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w fentn lt nts do II not lul occur IIcur vftennr Qrtnlr The h convicts convictnonmuioned lnvicmlonlth convictspoinuumoneot
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M AllJiuiiuh Jwllh I am 11 I IhtOWIII lie owner of the Ihl I Iwikery Iwikeryhflyn bnktIyIYI IziikryiAy4
hflyn IYI he h I am 111 n no not I allowed IIwd Ii a I word iu II I mu U Uneelng i i t tpeng
neelng ein that a I delegito of the thl ItukerV hlkero union unionH Ilh1
I Is H HiipiHiwed 1 pt I to tl be b I > t watching llio Ihl tim normal normalroitrNc nurnlit nurnlitIuuru nornimiteolmre
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to I discharge lllhlljl a wtorkmun uk 111 for 10m um oniu reason reasonor rt1 I
or 1 other iu il lew Ie than I hal HU I hour hOlr u 1 tlelngato tlelngatoarriMA 11l tklgatuarrives glt gltarri
arrives arri and 111 orden ord ro mo 11 to tttk Ik him bank bankon bn
on 01 the I b ground that the lil ii right riph of diocharging diochargingworkmen dichlrglnl diuuchargingwcjrkmen
workmen urklln IH I not Ilt mine lil but 111 that bit of the Ibtribll1 Ibtribll1i tribunal tribunalOf
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f au ii t worth U I illti ilre illustrated trnled by ly the following followingfftct folowill
fftct fttt Act A workman in one of the bakeries biikerieolmrgcd bkrle bakeriesqleurgI I
olmrgcd h > rld to II distnbuto ditribulethe the bread lo 0 cue custrneri CII cuetners I
trneri in lown own stol Moll a basket bukt basketThe ofloaves ofloavesThe or Ioav Ioavh I
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k put n not Iwtlr her miii 11 In his pljre pia 1 When the thepeweomer thep thePCWOII1Ir
peweomer p wl lpr urnved nrrivtd at the Ih bakery hkl1 he was waspulled wasp a
p pulled 11111 off of hIs CIUt curt by the IIl other olhe workmen workmenand workmel workmengn
and dnltlnlerld gn d ordered to got a away ut It once and lud the thatoimprM thenlll theformer
toimprM former nlll wkman > ikmanw we 11 Nr u iiMtalled ril Idlnhia in his place placeIhey plal placep
p They 1h then declared delRrd to to the owner that Ibat It Itwon It Itwas
won their btiHliifxit luMItp to 0 examine the Ih cane caneami cueInl casep
p and Inl try the men n nu ii The Th l li trial accordingly accordinglytook acordnaly acordnalyluok
took place Illnc nnd RIIII tlie culprit wag WI condemned condemnedto londlmnuc
1 to tl stand At 1 forty bottles Iul lel of be bEr beur r to hla hlathe hIl hIlonrr hlet
t onrr onrrJpil bznra4 bznra4flItfl
flItfl the Ih mottt mOlt assiduous aMlduol1 renearoh renearohnail rtHaron
nail 1 1 pd Jpil study on tlie I tli IMP 1M of Ir German Qrmll savant savanto II savantsito van vano
ito o definite dfill answer nllWr has 111 hitherto hitbprlo been bn found foundti foundjti
T jti ti to > thi thIIlolll < ueHtioii In exactly what hlt part pr of the theTpiitnlwrg tbf thef
f Tpiitnlwrg lnhlr Forest Forf took lok plane plr the famouH famouHHUP famouKtllp famoutsI
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Cheriincan Chrlean chieftain lifln llerrrinnn llern ° iann and the theItonian thef theItoniami
Itonian Homal IMRIOIIH h hn under tb thl the Consul Clnlll Quito Qulntiliim QuloI QuitoVaruis
f tiliim I i Xnruit lrl In A U Ulirnt l IiJuiust >
t lirnt lalolv 1111 mimt I important discoveries discoveriesJi dilcoverlM
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j t Held have lit 1 hen 1ln located lotf locats ° d and eroavrttiocu eroavrttioculuv V1I0M V1I0Mt
t hays roH rf111 rsitld < ilt ii in Intbf the laying 1lnp b Br barn roof of the re reinoitm r rJf reI
I inoitm loin > of legions 1 ioM of human hUlan and homo holo gkole gkoletoim Ikole IkoleIHI14 ekoletoouis
H Jf toim IHI14 and 111 of much treasure trfur consisting cMitl1 of ofornament ofIlarfnll
4 j ornament Ilarfnll dating elltini from foDlhe the th first frt century oeuturyA outuryr
r A I n > In the I fontit ftlt near nfsr by the Ih site of an anextetmiVH anXIII anatsmisjVs
extetmiVH XIII Uoiimn Hurun encampment InlImilmel1 lute b bn bnIHII been beentracsil n ntiHced
tiHced IHII ou which further flrhlr excavations are arenow ar arrow arehOW
now row bemg hinK b + ing punned forward with all alp speed speedKtpertH pee0Ecperts
KtpertH Itprl ugn IllO < o that hll indications Indictlonl now point pointto pint pinttuh
to tuh the exact Ixjct ejict locution latol having b1Vi bavin at last t bn been de determined detrrliol der ¬
termined trrliol of oiftlie tbo famous flmou m niggle In le when the thoItoirian theOI1 theloirizin
r Itoirian OI1 eagles cnglOI fell f1 beforv Lfor beto the mighty on onHlnught 00I onelnught
I Hlnught 1IIIIhl of the t lierop IrO tribes lrb who wrung wrng from fromCiMir Iom fromIsiiV
CiMir 11 IsiiV AuiijstiiH AIIIIIU thus Ih anguished ncuiAhe exclama exclamation 8clam ezclamtIo ¬
tion 110 VuruB arul uirua Vents n giv ive me back bck my myH myj mySwitierlnndH myIaion
4 Iaion Iaionwlzprland
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shown Ihon in n volume olm just jUlt issued leAuld by the thl Fed Federal Fc Feilcral ¬
eral 1111 Council lunci Poard vfi of Statistics Httltic In the theyear tMyplr thevpsr
year yplr 1 I44 < 6 < Iho the national nnlonl wealth w1h of the thon thonf11rILlllt Con Confederation Confrulprattol ¬
federation f11rILlllt WOH I talculatrd Illulafd at nIOO 3 2nonoooOOO znooooe
it ts now n estimated tlmate to have risen risennoomo rn to L5 L5xJo t
noomo MIOC xJo 000 an Increase InCIRI of 7S 6 per percent cent Ont State Statoproperty 8tte 8ttepropy Stateproperty
property I II not Included Ilcn d In 11 Jr these thl flgurea flgureaAn nUI
propy An IntorentUK IntntlR feature feturn la i that twoflfthe twoflftheof
of thn entire nllr national nntlolol wealth wlllh of Switzerland Switzerlandi Swizrland Swizrlandla
i la In the Imnds Iwnl of the It hotel keener who whonre who1M whoare
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are 1M acknowledged throughout thrUlhlt Furope Furpe to tohe toh toiws
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A Jouthlng lul hlr party Jlrty of eight l bt Jersey JIIY City Citycitizerw Ciy Ciycltzl Citycitizena
citizerw cltzl hoedml budlt by Samuel mlel Wilson WIID general generalsuperintendent generalAIIIArntontt generalsupsrintndeuit
superintendent AIIIArntontt of the th Civlo RlghteousoeM RlghteousoeMFederation Raht4OUln Raht4OUlnjhlftlon RighteouuiwsiFederation
Federation jhlftlon of Hudson 1lon county llty and ald the Hun Hunday HundAY Hunday
day biiKaboo IAboo of saloon lion keepers kepn nmdn madl an anobeervatioa 1 anobservatlon n notrvatOQ
obeervatioa otrvatOQ tojr of the city cty in the neighbor neighborhood nllbOr nllbOrhood neighborhooxl ¬
hood of the City Clt1ln Hall lateon Saturday Hturday uight uightto ulghLtO
to find Ind out ou if I the police had auooeeued In Incleaning Inclnhll Inclesnimig
cleaning clnhll out Olt several vral plO saloons Ionl IIloe which had hadborne hal hadborne
borne unlllyllke InlyJlo reputation rtlpulalll In the Ibt early earlymorning 8rly 8rlyIDornng earlyteormning
morning IDornng hour hourl after lrtr finding fldlng ale al aaUuii aaUuiiopen uiuutnsopen Iil Iilopen
open after the th cloning clna hour they took tok part partin prt prtIn partin
in a raid that tht failed rail 0 a aIn
In the th party wits wa Frank rok B Dill the new newpresident 1f newPresident
president pry of the federation who went wentatonic wentaluna wontalong
rlnt fCeraLol
along aluna for or his first exparieuoe The 1hf Rev RevThomas IteYThomas
Thomas Hall Hal pant pastor I or esprlelo of Grace raco M I K Church Churchwan ChurchI ChurchWee
wan I also 111 a aleuth aleuthAccording uuheuithAncording plor
According 1elth to Mr 111 Wilson the Ih party prly after aftergetting afer aferlng aftergetting I
getting lng thu evidence vldel went to the Ih 4rt HretlIreinnttaLIon 4rtprecinct Irlt Irltlrllnlt
precinct lIreinnttaLIon station house b011 tousk I Mi dipt CaptJsuiea Jamea Jam U UKelly UKlly IIKelly
Kelly Klly to furnish furlllh aLon Home Imo plain nlaui Iall clothe clqtbe clqthos men mento ment teento
to t to raid the Ih offending ollo olri noling place placeIm idaces9m Iaofl
Im MI1 going to take tWI you YOI straight aralaht to these theaenatoon te thesesaloone
natoon Iolnt without wlholt telling lelng you beforehand beforehandwhere herorblnd herorblndwh heforehendwiser
where wh they are arl said uhl1ln Wilson to the raptalu raptaluGive raplail raptilanGIve
Give us u thiee 11 or four plain laiD clot cnh clothes ben A men menuud Iln Ilnlull mcciiaunt
aunt lull I giieHH IleM w we 1 can CMI bag It1111 them all allIt al altIt
It J took the thl cops nearly half an hour to todon 10don todon
don their slrttet Irtt COf clothe clot be and nd in II the tht wean meaiiwhilo INI weanwiujI
whilo whi Wilson iol ilsoi according to his bil own OWI admls admlssioiiM admlkIL adnnldons
sioiiM dons kIL wax w KHtina gltlll v vMry ry nervous Tho Thomilling Thuruhlll Thorzuiiliuig
milling ruhlll squad IIUIU finally Inalv got 10 under Ilrr way WiY and andwhen ul1 ul1wl1 siiulwhuu
when wl1 it i not to 0 I Ihuorlldllg ho Iu offend lug plain 11111 all ii ii were wurecloHod wrCIOIIJ werecloisool
cloHod CIOIIJ One Oi of Ir the Ih volunteer Ullll r deleclivex deleclivexexcitedly ihiectIveeieitedly
excitedly luitttly niclaimed niclaimedThe tlellld tlellldb
