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EXAMINER: TIIE MORNING DEFEATED AFTER CAR SCRIBES SYSTEM WERE WINNERS OF TWO GAMES OUT OF THREE. OGDEN RAPID TRANSIT WANTED V THE MAGNATE. A OK ANY PACKAGE 10 pi imc atiisni as FLUORqt'ALITYAMP - ill IUA OKUtt kOhXULATIS MY 4f4v TNt'KE and CHOCOLATES COCQ AK AfAVOKlEDCED nURMflKAS i to Mi. smu orinif A TIE SAME CAXEM. IU.XNCI MMK AS AS RESII - 1TKE - DELICIOUS Thomoe ef the Won tho Gome for Shupe-Williem- e AS Lake Byatsm. CAMDIEA ROBU) FAMED quMjnraaMiiii in The Junction City Ptepcrty Wanted Connection With the Balt Team K. H. Harrimau I seeking to purof the kubatltuiiug Thomas YuicaucacAKsinu team far one of their chase the Ogden Rapid Trenail aud Norths extern sterna. This ebeenieoe. the Columbia club teem Ogden m (teiqUqnif' out of three U a report that was current last evenmanaged to carry off In busing circles and among geniee leet night In e content with ing the Scribe. Thotnni eon the game rhoee that aie In a position to know. EXAMINER TELEPHONES fur the ciparmakeni; hie ellminelioe This same report was made on the 3d from the teem eould have resulted uf this month, when the story uf the in a decisive victory fur the aepa-pe- r sale of the Itah Light and Railway EDITORIAL ROOMS men. In eurnber of pine the company's entire syatem to E. If. No. II 'Phone Independent Harrimau was announced from New No. M HcrUiee won out eaelly and Dell 'Phone, two ring York. the alley mwd eo far thin BUSINESS O'FICE The rtah Light and Railway comNe. M Independent 'Phene by No. SB The sensational feature of the game pany. which waa Jointly owned ell Phone, one ling roucerued the remarkable ending of British capitalist and the Mormon the Si'rlbe in three giiniM. Appar- church, owns the electric lighting in ently hopelessly uutclnneed In the plnuts at Rear River. Ogden audwith evt-nlaud eighth frame, they in- Big Cottonwood canyon, together variably ended with a eerie of etrlkea the street car ay item in Halt lathe that galued for them the alley score. City. The aiitnuiucetuani uf the sale tho ttf the property was made from New Tonight Clark 'a team meet York by Judge Le Urand Young, counlire. Score : Total. sel for the Utah Light and Railway Columbia- - The uuuiy friend uf Gerald Fittgw-old- . company, who announced that he dethe eon uf Thorn Ftugeiold. livered, on October I. the entire sysHe rei(rnt engineer id the tem to the New York people. In the cldc, will he eurr rto henr of the new organisation the system will be young men'e lllna. capita Used at RlO.OOO.bOu. It waa reported at the time of the closing uf A. Fred Wey, proprietor uf the the Balt Lake dual that the two OgWilson hotel at Salt Lake, ItanMd den roads, tha Ogden Rapid Trausit through Ogden en route eaat. North western, were and the Ogden sought by the agents of the Harriman Born To the wife of John O' Neill, people. n girl. Mother and child The agents of Mr. Harrimau are doing well. atlll in this neighborhood, and It I very probable that the deal will he Funeral service over the remain closed Inside of a week. The system of Mr. Kart Anderaon will be held toare owned by local capitalist headed day at 3 p. m., from the Third ward by David Ecclaa. Hemalna may be meeting house. MIDNIGHT FIRE viewed from 11 a. ra. to 1 p. in. at the home of Peter Anderson. 1787 Ulbeon avenue. Wright's Block Haa a Very Narrow I ! By eetab-llahc- d IHck Nealln of the Burlington up from Salt litke yesterday. waa Alexander Grant, manager of the (rand Opera House, returned from a luialneas trip to U Angelea. R. Myor Conroy la expected home from the eaat today. C. R. Allen of San Aalouio. Tex., la "visiting In the dly. The hnard of county comm1ionera held a abort aeaalon yesterday after-nooand paired upon a number of applications for aaeiarauce front ibe pour. Deputy State Auditor B. O. Boa la In the rlfy checking up the aooounta of the county clerk' office. AT THE GRAND. ha minstrels mattered throughout the country, HI Henry's occupies an enviable place. It la known for Its clever comedian a not lea than for Its profuse scenery artistically arranged. by Its sweet singers not lea then by It specialties. At the Grand last night the company dellghrad aa appreciative andl-enoand the variety of amusement offered In two aota by the veteran minstrels, passes muster creditably. Of the specialty