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Election of o the Ncr N 3i Man Now N W Regarded As An AnAbsofnlc A1 A1Dsofuft AnS
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Mr Abbott Siyes fres Many and Sufficient Reasons For Fo the theOffi theOffiatement Offf OfffcWysiatemcnt Offida1a
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0 c t liicagx hi hica u Oct t 31 31Willis Wfllb J Abbott A bott chief erf the press pressbureax pressbureaxiht bureau bureauiln t tlilt
lilt Ueraoaatic DemOCQ Dernocraticona1 c < jional committee cos iflittec today issued a statement statementii
IIi ii i tile Ii 1 presidential Irts tlentiai witlook sit1ookin tlook in which he says sayso 0
0 C The campaign of IOM Igw 1 > is i virtually ended It has bun con CODI j jt
I t n 1 c Ckl d < l wit Aith 1LkVIOf vigor aithusSsra enthus 1 and intelligence iDtellig by the snppn suppPI suppers suppersMr5 ers ersi
I i Mr Ir BramjiV4 Bi4itscIOSe j1tS its cl close se the tbeDcmocrtic Democnrtk Dem pa1ygoest5 party goes b t 0 0o
0 r practically a mnL Of bose ose who deserted its standard standardiL standardI iu t tI 11 11t
t iiV I 1 itt virtually rt Hy all have returned d this th syear year On loyal allies aJI in inJ Yj Yjv
I v Bryan s first tattle batt ttIth the Popufirs tS and Silver Rep R Ro RcJiN RcJiNr ticans I Q
0 r still till loyal and animated today by the same principles ot de de deI 4eII f ft
t < n I to the t c welfare erfthe of the country untry even en at the cost costGf of self selfT seIfrih
vaitiof t rih ritce whICh they t manifested D1 Ullfesu d then 0 0WYOXli 0VyiiMfl
T 4 WYOMING VyiiMfl Ci MAY XAYGO 60 RBPDBLEOAN REPUBLCANIii S SIn
In 11 tny Tn o own n opinion which 1 may n y say sa is isshared shared by all theac theacfive tbe tbeti theacfive
five ti xecutive men at the t e Democratic De1 t1C national heatjqgytcrs ers Mr Ir 4 4irans
4 irans Ir itn election by b Jfposittg majority rnajont is is certain rften en diflMnithatastotheodlconic difl di1t I IIr t tIIcwhat
Mnithatastotheodlconic t IIcwhat as to the IC in certain specified sp states but as to toth to h hth I Ith
< th result resultintheQat resultinthe in the natibn N1 there is no nodifference difference of opinion opinionMy on My Mytil1int1 owfe owfeinion
4 inion > which I am ready to put oafecord J at the culminating 0 0inimieni Oi 0moment
i moment of the final contest is that th4r lr r Bryan will carry every everyC 1ltf
S C > i ltf to he carried in 1896 with the possible exception e of Wyoming Wyominga1I ag 4
+ and a1I < that state to my mind is most likely to go goJorhim1iow gor for him himn now that thattIlt 0 0tlit i iQ
tIlt price or wool A7bicll hich die McKinley organs br SO SOo so1inily
Q Iniuily has gone doaHTVo an unprofitable pointBut pointUtit point pointIhit
But leaving Wyoming in in the list of doubtful states and con conaiing 0 0cedmg 0ceding
ceding that the one vote carried by Mr Bryan Ian in California CaJifomi may mayQ may maybe
Q pooibh I ihh be lost this year we we begw heg iEonreomputations oor o computations with 172 173dicuiral 172dlltorat 172G
G dicuiral l ctra1 votes given gi to Bryan U1u m 96 96twbkh which there is no possible possiblecertainty 0 0dIl 0danger
dIl danger lT of losing today To these may be add added with perfect perfectcertainty
0 > certainty New York Maryland Kentucky Ohio West Virginia Virginiat
t aw Indiana or a total of ninetyseven additional a < votes votes allowing allowingA 0 0or 0for
A tor for or the one vote in Kentucky which Mr Bryan received in hs hsQ hspfn hsI
Q previous pfn I eioiis ous canvass tnva This T aaakes aLes a total of 269 votes vot or Orl Iprtyfive Iprtyfiveiiorc
4 iiorc on than are e necs iuiii ii to tof eks ekL But tbere are e other br states statestr 0 0iI
f 111 iI H SectG e aiirti ttI hut st sttti l T Tf TfI
I > tr M l ly tctul hO toward the th Democratic party These are Illinois IllinoisaliiorniH
I < aliiorniH inua Minnesota tinne ota Wisconsin W c n Michigan and Delaware In Inail 0 0ail 0i
ail i of these states s the chances chanccsaft are if not equal l more morethartfavor morethartfavoro than thanfavor thanfavorihk fatvor fatvornllc
o nllc to he Democratic party partyFOOLISH partyt partyFOOLISH
t FOOLISH FOO LISH HEPUBLICAN CLAIMS CLAIMSTJie flAlJiSTJle bJM bJMThe
The claims claimsof of the Republican managers are dot t worth wortlisrrions 0 0t 2 2rims
t srrions rims consideration They are acting upon the theory which whichitnated whicbnattd whichitnated
itnated nattd from Zach Chandler wbeu in 1876 he telegraphed telegraphedVncede telegraphednntde teIerai1iedonte1e +
> Vncede nothing claim everything ng and thereafter stole the theprvsidfiicy theIn 0 0S
S prvsidfiicy In illncy There can be no repetition of the theft of the presi presiiu presiley presiIlcy
iu ley this year for the Democratic organization is systematic systematicnu
> nu tli 11 effective and on guard Noris it necessary or even sensible sensiblei 0 0givt 0give
i give heed to the widely heralded betting odds The Repub Repubi Repubhais
hais IIItllS i mis are the moneyed n1Ol1tYcdclassn classes and can afford to bet and lose loset 4 4ilty
o t In ilty H > have havewiththem with them the thestockjobbers stock jobbers of oWaU Watt street street streetwith with whom whomKJI 0 0is i id
KJI d lhlin iMing is a daily dai daily pastime pa time and who iJo are naturally reuy e A to tokr tohl toit
kr hl their monc nK on n the retention in I power of the administration administrationhich
o t Inch they have so s largely profited profitedJONES
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BE WATCHED TO STOP FRAUD i
j n Oct Si IlDatOl 1 Senator Jones chair clutfrth ch r rI
I J th t h l DmtritIv > m Jntr1tk rntH national ttona I comnrit comnritaskHl eummitaked
askHl a kd t tja lay I L o UI OiflMU > tnioa of Cro Croi CrolioQ tl tla
S i SI5S4IOfl > ifsii lioQ > n hat beawdnrtic uc voters votersabout YOtenr
r about the t h polling 1 places pIa OD onITlinn ODS ODU1 1 1n
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r I > m n ra nit t to > h a the he polls poltair poltjr
ir r 1101 i I HIM alld to restate restateH
1 r H HI I it r i i rHys until the theift theTn11
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7 I I i watih the JudgtM JudgtMt
t TS lSt sw t to t it that t at no nomitt nolImitt no5rn1tt
lImitt mitt oJ 1 and if an itny ny fraud Is IsMO 11e I IS
S e MO tl It then iU 1jhfre 1jhfreratie idthereriti there thereratic
< ratic riti party ai is opposed to toat
i at 11 the samt alD time I feel < I war warthat warj
j 11 g that the Democrats fnl fnlrip rulJt tulrip
rip Jt the th fruits of 4 r their thtlrLtimdttlon theiriiTnd4tion
Ltimdttlon 1 initiation U L attempted at
CENSUS WILL RESULT IN MAKING MAKINGSEYERAL MAilNGI
I SEVERAL STATES LOSE CONGRESSMEN
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SI J < Ht t 31 The Th announce announcev annnu annnut
t 2 r v pulatton n of the th United Initcdr 1 Unitedby n tfd
1 r by the < > en nRUS tis bureau bureauaphlnieton hweautS u i iallhlngton
tS aphlnieton special to 0 the thestarted th thI theS
