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SALT tAKE fet jY Y tFTAH Ti IAL MONDAY MOXIA NOVEMBER 7 1904 Ittets It8rebU1t resultauN
Republicans WiINbe Swaippelfiii the Doubtful DoubtfulStates DoubtfulStates
f fCheering rCheering
Cheering Words Sent Out From Headquarters in in Nsw York YorkSunday YorkSunday
Sunday Rallies in in ConnecticutForecast of ofthe QTthe
the Vote by States Statesf
+ 4 + + + + 4 + + + < + f + 4 + M + M H H H T f M
4 The following telegram expressing the confidence of thona the
4 tional leaders in the election of Pavker was received by Senator
4 f Bamberger yesterday f
+ Hon Simon Bamberger Bambergerf BambergerCMdrman
+ f CHairman Democratic State Committee Salt Lake Utah
f The enthusiasm and confidence in this thispart part of the country are areunlimited
+ f unlimited The enemy is s demoralized and there is no doubt of ±
f our success We send you this last word of encouragement arid ex cxprcs
4 press the hope that your electoral ticket will win The country is isours isours
+ ours W E SHEEHAN +
BW YORK Nov G 6There There wasno wanoi
i 1 extreme anxieiy about political politicalheadquarters poilticalk
k headquarters today thda but the man managers managers ¬
agers were alert and watching the close closeof closeof
of the campaign with great interest
The Democratic national committee is isn issued
sued < n statement 0tn4n < t l l > i
a caimLng with confi
dcnce the election of Judge Parker and andalso ajdaiso
also making assertions about the cam camvalgn cam1 cam1paign
valgn fund of the Republican party
Chairman Cortelyou although shown a acopy aSpy
copy Spy of the statement would make no nocomment I IcInment
comment further furth r than to repeat the theclaim
claim < made last night that Mr Roose Roosevelt Roosevtit ¬
velt would have 314 votes in the o PCc PCctoral c ctoral
toral college The Democratis claim claim2S0 claim2S0votes 2SO 2SOvotes
votes votesAbout votesAbout
About the hotels where politicians politiciansusually politicianslisuRily
usually gather and whore great interest
is shown on the eve of an election
there was the same quiet that has hasmarked hasnarkecl
marked the progress of the canvass A
fi few groups in cafes discussed the situ situation situation ¬
ation and expressed opinions on the re result reult ¬
sult ult but there
was no excitement nor noroffers noroffers
offers to wager any an large sums which
has been a feature of previous elec elections e1ections
Expect a landslide landslideSome Landslideome
Some ome opinions were expressed bymmbera by bymembers
members of the different committees
their views being that the election electionwould letIor letIorwould
would We l a landslide for forthe the candidate candidatethey canditlatoThey
they supported The wide differenceIn
the estimates of the two committees committeesnnd commiteeand
and the confidence which the managers managersof
of both parties part1 expressed causedno ca sedno Ht HttJp litt14
tJp comment commentThere commentThere
There also was discussion upon the thejipwspaper theiwspaper
jipwspaper polls and they were en endorsed endomed ¬
domed or discredited accprfling to the theparty the3arty
party bias of the
person who gave an anopinion anopinion
opinion opinionBoth opinionBoth
Both committcesYecoJved renojs slur during ¬
ing jlI the day fromlieutenants from lieutenants JLn the theJl thefiId
Jl fiId ld and both claimed Jhat at thcrdport thcrdportImre the rlport rlportbore
bore out their predictions of success successand suecssand
and caused their belief in the election electionof
of the candidate they supported Juflge JuflgeParker JufigeParker
Parker who closed his tour of speeches speechesIn
In Brooklyn last evening remained In InNew InNeVr
New York until 6 oclock when he left leftfor loftor
for or Esopus During the evening eveningbe he was wasJji wasjn
Jji consultation with the Democratic Democraticananagers Democraticranagers
ananagers here concerning the situation situationnnd situationanti
anti developments of the day dayNo dayNo
No special plans have been made by byeither
either committee for tomorrow but butthey butthey
they will be in close communication communicationwith
with party managers in the debatable debatablentates debatableMates
Mates and the last final suggestions for
Tuesdays work willbe will be made mudeWEST made1vEskivIRGnIA
1vEskivIRGnIA 1vEskivIRGnIACommitteeman WEST VIRGINIA VIRGINIACommitteeman
Committeeman McGraw Expresses ExpressesGreat xpresses xpressesGreat
Great Confidence ConfidenceWheeling ConfidenceWheeling
Wheeling W Va Nov 6 6National 6NationalCommitteeman ational ationalCommitteoman
Committeeman John L McGraw and andState andtite
State tite Chairman O S McKinney of the theDemocratic theemocratic
Democratic organization tonight both bothexpress bothepres
express the greatest confidence in the theoutcome theiutcome
outcome The Democrats DemociittsvlaIin claim they thevnvill theywill
will elect S W Walker in the Second Secondnnd Secondand
and Allteii C Murdock in the Fourth Fourthc
c < ngreaaional districts with good fight fighting fightlug ¬
lug chances for Davenport in the Third Thirdfind Thirdrnd
find Altiaer in the Fifth Dovener Re Republican Repnhllcsn ¬
publican is expected to win over overBarnes overHarnes
Barnes in the Wheeling district the thejiornml thenrmal
jiornml Republican majority beiiif beln be between between ¬
tween 4000 and 6000 The Democrats Democratstiro
tiro making a great effort to capture the theIgielature thel
Igielature l and the Republican Ulx re ref refrm
f frm rm disaffection is aiding them them ma materially maBossR ¬
terially teriallyBOSsJtrDinar
Enormous Majority NajorityWill Will be Keturned Keturnedby Beturnedby
by the Republicans RepublicansPhiladelphia BepublicansPhilsdelphia
Philadelphia Nov 6 6About About the only
Interest in the national and state tick tickets tickets ¬
ets in Pennsylvania is the size of the theRepublican theltepublican
Republican plurality Republican State StateChairman Statehairman
Chairman Penrose predicts a plurality pluralityof
of from 300000 to 325000 for the natipnal natipnalticket natipnalticket
ticket and the same vote for John P PElkin
Elkin the Republican nominee for su supreme sujreme
preme court justice justiceMr jueticeMr
Mr Elkins Democratic opponent is isSamuel Isamue1
Samuel G Thomas who holds the place placel placeby
l by y appointment The Democratic man managers managers ¬
agers have made no estimates beyond beyondBying beyondsaying
saying that the Republican prediction is istoo istoo
too high City Republican lender Dur Durham Durham ¬
ham says Philadelphia will give a Re Republican Republlcan ¬
publican plurality of 130000 to 133000The 133000 133000The
The Democrats havemade have made a deter determined deternined ¬
mined fight in eight of the thirtytwo thirtytwocongressional thirtytwocngresslonal
congressional districts and hope to in increase
crease their membership in the national nationalhouse I Ihouse
house by three The Republicans Republicansclaim
claim the Republican delegation will willr
remain r maln the same sameThe sameThe
The legislature will remain over overnhrtratngly overlmtngly
nhrtratngly lmtngly Republican There is 1 no noSilicatlon
indication of opposition to the election electiont
t > the thesenate senate in January of P QT U Knox KnoxSITUATION Kn KnSITITATION
