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THE BUTTE INTER MOUNTAIN
VOL XXII NO. 196 WEATHER FORECAST. BUTTE, MONTANA, MONDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 3, 1902. SHOWERY AND COOLER. PRICE FIVE CENTS Former Governor J. E. Rickards and E. B. Howell will close the campaign for the Republican- party in Silver Bow county tonight at the Grand Opera House. The Montana State Band and the Butte Glee Club will Furnish the musical entertainment and the two gentlemen named will discuss the issues. OLD YORK STATE IS REPUBLICAN BY BIG MARGIN Think Odell Will Have From 37,500 to 40,000 Major ity For Governorship. DOWN IN UTAH G. O. P. IS CERTAIN OF SUCCESS It Looks Good All Over the Country and if Indications Count for Anything, the Entire Nation Will Return a Clean Ma jority for the Republican Party and as a Handsome Compliment to the Man Who Sits in the White House. [aY ASSOCIATED rsi,.S., New York, Nov. 3.-The day before election finds both the democratic and re publican leaders still expressing confi dence of victory in the Empire state. Pre dictions vary from lo,ooo to 5o,ooo on each side, though the estimate of thle two states chairmen, Frank Campbell for the democrats and Colonel Dunn for the re publicans, are almost exactly the same, the former claiming 35,000 for Coler and the latter 37,600 for Odell. Both assert that their predictions are based on a most thorough examination of the situation throughout the state. Governor Odell today estimated his ma jority at 40,00ooo, and Mr. Culer said that he expected to win by 6o,ooo. For Greater New York Charles F. Mur phy, leader of Tammany hall, reiterated his belief that Coler will have o20,oo0 plurality. Democratic leaders expect 30,000 of this to be furnished by Kings county, ,o00o by Richmond, 3,ooo by Queens and 78,000 by New York county. The republican esti mates cut the democratic plurality to 14, ooo in Kings, 2,5oo in Queens and to 45, ooo in Manhattan and the Bronx, reduc ing the democratic plurality below the Bronx fromn 62,000 to 65,ooo. Nashua, N. II., Nov. 3.-The vote in New Hampshire promises to be much lighter than that of two years ago. The republican candidate for governor, it is thought, will receive not less than 6,ooo plurality. The present congressmen will be re-elected. l)cmocratic gains are likely to be registered in both branches of the legislature. Down in Colorado. Denver, Nov. 3.-The political situation In the state this morning is unchanged. Both sides are claiming victory by large majorities. The issues will undoubtedly be mixed in many counties, but the betting favors the election of the democratic state ticket, and a majority of the county oflces. There is great interest in this city over the claims made by the republicans of whole sale fraudulent registration. The demo crats this morning claim to have over 400 affidavits from those whom the republicans assert are fraudulently registered. County Clerk Aichcl tod certified to the election judges at least a portion of the names which lie had been enjoined from certify ing by Judge Johnson. Owing to the shortness of the time at their disposal the democratic attorneys (lid nlot today press their application to the supreme court for a writ of prohibition to nullify Judge John son's injunction. Pennsylvania Is Easy. Philadelphia, Nov. 3.-Indications point to the election tomorrow of Samuel W. Pennypacker, the republican candidate for governor, by a reduced majority. Robert E. Pattison, the democratic candidate, who has twice been elected governor, will prob ably carry the state outside of this city, but the heavy republican vote in Philadel phia will likely overcome this democratic majority. Chairman Quay of the republican state committee, estimates Pennypacker's plural ity at 0oo,oo0. Chairman Creasy of the democratic state committee, states that Pattison will be victorious. Of the 3a congressmen the republican leaders claim 28, while the democratic leaders concede them only a4. There has been a warm fight on the legislative candi dates. United States Senator Penrose is a candidate for re-election by the incoming legislature and he has conducted his fight personally. Ile claims the election of many mlore than the i29 assemblymen and senators necessary to choose him on joint ballot. Down in Utah, Salt Lake, Nov. 3.-Both the demo cratic and republican state chairmen issued statements today on the probable result of tomorrow's election. The repub licnns claim a plurality of 3,500 and a large majority in the legislature. The democrats claim to have made a success ful fight, especially as regards the legisla tive ticket in Salt Lake county, which they claim will give them control of the legislature. In San Francisco. San Francisco. Nov. 3.