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Mayor Mra y rCJit oiffhe tAe F Fotfrtb o rtb Bfa Baltet BaltetJames BalFotJames I h > 1 1If
If IfJames
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James Men Are Bitter and Claim Money Was Used Us d to DefeatTheir
Their Candidate CandidateTh
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+ Th The KapubiieftB City Itr Oftaket OftaketMATOH TMketMATOn +
+ MATOH A Yon I PRANK KOX OX +
+ CITY TREASURER THEASURERJOI JOtilEFH tpg F MacKNIOHl acKN n +
4 + CITY liKCORDEH A L SlM S11O gM +
CITY ATTORNEY J i GEORGE L HUB Z +
+ CITY AUDITOR J J MYKRg J KYZ +
+ What the Victors sBdZtWrs and Irs Say +
+ W F iimes me defeated dde hd candidate for or nomination ft for mayor m81orI1 mH04 I o dont t tnow +
+ know now < that < h ht hre re te m mtte mach c h to nay except e that we didnt have enough elOUlrhIII vwtcs vwtcst +
4 t III II lect I vas Ii dcate d td < i by corruption That That1I Is generally u understood I +
+ 4 dont Ikn t know kilo i ereonftily ler > l of specific ttl8ta tflitCSu cs where money was paid out outi outright outright +
+ right i for rotes but it is I common talk that such a thing was done 40 +
+ Will you ou support the t he ticket fee was asked askedA +
4 A Alongpause AlongpauseMZppoe long pause pauseI +
I suppose so o hesitatingly hesitatinglyD +
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+ D 1 H 1 Wenger manager for JamMWe Jam We we were defeated defeatedtluat thats aUI all il I +
+ know k now how it was done don and u nd so does cIMIIIU hout t everybody else eI 1h bo howatched howatchedthe wtehed wtehedthe 4 +
+ the light il dont dn < < > nt t believe there is anjr a uo in going coin into details det about this tlata thisuever +
+ however howeverArthur hoeerArtbur uever ueverArthur +
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+ Arthur Pratt leader for James JameeWe Wi were beaten hat E t know how +
+ to be good losers loerGeorge +
+ ff ffGeorge
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4 + George T Odell defeated candidate for mayoralty nfatttatimft nIatLstFnt nIatLstFntgoing tr1ri tr1rilitO Tnt TntKofttg +
+ litO going to tHp tlt theatre t tonight Im on pleasure 1aire I dont cait cai ta talk bud business buBlnetIe ¬ +
4 ness or politics politicsTo politiesuTo +
4 uTo To what do you ou attribute the result resultT Iult Iulthope +
+ T hope theres t here going to be a good show tonight +
I + You hove hit f been quoted > d as a nayiny 881 eyIa you were offered iMMf to O with withilraw ¬ +
+ draw from the th race ra Did you make any such statement tatement tatemefltdeiIrw +
I decline d lttJp to talk politics or business businessKlmer bulllaessE1 buafteseEmr +
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Klmer E1 tr B R Jones manager mon ger for Odell OdellI I am Batisfled with the result resultand l1e8VltRod +
F + and I am proud to point to the fact I t thftt the votes vot of the Odell men n gave ve +
+ 4 the nomination to Knox He could m nu have ha succeeded ucc ed without oar aid aidFrank aidFrank aidPrank +
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+ Frank Knox nominee for mayor rnayorIam mayorI J am naturally pleased with b re result e eult yeI +
I + sult ult I felt confident of success etjec but It was wa a hard flgbt I want to thank UUIkIhe thankthe thankthe +
+ the men who ftood by b me in this especially Joseph LlppmanPre4 LJppman Fred C +
4 loofbouroW 1 1 00 tbourow Jack Lynch and Cj fl Holmes HolmesFred 1iomeFred OI11fII OI11fIIFrPd +
+ Fred t c Ioofbourow manager r Tot Knox KnoxWe We won on That speaks apeaJtsor +
+ for or Itself tlleltf + 4
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TI RJVNK KNOX was va U nominated nomina ted The TheOdel TheOd1 Ther
FRANK r Odel 1r1 men iellvered the goods goodsnl goodsnlnng goodsniting
nl nlnng < mg the ine inft indicated in The TheH TheJJ TheJ
H J i Tdd ild of yesterday telling of the neal rtealJames italTJ nealTI >
TJ James supporters are ar bitter Mr MrJames MrJallifs r rJu
James Ju tnf himself declares deda he wa defeated defeatedby
by h corruption Money I one was sp spPrtt nt fret fretijhry treh freei3
h The Knox cruwd reont moat ot iL iLr Itii
ii ijhry r vy won wonThe wonThE
The nomination at the t Republican R Republkaflty publllan publllanty
ity ty convention held 7 ydsterday ay in the theCKrand th thrand thI
CKrand I rand cpera house was U naaj ma Jo amid
t n 01 of grewt rPflt exrltement It wa a aMil aI
I le tiel I f JHtJ jLtlrP The atmoeplaienl tInospr tInosprU
Mil 11 along don < was wa all surcharged with enao enaotnon CTWttvataetlnna mo monnl
tnon nnl Rival ttvataetlnna facHona shoatrd for their theirflav theira theirvrtCL
flav a vrtCL rite Workers Worc > rll darted back and andf andlrlh tindrtt
f irth < rtt on fl the flor ft r arguing arcul cajoling cajolinganr cajolinan
anr almost belaboring belaboringstarted bPlahorlnsT
I T X started in the lead The Ini Initla Initl
t tl tla t hallot showil Iholl 01 the situation had hadhflI
be hflI b n Mttlo l1ttl changed since the canvass canvassof
of Tu Ftt Herald uhlished u > ll hcd Wednesday WednesdayJn Wf > dnesday dnesdayIn
c Jn hat at canvass canva td tielI < lell 1l was given en sev seven BE BEnl seveni ¬
en eni nl > live votes He had seventysix seventysixKrix Bennty seventysixir lx lxKnX
Krix ir x howed gains from the canvats canvatanf
01 nf th t h1 ht t da In The Herald canvass canvassh canvasshe
h hI < > Hf3 I aa f en 21 13 votes Deiegstes Deiegsteswon D iegtes iegteswoni
J won wo from Jamer Ja F in the First precnct precnctan
an fliT elsewhere le he brought his ttal on onth onth onthf
th thf first ballo up to 230 2 O 16 I votes votesJam votellJan votesJcn
Jam s lost propel propqtionatfh prop tionately from hla hlaorlninal hl hlfJrL birL
orlninal fJrL rL j na I 223 > 23 3 m 1 n1 l on on the first count rountf
ft nnsrg nli U scs S had 2 ZI6 6 6Chera Tfi 6 6cheers
Cheers For Knox KnoxA Knoxrtr
A roar ro r of cheers che s from the Kn K n IX > x men mengnt meathe mengr
gnt gr t d 1 the annoimement of the result resultcf
cf f i th ho t first ballot ballotKnox ballotnox ballotttx
Knox nox Knox they shouted shoutedj
S j A MI their prinipal rivals rivals sent back backI backthf backth
I the th challenge challengelames hallenJteIilrnpt htI1engeiIflCS
lames Jame > they yelled elled from fromBtai fromBta fromstar
star boxes and pit pitAnother vitA
Another A 1 her ballot was ordered as there th there2a re rel1a
had l1a been no choice holr One after another anotherth
th t rt districts ri IstriC cast 5j their I votes The as assist asfj assat ¬
sat fj tlIt nit ti secretarl f who acted as 8 tEl tellCounted tElqunted
