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t t fU J1LOcl ID IWYi t1ll ocrl6 OCTOBER V UJ 0 8 oJ t90 L 9O4 I f per ItrIthIounU 10 poun s r rt
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r rtro riThot tGet Gets 1Jim EJim S First But B t Kea Kearqs qWhisK Whisks lrr Prize PrizeAway i iAway
Away and Accompanies Him im East Easto EastVicecJ EastVice
VicecJ Vice RresidentiaI re iden ialC Canthdate ndidate Addresses s Crowd at Salf Salt l Lake LakeTheatreFive e
II IIi1h
i1h TheatreFive tte FJv > Apostles o on Platfo PlatformDolliver PlatformDolliverand m ofIi erf erfn
and n d Smith ofJoY of IowaSpeak s Clsi
r ORttNATE for nLr r 1 ah ahankft 41P 41Pr
r F banki ankft the McSal ru101r ru1 that thattaued lb lbtaind
taind in the stone nge h have haveU1IIaflted ve vesupplanted
supplanted by Ibr bftei bftei8nc1 r sute8 sute8nnd
nnd ht ii was thus enabled to leave leavertah
rtah In fairly good phys1cttl c6n c6ndillon c n ndiLlon
dillon despite the frantic efforts eIotlsor effortsof
or arh Utah senator senatorto to h dt the 1e eus eus1oda30 n3sloday
1oda30 of him throughouthis throughout 1i stay stay In In1he
1he 11 state Smoot tOt him firat and and1earrt andFCearrs
1earrt had hlmlast hLm ia t The tour ot ot S S n nator n4or
ator 4or F8 FiJrbaih I rban1tSvest81day vesteiday vas r n1Iv n1Ivcliv 11 11eJl
eJl cliv b by thGzwon tlawonderfuI erCul acUvU7 of the the11h theTJth
11h fat tatiFi Fnaee h1h1U1ti In hunting DI pltfle5 cs close closeto 10seto
to th tho grt IJ t pres presme presmeThr 1Ce 1Cel
l Thr Salt Lake meeting at hlg noon noonnas noonWE
nas 3 sUIl sucPEful ttCul one from 11 t1Ip tlrty tlrtytancpoint party partytan4ipoint
tancpoint Although It was wa not nee neerNary lteeary
rNary ary fn hold nnovotJ1nvmutlng nnovoflflow meeting tu tuIhe 11 111h
1h Ihe trfft the Salt Lake Theatre was wasvelI
velI 11 filled and thc speak speakers rs were wererfily
11 rfily tily receIved The weather wa wanexlrtedly was was1ZflJete1ly
nexlrtedly warm although thIs 18 In Inrt InVart
Vart rt Ix 4xpla1ned lalned b30 the hot hot rac race betwe between betweenand n njParnft
jParnft a and d Smoot to keep close to toFalrhankll toFalrtanks
Falrhankll FalrhankllXearns FalrtanksKearns
Kearns teals Failbulks FailbulksReaans PairbanksKearns
Kearns according to reports that thatf thatWe1e
We1e f e bnJUSlht down yesterday wa wabandd VU1 VU1l1Rndrd
l1Rndrd Ills frost b1 the faithful Smuot Smuotitf Smuotit
itf it itt the Fairbanks reeeJ1U reee tl 1 in Og
dn Thurdgy hur dftY night The senior gen gentor senntor
ntor tor parthtU I evene4 ned this up yesterday yesterdayWbn II
Wbn h n he st01 stole Fairbanks long enough enougbto I
tn shn shtv the hl big homp to the candid candidate ate
fnr f r pre preldent ident Fairbanks was the thel1r thei1r I
l1r t I nnker aker at the meetlngo Tmmec1l Tmmec1l1t Immediatsly
1t atsly t h a after ft fOr his spef speech > ch ended a few few11is1t few1hIpord
1hIpord 11is1t > red wOrd passed between him himJ htmaTid
J aTid = nd I Tarns parns Both aro aroe e to l Iave we the thet
t t tPgf Smoot as at the Ogmm meet meetg
h g HtS va un In Afr1nstant to alst the thO1I theage
1I age e oC the Fairbanks arms through throughIhe
1 Ihe ne sleeves eees or UJp Falr Fairbanks anks overcoat overcoatVaIrbaiks
FalrbaMk and Kearns then left the theptsre thetage
ptsre ° Smoot undertook to foUow but butt
mi t zbastly dlsJJ dtspavery very render rendered his de deJI8 I
JI8 rlure ImpOEt Impo ttthle ttthleSoipebody bleo bleoSom
Som Soipebody bQd had hidden the smoQt moot hat hatt hattle
t tle WeUM VJI Ht lIod ud the Fnirbaak bat batUMJiIOtI
UMJiIOtI t on once pointed toward the thear1ls I I
JarnC ar1ls amp T This 8 Na Was IhtenIf1ttlr Itenfle b1 br I
1 T RuMfn reapearaner reapperafle or l1J tbFaIr tbFaIr1nks Falr Falrnk
1nks nk hat hi1 hile tJ1e theSrnbot Snloof hat And the
Ydl hat W weie 1f ltllt t1II mlfll misabi misabiirhaik Sb SbFrh >
Frh irhaik lIk and Kearns left the Th Tht
t I r v hi1 11i > SmtOt perforce had to rt rt1T re1irn
1T tl hi hIP SEat on tbp stage B By a alUIi8 aoiuddence
lUIi8 r lofnldence the Icearns earns ear cnrrlage
rlage as at the stage door and qui quickly < kb I I
cnn nflv e1 11 the Etlor e lor senator from Utah Utahp14 I
p14 ld f ilr pn nir Jr senator from India Indiana to tothf toth I
thf th Brigham street residence of the timesenior
senior srator c ntor fromIaah whe e the theI thesctior I
sctior I lor senator from Indiana was a arlt
11 rlt < Ft ror a ff fpy > w minutep before betng eing eingflriv I
flriv 1rver T to the KnutsCord hotel hotelLuncheon a aLuncheo I
Luncheon at the Xnutsford Xnutsfordt
t the hotel lunch w wfs s servef served among among1hoe
1 hoPe who NUtook pnrtookbelng being Senator Fair Fairlanks
11 lanks 1nks W Yo S IcCornlcR H E Boothe Boothet
t t L Tbomas Chairman Wi1lian iIllatll Spry Spryr
p r the Republican state committee committeeJohn I
John 1 ohn C Cutler and nd others Neither of I
ilie 1 h Utah senabrs was pr prevent ent al alt a aihiugli Ofi 4
t hugh beth had been imlt inv1tI ll b by the thetate I Istate
tate committee w whIoh iOh arranged the themtfair I Ifl
fl mtfair rair Following 18 lunch nch Senator Fair FairbPIk
1t bPIk nktr held an Informal reception on on11w onUi
11w Ui parlor rIoI floor of the hotel until 30 30wh 3Ovhen
wh vhen > n 11 eN for his train
t eIiators nator Smoot and Kearns and andhalljman 801rhal
rhal halljman man William Spry lLftl lef with with1h Uh
1 1h hf Ip special > da 1 for th the north Smoot SmootHt SmootmBd
mBd Ht Spry J1ry returned lAst night but butT but1frT1s
T 1frT1s Pit 171 will iI1 bP al ahisent ent for ten ttnIY8 tenlays
lays IY8 It i is It1tfd stat l hy b Kearns mt mneim mneimI > n
1 hat th the snInr J1iOl fopna naor or aft accompanies > onJPftnies the ihet theh
t f In h ilial eia Invitation of Senator SenatorTii Senatorr
Tii 1iIrbiks Ilb lik for the purpose or s1Yln Ute UteJnfHallf theTndtani
r JnfHallf 111111 nii K fomplpte And unbl unblfIr unbil4ii
fIr l4ii rl nn t the Utah tuation tuationFlirb
44 Flirb Fmiirbtis 1Itli j z tuotd as Myl saying 1J he is ismdou i it
t mdou < 10 get t to tbp th bottom of ft fthid Itm
m hid j t stite t tt > or mind Quite cnmmon cnmmon1n
I I 1n eta1J thp thes4 I dayS Kearns exvectp to tofIUI1I
