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r THE SALT s LAKE HERALD WEDNESDAY Y NOVEMBER 2 1904 1 S
TilE SALT tAlE HERALD HERALDPublished DE 11ERALDPublished ALD ALDPu
Published Pu lished Every Day D r in the Year YearBY Y YearBY r rBY
BY THE HERALD COMPANY COMPANYDrMOCRATIC COFIPANYDMOCRATIC
DEMOCRATIC TICKET TICKETPOR
FOR PRESIDENT PRESIDENTAlton P P1tSIDENTAlton IDENT IDENTAlton
Alton B B Boa Parker ParkerTOR ParkerFOU
TOR oa VICEPRESIDENT VIOEPRESIDENTHenry VIOEPREIDENTHenry
Henry G Davis DavisFOn Davisov
Toil ov PRESIDENTIAL PRESID T AL ELECTORS ELECXOllSa1I1uel BLECTOflSSamuel
Samuel Hewhouse of Salt Lake City crt crtFr
Fred Fr d J J Xiesel of o Ogden OgdenEdward O Ogdendward den denEdward
Edward dward H ff Snow of St George GeorgeF GeorgeFOB
FOB F It CONGRESS CONGRESSrlaudo CONGRESSOrlando
Orlando W Powers of o Salt Lake City CityFOn CityrOft
roit STATE STA E GOVERNOR GOVERNORJames GOVERNORJames I
James H Moyle of Salt Lake City CityPOR CityOR j
POR OR JUSTICE OF SUPREME SUPREMECOURT SPIE1COU
COURT COURTOharles COU COUC1iar1e
Charlerf S Varian of Salt Late La e City CityFOR Cityron
FOR SECRETARY OF O3 STATE STATELev STATELevi SPATELevi
Levi IT Harmon of Price PricePOR PriceFOR PriceFOB
FOR TREASURER TREASURERWilliam TBEASU1ERWilliam I IWilliam
William B BWlison Wilson of Ogden OgdenPOR OgdenFOR OgdenFOB
FOR AUDITOR AUDITORJohn AUDITORrohn
John W Geiger of Park City CityFOItSUPERINTENDENT CityPOB
POR FOItSUPERINTENDENT SUPERINTENDENT OP OFSCHOOLS OPSCHOOLS
SCHOOLS SCHOOLSNathan SCHOOLSNathan
I Nathan T Porter of Centreville CentrevillePOR Centr viUo viUoEOR vifloFoR
FoR ATTORNEY GENERAL GENERALGrant GENERALGrant GENERALGrant
Grant C Bagley of Provo ProvoDISTRICT ProvoDISTRICT
DISTRICT JUDGES JUDGESW
W C Hall S W Stewart Joseph JosephR
H Hurd A N Cherry
District Attorney AttorneyRay Ray Van Cott CottCity CottoCity CottCity
City Judges JudgesMorris Morris Sommer A AS AS AS
S Fowler PowlerJustice FowlerJustice FowlerTUstice
Justice of the Peace PenceWi11ard PenceWi11ardHamer PeaceWiflardThtnier Willard WillardHamer
Hamer HamerConstableSo ThtnierConstableS
Constable ConstableS S Allen AllenDEMOCRATIC AllenDEMOC1tAT AllenDEMOCItATIC
DEMOCRATIC L LEGISLATIVE LEGISLATIVETICKET GISLATlVETICKET
TICKET TICKETSenateJam TICKETSenate7ame
Senate SenateJam James S C Leary Barnard BarnardJ
J T Stewart George D Pyper PyperHouseJohn PyperHoseJoh
House HouseJohn John E Clark George li hD6rn iiDern
Dern J W Stringfellow S E EHamer Eamer EHamer
Hamer amer C H McCoy Culbert CulbertOlson 3 3Olson 1 1Olson
Olson George C Riser Jrr Jr Dr C I IDouglas IDouglas
Douglas Mahonri Spencer Tony Ja Jaco 1aDEMOCRATIC
cobson cobsonDEMOCRATIC co b on onDEMOCRATIC
DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET TICKETCommissioners TICKETCommissionersLong TICKETCommisslonersLong
Commissioners CommissionersLong Long Term W J JHome JHorne J JBorne
Home Short Term 1 Stephen Hays HaysClerk RaysClerkA BaysClerkA
Clerk ClerkA A J Seare SeareAttorneyH ScareAttorneyH
Attorney AttorneyH H C Lund LundAuditorGould LundAuditorGould
Auditor AuditorGould Gould B Blakely DlalelyAssessor13 3lakelyAzsessorE
Assessor Assessor13 B B Quinn QuinnRecorder QuinnRecorderOrson QuinnBecorderOrson
f
Recorder RecorderOrson Orson P Rumel RumelTreasurer 1ume1TreasurerLawrence RumelTreasurer
Treasurer TreasurerLawrence Lawrence awrence H Young YoungSurveyor YoungSurveyorAlmn YoungSurveyorAlma
Surveyor SurveyorAlmn Alma H Rock RockSheriff RockSheri1f BockSheriffArtliur
Sheriff SheriffArtliur Arthur Artl ur P Cummings CummingsSuperintendent CUmmingsSuperintendent CfliinlngSuperintendent
Superintendent of Schools SchoolsJames SchoolsJamesE James
E Moss MossLAST BossLAST
LAST REGISTRATION REGI STRA TIOH CALL CALLsVST CALLL CALLT
L T sVST t ST call for registration registrationJL
JL The committees of the various par partie part101t part1e
tie t101t were busy bus yesterday looking lookingup lookingup
up and taking to the registration of ofttcec oflIe offleei
ttcec lIe citizens who had failed to regis register regi5ter regl3tr ¬
ter Carriages Calri gos were in service ser lce in every everyillatirlet everyt1CBbrlct everyd4etirlet
illatirlet and from the amount of work worktlwtt workbitt workthat
that bitt was as going on a stranger might mightlutftf mightup mightb
lutftf b up imagined ah an election was in pro progress prore progres ¬
gress re It is a great eat pity that the ne necessity necna1ty necQ8Ity ¬
cessity for such work exists existsYve existse exIstsw
w Yve e W < 4 no objection to sending car careither carI1Itg carrg
I1Itg rg for aged infirm or crippled vot vottW1
tW1 > either on registration or on elee election eleetie eleeUn ¬
tion tie dfcysi dY But surely surel when able ablebodied ablebodied ablebotited
bodied men and women wait for car carriages carges caraiges ¬
riages aiges ges their standard of o citizenship is isnot IsDot Isnot
not very high hig True the party part com commlttees com1II1ttees cornttees
mlttees ttees have encouraged this sort of ofUting1 ortMnc ofthing
thing Thay bQY have let l t It be known that thattliey tha1t1tey thatthey
they will send carriages for all voters votersAvho vot voterswho rs rs1vho
who wIlt Its fL fl a time when they desire to toti toU tothven
ti itttvgn n te t the registration office or orl ort1t ortle
t1t l e polte Therefore Therefo1e I many voters de deTh4 deItbf1ratel dolIbertttely
Itbf1ratel wait waitTttta waitTh
Th4 Th committees would do a good goodTvofk goodotk goodWOIk
Tvofk otk and nd save a a lot of money if I they theywqpid theywqpkl theywciiki
wqpid get together and agree to us usa no noMUrfug86 noQ noWilliam
Q < MUrfug86 Ll1rtut Wllltem Jennings jennin s Bryan in inon inOn inOn 1
on oC L hi h Indiana speeches said he hewould heWQuld heoft
would oft advocate the pasage of a law lawr laWre4llrlftg lawe4nrlig
r re4llrlftg i rlrl g overy citizen possessing the theligl theSl the1el
ligl Sl tirallflcntlons tafltIcatIons to vote ote at every everyoTrtetioft everyor everyor
oTrtetioft or etl J or er be l fined In such a law lies liesth liosthf liesthk s
th thf ptfealBle p MIjle solution a > luUon of a groat prob problem probem probiem ¬
lem em If people were required to vote voteour votej voteout
our 0 ur cJuapBigns cU lpatgDS would d be very ery much muchKut muchids
11
as lfl9tY lfl9tYBut
asJut
But Jut ttfte t2fI Is i th t1aolast tiw last call for registra registraitfon registraif I Ion
itfon itfonIf on onJ
If J yOu Ou dW not register yesterday or oron orOft oroI r
