The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922, November 18, 1904, Image 6

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THE ALLIANCE HERALD
T J. O'Keefs, Publlther.
ALLIANCE,
NEBRASKA.
MmMnMaaMBaHnMBMDwl
XT ' T f I
incws in Drier i
NEARLY ONE WAY
PLURALITIES BY STATES.
39,770
Tho nlr of tlio New York subway Is
Bald to bo deflclont In oxygon.
Governor Mickey's majority In Ne
braska will bo between nlno and ton
thousand.
Tho oldest orator In Germany Is
Deputy Schnoldor In Eberswaldo, now
103 years of age.
Russia declares that fllio will brook
no Intorferonco of European nations
In tho eastern war.
Military exports In Washington ex
pect tho Japaneso to conduct a win
ter campaign In Manchuria.
Eighty Iowa counties glvo Rooso
Tclt 217,241), Parker 110,303, Swallow
7,318, Debs 8,403, Watson 1,357.
Four men wcro killed as a result of
reign of terror In a West Virginia
town; posses aro in pursuit of tho
desperadoes.
Emperor Francis Joseph has tele
graphed to President Hoosovelt his
congratulations on tho latter's elec
toral victory.
Andrew Carnegie's early ambition
was to bo a newspaper man, and ho
confesses that ovon today tho youth
ful yearning takes hold of him.
Jesso J. Flnley, ono of tho fow sur
viving brigadier generals of tho con
fodcrato army, died In Lako City,
Fla., on Sunday. Ho was 92 years of
age.
Captain Joshua Slocum sailed Into
Boston harbor with his HtUo yawl
nloon Spray after a .voyago of over
nlno years. Tho Spray registers nlno
tons not.
Tho first National bank of Montour,
la., has been authorized to begin busi
ness with a capital of $25,000. A. B.
Taplln is president and It. 13. Austin,
Jr., cashlor.
Congressman Coekran promises to
introduce In congress a bill providing
that campaign committees shall pub
lish tho names of contributors and tho
amount contributed by each.
Louis It. Ilermudez, a prominent
resident of Lima, shot am) killed him
self with a rovolvcr. Tho deceased was
connected with tho ontorprlso of
Amorlcan capitalists In Pera.
Wells-Fargo ofllclalB havo discover
ed that tho report of tho theft of an
express packago containing $11,000
Bhlppcd from Chihauhua to Mexico
City somo tlmo ago was erroneous.
President Smith of tho Mormon
church will bo unablo to accept tho In
vitation to address tho National Irri
gation congress at El Paso, Tex., on
account of tho prcssuro of other busi
ness. Moro than BOO students worked their
way through Columbia unlvorslty last
year, earning In various ways $74,
021.17, according to a report of tho
secretary of tho committee on em
ployment for students.
Patil do Cassagnac, tho prominent
Ronupartlst deputy and Journalist,
and once tho most notorious duelist
In France, dlfcd November 4. Ho was
CI years old and began his Journal
istic career at tho ago of 10.
Bookor Washington, Jr., tho eldest
eon of Bookor T. Washington, has
filed an application for appointment
as paymaster In tho army. Tho appli
cant Is now a student at tho Massa
chusetts Instltuto of Technology.
Tho Russian consul general has re
ceived $10,850 for tho Itussinn Bed
Cross, contributed by commercial and
manufacturing establishments In Hol
land. This contribution will bo hand
ed to tho dowager empress of Russia.
Tho prospectus of tho now Japaneso
loan of Blxty million dollars will be
issued soon. Half of tho amount will
bo offered In New York and half In
London. Tho price Is 90, with In
terest at C per cent. Tho loan will bo
secured by a second chargo on Jap
aneso customs.
Ten thousand congratulatory mes
itEes hnvo been received by President
Hoosovelt. Every mall brings largo
numbers of congratulatory lettors.
Notwithstanding their Immonso num
ber, the president has decided that
each one 1b to bo answered, and this
work -will roqulro perhaps several
Treeks.
Former President Cloveland went
on his first hunting trip of tho sea
son tho noxt day after election. 'In'
company with Dr. Carlton Priest and
"W. B. McFarland ho drovo to Rocky
Hill, yberj ho Bpent tho day. Tha
ahoqtlng was good, and tbo party re-'
turned beforo dark with sixteen quail
and sevon rabbits. r ,
Threp battleships, fve scout crui
sers; six torpedo boat destroyers, six
torpedo-boats and jtwo squadron col
Hers at an aggregate maximum cost
of J41.300.009., ls tho ,buiMl;ig pro
gram whlch;tho general board of o
navy has 'recommended tho secretary
of thee navy to urge congress to au
thorize at IU noxt session.