F fIUI1I with the IfAlrbftnks party un unIll
1 Ill il t11f tb Vynming nmin itinerary Is covered coeredIt
m hei It 1 hi m go 0 to Chicago ChlcasoMe ChicagoMeeting
Me Meeting tillg at the rheatrc rheatrc113nl1111 heatrc heatrcha
113nl1111 ha rimi Ii tpry pn called the meeting to toj
j dr d r at i t I 31 Hnd ad lrllfnCd GOVtJMOr GOVtJMOrIh G meror merorw
w Ih hainnan Or the dttih uetitmg The TheJ7rIIr ThcV
J7rIIr V Crr illaoJu iiimrodmltNl I FailbAnks In a few fewII fewI
II < I 11 nttIe sentiteeI1flr nttIetItOl
tItOl liutTM71k while IIftklns iseking1tItI
11111 I Irkul gtft gifts spaks T c1k Anoothlr mmoothlyp41 I Iri
ri l1lfllly 1 illftTy U Ofl4 nak In his speea speeaHI
HI Uf1 ol1lldtlablr amU5eIJUtut and andr
r OIt n N1au iilause whlt hlt ul urging il1g 1ihe he necea 10005p I
p 1 m i t V fnr 1 lepubhcan pJ > ublici1I blU1H a RP ReM i ihli
hli 1 M ht 1lH ThE Repub RepubrI I IJirnn
Jirnn 11 an mild the Amt AmrIean an pa partyare partyareli4I tyare tyarel
l li4I 111 I1l 5to1 Fairbdltks aim aimaicl 1
1 alel 111 i I tahize uII7f thaI hp had ttl ttIpl ttIpl1I JJft1 JJft1H
H h it ittd Itd fur If I1l1nllIt And then Otnunl
1 unl hj HIIUnflIt for making e enythil cv cvrrythhig
nythil HflJlibtkall It is thought J1It J1 hOcm >
It rI ftn for cm tlw tilltf tilfl > JUIK wluit wluit1i
1i t rlah siU8tkn siU8tknVh il1nt i ihl
Vh hl n tflnl tltl t h II I f nr hl spevth spevthr lh lhunfl
r I unfl that aU ir HIal dltffOren dltffOrenh1uJ dIffreneet dIffreneetinul4
h1uJ h l JI permitted < rI1lIUtd f tu fa fad la ay the theiInot ther
r iInot oot mfOn iil inist iKt 1w li nlNtnt Kearns Kearnshilp fear1isblip
blip i i Jltrnl tTlf Wi jI Ill qy It II one on onjlIlOL oiiI18LOE
jlIlOL SlIaCor I18LOE Fairlunk IberilillOti IberilillOtiinilti tNupi tNupi1I1lhl1
1I1lhl1 g more than ha JmIIr an hour in inl lithfl
l hfl zr pld1 pld1nt rhi rhiflZttflN1l
nt flZttflN1l nHII V 1 1 Smith of Ina 1mtca1it
11111 1it wftor Fairbanks and mlde muetfl I
nw tfl i hits nnon mong thc thcc thceln eln eiug all allVfl
I Vfl t hoPf that ti titah h suu11 uID aralh I
quI lIt1 If d hITlgton the l1laa fl1aZtho rho will 111 111niI
niI alily nt as bit b ba sO o a1y bh repre repretntfd
tntfd f th h state oC Utah Congressman COngTfssmanHowe I
Howe HoweAt howellAt
At t11f tm i I1dusion of his spee b Con ConF1fmt1I ConFE00flm1
F1fmt1I Srnlti mit 1 4116 warmly Nngrat NngratIlatt toigmts
s Ilatt b Apostle po tle John H HPnry nry Smith Smithtw
r tw lm with jth A Apostle ostJe Georgf A Smith Smithpostl SmithI
postl Ih Ihiurn I um W SmIth and APostle APostleFrand ApostleFrani
I Frand M Lmau lat immediately ImmcdlatielItthlnd
behind fJlator Smoot This made tour tourmilh fourtnith1
milh gbrsftit I f nt all or them with titles titlesSena titlesC
C Sena l I olli ohhiver t r was tb the last ptak ptakI
C I His glJh abounded In wlllv com cornniet
111 niet nietThe t tThe
The Inemlere oC the par party at arrived arrivedfrom rlfd rlfdrom
from rom the > north atnoor at floor and Were at atOlIN atonce
OlIN driven t to < the 11 Theatre eatre Fairbanks FairbanksSmoot FairbankaSmoot
Smoot Kearns and Cutler wore In one onearriag onecarriage
carriage This gave Smoot aAIight ad adanlage advantage
vantage because he had lll candidate candidatefor candidateI
for gCvernor alol1g while K Kearns nrns was wasalone wasalone
I alone but Jonrns hUn It back on onsmoot onSmoot
smoot la later ter al a tOldtbovc Iu Iuthe the carI carIriase car carriage
riase that conveyed Senator 6nator lalrbank lalrbank1rom Fa1rbankfrolflthIC
1rom frolflthIC tJae J inh1Lford rord to th thC dpot fJOt wert wertcrgeantatMms rtl rtlSergettntatArmsUfltmdcJl
SergettntatArmsUfltmdcJl crgeantatMms flatmdehl If the S4n1i1 0n
ate chirtrJT Chirp tVtIflarn YJJHam Spry tn anti Sal SalIetar Seerotury
f Ietar rotury ATSIUtfOrp or the ho ltepubJl ltepubhican
can f1tatc cOnulfltce cOnmtlttcePABAXSSP
1tema Remarks ks Mad b the Vice Prcsiden Prcsidential Prcid n ntial
tial Candidate CandidateS
S ator F41 Fairbanks aJ1ks Spoke ns to1tpwa
fO Qorflor Vcrno Wl Woils > Uf Ladles and G Centic rlUc
mon or Utah I am profoundly gratified
for ar this most rnost4ordia ordla welcome for t tJ5 iS
most favored ot or our most faor
country It rbkh1mr 1ls a scene I wltneslpll wItnesU
here tour ycnr ago brier years whl1J1t mvhfl
measured b by the calendar but wh whQ
measurad by the great events which IuWf ImiW
OQJc o re and gone how long Indeed th they
Stcm seem 1our 1 ur yoors ago I cafue amon nmong
the great reat and patriotic men and women womttnof
of Utah ploading 103dlJ1 the RUse of TIepul
TleanlsmcBPij WiUlam McKinley In that thlttgreatoonfcsl thatgreat
greatoonfcsl great ooat st t1l the > colllt of this spieD
dl dlt commonwealth took counsel of thGir
hrghost 1tDit beat Interests and recorded recordedtheir d
their poto potonjutlgmont tjudgmont In favor favor oronC of ofthe ofthe
the greatest realt st and best PresIdents UtI UtIrountr this thiscountry >
rountr country has ever had I come lodn today my
fellow countrymen In behalf of the SlIme SlImepoTlcle samepohIcIe
poTlcle which then appealed to the pa pittriotle
trlotlc jutJsnllnt of the AmerIcan peo peopl peopk
pl pk and In bebJlf behaf oc the great wise and andpalrlotlc andpatriotic
patriotic standard bearer Theodore
Roo Roosevlt Roosevltwhere oolto f fXhcre
where is one thing about Republican Repub1lcanpollcle Republicanpolicies
policies 1 always liked and that Is that thatthey
they dQ not ot cltnnze with the changins changinsS changinseason I
S SonS thpv thu do not chanin with each eachfour
tour years blit they continue the same samethrough samethrough I
through the Y yurs r that He before us usThe usThe
The loUeles foi 01 whiCh Theo Theodore ore Roose Rooset Roosostaads
t staads ta before the American people peopleare
are the 01llles for which our Inoat groatleader
leader Abraham Lincoln stood They
b have vc b been n vln vindicated 1cated by the march ot oteept oferepta
eept AU that Is reRt reatst < st and moat moatsplendid
s splendid hmdld In our national hlstor since slnco1S60 since1S6O
1S60 bas been achleved through the 1r virtue 1rtuo
tuo of Rcpubllqan loJiciflS and tho wl wldom wis wisdm
dom and courac eouraze of the Republican Republicanpart RepUbIIcUpartyl
part partyl