I S h started speculation tMn about aboutrn
P t rn th Hp < > apportionment for fora i
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tsea i > > r decreases 111II in state staten
t II ttIr ir n dn de nd on the tbowhich feeling feel of ofwhich i
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L which w kb la I yet to be elected electedn ted tedidn
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idn dfl5 n however that several severalwhich severalifi II
III In lOse One of them Ie IeIRd s sk5
IRd k5 which hicla has ha 1
t I gained < only onlyition to 10
I ition ion Another to Maine Mainesrained i
rf1 h r tt j < gained only MOM ° OM Nevete Nevetetailing NVc4lalling
t tailing gft ff la population Mrt Mrtsafe at
1 < safe for she has only one oneman 0Delllall
L man now and cannot have havegainer ve vegita e eI
I I gita talIt gainer under the therepresentative eu j
1 utima st na e iif an tDcysae of I
Iv lach representative ftPIe8eDta e will tAiUn b
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the polls or fraudulent eoonttag coaDt coaatts tried by byelection bytlectlon byetectkn
election judges there will be Deatocrats Deatocratsin Deocratein
in the vUtnity reauy to take t e u ut t such suchaction suetictiou I
action as g may be necessary totm to stop > it itThere itS
S There will = be neither r Intimidation tnttmidauonthe tat tatthe at atthe
the polls ballot llot box stttMag stu stuMs nor fraudu fraudulent j
lent counting this year If If either trauduI is at attempted attempted attempted
tempted it will be stopped RtoIJD there and then thenAnd thenAnd thenAnd
And if anyone SVt r4s tt hurt in thin t process processof
of prevention f tope It will not bf th thHoncvt thhoncet I
Honcvt mnn n who in I doing hi hll duty t tl tlan iaIrI iaIrIand airly airlyami
and l well The Democrats Dfom Crah > have made an anhoneat I Ihonest I Ia
honest campaign gn We have appealed to toth tothe I IDIe
th the < heads and a h hearts rtji = of vrh the American Americanpeople Americanpeople
people DIe We e have ha won tot lUht and by
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hour beaH w wo wEll net be defrauded out of ofor 0oor ofAUT
oor or victory i ory by the chicanery of r lcton cctlonju4gfa lctonindK j jte
indK ju4gfa If f our Republican friend wilt wiltbe willbe
fth th r = = t j jIntimidaUn
be honest te there wiH be no trouble twit twitintimidation hutInlimidatiut
intimidation at the t polls or attempted attempteddishonesty attempteddlhouesty dteIDptflll dteIDptflllM
dishonesty in the t counts lttbe will be met by bysuch bysuch
such metluMlH net beds M MS may be necessary amit and andcourtly I
t courtly ttrtly effective effectiveHanna e4ftCthfI e4ftCthfKaDDa eflectlvBaniit
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Hanna Hefae Rf RfFort to OeaMnoat OeaMnoatFort t tFort
Fort Wayne led Oct 3L a8eaator Senator
Hanna was asked to express ua opinion oniesrn opinionon
on rn n Chairman t Jones interview dealing
with Mr Crokers advice to Democrat Democratrecardinr Deeottatrt DemocratsretardIn
recardinr rt ardln = their conduct oa election day
He H refusal to talk about the th Matter Iter
Pennsylvania noolv8n a which will gain three thr threei i icongresMnen
i congresMnen bringing her hs number up upto upto upto
to thirtyone New York orlt wonli oDI1 gain gaintwo pintwo ln lntwo
two reaching a total of thirtyeight
Kturck Kentucky Maryland South Carolina
ana Virginia would owd each lose a con congressman CODsreuman congreeaman ¬
gressman which would be offset by
the gain of two In n Texas Te Maine and
Vermont would eaco eac acl lose e a congress congressalan
man though Massachusetts Mas adlUtta would gain gainone gaine gainens
one e Illinois would gain one 0 making
her representation le retlentatlon twentyfour Of the theother
other great middle states Indiana Indianai I
i Ohio and Minnesota would each e < h lose loseI loseODe loseone
I one while Michigan Michi Iowa and Wis Wisconsin Wisconsin ¬ I
consin would neither gain nor lose
Nebraska would lose e one and New NewJersey
Jersey would w uld gain one These would
be the only changes eS The apportion apportionment apportionmont I Iment
ment would add eleven to the repre representationand reprea reprsentation ¬
sentationand a sentation subtract ten leaving a anet anet
net gain gluThere at one oneThere i
There la hardly any an doubt d < that the thenew I Iew
new ew a aeqwwflemvt f 1 mn rt Wjii wi not b be < > made on ona I Iaav
aav a buiis b tei thiin 2ijwHi lJ lJfJ
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Abuses AbTIS e S Bryan ryltn For Preaching PreachingFree p Preac1tuigFree r e It CIiIlg CIiIlghree
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Ooshen Go hen Iud Oct ft nsenator Senator Hanna Hannawas Hannapreeted Ilannawag
was greeted by a great outpouring of ofpeople ofpecple ofpeople
people here today the crowd wd who heard heardhis beardbls heardhis
his speech being estimated e at 124M Uo In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the course of a thirty minute speech speechSenator speechSenator i iSenator
Senator Hanna said saidI aIdhear saidSI
SI I hear on ever side what bato tIM mat matter matter mattsr ¬
ter with Hanna cries of hes all allright allright allright
right I want to know whats the thematter thematter tasmatter
matter with Indiana cheers and cries criesIndiana Ci1eIndiana criesIndiana
Indiana is all right I almost think thinkthis thinkthis thinkthis
this election will be unanimous This Thisgreat Thisgreat Thisgreat
great outpouring means much Bryan Bryanhas Bryanbas Bryanhas
has been preaching tree silver im imperialism Imperialism impertaiism ¬
perialism and antitrturt he has hasdragged hasdr hasdragged
dr dragged gKed these issues i88tU into the campaign campaignfor camp ig igfoC
for fo the purpose e of deceiving decelvl the peo people people peepie ¬
ple There is nothing in this thl contest contestbut contestbut contestbut
but let well enough Ak 1oIIIL IO1J > dj We have havesuffered haesufferecl havesuffered
suffered enough seen eaough ugh soup souphouses soupbotuleS souphouses
houses and we e have earned the right rightto rightto
to be prosperous Do you propose to tobe tobe tobe
be led I away by false issues i in order orderto orderto orderto
to satisfy the ambition of one man manThat manThat manThitt
That expresses it fully it is too long longa
a story to be covered with arguments argumentsat
at this tb time The ether side has al always always always ¬
ways been before the people with every everysubterfuge everylIubler everysubterfuge
subterfuge lIubler imaginable lma Inorder that the thepeople thepeople thepeople
people may be deceived dec Bryan has haslowered haslowered haslowered
lowered himself to the worst kind of ofdemagoguery ofd ofdemagoguery
demagoguery d ry and has cried to the peo people people prople ¬
ple to follow the steer whose e name is isBryan IsBryan isBryan
Bryan BryanNo BryanNo BryanNo
No my friends frk ndII this election is a atest atest atest
test of the loyalty the patriotism and andthe andthe andthe