Democrats Hopeful of Pulling State StateTicket StateTicket
Ticket Through ThroughChicago ThroughChicago
Chicago Nov 6 6NothIn Nothing developed developedtoday developedtoday
today to break the regular Sunday mo monotony mo1otony ¬
notony at the western headquarters of ofthe ofthe
the Republican national committee committeeThe committeec
c The day was wa spent by those remaining remainingat
at headquarters in making estimates of ofJow of10w
Jow large President Roosevelts ma majority ma1ority ¬
jority would be beThere beThere
There was a report afloat at head headquarters bendquarters ¬
quarters tonight that the Republican Republicannational Republicantiationul
national committee would maintain the theheadquarters theIiradquarter
headquarters of the committee committeeWashington in inWashington
Washington during the ilext four years yearsTo yearsTo
To give strength to the statement it ittvas ithas
has rumored that ae Chairman Cortel Cortelrou Cortelou
rou ou would be located at Washington Washingtonfor
for or the next four years and would be beunable beb
b unable to use his office at the haad haadHanna hoadV
V uarters of the committee as Senatar Senatartianna
Hanna did that H would wotl be necessary necessaryr
< > r convenience sake to open head hcaduatrs headiuartrs
iuartrs uatrs at the national capital capitalThr capitalThc
Thc stat < campaign Is still being beingH beingiushrd
H iushrd sJvt vigorously by b both parties partiesThe vtrtisrue
The statp had htdrs rs on bth shj f < < kiln
to be hopeful of victory although iji
lictitUons areApparently are lIlParently jn favor of
TJapubllcanSuccess TJapubllcanSuccessRoy
Roy Ov 0 West chairman of the Re Republican RelUOlIcanstate ¬
publican lUOlIcanstate statute committee said tonight
The probabilities are that the state statewill
will berepresented in congress by at
least seventeen Republicans Two bf
the districts are still doubtful and we wemaybe
maybe mabeable able to cut down the number of
Democratic congressmen from eight to tosix tosix
six making our total representation representationflieteen
niwetean niweteanIhe flieteenAI1he
AI1he Ihe Democratic leaders while admit ¬
ting that it has been aa up hill fight
declare that they still have hones of ofcarryingIllinois ofcarrying
carryingIllinois carrying illinois Roger C Sullivan
Democratic te national committeeman committeemansaid
said tonight tonightuWhile tonightwlille
While it is a farroach farroachto to plane Il ¬
linois in the Democratic column still
it must be remembered that Illinois Illinoiswent Illinoisvezit
went Denfocratis in 1S92 when nobody nobodyexpected nobodyexpecteti
expected it would do so There are aremany aremany
many of the th same political conditions
in Illinois this year as there were weretwelve weretwelve
twelve years ago and we earnestly be ¬
lieve we have a chance for success successagain successagalnu
again agalnut
Twenty Thousand More Voters in inIdaho in inIdaho
Idaho Than Two Years Ago AgoBoise AgoI3oise
Boise Ida No Nov 6 6The The registration registrationof
of the state foots up to 80000 about about20O00
20000 more than two years ago This Thisincrease Thisintrease
increase introduces a feature that is isvery isvery
very difficult diffi ult to estimate The Repub Republicans Republicans ¬
licans claim they have fully 60 per cent centof centof
of the new settlers Boise shows a aregistration aregistration
registration of 15469 4B9 while Ada county
In which It Is situated hag S100 regis registerexlIt registerldIt
terexlIt is isclakped claimed thatthe that the county will willgivo willgive
give Roosevelt 2500 majority and main maintaiii
tain its position UK the banner Repub
Ucan bounty county of the state Belated news newsfrom
from the north tud ± tid of the state indi mdicates
cntea that the Republican estimates en enthe a athe
the state ticket In that section may be becut becut
cut dowft dov considerably It is probable probableit
it will not exceed 1800 while in the en entire entire
tire state outside of the Mormon coun counties counties
ties it promises to be about 4010 The Thesix Thesix
six Alormon counties may run it up to
10000 Roosevelts majority in the state statewill stateVIII
will be above 12000 12000WHERE 12000WBERE
Democrats Hope to Win Delaware For ForParker ForParker
i Parker ParkerWilmington ParkerWilmington
Wilmington Del Nov 6 6About About the themost themost
most interesting development of the thecampaign
campaign in Delaware today Is the theclaim theclaim
claim of the Democrats that they will willhave willhave
have a majority in the next legislature legislaturewhich legislaturewhich
which is to elect a United States sen senator senator ¬
ator who is to succeed Senator Ball BallThey BallThey
They give no figures but base their theirclaim theirclaim
claim on defection in the Republican Republicanranks Republicanranks
ranks over the compromise candidate candidatefor
for governorThe Democrats still think thinkthtir thinkthtir
thtir candidate for governor will be beelected beelected
elected and that Parker has a good goodchance goodchan
chance chan ce of carrying the state stateThe stateThe
The Republicans claim the legisla legislature legislatVre ¬
ture and the state and national tickets ticketspwcing ticketsphcIiig
pwcing Roosevelts majority at about about3eoo
Both Partiesin PartleuinNecv New Jersey Fighting Fightingto
to 4ho tho Last Minute MinuteTrenton NinuteTrenton
Trenton N J Nov 6 6The The Interest InterestJn
Jn the state campaign in New Jersey Jerseyha Jerseyhas
ha has been so great that the Democratic Democraticand Democraticaid
and Republican gubernatorial candl candlda4es candldtes
da4es will not close los their respective respectiveeahvaeea
canvasses eahvaeea until tomorrow night The TheRpuhlKtns TheRPUhlh1S
RpuhlKtns reH reite v that Roosevelt and andFairbanks andFRirbanks
Fairbanks will carry rhe state by a alarge aiare
large majority and that Stokes for forgovernor forgovernor
governor will win by a slightly reduced reducedvote reducedvote
vote The Democrats on the other
hand have morc confidence in defeat defeatlag
lag Stokes than they have in carrying carryintlie
the state for Parker ParkerThe ParkerThe
The next legisuature which will elect electa
a successor to United States Senator SenatorJohn SemttprJohn
John Kean will the Republican any anybe sa sabe
be safely Republican RepublicanBLEEDING RepublicanBLEBDING
Republicans Expect to t Elect lect an Em Embezzler m mbezzler ¬
bezzler to Office OfficeTopeka OfficeTopeka
Topeka Kan Nov 6 6It It is conceded concededby
by the Democratic state committee to tonight tonight ¬
night that Roosevelts plurality Jn Jnclaimed inKnti
Knti will be about 70000 but It is isclaimed
claimed by the committee that the
Democratic state ticket will be elected electedbecause electedbecause
because of a complicated ballot system systemin
in this state which probably will re resuit
suit in many defective ballot if much muchscratching
scratching i is done It Is believed that thatthousands thatthousands
thousands qf Republican will vote voteagainst vqtealtInst
against T I j Kelly Kfpublicaii candl candldate eanatedate
date for reeleetlon to the th office of statft statfttrttsurar 3tatCtrensuro
trttsurar against t whom serious seriouscharges serioUscharges