Gon Condjions tions in Utah 1Ja1it1k1glmtryeafhgo 0 0t
t t1k1glmtryeafhgo IttghtYear5 hgO things imere iere not the thosame thesame
same In Utah that the they are today COlt Co1 Co1tHt1on
dltlonJ then wore were dissimilar from what whatthey whatthey
they are 110 iiow Even four rears a ago o when
1 I had the hOnor of st standing nd1 g here things thingsword
word not the sane flt1e as the ther are re todR today I
I find as I have traveled through this thisSPlend thisspIenjLd
SPlend COj11m01iWCallh that yoU have haveo havevtndJ
o vtndJ t na In your fnrJunccRnd that the theSkl theskIq
Skl skIq a aovo6u ovk OU are more > luminous to
daaIt fUcg fI3c with reaterrol reater klOe than thantlte
tlte They hi hao c been en at an any time tim since the
flr first t settlers set setthelr their feet eet in n ttIOEt gtat1 V
volleys l le s 0 One no otthe of the IIPI splendid n did things about aboutte I
tile R Republlcau PUbllcal1 part party Its that it plat plata i ia
a IaQ isp tn the human hmumaxmImtart unJl jjjne 9ne4f pr tbh tbhIH LhtsaTendid
IH saTendid rentlJd t1inJl about ItepUlllfctr poll poUl1CS pollcbs
cbs 15 that wo are able to go forwarlJ forwarlJand forwar forwarand
and uwatd rt td afhlelnt hhher and better botterresults betterresults
results One aftI1 splen splendId fd things about aboutReJlnb1hnnlSn11 aboutRepubilcanIt4mattomorrow
ReJlnb1hnnlSn11 RepubilcanIt4mattomorrow battomorroV we shall shallca shallcatpp
ca catpp p upon n nmv w height in our march marchforward marchforwardand
forward forwardand and up8rd Therp is about u uvorher us usevorywherq
evorywherq vorher eHlen e31dPnces cs of industrial pros prosperky fOS fOSvorlt
vorlt perky of ocfnt development of Improve Improement Improveinent
ment in aU h1 ot d the activities which t en engage n nalio
gage alio the genIts geni and the attention of the theAmerican theAmerlcsn
American TJOOJile neujile1n
loIn 1n 1592 t1t the bank deposits of this state stateamountpd stateamounted I
amounted to t9IOOOO oOOO Then we P were un under untIer
tIer a Republican admlnistr administration tlon Four Fourar5 Fouryears
years ar5 later In 1St when Jnder Demo DemorraLlc Demoeratic
rraLlc adminlfltrntlon the bank deposits depositshBd deposItsbad
bad rhelled hAc shrunk under the thlbllhtlng thebhlghtinglDuch
bllhtlng bhlghtinglDuch l 1cl1 of Democratic 101lclel un until until
til the3 he1llmuntcd amounted to but J6aoofYJ rnder rnderth t oder odert1Ei
th t1Ei apl splendid 8 Jd Jdmlnl adm1nIstratin trat n of William WilliamcKlnl WilliamMcKfnhmv
McKfnhmv cKlnl v ad Thpofore Roosevelt and nndt1 andunder
t1 under dlr Ute stlnUJatinr effect of Rpuuh RpuuhUran Rnublican
Uran noU oll1es fes the hAnk de1osits of rtah rtahwheh T tab tabwhich
which are a fair barometer of our com cnntmlrtlal comuierelal
mlrtlal croWth had Ixanded to 33 Z3 Z3oooo
00000 Itru ud Yft the Democratic part partrOmes partycomes
comes boor the AmerIcan pcoplt a ask askin k kInf
Inf in you OU t overthrow th the > policies tinder lndCrwhich tinderwhich
which such Incomparable results have hayobeen havebeen
been achlevoCritici achlevo ihIevot1Criticim
Critici Criticim m For Democrats
In 1Itw11ln I ttlien we e were goln going fora forward rd
utt wider rr the protective system of the Re RepubUcan
ubucan part pa ty going oJn forward ul uuder er the theifRQer I
I ifRQer ifaderhip JI Qr t General 13eiiitmmir 1liamir Harrison Hatrrlsonone
one of the thegrcatost reatest Dre oresidents dents t1 this is coun count1
t1 has vrO prOdued tJc d the Democratic part
I camE to us id tJ said if YO t will m on only I InVfrthrow
overthrow rour your Republican n policies turn turnIut
out of l1n potter r your our Republican dniinls
t trallon aHon wr will inrPR tnerese Immeasurably
the prlJSperU pf th the Amrl Anmericnn tn people
Our JOcrnmM anxious always to bet bettt better
tt ter > r their conditiOn < InClous a1a always s to In IneroaM
crease the Comfort of hOJlle anxlou nl nlwa
wa ways 1 to progress accepted the offer pC pCtill p1I
till Democrai4m moc < r purt party aUt1 tht they voted I IJ1J I
J1J ot of po power Benjamin Harrison No v vooner
llf onlr mat tly uw acompllsl1e the 01 ovevthrow
tro throw W of thftt thngreat reat administration than thanth thanthey
f th they hf hogan an to feel f1 that there Were new ntwcoiadlUon newcotidltkms
coiadlUon confronting fhtrn U1fl possl
bay new r51 rrsnHs J nWHIUn them You YouJ Youciutnot L
I ciutnot J not orU overUiyI great Pollclps without withoutchliRJlfI
chliRJlfI cluinglrig rp resWt t You cannot an not rcrse rcrsetan
all l dmfli dm1niration trntion without Ith out rpRmg your youremnznerelsl
tan rommerJlat fondltlons 1n 18 1S9 we 0 found Coundno j
no exception > to the > rule With the re tovojtI
YerMl lhr r came lm > stagnation in Lushness LushnessInstead s sIn
In Instead ttad uf mar marbIng l1ln onward nod topor toporitCiOtiOlO pward pward7tGO4Xo
itCiOtiOlO of t the ht people be began n to struggle struJgleand strugglelid
and lid it I Is oue otJIt splendId d things about aboutt aboutthe
t the h Republican party In aU or 1 jIi8ptf1l1 jIi8ptf1l1I
ira career has It over sounlted th rho not notUr note noteretreat
Ur rtr retreat nt before WP beg8Jt to Ttrogadt wtrogudeWe
We e 1ig lgn n to sink iuk 1owcl and lower great greatcommercial rfat rfatommerrlal
commercial ommerrlal I industries toppled to their theirCal1 t heir heiriIl
Cal1 tlnandal i iij1ustrIos ustrlQ8 came Q n the tor eortpc
tx nut wore 9trthrown tttcrthrOWfl Ift th the midst midst1f midstof
1f all 11 thl this coDtUrchti disorder national nationalJeJltS nationaldepression
JeJltS depression ion whQb beggars descriptiolthere IIrrlption IIrrlptionthore
there I no pengitted nltIC d pn tigh lghto to leraOfl leraOflaily crsonI
aily describe the eondiUor1s which our ourorrmmont ourgovernment
government CX1e1enCl cmeIenced lhrjc is no notnlufl nogenius
genius tnlufl Rifted glftedCflULig1 noj to paint jhe j hicture hictureof lcture lctureof
of that which was W8 wltnMed 0 oy everyone CVlrYOnefront everyonefront
front yft yne cn eiiti oJ OthC the country to the other otherGonditions otherConditions
Conditions in Europe EuropeI
I in n 180 1tf after II several years Pl1rs oC Demo Demoeratie
eratie tlt admh sdmlnlstratlon r tr8t1fn I went fJ p Europe Eutopeto
