r TITE aarret work ta i deposited la tha Kearns bank with all for wan' exult' ion, in fart, it la out t penny of interest to the city, and a rehg-on- . raougniio tba value of that flaaariwl The tery aivgiery that aurrouuda kelp ia a time of trouble Aad they wltb iba order and tha high character of are wot going w further eupport the their inwith or vote, their presence, tba averna mambarabip are the fluence that cause ihe uninitiated to unsavory crowd hick last year gained dcalre to know aioro of Masonry I baa cool nil. ReThey are coming back to the ia dlacUoad in tbo a gue and nywbola belong. abme they publican party, that publicly proclaim ibo order number erf Tba Ogdon Maeoaa ora o body of Thay are moved by a Tba local ailuktiba W cefieat remains. mao of omcw than ard ia ary ruliare. (bam. It conowe, gad It Impraaa Thay ara lofluaoital and a fore that Tha national argument vinces tkem. awfaaa for the oterel, aa wall aa Is another. They do not care to have adraaeomaat of thia city., tbwir state administer a rebuke to la tbalr rejmciag. wa all Join la because be baa will Frealdeat Roosevelt, wlahmg them a growth that done nothing which deserves rebuke, ocllpao aay erber Me tonic faidga la gad baa dona everything which merit tha aiata ao that avaaiually otbar the beartleat commendation particubeautiful ' ruct urea may ba araciad aa larly from tha West. moaumaata to tba Maaoaa of Ogden. And thay ara voting the Republican ticket at (be primaries, when they AFTER THE PRIMARIES. vote at all. For the rwet, they are remaining away from the polls, and conBefore tha Into primary election ia vey, to their friends their quiet Ogden, iha Tribune aaid Coagreeawwa to go in November and vole the Howell would be defeated because of straight Republican ticket. tba poetoffic appelmment. Now tba Tkat Is the way they are votlug beet aaya that Wabar county and Og ikia year. dea worn good to tba Congressman. SOLDIER bUlTS. Naturally, It wua aa aerwiot of tha appointment for tha Ogden puatofflra A special correapondcat aaya there If a defeat waa a disapproval, a big ia a rippl of laughter going the 7 Take victory waa aa approial, ah round! of the army nBcwra in Washyour rbeaca. ington city that threatens to grow Into a state of tbs most ardent hllarious-nsaTHE OLD FRAUD. nnd eatend to othern the ntboae Judge C, C. fioodwla rumplaina lu woh wenr the uniform of our I'nclo bla Weekly because lha Republican Bam. tl In nit over a recent bulletin edlturs of tlab hava claciad li. J. Issued by tha department of commerce Robinson nnd Armstrong dele- nnd labor. It will be re me tube red that gate to tba sat loan I axwiciatiou. lie g few niontha ago Secretary Taft imclaima that Armatrong waa ones a ported g tailor from Lamdon to design, Democrat and that Robiaana supported cut and construct n uniform for our American army. At that time the Auguaiua Helnie wbaa in Montana. Well, suppose all that la true, what pres of the country ridiculed the Idea of It? 1 Goodwin tba only man that of our having to go in England fur such a purpose, and Iho Ullorn of thia eaa change bla political views? Once wa found thia same Uuodwln country lb real rand to rlao In rebellion. At tba lime the tailors of Hondo abusing Thomas Kearns wad accusing him of practically ail tha crimes art up iho claim that all Americana who prfn ntyle, quality nnd fit order against decency and morality, d nounring the Republican party, and tbeir clothe from Tamrioa tailor.' rating on L'tab for a new party, aad That was a pretty broad statement for that whan tha latter waa formed, tba It hat long been acknowledged Judge permitted bla son, Tod, to sell Americana, aa a rale, are the beat! bla Weekly sheet, including tha edi- dressed people ia the world, and that more Americana caa afford, and do get tor's name, fur dollars. the very beat there la In the market. (kind-winmean could enough Nothing Now comes our depart ra net of comWeekly aay against Kearns. Why, every man who came merce and labor and telln ua for the In contact with Kearns, nomrdlng to year 190S the total eapnrta of clothing Goodwin, wna stained forever, and yet from Englaud to the l'nlted Btatoa wa now Bnd this aame man Goodwin only amounted to a beggarly 1271,000, ediiiug one of Kearns' newapapars and worse and njore of It, by a good deal the aame department assure u and 'living off Kearns' gold. This old fraud Goodwin quest Iona that it baa been ihe custom of British other people's motive and traduoea officials to enter exports of clothing to the ( sited States under the head of man who ranuoL be bled. Talk about rharartar. why Tom alopa." la grave, honest truth.