charges have been preferred in the theconduct theconduct
conduct of his hi office The Republicans Republicansclaim Republicansc1hn
claim that Roosevelt will curry th tlrztte
state by b 900W plurality und that the thestate thestate
state ticket will be carried by safe pin plurality pinriLiy ¬
rality admitting however that Kelly Kellywill Ke1lywill
will run about MOCW bellnd beIinditta hts ticket ticketMONTANA ticketMONTANA
Little Doubt as auto to the Result of the theElection the1cction
Election 1cctionutte
Butte utte MontNov Mont Nov 6 6The The campaign campaignin
in folontana loUtana will close mittt addresaea addresaeaby
by United States Senator W A Clark Clarkapd Clark1d
apd 1d a anumber number of local speakers iu tuths tuthscIt this thiscity
city cIt for the DamorratR while the Re Republicans Republicans ¬
publicans will conclude with a grand grandrally grandrally
rally with local speak speakere ra on the ros rosti rostunl
ti tunl mj A feature of the camnaign In Inthfe Inthis
this state has been the large registratjon registra registraUon
Uon and weather conditions favoring favoringthe
the vole It is believed will be one of oftheheavje oftheheavjqlt <
theheavje t polled in the history of the thestate thestate
state stateRepublican stateRithublican
Republican managers tonight express expressicuriiiiiiiiJ
0 icuriiiiiiiiJ j f un fl Page 2i
Calls Attention to Despicable Methods That HaveBeei HaveBeeiEmployed HaveEeeiEmployed
Employed by Republcan Campaign Committedto CommittedtoEncompass j jEncompass
Encompass His Defeat 1 V v
Salt Lake City Nov C JOOi JOOiTo 10ITo
To the Voters of Utah UtahSince UtaliSince
Since my in nomination for the office of ofrepresentative ofrepresentative
representative representative la consress from Utah
there has hasbeen been waged against mo an un unrolentinpr Unrelenting
relenting and bitter personal campaign
Resort has been had to vicious and vile
falsehoods in an effort aftort4o to encompass my
defeat Nothing ling hn beau too vile iwth
iHg bps been beontoo too moanDor mOun Ibrnydefamer Ibrnydefamerto any Mafaxnenr1 Mafaxnenr1to
to use Mjr jnatlvei have been belled belledMy bellediMy
My honor has been Impugned Tho Th party partyworkers partyworkers
workers of the Republican pjirty have havedaubed havedaubed
daubed their hands with the mud of offalsehoods
falsehoods In their effort to drive from fromme frnmm
me m the votes of honest men and women womenThe
The most sacred things of life have not notbeen notbeen
been exempt I have not replied in kind kindI
I have waged a cleancampaign clean campaign I have haveasialled
assailed no mans character characterToday
Today ray attention has been called to tothe
the following articlefound article found Tri tb BIku BIkuben Bikuben
ben a Salt Lake pap paper paperPoiltIca1 r
Political Advertisement AdvertisementA AdvertIsement AdvertIsementA
A little about Orlando W Powers can ¬
didate on the Democratic ticket for con conressmnn
ressman from ftah Powers came to toUtah
Utah tah from Kaiamazoo Mich and on the the12th
J2th of April 185 h ha was appointed dls dlsa
triet Judge in Utah bY President Grover
CIow1and ilJtafl at that time was not nota
a stat9 sttIt but a territory
But when Cleveland sent ent Powers name
to the senate for confirmation there was wasa
a great stir about it From hl his home hometown hometown
town in Michigan a communication of
eightyfive pages was sent to the senate senatecontaining senatecontaining
containing a description of his escapades escapadesIn
In said state and a protest against his hisappointment hisappointment
appointment to the Judgeship in Utah UtahThe VtahThe
The fiht between the senate and acdPresident andPresdent
President Cleveland lasted about a year yearand year1
and at last Cleveland had to take Powers Powersname Powetsname
name back and appoint another The TheMormons TheMormons
Mormons took no part in the tight against againstPowers agaInstPowers
Powers PowersAfter PowersAfter
After this Powers took up the fight fightagainst fightagainst
against the Mormons and became the theleader theleader
leader of th the Mormoneating Liberal par party larty ¬
ty which in lO won the fight Sn Salt SaltLako baitlAke
lAke City Cityby by using everything but fair fairmeans fairmeans
means For this work the Liberal party partypaid partyPaid
paid Powers ton thousand dollars
Powers Is naw a eandioate for con congressman congressman
gressman from Utah on the Democratic Democraticticket
ticket but when the people of Michigan Michigandid
did not consider him worthy to be a ajudge ajudge
judge in Utah and when the senate did didnot didnot
not sanction his appointment It is not notlikely notlikely
likely that he will be able to do any good goodfor goodfor
for Utah Jn congress
This article refers to charges made anfr anfrexploded flflClexlllotlotl
exploded nearly twenty years ujfor ago yol yolthe 3otthe
the gboulswho delight in tnt unjust war warfa varare
fa are rowaged waged have d 4g jg into the grave In Inwhich Inwhich
which they were buried hojin > r thereby therebyto
to prejudice the MorraojV Mor loji people against againstme
me If instead or the xHffi jlo 1lIsinuLt1ol 1lIsinuLt1olwhich sn nUoii8 nUoii8whteh
which thif Jntest menfiaeloW mcnilaeiojs jissault jissaultcnntane isziuLtCO1tJllXlfi
cnntane ti Ljauthors authors > WplldbJh vpulflf lfct lfctpaper 4ufi
4kIgi ref4rrnlI ti InliriI rjdnib rjdnibpaper
paper I acrogrtp gre t haul ihemjfltO themintr eourt eourtat vuurtitt
at onc and JI expose th the > falsity ot those thosancient thoseancient
ancient allegations allegationsHut allegationsI
Hut Kt u who are ar responslbjc for forthis fortills
this latest effort of if these character as asi a asitsslfls
i i sxsBins This his article is nublfshed as asa ny nyi
i alvertisement a It is printed to aidthp aidthpRepublican aid th thRepubiean
Republican candidate for congress It Itthvirefore fe fei
j i thftrefore directly chargeable to i the OM oi
fleers of the Ropublldrn state St5tand committed
i nd 1h members of the Republt ia exeu exeulive
live committee Who iva it iiub1ishd to
aid Manifestly the Rppubllcan candldat candldatfor
for congcres cOngrese By ByI accepting such IiE flT flTpublicly
I publicly proves provls In lfls unfItness t for tle j jthat Place Placethat
that he occupies It is an old d say sayj sying syingi
j j that the partaXor is as bad 36 I tie e tjiief tjiiefand tlefand
and the statutes of Utah declare as fol follows folloWs
i lows loWsSec Sec 4074 All persons copcofiUMfeni the thecommission hO hOeommtsIon
commission of crimewhether crime whether it t be cc felony felonyor feOn feOnor
or a misdemeanor and 7hflUferuipy dte dterectly d dreetly
rectly commit th the act constituting thfe thfeoffense thtoffense
offense or aid and abet its cjnj enlJnIsalOn enlJnIsalOnor l < Mrton Mrtonor
or not being present have adviseound advised 4ld en encouragi eflcourageI
couragi courageI < l its commission are prln prlncipiila principals
cipiila in its commission commissionThe
The Republicancandidate Republican CaIldidate for < ion nress nresshas ress resshas
has been fully aware ot the utrelf pub iniblished publisbed
lished against me He has weekly con conBented conseated
seated thereto and he hoes to b neftt neftttherefrom ftt ftttherefrom
therefrom H He cannot plead that he had hadno hadno
