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i GOES MERRILY ON
I SUPREME COURT ENJOINS COM|
MISSION FROM MAKING CER?
TIFICATE OF ELECTION.
I THIS IS SECOND STEP IN THE
J REPUBLICAN PROGRAM AS
OUTLINED.
| ELECTION DAY FRAUDS CONSTI,
TUTE GROUNDS OF PROCEDUREIN
ALL CASES.
???P . | <By Publishers' Fresfe.)
|gp-;^ ' DENVER, Col., Nov. 24.?The SuSHg|^jj*?re*ne
Court has enjoined the election
commission from malting a final
certificate of the election result in
i this city and county until further ori
-ders of .the court. This is the second
step in the Republican progress to
Yivorttiiviw nn tto n-i-nn n.] r\i" fronH
the Democratic majority in Denver
and Arapahoe county shown by unoffi;
. cial returns. The first step was to
prove through punishment of election
officials in certain precincts for contempt
of -court, that there had been
fraud- Now an effort will be made to
is?r:'; - have the entire, vote in those precincts
Rout. ?
tion will be argued in the SuCourt'
next Wednesday to
ut the vote in precince S, ward
ee officials in that precinct
ien sentenced to jail for their
on election day. If that prethrown
out it alone will he aloughto
give the Republicans
of the legislative delegation
county, and therefore of the
sgislature.
tepublicans will seek: to have
. cudre other precincts also- dis-carcled
on the ground of fraud. The
Federal Court which took a hand in
the prosecution last night by arresting
eiglit election officers, has issued
warrants for two more on the charge
of fraud. One was a lady clerk of
the election and the other a man
who served as judge.
MAKES AN HONEST PENNY.
i
-Russell Sage Galls $20,000,000 In
S&,- Loans and Clears $555.55. i
|
?%<*; NEW YORK, Nov. 21.?Russell ,
Sage sent cold chills chasing dov-n .
Wall street's spine yesterday by call t
ing $20,000,000 of loans. The slock ,
: market went to pieces in ten minutes, (
and call money advanced from 3 "o E
-3 per cent. Apparently satisfied with r
The market Mr. Sage put out Iris
money at 4 per cent. He had scarcely e
done so when the Committee of Safe s
' ty poured millions into the street a
breaking the rate to 3 per cent. The e
market began to reepver atj one- |(
When the gong, rang, at three o'clock r.
? "traders were trying to get thei t
stocks back again. L
By this transaction Mr. Sage is r
richer, by one three hundred and six
, - cicia oti percent, on ?zu,uuu,uuu. Tins j3
^":?rabtmts to $555.55?quite an honest jj
.. penny for a man of 87 to make in half
hour. p
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iC. & O- To Build Bridge at Huntington fl
HUNTINGTON, W. Va.. Nov. 2-1.?
Besides extending its yard room here p
and building new shops, the C. & O. p
Haiiroad Company will probably w
bridge the Ohio river at this place, tl
It is said the company is planning
an extension over the river and north
thirty-two miles up Symmes creek,
there connecting with the C-, H. & o(
: D., and securing a direct outlet to 1)e
Chicago and Other lake points. The j,r
railway shops and yards will he some to
^^^f^C;[:'tke:',:most7:extensiye . in this - part A,
pllllpt lie country. , - pj
1 7 in
Scarlet Fever Raging. bl
HUNTINGTON, "W. Va., Nov. 24.? pa
-An enidemic of scarlet fever is rasrinir
? ?: : - t " . "?
gj||P$t the vicinity of the C. & O.__school. i,
^^^Thevfact that many parents have kept o
their children at home since the out- jt
break has possibly kept down, the $?
?prc ad of the disease beyond this tJ
Pipes, tobacco and cigars, Laraey
iANKSGlVING Di
LESSONS XA
PRESIDENT STARTS
FOR ST. LOUIS
ATMIDNIGHT
THE PRESIDENTIAL PARTY WILL
REACH ST. LOUIS EARLY
SATURDAY MORNING.
PRESIDENT AND MRS. ROOSEVELT
WILL BE GUESTS OP WM. H.