1 era Counted unttd amhl 8mJ 1 the rival shouts shou an anaft anft ami amiaft <
aft ft ft r t a time Urn Candidate Can lda te Parley P rhrltn rhrl ThrIsn hrI8 hrI8ttn
tn n r AW was able to t4 quiet the tla disturb disturbnf
Ii t nf I TTng Tng enough to announce the re reMfi Ietk red
Mfi d tk It was wasKn wasJ
Kn J 23516 23r1Eft 3 16 16r
ft r 1 6 6rj
rj i 6 6K
K > x and James were evidently evIdentlyI
f1 1 I ahead odeMsi dei s strength was wasa wa wai
a i iK PI g it was plainly a race ra between betweetih
1 hr h n o I leaders leoadf > rR And yet from a cor corL or orth
L P f the th room a group rou of f Odell men m n I
711 Fb 1 < n to t shout courageously co1JrageoUlllypll
pll Odell Odelli
i 111 all sides ldetl < ame me an answering answeringus answerin answerinq
us 11 q for James Jam or Knox Knoxr111hfl Knoxi
noiher i her ballot was ordered The re rewas rewa reWa
was wa I watched WAt ched with w I th interest The TheOdell Theipai ThEtI
ipai tI a Odell i 1f111 strength was to be beh 1Mh bcvIt
h vn 1 to Knox when hfn the time Um was wasMont Wa all allOIt I IC
C Mont OIt of it those in the know knowI
> < KI 1 for thie to 0 done on the third thirdhi
ba > But the I he tH1 tJ vas as not given The Theodd Th Thod ThE
odd od E i forces began gan to go flrit to one on onFirlf ontcii
Fidf cii and ot nd then to the th other oth r but there therewas therewa thertwa
was wa n nil < > general gf > ntral movement mon > mentThe The changes changeswer lhan 11 11Wfr I Iwer
wer only tily individual made here and andthef an I Ither
ther The result was a as follows followKno
Knox L431fi L431fiJam t3 16 16J I IJam
Jam J 8 m 21R 21 56
Odeii i 49 49Bruce i iBruce i
Bruce Johnson in It ItThen ItThtn ItThen 1
Then ame am the stampede stampedcFirst tHmp d dT i iTV
TV First preeimt delegates dtl gatH where whf wherethe > rf rfthe > i ithe
the principal iptl OdeM I strength lay la sat in inthe Inthf Ii Iithe i
the r nqr nr r of f the th theatre Fred C 4 l Loot 1oot1I0u Lootbt oof oofl j
1I0u bt l ou > u and Joseph llppman man manage manIf manU j
U age If for 0 Knox l Idt > ft their seats nearer nearerthf nf nea > anr anrthf ret retth j
thf th ont nt and Started for the First pre prein prein j jrin
rin in I fiuarters The lhc rest of th spec specifltor Illf1stt sItOCIa >
ifltor 1stt Ia t saw al t v the dlatPfI d < i IffrateR in tha part partc IJarthp ha haC
c C h hp < > room rising and crowding to tolJftr totet i ietdr
lJftr tet etdr LippmHri ti and lx Loofbnuro LoofbnuroI LoofbnuroeWt ofbourov i iPI
Wt PI I unongst t thin surrounded on al alj alJohn I Id Iirr j
511 d
I irr Johnson John on colored boss bo of the thiFif tb tbFit > j
Fif second nnd nd district dist rie l left > ft hh = whit whitnnri whitJ whitruir
J nnri 11 ruir nr black hj5 It followers in the th front of th thTOOMI thO tht
C TOOMI O and got into the crowd Big Ben BenTIP BenHp 8er1e t
TIP 1e wood onc1 Inited States tatEf marshal and andjp nll nllfI I Ipill
fI pill jp P i < swdy dh out Of uolltlcs under civil civilf IVtJ I
Iy I il > f rule app apP1I apptred iired rprl towerirs R abov a abovtheri bov > j jth i it
> th t theri htr > r and gesticulating JeCt lulaUlig vi vlrcluly vlrclulybehaJt vtruslhshalf mously mouslyX <
X mixs behalf behalfA
v A rliur 1lIr Ltr Pratt Jumes leader i 1urt1t u rht t ti trt I
i 111 rt > tft th > tide His HI broad frame frameplinsed frameIm ftarnii
plinsed Im ii prl 4i Into the center nter of them themJames themJames i
James > James Jam he shouted shoutedJ
J J11 m Iet t James < hi hIE followers folIoere took tookIll too toolit
I
Ill 2 > ne n TV TVKnox Y j
Knox J llOX Knox h no x came 1 me the t hft thunder ¬
ing response pnn < f from sajrf 3rv and o orher her part partf partIr partIf
Ir f the t 1f house houSEGetting houseGetting
i iGetting
Getting Into Line For knox knoxT Knox i
T 1 Firs First < t precinct precln t men kncludinsr cludln cludln11JI cludtnIii j j
jui Iii Tters rtr of C each of the mayoralty mayoraltyu yoralty yoraltyfa I
u ra t i jhl < lHt 1 s n wi r pr > rp r for or JosephF Joseph F Mc Me1t McI
i K I i 1t fr iv tv treasurer riasurpr Be BeIry re thi thif thirV j j
< Iry n chirge Ia wa > made F A Arix Swen SwenC i I ItlX
C < rix man and Candida Candidatx aflijJ to toJn to toC tohad
tx in had been induced indu < < Q tc t with witho
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I draw dra provided th the McKnight cKn ht htcould m iflea ifleacould n ncould
could be swung < into toe tor Koox KooxThis
t This word ora was 11 pawed ed round among a at
the t First precinct delegates delegatesBoys deegwtsBoys
Boys come with us and well take takecare takecajoe tcecare
I care of you called Lfppmaif Lh IAppma IAppma4Mt pmaq pmaqI
X3t t into line for Knox and you wont woatrecret wotreret
i refret it repeated Loofhonrow Loofbourowhe U UI F Fj
j he pushed around through tb the delega delegations delesaflea ¬ AI
I flea tionsome
ome with James Jan boys said Ar Arthur Arthur ¬
I I thur Pratt James Jfune JfuneBut r Jnt
I But h he could not stop CJM tb thSts1 rtefe It Ithad t Ithad
I had been prearaaffed d at the me JINIIIftJ JINIIIftJI 3ueIUag 3ueIUagortbe ti g gdesigned
I f11tIte J JT eM LebsesrbW LebsesrbW4e1etes
T tLW tLWI
designed e d to t Carry arosom om 9t = Jal e edelegate
I delegate along with w1tbtbeet1lere w1tbtbeet1lereI the OtherS OtherSWe olbersWere
Were We re with yon edlM ea CMtR CMtRman oaltman < Me Meman
I man Others took up the cry
Outside of the excited group where wherethis wherethis Ie Iethis
this was going on the spectators S looked lookedI
t I I on with breathtess interest t They Theycould TheyI Theycould
could couJdbear hear only nly a confased murmur murmurCries murmurCrIes murmurOrb
Cries Orb For F r Knox ant n4 James JamwKnox JamMKn JamesKnox
I
Knox Kn s Knox came at intervals intervalsfrom Intervatafrom Intervalsfrom
from the U center > r of the vortex vortexJames vortexJames ortexJa
I James Ja James was hurled back hackthe backthe
the defiant cry cryPresently cryPreeentl7 cryPresently
1 Presently from the seething seet1n group groupemerged groupemerged groupemerged
emerged Bruce Johnson n negro ne saloon saloonkeeper saloonkeeper saloonkeeper
keeper etc and a conspicuous conspicuous Knox KnoxJeader KnoxJcadtr Knoxleader
leader R IU is du dusk kv face h bIoAmed med He HoI Hewaved
j waved his hand aloft aloftKnoxl aloftI aloftuox1
I j uK Knoxl noX Knox K MX he called to his hisblak hisblark
j black and white h henchmen who were werehuddled wereI werehuddled
I huddled together in front frontA
A smile six is feet across ae was next nextcerna dis discernable d15rentable
cernable cerna ble A close dn e study of the frame frameenabled frameenabled frameenabled
