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2 THE lH THESALrI SALT LAKE HERALD IIER LD FRIDAY Y DECEMBER 2 190 190t
STORY STOROFTHE OF THE DEFENSEDenver DEFENSE DEFENSEDenver
Denver Democratic Election ElectionOfficials ElectionOfficial ElectionOfficials
Officials Official Before 6efore Commis Commissioner Commissioner Conuiissioner
sioner Capron CapronDenver CapronDenver
I ItVl
Denver Dec ionl 1 1Only Only three witnesses witnessesfor witnesCSfor
for the detente defe were heard tOlRYthp touay In Inthf Inth
thf th election > cases pending before beforeUnited beforeUnited
United 1 nittd States St tes Commissioner A B Ca Capron Capron Capron
pron pronThe pronrhe
The hearing bea llpti was interrupt interruptiNl by the themcesslty t the1bcesLty e elwce
mcesslty lwce slt7 ibrthe tbr t tjIU a presence preeneor of several 8tJv8i1I t1 ot otihf Otthe otL
L the ih defendants det ndan in the th supreme court courthero courthert
hero > they stand and charged with coil coilttnpt COrltmll cwIteflipt
ttnpt ttnptThe tmllrhe tefliptrh
The rh oass oas liffor th the commlBiBOiW commlBiBOiWf c
a a4 based Upqn 1lqn the charge that th the dc dcffndants 41e
f ndants Indants ndantsf f ft yfl4 t M MoPK lp1l leimer 1
from rzn voting fri rn precinct l Eignt lght of t tFirth the theI
Firth I iflh ward WtUmer VtdmercJaims claims that m mballot mt mtbaUot
ballot was vn already alroo marked Socialist Socialistwhen SoclaUstwhen
when handed hun and d that wli wll11 n J Jillslsted be beinsisted
insisted on havinga havtn haVIng 8HCond a second ballot he heAY hewas
AY was as thrown out of o the he polling place by bytwo bytwo
two of the defendants defendantsAldepnwn defendantsAdemUi1
Aldepnwn Michael Mahoney Charles CharlesKofsky CharlesKofsltY
Kofsky and m1 Edward OMallla respect respectively respeclhely ¬
ively judge and clerk of election all of ofthe ofthe
the defense testified t tIfled that Welmer did didnot didnot
not ot discover that the word Socialist Socialistnas
was on his ballot until after it had 11 buau buauhandad b j3eItban4iI on onhflnq8fl
handad to itofsky oflkY whose duty had boon boonto boento boonto
to tear t ta r off tlie U setfcnd ie ond of o the reference referencealine reference11p
aline iltr and the Jattqr J8tt r had returned ft to tohim tol1iJn toliiiii
him The defendants added that a anumber aJI1 aIurnber
JI1 number nbel of f other oth r voters voters were w ro waiting waitingthor wattingthetr
thor turn at the time so that it w wpossible wPossible
possible Weimars ballot had been beenliaudod beenU
liaudod U lool to some other voter and place placein > l lin
in ii the box and that the ballot that was wasrBfcurnedj wa
rBfcurnedj 1 Jr e < to him was that of some other othervcttir otho1v I
vcttir vcttirThe v t9 t9e
The he e witnesses for the prosecution pro cptJon had hadoil hadaU L
oil testified that AVeimer came out of ofthe ofthe
the tii booth protesting against the ballot ballotwhich ballotwhich
which he said had a mark oh it i and andthat a1uIthat L
that he had not yet handed it to the thejudges thejudge6 th
judges dges to be folded pasted and marked markedfor markedfor markedtor L
for deposit In the ballot box All three threetestified threettified threEtestIfied
testified that no force was used to eject ejectWeimar ejecteJmor ejectI
Weimar eJmor from the polling place placetht and andthat a I
tht he was removed only because becau they theybelieved theybelievod the thebelieved r
believed he was trying to vote twice twiceBurnetts twIceII twIceurnetts
i II IIBurnetts
Burnetts Vanilla Extract Extractgist Extractg
jg g thoet obest The grocers know it In Inst Inlt
gist lt st onhaving on havIng Burnetts It is for your yourtood r
food 1 Pure ure and wholesome wholesomeFAIR wholesomeI wholesomeFAIR
I
I FAIR HAS PASSED PASSEDINTO PASSEDI PASSEDINTO
I INTO HISTORY HISTORYSBFTZ H1STORCntnuec1
SBFTZ icupp
1tI1JContinued
Continued Cntnuec1 from Pace P 6 One Onecerrtrated Oneted
cerrtrated ted In the main avenues to view viewfor viewfor iie iieior r
for the tI e last time the magnificent elec electric elcctrIo ¬
trIo illumination One solid stream of ofhumanity othumanity o f
humanity swept through the Pike from fromend fromend oa a
end to o end The spirit of revelry was wasthere Wasthere wa wap S
p there Never since the opening had hadmore hadmore
more enlivenment been shown at night nighton nighon t
on the grounds groundsDramatic groumisDramatic