The fh b police pcll miiNt mi have hl v given Ilnm the I hi tip tipCdpl tipiPt i iI
Cdpl I iPt Kelly Iely didnt like I llm II t lie lemark lark and andHidd auntlout
Hidd lout hJ very i emphatically tnphltlllv sin plonit bus li that 1111 t the Ih t police policewould pol polwOlll Inohicewoo
would wOlll woo i Id not b lt be < filY uuilty gin thy of r uuy ii IY uuy such Hllh conduct conductHow ondlct ondlctluw conducthow
How luw ooulil loul I or 11 unvUxly Ilyhly else III give Iv I the thntiti Ih IhIin thethu
titi h hl ha demandml iIe 1IntI ismidst whun whul you YUI didnt IhllI even eventell 111 eveuitell
tell 111 us what sukions MII you VOI wanted anld im to raid raidIts 111 raidI
Its 1 I t e pttHsing Ilhlul strange IrHII anyhow sail u ufeflenitliin I iif
feflenitliin rlmIIIIII f lerist jouui muii muiiYes nun ii iieN
Yes eN M it i does dol beat bt hell 111 saint fild the II capl dhulSiui dhulSiuiRuEIta lhli lhlimWIII in inf
mWIII RuEIta f Si KlT 11 I SKSHHTKIIV SKSHHTKIIV4r ffis I 11 KTII Wh IIl tl till tillIuuti
1111 Iuuti 4r f Ereniip iwivi lu II I Name auip I Wrn Ir lit II Kramr KramrNew Fraulisvii rI
New vii Corporation f orlilraon law lawAVAloilM Ia lawOct w wISIUSAIIIIOCI
ISIUSAIIIIOCI AVAloilM Oct 27 II III H conversation conversationat 11ullol
at the III I dinner lnwr following flfuwinl his hil ml luldrt nuidrswe d Teas before beforethe beforetti I II
the I tti ht Voiumbia Cilnhil Iluli 1llh S iiI last Ictt night liIt Judge 111 Peter PeterS plfr I IH
S Grobsciip rltH11 roeu ui of if r Chicago ChiIKo Mild lid he II had bal been beenie Ileu Lseuuiequiestenl
ie iequiestenl < iiewted liv Prevldent Hoosevelt loevp1 to select selecta 1lI0 I II
a I iinmltt < > nII i > to I makn lukf eiiKgMtioun eUIKfIJCI to the thePresident lh lhIrllln tinePreidolent
President Irllln for fil u I law for the th reformation rforlatiul of ofoortKirilions ofcOlurllion ofcnrhuorzutiins
oortKirilions cOlurllion and 1111 that he hI lu bad consented IXIJenlf1 to toio toIlu toIni
io HO HOThe Ili Ilih soTb
The h Indge IIIJI made Ind the Ihe impression IlnlMion on bin binhearers hi hitll bbshearers
hearers Unit tll the 111 Ilesidnnl lIicllt wanted walt Kiiggeft Kiiggeftlions suggesijoinC
UIKII
lions as a t ti < i what whll Kiich llch a law lw sliouM him I contain containuud coiitajnsmut ollain ollainHII
smut that his hi idea id for
HII ir wan WiI a ColiKreiwionnl ColiKreiwionnlenactment CoungresslimnulCfliit ollrfIllal ollrfIllal1II1II
enactment Cfliit 1II1II instil that I hu I would wUllI oui Id bring hrlli bri rug nil a I I I corpora rorporul rpora
loirs IIOI l doiiiflntrrHlate dllI olsilmug inllrHII interstate l hUlin > ii iness under 1111 regu regulation r reguulation ¬
lation 111 Ion by I the Ih general nlr1 Government GovernmentHe novIrmllnl novIrmllnlI
He I wild Iilid that be had given Kiv1 givemi the Ih ti sulijeot sulijeoti
1111 siuie i > m thought and would wllid soon AII make lkl u I se selection Helellul uselectlon ¬
lection lellul of f the gentlemen ItIIIIn who whl would serve gnrvewith Ilrv IlrvYih servewith
with Yih him They line ll will wil limn Ih1 go IO into ilu the I h whole wholesubject wholubjft wIioItowbject
subject of the Ih Government ovrllel H power over overoorporntions 1er 1erlOIfIiol overeurporintlons
oorporntions lOIfIiol amid ald attempt 111111 to to devise a law lawthat lawIhl lawht
that Ihl ht will wi pUce plcl corporations cllrliun under 11 II I the theiMitrol Ihl thecnflLroi
iMitrol ltrol of the thl Government nOfrIIUI and aUI at the Ihlll value valuetime esuuzetin
time tinlf tin stand I ll thn I thu trot 1 of Ir the h courtIiidKO court CII CIIlllg6 ountsYuidge
IiidKO lllg6 GroxAcup did not 111 appear lliI to IM IMclear hf beclear
clear himself upon 11111 the t subject arid ld mitt Intimated illi illiIHId mittenated ¬
mated that then i would hnvo to be
IHId Illn wOlhl b a I very vnrycareful vfrvcrf1 verycareful
careful crf1 investigation IlWltlKltll1 into ilfl the Ih subject before beforepreparing beforepreparing
preparing pnprint the tii h law Ilw V was wal hi hil him judgment judgmentthat jlulgmlthul ofor
that future fltur organljitioim urllUl7illllICh such an RI is railroads railroadsand rlroadH rlroadHald railroadsand
and ald large Irge Industries Indulri doing intenilate IIrllIe btmi btmiuem IIi IIiUN btuinov
nov law UN could olhl I li s easily lIHiy sa usily brought under 11111 us such Ilwh a alaw IIlw alaw
lawHo lw
Ho ilid lll not 10 el izIrss sprI press himself hillr intcdly plillly plilllyrgardil Ikiinteiilyreganiin x intcdlyreajurdicx
reajurdicx rgardil much corporal orllrai corporations ioim i011 already alreadyorganised alrsaiyorganized
organized Ir ani7ed under 1IIIIr State SUII laws W and lud doing tollK
inl illelal interstate n < talebuslieiJ hII buisiunepjs < l bulnllt miii > utiimdelheiiiiprensloii utiimdelheiiiiprensloiiou uintols I Iln h I tunpressiomi tunpressiomiiti I PlIIOI
ou Oi his hil hearers hlarer that I thorn hlr might Ilcht be hI b HOIIW HOIIWdoubt 101 noomi noomiilouutt
doubt Illht as nl to n I law requiring them thcl to l ht e in incon II musrporuteI
orutcd under national law
con 1111n1d srporuteI > Iltltr a 1 10111101
HKlMfEEH 1 IISKI IISKIISMM 111 111Ulr tIKIMsrEiniU
MsrEiniU Ulr lan ISMM I im 1 Used tlt l I Ii > > the t lii > nlltr nlltrVtsiiiNUiiN al IIirsIUl h
11 IUl t w 1lhll iiibIit Shllil ShllilIISllOS Siluouls SiluoulsWSOIIIINOTON
VtsiiiNUiiN IISllOS Oct 27 3L nur Mora than 1111 thom IIHKI IIHKIdomesticated 14KItIOIP 1istniouuieuitiealsol
domesticated tIOIP thal1 reindeer rdIJI urn I lined Ild by I Inc tlmuutiveri llt lltI t Incunistives
uutiveri I he of AlnskH Alallm according to II the III topoit topoitof IIt IItIr
of Ir the th Fexierul 111 Commissioner Cunluliollr of If Education Kilucitionunder IIhlallol Educationtinder
under Ilder who wll whose directiou ti Iill tho t h he Territorial Trllal rein reindeer reindeer in indr ¬
deer service ItrI i II ic udniimVtered ucmlniltll The Th iovein ioveinmem 111 unermi unermimenu
menu IWI b 0111 began gun mipplyinK ulllyiDI relnduer rllrr to t o the thenatives I I IIIlvH In Inmutiveus
natives IIlvH of AlusUu IIkl iu II IHAl JII for or a I number numberof 111
of Ir yearn Vlll JiiMl 1610 was appropriuted for r1 the thepurpose tlCpurpose I
purpose Thu amount UIII expended txpnded nn mu this tlmaccount thisuiecounut lhl
account 1110111 was rtnently n IIIv reduced 1lat1 to tl JIIUKI IIM uus5 uus5year I u uyour I
your yearInnring 11
yourDining Dining Ullill the Iht firtfil o l I year ended plld June lllt hinun 30 301VD7 inil7
1VD7 1 1 lb Ibl I hits Huresii lull ii of If Kihioalion 110111 Eskica I ii iiuiintuined iiuiintuinedtiflytwo 1linlullll 1linlulllllr i ini i nun a iricot iricottirtytwo
tiflytwo lr Iwo United l niell State Htllt puhhr IUhJH schools IdHIH fil furlistless for fornative
native IllVt in Alaska Alaka R Ipr itepornas pon have not 101 betm betmleceived Iswimeeeivwl I
leceived lce d form forl four fiII of these t h mess si himlo In I n this thnremaining II IIrluinlnj thismsonnaining
remaining rluinlnj fortyeight tho I total til enrollment enrollmentduring Imrollllt Imrolllltrurlng enruhinueuniduring
during rurlng the n year yor wax wal l i3 i und 111 the tb average averageattendance uVtrlgt averageattetidamnre
attendance i 1076 1076IUm 1171 I 576 576Plain
Illtll Plain Plalt urn Irf l oiiig hollK > made IIIJ for progrenslvo progrenslvomodillcationH Ilrojfl1 IorogrsMivannditleat
modillcationH 11lillllonK nnditleat tons In II I ii the Ih I tie inelho lelhol 11St mode < ls employed employedin eta uloyuI uloyuIin
in the 111 schtK IChKII ehtxle > ln iu II Alaska JIkl with wil a I view lo lorendering torenotering 0 0reOlernK
rendering reOlernK the natives uahI IxjtttT loler able to tl to care for forihemMiIve fil fortiiezunselvii
ihemMiIve hllllv liHginningH IIj lnilll have been made madeInjndutitrial ulldt toniideintutdunatriai
Injndutitrial In lndmllrlallri training inM in HOI sonmie OUlt no of the tll schools schoolsua HhollM HhollMUI
ua UI well wel UH W in connection lOIIlClon with the thf reindeer reindeerhdrda rlml6r rlml6rhIrd reindeerharde
hdrda hIrd ll in h proposed that the native nal t bo boinstructed I I10rctlrin heloltrUcted
instructed 10rctlrin in the beet beLt methods melho of catching catchingand catchingaul
and aul curing huh IMh In curing for all al parts partsof 1181 1181of martsof
of tho tli walrunund walrul walrus lnt and whale hlie that era Irt merchant merchantable marchanahl merchantable ¬
able in the Ih handling handlng of wooilen rllon boats bOtl in intlm inh ICthe
the h tanning and Iml preparing prpurinl of skins in coal coalmining 111 111mining costuuirnitig
mining and uld iu II the el ellllnt elonuerits ments of agriculture agriculturerut Marlcnltur
rut 1 in In Kintia mi 0 UOKS TO corar corarto OIEITro RT RTro
ro Hate Adjudicated AdJudlotf a aKow Row OW Mtartcd ttrt li by > a afmntanUrroui antatr aVantanktreus
fmntanUrroui ntatr loeat loeatIgDace lIN uesIIgroace
IgDace Ianc ficbwigund a guest gu t at a wedding weddingin weding
in Raclers Rderl Hall Hal at 188 J8 Second Snd street atret last lastnight lastni1ht
night didnt like lke the music mlelc and when hen he hevoiosd beVOl hevoiced
voiced VOl his hi aentiment anlment somebody smeby hit him himover blmover hlmnover I
over o the bead bed with Ith a loaf lof of bread brd This Thisstarted Thl11a Thisstarted I