enabled the observer obt > rvEl to recognise it an anMarshal aMMarshal asMarshal
Marshal Heywood He gave a yell like likea
a Bannock at a war dance danceOut danceOU danceOut
Out OU t of the vortex presently p nt1y emerged emergedanother emereanother emergedanother
another personification of joy It was wasFred wasI WSFred
I Fred Loofboorow who actually actuallyto seemed seemedto
to be smiling on top of his head where wberethe wherethe
j the flies light in midsummer as well wellas weltj
as on his hi face He wended over toward towardwhep
j where > Elmer B Jones Jontl Odell manager managerwas managerwas managerwas
was sitting with his Odell delegation delegationfrom deuoafrom deItiOUfrom
from the Fiftieth Fif eth Jones was given hen the thtbuneh th
hunch bunehLlp
Lippman Llp man came out of the tumult as asIf asIt
If chot from a catapult He headed headedover headedov headedover
I over ov r toward where Dennis Denn Blchnor sat flatwith satwith
j with the delegation from the Torty Tortynlnth Jiortyninthhalt rortyninthhalf
nlnth ninthhalt half for Odell and half for Knox
j Dennis D rnili was one of the original or1 < Odell Odeilmen Odellmen Odellmen
men He rose to greet t Uppman Uppmani Up LtppmanCompIetl3tg pm an anCompMting
i
i Comi CompMting CompIetl3tgThe l ting the Den DenThe DEMTh
The Th latter was ten en to be talking talkingearnestly alklnef talkingearnestly
i earnestly f arne tl He struck his right flat Into Intothe intothe
I j the palm of f hi btA left ft hand and and bobbed bobbedi bobMdhl8
I I his head up and flown emphatically emphaticallynnis
Dennis nnis struck his left palm with his hisrigHt hiIJrlgJit hisright
I rigHt flst and bobbed his heail hea a up and an
down energetically The multitude multlt won wondered wondered wondered ¬
dered if this apparently appll rntly exciting epi episode epiw episode ¬
sode was w going to lead to anything seri serious serious serfOUS ¬
i ous ousThey They needed h be ve ad no fears Joe Joej JoeWas 1
i j I w Was as merely telling Dennis to KIM oomeover KIMOf cornsover
over Of > r now as per peragr agreement 1nent made the
day da before beforeGeorge bero beroGeorge beforeGeorge 1
George Wilson Wll on dell flopper wearing wearinga I
a light felt hat dashed dallhed40wn down the able KI afsiespoke i
spoke a couple of words to Bruce John JohnSQfl I
son laughed and went back again againA ApinA in inA
A shower of paper ballots b cn went into intothe Intothe
the air The rival forces shouted The
James men came out o of the center of otexcitement ofexcitement
excitement looking serious The rest restof restot restof
of thp crowd surmised what whattbat that meant I IIt
It was not long lon before bef their auspicious auspiciousi uaplcloD8were
were verified vf verifiedChairman > rlfted rlftedChairman
Chairman Christensen expended al almot 1 1most
most enough energy En rgy to build b nd a house
In pounding with a hammer on a block blockof blockot blockof
of w wud < 4 d on the table In front of him
Order Order rtler he h yellei Sit down
Shut up Order OrderOrder Order The sergeant sergeantatatrue rgeant rgeantalann
atai alann tns will clear theaisle and enforce enforceorder enforceorder
order Sit it down Order OrderOrder OrderOrder
Order to i Restored RestoredTh
Th clamor subsided subel led slowly 81QJ Assist Assistant A88lstant Assistant
ant secretary S rtary Charles F Warren called
for fh the > vote of the First precinct The Theannouncement Theannounlment
announcement was repeated several
times tlm > a by Delegation Chairman J 1 T 1
Breckdn Breck n before befo It could be beard on
the stage sta and even ven then there was a
demand from numbers of delegates to
find out what It ItShut was wasShut wasShut
Shut your mouth and youll find
out retorted Chairman Ohrtstensen Chrtaten en
In stentorian tones The vote showed
no change changeThe changeThe changeThe
The call of districts proceeded In
McKnights district the th Second Knox
gained one from Odell In one on after
another the bulk of the Odell vote was Wallswun wasSwung
swung swun < to Knox There Tb was a sporadic sporadici sporadiccheer
cheer ch er now and then from the Knox
m men n sent back James
as made an occa occasional occaalonal occaatonal
atonal gain of one or two here and
there threThe thereThe
The Fortyninth was w swung sun from
Odell to Knox by b Elchnor as arranged
but the climax came when Elmer B BContinued BContinued
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DUMMY DUKCTORS rJ WERLiS WERLiSMen filEE 1 04 04Men
Men Who Wbo Had no Interest l terestJn In the ShipBuilding ShipBuildingVoted Ship > Building Conpfiy ConpfiyVoted qmp l1
> Voted to gaise the Capital Stock Sto k from frol1 frol1O fromQOOooo Jt
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T BW mv YORK yoRK Oct Oei Urlle ll The entire eDtIretime entireI
N I IV N time at todays tod7berIg liearlns of the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States Stat SId Shi Building in investigatlon inVMtlgaUon Investigatlon
vestigatlon before Referee ReleneGUpbant Qliphant was wasgiven wagiven wacgiven
given up to the takIn taking of testimony tetaUmonycoertng testimonycovering testimonycovering
covering the Incorporation tJ ft and organ organization orpnlatlon organIzation ¬
ization of the company in New Jersey JerseyFrederick Je JeFrederick JerseyFrederick
Frederick Seward Horace Gould and andKenneth andKenneth d dKftlnetb
Kenneth McLaren young men connect connected ¬
ed with the Corporation Corporat Trust company companyof
of New Jersey who acted either as In Incorporators I Icorporators hicorporators
corporators or directors of the ship
building bulJd combination were called to tothe tothe tothe
the stand and examtawLat exaU3i atJeacth at length a as to tothe totbe tothe
i the circttmslftnces Bees 11 under which they theyserved theyI theyserved
I served the promoters of oCtbe the enterprise enterpriseFrederick ente1prlsI entepriseFrederick
I j Frederick Seward who had served as asi asa
i a director wa wu questioned q for three threehours tbreehours threehours
hours the inquiry corertng g his 111 conne connecj connetion
I j j tion with the company compaayfrom from the time timeAlexander timeAlexander timeAlexander
I Alexander St Green ask askeI d him to serve serveas erveas serveas
as a director unto unt be iseljin il when the thepermanent th thpermanent thepermanent
permanent officers ocers were elected His Hisstay HI HIstay Hisstay
stay on the stand vas was prolonged be bet because
i cause he would not admit that he was wasI wasa
I a mere dummy dum y acting under the or ¬
i