-ou- r Kearns aad Frank Cannon, with all army uniform have been coins from had to of tricktheir record debauchery and ery, are angels compared with tha worse for aaveral years. The blue unisancitnionmiiB old reprobate, Goodwin. form, of the days from Iddl to 1903, waa the natieat ever put on by sol of thld o rsny other country, It diers HOW THEY VOTED. ia true that timet the fit waa not all Iniarmountaln Republican: One of that could ho desired, Imt tha stylo lh algniflcanl incidents of Ihn Repub- waa attractive, and nomethlng to be lican primaries, bald Mat Friday night proud of! In these days it in brad to In Ibis city, was tbs voting of man tell a soldier from a iramp, who had who have been Ideal Iflsd with the purloined the gafb of a scarecrow iq a American party. They are not trait-or- cornfield and the Impression prevails either to their former party, or that .when tba boys are called upon to the Republican. They simply are go- to don the uniform designed and ing to support the Republican ticket built under the London importation not at tha potla in November, a tramp in the country would trad At one of the precincts a member of clothing with our soldiers. what Is known aa Ih American majority of Hie rlty council cast hla forCUBA WILL BE ANNEXED. tune with tha Republican party where he originally belonged, and There Is a strong undercurrent of where he will hereafter remain. He feeling that the Cuban trouble will rewaa n Republican In the )eara that are sult in annexation In tha very near peat, nnd he baa seen enough of the fnture. To possess Cuba has been the motive and the method of what la cell- dream of Americana for more than a ed lha American parly to know (hat century. Tbnmsa Jefferson, whan he he does not belong with U. He may was president, several times announcbe classified by hla former associates ed that the l'nlted Stale ought to poa-eaJubt wheiever they rare to claaslfy the Island, and he reiterated hia him. Rut hla heart and hla vote are belief on several occasions after he rewith the Republican party now and tired to private life. The dream lived hereafter. and grew iu the breast of the aotiih in in indltytive of the general senti- the palmy (lays of slavery; It was a ment of the better men who went out pan of the scheme of Aaron Burr, with that party. They thought they and at one time ibere was a very had n pood reason for going, or they feeling in ihr south to withstrong would not have gone. They believed draw from the north, seise on Cuba, there waa need for reform, and, of unite with Mexico and build up a great course, they lllevad they weie going slave empire. It was thia dream lhat to get It. They baiked for retrenchto ihe order of the Knights binh gave ment In tha public expenditures. Inof American IJbeny. afterward known stead. they have found ao greatly an In the north, during the war between increased rage for spending public the aiate. as ihe Knfghia of the Uold-emoney thsl they are appalled by it. Circle. Jefferson advocated th They baiked fr a reduction of the of the island bersuso It possession number of unnecessary men drawing commanded 'he gulf; in slavery days without giving an equlta public pay It sannexaiinn wa advocated because leut. and they have seen the army of it would extend the area of American hangorw-oidle vastly recruited. Thev larery. Inokeil for a better showing In finances lulling the administration of Franknowr the taxes lin Pierre our ministers to St. and they know that Jainea, hsve been raised until the total of France. Holland and ffpgln met at state, county and city reache more (intend end Issued the once famous mill m the hundred than thirty-livtistend