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Republican Legislature agree; but
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WANTED TO SEE
THE BIG P.4RAD1
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CESSION GO BY WITHOUT NO,J
*' TICING THAT IT WAS
v PASSING.
Saturday night a rather funny in
cident happened in connection wit!
the Cornweli-McGraw parade. Tin
wives of some prominent Democrat:
called a cab to be driven to th<
Grand Opera House, there to lister
to the candidates of their deludec
husbands' choice. First they wer<
driven to a corner on Main street "t<
see the parade." After awhile the
band passed and about a dozen boys
were following. After all liad passec
the driver asked the ladies if thej
were ready to go to the Opera
. . House. -
"Not yet," was the reply.
The driver waited ten minutes anc
could hear the people inside the carriage
talking in low tones. He again
asked if they were ready and again
t received a negative answer.
Fifteen minutes later the driver
started and the ladies pounded the
sides of the carriage and told him to
stop, that they wanted to see the parade.
The driver informed them that
thtey had seen the parade and that
the speakers were already addressing
the audience at the Opera House.
And yet the Times said that it was
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:he Democratic Tow
an not make their criticisms of the jus!
they can agree on one thing:
for office.
" FOUR CHILDREN
E TO EACH FAMILY
)- THAT IS THE RECOMMENDATION
OF A NEBRASKA PROFESSOR
MADE YESTERDAY.
LINCOLN, Neb., Speaking before
l- the student assembly yesterday Proi
fessor Ross, of the University of Se3
braska, said: "To keep up the race
s every family should have four chil3
dren. Of these four it is likely that
i one will die and one will fail to
1 marry or will go to the wars. Thus
3 two only will be left to perpetuate
i the family.
i "One of the chief reasons for the
s constant decrease in families is th-t
I people are constantly being borne
' away from the simple life. The
l American is esteemed for the dollars
he can gather and spend. It is this,
not caste, which strangles the birth
I rate. Why should it not be the ideal
of every woman to raise a family? It
i should be counted the highest honor."
L
Business Dull In Seat of Justice.
Police court was null and void
' again tliis morning. It must be tfciat
tlic bunch doesn't like the new hour
and nrp showing: their displeasure bv
refusing to get fussy.
Charles Fisher, colored, left the
city over one year ago while a warrant
for his arrest reposed in the
mayor's office, charging him with seriously
cutting a fellow negro. Fisher
left the city and nothing had since
been heard from until yesterday, when
he arrived in town evidently only
missing his time limit by a few hours.
Bruce McDonald has returned from
a two weeks' business trip to Eastern
cities.
A Quorum Not Present.
The necessary six members of the
city council failed to grace the council
sanctum with their august presence
last evening and as a consequence
no meeting wes held. Downs, Harr.
Howard, Everhart and DeBolt were
the only members present. The others
were likely looking for a carriage
a horse or a. cow which some youngster
liad. taJken away the night before, .
as a Hallowe'en prank. Some wore
away on business while others had
no desire to be^present. great ileall
er'oflBabel.
t and . equable tax laws passed by a
PLAYED A JOKE
ON MR. HAWLEY
"CORE AND NULTON," ALIAS
SOMETHING ELSE SPOKE FOR
PLACE ON Y. M. C. A. TEAM.
A report was circulated around
town last night to the effect that the
High School, in the game against the
Y. M. C. A. this afternoon, would use
"ringers." ' The report gained cre:
dence in this wise: Two practical
jokers called Secretary Hawley over
the 'phone and inquired if^He was }
the man who wanted players for the
game to-day. They were asked their
names and said "Core and Nulton.
of Morgantown." "You want Linn, at
the First National Bank," said Mr. ^
Hawley, "but you will waste your fare j
by coming, because we won't allow
you to play." When two High School t
players strolled into the rooms a few ;
moments later he said: "I have a c
good joke on your manager. Those
Morgantown men you sent for called j
nn inst now and T told ttipm not to
come, as we wouldn't stand for it." g
The boys walked out with a straight n
face and did not expose the joke. D
They claim they are going to play t
only legitimate men and expect to g
give a good account of themselves. a
Captain Glenn Linn will not play,
as his bad shoulder is still bothering
him, McCray going to quarter.