4 Dramatic Ending EndingSteadily Endin EndinSteadll1 EndingSteadily
Steadily the white electric bulbs all allfymetted slluetted
fymetted uetted the exhibit e hibit palaces against againstthe again t tthe
the night periodically the illumination illuminationOf a
Of the terrace of states eurmountaing eurmountaingIPqstlval surmountalng1P g
IPqstlval 1P tval hill changed from white to toTed tood t 0
Ted od od then to green and then back to towhite tohlte t 0
white hlte Over on Agricultural knoll tie tiegreat tflegroat fji fjiI e
great floral olock clicked off the min minutes mlnutoa mm I ¬
utes aes of the departing pageant And in inthe Inthe I Ii
the night nl ht rang out the tone of themtUfsive the themassive th thS 0
massive bell as the midnight hour was wastolled wast Wa Waa S
tolled t lled by the great clock Instantly a abush nhush
hush seemed to pervade the entire entiregrounds entireronnds C
grounds The glowing electric bulbs bulbsslowly bulbsslowly s
slowly began dimming the pulsations pulsationsof pul tions tionsqf 8
qf the great engines that drove the thecascadog thecad th thcscado
cascadog cad gradually died down The light lightfaded 1Ightfwdod 11gb 11gbf4w1
faded steadily diminishing until but butf4nt a afujnt alt
fujnt glow was perceptible Suddenly Suddenlythere SuddenlYth Suddenlthere
there th re was darkness and the Louisiana LouisianaPurchase LouisianaPurcbase
Purchase exposition had passed into intothe intothe tnt tntthe 0
the chronicles of history historySMALL historySMALLAMOUNT historySMALI1TAHOUNT
SMALL SMALLAMOUNT SMALI1TAHOUNT AMOUNT LEFT LEFTStockholders LEFTStockholpers
Stockholders Will W il1 ll Get Little Out of ofthe ofthe C Cthe It
the Worlds Fair TairrSt FairSf rairSt
St L Louis ui Mo Dec 1 IWhile Whilo It will 1Ubo bo I to
imixMurtblc to obtain the actual receipts roceiptsami La LaatiL
ami 41 tntexpeOOltures expenditures of the Louisiana Pur Purhuge Purtlasc Pu r rutlaC
huge < Itoiioaltlou lutUon cwmiHtny before tho mid middle mlddie mitlie ¬
die of December Secretary Walter E Elfens I IStivens
Stfvens lfens of the worlds fair air made the foN fo 1
lowing Jwln ii wing statement to tha Associated Press Pre is
tnisrhl tnisrhlFrom tnightIrOln triightFroii
From reports that have been aubmit aubmitma aulmtltrd t
< ma rd d of the admissions to the ground up L LI ID tID
t tn < 9 oclock tonight we estimate e timate that the thempndance theIttPudance ti le le4ttP11aflCe
mpndance < on oI Francis day will be b a few fewliousand fewhlltland fe a aIs
liousand in excess of 300000 oro and that the theattendance theattendance tt Is
attendance for ur the exposition period will willlv WI 111 111h lit
4 lv in the neighborhood of ot8sroOOO ot8sroOOOru 18Sfl0000 18Sfl0000fn
Li fn round nunibqrs nUJubo the exposition com comoptioii comImy cosL
L Amy lias ha expended OOOOOO since th the In Intfpllun Ii
4 optioii of the worlds fair project and andthr andt as asthy
t thy 11 expenditures of the severalstates seyera states and andi andIrritorles at atrrjtorboo
i rritorJes have reached a total of 9COO 9COOMI 9000The 9OEXotu
otu MI The fucoipts since the opening day dayl1ril da y ypril
April l1ril 3ft have amounted to about 10000 10000i 10 10conlaUnt 1O00IE
IE i conalming of admissions and nd conces concesina conCe6ion cone
ion ItU royalties In addition tb these Ve Veipts redpts r ritS e
itS were the funds amounting to about aboutJliOOOCDO abol Ut UtII t
JliOOOCDO 1 1oUO 00 tile raised by subscription sub aad ap apVhile aproprlaUon a aJ II
J roprlaUon to build the exposition expositionWhlle
Vhile it is impossible to state exactly exactlytiu exact I
tIt financial condition of the exposition expositioniumpuny eJCPosltiOJi1ptl1y eposiLitnpgfty n l
iumpuny 1ptl1y on this th the eloping elo c1osin in day it can canbe ci In Inbt n
be 1 authoritatively announced that all allitMs aUdehts I illen II
itMs asafnet a tnet the tl company have been beenl he en n
4 l iiItt o uiil ld with the exception ex nUDn of a few current currentat currentcllOunt curre i if t
f cllOunt at oount salaries etc and thIs thl it is istiitiiiKlit IsthllllKht
tiitiiiKlit will coUBume wq ume nearly all the aur auriitia 3urJ si ir
iitia J i 118 no o that tht there th will only be a very verytmall ye yetmaIL ery erytmall ry y
tmall amount left l rt for the stockholders stockholdersFrom Ittockholdersorom stockholdersFrom
From the > amount of royalties collect collectd t ti
d 1 by the exposition company it is e 68ti 68tiilia 051 U Uniiitcil UiutcI
