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,r MORNING, DECEMBER 24, 1904.
Jttk'1011' THE SALT LATTK TRIBXTTE. page seveit
cpORTING NEWS I
L Jy inning
I Lt From Felipe Hugo
f LlES Cal- Pec &-Ww-ltt.
Kfd nut horse, showed some
EuWMd t cot last year
riue 121 rounds up. by
wk today from FeHp,e
F. ,.,. th Waswift was al
m iho bet tins. irV drift
F..0 toTlnthr books, while
Sit command at the head of
fW?,05 Jon easily. "rnrH0 fav?r"
gtfwty. Weather cloudy.
F "'"urlongs-Andvarl 103
ff L woo. Anono. 105 (Miller),
feii Lanlcado. W3 (McDanlel).
IfSEf'Tlmo. l:fl Auro, Ladv
Rft., . Miss I'ow.H and Gar-
Slamm course Happj
P.r iiWcncof. 5 to 5. won; Her
SnTnM) 6 to 1. second. Foxy
SftKV to 1, third Time,
IjjSrbett. Crosbq. Our Pride.
i E JDrelna and M ii Provo also
iL ris furlongs-Was wlft. ia.
B " i ( l won. ITHpe I-in-.'". l'
BTi to 1 second; Kenilworth 11"
rl.lr.J 'I ini' . l it'. Sals.
YvA Blrdl- P. also ran.
K- . , , De ut nto, 1"j
RLr 6 to 1 won. ( ixford 111.
rjj!, . - ..rt-rn mi 1"
t,, ; third Tim', i 01V4 ' 'evon
Kfct, Belle Dixon and Buchanan
&ct idling, one mile an da slx
Hem '.'I 1 Mi I anlel 7
E v,:,j, i Walsh i to 2 si -Kij.
pj iK: '. -I to I. third.
E(v H irl r ilso r.in
; -.- v , Red llflfe, 108
bi ) 1 1 1 won Greasl I tern,
It"! f i '. . -I r tin d. r.ii"! . ''7
P loi, tl It Time ii Trova
Kdlon. r!'p-r. K;"-' N"i.". Km.
M -- 1 l-"h Mthful B 9
fe Ti! Bach ilso ran
IISY FOR HONITON
fojed With the FieJd In
andicap nt Oakland.
UKCISCO. Dec. 23. Carrying
l of IM poui.d. Honlton toyed
Wd in the handicap at Oakland
iff Jockey won as far its he
Iter was a spirited finish be
Mccnd and third horses and
left cot up In time to get the
i Jcdge In the last Jump. The
tilningout Mc Bride was sus
rcee week for rough riding on
ekudy; track sloppy Results.
. Futurity course KdgecllfTe
Ht second. Handy Bill third,
recc. six furlongs Albemarle
Kent second, Bell Reed third
Mf, Fix fwlnngs. p'jnse Dr.
: Is Air second, A. Muskoday
ice, evn furlongs, handicap
na.Megrane second. Judge
, ore mile, selling Dora 1
Car second. The Lieutenant
je, mile and seventy yards. sll
ttt von, Leila second, Red
H third Tim. . I i
WKBesQlts at New Orleans.
" iid, Fruit tlitn in. )
!!:- lx f rlungs- I iti
HNa, it i!.- and onc-elghth Lady
ijgaLr':' mil.' ml one-quarter
L';': '"- Mi i 'arthv
Lr?' '' i ' In enberg
" I. Ah. da third
MPfcr Entries for Saturday.
Ea1'"" Inzburg ...103
MT - loo
roi... and ,i sixteenth, hnn
B'i." Denton ....
JWtee. mile and an eighth. .,..
Bier" ') '.r,v' 1'"
m- oWen I Ight .. 99
Pi J''' Martin .. m
EfWfStlcinh-'! "'"I" 1
PlJri TV"' '"s fJ""v'l fr.mn
i.. i '''ii i'ol be
MillrH." ll" so Lutle Iills.
w They also relievo DLs-
TTlE 'n " u"'n r In-
I l t" h - ' 'h To Uoartv
II ni." ' A perfect rem-
"ILLS n 1 ,rTntata8, Nausea,
Uf11' slaess. Dad Taste
irt. 1 t'jo Month. O ted
K- : 'n In the side,
UEcHD LlVKu. TUey
.Bft Bem,inH Must Bear
Oakland Tips for Saturday.
