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The Salt Lake herald-Republican. [volume] (Salt Lake City, Utah) 1909-1918, October 15, 1909, Image 2

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Grande railroad b forfeited We are arefor arefor
for a greater Salt Lake even If we have haveto
to t go to court for it and just now the theony theonly
only way wo can get anything is to tounite toln1tc
unite on the Republican ticket In this thiselection thiscletinn
election electionI
lI I have worked for the American Americanparty Americaiparty
party ever since there was a party by bythat bythit
that name and I worked for the old oldLiberal oldLIbral
Liberal party but I y no more of ofthis ofthi
this Kearns business far me Under the thetactics thetatles
tactics pursued now the American tick ticket tickCI ¬
et will be burled HO o deep It will not be becounted becounted
counted at the finish at all
The American party ticket both city cityand cityand
and councilmanic was filed with City CityRecorder CityRecorder
Recorder J B Moreton late yesterday yesterdayafternoon yesterdayafternoon
afternoon The city ticket was signed signedby signedby
by E B Critchlow and Arthur H Par Parsons Pareons ¬
sons chairman and secretary respec respectively respectiely ¬
tively of the convention and th the ward wardtickets wardtielcets
tickets by the officers of each ward wardThe wardThe
The ticket cads as follows followsFor followsFor
For mayor mayorJohn John S Bransford BransfordFor BransfordFor
For recorder recorderBenjamin Benjamin S Rives RivesFor fivesFor
For treasurer treasurerGideon Gideon Snyder SnyderFor SnyderFor
For attorney attorneyHarper Harper J Dlnlnny DlnlnnyFor
For auditor auditorRudolph Rudolph AlIT Alffclty AlITity
clty ity committee A J Sharon A C CSpears CSrr
Spears Earl Ripley George S Smith SmithJ SmithJcnb
J Jcnb cob T Raleigh Joseph Pugsley A AA AA
A Street Charles Lawrence Herman HermanBambergar HermanBamberger
Bambergar and J S DarmerCouncilmanic Darmer DarinerCouncilmanic
Councilmanic ticket First ward wardJrthn wardJhr
Jrthn B Moreton and James McKln McKlnrey McIlnIcy
Icy Second ward Edward G ODon ODonnfll ODnnlull
lull and Charles Homer Reed Third Thirdvard ThirdV
vard V ard vrllllam P Davis and Thomas ThomasMa ThomasMathews
Ma Mathews thews Fourth ward W Mont Fer Ferr
r iTifl ni Walter C C Lyne Fifth ward wardt
t P JMulvrv ijlv nn1 an Mark Rp11
Three Changes Among Republican KepublicanCouncilmen RepublicanCouncilmen RepublicanCouncilmen
Councilmen Are Reported to the theCity theCity theCity
City Recorder RecorderThree RecorderThree RecorderThree
Three withdrawals from the Repub Republican Rep b bHean bItcan ¬
lican councilmanlc ticket were filed filedwith filellwith filedwith
with City Cit Recorder J B Moreton yes yesterday yesterda1 yesterday ¬
terday One was that of James D DMurdoch DMurdooh DMurdooh
Murdooh who had been renominated renominatedfor
for longterm councilman from the theFirst tileFirst timeFirst
First ward and later was wa named n med for formayor formayor formayor
mayor on the Republican ticket The Theother Theother Theother
other two were the Rev Elmer I Go Goshen Goshen Goshezi ¬
shen In the Fifth and the Rev Francis FrancisBurgett FrancisBurgett FranchBurgett
Burgett Short In the Fourth These Thesevacancies Thesevacancies Thesevacancies
vacancies will be filled in a few days daysby daysby daysby
by the properly appointed agents of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the ward conventions conventionsThe
The councilmanlc ticket was filed In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the morning There was a slight dis discrepancy discrepancy discropancy ¬
crepancy in naming John M Knight as ascouncilman ascouncilman ascouncilman
councilman from the Fifth to succeed succeedMr
Mr Goshen for the long term as the thename thename thename
name of John M Hayes was signed to t3the tothe t tthe
the certificate of nomination as chair chairman chairman chairman ¬
man of the ward while the name of ofKerry otHerry ofHerry
Herry Cohn was signed as chairman chairmanIn
In the certificate from the Fifth noti notifying notifYing notifying ¬
fying the city recorder of the ward wardnominations wardnominations wardnominations
nominations The councilmanlc c ticket ticketwas ticketwas ticketwas
was filed as at first selected by the five fiveward fiveward fiveward
ward conventions as follows followsFirst tollowsFirst followsFirst
First ward wardJames James D Murdoch 541 541South 541South 541South
South Main street long l ng term James JamesG
G McAllister 9 Earls court short shortterm shortterm shortterm
term termSecond termSecond termSecond
Second ward wardJohn John A Ekman 823 823West 83Weilt 823West
West First South street long term termW termW termW
W E Vigus 22 West Third South Southstreet Southstreet Southstreet
street short term termThird tenriThird termThird
Third ward wardCharles Charles M lLees Lees 537 537North 537North 537North
North Fifth West street streetlq1Jg long term termWilliam termWilliam termWilliam
William J Yard 50 North Eighth West Weststreet Weststreet Weststreet
street short term termFourth termFourth termFourth
Fourth ward wardF F B Short 37 H Hstreet Hstreet Hstreet
street long term W F Atkin 90 U Ustreet Ustreet Ustreet
street short term termFifth termFifth termFifth
Fifth ward wardElme Elmer J Goshon Uni University Unlverslt UniverIty ¬
verIty verslt club long term Gilbert B BPfoutz nPloub BPfoutz
Pfoutz 1136 East First South S uth street streetshort streetshort streetshort
short term termAll termAll termAll
All tho nominations and changes changesmust changesInlSt changesinst
must be in the hands ha s of the city re recorfltr rer reeorr
corfltr r within fifteen days before the theday thfdn3 thedatof
day datof of election which means that no nochamps nocharmOB nochans
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ir r J S Bransford caused a rip ripexcitement ripexcitement ripexcitement
excitement yesterday afternoon afternoonappearing afternoonbr
br b appearing In person at American Americanparty Americanlarty Americaniarty
party headquarters and when he hefahook hehook heshook
hook hands with J E Darmer who Is Issupposed issupposed issupposed
supposed to be managing the mayors mayorscampaign mayorscampaign mayorscampaign
campaign for reelection the little littlegroup littlegroup littlegroup
group of party workers thought thoughtwell thoughtwell1hey well wellthey
