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1 i j I Democrats D n ocr ts Carried at t Least LeastTwenty Leastl
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I t j Hammond 11tcithmqnc1 Carried But Two TwoPrecincts TwoPrecincts TwoPrecincts
Precincts Precincts In Cache CacheWliile Cachet Cachew1iUe CacheH Cachec1ii1c
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Wliile Etag 1ng Carried His Old Oldg Home HomeCounty RomeI
I g County of Bollard MillardBox Box Wilder WilderCounty ilderL l er erI
I L County Couit Is in Doubt Doubton On the Vote VoteCast VoteI
I i Cast Wednesday the Legislature LegislatureWould LegislatureWould LegislatureWoulcl
Would Be Composed of o Fiftyone FiftyoneDemocrats fiftyoneDemocrats iftyoneDemocrats
Democrats and Twelve Bepubli Bepublicans BepublicansReturns Republio
o cans cansReturns Returns by Counties CountiesThe CountiesI CountiesThe CountiesThe
The additional returns received yes yesterday yestQrday yestarda3t ¬
terday did not show the same sam Demo Democratio DemoI Democratlo
I cratio strength air those reported on onelection onI onelection
I election night and Judge Kings ma majority mai ¬
1 i jority jor ty will be not n1 > t far from 4100 The Thereturns Thec Thec
c c f returns are all in In except cept from from rom the > most mostromote mostI ost ostromote
I romote precincts which must come by bymail byo
o 1 mail inan and the vote stands as follows follows1King
9 1 King 30058 Hammond 25852 Kings Kingsmajority Iingamejorlty Kings1bGJor1ty
majority 4206 The precincts that thathavo thathao
I have not yet reipforted reprto gave a total vote voteof voteI votei
i of 3i35 in 1898 out of which the Re Republicans Repub1icnns ReDublicans ¬
I publicans had a a majority of 135 1 This Thisleaves Thisleaves Thisleftves
leaves Kings Kingsrnajo majo ty about 4100 4100The 4100I 4100The
I The total vote of the state will be beabout beabout beI
I about 59750 a ii falling off of a about 5000 5000from 5000from 5000from
from 1898 1898It
1 I It developed yesterday that Ham Hammond H3nimond ¬
I mond had carried but two > precincts in inhis inhis
I j his home county of Cache while Judge JudgeKing JudgeKing
j j King wrested his home county Mil Millard Millard MilI
I lard from Republican control controlIt
I It fs Interesting fnter sting to note that so uni uniform unlform uniI ¬
I form is the Democratic vote through throughout throughI ¬
I I out ut the state and so evenly is it dis distributed disI distributed ¬
1 I tributed that the th Democrats carried carriedltwenty carriedI
I I I f twenty of the twentyseven counties countiesand countJesI countiesaiRl
I and the same result r ult next fall would wouldmake wouldt wouldnwke
I I make the legislature stand fiftyone fiftyoneDemocrats fiftyoneI
t I I i Democrats and twelve Republicans RepublicansThis RepublioonaThis fluub1icanaThis
This estimate gives the Republicans Republicansthe RepubliC DS
I I J I the counties of Box Elder and Wayne Waynewhioh Wa Waneg ne
I it g I t whioh are in doubt doubtTfie doubtI
I Tfie folloiving table gives the returns returnsby returnsI
I 1 I by counties as far as they have h ye been boenreceived b beenieceIved en enI
received ieceIvedI
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1 I Beaver BeavarBox I 558 6i31 502 02 02I I
J Box Elder ElderCache 1 832 813 Sl 819I
t I I I l i Cache CacheOarbon ache 2622 8321 1741 1741I
Carbon OarbonDavis 113 124 12 12DavIS 124I
I I Davis I IBmery 1070 686
I I Emery 316 206 06
1 Grand GrandIron 84 76 76Iron 76Irofl
Iron IronJuab 407 353 353j 353c
j j c Juab JuabKane 1141 776
1 5 i i Kane KaneMillard 106 242 242I
4 I Millard MillardMorgan 654 6S1 631Morgan 81 81j
j Morgan MorganPiute 282 264 261I
I L Piute PiuteRich 48 24 24f
f JJI if I Rich RichSalt 263 234 234i 234Salt
Salt Lake XakeSanpete
i 8257 7274 72741r
1r 4 1 I I Sanpete SanpeteSevier 2256 22 6 2302 230294S 2302I 2802U
I U r Sevier SevierSummit se Ylei 94S 94 1036 103610S8 103GI
i I I Summit SummitTvOoele lOSS 1060 10605S3 1060ooele
I i iE TvOoele TvOoeleUtah ooele 5S3 645 645I 645Utah
Utah UtahUintah
4050 3414 I
11 1 Uintah UintahWasatoh 446 44 44I 246 246Was 246Was4teh
I Wasatoh WasatohWashington Was tch 509 14 14j 14Washington
j I Washington WashingtonWeber 818 266 266Idl 266tLb
tLb I Weber Weber0otal 2523 2518 25181II
1 Idl 1II J 0otal 0otalMajority 30058125852 30058125852The 30068125862Majority 8125s62 8125s62I
1300 I
I Majority MajorityIncomplete 4OGI 4OGIi
i j I Incomplete IncomDleteI
ii I t i I The following table t ble sliowe tine ma majorities maj ¬
j i jorities Joritl s by counties so far as returns returnsare returnsj
1 j are r8 received receivedI < l I
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I I Beaver BeaverBox t 1ii 1iiI 5 5I
I I Box Eider EiderCache f 13 13J ml mlS
J S Cache Cftchezbon CacheCarbon 581 581arbon
I Carbon CarbonDavis zbon zbonDLv1 11
I Davis DavisEmery 385 385I 3851
Emery EmeryGrana EmeryCrznd n nGrand
I Grand GranaIron J 8 8I
I 1 Iron IronJuab 144 144I 144Juab
I j Juab JuabKane Juabt 365 36iII
t Kane KaneMHlrd 137 13 13i 137Millard
II i Millard MHlrdMorgan 1 23 23j 23I
Morgan MorganPiute iS iSPlute
j Piute PiuteRich PluteI >
I Rich RichStanpcto 29 29r 20SL1t
r Sttlt LiJte 983 9839R
5 Stanpcto StanpctoSevier 9R npt pete S l 4G 4GI 46Sevier
Sevier SevierSummit d 88 88S
1 S I Summit SummitTooela 28 28I 28qC1
qC1 I i Tooela Too TooelaUtah eta 62 62S 62Utli
11 Utah UtahUintah 636 636J 636UIntah5
1 Uintah UintahWasatch J 200 200I 2001l
I 1l j I Wasatch WasatchWashington WatehWaibington Hi HiWaahlngton
Washington WashingtonWeber 6i2 6i2Weber 52Weber
Weber2t81 Weber WeberTotal 6
2 III Total 2t81 140001 4550 344 344BBSULT 344f 344J
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> 4 j Official Count Will be Necessary to toDecide toI toDecide
I Decide It ItSpecial ItSp ItS
S Special Sp CIal to The Herald HeraldOgden HeraldOgden HeraldS
S Ogden April 3 3The The county com comjtilsglonorB commts91onOrIL cornf
f jtilsglonorB will canvas the votes of ofMonday ofioDdayg ofMondayf
Monday ejtction next Monday The Theofficial TheI
1 official OmCifllcount count willb will be reQuired to de determine ¬
111 termine the result re ultIn in Weber county countyAt countyL
L S S At l nresant there seems no reason to tochange tof tochange
f change the flgures given ven In the com complete cornS ¬
i S plete returns published pUbllshedthle this thl morning morningir
S ir The Herald ld giving King a ma majority majcrlt majority ¬
jority of 5 The Fhe Republican chairman chairmanetill chairmanA
A S etill t1il clalhis the county count for Hammond Hammondaud Hammondi Hammondau1
i aud the th Standard figures a plurality of Ofti
ti 6 for the Republican candidate In Inany InHi Inany
Hi any event the result was close clo e and the theofficial theofficial theofficial
official canvas must decide decideRESULT decIdeit decideBESULT
Democratic ID in6crnt1c o cm c Energy and Republican RepublicanApathy RepublicanS RepublicanApathy
Apathy ApathySpecial ApathyS
J S a Special Correspondence CorrespondenceS
S I t Mt Pleasant April 3 3The The election electionyesterday electionyeSterday electionyesterday
yesterday was the quietest known knownhere knownher knownhere
here Jn years At 4 oclock voters be began b bn bgan ¬
= n gan gantQ to awaken to their responsibilities responsibilitiesand
jl and rustle around towards the ballot balloting ballotS ¬
S jug inJ places lcM The vote was light In In1S9S InI
1 1898 the registration regI tration was 1060 and andyesterday andye andyemerday
yesterday ye terday the total vote was 773 A Asrood Afood Agood
I food proportion of the missing votfe votfeivfos vouas vot votwafi