ilia niiitcil td that the conoesionarle8 con lorarle on the theIikt thepili ti ti1i1
Iikt 1i1 and n4 other noorte of the ttt > world worlds fPlr fPlrrounds fli flirtuuds fllrrounds
rounds have take In at least le t 10000000 1QXtQlI 10000000Immediately
Immediately I upon th te rloslne of the theyits theIt t tts he e
yits It ts a large force of men began be anthtiork anthtiorkr tileswork tilesworkif thewo k
if r I packing j8ekk an4 u4 qbtpPi islppJng hi ping t t1 xhlhit 9xJllblTIr exhibilTirt xhlhitT rt rtI j kj
T TIr if > rr are more t twui KB officials oft 181s of ihf th thInit V h f
rutted Init I tttcd < d States s ttrs te customs service ser ice on the thegrounds therllunde t he e
grounds an4 they the will remain on duty dutyuntil dtltyillttil dii tIN IN y
diied
until the last exhibit ha hfiS been shipped shippedi shipi ed d
1 > the home address addr of the th exhibitor or orto orto
to such other daatinatlon as may ma b be se setnnnihg selees i ilected e s
lees lected jl1nning tnnnihg D nlng tomorrow the exposition expositionnripiWte on n
131 nripiWte will be > upon to visitor between be1 beitwo beitwop ween weenm en n
f t m anti anu 5 p m an admission fee of ofW ofit orcents if
W cents being lnS charged charedThis chalsedrbls chargedThis
This charge will probably be reduced to o
21 cents within a few days All persons personsnterinp persons personst11lerlng personstertng
nterinp tm the groups ou s wflldodO will do = so at thtUr thtUrwn th thown
own ow owvi > wn n risk and hone nom of thojjxhiblt th Jx111blt hlblt palace palacewin palaOwm
win vi vino 1 be open to visitorsKltwiisalsQ V visitors < ItW 1twasatsehn satsQtln satsQtlnnouncc an announccd
nouncc no non nounccd unce that all of thoPlkc thel the Pike > lke AttrnVtJ ltnioobnsw ltnioobnswwill ttnitJOnSill llS llSwill
will n ill be permanently closed closc tonight tonightContinued tOnightONlY tonightt1Y
q
ONlY U t1Y fUR TRE llt
fO RMllESAWAM RMllESAWAMj
Continued C C ntlnued j from Pa Paze re One OneOpinion OneJ
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1 1i9T 4It 4ItOpinion
Opinion O > of a Correspondent From FromVictoria FromPo
>
Po Port t A1tqt1r A1tqt1rVIctotl
Victoria B 13 C Dec L lRichnrq Richard B6r B6rry Bfirry B
ry r y war rur correspondent for to a ai Franclseo Fran Franclsco
clsco c1 sco newspaper arrived here today todayfrom todayfrom
from fr om Port Arthur oi 91 tfhe h he Japanese liner llnerI
iIyo I yo o Mam en rou route te to San Francisco Franciscoi
i H e exppesseg e prcsse thp opinfpn UPliJQIlthat that It t will i inarty i iIJInnny oe
narty cn any weeks yet before the fortress ttrtie S Sort Jfi JfiPort I
Port P ort Arthur can be captured rie ne has hasbeen hasbeen haseen
been b een with General Nogio army since sinceAugust sinceiAu sinceugust
August Au A ugust ust He H says s yJ3 the J Jf jpan panes llnElt regard regardthe r ll1Jd ll1Jdthe
the t he anival of the Baltic fleet with con considerable conslderableappr coniderable ¬
siderable slderableappr s apprehension appr h6nsionJ 4 ut > > ut are are making makingtremendous makingtremendous makingremendous
tremendous t preparations for itsvproper itsvproperreception Itsproperreception ltsprpereception
reception receptionI r
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LOST + OST 15000 15O 15OOOME 15OOOMEssault O MEN MENAss
Asspult Ass A ssault ult Upon Meter ter Hill Cost tHe tHeJaps tlJ th thJaps
Japs J p Dearly DearlyLouden D arly arlyI4ondon ry ryto
Louden to nil 011 Dec 2The HorrcppondenL at atChetoo
Chefoo C hefao of the Daily Dnil Telegraph suta flint flintthe t1mtthe
the t he attack on 2011Meter hill resulted in inheavy tJ
heavy h eavy losses to tho U Q first fr t dlviaiin of the theTupnneao theTul
Tupnneao Tul T iLpflfl0O > nne o stonners Simultancoujdy St mu 1taneoudv with withthis withth1
this th1 t assault the correspondent corr > spolldeuL d w s miu miuof mt la laof
of f the Ninth and Eleventh flivlsions ad advanced advanccd 51anccd ¬
vanced and nn l menaced menace the fllhlung and
Kekwan K ekwan forts It i Iii said the > correspond correspondent orrE pomf pomfant pont ¬
ant ti nt adds that within the last l fit twentyfour twentyfourhours twnty twentytiUtours ur urhours
hours h ours the th Japanese Jnp nese casualties have havetotalled l1Uvetotalled
totalled t 15000 and it te ali asiortpd anfiortf ort l that t the theture theattack
attack a have been plalJl8 to 4intinllO 4intinllOuntil