the intelligence of the American peo people peoPle peepie5 ¬
ple Yo You do not want to vote for a aman aman amart
man whose wb government gov rnDMtPt would bring bringdistress bringdhtre88 bringdhtress
distress and sorrow to the people peopleEverything peopleEverything peopleEverything
Everything on our side appeals to all allthe alltbe altthe
the sentiments of patriotism in America AmericaIt
It calls for a vote of confidence in the theadministration theadmlnlatration theadministration
administration A vote of confidence confidencein conftd ce ceIn
in your president who has preserved the thedignity thedlcnlty thedignity
dignity of the nation Now that we wehave wehave wehave
have taken tak our place among am among ng the fight fighttag ftghtlog fightlug
tag nations shall we turn our back to tothe tothe tothe
the glory of our soldiers and sailors sailorsShall aHoMShaH sailorsShall
Shall we shut our eyes and blindly fol follow follow follow ¬
low that steer God borbid Let we wewarn wewarn wewarn
warn you that should sbouldYou you be misled misledby ml misledby led ledfal
by false fal e theories your fate Is i sealed sealedIndustries MealedIndustries sealedIndustries
Industries will shut down trade de decrease deCft decrease ¬
crease and the laboring labort class would be bethe bethe bethe
the first to feel f 1 it It Money can be hid hidaway hidaay hidaway
away and when a laboring man loses loseshfct Ioesdays
hfct 1 days work he loses his capital capitalJso capitalXJIll capitalao
ao Jso
Heaps JC x rctA1M MorAbtese MorAbteseFort r AlH e eFort e eFort
Fort Wayne lod Oct 31 31Senator 31SenatorMarie ILSenatorMark Senator SenatorMark
Mark A Hanna spoke to two large au audiences audieDcetI audinners ¬
dinners here today He was greeted on onhis onlata onhis
his arrival by a parade of rough riders ridersand ridensad ridersand
and factory men His H audience was waslargely wasIar waslargel3
largely b composed of workingmen uen and andhis andaqumMIta andbin
his arguments were w re addressed to them thembeing thembelag thembeing
being confined chiefly to the prosperity prosperityIssue prosperityThe prosperitybone
Issue IssueThe boneThe
The men whose example pIe they should shouldfollow shouldfollow shouldfollow
follow he said are re the men who have havesuccessfully baveny havesueeeemully
successfully ny managed the countrys countrysgreat country5sgreat ountry ountrygnat
great Industrial establishment establishmentHe
He accused cuRd Mr Bryan ryn of utter hy hypocrisy hyJKKrIy bypoerisy ¬
pocrisy and charged that in the last lastJay IlU1tday lastdays
Jay days of the campaign in desperation desperationthe
the Demorritth candidate was attempt attempting attemptInp attempting ¬
ing to raise rai class II animosity and and andarray andarray andarray
array workmgmen mrrflnri a < JnfPt their em employers empIHYPMI empliyerw ¬
ployers His arraignment of Mr Bryan Bryanwan BryanWaJI Bryanwas
wan nevere and followed his declara declaration dfllaratlon declaration ¬
tion that he had been the butt of Mr MrBryars MrBrya MrBryars
Bryars Brya ridicule and sarcasm for years yearsand yearand yearsand
and that t at now before Mr Bryans re retirement retirement retirernent ¬
tirement 0 private life he proposed to togive togive togive
give him a few parting shots shotsfactories shotslactori shutsPactorise
factories Are Closed ClosedSouth CloeedSOuth CoeedSouth
South Bend Ind Oct 31 IISenator IISenatorHanna 31SenatorHanna Senator SenatorHanna
Hanna was escorted from the station stationto
to the speakers stand by a regiment regimentof
of rough riders He spoke here about aboutGty aboutfi aboutity
Gty fi ty minutes Most ofthe of the factories of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the city were closed clo for an hour to toenable toenable toenable
enable the employees e eH to hear Senator SenatorHanna SenatorHanna SenatorBanns
Hanna HannaMexico a
Mexico CIty Has 400000 4OOOOOMexico 400000Mexico 400000Mexlco
Mexico City Oct 31 31The The census censusshows ct censusshows > tUlUS tUlUSshows
shows this thl city has over 4WOOOO popula population pupulatlon populaLion ¬
Lion The population of the fedfial fpdtl al din dintri dlRtrkt dietr4t
tri trkt < t including n < the < apital city itr is in infJJa ina4
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BRYAN HAS HhShNOTHER HhShNOTHERDRY ANOTHER ANOTHERDAY
DAY OF TRIUMPH IN OHIO OHIOiItfnnaWr1
iItfnnaWr1 5 rati iti 1 Tiirnj rns OUr Om fflfe Jib Mfl 6ow CoWds ow s0t tBafvCafffef tBafvCafffefTo ThanSI tftef tftefTo aflet afletI v L
To Hear His Voice VOiceToledo Toledo LikewiseGermans Likewise LikewiseGermans LikewiseGermans
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Germans Present Gift Showing Overwhelming Sentiment SentimentFor
For the Democratic Deader LeaderEnthusiasticCrowds Enthusiastic Crowds
Cincinnati Cinct nnat i 0 Oct 3L 311TilliNn WiUMn J JBryan JBryan
Bryan made tonight the first speech speechthat speecllthat speechthat 1
that he has made in this lh city durfiter durfiterthe cJ cJthe durtb durtbthe
the present pre ent campaign He spoke to towonderfully towoBdertully towonderfully
wonderfully immense e throngs thronlPLThe throngsThe throngsThe
The day was spent entirely hi this thisstate thisstate thisstate
state and the itinerary covered the thecountry theCOUDtry thecountry
country between this th city and Toledo ToledoBeginning ToledoBeginning ToledoBeginning
Beginning with an hours speech lI h at To Toledo Toledo Toledo ¬
ledo at 19 oclock this morning Mr MrBryan MrBryan MrBryan
Bryan spoke in succession at Wauseon WauseonNapoleon WauseonNapoleon eoD eoDNapoleon
Napoleon Ottawa Lima Wapekaneta WapekanetaSidney WapellanetaSidney WapohanetaSidney
Sidney Piqua Troy Dayton Hamilton Hamiltonand Hamiltonand Hamiltonand
and College Corner CornerS With the excep exception exception excepthat ¬
tion of the Toledo speech h none of the theothers theothers theothers
others of the day exceeded twentyfive twentyfiveminutes twentyneminute twentyfiveminutes
minutes m length and six of them were wereof wereof wereof
of only five minutes duration each eachMr eachMr eachMr
Mr BrR B received a very cordial re reception re reI vsception ¬
ception cpp on in Cincinnati He was met at atthe atthe atthe
I the station by an immense crowd and andbeing AndI n nbeing
being driven to Music Ic ball under the theescort theeseort theescort
I escort of the Duckworth club he was wasthere wasthere wasthere
there welcomed comed by thousands thou on the theoutside tbeI theoutside
outside out lde of orthe the building < and by aa many manypeople manypeople manypeople
people on the inside of the great build building buildlog buildlag ¬
I log as could be packed into it itThe it itThe itThe
The crowd In the interior bad been beenawaiting beenawaiting beenawaiting
awaiting Mr Bryan for three hours hoursand hoursand
I and on account of the heat and the thepacked thepacked thepacked
packed condition of the hall there was wasgreat w wgreat wasgreat
great impatience until he entered It Ithad Ithad Ithad