Special to The Tribune.
BAM FRANCISCO. Cal., Dec. 23,-Fol-owing
are the Examiner's tips for Oak
land races on Saturday
': ,r: 1 l '"111' H Karabel. Sugdcn.
Second race Prince Brutus, yada
Third race -W. R. Condon. Sol Llchten
sleirj bir Preston.
Fourth rac-Brlers. Mclsterslngcr, Bar-
Fifth race Albemarle. Mountebank
Sixth race Dungarmon, Dusty Miller
Scores in Chess Tournament.
NEW YORK, Dec. 23-The second
round of the thirteenth annual Inter-col-legiato
chess tournament between four
Students each from Columbia, Harvard
Vale and Prln. ton Was plnved h.-re to
day The scores to date are.
Harvard won tyf lost If Columbia won
i . !,,m ji, i wnn -i OJll 5ll priIut..
ton won 3'i. lost 4
To Sell Union Jockey Club Property.
BT LOUIS. Dec 23. -John W. Wood
who was today appointed permanent re
ceiver of the Union Joekev club property
I " (l-i ed tn m. 11 the property from
the courthouse on December 30 for not
less than $50,000. The club had Its first
season last summer when It operated
without the sanction of the extern
Fought to a Draw.
MILWAUKEE. Dec. 23. Maurice Bay
ers of this city and Aurello Heirers if
California went six rounds to a draw be
fore the Milwaukee Boxing club tonight
in the semi-Anal Mauro Herrera pot the
decision over Willie Mack of Brooklyn
CHIEF CROSSES FRONTIER.
Insurgent Seeks Asylum in British
Bechuanaland From Germans.
BERLIN. Dec 23. The German Conwul
Geneial nt Capetown announces that nc-
. rdlng to official British dispatches the
Herrera chef, Samuel Mnhetero, has
crossed the frontier Into British Bechuan
aland and asked permission of the au
tborltles to remain permanently.
The British Magistrate In Ngamlland
has received orders to prevent the Herri-
ros so far ns posslbie from entering
British territory, but those entering must
be Immediately disarmed and prevented
from returning to German Southwest Af
rica, and the Grman officials must be
permitted to come Into the colony and
examine the cattle of the refugee Here
roe to determine whether they are stolen
The Magistrate has also been Informed
that Samuel Maherero with a limited
number of followers might remain, but
that they must settle at a considerable
distance from the German frontier Sam
uel Is the principal Insurgent chief
NO TRUTH IN REPORT.
Union Pacific Having No Trouble
With Lucin Cut-Off.
CHICAGO. Dec. 23 The report that the
1 nlon Pacific Railway company was experiencing-
preat difficulty with the Ln
cln cut-off of that road oer Great Salt
lake, Utah, was emphatically denied hero
tonight by Julius Kruttschnltt. director
maintenance and operation of the
flu-re hie l. en no serious slnklrip re
cently of the grade on the Lncln cut
off exce)t the usual subsidence of any
ni wlf constructed line." suid Mr. Kmit
Bcbnftt The bank at Rami.o and every
where else In Great Sait lake Is up to
grade, and wo are shipping away tools
and outfits as fast as we can. reserving
only enough In case of further sinks We
hud some ordinary settlements this week,
but not enough to delay ti-alns except on
1 . . . mber SO when there was a delay of
forty minutes to one of our passenger
POWER FOR GOLDFIELD.
Company Organized to Biing It
Eighty Miles, Prom Bishop Creek.
Sp. l.i I to The Tribune
DENVER. Colo.. Dec. 23. Denver and
Qulncy. 111., capitalists have formed the
Nevada Power company to supply power
to mines and mills at GoldflSld
It Is capitalized at $1,000,000 Power will
be furnished by hydro-electric transmis
sion : t r i I will be generated by the water
fall of Bishop creek, on the eastern slope
of the Blerras, eighty miles from Gold
Held. , .
Work on the pow. r plant will Include
the building of a pipe line 12.000 feet long
with S fall of 1000 feet to carry the water
Rodney Curtis, P. J Campbell, C. M.