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Jackson's Preliminary Hearing. h
The preliminary hearing of Robert
Jackson, charged with the murder of P
Charles Cozad, at Worthington, is be- *>'
ing held this afternoon. A large num- r<
ber of the citizens of that town is
here, several of them as witnesses.
Attorney W. S. Meredith is looking
after the interests of the defendant, g
while Prosecuting Attorney C. Pow- ^
ell is attending to the State's side of v<
the case. " \ hi
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Miss Williams Hostess. 'a
At the Tavern Wednesday evening,
from six to eight, Miss Amy Williams
was hostess to a number of her young
friends the occasion being her
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G TO-MORROWQUESTION
AT Is:
ET1NG OF THE C
- - '-r v
iBisr
WILL BE HERE
-j TOMORRO
f'rom all parts of the col
4 TY THEY WILL COME ON
1 THEiR FIERY, STEEDS.
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DR. SAILEY WILL HAVE C^iAR
f OF AND DIRECT THE. VARIOUS
DIVISIONS.
THOUSANDS OF PEOPLE-;WILL
C HERE FOR THE GREATEST
MEETING OF CAMPAIGN.
The .greatest demonstration in i
bisior? of the city will be that of I
Republicans to-mortow when I
Son. W. P. Hubbard will make t
|Sst. speech of the campaign in t
: | Dr. jr. F. Bailey will be in charge
the monster parade, and lias giv
out. the order of it.
Place of Assembling.
The Soldier Rough Riders will ;
sembie on Water street near t
wharf.
Greater Fairmont Band also on
?ter street.
Citizen Rough Riders on street fi
ftig the Tavern.,
Policemen and Jttaltins" band i
Bridge street near tlie. Tavern.
- G. A. R. Veterans on street ne
the freight depot.
The Colored Club on Washingt
street nepr the Marion Hotel.
The different divisions will fall in
the line" of march as hereafter int
The captains of each division w
report to Dr. Bailey, marshal of tl
parade, at the Tavern as soon as k
division arrives.
Order of the Parade.
First Division:
Two police outriders.
Chief and assistant chief of polic
Eight policemen marching in op<
order.
Band.
Dr. Bailey, marshal, with aides.
Carriages?First containing Ho
W. P. Hubbard, City Clerk J. Engl
ex-Mayor A. B. Dehman and Count
thairnian Geo. M. Jacobs, followe
by carriages containing other prom
nent people.
Second Division :
Band.
Rough Riders.
Third Division:
G. A. R. drum corps.
Grand Army veterans in carriages
Fourth Division:
Citizens in carriages with flags am
banners.
Citizens walking.
Route of the Parade.
The parade will start at the sus
lension bridge on Water street ani
rill follow the leading streets as be
ow:
East on Water to Merchant, ther
o Guffey, out Guffey to Columbia, Co
umbia to Newton, down that thor
>nerhf?rf> to Water. across the bride:*
nd up to Washington; thence tc
efferson, to Main, up Main to Madi
on, Madison to Jackson, down Jack
on and out Locust, across to Fair
nont, thence to Eighth, countermarch
back Fairmont and Main past
he Court-house and dismiss. The
peech by Mr. Hubbard will immeditely
follow at the Grand Opera
louse at 1:30 P. M.
An interesting feature of the paade
will be the saluting of the flag
t the reviewing stand at the Courtouse.
An invitation is extended to all Reublicans
to report to Dr. Bailey and
e assigned to some part of the paade.
Normal Lyceum Entertainment.