Tho Debs socialist vote last Tues
day ts estimated at 500,000 for tho
wholo country. Four years ago tho
total vote of tho party rns 87,709.
Parker and Roosevelt's Vote Compar
ed with McKlnley and Bryan's.
Ilooe- MoKln
I'arker velt. lev. IJrynn
HHtP. 1901 1901. 110. 1MO
Alnliniim 75000 41.C13
ArRAtlSAM 30,000
California 100.000
Colnmtlo 1S.W0
Connecticut M.008 .M8
Delaware . 3.871
Florida .O0O
Georgia rt.000
Mnno M.000
llllnolB 2SS.0OO DI.9H
Indiana 7S.0Q0 K.470
lawn 190.000 M.n
Kunini 100,000 ,35l
Konnipky .... H.ow
IjOiilslanu. .... 35.0J0
I ...(..- m Hftrt MEM
to all Indications will exceed 1,500,000 X "iRmf ".!" '"" .! .. . iloit
tho greatest plurality evor given an MnvsehusettH ic.wo si.SJ
' ittirt.i .... .. if rvm fill i.o i
rt,5i
ROOSEVELT CARRIES ALL THE
NORTHERN STATED.
ALSO BREAKS THE SOLID SOUTH
His Electoral Vote as Now Figured
Will Be 343, or 104 More Than Need
ed Maryland and Missouri Both
Choose Republican Electors.
NEW YORK Tho plurality of
tho president In tho nation, according Iulslana
sg.si:
"&Mi
M.&OX
2,611
SOU
3,47
THE TWO -STATES
WHAT THE VOTE IN NEBRASKA
AND IOWA REVEALS.
MOST OF COUNTIES COMPLETE
Amorlcnn candidate. Tho nearest np
proach to this voto was In 1890, whon
McKlnley rccolvod a plurality approxi
mating 800,000, nnd in 1872, whon
Grant rocolvcd 620,991 plurality. Tho
Interost centers In Missouri and Mary
land. Lnto roturns Indicate that tho
former stato Is in the republican col
umn so far as presidential electors
aro concerned, but that Joseph W.
Folk, tho democratic candldato has
been elected governor. Tho republi
cans elect eight of tho sixteen con
gressmen. In Maryland tho president
ial voto will probably bo cast for
President Roosevelt. Lnto returns
Indlcnto that Thomas A. Smith (dom.)
has been elected to congress In tho
First district by 450 plurality. Con
grossmnn Jackson of this district,
however, puts forward a claim of
trick ballots and fraud and says ho
will contest tho election. In tho other
states It is simply a question of plur
al ties.
Tho "solid south" was broken by
the probable defection of Missouri
this section of tho country usually
having thirteen states In tho demo
cratic column. Tho figures show but
twelve states, with 133 votos for
Judgo Parker.
President Roosovclt carried all tho
northern stntes swept them, In fact
and today ho had 313 electoral votes.
Tho banner stato Is Pennsylvania.
Twenty-four hours after tho polls
closed tho roturns from this stato In
dicated that Roosevelt's plurality
would reach 485,000. Next camo Illin
ois whore tho president polled approximately-
225,000 votes moro than
did Judgo Parker. Tho Now Ydrk City
returns aro still Incomplete, but the
amazement over tho result has not
subsided- Judge Parker carried great
er' Now York by over 41,000.
MlrhlitHii lfO.OOO 104,
AiinncHota 2,oou u,aw .......
.MIwImIimiI ... 50,000 933
Mlfuwurl 10.000
Montana 10,000
NebtaOca 7S.0OO S.SK
Nevada 2.090
N. IlHmpihlrs 20.0t.fl 19,310
Now Jprnoy 70,000 17,133
New York 174,000 143,G0t;
N. Carolina .. M.OuO
N. Dakota 20,000 15.387
Ohio 200000 00.036
Oregon 40,000 13.141
37,830
U.T7S
"2,49S
21.G71
An Opportunity to Compare the Vote
of Mickey in Nebraska with that of
President Roosevelt In the National
Contest.