they didnt know what to o think The Theword Theword Theword
word was passed that the boss had hadreally badreally ad adreally
really made up with the head of the theticket theticket theticket
ticket but there was a mental reser reservation reservation resorvatlon ¬
vation with every one of the decisions decisionsThe
The party workers who only learned learneda
a day or two ago that J E Darmer Darmercity Darm6rcity Darmercity
city chairman of the American party partywas partywas partywas
was down 1500 as his price
for trying to patch up the internal dif differences differences dirLerences ¬
ferences within the party and support supporting supportIng ¬
ing Bransford are inclined to look on onany onany onany
any action of their chairman chalrinanlth with no nosmall nosmall nosmall
small degree of suspicion This 1500 1500limit IWilimit 15Olimit
limit game is just a little beyond their theirpowers theirpowers theirpowers
powers of analysis and the amended amendedrules amendedrules amendedrules
rules under which Chief Darmer has hasstarted hastartk hasstarted
started the campaign ar percolating percolatingslowly pat4olatingslowly percolatingslowly
slowly through the minds of the real realworkers realwork realworkers
workers workersIt work rs rsIt
It was announced yesterday y at atAmerican atAmerican atAmerican
American headquarters that arrange arrangements arrangements arrangemnents ¬
ments were being made for a series of ofmeetings ofmeetlngs ofmeetings
meetings or rallies next week but the thethreatened thethreatened thethreatened
threatened withdrawal of Mayor MayorBransford MayorBransford MayorBransford
Bransford from the head of the ticket ticketheld ticketheld ticketheld
held up the plans for the reason that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the selection of speakers would depend dependon
on whether the Kearns or the Brans Bransford Branstord Bransford
ford factions of the party happened to tobe tobe tobe
be In power next week Some of the thebeat thebest thebest
best speakers In the party have been beenfor beenfor beenfor
for Lippman all through throughthe the campaign campaignand
and under no circumstances could they theybe theybe theybe
be induced to take the stump for forBransford forBransford j
Bransford BransfordThere BransfordThere BransfordThere
There were reports of trouble in the theranks theranks i
ranks of the American party drum drumcorps drumcorps drumcorps
corps yesterday es rday and unless the file friction frieUon filetion ¬
tion is carefully attended to thc Kearnf Kearnfprize Kearufprize Kearusprize >
prize noisemakers ers will not be heard heardagain heardagain heardagain
again during the campaign This trou trouble trouble troubie ¬
ble all started through the discharge dischargeof
of a wouldbe musician who refused to toassist toauist toassist
assist the police on 01 registration day in inrounding Inrounding inrounding
rounding up the scum scuin of Commercial Commercialstreet Commerlalstreet CommercialStreet
street and add to the illegal registra registration registration registration ¬
tion The musician remarked r that thathe th thathe t the
he had not sunk to the level of the po policemen IJIlIcemen p plicemen ¬
licemen who would do such work when whfnthey wh whenthey n nthey
they were supposed to be on duty and andIt
It was suggested that maybe he was wasnot wasnot wasnot
not Inu I in proper company In the drum drumcorps drumcorps drumcorps
corps A check for his time was made madeout madeout madeout
out and then some of the other mem members members members ¬
bers of the drum corps learned of the theaffair theaffair theaffair
affair The upshot of it was that there therewas therewas therewas
was a definite understanding that dur during durIng during ¬
ing the campaign none of the musicians musicianswould musicianswould musicianswould
would be forced to assist In illegal illegalregistration illegalregistration illegalregistration
registration The matter Is by no nomeans nomeans nomeans
means closed and unless the musicians musiciansire
ire convinced that no further attempts attemptswill
will be made to force them to do the thedirty thelrtr thedirty
dirty work of the party there will be beno beno e eno
no drum corps for the Americans this thisyear thisyear thisyear
New York Oct 14 HState State Senator Pat Patrick Patrick Patrick ¬
rick H McCarren the Democratic leader leaderOf
Of Brooklyn who underwent an opera operation operation operation ¬
tion for appendicitis last night Is fight fightIng fightIng fight1mg
Ing for recovery with the same grit that thathas thathas thathas
has won many of his political battles battlesLate battlesLate battlesLate
Late tonight he appeared to have h Ye the up upper upper uppci ¬
per hand but his condition is still serious seriousAlthough seriousAlthough seriousAlthough
Although conferences were ere held today
to choose some one to fill the senators senatorsplace senatorsplace senatorsplace
place no selection was announced announcedIt
It was announced at 215 oclock this thisFriday thisFriday thisFriday
Friday mornlnir mornr l that Senator McCarron McCarronwas
was sinking Tliff Thl surgeons at St Cather Catherines CatherInes Catherinss ¬
ines nospltal no pltal feared that he would not notsurvive notsurvIve notsurvive
survive the we day dn
California Convict May Go From FromPrison FromPrison FromPrison
Prison to the Gallows GallowsSacramento GallowsSacramento GallowsSacramento
Sacramento Cal Oct 14 HGovernor HGovernorGUlott 14GovernorGillatt Governor GovernorGillott
Gillott today issued a requisition for the thereturn thereturn thereturn
return to Chicago of Vincent Briscoe who whois
is wanted in the Illinois metropolis on a acharge acharge acharge
charge of killing a policeman three years yearsago yearaago yearsago
ago Briscoe is a prisoner at San Quen Quentln Quentin Quentin
tin and ax 1 will be released on Nov 7 after afterserving aftersening afterserving
serving a years ears sentence sentenceGovernor sentenceGovernor sentenceGovernor
Governor Gillett would havo pardoned pardonedhim
him eight months ago In order that the theChicago theChlcaso theChicago
Chicago police might have him but he heresisted heresisted heresisted
resisted successfully through thr ugh an attorney
Briscoes alleged accomplice In the mur murder murder murder ¬
der and a woman whom he Is said to have
told of the crime are expected d to testify testifyagainst testifyagainst testifyagainst