started 11a a fight in which hloh the bridegroom bridegroom3uatav brlde bridegroomGustav rom romOutv I
3uatav Outv VonkaufaUi and the beat bl man mp his hisbrother blsIrother hIsbrother
brother Irother Joe Jo mixed mixedPoliceman mlC mixedPoliceman
Policeman Pol om n Fein ein of the Fifth Ffh street streetstation sllt slltItaton streetstation
heard the racket und arrived
station Itaton bNrd arrive in inime Intme inntime
time tme to 1 see ee the supper table tble kicked over overfive cvtr cvtrJve overPve
five Jve men were wer luppr arrested urrtd including IDcludng the thebridegroom thebdegrom thebrIdegroom
bdegrom bridegroom best bstman betmn man and Schwigtind SchwigtindThe Ahwiauld AhwiauldTh
The Th bride and anlaveral several other women womn jumped jumpednto
Into the th patrol ptrol wagon 101 and tried fre to jump ride rde rid to tothe tothe tothe
the citation tllon with lh the prisoners prilner They were werejushed werepUlhe warepushed
pushed pUlhe out and Ind trotted trott behind bhlml the vehicle vehiclen
In n the tkn rain rainMagistrate rainMa rainMagiatrata
Magistrate Ma lltt Corrigan oriKan In tho night police policecourt poll policeoourt
court ourt fined One the prisoner PEhlDer 12 2 each eachPOUCK ech echPOU01 eachpoiici
POUCK ° AUTO CATCHES OATtHK CAT47HE4iSPltDEfl CAT47HE4iSPltDEflDeputy SPEKUEIt SPEKUEItDrpuly iPIIIEltDuly
Deputy Duly Bugher and ad Secretary rttry Nlatter Nlatterfeate NIt SIsttercs >
feate an al Offrodw Od In 0 The Te Bronx BronxDeputy BOi flronDeputy
Deputy nuLy Police Polo Cornm Cmml Commiloner loner Bugher Puher and andDaniel ald aldDaniel andDaniel
Daniel G Slattery Commissioner
Stter CmmlHioMr BinRhamti BinRhamtisecretary 8inRhamo Ringhianfsmeretary
secretary rtr returning returlnR loot II night nljht In the police policeauto plo polioauto
auto from frm the inspection Inepton of o 1 a new elation elationlouso Itatoo ItatoobouAo stationmouse
mouse at City City bland night tjhte uslghtsd ed ahead ILuId on the theroad lhord theroad
road rd an a automobile auumobielbl that wan W I leaving them themvehind tem tembind thembehtnd
vehind bind at at a rate rte forbidden by the speed speedAW Iptd1w ipecol1w
1w
AWAfter 1w 1wAftr AW After Aftr a i chase ch1 from well wul up Fordham Fordhamroad Fordbamrd Fordhamrood
road rd down to 145th 11th Street lrtt and ant UP Ht Nicholas Nicholaaavenue Nlohola Nicholasavenues
avenue IhQ I speeding Ipdln machine wan Wil over overhauled oVlr oVlrhauled overhauled ¬
hauled The T driver drive was a as taken tallmto talienito to the West West125th Welt West125th
125th 12 l street Itmt police plo station ttaon and held In 110 110bll too 100jail toobail
jail bll which was wa given Iivfn by Mar Marshall lrlhal rmll Dodge Dodgeof UoI UoIor
of 124 East at Fiftysixth Street Btrel the be owner ownerof onror
of the tbt automobile automobileJAPAXESK aUIomobie aUIomobieI4IA0U auutomobiieF4P4EStJ
JAPAXESK I4IA0U UtU lOUD CLAIMANTS CLAIMANTSTotal tIUV4Nf tIUV4NfTotal
Total In n Vancouver Vanllnr Is 1 IKOO4I 11000 ow8vnie ow8vnieDoable OKI OKIDble owgoeisDouble
Doable Dble Charilnv CharilnvOiiAvr Cln ClnOnAwA charslngOat
OiiAvr Oat AWA Oct < Word orll from Vancouver Vancouverrom Vfnrouvcr Vfnrouvcrfrom Vancouverfrom
from rom Deputy IJputy Minister of I ahor MarUenin MarUeninline Jlarkmde JlarkmdeKlni NackenIiRing
line ban bal reached nlathA here ben showing that tht many manyif tny tnyuf
uf if the th claims that thlt HIP tp tlapnneiw lupl there am ammaking arl areteaming
making mllln on the Dominion Government are aregronily lre lrero nrcgrossly
grossly vxaggeraterl larllrater U It in I thought thotKht now nowlint nowthA nowihnst
thA lint ro they may oome come nearer nearr 113000 10 than than5ono thaunn1
5ono 50 n1 av a at first t mentioned mentionedIn
In more mor than one case O also 1110 tbnre tlr ban banbeen hal hasbeen
been a double rouhlt charge ohar apparently apprentlYoly oily he hecausa h hoeaniess
causa calll the thl claim was being hln ma maulesgainet < against a aovrnment aOov aGovrnmeflt
ovrnment Oov rnment Instead InAllad of Ml n Individual Mr Mring MrKing r rlinl j
linl King ing 0 is going thoroughly Into every item ttemI ttemrI
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THERES THRES TIIERESANELECTION AN ELECTION ELECTIN I COMING COMINGIV COIIG COIIGI
IV 1 CASK IU YOl tm IIAH 1111 eOttGtTTE eOttGtTTEXKXr roiraoTTINxixr 01U0TT
XKXr WKKK TIKSnMlS I is OVJl OVJll OI OIiuhllr
111 Tfll tl tlIubln
l ublln Iubln > Inlerrit rr ery r > Nll Nllht NhIiht hlrrr Irdll11 Irdll111rll Irrsilrl llcll lees leesGenerally < m mCmrrallv
Generally < 1rll lauir Hlr the III I lii llnnnrrats UIrlPot INnoertRPohI INnoertRPohIlIlian PolU PolUlli
lli Urlan4lrloltbout lIlian > lan CiirlouustboUl llirloii bnul Nleofllrarst Mile of 1rlt hearst Vein Veinand 0 0and nte nteand
and Effect rt ut tr I lie th Alone 01 Strlnirnpy StrlnirnpyKleclion IrlnltnrIoton trtngsnrElection
Election Ioton dnv dlv In 1 a weet 81 from rrm tomorrow tomorrowMl
Ml 01 told loJI in Il it tho city of If New SlW sw Verb rlrl made madeup mar iiadenil
up IllOf of the II We vo boroughs borljh 173 publlo plbln olliolala olliolalaare offolla offollaart
are art then to be i elected OutcUle UIldlr of Jhe Jhevlgoroim the thuvlllrol thevIgorous
vIgorous vlllrol campaign Imrlln which U 1 bring 1lnl waged wagedto Wf
to elect llt CharlwS Chah H hitmnn hi mn to t thotiencral thotiencralSoMlonn thl tinus tenerai teneraiSosalons pnlro I ISeNlon
SoMlonn bench hlch lu Mnnhuttan general RfneialInterest Itnrrat ItnrratInterNt generalInterest
Interest ha ios Hunk Mln to u lower level than thanIp IIu1 inanniii
Ip II any rumpalgn rurplln for many IAny yearn Yfn There ThereU hlrf
U to bo sure I some rivalry between hetIten Tom TomKoley roniFoley
Foley 011 the Tammany amnllny candidate caldlll for HherliV HherliVIn thrl thrlIn
In Manhattan lhIUan and andMa Max lhms lbmaen n linen Tliena 111 111I
a I number of If the candidates canrlfat ror tIne It minor minorjudgeihlp minorjud minorjudgeships
judgeships jud ehlp have opened heail h heauituuartcre heauituuartcremini llllrt llllrtbl > iiartnr iiartnrbut
but bl there tler U no real rlllhe live public pIllclnlrt interest In Inthe Inthe inthe
the the campaign carpljn as a wholo Kvervtulnu Everytluiiughsa Everytluiiughsabeen vlrytblll has hasbeen
been brn subordinated Ilborflnnlll to the tht financial disturb dltturbancea dllllrb dllllrbanoa disturbances
ancea anoa which have tnve occupied ccllpled the thl mind of ofthe nrth ofthe
the th voters otlr and from yesterdays yeiterdlr1 H Indlwi Indlwitlons Ine1e indiralIons
lIons tlonl the name tml lacU lal l of general generl Interest Interuwtla Intclt IntcltII
la II to prevail pr 11 In the thl luiinj IIulnl < W6 weo week of r thernin therninPru the cal calP cane canepaimi
P paimi paimiIrcsiolent I
Pru Irthlent Ircsiolent lilent Parson 1111011 reiterated reillratet yesterday yesterdayhid yetlerdayhil
hid hil rodlciUm lrotlCliol > that Ihll the Hearst Ilcpubllcan Ilcpubllcanfiuioii lcpLIin lcpLIinrlll Iteputihirninfinuiioii
fiuioii rlll movemunt 10lmtnt would wIII bring hrln about abolt tins Itioelection Ibl Iblelecllun tinselection
election iu Now York county rUlly of eIghteen tlghtecnKnpubllcau eIghteen1tpulilenun lltecl
Knpubllcau UOVll1e11 Aiuemblvmeu AIlbIYIt1 who un II to up uphold 11 iii ¬
hold 1111 lie lil linndd hAn11 of lo iov ov llui nl Ii nughues hett ht it > t Albany AlbanyAt AILRuy AILRuyIrlnt
At preoMit theta Ihlru re but hil nine Populillcm PopulillcmAsfeinblymun RtPlllcm RtPlllcmtHlhlynlul flepuituilcansetuitilyniunt
from ho counlvrlimlea olmt olmtlIl1
Asfeinblymun frl 1111 t county countylnnuiea
rlimlea lIl1 1 F Murphy 11111 hud hld no I direct tiel reply replyto
to 11 make 111 to tl Mr 11 luriton H prophecy II IIKtil 1 o ostill
still IH lie h preferrnd Irrr to await tlm rutuiim rfll UI UIellcliol n nelection nelectiotn
election ellcliol night Illhl TloTuiniiianv Tho lii TIUli liuunniuiuinv eople > 011 clo cl cltn close closeI e eto
to I Mr II Murphy how hlweII however over Mid 11 that I Mr MrPariiouti Mrlarsous r rlar1ou
Pariiouti lar1ou would 0111 tn I cvrcdinKly liicliy hl if ifhe I IfInc
he II elected livn Ii Itepubllcun 1tlllhlelnHellht1111 lIe isub iia ii t sesunilily Henillynuiu HenillynuiuIn IniSimi IniSimiIn
In the county II Tho Th majority of politicians politiciansKcpubllcnnH 10111cIIIS 10111cIIISHCphlln pohittetaniaHepi
KcpubllcnnH HCphlln Hepi innilini n and 1111 a ci I liemotriitH 11IHxralM I sninoermn te who 11 ha tullcd tullcdof IIId IIIdor t it itof
of tint Hluutloii uiltunat lllallol Ions believed that tine II mtir onllrn1Imllan ontiroiunuuiany mtirlummany <
lummany county ticket 111It except that for forGeneral forOenlral forkneral
General Oenlral Sen esiouui Iill loiiH In I to be lt > elected by goon KOOniaioritlrt I Iuiajoillitss
Ilulorll niaioritlrt lm1 hiunlgo ud o t hittnnu hit tniun for tienera tieneraSednloun OenprnlSpAII I enetiilSessionus
Sednloun SpAII h hiss JI rnvlvt rCtId > I nMiniiKoi allrll froM froMall fll 1rounil
all 11 cia clas i 4 > of r Viitem 111 that thtv 11 t detire 11 h bis bisvlictloii Ii Iielvltnl mistio
vlictloii vlictloiiOver elvltnl tio et lsuiu lsuiuOver
Over lu II Brooklyn BIllkl1 lIruonk lynn 11 I miijority of the til poli politician pol ahi ahiI ¬
