TUE 2 Vcu can jet 2. C. M. MORNING EXAMINER: OGDEN, UTAH, TTESDAY SALT LAKE AND STATE NEWS 1. home Made Shoes bo. BURGLARS AT WORK. Madsens LADIES 8 PILLOW Reach Heme to Find Them Ransacking the House. Lake. On. 1 the Wliilt- - Uniting 9. f Richard P. Madsen, llaal 'u South street, two burglars w- -r surprised about 7 : JO o'clock I?ki night bx .Mr. nd Mix .MaJcn, who returned to ibe.r home. Mrs Madsen's ecreeuis aUrtucd the men ami Mmishiug through a large plate glass window they leaped to the d with ground, both men were Uan lkerchtefs and alighted tin the lawn witlila tn feet of where Mrs. Madsen was standing. Jumping the fence the robbers mu east through he block. Mrs. Madia u pursued them railing for help. Mudsen hud gone to the rear of the house to gel in and telepnone the police. When he hrard his wife scream he rau to the front of the bouse, lie caught a gllinpre of the men and followed them to Seventh Nam. street. They ran north along Severn b Kii-- i to Brigham, and crossing the Mi eel. disappeared through he block. .Uadsen hi- -t iraca of them and re limed 10 his home. Mrs. Mad sen teleiihotied to the pcllri-- , and CoT SHOES The Shoe for Tender I tetj pt the Fifth Ward Store corner- - every night this week. The in the paiiy will lei! best the puuiic what the latbur ticket is. and what it means, and will wake a strong bid for vote. Like the other three parties, the Independent Labor party is getting ready for the final round, and the meetings on the streets thla week will be foduweil by a grand rally at of Labor ball next Sunday Fed-eistiu- night. JAPANESE FIRM IS COMING. 613-X- T. A. SHREEVE lr-tt-rtl- Wheeliug, Police Officers Heath . and Prii-- were ,ent tn the An entrance was gained through he pantry window In the rear of the houae. The scree u had been pried off wih a jimmy," and Ihe wtuilow raisa gold ed. The Bui glare secured watch, two pairs of opera glaives and e sr-nr- bank containing 914. Keiy room in the house was searched. The burglars worked wlih the electric lights on, going from room to room. were evidently in search of They WITH OLD HARNESS jewelry and money, (or no silverware A runaway mar caue more than In the sideboard wss disiurbed. SevSerious Injuries anil sonii-tlm- eral pbices of Jewelry were ox criook-ed- . trouble, death ii the a fill rcaiili. An old lisrneaR Is often reapmialble. but The men wtue In the front bedroom a new ha mean with weak apun In it upsialrs when Mr. aud Mrs. 3laJen '4s Jnat as hud. returned home. The elect rlc light t The kind we sell have were ou and Mr. Madsen went 10 the back while Mr. Madseu stood NO WEAK SPOTS. , 1a from of tha house. One of the worth if out Tou will get your money-men passed I he window and Mrs. ua. S .f ham km buy !u Madwn saw him. Bhc screamed for Our sow a dil res U 2'TT her husband, and thla alarmed ihe loo Are. burg lark. The men smashed Ihe front window and Jumped out. The first secCo. man struck ou histhefeet, but the ihcn ond Jumped onto pureh and to the ground in front of Mis. Madsen. The olti-- were given a of the men. a sating 8 TROUBLE ea JX. Platt Saddlery K. Bier-ac- h. mouth of the beautiful Provo canyon ibis morning, returning Jiut lu time to enjoy a simple repast before rau-uinthe noon train to Balt Lake. Mr. Littlefield was very favorably Impressed with the magnificent mountain surroundings. Senator Smoot arcom-pauifthe congressman to Salt Lake. 