on oI on o 0f r the other days sat apart for forregislMtlah formistfatttOh foriegihattIan
regislMtlah you must register today todayor
or r you Y b II will 111 lose the vote you should shouldCf9t Sllouldgt shouldct
Cf9t gt n next tt Tuesday No other oppor opportunlty opporunity opportunlb
unity will be offered you The regis regisIratien registratiun registratin
Iratien yoeUrday was large larsebut but all allt a11the allthe 1
t the he citizens qlUzefle who arc entitled to vote voteflid votedid ote oteilitl 5
did not register The total la h f far farenougfi farnouC1i farcnougk r
enougfi short of the esUmato s to carry carrythe carrythe carrythe r
the election That is if all those who whoarc whoB whonIe
arc B re not registered should register to today today today ¬
day and tfl ff all should vote ote the same samerway samewaytbQy seinew
rway waytbQy w ay they would oarry the election for fortheir forth fortheir r
their th lr < MU mdates ndldateSIlegistriLtion > mdatesRegistration mdatesneglstrntlon
Registration is more important to toyou toOU toyou 3
you OU Ulan business busIne today Dont fail to tohave tohay tohaveyour 3
have hay haveyour your name placed on the book bookA bookA I
A VACCINATION ARGUMENT ARGUMENTT ARGUMENTIT
IT IT T IS TO BE HOPED that William Williami WilliamMe1rUUan i
I i McMillan W Yo N Williams and all allthe a11tho allthe I
the other thoughtful legislators who whoforced whororeed whoforced 0
forced the passage of a bill making It Itimpoartble ItImpolllfblo It1rnpobl t
impoartble for the board of education educationor 1
or health he < < 1th authorities to exclude unvac unvaccinated umt1ccinated unvaccinated
cinated children from the public publicschools pUbllcschools publIcschools c
schools are satisfied with their work workTh workThf workThese
Th These > se e gentlemen are directly responsi responsible ¬
ble for forth the plague of smallpox in the theLowell theLmell theLowell e
Lowell school If when the t first case casethere ese 9Setilere esethere e
there was ris discovered dt coelod it had bean pos possible poseible poselbie > ¬
sible to t exclude exchi o the unvacelnated chil children ohlldren ohildren ¬
dren w we do not believe any more eases caseswould easeswould easeswould s
would have ba developed developedAs t evelopotlAs
As It is tie disease seems likely to torun torUIl torun o
run through tJlr ugh the building causing loss lossof lossot lossof is
of tlnie late ntelrom from io in studied suffering incon inconvenience Incortvenlencv lncoitvenlenee f ¬
venience possibly death And all be because beause because ¬
cause a majority of the Utah legisla legislature legislnI legisiature ¬
ture a majority sufficient to pass a abill Bbill abill
bill over oerthe the veto of the governor knew knewmore knewmore knewmore nr
I more about the science of Omedioine Omedioinethan medicine medicinethan medicinethan e
than mon mnwho = who have made it their life lifestudy UteI lifestudy e
study and their life work Any reput reputable reputable reputable ¬
able medical practitioner prao Utioner will tell these thesewise thesewise thesewise le
I wise men that vaccination I is a pre preventive preonuv prevontlve i ¬
ventive onuv the tli hp only on1y1q1own known preventive of ofsmallpox otsmallpox ofsmallpox > f
smallpox And y t they say that to tocompel tocompel tocompel o
compel parents to have thoir Children Childrenvaccinated diinarenva childrenI n
I vaccinated va Inated Is aft inf InfJtiI1 infugznqnt HBamo Ag1 nt of their theirpersonal theiri theirpersonal lr
i personal per oJ1al Ubert UbertI liberty
I
As well ell might the t saloon man who whowants whowants whowants
wants to sell whisky whiskY on Sunday the thegambler thcgambler thegambler
gambler who wants ants to conduct cOJ coilu u t his ne nefarious nefarIous nefarious
farious business all the tinfe tlm talk talkabout t tlkabout lk lkabout
a about personal person l liberty l1bert We r wonder won er if ifthe ifthe Ifthe
the antlvacclnatorii3ts see s e any ny signif slgnlrficance signiffieance significance
ficance in the fact that of otaU all the chll chlldren chIldren hiI hiIdren
dren wild have been be n attacked attack d by small smallpox smallpox smallpox
pox in the Lowell school not one had hadever hadover
ever been successfully vaccinated V cci ated We WeWonder Wewonder WeWonder
Wonder it the parents of those children childrendo
do not Wish now that they had been beenguided beenguided
8 guided by bythe the advice of men men who know know1nfinit knowiiuiniteiy
li Infinitely 1nfinit ly more ore about the treatment t e tment and andprevention andprevention andprevention
P prevention of diseaee dise ee than they can canever canevel canover
ever hope to know knowNo knowNo knowNo
No better betterarguinent argument infavor In 1301 of com compulsory cornpuisory
p pulsory vaccination could coul possibly be befJ1rl1Jshcd befpriishd
furnished than that found In the theLowell i
I Lowell school case cns The same trou troublfc trou1 trou1bl troubla
blfc bl D > is likely to ocour in any school schoolbuilding schoolbuilding
building D in in Salt Lake City for a large largeproportion largeproportion largeproportion
p proportion of the theehildretl children thanks tht1n1js to toJgnoranceand toIgnorance
ignorance Jgnoranceand and prejudice have never neverbeen neverbeen
t been vaccinated That there Is no way wayof ay ayot
o of keeping them out of school until untilthey untilthey untilthey
t they are vaccinated Is nothing short of ofa ota ofa
a colossal crime crImeANOTHER crimeANOTHER
ANOTHER MALEFACTOR FREED FREEDannbunces FRE D Df
A 1 N ASSOCIATEU ASOCXATEPRESS PRESS dlspatch dispatch dispatchiI f I
iI announces ann unC S another miscarriage of ofjustice ofjustice I IjusUCfJ
j justice in Minneapolis Former FormerMayor FormerMayor I
3 Mayor Alonzo lonzo A Ames meshas has been tried triedfor I Itor
l for tile third time for acceptingbribes acceptingbribesA aCC acceptii UIig bribes bribesA
A single juror held held out ou for r r acquittal acquittaland acquittaltAud acquittaltnd
and the result was a mistrial It is be believed beIleved ¬ i ilIeved
lieved that Ames will wIn not be tried triedagain triedagain I Iagain
8 again not because he is innocent or orbecause orbecause
because anybody seriously serlousl believes beUeeshim beUeeshimto him himto himto
j to be Innocent but because b c use it seems seemsimpossible seemsJmposslbe iseemsimpossible
j impossible to send sLndhim him to the peniten penitentiary penitentiar penitentiary ¬
