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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 4 November 1903

VOL.8, NO. 11. ' ROANOKK. VA.. \V I)NESI)AY ; VIRGINIA HAS pfTTi rn nrm tlILtu ULdi Gets.$540,000 in State Bonds ' ' FROM U.S. GOVERNMENT ^. ; : Richmond, Va.. Nov. 4.?Second Auditor John G. Ddw has received from th?? nHnttr fnr / laipii?ini?>-. t.u. - IWU%IUU um auu UBI report for the fiscal year ending September 30. 1903. and It is a most Interesting document Jiulge-i^ew In this l?aper makes the official announcement that the accounts bet ween the state and the Ignited States' government upon a basis which left a balance due the Termer o- $5.50, which has been paid. The matter Involved $504,000 of Virginia bonds, which, together with In Is test, amounted to nearly. $2,000,000. which nniount was claimed (by the United States government as a debt agfinst. th** state. In regard to this set? HemeiiL. Judge Pew tutyi: "It htfd lmg been contended by the United States government officials that these bond*, with accrued Interest, nggregai-in? an amount greatly In excess of that...

Publication Title: Evening News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 4 November 1903

IPBLEGAR, BOWMAN I ANIL COLEMAN m Lead Local Democratic Ticket to Victory With Overwhelming Majority. p ALL OVER THE STATE The Vote Was Light?The Antijr Democrats Gained in the GenC' ' cral Assembly ? Gty and *7-7" County Vote in Full. The lection yesterday was not char* . acterlsed by any great degree of excitement and througnout the duy, although tfee workers for the respective r ?r k A-lret Ward . ^ 7\r Second Ward U: Third Ward , Fourth Ward g Fifth WaTd . Totals -11 THE) VOTE FOR THE l^EOISLATl Jprag-A? follows; a. W WW H4IM... Kv South Salem *?..... North Salem .......... Care Spring ...... 7 rr. F^Bolllna *. li Glenrar TT.~r.7T.. y. Vinton ,... f, Norwich k'* Kddlngton Shop Belli Store Bon iack Total! ... \ The Roanoke county officers elected |? at yeiterday'B election are as follows: Suae, treasurer; Kline, oommonL wealth's attorney; Zirkle, sheriff; HP-,-. ? ROANOKfe CPU wt'lr fc: I 'll| * * . s i ? gfo , - I ri . South Salem 144 144 155 129 1 f. Wait Salem 63 67 68 70 Nort...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 4 November 1903

** II Prevention is Better Than Cure hi?view of?the geaion of sudden r changes, it will pay you to get a bottle of our ?GOUGHSYRUP Made of pure HorehoumLwlld Cherry, Pine Tar. Glycerine and Ammonia. The best syrup made for Coughs, Colds, Asthma. Cramp, Bronchitis, Whooping Cough, and all Throat and Lung Die* eases. It contains no morphine or chloroform. The best known remedy for small children. Perfectly reliable. Don't fall to get a bottle and try it. Largo-Bottle for 25 cents. SOLD ONLY BY McGee's Pharmacy. PRESCRIPTION DRUOOI8T. Corner Campbell .avenue and Henry 9L Night Clerk over store. here entails no more work than takln? It elsewhere, bat the res alts are entirely different The laundering win he perfect end many trips to oar tab - ?<n m >k? Radford Steam Laundry thing* are cleansed as they are at home, but by experienced workers who hare every modern convenience at hand. But yon needn't bring the things here. We'll send for them. WON INSTANT SUCCESS. Th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 4 November 1903

K Ernbi Ins; I IF HOAN0MD.VA. HtetlteM arary <Ujr except SuiMlAy, | TBS ROANOKE NEWS OOM PANY. BATES DAILY: I Qu mr.. 13.00 Thra* mantra .71 tea month 25 BMte* copy 01 DOTH PHONES. r tealaaas Offioe 147 L HMorlal Booms 124 | IMlrered by carriers In 101 paru ot tha city. y?:?Bmt, iitwy letters from onsr??. * attendants art solicited; but no attenI tfoa ?IH be siren to anonymous ownraMBfaaitens. Every article of whatI. lOSWi kind that is not accompanied f by the name of a responsible person 5? 'MC necseaarily for publication) will be r. tostroyad. WEATHER REPORT. r -For Virginia: Fair Wednesday and > Thursday; light variable winds. * J ?! * THE locai. election. The result of yesterday's election, in ; so far as it affected this city and Ro* anoke county, is highly gratifying. While the vote cast was not as large aa it should have been, yet considi ering the fact that the opposition Sh? rw>mnmI(> n.>^lnwt u.-w tli mf . time conside...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 4 November 1903