manifesto, in which the forcidollars of wasesaed valuation. Of this ble selxure of Cuba, if Spain should amnnut The city portion la twelve refuse to sell, waa advoca'ed. It mlllewltbln just on ml!) of the verv suited a world sensation'' at the time, mailmnra that the constitution of tha and esme near involving u. In a war s'atw will permit the city to Involve with Spain. It ha always been vaid it self In Indebtedness. that when Huchansn was he And The beat of thcae Informed mads teniaiiva offer of yZ'M'.ooi'.Oott t men went who out tha of capable Bpaia for Cuba. Repitbllran party Into the new: American movement know that the obligad men of Chiiagu have tions already assumed by the city make a deficit of more than a quarter formed a union. Then- demsnds and of n million dollars an absolute cer- concession ought to be on the half tainly before the present cry admin- nrdei. istration shall complete Its isrm. There eras a Howell about the re That la enough t give pause to the rrnt primaries, that was really dts men. moat prndenl to the euemie of the They find another Jhinit When they wrent Into the new movement they did not believe that it would be dominatItcinember licit Wcdncsiliiv is Brig ed In lbs Interact of Toni Kearns. hum City IVorh ijav. The pmsyemti Now- they know it l so ilomins'i-lhis mr-ni- riiv to llif north of us, will attrart They know that man. thm-iaman ticdenm-on that for agencies, abanlntely eonlml th present destinies of Balt T.ifap, ard Brigham Is mmli up of irn:it enter ha he la surrounded b? men with tsinrrs. whom the beer rltlxens do not cne to be Identified Tbev buna lha- - ne;o. Ivn arc mull r wm in ihr riihb.-- i inercst!. uf the ly a imllbm dollars of the rev's none great THE EXAMINER to Fufafastisd Cvary Day ia by The Sunder psy- - C subscription iatcs. Delivered far Cmw a OiiH Ctqr. torlaiing iutfar bm-II- I Eaaweaer, par month. . 75 6 Suii Mia V MAIL IN ADVANCE. Ihe Bnemmer tp'eeM by mmN at OflN, i Ni. N N LM ilwliiMHV, hwadvauc.. INDEPENDENT. riARLIM a amctly la Tba lode- - all U give baa ta h toMfitaa. It Ei pwaisk- - ubluN truha and ul reeo-kitlo- wlL ba raoaiaml ptseeaied ia revidwels, but tba Vaa aaaii must ba putt) shad la bilL AU letter aad aa rirniafti1n signed fejr aoai La allTba plumes, ar uaiati Meows la iba Paata baafaac brave maa never bidet babad aa Dual aak tba Ediaaauaiad tor ta ba fwpaaaibia far vbat ara aabaanad af. aw. M a a abaoibara vUI aaafar a favor Ula cflto of failure fTba Kxnmiaer labw to laaatr their breakfast. llinf by Tba Meratng Examiner caa b aa aala by tba Indapaadaat EaN Laka City. Ct, Oa all through iralaa laarlsg Ogden aa found Nvwe Tba Eouthara Fnelfle Railway, Tba Union vadfle Railway, aad Tba Oragaa abort Uaa Kalla ay. EaaailBor patroaa will aaafar a favor aa tha aaaagoment by ta thla odea whenever thay fall to flad tha yagara at tha daalg-aataplanet. . - CALL PON REPUBLICAN PRIMAR-IEAND CONVENTION, WEBER COUNTY, t E A RBK'Bt-JCA.COrNTY CON VKVriON la baraby called to moot BMnrday, Bapt. yf, 1PM, at tha eouaiy a man Bbuaa nt Weber eouaiy. at Ciiy, at lha baur of It o'rlork ia tba foraaooa. for tba purpoaa of bomluatlag madldatao for tba ofllrra la Wabar county, aa proridrd by law. FRIMARIEB for tbo election of iho ouaibar of dalagatou frooi racb ta aaid ronvoatlon, aa barrio-afia-r daalgnaird. will ba bald Turn-daovaalog. BapL ft. at I o'clork. Tha venoue dietrlcte will mart at tba uawl maailng plaraa and eooduet tba priOMrlaa la tba uaual aiannar. Each diatrirl ahould aalert a chair-ma- a aad aaeratarr aad aanlfy tba of dalagaiao cboiea to tbo Og-da- ilia-trl- rt Tbo county proriaeta ahould arb elect a raadldata for juetlc of iho paaro aad coaatabla. aad errtify ihatr aumluatlona to tbo county dark, aa prorklad by law. .. far Caun-t-y Ogdaw City Apportionment CMiiwtoai flRIT WARD. No. Delegatee Diatrirt Firei . . .Xi...... I .. Baeaod Third 4 .. 7 Pounh .. Pifth .. BECOND WARD. .. Biath Beveuth 1 T o a Eighth Math I I . o o a a 7 I .i THIRD WARD. Toaih .1 Eleventh iiMiniiaiiaan Twelfth ., MIMMMIIItlll Thlrt trail 4 a : s FOURTH WARD. Fourteenth Fifteenth . iiatimiiMi aa a a a a a a ...... ntiiiiii Raraaloaath ............ Right aaaih ......at.... Maaiaaath .. ............. Mislaaath . Twrutlnk d a 7 I 31 Twanty.fourih WARD. attaoraat 3 IMMIMiai 7 7 iiiitm a Twain ao . Twenty-fifth,- c 1 T1PTH Twenly firm . Twaaty-aaenn- 7 C ooagaaaaaa Aaooaaaaaoaa a e CTy apportionment 149 Cauaty Appaitianmant Burrh Creek miiMiiiiiit Want rar attmitii Kdaa .. ........... Ilarrinvllle .. a a Liberty ... Harriott . . Nurih Ogden agwiiaiao .............. ............... ruin City, No. Plain City. No. rieaeant Yiow Randall River dale Roy .. . . BlatrrvUte .malt Wnrraa ....... 1 f HiilMiatu Hoopar, No. 1 Hooper, No. I llunia villa. No. 1 Iluoiarlllr, No. 2 Kanea villa 1 HI mi it iiiiiiIiii n . Want Wabar, No. I Waai Weber No. 2 II llaon .... .... Total aambar of delegates JOHN K. T. 79 . V. BLUTH. Bar rein ry. 2:3 Hl'I.AKlSKt. Chairman. Ogdan, L'lah. Bapt. IS. 1904. MASONIC TEMPLE. dedication of ih- - Masonic tampla, the Brel built in tha country. giintried many thou rand Ogdanitea on Sunday io tha beiutlfal iui Wbahingtoa building avaaue. The1 lomplaa ara a reminder of tba power and growth of Moaonry. Wherever la thin country arc men of influence, there you will Bad a ordar aad that order drawn to it a big petoentaa of tba Icadera of f thought- aad tba rapt ala aad the arrange thing it that thia eearat aaciaty probibita proeelvt-in- g and yet it. attracts omnilrea thousands of the big men of th country every .year nnd continue to he a irrmandoua power, wielded, no doubt, for gnod. for i ia aaid that im ara 'in exeinpliflra'tnn i.f The Inter-mountai- c - rrre-wiomal- t 's e UTAH, NIORNING TVEFDAY SEPTEMBER IS. 19WI- - HRS two, be used for coast patrol duty. control form a - truet that the world. From a rubber B'andpolat. mi of the people la America are eligible aa stockholders. wad te - Veer Puellstiieg OGDEN, EXAMINER: MOEXINO CAPITAL BRITISH CAUSED From th amouar of flgbuug being done la iha Philippines, it ia apparent that tha Pulajanea aiw the problem of ur oaatera Possessions. Religious fan lei a fights with a tenacity that outstrips tba fight for liberty or raven (e. ACTION TO BE TAKEN CHIEF HELD. ENGINEER Philadelphia. Bept. 17. Chief Engineer Albert P. Knight, of thu steamship Front ensr. now at this. port, was held without bill today to soait ihe re ult ct the injuries uf James Hunter, first officer of tl.e vessel w hom he shot guard the steamship, Saturday sight, during an sltercatiun. OF THE JESSE JU1ES GANG Chicago. Sept. 17. Peter Schuttler. millionaire wagon manufacturer and BOYS TOOK OATH TO MURDER IF NECESSARY. pioneer of Chicago, died yesterday in Th Bingham Bulletin ia vigorous at the Lsngenschwslbsrh, Geimany. brother-in-lasummer residence nf his ia us denunciation. Her is a Adolf Busch of Bl. Louis. A cafrom oa of its editorial: Oat Had Planned the Wrecking Thoir Insurganta Maks a Statement of brieflv announcing him death, Yeuagetore blegram. of g Train and Burning ef of the alleged editor of the Bingham Grievances, Holding Palma to reached his Chicago heme last night. a Mill. An Accounting. 'squeal' has promised to deliver the to tha Salt over TREPOFFS Bingham delegates REJOICED OVER DEATH. Laka gang, la return for which the Exstuu, Pa.. Sept. 17. Two memrevoluNew York, Bept. 17. Tho Bingham graftera ara to have the supJames. Jr., gang ' 17. Upward of lot) ber of ihe Jose OJosu. Sept. Issued New York of Junta ha tionary of Hellertown. . which had planned port of th Balt Uke thieves. for her were arrested today persons Ina proclamation, giving tho liberal other crimes to wreck n train, rejoicing over the death of General among burn a mill aad blow up a hall. todasurgent reasons for taking up arm Trepoff, Is too public a manner. Tha landing of American marines pleaded guilty to the larceny of honk against tho Falma government. This on ihe island of Cuba seems to hava proclamation and other thing from the public aaya: CUBA. FOR ROUTE EN buildings at that place end were arn-- . "in the Brat place, thia movement had a wholesome effect on tho naHouse of th to Refuge. weie tive. Palma has declared for peace, must not ba confounded with tbo Norfolk. Vs.. Sept. 16. Two eruisers WUUam Bast. 15 years of They age. who