to study tud the commpnial tndlt1C1 there UlreIn therelit
In M Maoehetr llMhe tr that great tlrlving bee beehive beeive
hive ive of f nrILl8I 1trItIshilmdustry ndulitrY I Uspcrcd a aIrgp alarge
large Irgp ftutnrm < tory veml stories high nnft nnfthumJrPd anilbunjreds
humJrPd of r I urea 11 > 11114 Vomun tngaged tngagedthen etigagedtherr
then I dIscovered several wgoIi goll tOads tOadso oadsoC
oC o wnohon gooch whit which had OI Ii0tm en manu
fnturf < In that foetor factory aid wlu which lI were wtrebring werebeing
bring hiped out oC th the country ountr J asked askedthe
1 the t geittlethan nt1 mMu that was with me the des desti iiestlhtlon
ti tlhtlon tlon orlhe consignment I thought L Iind
ind ridrrstMr1 rstood but l I wished to know dofi dofioltel dfiu1tly
oltel u1tly about St and ne told Jre tlon onUrm irm
fn fng m my prevluus r It us oPInion that the goods goodswcre goodswere
were to b behipped l5hlppe1 16 the I iittte uftCl States StatesT
T said to myself ThEre Is something somethinrQDIa somethingreng
rQDIa reng aiOUL Qut t thJs J When 1 left my own owncountty owncoAzntry
countty there were thousands of in inoountrymen ny nyoountrymelm
oountrymen In want They were walking walkingthe walkingthe
the hlglmas and bwn byways 8 ot the court courttrr cornmtry
try se seeking knt work but finding It not Here Herewas I IwalS
was a Brltlllb factory en employIng p1o > inS hun hundreJs bundreds
dreJs tJt Brltl DritIm subjects manufacturing manufacturinggoods nnnu acturlngt
goods to be shttfped Into th the United States Statestnkln Statestaklnthe
tnkln taklnthe tht brtAd out ot the mcuths ot ofmy I Imv
mv own eounfrymen I said to myslU myslUII
II policy which wm close factOlJtS In th the theWilted I IUJtltld
Wilted States > qnd nd open tOen In foreign forelsnouatrles foreigneourtrles
ouatrles to the Lb preJudl prejudice of American AmerJcanwor AmericantvorlIflgfllSP
wor tvorlIflgfllSP lnJmN1 an and J the American mcrlcanlntcrest mcrlcanlntcrestis Interest InterestIs
is a crlmqJlglIJst crlrnq tgaItst the AmtrlMn people plopleJ
J aqd a dth that l I lIf Democratic policy md not notRlPubl1qaf notRepubhicaft
RlPubl1qaf policy It the oppo opportunity opportunityever tunlty tunltyerf
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UTAHS Slf HWING VtNG HNE HNECommissioner FNECommission
Commissioner Newh9USe Re Reports Reports
ports Mining Exhibit is Best BestOne BestOne
One at Sf StLouis StLouisAt to is isAt
At a meeting of the VoIlds fair faircommission
commission held y yesterday aterdnYmorljng iborifing In Inthe I
the office or GovernQrRCber GovernQrHeber M Wells WellsCommisisoner Veils
Co Commisisoner miSfson r Sa SanmuelNewlmouse nu l hUsef who whohas whohas j
has recentl recently returned Jrom St Louis Louismade
made a report on n t tic tmJQtuons h hfould he hefoujtd
fould at th the eXP92ltiQli eXP92ltiQliAfterI exppeitiotiAfter
After AfterI I had sten en Uiahs exhibit at atthe atthe
the falr fair studying it Ctt cuefuhly efUl y in all alldepartments all
departments eddcatlonal mining and
agrlculturalt saiU1fr Newhouse ewhouse 1 1marelled Imarvelled I
marelled at hat the commissIon had haddone
done with so small 4n n amoUnt of money moneyat i
at Its disposal Tne Industrial and ed educational educational
ucational displays were the best ot ofthe
the states exhibits exhibitsCommissioner
Commissioner NeWho Newhouse use t tln n vent ventInto entInto I
Into detiiil coUcerniOg Jtb 1hee U depart departments departments
ments and cozifmentQl at length upon uponthe uponthe
the agrlcuItu agrlcultural 1 andmolning cUons of ofthe ofthe
the ax1ilbtt ax1ilbttThe exhibit exhibitThe
The concentraUpg oncentratJ mill in mii th the mm mmlug
lug building 0ithIil tlJt JIt Jl f l Cxep exep9hY
9hY attrapUY co coiflJnually > tlounU t
drn dratvsgveat Sl otr eood rlWte spec spectators IXC IXCtators
tators It is int tnstructt = tiid nd e educat educating ut > at I Iing
ing both to the miner du tfnd the laJmaf laymafmdemonstrating i
demonstrating to aU who see it the thepractical thepractical
practical workings ot 0 concentrating concentratingmll
mll such as Is being Qperated In the themining themining
mining dl5trio of Utah the exhibit exhibitwas exhibitwas
was so well t6ught of b by the chief chiefof ehiefuof
of the mil1 minlni lng exhibits tbJitth thjCthy y all allwarmly
warmlcon1Patulnted warmly cojratulated me 11 mfjpn pn the ex exceJ1ent exceilent 8111
ceJ1ent shOwing mnd made by fit he state statean stateMany
Many an members of a school of mines minestl minesthiat
tl thiat at were holding a gathering at St StLouis StLouis
Louis said that t thoimcentratIng oncentrat1ng mill millwhich millwhich
which formed part orthc the Utah exhibit exhibitwaR exhibitwas
waR the best ract1cnl > demonstration demonstrationof
of the proc sot reducIng ore that they
had ever sEen en Our exhibit of mining miningand miningand
and milling is dee deeMed ed to be by far the thefinest thefinest
finest at the fair fairflME fairlIME
faire e
London Oct 7Replying Henbin to q t lett letttr letttrront > r rfrom
from f ront the IOtarnation J rbltlatbn and andPeac andeace
Peac P eace assocf assoufatlon < Uon 5H s4getliig geSth1S that the thetime theime
time t IS is at at hand wlt v1ICly n his mRjesty mRjestyminlsU mtjestysinisters
minlsU m inisters rs J n copcert1th copcert nlth QU other Cl rpmv rpmvra p
ers e ra can with hope of succcss appeal appealto
to t o the governments of Russia nd Ja Japan Jaan
pan p an to suspend the conftlct in he far farast
east e ast Foreign sIu1ster 1I6ter L Lnsdowne Lnsdownerites nsdone nsdonewrites I
writes w rites a as followsNeither follows roilowsNeitler
Neither ftbetcUigerOIlts of theehlIgeronts 1ialn having ex exresueci
presf p resueci d any desire for modlatfon on 0 the thepart thtart
part p art of thejotlel powers JiJamaestys JiJamaestysgovernmnl IIh majestys majestysovernmen
governmnl g overnmen does not cOl1s consItIg 1 t that It Itcould itould
could c wI witi tt advantage tu initcyuch It r ch actiOn actiOns
as a s is muggeatqd ugge6t d by youi oqr Comn1tttce Comn1tttceCAL cohinlitteeCALLTO
RO Rome f Oct1Tha Oct LThe war OU1L m c has rc rcca1led reoailed