t tiary tiaryAmes tiar tiaryAmes
tiarAm
Ames Am s was wus a grafter of grafters graftersWhen sraCterSWh grafterWhen
When Wh n he h was cs mayor n yor of Minneapolis UnI1e olfs it itwas itwas Itwas
was a a notorious fact faotthat that th t he h shared In Inthe inthe inthe
t the proceeds of ot robberies and other othercrimes othercrlmes othercrimes
crimes at least indirectly Indlrectlit it was a no notorlous nottJrIous nottrlous
l torlous fact that he e levied tribute on oncrooks oncroolts oncrooks
c crooks and criminals of every descrip descriptlon descriptJon descriptlon
t tlon It was w s shown at his first trial trialthat trialthat trialthat
t that he had received money in a 3 speci speciflc specific speeific
f fic case and he h was wasQonvlated Convicted The T e case casewas casewas casewas
was taken to the Minnesota supreme supremecourt supremecourt supremecourt
c court and reversed on a barefaced barefacedtechnicality barefacedt barefacedtechnicality
t technicality technicalityThe chnicallt chnicalltThe
v The jury disagreed at the second trial trialand trillland trialand
and as stated the same result or lack lackOf lackOf lackcc
Of reault was obtained from the third thirdand thirdancl thirdand
and last hearing 11 nrng Discouragement on onthe onthe onthe
t the part of theprosecutron the prosecution at at its fail failure failUre failtire ¬
x ure to punish Ames is not to be won wondered Wontiered
dered t at It would seem that every ef eforf elort eftort
tort < ort te t convict him has been made One Onewas Onewas Onewas
was frustrated by a complaisant su supreme su suprpme stiprrne ¬
preme court and two others by jury jurymen jurymen jurymen ¬
men who may mu have been offered some someinducement someinducement someInducement
i inducement to o vote Jor for Ames acquit acquittal acquittal acquittal ¬
t tal In the th lighter light GC this caseone case one One is in inclined inollncd InliflCd ¬
clined to ask if f It is i ii possible to convict convicttny convicttn
tny tn fly criminal in Minnesota provided providedthat providedthat providedthat
that crlminsl l has money and friends friendsTho friendsThe friendsThe
The praclic 1 acquittal of Ames also alsomakes alsomaltps alsomakes
makes us irore inclined to favor the thethccrv thethCCT thetiwcrv
thccrv thCCT ofvone of th the justices of the su supreme suprEme supremo ¬
preme court of the United States that thatthaie thatthee thatthce
thee shoujl be no right of appeal In Incriminal Incrtminlt incriminal
criminal cases cases It is s true that injustice injusticemigrit injusticemiglit injusticemigiit
migrit p iiI < ssibly S iDl be L done in some in instances Instancus instances ¬
stances but in the great gr at majority the theamendment theamendment theamendment
amendment to cur criminal crirltlnal code co dO would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be benfeficialto btIU11cial tl ihq 1 bq public morals Cer Certainly Certainly Certainly ¬
tainly there could be no rational rationaobje rationaobjeUonto objec objection objecLion ¬
Lion Uonto to an amendment that would wo ld pre prevent prevont provent ¬
vent the reversal rle 1 of convictions on onpurely 011pur onpurCly
purely pur Jy tec technical nical grounds groundsArflongr groundsA groundsAslong
Arflongr A long u it appears from the rec records records records ¬
ords of a court of original jurisdiction jurisdictionthat juris iction ictionthat
that a n defendant ef niIsnt nvas vtIJ properly convict convicted ¬
ed e the fact that an improper question questionwas questionwas
was permitted or something of that thatsort thatsort thatsort
sort occurred should not warrant a re reversal reV reversal ¬
versal V versalPROGRESS rsft1 rsft1PROGRESS
PROGRESS OF CAMPAIGN CAMPAIGNO CAMPAIGNO
LY FIVE MORE MOltEworking working days are areleft arelcft areleft
OSLY O
left in the campaign of 1904 The Thereal Thereal Thereal
real work will probably have been beenfinished beenfinfshed beenfinished
finished by Saturday night next All that thatwJ11 thativill
will remain for Monday will be the therutting therutting therutting
rutting of the finishing touched on the theparty thcparty theparty
party machinery What of the outlook outlookin
in Utah UtahRoports UtahRopotts
Reports received by The Herald from fromrcorrespondents fromuorresporclents fromorresPori
rcorrespondents orresPori ents in various sections of ofthe otthe orthe
the state indicate that a great surprise surpriseis
is I In store st re for the Republicans who whohave whohave whohave
have been confidently claiming that the theonly theonlY theonly
only question worth orth considering is as asto asto
to the size of the Republicanmajority RepublicanmajorityWehardly RepublicanmajorItyVVe IicpublIcan majority majorityWe
Wehardly VVe hardJrth1n think even the Republicans Republicansseriously RepubUcan8seriously Republicanseeriousiy
seriously believe they are going to tomake tomakc tomake
make a runaway race of it There Is Isno Isno Isno
no apparent reason for their confidence confidenceif
if confidence they possess possessThe ossess ossessTl1edrlt
The Tl1edrlt drift of ssntimert sontim ntis Is not toward towardthe towardthe
the Republicans but toward the Dem Democr Dernocrats
ocrats ocr ts McKInley carried the state in
1900 by a a plurality of just 218S 2l 21e vote voteAll votesAu ote oteAll
All Au of us remember the tremendous in influences infiucn influoncee ¬
fluences fiucn e that were brought to bear in inthat Inthat Inthat
that year e8r for the success of the Repub RepubBean Republican
lican ticket The state committee had hadpractically hadpractlcall hadpractically
practically limitless funds it had a aperfect aperfect
perfect organization its campaign was wasably wasably
ably conducted conductedThis conductedThis conductedThis
This year the committee has had no nogreat nosroat nogroat
great amount of money mone ttye organiza organizatlon organiztlon organiztlion
tlon is not worthy of the th namcjand namci and the thecampalSJ1 thecampaign
campaign as far as honest merit goes goeswas goeswas
was exploded before it was fairly fairlylaunched fairlylaunched
launched Instead of fair stIuare fight fighting fightIng
ing the th Republican n battle has been beenconducted beenconducted
conducted mainly with the aid of lies liesand liesand liesafld
and misrepresentations ns Almost from fromthe fromthe
the outset there there has not been the slight slightest slightest slightest
est appearance of decency decenc We dojiot dojiotbelieve do not notb notbelieve