'J IBAILBODTO nia-Le- 2548 MADISON AVE. . BELL PHONE Catalog and Samples. by Senator Smoot, the Louse and William L. all of Ptjvo, took an automobile ride ov.er the riry and to the Hou. ELY Bait Lake, Oct. 29. Salt laike is to become the distributing poiut for the Salt Laka Capitalists Pledge 2200,000 to Cspital Stock end Company products of one of the largest and to Ee Incorporatsd at Once. manufacmost prosperous ixmeerus turing porcelain and fancy goods in Sait Lake, Oct. 22. Articles of inJapan, if the plans of K. Bamui unit Xevada Y. Kniuolo, picmbers uf the firm corporation of the 1tah and Railway company . formed to build a who arrived here eierday, arc railroad from Salt Lake to Kly, will earned cut. The officials of the company bare be filed with the county clerk today nr tomorrow. Leading capitalist a of uegotlatiouh for the eaiablish-metof an agency here through which Salt Lake are interested sad C. W. Is to be handled the entire Utah bus- Scofield Is the moting pirit. Already 2200.01)1) has been subscribed to the iness of the colic. rn. The advent of the company into capital stock of the proposed road. There is going to be speedily built Salt Lake la the 'omit of a novel idea evolvt-by K. Raann, president of the a railroad from this eity to the Deep conumny, for the handling of the Am- Creek. Aurum, if unde and Ely diserican business. One city has been trict of Nevada. The company ior ganiaed. selccied in each iate in the union a ah The road will be called The a headquarter aud distributing point for the company s products, and the and Xevada railway. A meeting of the I'tah subsrrtbera ctmipuny will hereafter deal with lu agencies in these cities ssclusively, to the capital stock of the company curt lug off shipments to the consumer. was held on Saturday last at the Walker Bro. bank. It Is the tint time such an Twu hundred thousand dollars wat has been tried in this counby 21. H. Walker. B.' F. try by n Japanese firm, bat 1 believe It will prove satisfactory," declared. Bauer, W. V. Rice, J. A. Cunningham, Mr. ltanno at the Knutsford last night. J. D. Wood, J. P. Gardner, Prank M. We can make our goods in Japnn, pty Foote. C. H. Doolittle, M. A. Daugherand the follow. duty on them to get them Into this ty and C. W. country and iuio the hands of slat Ing gentlemen were elected directors: C. W. Hcofleld, 21. H. Walker. B. P. agencies cheaper than we can make our goods here or maintain agencies Bauer, Windsor V. Rice, J. P. Gardner. here and sell direct to the small re- J. A. Cunningham. F. J. Hagenbarth. The executive board la composed of tailors or C. W. Scofield, president; F. J. Hvgen-hartvice president; A. E, Margetts, .TRIBUNE A PETTY THIEF. it op-nt-- 1900. 30, ions of dollars. The output uf Tono-amine I going lu ba iuertnuMd many tiuirh what ii ha been; a larger force uf workiueu U going to be employed : the future promiket splendidly for ihi camp. I reiterate. Tonopah Juxt entering upon it period of greatest proaperiiy. Three railroad are headed for the Bullfrog dietrict, and they are after buaine. Thla dietrict 1 referred 10 a the large mining tlutrict of the uew Nevada. Jut as noon a the railroad reaches the. camp, and hauls IB' huge mining and milling plants, there will be ready to haul ami thousands of tons of smelting grade rock, which la the aggregate will be worth into the seven figures an object legsoa to the world of the wealth of these Bullfrog mines, and uf the fact that In addition tu being a large milling camp, the mine are capable of producing very rich ore. One mile alone la this camp, the Monigomery-8hohoula preparing a shipment which will be worth anywhere up to a million of dollars. Here Is a district of vast proportions. which has mine nfie- - mine systematically and elaborately developed, with inimenes reserve of ore ahead, and which will prudure fur years and years to come. They have nut yet by iny means proved the enormous extent of this wonderful district, nor do buL few people realise the polMlitlee presented. Manhattan and Fainriew are the two next of the papula rcamps, and splendidly promising camp they are, Judging from their tremendous surface showings, and the results already in the comparatively utu!l amount of work accomplished. 