ca1led under arms the thereservims rOS tv or 19 19exce 1iOt 1iOtxcept
exce e xcept t tlecalilry t1e eitthhiy and rtl1l tIllc ro This Thisaction Thisction
action a places abo about t 50000 mpi mpzd troops troopsat
at a t the disposalof the gOcrnpf nt ntt
Effort Effortto to be Madeito MadetoPuttai MadetoPuttaiStop But at atStop
Stop to W Wo4 Wo4Grafters rk f fI
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Dr P G P AttiaF Ai of the Greek r eoIiny eoIinyproposes anY anYproposes
proposes to Ike mcnlqAtt 15 t 10 > ut an nflo end endto
to t o the extortion to smilicli bkh the eititj Ciul Iu hit hitborers I Iborens
borers comintto coming to Sat Lake illld Itah are arebeing arsbeing
being subjected ie W111 call thc attfm attfmdon mtttentiOll
don of CommltllJlonlr of Labor CarroliD CarroliDrlght CarrolDrIght
rIght to 3m some of th thy mIlD many hu Instance Instancen tun tunIn
In I n which Gr Greeks fswho who have om6 helf helfJJ lion lionhave
JJ have w b been n rOJreUed co I Q to Jouls JoulsSkilris LoiIsSkihiis
Skilris big ff fees fog oblalnlh jpbs on onrallroad8
railroads mId ttl 1t tJttosmtjtlif lfsne1tWa FU ems W ttdll n n netorbltalft na naexorbitaift
etorbltalft fl fees g for ills a1IoPS Is on anerpreter lp lptrprter
trprter t and for procuring jh iIivtlme oithc Stv StvIws
Iws i ves or ph lllyslcians 8tclans when sic lcl an nf l Dr fjr10i1g do o oother
other thIngs that they wer tverc unable t to do dofor dofor
for lhem2eLves tlmemselvesbeeause ecatls thl Wet WI0 string strangelS
elS In ii a strangelaiiO and c co il d not SpQ4IC SpQ4ICbnsUsh <
bnsUsh Dr Altbt f tvIlt m aJ uhu br10g erin time tbematter timematter
matter to the attention or Imn1l Imrmiraiion ImrmiraiionCQnlmLsione i
Comm CQnlmLsione IIIIon F Fr4qk uk B Sarep e elteUeved ItrtSe44 tlon
believed the syst t em m begln tiltou Vbrobglri J tr Umd Umdwork
work of person peraont with who1n 3kIJtitl 1M as assocla1ed associad
socla1ed befQo the Gr 1La Im Imml immlgzatlon bhmj
ml mlgzatlon zatlon officrs officUs in ewl ew rk ork itm1ttber itm1ttbercoaht ijtl l1e l1ecoast
coast clUes clUesDr citiOSDr
Dr ASitfas has rcceJod aooJeUfr1rQm ajetterfrUmw A AhIi
w ChZtP hIi iloe Lre rklent id fOnt r Cts1Ittnhm Cts1IttnhmN talunIeiPiNO
N NO J or thC tl J mtPfl Pm Ftt1Qftih Ftl stiol of Mm Mmera nn nnhi
< era hi cOmn1It eornrpefldJit I t Ih ii W4tly urltJ t ii Whrrh Whrrhfa LTeh b bnembershtp
fa lnsm t tft bid 0 0floll
floll nI t if J mtf mtfmembcr
membcr nembershtpCANNOTRECOVER hlp 0 0C
Cbdiablnsk nUfsiu Oct jt Caaitl CaaitlMidreielT Iaitt IaittAndreiefr
Andreiefr or the Hussan amlocd amlocdQr1Iiser amreci amrecicruiser
cruiser Ro Rosia la of tlw Vladivomdt Vladivomdtsqua6ron tIadh0 1 1squadron
squadron pass passed d through Chfllnb Cimelinbkmsk Cimelinbkmskon tgk tgkon
on Oct 6 on his way to eaitcrp Hus Husslo ItussEa
sEa He Ie Is suferillg from acpte ter tervouliproatn er ervous
vouliproatn vous prostration iQn the rel11t or tertifl tertifltension terIifhteaskai
tension uring the naval fisht ihL 9 n Aug u
14 wtththe with the Japanese Heeuud licet utldiAtipmi utldiAtipmirat Ac ui uirn
rn rat tAm Kamimura Imu following the dopar qpar ure r rof
of the Rossfa Gromobol nnu flunk Rurikfrom flunkfrom
from Vl VladIvosok dtv ok Tl The e anif anie Q1h1en Q1h1enaffectc
affects I1sny or the wouri wourIthd d t1huprbeing 1110111 1110111bcinS <
being hlaIided home and mtmltvho1ocik tboq ok like UkeJivlri likellvlrigeorpses
Jivlri llvlrigeorpses corps 6 Il seems imnc1a1bJ iflmlCiZtblefOr iflmlCiZtblefOrthe for forthe
the nervous s system ttm to tc 1qup ieqtiperatc lntP trorp trorpthe from fromthe
the awful strain to whIch it Is mub mublected ub ubjected
jected in a modern naalb naval battle battleRAILROADS tJe tJeGo
fhicago Chicago Oct j rrlewnl wai of of the iPsttr iPsttrrate sugar sugarI
rate Ste war Iccentl recently dclar dcelured 1 otIy ofti th I Ifn reInstatement I
fn Instatement of the old rnt rate IN irQp1111lmthrough irQp1111lm irpmhwimlthreugh
through the action of the tnvulzltftht o Uut h II lint lintof no noof
of steamers rrmning from NEW Y York llrli t tulr 1gulf
gulf ulr port A Qont rate baa 6ht Laeii nt put putin
in force In place of the formp fomerate rat or orccnts ofcents
cents Tb The newr new r te I is mua rnmtdefiii Jn euliflec euliflecthou o nccoPf
thou with the 1 SeO ral1w railway y1 jf 1 Ieaour ourI ii
rfver points pointsrhe I I
The OIlnols Central l lass I PUtJ a 11 re of ofcents ol olo
o cents which Is II cut of ofL J tWnls u1dcr J
the present rate from rota icn Cr Orl Orisajj aJJ1 > tu tuMlasourl t tMissouri 1
Missouri river points 1hlce htcD O rt rhaib rhaibI d dthrenttn
threaten to put In J rate 4t10 0 10 tllt 11 t6 t6ilhts4url II IIMIssurt I
ilhts4url MIssurt river points m I 1
IC ICHftV7l q t
H HftV7l FmncCi Qc4 Qct 7 7sTho bD Ru Rusltrr ltrl ltrlYoIul1 I Ivolunteer
YoIul1 volunteer er t1eet sleahlerSwol steaiier Sitmolusht nsk jar jarilvad nr nrilad
ilad In pie lhe roasts to today ay rfomt11c licd licdm iIedIterranean
m Iterranean rrano n < ip
1f I
G Goyerning II ining Board An Announces AnnouncesSixth ounces ouncesSixth
Sixth Annual Exhib ExhibIt t at atOgden
Ogden Ogdenrh I
The rh sirti It ann1 r cjmjbIt llblt oC the rt 1tah h
AI fJltllUtlJ Iiit Lute will III be held at the Carnegie
Ilblal 1ibirv In O Ogden dn from Dec tQ 14 The TheftXliitiIt
ftXliitiIt bit Incltdes works 0 of art tn painting paintingaclllpture
scu1pture fabrics ck decorative work anti antiitltCItti
artitI mtchan niechansnm m JJ1 ihe > institution j is
for thc Incourageoment ut the fine arts nrtsan artsand
an and 1 the gumeining1 ov JninE1 board bJiJ tas uidtlpfetl J ed th thr the
r fphowln ntftis f9rttaIbIt1bn OrtlmbcSmtbIClontiriglimal
I 1 O iglnal wors workony nly wilt Jle i a aeeeptd aeeeptdL Pte PteP
L P Pslprirmgs lntin will be be1Keu5 phtn according e t Jng to totheir
th their > lr merit In the tbIlo fblIomsiro ttQ order No I Ithe
the pl iilaees eti of hOilQ it i t5 tauiat lld oholctJ oholctJo
o of location No W wloeoupy oeIVDYt1 tlme renl reniftin tln tlnI
I In4J8Ce Ing iqeces Sculptttrend Scuiptitre soil other works worksYW
YW YW tie tlllbj subJect > ct to th Uib same classification elassificaUontlon
mtj location locationz tlon tlonN
z Nt N OfJf wirks k S of alt ihtil hQ Hbe he removed be beO