Tkn T vnmim Cnoiolir if
i uc XJJWUUX yt uiao i-iviujcu
chool will give an entertainment In
Millard Hall Saturday evening, Noember
5th. An excellent program
is been arranged and the price of
imission being merely nominal a
rge crowd should be present.
Program will appear if Friday's isie
of this paper.
Admission price, 10c.
Little Child Dead.
The infant^ cmw^^f J^r.^ and Mrs.
-HON. WM. P. HO
iO P. M.?DON'T Ml;
IAMPAIGN.
LOOKS FORWARD
TO FUTURE WITH
W LIGIITEH HEAR'
JIM- DOES NAN PATTERSON; THE A<
TRESS?KAZELTON'S ACCOUNT
GIVES HER HOPE.
GE SHE DOES NOT REMEMBER HI
FACE FOR SHE WAS GREATLY
AGITATED.
BE THAT CAESAR YOUNG FI RED TH1
FATAL SHOT HIMSELF IS
; . NOW BELIEVED.
YRv OrAcb \
be NEW YORK. Nov. 2.TNan Patter
lie son, who is consigned In the tomb:
lie awaiting trial on the charge of hav
Ills Ing murderedb "Caesar*" Young. -:
bookmaker, in a cab on June fourtl
pC last, was so pleased with what sht
en terms the "timely discovery of Miltor
"VV. Hazelton." of Oneonla, N. J., thai
she diverted from her iisual cuaton
as- to-day, and for the first time since
lie her incarceration granted a brief in
terview to a number ol uewspapei
{a- men. Miss Patterson, who seems tic
have got somewhat stouter since the
ic- date of her arrest; said:
"Yes, I have seen the statement of
on Mr. Hazelton to the district attorney
: as published in the mora Ing papers:
ar- Naturally 1 am very much. .pleased
that Mr. Hazelton had tlic courage to
on cpme forward at the eloventli hour
in my behalf. It'Is past my compreto
hension why he was not locked up bell
fore for, according to his own story,
- he-visited-tire district attorney's office
ill shortly after the fearful Incident and
he also paid a visit to my own attorney,
lis He evidently knows what lie is talking
about, for he describes almost exactly
what took place.
"I do not remember many of the details
myself. I was too agitated. I
c. cannot recall the fact o[ Mr. Hazelm
ton. for immediately after the shot
was fired my own mind was bent on
getting Mr. Young to a drug store. 1
presume that Mr. Hazelton. was one
n. of the two or three menwho jumped
e, on the steps of the cab just before the
;y policeman did.
id "I am looking forward to the future i
I- with a lighter heart." I
Mr. Hazelton in a statement to the
district attorney late yesterday afernoon
declared that the fatnl shot was
fired by the bookmaker himself. He
said that he was walking up the
street and saw a man and a woman in
I. a cab apparently struggling. "A second
later," he said, "I saw the young
1 woman drop her hands toward her
lap and after a minute later saw a
revolver in the man's hands and
heard it go off. I saw the man fall
forward into the lap of the woman."
1 Mr. Hazelton also stated that a fel
low Mason whom he accidentally
met, but whose name he does not
i know, was with him and also witness
ed the shooting. :
WHAT BECAME OF
JOHNNYS SPEECH
THAT IS THE BURNING QUESTION
NOW BEFORE THE INTERESTED
PARTIES IN
THE MATTER.
The Democrats seem to be afraid '
for a Republican to analyze the
speeches of their candidates. The J
speech of Johnny McGr&w here Saturday
night was taken by a stenog- '
rapher who had intended to tran- '
scribe it on her typewriter, but other
plans had been laid by the thieving
Democrats. The speech had: been, c
started when the stenographer was (
called out of her room for a short t
time. When she returned the short j,
hand notes had disappeared and could j,
not be found. The office of the chair- r
man . of the Democratic county com- d
mittee is . only a few paces from her
room, and it is certain that the notes
wore not taken far.
But something had to be done as
the Hon. W. P. Hubbard will soon
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