against him
New York Oct 14 HJudge Judge Robert S SLovett SLovett 5Lovett
Lovett was elected a director and s smember a amember amember
member of the executive committee of olthe ofthe ofthe
the Baltimore Ohio Railroad Rallrondcompany Rallrondcompanyat company companyat
at a meeting of fie directors here today todayto
to fill the vacancy caused by the death deathof
of E H Harriman
fblicans Nominate Candiate Candiate Candi Candiiate
ate for Long Term in inthe inthe inthe
the First Ward WardOOD WardOOD
Frank J Hewlett was nominated for forcouncilman forcoun forcounllman
councilman coun lman for the First ward for the theong thelong thelong
long term on the Republican ticket last lastnight lastnight lastnight
night to fill the vacancy caused by b the theresignation theresignation theresignation
resignation of James D Murdoch Re Republican Republican Republican ¬
publican candidate for mayor mayorThis mayorThis mayorThis
This nomination was made at one of ofhe ofthe ofthe
the most enthusiastic committee meet meetngs meetings meetings
ings ngs of the campaign and every dis district district district ¬
trict In the First precinct was repre represented rep repsented reproseated ¬
sented Incidentally there were other othernames othernames othernames
names discussed but when Mr Hew Hewetts Hewletts Hewletts
letts name was voted on he was found foundto
to o be the unanimous choice of the dis district distrIct district ¬
trict chairmen of the precinct precinctThe precinctThe
The First precinct surely had a good goodot goodlot goodlot
lot ot of timber to choose from and the thenomination thenomination thenomination
nomination of Frank Hewlett means meansthe meansthe meansthe
the picking of a winner at the polls pollssaid pollssaid pollssaid
said City Chairman Fred C Loofbou Loofbourow
row when he was told of the action actiontaken actiontaken actiontaken
taken by the committee last night nightThe nightThe nightThe
The nomination of Mr lr Hewlett was wascertified wascertified wascertified
certified by A L Hamlin district districtchairman dlstrlotchairman districtchairman
chairman and A B Roberts secre secretary secretary scoretary ¬
tary and It will be filed this morning morningWhile morningWhile morningWhile
While the district chairmen were to together together together ¬
gether last night Chairman Hamlln of ofhe otthe ofthe
the First precinct took occasion to line linehe linethe linethe
the workers up for a heart to heart heartalk hearttalk hearttalk
talk on the work of the campaign and andn andin andIn
in n this he gave assurance that with withloyal withloyal withloyal
loyal support promised from every everyquarter everyquarter everyquarter
quarter the election of the Republican Republicanticket Republicanticket Republicanticket
ticket for the council in the First pre precinct precinct precinct ¬
cinct was certain The chairman em emphasized emphasized emphasized ¬
phasized the necessity for earnest work workon
on the part of every district chairman chairmanand
and party worker ta watch for the 11 11egal nlegal 11legal
legal tactics that were being pursued pursuedby
by jy the Americans and cautioned them themto
to o use the greatest vigilance In watch watching watching watching ¬
ing for illegal registration and Illegal Illegalvoting megalvoting illegalvoting
voting votingThe votingThe votingThe
The committee from the Fourth pre precinct precinct
cinct which was to meet with the theDemocrats thtDemocrats theDemocrats
Democrats and discuss plans for fusion fusionon
on the councilmanlc ticket met yes yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
terday afternoon and after word was wasreceived wasreceived wasreceived
received that the Democrats would be beeady beready beready
ready to discuss the proposition today
the th meeting was adjourned until 2 2oclock 2oclock 2oclock
oclock this afternoon afternoonJoseph afternoonJOEeph afternoonJoseph
Joseph Kimball Is the only man on onthe onthe onthe
the Democratic ticket in tho Fourth Fourthprecinct Fourthprecinct Fourthprecinct
precinct O W Powers the man nomi nominated nominated nominated ¬
nated for the long term having with ¬
drawn In case the Democrats are not notready notready notready
ready to accept the Republican nomi nominee nominee nomiflee ¬
nee for the long term in the Fourth
the Republicans will nominate nominatestraight a astreight astraight
straight councilmanic ticket Many Manyof
of the Republican workers In the
Fourth ward are not In favor of fusing fusingand fusingand fusingand
and the belief that a straight Republi Republican ¬
can ticket can be elected Is generally generallyexpressed generallyexpressed generallyexpressed
A meeting of the Democrats and Cit Citizens Citmzens ¬ I
izens fusion committees was held last lastnight lastnight lastnight
night and final arrangements were made
fpr for the reconvened pwnocratic conven convention convent1ertbts ¬
tion Ueriitbls this aff afternoon rn rnben n atthe at the Salt Lake the theatre theatre theatre ¬
atre It was decided finally last night to
drop the name Citizens and the candi ¬
dates agreed upon will go on the Demo Democratic Democratlo Democratic ¬
cratic ticket W V R Wallace will be benamed benamed benamed
named for mayor according to the agree agreement agreement agreement ¬
ment made last night and three places placesupon placesupon placesupon
upon the ticket are to be filled with Re Republicans Republicans Republicans ¬
publicans A H Peabody the Repub Republican Repubilean Itepubiiean ¬
lican candidate for city treasurer will be benamed benamed benamed
named by the convention today for the thesame thesame thesame
same office and the Intention last night nightwhen nightwhen nightwhen
when the committee adjourned was to toname toname toname
name George N Lawrence for city attor attorney attorney attorney ¬
ney and W H Lovesy for auditor auditorIt
It was announced by the members of olthe ofthe ofthe
the fusion committee after the meeting
lost night that the intention was to fuse fusewith fusewith fusewith
with the Republicans on the council councilmanic councilmanic councilmanic
manic ticket ticketThe ticket1he ticketThe
The committees adopted the following followingresolution followingresolution followingresolution
resolution resolutionWhereas resolutionYhernas resolutionWhereas
Whereas the Citizens movement was wasbegun wasbegun wasbegun
begun solely for the purpose of giving to toour toour toour