no hand therein He thereby proves l1rV that thathis thathis
his anxiety for office Is so R great at that he heroosents heeoallents
roosents to be the beneficiary oftha ofthacrime of the thecrime
crime of libel iwrpetrated against me He Heis HeIs
is willing that an appeal to leliglous leliglouspnsjudice ieligioupreiLidice
pnsjudice be made in his behalf behalfI b hkif hkifI
I therefore call uaon even Mctnion Mctnionfriend Ietmoitfriend
friend that I have ia this stats statai icaii cil ujwirx ujwirxeverj tLejJflevry
everj Gentile friend to aid me wfttire wfttirenewed With re renewed ¬
newed efforts to sustain mv ctiHracter ctiHracterLet ckar4IcterLet
Let the people rebuke the character as aseasfrins asesaetna
easfrins by their votes and a thus nscour lIotirage nscourage
age like attacks that may be attempted attemptedin
in future campaigns campaignsI
I submit my 6ause tiUse with ponfidence I Ido Ido
do not believe that the people of Utah Utahwill ltahwill
will say by their votes that one men may maybe maybe
be destroyed in order that another man manmay manmay
may win O W POWERS
Baltimore Nov G 6In In a speech yesterday Senator Gorman declared declaredthat declaredhat
that hat th the charfees made by Judge Parker as to the collection of o cam campaign campaign ¬
paign funds by Cortelyou were true challenging him or Treasurer Blis Blisto Blltsto
to deny that there was a meeting of the great captains of industry industryfour ittduntryfour
four weeks ago nearly all of o whom had been hostile to Rposevelfs Rposevelfselection RposeveltS RposeveltSelection
election who were assured that they would have a a square deal dealno dealnopromise no nopromise
promise only a square deal Mr Bliss will not deny that E H Har Harriman Harriman
riman of the Unftm Paeffic was one of those present G B Perkins of ofMorgan ofMorgan
Morgan Co and MrStillman Mr Stillman the great Standard Oil banker were werealso werealso
also present as was exSecretary Root consulting counsel and di director director ¬
rector of all matters relating to federal affairs affecting the combines combinesThe combinesThe
The object wasmoney money money moneyHarbor moneyVLADIVOSTOI
Harbor Has Been Mined For a Distance of OfSeven Seven ME1tfiI ME1tfiIan UTes f fan
an ImmenseSuppIy Imm nse Supply of Coal and StoresHave Stores Have HaveBeen A Av
v feeen Been Stored Away Awaya i i 11
4 I
Chefoo No G 6ks Aa the result v vot ot otmcnths o omouths
mouths of preparation Vladivostok is isnew isnew
new strojgj stropgjprQtptgc1 ncQt8g agqordlns to toCaptain toCaptain
Captain HaJvQjsjen of O the Norwegian Norwegiansteamer
steamer Tungus which as told in thee thesodispatches theedispatches
dispatches last evening arrived here herefive herefive
five days out from that port with 700 700Chinese 700Chinese
Chinese refugees who were unable to tolive tolvO
live at Vladivostok any longer owing owingto
to the high prices offood offoo and other ne necessaries nocenearles ¬
cessaries due to the thejvar thejvarCaptain > w wCaptain
Captain Halvorsen saljm that tiiat the Via Vladivostok Viadhost ¬
divostok dhost k system of fortifications tcniili aUops begins beginsmany beginsmany
many miles qiitalde Ui tIe < 2 ettyf ltvtdjjet pfifper and andgrows andgtows
grows stronger as at ho city Is ap approached appreached ¬
preached proachedShips t tShips
Ships laden with fooflcnnnon am ammunition ammunition
munition and all sorts of military sup supplies supplies ¬
plies frequently arrtvo at atViadisostok atViadisostokaccording Vladivostok Vladivostokaccording
according to Captain Halvcrson who whosays rhosays
says that fiveishinoriKaged in unload unloading Unloadlng ¬
ing their cargoes Wore in port when the theTunsus theTungus
Tunsus sailed sailedThe sailedThe
The captain Is unable tp estimate the thestrength tli tlistrength
strength of the garrison but ho says saysUiat saysthat
that everybody ai a Vladivostok seems to
be either an pfficer ofllcer or an ordinary sol soldler iul iuldier
dler J I
1 The European residents of VladlvoSr VladlvoSrIty Viadivostok
tok show their conf1i101icIin conf1i101icIinity
Ity of the city by l evidencing an unwlll unwlllingness unwillingnesg
ingness to leave it itJf itir
Jf the Japanese make an attempt to tocapture tocapture
capture Vladivostok it is life belief df dfC tifCaptain
C Captain ptnin Halvorsen that they will find it itto
1 to be a second Port Arthur ArthurCaptain ArthurCaptain
Captain Halvgrsen says he beIIevosthat
that submarine boats have arrived at atVlnfliVOgtok attlafllostok
VlnfliVOgtok but adds that he js nq nqpoeiUveln noj
poeiUveln positiVe in thi this bajief for the reason reasonthat epsorthat
that at present the Russian naval se secrels cccrets
crels ate being most closely guardedr guardedrThe guardedlThe
The harbor of Vladivostok heeays heeayshas he says sayshas
has been mined for a distance of sdins sdinsseven edmoseven
seven miles In four miles of > f this area areacontact areacontact
contact mines have been laid while in inthe inthe 1
the remaining three miles electric mines minesha mines mineshtvuo
ha htvuo been planted plantedoal plarttcildaii
daii irainsnrrive at and depart from
Vil1dtvOStOk every t4 anci t herej herejIiU
IiU storedtJiera annmeniunnly of ofI
I oal al taken rajtin friU mtrM 1UIR In tH thaIleiglUOn thaIleiglUOn1 bffsfil bffsfilh
h > d f tiip tr city y t
Liberal Party Retains its Ma Majority
jority in the Chamber of ofDeputies ofDeputies
Deputies DeputiessRomc
Rome Nov 6 6The The general election for formpmbors fornimbrs
mpmbors of the chamber of deputies took tookjjaar tookigade
jjaar today and nd up to midnight no serious
JRdJHent had been reported Results Resultsascertain Resultsa5eertalntd
ascertain a5eertalntd trom about threefifths of oftno
the constituencies show that the power powerpfthe powerofthe
pfthe extreme parties has been dimin diminished ¬
ished without however materially aug augmePtlng augmvltlug
mePtlng ttie number of ministerial lol
loWers as ai roost of the new recruits are areconst areconeryptle
const coneryptle natlves who may be expected to toboofl tosoil
boofl soil abandon Premier Gloiottl a liberal
SoneluDoth < leader of tbe < xioustltmionatoppqsnfan xioustltmionat aouetitutionntOPp51tlafl
oppqsnfan OPp51tlafl h hqa s lest HP come me ot hLfoUowers nt bliowers bliowersowing
owing to t the fact that Milan which for formerly Or Orjnerly ¬
merly was represented by extremists has haselected haselected
elected two conservatives one clerical and andtwa andtwa
twa socialist reformist one of whom whomTurntt
was supported even by nonsocial nonsocialists nonsocialists ¬
ists As Turati though a leader of the thesocialist thesocialist
socialist reformists condemned the gen general genoral
oral strike his election Is regarded as a areply areply
reply to that strkle Genoa where the thestrike thestrike
strike was most violent overthrew the theextremists theextremists
extremists extremistsFcrrl extremistsFern
Fern theiipcialist leader in most of ofthe
the lorty constituencies gathered only a atew afew
few votes especially where the socialist socialistnejit socialistcandidates
candidates were competing with promi promineat
neat politician as Minister of the Tress Treasury TressUI
ury UI Luzzatti who had ha 1S6G votes out of
2X 2030 < ard Fern 105 105The 105The