until u ntil Dec 10 when it i 11 QPe the 81 81ture capure <
ture t ure of Port Arthur will 111 be completed completedBussians compltedRussians
Bussians Russians RussianOlairh Olaira Olai h Victory VictorySt
St Petersburg Dec 1 IGeneral General Kuro Kuropatkln KuroIatldn
patkln r atkin reports under yesterdays date datethe lntpthe
the con continued lnJled pursuit of the Japnn Jap Jaapuse tt ttwho s swho
who r retrn trtated ed from TfsiiiiUetQhen JiSlni 1etQnOfl The TheRussians roCRussIans
Russians Nov NO 24 forced the hc Japanese Japanesejrear 4apaIIOSQrear aanese
rear r ear guard to evapu ev evacpitte pMe e p pass ten tentmlles tenfmlles tenmiles
miles fmlles I Ir southward of o Tginkhjjtchen The ThQussian
r Russian ussian losses were insignificant insignificantGenerals In ItisigniacantGenerals jijnJf1cantGenerals
Generals Wounded WoundedTokio Wou ded dedTokio
Tokio Dec 1 1Revorts Reports from the Jap JapI JaPaneSe Japanese
I anese army besieging Port Arthur say
that Lieutenant General l Thuohiya is isamong isamong
among the th wounded and that General GeneralNakamura GeneralNakamura
Nakamura the leader of o the speoially
trained body of swordsmen which whichcharged whlohcharged whichcharged
charged Into the Russian forts Nov
26 was Injured in both bot legs legsHurt le legsEurt s sHurt
Hurt Russian 1tussi Securities SecuritiesSt SecuritiesSt
St Petersburg Dec 1 1TJle The reported reportedcapture reportedcaptureo b bcapture
capture of 203 Metre hill at SPort Port Ar Arthur Arthur Arthur >
thur was reflected in the bourso today
Imperial 4s declined V tAol of a point pointEDNA pointEDNA pointEDNA
EDNA WALLACE HOPPER HOPPERHAS HOPPERHAS HOPPERHAS
HAS FIGHTING CHANCE CHANCEVancouver CHANCEVaneouer CHANCEVancouver
Vancouver B C Dec I IThe The present t
hearingof hearing of the appeal in the Dunsmulr
will case suddenly came to an end today
when a strong point was scored by the i
plaintiff which sends the parties Uack had C
for further furtt10r evidence This nolnt is that t
the plaintiffs Jlalnt tsolalm claim that one of the wit ¬
nesses to Alexander Dunsmuirs Dun muirs signa ¬
ture to his will did not know that the
document was a will Under the Califor ¬
nia law this would make the will null and am
void voidTho voidThe old oldThe
The appeal will be continued at the next next L
full court when additional evidence
on ot 1
this point has been secured securodTROUBLE securedTROUBLE
TROUBLE IN VENEZUELA VENEZUELAIoreign VENEZUELAForeign
Foreign Element Apprehensive Apprehensive ApprehenslycDtnger of ofDanger ofDangel F
Danger DangerWashington DangelWashington DtngerWashington
Washington DOOL Dooo1Reports Reports reach the thl B
state state department of a very unsettled un1 unettledstati ttled state t
of affairs a fal in Vestfszuela Ye z eJa Many Man citizens
have been rens cn put tn n prison fI on for 1s aJltjeod IPBQd pplit
teal offenses O ortenses s public pub Ie opinion Is Inflamed
and serious apprehenaloa apptTehe IQn for their safety stlCet
prevails among the foreign element The Tb
state department del > artment is closely observing the tb a
progress of events there It is patiently patient
awaiting the final decision of the supreme S
court of Venezuela in the case of the tb e
American asphalt concern When that thatd de
clslon is handed down downannoutJC downannounoment announcement ment will all 111 I
fills he made government of the policy to be jursoodby pursued by b I I
Frequent l requ > nt reorts reach the European iIropea1 a
embassies here of the troubles of foreign
fmf ers in irn Venezuela i iwhich and othe sIow slowness eat with t
which hilt the foreign Koyornmont are ob I
talnlnj their indemnity indemnlt awards because beciu o
of the action uf f President Castro Ca ro ii in a
opening new ports portsWIFE tmrtsWIF portsyj
WIFE WIF yj DESERTION DFSERTTbh CHARGED CHARGEDProminent CHARGEDPromiDent CHARGEDProminent
Prominent Idaho Citizen Arrested in inChicago inChi ii a aclicago
Chicago Chicagoi Chi clicagoCiUcago ago agoI
i I Clifcago CJ cago Dec I 100 1On Qn charges that he hi C
deserted his wife and little son in ii
Chicago three years ears ago David Mac
kenzie l l enzie of Boise IdaX Jdq idi a wealthy wealth mine mineoperator mineQRerJ S SQJerator
operator QRerJ tOf has h been arrested in Chicago D
by b order qf Q Judge rud JudeDniie Dynne eDnneUacl8n
Mackenzie Uacl8n Macl enzle l declared to the deputy deput deputsheriff tputy tputysherar r
