Woodland Daily Democrat, October 9, 1908

Woodland Daily Democrat

October 09, 1908

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Woodland Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - October 9, 1908, Woodland, California 7. ' v I :v| -■_________ \    "*    B    ^    I    ■    1    '''* 1 . v > ■>. WEEKLY ESTABLISHED WOODLAND. CALIFORNIA. FRIDAY EVENING. OCTOBER 9. 1908. REPUBLICANS | ■ HOLD RALLY A CARNIVAL | I OF ATHLETICS IN CAMP AT ATASCADERO NOTES OF THE I HIGH SCHOOL THE FARMERS’ I INSTITUTE Snail AttiMtaci Md Bit Little Foothill and Basketball Setal-I mini ii Ii ii ie    lied    tor    Saturday Members et Conpaey F Well Md Enthusiastic The Frasbnae Glass Nov Leads Ie Mteidiiee Mr. Hart gfFolished Speaker But Dr. I Tifton Representing Woodland tad Oieriag of Xaryland is a    Sacramento    HUrh    Schools    art Frost    I    To    Bs    Contestants Plenty cf Hard Work as Well aaOp-portnnity for Bccroation and Intertalnment ^TS^RopubllSS^okMhel^penin^l The outlook is for fine weather on I    AT    A3CADBRO,    August    7. mooting of the campaign in new arm- Saturday, the day when the friends of    Bd. “Democrat": Well, here we are ory hall Thursday evening and the    the Woodland high school    will have    in camp, but we    have not been here most optimistic member of the party    an opportunity to witness a    carnival of    long enough to get a real taste of mill- will hardly go on record with the opln- athletic events, Is good.    tary life. No doubt we will know Ion that It was a success. It was a dis-1 The Sacramento high school basket- more about it before the week Is over. tinct disappointment from any point ball and football teams will arrive on Company P arrived Tuesday morn-of view. There was a fair-sized crowd    the moring train, and will    be accourt-    ing and at once    established camp on la tho galleries but not to exceed two    panted by a large number    of friends! the hills south of    the old camp ground! hundred tm the floor of the hall. H The stage presented a very attract-1 Iva appearance. The decorations were more elaborate and better arranged than those at the Phelan meeting on | Tu sad ay. Some enthusiastic Republican womep are entitled to credit for The Woodland band occupied the swinging band stand and rendered a number of splendid selections at Intervals during the evening. It had previously played on Main street while the audience was gathering. HL H. Archer, chairman of the Republican county central committee, milled the meeting to order and introduced City Trustee Cureon as chairman. Major Cureon made a brief but felicitous Introductory address, after which he read a list of twenty-eight v1 co-presidents. Of this number, nine took their seats on the Mage, while the hand was playing a medley of national aln. Dr. Glaring was the first speaker. If ha came all the way from Maryland to make speeches for the Republican ticket he la wasting a vast j Douglas Irwin, amount of energy and the committee burning some money. He Ie rambling Manager Team. In a surprisingly short time every thing was In fairly good order. The trip down was uneventful except that Corporal Eddie Smith became so interested, perhaps fascinated would be the better word, arith what ha saw in Oakland that he suffered a lapse of memory and It was necessary to form a detail to restore him to the company. However, he was rescued from his fair admirers without any serious results. We have lead about the slow trains in Arkansas but I am sure they would pale Into insignificance lf compared with a S. P. “special” or excursion train. A mud turtle or a cricket could make erne of them look like an ox team. Altogether, we were on the road •about twenty houra The experience was so out of the ordinary and the soldier boys were so exhilarated with the prospects ahead that most of them were wide awake all the way down and the few who wanted to sleep were denied the privilege. There was uo abatement of the enthusiasm on the arrival, the tents were Sacramento I quickly pitched and a model camp established. It may seem out of place for me to The Various Athletic Aaaoctitlona ort Making Active Preparations for tbs Bf eoi The freshman clam Is the largest In the high school history and has the beet record for attendance so far. For four weeks ending on the 2d of October the record was 98.9 per cent The