work the Mantel troupe, remarkably performed by skillful manipulators la the neatest of 11 a kind ever seen on the local stage. In paniomtme, a miniature atage la set on the real stage, and on It actor, dancers and amresaea appear to perform with a naturalness that saggeata human Intelligence. The Innovation waa greeted with rounds of applsnse. Delightful mnale. usually choruses Interspersed throughout the performance, waa sung by a troupe of sweet singers. Several late tonga were given with ipetant auecea. Charley (lane and Bob Baker, chief ftin producers of the company. firmly fixed their position aa end men. While aome nf their jokee were gray with age, In the main there waa enough writ In their remarks to bring forth the coveted laugh. In the finale a reprotlucllnii of a plantation scene, with beautiful effects of cloud and water, act off the whole performance with a particular charm. e, Hannah llanann, the Mother of John and George M. llanann. 1 critically 111 at her home la Fillmore with Dr. an attack of paraljela. Mm. INSPECTOR Woollen, of pertinent. ARRIVES Agricultural Da-- in Ogden MrCardel'a faraoua chicken tamale Ur. 1). M. Woolen, a government inand chile con carne la made fresh every day. All kind of hut and cold spector of parking plants for the dernndwichea; ojaiera In any style. 3GU partment of agriculture, arrived In the city Tuesday and Immediately Twenty-AflatreeL Uxik up hla duties as chief Inapec-to- r of the Ogden Hacking and ProvisThe Plntach Gae compauy haa notified Local Manager Georgo Lunkhead, ion company's plant, on went Twenty-fostreet. Jr that the luimenie new plant at urth Dr. Woollen will have I wo msmbI-antlleaver haa been put out of commiswho will move their fhmllles to sion by a heavy storm, and iuetrucU Ing him to put hla plant In eondltlun Ogden to ninke their permanent to furnish Uie car of the various rail- home. Thu date for the starling of the road companlca with gae from the plant haa mg been decided upon, Ogden plant. but It la expected that It will he t hie On amount of the shortage of com! week. One or two trial run bate Item the achool at Went Weber was forced to clone yesterday. County Superin- made and the machinery la fouud to le In perfect shape, ruder the new tendent of Schools W. N. Prtteraon stated yesterday that there was a lim- orders from the department uf agriited supply at many of the other culture. the ssnliarv condition uf a school in the countiT. and It la quite plant tire very rigid, and an Inspeclikely that others will have tu r.luee tor I required in be present all the within a short time unless they obtain time. aome relief. h s, of Wilson hue the police atatlou last night, that he found a man by the name of the packing plant on l(ig near street. claiming to .have len held up and robbed. WIIkoii toll the police that Hoag claim to have G. C. Wilson Tn-tv-fiHirt- been robbed of description of S 19. hm tlo- - could robber. sle h no A marriage license us liKiied to .lames E. Wsdinan of Wurieu and Vida F. Fliuiie of Ueden Superintendent Manaon has left on a b'lslneari (rip to Ran Francisco. The Boothe, n arrived Usr night. rails, i George-- What's pat de mat'er Unity wld Dusty 7 He dont seem so ansioii to sleep like ho ilMd to" i sonif-nolir.d Bendy Pines him dc mind works whUi aie aeep. LArojOjtEH d Chicago fistly News. Loving Friends and Ralatives Pay Tributa of Respect. The huine at Mrs Mary H. M. Hhaw. h'll street, was filled yesterday , afternoon with sympathising friends. wls gatheied to pay trthule of respect to the memory of her mother. Mrs. Mary D. Hurchell. and to look fir the las' time upon her face in beautimortality as she reposed In nch casket. The funeral ful white service were eiHIlineneeil st 4 o'clock. Hlehoo James Tayloi of the Mound Hon ward presiding. The nuivir w.t furnished hv the ward elmlr. and Mrs. Emily Madtlock snug "Flee a a Bird." Consoling remarks wen made by Bishop Taylor. Elder .Iiwepli Harry and PatitHrch George W. tarkln. The remains will be Mldppeil In Halt take o'clock City this morning hi for burial, accompanied iiy ihe fmil and l'ndertaker Larkin Tw-elft- tn-4i- l There were no trains arriving iu the city yesterday from the east, and the probabilities are that none will arrive today. It was stated In railroad circles last night that the track In Wyoming and Nebraska, where