tician Ilcianl I icia ne ItepiiblicaiM Htplcan and DemocrutN lrlcrlH onic onicthat ennidI hl hlIhal
that I they l lievud that the mitiro nlr Kings Kingsoouuty Khl Khloluly Elnigscannily
cannily oluly Dumixirutlo ticket would wllld elected boulecledthat be tlecld tlecldIhal electedthat
that the Hepiiblkuu HeJublcan county tick 11kl t Icksut tit vouli wouiluicorns voulicomo uuMcoru
como coru second cold and Ind that Ihat I tine ho HearHt Icolt ticket ticketwould tcktt tckttwOlld ticketw
would wOlld w mmiii come Clle taut Inlt iu 1111 I ii I lit race raceTlm ral racethe
the official o oial campaign commit tee Tam Tammany TammAi Ta ma mamany ¬
111 cmpalll rUllilfl
many mAi Republican Itplblral f Independence League Leaguelu I anngueitu ngue ngueII
lu II New AW York county cOlnlY1111 and the th campaign campalln coin ooinmitle 011 coinmnittesis
mitle < iH representing thosti orKuniMitioiiH orKuniMitioiiHIn orunirJIIUI
In II KitigH county oOllly and ald iu II Klchmoinl HlchlOI < uuc uuclueonH Ild Ildqlfnl nuniti nunitiQuussns
lueonH qlfnl are I practically lrYCllcll without wihout haunts flntlt this thi thiyear thisyear thmyear
year There Thel have hl l been > een no IU tb contrihutionH contrihutionHfrom coIrihltlm coIrihltlmtrnl
from trnl any alY 8ure4 tolr line I ho Tumiiinny IIIIRny com committee COli COlimitet comniinittet ¬
mittee mitet ha ties got go iu il I ii lilth 111 hint Is > from frol Komi OI of Its Itrtofficeholders ItHomlhohltl ItsoMcetuoluteus
officeholders omlhohltl in II an UI indirect hllirc w WIlY y liut 111 liner theruhad linerIuaa hpr
had been no 11 open levying of a8 1160mlt assessments eimm nti on ontheae untb cmiIbsseoftlctsholdersas
theae tb Ibsseoftlctsholdersas ortlueholderw omChuldel olen an I iu II former flrllr yearn 111 In Indeed II Inndeed ¬ I IdAd
deed dAd It 1U was stated Iled by ho tlios fumdlar fUlilr fonniiht ur with withwhat wih wihwha withwhat
what wha ID going aoilg on in II tie II u three Ihrl I cam mi cannips > M I Ihll lint lintthu limitlion
lion election to f b he hold lh 11 week Wtlk fioin fllll to tomorrow 1 1morrow tinmorrow ¬
morrow will wil be b practically proNicly tin Ihl tlrxt rl which whichof winiihihas
h has been barren lrn of f cumpAig cumpAigof canipaigni fund rlld Mmybeennccumoiuttd Maiuyof Mmy lalYof
of the politiuiaim polliclol iu il camJIK all 11 three caniw nam hnve hnvebeen h hbnncIIUle1 Iiavsbeen
beennccumoiuttd bnncIIUle1 been nceuustoinuoI to take Ik then liel in II WullSirwi WullSirwiand WIIIIt WIIIItand niih rset rsetanti
and to li inti H < intvreiited illeflld m il wyndlcalos Ivnlltl mid 1111 iu iureal II iiireal
real al estate IInl venture lllr and uUI il years 11 panl they theyhavn Ihyhav theyhave
have beoti very II uciVHHful IH HPfll Hut Jul for flrlllrly foruneeiriya nearly nearlya
a ynar they have encounteivd elcIUIIJ imlhing IllhllI but butHnuiKlal hutIlul11111 InnttIinuninsh
HnuiKlal Ilul11111 disaster cilller and ald moxt IIr of Ir them 11 feel feelpoor f1IKlr feetisr
poor ami 1llllhy they have hlve refused rerl all 11 a II invitation illullou to tochip toehni1
chip 111 in for campaign 11JliK 1IMI1 iiMfM this thll year yearNo val valNi u uNon
No Ni money nlllY hatt IIH been bn forlhciiiiiuiK fortllllill furl boom n tng from mini tlut tlutcorporationit til t hoeorporationis
corporationit elrportolt not a dollit tnlal Thit Thit > w il iu II ol oheli ohelino obsidi obsidicacti > edi ediencu
cacti no to lh ll I ins law l w of the II t SIII Stii Stale he and 111 not 10t even evenindividual t evenindividninilus n nildivldlul
individual ildivldlul connected 111IHUJ with wi tlu tlicne Ih I corponi corponilIonHhaVHCOIUU lorpon corponI
lIonHhaVHCOIUU Illn I Ion IHIOll hays 0111s foiward ftmwns ml withcontributioiiM withcontributioiiMThere wilh w it Ii mrimliII4 nflt vi icaus icausfinee
There IH I HOIIU iniei IuiIeioK > st up the th the4tato KtoUt IOI in I the
PM I nunS in niy yr
eons IHI and ii nit Itochentei Ill lu JI I nu former furlr tlinei t I uiCC this thisintermit t Ii Iiillrl11 hisI
intermit illrl11 I lute rest Inc would wllit Wtni Id IIINM 1111 hoi vs percolated in rola I oil down n Iliw Iliwway I misi
way 1 i I but I I now ml OW ilmre 1IIr i liar IHIII i I1 even 1 interest i mu in inthq IntJ innI
thq tJ I b Sew w 1 orl 11 city cit y fiituiKilgii en llllaIKI iii I uzi Igiu sivo si a1 V in II I ii < tI iX iXI x xvptii
vptii I > nil nni I iiiliiHvnand 1111111 I uiI a Ifle4 a nut there t IM I i o InioiVHt InioiVHtat j I ii 111 111t tinrest tinrestit
at it t all ul a I I heie 1I UH a uS to t ii I Ih lie outcome ullll lint Oumnui iu il A Albany I la ny
Im tI Tm ii i Svriciihi Sr oII mien ups Illdlld and it intl Hoclicstcr HoclicstcrIlinn II IIlludla
Ilinn lludla 1 Iii o hut been htUllilJ n littln I b t Is iMirionity cii riosi i y us 1 to tlu tlutiilil IhIlil t in int >
tiilil Ilil t III n I itit ote te C iu il the Ih t ins State Sa t t for the li i iii Hen 131 Ii raven rut nile Independence Ile I nilehuice ¬
pendence IIII huice League I ei gino cuiididntex cUIJtRIt caini idat cpu for the tl t In two twoplacert I WI we weiiptciatt
1nal iiptciatt placert IlaC ilac oil 01 the Ihl Court Ulrt 1irt of Ir Appeal AppealMr AIIIII is isleiicli
leiicli nch Mr Ir llearstrt 1111 cundidittett cumllla for thcnu thcnuare thleplwE t mcccinluecc
plwE are ur H U Lyon of Hath lalh snot uol lulin T TMcDolllgh 1 1MeDomuougtn
NlcDoiioiigh of Albany A 1111 The Th 1arll hls I learnt arrt people peoplenay 11110 11110HUY tOpInsay
nay that their Ihtlr candidates mllldlI will wil get g ZOAINMI ZOAINMIVOIPM O4N1 lMN lMNvotes
votes 0 and all the th ntitlHearwt 1111HIurli people 1111 guiwri guiwrithat gl gnnensthat
that Mr 11 Ir I Iyoland lyomu yon and Mr McUoiioiigirn 1Iclulllh whole wholevote whl winnieVtts
vote Vll in th the < Slate Stl will wi not Ill go Io ubott Ibo 75MKi 75MKiand 7nNIamni OW OWand
and may IIY be l al an low UH J5000 1111 Mr Ir llearxt llearxtan 1tltt 1tltta
an a the Ih randidotu for Governor 1rllr nvrguor last IIt year yearreceived YII6011 yearreceiveil
received A9IKO 6011 votes 11 The Til iio hearst 11111 Htale Htaleticket Ht HtIlctt i4tateticket
ticket Ilctt received rIwcIIII last y ynar ur r iu il New York county county1BHI33 ounty
1BHI33 1113 voles volf Gov tiugluH receiving rILivll 134335 134335A 1 3
A J year ago OK the Hearst HNrl1 ticket received reiv In InKingH InKlli innKIungs
KingH Klli county cOlnlY lll02tt 110 votett vll and 111 Gov GovHughe UI tisiIlnughies
Hughe l1gh I004M J1 The 1h Hearst Htalt ticket lllrl iu iuyuoeim II InnQoioenuts
yuoeim IInd received last 1011 year VJIK11 fI1J und lily GovHughwt CIV CIV1Igh lilyUtughtits
Hughwt 1Igh 14HO In Kichmond ItclllltIBt lout year the theHeantt Ih IhHolI theHearst
Hearst HolI ticket received rlllvfl 7337 vote vo and 1 ld Soy Guylluighnuus SoyHiightw l
Hiightw 11111 053 053The 1 63nihiis
The I It total Uepublicun Heplhlln und Ild Democratio Democratiovote Uemlcllic UemlcllicYoU
vote wax WI W Stgttbl OO13 in II New York Ylrk city clt Mr MrPurHonn 11 MrParsons
Parsons IllHOI and 1111 hU hi friends friendl argue ar IIO that if the theKepublicati IheIIlblcl hueRepubhlcani
Kepublicati IIlblcl vote in il New ow York county HtumlH lt stanIsKtiliIly HtumlHHuhdly 1 nd ndMuldly
Huhdly Muldly by the ticket Ilckl and 0111 tin Ih Hoarnt 10111 vote voteHtands vuleland vetsstands
stands land solidly 10ldly by the fusIon rillul movement IIVttnt the theentire Ihlenllrt tiiientire
entire enllrt ItepublioauHcarnt UuplblolUorli county lly ticket ticketw Ilckelwi ticketwill
w wi will ill be elected beeleced But lutlualileiherollllen lutlualileiherollllenrevolt on all nidus t therein hero is open openrevolt omenrevolt
revolt by the Republicans lflublran ngultiwt the thefimion Ihl tin tinfuisionu
fimion flHlou ticket tcke and an 111 u matter of fact the theHearat Ihpllealllt theilearet
Hearat people seem to be interested d only onnlvIn
In the tll election of their candidate for Hheriff Hheriffalthough HherlnI1llholllh Shierifialthough
although Mr Hearst had eomn very hand handsome handIIome handsome ¬
some things tbln to say the other night of Judge JudgeWhitman JudglWhllll1an JudgeWhitman
Whitman WhitmanThe
The total registration In the boroughs boroughsof
of Greater New York this year la 5V43H2 5V43H2Thin 5943rmutn I 3H2 3H2Thl
Thin la the smallest In five years Man Manhattan Mannhatlan 18111ltalllLn ¬
hattan and The Bronx fall behind 1000 I by by43g3
43843 and Brooklyn shows a Ions of 19151 19151Queens 19l5iQueemu
Queens with its much Increased popula population iopnnlaLid ¬
tion Lid II 1201 behind last year and Rich Richmond RichmondlI Richnnonds ¬
mond loss Is I 372 The greatest Ion in inNew InNew InNow
New York county in in tIne Republican dis districts ellltrloill lietrlcts ¬
tricts The Fifteenth which is the home homeof
of Gov Hughee la more than 3000 behind behindThe beblndThe behIndThe
The Nineteenth shows a loss of 1401 Abe AbeGruberH AbeOruhrt AbeGruhcrs
GruberH dlstriot the Seventeenth is over
2000 behind In the Twentyflrst district districtthero dhltrlctthern districtthere
there la a falling off of more than 2000 2000Tho 2000Tbe 2g 2gThe
The Twentyfifth of which Mr Parsons is isthe Istho isthe
the real leader ban a loss of over 200l 200lThe 20mTho 2OtgThe
The Twentyseventh IH over 4000 behind
hutyuars last yoarns 111fS registration The rb Twentyninth Twentyninthis