records of the other dames are: Sen tors, 98.8; Juniors, 98.2; and the sophomores, 98.2. Students have already handed In number of stories and articles for publication in the Thanksgiving number of Orange and White. Editor-In-Chief J. L. Simpson has secured the services of a cartoonist who promises to be a clever artist. He ie a fresh man and his name Ie Howard Gook. Hit first work la very promising. Business Manager Schindler and hit assistants have been soliciting among business men for advertising patronage and they are well pleased with the generous responses. The advertising patronage Is likely to be very good and all the revenue will be devoted to Im proving the standard of the high school paper. and Incoherent and often obscures his and sympathizers wbo will be equipped ?row a“y bouquet* but I think it Is mMatec by the UM of the wrong word. to make a lol of and do all they    J®    *Lyr '!lf ,h°" Tho Call and the Fresno Republican can cheer their favorites on to vie- way down Company b earned the rep- recently reproduced paragraphs frora| speeches made by George Knight and Torn Dotier with the evident intention of showing how what sometimes passes no oratory looks In cold type. Some of Hr. Glaring's mixed metaphors woald he quite an addition to that collection. In one of hie pictures of the prosperity! tory. utation of being in the front rank for The football team will meet on the I •,«el«cy and alto for decorum, gridiron In th. afternoon, and will .Thy newryrulU In th. eaynny nm line un as follows'    doing splendidly. In battalion drill Sacramento—Harvey or King. «n-1 W^*d»y morning all of them made ter; Jenkins or Putman, left guard; a 8"owl“*' Zlmmermacher or C. Gray, right I guard; Swanson, left tackle; Irwin, I Tue***3r •▼cuing I went over to Eighth that has prevailed under Republican Tjjj.e ’tackle* Valentine left end* Gay’I lalkntnr. (J. 8. A., and watched the roto ha paid a glowing tribute to “the fijj ?nd; RJvMt. qu^er^ck?    guard mounL They ar# a Wne ,ot of ewes!.tinging echo of the mpslc of the bard ((.aptaln), left half; Filbert, full- pleat"    *    hack* Johnson right half    | °* * more soldierly or impressive bear- He admitted that Mr^Bryan    h/Woodland—Hart sock, center; "Bua- !^    “be honest men but charged him    Brownt    left guard; ‘Tub” Cottrell,* hynoUring the American people He rlght guard; Rodney Hill left tackle; Later In the evening many of the said ha Ic a fascinating orator, hot can "Major” Perinton right tackle* Clay member* of Company F went over to ”*ab^22r^roublMiMe^nlnute^ha^ gmith. left end: “Hector" Pierce*. H»ht hh^^^^^^enu^in<MlBtcne<Mo all th* prise fighters and bulldogs ln|a’d'r” 'g'tlrlinK Peart Quarterback; IRome meaWmtt ringing. There la a America. As he furnished no die- yin^b KJnchelo* left half* Jesse Single- *>lano there tor the UBe of the men gram we don’t pretend to grasp the ton    waiter    Smith, full-1 PleDty °* books and magarinee full nytng or the aptneee of the U- bac,k. Raymond’Hoey, Darrell Raggle*    J1*!^ lustration.    and    Philip    Laugenour,    substitutes. boards and other opportunities for Urn WH the audience of the In-1 ,n a,, .vening. In Dem armory ball.    aBd .. Kuai..tht. 11 ....... .Ill mM»i    Th. I    rate Hutching, raved the honor of the sldloue effects of a woman and some ^ basketball teams will meet The. capttallau In EhiglondI toi Influence the UBa.up tba    wlll    be:    Haael    rompany beaUng th. champion checker election by the contribution of money Hodge Virginia Clowe and Leis Hoi- Ptayw* fro® two other champions. to the Bryan campaign fund.    llngsworth guards; Hasel Eddy, Alice The number who congregate In these He celled to mind the fart that dor- J L^hold iud Ha^l Ogden, inters;    that    the    JLT In* th# Cleveland adminstration Of- olady,    edith    Mitchell    end    Mn#    c    ,"•    *    Popular    reaort. teen banks tailed and hard times pre- clover forwards    While    there    I    met    some    of    the    men veiled, but In referring to the tact that all the banka were closed for weeks during the Roosevelt administration he designated It as **a very peculiar condition,” and not as ”a holiday” which Governor Gillett called IL He declared that unless Mr. Taft Is elected there wlll be a revolution this country, end in deploring the po*-1 u'rKed' 'to^buy'ticketsl® ^ nihility of the