THOMPSON AT ST. LOUIS.
WILL REMAIN AT WORLD'S FAIR
CITY UNTIL LATE SUNDAY
NIGHT.
(By Publishers' Press.)
WASHINGTON, Nov. 24.?President
Roosevelt is winding up his official
business with a view to having
a clean desk when he leaves for St.
Louis to-night. Only those visitors
who had urgent business were received
yesterday, and he spent
a great deal of time with his secretary
and stenographers, dictating
letters to his many correspondents.
If present plans are carried out.
President and Mrs. Hoosevelt will
leave for the World's Fair City at
midnight, Thanksgiving Day. They
are due to arrive at St. Louis early
Saturday morning. A special train
of three pullman cars will transport
the party. Although the official itinerary
has not been given out, it IS
said that while the President is at
St. -Louis, he will be the guest of
William H. Thompson, treasurer of
the exposition company and expecls
to make but one speech while there
He will leave St. Louis late Sunday
night and is due to reach- Washing
ton again Tuesday morning.
DROUGHT SPREADS
Southern Counties Are In a Bad Way. <
Lack of Water Causes =
Misery.
HUNTINGTON. W. Va., Nov. 24.?
Reports from the country South of ^
this city indicate a very distressing
state of affairs occasioned by the pro 1
longed drought which has prevailed
iver a large area for many weeks.
There, has not been sufficient rainfai! 1
n the two months just past to lay the
lust on the highways and streams, 1
veils and springs are drying up with
ilarming rapidity. So severe was the
Irought even during the summer
nonths that in many localities crops
ailed and general distress must c*r.:ue
before the end of the winter
nonths.
A traveling man who has just reach ^
d this city from a trip through, the
outheastern part of Lincoln county is P
uthority for the statement that farm- .
rs in that locality are hauling water
or domestic purposes front distances \
anging from four to seven miles ami I
hat there is a considerable area in
hat locality upon which not a drop of
ain has fallen in seventy days.
Many of the people have been lei!
y a religious sect that recently gain- M
tg a foothold in that region to believe
tat a general famine is imminent af:r
which the parched and partly doopulated
earth is to be destroyed by
re.
It is said that some of the best peole
in this district have caught the il- of
ision and are fasting and praying nii
aiting devoutly as they believe,, for k3
le day of wrath. - jM:
-.Si Ar
Manv Mills Startina. c5a
PITTSBURG, Nov. 24.?Many mills
1 the Carnegie Steel Company will Ba
! started soon and It is estimated tliaU sel
, ow
om 1,000 to 2,000 men will go back
work: Twenty tin mills of the e
meridan Sheet and Tin Plate Com- ?cr
tny at Sharon will be put in blast ie
a few days. 'All three of the big ?
ast furnaces of the Carnegie Com- a
ny of South Sharon are now runng
steadily. Eight mills .of the 0V?
lughlin tin works at Martin's Ferry, ere
, were started Monday. The men, the
is said, are expecting a 10 per cent, the
crease in wages at the beginning of
e year. - on
,1 /' ' . bel.
Will - Die From Stab Wounds.- is <
aUNTINGlTOlsr, W,. Va... Noylv 24.? wb<
e life of Andy Martin, who whs bile
Bernie
\Y FURNISHES O
LIGHT BY FREE A
THE TURKEY'S THfl
i
Louise Lewin Matthews. jv I
I come, the. monarch of the feast, j
Before ye lords so gay, ttj
On bended knee, without a head, ft
To grace this glorious day; j'l
Be thankful, all ye men so boid. t.
And maids of dainty "tire? j:i
To grander feast did knights of old fag
! I ruled the fowls like any king: p
My head was always high.
Until, to grace tliis humble board, 'A
I laid me down to die.
' - '
I ?|z,f ?
I !t *?#;
Mud Mauler on Thank
Mingled in the pigskin
? i t i 4
Of all sad things you c
The saddest was this?
THE OBLIVIOUS TURK.