ywMwwmmwwwt BOY rjvmm|| I 14 U 15 YEARS OLD, | I NOT AFRAID OF WORK I . i- AND WITH GOOD RE- I I FERENCES. ~ | _ .1 APPLY AT ONCE TO | I ROANOKE MUSIC CO. 1 - I ? - C. T. JENNINGS, Mgr. I ? No. 22 Stlwn Avenue, West. ? PR1NCEESS DEMANDS $7,000,000. Ixmdon, Nov. 3.?Princess Radziwill today issued a writ demanding $7,000,000 from Ixjnl Rceenbefy, Earl Grey and Messrs. Alfred Belt, Dr. Jameson, L. I*. Mitchell and B. A. Mawktdey, trustees of the estate of the late Cecil Rhodes, under an agreement alleged to have been made on or about June 20. 1X04. between herself and Mr. Rhodes. Jhls is a sequel to the arrest and imnilsonment of the nrinces* at Cape Town in 1902 on the charge of forging Rhodes' signature to bills fcr several thousands of pounds. The case, which doubtless will prove sensational. Is expected t > lead to r.iany "xpusures. The friends of Princess Rnbaiwill shy she poapcsn * documents of high politrcaT TifiTR)r;unce, wKTch were supprcsse?l during the jrtai nt ca...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 4 November 1903

I An Exceptioi Br to Purcha p Mercantile f P> , Located in a thriving t ^ being a County seat, an : within 1J to 5 miles of ? supplies the country-tra ? grttuuiit&iii/ nai&Oj ivui at present there is a rac works and electric ligl store building, 48 by 1 storage purposes, 46 b> the second floor are livi rent for $50 per month, for $30, and owner occ on rear of lot. These 000.00, but, is offered f< goods, at $IO|OOC estimated at from $1( was carefully bought b; buyer, is offered for sal located on a corner, an THIS IS AN 0?\ man only once in a lil Ik have been in bus i f. h?v t-ucceeded aid nm m r\su business at prn a1!). With a live hu-t in ceased t?? *40,0 4) Oil Terms on this pr?>| E* one aud i *u years, at b j K'" security, or possibly be If interested comn ^ information. IP YOUWANT TO BIT THE REAL ESTATE LI E: OUR BUSINESS. We have Special b City property, a summt ties, coal properties and Chas. M.i 213 Jeffen RO...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 4 November 1903

? TWO LITT1 Two little elves assisted a poor she during the night. The shoemaker sat Uf when they came he found they had nc them llttlo raps, jackets, trousers and st little pair of shoes and left tnem on the overjoyed and danced and sang: ? "What spruce and di No longer Gobblers we * And the shc^niaker always prospered. Wiere are the ANSWER TO YEST Right slflo down unit Nelson Ha I **The L Convenience, Cle< Brilliar The Electric Light is do?bt at ail about it's being t Tumbling in the nark for mate! turn the key, it's dark. Simp ? i . _ i . I FOREST! Wiring Yc I W. E.WOL joa a ; ; coat?. Yon'll know what th \ | when you see the coats. Th< *; them in a class of their own. ) * and tailor has brought out th< ;; wanting in ordinary coats?1 ; ; the kind you find in every st< :: to $25.00 - . . j: AIRHEART KIRK i; ; 102 SALEM AVENUE. ONE PRICE CLOTH|KRS. F1 ; ; , v INTERSTATE P VISIT OU AND LET US S UNIVERSAL B Which mixes and kneadi The proces...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 4 November 1903

I The Lucky Care Mrs. Nc of Chamblissburg, she sent No. 889 ir [ ? ^cr ka* or W. L. SHI EwrttttiL.tsKrsc w l_ , SEWING MAC OBiAnlJ t Af J, 1 FOR I Jennings W ASTRAY A dehorned, pale red cow. gl milk. "Left home on October Finder please notify T. S. Wright, ancke, Va. P Salesmen's A ro/%j T.et i mes OVERTAXE^iby lng to candle and match DARK OG and from many other causes. It m NO DIFFERENCE what the cane it should RE REMOVED AT OI We' have an EASY and ACCUR METHOD by which to determine condition of the EYES of old cr y<: ANY AGE. Don't let the TEAC1 think vc. tr child la DULL IN SCH when It it only DEFECTIVE KYI ?- CONSULT I DR. MOORE, ? Eve Snecialiat 2QU Salem Ave (1st Floor) ROANOKE. VA. H-riir*.' ltl A M to 4 .10 P M Hp Hours by appointment. PORTLAN | CEMENT <r*r*r * \ " 1 - ?e r? :?i? I HAVE A LARGE SUPPLY KL - CEMENT. CONSISTING OF 1 ENGLISH, GERMAN AND AM CAN HRANDS. pv\. <r?r?r ' f < Will Make a Special1! Price on this Ceme - to Make...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 5 November 1903