had not notMat been intended that the crowd crowdshould crowdsbould crowdshould
should be admitted until 7 oclock but butthey butthey butthey
they broke the doors down an hour ear earlier earlier eartier ¬
lier and helped < themselves thern elves to all the theavailable theavailable theavailable
available SDace SDaceMr saeeMr ee eeMr
Mr Bryan made his It first speech of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the evening to the crowd on the outside outsideof
of Music ball He talked for only a few fewminutes fewmJnute fewminutes
minutes and his address was In the themost tbeJnOIIt themost
most general terms but it was received receivedwith receivedwith receivedwith
with loud applause applauseApplause applau1iieApplause applausepp1aUso
Applause Is Tumultuous TumultuousIt
It took fifteen minutes to get gf > t the in interior Interior intenor ¬
terior audience quiet after att r Mr Bryan Bryanmade Bryanmac1e Bryanmade
made his appearance at 9 oclock The Theapplauseswas TheapplauseawaS I Iapplatnfewaa
applauseswas general ejiera1 and prolonged prolongedbut
but It af terwarda degenerated into wild wilddemands wilddemands wilddemands
demands for Bryan which did not notcea iot iotcease > ot otcease
cease while Judge Harmon and Mayor MayorJones MayorJonet MayorJones
Jones spoke They preceded Mr Bryan Bryanbut Bryanbut Bryanbut
but they spoke with but little comfort comforton
on account of the clamor clamorReferring clMmorReferriD clamorReferring
Referring < to the Philippines Mr Mrmon Har Harmon 111Jr 111Jrmcn ¬
mon said saidWhen aIdWhen said5When
When our commissioners went to todictate todictate todictate
dictate terms of peace to Spain they theybore theybore theybore
bore instructions These e have been beencarefully beencarefully beencareIullywlthbeld
carefully careIullywlthbeld withheld although the people peoplehad peoplebad peoplehad
had a right to know them when the thetreaty thetreaty thetreaty
treaty took erfect When they come to tolife tolife tolife
life as they must we shall find that thatthey thatthey
they were changed after the Dfgotialions negotiatiOtle negotia negotiations ¬ I
lions began I rl I14J the tb president the thejustice thejustice thejustice
justice to believe he h did not at atfirat first in intend intend ¬
tend to slap Into the shoes of the king kingof klnrof kingof i
of Spain but only meant to nul or buy buyhim buyhim buyhim I
him oft the tll backs ba tcs of the Filipino This Thiswas Thiswas
was a plain duty He did not then thenmean tbfnmean thenmean I
mean to buy him out and continue the thesame thesanae thesame
same business at the old stand But Butthe Butthe Butthe
the president is better at seeing his hisplain h hisplain s splain
plain duty than tb n at doing it He takes takesthe takeathe takesthe
the wrong kind of people into his confi confidence conftdeDCe confidence
dence and put puts himself hl under their con control controL eontrot ¬
trol They turned him about face We Wecan Wetn Wecan
can guess who they were because they theydid theydid theydid
did the same me thing thin < with him later about aboutPorto abOutPorto aboutPorto
Porto Rico an and as he committed him himself hi hielt himself
self to his duty in a message me eage to con congress congress coltgross ¬
gress they had to turn him in the theopen theopen theopen
open openIt It was well enough to make Spain Spainrelinquish Sp2lnrellnqu18h Spainrelinquish
relinquish to us all her claims to the thePhilippines tbePblllppin thePhilippines
Philippines which t were largely pre pretended pretended peetended ¬
tended tendedAll tendedAll tendedAll
All we had to do was to declare declarethen declaretben declarethen
then or later that we took or held heldthem heldthem heldthem
them in trust for the people thereof thereofwho tbereofwho thereofwho
who by our request had fought side sideby sidehy side1W
by side with UB t overthnnv of > rHrft Sp pdin pdinWhat iin iinWhat in inWhat
What mould we e have thought thou if the
French during our revolution had hadbought hadJought hadbought
bought out Rngtaikis pretensions and andthen andtlten andthen
then turned their arms to subdue us usWe usWehad 1 1Wf
We Wehad had no formal treaty with the Fill Filipinos FlIIphio Fillpi ¬
pinos pi on as the French had with us us but buthonest buthonest buthonest
honest people do not raise technicalities technicalitiesabout technicalitiesabout tles tlesabout
about the obligations of honor and fair fairdealing fairdeallns fairdealing
dealing Many thought as he whom I Iam Iam Iant
am soon to Introduce l who was as one of ofthem ofthem oftheft
them that it would be best to end the thewar thewar thewar
war and get rid of Spain by ratifying
the treaty since it was made and then thendeclare thendeclare thendeclare
declare aud carry out this trust I be believe beUeve betleve ¬
lieve they were right but they were de deceived deceived decelved ¬
ceived as to the real intentions of the thenresident thegresldent theresident
resident and by the resolution re the th thsenate
1 Senate adopted carefully worded so as asto asto asto
to appear a promise e and nd prove an eva evasion evaion erasloe ¬
sloe ion So we went from an honorable honorablewar
war to one of conquest t against a those thosewho thoeewho thosewho
who helped us because they thought thoughtand thoughtnd thoughtand
and nd we made them think we were help helping belpIIIIf helplag ¬
ing them We have shed more blood bloodand Woodami bloodand
and spent more money in this war than thanin thnIn thanin
in the war war with Spain and still our ourboys ourBoys oursoya
boys are sent to disease dl eaae and still the thetaxgatherer thetaxPtJaerer thelaxgatherer
taxgatherer calls for more moreJudge moreJudae moreJudge
Judge Harmon introduced Mr Bryan Bryanas
as the next precedent t of the t United UnitedStates UnitedStatea UnitedStates
States There was Wasa a flutter of hand handkerchief handkercbJel handkerchiefs ¬
kerchief and a general enersl shout out but Mr MrBryan MrBryan MrBryan
Bryan did not Intve great difficulty in insecuring inscurlng insecuring
securing comparative comparat iva < quiet after he hebegan hebegan hebegan
began beganThe beganThe beganThe
The speech h was largely a repetition repetitionof
of former arguments argumentMr argumentsMr
Mr Bryan will start early tomorrow tomorrowmorning tomorrowmorning tomorrowmorning
morning for Indiana en route for forChicago forChicago
Chicago
meetings at Toledo ToledoMr XolOOoMr ToledoMr
Mr and Mrs Bryan arrived arrIv at t Toledothis Toledo Toledothis Toledothis
this morning from Dunkirk N Y They Theywermet Theywemet TheywerJnet
wermet at the station by b Mayor and andMrs MIdMr andMrs
Mrs Jones Mrs Bryan was accorded accordeda
a brief reception at the mayors reel residence rellid reeldeere ¬
deere d > nce Mr Bryan spoke for an hour in inAfmor inAIllJor InArmor
Armor park leaving immediately after afterwards afterwan afterward ¬
wards on his days tour of the th state stateMr RtateMr stateMr
Mr Bryan was introduced Int u < ed by Mayor MayorJones MayorJones MayorJones
Jones and he said that he was proud proudto