1 From Correspondents and State Exchanges misses ana cnu for mop, draii again in Oguen. They are tha oid reliabies, every pair guar' ante ad, as well as the OCTOBER MORNING, It Sci-ftel- h, ecretary. Th moving atnrit in thla enterprise Ball Lake, Oct. 29. In addition to Is C. W. Scofield, and that the modern being a pally liar, aa rhararterlied by en Idea Senator George ftutliei land, the Balt generation of I'tah may get of who and what he la it I proper to Lake Tribune la a petty thief. It wraa shown some time ago that aay that he built the railroad to Bingihe Tribune waa stealing email sums ham In 1873; the Wasatch road to of money from the' city treasury by Ua Alts In 1N75; the Pleasant Valley railto Scofield after whom the town minting graft, and when the notice road 1878-79- ; was named he tarted the published In lit Tribune were checked Iron worki In In Ogden in 1878. and In the city auditor's office, the Tribune waa asked to correct some of the mad pig Iron enough In six worths ROUSING RALLY IS HELD. to last for ten years, end he charges that were made. Aa a result, crtglnstedI'tah the Itah Powder company. there was a saving to the city. The Bull Imho. Orl. I A. At a rousing ralReturning one night with his wife Kearns organ apologised, saying that ly of Ihe Independent Lalsir parly ut from the theater to the Townsend erwere clerical mistakes the merely hall last night, Federation of in the darkness they mlasod a rors. and were not made with the in- house, I he insulting charges made by J. X. tention narrow plank over n gutter and went uf the defrauding eity. d Kcarns-paJpoliSpalding and other the slush below. Friday morning the Tribune pub- Into ticians wore resented In must emphatThen he asked the city council for frann an ordinance lished granting ic terms. If. T. li. Gray. of the Sircct a franchise for gas work. The counCar Men's union, branded as an un- chise to Harry P. Clark for a right uf cil held up his petiilou, bat organized over The certain streets. pubway qualified falsehood the charge made waa paid for by the city at the old city gas company. by Hpuldlng that, the Street Car Men's lication Wheu he started the Pleaaant Valo an Inch. Tha Tribune padded much union bad gone to La bur hall in n lardy read the then superintendent 0 1 ley over until extended It the publication to see that an Independent Labor tickthe I'alon Pacific road warned him 2 24 The la set type. agate inches, et wwa put through. whole notice waa leaded so aa to make that the big company would crush him "1 brand thla statement aa au unAt that time this was neceasary. Had It he persevesed. qualified lie." said Mr. Gray. I know more space thaneet the notice been honestly, and upon city was using 7jtMH) tons of coni anthat the vote of the street car men an baneet basis, the apace would hart nually. raunnt le handled and they cannot be The first ar of the operation of inches or 12 inches less been 22 tampered with la aay way. The union than the Pleasant Valley road it sold 35,000 the Tribune has charged for. organisation Is strong, and neither reThis shameful waste of apace is a tons snd would have old much more ligious or political Interference of any money and except that it had to make n traffic kind la tolerated by the union. We clear robbery noof the city'a other reason thun to arrangement with the Itah Bjuthern, wanted lo ace a ticket lu the field be- la done for which was really a P. branch. cause we felt that It waa heat for our cheat the public. The first operation In L'fah of Mr. the these While steals, ietty making lu for the aud Intercuts, workingmen Scofield was to trolld the original smek 1 screaming at general, and any man who aaya that Tribune ter In the territory In Ophlr canyon. the Pi reel Railway Men's union waa office holders and charging them with It will be seen that Mr.'Scufleld Is petty ihetta. The paper writes charges used as a tool to park the labor meetand steals city money something of a rustler, and when he one with hnd 1 falsehood." a he knows littering ing tries, does things. with the other. e oC the traaefer service we supply our patrons. Prompt, reliable and at low coat, aay tlmo you say wall be ou your Job and handla It axpedlUoualy and & r. a ALLEN Herbert H. t'romer. another prominent labor