there 1 from four to six feet, of enow oa the level, would be opened today. Already there are more than fifteen passenger t rains stalled, ten at Cheyenne, while at North Platte and Sydney, Neb., westbound train are blocked. The following account of the storm situation has been received from Wyoming: Despite Ihe efforts of the railroad companies, rraffle 1 completely tied up oa t! main line uf the lTnion Pacific. Between Cheyenne and Sidney, Neb., (he Cheyeune end northern branch of the Colorado Southern aud divielun uf the the Sterllng-CheyenSnow Burlington, are blockaded. plows were run day and night, and a large force ef ahovelerm were kept constantly at work, but the cuts filled almost os font as they were cleared. Monday's east bound Overland flyer on the Vnloa Pacific 1 tied up at Cheyenne, to gether with half a dasen passenger trains that followed It. At North Platte and Sidney the westThere bound 1rflna ore snowbound. haa beeuno suffering among the passengers aa yet fir the company haa provided food through the dining ears, eating house and lunch counter. Freight traffic haa been entirely sus- night. Yesterday opened dear, warm and calm, and the should he lifted by today. blockade Officials take a more cheerful view of the situation today than at auy time since the storm commenced last Saturday. The few reports that hate come from the range qpuntry state that while sheep aud cattle suffered some, the losses will he very ' slight. In one or two instance pnaalbly where sheep were caught In the deep snow a considerable distance from hay supplies, there will be probably light loaaew. Ranchmen are hauling are hay and cowboys and herder gathering up' the scattered flock and herds that drifted. If warm weather prevalla for two or three daya the atorm will prove of great benefit on but thk farms and to atockmen. should a culd spell act in there will Days' Tour diana. Cleaea a Three - r ; I i hs e sevi-re.- : Ki-li- Did You Know . iii-i-- 1 : g Comfort in Glasses ta g careful u Means examination f and proper adjn:-men- t of fiatre.. We chilleiigc nti one to luMke a belter job of either, and ask a chance to prove to you we ore expert optician. All Examtnatlona ore Free. J.S.Lewis&Co. Opticians J. S. LEWIS & CO. - JEWELERS i i d ! it Glasses? ihi 1 - tu - i. .' v VOTKR WHY REFUSE JURY TRIAL? Fort Wayne, Ind.. Oct. 24. W. t. to two well attended meeting here tonight. The principal meeting waa at the rink, anil Mr. Bryan Inter addressed an overflow gathering at the court house. At the rink Mr. Bryan denounced government If trial by jury la so by Injunction. aacted that It cannot be denied to the meanest thief.- why does the Republican party deny It to the laboring nun?" he asked. Dnmocrats A committee of Ohio met Mr. Bryan here tonight to escort him Into Ohio, where he begin a three days' tour tomorrow. Bry'an spoke GENERAL . whi-iew- IT In- party. After hla speech at Fort Wayne tonight, Mr. Bryan left for Ohio, where he will apeak In the Interest of the Democratic ticket of that state. luti-rmen- 111- In Bryan's present tour through Indiana waa one of the most successful In year. Mr. Bryan waa accompanied on hla trip today by bis son, W. J. Bryan. Jr., afro 1 a student at Culver I Ind. t military academy. At Delphi this afternoon Mr. Bryan made an extended talk on what ha termed the stand pat" policy off the Republican Flre-niun- spi-rch- Having closed the Curtain Pull the Party Lever bearing the name or emblem of your Tarty over to the right UNTIL THE BELL RINGS, and then let it go back. This turns down to a voting position all of tlie Pointers of the candidates of your party. See illustration below. The ringing of the Bell informs the voter that tlie Tarty Lever hat been pulled far enoqgh to unlock the Curtain Lever end engage the registering Mechanism. . Del. 14. William J. Indianapolia, Bryan closed a three daya tour of Indiana tonight, speaking at a maai meeting at Fort Wayne, Ind. According to the Democratic managers. Mr. elec-trloa- f HOW TO VOTE A STRAIGHT TICKET. BRYAN AT FORT WAYNE. the cein-iery- Rochester, N.Y. lone. be have been made for Arrangements funeral services over the remain of Metier Gibbs, who mot Ills death Sunday, while assisting n neigh bur during the severe aiorm, to move the roof of his barn, to be held Friday. afternoon at 2 o'clock, ai tha The Lynne ward meeting house eaaket will lw open this morning at PEGGY FROM PARIB." the family residence. 