ivfos wafi as out of town while many did not nottake notuke notS
S take interest Interestenough enough in the election to toleave toS
S leave 1 ave their work ork which is Quite press pressing prcsso1 pressing ¬
o1 ing just at present The result re ult in the thecity thecity thecity
city was a surprise to allbut the most mostsanguine mostot mostsanguine
ot sanguine Democrats The Democratic Democraticcommittee Demo DemocraticS ratic raticcommIttee
S committee to be conservative has hasrepresented hasof hasrepresented
of represented to the county committee committeethat committeethat
5 that the Republicans might carry this thistown thIsA
1 town by 40 majority but that the theDemocrats theil theS
il A S Democrats were hopeful of keeping keepingthis keepingj keepingthis
j this down But when the returns came camein cameIn
> 1 in from the different districts and lI lIDemocratic a aDemocratic
5 Democratic majority of 13 was figured figuredout figuredout figuredout
out there was a feeling of joy in inDemocratic InDemocratic
4 1 Democratic ranks and all hands pro proceeded proceeded ¬
5 i ceeded to o celebrate celebrateOne C celehratQOne lebratqOne
One cause was the exceedingly excee inglY good goodand goodand goodS goodand
S and thorough work done by the Demo Democrats Democrats Democrats ¬
crats and the apathy apathY6thiblted exhibited in Re Republican RaJublican 110publican ¬
publican quarters during the day dayiJarly dayEarly dayEiarIy
Early late and all the time the Dem Democrata Demoerate PornS
S ocrata worked not allowing all owIng a voter i
1 dl
who could toe b coaxed into going out
to lose the ballot Democrats are
jubilant todav todavVICTORY todavVICTORY todayVICTOBY
Democrats Stayed StYOdatKonie at Home But f it Car Carried Carried Carned ¬
ried County by 90ft 90ftSpecial 900Special 9OCSpecial
Special Correspondence CorrespondenceLogan CorrespondenceLogan CorrespondenceLogan
Logan April 3 3Cache Cache countys ma majority majOilty majority ¬
jority for William H King thus far faris faris farIs
is exactly 900with 900 with but one place the thesmall thesmall thesmall
small Drecinct of Avon to hear from fromand fromand fromand
and in this place the Democrats will willperhaps wHlperhaps willperhaps
perhaps lose Is lc by 7 or or8 8 majority
Hammond has carried two precincts
In the county Paradise and College
by a majority of 8 in each case
He will probably pr bably carry Avon which whichpolls whichpolls whichpolls
polls 33 votes all told
Smithfield cast 16 of Hamlins 25 25votes 25votes 25votes
votes received in this county county11ost
Most of the votes polled by the theDemocrats theDemocrats theDemocrats
Democrats in the entire county were werebrought werebroughtin werebrought
brought broughtin in after 4 oclock In the after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon Despite the large majority of ofthe oft1e Ofte
the Democrats they suffered most by
the stayathome vote A full vote votesuch votesuch Votesuch
such as may ma be b expected next fall fallwould fanwould fallwould
would have given King 1250 majority
The Democrats here are jubilant and andare andare andare
are already making preparations for forpolling forpollino forpolling
polling a full vote next fall fallELECTION fallELECTION fallELEION
Democrats Suffered Most From Fl m Stay Stayatlioine Stayathome Stayathome
athome Vote VoteSpecial VoteSpacIal VoteSpecial
Special Correspondence CorrespondenceKaysvllle CorrespondencQIaysv1l1e CorrespondenceKaysville
Kaysvllle April 3 3The The result resulto of the theelection th thelection theelection
election in Davis county yesterday yesterdayshows yesterdayshows yesterdaYshows
shows that the Republicans came much muchnearer muchnearer muchnearer
nearer polling their full strength than thandid thandid thandid
did the Democrats There was a de degree degree degree ¬
gree of apathy in some precincts that thatcut thatcut thatcut
cut down the usual majority of 500 to to385for to385for to385for
385for King This was not unexpected unexpectedbecause unexpectedbecause unexpectedbecause
because of the very busy season in infarming InfarmIng infarming
farming and gardening districts In Infact Infact Infact
fact the Democrats were unusually unusuallyaccurate unusuaYaccurate unusuallyaccurate
accurate on their estimate of the there theresuit re result resuit ¬
suit Chairman Barnes predicting Sun Sunday Sunday Sunday ¬
day evening that the majority would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be 390 390In 390In 390In
In some precincts encouraging Dem Democratic Democratic Democratic ¬
ocratic gains were shown and on the thewhole thewhole thewhole
whole the vote is a source of much muchgratification muchgratification muchgratification
gratification gratificationIn
In Kaysville Farmlngton South SouthBountiful SouthBountiful SouthBountiful
Bountiful West Bountiful Layton and andSouth andSouth andSouth
South Weber about 80 per cent of the theregistered theregistered theregistered
registered voters went to the polls pollsA
A Republican majority in South SouthBountiful SouthBountiful SouthBountiful
Bountiful was overcome and the pre precinct precInct proelnct ¬
cinct gave King amajority a of 10 10Major 10Major 10Major
Major F A Grant spoke there the thelast thelast thelast
last night of the campaign campaignWASATCH campaignW campaignWASATCH
Made Soma Gains With No Special SpecialEffort SpecialEffort SpecialEffort
Effort EffortSpecial EffortSpecIal EffortSpecIal
Special Correspondence CorrespondenceHebor CorrespondenceHeber CorrespondenceHeber
Heber April 3 3All All the precincts in inWasatch inWasatch InWasatch
Wasatch county have been heard from fromand fromand fromand
and the result shows a majority of 95 95for 95for 9afor
for Judge King Only about 70 per percent percent percent
cent of the votes of the county were werecast werecast werecast
cast castThe castThe castThe
The arrival of this mornings mornin s Herald Heraldcaused Heraldcaufled Heraldcaused
caused the Democrats to feel good goodMany goodMany goodMany
Many talked of having a bonfire to tonight tonight tonight ¬
night and celebrating the result of the theelection theelection theelection
election electionThe electionThe electionThe
The Republicans worked very hard hardbeing hardbeing hardbeing
being determined if possiblelo possible to cut cutdown cutdown cutdown
down the usual Dempcraticlnajority DempcraticlnajorityThe Demoorattcoffia1orltyThe
The Democrats made no no special speci l effort effortSo effortSo
So far as the Democracy of the county countywas countywag
was concerned things went along alongquietly alongquietly alongquietly
quietly and according to the percent percentage percentage percentage ¬
age of o the votes cast the Democrats Democratsgained DemocratsgaIned DemocratsgaIned
gained a little littleTJINTAHS littleUINTARS S SVINTABS
Hammond Carried But One Precinct PrecinctIn
In tHe ± he County CountySpecial CpuntySpeCial CountySpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldVernal Berald BeraldVernal HeraldVernal
Vernal April 3 3Complete Complete returns from fromall fromall fromall
all precincts in Uintah county except exceptLucern exceptLucern exceptLucern
Lucern Valley give King 200 majority majorityLucern majorityLucern majorityLucern
Lucern Valley will add ten more making makinga
a total of 210 Hammond carried only one oneurecinct oneDrecInct oneprecinct
precinct In the county Dry Fork which whichgavu whichgav whichgavn
gavu him one majority majorityIn
Hi J89SRobert 189S Bpberts received receive153 53 per I > cr cent of ofthd otthd ofthd
thd tbtril vote cast Yesterday Yest rday King re received receIvid recelved ¬
ceived 65 i per cent The outside precincts precinctsshow precinctsshow