mao. waa equally emphatic CAUGHT UNDER SAIL BOAT. lu hin denunciations of stutomenis that had been made by Spalding and Provo, Oct. 28. William M. Wilton uilicra at the recent Amerikearnn party rally at FedcratUm of Lalor and Warrcu Malbcn, both uf Provo, were hall. Injured thla afternoon JosephsG. Bywater sske on the In- In .111 accident which resulted in a dependent lailhir party'a platform, and maHlied foot for Wilson and a broken added force to the clalina of others collar hono for Malben. It appear that the tailoring men were absoluie-l- lliut Wilson went to the lake resort free from cuairol of any kind now, lo get hi nail boat, which he wished aud that they had a ticket, which they to put away fur the winter. The boat ana leaded on a flat tup wagon and would supHtrt as a unit. Mrs. Wlusell made a strong IhIL the homeward Journey started. Wiluii mid .Maibeh had not against the Amerlkearus pail). and very far when, for some un said she would suppurt the Labor ticket. In which a great many women known icmhou. the boat overturned, e of Salt Luke are lutereated oateidn Wilson and Malben and them to the ground. 2Ir. Wil-oiiof the beuefila that will iicerne to the foot waa badly niahed and working mail, flie arue from the broken lu Severn I places. Mr. Malben body of the house and nimli- her 0 berut-.-She the aiiHialncil u broken collar bone and voliuilurlly. o:her injuries. Assistance waa Kenrns out hi in ginning aijle. I Inand a physician called who party Hurry llrittou lulki-- on the wound aud relieved ihe platform and spoke of tin Hiitapimism il rented . iiff!-iiathe laboring tLat hail lieeu men by Hie Amerll.eH.rns parly. The learn beep me frighienrd aud ran away, ulrlngtnK thing for a t'biilniiiiii Dun Kit on uihle.l. utin-rsciiil in those made by distance, hut wa finally answer d a few questions which were cuught much ilmnugc had the until ik 1. He slsed been done. asked Professor P. P. Peterson mul .luhn up the situation in a few words, and ihe present Just where t'hrimi iiwn left this ninrnlnK for mid Sanpete inunty, where they will .ieiid tin- - I tinor psiiv ktaiul. on where H Manila in relation to till other the vcck. ilranuniri; uu Iiiimuc for rhe Agricultural department of the polities! l'u rile. lit Labor purl; will Hrlgnam Young university. The street hold rallies ou the CirigreaKiusn Lluleth'ld, of Mutne, TRANSFER CO. Phone 22 for yours. y pro-n'erle- d bct-mis- o pin-pin- - ren-ilcn-- il nffi-rc- d Overland Limited sonu-remai- l.i-i- l LnerltM Trait Is the World Compartment and drawing 70001 sleeping cars, observation cars, din and library ing cars, rs tears, with barber, bath and Library; entire train electric lighted, through to Chicago without charge. Direct connection for The Neat 1 luib-ien;- dow-ntow- buffet-smoki- ng Book-love- BHZHH2HHZE St. Paul and Minneapolis TVtm. foraiziwn mifir wi, .id full tzn Sr oHjined fntni Mv4 Aftni. When You Come C..A. Waikrr. I Chicago & M-Weste- 206 Smith R. m Male Strcrt. nl Lake Cltr. llak. pr ) w Across This Trade Markt in red and white on each end of a yrwm I. bTyi. hw tm cl! pawatB, ib4b mu. Ill Ui COUITIIII. dbeyrf wlft ft ma ft; r timt mndtjUn tkt faint, Fitant frfrfapmftrt Pnctfc Ue1u?y, Simk pp. imm hum Oftr WASHINGTON. D. C. T'ranrsnwt9Nisf W package containing biscuit and ' Mocuwcpawoecrcwpcp.. FRED BOWLER Viatfc 1 OGDEN 263 TIM Twenty-filt- h ' Twice baked ZWIEBACK coffee or tc. chocolate. EXCHANGE St. Csllfernla and Eastern Races. Direct Wire let Alt Spcrtlnp Event '. !W jutiily celebrated Salt Lake, Oct. 29. Fred Bowler, one of the best known characters In mining circle In th state of Nevada, arrived In the city yesterday from New York and ia registered at the to the tou. that se it may, flOO.OtK) Be Bowler Is gen- erally regarded aa one of the richest' of the recently eucceesfql Nexada mining men, and the entire absence of anything approaching a desire to aell on hla part nas strengthened the belief that the Minnie May is undoubtedly a