to be presented present by a man to whom duty dutywas dutywu dutywas
was a higher consideration than was wasany wasany wasany
any party Taking up the question of ofnonpartisanship ofnonparti ofnonpartisanship
nonpartisanship nonparti an blp Mr Bryan saM that thatnot thatnot thatnot
not only were we former Republicans com coming coming corning ¬
ing over but the gold Democrats were werecoming werecQmln werecoming
coming back This he said was the thenatural thenatural thenatural
natural result of political conditions conditionsand oondltlonand conditionsand
and of the Republican partys persis persistent persistent persiatent ¬
tent disregard of the rights of the peo people people peepie ¬
ple at large targeMr eMr largeMr
Mr Bryan gave considerable con l4erable time to totje tothe totte
the Republican plea of prosperity prosperitypaying prosperityaylng prosperityttayirig
paying payingThe aylngThe ttayirigThe
The Republican party has failed In Inthis Inths InthIs
this campaign and 1 am going to show Rhowyou showyou showyou
you one proposition after another put putforth putforth putforth
forth by the Republicans R has failed to tomeet tomeet
meet with a response re pofUM > from the people peopleWhen peopleWhen
When this campaign opened up the one onecry onecry
cry was that the country was prosper prosperous prosperois ¬
ous that the Republican party had hadRepublican hadmade
made it EO and that to keep it 80 th the theRepubKean
Republican party must be kept in pow power power power ¬
er That was the one plea and to rep represent repn represent ¬
resent n nt thai they had a full dinner pail pailpainted panpainted pallpainted
painted on their banners The full fulldinner fulldl fulldlpner
dinner dl ner pail If they wanted to paint paintthat paintthat paintthat
that full dinner pail now as it looks looksthey lookstbey lookslacy
they would paint on their banners the theworst thewot theworst
worst battered the tb most mo t beaten and andthesnotfullofholes andtbe andthe
thesnotfullofholes the dinner pall that thatwas thatwae thatwaa
was ever seen Let me tell you why whythe whythe whythe
the dinner pail argument failed First Firstbecause FirstieIIuse Firstbecause
because not every laboring man has a afull afull afull
full dinner pail They went on the thetheory thetheory thetheory
theory that every laboring man had hadfuJl a afull afull
full dinner pall but the anthracite coal coalStrikers coaltrtkers coaltrikers
Strikers trtkers opened the eyes eye of a great greatnany greatlany greattany
lany nany people to the fracture of that thatJtepublican thatftepublican thatJtepubliean
Jtepublican argument for down there theren theretn thereIn
tn n the anthracite coal regions it was wasntonwn waaown wastwn
ntonwn own that the men did not get half as asContinued IUILCoQUnoed
1
Continued COflttflUedonLAg on l p 2 0
MKINLEY EASY EASYON EASYON
ON PRINCE TUAN TUANI
I
po Does > t Care to Have Box Boxer Bo Boer BogCl ¬
er Chief CIli C1i1EXCCI1tCII C1i1EXCCI1tCIIOSTJC1IM1D f Executed ExecutedIJEASURES Execnt l ll
l f fSTICH
OSTJC1IM1D OSTJC1IM1DIIEAS1JILES STICH MILD MILD1tEAS
IJEASURES 1tEAS RES FOR KAISER KAISERConger K lSER lSERConger
5 5Conger
Conger Also s Thinks ThlnkSArCh Arch rcll Vil Villain VilJilin VilJiJI
lain Should Be Balieaded BalieadedNew
New York OcV oc oziAuthorltative StAutlt Authoritative ritat1Yenlal dee deenial e enial I
nial is i made in WfeiftagtMi bIn n say 878I 878Herald a aHerald aHerald
Herald pedal that the ucJDlnI8ten ucJDlnI8tenPeking tIndfl15ti5Peking ministers to toPeking
Peking have already decided decIdedC S demaa demaa2W000OW de4 duma1d21n000000
2W000OW indemnity It la leMitP4 stated statedthis tIIai tIIaithis M Mthis
this matter has not notertd yet been beescrud cootou cootouered
crud eredThe crudThe
The ministers mi1l tere and Chiassrn CldeeRvoya CldeeRvoyatrying < mvoya a 5l 5ltrying e etrying
trying to settle the pmUKfeHtenr nr nrBoxer e uBoxer tjM tjMBoxer
Boxer leaders and it is lesKite lerllSthet tha tIJM tIJMCoIItpr i iConger M Mtonger
Conger is especially e lUalraiw to 0Prince I IPrince li liPrince
Prince Tuan executed It w w wIat wlast t fcsv fcsvlast
last night by a high bl < b oOcJaf hat Jfcatpresident hatpresident th thpresident
president will he satisfied ed should PMaC PMaCTuan P PTuan PlIaceThan
Tuan be degraded Germany want wantehim wantbl wanthim
him bl beheaded beheadedNo
No steps step have yet been taken to tottmatei to es estimate e etimate ¬
timate the indemnity I mnity OWna Ch shuaH Ilh Ufdt pay paythe pS1th
t th the United States The war departraeat departraeatIs
Is preparing Pre to coBec information IntermatlonI as asrepreseatatlves asto
I the cost of the xpeditl a to hIn hInreresestatives lna lnare
represeatatlves re of the rettgtowsnations religious d IMmaUODS deOInatlous
nations whose missionaries arle8 were killed killedand kUIe4anti killedand
and injured and missions were destiwy destiwyed de tI9Y tI9Yeel
ed are conferring eoRferrin co ferrtnj wttti wtthRockJItn Mesons Cower Cowerand COIWSrand
and Rockhttl and private privatewbolle ettisa ettisawhose cMlSSflS cMlSSflSwhose
whose property was w wa destroyed has hassubmitted 1Ia1P 1Ia1Ptted 1111W 1111Wsebsnitted
submitted tted claims to the state dejwrtr dejwrtrwent 4Ie 4IeMent pait paitent
went ent but they have all been aotinea aotineathat nott notttJlat notlSdthat
that such achactlon action is premature prematureREPLY prematureRJI1LY prematureHPLY
REPLY TO GSBdtANY G NY GIvEN OUT OUTOrnament OUT00DlJDelltan OUTOeinmentoa
Ornament 00DlJDelltan en Third Clause of Agree Agreement AgreemaRt Agreemeat ¬
maRt Dod DodgedWashington Dodged DodgedWashington Qd QdWubllI
Washington ton < Oct oct ItThe The state dej dejpartr de deIMUtrtent dO dOpartrient
partr IMUtrtent tent today made public the Brit BritishGerman BrttlehGennaa BritlekGerman ¬
ishGerman agreement respecting Ute tkemaintenance Utemalnteaae themaintenawe
maintenance of open pen door and terri territorial territorial ternIortal ¬
torial integrity of China with the thewer a aswer an answer
swer of the United States government governmentsent t tIleDt
sent in duplicate to each of thepower thepowerto
to the agreement a as follow followMr foll follMr followsMr
Mr Hay to lord Panncefote PanncefoteDepartment PauDcefoteDepartment PauneefoteDepartt
Department of State Washingta Whi WhiOd WsishingbsNOct
0 Od < t 29 2 iNS 1 Excellency ExcellencyI Exce eftCY eftCYI
I have the honor to acknowledge UMF UMFreceipt IWJeI tk tkreceipt
receipt JeI pt of your note of the 3f SM of oCher 0e 0eher Oeher
her enclosing tns the text of ofbetwf aa anbotveen agrees agreesbetween
between > n Great BrttahijUKi Brttaia1 Germany Otnuanylatins 7 7the
latins J ting to toKi
Ki 1 nrtf Ttth nrtfthe
the th theman Marq Marqman Marquis Marquisman
man ambast Am ambassP Tlor p on behalf of ttodf ttodfspective t theitspective ltll8petUve
spective governments governmea l aaxl t Inviting Invitingacceptance I itreltii itreltiiacceptance vl vlacceptalKe
acceptance by y the Ifnited tJnlt States of ofprineiplesftCQ1dtd ofprtnciplenreeorded Cft Cftprinciples