The clericals voted almost everywhere everywherefor
for conservative candidates candidatesFurther
Further returns and second ballotlngs ballotingstxt
next txt Sunday may considerably change the tfletsitljation
aftuation tsitljationGETTlNG
Portland Ore Nov 5 The saloon of ofr
T r McCarthy at 221 Albana avenue was washeld
held up tonight by three threemacked masked men menwho menwho
who compelled bartender John Clark Clarkto
to open the safe and cash register and androbbed androbbed
robbed four patrons who were in the theplace theplace
place The robbers secured but 30 H HM Hit
M Wilkes an old man residing In the theneighborhood
neighborhood was severely kicked and andbeaten andbeaten
beaten by the robbers as they left the theplace theplace
place placeJSCHOGNER placeSCHOONER
Portland Ore Nov 5 5A A special to totlc
the Oregonian from Astoria says that a amessage amessage
message was received from North NorthHead NorthRead
Head lighthouse this afternoon stat stating statIng ¬
ing that a threemasted lumber schoon schooner ¬
er closereefed and andwlth with only one sail sailset sailset
set with part of her deck load of lum lumber um umher
her missing approached the mouth of ofthe ofthe
the Columbia river about 3 oclock this thisatternton
aiterncon There were some fears that thatthe thatthesehooner
the thesehooner schooner was In distress and the thetug thetug
tug Tatoosh was sent to investigate investigatebut
but could not find the craft but the thechdoner
schdbner did not have distress signaly signaicdisplayed
displayed displayedEXCITED
Milan Nov 6 6About About goo students to today today ¬
day gathered in the center of the city citycrying citycrying
crying Down with Austria and andcalled andcalled
called to the balcony of his hotel the theInnsbruck theInnsbruck
Innsbruck correspondent of II Corriere CorriereDelia CorriereDella
Delia isera era who had just arrived from fromthat fromthat
that place after having been severely severelymaltreated
maltreated by Germans Subsequently Subsequentlyfour
four Germans who were sitting in a ao
o > sinking The Watch on the thejiinutr thORhfne
jiinutr Rhfne aiequebis Requests that IHUL they mey ueuae cease met metWILII niei nieiwnn
wnn furtner insults and further de declarations tieclarations
clarations that the Italians were cow cowards cowards
ards A fight with sticks ensued encue l and anda
a number were injured The police re restored
I stored order orderJUDGE orderJIJDGE
Esopus N Y Nov 6 6Judre Judre Parker Parkerstarted
J started for Esopus at 6 s m today to toawait
1 await the election result He passed aszed a aaulet aQuiet
Quiet dojf da In New York attending serv services services ¬
ices at the Little Church Around the
Corner The judse was accompanied by byf
f his secretary Arthur McCausland and andGeorge andGOore
George F Parker of national headquar headquarten headquartors
ten On the return to Esopus Judge Judgeat JudgeParker
Parker wan delayed more than an hour hourat
at Newbursh on account of the engine engineattached engineattached
attached to his train Croaking ireakin down He Hereached
1 reached Esopus shortly after 10 p m mPERISHED
New N w York Nov 6Joseph 5 Joseph Capple a ahotel a
hotel keeper of Chauncey Wtstcheater Wtstcheatercounty itstchesterCOunty r
county after saving his aged mother ana antitathcr i
father tathcr and three children from his burn barnIighotol
injhotel lost his own life early today todayrb r
rb ruBhln Into tin tli flames when he hesjharned e
sjharned thrihi8 wife had notjfiasvftpcilk not csedpeth csedpethijebodic
HHBlJeXbodi of Ctipple and his who were weretdtfiil e
tdtfiil lator In the cellar lying side Ijry side sideburned s
burned ttjtetl almost beyond recognition
Parker and Davis Have a aCinch aCinchon
Cinch Cinchon on New York State Statet StateMANY
4 4MANY t
pI BIV YORK Nov V6Quiet 6 Quiet timas timasmarked timosI
NEW I d marked the Sunday preceding precedingelection precedingelection
election at the headquarters headquartersof
of both state committees to today today ¬
day Governor Odell would make makeno makeno
no further predictions than have havealready havealready
already been made that Nw York Yorkwould Yorkwould
would case its vote for Ro Roeevelt evelt for forpresident forpresident
president and Higgins for governor governorDemocratic governorDemocratic
Democratic Chairman Cord Meyer Meyerwas Meyerwas
was not at headquarters today but butState batState
State Senator Patrick H McCJarren McCJarrenchairman Mearrenchairman
chairman of the executive committee committeereiterated commItteereiterated
reiterated his declaration that Parker Parkorwould Parkerwould
would be elected and Hcrrick would wouldcarry wouldcarry
carry the state stateThe stateThe
The only official utfimncss were werethose werethose
those of Tammany and the h Republican JiepubIiaucounty Republicancounty
county committee concerning co1ceraiblthe the vote votein votein
in New York City CityDemocraticRallies CityDemocratic
DemocraticRallies DemocraticRalliesFinal Democratic Rallics RallicsFinal
Final Democratic rallies rai1ir were held to tonight tonight ¬
night in half a doeri places in th thborough thE thEborough <
borough of Manhattan and all of the themeetings themeetings
meetings were well attended and the theaudiences 1h 1haudiences
audiences were liberal with applause applauseAt applausAt
At Miners Bowery theatre the thespeakers thespeakers
speakers included Congressman Bourke BourkoCockran BourkeCockran
Cockran and William Sulzer Ac Acmeeting t t tmeeting
meeting at the Star theatre former formerCharles formerV
V Senator Charles A Towne and State StateSenator StateSenator
Senator Thomas A Grady spoke spokeMeetings
Meetings were also held In the Me Metropolis Metropolis ¬
tropolis theatre in Miners Eighth ave avenue areflue ¬
flue theatre at the Murray Hill Ly Lyceum Lyceum
ceum and at the Fourteenth street streettheatre streettheatre
theatre and all were address id by byspeakers byspeakers
speakers prominent in local Democratic Democraticpolitics OemnerstIepolitics
politics Most of the speakers made madeattacksupon madeattacksupou
attacksupon President Rooeovit and andGovernor andGovernor
Governor Odell and criticised the p pes pesidents es esidents
idents statement in reply to Judge JudgeParkers JudgeParkers
Parkers charges chargesCaustic chargesCaustic
Caustic Cockran CockranAt
At the Bowery theatre Mr Cockran Cockranin oekranin
in his reference to the president saW saWI aW aWI
I fett that Mr Roosevelt w would uld be beable beable
able to say saybefore before the clotfe of the thecampaign thecampaign
campaign that he had not al aIIawei > weJ a acent acent
cent to be accented from rlishonorable rlishonorablesourcesbut lihoporabIesources
sourcesbut sources but I am dlsanpointe Per Pelsons PerSons
sons are startled by the depravity of It ItIt t tIt
It makes Judge Parkers election sure sureA sure4s
A 4s much as I want Parkers election electionI
I do not want it if the price of it i ithe Lthe
the discredit of my citizenship citizenshipRepeaters citizenshipRepeaters
Repeaters Prom Abroad AbroadThe AbroadThe
The Democratic state committee tele telegraphed telegraphed ¬
graphed to county and town commit committoemen committeemen
toemen along the Pennsylvania and andCanadian antiCanadian