very rich mine. LA PLATA MINE LEASED. Boston Party Will Operate in Camp Near Logan. Il-- :t 1 o 1 1 ily for 210.000. WOMAN ATTACKS MAN. ;s. -- "You dirty, Salt Lake. O'U. blsrk cur. you murdered my husband!" exclaimed .Mrs. Horace H. Vos In the police ronrr this morning, ss she made a vicious personal attack T. Pay. who Is charged wiih n in this city he murder of H. H. Vi-s- s 6 foot liuggy hip Xlulen 2 foot CarjH-nte- r riolttf Carnage A AYil-ao- lea-lin- BUTTER THIN BISCUIT A crisp, light, dessert biscuit, rich and something out of the ordinary Mti.yinjj, served If you want biscuit that is particularly nice, try a package. Hand Dniftbe IWorated Ihnner Platen X ire ClotLen Linen New York. Interesting eastern capitalist in certain Nevada Mining properties, andf in thla he woe peculiarly successful, having returned with a coumilrrion from C. 8. Seinger, Robert Purcell and others uf New York to purcleise the Jhonnle 1'ouHolidated Guld Mining company for y2.6oi).(KMi. Asked as to whether he would ever sell the Minnie May he replied emphatically, not while he snd Bob Atkinson lived. While In New York he claims to have disposed of over worth of properties held by prospectors and others In the vicinity of Johnnie. Reports of fabulous richness have from time to time reached the outside world regarding the Minnie May mine, and last night Bowler avered that he and hla partner opened a vein no the property In March last which runs ir ubber inserted, nickle tip Lead Pencil J ounce ing Xlacbiue Oil C.lock Alarm Mmenca WaU Ilowl and Pitcher Krt XI rtf Pott tf Hud Iron Hrrnb H rushes, tulid back a9B669ta266aa Nevada Mining Man Stops Over en Route From Mr. Bowler halls from Johnnie, Nevada. where he and hla partner, Bab Atkinson, own the Minnie May mine, one of the richest guld producers In a section of rich mines. Ilia luUsion in New York was for the purpose of 4r 1 Know Well Ani-aso- n as delicious with STORE 25 XXX Envelope raaBBBWBBBa t KheeU extra heavy Writing Paper IB IN BALT LAKE. Logan, Out. 29. The directors uf the La Flats kilning company decided to lease tlielr property to Mr. Heald of Boston and the papers sre now being prepared. The lease runs for two years and the owners are to receive proceed from 2U per cent of the ore ABOUT NEVADA. taken nut. Mr. Heald agrees to put four men to work November 1 and to Resources of State From Mining do continuous wotk. Standpoint and Growth Camps. H. C. Hansen la down from the that work on that and report rrolU and Lop for November will property has been suspended temporcontain an article on ihe stale of Ne- arily. vada, from which the following is an excerpt: CUSHING ENTHUSIASTIC. Tonopah, (lie dlacovery of Honest Jim Butler, and the first of the new Salt Lake. Oct. 29. H. 31. Cushing, Xevwda camps, is becoming quite traveling passenger agent, for the Denstaid, and proudly boast that her in- ver and Rio Graudc, returned this dustry h him: ling down to a substan- morning from a trip to the Bullfrog tial Unyltie- - liasls. Tonopah bus made dUtrict. Regarding tha new lout Ve- good, and has certainly set an envi- gas and Tonopah road which now runs able lead for the newer ramps. Tie to Beatty, be expressed himself to the nopah is jirsr entering upon her period effect that It is the finest new road of greatest prosperity. It Is splenhe has ever ridden over. A heavy production has been made, "and we he constructed,'' said, didly and I being mad by the mines of had no trouble In making from thirty Touopali. large dividend are being to forty miles an hour with a mixed paid by her companies. Her train. The road from the outset Is a company baa Itaelf financed a rail- winner with busines Increasing dally. ihlx and ha ihe railroad road, reputa- The officials expect to put on a double tion of puying for every fix passenger service dally shortly after So fur the production of tu.iniliK. the flrri of the tnonih, so great has niinca has consisted of smeltbeen the Increase. ore. every pound