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WILLIAM J. BRYAN.
JOHN W. KERN.
I United States Senator.
GEORGE F. COTTERILL.
I Representative in Congress
I BROWDER D. BROWN.
.%e- For Governor.
A. C. EDWARDS
Secretary of State.
Commissioner of Public Lands.
Superintendent Public Instruction.
EDWIN F. MASTERSON
State Representative 29th District
S. K. BOWES.
S. L. MOAK
N A. S. HODGDON
I ' H. J. RICE
f County Clerk
ED. M. HOOVER
E. H. FOX
County Commissioner, Ist District
A. J. JACKSON
It looks as though the city council
and the residents of East Aberdeen
ought to be able to agree on the
subject of elevated sidewalks in a
manner that would not hamper en
terprises that Aberdeen needs, nor
Interfere in the slightest degree with
travel in that section.
The elevations required by the
bUßlness houses need be by no great
er incline than is necessary In cross
ing tUo railroad tracks or the Heron
street bridge. The people of East
Aberdeen aro entitled to have their
thoroughfares an unobstructed as
possible, yet the necessities of manu-j
facturing and commercial enterprises
—that constitute the life blood of
Aberdeen—should bo unhampered as
far as possible. Those enterprises
have done much to enhance the value
of East Aberdeen realty, and will d»i
Mr. Roosevelt has not yet discharged
himself. If he held a smaller offce,
his "pernicious activity" would cause
him to lose his job. Just suppose a
president had packed conventions
with office-holders and was prostitut
ing his high office to elect his "Me
Too" to the presidency when Roose
velt was a Civil Service Reformer —
my, my, how blue the air would be
with denunciations of such usurpation
by Civil Service Commissioner Roose
velt ! [!
The White House
High-Grade Clothing and Gents' Furnishings
All That's New—All That's Good—All That's Fine
Correct in Style, Shape and Coloring; and Priced for
ALEXANDER & JVIcBRIDE
403 East Heron Street
NEW MAUSOLEUM AT FERN HILL CEMETERY.
The new masoleum at Fern Hill
cemetery Is rapidly nearing comple
tion. Most of the crypts—of which
there are 252—in it, have been taken
and probably all will be by the time
the building is finished. The build
ing, which is of reinforced concrete,
has dimensions of 102x33 feet and
is 10 feet high. An arched entrance
is wide enough for a driveway. Ar
ranged on either side of this drive
way are the crypts, divided among
four compartments. The plans pro-
John Pattison has won his success
in life by hard and persistent fighting
and he is adopting the same method
to win the office of governor. He has
plunged into the campaign with a
vigor and aggressiveness which is
winning the admiration of democrats
and republicans and proposes to keep
up the pace till the polls close on
election day. The people admire him,
because they recognize him as a man
of the people who understands and
sympathizes with them.
A new word for the political lexicon
—"Joecannonism." Definition —Ore
man power over a presumably repre
sentative body of legislators in a re
public. (Example, Joseph G. Cannon,
once speaker of the House of Repre
sentatives; defeated for re-election
because the people repudiated his
rule as un-American.)
REPUBLICANS GET BUSY.
Alarmed at the Large Bryan Senti
ment, Local and State Candi
dates Begin to Hustle.
At a meeting of the executive com
mittee of the Republican county cen
tral committee, held at Montesano
last week, it was decided that it
would be unsafe for the county
candidates to sit supinely and de
pend on the old time 2,000 Republi
can majority to pull them through.
The immense Bryan sentiment in
the county was recognized, as well
as a new sort of Independence
among the voters regarding local
candidates, which some attributed
to the pernicious (T) effects of the
primary law, and it was determined
to make a whirlwind campaign
throughout the county this week
The following was the schedule
adopted, with the state speakers who
will he along:
J. H. Schively at Moclips, October
19, and at Elma, October 20; United
States Senator S. H. Piles at Aber
deen, October 22; Judge Emery at
Oakville, October 29, nt Cusmopolls,
October 30, and at Aberdeen, Octo
ABERDEEN HERALD. MONDAY, OCTOBER 19. 1908.
vide for perfect sanitation and ven
tilation. The interior finishings are
all of marble and cement. The build
ing is faced with stone. Skylights pro
vide light. At night steel doors are
used to lock the structure. These
are pushed out of sight during the
day and metal gates substituted, to
which each owenr of a crypt has a
key. The cost of the building is
$30,000. The contract for the con
struction of the mausoleum Is held
by Joseph Tlefienthaler.
KID HARRISON WINS.
Athletic Club Boxing Contest Friday
Night Attracts Big Crowd.