Canadian borders today as follows followsWe followsWe
We have specific information that thatsquads thatsquads
squads of Republican colonizers from fromPennsylvania from fromPnnsyivania
Pennsylvania and Canada are leaving leavingtoday Iegvi Iegvittday
today for Or your place ltie They have been beenfurnished beenfurnished
furnished with names and andfrom aadceswae i ifrom
from the registry ragietryip ragietryipwill 4n yoTnr dJBttlefc and andwill
will attempt to vote under those names namesGuard namesGuard
Guard the depots with reliable men and anduse anduse
use every lawful effort to drive them themout theiaout
Voters From Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaThe
The state committee claims that 300 300men 100men
men left Sayre Pa yesterday for Ith Ithaca Ithaca
aca Auburn Geneva and Oswego that
200 men l left ft for Elmira Corning and andHornellevilie
HornellsvilJe and that 50 500 men have havebeen
been uceu uisirjuuieu distributed in in Falsburg r uiuut4 iuuiiu Monti Monticello
cello and liberty The committee fur further
ther states that plans were made to tocooniz
colonize Watertown Antwerp Law Lawrenceville
rcnceville and Ogdensburg all in New NewYork
York state statePerry statePerry
Perry Belmont acting chairman of ofout
the Democratic state committee gave
out a telegram which he had received receivedfrom j
from Henry G Davis It was as fol follows i
lows lowsElkins
Elkins W Va VaI I have just re reof retUrned
tUrned from another eampaigi1ng tour tourof
of the state On this thistrip trip aa on others othersduring
during this campaign many Republi Republicans
cans have expressed to me their sym sympathy
pathy and their determination to sup supconfident support
port our ticket We Democrats ame ameconfident
confident of carrying West Virginia VirginiaMAKING VhiniaMAKING
Populist Chairman Says Wat Watson Watson ¬
son son and Bouiton WILL Poll PollOver PollOver
Over 1500000 1 Votes VotesNew
New York Nov LMelvht Melvta G Pailiaer Pailiaerchairman Palliserchairman
chairman df the New York Yorkstate state CXCCH CXCCHtive executive
tive committee of the Peoples party to tonight tonight ¬
night issued astatement iu which lie liesaid hesaid
said saidMr
Mr Watson will Boll over 1400400 1400400votes L000CGvotes
votes The P Peotilos jptes party to now thor thoroughly thoroughly
oughly orgRnlzpd and is more national in incharacter
Character than the Republican party It Ithas
has aggressive militant organizations in inRhode lUevery
every statof the InIon exept Vermont VermontRhode
Rhode Island nd Pennsylvania In ail ailexcept itilexcept
except those states the ticket ia on the theofficial theofficial
official ballot Mr Watsoe aon advises us usthat usthat
that the electoral vote of Georgia will be berast
rast for him A Peoples party congress congressman congressman ¬
man will in all probability be elected in inAlabama inAlabama
Alabama AlabamaIn
In New York state T feel confident confidentthat confidentthat
that Watson and Bouiton will poll from
40 40600 < K to 50000 votes votesNEGROES votesNEGROES
Many Crimes Committed by Black BlackMiners BlackiIiners
Miners Imported Into Colorado ColoradoDenver ColoradoDenver
Denver Nov C 6The The kHHnc kIflIn in cold coldblood coldblood
blood of Marsha Hiram Bates of Coal CoalCreek CqaICreek
Creek a coal mining town in Fremont Fremontley Fremnontcounty
county by two negroes Grant and Won WonIcy
Icy Thompson who he was trying to ar arrest arrest
rest for disturbance has caused the white whiteresidents whiteresidents
residents to Issue a warning to th the negro negroI negropopulation
I population to leave the campt cam according accordingin I Ito
to a special from the camp rpon hear hearlag
in lag of the decision of the whites many manyof man manof
of the negro residents left the town If Ifany Ifany
any insist on remaining it Is feared blood bloodshed bloodshed ¬
shed will result The whites are greatly greatlyincensed greatlyincensed
incensed against the negroes to whom whomth whomthey
th they < y charge numerous crimes committed committedslnco committedsine
sine the blacks w were Imported into the thecamp thecamp
camp to take the places of strikers about abouta
London Nov ov 7The Dally Telegraph Telegraphwhich relegraphwhich
which Is oft often n Inspired by the govern government government ¬
ment suggests that Admiral Sir John JohnFisher JohnFisher
Fisher will represent Great Britain on onthe onthe
the international commission to inquire inquireInto inquireinto
Into the NOrth s sea a affair affairA
A telegram from Constantinople says saysM saysM
M Mandelstanu dragoman of the Rus Russian Russian ¬
sian embassy there and who is an expert experton
on international law had started for St StPetersburg StPeterabtlrg
Petersburg arid will represent Russia bo bofore before
fore the North sea cnrrmlsSlon but in inwhat inwhat
what capacity Is not stated statedCAUSED e eCAIJSED
Cincinnati O Nov 6 6There Thero were mt nitmerous
merous conferences today of Republican Republicansdiscussing
discussing theisttor of President Roost Roosovelt Roosticit
velt An anti < 3 the speeches of Judge Parker Parkarr
At the same time the Democrats were weremore
more activfc than ever and in somfr sojnbquar sojnbquarters auar auarters
ters juhllantv TJhio SQclallats alS5ltk up upthe
the cbriTrpV J anst AittiaueQ tficlcmcet them meet meettiben
ingslW i tn5StlwV4 b tiben ari holdingr for forweeks or oraeek
weeks In n 1ttjc bjic lihices i COS
Democratjd Campaign Managers Met b by an anAvalanche anAvalanche
Avalanche of Money MoneyBut
But the Battle Has Been Fought and the Victory Won WonNational WonNationalCommittee National NationalCommittee
Committee Conident Parker anlDvis Will WillGet WillGet
Get 28C 28 Electoral Votes
giW EW YORK Nov 6 6The The national nationalDemocratic nationalI
I Democratic committee eommi4se today gave gaveout gaveout
out a final slatemeijt ttifl t for publics publication publicstion ¬
tion It isaddresscd isaddr sd to the Demo Democratic Democratle ¬
cratic and independent voters and andreads andreads
reads as a follows followsThis followsThis
This committee has conducted a na national astional ¬
tional canvass in a manner it believes believesbefitting believesbefitting
befitting the dignity and nd integrity of ofthe I Ithe
the American p paple p1c It has advti atlrnDce4 atlrnDce4no c d dno
no Imaginative claims respecting re results resuits ¬
suits and has not accented for use in inthe inthe
the campaign carnpaigiiaelig1e a single dollar from the thetariffbred thetariffbred
tariffbred trusts whose exactions have haveso haveso
so greatly increased the cost of every everynecessity everynecessity
necessity of life 11t and which are now nowcontributing nowcontributing
contributing from their gains great greatsums greatsums
sums of money to perpetuateRepub perpetuateRepublican perpetuate Repub Republican ¬
lican rule ruleThe ruleThe
The Democratic candidate if ifelected ifelected
elected will be absolutely free from ob obligation obligation ¬
ligation direct or implied to any per person person ¬
son or group of persons other than the thewhole thewhole
whole people who wio shall have entrusted entrustedto
to Mini the maintenance of the welfare welfareof
of the republic republicAvalanche republicAvalanche
Avalanche of Honey HoneyThis MoneyThis