? glje Btocninij 3k etojs. % VOL. s, NO. 12. - ROANOKE, VA., THURSDAY EVENING NOVEMBER 5, 1903. PRICE?ONE CENT/|9 ? _ .. * _____ i CHASE N1 FROIV Placards Posted" Warning Them MUST LEAVE Action Grows Out of the Murder of Chief of Police at Morgan Park?The Negroes Are Obeying the Order. i Chicago. -Nov. 5.?Excitement prevails among the negroes of Morgan. Park as the result of tire p stltig of placard* throughout the town giving notl?e to all colored persons that they wlirtie allowed forty-eight hours in which to have the town. S?v-?r.!! (amilies have already left. taxing. wm:i tnem waatrver goo<I? they coil 13'^.' \i lictnly carry and It Is said that iihc .will follow their example, The nrdei leave is the outcome of the "mti.ver of Chief of Police Airey Saturda. night by Mack Wiley, who. with several others of his colored frlenl$. war cut on a Hallowe'en spree. IRISH COLONY TOR FLORIDA. New York. Nov. 5.?An effort is *be, ing made here by Father P. J. Lynch, for many years...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 5 November 1903

STOVES^ ? jy.t? SHEPHERD I SIX KILLED; I: JTEN INJURED By Explosion of Unijpd States Naval Arsenal, Iona Island, New York. Iona fsfcnrd. N. Y., Nov. 4.?Six men were k..le*l and ten slightly .injured this afternoon by an expirsim nt-theUnited States naval arsenal, one of the iargesi ma;pizine? in me i nueu naies. r~~?*?Whlch-ln lmated )k>i'. The explosion occurred while men were drawing the explosive charges from a consignment of old shells re- i cently sent here from the battleship Bp Massachusetts. ?p ? Three massive shell-.houses were completely destroyed, and a rain of fragments of projectiles of ali sizes was scattered In every direction, fe. The-force of the explosion, or series of explosions, broke windows ax Peaks Kill, three miles below on the opposite llde of the Hudson, and the detonation . was heard for many miles. Adjacent buildings, including two store houses for fixed ammunition, were riddled with the fragments and "the quarters of the eleven marines composi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 5 November 1903

it i ? Prevention is Better Than Cure In rtrw of the season of sudden changes, it will pay you to get a bottle of our COUGH SYRUP - Made of pure Horehound. Wild Cherry, fine Tar, Ulycenne ana Ammonia, me best syrup -mad? tor Coughs, ColdB, Asthma. Cramp, Bronchitis. Whooping Cough, and all Throat and-Lung Diseases. it contains no morphine or chloroform. The best known remedy for small children. Perfectly reliable. Don't fail to get a bottle and try if!"~ Large Bottle tor 25 cents. SOLD ONLY BY McGee's Pharmacy, PRESCRIPTION DRUGGIST. Corner Campbell avenue and Henry 9L Night Clerk over store. *1 ? -?THE SHST" here entails no mors work than takln< It elsewhere, hut the results are entirely different The laundering will he perfect and many trips to odr tub will not rain the fabrics. At the Radford Steam Laundry things are cleansed as they are at home, but by experienced workers who hare every modern convenience I r. At hand. But you needn't bring the things - ' here. We'll ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 5 November 1903

BOASOK*. YA. I Vtobllahad erery day except Sunday, SHE ROANOKE NEWS COMPANY. R'*" ? * RATES DAILY: & Oa? year '..... $3.00 : Eta mootA? 1.50 ODe month .25 0M copy 01 BOTH PHONES. pv ** Pwiaess Office 141 Bditori&l Hootn* 124 I Delivered by carriers in all paru of the city. Short, newsy letters from correspondents are solicited; but no attention will be given to anonymous com gunicatlsas.?Every art It le of wlinl- . sower kind that is not accompanied, j by the name ~of*a resfxmsible pdfftQtT; 'not necessarily for publication) win b?."| lesteoyed. ? , -? WEATHER REPORT. Fcr Virginia* Rain Thursday. Brisk j southweHt shifting to cooler northwest winds. Friday fair. THE APPALACHIAN PARK BILL. One of the most important malters? affecting the southern states likely to l>e presented at the approaching session of congrpss Is the bill having in lew a national appropriation for the purpose of crhating an Appalachian h- ? park reserve*. "The reasons for the p...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 5 November 1903