believe b lleve the people of Utah will ill endorse endorssuch endorsesuch
such a campaign in the only way it Itcould itcould
could b endorsed endorsedby by electing el ctlng the Re Republican Republicat1 Republicati
publican ticket ticketTheDemocratic ticketTheDemocratic ticketThe
TheDemocratic The Democratic canvass has been beencl beenclean
clean cl an able and fair the xact antitho antithesis antithosls antithosis ¬
sis of the Republican canvass Judge Judgeo
0 W V Powers candidate for congress congressTames congressJames
James H Mrfyle 1t yle candidate for gov gO gOornor govornor
ornor and all the th other Democratic Democraticnominees Democraticnominees Democraticnominees
nominees and speakers have confined confinedthemselves confinedthemselves confinedthemselves
themselves to proper issues Ocoaslon Ocoaslonally Occasionally
ally they have felt the necessity necessIt of orpayIng ofpaying
payIng some attention to the Republic Republican
an slanders and villiflcations but hav havIng haying
ing nailed the lies they have proceed proceeded
ed on l legitimate gitim te lines lin iinsThe s sThe
The Democratic nominees l1omin s will win winbecause winbecause
because they th y should win because they theyarc theyare
are the < abler men because they will willifl willgLye
iglye ifl e the state swte an abler administration administrationn adml 1lstr a iop iopand
and because b cause the only way tosecure to Isecure Isecurepc se ure urepe
peace pc lc b bcratic fit jjtab 6h isMveleot IS tij 1e tc thr b foamoicratic foamoi De6to1cratlc
cratic ticket from top to bottom
I S Society SocietyMrs tietY
Mrs Irs E S Ferry was westhe the hostess yea
terday at a luncheon complimentary to i
Mra l1r Victor M Clement Clem nt who leaves I
i Saturday Saturda The decoratirns were we e all in Uti inyellow j
yellow the pumpkins and Jackolan Jackolanterns Jackolanterns j
terns aU suggesting Hall Hailoween 0 wem The Theother Theother
0 other guests ware w re Mrs Heber M I Wells
a Mrs E O Howard Mrs J R Walker alker
3 Mrs A E Walker Mrs trs Benner X
Smith Mrs IrwIn Miss Lillian Wood Woodward Woodward Woodward ¬
ward and Miss Emily Read RendIt ReadIIrs
It ItIrs
Mrs Irs O OW W Powers and son Roger Roerare Rogerare
j1 are back from a visit of several weeks weeksIn Ioeksin
in St Louis They The are accompanied by
3 Mrs Whlpple of ir Burlington la mother mJtheror
c of Mrs lr Powers who will spend some sometime sonictime
I time with the Powers family at Lin Ling LingerIonger
e gerlonger g gerIongerA rlongerA
A table dhote luncheon will 111 be beserved beserved beserved
served today at the Country club and andIn andIn
j In the afternoonthe afternoon the finals in the golf golttournament golftournament
i t tournament will be played between lietveenMiss betweenMiss
2 Miss Lillian Woodward W odward and Mistj MIsKatherine MisiKatherine
Katherine Judge JudgeMrs JudgeMrs
Mrs J C Cutler has issued invita Im1tatlons invitations
t tlons for a large euchre party to be begiventhis beglventhls begiven
giventhis given this afternoon at her residence resIdenceon
on West Temple street streetit streetMiss
it tI tIIlss
Miss Ilss Zulu Houtz of Provo is visiting
in the city for a short time timet timeMiss
v t i iMiss
Miss Addie Zane left yesterday for torCllcago forciicago
Chicago where she will spend the win wInter winter
j ter with Mr and Mrs John Zune Zunellono Zaneitollo
RoIIo Watson who has spent sp nt the thepast thepast thepast
past six months in South America is isexpected isexpected isexpected
expected back In the city this evening eveningRev eveningRev
Rev and Mrs Irs C A Hunting have havereturned havereturned
T returned from a visit of a fortnight at at5t
St Louis LouislIrs LouisMrs
Mrs Jacob Moritz has gone to San SanFranclsca SanFrancIsco SanFrancIsco
FrancIsco for a visit with friends friendsMlS8 friendsMiss
Miss Lulu McNeil entertained a a few fewfriends fewfriends fewfriends
friends at a Halloween party partYIonday partYIondayevening Monday Mondayevening Mondayevening
evening at her home on C street streetMr streetif streetMr
if
Mr and Mrs S L J Crawford of Seat Seattle Seattie
tie Wash on their return from New NewYork NewYork
York and the St Louis touI fair are spend spending spending spendIng ¬
ing a few days da with Mr and Mrs
George < A Black 522 First street streetMrs
I IMrs
a
Mrs T F Singiser and her daughter daughterIrs daughterMrs
Mrs Irs G H Rathman have gone to toSioux toSioux
Sioux City Ia Mrs Mr Rathmans home hometo hometo
to remain m in some time They have been beenspending beenspending
spending several months with Captain CaptainSinsiser CaptainSingiser
Singiser at the Knutsford Captain CaptaInSingiger CaptainSingiser
Singiser has removed to the Alta club clubJames clubJames
James Killeen left last night for the thefall thefair
fair and to visit his hisparents parents In Buffalo BuffaloN
N Y YMrs Y1trs
Mrs O D Brown assisted by Miss MissHelena MissHelena fiSs fiSsHelena
Helena Walsh entertained at a chil childrens childrens childrens
i drens Halloween party It was a nut nutcracksnapapplespook nutcracksnapapplespook nutcracksnapapplespcok
cracksnapapplespook party All came camemasked
I masked and In suitable Halloween cos costume costutne
tume each witha with a lighted pumpkin An Anaddress Anaddress Anaddress
address of welcome welc me to the spooks was wasread wasread wasread
read and as each childs name was wasbrought wasbrought wasbrought
brought Into the reading r adIng if the he name namewas namewas namewas
was not immediately recognized he or orshe orSh orshe
she Sh had to pay a forfeit which caused causedi causedgreat causedgreat
i great merriment There were music and andi andgames
i games the future was ras told and fortunes fortunesI fortuneshinted fortuneshinted
I hintedat hinted at In the thenutraisIn nut raisin apple cof cofj co cofee coffee
j fee tea water and candle tests Re ReI RefreshmcntscomSisung Refreshments
I freshments freshmcntscomSisung consisting of apples raisins raisinsnuts raisinsnuts
nuts candies popcorn balls dough doughnuts doughnuts doughnuts ¬ I
nuts and fancy cookies were served dt
930 oclock Those present were Hor Hortense HortenseYoung i itenseYoung
tenseYoung tense Young Evelyn Donelson Louise1 Louise1Crosbj Louise LouiseCrosb LouiseCrosby
Crosby Crosb Clair Riter Zetha Hammer HammerEvelyn HammerLenora HammerLenora
Lenora Smith Marguerite Danes DanesEelyn DaynesEvelyn
Evelyn Moyle Helen Leiff Rose Jesson JessonKatie JessonKatie JessonKatie