---The election campaign in California lpractically closed Saturday night, but there will be numer ous meetings and parades tonight. Both are possible and democrats are confident of winning. The election of Lane, demo crat, for governor, is claimed by ia,ooo, and Pardee, republican, by z4,ooo. New Hampshire Is Ours. Boston, Nov. 3,---The state campaign L-_ Continued on Page Three.) A TIDAL WAVE. .- .) .s" .b +". jr HEINZE'S LAST DREAM BEFODRE BEING SUBMERGED. FORECAST INDICATES A SWEEPING VICTORY! It Is Up to the Business Men of Butte and Silver Bow County to March to the Polls and See That the Party of Prosperity Wins Out Tomorrow---Result of Canvass by County Central Committee Shows That the Heinze Ticket Has Only a Small Following---Fight Is Now Between Old Line Parties, With the G. O. P. Strong in the Lead What the Situation Is Over State--Looks Good For Republican State Nominees and For Entire County Tickets Everywhere. 'It will be a fight between the old line parties after all," said Chairman A. N. Yoder of the county cdntral committee this morning. "We have the figures to show for it. Ilere is a careful, thorough and conserva tive canvass of the county. It shows be yond any possibility of a doubt that the Heinze ticket will not poll more than 2,5o00 possibly, or 3,000 votes' in the entire county. "This cheap claptrap and gallery play to win the votes of the workingmen of Silver low county has met with the inevitable result. Time has been the ruin of the Ileinze ticket. People have had an oppor tunity to examine the bait and they have decided that they will not bite. "And so we have found that the fight will be between the republican and demo cratic parties and that with the republi Scans fighting shoulder to shoulder, united as of old and going to the polls to vote the ticket from top to bottom, the party of the people, the party of progress and prosper ity, will win beyond a doubt. Stand Shoulder to Shoulder. "There is practically no disalTection among the republicans. The total of those whom we can consider outside of the ticket will not exceed 5o, who are in the employ of Heinze. All other efforts to breed trouble have been utterly unsuccessful. "From the result of our canvass, which HERE ARE THE MEN YOU MUST SEE ELECTED The closing days of the campaign fils the fight narrowed down to the republi can and democratic parties, for the lleinze ticket is clean out of it. This was the verdict of a prominent re publican and an equally well-known demo crat who met on the street this iorning and exchanged pleasantries on the com ing fight. "We knew he couldn't last through the campaign," said the man from the G. O. P. "We saw his finish three weeks ago," said the gentleman of Bourbon affilia tions. And so it is that within fifteen hours of has been completed this morning, we lild the following facts: We will carry the city of Walkerville by not less than too plurality. Centerville by not less than 0oo; Meaderville by not less than 2oo; East Butte and the Braund house district by not less than 450, and the Colorado pre cinct by not less than too votes. "This will bring us into the city of Hutte with I,ooo plurality and our check of the democratic precincts shows us conclusively that if the business men and representative men of the republican party do their duty tomorrow the democrats cannot overcome the majorities of the republican precincts. The Final Appeal. "\With these facts in their midst, the members of the county central committee make this final appeal to the people who own homes in the city of Butte, to the meen who conduct business of whatever nature in this community, to those who are rear ing their families and who look for an honest and respectable administration of public affairs. We ask them to vote for good government, to stand together and show the people of the state of Montana that Butte and Silver Bow county cannot be used as a catapaw for men to pull their chestlputs out of the fire. "Fortunately for the best interests of the conlnOunity we have had time to expose the methods and disreputable style of cam paign employed by the lleinze party. the opening of the pulls the man who has made so much noise, wasted so much breath in bringing scattered remnants of superannuated parties together and posed as the people's champion finds his cause glimmering every hour. Not the least peculiar fact that devel oped during the morning hours was that both the-old line parties came within a few hundred votes of estinmating the strength of the Ileinze ticket in the city. It was agreed that the biggest vote polled' by the anti-to-be-trusted men with their bob-tailed auxiliaries woauld not exceed 2J7oo, both parties making what is con " I'hat time has worked wontiders. It haI, liuIght manllly back to a realizationll of the dang,'r which they so narrowly averted; it ha- been the oplortutnity for the thinkiing imtl to, deliberate and ilnvestigate for thi.itselves the cauttses anld retslts orf the t5iies which have been piresented to them.ti Above