Cq O t ihc rIQ eloe e of the exhl exhibition exhibitionall ltiOl ltiOl1i
1i all U works lidruttt tihirijtti tile Art lusU
Ls wI JII la pa ikt UallBpoU1I1f J1 tpand tp and from fromFl
Fl 1Onts omtfC within the state stateII statez4
z4 II works i is oilcolor ll color water color colorOr4tiler
Or4tiler ther me medium lIu1IT1Ut lnut O > acceptably
tTJ1Pod and be 0 < It t the oWMrs1 owners risk riskIi
Ii AII 11 WO works rkS Inte IlitelidOd ndM for exhibition exhibitionflllt Xhlbitiont
flllt t t he delivered on or before Nov ZOo ZOoat O Otiil1
< tiil1 at tJlt lii R Redluita anKA Van s Storll Storage hom homia om omJ
J ia 11 SOUCb SOUthYeSLFufnJlIe yesl > Fef11JJI Salt Lake Laket Lakeat
at ml t iee 1Ib Ilbrmmr0 n Qden NI NIr vitJt vitJttmr1tisTh
r tmr1tisTh tmr1tisThand fJrT ard Mir t
RUn vri l Including lcJudln t fraxn arn < if Ufor f 511 511al1 sale saleand
al1 and W let1ter ht c eoinptttiofl ompetit lop for any 0 of t tin tinries he herl
rl ries s 0 0rhl
7 rhl right h is reflrl rescrrved d tu withbol v Iny Inya aiiyziuqtrd
a ziuqtrd M tr the beat W Work rK ex1ifJlttM1 eon eonsidered on
sidered by the tli Judges to bt of ituniftfcicnt ituniftfcicntworth iisuffieientworth
worth worthS
S Al1 hI Utah rtBlde rteideilt Jt artists are cordially cordluUyfnVite cordiallytilViteti
fnVite tilViteti to oexb1t exhibit tbe their wrJrs r4s and tp to enter entctbeCJmf enterthe
tbeCJmf the comfefltTblis comfefltTblisThe tnms tnmsThe
The prizes to be awarded arc ma 8 follows toIl0181J
1J 1 A lIron bronze medal of hOl1o wl J b be given givenor giveimfur
fur or the beet work ofart of art in t the cj sxhThltlon sxhThltlonopli ibft10R ibft10RO
O opli 1 to resld resident nt nnd nonresident trusts trusts1fhe irtistss
1fhe s he state jrize 300 ioo will 111 be given for Corh forSlit
Slit h best PBJn painting tin b t Utah nA rekIent llIlnt art artJst artimt
Jst imt the pafntlng tfn to bEfOm h part JJ thE tfieAltbe thEAlibt
Altbe Alibt art cbUQot collat5on collat5onCinstitute on
C Cinstitute Instltutl prizes open to csldcnt art
ts sg
gi for the best water color the paint paintb painting 1
b ing with Its frame to become l part or ortb ofthtf
tb thtf Alice art collection 1
II lnorable I mtntin for the sHfnd best be6twRtt bestnattr
wRtt > r color j I
I 10 10 for the best stud study In chi clay or plns plaster br brr
r from m lfe lfelrs ItfeMls I
Mls lrs Sol Sfe Siegel 1 prlae10 prize 11 for the best bestdt bestdelgn
dt delgn > sln for silk fabric fabrici
i W11I lie fd gtvsn en for best desism 1C81 1 in In eaCh lmChoC
oC the 10Uo uUuwin5 in1in 1iltf o4a Of art t YhlJ1tl unu dee deenra eo eoorattdnJ I
orattdnJ nra thin porto CItb1INL t worltjiace4liPLtd o 1ChHln d dkerchief J Jkerchief
kerchief or collar wood carYm carvmg tIling fllnSJ 1
wrdi wrdtighit ght metal lilet8is 1 1i
i s for PIUSt 10St artJstlc conec collection lon oC Jix pho photn phmotnglt1ji
tn tnglt1ji tnglt1jiSoirn <
tnS S Soirn co rn s Third m nmeutlbn nmeutlbnINGALLS 11t16n 11t16nINGALLS
lbdianapolis l O Oct < t j LM I E Ingalls Ingallspr IimgahlsDre4ihiCflt
pr Dre4ihiCflt t ent or the Cleveland CincInnati CincInnatiCJtl CinethnatiChlIcao
CJtl ChlIcao u o St Louis ra railroad road was the tbelu1ftlctll thelolftit1
lu1ftlctll speaker at 0 D Democratic > meet meetj meetipj
j ipj ifin in TQmtins T tmlins hall tonight The Them Thejioiker
jioiker lfi ker Wtl3 clicorted to the haU hi1by by a ac aJUOe5100
m JUOe5100 c sion of raIlroad men and Demo Demotntk
tntk tic marching clubs clubsMORE IubsMORE
YoU1J Youngstown lttown 0 Oct iQ1 the 13es 13esSPrn
150111 SPrn I Pig Troll n soctatJolls 190 1902 stacks stacksonOct stackson
onOct on Oet 1 only sixtythree were out outJ outhm
J hm vi vixi a decrea decrease se In the 1 die cmpacity cmpacitysInce pacJt o
sInce tn e Tun 1 of Pi Pt pemeei1t lCel1t
oJ oJJlf
Jlf t I I
SchodLChiIden tGhildm 1 ro S othe of the City and CDu County tyS 5iep 5iepI p
I I ii iii
i I r Everything Before Them Themt ThemF ThemFine
F Fine leW WOatherGood atheoJGpodRaces Races and Popular Free FreezEhtertaiiiments nter af 1 ments
i t tI
t tI
I I t ehe rHRthe Day the qiggest ig estin in the History Historyd ¼ t Y Yt
d t trr7 of the Organization f r rc
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+ + t + tft + h + H + HH + H > + + + + + HH +
+ Fi Pigares res on Attendance AttendanceLless
1 r +
1iotless Lless U thsj2DQO i staled Secretary Secr tary w J Batemaulnst Baternan lust mIgkt ht +
4 wJlel1 vtei a asked Jt d togltQan to gLtttan estimate 4U to th the number of perSQft WhQ hadi 4
be beeji ql on the he f falrrjmpnds t nd8 durInG the du dar and evening
+ S 7 m1dthat d V fha t a CI71L 1 mneluethe IClu NheehlIdte Obtldrea who +
may have CO come me through rou h
+ the 91105 free tGl1fr This fi figure ure breaks the highest PVevJOusttceord rneviuus record recordnmneon +
h wr o mllrpn nmneon ChUdrB ChIldrons Sday day l last t yCtlr yearby y scvoraj e fliO thOusands thOusandse sltnds sltndstt + +
tt e t Programme For Today TodayLmOpenhitg 1
+ J At tnOpenipp of ground for last day state fair 11O
+ 12 123i 3 D I m mPamde rade of f 311 lhestock about fall grounds +
+ i130DJAJtlIe 4 1O p mpFree OJ1 Jalr perforntances
2 fl mr inellors4 + Horsi races Purse ngre aggregate te 11it 1UQ c +
t I p mJr W IV F Carvers shooting eXhibtt1on +
4 t1 = ilI p in nmDivng lvI1JK horSes +
4 t i le lectrFe trrc rntn founttlin and ndconr eonfitt1 t1 ba battle ttle at ardark ardarkf c1 ltk +
+ + + + + + + + + + f + + + + + + H + + + + + 4 + H + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + t
T I E sre rredtost test cro erosid d ever yer drawn toI to togeth
T I geth gether r at a a s stitiefalnln afr In Utah had hadPOSSt hadpossession
POSSt possession ion of the he igrl Agricultural ir1tural park parkcsterd park parkesterdy
Y csterd esterdy y It 8 crowd W1at W1atswamped at atwamped
s swamped the nHm jneat t and causd causdeeo causdevery
every man In a po t of tet1poltslbil tet1poltslbilIty
Ity I ty to give thanks wTeD iien the day was wasor wasover
or over r The street cats cars were re swAmped In IngettlnS Ingetting
getting the cro crowd d to1he ground the thenfflcials theflh1clais
nfflcials i In the grounds were driven to
th r rwlts wits ends to keep things run runningin runfling