prineiplesftCQ1dtd principles recorded in Oat agreement agreementThese 8 agreemeNtFhese eemelft eemelftThese
These principles are areI areI re reI
I It is a matter of joint and permanent perma MIIIDMnt pmvnaneat ¬
neat international interest l that the theports tileportB theports
ports o oetlae aS the river and Ittteral of CMna CMnashould Chebould Chinishould >
should remain free and open to trade tradeand tradeand tradeand
and to every other legitimate form of ofeconomic ueconomic ofeconomic
economic activity for the people of ofcountries all affcountries allcountries
countries without distinction and ne the thetwo tbetwo thetwo
two governments agree on their part to touphold touphold touphold
uphold the same for ail 41 Chinese terrW terrWtory t ttory tern terntory
tory as far as they can exercise mOm Influence Inftuen mOmence ¬
en ence < e
enceII II eII Her Britannic majestys IfNJe govern government government ftnt ftntDHnt ¬
ment and the imperial German govern government governmont vero verom
mont m nt will not en their part make e use of ofthe eCthe ofthe
the present p t complication to obtain for forthemselves tOIlthemselves foethemselves
themselves any territorial advantage advantagein advn advnIn
in Chinese e dominions and will direct directtheir becttheir directtheir
their policy poli y toward maintaining undi undiminished ulllllfmlDI5bed usd1miniahed
minished the territorial condition of the theChnese UteChnese theChnese
Chnese qppirc qppircUnited nplrc nplrcVatted plre plreUJ
United UJ ted States Agrees AgreesThe A AgreesThe ees eesUTh
UTh The United States have heretofore heretoforemade heretoforemade heretoforemade
made known their adoption of both boththese Dottathese boththese
these principles During Dati the last year yearthis yearthis ya yathis
this government invited In 1ted the powers ta taterested Iaterested isterested
terested in China < na to Join ta an capes exjwsion expree expreeRion capession
sion of views and purposes in the direc direction direction direrlion ¬
tion of impartial trade with that thattry coun country cost costtry ¬
try and received lvM satisfactory Mtbltactoryes assur anstirI assurances ¬
I ances < es to that effect etrectfrom from all a of theov theovWhen t tVhen the
When the recent troubles troublellwere were at their theirheight theirhel theirheight
height hel bl this government on the 3rd of ofJuly oftJuly ofJuly
July one onee mqre made an announce announcement aunOd aunOdment aunouflment ¬
ment hf Its policy regarding impartial impartialtrade hnpart1a1trade hupartialtrade
trade and the Integrity of the Chinese Chineseempire Chlneileempire Chineniempire
empire and had the gratification of oflearning oflearnin oflearning
learning learnin that ail Ir the powers held simi similar ilimllar almilar ¬
lar viewe view And since that time the themost them03t themoat
most gratifying harmony has existed existedamong existedamong I Iamong
among all at the nations Datto concerned as to tothe totbe tothe
the ends to be pursued and there has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been little divergence of opinion as to tothe tothe tothe
the details of the course to be followed followedIt
It is therefore with much satisfac satisfaction atl5faction satisfaction ¬
tion that the president directs me to toinform toInform toInform
inform you of the full sympathy of this thisgovernment thisgovernment thisgovernment
government with those of ofher her Britannic Britannicmajesty BritIUIImajesty Britannicniaesty
majesty and the Genoaa GenDaIIemperor emperor in the theprinciples theprinllpw theprinciples
principles set forth forthin in the clauses of the theagreement theagreement theagreement
agreement above cited
Dodges Third Clause ClauseThe C1au OlauseThe e eTh
The Th third clause of the agreement agreementprovides agreementprovides agreementpror
provides providesIII pror ides idesIII
III In case of another power taking takingadvantage takiqa takingadvantage
advantage a < of the t complications te teChina faChina Iahlna
China hlna in order to obtain under any anyform an7form anyform
form whatever any territorial advent advantages advautages adventages ¬
ages the two contracting parties re reserve If Ifserve noserve ¬
serve to themselves the privilege tocome tocome to tocome
come to a preliminary prelilft understanding understandingas
as to the eventual steps to be taken for fairthe forthe forthe
the protection of their own interests Jntereat8China hi hiChina InCbns
China ChinaAs ChinaAs CbnsAs
As this thl clause refers to a reciprocal reciprocalarrangement rectproealarrangemeut reciprocalarrangement
arrangement between the two high con contracting COItracting costtracting ¬
tracting powers the government gov mnent of ofUnited tike tikeUnited th thUnited
United States does hot regard itself aa aacalled aI aIcalled a acalled
called upon to express an opinion in re respect JeI JeIspect repapect
spect to it It I have etc etcJOHN
JOHN HAY HAYA
A similar note mutatis mutandis was wasaddressed waaaddre waaddreised
addressed addre on the same day by the tbenotary serp serpretary me meretary
retary of state tat to the imperial German Germancharge Gern Gerncharge Gerntecharge
charge daffaires daffairesFrance daffalresFrance I IFrance
France In Similar Vein VeinParis VoinPanfil VeinParis
Paris Nov No l IThe The PoHtlqiie Coton Cotoniale CnIoII4lalp Coooiale
iale makes the following followtn announce announcement anueuncement UflC8o UflC8oment ¬
ment The French ambassador to toGreat toOnat toGreat
Great Britain Paul Carbon bon has re received re reelved vsreived ¬
ceived instructionsto to1fPIy reply to the theAngloGerman theAngloGermAn theAngloGerman
AngloGerman agreement ACrftt > ment that France Franceadheres Franceadh Franceadheres
adheres adh rplI to the principle prtnel le of the integrity integrityof
of the Chinese empire and the open opendoor opeudoor opendoor
door and that wit with regard to article articleshE 3 3she 2she
she reserves the right to act in such suchmanner SUchll SUchllmanntr suchmanner
manner as to safeguard at her interest interestJapan intel Interesta InterestaJapeWal1It t t1ap
Japan JapeWal1It wat wali sais It Whole WholeBerlin WholeBerltn WhomBerlin
Berlin Ort SI stThe The formal reply of ofJapan ofJapan ofJapan
Japan unreservedly acceding a ing to the theterms theterms thetermS
terms of f the AngloGerman agreement agreementhas a
has been received recei ed at the German for foreign foreign forelgn ¬
eign officeFamous office oroceFamous oiliestFamous
Famous Regiments For China ChinaDurban ChinnDurban ChinaDurban
Durban Naiel Oct 3L 31The The Gordon GordonHighlanders GordonHightandera rdo rdoHighander
Highlanders and the Devonshire regi regiment reglmf regiment ¬
ment mf > nt have been ordered to ii be ready to toatui t tw tosag
sag for lUuna h iip in io ma a 1 tew days d YL
THE LAST HOPE HOPEOF HOPEOF
OF CHAIRMAN EICHNOR EICHNORIt EICHNORDesi5rate
I IDcs
It yj
Dcs Desi5rate Desprate rate Effort Being Being Made to Change Result By ByHiring BYHiring B BHiring