sheriff that he la In Chicago Chi go attending attlndJngCDurt attndini g gcnurt
court proceedings proeeedlngsand and through previous a aJ
operation of f the courts has as been placed J
beyond bond reach of the writ issued by b
Judgfe Jld e Dunne Orders were ere given the th 0
deputy deputyto to keep lee p Mackenzie in sight jg t un tintil
til there c cun n be an adjustment of his hisclaim hi S Sclaim
claim to exemption from the now w ar arrest arr05t
rest
a I II
I MUST fiIVS PAY THE BILL BILLXew BILLNew
Xew Haven eonn aim Dec tec tecWright i iDean iDeanirt Dean
Wright irt ht of the theeademIc < icadpmic ca fmlc Uep qtputmf rtmaJit t of oC1i1t c cTide
Tale > has ordered the t e members of the theUClShmal th thireshiman
UClShmal ire hman class cfJ s to pay p an assessment o o oO I Icoots
30 O cents each ll ia ord 9r ardor or r t tt meet the ex exIncurred esponsea j
pan8H Incurred by the th city cit iwrk cominl eommhstoner
stoner in cl0anln el anlni nlng > East t Rook Ro k parkafter park after afterfrc afte aftefreshmen
freshmen frc hmen celebration on thrrr Signs on the thefencei iii I Ifences
fences in the neighborhood of the park par
were disfigured dl rtbured and nd QIC numerical 0 oi fark farkwere parI the tkcclass Lii Liiclass I
class wore painted on the face aer of the lofty loftycliff loft 3
cliff The bo actual perpetrators oftho or the acts netsof act actof 3s s
of vandalism hdU have not ben b h discovered U9 <
g t
I I 1JCornfortwi11 Comfort will cling closely cl sdy to toyou toYOlI toyou
you this winter vinter if f you are on onthe 011the onL
the inside of anHSJM anHSJMovercoat an HI HtSM HtSMovercoat S M Movercoat
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overcoat overcoatfJYou3 overcoattJfy I IF
F tJfy fJYou3 oull have the the s sa Mkgtion sasfactionof ifa Mkgtionof tion tionof
of paving doctors Ijills b 1iU lls vand vandother F and andI pcl pclother
I other such items too tooll
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EUREKA E EUREKAYOUNG UREU UNG MAN AN HAS SERIES 1
1 e ti A v 0 0OF OF JH THRILLING ILU FIGHTS WITH REEKS I
SJf Spcdi tt o The rIoraIl rIoraIlu f1erai <
EufkI u tX nec c l4Will YnJ ifcCU I
l Ipugh io ioli ugh h a ydu uig JrJ grMlj an n who arlveja drlve fhe a a di dilivery dll1lhiCr devery
livery lhiCr li very Ivasoh 1igo forjiM fdrtIi r t 3 BhilonEeirhtcre BhilonEeirhtcread 31ijnonBe nOJ B fstc fstchad tcr1 1 1I
had h ad a thrilling ejcperience e tonight ivgar ivgarJericho t tejcio I
Jericho J a small station on the IQtJ San SanPedro Skn Sknpedro Snedro
Ps Pedro P Pli edro l railway alhayab about i1t fifteen miles milessoutheast mllesQUth1 milesouthwest
southeast s QUth1 outhwest t ot othere here He owes hs hJsltfe life to toJiis tohis
his li liW la Strength and nd nerve McCullough IVIcCulloughwh
wh who W it la but 20 years y cars m old was sent to toTlntic toTinUc
Tlntic T intie Junction Ju ction five five miies from here i ithis
this lhis th is afternoon a1t Iloon with a load of groceries
for f or two Grgekit Grftk At the junction jun tlon the
men m men en met m < f Mc rnFii b j > f ftake
Mcii1iougi
u1ioug1 Indu inducing < ing him lo
take t tjie t e gopj gO gcz to Jericho Jericho promising to
give g Ive Ijltn him 15 for fo fothe > the trip Before th the
latter la tter nlace Jlace 1aee wqs reached his team gave
out o ut HcCullough told tho tli men he could
OBERNDORFER O CHOSEN CHOSENWell CHOSENWell
Well Known Kn wn Stock Broker Se Sej
i j lected a as School Board BoardCandidate BoardCapdjd BoardCandidate
Candidate Capdjd t in Fifth FiftfiJoseph FifthJoscnh
Joseph Oberndorfer the well known knownstockbroker knwnstockbroker
stockbroker s was yesterday ye terda selected by
aiessrs i ssrs George A Sheets Shf ts and J E
t Darmer D armer Amerloah AmlrIo 1 party Jiart committee commltteemeri committeeen
meri men m en of of the theFIfth Fifth precinct to nil the thevacanqy theyacanQY theacanqy
I vacanqy v on the ticket caused by the theresignation th threSlgn theesignation
resignation reSlgn r tIon of AV V J 1 1 Halloran Jlr 1 1berncjorfel
dbernciorfer O bermorfcr willbe wiil be op0os opposed p d by Dr G GPfotitz
B Pfoutz the nonpartisannominee nonpartisannomineeSo nonpartisan nominee nominfeSo
So far f l as surface indications go the theschool thescbool thechool
school s campaign up to thia time has hasbeen husbepn
been b een unusually quiet It is J believed the theFirst theFINlt theirst
First F irst and Fifth precincts pr clnctG will furnish furnishthe furnl furnishhe h hthe