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I Nominees of the Re ReI e et
t I publica City Coityl
1 l Con ConventiOr5 ventlol
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ders de of the theCOU thecounsel counsel MI ef the lte eomnmiy rc
Seward admitted that th be4W he did not notknow notknow
know the location of the plaaf hoi er the Thecharacter he
i character of the business of t tilt tl Hoc
landHolliRgsworth company c m Y nfl WPiv MQQreSons 3 WPivA re reIt
A Sons and the Canada com comsaid COPlPitiWsaid COPlPitiW
said that he was under the top bopnMon bopnMonthat p on ontbat
that the Bethlehem plant w wq loowted loowtedat l lat
at Homestead tead Seward and andtheother andtheothertemporary the thsUier thsUiertemporary eth r rtemporary
temporary directors acted upon the theizi theizicrease ta tacrease tcrease
crease In the capital stock e fit the thecompany thecompan7 thecompany
company frOm Mm m W ILISO00 OMO 100 to tovoted 4LNSO 4LNSOvoted UMJM MO MOvoted
voted for the issuance of oCseeurttb seeuritHir secuijtthe to
the amount of 71OOOGOl 71000 01 and decided decidedother 4dedother ed edotber
other matters of importance tmportaneeu and the thetestimony thetestImony
testimony of today indicated ttfipttNa ttfipttNation 4tn 4tntion tiIa
tion to attack the validity yal1dltyof of Wtfilpw atb tli
transactions transactionsIt
It is claimed that the original direc ¬
tors were simply dummies and I that thatwhile thatwhile thatwhile
while the forms rnua of the law were closely
followed at all meeting none oCthe
director wa was properly a hqJ4 hcdtstetock hcdtstetockand cIeroh r ofMck ofMckand eck eckand
and that none of their acts was ettagaI ettagaIvalue e Otg1value 4Bgal 4Bgalvalue
value valueThe valueThe valueThe
The hearing went over uottf ext t
Wednesday Oct 21 1 when LehHIxon LehHIxonwill Le Ji Jiwill
will take the stand
RUSSIANS SAY THEYRE ALL READY READYBUT READYBUT READYBUT
BUT AFFECT HOPE OF PEACE PEA EtN IN EAST EA ST STl
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Paris Oct 15 1QthdI oeta1dlapa Official dispatches dispatchesfrom dispatchesfrom he8 he8from
from St Petersburg my the t Russian Russianministers R Russianministers
ministers of war ar and of otlnarJnehave otlnarJnehaveannounced marine have haveannounced haveannounced I
announced that while wbIWot not wishing to tomake t tomake J Jmake
make any move lIkely Ifke 7 W t precipitate precipitatehostilities precipitatehostilities
hostilities in the far east yet both bothdepartments bothdtpnrtmtnts bothdepartments I
departments of the government < wish it itto Itto Itto
to have it known that they are com completely completelt cornpletei3t ¬
pletely prepared to meet any aD eventu eventuality eveDtuallty eventuailty ¬
ality alityOfficial alltyOmelal ailtyOfficial
Official advices ad vices from Japan and andChina andChina andChina
China show that the negotiations be between between between ¬
tween the Russian minister to Japan Japanj Japanharon Japan1aron
j baron de deRosen Rosen and the e Japanese for forASSISTANCE forASSISTANCE forASSISTANCE
ASSISTANCE SENT SENTDISABLED SENTDISABLED I
DISABLED STEAMER STEAMERSeattle STEAMERSeattle
Seattle Wash h Oct 15 5The The steam steamship steamship ¬
ship hlp Eureka has gone to the assistance assistanceof
of the disabled freighter freht Meteor which whichbroke whichbrok whichbroke
broke down in Bering sea ten days ago agoShe agoShe agoShe
She left the mouth of Solomon river riverOct riverOct
Oct 9 The Meteors first rllt officer and andthree andthlte andthree
three men arrived there in an open openboat o openboat n nboat
boat the night previous They were werealmost werelmo wereI
almost t exhausted exhaustedThe exhaustedThe exhaustedThe I
The new regarding recar tnc the Meteor came cameIn camc1D cameIn
In telegrams received today from Nome NomeThe NomThe NomeThe
The messages state that the vessel is isseventytwo isseventytwo isseventytwo
seventytwo miles mU south of Nome and andthat andthat andthat
that she not only lost her propeller but butalso butalso I
also leer rudder and au tallahaft an as well wellCRUISER welle wellCRUISER wellCRUISER
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CRUISER DENVER DENVERON DEf4VERONFIRSTFRuIAL ON ONFIRST
FIRST FI FIRSTFRuIAL RST fRIAL FRIA L TRIP TRIPPhiladelphia T TRIPPhiladeIphia RIP RIPPhUadelpbla
Philadelphia Oct JInIe ML The new cruiser
Denver in command co of Captain Chase Chasewith Chasewith
with a crew of picked flown sailed lied today todayor
for or the New England coast on a her er trial trialtrip frmalt rlal rlaltrip
trip t rip The Denver is 5 an a MarMorad r steel steelprotected llteelprotected steelprotected
protected twlnscnw cysasef and one of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the smartest fighting Isssuls In the Unit United United ¬
ed States navy She was designed for forservice forservice
service in the Philippine Wands and is isexpected IIIexpected isexpected I
expected to have an n average ap llpeed ed of
IBVt 1 lf knot an hour The test of speed speedwill pedwill j
will be made on Ort 22 over the govern governincut I IIrIH
trent course between Cape ape Ann annA Cape j I I
Porpoise POfPOIaec
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pign minister continue out blltthtlr theft sUtMs s I
is not disclosed disclosedIn ed edIn
In the meantime the official hw lte
have been Informed of the tbapogm jwogacesB of
the th commercial co treaty between China Chinaand Chlsaand
and Japan which ma Iml Have msi aft a b 3mlortant m mlortant
lortant beating on the theese the JtwsibJiipan = Jipan
ese situation The treaty be Qc opens opeps PS Mttk fuk
den the capital pltal of anchmjia anchmjiaother aflchUsad orE orEother r e 1
other port to JapanesE Jne awtr c cosneree ej
Chinas opening of the Sli Slicapital IT MtujeThmrIa rl rlcapital I Icapital
capital to Japan while Ruaelfbjhas I not not notyet
yet et evacuated Manchuria Manc te comildered comilderedsignincant ed ed81gniftcant I Isignificant I
significant and as Uk lIkei Ukelt tt tp ameOerane i
the differences between Japan and a ad L
Russia RussiaITALIAN RuuJaITALIANROYAl RussiaITALIANROYAL
ITALIAN ITALIANROYAl ROYAL PAIR PAIRWELCOMED PAIRWELCOMED <
WELCOMED INP to IN PMfS PMfSParis PRI RS h I IParis I IParis
Paris Oct 15 15x 15King King Victor VhtOrEIItltWt1 VhtOrEIItltWt1Uel Erninn mmfttt
uel and Queen Helena of Italy accom Iiocom j
panled by bYPresklent President and Ma M < 4 > nif i I Len U
bet and a brilliant suite spent the t day d r rat
at Versailles The city and the t e tialaoes fa t I Iwere
were beautifully decorated deeora and a it large Lrg
military force was on duty Tho great reat L
crowd assembled at Versailles constant i I