Hiring Democratic Workers WorkersTrif WorkersIdi WorkersTrip4f
Trif Idi Arthur Pratt and O J Salisbury to Cache County CountTnrl
M and ant nrl Its ItsPurP6se ItsPurP6set3 Purpose Purposei32
5
t3 t
i32 blB I < F that they pa cannot < notwin win by b fair means the RepubHcana ltepubl1cnssrin are at atfeavnJiljJF
feavnJiljJF 1 1 to purchase th the < services S of as many Democratic workers workel8ey as pnailbla
5 hey ey w were succeasfiti ac ssftel ss UI yesterday in at least two instances instancesIiB Instanceso InstancesJones
o IiB Jones an and J W t Sanders Sa who bad heeD w WOdng fking for the cotntr tp Den Den3CT D Dmmittee
3CT hT namlttee in the Fiftysecond Flfty Flftyee ondvottng d voting dblt district ct ofthe of tile Fifth precinct are a ae i iwho
ffc e i wn who ° listened to the weedy rw money moae argument In MrfiMiup p hr for their theirg the theto
g to the Republicans ChairmanEichnor CJaalrman Eic or some one aotiajr fit fitIPleto r rd r rtI
IPleto tI to P pay y these men day claywaeB wages from now until the electionCM election electlaDd eIectItsand a
aDd Sanders do not 4eyiat l at they have agreed to atop WIaIIdIIc WIaIIdIIclCrat fur furth1ierats
th1ierats CM lCrat rats and go to work for the Republicans Ucaas They freely beeJTe ateit that thatJ thatmade
J e made dethe the switch and they gay y they are to lie paid for it Their ft Theirj7hat
j7hat Nfirfhat jt fhat they were Were approached on the subject hy Chatrsaut sfrsa JOehaar or o oJi ofcostnty
J ibJiau Ji county committee commltteend and nd Secretary e retary TTMrailpi TTMrailpijjjs JIDTtIR i2li i2li1r1It
1r1It R ADMITS D nTS TllE1OIG T1LI PLTCffAS PLTCffASt USi
i
jjjs t two say 3ontrt 3 MKs and Sanders 81 en promised than t day waxes ag tt ttwojilauve ttIIate tl tlWed
Wed wojilauve IIate e the DeIDo Democrats rats ts and work bard front ow on st for law masons masonsttljeist uiiumthe4lepat
lieMi > suite StM and cotmgr coulul tickets Mr fehaor r admitted mn t tand yestettfay yestettfaySsatjeaes yesterdetatJor
Ssatjeaes and ganders had been acquired acquiredHfht nIu iced iredl
Hfht l k true tna tliaf th we have hire hi hlredIhe the he two me meRegphBcKn DelIo mea lie MsId aid to to wait tor tora fogg foggticket
a RegphBcKn n ticket ticketr ticketrmuch ticketsw v vflow
flow sw much did you agree to pay them Mr Bfehnor r was waae asked askedWe asicedwe
We e agreed to paythem nay them as modi ucla as the other workers are gettine settIIIctIte getd getdtbe i itheanHr
theanHr theanHrAnd tIte
tItehow
And how much Is that tht1 was the next neea1 neea1etfnetf but t Mr Mrc1fae4to atw 4n 4ntIneto
c1fae4to etfnetf tIneto to be interviewed f fitb farther r except es to deny iftost eed positively ely that t he hel WI WIJteu b bpenioti
l Jteu penioti > f iliniiiiltl f approached Jones and Sanders Sandersmytjgm rLII SabdersTT
mytjgm TT II S SchoweM is a another Democratic wkerwho wkerwhothe 1 ertIIeehaslnA k whe was apgesigl apgesiglthe
the tIIeehaslnA vWehastax waa1ng committee Mr SchoneM I 1 v t very veV to trae to his hisand 1 1Jds l lsad
and t Wide Ms party He refused to tOj r e swayed hjr Alters nf of1Rdent etmesey laom jr o oIndtmsmnt se
Indtmsmnt 1Rdent that co IQ1IId W be held oat by byttae te RnisbIIcana INipnliili sin The local localorgan 1oeaIorpn Wa Waorgsil
organ yesterday announced that Schofleld cbo wenhl bIsjsg begin jsveJUag IdIIIrthe mt enui ssn ssnthe fai faithe
the Republicans RepublicansCOTJDNT BepeblkansCO S S
COTJDNT CO DNTBUY BUY SCHOFIULD SCHOFIULDThe
The statement Si a Iatemea does Mr r SchoBeid ave a grave injustice Writing Wrltbllrolfockt 4o T Taht Th m mHtveiPUtfina
ckt HtveiPUtfina nsa rngsring < in the thetter matter m tter Mr Schofteld 8cb fteld says saysfci says1i
> f4 1i fci this Uii mornings issue of the Tribune Tn butte Oct oct 0c XL is a statement JJtatemeliti 4o o the theegHe the0tha
egHe 0tha i te I m conjunction unction with AltIItwo two others ot have severed my mywith JlQo JlQowJd caeitai caeitaiwith
with wJd tfc Democratic party I desire to sayt saytany aytbat say that I have ROt n ever evertII ever 4 4UcI5
any tII Slirh iIII ILlteDtJon i but on the contrary I am working for the success suc of etde etder the there t tt3reDernocttic
r t3reDernocttic re Xtemocttic ticket I have neither made de nor authorised any s such ch etate etateit itate itatet atn atnesti
esti it t j specified lft IiiD in the Tribune to tau any person peri or persons whatever sad I Ia1WaysWe am ami
i dhri 1 alwaysvfhve always ve been bet n since nee I was wa 2l years of age a Democrat Democrat6tjjr Demoeratkno Democratknown
> 6tjjr kno known tbatJn hat jn addition to the eases mentioned DlenUonede above other ot eCbrtsi eCbrtsiwin d dmad
5 win made mad In in Salt ah Lake LakeC Cftjr and nd cottDfy fylto to o tamper with withnd wlethndeetIust Dexnoeratle Dexnoeratlernmea
nd ndeetIust amts f ttbt JaMt wholemle CI erroS S
roS roSe th thcorns
corns fiwaVjCache fiwaVjCachetrip dsiIt thatt1itr lrIttr lrIttript
ipt e trip uP there for 1 miaiafiary IIIiArypurpMeIJ purposes Aa in the Salt Lake cuaif cotyni cuaifJo
81 Jo ni reliable reports say flaey Y directed ret < ted most of their thelreneqyto enecgy to IDdDe IDdDengDiMftrata iadne iadnetag Indeolug
tag ngDiMftrata DiaiwraU flJrtrat5 to work for tbenf oh registration t1on days and on the day of ofe ofeIeeL ofei
e eIeeL ei ec w wsir S
S SMr
sir Mr Salisbury isbary isbury It is reported Iported1rent went valomr 1ong ion the purpose of carrying canJll carryingmaser c9 c9JftO < tya tyamomy >
maser JftO J tg K while Pratfs Pratt businem bullill wa war a to look ftp p Democrats who he bewen tb tbwere f > < njplMt njplMtwere
were e opeli to uarPmeI1t argument TIle patjuJtidnt ili4Vt haire e dis a < Jbdft of luiat I IIo Im to LaY130 tSad tSadvalhj
valhj ifo far as a known n they were w unafele leto to make many aay JV JVCO converOL ceaver ceaverCOEONLL i iGOL0NEL
GOL0NEL CO R L MAZUMA ELSJ ELSlV1lERIl 11S1W1JERThe WKERfi r JJ JJrJ E Ethods
rJ rJThe
The fthode being used in this state are the same that t Hanaa Rana i iaJl H Hall j jan
all over er the country count The corraption fund herjs here is of the same baft baftpnrttsnatti bs bspontisnIy
pnrttsnatti OI IY as elsewhere elsewh and it is being 1Dg placed wherever the tIIIethhlk thethi rnaaa rnaaathinfc i
thinfc thi trwill It i II do the most rood In l IUdiaThaj lu tliaDa < iiana according to reliable reliablereort reliablereortntu raawts raawtsmuch nu
much ntu aa a2jti = tH 10 is being paid in some instances for individual votes and work workIt worLIt workIt
It leIjoasSile is > sble that the knowledge of their t lr great supply of boodle boodlefIoT and the theway e ewaT
way m ihieh wjhkh lb it Is Ijflns used is responsible poDSib1e for the confidence many 1DUI711caII Keawtt Keawttlicana Republkrn0s
licana 11caII arf x manlfestlaK mal t that they will 111 carry Utah for McKinley and Wefla WeflaTky WeIlLTtItar WellaTb
Tky Tb thhk they have enough men pUrchased to make the result sure re andfor and aD4for andfotthpasou