so often disturb atrtf that exsevnot. with aad government troops arc navy yard, was captain of the "gang. and Flnyj tbo peace ot th republics of South from th Norfolk hundred men. In addition to two Etteweiu. Id years of age. pected to fight only on tha defensive. nnd Ceutral America, in th latter eral Boston ani Chief at Police Zlmpfer testified that Th iBltnl cause of the revolution wna movements the oae object of the lead- drafts of marines from Bast bad confided after hi League Island, passed out of the VirCaptain a disrespect fur the government, aad er la to gala control of the presidency. ginia capes today .en route to Cuba. rrwt that each member of the gang With ua not ao. is it a soon aa the govarameat proves that "Wo hav beta careful not to over- They were th cruisers Cleveland and had taken oath before he waa admitit la capable of controlling affairs, th draw the seriousness of tbo political Tacoma. The Cleveland left the navy ted to membership. Th oath, admin-istereby the captain while the canhut break will die a natural death. situation In Cuba, aad have mad no yard yesterday and dropped anchor 4a departure didate for membership bad hia hand r barges that cannot be fully substan- Hampton roads to await the of the cruiser Tacoma. The Tacoma resting ua a skull, that had bt-tiated by unbiased Investigator. I PLEAtANTRIEE. "Wo charge that President Palm left the navy yard at 3 o'clock this rnlea, la aa follows: J swear on' this skull, the emblem morning and passed out of the capes "You entertain a great deal more obtained hla election to offlr through ar 4 thin etening. The Cleveland went of death, to be true to the Black Flag defraud the cad Intimidation and by ifaaa you did funnerly. I notice. Tea, out at 3 o'clock. Derails of the terwhich I bat enlisted. 1 will inded. Thia ia the firat really hos- ntal to the liberals of their right of rific rortheasi storm on this const and under faithful and true to my comrades be suffrage. Life. pitable cook wa ever had." We charge that the government of thick fog at the rapes the observer in all action and will obey the comPreadent Palm waa directly respon- at Cap Henry waa unable to get the mands of my captain. Father or mothW. Baity (from th smokehouse) wife or child shall nut be tarred sible for the killing of Colonel Enrique names of those two cruiser as they er, Dem thievin' nigger woan let 'er man teamed out to sex. The wind at the In my eyea If duty deniaud their death. of house of n member the Yllluendas, beep nothin'! Mrs. Bally Wat ye' miles an If I fail la any of tbess things, mat 1 at Cienfuegoe, on capes waa blowing thirty-sinow. Bill? W. Bally Las' night representatives, mi ihere waa ba killed and my bones left, to blearh hour the northeast and from 1905. 2, September Ah put 'er padlock on hia doah. an "We charge that President Palma heavy aea on. A draft of marines like thia skull 1 now grasp. This is m some triflin puaaon'i done stole hit. nnd functions from League island arrived here this oath. the has powers usurped Puca. of the governing bodies of the munici- morning and were us signed to the Tapalities nnd hna annulled, arbitrarily, coma. Two hours later the cruiser "The road to knowledge, nowadays, and without warrant of law, the elec- waa areaming out of thia harbor for aaid iha firat achmimaator, ia too tions of liberal officials, displacing Cuba. A draft of marines from Boaton awlft and too easy. It's n regular rail- them with members of his own politialso arrived today and were assigned road." Yoa," agreed tbo other old cal the moderates. to Join the men on the cruiser Newparty, a with railroad it's aad pedagogue, W charge that he hat in lik man- ark, which 1 still at thia yard, blit fewer switches than ate necessary." ner removed from the beach Judges making every preparation for an early Philadelphia Public Ledger. who refuted to act la their Judicial ca- departure. pacity according to hia dictation. PresThe author or compiler of Joe ident Palma also haa Imprisoned, withFOUGHT WITH FOREIGNERS. Miller'a book of jeata waa trying to out Judicial proreedngi. members of think of a suitable title for the work. th liberal party because they voiced "I don't know, he mid. but 1 ought thoir protests against hia dictatorial Amarican Workmen Did Not Like the Macedonian. to call it Jokes Oalore.' 