of whirh ha ing outfits To see the eleven-teabeen ahlpiied to Salt Lake City, Denacross the country out of ver or Ban Francisco. One dinky mill estringing Fatty reminded me of Leadvltle In Its wa lined by the leasers on the oxithe huspalmy day. Everybody It on dized (itirfr.re ore In the earliest day. tle there. It costs two Mt for a Now they are building huge mill shav. the best you nan do on a rot tri .uiiidle rile lower gnnle product, in a hotel for a nights lodging Is 22. and there available for theae while you cannot begin to satisfy your ore ( the value of hundred cl mil- hunger under 21.50 a meal. Rhyolltr is quite a town with 741 regiaterej voter and a population of about 2.000. nearly Is probably half the slxe. uf what It curta in the desert at lo live, the Hold Montgomery fllattv boast that It is built of lumber that cost $140 a 1.000 feet, and it Is rough lumber at that. "At the present time the-- e Is a big rush on to Oreenwater, some fifty-twmile out of Rhyolite. Automobiles can be secured to make the trip, but 4.ri0 to irsfce the round they eosi trip, while by stage the charge fit carh way. Among the freaks 3Ir. Cushing noticed at Rhyolite was a house liullll entrtely out of empty beer bottle, In fact, be ays tint beer down ihere Is about as cheap a water, for the latter cost 25 rents a gallon, and not xery good water st that. Any kind of a nrnepect hole, he says, sells read- crackers, you can rest assured that the contents are of the trv highest order-fr- esh, clean, pure and perfectly baked. The trade mark identities the products of National Hiscuit Company and ever stands M1C highest quality of hiking. For example try packages of THE NEW YORK RACKET ej 2 character Is the BARGAINS ! Crept1 v tic Rv I OC 4c 10c aBawsBaBB 10c 10c 30c swaaa 1c h' Paper President Ktitf pendero l)iets Iloyal Lantern Mitfaea full aeamlesa fart black Howe Ladies fast black aeanilean lloae Large Square Tin Dinner Bucket All tfixca Luncb Boxea , who wen la the act of being worn, evidently with the Intention of ON 10c 10c 30c GIRL IS ON TRIAL iking a seat near County Attorney initenen. A second later she attacked Day, ho was altting un the prisoner's ench. Bo sudden was the attack that rs. Vues had landed three or fonr lows on Day before the officers of lie court, including Deputy Sheriffs teel and Emery, Bailiff Hilton, could TOR KILLING HER COUSIN nch her. A down colored men and women ashed to the outside of the railing, nd for a moment It waa feared that MAN HAD MADE HER second murder would be committed MARRIED HIS MISTRESS. court i the presence of the Mrs. Voss waa forced Into a chair, nd Day, who had partly arisen from Is seat, waa forced back. Than Dasartad Hsr and In an EffM k Reconciliation la Shot Dsad. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine Tablets. Druggists refund money If It fall to cure. E. W. GROVE'S signaNew York, OcL 29. Mis Florfadi ture on each box. 25c. Illario la to be placed on trial Is Somerville, X. J., today for the murder of her oousln, Alexander Dlpala on Jnno 4 laaL DlpaJo waa a hotrl man and contractor at Raritan. H deserted hla wife and six childran to Illario, but be left elope with Mi the fill after living with her in WasTO Dlpalo retimhington for elx weeks ed to Raritan and was arrested oa a charge of desertion. Mlaa Illario also came back and waa to have been a witness against him. On June 4. Dlpalo went to Miss illario' boarding house, where hs found her alone. Jnat what led up to tle murder no one hut Miss Illario WAS AWAITING TRIAL IN THE known. She says that Dlpalo tried to TOMBS. make up with her, bat ahe tepulari him. 8h asked him tf she should kill herself and he said ye, sad haadN Friends Had Told Him of a Country- her his revolver. She kept the weapos and as she waa about to leave tbs man Who Had Been Senhouse she shot him. He dropped sa tenced to Death, the floor of the portico with a ballri In bis bead and died In the Sooenst an hour later. Mlsa War hospital