: aaBB9E9SBB-S9 I J Y O Uj ? Don't have to reach to ? ' ? " high to touch the r 8 I / PRICES I 8 ^7 ' "" AND I / L TERMS I ' ? OF OUR 0 1PIANOS 1 AN0 I TlORGANS Others have found it out: at <f ? wet I as the advantages of ? @ our easy payment system 8 0 with no notes to sign. In- g w vwaiy?tv ivi jwuiicn. g Factory Branch House. I ROANOKE MUSIC CO. | g _ C. T. 1EWNIH6S, Mar. 1 0 No. 22 Salem Avenue, West, g VIOLET HAT ON CPFFIN. Undertaker Made a Mistake With Flower Covered Headpiece. Chicago, Nov. 5.?A woman In Ohi engo, the wife of a young minister, has always?had a liking for hnM of the . flower-bed variety. At present she owns a "drean>:! that is covered with violets. The young wife wore the hat recently to a funeral at which her Itushand officiated. Going into the room which contained the oi ffin she removed the hat end IiI.ufcI It on a .csnd The sa?l-fa<e.i undertaker came In a few minutes Inter to arrange the "floral tokens" on the cofhn. Afte...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 5 November 1903

i An Exceptioi P; to Purcha: 1 Mercantile " ? Located in a thriving t< being a County seat, an within 14 to 5 miles of supplies the country tra< It granolithic walks, four < at present there is a mo * works and electiic ligh f store building, 48 by 1 storage purposes, 40 by the 6econd floor are livii rent for $50 per month, for $30, and owner occt on rear of lot. These I 000.00, but is offered fc goods, at $10,000 estimated at from $10 ^ was carefully bought bj | buyer; is offered for salt located on a corner, ant THIS IS AN OPP man only once in a 1 if? hav* been in business f.i have succeeded au<l m .t] 1.\ cash business at pre* ad ,. With a live hu-t! im*i eased t?? $4?hOcO 00 Terms on this proji nnf nnii t jvo vhan At. 0 i f~~ security, or possibly bel If interested comm information. IF YOU WANT TO Bin THE REAL ESTATE LII OUR BUSINESS. We have Special bi City property, a summei ties, coal properties and I Chas. M./ 213 Jeffers 1 ROANOKI...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 5 November 1903

KF MEREST* A king placed a p:>or miller's fooautifu and promised to make her queen if she st fail she was to die." A little man appearet give to him her first'child. She promised. "When he demanded her first child he agret might save h?r child. She learned his nt the little man flew into a rage and destro Find the poor Miller. ANSWER TO YESTER! 1?l.cf; sld-* down, at shoi 2?In proj.vr ixjsition.at s ' . 1 ; coat". ^ ou'll know what this ; 3 when you see the coats. There J 3 them in a class of their own. T1 31 and tailor has brought out the j 3 3 wanting iD ordinary coats?tha 3 3 the kind you find in every store 3 3 to $25.00 I AIRHEARTKIRK I o 102 SALEM AVENUE. < * ONE PRICE CLOTHIERS. FUR] ' ? INTERSTATE PHO VISIT OUH AND LET U8 Sh I UNIVERSAL BR Whifch mixes and kneads b The process is entirely San touch the dough. You sin icnis as directed (Booklet ( handle THREE MINUTh ready to raise. It raises ir is kae ded the e<ec nd time ftta~ftUnreV &amp...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 5 November 1903

[DO YOU WE MIL Well call and see SI in in oq Campbell av H. Heironimua-A: C< Heie you will find t Millinerv line. We ? -* make anything in th | W. L-- SHI WHEELER & W E SEWING MAC \ ' . Httlfiliaiu*, .T ? pv . FOR f Jennings W- \STU\ V ft v A dehorned, pale rod cow, gl - milk. Def: home on October Flndfr please notify T. S. Wright, ancke, Va. . Salesmen's Arc sometimes OVERTAXED by TV?I "lug to handle ami match DAnK QO antl from many other causes. It m no difference what the cans gy - " it Should hp: removed at o> We have an KA8Y and ACCUR, METHOD by which to determine condition of tlw EYES of old pr yo g ANY .\GE. Don't let the TEACi think your . hlld Is DULL IN SCH< when ): if only DKFFJCTIVE EYE CONSULT DR. MOORE, Eye Specialist, 20V<? Salem Ave. P . (1st Floor) HI1ANQKE VA. Hours by appointment. IPORTLAN I CEMENT % . . A ? ! ? *? ?C * I HAVE A LARGE SUPPLY CEMENT. CONSISTING OF F E* ' ; EN C.LI Si I, GERMAN AND AM &...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 6 November 1903