307 HurrisvIUe venue: also Thursday morning, One uf the announcements fur Die the hour of Id a. m. and 1 p Grand that wl'I attract genera! Inter- hi. The Five Point Volunteer In Mils ct; est among (lierer-guo- r which ihe doceaaed wna .1 and vlrlniti is the engagement .if the Mnemiier.uf will si tend the aerricea. from Pniie." musical play. "Peggy i will take place in the Ogwhich will lie here tonight. Ilf ail me den t'liy inn vice! rumertte produced in this imi-- i rnuntry none has attained iilarliv than "Peggy from I'arls." The LEAViSTHE BANK laatk and lyric are the prmlnrl nf Giurge Ade. than wliutii no Ainetiran ' George Knsuat Resigns from ths Com-UnmortM haa been mure a tiloh read mercial National Bank. ur more till thoroughly enjoyed, ami ' iiml elev-- j play i one of hln lulc'-tlccrest work. It ulionndK in wii. been Groi gc I). Knauas. who lnnr and merriment, qualities that conm-cieiwith the Commercial Naalone character! le net ihe tional Ii.iiik fur more than twelv-and dialogues f the character in hi connection with year Inn lnve.ui wlili'h the character play. that instiiii:i.n yeaterday and will i wcenea themselveH aud a!o Ihe and leave today for Nevada, where he ex-- j situation i hr, High wM'-l- i they are pi cis to engage in business with I.. H. ninvtvl. "Ieggy fruin Parin'' waa writ- j Spciicei of this city. .Mr. Kuhii-h- . dur-- I g 'lmtiie and wholesome ten o lng ihe Ui.iiiv vears lie has held a : i a mark laiiahlei It hah yued-ede- l iiuKi'iiin with tlie bank, has i in el rtrgiec. made n any Mends, who while they ietiinony of wl.leh r :t the pnii- it ha received regret seeing Mm leave exi"ml lheir e, ha been done, and the runs it n.ia hem i,. him and hi partner In li achieved In Hie Idg elite, r.n. four t hell- new eniirpilae. v mouth in Wallick' ihemer in Ml Ihe Tlemont York, five nioinli limit fiink Tl.gi pile can't lie cured. m Boston and three nnnuli theater Thuuii .i - o( utistlmiie raes have In the Siiidebakei theater in Chicago. ."ill Oin'im-nibeen by Doan' Hnee the play speni niie entire ye.ir a .nv dr-iaiore. In thee citlen and wa a pvi'nuiuice triumph in each. N'o Hiiougei ; tir NO STRIKE AT HOUSTON. iin lil lie linked of the attractive iMUe tlii-of this musical eoniedy tiian ii Were Laid Off Becauae cf rim. Only iheairie.il olTei-In- Certain Men Woi-Slackened. that :nc in rhe hi,iin iiearnanil attractive can dr.vv ihn extent of putrouage .liitelj ayn! a'l Huiismii. Tex. i lei. ill time moiiGis In New York. Itmfna Iai-iliia'.!wiii ufllrlai deny that .i . and Ctiiiac-iuuir the pnMIc has en-- . s'rlku (.f nt the Humun I Jove li and gone 0 ee tt. fur it I is pivihahle. shops grievance j only when grea hits are wwini :ha: whatever have been prem-nti-fo the s'leli lengthy eng.vgememv recordofficial to the Atlantic divisions. On ed If oilier cine have o thoroughly October I the wages of the machinists liked "Peggy fiom Parts" u Is were voluntarily raised lv the comio assume t will appeal pany at El Paso. Houston and Algler. with equal favoi in theater patrons ihe svei'agc rufae aivmit. 1J per here, fw public lame j much the cent. same, and what New Ymk. Boston and It I explained bv officials here. In Chicago approve tnay he accepted aa nnswer tn ihe statement from New Orthe tight orl for this city. The play, leans. that the trouble la caused ly however, has more than Mr. Ade'a tlie discharge, of men for serving on scintillating wit and humor o recom- grievance cnmuiltiee. that such is mend It It I decidedly Hiroug nmil-ral:no' the case, t there wa a slackenJ. A. Haynes wrote the music, ing of work and certain men were lie known to music lorcra as the laid off the regular evrvlce; th:it ai win-My composer of Birdie" end "l.il. pick up again thse men w ill lwreiiis-a'e,.f ihe uiosi poimlai Easd Lily." (n order in w.lch tin and succeful Workt e'er were lihl ..f. gri-me- U. S. Standard Voting Machine Co. the throughout FUNERAL OF Hi BER GIBBS -H, Hia Life While Aiding Hie Who Lost Neighbor. I VOTER ABOUT TO CLOSE THE CUBTAXX. pended. The storm ceased Tuesday afternoon, but the wind continued to blow Denver ftml says of the company : A mWainimer season of musical comedy opened yaeterday at the Urand, and If incrauaed attendance and mpplause are