is iWO I behind Its record and the Thirty Thlrl Thlrllint
lint is about the same These ore all this districta Ih Ihtricl thisIrict
tricta Irict carried by Gov Hughe III1 hll4 by large largemajorities largernajoritl largemajorities
majorities and so the percentage of loss II Islarjjtfly IIlarJltlly iiIargslly
larjjtfly against a alnllt the Republican lIepublicalUllor
There lor aro a number of bad Tammany Tammanytlistriots
district For or instance Mr MurphyH MurphyHwhere MurphYIIIhere Murphyawhere
where tho registration U more than 1000
behind that of lost year The district districtbelow
below Fourteenth street especially on the the1lIt
East Side show losses in registration any anywhere anywhr anywhere ¬
where from l5ii I to 2000 The same pro proportion proporllon proportion ¬
portion of reduced registration pertains pertainsin
in tho boroughs of Brooklyn Queens and
Richmond RichmondWithout mohmondWithollt RioluniondWithout
Without doubt the financial disturbances dintiirbanoein
in In New York and Brooklyn have had their theireffect
effect upon the lb political 110 II llCILI situation This
baa not crystallized oe yet though thouKhln in lathe latheopinion the theopinion theopinion
opinion of tho those e who have looked into the thematter thematter hematter
matter During the coming week the poll politician polltlclal1ll pollticlans ¬
tician in charKnofult charge of all three thrlOcampa camps Republi Republicans ¬
cans Hearst and Tnmmany propose to > get getright getright et etrllbl
right down to the bone and Rill rropol ascertain if ifpossible ifisaaihhe
possible the probable effect on election
day troubled on the local lFal tickets of these Ih financial financialtroubled flnanclu1roublt8 financialtrutubles I
CULt KILLS KGRKSS nniiWhll KGRKSSWho
Who Had Refuted to Marr MarrHer Iarry arr > IIIrrlMhootll IIIrrlMhootllnr
Her and Kicapri KicapriElsie tIPtIElaie EicaptEhijo
Elsie Hop 31 2 years old a negrean nelr of 341 341West JilWI 341West
West Fiftyninth street was Wllllihot shot and andklJl andkilIcIlast killed killedhut cl clIUl
hut night by Francesco ranoolllO Hantana a Cuban Cubancigar Cubandjtar Cubancigar
cigar maker of the same address Sa ntnnas ntnnashoarded nlanaahoarded ntanashoarded
hoarded with the th glnn Klri mother mol her He 1e had hadaaked hadasked
asked aak d the girl to marry him and upon her herrefusal herrefusal
refusal wanted for her in the hall and Mot
her down as she left her room Stuttanaa Stuttanaaescaped 8atanuHCIII Santsrnaecai
escaped HCIII et after I Ih ho shooting
JI
LIVK 111 TOIICS h i1CS AH0VT TOVfN TOVfNTUarea l TNlbsrea tfN tfNr
TUarea r Vta Another new ne cocktail on onway Broad Broadway BroadwO
way wO They call it the Affinity After Afterdrinking Afterdrlnklog Afternirinkin
drinking one cc surviving experimenters explml ntAra de declare declare dedare ¬
clare tho horizon takes on a roseate but huptho hUltithe buttho
tho second lI Cont brings Wall Street fitlMtto to the th front frontand fntsod Dt DtaDd
and centre proffering to you n quantity of ofglistening qfUltelilna qtglisteuuing
glistening lamb shearings eh when hen youve youveput Touveput youveput
put away the third the grreo ree fra TU a grows growsjip iJO iJOJill
Jill all allarolnd around bird eng in the fig ft tree treeand trees trooaand treesarid
and your affinity amnlt appears pp The new am ambrowia ambfOHi ambrosia
browia contains thMe Ingredient One Onemedium Onemedium Onemedium
medium ie teaspoonful of powdered l NUgar NUgarone IIu1arone tugarone
one dash of orange bittern one jigger of ofHootch 0 0Hootoh orScotch
Scotch whiskey and a half Jigger of f Italian Italianvermouth tallanVCtrmoutli ItalIanverniouhi
vermouth These am shaken In cracked crackedIce
Ice cocktail fashion until thoroughly
blended and cooled then strained and andquickly anCl11ulekl andquickly
quickly quicklySince served servedSince ernIJ ernIJSinoe
Since my stenographer ha has been n fur furnished lurnllhed furnishntcI ¬
nished with ltb a rubber stamp reading Dic Dictated Ulotated 1lotatel ¬
tated but not reread Ive taken solid lolldcomfortsald aolldcomfor solidcomforIalj
comfortsald comfor 1ID11i tho head ad of a largo New Ne York YorkInstitution YorkInstitution Yorklnstltution
Institution Of course nine times out of ofi 01hln otttsrn
i hln i a letter will bn perfect word for word wordImt wordll wordhut
hut ll l its Itoh lt an absolute ab impossibility for me to toreread toreread tOreread
reread every letter I dictate and this tbi little littlestamped littleelamped littlestamped
stamped explanation uplan tlolL makes It possible for forme formo forwe
me to aim a couple of dozen letter in no notime noIme COtime
time without any apprehensions M to what whatI bat batmay
I may be committing myself to Of course coursein
in th the case of any very Important letter IfltterInevor lettermeyer
1 meyer never have his Ihl stamp lined but for or ordinary ordlllary ordinary ¬
dinary bimlnivss correspondence Ite a great greatschema greatacheme Vtschenno
schema and 1 notIce more and more mo billY billYmen tulC3imenu ousymen
men are having thin little saving clause clausetamped claulIIsiamlllKl clausestamineol
tamped at a the lower left hand comer of ofheir oftheir oftheir
their letters Itn It w sort of loophole of ofemnpe ofMflpfl ofescape
escape that New IIW York biwineHw men have haveIxien havehen havebeen
hen quick to appreciate and I wonder wonderHome wonder5flli ondflrom
Home om teal till I philanthropist didnt think of ofit ofIt ofit
it l before hforeJid beforeld > eforeIid
Iid yon U ever n ssss e one ne vet t of waiters waitersserve walterlll14rtI waitersserve
serve a meal to anotber net a asked kedi kedithe the theKray tll tllICray tiisgray
gray luuuled man I did I happened happenedto happ ln d
to t hs > eatitiK in the rear end of a restaurant restaurantthe
the other tiny when there wan a shift of ofmen ofIllell ofiCon
men A dozen of them oat down at nearby nearbyIttblttH nNrbylIhltlll nearbytalnies
IttblttH and a lit I tlio tii other xvulted on them themWhen thelnWhen themlien
When lien they had Mulshed eating every la lOut laalwl1lrr lOutwaiter t tBatter
Batter lipped tile lii fellow who hud nerved nervedhim 1I0edhim servedhim
him him I thought at the limn It was a hint hintfor blntror hintIcr
for im 11 three h or four old duffer wIno ho hUll bapPunml hUllplIlIno humplsnssolto
Punml plIlIno to bn munrhlng away there to follow followmilt followIIlIlt followsuit
milt but I learned Inter that It in cuHtomery cuHtomeryotnoiiK clllltolMryamoliK custouneryamong
among wallers Of course each get hi himoney hinWIJY line linenannicy
money back in time because l rMIII they all tip tipeach tipIach tiPeach
each ol other her but tli Ihlt practice nracti Hliown how howHUfrodly howlfIiCrclily howsacreulIy
HUfrodly waiters RM a claus cllI legatd a Ill the theinstitution theIIIIltlllioll tineinstltitoiu
institution nf tipping tippingTo pillngTo
To IMC III thf t III in mo mOMt ItitereMtiiiK ltnterest log illustration illustrationof ilhl i I inn sI IIaiion IIaiionr ia I ion ionInc
of r the tbpllnJttNl1 universal New York habit of banking bankingon
on th hll cllyft city future wild the Ih visiting visitingclergyman vIsitingckrgynumn tlng tlngclflrIUIIII1IJ
clergyman l is the way ny theyre putting puttingup
up churchtot In upper Harlem and The TheKroiu 1h 1hJlrollllloRelav ThHronuz
Kroiu JlrollllloRelav nowaday It Neem qeimnsnssit lIIl1alllf uslf the thecullt4m thecullt4mof custom customof
of building it little church for a little con conRregHtion conreglllioll congregnitionu
RregHtion only onl to tear it down a genera Kenerutioti generathor
thor nftorwuid when hell I us IIP h congregation congregationgrows congregationgrowebiggel
grows growebiggel biagei in now a thing of the punt puntToday palltTOrlay pasttoday
Today the foiiuioKaliou that in numerlo numerloully ImmrloIIl1y numerloally
ally or rlnanriillv weak plan a great big biachiiicli biKchllrch bigciuuucii
chiiicli build hlll till ill the tti funds give out and andthen amiIhlll andlien
then roof over until the cltyn city growth growthwarrant Irotl1warralJ growthwarrants
warrant further Iii rt her addition Two ouch ouchrhuroheH touchI1lI1rh isucluelunirniucs
rhuroheH that I I can think of right now are arethe areIh6 aretii
the tii Lutheran Church of Our Saviour at atWe ItWp atVpst
We Vpst t ITftiu 111 h I street and Auduboii avenue avenueand 1 aVeflUCahJ IIIIt IIIItnud
and the Irospect Avenue MetliodiM Epic Epincopil Eplropal Epicrpzul
copil Church In Thii Bronx ronx both of which whichare
are large ambitious HtructureK which have havea hll hlllt
a yet lt got no further toward realization realizationthan
than one story and a roof This method methodif
uf if building a church III layers like a choco chocolate cbocolate ¬
late rake dowt not make for prevent prlll lIt ar architectural ai aichllctllral arciiiteetunral ¬
chitectural beauty bautyr of courfte but what whatbetter whatItlcr whatbetter
better Itlcr proof do you want oollrtth of the I 0 practical practicalcivic IJractiralcivio lracticalcivic
civic patriotism which Is willing to risk rixkit riskits
it i its good ooll money and its II good looks on the theconfidence therlllllillIlOO thecomulmulemnce
confidence that thin thillcitYi city H future w will ill Justify
its expectations expectationsTho