Katie Burns Huldarose Brown Heber HeberYoung HeberYoung HeberYoung
Young Hooper Knowlton Arthur Ber Berryman Blrryman Berryman
ryman Ray Berryman Elmer Love Lovelace Lovelace Lovelace ¬
lace Adolph Birch Harry Halton HaltonMack Haltonlack HaltonMack
Mack Groesbeck Ray Donelson and andSidney andSidney andSidney
Sidney Chalker ChalkerAT ChalkerAT
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T HE question has often been asked askedHow askedHow askedI
THE I How does It feel to make a con contest contest eontest ¬
test for the presidency and then thenmiss thenmiss thenmiss
miss it itsometimes sometimes by the slenderest slenderestof slen erest erestot
of margins Only one of the candi candidates candidates candidates ¬ I
dates now before the people can be beelected beelected beelected
elected in November the others must mustbe mustbe mustbe
I be defeated How will the vanquished vanquishedaccept vanquishedaccept anquishedaccept
accept their defeat asks a ks the New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York Sun In many instances our ourpresidents our ourpresldent9 ourpresidents
presidents have tasted of botlv the bit bitter bitter bitter ¬
ter and the sweet of politics They Theyhae Theyhave
have known what it was to go down downin downin downIn
in defeat and they have also experi experienced LxperJcnced experienced ¬
enced the emotion of victory This wad wadthe wasthe wa wathe
the case with ith John Quincy Adams AdamsMartin AdamsMartin AdamsMartin
Martin Van Buren Bur n General Benjamin BenjaminHarrison BenjaminHarrison BenjaminHarrison
Harrison and Grover Cleveland ClevelandThese ClevelandThesc ClevelandThese
These men seemed to accept both vic ¬
tory and defeat witlv philosophy In Inother Inother Inother
other countries an unsuccessful dash dashfor dashtor dashfor
for a throne Is frequently followed by bytragic bytragic
tragic consequeiices Here it Is ac accepted accepted accepted ¬
cepted as a regular occurrence once oncein onceIn oncein
in every four years yearsIt yearsIt yearsIt
It was Henry Clay who said that he hewouldrather hewould hewould
wouldrather would rath rather r be right than president presidentHis presidentHis
His unsuccessful attempts to achieve achievehis achievohis achievehis
his dearest ambition are known to toevery toeyery toevery
every American AmericanAfter AmericanAfter AmerIcanAfter
After his defeat by Andrew Jackson Jacksonhe Jackronhe
he felt very cry bitter bitterand and did not attempt attemptto
to conceal his feelings From that day dayuntil dayuntil dayuntil
until the hour of his death the pos possibility DOSSiblUty posSibility ¬
sibility of reaching the presidency at atsome atEome atsome
some time never entirely entire deserted him himand himand himand
and even after his defeat by Polk In InIS44
1844 he made a hard fight against Tay Taylor Ta Talor Tavbr ¬
lor in 1848 lSt8his his last great political bf bet bettie t ttle ttie
tie tleThose
Those who ho follow the fortunes of ofpresidential ofpresidential ofpresidential
presidential candidates are sometimes sometimesconsumed sometimesconsumed sometimesconsumed
consumed with greater reater energy and andfeeling andfeeling andfeeling
feeling than their chiefs chl fs At t the time timethat Um Umthat timethat
that Jackson was chosen for the pres presidency presIdency presidency ¬
idency Mr Scott who was then the thesole thesofe thesole
sole representative of Missouri in the thelower theloer thelower
lower house of congress elected to cast casthie casthi9 casthis
his vote for Joln Quincy Adams Sen Senatpr Senltpr Sonatpr
atpr Ben Benton Ion who was a violent par partisan DarUsan partisan ¬
tisan of Old Hickory denounced the theact theact theact
act of Mr lr Scott as a grave crime and andin andIn andIn
in the couree of a letter said to the theoeffnder theoefCndcl theoeffnder
oeffnder oeffnderI oefCndclFOr oeffnderFor
I For nine years we have beenclosely beencloselyconnected been loseh closeiyconnected I Iconnected
connected in our political course At Atlength Atlength Atlength
length the connection is s dissolved and andI anddissolved j
I dissolved under circumstances which whichmustmean whichmustmean hici hicimust
mustmean must mean our everlasting separation separationTomorrow separationTomorrow separationTomorrow
j Tomorrow is i the day of your selfim selfimI selfimmolation selfmimolation
i I molation If you have an enemy he hemay htmay hemay
may go and an feed his eyes e eycson es on the saarie saarieYour scerleYour scefieYour
Your former friends will 111 shun the af affecting aftecUm atfeeting ¬
fecting spectacle spectacleGeneral GeatacleGeneral ciieetacleGeneral
General Winfield Scott Hancock was wasdates wasone wasone
one of the defeated defeatedpresldentlal presidential candi candidates
dates who accepted acce ted the th result with withgreat withgreat withgreat
great calmness His wife ife reported that thatat thatat thatat
at 7 oclock oh the evening of the elec election election election ¬
tion he yielded to extreme weariness wearinessafter wearinessafter wearinessafter
after five months of hard campaign campaigning campaignIng campaignlag ¬
ing and went to bed begging her not notto notto notto
to disturb him as the news n ws of the theresult theresult theresult
result could wait till the next morn morning mornIng mornlag ¬
ing ingAt
At daylight he awoke and turning
to his wife asked forth news She Shesteeled Shtsteeled Shssteeled
steeled herself up uptoithe to the ordeal and andsaid andsaid andsaid
said as quietly as possible possibleIt possibleIt
It has been a a complete Waterloo Waterloofor Waterloofor Vaterlootor
for you youThat youThat
I
That is all right he answered I Ican 1can Ican
can stand it itAnd ItAnd itAnd
And in another moment he was wasasleep wasaaIcep wasasleep
asleep again The onlydlsappointment onlydlsappointmenthe
he gave expression to was concerning
the difference his defeat would make makeIn
In the future to many of his hlsfriond hiefriondeHe friends friendsHe
He attended the inauguration of his hiscompetitor hIscompetitor hiscompetitor I
competitor and writing to a friend on onthe onthe i
the eve of his departure deDarturefor for the na national natiotlal ¬
tional capital he said saidYes saidYeo snithYes
Yes I am going to Washington on onthe onthe onthe
the 3d of March for afew a few days Gen General Genral General ¬
eral ral Sherman my commariains1 Commazj Iing officer officerhas officerhas ofilcerhas
has asked me to be present I have haveno havenoright I Ino