I ly acclaimed their majesties m 8 8t1es who spent pen t
the morning in examining examtntiagtHe the He htetaric histerlipoints fC I
points and palaces In Ute afternoon i
they drove through the park lMUkaniltEtar anft latar Itto r rreturnej
returned to Paris Tonight there was wasa S Sa i
a gala galaperforman performance e at the opera Boose ouae
in honor of the loyal visitors V lltO I I
f I
1
f ELEVATED MAY MAYI MAYHAVEA
I HAVE HAVEA A STRIKE STRIKEVote
0 0Yote
Yote Vote of the th Motormen Was Al Alij AI03t Almost
ij most 03t Unanimous UnanimousJff
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FPORTwM ftfIf BM Hm Hm1fmr I
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Jff 1fmr t rOJiTBOT 013rnOT TO PHYSICAL BX BXI BXAHINMION BXAKINATION
I AMUTATION AMUTATIONNew AHINMION AHINMIONt
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New York Oct IS 151Jy By an almost almostunanimous a1rnoIItU almostunanimous
unanimous U imou vote tonight the rootormea rootormeaon
on the elevated road decided in favor farorof taTorof favorof
of strike action If their r demands ar arnot arat aratnot are areThQt
not complied with withAt WithI WIthAt
I At the same time 2S3 exftremen em employed empJe7etl tinpIey ¬
ployed pIey in various capacities on the theroad theroad theroad
road but who retain their membership m mbere lp
in 1 the Bt Brotherhood Br tberhood of Locomotive Fire FireraenValso Firemei
raenValso lIie mei decided In favor of a strike strikeThe striket striheThe
t The vote of the motormen was 460 460in 45Oin i
in favor af a strike and 2 against t it itFollowing ItJ itYoflowing
Following J this action an effort to Ob ohtain Obtain obt1n
tain a a boaring g from August BelmoRt BelmoRtpresident BelmoRtlMld BelmontIrestdant
president lMld At of the InterBorough com company comny cornyny ¬
pany ny will be made tomorrow morning
The order objects obJeetato to the order issued taeuedby tuedIt issuedby
by It the official of th tht InterBorough InterBoroughcompany InterBorculhCOMpany InterBoroughcompany
company requiring a physical exam exami examIQation examination
i Ination of each and every motorman motormanPrior motormanPrior motormanPrior
Prior to the change in the control of ofthe otthe ofthe
the elevated roads all the men under underwent underwent underWent ¬
went a physical examination and they theyobject theyobject
object to reexamination claiming mc that thatit hatIt
it to for the purpose purpo e 61 r retiring a lurge lurgei lrgeiwmber
i number of f men menON menONVERGE
ON ONVERGE VERGE l OF F A PANIC PANICLaxge PANICLarge PANICLaLge
Large London Stock Brokerage BrokerageHouse BrokerageHouse BrokerageHouse
House Loses One On Mil Million MHlion Mu Mulion ¬
lion Pounds PoundsLondon Poundslondon
london London Oct M ItThe The Daily Cbroni
cle d in its financial article this morn ¬
ing in stages s that the stock exchange set ¬
tlement proved disastrous dl88trousfor for one of
the u t largest Ja t or the London stock broker brokeras rokerftrma
age as firms whose losses are reestimated estimated at
Cle08ftW The failure of the house houset houaewa
waa W only oaI prevented pr pr v vpted ted by a sort of forced
liquidation of its affairs so q huge and andcomplicated andsonepli
complicated sonepli U t that the city did not dare
allow the firm to fail openly It is l said saidthe
that the firm will be wound up and that
It will disappear disappOarIt ar
It Is also reported that several other
important firms were compelled prac ¬
tically to p wind up or have been assisted aa lstel
by banKs and financiers to the tttae of ofmany ofJMny ofmony
many millions millionsThe mUUanlllhe
The other papers pape say that relief is iselt
felt elt that the settlement passed off offwithout
without thout failures The Daily Telegraph Telegraph4eacrtbes
describes It as one of the most distress dlllt s ¬
ing accounts that tile stock exchange exchangecan
can recall The differences dltreren to be met metwee t
w were enormous and the lifting of such sucha ueha
a load from the market mark caused cau ed a buoy bQOyacy buoyof I Iaacy
aacy acy of prices at tb the close e According
to t the Standard all the stocks affected affectedwhich affectedwbkh
which were of a highly speculative speculativecharacter speculativecharacter peculathcch
character ch racter have now passed into strong
hands baDdIlWRIST t
WHIST PliAYBR DYING DYINGprominent DYINGPortland DYINGPortland
Portland n Oet Oct JiP I Tonne a apr abusiness
prominent pr lIII nt business IMI man u of San an Fran FZfldeco
deco and known 3me throughout t t ttie th country countrywhist
a NI a whist player Is dying at St Vln Vlneet yincents
cents eet hospital in this t thl city from an at ¬
tack of paralysis Ini
CANADA WILL 10S LOSE BOUNDARY B UNOARY CASE CASEi CASELondon
t
+ i London Oct Is ItThe The Morning lc Advertiser announces tht It regrets rearetsto +
4 + to learn I arn from a source which ft it regards re r as beyond question que tlon that the thedecision thedecision + f fdecision
+ decision of the Alaska ka boundary tribunal virtually concedes the Amen Amerlcan Amencancaae +
+ can cancaae cancaaeThe case cueThe
+ f
+ The Morning Advertiser Which bleh appears to be thoroughly satisfied satisfiedwith satisfiedwith tt8fted tt8ftedwith +
+ with the reliability of Its statement says ys the news will be received in +
+ Canada wth consternation It gives tv a map and a detailed explanation explanationshowlnc explanationshowing + f
+ f showing how the decision will UJ affect Canada and adds ad that those who + f
+ f have followed the arguments have ba be been < m b thoroughly satisfied with Clifford + t
+ f Si 8lttons f tons presentation of the nose +
4 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
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GEORGE L NYE 1 YL 1
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United Uni UnitedStates tedStatesMarshai States Marshal Fred A Field of Vermont Loses His HisSc HisS Hi HiScalp 5
Sc S Scalp aJpfor Ip for Allowing Three Chinamen Chinamento
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> < to Escape
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a1A 117 1UN n Cet sm The preai preait pretJIy pets petsvy
vy y dent t upon tke ss recommendation recommendationof 8IIdationocue re ommendat1O ommendat1Oor
ocue of the u attorney itoi general has re removed re reJDOV removed ¬
JDOV moved Marshal Fred 7I A Yield PIe Jd of the thedistrict thedIstZkt
district f vat for dereliction oa of ofduty ofd ofduty
duty d ty in InpermtttlDg permitting the escape at Provi ProviAepce ProviR ProvidleMe
Aepce R R I of three t f Chinamen en entrtteted eIII entiisted