Tho 1h fraternal spirit among literary literarywoikem litlrarywIIlkrK literaryworkers
workers in I no doubyu II t uutiful > thing thingKrTortBhiAebeen thinKJofortH thingEffort
KrTortBhiAebeen Effort us hll hn made to Induce IndurIOflll oman writer writerof
of beet sellers to believe lIeve HO In this thisiiianft th thuinnniinns
iiianft moHt popular book every Ierychllpier chapter wan wanintroduced WWIinlrolluCId wasintroduced
introduced by a quotation from some somemodern BOIIICIIImltrll sonicuuionlern
modern boet A short while eec l It htwaa A
that th t line author bad commenced commencedwoik c
work on another novel no A few days after afterthat afterthat
that notice not ice apxared lie received a volume volumeof
of nf f poenw by a Western writer and the fol oh ¬
lowing letter letterWill IllIerWill letterVili
Will Vili youkindly you kindly look carefully through throughIbis throughlids
Ibis book and nee II If you cannot use selec selection talpclillil selectimes ¬
times therefrom inns headings for or the tlm chap chaphers ¬
hers of If your forthcoming novel My Mypoeum llylI Myhowiuis
poeum lI 1I111 have not received rl eived the th attention at I ention that thatthey I lintthey
they deserve d tfe IT f you will u assist nist me iu the thenbove Ihttnhove nutntnov
nbove mentioned I WilY to gel It them before beforethe beforeIh beforeflue
the Ih public1 I halt not object ton to IL reanonabln reanonablnpecuniary flaHonablltJ reausonanhptcuninnry
pecuniary J recompense for your coopera cooperation cooperation cooperatioL ¬
tion tionAn An the new novel U still in the making It
in uncertain whether or not the enterprising enterprisingpoet
poet pot t will receive rthft the desired boon boonNiqkname bOOttlSi boostNisknannens
Si Niqkname < knalll like great greatness nesa uro thrust thrustupon thrlllltupun ilirnustinpomi
upon some men and sqroe statues as aswould aswould aswould
would appear a from the experience of George GeorgeGray GeorgeOray GeorgeGray
Gray Barnard marble The Great God GodPan Godall ClodPain
Pan all recently set up in the around of ofColumbia ofllIhlll1hia ofCluunnhia
Columbia University The statue Is of ofheroic ofhro11 ofheroic
heroic fire 11e and striking In conception
Hut nothing of this Is suggested by its popu ¬
lar sobriquet Ask the attendants to be bedirected
directed IIlr Iet to fcTlie Tine Great God Pan mid they theyHturo thuyIItaro theystare
stare at you The statue of the tb great god godof godof godof
of nature who blows his mute pipe there thereon Illeron
on the Columbia green is known from 1011I one oneend 111I6Ind nie nieend
end of the university to the other ua plain
Peter Ian PanThe IanThe IanTine
The extension of Flatbush avenue Brook Brooklyn nrookIyn Brooklynn ¬
lyn across Fulton street to the terminal of oftbe ofthe ofthe
the new Manhattan Bridge affords many manyexamples mnyxampl manyexamples
examples xampl of the way business run ahead aheadof
of public Improvement Much property
has been condemned and most of the IhelJulJd build ¬ I
ings In 1I which are to go have been moved or ortorn ortom ortorn
torn down but so far the city han done donenothing donoDOlhlnlt donenothIng
nothing toward the actualconstruction aotual COllltruction of
the new highway Private interest how however bowvlr however ¬
ever have begun hf un to put up business blilld build ¬
trig facing the new street and nd for half a
block from Fulton if you keep your eye eyeoff eftIoft eyesoff
off the ground you can imagine the street
is in already In operation Home new store
fronts are in and the signs of the occupants
have been I put In place The roadway
however is I a stretch of foundation walls wallsand wallsand alia aliaIIlId
and collars collarsfOOTHALL collarslOTII411 cellarsFOOTfl4iI
fOOTHALL SQlAD 01 WEIGHS WHi A 4 ToN TOXMcKad TO TOcfodtn ToNMeVaden
McKad cfodtn > rn the Princeton Guard Con Contributes C Ctrlhut Contributes
tributes 3SN aN Pounds PoundsPHISCBTOX PoundlPltSCETOS PoundsPNINCaTO
PHISCBTOX Oct 27 7fhere There 1 III nothing nothlncthat lIolhlnlIbat nothingthat
that tells the truth In football HO so much IIIl1cboold aa aacold a aCohol
cold Inures Many Man who have breii b 11I frying Jrylnclo
lo 0 calculate the Ion slat IIKllllilcl lilies of the he Tltterf Tiger jrYln hnv hnvhad hllvbad inevehad
had a hard proposition lo buck because becausethere bllauIIhr becausetImer
there hr hail been a constant shifting of players playersKven nIaYMIIJoven nisyarsEven
Even now the personnel of the team cant In I by no nomeans noIIIpan nouneana
means find but n few fact have been given givenout IIheOllt givenout
out which are Ar or Rome interest These are aretuned lirehllM1 arehaNpul
tuned nn ui Ihe vsrullva It nfHnds now nowH IIO IIOIf nowIf
If lm III Titter stood on a scale 1111 all together togetherthey togetherthey
they h would lip the beam Just JII a little over a aton ILIon aton
ton 10 he h exact PIaC 2010 pound The average averageweight averaOeweight ra ralrht
weight lrht IH I IK u52 Hll 11 pounds The Th line IIn from fromlatkleto rrnmlukl fromhackle
latkleto hackle to tackle gives a total of 1004 OO pounds poundsnvvrntflDK pOllndILveralnlC01 pouintlsaverniilng
nvvrntflDK ot ii 3 and thu I 11 considered qUit qilituheavy llItu llItuhav
heavy lbs lb end lallr lall 174 pound while whilethis
this backtleld strikes Irlkt the happy medium of
HI i6i I ii pounds poundsMoKadyeu
MoKadyeu the right guard scene lIpma lo be
the Ih heftiest man on the h squad for the h HiKilen HiKilenuie sesIesgivp ILItA ILItAarhp
uie his hi hulk IIB 2J it avolrdnpolH WaIler Wallernext I IlIxI Imnrxt
next with 2I4 n4 pound The lighten Tiger
I Durban uhocau who CIII boat of but I 10 JO pounds
The lie Hiilmtltnten h8111111 in the backfield will III give
these ho figure a boost For 01 Instance Orr Orrwho Orrwho
who ho teplace Head weighs 12 us pound of or
17 more tban the Ih regular Tlbbotl too 00 U I IpOllnd
1 pounds heavierthan heavier than Harlan whom bn b
ha been succdrnK Coxe oJle I Is somewhat
Mahler than McCormick IL will III be b learned
with mirprlM that Booth Boothe the tackle I is Iden 1dm ¬
tically a II heavy as PhllflM the big centre
To the casual observer the Ih latter appear
to ba much bulkier than Booth who ho how ¬
ever I Is stocky
Here I ii the list from which these figures
are AI taken the hI average being bel nit got from 10111 the
drat eleven on it itJ itJ
J 1 n UoCormlek eaptala fullback 1M WhSM W
rod od 17J flatten kalflkaek 1II ell 110 Pkllllp msuiinpJ rrntrrTlK rntrL centre
nttlon qii qUlLflerbe rterb cU 14 Booth tteklr issi WI bSf I t
lint tickle 110 Walirr tl runt iii H UcrdyrS Slcrlld
KJ guard S M BroD SSTAtlJ Rd 17 iii Bf Read itbc hllfback > W Win MI
l1bIIIIPrIr bltbKIII halfback mu I Tlbbolt hal
hark atk 1M i5 llowd end 1It 15 lniey al Curd J17 n
c enlft I7t V Vainghsmu IIo Md J1 174 Colt hll
hitS ck 11 flanuiman Amman Irkle i4Othr
in H ikBv 11I wurnr Mhr guard ifflrn JIM
Bnrknjhjm Bnckihughsn tackle 17 iI Dw 01011 a quarterbaH
I 1i4 Un 1IlIlIar16 III c
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Ale FiftyTw Maiden laI4 Lam LamSterling La LaneS
Sterling 5 h r II I n I silver tableware of ofbeautiful ofbcautlfulan ofbasutifiut
beautiful and l permanently pumanant artUHc artUHcdesign artIttlcCfceJaN adMtIc1es1gn4
design in the tb CoIonUrandths CoIonUrandthsmore Colonial and tit titmore tins tinsmors
more elaborate floral pattsnu the thsBridal thekldal tinsBeldal
Bridal Rote and Orange OrangeBlossom Oral1B1011Om O ang angBlossom
Blossom Sample and tvl elU elUmatea itI itImate tl tlsiate
mate cheerfully furntohed furntohedSteriintf fumlabcdStern luenhatnedSterling
Sterling Stern 4 Gold GoldSilver GoldSilver GoldSliver
Silver Jewelry JewelryGENTILES Jewelryr JewelryGENTILES JewelryGEMTtLES
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GENTILES VERSUSMORMONS VERSUSMORMONSSITTER VERSUS 10RIOMS IORIONSNhlTEft
I IBITTER
SITTER COXTKST FOR COTKOI COTKOIOF O JlfOI JlfOItI
OF tI SALT LAKE CITY CITYSeek InPrtln CIT CITPramshes
Prtln Seek to Turn Joseph Me Hnltbs HnltbsXlon ith5 ith5Zion UI UIIon
Zion Ion Into Int a Modern OtyMenarkaMe OtyMenarkaMePrucrra atyaarkaProtrrfU CttyaemarkabkPrugrss
Prucrra Nlnee the AntlMemea AIIU1M rart rartTook SttV SttVTook rt rtTook
Took Ip the City Clt A AltmlDlatraU AltmlDlatraUSUT Admknhstrattse8tr mhil tratlea tratleaSALT
SALT LAKE LAKSCIT1 CITT Oct 27 270ne One of ofth the moat moatezolting moat1IIJltln moatezoiting
ezolting political lItlCltI campaigns in the history historyof
of the Went U being waged for the control controof conrolof
of the city government of Halt I Lake < Much MuolI MuohIlIko
I in at stake Dependent D upon the result resultof
of the election November 6 are the future futureInfluence futllroInOuenc futureinfluence
Influence of the Mormon Church in politic politicthe
the standing atantJln of Reed Smoot the Apostle ApoatleSenator ApoetleRenator ApostleSenator
Senator and a as the opponents of the Church Churchassert Churchaerr Churchassert
assert the destiny of the city Itself ItselfOentiles ItoelfOentileathls itseifOentiieathia
Oentiles Oentileathls this term designating men ant antwomen and andwomen nd ndwomen
women who are oppueed op to the rule of the thedominant thedomlnl1nt tinedominantChuuirohare
dominant dominantChuuirohare Churoh Chllrchare are united in the Aider Aiderloan AMlrloon AmerIotnn