IOWA'S PRESIDENTIAL VOTE.
Roosevelt, Parker, Swallow, Debs and
Watson.
a M tp rj 5!
S2 G" 3:j w ''3a''
Candidates,
a
a a
g:
Z5 ?
3" zZ J
2 3"o 5:
& c!
si H
s : :
l'nnnnylvnnlu.
Ilhrxla Island.
H. Carolina ..
H. Dakota ....
Tennessee ....
Texas .........
Ulnh
Vermont
VlrKln!a
Washington ..
W. Va
Wisconsin ...
Wyoming ,....
D0.000
"20,6o6
100.000
481.000 2S,ttt
lS.OtjO 13,970
'b',m 'iV.iio
25.000
12.000
50,000
so.ono
20,000
2.133
9,719
12,623
21,022
43,057
no n9
130,791
31,316
00,000 100,697
5,000 4,313
PARKER HAS HAD ENOUGH
COMPLEXION OF CONGRESS.
Dcm.
10
How the Two Houses Will Stand on
the Fourth of March.
States. ' ltp
Vlabnma
Krknnni
?nlIfotnla 8
;olorndo '..; i.; '.....1 "
?onnprtlrut 5
)nlnwaro ;...;...... 1
riorida , ,
Jeorsla .....".'...'.'. .'...:..'.'.'.'."..
.dnho 1
lllnols ; :.-... 21 ,
(tidlnna '. .' 11
owa ..,... ...,... 1 11
Tnnna 8
Ccntnrky 1
Louisiana ,....,
tatnc t.i, .......'.., 4
tar.vlaml (,.. 3
ItlHF(lClniS'CtW .....' 11
!lclilRn 12
illnnrota 9
illHHlpalppl
tltftHouri ;" 8
lontana 1
etirnska ., .-.. 6
N'ovndu
n'civ Hampshlro 2
Jmv Jersey !
s'ow York IC
s'orth Carolina ............w...-. ..
s'ortli Dukota i
ililo 20
M'Kon , 2
ennsylvanln 31
Will Never Seek a Public Office
Again.
ESOPUS N. Y. Judge Parker last
night- gavo to tho press an open let
ter addressed to "Tho Democracy of
tho Nation," In which ho thanked
thoso in charge of I1I3 campaign work
and declared that tho people will soon
renllzo that "tho tariff-fed trusts arc
absorbing tho wealth of tho nation."
He said that when that time comes
tho people will turn to the democratic
party for relief. In this lettor Judge
Parker says ho shnll never sock a
nomination nor public otllee. lie
discusses tho difficulties encountered
by tho democrats in making their
campaign this year and makes sug
gestions on harmony In tho party
Concluding tho Judgo sajs he does not
hesitate to say thnt the great moral
question that confronts the democrats
Is "shall tho trusts and corporations
bo prevented from contributing
money to control or to tild In con
trolling elections?"
Tho telegraph olllco at Rosemount
lodgo was dismantled after the day's
business. Judgo Parker said that bis
plans for the future were not defin
itely made, but that soon he would be
In harnoss again. It Is generally be
lieved hero that ho will ongago In the
practice of law In New York, forming
a partnership with somo well estab
lished Arm.
Adnlr
Adams
Allamakeo ....
Appnnpo3e ....
Audubon
Uunton .1......
lllnck Hawk ..
Hodno
Hremor
Huena Vista ..
Itutler
Calhoun
10
1.01
l.fiiO
1,830 ...
942 ...
3.B00 2,003 S3
5,251 l.SGl 23G
2,303
1.751
2.CU
, 3.7Q5
, ,m
(A
471
.... 3.81B 1.101
.... 1,021 1,783
.... 2.430 CoO
.... 2,741 815
.... 2 478 k73
223 570
05
78
214
no
Carroll 2,291 2,0-55
CaRS .,....,., 3,041 1,395
(Vilnr L....... 2 GS5. 1927
Cerro Gordo ".... 3,095 1.010 ..
Chorokeo 2.410 085 ...
Chlcknsaw 1.003 1,799 ...
Clnrko 1.7SS 892 57
Clay 2.130 458 BSS
Clnvton 3,333 2,028 03
Clinton . 6,?r 4.081 :r.
Crawford 2526 2,004 ...