Harrison Wins Main Trent
The boxing contests hel din the
rooms of A. A. A. last Fiiday night
were the most interesting events of
that kind ever pulled off here, and
shows the knowledge of Bob Oliver
in making matches, and his intention
of having things on the square.
The prelminary four round go be
tween Johnny Allen, of Butte and
Young Smith, of Hoquiam, was about
the fastest preliminary one ever
saw; it looked for a time as though
it was the main event.
About the first thing Allen did
was to put his man down for almost
the count, but Smith came back good
and strong, and for the rest of the
go it was give and take with a ven
gaence, with honors so even that it
was declared a draw.
Mclsaacs and Curley Carr gave
a good exhibition, deserving the gen
erous applause bestowed upon them;
this was also declared a draw.
The main event, a twenty round
go between Droxie Kid, of Aberdeen,
and Kid Harrison of Bellingham, was
the fastest thing ever seen here and
for an exhibition of in-fighting was
highly satisfactory. It appeared to
me that Harrison had all the best
of the argument, from the start, and
knew it, and only waited a good op
portunity to put his man away.
This came in the twelfth round.
Both men proved themselves to be
game little men, possessed of lots of
science, the Droxie Kid showing to
the best advantage in open boxing,
but Harrison was far the best at
For Chapped Hands.
Chapped sltin whether on the hands
or face may be cured In one night by
applying Chamberlain's Salve. It is
also unequaled for sore nipples,
burns, and scalds. For sale by Evans
Sale in All nk
Five years ago this month we purchased this store from its /m JffiEfi llm'm
former owners. The establishment has grown and become foremost |j:'f f;
—known as Aberdeen's Largest and Best Store. This store is doing
all that fair minded people can expect. Everybody gets a square
SWELL HATS Thousands of Specials
xfiarA itt Bargains-Bargains
Over one hundred chic charming shapes of aces c
Fall headgear on sale at a price which should ° " ntS '
15c Percales 11c
help over 100 women to provide themselves i2i/ 2 c Percales 8c
with clever Millinery at a small cost. They are Yard Wide Muslin 7c
trimmed hats that bear the stamp of originality $1.35 Black Taffeta 95c
and of quality. The preferred shapes in silk, 15c Silkoline 9c
felt, velvet or braid; black and all this season's Towels 8c
best colors and color combinations concerned. 75 Spread* $1^25
They were ordered from New York ecpecially gs c Blankets 48c
for th's sale. They are trimmed in the best of $7.50 Skirts $3.95
taste and designed by artists. Special only ? pe / a , Co T at »
$25.00 Ladies' Jackets $15.45
$2.50 and up. $7 50 Ladies' Waists $3.95
Some of the prettiest hats ever shown are $2.50 Ladies Waists $1.45
_ , , $7.50 Silk Petticoats $495
from our own workroom. We have experts who 75 c pin ow Tops 50c
have good taste and ability. $1.00 W. B. C°rsets 50c
GEO. J. WOLFF
ABERDEEN'S LARGEST AND BEST STORE.
LIBEL CASE DISMISSED.
Editor of Hoquiam Washingtonian is
Cleared of Liability in the Shaw
The criminal case against Otis M.
Moore, editor of the Hoquiam Wash-
Ingtonian, was dismissed by Judge
Irwin in the superior court Thurs
day, and the defendant was allowed
his costs of the county.
The case grew out of the city
election at Hoquiam last spring, dur
ing which Moore wrote a letter to
Senator Poison, alleged to besmirch
the character of Clifford Shaw, a
clerk in the employ of Poison. The
case was tried before Judge Linn,
who refused to allow any evidence
as to the truth of the statements in
the letter. The jury found that
Moore wrote the letter, but was not
satisfied that it constituted the of
fense of libel, but later brought in
a verdict of guilty. A new trial was
granted, but the time was permitted
to lapse, so that a motion to dis
miss Thursday had to be granted.
Since the dismissal, Editor Moore,
has made the amende honorablo by
publishing a statement to the effect
that his allegations against Mr.
Shaw were based upon information
he believed true, but which he later
discovered to be false.
A twlce-»-week transcript of the Sap
penlnga on Gray't Harbor—The At'
deen SemJ-Woakly Herald. 12.00 i
11.60 in advanct
Grand Theatre, Wed., Oct. 21
The Klint & Gazzolo Amusement Co. ofier the New Melo
drama of Railroad and Mountain Life in the Far West
A Spirited Western Play. FOUR BIG ACTS—The Ranch
House, The Montana Limited, The Rustlers' Camp, The
Red Light Saloon.
Prices: 25c, 35c, 50c and 75c
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