no noright right to any personal er 0l1a1 feeling Ung in the thematter theI theIm thematter
matter m tter1t It is Isclcarly clearly my m dills d ap aa sol soldier 1 1dler l ldier ¬
dier t to < obey
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Mtr Att r sonte oth m Reference rfrer referne nce < tOMhttrni oher mat matters nl tteis t ttc ¬
ters tc hfe h adds dds
What I cn C ce 11 do in Washington with I
dignity I will mao do I do not expect to o
be in adan advance e or ot follow the trl tn tnUmphal t
umphal car either on foot or on horse horseback honseb horseback
back b ck I only expect to do my level levelbast levelbast levelbest
bast I wonder wond how they did these thesethings thesethIngs
things In nome When I return from fromWashington rom romVasblngton
Washington I can tell you ou how the theAmerican theAmerican theAmerican
American people do it under the new newcensus newcensus newcensus
c census Fifty millions of people poo > le have havea haveWay
a way of their own you kn6y kn knO W I
Very few men cameynearer the pros presIdency pre preidenc prosidency =
j Idency wllhout obtaining the coveted covetedprIze covetedprize
prize < than James G Blaine and yet yethe yethe yethe
he managed to accept his fate with withbetter withbetter withbetter
better Di grace than Henry Clay the theother thei theiother theother
o other idol of his party partyIt i iIt
It was in the convention of 1876 that thatIngersoll thatIngersoll
Ii IiK Ingersoll made his famous Plumed PlumedKnIght PlumedKnight j
K jviugiiL KnIght speecu speech but oui In m spite j > ne 01 or that thatoutburst thatOutburst uiui uiuioutburst <
O1 outburst of oratory orator Haye j was the thesuccessful th thysuccessful i isuccessful
s successful man J11 n B Before < fore the decisive decisivevote decisivevote
v vote had been fully counted Blaine Blainewas Blatnewas Blamesas
was v writing a letter of congratulation congratulationto
t to < Hayes and assuring him that Maine Mainewould Maineould Mainewould
M would ould give ie him as big a majority asi as as1t asIt
It would have given himself himselfWhen himsclfWhen himselfWhen
When Blaine did receive the nom nomInatlon nomInatfon ¬
ination he was confident of his elec election election dcction ¬
tj tion His defeat mast have been a se severe severe severe ¬
v vere disappointment but If It was he hecontrolled hecontroUed hecontrolled
c controlled < his feelings fe lIngs very success successfully successtully successfully ¬
t fully The day following the election electionWilliam electionWilliam electionWilliam
William Walter alter Phelps sent him a telegram tele telegram telegrain ¬
s gram of condolence ending with vItI Itt hAre hAreyou Are WAreyou Areyou
y you fairly well wellBlaine wellBlaine wellBlame
Blaine answered Never better in inmy Inmy inray
n my life lifeWriting lifeWriting lifeWriting
Writing to Mr Phelps afterward he hesaid hesaId hesaid
Si said
saidQur
Qur special misfortune was w S the loss lossof lossof lossof
0 of both New Jersey and Connecticut ConnecticutI ConnecticutIclar
I Iclar clae them both as easily ea ny preventable preventableaccidents prevjntable prevjntableccldents prevntableaccidents
a accidents I was not sustained sustainedjn fn the thecanvass thecanvass thecanvass
c canvass by b many man who had personally personallya
a aU far greater stake than I They are arelikely aFellkel arelikely I
U likely llkel to have ha ve leisure for reflection reflectionIf
If the country is lost it will be some somesatisfaction Bornesatisfaction omc omcsatisfaction
satisfaction to realize that the class classwhich classwhich classwhich
which i permitted it to be sacrificed will willfeel willleel willfel
x feel the result most keenly But I fear fearyou fearyoU fearyou j
you will think me ill natured if I keep keepon keepon
on ° i am not and feel as placid as assummers a asummers a asummers
Sl summers day dayPersonally dayPersonally dayPersonally
Personally I care less than my near nearest nearest nearest ¬
est friends would believe but for the thecause thecause thecause
cause j of my many friends I profoundly
deplore the result resultProbably resultProbably resuliProbably
Probably the th most tragic episode in inthe Inthe inthe
the history of presidential elections was wasthe wasthe wasthe
t the candidacy of Horage Greeley fol followed followed followed
1 lowed < by the breaking down of his ro robust robust robust ¬
to bust body and mind and by his death deathQuite deathQuite deathQuite
Quite different was the effect of de defeat defeat ¬
f feat of General G neral Benjamin F Butler Butlerwho Butlerwho Butlerwho
v who might be termed the free lance lancecandidate lancecandldat lancecandidate
c vc candidate for the presidency presid ncy He ap appealed appealed ¬
p pealed to the adherents of the Labor Laborand Labornnd Laborand
a and Greenback party palt and when the thevotes thevotes thevotes
v votes were counted and It was found foundthat foundthat foundthat
t that he had been followed by a very verysmall verysmaH verysmall
s small minority minorlt he was as cheerful and andhappy andhappy andhappy
l happy as It was possible for even a afJUccessfql asuccessfql
o ouccessfu1 candidate to be beHe beHe beHe
He insisted at that time and even up
t to the time of his death that Mr MrCleveland 111Cleveland MrCleveland
r Cleveland was not legally elected He Hecontended lIecontended Hecontended
c contended that there were enough votes votescast votescast
cc
c cast for him several times over In New NewYork NewYork NewYork I
York state to have prevented Mr MrClevelands MrClevel MrClevelands
Clevelands Clevel nds election but that in many manyof manyot manyof
of the polling places they were not notcounted notco notcounted
r counted co nted for him but for Cleveland He Hesaid Hesaid Hesaid
said once onceI
I intended to have an investigation investigationmade
made with the aid of John Kelly K l1y who whowas whowas whowas
was then the Tammony boss and who whowas whowas whowas
was opposed to Mr Cleveland but aft after alter af t ter ¬
er the election Mr Ir Kelly took sick and andremained andremained
remained bedfast so s long that I finally finallyabandoned final1 final1abandoned finallyabandoned I
abandoned the Idea of a contest contestNo contestNo i iNo
No one ever knew kne just how Samuel SamuelJ samuelJ I
J Tilden felt over the result of the con contest contest conteat ¬
test in 1876 He was a bachelor and andquite andquite andquite
quite reserved In his personal habits habitsand habitsand I