our city a clean dignified and progres progressive progressive progressire ¬
sive administration and put an end to tothe tothe tothe
the factional turmoil that has so long longchecked longchecked longchecked
checked our growth and slandered our ourcity ourcity ourcity
city and andYhereas andWhereas
1 Whereas the promoters of said move movement movement moveinent ¬
ment from its inception planned vlann d and andhoped andhoped andhoped
hoped for the fusion of the national par partics parties partics
tics and the placing of the most repre representative representative representative ¬
sentative men in each party on a com common common cornmen ¬
mon ticket and andWhereas andWhereas
Whereas this object seemed to be im impossible Impossible Impossible ¬ 1
possible until the Democratic city com committee commlttee cornmittee ¬
mittee perceiving the harmfulness In the thecontinuation thecontinuation thecontinuation
continuation of the local strife consented consentedto
to submit the proposition of fusion with withthe withthe withthe
the Citizens party to a reconvened con convention conventlon convention ¬
vention where the question of withdraw withdrawing ¬
ing their regular ticket would be con considered considered considered ¬
sidered and the placing of a fusion ticket ticketby ticketby ticketby
by petition as a substitute and andWhereas andVhereas andWhereas
Whereas a more careful consideration considerationof
of all the problems to be e met and partic particularly particularly particularly ¬
ularly the unfortunate wording of the thenew thenew thenew
new election law inclines them to the thebelief thebeUef thebelief
belief that this would in a measure defeat defeathe defeatthe defeatthe
the very object set out to be attained in inthis Inthis inthis
this that the new law precludes any hope hopeof
of fusing after a ticket by petition has hasonce hasonce hasonce
once been filed and andWhereas andVhereas andWhereas
Whereas fusion on the councilmanic councilmanlcticket councilmanicticket councilmanicticket
ticket would thereby be hindered am amtheir and andtheir andtheir
their most cherished hopes defeated and andWhereas andVherens andWhereas
Whereas a strong sentiment demands demandsthat demandsthat demandsthat
that they do nothing that will frustrate frustratea
a fusion plan on any part pa of the ticket ticketNow ticketNow ticketNow
Now therefore be It resolved by the theCitizens theCItizens theCitizens
Citizens committee that tho candidates candidatesheretofore candidatesheretofore candidatesheretofore
heretofore mutually agreed upon for the theCitizens theC1U theCitizens
Citizens C1U ens Democratic ticket because o osaid of ofsaid ofsaid
said technicality be placed upon the of offlcial officIal official
ficIal ballot under the title Democratic Democraticticket Democratlcticket flernocraticticket
ticket and furthermore that this method methodbe
be endorsed as the most safe and prac practical practical practical
tical method of fusion under the 1909 ses session session session
sion laws
Mayors Protege Succeeds L C Kel Kelsey Kelsey Kelsey
sey and Can Hold on Until UntilJanuary UntilJanuary UntilJanuary
January 1 1After 1Aft 1Aft
After Aft l today George O Chaney will wllsucceed willsucceed willsucceed
succeed L C Kelsey as city engineer engineerand
and will hold the reins of office until untithe untitthe untilthe
the first of the year at least If John JohnS
S Bransford should by any chance chanceslip chanceslip chanceslip
slip through and be reelected mayor mayoiChaney mayorChaney mayorChaney
Chaney will probably be bemimed named to hol holthe hold holdthe holdthe
the office Chaney has been chief as asslstant assistant assistant
sistant under Kelsey since the latter lattewent latterwent latterwent
went Into office four years ago ant anthas and andhas andhas
has been In the city engineers office ofilcemoe officemoe officemofe
moe than fifteen years yearsMayor yearsMayor yearsMayor
Mayor Bransford has received appli appllcations applications applIcations
cations by the dozens for the position positionof
of city engineer but has not given givenmuch givenmuch givenmuch
much attention to any of them themI
I guess every man who ever car carrled carried carned
ned a transit has sent In an applica application applfcltion ¬
tion for appointment says lys the mayor mayorThey mayorThey mayorThey
They have come from all over the thestate thestate thestate
state and some from rom cities outside o oSalt of ofSa1t ofsalt
Salt Lake It will bo 1 > 0 Impossible to toname 10name toname
name a man pan not a voter In the state stateso
so the vote will go to the Salt Laker LakerChaney LakerChaney LakerChaney
Chaney will be city engineer until untlthe untilthe untilthe
the first of the year at least and the theofilce theoffica theoffice
office will probably he run witlout a achief achief achief
chief assistant until after the new city cityofficers cityofficcrs cityofficers
officers are elected and take office
Councilmen at Adjourned Ses Session Session Session ¬
sion Ratify One Hundred Hundredand
A list of the election judges for each eachof
of the 54 t districts In Salt Lake City for forthe forthe forthe
the coming municipal election to be held heldon
on Nov 2 were presented to the city coun council councll COUfldl ¬
cil last night at an adjourned session and anaapproved andapproved andapproved
approved by that body The list includes includesone
one Republican and two American party partyudges partjudges partyjudges
judges at each polling place placeThe placeThe placeThe
The list approved by the council In Includes Includes ineludes ¬
cludes 162 Iii names and was approved last lostnight lastnight lastnight
night to give City Recorder John B More Moreton Moreton Moreton
ton time to get election supplies out to toeach toeach toeach
each of the districts di trlcts besides bringing the theudges thejudges thejudges
judges together and Instructing them as aso asto asto
to o their duties at the polls Tie list is as asfollows astollows asfollows
follows followsDistrict tollowsDIstrict followsDistrict
District No l lW W O Norrell 1303 South SouthNinth SouthNinth SouthNinth
Ninth East Charles E Street 1393 South SouthNinth SouthNinth SouthNinth
Ninth East John McPhee 779 Olive ave avenue avenue ayeflue ¬
nue nueDistrict District No No2Byron 2 Byron F Frobes 925 Lo Logan Logan Logan ¬
gan avenue E D Hoskins Ho klns 1645 South SouthNinth SouthNinth SouthNinth
