lie believed his chances of
ebction equally as gejejel as Hoch's.
iir-t All Other Office.
Tupeka, Nov. 8. Outside the head of
the- ticket the reimblicans elected the
entire state ticket, ami will have an
overwhelming majority in the legisla
ture, which will name a successor to
1'nitcd States Senator Itenson, and
elected all the tight congressmen.
Smellx I 'rami.
David Overmeyer. the democratic
canelidate for attorney general, teiday
in an interview is epioled as saying tho
republican leaders are making an effort
to cejiint out Harris, the elenucratic
candidate fer governor.
Uurkr WIom Out.
Fargo. N. D.. Nov. 8. Late and cor
rected returns give Burke, democrat,
for governor a plurality of 3.1S5.
Clllarlt (iiivfrnor of California.
San Francisco. Nov. 8. Fuller re
turns today do not materially change
the first,- showing, and indications are
that the republican party has elected
its fctate ticket from top to bottom.
Gillett was elected governor by a plu
rality exceeding 12.000. A solid repuli
lican delegation has been elected to
Republican to- Suceeed Clark.
Helena, Mont., Nov. 8. Reports from
every county in the state indicate the
legislature which will elect a senator
to succeed V. A. Clark will be republi
can by '. majority on joint ballot.
llurlitieM on Ticke-l.
New York, Nov. 8. The? entire state
derneicratic ticket with the exception
of Hearst has apparently been elected
by the fidleiwing pluralities:
C'iianli-r. liiutt nant gevnnr S.CtH
Whah-ii. secretary 1. 1" stale U.StJI
Jjrksi.ii. attorney j;. ii i:il !."
Iliusi-r. I re-asm r l.".,-J;3
iSlynn. cunt roll'-r 4.."!:i4
Skene, slat'- engineer 1 H.S:S
Hughes plurality for gove rnor is now
placed al Ou.yiM.
When it appeared that pluralit ies far
al:e-ad tif the Color pluralitv of ILM.tMM)
for governor had bi en se-ored by all
the )eiuocratic stale' candidates but
He-arst in (ireatcr New York, tin police
devoted a good dial ef atttnlion to
gelling in and tabulating the wlmie
stat tie ki't vote here-.
I'itiiireM in City.
l"h ligures below are tho police fig
ure'.-;, except linc-i" lor goVt i nor, wnicn
are tlie tSiin s. I he seve-rai piuraui ies
which must be ollVe-t by the' republican
upstafe pluralities are:
Mi.inlr. lifiit-ii.i :it K.ivtiin'
, .1 ::;.::: :i
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. 1 IS.bSi.
V li.i sii .i ry !' statf...
J.n Kson. altirrii-y
Ki'iii i jl . . . ,
ellynii .i-i.tit ii'l li-r
ItaiisiT, i liasii nr
Skt iii-, ng in r .
1 1 null I'm Vlaki's si:ilrin'iil.
New York, Nov. S. "ll is a viettjry
fiir sobrb ty and de'ei-ncy in the admin
istration of government." saiel Hughes
last night, ' l'.ut t!ie people will not
tolerate indiliYre'tice to public wrongs.
They dij-iie' neiihe-r exaggeration nor
iutlammaiory appe-a! em tho otto' hand
nor moral nr peditical eibiuseness on
the ot her.
I he e-iee-tion is a reiu:ce to dema
gogical meilind-: and it is also impre s
sive in its demands for respeinsihlc
'"I sltall address myself to the- task of
squaring the administration of the gov
crinm tit with ih' interest ef the? peo
ple, confident that I may rely upon the
support eif all good citizens, not only
those who veiled for ine. but also those
who. in the intensity eif their desire' to
e'lid abuse's, veiled for my oppeuient. To
the work eif insuring, to the exte'nt of
my power, the jwsf administration of
tW ..-government" eif this state, f shall
deveife mysedf unreservedly"
The' Independence' le ague last night
issued the' following: '"Reports from
upstate indicate not only that Hearst
cut elown the republican vote material
ly, but that the- Independence h-ague
vote for Hearst was not. counted in
many cemnties. These veites will have
to be adder! to the announced result eif
Hearst's vole in order to give the cor
rect Hearst figures in the state." TJic
statement the-n name's several counties
in which this alleged irregulai ily or
curred.. and cemtinucs:
"Facts eleviloped last night explain
the- great falling off eif the total vote
e-asf Tuesday as eeimpared with the
total vote' cast tvve years ago. The re i
no doubt that the vote's represented by
this falling eilT we're- cast for Hearst and
Department of Justice Prepared to Pros
ecute as Result of St. Louis
Washinglem, Nov. 0. The depart
nient of justice has issued instructions
to S. .1. Lehman, special counsel, to
begin proceeding against perrons be;
lie-veil to be implicated in the recent
e lulu .zleme nt eif fr.l.r.lHi from the sub-
treasury at St. Louis.