This committee asks for itself only onlyso
so much credit as such conduct of a acanvass acanvass
canvass may merit but it does feel feelthat feelthat
that both the party and the country are areto areto
to be congratulated upon the fact that thatout thatout
out of discordance of weakness has hasbeen hasbeen
been wrought a union of strength The Thedifficulties Thedifficulties
difficulties attendant upon this achieve achievement achievement ¬
ment are well understood At every everyturn everyturn
turn by every conceivable method in inevery inevery
every doubtful district of every doubt doubtful doubtful ¬
ful state the efforts which we main maintain maintaisi ¬
tain to have been at least patriotic and andknow andknow
know to have been creditable to both boththe boththe
the candidate and this committee have haveb havebem
b bem jen met by an avalanche of money moneyRepublican moneyRepublican
Republican Promises PromisesThis PromisesThis
This source of supply of this great greatRepublican greatRepublican
Republican campaign fund fe no longer longera
a matter of suspicion The Republican Republicancandidate Republicancandidate
candidate declared with great vehem vehemence veliemenee ¬
ence that he had promised nothing nothingmore nothingmore
more than he may be pleased to con consider eonskier ¬
skier a a square deal in return for forcampaign or orcampaign
campaign contributions The Repub Republican Republlean ¬
lican chairman hevigorously asserted assertedhail assertedhad
hail assured him more than once that thatthere thatUmere
there haft been no necessity for malt making maltlug ¬
lug direct dir et pledges pledgesthat that it had be befound bosit bositfound
found possible tp obtain all the th money moneynewled atOncyneeded
needed up to tlmt time at any rate ratewithout ratiowithout
without doing 30 30Neither soNeither
Neither lie nor his chairman denied deniedthat deniedthat
that contributions had been accepted acceptedfrom acceptedfrom
from the trusts for the simple fact was wassusceptible wasuiideniab4e
uiideniab4e anti eteh knew that it was wassusceptible
susceptible of overwhelming proof proofThe proofThe
The payments were Voluntary voluntry not notfcrced notfrreed
fcrced such and such alone was the theburden theburden
burden of denials which were virtual virtualadmissions virtualadmissions
admissions admissionsSlush admissionsSlush
Slush Fund of 5000000 5000000The 5OOOOOOThe
The only question remaining was washew washew
hew much had been considered neces necestion miecessary
sary Fortunately even this informa information
tion was forthcoming Simultaneously Simultaneouslywith
with the preparation of the most ex extraordinary extraordbiary ¬
traordinary temperamental document documentindicative documentIndicative
indicative of the keenest desperation desperationwhich desperationwhich
which was ever emanated from the theWhite theWhite
White House the candidate most in insecretary intbnste
tbnste and truSted adviser the former formersecretary
secretary of war just returned from fromWashington frontWashington
Washington was uttering another and andWARRING andWARRiNG
Fatal Fight Between Union Men Me in inIndiana inIndiana <
Indiana IndianaHartford IndianaHartford
Hartford City Ind Nov Gt 6Troubie 6Troubiethat Trouble Troublethat
that has been brewing between the two twoorganizations twoorznizatIons
organizations of window glass workers workerscontesting workerscontesting
contesting for supremacy h here re culmi culminated culmirutted ¬
rutted in a fight today which resulted resultedin ieiJltedin
in the fatal shooting of Ollie Valiter Valker a amember amember
member of the Phillips organization organizationPresident organizationPresident
President Paul St Peer and Patrick PatrickMeFall PatrickMeFall
MeFall members of the old organiza organization organization ¬
tion have been arrested charged with withassault withassault
assault with intent to kill Tfee Tletredts Tletredtswere treats treatswere
were crowded with dth glass workers to tonight tonight ¬
night and a serious collisions between betweenthe betweenthe
the members of the two factions ere ereESTIMATE
feared fearedESTIMATEOF
New York Governor Tr ing to toFigure toFigure I
Figure Empire State in mw mwRepublican to toRepublican
Republican Column ColumnXew
New York Nor 6 rGovernor < Odea Odearefused Od1refused
refused tonight to give out any flgur flguroit flgure flgureolD
olD the slate ticket but
said lie felt asr asrsured as asmired
mired that Greater New
not notroll notroll
roll up a big enough majority to over overcome overcome ¬
come the vote that Higgins would re receive receive ¬
ceive north of lh Harlem river
William Halpin chairman or the theexecutive theexecutive
executive committee of the Republican Republicancounty Republicancounty
county Gdnmntee tonight gave out a
forecast of the result jn which he heestimated heestintated
estimated 154900 votes in New York Yorkcounty Yorkcounty
county for Roosevelt and 1S56W for
Parker with about 40000 vote votes going
to thi other candidates Continuing
he saj SftyI > s sI
I do not estimate that the difference
between the vote o of Roosev Reoecvit lt and
Higgins In New York county will ex exceed oxreed ¬
reed 11000 So that Higgins should shouldreceive shouldreceive
receive 143000 as against 2070M for
Herrick a plurality of 640W for Her Herrlck Herrich
rich In New York county
If one did not have to keep in mind
the considerable Democratic majorities majoritiescast
cast in New York county in the years yearsgone yearsgone
gone by it would be possIble to esti estimate stI stImate ¬
mate that the majority against Roose ¬
volt In New York countywould county touId be less
than 42WO and against Higsins lees
than 64090 But in any event 1 can ¬
not see how these figures can bo ex exceeded cxce ¬
ceeded ceededTWO ce ded dedTWO
San Francisco Nov 6 6rwo Two deaths deathsmiii
from miii asphyxiation from illuminating illuminatinggas
gas were reported to the coroner tcday
Martin Schenider Sehenideragad acad 61 years was wasfound wasfound
found deafltn bed It it supposed h harose he hearose
arose to secure medicine jror or Jienrt Jienrtweakness liOitrtwetikness
weakness and fainted afterho after he had opr oproiied op opeiied
oiied the gas jet preparatvrj to light lighting lightIng ¬
ing it itFranlc 1tFitutnk
Franlc Mahler age4 43 4 years was the theseroud thesetuiid
seroud victim his death al also o btlng due dueto dueI
to accident
more detailed defense of his thief iu iuthis inthis
this city The mere fact of f i < ntribu ntribution ntrIbution
tion he heldto held to be inoffensive Hi Hichief H Hchief
chief pride was In the great work ac accomplished a acompljshed ¬
complished for forso ao small an expenditure expenditureThe expenditurThe
The fact Is he proudly declared thu thuit thnit
it is the smallest fund we have had fr frtwelve f ftwelve
twelve yearsrbout onehalf the R Rpublican Rpubliean
publican fund when McKinley MI MIelected wielected
elected In 1896 That fund it is v vknown we I Iknown
known was approximately S16QOOH S16QOOHAccepting sioooootAcept1ng >
Accepting these figures as oortv eorrtherefore t ttherefore
therefore the Republican chairman h hhad hhad >
had only about SM9000 at his dispose disposeBuying I IBuying
Buying the Presidency PresidencyThe