the t tf he liveliest contests contes s In the Fir Flrt t tfriends tfriends
friends f of both candidates c are busy in ina ina
a ac peaceful > ea cful sort of way Yesterday Yesterdaycards Y tarda tardacatl3s
cards c bearing a likenessof likCn hikenss s of Mr 11 Murtlp qrtfp
and a nd stating he Is the regular r > ulnr nonpar nonpartisan nOJJ PID ¬ I
tisan tis t an nominee Cor 01 the beard b d were wer b be I IIng
ing i ng circulated clrcuh rt9fr Q tC W Symons and andothers Ud I Iothers
others o who ur urgQiI qfl nil air their acquaint acquaintances acquaintances acquaintnces ¬
ances a nces to vote against Mr Corum CorumThe CorumThe
The nonpartisan n candidates general generally ¬
ly l y are being b ing taken care of by commit committees c mlt mlttees ¬
tees t ees selected from the Damorratic DerpocrnUc antI anlRepublican antIRepubUcan andRepubican
Republican parties The American nom ncmrinees nomnees i
inees i nees are re being assisted by committee committeemen committeemen
men and by letter prepared x in the theparty the1part theparty
party part headquarters These letters are arein areIn aren
in i n most cases addressed to the parents parentsof
of school children and an urge the election electionof e ection I Iof
of the American party candidates on onthe onthe onthe
the ground that a determined effort effortder efforthas
has been made tu place the schQals sehioolsun sehioolsundci un undel
del ecclesiastical control Quotations Quotationsfrom Quotationsfrom
from the courses of study in the Mor Mormon Mormon ¬
mon religion classes are enclosed In the theletters theletters
letters with a copy oop of a letter said to tohave
have been issued to Mormon teachers in inthe 111the
the public schools schoolscahling calling upon them to toserve toserve
serve as Instructors of religious classes classesI cla5ses1
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hI I saw Frank Mayo do this piece > years yearsago yearsa yearsago
ago a o said a rounder who was wa among
those present at the Grand last night nightand nightand
and Jeffries has got him taking the thacount i icount
count in the first thirty seconds of the 1
first On t round Talk about Mayo playing
Davy Crockett Well Its Jeff Jet for mhe mheevery mlJcyery m1i m1ieyery
every time Did Maya put pn a sparring sparringcontest sparringcontest sparringcontest
contest Naw there wasnt wasntt1 a t sign or ot a asparring Rsparring ssparring
sparring contest Didnt Jeff bat this thisfellow thisfellow
I fellow Kennedy Kenned nil around aroun the ring Say
j Kennedy would have had Mayo on Queer Queerstreet Queerfitroet QueerStreet
street before the sound of the opening openinggong openingsong openinggong
gong had died away
In respect to the sparring Jeffries cor c < r
tainly has a long lead oiiMayo on Mayo As for
th the acting 3e tlngweH < weM didnt th thfl > house ihe cheer r
Jeffries at tt tho close of the second act actuntjl actuntjl actuntil
untjl his Is face t co turned tnrnt > d the color of the thentto
Ii iltili nm p pant > nt he wnuslng qp hIts hOQ hOQrigl1t good thcL < L
rigl1t rigJttJmtQ m ntto tO Sljfl Sljfltorn SJWW WU W ajiere 1ere It it had bees
torn to n by b tiding it Itln m Pacpof pla of a aR ajtionjr ntonjer bar
for fOfthl1do thafdoop 1 ll Didnt nt We audfen nUeU M cche cheer r
hint ilJ1 again ag ln when hen he carried ca ieii th girl away awayin
in intho Jhcourthact tho fourthact If ILappJause applause Is sweet sweetsolace 8Weersolilee
solace to the qoul otJI of the historian hlsJorl J on ont
James J Jeffries champion heavyweight heavyweightpugilist heavyweightpugilist heavywoighipugilist
pugilist of the world fairly swam In Insolace InSOIRCe ir L Lsolace
solace last night nightAt ni nightAt ht htAt
At the end of the bout the fellow feiiosroekett
Crockett roekett was a worse beaten man tb thai n I
Judge Parker and it is i rather rnth r to be sup
posed that thattl1fs tills JP Ip accelerating one onespeed onesp onei S Sspeed
speed sp t d ju jUt t It ftffle rr Il The first round roundopened roundoptued roun
opened with C CJAckett ckett In fairly good con
Itlon At the th sound = of the gong T8r Tafr
fries leaped to the center of the ring
bearing be oirhte 011 his ouidcrs a beautifully b = uttruJly
stuffed spiked bock he h had just gath gathered Jathpred gathred ¬
ered red up In the property room The houpo houpotuck hous
hang wIth applause as h threw the
tuck down downAfter downA downAfter