loan party HU organisation formed to over overthrow oVtrIhrow overtlnrow
throw Motmonlam Mnrpl nl nlem m as a a political factor factorThe ractorlhe actorThe
The length to which the opponents of the theChurch theChurch theChmnrctiaregoing
Church Chmnrctiaregoing are going In this campaign la a Indl Indloated Indlted incHosted
oated ted liy one of the songs sung at American Americanparty Americanparty Americanparty
party rallies ram The chorus sung aun to the thetune thetine I Itnne
tune tine of Everybody Worn but Father FatherI
I is aa fallows fallowsK followStVelyhody
K I tVelyhody rr fbod > twdv woO oik but Jowpb JowpbIlf
Ilf 11 alt lt In the hive tdvrUtkrt hi hiveMakei
Utkrt 11111 folk think be IIIt sees re things thingsMl
KliKi Ml Nn o a aThe IIIltt 5Iie
The all work for tllhluf tllhlufTlir IIlblollTbp tithiugThe
The Temple workers ork nan eUaKvrrrbody dllovrrrbnd nanvrrgbod
Kvrrrbody vrrrbnd work In Dub DubHiitthn lIIabIIlIt 1115Itlul
Hiitthn IIlIt the B hire > oHIo u ulan ulanUy unanBy n nHy
Hy Mo 1lpb eph Is meant of course Joseph
F I Smith nephew of the tb JoSeph Smith flmlthwho Smllhwhll Smithwion
who faunded the Church Churchand and the present prewnprophet preMOntprofbet presentpropbet
prophet seer and revelator By seelng eeln eelnthings In Int
things t port Is I made of o his alleged II revels revelatlon
tlon lena The hive la the M Bee Hive house boueeMProphet
Prophet Smiths official offl clJ I residence By
No 5 is 1 meant the > fifth wife of Mr Ir Smith
he having testified I tlnrd before the Investigating tbelnveetlptlngromnilltec Investigatingcommittee lnveeiigatlngcounnnitte
committee In Washington bat winter that
bo IH the husband of five women and the
fat fulber her of fortythree children Every Kverymera very memo memobfor
her of tl the > Church In
e required to pay as astithing RIItthlnK astithing
tithing onetenth of his Income hence tba tbareference tltat tltatrllfrenco tkatreference
reference referenceISrlgham rllfrencoBrlghaln referencelirlghatn
ISrlgham Young ounK and the other m members membersof ml mhe mheor > er erof
of the party which founded the city clt In Intended Inmded int4iflhttd ¬
tended this to be their Ion always It Itwas ItwaN Itwan
waN not to be a commercial centre except
In so far an it wa the home of business businessenterprises bUll Lnushusetnteriirisps rae raetlllttrprlill
enterprises conducted condu te1 1iy the Church ChurohFor CburobFor ChurchFor
For forty yearn ya Salt Lake City hty wan prao praotlcally praltlcally pracitlcally
tlcally unknown except an a the headquarters headquartersof
of a strange tltron e religious sect The temple templethe templeIfu templeline
the tabernacle the Bee Hive lions and andthe andth andtine
the th Mon house were the only attractions attractionsto
to I visitors vllIot9at1 anil residents discouraged discouragedrather dlacouragodrnlbpr
rather than han encourage pnrollragetlmmlgroUoo Immigration They The Thewere
were content to olIv live in a town of few side
street were
Throughout all alllhia this time the Church w wa
iu iiudlnpmed control of the political situ nltuntlon situallots Itu Itunllon
allots Amumlng that he was the mouth mouthpiece mouthple nnouithnpiece ¬
piece of God nodi the head of the Church Indi Indicated insiicated ¬
cated 1 his political pol tical prefer preferences nce c anI anlpJtiCllol1ll anlpJtiCllol1llerl elections electionswere electionwere
were erl held hlhllneNlly merely as a n matter matterif of form But Butn
n little more than two yearn ago the Ameri American 11I111 11I111Illn ¬
can party pranK Into being IIf JnK with 1111 tho th slogan
Church Domination Must Cease Many of
tbe younger generation of church h mimbnrs
became enthusiastic udherciitii no iemi 1 ses In
tluentitu II I a churchman than Frank 1 Can Cannon Cannon Cannon ¬
non one of the Staten n flr firllt t Initod Pn led Status
Senators and A eon of the th late lal Georeo Q
Cannon an apostle becoming one of lu I I
loaders Cannon ntnflon was made editor of a gee
tile newspaper lIew p3per and ie now no one of the moat mOIl
bitter antI outspoken of the enemto eneml of the
Church ChurchIn
In the last city lIy campaign the American
bv a narrow margin gained control Sinoe
that t lat time the city baa advanced aa II never
t fore The population has ha increased at a aremarkable arenarkabl aremuuzrkabie
remarkable rate rat and mote stroeta have been
paved in two years ffLra than in all 11 the prcvi prcvious
ous us hiatory of the city ct Tins present baa his
l been > een tbe greatest building year ar in the life lifeof lifeof lifeof I
of Malt Lake and more outnide oul lde capita c pltl1l has I
been attracted IItI racl than ever in tju t pest I
Sotnething of the spirit 1ft which the
Americans are ar waging their campaign la lanhown isushuown I
nhown by pouters which have hav be been n placed placedon
on n billboards in all par parts la of the city One of
them reads aa follow followUNDKR tollmllUN followUNUtR
UNDKR UN CltltllCII rONTHOI
Matt Lake Ctly Ctl was wtiu W WGelUnll wasen
en u Year UctUnf GelUnllUNIIll1PJ
UNIIll1PJ a Imputation II ot ff 2JCOO an ccc
INDKK AMERICAN COMKOI ROI
The InrrnM lar n > lu Beat
zsotti S 235 m ll Uontk Moa
KEEP HALT LAKE
AN AMERICAN ASI RICAN CITY CITYAnother CITYAnolher CITYAnother
Another poster read readsYon readY
Yon Y Otl Cia B Ds a
Republican Rpull aa or a ll I IOiOeT1 mo rat ra
In Mate aiDe or Teas TnaBUT Teasaug
BUT IN UTAH
Rrpublktna and Democrat
Are tbe Same
TUB TJI CHURCH CONTROLS BOTH
of American leader
In the present campaign Is I to 0 convince
newcomers to the city that true Republican ¬
ism and true Democracy demand their
allegiance to the American party here
On in the Councitmanlo ticket the parties
using ullin theae names In the th campaign in this
cUyJhave city have combined For Mayor Robert
P MorrIs a former Mayor la the Demo ¬
cratic and Dr C O Plummer the Repub ¬
lican candidate Before the campaign
end Joseph F Smith II expected to ladS indicate IDdlcat ladScats ¬
cats cat bin bl perference and one or the other
of these men will III receive tbe united sup ¬
port of the Mormons The prophet did didnot didnot didnot
not make known bill choice in the last cam campaign campalgn camiai ¬
paign iai until the very eve of election but buteven buteveo bunteven
even at that late lat hour It la conceded be bechanged huchanled hechanged
changed more than 2000 vote votePresent
Present Indication favor the reelection reelectionof
of John 8 SBranaordthoMayor Bransford Branlf > rdthe the Mayor Bransford
Is I a Democrat in national politics but an
Amvrloan Am < lo locally The American point JJO li1
to their plurality of two years 7 ago JrO and andexpect
expect the vote of the majority of the new newoomera newoomllfll newcorners
corners If the th American a succeed sucoee In
winning Innlo two tw successive elections Mor Morrnonism Mormonillm Mormonism
monism aa a political power will III have
been dealt a death blow The result
Mayor Branafordn friends lflDdl saeert will
man the beginning of a new era In Salt
take City
Although he lives JlvNlo In Provo Reed ffenoot noo
Is vitally interested In the outcome of the
campaign and Is giving his hi personal peaso atten ¬
tion to directIon I its for the Republicans
Failure to deliver the chief city In Utah
W theRsfMblicsii party rhich hioh kept him himsecure himsecure
secure II in his seat In the Senate would
ha h a humiliation and would shatter his
political idci influence influenceWomen loftuenoeWomen influenceWomen
Women vote in all elections in Utah and
are a strong factor All of the five re wires Wlv
of th the prophet w will III vote ajtalnit sais the
American ticket tloketorCIOtUII8 of ofcou course Wo 11 Wot of the tb
other high dignitaries of the Church also
have plural wires wl Three of lbs t twenty
on one wive lvNot oMhe the tot late Mgham Youn YounWoman Young are
IW1 living bore bereWoman boreWoman
Woman faints to Night Court CourtIrene Coort1rtne CourtIrene
Irene Williams n years old ireat rratrj d
for disorderly conduct fainted in it the night nighturt IIlibtcourt nljhtcourt
court urt Jut i night 1 bt ftoL11 after ter bel being entmnoej nt nwKl to t
the workhouse ae by Magistrate Corrifan Coni
U IIw WJLIIlIOf18 so H time in tefora Pfo she h hsufflciently wanj revived
sufflciently summcientlytotneaknaay summcientlytotneaknaayI to be taken a ay
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VEST EST QUALITIES QUALITIESBody QUALITIESBody QUALITLESBody
Body Brussels BrusselsCarpet BrusselsCarpet BrusselsCarpel
Carpet CarpetINCUIDIN6
INCUIDIN6 BORDERS lIOaDEaSANOtSTAIItSmMATeR lIOaDEaSANOtSTAIItSmMATeRSIN ROIDERSANDISTAIIS ANDtSTAIRS TO MATCH
SIN 100 and 125 per r yard yardBROADWAY yardBROADWAY yardBROADWAY
BROADWAY A 19TH STREET STREETSTETSON STREETSTETSON STREETj STREETSTETSON
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STETSON FLAT FLATTREAD FLATTREAD FLATTREAD
TREAD TREADFrom TREADFrom TREADFrom
From every point of ofview ofview ofview
view probably no Stetson Stetsonmore is ismore ismore
more popular popularthis this fall with well welldressed welldrc welldressed
dressed drc sed men menand and especially especiallyyoung especiallyyoung 5pecidlyyoung
young men menthan than the short shortvamp shortvamp shortvamp
vamp Flat Tread More than thanordinarily thanordinarily
ordinarily stylish stylisheven even for a aStetson aStetson aStetson J