election of Mr. Bryan^S_^J^^^^^S comforted himself with the renectionflfTSJJJJS^^^^SJSJfJP tha^jth^moneye^ntereste of this DAIKjUbT ID HUHUH The line-up of the Sacramento team Paring the Arizona National hnH tint vet been received    Guard and if they are fair represents- After the game a reception and tive8 llie *our companies, Ari-dance wlll be beld In the hall. Miwlc *«•>» baa a guod reaaon to be proud of will be fumlahed by the Woodland ber eoldler hoy# There are alco gand    guardsmen from New Mexico anti Colo- The public la cordially invited, and ra“°* the friends of the school are earnestly! °ne of u‘® mo,t interesting sights SiCMi AbmaI SrniM oo Stat! i SohIid Mi 6oiip if Mr Fin at Bivis I Kim PNpk. Ab laureating Three Bays’ Profits Mal Oauip af IxUroit la I ta Which Many DistinfniaheA    Wha    BwaU    Im or Star tha Man Will OantribaU    I    City    af    WaaAamd. The second annual State Farmers’ Institute met on the state farm at Davis, on Thursday, for a session of three days. The program la a long and interesting one and several able and distinguished men will make speeches or contribute papers. The proceedings are so voluminous that none but the very best equipped newspaper offices can handle them. For Instance, three | or four of the speeches made or papers read on the first day of the session would fill all the newt columns of the ’’Democrat,” and any synopsis of them would fall far short of doing them justice. There was a very large attendance on the first day. The Institute was called to order by Prof. E. J. Wick-eon, dean of the agricultural college, who gave a brief history of the operations on the aute farm and outlined the purposes of those In charge. Prof. Leroy Anderson, after extending a hearty welcome, made an an- [ nouncement in relation to the classes already enrolled and the course of I study. ’’Buster” Brown, track manager, ha* received a challenge for a track meet with the Sutter City team to be held before Christmas. The challenge was accompanied by the promise of a return meet in Woodland some time In February. Manager Brown cannot ess his way clear at present to accept the challenge. Will Fiske and George Adams came over from Esparto Thursday to arrange for a football game between Woodland and Esparto teams. The Esparto boys have Incurred an expense of 9120. They hope to pull off a game here where there is a chance for a good gate, and to divide the receipts. Adams, who was a member of the local team, Is now playing quarterback for Esparto. Wlll Flske, of Woodland ’06 class, Ie the Esparto coach. The Esparto team wants to become a member of the 8. V. I. A. L. At the meeting of the representatives of the 8. V. I. A. L. an effort will be made to Increase the membership. If Lodi and Stockton can be Induced to join, the league will be vastly strength ened. An effort may. also be made to consolidate the 8. V. I. A. L. and the N. C. H. 8. A. L. If that tails they may be organized separately as sub-leagues. and the winners In each to coma together for the final championship game Thera Is some talk of organising boys’ basketball team. A Sacramento team won the championship last year because no other school bad a hoys' Alfred Murray, one of the 24 boys on Stanford rubbing tables, seems car- country will not permit After appealing to the audience to I stand with him “on the 2d of November, the second Tuesday of November,” and reading an extract from one of Bismarck’^ speeches, be subsided. Then Mr. Hart was introduced. He| asked soma men who were standing In the doorways to come forward and take seats; “it may look more Uke a •crowd.” Dr. Glaring tried to help things out by remarking: “Come along, boys, and take a seat on the mourners’ bench; don’t be ashamed.” Mr. Hart is a polished speaker, but he was handicapped by coming on after Dr. Glaring had the audience going. Mr. Hart mad# a plea with the restless crowd to stay and hear him out. promising not to speak king. He paid a tribute to California and California women. He discussed the tariff, the bank deposit guaranty and the labor question, and closed with a statement of what the Republican party has done during the lari twelve years. We will make editorial comment an his argument In this issue if wa can make room, and if not certainly in Saturday's paper. Upon the conclusion of Mr. Hart’s speech there were cheers for the ticket and th# audience quickly dispersed. OF DIRECTOR CURTISS i Connu bed on Fourth Pana) ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ Director C. F. Curtiss of the lows Agricultural College who is one of the Instructors of the Blate Farmer* Institute now in session at Davis, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. T. B Gibson during his brief stay iu this state. Mr. Curtiss Is at the state farm today hut will return to Woodland with Mr, and Mrs. Gibsou this evening. He wiH be the guest of the Chamber of Commerce at a banquet to be served at the Byrns hotel this evening. ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ RSG IS TER TOUCHED CASTORIA The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears tha signature of ChaaH Fletcher. In nae tar over thirty years, sod Dr. Thomas’ Select rte Oil is the beet remedy for that often fatal disease— mmB ling bosn used with success in mr Cantily ter eight years Mrs L. MHI#SMM York. Kramer’s cash register was “touched" Thursday night for about five dollars in loose change. The loss was discovered this morning, immediately alter Mr. Kramer’s cigar store was opened. The thief gained entrance through a rear window. Before closing up Thursday evening Mr. Kramer removed a sack from the register containing about 918. Wednesday morning was the maoeu vers of the mule battery. These batteries are made up of small machine guns which in a rough country can be transported on the backs of mules. They are said to be very effective. The bugle Is blowing for mess and Chief Cook Burke and his assistant, George Dtnadale, insist on punctuality at meals so I must lay this letter aside temporarily and complete It this afternoon. We have two drills dally, one beginning at 8 a. rn. and continuing for not less than two hours. The other begins at I, p. rn. and continues not less than two and a half hours. Wednesday afternoon we had instructions in guard duty and were out from I to 4:15. We inarrhed six or seven miles in that time. Our Instructor was s first-lieutenuut from the Eighth Infantry regulars. He complimented us very highly on our efficiency. / It is guard-mounting time now and about half a dozen banda are making the welkin ring. AU the boys are well and enthusiastic. A few copies of the “Democrat*’ would be welcomed.    A.    B. wesmmssmm rn rn For real bargain* in shoes go to Grab, 681 Main street    jySltfd H. D. Porter went to Berkeley thin morning. Earl Lindsay returned to Arbuckle this morning. Mra F. J. Parker went to Arbuckle this morning. D. A. Jackson went to Sacramento this morning. W. A. Anderson went to Sacramento this morning. B. 8. J. Hiatt returned to Sutter county today. Joe Baird returned to Knights Landing this morning. W. O. Russsll returned to Davis Thursday afternoon. J. A. Dougins went to Sacramento Thursday afternoon. Mra Wm. mer* went to Sacramento Thursday afternoon. George Ormy was a south-bound passenger this morning. C. H. Rupert wee an arrival from the north this morning. R. L. Ogden came down from Dunn! fan Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mra Al Bemmerly went to There ere IS_Ukln« the ebon couree gu.nmento thl, mornlI1(. Mra J. T. Bernard returned to Don nlgan Thursday evening. Miss Fish of Knights Landing was (Continues on Fourth Page.) of dairying and butter making. On Monday next there will be a class of 40 to take a short course )n the study    _ of poultry end generel agriculture^ In-1 .n'^rrtv'.rThuredVefternoii eluding a number of women. On Octo-1 ber 22d, a abort course in the study at animal industry will be opened and Immediately after the election In November there will be a short course In horticulture and viticulture. In January the school will be ready to receive students for the full course in academic studies. In addition to these resident rill dents there will be classes of juniors and seniors from Berkeley who will come to the school to take the final course to prepare them to become ex perts in their professions. It Ie also the intention to establish UMM af Im rn Urn tafMtMM ISM    Vt Wm aal **«• I rn We VOag. JgGrain and vineyard land $fce 50-cent column. flowing to the counter there will bs no dane* at Court street [pavilion this evening. . Harvey HkHeson, who was Injured / , in a runaway accident ahunt Ova ^ weeks ago, Is abt* to bs aronad again. T. M. Hicklln brought his brother. J. R. Hicklln, home from Richardson springs Thursday afternoon. Tis latter is sorely afflicted Witt rheumatism. Members of the First Clrlsttan church ars asked to most Benday. October lith, to ratify the settee jot tbs “Official Board” In selertlng a minister. The ladles of the Christian church erin serve a fried shicksa sad hot Me-cult dinner In the parlors of the church from 6 to 7 p. rn. Friday, October 9th. Admission 86 cents.    