Chree months ago I was a wreck, I a
But now, friends, gaze at me! I
'm full of, corn and middlin's, Th
Expansiveness and glee! C
used to be an invalid; I d
To-day the doctor said 1
d fool 'em all and pull through if Till
-If I didn't lose my head. S
Hi, what a cinch! Oh, luscious joy! I hi
To eat, and eat. and eat, j F
nd gobble till you have to quit The
Or else fail oil your feet! H
* ~
o-day I ate a sack of shorts? Per:
You bet I'm feelin' fine! V*
f all the glad times of the year I m
Thanksgivin* time for mine! O
IYSTERY TO GC
BE SOLVED
URDERER OF CHAFFEUR WM. LAF
BATES BELIEVED TO BE S
UNDER ARREST.
T1
(By Publishers* Press.) not
CHICAGO, Nov. 24.?In the arrest Crow
a suspect at Ransem, HI., at mid- Thai
ght, the Joliet police believe they Serv
ttp Knlrfifl tVic* rnvfitorr nf thA mur. nhi.s.
r of Cliaffeur William Bates, in mon
cher road, near Lamont, last Fri- servj
y night. When taken into custody Ti
Detective Mandella, the suspect yest<
tje his name as J. W. Wicks, and as- celle
-ted that he was a livery stable g. I
net at Fontiac. To the minutest Chur
tails of dress and hearing his de- Man.
iption tallies with that of Dove, Fsali
i mysterious unknown who charter: thy 1
the Green touring car in which the i
tes was killed. hast
Wiclcs" wore a red scarf and light thou
ircoat and carried a canvass covd
suit case. A drunken boast was F
! cause of his arrest. In making Eel
; boast "Wicks' is said to have told venei
v he killed a. cheffenr whom he met receO
the.road near Joljet, hut the police 1854
eyed- that this part of his story Rev.
listorted; and that he Is ' the man b
accompanied Bates in an automo- On
NE OF THE MOS
ND ENLIGHTEN
Kliiliif
dere's to the health of absent friends!
* Here's to the ones most true!
t toast to those the future lends?
hong life to all anew !
Don't shed a tear for him who.lies
Dismantled on his bier?
fe gave his life without a stgli
And bade ye all good cheer'
p-_:*.?t
_pi kdpi i.
re was a grand and tender bird; tlie
best of all was he,
.nd so with thankfulness we sing?
And hope for more to be!
55T1 hjf
(!-? ? . / A '
4 ' - ;
^ L?-J ,
rsgiving day p
i fray?
**!!??? (]
:ver saw jj
-his football jaw.
?Cleveland Plain Dealer. ii
THE OTHER ONE.
g,
im the joyous, gladsome Turk;
am the merry one:
ey think I'm sick, hut that's a trick!
)li, I'm cliock full of fun! ^
rag my wings and lean against ' fC
"he barn; I look "all in"
I Farmer Jones, in solemn tones, w
ays: "Gosh! he's gettin' thin!"
limp my hack and use one leg ^
or standin' purposes?
:n Jones' wife says: " 'Pon my lite!
, , . . ,, CO
e s gettin worse, he is!
er
haps the joke is on me though? j
rhile I am full of mirth ' ,
ust pass by the cornmeal pie rQ,
r else get off the earth! K.C. (
I0D SERMON
BY REV. SMITH
tGE CROWD ATTENDED UNION
SERVICES AT CENTRAL PL
CHRISTIAN CHURCH.
le Central Christian Church was
large enough to seat the large
rd which attended the union j
aksgiving services this morning, tioi
ices were held at several of the mo
ches last evening and this cha
ting at 10:30 o'clock the union ley
ices were held. tiPr
.e order of worship as published ed
jrday was carried out and an ex bur
nt sermon was preached by Rev. mai
>. Smith, of the First M. E. nee
ch, on "God's Mindfulness on cha
" Rev. Smith took his text from be
ns, -"VIII, 3-4; "When I consider tist
leavens, the work of thy fingers T
noon and the stars, which thou mas
ordained; what Is man, that Gra
art mindful of him?" Gar
situ;
iftieth Wedding Anniversary. a be
latives and friends here of the oppi
able couple named below have tect
ved the following invitation: ; quir
1904 have
Hugh Orr and Mrs. Mary. J. Ros- ?55C
orough . would welcome you mor
:t beautiful a:
ed america.