for fotthpasou thafefjeason tJaIt ason they are are declaring d larinlrtb that t Utah is sure for Banna and 1g 1gTheiarnelem the tilet1ckeL Mate Mateticket
t1ckeL t1ckeLIeameteJ ticket ticketfte IeameteJ fte SjjiameteH oamness of it 1tJLU M Is the most surprising feature It is ran ranthat rareay nerotMta
that Mfrty t manager aprr can be fopnd f whowill who ho wILl admit that he countenances COUDIteDaDcUor the thettatti thea
ay from in IbIs manner no matter matterwbat hy hywhat S Sthat
a eiai ttatti of workers work from the t other r party
what wbat 9 aV c it may ma be railed Mr JI Ekh Ehrhnor admissfcft a4I J f 1 1laeae laeae 1 In one breath that he 1IaeIs heis heis
is 8stafln gela o pay the men en n Jones Jonaad and ftWadei ftWadeihe ffallderll aaders sad Wdenlsl In die ae that tbthe thatbe
t clear kIgSIrts for he ta tile nt ntnad respondit1
he peraaaV enlly < iiy approaated them Will HI not c cspoMStavlh
spoMStavlh spondit1 nad ad of the RepuWicaa Rep committee COIftmittetHde7 Ond ad om osssey < mey can he paid JIId4r oat oatt oatecept4
ecept4 t herbs tbit t he signs signsEinjcrats sipsnoerats signsT4
r T4 Einjcrats n rats am t not seriously alarmed ala over the fsands and attempts attemptst attemt attemtat
aafi bebW perpetrated They The say J the better element in the theaKahHalli tJIe1IR theparty
at t fr jfhat > ut t M are beblcperpetraed being
R t4W party w manifesttts manifest its disapproval of such Dl methods tb by voting votbICparty votingagM
agM aKahHalli party that adopts them They believe they will gain gau rather ratherIo thaft thaftlose 4 4lose
lose vote when the people generally understand how the HannaMea HaJUUlltellt are aretrying ar artrying
trying t ifv t III n this election And they accept acct > pt this last desperate effort effortadm aa aa aaadmission s sadutiasi
adm adutiasi admission t uit c the Republicans have no hope of winning except by byof y the theGEORgE me me1E
of ofGEORGE GEORGE 1E GOULD IS APPOINTED TRUSTEE =
51 i OF COUNTESS COUNTESSCRSTELLNES CASTELLAKES CASTELLANESESTATE ESTATE
e
Pis it 3i 3tThe The civil In tribunal I has hasorge basa
a S INJrge i orge ige J Gould ttU tIUIteP t e for forof fnrUte forthe
Ute roO f of if Castellane his hi sister stuteri sisterAccos15
Accos15 A < 1Iti < I the pleadl pleadings in thtnuce thtnuceti the ease easeI
I Count I taint Reel dt CR8tl Citetcilafle Citetcilaflew llane llanefranca
ti w i 0 franca In four years yearsincome teanincome eara earaw
his wifes wifesnly wifesI
w a income incomeonly from
I only nly ly SWOe 3OO 100 francs francsn i in
n was the result ult of a suit suitMr 8ultIh suithi
Ih Mr GovM against his hiss hiscourt
s as court granted his request requestand t tJI4If
and fo t d I him trustee The pro prore proc proconducted
c 1 II = < ere > re conducted In secret ecretaee ecretaeeJ see sesBtaa seesian
Btaa J l itr the bare decision D being beiD8I beingHans
planes are now irtdyis in inu inthe n ny
u together togethernnet togeUlernnet togetherS togethernnet5
y nnet when applying applyi for t tir r the theinformed theinformfd theinformed
I S informed the president of ofthat oft1I ofthe
the that the countess herself herselfthat h herselfrest lf lfIhattbe
had hadtish hadh hadsary hadbeen
rest that Ihattbe t hat the expenditure
been tish sb h and that it was waSsav5y neces necessary ¬
sary torisViitone t jIIuae I ate of f experience and au aut authority u ui
t thority i > i 1anag iiaflO < > her affairs The TnetSliJlv TheGou TheCiu
Gou tSliJlv lilv nl had h met in consultation consultationjriousty cifliUH5tltflsag unRul1ation8IIil
sag jriousty I r uely decided to aug auJlorIZ auJlorIZMr aiaJtorizeMr riz rizMr
Mr GNPJM If ht make the present prf nt appli application al atiplicads IIi IIicatfoD ¬
cads cationThe catfoDI cadsThe
The detoi Maitre altre Bonnet says wf Ifr wrthe Ifrthe re rethefottottlnp
I thefottottlnp the foliGl1p z
Three million seven hundred and two twothousand twothousand twothousand
thousand francs in connection with the therharKy tIaeCharity theCharIty
Charity bazaar building and the hotel hotelin
in the Rue Malakoff etc etc etcfrancs etctr O Ofrancs
francs tr n < s on martgages payable fi fito fins froato 1Is 1Isto
to Ut lilt 4 f2NI66 43l5 MK francs on bills biflsloaned mosey y yloaDed
loaned 916QOsv 9leo francs owing to todealers Cllli curiodealers
dealers dealersMaitre dealensMatt dealersMaitre
Maitre Matt BonMtjwent went ent on to say that thatthe tbattbe thatthe
the creditors flM aiaed on the Seine SeineKt 8einfEt SeineOur
Kt Our propLi pro tjijjlnd that the family familyhad flanUybad mliy mliyhad
had to intervene Hrttrevent eat the t sale saleWHh aleWith 1e 1eWith
With reprdto regard4oteflta4eorge regard4oteflta4eorgeGould regard to U Gte l 11 JiimJC 4ieorge 4ieorgeGould n arge argeGould
Gould to be tipointed ti IE et etpointed etpointed
pointed out that Uhtertane tomme larger largerthan JargErthantbat largerthan
than thantbat that oflIIie of the ouid ssMiMJUigfcthori ssMiMJUigfcthority < thOti thOtity fithoni fithonity
ty baaed on o ij affectionwould dectloaouldtllt he great greatand greatandtbat greatand
and andtbat that 1I00Be no one was better ter qomflfied as asit asit S SIt
it was George Gould who was appointed appointedexecutor sinted sintedexecutor
executor of his Bttbers Ws will willAnother wI1IAnother willAnother
Another consideration was that the theclearing thechsdntr theclearing
clearing away awayofthe of the debts debtswould would take takea takenumber takenumber
a number of years and that therefore thereforeit
it would be wise to economize lIODIise and aDdgo andgo Mft Mftgo
go to the expense of a paid trustee trusteeThe teeThp trusteeThe
The tribunal taking this his view viewdared viewlared 1
dared the plaintiff < pn9 possessed possessedthan d er erthan r rthan
than any of the others necessary 17 peal position pealtion ¬ I
tion and authority to assist the de defendress de dofendresa
fendress I
CLAIMANT TO 3HAK IN PULLMAN PULLMANESTATE PULLMANh PUL1MNESTIIFJ h
EST ESTATE ESTIIFJ A IE L ARRESTED AS S INSANE
New N iTerk + k Oct 31 3ITh 31The The young man manwhp manwho I IW
who W Q fnrr fhe several years annoyed the thePullmans thePuilmga I Ipunnuqt
punnuqt Pullmans in Chicago by b demanding demandingmoney demandingmOneJ demandingmoney
money iffttoim tbm im and calling himself Gus OXiatave OustaYe Gustave
tave PullJruin Pll n was arrested here today todayThis todayThis todayThis
This afterr naTn be n Called at the hotel hotelwhere hottlwheta hotelwhe
where whe jjetng ng George li and Sangcr Pull Pull5
man are living and sent bis card up to toI tothe t
I the former formerPullman formerPuthuan
Pullman had hadbJm him ejected and he re returned Jeturned ¬ S Sturned
turned and demanded 3MMO 3MMOHe 100000He 800 800He
He was again put out out and on his histhird histhird
third visit was arrested After hen henarraigned Wlttt Wltttarraigned beingarraigned
arraigned in poce po ce court he was taken takento
to the insane pavilion at Believes Bellc hfc hfcr
r pit4t > ii4l it < toy Ol Io observation ol obuervationS >
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