ted to him h ft for deportation deportationThe deportationTIM
I The prteoners tie eiis who escaped e with witheleven wit witeleven witheleven
eleven other otMn were under sentence ntene of ofdeportation 0depoitattoe of ofdeportat4on
deportation and ud were conducted t tProvidence tProvJdenOft to toProvldenos >
Providence R R I a 011 the evening of ofJune ofJUDe ofJim
June XO o r and d placed p ced oh board a steamer steamerat
at that point some time prior > rlor to 5 5octatk 5o 5ocIk
octatk o At iW oclock the marshal marshalleJft marshallelt1bte marshalie1ttbe
leJft lelt1bte the boat and returned re umed to Boston Bostonleaving Bostontbe BostonlMving
leaving the prisoners in charge char of o his hisson hisH
son H who wa was acting as his deputy to t ttaccompany II
accompany pany the tbeprtMfters prisoners to San Fran Franore FranI Franore Francisc
cisc ciscEfore Efore ore leaving leavln them the marshal in informed ¬ I i
formed tormecIbia his son that two men on the theboat theboat i
boat who he claims cia I had been pointed pointedbut pointMUt pointedut
but ut to him as n proper persons tr but butwhom butwhom
whom he had never seen ll en before might mightassist mightuHlst mightaSsist I
assist him If necessary and that he
Buffalo UlaJ N T T Oct 15 l 15Seven Seven nn train trainloada trainldatJ traini trainikfd
loada ldatJ of John Alexander Dowjes jes Res Restoralion i itoratlon
toratlon Host bound for Ne ov v York ar I Ilived
rived here hen today and after spending Ip nuing a afew
few hours hourSt at Niagara Fulls resumed ressuniedtheir resumedtheir
their pilgrimage to New York Six of ofthe ofthe
the trains carried 3000 Zionists Zioi tj and th thseventh thseventh
seventh was the prophets special train trainBach trainEach trainBach
Bach of the ate trains was in charge chargeof
of forty Zionist city guards guardsIt I
It had been announced that Dowie Dowiewould
would hold a meeting m tlng in Prospect park parkupon parkupon S rk rkupon I
upon his arrival ant val at the falls Several Severallocal Severallocal i i
local preachers called upon Assistant AssistantSuperintendent j I IS
Superintendent S Perry p and lodged a pro protest protest i itest I
test against apl the ue of thje ti public park parkfor parkfor I Ifor I
for missionary work by the Zionists ZionistsWhen
When Dowieg Dowie lieutenants asked for forpermission forperml forpermission l
permission perml at n to erect a stand their re request request request ¬
quest was refused Dowie when In Informed Informed Informed ¬
formed sent them t back with a mea message me I IBatie
sage for f r the U assistant aMi tant superintendent superintendentstating superintendenttin I I
stating tin that thatb be had no intention mteta on of vie violating yiolaUn vielating ¬
lating laUn the iaw and that be merely mereiywished j jwished Iwlbed
wished to hoN a short song and prayer prayerservice pra prayerservice er
service in the park and incidentally incidentallyhave Inclden Incidentallyhave tally tallyhave I
have the meeting meeU photographed pbot phed Mr IRESOLUTJON
RESOLUTION AGAINST AGAINSTDEADLY AGAINSTDEADLYTOY I IDEADLY
DEADLY DEADLYTOY TOY PISTOL PISTOLColumbus PISTOLColumbwi PiSTOLColumbus
Columbus O Oct 15 ISThe The state stateboard ftateLo StatstoTd
board of health today adopted a reso resolutloD iesolution j jlution
lution by which the secretary is di direeled dincted I IrEcted
j
reeled to take steps to prevent the thesJe th thsilt j jsale
sale of l to toy pistols tol and other expUs expUsive ex expluelye l
II IIlve
lye appurtenances appurtenancesThe
The resolution recites that 600 persons personswere j jwere iwtore
were killed i 180 0 made blind and loeo loeoother i iother i t tother
other injured on the last Fourth of ofJuly j j I IJuly
July The board therefore declares it itto Itto I t tabolish
to be the fluty uty yo of health officers to toabolish t I Ibolla
abolish bolla the eriit < attendant upon the thecelebration j
celebration of Independence a day daysucnas daya I I
sucnas BSTTEB BSTTEBPhffadftlptila I
I
Phffadftlptila pbtfa4 PMa Oct OctJThe 11The 6 The condition conditionOf coudit ion ionoj
Of WIliAm muJL tu 1 Elkins the th traction j I
magnate c who is ill at his bj tome here herea herIs hereis
Is a slightly improved today
t might i ight leave lOal ftthe the inlsiMMis iio k in their theircharge tht thedcharge > ir ir1Iaqe r
charge willie he went farJMgper il3iper The Thej ThodepaQ Tbdeputy
j deputy did so and an4 MHm his return returnfrom returnfrom
from supper uppeTfouDd found tftBrltie tljif Ito two t wo men menandthe n metL tJ tJand It
andthe and tM three prisoners had escaped escapedjThe escapedI L
jThe I The marshal claimed clalm < d that these two twomen 1
men had been n pointed out by the agent agentof agentof ageti t
of the railroad company with Ith whom whomth who11tb It
th the government had arranged for their theirtrip thelttrip thel t
trip across the continent The agent agenlpoaIt1ely age 1
positively denies this statement state nett and andwithout andI ant antwithout I
I without p passing sfng Ing on the question of ver verI verJcfty verrelty
I rclty raised by this denial the attor attorrey aUorJf
rey Jf general eneral was of the opinion that thatupon ttaatupon t
upon the marshals own story stor he was wasguilty WiLSguHty we S
guilty of smh rnt h culpable > negligence as asI a aS S i ii
I to call for his hi immediate remova hi hij ii iithe S
j the interest of the service serviceRutland
Rutland Rutl mJ Vt t < ct 13 15News News lws of the theremoval th e
thS
removal from office of United States StatesMarshal StatflfIarshal StateMarshal > S
Marshal Fred A Field by b the th presi prealf
dent today surprised < the residents of 0 f
0ft
this city where Mr r Field is ranked rankedas rankeas ft
as a a leading Ie and highly respected resp > ctN citi citizen citizen ¬
zen He was a appointed marshal by byPresident byfreIIident b y
President McKlnley and an heappointed hcappoitttedear a ayear af
year f ear ar ago by b President Prei ent Roosevelt
DOWIES HOST PASS BUFFALO ON ONTHEIR O j I Ii j
i
THEIR WAY TO CONVERT NEW YORK YORKI c j j I
4 1
Perry PtIT granted crantl the permit to that thatttttt ex extent
tent tentThe The > special trains t inleft left for New York Yorktonight Yorktoni Yor k ktonight
tonight tonightOswego toni h t tOHYtO I
Oswego N Y i 11 t 15 15Four Four hun hundred hunlld I Idrtf1 ¬
dred lld members If < < > f Dnwies 1 vies Restoration RestorationHos n nHoet
Hos Hoet < < t arrived here nt t 1010 oclock to tonight tonight t tnight ¬
night from Niagara Falls T ° aIis and left for forNew to f fYork I INt