and his inmost thoughts and feelings feelingswere feelingsWere
were known to very ver few men menHe menHe menHe
He was practically a recluse after the theelection theejection theelection j
election and retired to his apartments apartmentsand I Iand
and was extremely cautious in all that j i I
he said or did concerning con ernlng the contro controversy controversy controversy ¬ i
versy of that time timeGeneral timeGeneral timeGeneral i
General McClellan was a very ery much muchdisappointed muchdisappointed muchdisappointed t
disappointed man when hen he learned of ofthe orthe ofthe
the results Qf his political campaign campaignbut
but he was scarcely scarce h surprised at tha tharesult th thresult i iresult
result and had very ver eryiittle little to say sa about aboutit
it even to his ritiirjates ritiirjatesGrover nVt iithijatescroter ates atesaroVer
Grover Cleveland received the an announcement announcement announcement ¬
nouncement of the result in 1888 with a astolidity astolIdity astolIdity
stolidity of countenance that amazed amazedwhere amazedwhere amazedwhere
where it did not Irritate his friends friendsThey friendsThey
They had gone into the campaign in inth6 Inth IathC I
thC th belief that It was a sure thing and andwhen anflWhen andwhen
when the returns of the th election were werereceived werereceived werereceived
received they sustained a shock from fromwhich fromwhich fromwhich
which they did not recover for many
days daysBut daysBut daysBut
But Cleveland himself received the thereturns thereturns
returns with a calmness that would wouldhave wouldhave wouldhave
have made the Sphinx look like a nerv nervous nenous nervous ¬
ous and Irritable pile of rocks roc s Before Beforedusk Beforedusk Beforedusk
dusk of the thedaJ day when the result was wasknown wasknown wasknown
known he was calmly arranging arr nging his hisplans hIsplanf hisplanS
plans for one of his hi favorite fishing
trips tripsThis tripsThis tripsThIs
This apparent indifference to results resultswas resultswas resultswas
was also true of Benjamin HarrIson Harrispnwho HarrIsonwho Harriqonwho
who thought that he would be elected electedIn
In 1892 He had given a good admin administratlon administraUon administration
istratlon and times were fairly pros prosperous pr08pt proslerous
perous pt > rous but in spite of that fact he went wentdown wentdown wentdownin
down downin in defeat He took the result like likea
a stoic and immediately began to make makepreparations makepreparations makepreparations
preparations for lecturing and for re resuming resuming resuming ¬
suming his practice of the law lawWilliam lawWilliam lawWilliam
William Jennings Bryan while > hlte not notshowIng notshowing
showing the coldness and Indifference Indifferenceof
of Cleveland and Harrison received receivedthe receivedthe receivedthe
the news of his hi two defeats with a acalmness aca1mness acalmness
calmness which was a proof of the theselfcontrol theselfcontrol theselfcontrol
selfcontrol of the man He heard the thenews thenews thenews
news of thjj th the result of his first cam campaign campaign campaign
paign at his home in Lincoln Neb Nebwith Nebwith Nebwith
with a smiling countenance and If ho hofelt lIefclt hefelt
felt any chagrin he did not show it itto itto itto
to those Who surrounded him His suc successful succasseul successful ¬
cessful competitor on each occasion had hadnot hadnot hadnot
not been fairly inaugurated before the thechampion thechampion thechampion
champion of the silver forces was lay la laing laying
ing out the plans for the contest four fouryears fouryears fouryears
years from that time timeA
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Boston Post PostO
0 come ome off feller this aint much of ofa ora ofa
a storm said the man who never got gotto gotto gotto
to the carbarn till all the plows were wereout wereouL vereout
out outYoud
Youd oorter been b en with me in the 96 86storm 96storm 96storm
storm then youd oud seep more snow I Iwas Iwas Iwas
was down on the S S W V road thenrunning then thenrunning thenrunning
running with Shorty McGuInness McGuInnessEver McGuinn McGuinnsiiWer SS SSElver
Ever tell you how I i took Shorty to tothe tothe
the hospital hospitalWell hospitalVell hospitalWell
Well Vell twas this way Wed been out outmost outmost
most a week and was about all In Wed Wedjust Wedjust Wedjust
just had a fe feed < d and a shave and turned turnedin
in when Shorty was took sick sickWe sickYe sickWe
We Ye got a M D and he said aid twas twasappendicitis tWMappendicitis twaappendicitis
appendicitis and his only chance was wasan wasa1 wasa
an a operation operationTheres operaliunTheres operationTheres
Theres a little hospital about five fivemiles ficmUes fivemiles
miles from there but Shortys sister sisterinlaws slsterIplaws sisteriplaws
Iplaws mother had voted against the theHldtlUAl
matron HldtlUAl OW so we C VUUlUii couldnt l get CL him illlli 111 in there thereThere thereThere lilCi t tThere
There wasnt another hospital within withinthirty withintl1irty withinthirty
thirty miles and the steam road was wasblocked wasblocked wasblocked
blocked so we couldnt get him in over overthat oyerthat overthat
that or a surgeon out outBees outuBc outBCi3S
uBc Bees s didnt know what 11at to do Shorty Shortywas Shortywas Shortywas
was a good man and we all liked him himI
I thought a minute then says saysSay Say
Ill rlltakeShorty take Shorty to thij thi th hospital hospitali hOspitalBoss hOspitalBoss
i Boss shoQk his head Cant do it Ithe ithe
i he said Our lines the only one open openand openand openand
and they say sa theres drifts as big as a abarn nbarn abarn
barn down In the Springfield road Be Besides Besides Besides ¬
sides hed die x On > n the way wayDont waJDont wayDont
Dont talk to me about Shjrtys dy ¬
ing1 ins I said Weve run many a a trip
together and I guess gue well make this thisone thisone
one Why Shortys just like a brother brotherto
i
to me spose Id let Ie lethiin him die dieGive dieGive
4 Give GIv me m e old 0 Id 720anil 2 aniJ Abe Wilde i1de on onthe onthe
the rear end and well W l make It all allright allrIght allbright
right rightBosslooked rIghtBoss
Bosslooked Boss looked at t me All right ne hesaid nesaid I Isaid
said and started for the barn across acrossthe acrossthc I Ithe
the street streetI
I jumped into me felts grabbed my mycoat mycoat mycoat
coat and mittens Then we loaded loadedShorty loadedShorty loadedhortyand