! MARION COUNTY
WILL SOON BE UP
WITH FAYETTE
THE GRAND JURY HAS RETURN- f
ED NINE TRUE BILLS FOR
FELONY.
THERE ARE THREE MURDER *
CASES BUT NONE OF THEM
LIKELY FIRST DEGREE.
PROSECUTING ATTORNEY POW- F
ELL IS WORKING HARD TO
CLEAR THE DOCKET.
If Marion county keeps on It will
soon lie eriuni to Fayette in criminality.
The grand jury last evening re- !)
turned nine felony i charges and one
misdemeanor. Tomorrow the jury s
will examine more witnesses and will. c!
?. i . ..i
iiKciy return i nree or tour more lelo- ''
nies. This is more than tvytco the 01
jsttal number, there not being more I"
:han four or five as a general thing.
3o far (he grand jury has examined s(
seventy-six witnesses and has only al
worked on felonies. It was thought u'
hat t.lio case against Jesse Taylor T'
would he a felony, hut the evidence
iroved otherwise. ro
The following is the list of indict- T
nents with the charges: " ar
And row Smith, colored, felony,
stealing $50 front 0. J. Eddy's feed 4?
itable In this city. ? tn
Wm. b. Protzmau, felony, shooting M
vith intent to kill Dave Wilson "at co
he Protzmau Hotel in this city. nl
Bud Yates, felony, assaulting with- r>:
ntent to kill George Fortney, at Wl
Cingmont. i,i:
Frank Puiice. Italian, felony, mur- .
ering Francesco Alatasso, at Farm gton.
'n!
Jesse Taylor, misdemeanor, carry- ^"a
ag revolver.
Hugh Adams, colored, felony, mur- w*
ering l.ela Miner, at Gray's Flat.
Ross Herndon, felony, stealing
oods to the amount of $31 from Fur- su
ran Lambert.
Helen Kerns alias Mary A. Watson, ov'
tlony, forging the names of Fred 'iK
-. xx?xnti ami il. 11. rurrisu in a note
ir $1,000 on the Bank of Fairmont'.
Helen Kerns alias Anna A. Brown,
lony, forging the names of S. L.
ratson and J. M. Jacobs to a note NA
r $1,000 on the First National Bank. i
Robert Jaclcson, felony, murdering
larles Cozad, at Worthington.
The three murder cases were all A
mmitted under rather peculiar cir- fire
instances and it is doubtful wheth- S.
or not any of them will be charged moi
the first degree. Che
The Court recessed until to-mor-_ bett
w wlicn the regular work will be er-b
ten up again. It might be that lit- easi
attention will be paid to misde- I can!
sanors at this term, as Prosecuting part
torney Powell desires to clear the A.
cket as nearly as possible. row:
: ney
FUND SHORT $50,000. host
colli
a m:
ins For McKlnley Monument at nee<.
Canton, O., May Have to Be soun
Changed for Financial is.
Reasons. and
the
?BW YORK, Nov. "24.?The Naaal
trustees of the McKlnley Merial
Association, who have in their Of
urge the., erection of the McKln- j-ega
monument in Canton, O., met Fain
e and viewed the design present- A?
by the official architect, H. Vaii- i
en McGonigle. At the close of the
jting It was stated that the sum Ui
ded had not been raised; and that c<
nges which may bo necessary will d<
made tor financial rather than aric
reason's.
he drawings are said to show a i>1
isive structure unlike either the
nt monument in New York or the a : ' Held
monument in Cleveland. Its
ation on the top of a -hill renders
sautlful approach possible, and tho Th
ortunities offered gave the archl- h,uth(
an idea which it is said would re- home
e more money than the trustees street
J in hand. They have now about o'cloc
C000 and need about $50,000 gatioi
" ^ ^ ^ ' I . ^
ACCIDENT
RHOWLY AVERTED WHiLE TH
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