show a very light vote reducing the vote votecast votecast Votecast
cast to not over 50 per cent of the regis registration registration registratlon ¬
S King Carries Millard MillardSpecial MillardSpecial MillardSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldFlllmore HeraldFillmore HeraldFillmore
Fillmore April 3 3Eleven Eleven precincts out outof outr outof
of r the thirteen in Millard county gave gaveKing gaveKIng gaveKing
King GT4 Ot votes v tes and Hammond 63L 6L i1 The Thetwo Thetwo hc hctwo
two precincts yet to bear from are Bur Burbnk Iur Iurbnk ur urbank
bnk and Smlthvllle SmIhvlc which will wl not rech re8chus rechus
us till tl Thursday The vote of these thes pre precincts preciacts ¬
cincts cannot change the result r The Porn ¬
ocratic ocratc county count chairman claims pre precincts precnct preclncts ¬
cincts cnct for King by 10 majority majoriy The Re Republicans Republcans Republicans ¬
publicans publcans claim that they will wl get a small smalli smallmaorty smallmajority
i majority from them but give the county countyto
to maorty King by 18 There was but 70 per cent centof centof
1 of the votes vote cast ct in Millard iard Hamlin Hamln got gotthree gotthree gotthree
three votes votesCache votesCache VotesCache
Cache County Complete CompletePRECINCT Cplet CompletePRECINCT
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PRECINCT PRECINCTLogan PRECNCT f 0 I i iLoga g m 0 P PLogan Q
Loga Logan LoganPeterboro 7751 77 66 6671 7351 706 706Peterboro
Peterboro PeterboroTrenton Peteboro 21 1H 1 18 191 18 18Tentn ISTrenton
Trenton TrentonClarkston Tentn 17 li 1 111 15 151 11 uCiarkstoi
fI Clarkston ClarkstonX kson 84 31 3J 311 73 53 53iston 58Lewiston
X Lewiston wiston wistonProvidence iston 115 1 50 5 50f 107 Il 82 82Providence 82Providence
Providence ProvidenceWellsville 147 17 64 6416 116 90 90Welsv1e 00Welisviile
Wellsville WellsvilleParadise Welsv1e 250 2 O 110 205 219 219aradis 219Iaradise
Paradise ParadiseRichmond > aradis 91 101205 99 91 127 127Richmond 127Richmond
Richmond RichmondCollege 192 81 8 249 138 138College
College CollegeMendors Colee 21 2 29 29 35 35Men 35Mendior
Mendors MendorsMt Men n < 90 51 58 94 94Mt 94Mt
Mt Mt Sterling SterlingAvon Sterln 21 18 20 2 23 23Avon
Avon AvonMillville 13 21 21 1 i2 i29S J2 25 25MJvie 25Miliville
Millville MillvilleOoveville MJvie 9S g 35 114 14 36 36Cwe1Ie 36ovevIlIe
Ooveville OovevilleHyde Cwe1Ie ovevIlIe 30 21 26 40 40S6 40Hj 40Hyde
Hyde Hj Park ParkHyrum S6 43 72 67 67HJrm 67Hyrum
Hyrum HyrumGreenville HJrm 244 191 281 222 222Greenville
Greenville GreenvilleBenson Grenvie 16 15 Ii 16 23 2 2Benson 23Benson
Benson BensonSmithfiold 24 H t 25 12 12Smthfiold ioSmithfield
Smithfield SmithfioldNenton S 229 2 9 153 256 25 56 204 204Newton 204Newton
Newton NentonTotal = 79 9 40 67 6 I 59 592622174126S62289 59Total 59S
S Total TotalI 12622Il4112 12622 2622174126S62289 2622174126S62289297J 1741 268612289 268612289Mejority 861229 861229Majorhy
I Majority I 88111271 88111271Uth 81 297J 297JUtah 207 207Utah
Utah Uth County CountyPRECINCT Coun uo
5 S = 1 g 0 C
0 f fProvo ce 5 5n
S n D DS DProvo
Provo ProvoSprlngville 763 7631831 831 854 8541753 8541753Sprlngie 753
Springvllle SpringvllleAmerican Sprlngie 443 389 456 4561 321 3213S6 321Amrican 321American
American Amrican Fork ForkPayson 3S6 3 3S6 36 367 384 38 38Parson 384Payson
Payson PaysonLehi 387 37 215 379 265 2 255Lehi 5 5Lehi
Lehi LehiSalem 348 38 429 333 339 339Salem 339salem
Salem SalemBenjamin 108 10 116 16 100 121 121Bejamin 121Bejam1n
Benjamin BenjaminLake 90 44 86 60 60LRe 60Lake
Lake LRe Shore ShoreSpring 97 28 8 76 24 24Spring
Spring Lake LakeSantaquln Lke 30 i 12 1 38 3 13 13Santaquin 13Santaquin
Santaquin SantaqulnGoshen 218 72 253 60 60SO 60Goshen 60Goshen
Goshen GoshenFairfield SO S 30 86 S 39 39Faireld 39Fairfield
Fairfield FairfieldCedar Faireld 11 1 21 10 19 19edr 19Cedar
Cedar edr Fort FortManning J 40 9 91Ianrng 9Manning
Manning ManningHighland 1Ianrng 181 18 2 2H 23 23HlghhLnI
Highland HighlandAlpine H ghn I 1D 2 25 15 5 2 2Alpine 25 25AlIne
Alpine AlpineSpanish 50 10 l06 I 62 101 101Spanish 1 1Spls
Spanish Spls Fork ForkPleasant 506 50 325 32 472 353 35337S 203Pleasan 353Pleasant
Pleasant t Grove GroveVineyard 37S 18 177 17 265 206 206Vineyad 206Vineyard
Vineyard VineyardLake Vineyad < 38 a 36 32 3 27 27le 27lAthe
Lake le View ViewThistle 33 3 16 29 2 29j 24 24ThIste 24ThIstle
Thistle ThistleMapleton ThIste 6 31 13 30 30Mapleton 30Mipleton
Mapleton MapletonPrbvo Mapleton 87 i 50 2 76 57 57Provo 57Provo
Provo Bench BenchClinton Benc 60 37 3 55 36 3 3Clinton
Clinton ClintonTucker Clnton 20 2 7 19 16 16Tucker 16Tucker
Tucker Tuckerp 13 11 1 11 11 22 2240503414M4403248 22P 22P
p V Junction JunctionTotal uncton 3 19 4 21 21otal 21Total
Total TotalMajority otal 40503414M4403248 409131144403248 409131144403248Majoriy 4q50 3414 4440 3248 3248Majority
Majority Majoriy = r636Jll92 r636Jll92Kane 636 1921 1921Cow1 1192 1192iCan
Kane County CountyPRECINCT Cow1
5 5PRECINCT = 2 0 = Z t
5 5S
g gJohnn
1 gs
S S S SJohnson s
Johnson JohnsonPahreah Johnn j 14 11 jjPahreah 10 10Phroh
Pahreah PahreahMi Phroh 2 7 2 2l 2it
Mi l t Carmel CormelOwJervllle camel 27 14 1 14Ordierville
OwJervllle OwJervllleGlpndale OevUe t 22 57 29 82 82GIsmdale 82Glpndale
Glpndale GlpndaleKanab e 2 29 46 451 33 3 54 54Kanab 54Ranab
Kanab KanabRlinoh I 39 1051 105 68 142 142noh 142Rdnoh
Rlinoh RlinohTotal noh 121 191 19 13 21 21Total 1 1Ttal
Total TotalMajority Ttal 105122il6t 105 242 i6lt311 i6lt311Majority 1
Majority Iaorit 17t j37 4 137 137IIIIIII
S Sevier Seve County CWt Complete CompletePRECINCT C CompieteyPRECINCT mp et i iI I
0 I
t C
0 ae aen aeAnnabella
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Annabella Anabla Maj Ma 39 53 62 621 621Burrvie
Burrville BurrvilleCentral Burrvie 30 6 31 19 I
I Central CentralElsinore 42 15 1 50 13 13I
I Elsinore ElsinoreJoseph Elsnore 107 94 o 87 8 79
Glen09d 63 75 63 86
Joseph JosephMonroe Josph 76 81 105 62
Monroe MonroeAurora lonoe 181 18 132 197 154
Aurora Aurra 4 48 32 51 5 19
Redmond RedmondRichfield Remond 32 94 49 104
Richfield RichfieldSalina Richfied 219 287 265 269
Salina SalinaVermilHon Salna 112 1 jj 160 93 188 188en1ion 188Vermiliiom
VermilHon VermilHonTotal en1ion 38 21 21 211 54 54948I103611055IU09 54Total 54Total
Total TotalMajority 948I103611055IU09 948 1036 1055 1109 1109Majority
I 9481103611051109 9481103611051109lIajority
Majority lIajority 88 54 54Iron 54Ion 54Iron
Iron Ion County CountyPRECINCT Co CountyPRECINCT t
tg g cC
C m 0
nS C
5 5Paragoonah
Paragoonah ParagoonahParowan 77 34 71 44
Parowan ParowanSummit 193 146 194 US USS
19 18
Summit SummitCedar S 815 15 19 15
Cedar City Ciy f fKanarra 209 146 16 216 132
Kanarra KanarraStateliue 24 41 4110J
Stateliue Statelle 10J 1 12 11 I 22 11 11Beaver 1 11Total
Tota Total 497 3531 552320 552320Beaver r320 r320ajori
ajori ty 141 2151 2151eaver
Beaver eaver County CountyPRECINCT CountyS CountyPRECINCT
2 c
PRECINCT PRECINCTAdamsville PRECNCT S 3 3 c a 8 a ao c
0 u up uBeaver 0
p Q QBeaver
Beaver 373 252 392 253
Adamsville AdamsvilleGreenville Adamsle 17 27 21 27
Greenville GreenvilleMinersvillo Grenvle 27 36 34 43
Minersvillo MinersvilloMilfora Mines1o 60 75 58 70
Milfora MilforaFrisco Ilford 28 31
Frisco FriscoSulphurdale Frsco 39 80 67 80
Sulphurdale SulphurdaleStar Sulphurdae 9 1 21 4
Star Sta 49 52 52rolj 52Total 52Total
Total rolj 553 502 642f529 642 529
Majority Maoriy 51 113 113Bos 13 13Box 1131 1131Box 64r
Box Elder Ede County CountyPRECINCT Cout CoutI CountyS
S I t
S m ns nF nWillard 0
10 s F 1 1Wiard
Wiard Willard 110 1C 107 133 116
Three Mile Creek 43 7
1ie Crek 70 v 10 av