Oft' While Roy Hlllhoaa* was la Darts Thursday he met Howard Marshall, a former resident of Woodland. Ha was en route to his home in Pittsburg. Pennsylvania, after a visit with relatives In thla state. District Attorney Anderson went to Washington this morning to tavesti-I gate the charge of rape pretanred against a man named Davenport. The 15-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mra McManus ie the romptalnlng — ; "I a class In household sciences In a short I time lf the ntammry appropriation Ie! made. This course will be tor the girls alone. Oso. W. Pierce also delivered an earn est address of welcome. F. H. Babb, Hon. J. I. McConnell and others made reepooaea. The speech of Mr. McConnell was an able one and was highly complimented. President Wheeler made a strong appeal to the farmers to support the university farm and emphasised the need of a forestry department. In lotion to the seven experiment stat ions he Bald they are hampered In their work by lack of aufflcent appropriations. Judge Peter J. Shields made an eloquent speech on the necessity for higher education In educational matters, which aroused great enthusiasm Director C. F. Curtiss of the Iowa Agricultural College spoke very highly of the future of California as sn agricultural and horticultural state, and said that the «un I varsity farm wlll be overcrowded with students before It la as fully equipped as those behind the enterprise hope to make IL Director E. J. Wlckson. college of (Continued on rourtn Page.) Fall Suits and Coats FN UdbgNl UMI Some very remsrlishte values. Here Is a specimen value tilt will prove two things lo your outlie suite-faction. The Trade Palace’* mussHeut Judgment in selecting style* and ability to bring the prices down In the lowest value. There to realty only one ssusfhlu way to buy wearing appere! pay more attention to wilt yea gat than what you pay. Basil tkk ha tha state of your mind, you’ll find this store your star* v The Suits $12.50 to $36.00 The Coats $ 3.50 to $25.00 AN INNOVATION Small women rises. They are oak to con form to the figure of young ladle* aud amal! women. Tin Trull Palm YOU KNOW FRIXX BOYS’ EXTRA GOOD CLOTHES FALL SUITS Now Here Lvpr jtuortmat, Nim Sty* lim film FOR SCHOOL WEAR con-'iis Cheap Lur those that won t pay hr \roc d, Schillings B :st for those who won’t Ivt* poor. WOOD FOR BALE. 87.00 per cord delivered in Wood lend or 86 on the ground at the Roee-berry ranch. Second growth river oak. 14 Inches, drug riot* Your grot i i returns >«*ur mosey ii iou Cost Mw ii: law n< '-u - The City Laundry eau* for sod delivers laundry. Leave orders si the Leave orders st Leithold’*} Ariel candy store, telephone IOO!, or with J. A. Wend. agent    <f There are a lot of clothes for boys made nowadays that we wouldn’t care to sell—know they would nsver please you; that you wouldn’t get your money’s worth. These suits are in the latest colorings and etylee, such as gray, olive, tao and checks, and famy mixtures, ae well aa blue serge. Prices from 83.00 to 810,00 Waists For Boys We have a complete line of Mother’s Friend Shirt Waists in all colors, from 60 cents to $1.26 Rosenberg & Co. This being our first year la READY TO WEAR 8UITS. we have made an especial endeavor to procure only the best that the Resters market afforda The style* ar* right up to snuff, the quality of ma* teriai used the beet. and ae a starter we * have, made the price* lower than we can ever mil ouch suits for again, merely to introduce the Department to our patrons. YOUR INSPECTION ta earnestly solicited, and the tames ta th* Department will take a apert a1 delight la showing you the many mm models Our large assortment of coats for Fall is now inspecf staidly on hand TWO EXPERT FITTERS open tor your inspection. We hare con- armenia purchased from us will bf ALL garments pu ALTERED TO FIT FREE OF ANY CHARGE. Ste Window Display. i ii The Vogue” Tlw House et Quality. * I n ;