New York, Oct. 29. Antonio Spin-ell- l. to the court house and sar walked 29 year old, awaiting trial in the rendered herself to the authorities. Tomb fur the murder of a fellow Tha last died nlRht. countryman, the bowels, prwnow Regulate keeper declare the man was fright- easy natural movements, cures ened to death. They sav that some Doans Regulate. Ask yssr last friends called to ace Splnelll for them. 25 mis a boa. week. Just after another Italian had druggist sentenced to die in the elecLABOR LEADERS TALK. tric chair. They told Bplnelll. about It. He became badly scared, could Are on tha Bids of Ruf Hr W think and talk of nothing else and Thay trict Attorney. began to fall. Last night the keepers found him unconscious In hi cell. He San Francisco, OcL 29. The tn died In half an hour. attogle for the position of district rney will be renewed today before PsEC S1ER TODAY nerlor Judge Thomas T. Graham, The only surface development T was a meeting nddrea4M tardily This Is tha Last Day on Which to number of labor leaders, the to Register. of whose speeches was that the tack upon the administration had Today is the last day on which Its prime object the disruption ot to register. Bee that your name 1 labor unions and that It was btotlgac un the list un October 30. If you are ed oy the citizens alliance bm J not registered you cannot vote. sympathizer. The uncovering dwmg municipal corruption they BRACELETS ALL THE RAGE. was but a pretext. The occnrren of last Friday were deplored ana Jewelers in New York Cannot Meat plea was made that the law be npoe hat ihe grafters be legally . and the Demand. ruted wlthont resort to intimidate New York, Oct. 29. Jewelry manu-'- j and perjury. Abraham Rust said last night at farturer are busy trying to fill orders would be In court tomorrow he whirh have rushed upon them to au district extent never before remembered in cltlien, an attorney and the trade. A canvas of the shops , lomey. Mr. Heney said that he wm oft" showed that with must of the plants bribe-giverather than the n"0' the demand and tbe day running night cannot he supplied. There Is a scar- takers. Superior Judge Graham rw city r.f skilled labor, and this has led plea a very Important Pl4C, to advances in wages. will com The manufacturer who have of- controversy. The matter who is to fices in tbe Malden district say squarely before him aa . that the situation In other cltiee is trict attorney. hi, It is not expected though '. similar to that here. j i Pf? M The demand for bracelets is said decision will be final. It to to be the direct cause of the strain that the case will be carried aide. Jm the courts losing by higher of the upon factories. Tbe' capacity Graham is a candidate for output of these articles Is sold te Democratic - s In on the Republican, numerically and probably Vnion Labor tickets. value 11 the others put together. The board of superiors held a cl meeting last night.- - - MISTAKEN FOR BURGLAR. THIS I SCARES DEATH 1 lx-e- n -- n re-e- ex-ce- un October II. The attack came Just at the opening of the preliminary examination of the Philadelphia. Oct. 29 Mistaken for dcfcndxnt Lay a burgsr yesterday Clayton H.French, Four vi nese had been railed from son uf Harry B. French, member of abo-i- : fory colored people who were a firm of wholesale chemists, was. four enteret room. The in tin; enur bot and probably f.ually wounded the 1ni!e corridor and were' about to by W. G. Auden reid at the Uontgom-r'- r .wrv-in MM. he when osa, dressed ,nn- near here. Bryn the black and besvlly relied, entered j 1' French had lost his key to the tel end wa endeavoring fo gain aa i rui'ig. i .r-- .i haaltid the four witness- ihroi;;h a window. j Vjh, :ruce - SHIFTING OF POLICE. New York. OcL 29. Another , P' shirt Is scheduled to occur today. time it Is to be the Inspectors are to be transferred. The rotted. and oergrants will be moved a later In the week, while tb i.OWni trelmen will he transferred the before election.