Shorty hortyand and the doctor and priest aboard aboardand aboardand aboardand
and started I looked at my watch watchjust watchjust atch atchjust
just eight minutes minutespnst past 10 10Telegraph 10Telegraph 10Telegraph
Telegraph the Springflelders rs were werecgmIhg
tco feoming cgmIhg m nS and a n d to kggp li qptheir pthe their 11 plows P 10B out pf ptthe
Jt11e the wa war rhOoll I holliis qm the boss jumpS iumpdof Qr1
f > of t thenpu then S puther her onfthe nrt e lo looi looiS p
I
Ihad 1 hadntne nine miles of our own track trackthree trackthree trackthree
t three straight str ight then a curve or two twoWe twoVe two4we
4we We Ve passed the first block just as1 as1got as I Igot Igot
got one arm Into my coat sleeve an another another another ¬
other with the next sleeve then thenQne thenQnewlth one onewith pnewith
with every button then th n rounded thecurve the thecurve thecurve
c curve rear trucks In air come down on onthe onthe onthe
the trade all right and kept on 720 720was 720was 20 20was
was an oldtimer but ut gee couldnt shego she shego shego
go gor v vI
I Ifelt felt fel her fly tl and got Into my mit mittens mittens mittens
l tens and cap pulled down snug snug just as aswe aswe aswe
we left our track and started out on the theS theS theS
S Ws W rails railsAt i iAt IAt
At first the snow was deep but level leveland leveland
and we lost somp time but butouf found dour four fourmiles I Imiles 1 1miles
i miles open track when hen we got to Hill Hilltown H111town Hilltown
t town and made It it up upNothor upU upNether I
U Nether car carlong long in five minutes minutesI
I yelled elled at the folks waiting long the theline theline theline
1 line Once answered for all first ones onesheard oneshear onesheard
heard hear the beginning and the last ones onesthe onesthe I
the end endRun endRun endRun
Run then bout fifteen miles Just
1017 pretty good goo all things considered consideredThen consideredThen consideredThen
Then Abe risked his life on the front frontplatform trontplatform frontplatform
platform Spose wellmake It he hesaid hesaid h hsaid
said Course well make m t it got to tomake tomake tomake
make it whats tohlnder t hlnder We chawed chawedgoing chawedgoing chawedgoing
going over the next five miles milesThe milesThe milesThe
The last ten t rt miles was drifted pretty prettybad prettybad prettybad
bad some not moren eight or ten feet feetaverage feetaverage feetaverage
average bout fifteen highest say saytwenty saytwenty saytwenty
twenty twentyI
I just pushed ahead till UUWhoa Whoa She Shestopped Shestoppcd Shestopped
stopped short on top of a hill I could couldsee couldsee couldsee
see the hospital bout a mile further on onstraight onstraight onstraight
straight ahead down grade all the way wayWell owa owaWeB wayWell
Well when she stopped on top of ofthat ofthat ofthat
that hill both machines were w re burnt out outcontrollers outcontrollers outcontrollers
controllers bloym up trolley pole bent bentdouble Qentdouble bentdouble
double trolley wheel gone one whole wholecorner wholecorner Wholecorner
corner of the rear end of the car burned burn burnedclean d dclean
clean off of by a hot box the fender gone goneand 1OMand goneand
and dasher stove in inA InA inA
A little more than half way to the thehospital thehospital thehospital
hospital the track swings off to the theeast theesst theeast
east I knew that if I could get that thatold thatold
old hulk started wed get down hill all allright allright allright
right so I give lve a jump or two and off offshe oftshe offshe
she went slicks a toboggan but when whenshe whenshe whenshe
she got to that curve she kept straight straightahead straightahead straightahead
ahead and stopped as square front of otthat ofthat j jthat
that hospital as a horse hitched to a abutcher abutcher abutcher
butcher cart cartLooked cartLooked j jLooked
Looked at my watch 1039 Made Madethe tIadethe ciradethe
the thirty miles in thirtyone minutes minutesnot minutesnot minutesnot
not bad that settling back in the cor corner corner corncr ¬
ner and andcioslng closing his eyes eyesSay e5esSay eyesSay
Say Ananiasjr jr said the man who whohad whohad whohad
had been out all night shoveling his car carout carout carout
out of a fourfoot drift how h v did you youget youget youget
get through that twentyfoot drift driftThat dritThat driftThat
That twentyfoot drift driftThirty dr1tThirty driftThirty
Thirty ThirtyDid ThirtyDid ThirtyDid
Did I say thirty Well we didnt go gothrough gothrough gothrough
through it see When I met that thir thirtyfoot thirtyfoot thirtyfoot ¬
tyfoot drift I just pulled her Over Overgive OvergIve Overgive
give myself four bells backed bac < ed a rod or orso orso orso
so and without waiting for a goahead goaheadturned goaheadturned goaheadtuined
l turned on the juice and let her hcrgo go The Theway Theway Theway
way she dumb that drift and slid down downthe downthe downthe
the other side was slick She fumbled fumbledround fumbledround fumbledround
round in the snow a second found the thetrack thetrnck thetrack
track and started off like a lady Great Greatold Greatold Greatold
old boat 720 720The 720The 7i0The
The shoveler continued absorbing absorbingnourishment absorbingnourishment absorbingnourishment
nourishment fromhis from his toothpick toothpi k then thenbroke thenbrolte thenbroke
broke the th eloquent silence with a sigh sighWhat sighVhat sighWhat
What became of Shorty timidly timidlyasked timldl timldlaske timidlyasked
asked the man who always thirsted for fordetails fordetan fordetails
details detailsWho detailsWho
detanWho Who Shorty Oh I guess he got gotwell gotwell gotwell
well I never heard I came up u this thisway thisw thisway
way w y about that time timeGOOD timeGOOD
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Captain Inccrsoll Ing rsoll of the Naval War Val col college college college ¬
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came near to destroying destro lng the battleship battleshipConnecticut battleshipConnecticut battleshipConnecticut
Connecticut at her launching launchingWhat 1aunchinguWhat launchingWhat
What do you vou think about this busi business businest business ¬
ness sir a n reporter said saidIt saidUIt saidIt
UIt It was unexpected said Captain In InKersoll Ingersoll
Kersoll crsoll That is all I can say saythat that it itunexpected
was unexpected As unexp unexpected cted in infaetand
fact faetand and Captain Ingersoll smiled smiledfOns smiledfOnsthe smiledathe aa
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