ningin fling in somethtf + 1 glIke like order m the 1d 1dwas mdwa
wa was 1n swaiuijt1 mJIt1cand nd tb the t barkar
in Instead t ador of ffilfin ealf1nthqpop1e t pleu up tDs to
theIr show were compelled to a appeal ea I
to them to Jeep eep back and not 3mQther
those 1sfJe p U hid w were re compelled omp lIed to toopen
op open n a way for Powd Powder r Fut and Cu Cupldto u
pldto to enable them to g gOt t in and make
their dive oth other r police had to drive
the peOplebac1 peqple back from tHe n track
to permit the racers to set through throughofficers
officers were ffreed to climb through
the wImtos to get lino their o othces othcesrefreshment ces cesTefreshment
refreshment vendors were forced tb t cry
for help toc to care re for tb the J ungry hordes
that 5trug strugied ed aboytr abouvthie3rbtm t rltoo tl 1S
1 U Utahs ahs Best es Crop CropUtahs
Utahs tlest crop Flyed an import important
ant part in tlJe recOrd of the da All Allth8 Allthe
the 9 uhools hools of the c1ty cId d lo en enabl
ablc abl the pupils to attend the fair This Thismust Thismust
must have been the C case e aish tsb withwJl wtlt4lthes
the thes s hools Within n good oo raUIUB of the theclty thecity
city and nd few 9f t II te4 yo yostars young
stars fnije 1 dto to reachtleftur reachtlefturT11c
T11c r achRttLI1 es4n
B it f iJ1ft Utf1 wItldhCtmi J1 < of Ujatrn bQJi ou ouarrjved
they 111 Idpreitk prettdt bite l lrounds i igrounds
rounds like ilkean nnlnVlctijinS 1nvnnflnyNdth 1nvnnflnyNdthing y Ut UtJOg
JOg wasexemjt wasexem t ThlJ TliPvihade mad short Work Workof Workof
of the fine arts buildIng That wat DP pro pronoul1cedtame proflounced
noul1cedtame flounced tame and insipid they wanted wantedthrjlls wantedthrjhls
thrjlls the they tried the merrygoround merrygoroundani
and cond eondOmued mued it they tried the ferris ferrisl
ivhuel l and passed it they forked workettheir forkedtheir ferrisI I
their way up ip to the Midway buying a aboatload
boatload of popcorn and red balJooM balJooMas bahioonias
as as the they progressed th they y swept tbrongt tbrongtthe througtthe
the Mldw MIdway y as far as thei thdir limited limitedanumuntof hnlt d damoun
amoun anumuntof t of cash would wouldtake take them they theypa5sCd theypassed
passed jUdgment on the eattle ttle o osheep borneo borneosheep
sheep and poultry often rvelSi reversing the thedecisions th
decisions of the regular jl1qge tb tbcrowdedbon tbe tbecrowded1mon P
crowdedbon Ue dfm doma3n n Of of the dtv
Ing horsEs tUI It beQame th 1roblem 1roblemof I Iof
of the thtpbliee pbUce to tokeepiheni keep them from drown dronn drowning
ing n ln the tank they cheered Phil PhilGreet I IGreen
Greet as lIe rolled his globe UD the thespllarineJin thtspiraiinchinG
spllarineJin ther theyleft let nothit nothing untried untriedor i ior
or unseen from the main entrance to toItelast t ttle
Itelast tle last tall in th the southwert corner cornerof corneior
of the enclosure enclosureFree nclosureFree
Free TliingsAre Things Are Popular PopularSome PopularSonic
Some firms had arranged W distrib distribute distnibute
ute free re ainJ1le pa packages kages or picture picturecarJs pictulicfti1S
carJs Sl Short ort work t4tS 1lS made atlf If th these theseThlr se
T Thlr ir stock Ciii In trade > was sooit oon in c1r c1rcuJ eIreulation
cuJ eulation tfon The manasem managemezt nt had ar arrangedfol arrsnged
rangedfol rsnged for special sh shaws sfor fOr the little littlefoka S
foka EverythilsJn in that line that thatwas thawad t St
was free had larie llndi and enthusiastk enthusiastkuudlenles r raudiences
audiences at eac performhee and andevero am I
evero eve y ofl ot tAwn was pronoUllced pronoUllcedgOQIJr pronouneetgoo1 I
gOQIJr goo1 Each youngster seemed to hav havhad haeihad
had an allowance eo of Ieed ready cash and andeaeTl am ameach
each seet seeied edto to have been anxious that thatnonc t
none of hIs money bl taken hoine ho me This Thismoqnt Thimno4nt it tit
moqnt a lu harVest rret for t th m merchant rchant w1o w1osoHl
sold caJd cat1dy peanut pop corn and toy toSof toyoLyarioui S
of oLyarioui arlouH kinds The l he scene ne in the thegroundi e egrounds
grounds with an ahltllese tbese little foU folts s run runnhig running
nhig ab aiout < ut gavetbe gave the hleaLdC an itnt t hl11 hl11WIt hilwith
WIt with h e lch I irdiyithhal ttdIYid al iJlt ut tdzg g h hbe hi S Sto
be t to bCJl1io be mc4 hiss Us qnan han 11S ils neigh
1 1t
t 4 good feature t re or octl t1 d flay y was that thaty t
y 4
P O 0t0 YU r1Sh1Pler HwrShlpler4fl t tu f
u t t6 r
none of the l mh1ldeou ld u weNt hurt Th The Thebehavior
behavior of the specla seclal pollee In back
lag up th tilE resuJars was pronounced pronouliexCeUellt pronouncedexeehlen
exCeUellt Q by the ofticials Aside from froma
a smashup at the jdg jitd s s stand insid insidthe insidthe
the race track no mlsl1ap of lmwrtenn lmwrtennwa tmpunteliwas
wa was reported and in this oa5e O 0111 0111was eu euwas
was badly hurt although the escape escapseemed escapeseemej
seemed wonderfUl un under < et the eireum eireum18tan elreurrstances
stances < es The officers wer ever everwhert htr
18tan dol doing their utmost to keep everything
In order They succeaded but at nigh nighLwere t twere
were willing to throw up their han hands handsand s s8Jld
and admit they had enough enoubhMany enoughNany
Many A Awards waJds of Prizes PrizesThe PrizesTl
The Tl Work of awarding the prize prizevas prizesvas
vas pushed in all the 4e deprtinents rtments alLd a Ld
It was given out at the o ofika Ice or thf thfsecretary t he hesecretary
secretary that the last bit of work li1 li1this iithis
this department wotild otaJ be complete
In good time this ntornil1 ntornil1I moruhig
The races were again tfte chief al
I traction for the grownuts ro i uPoS The fr frentertainments > I
entertainments Pri provided ded by 1 the man management management
agement were all 11 tltOlOujly enjoyed
by old and young alike iany corn cornments om omments
ments were ere heard on the high ch chrae ral
tel of these shos shosThe hows howsThe
The weather was almost ideal The Thethe Thesttirm
sttirm of the night before lead clarified clarifiedthe
the atmosphere the dust was settled
by the rain and the sprinkJers theN theNas therewas