Brigham BrighamCalls 332 S50 50 443 439
Calls Cals Fort FortDeweyville 64 31 47 47
Deweyville DeweyvilleCollinston DeweyvJe 21 31 18 35
Collinston CollinstonPlymouth Colnston 22 22 35 17
Plymouth PlymouthPortage 37 3128 7 28 65 32
Portage PortageBear 46 72
Bear River RiverMalad 51 44 61 44
Malad MaladSunset 17 i 69 19 86
Sunset SunsetRawlins 24 16 51 15
Rawlins RawlinsPromontory Ravlns 22 2 8 48 26
Promontory PromontoryKeltori Promontor 13 3 14 15
Keltori Ieltor KeltoriCurlew 29 2 9 1 3 12 j3Curlew
Curlew CurlewPark 21 24 23
Park Valley ValleyTerrace Valey 4 31 3 6 51 51V
Terrace TerraceGrouse Terrac V 14 1 3 9 15
Grouse Creek CreekClear 27 45
Clear Cler Creek CreekJunction Crek 3 6
Junction JunctionMantua Juncton 31 D
Mantua MantuaManila 36 49 62 47
Manila ManilaTotal Mania u 20 11 1 36 14 14I 14Total
Total TotalMajority I j 832 8191125611177 81911256 1177 1177Majority
Majority Majoriy 1832181911561177 1832181911561177Majoriy 13 4 79 79The 79The u uTe
The Te five fve precincts not reported gave gaveI gavetfL
I JL Republican Republcan majority majoriy of 24 in 1898 198 so
there is strong strng probability prbabity that King Kingi Kingcarried Kingcarried
i carried the county countyJuan countyJuab countyJuab
Juab County CountyPRECINCT CUt
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5 0 n nn nc nS
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S 5 S r tEureka
EU Eureka EurekaMona r lta 483204 438 204 461 306 306Mona 306Mona
Mona MonaNephi 88 42 104 461t 49 49N 49Nephi
Nephi NephiMammoth N ephi 311 31 309 376 401 401Munmoth
Mammoth MammothLrevan ramoth e 155 4BSI204 16 82 209 172 172Lvan 172Levan
Lrevan Lvan 1 1Silver 76 91 77 103 103SUyer 103Silver
Silver City CityJuab Ciy 62 2 30 115 15 43 43Juab 43Juab
Juab JuabFish 8 18 12 22 22I 22Fish
Fish Springs SpringsTotal Sprng 13 14 14Total
I Total TotalMajority 111411 i141 776ll353t09G 776ll353t09G365I 7iGI13 776 1353 1096 1096Majority 6 6laJont
Majority laJont u 365I 3651 256 256Sanpete 206Sanpete 256SanpeteCountycomplete 31
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t tManti 0 C 0 Q QMan
Manti MantiMt Man t I 361 31 377 37 425 471
Mt Pleasant PleasantEphraim Pleas 385 5 372 401 450
Ephraim EphraimMoroni Ephrim 1 364 358 361 402
Moroni MoroniFairvlev 216 187 213 209
Fairview FairvlevGunnison Farvie 241 205 273 221
Gunnison GunnisonSpring Gunnisn 227 210 226 218
Spring City CityFountain Ciy 184 177 17 223 142ountn 142 142jFountain
Fountain ountn Green GreenMayfieldl Gren 68 142 12 55J213 6 55 213 213Iayfield
Mayfieldl MayfieldlSterling Iayfield 50 66 i6 61 71 71Stelng 71Sterling
Sterling SterlingFayette Stelng 58 2 23 85 61 35
Fayette FayetteWales 25 5J 5 22 5 55 55Wales
Wales Wale 7 7Cheater 42 4 65 44 67 67Cheter 61Chter
Cheater CheaterMilburn Cheter 28 39 36 44 44 44Mllburn
Milburn MUburnMaj Maj MajIndianola 27 41 3i 3iIndianola 34Indianola
Indianola IndianolaTotal 10 25 1G 21 21T 21Total
Total TotalMajority T t 22562302 2256 2302 247712713 24772713Majority
Majority Maority 12256 46 236 236Canning 236Camuihg
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Washington Wahington April Apri 3 Representative 3Representatvc
Gilbert Gibrt of Kentucky today Introduced a aresolution aresoluton aresolution
resolution resoluton reciting recIng That the secretary secretay
of agriculture agIculure be requested to report to
the house whether horseflesh horefesh is being
canned cnned cured cure or otherwise otherie prepared p for
human food in this country and 3d epare if I so at atwhat atwhat I Iwhat
what places and to what hat extent extentas extentBusy extentis
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as a our political pltcl slaves sl ve their labor laborcompetes labo laborOompetes
competes Cnpees with wih the labor laor of f our country countr countrad
and ad I am opposed to that thatI tat
I am a for expansion expanion I voted for the theannexation Uleannaaton theannexation
annexation annaaton of Hawaii Hawal but should never
have sent 65000 men there tee to compel
them them to accept aDtour our flag fa In other otherwords oter oterwords otherwords
words I am against taking any terri territory terr ¬
tory by conquest conuest agnst against aant a friendly friendlypeople friendlypeople fnindiypeople
people people and ad against agnst any a territory terrior that
brings a cheap chep class clas of labor lab in free freeand fre freeand
and md open opn competition comptton with wih the class cla of ofmen ofmen ofmen
men and women wome who whl wh do the labor in inthis intis
this tis country coutr
Mr Mason Man resented resete as s cowardly CIj and andunjust ad adunjust andunjust
unjust any ay reflection refeton upon upn his hi patriot patrot ¬
ism and ad love lo e for the flag fag because bcuse of
his opinions regarding regdin the Philippines Phlppine PhilippinesHe
He declared delared that if it wre treason treaon to tooppose tooppose tooppose
oppose a awa war of conquest conque to 1 Jt t un ¬
just taxation taxaton to confer cnfer upon the strug struggling sg sgglng strugghing ¬
gling glng people pple the blessings bleings of liberty Ubrty
to protect prtet the laboring laborng men and aq women womenof wome womenof
of this ths country cuntr then he was wa guilty guiltyNo guiy guiyHI guiltyNo
No HI Eight Rght to Enforce Eoce Duty DutyAdverting Dt DutyAdverting
Adverting Advertng at a this tt point to Porto Port Rico Ric
he maintained that when the treaty treatyof trty trtyof
of Paris was wa ratified rat e the island islad became becamea becme becmea
a part pat of the United States Stats and an con congress congs congress ¬
gress gs had no more right rght to put a duty dutyon
on her products proucts than It i had to put a atariff atariff atariff
tariff on products passing lsing between b twee New NewYork Ne NewYork
York and ad Washington VfashingtonUnless 1Yahington 1YahingtonUnles WashingtonUnless
Unless Unles you can get the supreme supremecourt supre suprecourt supremecourt
court to stultify stultfy and reverse reerse itself itselfsaid itslf itslfsad itselfsaid
said sad Mr Ir Mason Ian there ther Is but one way wa
to levy a tariff tarf upon upn the people Peple of the te
United Unite States State to prevent prvent their teir trading tradingwith trdn trdnwit tradingwith
with wit the rest ret of the United UIte States Sttes You Youmust Youmut Youmust
must mut amend the constitution consttuton to do dl it itYou i itYou
You must strike strke out that clause of o the theconstitution te teCOniuton theConvtitution
constitution COniuton which says sys all a 1 duties d te r riJ rist ristbe > jst jstbe t tbe
be uniform unifon I beg you to count COWt the thecoat thecpt theco1
coat of such an amendment amendmentI amenment amenmentI
I cannot say say to Europe Erp that is whol wholly wholh wholly ¬
ly foreign foreIg and alien You may my deliver deliverthe delver
the product prduct of f your our labor labr here her upon uponthe upn upnth uponthe
the th payment pamenof of 100 10 per pr cent cet of the thepresent thepret thepresent
present pret duty dutY and nd say Sy to the Porto PortoRicans PortoRIcs PorteRlcans
Ricans RIcs You are ar are 85 per pe cent American Americanand Aerica AmerIcanand
and 15 per cent cnt alien ale and you must mustpay mustpay mustpay
pay duty your pro pr rata rb share of an impost impostduty ipost ipostduty impostduty
There is no such thing as a 85 per percent pr prcentannatoI percent
cent centannatoI annexation The Thepeople people peple of f Porto PortoRico Poro PoroRico PorteRico
Rico are either eterbpr bur our people peple 100 10 per cent centor cnt cntor centor
or they the are lOO l 106per per cent not our ou peo peoMr peor peoDie
r t f