Ninth East H V Van Pelt 916 Tempest Tempestavenue Tempestavenue Tempestavenue
avenue avenueDistrict avenueDistrict avenueDistrict
District No No3Leonard 3 Leonard B Long 1138 1138South 1138South 1138South
South Ninth East Harry W Wolf 1C22 1C22South 1122South 1022South
South Ninth East Nicholas Anderson AndersonlOfiO
lOfiO l 1o Lincoln avenue avenueDistrict avenueDistrict avenueDistrict
District No 4 4Tohn John E Shorten 931 East EastNinth EastNinth EastNinth
Ninth South J B Lewis 736 Owen Owenstreet Owenstreet Owenstreet
street N H Tanner 780 South Ninth NinthEast NinthEast NinthEast
East EastDistrict EastDistrict EastDistrict
District No 5 5A A E Showell 6SO South SouthSixth SouthSixth SouthSixth
Sixth East Henry Johnson 537 East Sev Seventh Seventh 5eventh ¬
enth South D C Standish 657 6 l South SouthSixth SouthSixth SouthSixth
Sixth East EastDistrict EastDistrict EastDistrict
District No No6Jenkins 6 Jenkins Thomas 353 353Edith 353Edith 353Edith
Edith avenue avenueDistrict avenueDistrict avenueDistrict
District No 7 1W W H Dye 347 East Sev Seventh Seventh 5eventh ¬
enth South Ray Bohman 662 l2 Conway Conwayavenue Conwayavenue Conwayavenue
avenue T A Home 754 South Fifth East EastDistrict EastDistrict EastDistrict
District No 8J H Ball Colfax ave avenue avenue ayeflue ¬
nue James Forrester 656 South Second SecondBast SecondEast SecondEast
East C A Erickson 135 East Eighth EighthSouth EighthSouth EighthSouth
South SouthDistrict SouthDIstrict SouthDistrict
District No No9Frank 5Frank Clifton 49 East EastSixth EastSixth EastSixth
Sixth South William S Goodsell 30 East EastFourth EastFourth EastFourth
Fourth South George B Margetts 20 20East 2 2East G GEast
East Fourth South SouthDistrict SouthDistrict SouthDistrict
District No 10 loHoward Howard S Page 214 214East 21 21East 214East
East Fourth South Edward P Scoville
219 East Sixth South SouthDistrict SouthDistrict SouthDistrict
District No 11 UJohn John Shea 206 East EastThird EastThird EastThird
Third South J D Bransford 208 East EastThird EastThird EastThird
Third South John M Rasmussen 8 8Ouray SOuray 8Ouray
Ouray place placeDistrict placeDistrict placeDistrict
District No 12 12P P J Ouellette 506 I OO 0 East EaatThird EastThird EastThird
Third South L W V Putnam 315 South SouthFifth SouthFifth SouthFifth
Fifth East William Case H3 East Fifth FifthSouth FifthSouth FifthSouth
South SouthDistrict SouthDistrict SouthDistrict
District No 13 13WiIllam William B Moreton 738 73SEast 738East 738East
East Fifth South A B Sawyer 763 East EastFifth EastFifth EastFifth
Fifth South H B Cromar 451 East Sixth SixthSouth SIxthSouth SixthSouth
South SouthDistrict SouthDistrict SouthDistrict
District No 14J H Wolcott 981 East EastSixth EastSuth EastSixth
Sixth South George W Ross 517 South SouthNinth SouthNinth SouthNinth
Ninth East Joseph Darke 383 East Third ThirdSouth ThirdSouth ThirdSouth
South SouthDistrict SouthDistrict SouthDistrict
District No 1H F OByrne 463 South SouthTwelfth SouthTwelfth SouthTwelfth
Twelfth East E A Walton 439 South SouthEleventh SouthEleventh SouthEleventh
Eleventh East Will D Gaby 1118 East EastThird EastThird EastThird
Third South SouthDistrict SouthDistrict SouthDistrict
District No 16JT P Mahan 800 South SouthWest SouthWest SouthWest
West Temple C O Brown 849 9 South SouthFirst SouthFirst SouthFirst
First West E Eldredgo 821 Washing Washington ¬
ton avenue avenueDistrict avenueDistrict avenueDistrict
District No 17 17A A McQualle 60 Aberdeen Aberdeenstreet Aberdeenstreet Aberdeenstreet
street Frank O Miller 306 Paxton ave avenue aenue areflue ¬
nue Frank Hoagland 935 3 West Eighth EighthSouth EighthSouth EighthSouth
District No 18 ISEugene Eugene
West Seventh South W E Wood 1216 1216Indiana 1216Indiana 1216Indiana
Indiana avenue Richard E Evans 1472 1472Indiana 1472Indiana 1472Indiana
Indiana avenue avenueDistrict avenueDistrict avenueDistrict
District No 19 19H H P Bosen 349 South SouthWest SouthWest SouthWest
West Temple Charles Thornton 6 Mc McDonald McDonald ¬
Donald court John 1C Nuttall 659 South SouthSecond SouthSecond SouthSecond
Second West WestDistrict WestDistrict WestDistrict
District No 20 20N > > N D Corser 617 South SouthSecond SouthSecond SouthSecond
Second Vest Alexander Pickering 765 765South 7iSouth 7G 7GSouth
South First Wait Samuel muel Spitz 762 762South 762South 76 76South
South West Temple TempiDistrict TempleDistrict TempleDIstrict
District No o 21 1B B D Blaakmarr 176 176West liliWest 17 17West
West Fifth South J M Cushman 13S 13SWest 133West 123Vest
West Fifth South B G Fox 191 West WestFourth WetFourth WestFourth
Fourth South SouthDistrict SouthDistrict SouthDistrict
District No 22 2A A H Kelly Kell jr 418 418South 418South 418South
South First West J D Hennessy 587 587South 537South 37 37South
South Second West F A Norford 5S 5SSouth 5 5South 535South
South Second West WestDistrict WesLDistrict WestDistrict
District No 2S 23James James Marlow 539 South SouthSeventh SoulhSeventh SouthSeventh
Seventh West F B Tripp 10S5 West WestThird WestThird VestThird
Third South W O Crowther 163 1 Rio RioGrande RioGrande RioGrande
Grande avenue avenueDistrict aveaueDistrict avenueDistrict
District No 24 aIClarence Clarence L Smith 344 344South 344South 344South
South Fourth West Joseph M Wood 220 220South 20South 220South
South Second West James Leatham 306 306South 306South JOGSouth
South Fourth West WestDistrict WestDistrict VestDistrict
District No 25Louls 2 Louls E McCurdy 24 24West 2 2West 24West
West Fourth South F H Kutnewsky 2 2Judge 2Judge 25 25Judge
Judge building J J Meyers 116 West WestFourth WestFourth WestFourth
Fourth South SouthDistrict SouthDistrict SouthDistrict
District No 26 26H H E VanAlIstyn 253 253West 253West 353West
West Second South Josiah F Glbb Met Metropolitan MetropoUtan Metropolitan ¬
ropolitan hotel hotelDistrict hoteLDItrlct hotelDistrict
District No 27 27lL 271 M H Hennesnl Heno 6l 23 23South 23South 23South
South West Temple J A Bush D F FWalker FWalker FWalker
Walker building Thomas E Taylor 49
South First West WestDistrict WestDistrict VestDistrict
District No 28 28C C P Hutchinson 66 66South 66South 66South
South Second Se n < 1 West L M Holmes 72 72South 72South 72South
South First Vest Charles Brown 121 121South 121South 121South
South Fifth West WestDistrict WestDistrict VeItDistrict
District No 29 29R R J3 ourrie urrlf SU3 d West WestFirst WestFirst WestFirst