01 Lore. conduct. Baa? Convinced, however, after re"Th liberal hava mad continued Granite City. Ills., Bept. 17. Aa the flecting upon It n moment, that thia peaceful appeal that thia injustice be - I waa even worse tbsa anything in the righted, but to all thesa the govern- result of a race war between American of nnd the Macedonian employes book, he prudently forbore. Chicago ment turned a deaf ear. American Steel founderv, Christo Tola, Tribune. "Denied the constitutional rights for a Macedonian, wna shot in the back I which th Cuban fought, bled and and ia In n serious condition. j And what do you call this r died for nearly half a century, we deIt is saifi that fire hundred men article?" naked Mr. J whack, at the cided that our one recourse was again took part In the general fight here, ten table. "Ah, marble cake? Wfell to uk np arras. from 111 feeling that has been named exceedingly well named. And We now aak only one thing, that resulting for a long time between the the- - er segments we had last night the Illegal and fraudulent election of brewing American and foreign employee. None were denominated 'pound caka, were last December be annulled and a new of the Ameri cans were Injured, hut four Cnban ao! which not? at every Quit Cookery, my dear, election held, they were hurt. foreigners to ia a fair chance be will a given particularly ritlaen especially yours, The Injured were: Stgno Pedro, rib : In nomenvote." its frank, ingenuous .filing , clature! Cleveland Leader. la concluding,, the proclamation broken. Vumdl Pedro, internslly and left eye aaya: Jabbed out. Is of "That Palma today dictator F, Fernando, scalp wounds. , THE FAIR Cuba, island of Wayler," and declares EXPERT H. Kukankos, broken wrist. are JUDGESJQR that the men who surround him tho same who oupportod tho Spanish MEXICOS NATIONAL DAY. President Nye received the tallow- regime whilo patriotic Cubans were In , the field fighting. ing communication from tho ExperiWithout Unment Rtatlon at lgan, Vtah, In anThe Time today states that, accord- Monterey Celebrated for Americana, friendly Feeling l for expert Judges ing to a story which ia being told in swer to hla for the departments of livestock and financial circles here, the real cause Washington, Bept. 17. Consul Genw of tho action of President Roosevelt In eral dairy product!: tbe state deHanna regard to Cuba was not th appeals ofe, partment fromtelegraphs Eaparlwant Station. Mootarey, Hex loo. statAmerican sugar planter pyar Cianfue-gnIigan. Ctah. Kept, tl, 1906. of the Mexican but a complaint mad through the ing dint the celebration Mr. J. C. Nye, Ogden. Utah. wag attended by thousands of Dear Mr: TTiu secret ary talked) British embassy at Washington, re- holiday Americans and foreigners. with you yerterday aa to th Judg- garding the damage don to the prop- Mexicans, usual very orderly In MonIt was la which W eaters tho o! of Block at railroad, and prodtlcia erty dairy ing or reports previousterey and in your Fair. Tour aim la a worthy owned by British capitalists, and the ly published spite in many papers In the one and we win do all wo ran to help head office which it in lamdon. United States, that Monterey was the Nicholas Rivero, head Profaaaor Larson anproprietor you alongeat of revolution and that Thin rut UPprenrntn- tho nounces hla willingness to pass upon and editor of the Diarario Deden La were to be driven from the foreigners country, What your dairy products nnd I will he Marina, arrived in New York, Sunday, the patriotism end good will of the buy la his Henientn. aleaaed to award the ribbons to the from Havana. He aaid: Z' tbeir cordial were ihe tlwn by people proved avrrapo boy When I left Havana oa Thursday, manner live stock. It la to bo hoped that Th toward foreigners. like totter than to to out morn fairs suyh aa youra will be held the eltnatlOB was considered grave, hut was enthusof General Reyes thus I think that Mr. Taftowill reach an speech Interest in agriculture