S Pro Pronises ses of Mes MesMr Miles MilesMr
Mr Mason ilan said sad the people Jope of Porto PortoRico Poro PoroRIc PorteRico
Rico RIc had been bee promised promise by General GeneralMiles GeneralMiles
Miles Mies that tht they should ouldejoy enjoy all al the theimmunities theimmunities
immunities imuniie and ad blessings blesings of f our free freegovernment fre freegovernment I
government goverment These Tee promises prmIse he held heldthe heldthe heldthe
the people peple would demand deand should be bekept becepL bekept
kept Speaking Speking of the fever fevr of war warwhich warwhich ar arWhich
which he said sd was wa upon upon the admin administration adminIstton administration ¬
istration Istton Mr Mason faon sa saBut saBut saBut
But as we w approach vne tn hour hur hourwhen hourwhenwe when whenwe whenwe
we must again agan appeal to the judgment judgmentof judget judgetof
of 70000000 700000 people P ople and fires fire under the thepots thepot thepotg
pots pot of patronage patronge are burning buring low 10 and andthe ad adthe andthe
the dangers of disappointing dsapPintng postofflces postofflcesappear pstom pstomappcar postofficesappear
appear to us like lKe a hideous hdeous nightmare nightmarethe nIghtmar
the hour of convalescence cnvalesece approaches approachesand approachesan
and an we shout to the laboring labring people pople of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the country cut No no its a 0 mistake mistakeWe mistakeWe mistakeWe
We have sacrificed sacrifced the money and the thelives thelves thelives
lives lves of the people we have abandoned abandonedwill
the faih faith ot the fathers for laa lana but we wewi wewill
will wi abandon it i all rather rater than forsake forsakethe forsae forsaethe forsakethe
the political poltca partisan partsan doctrine dotrIne and we weare weare weare
are saying on both sides sde of this cham chamber cha chamherthose
ber brthos herthose those who have believed beieve in the thepermanent thepermnent thepermanent
permanent permnent government governent of the Philip Philippine Phip Phippine Philippine ¬
pine islands island islandsthat that if our oU permanent permanentsovereignty peraent peraentsovereigty permanentsovereignty
sovereignty sovereigty there means mes the taking taing in into into into ¬
to this country count in competition comptton with wih our ourj ourlabor
j labor products pructs of tf the people peple there we wewill wewi wewill
will wi abandon abaJdon this this kind of expansion expansionAt expasion expasionAt
At the conclusion cDlusion of Mr Masons Masonsspeech Masonsspeech Maons Maonsspeech
speech MrCulberson Mr Culbersn Culberson Tex Te addressed addressedthe addese
bill blL the senate sate in opposition oppositon to the pending
Teller Teler Enters Eters Protest ProtestMr ProtestMr ProtestlIr
lIr Mr Teller Tele entered entere hi his protest against againstthe againstthe
the pending bill bi He would vote voteagainst yoteaglnst voteagainst
against aglnst It i not 10t because becu e it levied a duty dutyon
on Porto Rican Ricanproducts products He did not notobject notobjet notobject
object objet to that provision but he dd ddbelieve ddbelieve
believe beleve the United Unied States ought to totreat totreat totreat
treat the people Deple of Porto Rico as it itwas itwas itwas
was proposed prposed to treat these thCe of Cuba CubaHe CubaHe CubaHe
He believed beleved congress congeE6 had ample amplepower amplepowe amplepower
power powe to legislate legflate for the people Porto PortoRico PortoRIco PortoRico
Rico under the treaty trety of Paris Pari He Hesid Hesaid
said sid a great geat deal del had been said sd about aboutwhat aut autwhat aboutwhat I
what we owe owete the Porto Ricans RIca RicansWe
We owe them nothing he declared declaredThis declaredThis declaredThis
This congress congess mey my fix f the stat 3 of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the inhabitants of the island and its itscontrol ia iacontrol itscontrol
control over them th m in that respect reset is isabsolute isablute isabsolute
absolute ablute I am not opposed opposd to a tariff tariffon tariffon
on Porto Rican Ria products product If I we had hada
a colony we could give its it people peple either eithera
a a tariff talf or free trade tradeMr trde trdeMr tradeMr
Mr Bacon Ga G adverted adveted to what whathe ivhathe vhathe
he termed temed the evolution evoluton of the pend pending pd pdIng pending
ing bill bI showing it had developed developedfrom developedfrom developedfrom
from a a free trade to a tariff tarif measure measre measureThe j jThe
The provision relating relatng to the citizen cizen cizenship citizenship
ship of the people peple had likewise lkewise been beenchanfjetl beenchanJ beenchangdil
chanfjetl chanfjetlMri chanJ changdilMr d I IMr
Mri Mr Stewart Stewartthought thought legislation legislaton on onthis onthis onthis
this subject sbject should have been post postponed pos postponed ¬
poned for or a year ear or two to permit perit of ofopportunity ofopprtuniy ofopportunity
opportunity opprtuniy to study the questions questonsin questonsinvolved questionsin questionsinvolved In Involved ¬
volved He expressed expre his hi intention intentionhowever intetop intentionhowever
however to vote for the bill bi which whichhe whichhe whihhe
he said upon the whole was wa a liberal liberalmeasure Iber liberalmeasure
measure measureWhen
meaGre meaGreen S
When en the hour of 4 oclock was wasreached wasreached
reached the chairman chainan announ annoul annouiFed > jed that thatthe thatte thatthe
the te votes upon uDonthe upo the pending amend amendments amendments amendments ¬
ments and aldth thebill th bi bill should now betaen betaken be betaken
taken taen takenS
taenAe S Amendments Ae fet Are Offered OfferedAt Ofered OferedAt
At the suggestion sgeston of Mr Foraker Forakerthe Fora Forakerthe r rthe
the committee comItee amendments amendmet9 which had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been passed na d over ov were reverted reverte to and andadopted ad adadopted andadopted
adopted without wihout division divisionMr divisionlrDavls divisIonMr
Mr lrDavls Davis Rep Minn MInn then offered offeredhis ofered oferedhis offeredhis
his amendment providing that No Nodutits Nodut Noduties
duties dut on imports or exports export shall shallafter shal shallafter
after the passage pasaSe of this act be levied leviedor levI levIor
or collected < oll cte on any articles artcles imported importedfrom importedfrom importedfrom
from the United Unled States into Porto Portoflico Portoflicoor Rico Ricoor Ric
or from Porto Rico Rco Into the United UnitedStates Unied UniedSttM UnitedStates
States SttM Mr r Davis Dvis demanded deanded the theyeas tle tleyea9 theyeas
yeas nays naysThe nays naysThe
The amendment was lost 30 to 40 40Without 40WJthout 40Without
Without division two other othe amend amendments amendment amendrnents ¬
ments ment offered orered by b Mr Davis were de defeated defeated dofeated ¬
feated featedThen feated featedThen
Then Mr fr Nelson Nelsn elmn Rep Re Minn lInn of offered offered offered ¬
fered his hi free trade amendment The Theayes Te Teayes Theayes
ayes and ad noes were ordered and this thisamendment thi thisamendment
amendment aendment too was lost los 23 2 to 41 41After 41 41After
After Afer an a amendment offered ofe by Mr MrSpooner MrSpooner MrSpooner
Spooner Rep Wis making mkng a slight slightchange slIghtchange ght
change chang In the measure mearp had been ac accepted accepted ¬
cepted by Mr Mi Foraker and agreed ageed to totwo totWo totwo
two tWo amendments offered ofered by bY Mr Bacon BaconDem BaconDeni