Hobbs and G S Wood of Denver, and
i -, ,,n, Edward Prim e of v! llncj are
backing the project.
MIXES ANIMAL SPECIES.
Dr. Loeb Hybi idizes Individuals of
Different Zoological Families.
BJBRKJSLBY, Qal., 1'ec 23 Dr. Jac
ques Loeb, head of the department of
physiology of the University of Califor
nia has Just published the results of
further experiments on 'heterogeneous
I.' i rldl.n lion" In eel In. .del ms
Where once It was deemed possible to
bring about the fertilisation of eggs of
one species with the sperm of the same
t pedes. Dr Loeb has, In bis original ex-
p, in i- iii-cn abb to cross the various
species of the same family, and now, as
the blest biological marvel be has been
.,l.le to hybridize the Individuals of dlf
f. rent zoological families, bringing about
1 1 'atlonshlps and breed" that were once
considered utterly impossible from a
. lentlfl. standpoint.
HAD TO SWIM EIGHT MILES.
Pitcoirn Island Cutter Wrecked, One
Man Drowned and Three Escape.
PAPEETE, Tahiti. Dec. 10. Via San
Francisco. Dec 23. The pltcalrn Island
cruising cutter has been wrecked. Mr
ti.frin, one of the passengers, was
drowned Three young men managed to
make their escape by swimming eight
miles In rough sea.
Appointed Secretary at Washington.
ST. PETERSBURG, Dec. 23. M De Sl
bert. second secretary of the Russian le
gation at Brussels, has been appointed to
succeed tht late Andre Robroff, second
m.i.iuis of the Russian embassy at
Washington, who died 'it Riga, Russia,
Two Women Asphyxiated.
FAN ITRANCISCO, Dec 23. Nellie Tracy
and Ma- Johnson, employed in a dance
hall were found dead In th.-lr room In a
lodKliig-house today They had been ac
cidentally asphyxiated by gas.
Student Board Meets
Try to Patch Up Differences
Growing From Hazing
President Butler Reads Riot Act to
Offending Students, nnd Prom
ises Severe Punishment
NEW YORK, Dec 23.-A truco hos
n en arranged between the faculty of Co
lumbia university and the sophomore
1 la -. which resented the suspension of
four of their number for participation In
the Klngdon Gould hazing affair, and
which had threatened to quit the uni
versity in a body.
The student board, represented by the
presidents of the various classes, bolh
college and science, met Dean Hutton to
day to discuss the suspension of four
sophomoree Their decision, which was
announced was that suspension will be
left primarily In the hands of the stu
The conditions under which this was
One The student oonrd will prohibit
basing In obnoxious form
Two Freshmen will bs under the sur
veillance of the Mphomorei
Tin ee-Any case of fr hncs? ' of i he
und.-r classmen will be brought to the
attention of the board, and they will
serve notice on the student that his ac
tions have aroused the animosity of the
sophomores, and they will fix a penalty
which thty must pay.
Four -There will be an under class
fight and the wlnrers will have the right
to snmmon the officers of the defeated
cluss to appear nt their dinner.
Need Not Capture Freshmen.
This Is expected to do away with the
capturing of freshmen by trie sccond-ear
The student board of representatives
was authorized to draw up a plan em
bodying these provisions, which Is to
Li submitted to the students Immediately
after the Christmas holidays
When the members of the sophomore
class learned of the suspension of their
Class mates. Algelthlnger, Dotv, Cauchola
nnd Finch, until February 0, 1905, the
entire student body was aroused and at
the preliminary mass meellng President
Browne of the college seniors, had to
caution the men present to keep cool.
President Butler held a conference
with Dean Hutton. of the School of Ap
plied Science early In the day. after
Which the suspensions were announced
Immediately after their conference the
tudent body held Its protesting mass
meeting at Earl hall. About .Vjo stu
dents attended and expressed their dis
approval of the action of the faculty.