Dallas i., J,493r 1.1C3 .....
uavln ,....: l.BGi i,ws
CO
14
105
30
23
18
17
68 15.
Decatur 2.431
Delaware 2,714
Dos Molnpq M71
Dleklnuon 1.33S
Dubuque 5,471
Kmmet 1.505
Fayette ............... 3910
Floyd 2.K21
Franklin 2.33S
Fri-niont 2.IS
flrpene .,.. 2.M1
Grundy 2.000
flutbHe.
Hamilton1
Hanroclc .
Hardin
1,546 47 27
1 940 tt 30
3.09 123 573
310 3 1G
4,938 35 700
fil6
2, .'.'2 137 159
762 CO 27
551 44 7
1.507
S37 US
"9trra
2.81 1. 1.021 ...
,3110 ,743' 103
2,0?fl" vfi."5 -?..'
3.C45 718 107
18
6
15
7
46
'21
14
1BJ
23 30
"9" 5
70 "8
Harrison 3,r.4 1.6SC
Hrnry 1.2J
Howard -1.K20 1.009
Humboldt 1.950 369
Ida 1.561 919
Iow.i 2.231 1,992
Jmkson 2 V8S 2.4
Jasper ..
.loflnivon -.il
42
99 143
C7
9
10
29
112
2 003 ICO 220
J.U3 194 31
40
CO
33
96
13
78 39
its 12C
10.1
275
421
OHIO'S QUARTER MILLION.
'ioiIo Island ( ,...,"1'
Jnuth Carolina u...
4outh Dukota 2
I'uuiicssco , 2
rexns ,
Utnli 1
i'ermont 2
I'lrKlnla 1
Washington 3
Vi-t Virginia 5
Wisconsin 10
Wyoming 1
Totals 317
116
END OF WAR FAR OFF.
France Again Declines to Take Action
Looking Toward Mediation.
PARIS Tho reports of contemplat
ed mediation in tho war In the far
east havo again made It plain that
Franco dqos not consider tho tlmo op
portune to exert Inlluenco singly or
Jointly to lnduco Russia to make or
accept terms. At tbo same moment
that tho rumors were circulating In
various capitals that Franco Intended
to act, M. Dolcasse, tho forolgri min
ister, was pointing out to diplomatic
sailers that efforts -at mediation would
bo futile. Tho following is tho textual
language rued Jvlien gnd, of tho am
naasadors sounded tho minister on
France's Intentions:
Tho ambassador said:
1 "It Is profoundly regrottablo that
tho parties do not heed your advlco
toward .Verting tho present slaugh
ter.'lV, ' 9 j
"Yes," answered, ,M. Delcasso. "but
til my efforts woro In vain."
Tho ambassador then n'skcdr,")Can
tho
It Is That Much Plurality For Roose
velt. COLUMBUS Nearly complete re
turns show close to 250,000 plurality
for Roosevelt and Fairbanks. Only
eighteen out of elghty-olght counties
In tho stato have been carried for
Parker nnd only ono democratic con
gressman has been elected out of
twenty-ono. State Chairman Harvey
Garber, tho democratic cnndldatc In
tho Fourth district, has 1.600 plurality
In a district normally G.000 demo
cratic. A conference of republican leaders
was held hero and It was rumored that
a plan had been agreed upon to so
euro tho elimination of all factional
lines and rally to Governor Herrlck.
Chairman Dick denied the conference
had any such significance and declar
ed thnt tho discussion related only
to campaign finances.
PEABODY IS ONLY ONE LOST.
Johr-Hon 2.610 3'107
Joiii-i 2.830 1837 bS 15 11
Keokuk 3.075 2 191
KoMBU.h ...,.., 2.'S 1.3SG
I.ip I.. 4 610 3,837
Linn 7,000 3 5-6
Louisa .,..., ........s 2.149 CC3
Luens ."! 2.256 877
LVon 1.7S8 SI6
MndUon 2,602 1.197
Mahaska 3!W 2.191
Maisball 4,189 1.207
Mills j.... 2 250 1.280
Mitchell 2.136 eat
Monona 2.253 139 101
Monroe 3.S3I 1.1M ...
Montgomery 2.957 720 109
Muscatine 4,025 2,579 . .