First South W v H Carter 143 5c bc bCth th thenth h Zv Zventh v venth
enth West John W Snydon 55 South SouthEighth SouthEighth SouthEighth
Eighth West WestDistrict WestDistrict WestDistrict
District No 30James Phillips 1BS 1BSEuclid 1M3EucUd 1023Euclid
Euclid avenue William Pickering 1035 1035West l00West 1035Vest
West Second South Samuel Allen 1019 10i9West 1019West 1019West
West First South SouthDistrict SouthDistrict SouthDistrict
District No 31 31J J F Free 155 15 North NorthWest NorthWest NorthWest
West Temple E D Miller 48 West North NorthTemple NorthTemple NorthTemple
Temple TempleDistrict TempleDistrict TempleDistrict
District No 32 32Howard Howard M Jones 27 27West ZiO ZiOWest 270West
West South Temple James Golding 213 213West 2tSVest 248West
West First North H J Hay Hayward ward corner cornerSecond cornerSecond cornerSecond
Second South and Second West WestDistrict WestDistrict VastDIstrict
District No 33 33R R B Mathew 531 West WestFirst WestFirst WestFirst
First North E H Cashall rear 227 North NorthFifth NorthFifth NorthFifth
Fifth West Sidney R Phillips 564 West WestNorth WestNorth WestNorth
North Temple TempleDistrict TempleDistrict TempleDistrict
District No 34 Thomas Gilllsple 823 823West S SWest 823West
West North Temple D J Barlow 84 84West 818 818Vest 8ISWest
West North Temple William Selley 8oT 8oTWest 8ijVest 857West
West First North NorthDistrict NorthDistrict NorthDistrict
District No 33 35Marlon Marion Merrill 206 206North 206North 206North
North Plfft West George Batley 64 64Quince MQuince 64Quince
Quince street Charles Harner 65 West WestThird WestThird WestThird
Third North NorthDistrict NorthDistrict NorthDistrict
District No 36 ME E A Brough 312 North NorthThird NorthThird NorthThird
Third West Willis Knapp 436 4 North NorthThird NorthThird NorthThird
Third West John H Back 235 West Third ThirdNorth ThirdNorth ThirdNorth
North NorthDistrict NorthDistrict NorthDistrIct
District No 37 37F F O VenIce 634 53 Colo Colorado Colorado Colarado ¬
rado avenue B A Rldd OK West Fourth FourthNorth FourthNorth FourthNorth
North Richard Griffittos 460 North Sixth SixthWest SixthWest SixthWest
West WestDistrict WestDlstrl WestDistrict
District t No 38 38A A V Thompson 872 872Oakley 872Oakley 872Oakley
Oakley avenue Thomas Guston 57 i Rosel Rosella
la street Jesse Goodfellow 827 North NorthThird NorthThird NorthThird
Third West WestDistrict WOSLDistrict WestDistrict
District No 39 39Jolm John 0 Cole North Salt SalLaKe SaltLaKe SaltLaIe
LaKe Gilbert Ray North Salt Lake LakeCharles LakeCharles LakeCharles
Charles A Neilson North Salt Lake LakeDistrict LakeDistrict LakeDistrict
District No 40 4 40f R S Sleater leater 66 Gerard Gerarcavenue Gerardavenue Gerardavenue
avenue B F Johnson Center anc ancFourth and andFourth andFourth
Fourth North streets Henry Arnold 640 640Wall 610VnlI 640Wall
Wall avenue avenueDistrict avenueDistrict avenueDistrict
District No 41 41Dana Dana T Smith 40 Ken Kenslngton Kensington Kensington
sington flats A M Spooner To i Second Secantavenue Secondavenue Secondavenue
avenue H W Cram 276 2i Wall street streetDistrict streetDistrict streetDistrict
District No 42 42WalterW Walter W Little 124 B Bstreet Bstreet BStreet
street S M Levy Sharp flats W V A AShopard AShepard AShopard
Shopard 134 A street streetDistrict i iDistrict IDistrict
District No 43 4 43John John Axton 475 4i Seventh Seventhavenue SeventhaVQnue Seventhavenue
avenue Harry Harper SS5 F street Si Simon SImon Siman
mon Grieve 225 Fifth avenue avenueDistrict avenulDistrict avenueDistrict
District No 44 4C C G Gross 78 H street streetA street150m
A Isom 522 Fourth avenue Sidney S SReynolds SR SReynolds
Reynolds R nolds 323 Fourth avenue avenueDistrict nvenUeDistrict avenueDistrict
District No 45 45Wmlazi1 William Quick fi3o fi3oFourth 63iFourth f135Fourth
Fourth avenue E T Yearsley 579 Pom Pomavenue PImavenue Pomavenue
avenue Fred A Bush 274 M street streetDistrict streetDistrict streetDistrict
District No 46 4GFrancis Francis Hoff 809 Seconc Seconcavenue Seconavenue l lavenue
avenue Hardy H Jones 716 First ave avenue avcnue avoflue
nue nueDistrict District No 47 47M M A Dbuuhorty Dhu 1forty 95 95Third 937 937rlltrd 937Third
Third avenue C B Helkest 73 Q street streetPoter streetPptcr streetPeter
Peter A Droubay SS6 Third Jivenue JivenueDistrict venue ivonueDistrict venueDistrict
District No 48 48George George B Evans 104 104East 10 10East 1044East < <
East Second South C D Gordanier 158 158South 158South 153South
South Eleventh East William B Hughes
209 South Thirteenth East EastDistrict EastDIstrict EastDistrict
District No 49 495 S B Westerfleld 976 976East 9iGEast 976East
East Second South Robert J Deighton Deighton84S
84S 84 East South Temple John M l Hays 30 30South 30South 30South
South Ninth East EastDistrict Enst1lstrict Eastpistrict
District No 50 roH H I Rothschild 21 21South 212 212South 212South
South Seventh East W J Halloran 71 71East 117 117Eaet 717East
East Second South Will Armstrong 50 50South 50South 50South
South Seventh East EastDistrict EastDistrict EastDistrict
District No 51John Esllnger 254 South SouthSixth SouthS SouthSith
Sixth S th East W H BIntz Jr 230 Z > > South SouthSlith SouthSIUh SouthSith
Slith East M H Kriebel 35 3 Fifth East EastDistrict EastIatrlct East1istrict
District No 62 52D D B Shields 131 Sec Seconfl Secot Seemull
mull ot l East P B Rodgers Rod rs 154 Fourth East EastMirtin EastM EastMrt1n
Mirtin M rtln Lindsay 240 East South Temple TempleDistrict Templelstrict empleIstrict
District No 53 53Charles Charles S Cowan 27 2isIh 27Smiuth
Smiuth Tth State William H Burhen Y M C CSpencer CA CA
A Spencer Clawson sr 45 South State Stateistrtet StJltaulQt StateisLilt
istrtet Xo o 4J M Cain Imperial ho hoL4J
tel rI ceo hotel W J I IHarvey
Harvey I perI < MJeL I I
Sweet dreams d a s In the office of j B gMoreton BMoreton B1oreton
Moreton city recorder were dlstured dlsturedyesterday dlstur dstudyesterday ed edyesterday
yesterday when the certificate for nom nomination nomInatlon n nInatton ¬
ination of John M Knight as council councilman COunClIman eouUciman
man for the long term In the Filth itth pre precinct preclnct precinct
cinct on the Republican ticket wasfiled Wasfiled was wasfiled
filed The original nomination of orRev the theRev th thRev
Rev E I Goshen was certified by byHenry byHenry i iHenry
Henry Cohn chairman of the precinct precinctconvention precinctconvention prejncconvention