VOL. 8, NO. 13. _ ROANOKE, VA., FRIDAY EYEING ' MAY lit DILAT WAYNESBORO Liquid Bubbling Out of River LKtAlfcl) EXCITEMENT Staunton. Va.. Ncv. ?It was rtimorfd bete Wednesday iliat oil had been seen bubbling out of the river at WayV sboro. Your correspondent went down to Investigate and. through the courtee^ of J.,F. Templet n. was driven to the point of Interest. Just above the city the river Is dammed tc get water power. This darn Is built mostly on solid rock, but near the Waynesboro side Is a deep deposit of sand, and heic It Is that the oil can plainly be e?en bubbling up. This point is the lowest in tha. section, nud therefore it is considered natural that oil houitt exist there. All the experts btve agreed that' the presence of the liaeiai rocks apd sand are" indicative of the existence of ell and gas In that bction.: While many wore discouraged by not Ifcding gas where the company drilled | _VU<V uuic n|tu, uirir ttl V lllUHf* wno haw never lost faith jnd who now ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 6 November 1903

W INTERESTING I DEVELOPMENTS gy1 As to Methods of Con* ressional Procedure of Cuban Reciprocity Treaty. Washington. Nov. T. Thore wo:** Mimn Iiwrrrsuing tli volopm??nlb Trnigy f to mvtho.l of rongrrissional proft- . ort!nr? > ti th* Cuban reciprocity trf-utv Tfcai tr?at\ was amended by adding th?' ?'i:> f>n until the same shall iia? Im-cu uppnr.'-.l : \ tjie .rngress." I has I? '? n jgcne.rally supposed that a. joint resolution. t o bill approving th?? treaty. SSLottld N .1 1 that was necessary. liVjT" mmlx-i.-'nf the house ami some senators till - . a a entirely different \ivw. They soy C.Jt a iiill must be passed r?'dnrinj; ti < d-uty on the product* of Cuba, a't I t'ha. cvf-ry provision affectIs inp: rivric.- intT?t !> .ua<tod in rli?- ! ? slntf n Representative Tawn?>. of Minnesota. wh ? va? leader of tin* Hcpubli-. ran minor,that opposed the ic.iprocity bill in th?* last ninprss. >.iid ?? Wt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 6 November 1903

' ' 'revention is Better Than Cure In view of the season of sudden langes, it will pay you to get a bcttls Lour **iiaii aiimm UUliliH oTHUr ad? of pur? Horehound, "Wild Cherry, ne Tar, Qlycerine and Ammonia The t* syrup made for Coughs. Colds, ithma, Cramp, Bronchitis, Whooping >ugh, and all Throat and Lung DLsaes. It contain? no morphine or lorcform. The best known remedy r small childten. Perfectly reliable, m't fall to get a bottle and try It. Large Bottle for 25 cents. SOLD ONLY BY NIcGee's Pharmacy, PRESCRIPTION DRUGGIST, rner Campbell avenue and Henry St *lght Clerk over store. tobbikg^THESHSJ^ It ilNvteri, but tii? rMulU art My different The lAudfftng win perfect and many tripe to our tub net ruts the fabrics. At the adford Steam Laundry iga are cleansed as the? are at M, but by experienced workers i hare every modern oonvenlenoe land. at you needn't bring the tningn l Well send for them. .NEW GOODS, he Ponpd Store Is now showing an silent and choice line of Dress ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 6 November 1903

Proi Mi Havi Published every day except Suudi THE RQANOKB NEfrS COM PAS p- - " P zi*. RATES DAILY: K- One yvar $3 Bix monthj 1 Three menthfTV. r. .7 . ~ One mouth One copy DOTH PHONES. Ouniness Office 1 Bditonal Hot ! - : it. - SMiveriil .by carriers in all parts the ily. Short, newsy letter? from rtrrr ?r? apefideii'r- ?>n ?*i>1 <>.-ir I iu.i_ n<> ntt? tion will be given To anonrmons cot :ts. "" Kvery article of aha soever"kin(i that is it .i a'compani ^ ? toy i he t^inte of a responsible pero jr. 'not neeessarily for publication) will "Vest r< ve ). # : WEATHER REPORT. For Virginia: Colder and .-leant 3? " Friday. Saturday fair with ristt ~ tempera: tire. Jirisk n?'t" a to m r ! El west winds. = Jilt IIANNA AND THE PRESIDENT Had Mr. Raima been an avowed ca: didalc for nomination at the hands the Republican party, -the result Tuesday 's < lections might reasohali - " ? iv/11 *?i mi- orn-f*iut; i...

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