O'Hrlon 2.275 SJ.S 48
CXceola 1.179 55 1 11
1'airo 3.425 952 2S7
Plymouth 2 K 1.672
Pocahontas 2 176 945
Polk 11120 2,873
Pottawattamie. ....7.070 3 917
Poweshiek ..-..-....'.. 3.12A 1 2T5
127
159
453
3l
G4
44
100 39
'ri "2
5 2
142 ...
64 54 12
Klnb'old .
K.ic V,
Scott
Shelby ...
Sioux
Story
T.una
182
153
101
371
16
1G
53
65
62
87
2.203 83'
2.59S 813
6,010 3,873
2,300" 1.CS8
2,990 1,151 ...
3.921 750 183
3,126 2,36 100
Tuylor 2,637 1.068 193
Union 2.C61 1.30S
Van Huren 2.467 1.420
Wapello 4 913 2,491 105 512
Warren 2.8S4 1.201
Washington 2.873 1.777 132 25
Wayne , 2.290 1.455 210 133
Webster 4.33C 1,731 216 190
Winnebago 2.010 169
Winneshiek 3.378 1.483 31 12
Woodbury 7,426 2.S93 243 579
worth 1,103 .sus
Pluralities Huchanan. 1,100: Marlon,
300; Palo Alto, 900; Wright. 2.000.
JOHN HAY WILL STAY.
Republicans Sweep Colorado with Ex
ception of Governor.
DENVER The News (dim.) FrI
day says: Whllo tbo returns on the
voto for state ofllces, npart from gov
ernor, aro far from complete, the
Nowa has complied tables that seem
lo show the election of the entire re
publican stato ticket, except Peabody,
and of the throo republican congress
men. A considerable number of
counties aro estimated , on tho best
possiblo advices and there is a chance
that Mrs. Grenfeld, democratic candi
date for state superintendent of pub
lic instruction, may pull through on
tho scratch vote In her favor.
Tho stato senato Is democratic by
a good majority, but tbo complexion
of tho house Is In doubt.
Tho plurality of Adams over Pea
body for governor amounts to 9,646.
pothlng bo done to to
war?"
pilnate
R-ar,:- ,-
m. ueicasso'repiiea witir nn expres
sion of deep regrot: ". .0. I nm sorry
to say that It appears nothing cau bo
dono at this time." "
Heavy Snowfall In Pennsylvania.
YORK, Pa. Telephone nn'd tele
graph wires aro down, trolley cars aro
Concede Everything.
PARKERSRURG. W. Va, Tho dem
ocrats hnvo conceded everything to
tho republicans In West Virginia, In
cluding tho five congressmen and the
legislature.
Secretary of State to Remain During
Roosevelt's Second Term.
WASHINGTON President Roose
velt made tho announcement that
John Hay would continue as secretary
of state during the four years begin
ning March 4. 1005.
"You may state positively," wero
his words, "that Mr. Hay will continue
as secretary of stato up to March 4,
1900."
Tho president was asked 'regarding
other possible cabinet changes, but In
dicated that there was nothing to be
said at present. His announcement
regarding Secretary Hay was mado to
a number of newspaper reporters In
his olUce. This fixes tho most impor
tant placo In tho new cabinet, and Is
the first and only step so far taken In
that direction.
THE VOTE IN NEBRASKA.
Mickey and Derge and Mickey and
Thompson, Compared,
- Mick- Mick- T'mp-
ey. Her. ey son
1,831 1,852
1,477 1,102
89 23
107 73
1.4K
'Adams ...,.,.,
Antelope.
Manner
lllnlne
llnon ,
Jlox Iiutto m
"oyil 97
Hurt 1,791
"utter 1,376
Cass 2,208
Cedar 1,507
Chase 207
Cieyenno 638
Clay 1,681
Colfax 922
'JtimliiB 1.081
Cimtnr 2,010
Dakota .. ........ 764
Dawes 652
Dawson 1,412
Dixon 1.153
Dodge 2.24J
Duturlai 10.M0
Fillmore 1.661
Franklin 1.083
Furnas 1,311
Oat;e 3.732
Oarilold 311
flo)er 451
flrceley 660
Hall 2.120
Hamilton 1.3S3
Hayes C9(
Hitchcock 521
Howard 1,033
JetTerFon 1,848
Johnson 1,110
Keith 215
Kearney 1,075
Kimball 113
I'Uiriiflter 6,538
Lincoln 650
Latan 80
Madlon 4'.8
Merrick 895
Nunce 1,003
Nemaha 1,510
Nuckolls 1.429
Otoe : 2.223
Perkins ........... 187
Phelps 1,162
Platto 1.319
Polk S26
Red Willow 1,161
Hlchardson 2,219
Hock ...1 443
Valine 1,973
Sarpy 742
Saunders 2,297
Scott's Illurf 432
Seward 1,735
Sherman ........... 670
Bloux 1ST
Stanton 697
Thayer 1,63
Thurston A61S
Washington l.l'.t
Wuyno 1.102
Wheeler lfiO
Kebster 1.30S
Total 92.718
One precinct mKsliiK.