A petition was drawn up and signed by
the students present, many of the names
b Ing those of prominent athletes of the
university it follows:
' We, the undersigned under-graduatss
In the university; do respectfully peti
tion that the sophomores who have this
day been suspended from the university,
be reinstated 1
A formal statement Issued today by
President Nicholas Murray Butler Id an
nouncing the suspensions dealt at length
with the enforcement Of college discip
line at Columbia. In this connection the
"The university will nut permit to pas?-.
unnoticed -my annoyance of an individ
ual student or any attack upon him by
a committee or group of oth.r students
whether this goes by the name of hazing
or otherwise There p no elabornl U
of rubs at Columbia the violation of
any one of which will suble t tb- of
fender to academic discipline. Every
student is treated a a gentleman and is
expected to Conduct hirmolf as a gen
tleman Whenever a case has been re
ported which Involved the persecution of
any Individual freshman by a group of
scphotnor?s who could be Identified aca
demic dlsebdlne h.'.s followed and will
follow with i i creasing sevority until the
pi it lice l slopped."
ONE FARE FOR THE ROUND
Via SALT LAKE ROUTE. Tickets sold
Dec. 23. 24. 2fi. 31 nnd Jan 1 Limit for
return. Jan. 3. 1005. Bee agents for particulars.
Immense Sum That Will Bo Paid to
NEW YORK, Dec !3.-An enormous
amount will be pnid out In Interest and
dividends at the beginning of the new
Following Is a comparative summary of
the January disbursements With com
parisons Dividend payments
Jan. 1906. Jan 1904
Railroad $ 27 Ouo.uOO $ 23.2V; 000
Industrial 23.289,460 2S.400.O0O
N.v. York traction... l.m.l J..
Bank and trust com
panies r.. 900,000 G.900.000
Totals .4 BO. 503,450 $ 59,150,000
Jan., lStC. Jan.. 1904.
Railroads $ 61.160,000 $ 09.(KKi,Ct"0
Industrial S.2:V.noo 8,000.000
N.w York traction... 1 souum l.MHi.um
Government 4.Ko,000 (,100,000
Greater New York
City 1,600.000 l.ili
Totals $ 77.0Sfi.tM) $ 74,70o.OuO
Grand total $136,7v3.4oo HM,8SO,000
PLANS FOR TERMINAL,
Passenger Station for New York Cen
tral to Cover 10 City Blocks.
NEW YORK, Dec. 83. Plans for a new
railroad terminal to take the place of the
present Grand Central station were sub
mitted to a eommRtco of the City Board
Of Estimate today h Ira A Place fn-
Bra, , ounsel foi the New Jfbi k ntral
railroad, and George II Daniel. gin-Titl
passenger agent of the sajne companj
a., i..nn of more than nineteen city blocks
will be token up by the new terminal
Which will extend from DVrty-SSCOnd to
Fifty-seventh streets and from Madison
to Lexington avenues
Scheme to Immigrate
Will Ship Them to Liverpool. Then to
Canada, Entering States at
W ASIIINCTnN, Dee :r Information
has reached the Immigration authorities
of a seh-.-me by which It Is proposed to
bring Into this country Chinese, who In
the regular order of events, might be re
fused admission. The proposition to take
tht 1 hinese from China to Liverpool nnd
ticket them through t. New York
via Halifax ur St John nnd Rouses
Point. The particular desire of the pro
moters of tie plan In to have the Chinese
enter thle c.uiitr thiough Rouf.-s Point,
which Is on the Canadian line near the
border of .New York and Vermont
At Rouses Point no detention house of
tht Immigration service Is located, and the
Chinese entering the country there would
not be subject to the Investigation of a
i'. gulai I rd ol Immlrr at Ion Inspectors
They would be detained. however, by
I'nlieil States Marshals, but this pro
ceeding would bring the cases, In due
. "ii ", i .. I',, re i'i i ....-, Si ales . ommls-Hiom-i
s. Each t'hlnaman would be pro
rided With patters indicating that he was
a resident of this country and had a right,
therefore, to return to It Such papers,
the Immigration officials assert, ore not
difficult to obtain The same scheme wan
worked successfully se.-rai years ago
along the Canadian border until broken
up by the establishment of detention
houses, where the applicants were held
p. ndlng a rigid liiquir Into the nature of
ih- evidence they submitted, and this plan
will be followed at Rouses Point If the
project Is not abandoned
OIL MEN AT OUTS.