PORTO RICO UNIONISTS WIN
Republicans Overwhelmingly Defeated
in All Seven Districts.
San .luan. 1. It., Neiv. 8. The union
ist party se-eire-d an overwhelming vic
tory at tiie pedis, carrying all the seven
elistrie-ts of the island. The republi
cans are- le-lt without representation in
the next house of delegates
In the last ele-ction the unionists car
ried live district.-; and the republicans
The unionists won in a majority eif
the municipalities, the re-publicans bare
ly saving San Juan. The Arecibo dis
trict, where the federation eif labor
made a concentrated effort with the
assistance of $1.Mmi contributed by the
American Federation of Labor, made a
surprisingly insignificant showing, the
vote cast amounting to practically
WOULD STOP BOMB MAKING
Russian Government Negotiating with
Other Countries for Purpose.
St. Petersburg, Nov. S. The Russian
government has opened negotiations
with other governments with a view of
concluding supplementary extradition
treaties, covering fugitives accused of
the preparation or appropriation of ex
plosives for use in the manufacture of .
M. C. RICK.
I 'l-Dprifl fr i if t lie I .( 1 1 ! 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 1 i i s 1 1 1 1 ( s i 1 1 1 ( 1 1 s;i l . M r. lic is one
iT niTi it re?sot 1 1 a 1 i (. - He i.-.t in ui.'u fittni )u mi i tp-i 1 1 ei I ieii.-s i V ll vk 1
lilli'l. I le? t:iuii' 1 1 t h is ii ry IYi!ii t I ii tircv-i. whi'ie he 1 h--;.! ii his I nisi i less
c:iivt;r iiiul linl heoii eimire(l in l!i' el-it 1 1 i t 1 nisi tu-ss 1 I ye'itrs jiriopto
his i-oiniiir to li ik Ishiuel. He is :i pusher ami is i u t i-ivste-i I i u all that
makos fer lioek Lslainl's all iiiinii'tit ami a I am-fiiii'ii t . The Loiiilmi
1 iii hi itiLT at 1 7 1 : timl 1 7 1 ." Scrom 1 a 'em i one l' t he handsomest lm-ivan-t
i It; liloe-ks in t he? t h iv? ei ties, 1 H-ars t est i mony t d h is ej.ntcrin isi' ami i-e
fjTivssi ve spirit . Air. Hicisa incniber nl' the iJiick Island 1 uli and eil' tho
J ick Island iJcl ail Meiiliau t s' assoeial ion.
SLAP AT UNION
President Orders Reprimandirg
of Willis L, Moore, Chief
TRANSFERRED A PRINTER
After Latter Had Refused to Pay
Strike Assessments and Had Been
Barred by Typos.
Washington, Nov. S. President
Reeise-velt has directed that a re-pri-m.md
be? administered to Willis L.
Mo-.re. cliie-f eif the weathe-r bureau,
for his action in the ease eif a printer
i:'-;ned Cooper, employed in his office
and who had be-en expelled from the
typographical union for not paying
assessments. Moore, it is a,-
e.'.e-ii, urged Cooper te pay bis assess
ii'iiits. but the latter refused and be
v as expelled from tne union. i ii u
(V,.pcr was transferred to New Or-
:c:'ik and he chiimed this aetiem was
Intended as a punishment for not eom-
1 lying with the demands the union.
Will lie Itein.slata'il.
The civil service commission lull
that Moore's action in urging th.j pay
ment of assessments was - improper.
and that Coeiper s transfer would not
be for the gexd of the service, as this
vvemld give the impression that it was
intended as a punishment. Coopr,
accordingly, will be re-instated in his
former position in the weather bureau
in Washington and the reprimand to
Moore will be administered by the sec
retary of agriculture.