1,300
S01
794
972
1,766
2.0O4
1,438
210
33-3
1.751
1.1S9
1,5?2
1,870
615
434
1,178
900
2.293
12,640
1,746
1,009
1,148
2,096
21
473
840
1.179
1.526
191
422
1.13S
1.121
1,00
217
966
60
4,612
961
707
1,628
1,141
2.064
181
1.000
2.225'
1,420
754
2,169
223
1,700
997
2 292
"'3
1,835
6
183
788
1.288
670
1.270
992
153
1.U7
1,643
1,170
91
75
1,231
425
835
1.463
1,272
2,122
1,212
272
624
1,602
816
1,111
1.807
643
607
1.067
1.093
1,867
1,663
1,008
50
62
1.127
360
666
838
1,668
1.791
1,220
215
408
1,371
99"i
1.40S
1,665
676
410
1.07G
MM
2 03
9,105 11,512
1,614 1,573
855
1,121
3,202
209
335
418
1.3G4
1,341
2G6
349
777
1,624
1,330
200
911
103
5,537
100
82
231
SSI
873
1,540
1,220
1.C28
'122
1,003
958
935
1.012
2.130
374
1.986
663
1.962
351
1,595
492
141
617
1.480
601
1 419
872
1.155
916
9S1
2.C16
1S9
4C0
728
1,835
1,311
214
42C
1.0S3
1,166
899
195
812
52
3,575
873
669
1.320
i;i02
1,900
171
S35
1.735
1,334
715
1.959
231
1,596
850
2,063
221
1.597
652
149
619
1.2S5
467
1,156
toG
160
1,024
85,902 80,415 76,942
THE ELECTORAL VOTE.
Roose
velt. Alabama
Aikansas
California 10
Colorado 5
Connecticut , 7
Delaware ;...., 3
Floilda :. ;
Georgia
Idaho ..'. 3
Illinois 27
Indiana 15
Iowa , 13
Kunns ,4 10
Kentucky
Louisiana , ,
Maine G
Maryland 8
Mnssachusctts 10
Michigan 14
Minnesota , 11
Mississippi 1
Missouri ......,.;....- IS
Montana ...:.-i. 3
Nebraska . .""."Trr.TrrrrTrr. 8
Nevada 3
New Hampshire .t:r.M..;..v. - 4
New Jersey .,,, ,....... 12
New York ."...' 39
North Carolina
North Doklta 4
Ohio 23
Oregon 4
Pennsylvania 3i
Rhode Island 4
South Carolina
South Dakota 4
Tennessee ..
Texas
Utah 3
Vermont 4
Virginia
Wnshtngton C
West Virginia 7
Wisconsin 13
Wyoming 3
Total 343
Necessary to elect. 22a
Par
ker. 11
5
13
13
9
10
12
13
13
12
135
THE NEW GOVERNORS.
Attendance at the World's Fair.
ST. LOUIS Total attendance at the
World's fair for tho week ending No
vember 12 was 498,149. Total slnco
opening of tho fair, 17,065,880.
Mrs. Ct A. Currv. -33 years, old. was
shot and klfldjlj an hor husband prob.j'BUiHed, railway trains. am groa'tly de
ably fatally wotihdeTI In a pistol duel jlayod and thero Is a general suspen-
at tholr homo In East Pueblo, Colo.
Rev. Herbert Welch, D. D.. pastor
of! tlio' iPirsU- lilnthrJdlsti 1 Episcopal
church at ML Vernon. N. Y., was
chosen by the trusteos as the new
president of Ohio Woaloyau unlvor
slty, succeeding Rev. Dr. J. W. Bash-ford.
slon of traffic In this city nnd through
out York county as tho result of what
ip jala to bo the navlQsj; storm .yprk
ever experienced at this tlmo of th'e"
year. It Is estimated that snow fell
to a depth of a foot on Om level. The
city Is In darknoss, owing to the cross
ing of wires, due to tho wires being
weighted down with snow.