was as a hint ot frost in the thealr air so o that
it it was pleasure to be outdoors The TheitInI
itInI ind was lS the on1y element abroad t to II
d dettact tract flom coin the he general pJea pleasure ulT and andtlt
i It vas overiobkd vt 1108 k In the eD eijoyment JO ment or ofaj
I 811 the then t1e crowd ws In gud gudhili gwieMrka
tlt f eMrka hili l4iiinv Inw to t t4eoe enl
jt se104 IIM4 Utat bVery verT pe1son peon on the t h hicmhd
jtJtthd re Htaea
tully it bs was hcp hc
li i to make a record < 01 ortbe tile rta nate tc t 1 ir r
Little tots were were th there I y y sterday terda who whowUl t ho howill
will tell their glttJul grspdehhIlren < hi1 1ren i in dal days daysto
to come wlUl a ro rot lgood good tilne th <
had at the state fail thE big day a 111
How How th the Boys and GirI Saw the theDriving theDriving
Driving Horses HorsesAfter HorsesAfter
After PoWder Face and cupid beld
JUIJped thro through h the air into the wat water
Yesterday afternoon President T 1 G M
Donald 8Usgesttbat suggested that
It might bt WI w
to drag th pool tQ see It there were Hl ii t
a haltdozen boys aU the bdhom Tn Time
sUg suggestion lon was not uQrea8 unreasonable nablt
rhe horses performed perorn soon after i
oclock At 2 Ocl Oclock ck bees sad girls b by
the hundred all the way y fJom Ii tit t I
years tars of age were hanging on time Wih
tence fen about the enclosure lhf h crow crowd
gJCW with every minot The fenet WI ws >
about fifty feet back from abe poolbit
ias as not a tltl9 strong fence and there WErl
10 barbs on the win PoUiIe were 0
till sldj sides J to k keep p the p people pJe on the out
side At about g 3It the ft fence > nt + want down
1omlthlnJ after the style or the fall n i
the Bastllt in Paris some years ago anll
the police were doing their best to sa f c
ihemsehtS from teeing pushed Into th the
fouol b by the onru8 onrush of yoo yonag Ameri
1001 that time to the end the officers
had all tbe they could do tu save t damn danug
Uttle rascals from crOWding into the < Wa a
ter and In openlngaw openingaway large enough to tomit
Imit mit the h horses s to the eltut ehiue
At this time It is estimated that upward
or 10 ss weN massed around the > pooL pooLwbUt poolwhile
while the roofs of r t11 tile bulidiuJ buildhis were cn cevered
eltd with bqJs aDd girls rls and from every
point of vantage ntg8 within tw grounds grouooroups groundsgroups
groups wre wIUn wItIng for the exhtbfUoli
he horses were nrought out on th the nat DlUrow natiow
row bank about the iol and introduced
to 0 the people The shouts and racket
seemed to upWt the nM nerves Or Powdlt Powdltac
Pace ac for whe whemi bc was takfn to the en
trance of the hJitc and turned looEe1n loose in
SttRd of climbing the Incline he boiled
through the crowd causing terror to ail
In his path He was aught 8IldlndutJ said lndaceI
to do his ttunt In regulation form hilt liii
later be bolted abl and ttshmod < 8bed oft ci 1
through tht th > Cron He wtts evidently
thlDkl thinking that he hewas was tkroug with th
hJ high h II dire <
st fo9c whitf Cftte be ar arrourht was >
rourht to h lila sc senses b5 QfllPer Offleer AngCIJ
who tstught ught him blitiThe t
The crowd amb asembiiT M cQtic iItc 1 mers 0rs 0rsfUve
live waatbe was the largPt lSfIft9l Xiat gati gathered re at atany atany
any point during duringtheihty duringtheihtyw theihty f
1 1w
Expscts to Find Robbers > B Bitt tDis tDistovws Dis Disovors
tovws ovors SYeet Sweet qrnlSingei qrnlSingeiSCr Gims1SlugeisSrerttaiy
SCr Srerttaiy tar w Vt Jlhateman JI t3atciian myaramd tBi d up tu
t th 400 door of hif
ortlee b about 1U J p m yes
teJday after tter aIWtTlfd a iujrrkd mJs nisfon rQnto to O sonic sonicptut 1
pan oC t1t tv groumdx rotAc1s aM found th the dr
locked 1 Instantly YIMSft 1tIens at atspnaumg rob f ry
ft spnaumg Tant t life 11 Iivhb 1Jb betilH f = lie could ten II
lt t aU file robbers s lIud taken possession possIIionof
of the ofp 1 1oekd Ji loon on th the In
aldt Idl nWI1 overpnwcrsd owere > nJL all Jd rue help a suit r were
then In lotting tUngt1t the iJ siife siifeAll r rAU
AU his hashed t tIitiigh u h lii mlnd 11
l less time thaaJttiPtf t n tell It it and It t j
too took ev even I ia tlmror thiime for mm him t to teact1 a
decision Ht wooll1 fell tile 1o vJllaJ iliaIs s or
die lnth in the aUeJ1pt Me ne d dathod hoo lTOUl1 lTOUl1the around
the CO corner I11 oC the buldlni bhllhdin tore open th thwindow f h hwindow
window and chunbfrCII l thiOUgti l ou h 11ltn h lr
tyitted IIttd au4t th tue only Wordihe c could u utter utteror lt > r
for or the rest of the day were ere WhntU WhntUou IVhathtyou
you ou ha haTb have haveThe
Tb The eqztest test Gf ofspade g lide s miciipol 1lPQI ch chorus rtl >
classes was 5ched chei3iLed lted to ge < tUitat qr at that
time of time di1 day But Jt was tiiund und lmet lmetevery thstevery
every other bulldlagl QU th tin irolllJ was wascroded wascrowded
crowded to to the suffocation P point lDt while vhU fI fIbedlam
bedlam reigned I lnali anOUt outdoons OOl1S Then h hwas h hwas
was d decided IdEd to hare the contQst fntbt fntbts In tht
s sOcretarys cretars office The only eO coliieniig t ung
chorus that tralned Jry Mrs E ES1 E Shop p
ard of the Webster school was mireet1
In and thc door lacked to lcc keep p QU Qutvery very
bodyctse eXeent the judges and 1 diestag diestagere s Ig
cera ere This fWaS the Smt 0 QZ aUat Then
Secretary Batemau caIJ1eupo came upou t tjit SCEn scene
knd made his heroic leap thrciugh thu thuwtn timowindow
wtn window ow to save the cash boy c
incIdentally It may be said that Mrs
Shepards class was was awarded hs e gout goutmedal otd otdedal
medal edal and the SIda g1rTswere wcrtl hIShl3CQII1pH hIShl3CQII1pHmented highi ewnplt ewnpltinonted
mented by the jtdg judges5 s for th their irswclt swcot swcotsingiig I ISlngh
Slngh singiig singiigcitoWDS E
C1 citoWDS QWDS nr INKE IrRE HIDyIAY HIDyIAYFreaks Y Y YmreaksKave
mreaksKave Freaks Bave a Busy D Day y Entertain Entertain1mg n crtain crtaining
ing the the iun tlJ P l ks ksTe
Trrc itfr1 M1t1a wa < lt qlp l ika m iti tflq tti ttikids
ki kids 5 and but f1TJI fey nicsed M Jll It Itwaya J t
wa waya crowded and the batkrs JQhlicd l1l1

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