& Co. Owed $2,350,000 in
London, Nov. S. At a meeting of
the creditors of the firm ef McFayden
& Co.. bankers, the Iximlori house of
Arbuthnot & Co., bankers of Madras,
which suspended payment the day its
president committed suicide, the chair
man annemnced the liabilities in Im-
elort amounted to $2,n.0,'itM) and assets
The Indian liabilities ex-
JJ M 4,.. r-y
NEW GOVERNORS AND
Alabama. B. B. Comer, D 25.000
California, J. N. Gillett, R 10,000
Colorado, H. A. Buchtel. R 12,0U0
Connecticut R. S. Wocdrjff, R. 20,000
Idaho, F. R. Gooding. R 7.C0O
I own, A. B. Cummins, R '. 15.0C0
Kansas. E. W. Hoch, R 3.000
Massachusetts, C. Guild, R 34,000
Michigan, F. M. Warner. R 100.000
Minnesota, J. A. Johnson, D... 4,000
Nebraska, G. L. Sheldon, R 10,000
Nevada, John Sparks, D 1,000
N 2 w York, C. E. Hughes. R...' 52.000
North Carolina.. J. Burke, D 40,000
Pennrylvania, E. S. Stuart, R... 52,000
Rhode Island, J. M. Higgins, D. 1,23i
South Carolina, M. Fansel, D... 50,000
South Dakota, C. I. Crawford. R 25,000
Tennessee. M. R. Pattison, D... 25.CCQ
Texas, T. M. Campbell, D 250,000
Wisconsin, J. O. Davidson, R.. 50,000
Wyoming. B. B. Brooks, R 6,000
WISCONSIN MOB IS
PREPARED TO LYNCH
Ncoce Ready for Prisoner Accused of
Criminal Assault on a
Spring Cree-n, Wis., Xov. S. A meib
of ,r.ii0.p( ople aMcnipl.ed to lynch Tho
mas P.alf em his arrival here today un
der arje-st. charged with assault on
Mrs. K.lward Frank.
The 'prisoner was rushed to jail. The
mob neveri lieless suspended a noose
from the water tower and made ready
lor the lynching. A crowd surged
around the jail'and eleelafed that P.alf
would he strung up at P, o'eleie-k when
he was brought nut fer a hearing..
Chicago. Nov. S. The switchmen to
day accepted the eilTer eif the managers
of the western reads for an increase eif
cents an hour in wages. A further
increase eif P. cents will be determined
TILL LOVES WIFE
Assertion Regarding Count Boni
de Castellane by His
INTERFERENCE IS INTIMATED
Charge cf Bribing Witnesses Brought
Against Kelly, Countess Amer
Paris. Nov. S. The hearing eif the
CadiJane divorce' Miit was resumed
this morning. Maitre l'onnet, ceiimsel
for Count P.oni, consumed less than an
hour in concluding his argument for
ine e-oiiui. ue coniinuou ins criticisms
or Kdmiiud Ke-lly, the American law
yer of the countess, and persisted in
his demajid for the examination eif wil-ni'Sf-es
in eirder, he said, to permit of
the ease" be ing probed ti the bottom.
Kiiiil lr- 4 hililrcii in l-'rnne't.
Coiiuse 1 added that in the event eif
a divorce' being granted, the count will
ask for permission to see the children
two days each week and a month in
the summer, and that the countess be
enjoined from taking t lie children to
Aine-rica without his consent. Counsel
concluded with the assertion thai he
convine-e'd I hat the ceiuntess, if free t.i
obey the dictates of her conscience1,
would ye-t e-onsent to a reconciliation
and solemnly assured the court ejf the
count's respect, este'em and undying
alTe-ction for his wife.
--kx to llivrrt Allnillon,
Maitre Cruppi, for the countess. In
reply, charged the ceiunt's lawyer with
se eking to divert attention from the is
sue "at. the bar by making an unprece
dented and baseless attack on Kelly,
who he declared enjoyed a standing in
the United Slates and France which
made his defense superfluous. Cruppi
read a letter freim Kelly denying the
charges made against him and then
produced what he de-clared to be forg
ed documents by which, counsel
charged, the cejunt in July attempted to
convince his wife that Kelly was con
cerned in a pleit to accomplish his pedi
At the conclusion of the pleading J
the case was adjourned for the' we i k
Sprinu Si-iihiiI ion.
Paris. Nov. A m-w .sensation in
the? Caste-lhine divoree suit, was sprung
in the tribunal of the Seine yesterday
wheu the? count's lawyer. Maitre l'.oti
net, charged Kduiund Ke lly, the couu-
sel eif the Ainerieiiu embassy, eif hav
ing coiie-oe-teil a p!o to bring about, a
divore-e between the e-oiiui and e-oun:
e .-;s in order to g;iin control of the im
me-nse fortune if the eountei.s, bit. to
her bv her father, .lav Could.