Dem Ga 03 one being a a substitute subsiute for f6rthe f forthe r rthe
the entire entre bin UI were defeatedi der dateatediaVIthOt dateatediaVIthOtdivIsion ated > wlthout wlthoutdivision ltho t tdIvIsion
division divIsionThe v f fi 0 0Ie S
i The Ie billTvas bIwas then reported to the
senate the amendments amendment were agreed agee to toand toand toand
and on an a aye and nay vote it was waspaeeed waSpassed
paeeed pa ed by a vote of 40 to 31 a ma majority majorIty majority ¬
jority of 9 Following FoI owing is the detailed detailedvote detaile detaileI detailedvote
vote uixm uon the measure measureAllison meure meureYe measureYeas
Ye Yeas YeasAllison
Allison AllisonBaker lson Kyle KyleLodge
Baker BakerBard Bker Lodge LodgeMcBriSe
Ldge >
Bard BardCarter McBriSe McBriSeMcComas
Carter CarterChandler McComas
Chandler ChandlerClark McMillan McMillanPenrose
Clark Wyo W o Penrose PenrosePerkins cUtu
Cullom CullomDeboe Culom Perkins PerkinsPlatt Pekn enre
Deboe DeboeDepew Platt Conn ConnPlatt
Depew DepewFairbanks Deptw Platt Plat iST Y YPritchard
Fairbanks FairbanksForaker Fairbank Pritchard
Foraker ForakerFoster Forker PritchardQuarles Quarles QuarlesRoss Quares
Foster FosterFrye Ross RossSdott
Frye FryeGallinger Fre Sdott SdottSewolV S t
Gallinger Galnger SewolV Sewcl
Gear GearHanna Gea Shoup
Hanna HannaHansbrough Hana Spooner SpoonerStewart Spoon r
Hansbrough Stewart StewartThurston Stewart
Hawley Thurston ThurstonWetmore
Jones Jpne Nev Wetmore
Kean KeanAllen Ken 1 Wolcotfr40 Wolcotfr40Nays Wolcott40Nays Vetor 0Icott0 0Icott0Nays
Nays NaysMartln NaysAlen NaysAllen
Allen AllenBacon Alen Martin MartlnMason atn
Bacon BaconBate Bcon Mason Maon Rep
Bate BateBerry Money Mone
Berry Ber Morgan MorganNelson
Clark Mont ont Morg Nelson Nelsn Rep
Clay Pettus PettusProctor
Cockrell CockrellCulberson Cockel Proctor Petus Rep
Culberson Simon
Daniel DanielDavis Sullivan SullivanTaliaferro
Davis Rep ep Taliaferro TaliaferroTeller
Talaf ro
Harris HarrisHeitfeld Harrs Teller TellerTlllman
Heitfeld HeitfeldJones Heiteld Tlllman TlllmanTurjey Timnn Teler
Jones Jpnes Ark Ark Turjey Tu ey
Kenny henn Vest VestWellington VestWellington
McLaurin Mcaurin McaurinPair Lindsay Wellington Vet Walngton RepSl RepSlwcre Rep Rep31Pairs
Pair Pairs were W e announced as follows
a folows
Those Thos first mentioned being favorable favorble
to the th amendment CafferyBurrows
RawlinaBeveridge HoarMcEnery
MalloryHale MalorHale TurnerWarren Petti PettigrewAldrich PettigrewAldrichButler1Icmber
grewAldrich gewAldrlchBu grewAldrichButler1Icmber grewAldrichButler1IcmberDISCUSS ButlerMcCumber ButlerMcCumberDISCUSS terlIcCmber terlIcCmberDICSS1
House Hou Considers ConsdersSubsttte ConsidersSubsjj0 Substitute For the theSenate te teSente theSenate
Senate Sente Measure MeasureWashington Mesu MeasureWashington
Washington April Apri 3 3The The house to today toda today ¬
day da entered upon consideration consid raton of the thesubstitute thesubt thesubstitute
substitute subt ute for the senate Hawaiian
snte Hawaia
territorial terioral bill bU under a soeclal Beclal order orderwhich ord orderwhich r rwhich
which will wi bring bri g the question queston to a vote voteon voteon voteon
on Thursday Thurday afternoon afero n at 4 oclock oclock
The debate was in n committee commite of the thewhole thewhole thewhole
whole and only three of the six sixspeeches sIxsJeches SIXspeeches
speeches sJeches were pertinent 1etnent to the bill billMr bi billMr
Mr r Knox Mass chairman of the thecommittee thecommitee thecommittee
committee commitee on territories terriorIe delivered delvered a acarefully acarefuly acarefully
carefully carefuly prepared speech speeh in advocacy advocacyof
of its itsplsge itsplsgeMr itspassage itspassageMr passage passageMr
Mr Robinson Robinon Ind criticised crtcied o a sec secton seetion j
tion ton in the bill bi which hIch he said con continued contnued continned
tinned tnued in in force labor Jaor contracts contract existing existng i
in Hawaii Hawai denouncing it as a legalizing legizing a asystem asytem asystem
system sytem of wageslavery wageslaveryMr wageslaven wageslaven1Ir
Mr 1Ir Mondell londel Wyo W ospoke spoke generally generaly
in support sport of the bill biL Mr Lane Lne la laone Inone a
one of the Republicans Republcans who opposed opposedthe opp d dthe
the Porto Rico Rc tariff tarf bill bi made a a vigor vigorous vigr vigrous vigorous ¬
ous speech sch reaffirming reafning his position posion and andwarning andwarnh andwarning
warning warnh g his Republican Rpublcan associates asociate that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the country countr would not support an un unfair unfair Unfair ¬
fair policy pOlcy toward towar the Porto Ricans RicansMr Ricanslfr RicansMr
Mr lfr Thomas Thoms N C Mr r Williams WilliamsMiss W1aI WilliamsMiss
Miss and Mr Boutelle Boutele Ills Ils dis discussed di9 dlscussed ¬
cussed cused imperialism imperialismSIPI imperaIsm imperaIsmt imperaIsmSWfPT imperialismSWEPT t =
Continued Contnued from Page L Lnot 1 1not 1 1not
not contests between the league l ague canal candidate cadi cadidate canaldate
date and the repudiated nominee nominee In Inth Inthese
these th e contests cntests endorsement endor ement was wa suc successul successful
eight eightTownship eightTownship eightTownship cessful cessul seven times tmes and repudiation repudiaton repudiatoneight repudiationeight
Township elections electon were ere held heldthroughout heldthroughout heldthroughout
throughout Illinois Ilhois today and as far as asthe asthe
the returns return show at midnight the Re Republicans Reublcans Renubhicana ¬
publicans ublcans eeemed to have elected elect more moreof mre mreof moreof
of their men than the Democrats Democrt al although although aithough ¬
though the returns are very ver incomplete incompleteHEPUBLICASrS jnco incompleteREPUBLICANS plete pleteIEILCAS
Municipal Mucpa MunicipalElections Elections Eectons Held eld in i Cities Cites of ofKansas ofKaa ofKansas
Kansas KansasTopeka Kaa KansasTopeka
Topeka Kan April Apri 3 Municipal 3unicipl 3uniciplel 3Municipalelections Municipalelections
elections el ctons were held throughout the thestate thestale thestate
state today in ctes cities of the first frt and andsecondl andsend andsecond
second send class cla The first class clas cities citiesvoted cies ciesvoted citiesvoted
voted only for members member of the board boardof
of education educaton and city council councl bub in incities Incles incities
cities cles of the second sendclaS class in addition additionto addion addionto
to these thes officers ofcers city ciy clerk clerk city citymarshal cIy cIymmal citymarshal
marshal mmal attorney atorney and street sreet commis commissioners commi commissloners ¬
sioners sioner were elected electedParty electedParty electedParty
Party lines lnes were maintained mantined in most mostcases mostces mostcases
cases ces and the returns received here hereup hereup
up to midnight indicate indicte that the Re Republicans RepUb1 RepubliCans ¬
publicans pUb1 ans have generally generab been success successful succes successiul ¬
fulIn In this city ci the Republican Republcan candi candidates candiotes candidates ¬
dates otes were elected by the usual usua ma majorities majoritles ¬
jorities jorte Pufblic Plc interest here centered centeredin
in a prooceltion propcslton to to t vote ote bonds for a asystem asystem asystem
system of public publc parks which was wa de defeated defeated ¬
feated featedIn featedIn featedIn
In Wichita the Republicans Republcans made madelarge madelarge madelarge
large gains gan carrying every ever ward in the thecity thecity
city cty except one oneIn one oneIn