After A fler a few nom nioptents nU nt of fiddling Jef
fries led with a Mother 10 th er this li I my m mwork
work The plBywiight countered Heut ea
Iy with a Thank Th nk you my son and nd tne
bout was on on The rJe round was w hot through throughcut
cut and poor Davy was as groggy < aa sagong the thegong lh4gong >
gong rang for Jeffries had landed lan l his fa famous famous faIflOUS ¬
mous Be sure youre ourt right then go goahead g
ahead where It would do the most mostqId mosi mosigid
gqrid gqridRound gidIoufld qId qIdRQund
Round two opened with ith more fiddling
Jeff J > tr sparred with his bl lines without a i ipartner > Ipartner
partner for a fev fe seconds Then T1t > n he be began ¬
gan to get et busy bu A man tottered into the thecabin theabln fbicabin
cabin beg pardon the ring stiff with withcold witIcold
cold andplanted al planted a The girl is out tliere then
freezing treezlnll10 treezin to death doathi squarely on the big bi
fellows wind He H went down for th t i
count but struggled strUs iled = gamely to his feet fee
and fought Davy Da to the theroat roues By th
time the girl had gotten warm and Jeff Jet
was feeling felln strong again the wolves wore won
turned loose Jim was groggy as the therouud rh
round cloned and seemed med all In This wu3 wit
Crocketts round roundThe roundThe roundThe
The third round bean with Jeff stUl stUlcould sf11
lottery Ht almost Clew up before ho it
could ufilmd land lib Bald on thaI it tak take p
time to pull uli out this bar but he h put itut It I
tionie ho all right and seemed to feel Ct better ettN
for or it lie was coming strong whsit Wb l the lb
round olosed tlosEC1Round elosetlRound
Round four oneiid with Ith Jeff stronger stronel v
than ever Before B foe a hand could be ratt4 rainett raise 1rt
against ac Jl1st him hwhe ho whlupod w hrpod hia hf8 14s You cant eant ca t
have thatthar that than a pi lie l she shea > mine to Ifts
opponents face Then quick as llght
nmg he cros8 crossed tl him with Were off to I
the mOtUJtln mountings 1s jyiij tJ flic t1ctaywrhhl playwright wa wu tv
holding on hard t t4tke to keep p out of Queer Que r
street streetIt streetIt streetit
It wag wa plainly apparent Clp arent when whenround round five fly C
opened that all h was w U s over but cutting up ti p
the money Jeff landed at atwfU will and wh whpl1 < Mi
he I > got home with h Mothef Iot1e lye Iebroui1t brought
you home a darter dart r there tIiereitsnohJng wits Us nothing m t
it i t except f Pt the carrying out of the uncon ¬
scious form orm Great 6r > 8t apnlaufe ftJI
Really Jeftrlos t Is not as n bed an a actor seft
as you might think He doesnt pretend I
to It be bl a Mansfield or an Irving he wool would
rather fight any an time than act The show aho
is well w 1l worth all ft ecmta Xobudv No y can 00
fail f U to b b Interested and entertained entctal ffd bjr hi
I n And certainly c the sparring contoat optoi
at the end is worth watting for
Davy D w Crockett will be seen e n agata to It
ftlghi tamorrow night and at a matins m UntIe C
tomorrow tomorrowMia t tomorrowMiss morrow morrowr
Mia r SfI Florence Roberts played hTho Tho Ad A I
venture of i Lftd tgdv > ady Ursula to a blc bl audi I
once nCl at the Theatre Th atro last ht t night rUJht The Wl bUr hi U
for tonight Is Toss of the DTUrber D rber
vitlea vitleaThe yUleiThe vItleiThe T
The advance sale fortjie tor the Ant concert cneei
by tot f3nl tk k Symphony Syrpp n orchestra orch 8tra at s it
the th SH Lake > theatre next Mqmlay Mqndayevoi hmda even clI ¬
lug opens Oons at the box office this moraing niorailt
Tit addition to the five nv numbers by the theorchestra thtor tt
orchestra or < he tm H S Goddard will jI1 Ji sing hl < tr aod an
W v I j llaKhman will flute
play a srto srtoGETS SClCoGE adloGETS
GETS GE S 10000 l 1000OA O OA A YEAR YEAflSan EA1t
San FnuielsijO f1tlcl tO Duo Du lwIIP 1 n Po Thrall 11 2rrlf 1i oC o
his I riry d ty has resigned r < hi hllC i ltOat losUitm > ositio ftIt1 an It xii xiiiiwintPiulral jo joNIUtlnt1M1
iiwintPiulral nr f th U flit viStgfctli 1MqtlIQiistoh division of the thenltl ft
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hecoini malinger nuullt r and ovprsnrr oversrprof of nil iii m itia M 1
hiisinrBS transnoteU tran ndetl by ii the Harriman 1Ia rntma ft
Unjs Itns of rajlroiuls Mr M Thrall will i tstlll eats tabr > ti
llefi honduimrters at It t Chicago All mal ma I
trfi Ir pertaining to c contracts intr ciH inr th trans t tna tnaifrtatjon ra ¬