Call to Form a New Party.
CHICAGO James II. Forriss, chair
man of tho national committoo of tho
people's party, hns issued a call for a
mooting to bo held in Chicago somo
tlmo during Noverabor for tho purpose
of forming n new national party. In
his call for tho gathorlng, which ho
terms a "Jofforson conference," Mr.
Forriss declaros that tho time has ar
rived for tbo consolidation of a num
ber of progressive parties and factious
under a broad and liberal Joffersonian
1 program.
Former Governor of Iowa Dead.
VINTON, la. Former Governor
Huren R. Sherman died Friday night
He had beqn an Invalid for several
years, He was state auditor from 1875
to 1880 and governor frqni 1&82 to
1885. He enlisted as a private in the
cjvll war In Company ' G, Thirteenth
United States volunteers, and rose to
tho ironic gfcnpta,ln. He was an active
thirty-third degree Mason.
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Final Fljjures In New York.
' NEW YORK A revised table of tho
figures for president and governor In
New York state shows that Roosevelt
received a plurality of 176,627 over
Parker, and Hlgglns 80,490 over Her
rlck. JOHN F. SHAFROTH DEFEATED.
Revised Returns Give His Opponent
Majority of 2,976.
DENVER, Colo. Tho democrats
now concedo tho election of three re
publican congressman In Colorado. Re
vised returns glvo Franklin E. Brooks,
republican, a .majority of 2,976 over.
John F. Shafroth, democrat, for con-greasman-at-large,
and show 2.7S5 plu
rality for Rj W fRonyngo, republican,
in the,1Trstid!fitricf,,and. 0,026, plural
ity for H. M. Hogg, republican, in the
Sbcoa'd-dlatrftL' ' ' " '
Colorado Alva Adams, D.
Connecticut Henry Roberts, R.
Delaware Preston Lea, R.
Florida Napoleon B. Broward, D.
Idaho Frank Tt. Gooding, R.
Illinois Charles S. Deneen, R.
Indiana J. Frank Hanley, R.
Kansas Edward W. Hoch, R.
Massachusetts Wm. L. Douglas, D.
Michigan Fred M. Warner, R.
Minnesota John A. Johnson, D.
Missouri Joseph W. Folk, D.
Montnna Joseph K. Toole, D.
Nebraska John II. Mickey, R.
New Hampshire John McLanc, R.
New Jersey Ed wai O. Stokes", R.
New Yprk Frank W. Hlgglns, R.
North Carolina Robt. B. Glenn, D.
NorUuPaii.QiftE. Y, Searlos, R,
Rhode JshjinJ George P, Utter, R.
South Carolina D. C. Heywood, D.
South Dakota Samuel H. Elrod, R.
Texas S. W. T. Lanham. D.
Tennessee James B, Frazler, D.
Utah John C. Cutler. R.
Washington Albert E. Mead, R.
W. Virginia W. M. O. Dawson, D.
Wisconsin Robert L LaFolIette,
Wisconsin R. M. LaFolIette, R. .
Wyoming Bryant B. Brooks, R.
WYOMING.
CHEYENNE Roosevelt has car
ried Wyoming by from 7,500 to 8,000.
Mondell, rep., has been elected to
congress by over 6,000, Brooks, rep.,
has been elected governor by over
4,000 over Osborno, dean., and the
rest of the republican stato ticket has
been elected by majorities ranging
from 3,000 to 5,000. . ,
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WASH BLUE KN
Costs to cents and equals 20 ccnti
vorth of any other kind of bluing.
Won't Freeze, Spill, Break
Nor Spot Clothes
OIREOTIONQ FOR USES
around in the Water
At fl wtso Grocer.
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Will Go Back to Law.
NEW YORK Judgo Parker camo
to this city from Esopus Thursday. Ho
is quoted as saying to friends: "Of
courso I am going to return to the
law buslnoss. I have several engage
ments under consideration, but I have
made no decision yet. It may bo that
I shall first take a holiday trip; not
for myself, for I do not feel tho need
of any, but for the benefit of Mrs,
Parker.'-' On hla arrival Judge Parker;
went to the Manhattan club for a chat
with friends.