In Abiline Abine Lawrence La wrence Columbus ColumbusConcordia ColumbusConeordia
Concordia and Eureka the Republicans Republicanselected Republcans Republicanselected I Ielected
elected all al of the candidates cndidate on their theirtickets theirtickets
tickets In Arkansas Akans City Cij and Great GreatBend GreatBend GreatBend
Bend they carried carre a majority majoriy of the theoffices theofce9 theofRees
offices ofce9 voted fOr fonIn fr frIn fOrIn
In Kansas KansB City CIy Kansas the Repub Republicans Republcans Repubhicans ¬
licans lcans elected the four city ciy officers officersvoted ofcers ofcersvoted officersvoted
voted for by nominal majorities majories and andalso andaso andalso
also aso elected four of the six aldermen alderen alderenIn aldermenIn
In Atchison the Republicans Reublcan elected electedall electedal electedall
all al of their teir candidates candIdate with the te creep exception creeption ¬
tion ton of one councilman counciman In Parsons the theRepublicans theRepublcans theRepublicans
Republicans Republcans elected the ticket tcket with wih the theexcepton theexception
exception excepton of street str et car car one councilman counclman counclmanand councilmanand
and one on member of the board of edu educaton education
cation caton Fort Scott elected electe the Re Republcn Republican
publican publcn candidates with ith the exception exceptioni exeepton exeeptoni
i of one member of the board of educa educ education
ton tion
Victory Victr For Democrats DemocratsSpecial Demorat DemocratsSpeial
Special to Th The Herald HeraldIdaho
Spea Hed
I Idaho Falls Ida Ida April Aprl 3 3A A magnifi magif magalficent
j cent victory was a won on for the straight straighti straightDemocratic
i Democratic Democrtc ticket tcket The Republicans Republcns were werecompletely werecompletely
completely snowed under despite the well wellj wel welllaid
j i laid plans plan for victory of W E Wheeler WheelerRull WheelerRull VheelerI
Rull Rul Rounds and H K Lender Lenger Joseph Josephi JosephClak
i I A Clark Clak was elected eected the first frst mayor maJor of ofIdaho ofIdaho ofIdaho
Idaho Falls on the Democratic Democrtc ticket tcket by bya bya bya
a handsome majority The town belongs belongsto
to the Democrats Democrts and the boys are cele celei colebrating
i brating bratng in true tre Democratic Democratc style stylelittle styleLtte styleLittle
little Ltte Politics in i Colorado ColoradoDenver Coloro ColoroDenver ColoradoDenver
Denver Colo Cob April Apri 3 Municipal 3lIunicpal elSe elections ele elSetions ¬
tions tons were wer held in a number of cities ciies and andtowns andI andtowns
I towns in Colorado Colordo Politics Poltcs cut but little littlefigure ltte lttefgre littlefigure
figure fgre the question queston of license lcense or no license lcense licensefor
I for saloons being the issue in a number numberof
of the mountain towns towns At Leadville Leadvie the theDemocrats
Democrats Democrts won a sweeping victory victry the theaverage theaverge theaverage
150 500 average averge majority majorty for their teIr ticket tcket being
Republicans Republc Carry Car Tacoma TacomaTacoma Tacma TacomnTacoma
Tacoma Wash April 3 3Campbell 3Campbelb Campbell Re Republican Republcan Republlcan ¬
publican publcan is i elected mayor by about 200 200majority 200majority
majority majorlJ The Tle Republicans Remblcas elect elet six sixcouncilmen si 1 1councImen Icouncilmen
councilmen councImen and the Citizens Cizens three threeKilled threeKilled 11
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Killed Xlc For a Pew Fe Cents CentsWinfield Cnts CntsWineld CentsWinfield I
Winfield Wineld Kan April Aprl 2 2Robbers Robbers last lastnight iastnight
night rifled rifed the te Santa Sant Fe depot here and andshot andshot andshot
shot and killed kled D C Coates Coat s the te night nightoperator nightoperator nightoperator
operator They They secured only onl a few cents centsThe cent centsThe
The killing klngwa killingwas was evidently evidenty done to prevent
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Lynched Lyce the Negro NegroSavannah Neg NegroSavannah i iSaanah
Savannah Saanah Ga Ga April Aprl 3 3I 3It It is stated stted i ihere
here that Allen Ien Brooks Brok the te negro who whoassaulted I
assaulted asu1 d Mrs lIr F W Hart nego a white whitewoman whitewoman
woman near Bloomlngdale yesterday yesterdayafternoon yesterdayafternoon
afternoon vllle fl oon was lynched today toaJ near Berry Berryvllle Ber BerGray Berryrule S SGermany
Germany Gray Denies Denes It ItBerlin It ItBerlin I IBerln
Berlin Berln April Aprl 3 3Re 3Reports Reports ort from Washing ¬
ton intimating Intmatng that Germany GermanJ is instigat Instgt ¬
ing Turkey to take tke unfriendly action actionagainst acton actonagInst actionagainst
against agInst American Amercn meats meat are ae emphatically emphatcly
denied by the German Genan foreign foreig office officePatents omcea omcePatent officePatents
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Patents Patent For Salt Sat Lakers LakersSpecial Lr LakersSpecial
Special S eal to The Herald HeraldWashington Herd HeraldWashhfgton
Washington Wahi on D C April 3 3Martn 3Martin Martin Fes Fesler Fesler Peglen
ler Salt S lt Lake City Cl has ha secured securd a patent patenti patentfor patentfor
i for a wagon wagon brake and Charles V Lively I ISalt
Salt Sl Lake Lke for a c cSaed bed slat slatSailed slat slatSailed
Sailed Saed for St S1 Helena HelenaCape Helen HelenaS
S Cape Cap Town April AprI 3 3rnje 3Cronje Cronje Colonel ColonelShlel Clonel ClonelSie ColonelShiel
Shlel Sie and ad 1000 10 Boer prisoners prisn sailed sie sailedfor j
I for St St Helena Hele tonight tonlghtTo tonight tonightTo
To Cure Cue a a Cold In I One Day DayTake DayTake DayTake
Take Laxative La tve Bromo Quinine Tablets TabletsAll Tblets TbletsAl TablethAll
All Al druggists refund the th money m ney If It Itfails i itfails
fails fals to cureE cure E W Groves signature signatureIs sigature sigatureIs
Is on each ec box box 25c 25c
Andre T MoPhereon Mahern of the freight freightdepartment freigbtdepartment freightdepartment
department Oregon Oregn Short Line took tookuntohimself tookunto tookunto
untohimself unto hmsef himself a bicycle recently recenty that thatwas th thatwas t twas
was guaranteed garnted quiet to ride ride or drive driveHe drve drveHe driveHe
He took it i out for tr fo an airing aring yesterday yesterdaymorning yeteray yeteraymori yesterdamorning
morning mori with wih the result reult that the trans transJordan trans transordatpgphy transJordan
Jordan ordatpgphy topography was w shattered shatered in inspots inspt inspots
spots spotsMac spt spotsMno
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river rver that knoweth koweth not the te sound of a astreet a aStreet
street car gong gng In order orde to get to his hisdesk hi hisdesk
desk on schedule time tme in the morning morninghe mrning mrninghe
he invested invesed as above stated sated in a wheel wheelan
an oldtime oldtme Cleveland of the vintage vintageof vintge vintgeof
barslike like the horns hornsof hornsof hornsof
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of a Texas s steer ster and an action aton calcu calculated cacu caculated calculated ¬
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ings Inglkewis ingslikewise likewise his pants pnt The Te genial geniallittle gnial gniallte geniallittle
little lte Caledonian CledonIa has been ben prcting prctingGub practicing practicingsub
sub rosa ros in his lot for some sme time tme past pastand pat patand pastand
and yesterday yeerday morning essayed esSyed to ride rideto rideto rideto
to work work Mac started out full ful of ambi ambition ambiton ambition ¬