portation of mall entered eutfredlntn Into between betwt r
tho railway linos Uno and the government will w
be umlpf lii Iris uup supervision rvlelon His salary 2ala r It IH Ptreported H
reported will bo b 5100M 1O1tO0 a year yearDIONS yoorIIONJ yearZTON
DIONS ZTON VICTIM DEAD DEAPTTrn DEADSan E4D E4DSan
San Francisco TTrn n er > n T Pe Dec o 1 1 lbanle l < Vi Vidrlcks tUIep nen T
drlcks ajicntamer a ahicntamerwho U n tanierwho Rho was badly b dly lac lacerated 1a 1aeratcd C Cerated
erated by a huge lion during an ej e1ut e it
bltlon last Sunday died today The aq aqcldent n nchnt acident
cldent happened ll pene during a dangerous dangeroustrick d ngrousrid
trick rid in whch which tjje lion wf wy w p miyilfr m mal maljpm lt to tojump toJJlmp
jump jpm throiigh a paper > l hoop The train trainer trai
er a1iJUltg lIftP4cland ftnd W vaj t uttSfikfi A tgQkej ty tyth I th thjhagSv 1 1Iti I IJh
jhagSv Jh 3Qa9tit1Yhl oasfeijyhic tordJiU tol1 hlli Iti leg fngfttful fngfttfuljfev 11
jfev JjB qJjQ ulua4wed flSVSod l cd a shock from which tiiehviU4 lIh 11ho ho h hy1dtt j
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go no no farther farther ian in4 ttn commenced omci nced tQ un unload urlodd ¬
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the twj jaeij m nicii l assailed 1 altHe hjnr IJe stir succeeded stirceedeclin W ¬
ceeded ceedeclin in wrenching a gun frrn fr Ir the thehands thel thebr4ns
hands l lUJS at 0 pun > an anLl t hetulDS off his hi aa aasallant iSaldnt3 Irasaiiapt
sallant aldnt3 witfi the he weapon W P9n he heU hej hejp
j jp U Jn Bj fl Into 1nt tte h W wQn OR wd n ws qr rgd P a tie tieJaded tte3a tieaued
Jaded 3a aued Qream team toward home hom He had pro proceeded
ceeded but a mile or so when he was wasassaulted Wasassaulted wasassaulted
assaulted by three more Greeks G eks and andin andIn andin
in the encounter which followed in toe toedarkness tnedarkness
darkness the pistol was 4ispharged so soclose
that McCulloughs face was pow powderburned IOwderburned POWtierburned
derburned tierburnedHow
How he finally fin lb eseapsd eS escape4orbow JINq 01 ° r bow badly badlythe badlythe badrythe
the men were we e fUJuredaicCullolish rnjured r CulloJSh does doesnot
not know He reached 5ureka ur ureka J a about Jo t 1 1oclock 1oclock 1oclock
oclock ths tJbJslUol1ing morning The Th sheriff will
make a search today for 1 r McCulloughs McCulloughsasEnhiantr laCulloubhsassallan
assailants ts
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REFEREE THE FIGHT FIGHTf I
+ f San Francisco Fra FraUelsco csc Doc Doc1It lrIt 1 It has hn been bC bcennractleally n + f fpractically 1 I InractfcaJI
+ 4 practically nractfcaJI Decided that Bljly Roche RochewIU + f
4will + wIU 11I referee r freo thosfipht tbo i ht between Jimmy +
+ f Britt and Battling Neon Ne n which + f
< take place In this th 3 city It on Oct 20f 2 20next +
+ f next Representatives R rf > sentnUf5 of the two f
4 fighters met tonight and the Britt +
4 1 + faction asked for Eddie Jd ie Graney Grane Todd +
+ 4 s Murphy munager for Nelson agreed 4 + i
+ to this with the 11 C understanding lJn erstal1dlng that thatshould 4 +
4 + should Graney not accept Roche Rochewould 4 + I
+ would be chosen This was satisfac 4 +
+ tory to t > all concerned It was later 4 4 I
4 learned that Gruney would refuse to 4
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San S an FraaeiRco Dec Dee1Tcoma 1 Tacoma evened evenedup cVlnedUJ evenedmatters
up UJ > matters today by taking the second secondfme 8econ 8econSlfme secondme
fme ga me of the he sp rpclal pcIal ejal series of eleven by
winning Wi nniig from Los Los 0 Angeles ngeles with a score scoreoC
of S to 1 Newton N Vton and apt Overall did the
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and a nd the usual salutes were fired at the thenaval thEaval I
r naval n aval and military stations at home homeand honundin i
and a ndin In the colonies The festivities at atSandringham atSandringham alaridringham
Sandringham S woreof w wOre re or a simple char character chareter i
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tertainment te teti of the school hool children of oi oire
the ti tig re estate at which the queen and her herguests heiuests I Iguests
tic guests g uests personally pt > rsonall attend to the wants wantsof 1 1cfthc1iltlo
of cfthc1iltlo c the little folks folksThe folksThc olk olkThe
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