Suit Begun by Receiver in Bank
P l uptcy Involving $369,000.
CHICAGO Dec 23 Suit Involving over
$369,000 hos been begun by Max H. Whit
ney, trustee In bankruptcy of the Nation
al Linseed OH company against the Amer
ican Linseed OH company and the Central
Trust company of New York The action
was begun In tho United States District
Mr. Whitney charges that the Amerlcon
COmpanj h.d.ls two agnem.nts releasing
it from payment of $2y 000 owed the Na
tional company. Ho declares thes are
fraudulent and wants them set aside.
The court Is also asked to order tho
Central Trust company to turn over 515.
1'07 of pref.-rred and common stock val
ued at $07,322 to tho National company.
SUES FOR CERTIFICATE.
Freed Says Greenewalds Will Not
Recognize Ownership of Stock.
C M Frcea hos brought suit In the Dis
trict court to mandamus tho Greenewald
Furniture company, Carl S. Schmidt, vice
president; O. J. A. Greenewald. socrot.tr,
of the company. Judge Morse signed tho
mandamus, returnable January 3 In Judge
The petitioner says that he bought from
Hyman A. Lelpzlger a certificate for 160
shares of the stock, of the Greenewald
company. Tho shares are said to be worth
over $75oO Frcea says he requested
Schmidt and Greenewald to Issue him a
new certificate in place of the one in hi?
possession that was Issued to Lelpzlger
The defendants refused to do so.
Maniac Committed to Provo.
William Lewis was ordered committed
to the asylum at Provo .yesterday by
Judge Hall. Lewis Is the maniac who was
i . i pow eied ..n Brlghajn street on Tues
day night. Deputy Sheriffs Andrew
Smith. Billy Edwards and Joe Sharp had
a hard struggle to overpower him ami get
him to the county Jail
Lewis was not present at the hearing.
He v. is so ilolent that It was luadvlsable
to bring him out of the padded cell at the
Jull. The deputy sheriffs testified before
Judge Hall to Ix-wls s undoubted Insanity.
Assistant County Physician T g Odsll
certified him Insane. Ijewls was formerly
a deputy sheriff In Salt Lake county. He
killed A. J. Gler. a barbSY, In Sandy, som
years ago. In an Insane lit. Tlils will
make Lewis's third visit to on asylum.
Rlverton Pupils Entertain
The pupils Of the Forty-fourth district
county school gave a very Interesting en
tertainment it Rlverton hall last night
sV.ral hundred parents and friends were
pres. nl Several good numhers were on
the. programme, Including drills and
songs. A very encouraging address was
given by County Superintendent B. W.
Ash ton. A three-net operetta concluded
the evening, entltlid. ' The Fairies and
Pixies." This was cleverls performed, and
the grotesque costumes of the Pixies in
particular caused much amusement Con
siderable credit Is due to Principal John
Hansen, Mr Plnder and Miss Bnow for
the success of the entertainment
Mortgages Are Foreclosed.
Judgment for $85,960.84 has been recov
ered In Judge Hall's court by the Deseret
Savings bank from James J Cone, Wil
liam H. McClure. JeSHe W. Fox. E R
i- Mr. dgi . Ben R Bldredge, n s Young,
Ellas A Smith. John Sharp. John F.
Sharp. Joseph H Sharp. Heber C. Sharp
and llyrum S Young.
The suit was to foreclose certain mort
gages These were executed to cover the
hub bteilnesH of the defendants on eight
promissory notes. The mortgages were
on ( '. ntral Park In Salt Lake City, some
property In Colorado, some land up Mill
Creek and other property.
Judge Hall has appointed Jane Strlng-
Bamuel Btringfellow, deceased. Her bond
Is fixed at MOM
Edna E. D. L. Herr has filed suit In the
District court against Isaac L. Lyon. The
action t brought to quiet title to certain
Suit has been filed In the District court
against Eugene Chatlln and Stephen Legal-
bj the i a Lemmers Bottling com
pany The action Is brought to recover
judgment for .i7 4:t f..r goods delivered
WHYN0T USE A GOOD
Only $2 per month for individual line
In residences. Utah Independent Tele
Woman Acquitted of Murder.