New Nt > w York City < It ity v over the Ontario OntarioI OntarioWestern f fWestern I
Western Ve tern railway rallwa rallwaaCbington railwayWashington j jWashington
Washington Oct 1 A Baltimore BaltlmortOhio fc j j i
Ohio train having on board about 3 3ttO Ol < H of ofthe if ifthe > f J I
the I Dowie > ewie Restoration Re tolatioJ1 Host on their theirway t tte llr ir irWay I Iway
way from Chicago t tn > New York ar a r rrived w i Irived
rived here > at midnight midnight After a stap < ° i t tover
over of an hour which was devotol to tosightseeing toslghtseelng 1 tosightseeing 9
sightseeing the party left for New NewYork Ne NeYork f
York Another train carrying about ab abet ut ut2SO it
250 Dowleites arrived alTi nd on the Penney Pennsylvania Ptnn 1 1vania I IVanta ¬ I
vania railnxid in ih 11 afternoon The Thevisitors ThelsltolR TI te tevisitors e
visitors spent the tiinu here sight sighttftillg sighttftillgand etMug etMugand g gand K
and l late te tonight toni ht Mt 1 > H for fo New York YorkRwhetStH YnikRoeheeter
Rochester X Y O Ode t 11 111ol1n John Al A 1 1exandr 1exander
exander IHuvle I It and his party rasstfl pa pathroUfrb paset 3 dthrough
through this city C ty at 11 oclock tonIght Lt Ltstopping
stopping about live minute minutYO initiatesYOUTHFUL minuteYOUTHFUL
YOUTHFUL YO fHFUl PRODIGAL PRODIGALHAS PRODIGALHAS PRODIGALMAS
HAS RETURNED HOME HOMEChicago HOMEChicago E EChicago
Chicago Oct 15 liAtter After having been beenmourned beenmourned bet betmourned
mourned as dead since early arl in it Sep Si1tember Se
tember Guy Johnson 11 years ears old has ha haturned h hturned its s
turned up alive > and well Taking of offcnse offlnse o I
fcnse at a scildlng by his hl father tilt tiltboy th thbu P Pboy 1n f
boy bu left le t hnif A s ar allh < h by lh tltt < polii poliirevealed polierevealed i01
revealed a body rrsstnibiirg rt > dubling Iii 1 tliie gtin gtinIr II < tin tU i
in the > river The Th features r atures were dls dlstorted dIstorted 11 a C
torted but the parents believed that thatthey tit at t
they had identified their th il son and they theyburied thi t3i y
buried the corpse lorp e at Oraceland ceme cemetery c cern cernter me mettr e ¬
tery teryJCOTHER ttr
ttrJOT1Dm
JCOTHER STEWART NOT DEAD D1ADSprlnlfield DA D DSpringfield i i
Springfield 0 Oct 15 15Mother 15MotherStewart 15MotheStewart Mother
Stewart the worldwide Christian ChristianTemperance ChristianTemperance
Temperance leader is not dead as was wasreported w wreported ail ailreported
reported throughout throu hout the country today tOOa tOOaThe tedsn
The oerson who Wl1t died was wa a woman womani voma n
i h > l 1st so n known a as te Mother ltt hcr cstewart Ste rart and anJa a aa riI 1
a resident o or this city cit
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MEN MENFORCOUNCtL MENFORCOUNCtLARESELECTE FOR COUNCIL COUNCILARE COUNCILARE
ARE ARESELECTE ARESELECTEDemocrats SELECTE SELECTEDenteertts SElECTEDe
Democrats De mecrlts Name N a meT Tickets in i n nCity F a aCity eCity
City Precincts PrecinctsCOMTESTS PrecinctsCONTESTS PrecinctsCONTESTS
CONTESTS WERE WEREAlfY FRIENDY FRIENDYXAMT FRIENDYC
C
XAMT ANT OF THE NOMINATICMS NOMINATICMS3CATE NOJlINATlorsAE NOMTNATICrsMLDE
3CATE BY ACCLAMATION ACCLAMATIONFirst
I +
1I 1 + + + + + + + + 4 + + + + + 4 +
I 4 First Precim t A Along am Spins Spinsrt SpilI Spitrelong +
+ long term Stcph Stcphand rt HYps yes n nk 0an < > 1 4 4and
I + and an Phil S Ma Maj M 1 > > tk < k M MAlbert Mterm 1
j + term termSecond C
termSecond
+ 4 Second Precinn PrecinnnonM Albert F Feorge C CnonM
i + nonM long UMM UMMbidge tee eorge E Eey Ebidge Fbidge
+ bidge M ant U I ey Y c Ba Bart l It ItM
i + 4 M short term tNmI terraThird
1 I + Third Prtcin PrtcinM t F 1a 1aM C CM
+ M long term F FE F rrnstrein rrnstreinE rnsttI1 rnsttI1I
+ E H Davis M Mf L > Irt > rt tern tern1i ternFourth
+ f Fourth PreolmT PreolmTM i Lulon ulcnM t S > W WM V Vv
I + M long ong term K KnonM I v > Hamns Hamnsf Halv Halvi 4 4nonM
+ nonM and v vi V J Tuddr 4
i f 0 M short term 4 4Fifth
I 4 + Fifth Precii PreciiJ Prsc 1 f K I Mnl MnlRobert MuuotM Iui IuinonM
J + nonM long t ti < r r4M i Robert H I JI < Itert > rt j1 j1uv 1 IM
4M + 1 and W V RYai R ailct uv short shortiN t
+ + + + + + + + 4 4 + + + + 4 4TN + +
1
TN iN ALL ALLthe the Benin DemwatiC atie iti i precis precisI prel preciI I IventiOCls
IN I I ventiogis last v nins there thereharmony t thereharmony lt ltharmon
harmony harmon In oi1 PI i oic l tThird djprfc djprfcThird t kt ktThird
Third was there ciy s tXMBfteo tXMBfteoand ec curt curtand oPt oPtand
and that was fr 110111 I i > ily ilyj I1a4tthor I1a4tthorBarnes lmr lmrBarnes
j Barnes was normitvd nom tic it t9J for the Xtheterm theterm Lh LhI
I term by b acclamation aeelam tiI i while itile Cou CouF eat eatF lJf lJfl
F l S Fernstrom Fernstrom mu U I E H n non I Ion
on the first ballot bail t j > the slrvr slrvrIn aho ahoIn
In all the th oth othf1 i ecincty > irtff t riot riotinations tli t tination8
i inations were mad > vtli itb i C h r ropposition rcPpofltion Cepposltion
opposition and in irost l tnt t imui imuiacclamation in ini
acclamation acclamationTTEST acc1 acclamationFIRST ima Hon
I i
I II FIRST PRECINCT PRECINCTIn
In the First p pr n met Inctj L LYoung LYoung > >
j Young VPS elrtfi elt Jhiirman JhiirmanI
I K Lothir Lc hlr secreriry Setrer try r A In < > n nj aorder < torder >
j order or u busine btntnePratt > f1Sis1Pratt nsistir nsistirPratt
Pratt C c H 1 An iJ > tnd nd M tJ tJtom k s si i istrom
i Strom was w self st e > ii and andi d def < 1 1session
i session ef lon tho t hl mittinL Il1t rn t if r was wa vaabriefly a abriefly abriefty
briefly by the chair c h tt1 l1 in and J JJ JJ iPaul
J H Paul rt I ne e rtpui 1tVJlj rep repI i ij
j I cbminlttee the th ntl ntlon < > n a afollowing 1I i ifollowing
I following omors omc 1tr t n i cinct > Ciflctand c cand
i and candidates candidatesMember candi candidatesMembct ltt lttI
I Member of the cin 01 mlttet c cization oi oiiaation 0 0jlaatlon
jlaatlon iaation in city it v Ct1 < inotioii 11 Dtlon Dtlonj attoitvexson J Jverson
verson veraonCredentials vexsonCredeattals
i Credentials A M 1 Wool WoJf WoJfI WoolicResolutions ley
I Resolutions J H Paul PaulPrecinct aul auli aulI
i Precinct Pre < nlt conimitt First FirstC <
I C M West Second st P J Htt B f >
D F Iollett Fourth F h L E EFlfth 1 v
1 j Fifth Ernest Dunn DUn n Sixth W F FSeventh
4 Ie less Seventh Sam all Dowse DowoeI K KjGranville 1 1tranvi1le
I jGranville raDviIJe < Gillett Ninth leor ttCntGoddard leorGoddard eorg
Goddard Tenth H F Ferns FernsEleventh ten1Eleventh FernEleventh
Eleventh D J Hoggan HogganWhen HOlRranWhen HogganWhen