Maitre- Itonm-t further chnrtred that
Kelly direeteil I he campaign agains
the e-oiint, that he- employed iletcctivcs
Dud supported the.-ir e-vidence wiihlbar.
of dise-harged servants and chauffeurs.
Illtil Mliil:iilN It a-ntl .
M. Piaini't read allidavits saying that
Mr. Ke-lly bael olTered money for testi
mony. Some' who had rei-ei veil the
offer ae-Y-eplcd it. while others lejeeled
it. Le-tli-rs were read to show that a
( haufleiir and a mail re d'hoiel who had
simrlly before been ili: e ha I 'ge-d by
Count Caste-llane bad bi-eoiiu- rieli by
im an:-, of the evidence they had galh
red for Mr. Kel!. the mail re d'hote
bavin-.!, a $ln,niiii villa at Dinard.
Keferring ti eun- letter produe cd by
the plainiiit' from a vveiiuau. M. Punnet
s-aid ii mi.uht refer to a liaison :i n 1
el.ning the ln;ini:ii-e :i 1 1 1 that ii did not
e-oiic.- li the coiinte-ss.
I I iira-N of It. -nis I (i-fi-iiHi-.
In opening for the defence, M. P.on
net .aid that bovsever viob-ut the count
f-altaeks might, be. l!ie count in ve-r
would f;iil to respect the wife who
biar. hi.-; name and he had no words to
ray which would wound lie-r. Counsel
added that he would not deny the
count's et ra vaanee, Imi the' -ouiiless
in marrving liiiu and e-oming to Paris
ei.uld not expec; to play' tin- part of a
f ociety ipui u at the cost of middle- elas
life. In three years t hi- e onnlcss would
not b- poou r Imi rich' r by the sale of
l.i r palaces in the Champs Klysoe, Hi,
('ball au Marais, and her art 1 1 i-asure-s
BLAMED FOR WRECK
Coroner's Jury Decides He Is Rer.pon
bible for Atlantic City Car
Atlantic City. N. .1., Nov. S. .Uler a
stormy scene, lasting seve i.il hours, the
coroner's jury late' la. I night agreed to
place the- blame' for the Thoroughfare
vvree-k of Sunday. Oct. "S, upon Daniel
Stewart, the aged bridgeteiider. The
jury disagreed on many points. Accord
ing to the coroiie r. Stewart will be ar
rested on the charge' of criminal negli
NEGRO IS MEMBER OF
Caterer Honored in Richest District
of Milwaukee Colored Judge
Milwaukee'. Wis., Nov. S. One of tli
surprises of the' Wisconsin elccii.i'i
was the victory of I.ueian F. Palmer, ;
negro, ove r Thomas Kanisey, as assem
bl.vmau, in tin- richest uistriei of this
eily. Palmer is a cate-rer. II is In
lieved that he is Hie- first ne-gro dec
ed to ulilie- eillie-e in the state.
Negro Judge at Chicago.
Chicago. Nov. s. Harnett, the ne
gro, was elected municipal judge by a
plurality of l.-'H.
TALK ANTI-INJUNCTION BILL
Conference Between Roosevelt, Gom
pers and Others.
Washington. Nov. S. The- measure1
introduced at the' last session eif con
gre-ss known as the' Pear re ant i injunc
tion hill was the sulijee-t. of a e-oiifer-emee
yeste-rday betwe-en the president.
Samite-1 Compers and several othe-r
representative's of the- Aine rii-an FedeT
atieai of Labor which imliiisi-s that
measure. The- labor representative's
are anxious that some recommenda
tions along its !!ne-s h made- by tin
preside nt in his me-ssage to congress.
DEATH BLOW TO STATEHOOD
Not One Vote in Ten Cast for Jointure
Phoenix. Ariz.. Nov. S. Joint state
hood has be-e-n elefeateil overwhelming
ly by Arizona, iieit more lh;tn eme vote
in te-n having be-en east for it. C. F.
Ainsweirlh. the jointure' eandiilate- for
e'ongress. probably will poll less than
5(111 veite'S, or le ss than the number cast
for jointure. Hoth republican and d in
eicratlo terrilerial e-onve-ni ions strongly
declared against joint tire-, expressing
the wish that Arizona remain as she is
till dPe-me-d worthy eif separate stat"
hooel. Circuit Judge Dies.