A Hint to the Ladles.
A young lady of this city dislocated
her shouldor by violently throwing
her arm around tho neck of a girl
friend. If girls would put their arms
only where thoy belong they would
gain moro sympathy in tho event of
overdoing things and incidentally
mako men's lives happier. San Fran
cisco Call.
Every nouseKeeper snould know
that If they will buy Defiance Cold
Water Starch for laundry uso they
will savo not only tlmo, because -it
never sticks to tho Iron, but becauso
each packago contains 16 oz. ono full
pound while all other Cold Water
Starches aro put up In 94-pound pack
ages, and tho price Is the same, 10
cents. Then again becauso Defianco
Starch is frco from all Injurious chem
icals. If your grocer tries to sell you
a 12-oz. 'paclcago it Is becauso he has
a stock on hand which ho wishes to
dispose of beforo ho puts in Defiance.
Ho knows that Defiance Starch has
printed on every packago In largo let
ters and figures "16 ozs." Demand
Deflanco and sayo much tlmo and
money and the annoyance of tbo iron
ticking. Defiance never sticks.
Largest Diamond.
Unfortunately, the largest diamond
In tho world is not of tho crystalline
sort used as a gem. If it were its
value would bo fabulous, for it Is sev
enteen times larger than tho famous
Victoria diamond, tho largest of mod
ern finds, which was sold tor $1,500,
000. It3 value depends upon tho uso
to which It can bo put when broken
up, for It Is of tho amorphous kind
known technically as carbon.
Japanese In 'Frisco Schools. "
Thero are 15,000 Japanese In San
Francisco. All tho children attend
tho public schools, side by sido with
tbo whites. As tho schools will not
hold all tho white children that seek
admission a movement Is on foot, for
that and other reasons, to provide a.
separate school for tho Japs. Thor
Japs object to being put on tbo samo
plane as tho Chinese.
Sea water Is frequently recommend
ed by physicians for many purposes,
and there Is now quite a largo num
ber of peoplo 'who aro making hand
some Incomes In eastern towns by tho
sale of bottled eas water. They havo
dally or weekly supplies from tbo sea,
and this is put Into Etono. gallon jars
and sent around to regular customers.
Autos to Feed Railways.
Automobile trains aro to be run on
wagon roads In German East Africa
as feeders to tho railway lines.
TILL NOON.
The Simple Dish That Keeps Cne Vig
orous and Well Fed.
When tho doctor takes his owa
medicine and the grocer cats tho food
ho recommends some confidence comes
to tho observer.
A Grocer of Osslan, Ind bad a
practical experience with food worth
anyone's attention.
Ho saysr "Six years ago I became
so weak from stomach and bowel
trouble that I was finally compelled
to glvo up all work in my store, and
In fact all sorts or work, for about four
years. Tho last year I was confined to
tho bed nearly all of the time, and
much of tho tlmo unablo to' retain
food of any sort on my stomach. My
bowels w6ro badly , constipated con
tinually and I lost' in weight from
16a pounds down to 88 pounds.
"When at tho bottom of tho ladder
I changed treatment entirely and
started in on Grape-Nuts and cream
for nourishment. I used absolutely
nothing but this for about three
months, I slowly Improved untlla
got out of bed and began to move
abouL , ;;J
"1 have been improving regularly J
and now in the past two years have
been working about fifteen hours a
day In the store and never felt better
in my life.
"During; these two years . have
never missed a breakfast of Grape
Nuts and cream, and often have It
two meals a day, but tho entire break
fast is always mado of Grape-N-j.s an J
cream alone.
"Slnco commencing tho uso of
Grape-Nuts I bavo never used any
thing to Etlmulato the action of the
liowels, a thing I had to do for years,
but this food keeps mo regular and in
line snape, anu 1 am growing stronger.
ana heavier every day.
"My customers, naturally, havo be
Interested and I am compelled to an'
swer a great many questions aboCt
Grape-Nuts.
"Some people would think that a
simple dish of Grapo-Nuts and Cream
would not carry -onpthrough to tl$
noonday meal, but lV?wjll and In tho
mqsfH'lgorous fashiott-k
riiiihe given by Postum Co., Battle
Crecif, Mich.
Look in each pkg. for the famou
, little book, "The Road to Wellvlllo."
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