When the convention con conv ntion came t tselection tlselection tselection
lselection selection of candidates L LToung Le LeI LeYoung
I Young was placed before > the b bcouncilman 1 1councilman > J
councilman for the long tern icrnigreat t terngreat rn rngr
great gr at applause and unaninwn unanimmited unaniroiniiected i itected
tected ted J > it < t > y order was w r rh rt rhet1
h het1 jdbjf nkeriilAn eu t tvent v tIHin to a athat Inl Inltbato
that tbato o 9j ncount count of f fas f t U h has has
as attorney att eJ for the theer JJ JJh I Ior
er CO any n whih Ii nf ji In InJUlI Iar IarJJnuf
JJnuf JUlI pLttJh pLttJhhe t Jh > I IIHI
h IHI eoaidttot soald Pot conaem on t t telected 4j 4jet ct ctelected
elected et ted The Th > convention lon ellT It n veryrel very tetQ tetQtantl xvtluotautly v vtantly
tautly tantl excused him and then battd bt baIIt baIIton lIot lIoton < < yj yjon
on the names nam of A MUSST fu r and Adam AdamSpiers Ada AdamSpiers n nSpitn
Spiers the vote being 9 tn 31 t tof i or orof l lof
of Spiers who was unanimous unanimousfirmed unanirnousfirmed unanhrnouiLfirmed <
firmed firmedJoaeph firmed1o firmedJoseph
Joseph 1o Cohn named Stephen Stephenand Stptenand I IaDd
and J 7 W Strinifiellow Strin fellow named namedMaycock namedMayeock 1 1Maycock
Maycock for the short term bt btlag b bInA i itng
lag selected by h acclamation acclamationGranvllle aedamatlonGranville acelamationlranvIile
Granvllle OiHett Gmp jlttl and John M f F Fland Fland Fland
land were nominated nomina t d but declinf declinfSECOND decl dec1iiSECOND w wDCOND
SECOND PRECINCT PBBCIWCTThe PRECINCTThe
The delegation dele ation or < if > f nr 1 > from t tcnd h hend hrnd
end precinct met at the Sixii Sixiimeeting1 Si Simeeting Ix 1 1meo
meeting meo > t1ng house hou e Albert Fish Fi PP1nominated i r rnominated rnominated
nominated for the t II long ong tern tpnCeorlre tenCeorge
George E Burbideo and Rod RodBadger RcIBadger
Badger were chosen for the she shoC sheM 1 1C
C M XJackson Jackson and S E H Hwere Hwere 1
were chosen committeemen comrnit efmen an and 1 n I D DLuce
Luce precinct chairman and chu eh h dl artof
of the delegation delegationTHIRD delegationTvTlRn
THIRD PRfiCINCT PRfiCINCTThe
The Democrats of o the Third pr prnominated rct rctnominated rtCtnominated
nominated Arthur F Barnes f ffonryear tht thtfonryear th thfouryear >
fonryear term and F S Ferr Ferrand O Oand oand
and E H Davis members of th thent es eseat s sent
ent council for the twoyear t tThe tThe t tThe >
The invention was held in ih ihenteenth t tenteenth e epnteent
enteenth pnteent ward meeting me > t Dg house houseA n F FA FA
A A Folland and Pearl A Hill as asman a illr illrman Iirman
man and secretary respectively r o othe otl otlthe t I Ithe
the temporary ry and permanent o oixations r an anI anixations
I ixations atlon All the districts wer werseated versented < rp rpsented
sented with their full quota ri a in
106 votes for the preinct pre met with withtests C H Htests
tests or unpleasant unpl asant features to toposed o dix dlsOIled dixposed
posed > of ofMr ofMr
Mr Barnes was chosen ii osen by an a ma maUon m a ation
tion while a ballot was as necessa necesa fn fnthe f fthe
the short term candidates a avere I = Hr VCvere Hrere
vere ere six iJ names before E oJe the rh conv convThe eonioll eoniollThe Con IC 1 1The
The ballot resulted u LR foiiotvsFernstram fono follows followsFernatroux n nFernstrom
Fernstram 81 13 E E H Davis DavisJ > W WJ
J Lewis 37 Henry Arnold 211 211seph l1 Jo Jo8eph Jflseph
seph H RDaslam Bantam 17 Henry J 1 AV AVIH V iae ao
IH 11 1 4 Numerous nominating an anj > i iondinp see 5tcondin seeending
ending ondin speeches were r made nn nnwork i th the thework
work on the floor previous p iv ions to atii atiilug 8 lurIng lur iurag
lug l ag the balloting ws 5 quite spin spinComnitteenaen spir pir tI tICommitteemen tlCommitteemen
Committeemen to the city corn corntoday tIn tIntoday tiatoday
today were named us a follows C Ctials df1 df1tlals ic ictials
tials O W Moylp resolutions esolutionsWilley I IW1l1ey
permanent n t organization rgan Iza t i iJ V VJ
J Newman NewmanFor NewmanFor NewmanFor
For precinct chiinan chod nan Josej H HHaslam HHaslam
Haslam was namcl and D O v II IIand 11ev 11evand
and Pearl A Hill v = e selected city citycammJ citycommi
committeemen cammJ t tteemen tteemenFO1JftTB t eemen eemenPOUJlTH
FOTJBTH PRECINCT PRECINCTAt
At the conventior conv ntio in iii the Foutl Fea I rl rlcinct roclnct
cinct last evening held at Tav Tavhall Ti T n nban rthail
hall Rulon S Well 1Ih was nutiu fbi fbifox tttl tttlfor
for the long term and E A Ha Hastein H n nstein nstein
stein and W J Tuaienham Tu ldenham < fo f0ahort ft I Ishort
short term The P iionll ions were w re > nl nlmoul ftmous
raous there the > re beHis Tactically ractilall n nposition r r rpotJUnn r rporitlirn
position The name < of J B ii I Iand Iand n nand
and E O L liurdock v re r present presentwere presentwere Ii1 Ii1were
were withdrawn in faor fa vcr or of th t thmen h hmen >
men who received tho th nominatio nominatioH nomln ttiL ttiLH
H B n Richards Hi bard C s Wilkes WilkesH i iH IH 0
H Kin King r were re the cminitteemen cminitteemened iitiitteent y yed t ted
ed The members oh ehm n for tli tlipatgn l111 l111patgn t tpatgi
patgn committee ver 11 Alex H Hand T Tand lPt lPtand
and Morris t rri Seminar omtnrtd lid d Judg JudgePowers
Powers Powt > r xas dS uS made > h ilrman ilrmandelearation < the thedeleza tipde1eat1on
delearation delearationThe deleza tI 0 n
nFIFTX
FIFTX PRECDrCT PRECDrCTThe
The convention ce vt ntlon in 11 lv h Fifth p vt vtwas vtwas
was de devi i1 of any < m I tests an a ari arisuited o i isuited 1 1suited
suited in iie le nominiti of M f E li liey iit
vey ey f t he long ong t C i Robert Robertris r rri
ris ri arU lj W R 1 L for the thetfrri thetcI n nterra
terra tcI l A precinct > tee con COflSe <
oJ 0 e C P Overnel I Blaki BlakIB >
B B Quinn wa was i i of v hi 1 1P ti tiOvertteId
P Overfleld OYer ld was d 1 chair chairThe 11 lia liaThe a 1 1The
The meerinq mef lng wjs J Jt the thehall th thehail L LhaU <
hall and was wa pnj 1lr > over 1y 1yWilliams hyVI1ams la laVifliams
Williams wih KI r I sd d McGur MeGuosect lcGurselIEtary
secretary secretaryHO sect etary etaryNO
HO TXfTS IN REPORT BEPORTFarts REPORTFaris REPORTParts
Farts Oct 15 lTber There i it no tru trur tr1A tr trreport
r A port that Mrs Potter Pott < r Palme
here seriously foulJlv ill Mr Palmor Palmorsuffcrtrjj Palm Palmsufcrln Painicrstiuirring
suffcrtrjj sufcrln f rr fr > r tn days dH S fm fntack n ntack i
tack of pas ga giostr tri < vrr r b ro r rUons 0 0u
Uons ar a tistt1 e tL
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