Springfield, III., Nov. S. Circuit
Judge Thomas N. Mehan of Mason City,
a preiminent dennxrat, died today eifj
Louisiana Fitted Out to
Make Trip to Pan
STARTS LATE AT NIGHT
One Man Who Has Deslqns on
Roosevelt's Life Already '
N'i u port Xews, V.t., Nov. K The' bat
tle nip liiii.-.iaiia and cruisers Washing
ton and Tennessee sailed today for
Pine PIutT in the upper Che-sapeakiJ
bay, when- Pie.videiit Koosevelt and
paity will board the battleship lrom
ll.-to I llsiiikiiMi- I If.' Iloiil.
The vvar.-hips are' -xpee-teel to pas;j
illl id' the eapes hound for Pailallll
ilioiit 'J tomorrow luoriiiug. The Lou
isiana i being eipiipjied with a '.' foot
lioli-iliKabh', Uolieati i.able life boat.
which will be supplii d with loi:ioiis
and water for six days and manned by
- pii-Led im n of the navy, to be used
in case of mishap.
lliiuuroiiN M -oi on e.rouuil.
Panama, Nov. s. .lernian K hi, who
in P.in:: tiied to gain admi; .' i.m to the
While house with the deelared obje-ct
of killing Mr. Poosevelt, .-uiived in
Panama yt slerday lrom Chile and was
put iimli l' arrest. Phvsie iaus declared
him insane. He w ill be ; eut back tei
Ciliie. There all' a number of secret
servie-e nun now mi the isthmus to
look alter the safety of Ib.oseve It.
Will Iiivi Ik:iIi Inlt.ir.
Washington. Nov. S. Whil.' on the
i.thmus of Panama President IJoo.e
vi It w ill look into ceiiiditiop' '--.reeling
the e-mplo.viug eif nieebanieS. nn. a Coli
e ernini; whie h has been I'm nished by
Plesidelil Compels and 'iee- President
O'Connell of the American Federation
of Labor. O'Connell talked with the
piesidi nt today pai l iciilai ly about ma-chini-ls,
1 ' at' whom are now employ
ed at the isihmus. Their at raiu-em nt
into classes is dil'fere-nt from that, in
vo.mie in the' 1'niied State-s, whie-h e-otn-plie-ates
il:ilf K.llfiiir l,nf
It is aliened tin- v-lnmr law respect
inn Ibis class of labor is be ing v iolated,
and the president was ashed to take up
ibis and various otlur matters affect
ing the bousing, transportation, i tc, of
FIRE CLEANING OUT
Suburb of Chinese City Being Destroy
ed SOC Houses Worth J1, 000,000
('anion, China, Nov. S. A conflagra
tion is raging on the riv-tside opposite
tin- Kurojiean itiaite-r on the isl.uul sub
urb of Shameon, and a strong wind is
Over ruo bouses have be-en eb-stroy-ed.
" including all restaurants, brothel,
and gambling bouses. No lives haw
be-en losf, but the- damage; alre-ady ex
en dS $ I .IflMMlHO.
BECKHAM WINS THE PRIMARY
Governor Beats McCreary for Senator
ial Nomination in Kentucky.
Louisville. Ky Nov. S. With only
a few mountain counties to hear from,
and the-se- e xiee-teil to increase his
had. Cove-i nor Pe-ekham almost e-e-r-ta'mly
has won his light against Sen
ator MeCicary for Hie' neiminatioii to
the I'nited Stales senatorship in the
dtinocratic primaries. Tin- gove-rneir's
majority wiil lt nearly l.unu. Samuel
W. Hag r vvas noininated for gove-rnor
in the same primary by a majority of
between Il'.'hmi and I.'i.umi, the nomina
tion for attorney general gen'ng to John
K. Ib-mlrie-ks. Although Senator Mr-Cre-ary
cairied luiisvllle by "."NT. Cov
einor lii'ckham ran m well in thee oun-
trv he oven-ami' this bad. and tonight
has in the iieihboi hood of 4.UUU to
Standard Oil Announces Increase ii
Wages in Two Refineries.
Franklin. Pa., Nov. K. The Standard
Oil company has announced an increase
in wages eif employes in the- Galena
Signal Oil and Kclipse refineries, he
eated he re-. Might hundred ine-n will li i
be ne-flteej. (Je iie-ral Charles Miller sal. I
the; e li'ctioii eif the republie-au tiek-t in
Pennsylvania bad inspired tin manage--ment
with tin; he-lie-f that greater prOs-
perity was coming and they di-slred
tlie ir employe's te share In It.