convention at which the nomination nominationwas
was made The vacancy was filled by bythe bythe
the precinct committee and the nomi nomination nomination flomination ¬ I
nation was certified by John M Hayes Hayeschairman HaY8llchalrman Hayeschairman
chairman of the precinct committee committeeC
C B Felt chairman of the late Citi Citizens Citizens Citizens ¬
zens party issued a statement yester yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
day In which he attempted to Justify Justifythe
the breach of faith on the part of the theCitizens theCitizens theCitizens
Citizens and Democrats In the fusion fusionproposition fnslonproposition fastenproposition
proposition which was considered for fora
a few days earlier In the campaign The Thematter Thematter Thematter
matter was summed up by Chairman ChairmanF
F C Loofbourow as ian an explanation explanationthat explanat10nthat explanatlonthat
that that did did not explain explainSenator explaInSenator explainSenator
Senator George GeorgeSutherland Sutherland will be bethe bethe bethe
the principal speaker at the big Repub Republican Republican Republican ¬
lican rally to be held at the Salt Lake Laketheatre Laketheatre Laketheatre
theatre on Saturday evening of next nextweek nextweek nextweek
week The other speakers have not yet yetbeen yetbeen yetbeen
been decided on but a committee IB IBarranging ilarranging isarranging
arranging for special features that will willmake willmake Ill Illmake
make the rally one of the best in many manyyears Inanyyears ipanyyears
years yearsFrank yearsFrank yearsFrank
Frank Eldredge who has charge of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Republican canvass of the city citywill elt eltwill cityuvill
will have complete returns from the thesecond thesecond thesecond
second canvass by the Republicans to tonight tonight tonight ¬
night This will Include flftyfour ftyto r dis districts districts districts ¬
tricts fortyeight of which were can canvassed canvassed canvassed ¬
vassed nearly two weeks ago The re returns returns xeturns ¬
turns so far indicate that the large largeproportion targtproportion largeproportion
proportion of the doubtful voters found foundtwo foundtwo foundtwo
two weeks ago have settled their theirdoubts thelrdoubts theirdoubts
doubts and James D Murdoch will re receive receive receive ¬
ceive this vote which until after the theRepublicans theRepublicans theRepublicans
Republicans decided to put a straight straightticket straightticket straightticket
ticket In the field was classed In the thedoubtful thedoubtful thedoubtful
doubtful list listThe listThe listThe
The second canvass of the Fifty Fiftyfourth Fiftyfourth Fiftyfourth
fourth district will show the greatest greatestchange greateatchange greatestchange
change and the greatest American Americanstronghold Americanstronghold Americanstronghold
stronghold will show a vote for the Re Republicans Republicans Republicans ¬
publicans this year despite the whole wholesale wholesale wholesale ¬
sale illegal registrations which were wereaccomplished wereaccomplished wereaccomplished
accomplished through the use of the theAmerican theAmerican theAmerican
American party policemen last TUOB TUOBday Tuosday Theaday
day Detectives are still at work gath gathering gathering gathexing ¬
ering evidence of these illegal registra registrations regIstrations registrations ¬
tions and every crooked attempt to tocast tocast tocast
cast a ballot will be met wifji wh a chal challenge challenge challenge ¬
lenge Moreover these challenges wlU wlUbe wlUbe willbe
be backed with positive evidence evld nce and andscores antiscores andscores
scores of prosecutions may result di directly dIrectly directly ¬
rectly from the actions of Patrolmen PatrolmenClough PatrolmenClough PatrolmenClough
Clough Kast and Rhodes In herding herdingfloaters lerdingfloaters erdlngfloaters
floaters from the Commercial street streetdives streetdives streetdives
dives and forcing them to register registerGeorge registerGeorge registerGeorge
George Hancock sergeantatarms sergeantatarmsand
and Janitor ex officio at American Americanheadquarters Americanheadquarters Americanheadquarters
headquarters tore 1off off his badge and andas andas andas
as he expressed It quit the whole wholeblamed wholeblamed wholeblamed
blamed works yesterday afternoon afternoonHancock afternoonHancock afternoonHancock
Hancock has been one of the most en energetic energetic energetle ¬
ergetic party workers for years
Discount Rate Advanced to Four Per PerCent PerCent PerCent
Cent by the Bank of England Englandfor
for Protection Pro ction Purposes PurposesLondon PurposesLondon PurposesLondon
London Oct 14 HThe The depletion ef the thereserve thereserve thereserve
reserve the continued gold require requirements requirements requirements ¬
ments and the gradual hardening of the theprivate theprivate theprivate
private discount rates had the antici anticipated anticipated anticpated ¬
pated effect on the Bank of Englands Englandsdiscount Englandsdiscount Englandsdiscount
discount rates which today was put up upto upto upto
to 4 per cent centThe centThe centThe
The amount of reserve Is nearly 5
000000 below last week while the de demands demands doinands ¬
mands for the metal from abroad es especially efIpeclally espeelally ¬
pecially from Egypt and Argentina Argentinashow ArgentJEhow Argentjntshow
show no signs of abatement The Thehigh Thehighrate high highrate highrate
rate however Is also directed against againstAmerica againstAmerloo againstAmerica
America and Germany GermanyA
A large amount of American finance financepaper financepaper financepaper
paper already has been placed here and andit
it is anticipated that the United States Statesshortly Statesshortly Statesshortly
shortly will be in a position to withdraw withdrawgold withdrawgold withdrawgold
gold to the further disturbance of t the theLondon theLondon theLondon
London money market In Germany Germanyspeculation Germanyspeculation Germanyspeculation
speculation has made money extremely extremelytight extremelytight extremelytight
tight and an expansion of German de demands demands domands ¬
mands for gold is looked for forIn forIn forIn
In some quarters there is doubt If the
4 per cent rate will attract sufficient sufficientgold sutncientgold sufficientgold
gold to build up the reserv as well as asto asto asto
to meet future demands frum America Americaand Americaand