The chain te complete completethe the trust trustcontributions truscontributions
contributions not denied by either th thcandidate thcandidate >
candidate or the chairman unequiv unequivcally uhiequically
cally admitted and the amount plain plainstated plai plaistated 3s
stated by the former namer secretarj of iva ivaFive waFive
Five million milhleadollars dollars is the sum Moi Moicould Mucould
could have been had if needed but butunder buunder
under the present chairmans mot motcareful morcareful
careful direction that sum was wwdeeme1 wwdeeme1sufficient deem pel pelsufficient
sufficient But why did the trusts ecu ecutribute et ettribute
tribute to the Republican canvass canvassThey canvassThey
They were asked says ys the outspoken outspokenformer outapokeiformer
former secretary secretaryDid
Did they think they were buying a apresidency i ipresidency
presidency or were ere they content with withthe wt h hthe
the assurance from the Republican Republicancandidate Republuacandidate
candidate of a square deal In eitn eitncase eithcase
case upon their own testimony the R Rpublican flpubllean >
publican candidate stands today befm befmhis befrhis
his fellow countrymen as on one willing wiUlnffand willingand
and eager to accept for himself a pr prideney pros proskieney < <
ideney that has cost prot protoeted Hted monui >
lies the great sum of 5fl08W9 U100IGICan 5fl08W9Can
Can JSftWWO of trust money bin bu a apresidency m mpresidency
presidency Can this sum great as if ifis t tis
is contributed In the hope of favor f fbe ibe >
be returned and gratefully accepted an ana aca
a necessary means for tb the < grattficaiioi grattficaiioiof
of personal ambition suffice to thwart thwartthe thwartthe
the will of oftbe the American people peopleParker IepicParkorWill
Parker ParkorWill Will be Elected ElectedWe ElectedWe
We can not will not bow before if ifMoreover ifiWreover
Moreover weJtve we have the cheering intHli intHlisreiice inteiligeic
sreiice to convey to all Democratic in independent independent ¬
dependent andpatriotic and patriotic citizens that thatthe t iat iatthe
the most recent a and d thorough canvasses canvassesof
of the doubtful states are absolutely absolutelyconvincing abso1uteI abso1uteIconvincing
convincing that Judge Parker will l la laelected > j jelected
elected electedFully electedFully
Fully appreciating the fast that thatwithin thatwithimi
within fortyeight hours the actual rr rrsult resuit
suit will be kiipwn and keenly sensi sensible sensiMe ¬
ble of the responsibility we assume w wde1ze wo woflcl
flcl de1ze r out jiOKttfve beli belltT that tivj ti tiDem
Democratic Dem erattic omdfdate will rtcelve at atIdast
least 270 70 votes in the electoral college eollegpj
We WT appeal to aM patriotic citizens ciUzento
to do their duty by their country an anparticipate anparticipate <
participate Jn the triumph of an un unpurchasable uripurcbesabe
purchasable people peopleCortelyous peopleCorteiyous
Cortelyous Claims ClaimsNew ClaimsNew
New York Nov 6 6George George B Cor Cortelyou or ortelyou ¬
telyou chairman of the Republican na national national ¬
tional committee made a brief state statpment statemeat
meat tonight reiterating his forecast o othe nthe <
the previous night on the result of th thelection Uto Utoelection
election He said saidAs saidAs
As a final forecast I see no reason
to change my previous statement and I Iadhere Iadhere
adhere to that after receiving full fullports ir irports
ports from all over the United Stat Statin Staftin
in the fortyeight hours I am satis satisfied smtisfled ¬
fled that the Republican candidates fur furpresident frpresident
president and vice president will carry carryevery earr earrevery
every northern state with the possibh possibhexception possiblexception
exception of Maryland and Nevada ari ariwill anlwill
will not have less thaw 314 of the 47 47votes 46 46votes
votes in the electoral college collegeATTACKED
Russian Explorer Put to Death in inMongolia inMongolia
Mongolia MongoliaSt
St Petersburg Nov 8 eGeneral eGeneralropathin General Ku Kuropaikin
ropaikin reports t tat eu LieutenanttVi LieutenanttVinel
nel nd Bogdenoff who was sent by Vi Vieriy VieriyAlexIeff < eroy eroyAlexieft
Alexieft to explore Mongolia acton actonpanied aeopanied
panied by only two InterpretTS and anticourier a acourier
courier wa was attacked By Chinese bai baidits baidits
dits on Nov 3 near Durinbin mountair mountairon mountamon
on the Chinese Eastern railway aivi aivithat anithat
that one of the Interpreters was killc killcthe killethe <
the others of the party being capture I ICavalry
Cavalry sent In pursuit of the bandit banditfound
found the corpses of Lieutenant tik tiknd < V > K Knel
nel nd Bogdenoff the second interpret thterpiettand
and the courier eourer which hve beci bee
brought to Hkrbin General Kuropav Kuropavkin Europmki
kin ki adds that punitive measures will willbe
be taken takenGeneral takenGeneral
General Kuropatkin also ais import ti tirepulse 1 1repulse
repulse of a Japanese at attak tack on onright I Iright
right flank on Nov 5 Six Russia Russiawere
were killed No reports of fighting i m mdy
day have been received
Constantinople Nov 6 The Ru RuVolunteer a avolunteer
volunteer steamer Yaroatav from od odsa jdSe
sa with supplies of coal and vat vathas walhas
has passed through the Bosphoms Bosphomsthe
the way to join the Russian BaJ BaJsquadron Ba Basquadron
squadron squadronDRUNKEN squadronDRUNKEN
Detroit Mich Nov t 6EdWard Edwtunl Howarj Howarja
a pattern maker mak was shot and killed a ahis ahi
his hi home here today by his son Artfcur Artfcuraged krtlli1aged
aged a The elder Howard wh had b bdrinking bdrinking
drinking attacked h hs s wi bau baUrefuSed n nrefUSed
refUSed to rlv itvktzu mim morrv woi or n in > r rliquor
liquor The daughter f1 f1mothers caatc 10 10mothers °
mothers rescue Howard pwaea nH tii ti tiboth i imother
both to the floor and was choking hn hnwhen
The son an 1 1mother
when the son entered
mother assert that the shooting sho ° tig was as ast 4 4dental >
t dental dentalBRITISH dentalBRITISH
Gibraltar N NovGTbe i The cruisrt cruisrtOlympia 7 7Olympia
Olympia Cleveland and E Ds s Momes Ioine o othe of ofth
the th t United States European squadron squadronRear squadrOflRear
Rear AdmiralJewell cem ceMMflg aii S have haveat a aai
ai rived here hereThe
The Obinplat had in tow the 0 British Britishschooner Britishschooner
schooner Elizabeth with her stern bad badly badly ¬
ly damaged bycolliston by collision with the Olym Olympia lym lympin ¬
pin the night of Nov Novi5 18 The Olympia OlympiaI
I was not damaged damagedADDITIONAL dainagpdADDITIONAL
I SU Peterbusg Nov 6Sir Chari ChariIHardinpe harI harIHardinge
IHardinpe the British j einbaesdor mba < ador to toIday today
Iday day submitted to Foreign Minisu 3t1nitirLatnsdorff > r rLamsdorff
Lamsdorff thr additional articles of ofproviding orthe
the Angioflurafl agreemeflt the first firstprovidIng
providing fOr 1alassessOr l Assessor Assessorvision tOt I be becoutracting4ii
coutracting4ii he seorJ for a li livision
vision of thenSRpen the expenses s of > i cooimis cooimisfstdn enmmisskin
fstdn skin aiid the third that tl tli > ifislon le 151011 of ofjthe 0 0I
jthe I the majority ot the commit comm < > n shall shallbe shalljbe
be binding

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