all, it has given the voters of the countly the ll uclh-)netledt ojpplor tuity to re tiew the situatioln; ito oIok over ulwhat the pritsional politicians have dune for th.n in the past; to natke ;a correct assay of the tit nerous goldbricks that have teern hand St to them, and to resolve io take' the tlirs of the county and liut them in clean Sltnds, in thle cusltody of mten who are not triii tt ng their sails to every fitful wind c!at blows, but who represent the sobher, sc'rsihle thoutght of the cotmmuntlity, the I.iuttark of our great repullic." Watch Out for Canards. '\c have no doubt but that thet usual innter of campaign canards will be sprntg tot ,trrot ; the baseless lies that are cal cUlt;ed to pervert men's jtidgitet at t the eleveinth hour; the tratps that are always spriung at a tie when men have tno ip pirtunity to ilvestigate for thenitselves. "To the manty istho have been votilg in Si!,'r How counlty for years there is no nec ssity for advice ill regard to these liars and their lies, but this year mnaty of ,ttr young ituen anld anlly whio have ;v.,itcd themselves of the eights of Ameri ibi rcI coinservative estimates. ITolday the democrats turned all their hatleries on tihe republican ticket, realiz ing that the respectatle elementti of the -oiluiunlity ]ins been tulrning its littclleitio ito tihe party of prospetrity. Inl making an efiort to gtain the votes of Ihe worlingmen of the comitt, whoi after all cOnstitut( tihe majority, tihe d(emo crali; tiid that they have run up against a pretty hard propo itiont in the person of alch'nu Iillis, the valiant young republi i v. ho 11s: been ildemtified with the true tjol intereuts ever sitle lie camite to Ug c., in:iy years ago. calll citiiitlihip recently, will vote for the lirst litt I. llii thl ii lllte c u.ntluy l'ltrlt l i'iinaiiiitt, uI f the" rl'pulhlicanj poaty ha| a few wtors Iti say. Act accir liljK ln i Ilii tlictatlle of yiiir (m sllsci(.ll(c'( usuiI youllr jllfllll<llt, iln lille w'ith c',nsetrvatlive,, sensibl, thougihlt ulll tlhe Iest ilut ,rls., of lihe Cotllllllulity lt larg.e. 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J'.ipty Iutiblis have hn lu'nsting with remarklable regularity in bHulh the Ileinze and demoCIcratic parties duriiing the past few days, andrl when they finld themsilves con ifrnitcd ithi the sta. tcilll nt that oil the rc publicani ticket are found morle II(en carry ing union cards in their pocket than in any of the other parties they find a propo sition that is hard to confront in a county of union me11n. Particularly to the so-called labor party is this fact. a disagreeable one. It is an Continued on Page Three.) AMERICAN TEACHER IS MURDERED BY LADRONES Three Miles From Bacolod D. C. Montgomery Was At tacked by Bolomen. MURDERED AND MUTILATED WITH ROBBERY AS MOTIVE Constabulary Have Offered a Rcwaid for the Fiends and It Is Thoughtt They Will Be Apprehended First Instlnce in Which a Tcacher in the lulands Has Been HIarmed hy the Nit ves Murdered Man Wau, Fronn Nebr.ka. Ii is to I. tI4 4 I' , MI. 4t* t . 4 o , . 4 ) ( , \1111,:1111, .t ",11n 'l.' n t t. II 4 h ,11 . .. 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All the Ilin sh inll ll \'yllUliltig alli I:l.acka,;,l i la regi.lls are working wilth ain incr; is-le force' of mIn tloday ;aind the tllllllpt of oal for the lay wiill hie thr largest isice iiiinig was resiumedii. P'residlent Mitchell has c.olilpllietld his task of col lill ng sltatistics aul iother ma ellts of iIn formationi for thel iinvestigalilg ciulniiiii si.nirs, ald all of it is now in the lihnd! of hce reiordlr oi f the coiutl ission.l, I'c'i drut Miltchells legal advisers think a vI ry strolng cais lir, I(l (it al e iiout for Ih ie illifrs. MARCONI NEARLY READY TO TRY IT THE WORLD WILL SOON KNOW WHETHER OR NOT HIS WIRELESS SYSTEM IS A SUCCESS. Ib Aio "vs *ii l l lSi.l IHalifax, N. S., Nov. j.---A dlispatch fromii Sydney, C. II., says that plrelparalions for the final test of the Marconi wireless syCistem has alrcady coilelnced aind that the inlventor antilcipates the comiplete suc cess of the system. Mr. Marconi said yesterday, alluding to his experinenits: "Ior iao miles from Polhllu I transnitted mellsages oil ny last trip, and I received messages at a distance of 5io mliles from Ploldhu house. As soon as the mnachinery is all installed in the table-head station I will conlmence to ex periiient. "I will first place Carlo Alberta a short distance from the shore and experiment between here and Tablchcad, and when I amin satisfied everything is going properly I will send a message across to the Poldhu. It probably will be a week before I have a statement to make regarding my colulnuni cation between Poldhu and Tablehead." What Has He Done? St. Petersburg, Nov. 3.-The Official Messenger publishes the dismissal from the army of the Grand Duke Paul An Ilrovitch, who is an uncle of the czar.