a criterion to go by, the regular patron of tho Grand welcome the change front melodrama to muriral comedy. One unacquainted, with product tons of the Weber Fields kind would think that a f IP.ihiO beauty waa specially designed o satisfy not only the lovers of music and ensemble work, hut the patrons of the play and of rh higher class caudevllle aa well, for Indeed that U what 'A 110,000 Beauty' will da Allen Curtia prang Into Dtvor it once, and Marjorie take sustained her reputation of being a clever actress and pleaMng Inger. The cast Is uniformly strong. The comedians are truly funny, and the principal ladis are clever, handsomely gowned end pretty. The chorea la exceptionally strong, good voices, and Denver ban seldom area a better trained chores. The Broilers' are a strong feature of the show, and they were repeatedly recalled lost night Until they were huable to respond front fatigue. Thd: 'Broilers' feature of the mnait'Ml comedy show la the veyy latest eastern creation In this clsws of attractions, and la entirely new: to Ilenrer. In Ihe main It consleta of a number of girls trained In dlfflfllcult ballet, chorus and single dancers. The entire chorus made a half doaen changes of costume lat night, some of them being teiy fetching. In these days of minstrelsy, when Its star la dimmed by the of that glitter which. In .former days, ahoue brilliantly in lha theatrical flrmunieat, a capable company In an rare as it ia pleasurable. There la that In a dassle of rich costumes, gorgeous scenic effect a, the crash of n well halanred hand and the singing of popular songs by a trained chorus of male voices which appeals alike to the moat fastidious taste as well as to the taste that demands whatever happens to he on the atage. Among the troupes of Move the Red Hindis uf the Curtain Lever to the right far as it will go. This will close the Curtain around you, and unlock tha inching for voting. ms Today. Bym-pathy- ." Eaeap. U. & STANDARD VOTING MACHINE. It Is Eapectad That tha Track Will Ba Opened Up for Traffic e ' HOW TO VOTE ON THE ALL UNION PACIFIC TRAINS ARE STALLED BY STORM. cau-hlea- d The atom bulldiug at present occuSons Co. waa pied by W. H. Wright almost destroyed by tiro at iSldalgbL Ism nlgbi, and but for the prompt work of the department the building would have been burned. The department was called to the building at about 1! o'clock and found llanie a shooting from the window on the aeeunil floor. The blase, which waa quickly axtlngulahed. wee found to he coming from the millinery department on the second floor. The tire waa started by an electric wire or Iron on the third floor, which eat Us way through the floor to the neat room. The damage te the property could not tie estimated. While the Ogden Are department wee mnklng a run to Wrtgbt'a building. the Salt Lake Are department waa called to the RL Orande Went-er- n roundhouse in that city and had a hard time getting control of the Are. EAST The Curtl muaioal comedy, company, under the personal direction of Allen Curtl will open a one night engagement at the Grand, prearnting "The Ten Thou Hand Dollar Beauty." which ran for 3IK nights at Weber Field' Broadway mualcal hall. New York City- - It 1 considered the best uf their productions, and is replete with the brightest of comedy scenes, t and the of music. The compeople. pany con alste of twenty-livIncluding such well knows favorite as Allen Curtis. Horry Lewi. A1 Bruce. Arthur Claiuage. Harry Wright, Fred Cutter, Ed OMalley, Marjorie Lake. Gladys Mlddieum. and the famous dancing chorus known In the east as the "Broilers." Allen Curtia. under whose personal direction the productions are staged, lias been Identified w ith Weber Fields for n number of years and ia recognised an the best Hebrew character comedian on the stage today, and will play the role made famous by David Warfield. Here Is a partial list of the musical numbeis to be heard, which la a treat Get to all lovers at good music: He's Me Happy. Rufus Kaslua, Pal." Can't You Bee I'm Lonely. The Leader of the German Band," The Old Black Crow," Billy," SexTommy Moonlight," tette," Walts Me Around Again, Willie The Quod Old U. A. A. Let Me Be You Smile," Bo Long. Mary," Pink, Hanky Poo, Give My Regards to Broad wo)." In addition to this big production moving pictures showing the latest productions will be Introduced. together with Ilium rated songs by Miss Marjorie Lake, the phenomenal girl baritone. Here's wht the eoa-no- n. - Teach Yourself How to Vote FROM THE TQ GRAND SATURDAY. COMING, Shupe-WHJla- tu A telegrain received from Dr. Conroy state that be experts to return today or tomurrow. sad ter perrons. utMioriU. 