Stetson StetsonA
A fine shoe ia dull leather for or bail buiincsj busiIt bailg
Den with its it style Ie properly expressed expressedby
by itntrt linei lineanot not shiny material materialEqually materilEqaatty materialt materialEqually
Equally distinct distinctive dininctta1 distinctot ¬
It g ive for semi dress dresswear
ta1 t ot n wear The ThoWelf Theseer STETSON SHOP SHOP9COOTIANOTST SHOPa SI4OPfi
Dont Don t mist tents it itftrton 9COOTIANOTST 9CORTlANSton
a on 1 8rodw 8rodwAI > a
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GFU CFUDEKOUMCESINJUNCTION CFUDEKOUMCESINJUNCTIONU1 CF DENOUNCES INJUNCTION INJUNCTIONOXK
OXK DELEGATE DEU Otn ADVISES A In THE THE1HKSSMEX TillJRIS9VEN TilEIRESSML7
1HKSSMEX TO HIXOItE IT ITAppral ITAppal ITAppeal
Appeal to Be Taken From 011I Judge Tliunip Tliunipnns Thwnpsons lIIp lIIp11111I1
sons Order Hrttralnliuc Tlirin Iroiii IroiiiNtrlklng 1111111trlkn EruntuStriktn1gOthr
Ntrlklng Striktn1gOthr trlkn thrr h r lb Usher tor r Iledlr nil iil lie ItrAlkrd IkoAs lieAsked
Asked As to ° Join oln In the Flflit Acalnit it
The local representatives of tho Inter Internatioaal Inlelntional Internatioual
natioaal Printing Pressmens Prelllmln1I11I1 and Assistants ABslstanWtnon A8I Assistantsttdon IDnl IDnlUnion
Union which demands l te e clotwdebopHiind clotwdebopHiindeight cOIIt closed > dshollIlulIl dshollIlulIlIgbl abopusandcigint
eight hour work day day1Innolm nnountvdyeHtordiiy nnountvdyeHtordiiythat d YPHlrrcJllY YPHlrrcJllYthat
that the union will fight tine decision of ofIudRe orludJe ofJtntlge
> IudRe Thompson of tl the Initeil States SlutPHCircuit HIIII HIIIICircuit StatesCircuit
Circuit Court Cinclnnnli niiikiiiK tier Jltrmannt tiermanent IHTmnntnt
mnntnt the Injunction Injunrdollwhlch which restrains tbe tbeunion Ihtunion thn thnimmnlon
union and UH It officers from engaging In InBtrikea Inalrlkes innstrikes
strikes or boycott against t the Itiltod ItiltodTypothetw PnllClITypolbe tnilteilTypothetw
Typothetw of fAinerku and and will aiKul aiKulto npealto
to the th United State Hupionif Court ollr At Atyesterdays AIY Atyesterdays
yesterdays Y meeting of tho Central Fed Federated Feulcrated d derted ¬
crated Union the followinic reaolutlonH reaolutlonHwere Ifsolullonere
were ere pawed on the motion of Albert AlbertAbrahams AIlMriAbrahllm AlbertAbrahams
Abrahams of the Franklin AssocIation All ocinioll of ofFrees ofPr ofFrees
Frees Pr Feeders FoederaTlut FoodeNlRnltI FeedersRrsofteITinit
RnltI RrsofteITinit Tlut Inanmiioli until ulhIIIIrllalillllfll ulhIIIIrllalillllfllIrlntlllil Internuliminl linteruionlluumulPrintitig InternuliminlPreumrn
Irlntlllil Pressmen slid Aw AIfaul < l laiilH I t nioii nioiiat 111011I
I at present engaged in a struggle with 11 h tin tinemploying I hlsemploying hI hIemploln
employing printer Ihe le Typntlicti fur llc llcpurpose 1101pur thopurpose
pur purpose u of eilabllnlilnif llbllllhlll humane cnniillioiix cnniillioiixor sunmidit ioui iouifor
for or themselves und liiiumnrli u < I iint lit h cm cmplujrlnc cmiiploylng
plujrlnc printers the Typolhrtt 1 pol hI IIIIXP 1111 HI HIcured H n ncured >
cured from the United State Circuit Court Tuurlhrongh CollrIhrouah Courtthrougii
hrongh Judge fbomi Ibornnpsoiu > > uu n morl Hureiiini Hureiiininjuncllon 11 sneeuInuginjunctIon tlllI
injunctIon which striken H u tilou hlo not only 0111 0111orlttnlrrd ul uloricatilred nutorganired
oricatilred labor but al a HIP liberty anti rUhtx rUhtxof rllh rllhof
of every American rillen ami iiiamnuuli 11I1lIIlIchIhp it ithe set setthe
the he Injiiuctton seeks b to rumpel Hit Inter International IrllrOIIlOODI tiniernitioniul ¬
national Printing Pressmen Pre lIIpn and sintamins sintaminstnlon MI lnanl lnanlUnion tall tallUnion
Union to live 11 up to an niereenienr slgnned nl Ie npl liv n nfew afew
few individuals Indlvldualwilhoul without unltiorilv uill cull lorl y HIK P lid wliicli wliicliwas wlnklnwas hilhWIAI I
was never ratified by the his rnnL niul tile nl or HI said saidorganIzation aliIornl18110 Id Idorjranlratlon
organIzation therefore IIP h it itKrtotrnl IInolrtJ itResumed
Resumed That thelentrsl Kfderslfd 1 11111111 11111111condlmnll Inioncondemns nloii nloiicondemns
condemns the injunction an II not only IIMJIIM IIMJIIMn
In n law but merely another u muse r uf Jiulirvn J 1111 ar and andUorernmeat II andtiovernmet lid lidOnveroment
Uorernmeat In the th Interests of predatory predatorywealth prldolorywealth predatorywealth
wealth and that all political purlieu und undudgea anllIuda annlJudges
Judges Iuda which Issue injunctions which have b nn nnlaalaln 110billa nobasliin
laalaln billa In justice be b II condemned as Iheencmlex Iheencmlexof I he enlmllll enlmllllof
of labor
The Immediate effect of this Injunction Injunctionsaid mum notion notionsaid
said Abraham 9 is to hold up our strikes strikest
It t also enjoins our strike fund and nd prevents preventsus
us U from giving 1l a aid to pressmen who went etnt on ontrike ontrike onstrike
trike before the injunction was IUI issued issuedThe IMuedThe issuedThe
The agreement agreementwhich which theTypothete tbe theTypotbetasnsyswe theTypotbetasnsysweviolito Typothel says we weviolate e evlol
violate vlol le was 19 never ratified by the rank and
tile of the union The rank and file never neverwanted neveranted neverwanted
wanted to wait alt until 1M 1I10a i for the eight hour hourrork hourork hourwork
work day as this agreement provides providese
We e do not know what hat may happen before
1108 K The injunction is an anunjult unjust abuse of ofpower ofpoer ofpower
power If we order any Rn more strikes or orsend oreend oraendountetrike
send aendountetrike out outBtrike strike pickets or pay paystriko strike boned bonefiaor ts tsr
or r levy an assess assessment meot to enforce an eight eightour
hour our demand on the closed shops we are areable
liable to bo sent to jail Argument to make makesimilar makea
a similar Injunction permanent in thin city
baa ins been heard before Justice Ju tloe McCall of the
Supreme Court who ho has not yet rendered renderedits
its decision but we hope his hi decision will 11
b be different from that of Judge Thompson on Of OfExAlIIImlblyman
ExAssemblyman 1 Prince lIce delegate of the
cigar cilar packers pacl ers said that he would advIse
Abrab Abraham mll union to pay no attention to
the lie injunction aa the dgarmakers did
during urine a strike In 180O when hen a similar In ¬
Junction was iflsuert by Justice Freedman Freedmanof
of f the th Supreme Court Prince said that In
spite pite of the injunction the clgarmakera cInnakcontinued
continued to pay y stirjke a ko benefits and nothing
was 19 done dOneln In the way IIY of enforcing the In
unction unctionIt
It was decided to send copies of the rso ao
utions to Judge Thompson and to ask
other ther labor lab r bodies throughout the country ry
to 0 5f pt WowlJoM reolutlons of the same kind and
end l88CI < nhemtohlm them themtotuinznI to him himV
I
V 110 Of P CltOSSCOVSTRY CltOSSCOVSTRYwkers
wkers Have a Mraaw 1Nr Squad Especially EI lall lallWII
WltBHaahtasaadJooMln WltBHaahtasaadJooMlnPennsylvania With HallkIMd Hsins ad Jest 08ft In
Pennsylvania will not be so badly badl v q > for
oroeacountrr ero couDtry runners runDetbl thla thisfail fall after all Ouy
Hasklna the Intercollegiate i terc llegiate te half mile and andFrancis
mile afamplon who finished third In the
ouotpy meet at PI11Hfton fall seasor 111
bla as returned to college awl Lloyd I P Jones 01111I
UB Ii rcOutatrJ hamploll I is captliia 0 ot I
thus tm 11 Lust Wilcox Chum Boyle
Moor Beflk Becknn4 Del Iack Jsckare re rated first cia clu 0111
and iii 11 ba hve hid u experience flrlnce
Francis Flumlyof Plumb fJf tbe Ofl and 07 track
teems has hi reentered P PennsylvanIa nnayl snl H He < wi was
a fast ma lJ11 In hs quarter rter mil snd hair mil mill
lit year snn will k1p out ° ut I h he f relay tmy teem COIT con
ciderabhy l r
I SAVED AT ATi ATST
i ST WINNIFRED WINNIFREDHOSPITAL WINNIFREDHOSPITAL
HOSPITAL HOSPITALKan
San Francisco Bulletin BulletinTho Bulletinthio
Tho phyniclans In Honolulu could do donothing ohsnothing
nothing for I U S Deputy Marshal Win Wintorn Vnntorts
torn add ho guvo thorn up in despair and andcuino andcinno
cuino to Him Kruncisco to ace if there wan wanany wausany
any physician here who could cure an ex extreino extremnsn
treino cam of chronic BrightH Disease He Hebad liemad
bad bad twoumunicconviilsionHwoH two uurnzmic connvtiisionuiwnnn almost almostbursting almostbmwnsling
bursting with dropny and after fighting fightingtho
tho tli difteane for two yearn wait at the theenndot theenndotthi end of oftbt
tbt wiiy llio first phynlcian he consulted consultedin
in thin city told him that chronic Nephritis NephritisIR
IR now a curable dibeiat and Hint he would wouldprobubly wouldirobahiy
probubly recover He sent the patient to totho toI
tho I hut St Winuifred Hospital put him on the thenew lieriotw
new treatment for Bright Disease coil pro proceeded vnr vnrceeded ¬
ceeded to aid it iu many ways Hint the theHUlllml thusnskhlletl
HUlllml practitioner iindnrntandH In four fourinonllm fourunontius
inonllm Winters went back to tho I ins Inbuilt Inbuiltperfectly Jsiannnlsperfectly
perfectly well San Francisco liulleiin liulleiinVo
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