CRIPPLE CREEK, Colo Dst 88. Mrs
William Qladdcn who Shol and killed her
mi. I it Heir home In Arequa gulch
Thursday( has been acquitted by the
Coroner's Jury. Tho Jury found that the
woman sh I In self-defense Mrs Glad
den has Waived preliminary examination
and I"- n placed under bond to appear In
the District court.
Sufferers from sciatica should not
hesitate to use Chamberlain's Pain
Balm. The prompt relief from pain
Which it uffords Is alone worth many
times Its cost For sale by all leading
Little Removed From
Philippine Ambush of Ameri
can Soldiers in Worst
Part of Island.
Secretary Taft Makes Public Report
Describing Condition of Af
WASHINGTON, Dec. 23 First LleuL
George F Abbott, who commands the
Thirty-eighth company of Philippine
scouts, which was ambushed by natives
at Dolores, Samor, and one Lieutenant
and thirty-seven enlisted men killed, was
a corporal In tho Ninth United States In
fantry at the fight at Tientsin. China, dur
ing the Boxer troubles.
Officers In Washington familiar with his
record say that he distinguished himself
in that engagement by seizing the colors
when the color-bearer fell, and succeeded
In holding them In the line. No adlci-B
regarding the ambuscade have ot been
receied at the War department.
Secretary Taft this afternoon made pub
He a mall report Just received from Gov.
Wright in regard to tho condition of at
fairs in Samar and other islands of the
Little Removed From Savagery.
II Is, In part. as follows
"Tho great bulk of the civilized Fili
pinos hvo on, or not remote from, the
i. oast line, but there are scattered com
munities living In tho mountains who are
little removed from savagery It fre
quently happens that Home enterprising
man among them will obtain a considera
ble following and will perpetrate all sorts
of outruges upon peaceful and Inoffensive
"This cannot be changed at once. It
therefore may be Inferred that for several
years to come there will be eruptions from
this source, and that they will make raids
upon tha civilized Filipinos living tn ths
lowlands, as heretofore The commission,
so far as Its finances permit, is engaged
In building roads to open up these remote
sections of the Interior and to muke them
How Trouble Begins.
"A striking instance of tho tendencies
of these mountaineers Is furnished by re
cent occurrences In the Island of Samnr
Two months ago several hundred of these
hill men under the leadership of one nt
tie lr number who si h-s himself Papa
(Pope) Bulon and who, as is usually the
case, claims to be divinely inspired, sud
denly descended upon the native towns
along the coast line. plundered and
burned the outlying barrios and began
killing men, women and children Indis
criminately 'Tho constabulary promptly took the
field agnlnsl them and they were soon
broken up Into small bands and are now
b( lug pursued and killed or captured
'Captured members of the hand say
that the Immediate cause of the out
bunk was that certain of their count ry
RU n who were prominent In the insur
rection and who havo been employed b
mercantile houses as agents for the pur
r base of hemp had r 1 th.-m by
paying them only a nominal prlc for
th lr hemp thereafter turning It in to
tlulr principals at a much larger price.
"The Spaniards impressed themselves
less, perhaps upon the people of Samar
than upon the Inhabitants of the Other
Islands except Mindanao the home of the
Moras There Is, therefore, more com
bustible mnterlol there, than In the other
MINISTER TAKAHIRA WELL.
Returns to Washington After Serious
Illness in New York
WASHINGTON. Dec. 23 Mr. Takahlm.
the Japanese Minister, received a most
cordial gre-tluK at the Stale department
This was the first time he has
seen Secretary Hay In many weeks, and
he htm lust recovered from a severe ill
nest The Secretary gave the Minister a
COP "I Ins nob to the powers, and h-art-11
V congratulated him
Mr. Takahlra also i ailed on President
Roosevelt today to pav his respects and
to iii. ink him tor courtesies shown him by
iii. President durlnK Mr Takablra's re
cent Illness. Mr Takahlra has recovered
entirely from the operation he underwent
In New York.
DEBTS OF ARMY OFFICERS.
Only Whore Non-Payment Threatens
Scandal Shall Military Interfere.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 23. An opinion by
the Judge Advocate-General In regard to
the claims against army officers was
given oul it tht War Department today,
with the statement that the views ex
pressed may be expected to govern the
attitude of the Department.