1- NO TRAINS In "Ptjft from Parle'' Mr. Mr. Rayoe farmed s happy coniMnsilon In Pr(P' from Haris." Witty and laughter creating scenes and incidents beat lime In unconscious rhythm and sends audlencea from the theater whistling and humming the alia. Rollicking f:n run awifily into merry melody, and the duiicdlana and comedienne break into Infectious sung, to which a farluUug cIhiiu slogs and dance iu accompaniment. Indeed, the chore effects in "Peggy from Pari" are especially striking, and have won general admiration. all "Peggy from Hart'' caubinea that I best in musical comedy and is presented by a company of recognised talent. The aceneiy and costumes ere uf rare beauty and in every respect the musical ploy le calculated to delight even the most exacting of thea- melodies Ad OtTOBER 15. MORNING, The qualiry wf these composiiUms will Insure bright, swinging captivating COLUMBIANS HARRIMAN skkatybe UTAH TIICKPDAY OGDEN, FORSYTH DEAD. as Chief of Stiff Under Gan. Sheridan. Served Ohio, Oct. 24. Jamea 8. A., Forsyth, major general retired, died at hi home here toof paralysis. The funeral. night which will be j rlvate, will he held Friday afternoon and interment will lie made In Greenlawn cemetery. General Forwyili had a distinguished military career. He was born In Ohio seventy two years ago and graduated Columbus, W. from We i Point In 186. He served on McClelland's staff during the and Maryland rampaigna nf the Civil war taler he wa chief of Niaff in General Sheridan. Fur gallantry a: the battle of hewa breveted a major. Afier the Civil war General Forsyth ditiug:iiwhcd hlmwnlf In the frontier rcrvirr. Aa colonel of the Seventh ravelrv he woe ordered again! the Indian at Pine Ridge. Dakota, In lSn. when the Ghost Dance craxu wa started. In he conflict which ensued almost, ihe entire hand of Inw- He was prodian wiped oni. moted to brigadier general hv Hrcal-deCleveland; was appointed major general by President McKinley. In 1P7. when he retired n'LUXG A PARTY LEVIR. The turned down Ppinten indicate the names of the Candida lea for whom the vote will be cast Leave tlie Pointers aa they are (down in a voting position). Move the Red Handle df the Curtain Lever to tlie left as far aa it will go. This will count your vote, open the Curtain, and set the machine for the next voter. CAUTION. Before moving the Curtain Lever back to the left, be sure that a Pointer is turned to Yes or No for every question on which you wish to vote, and that a Pointer points to tlie name of every candidate you wish to vote for. HOW TO VOTE A SPLIT TICKET. Having closed the Curtain Iull the Party Lever bearing the name or embtem of your Party over to the right UNTIL THE BKI.L KINGS, and (hen let it go back. This turns down to a voting position all of the Pointers of the candidates of your party. Turn back (up) the Pointer from over tlie name of tha candidate you wish to cub See illustration below. T'i: ' 1 fTTo tbrxuP'rii j 6 rr-.- . : "i.VOra i'nv Pen-liihii- a TRANS-ALASK- VOTFR BEGIMMIxa TO SPLIT ON TREASURER, g C And then turn down a Pointer over the name of any Candidate you wish to vote for for the same office. See illustration below. TTT , u 'li y ) hv ssjW W r SIBERIAN a X. J.. Oct. 24. The Siberian Railway company, with a capital of SMOC.nffo. was Incorporated here today. The inmrp-jra-torare Loicq De Loliel. Paris. France: J A. Waddell. Kansas City: John Healy. Hen-le- : Vn. H. Black, Jersey City, gud John R. Turner, New Tren-on- . Trana-Alask- York. EXPORT PROHIBITED. Yekaterinburg. Province of Perm. KuRsIa, Oc 24. On account of the increexe in the price of flour, due to the famine in the adjoining province, the grjverr.it nf Perm ha prohibited i be expo-nf flour from titia - VOTER COMPLEmrO SPLIT OR TREASURER, S a. Be sure to complete each Split before making another. Aftrr the vote is arranged, move the Red Handle ef the 'Curtain I .ever to the left aa far aa-f- t will go. This will conr.t one vote for every candidate that has a Pointer left down orer his name.