tion ton and a good go breakfast brekast occupying occupyingthe ocup i g gthe
the whole street and both bth sidewalks sidewaks in inhis inhi inhis
his hi erratic erratc orbit while whie peaceful citi citizens ciI ciIzen citiness ¬
ness zen climbed clmbe gateposts gtepts with wih unseemly unseemlyhaste unseembhase unseemlyhaste
haste hase to beam benignly benIgly upon the trick trickrider trIckrider trickrider
rider from their ther kopjes lwpje of vantasre vantasreAfter vantae vantaneAfter
After Ater stirring strring up all the dogs dog in the theneighborhood theneIghborhood theneighborhood
neighborhood and nearly assassinating assassinatinga a sinatng sinatnga
a peaceful pc rul uptown uptow shoeman soeman in cold coldblood cld cldblood coldblood
blood the pedalist peflIst sprinted srInte at an 830 830gait 83 830gait
gait git for the bridge brdge which spans spns the thecanaL thecna thecanal
canaL cna At this precise precse moment momnt the theuntamed te teuntamed theuntamed
rock but butMac butMa butMac
untamed steed ste bucked buced oer a rok
Mac Ma ke kent > t his seat on the frame frme like lke a aMEDICAL a aMDICA aMEDICAL
Nine Nme Candidates Cddats Run the Ganlet GanletHew Gas GanletNew
Hew N w Rule Adopted AdoptedThe
The state board of medical meical examin examiners emin eminer ¬
ers er last lat evening yening completed complete its is award awardof awardof ord ordof
of certificates certficate to candidates cndI te to practice practicetheir prctce prctcetheIr practicetheir
their professions profesions Dr W Russell RussellWherritt Rusll Rusllerrlt RussellWherritt
Wherritt errlt of Heber City Ciy was granted ganted a alicense a alcense alicense
license lcense as practitioner racttioner in medicine meicine and andsurgery andsure andsurgery
surgery sure and a d to the following fOlowing were wereawarded wer wereawarded
awarded awde certificates certfcates to practice nrctce obste obstetrics QbstetIe obstetries ¬
tries tIe Jenslne Poulsen Poulsn of Manti Lea LeaR LeaR LeaB
R Clayton Clayon of Mills I Margaret Marret Arbon Arbonof Abonof
of Snowvllle Snowie Julia ula M l E Jensen enen of ofHolliday ofHolday ofHolliday
Holliday Holday Lorina Easton of Layton Layto and andGrace andGrace andGrace
Grace M 1 Scholes Susan Susn M lI Bullock Bullockand Bulok Bulokand Bullockand
and Grace Grce Freeze of Salt Sal Lake Lke City CityA Ciy CityA I
A resolution resoluton was wa adopted b bY by the theboard theboard theboard
board requiring reuIrIng hereafter hereater that tat candi candidates candidate candidates ¬
dates date undergoing examination examinaton shall sal be beover beover beover
over the age of 21 years e and be of good goodmoral goodmolal goodmoral
moral molal character characterThe characterThe characterThe
The successful succesful applicants pplcnts at the therecent therecent therecent
recent examination examinaton may ma obtain oblin their theircertificates theIrcertfctes theircertificates
certificates certfctes this morning at 1830 183 at the thecity theciy thecity
city ciy health healt office officeCONFLICT ofce ofceC officeCONFLICT C 0 0CONFLICT
Joe Visma Vima Knocks ok George Geore Wright WrightOut Wrght WrghtOut WrightOut
Out OutGeorge OutGeoge OutGeocge
George Geoge Wright Wrght a laborer labrer was laid laidout laido laidoutstiff
out o outstiff t stiff stff in a a conflict confct over a pool pl table tablein tablein tablein
in the 76 saloon last evening eveng He HeplayIng was wasplaying wasplaying
playing a a game with Joe Visma Vlsa when whena
a dispute arose ar and the latter knocked knocke knockedhim
him down Being drunk Wright Wrght did didnot didnot didnot
not arise aise until unti Sergeant Srgeant Burbidge Burbige was wascalled wascaled wascalled
called caled in and ad it was feared fee he was wasquite ws wsquie wasquite
quite quie seriously injured Injurd His hurts are areconfined arecned areconfined
confined cned to a badly bdb battered btee counte countenance countenance countenance ¬
nance Visma was charged chare with wih as assault a asault assault ¬
sault and Visma battery batter and Wright Vrght was wa held heldfor heldfor eld eldfor
for drunkenness drunkennessLlBRAEY drWknness drunkennessLthEARY
drWknnessC C c cL
Monthly Monthy Session Sesion of Trustees Trste Consid Considered Cond Condered Gonsidered ¬
ered Routine oute Business BusinessThe BusinessThe Buiess BuiessThe
The trustees ttees of the public ublc library lbrry held helda
a session yesterday yester ay to o consider cQnider Librarian LibrrIan LibrariaaChapmans
Chapmans Chapmans report rport for the month mnt of March Marchand
and to transact business busines brought to the thereoorted te teboards theboards
boards atenton attention A 7 72334 balance balance ws wsreDorted was wasrenorted
reoorted in the treasury on April Aprl 1 and andcurrent andcurrent andcurrent
current expense expen claims caims amounting amountng to to55SS11
55SS11 U were ere ordered paid pid The months re receipts r rcelpts receipts ¬
ceipts for fines fnes etc amounted amounte to 2952 2952An 2952An 5
An A purchased purchasedThe purchasedThe purchasedThe approved approve list lst of books bok was ordered orderedpurchased ordere orderedpurchased
The librarians l rriang report reprt showed showe 164 16 vol volumes volumes 01 01ures ¬
umes ures accessioned accesloned during durng March March Among Amongthose Amongthose mong mongthose
those donated donate were seventeen sventeen unbound unboundvolumes unboundyolumes unboundvolumes
volumes from Mrs Mr Nettle Nette G Hapgood Hapgo of ofthis ofthis ofthis
this city ct New borrowers cards crds were is issued issued ¬
sued to the number of 255 2 and lastmonths last lastmonths lastmonths
months circulation circulaton was wa J156 1 5 volumes of ofwhich ofwhih ofwhich
which whih 3771 3m were fiction fcton and 1574 juvenile juvenilesubjects juvenie juvenilesubjects
subjects subjct A total of 3323 33 volumes were wereIssued wereIsue wereIssued
Issued Isue In i the te reference department departmentCREMATORY deprtment departihentCREMATORY
Two Republicans RpubU an Displaced by Skilled SkilledPurnacemen Skll SUedPurnacemen d dFrcemen
Purnacemen PurnacemenAs Frcemen FrcemenAs
As a result reult of the dtermination dterinaton of ofHealth ofHealh ofHealth
Health Healh Commissioner King Kng to bring bringorder brig brigorder bringorder
order out of chaos in i the operation operto of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the city crematory cremator George Gerge A Jones Jonesand Jonesand Jonesand
and Charles Charle Kramer Kraer Republicans Republca have havebeen havebeen
been be displaced and Joseph Moss fos and andAlbert andAlbert andAlbert
Albert Unger furnace men under uder the thelate thelate thelate
late Democratic Democratc administration admiIstraton are arenow arenow
now at the helm The coal co1 consump consumption conump conumpton consumption
tion ton is s now no on an economical economcal basis baIs and andthe
the incineration incineraton of garbage grbag is going goingon
on more satisfactorily satsfactorly because baus of the theski theskill
skill ski of the old hands In the change changethat changethat chaxigethat
that occurred ourre Sunday Kramer Krmer and andTJnger andUnger andlinger
linger are ae said sid to almost amost have come to toblows toblows toblows
blows It I is semiofficially semiofcialy announced announcedthat announcedthat
that Councilman Councimn Cottrells Cottrels brother brther will willwalk wi willwalk
walk the plank as a soon sn as T W Arm Armstrong Arnistrong
strong recovers from his illness iness and ad re returns returns returns ¬
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