Tho civil courts, ihe opinion holds, are
the proper agents t" determine If any In
debtedness exists, and onlj where the
non-pa)-m nt of an established obligation
b an officer throoteiiR scandal to tic
si r vice do. s It b. come propt r t..r the uiill-
tarj authorities to consider the case.
Depew on the Spellbinder.
Tho campaign orator who Is a good
speaker Is handicapped when billed with
a statesman whose lofty position gives
him the stags it takes this statesmsB
usually from an hour and a half to two
hours and a half to develop his Ideas, and
when the orator comes on ho finds a tired
audleme which will not laugh at his Jokes
and wants to shut up his eloquence. The
worat experience the spellbinder can have
Is to be nent out to till the appointment of
some famous person. The local commit
tee will treat him with Insult und InJlOSpl-
'aiitv in my younger days I suffered
keenl) from this experience. The drawing
card in 163. when I ran for Secretary of
.State, was Gov Andrew, the war Gover
nor of Massachusetts, Something hap
pened to VnJrcvv nnd I wan sent to llll
his place. My first appointment was at
Deposit, at a mass iructlng of four coun
ties 1 hud bet n six wcoks on the stump
and looked like a tramp. An angry nnd
anxious committee pranced up und down
when Fels-Naptha helps Clothes
arc brighter; work is lighter.
GARDNER DAILY STORE NEWS. 1
Store Will Be Open This Evening.
fTis our last message to purchasers
of practical presents for Men and Boys.
For tomorrow is Christmas,
And all the shopping must be done
Now for the last time we submit a
partial list of the things most acceptable,
From which you may make a pleas
For Man, we suggest:
One ef these House Coat $5 to $20.
Or, one of these Bath Robe?, $4 to $12.
Or, on; of these Neckties, 25c to $2 00.
Or, a pair of these Gloves, 25c to $5.00.
Or, a pair of thtse Fancy Suspenders,
50c to $3 50.
Or, one of these Mufflers, 25c to $3.50.
For Boy, you may take:
One of these Sweaters 50c to $2 50.
Or, a pair of these Gloves, 25c to $1.50.
Or, a pair of these Levins, 50c to $1 50.
Or, one of these NecKtiss, 25c to 50c.
Suits and Overcoats make good gifts,
too, and we are showing great lots of
them at Stock-Reducing Sale Prices,
Today is the day.
p j. P. GARDNER sra. I
THE QUALITY STORE
CALIFORNIA AND EASTERN
And All Sporting: Events.
23 W. 2nd South.
208 MAIN ST
California and Eastern race. Direct
wire for all sporting events.
tho platform looking for Gov. Andrew. . I
stood there with a bandless hat and B
shawl over my shoulders, and finally said
to a oommltteman i "Gov. Andrew could
not com.- and they have sent mo" lb
looked me over, threw up his hands and
shouted: "Fooled again by the Si at
committee' Gov. Andnw can't come and
they huve sent us this! ' 1 did not tell
them that 1 was running at the head of
the ticket, and when they were so In
firmed by Daniel H Dickenson, who u
rle,j later It did not relieve their groan,
nor did their enthnsk-.sm nni cmpllm ills
.1 ft i r 1 h'td !.' n". -n r- Ib-Ve mite
George A. Sheridan was one of the be.t
stumpers Ho wa to speak one nljrht In
Clsvcland He was sbufularlv ift.-.l In
argument nnd Illustration, and especially
In anecdote. After ho had been talking
about ten minutes, the blind oratoi Prof
West, came upon the platform, 'i he chair
man Interrupted Sheridan and said "The
blind orator bus como out of the lick-
Get It Today.
One, two, three and five-
WH; BE THE CARS STOP
THE GREAT PRESCRIPTION
room, and wants to say Just a few son
i ni 1 I and go back to bed." Sheridan
sold, " Certainly," and sat down Th d
sick man tulki-d three hours When Sher
idan resumed, he said: "Kellow-cltlsens,
I hope you brought your night keys with
,,ii. i..r 1 feel verj ill myself. Senator
Depew, In Leslie's W eekly.