and in a rain ntorni? lie in received by thousands and agreement with the revolutlonlate by iastically heightened. the marred purposes nothing patriotic some of ttfelr claima perfectly safe, from1 Ihe Wishing you rvory success, I am, supporting "1 do not think that th rebels will of the diy. " wet and eold in a Very truly youra, accept anything leas than a new elecJOHN T. CAIN. rain-proo- f nuit. CANANEA CELEBRATED. tion. Animal Husbandman. Asked If he believed that President ('all and nee one of thene NsCo, Arts., Bept. 17. A special Palms would resign, Benor Rivero re- from nuit n it will do you pood, Canones. Mexico, soys everyGARDNER AFTER GANI, plied: thing was quiet there yesterday. In even if yon dont want to 1 do not think that ho would resign of his own accord, but If It wore nec- the afternoon 10.000 Americans and buy a nnit for tbe boy for, Mexicans marched side by side from Lewall Fugiiat Foots Forfeit ta Meat essary for the peace of Cuba, I am sure one nchool at present. end of tbe city to tbe other. The President Palma ia patriotic enough American Joa Gaaa at 113 Pounds. flags were as conspicuous ns to do aa" Another Cuban who arrived here the Mexican, and the Americans genChicago. Bept. 14. Jimmy Gardner, Sunday la quoted aa elating that there erally wore Mexican colors. th Lowell boy. has posted n forfeit of Although there were 26,000 people In d over 14,000 insurgents town 1 10,000 to meet Gann at the light- Inere during the day. there was not which at the time, field th present weight limit In either h finish fight or was more than there were la the last even a rase of drunkenness to disturb content. tbe perfect harmony of the celebran twenty-rounwar with Spain. Gardner la confident he can beat the tion. Cuban govthat announced in the It Colored wonder, and deelaroa the for- ernment. through agents here, had feit can go as a aide bet. It la quesLittle Harry waa spending his vacathe steam yaCht Peerless, purchased can make the owned by Chaa. W. Harknese. Th tionable whether Jimmy tion on a firm In the wheat belt of weight, but idmuld he, he la entitled to Peerleaa arrived la this port three Minnesota. It was bis first visit to Claim a match with Ganw. Until beatdays ago from Cleveland by way of the country and he had never seen a en by Mike ITwin) Bulllvan In 'Frisco. tbe threshing machine. St. Imwrence river. Gardner's record waa one of high "Mamma! be exclaimed one day, The Peerleaa Is th third steam standing. here by tbe Cuban gov- rushing into tbe house, "there's a fire WANT ADS YIELD BIG RESULT!. bought yacht Jimmy la a good fighter, and one ernment since tbe beginning of the engine way in n big field and It's WANT ADS YIELD BIG RESULT!. who, when properly conditioned, will Insurrection, and will like, the other pumpin seeds." Judge. WANT ADS YIELD BIG RESULTS. make It Interesting for the beat. The Ixmell boy met Buddy Ryan and wrested from him the welterweight championship. Then Mike (Twin) 8ullvan happened along nnd defeated Gardnei. The Boston boy was matched with Joe Gaaa and the colored lad knocked him out la a desperate fight. Thus Cans holds both the lightweight and welterweight title. Another man who bnw put In hla claim for a mat eh la Kid Herman of p Herman posted hla forfeit Chicago long before the fight, hut It was not a 10.00(1 one. Ig a prlis fight It la not fortune to bind necessary to put up a match. Logically Herman should he given the next chance at Gana. He met and defeated the toughest men In hlw division, wnd weHe from Ganw falmseif. now stand the leading lightweight In the business. SAID TO HAVE MADE COMPLAINT AT WASHINGTON. aen-icae- s d a ' x HERCULES 1 . req-iea- - . TTer-eulen- CLARKS well-arme- d STORES HELL IS PAVED WITH GOOD INTENTIONS IS THE OLD WAY OF SAYING LIFE INSURANCE COMPANIES will happen, but the families keep Dr. Thomas' Rclectrle OH fw such emergencies. Tt subduer th pxln and heals the Acidenta One-arme- - PONT PAY d : UN-ISSU- ED POLICIES hurt. AT TEHERAN, PERSIA. First NatiSnal Council Will Ceneist of t5C Members. l'r Teheran Ha, Bept. 17. According to an nrillnsnee. 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