and Europe so that the market would wouldnot wouldnot wouldnot
not be surprised if a higher rate is Im Imposed Imposed imposed ¬
posed posedTodays posedTodays posedTodays
Todays advance was so confidently confidentlyanticipated confidentlyanticipated confidentlyanticipated
anticipated that it had little effect on onthe onthe onthe
the stock exchange
Charles Thorne Meader MeaderMonterey Meaderlonterey MeaderMonterey
Monterey Cal Oct 14 HVord Word was re received recalved received ¬
ceived here today from Stockton of the thedeath thedeath thedeath
death of Charles Thorne Meader for foryears 51 51years iJyears
years prominent in mining circles in Cal California California ¬
ifornia and Montana Meader was sent sentfrom sentfrom sentfrom
from Monterey to the Stockton insane insaneasylum Insaneasylum Insaneasylum
asylum several years ago Meader was wasone wasone wasone
one of the first to realize that the great greatwealth greatwealth greatwealth
wealth of the copper mines In Montana MontanaHe
He was 91 years ears of age ageColonel ageColonel ageColonel
Colonel Max Frost FrostSanta FrostSanta FrostSanta
Santa Fe N M Oct 14 HColoncl Colonel Max
Frost Journalist and author 33d degree degreeMason degreeMason degreeMason
Mason and for many years prominent ii iiterritorial tuterritorial 1 1territorial
territorial politics died last night at his
home in this city aged 57 years Colonel ColonelFrost ColonelFrost ColonelFrost
Frost was editor of the Dally New Mexi Mexican MexIcan Mexican ¬
can and for twelve years was secretary secretaryof
of the bureau bure u of Immigration Colonel ColonelFrost ColonelFrost < l lFrost
Frost was a native of Louisiana and came cameto
to New Mexico In 1876 1876Rear 1876Rear 1876Rear
Rear Admiral Milligan MHIIganAnnapolis MilliganAnnapolis MilliganAnnapolis
Annapolis Md Oct 14 HRear Rear Admiral AdmiralRobert AdmiralRo AdmiralRobert
Robert Ro rt Milligan retired died suddenly suddenlytonight sUddenlytonight suddeniytonight
tonight aged 65 years He was chief chiefengineer chiefenglnear chiefengineer
engineer of the battleship Oregon when whenshe whenshe whenshe
she made her remarkable run from the thePacific thePacific thePacific
Pacific coast to Santiago Cuba during duringthe
the war with Spain
Fall Rier Mass Oct 14 HThe The police policeannounced policeannounced policeannounced
announced last night that they are hold holdIng holdIng holdIng
Ing Professor Frank Hill an herb doc doctor doctor doctor ¬
tor and Wilfred Thibeault a chauffeur chauffeurIn
In connection with the death of the wo woman woman woman ¬
man whose wh > se dismembered body was found foundat foundat
at Tiverton and whom they believe to be beMiss beMiss bes
Miss s Amelia St John of this city
Portland Orel OetJ Oct 14 14I Declaring 14DClrtflgSylvester > t tSylvester n nSylvester
Sylvester Boyei Boyeisteamship engineer enst eer on onhad nisteamship c csteamship
steamship Kans Kanshim KansaS had tried to toirtin I Ihim 1 1him
him to death Otto Ottoswore Ottnrtin rUn a coal coalswore r pswore rebarglng
swore to a warrant warranter warrantbi1chargin warrantbi1charginer ebarglng ebarglngMarti ehar81nger
er with attempted attemptedthat Marti Yartirthat Martirthat r rIn
that Boyer had 1 1the ioetfihn In oi oias 011the o C Cthe
the steamers fire fireplaced as Una rid then thencoals thenplaced thenplaced
placed a shovelful shovelfulashpan g te it coals m 111ashpan 1 1aehpan
ashpan below
ARMY CH CHSpecial CliA CNAGgS CNAGgSqpeclal GJS GJSSpecial
Special to The HeraldJtP Hera1d HeraldtePulbil HeraldtePulbilWaehlngton epublk epublkWaBhlngton bll bllWashington < >
Washington Oetz H Xhe he fol folchanges foLobanges foiohanges
changes in the statleas and duties dutiesfleers dutieflcers l ltk9nJ
fleers of the medical Efeserve ri roservelcorIls rve corps a adered adared adered
dered First Lieutenant Lteut6t ant Jortn Jo n F Frelieved L T Tmelieed c creo
relieved reoUeved from duty ug at atF a xetJl xetJlFort e 1 1Port
F reo Port rt Bayard and vr vrDueh ViT ViTDueh ikeed ikeedDuchesne
Dueh Duchesne ne e for or duty relieving relievingtenant g First lIlrstnt Firsttenant
tenant nt Harry 1Jnri Vanklrk VenimI who will pr prto prN prto i ito
to Fort Levett Maine for duty
Oakland Cal Jet > e t H HA A report read readthis reaelthis readthIs
this city late tonight that two pe pewere pe3 pe3were t twere
were killed in an automobile aatomo Ue accident accidentthe
the Alameda county count fcouteVard shortly b bfore biore bfore
fore midnight No detail to taOa totaOa have been beenoeived r roelved roeived
oeived beyond the filet that there tkerei w wsix wsix
six people In the ear when w the aceidt aceidtI aceldkoccurred
I i occurred oc urred
A Few Doses Will Regulate the Kid Kidneys Kidneys Kidneys ¬
neys and Cure the Most Severe SevereBladder SevereBladder SevereBladder
Bladder Misery MiseryNo
No man or woman here whose kid kidneys kidneys kidneys ¬
neys are outoforder or who suffers suffersfrom surtarsfrom suffersfrom
from backache or bladder mlsory can canafford canartord canafford
afford to leave Papes Diuretic untried untriedAfter untriedAfter untriedAfter
After taking several doses all pains painsIn
In the back sides or loins rheumatic rheumatictwinges rheumatictwinges rheumatictwinges
twinges nervousness headache sleep sleeplessness sleeplessness sleeplessness ¬
lessness inflamed or swollen eyelids eyelidsdizziness eyelidsdizziness eyelidsdizziness
dizziness tired or orwornout feeling and andother andother andother
other symptoms of clogged sluggish sluggishkidneys sluggiEhkidneys sluggishkidneys
kidneys simply vanish vanishUncontrollable yanishUncontroUalJle vanishUncontrollable
Uncontrollable urination especially especiallyat espealallat
at night smarting discolored water waterand waterand waterand
and all bladder misery ends endsTh endsThe endsThe
Th The moment you suspect the slight slightest ¬
est kidney or bladder disorder or feel feelrheumatism tealrheumatism feelrheumatlampains
rheumatism rheumatlampains pains dont continue to b bmiserable be bemiserable I
miserable or worried but get a 50 50cent 50c 50cent
cent c nt treatment of Papas Diuretic f from fromyour fromyour Jn Jnour
your our druggist and start taking as Jf di dit ¬
rooted with the knowledge that th
Is no other medlcfce af at any prk prkmade prkmade pr prmade
made anywhere eje e fa n the w wr wrwhich r rwhich rl rlwhich
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