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   Woodland Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - October 9, 1908, Woodland, California                                I ii lit Rift i WEEKLY ESTABLISHED WOODLAND CALIFORNIA FRIDAY EVENING OCTOBER 9 1908 DAILY ESTABLISHED REPUBLICANS HOLD RALLY Small Attendance and But Little Enthusiasm Mr Hurt alPoliihed Speaker But Dr Qiering of Maryland is a Proit A CARNIVAL OF ATHLETICS Football and Basketball Sched uled tor Saturday Bepresenting Woodland and Sacramento Hieh Schools are To Be Contestants IN CAMP AT ATASCADERO NOTES OF THE HIGH SCHOOL Members of Company F Weil and Enthusiastic Plenty of Hard Work ai Well as Op portunity for Recreation and Entertainment The Republicans held their opening oieeting of the campaign in new arm ory hall Thursday evening and the most optimistic member of the party hardly go on record with the opin ion that it was a success It was a tinct disappointment from any point of viewThere waa a fairsized crowfl in but not to exceed two hundred on the floor ot the hall The stage presented a very attract ive appcaraice The decorations were moreelaborate and better arranged than those at the Phelan meeting on Tuesday Somo enthusiastic Republi can women are entitled to credit for Wat Woodland band occupied the swinging band stand and rendered a number of splendid selections at in tervals during the evening It had previously played on Maln street while the audience was gathering EH Archer chairman of the He publican county central committee called the meeting to order and intro City Trustee Curson aa chair man Major Curson made a brief but felicitous introductory address after which he road a list bf twentyeight Of this number nine took their seats on the stage while the hand was playing a medley of national airs Dr Glering was the first speaker he came all the way from Mary land to make speeches for the Repub lican ticket he is wasting a vast amount of energy and the committee burning some money He is rambling and Incoherent and often obscures his meaning by the use of the wrong word The Fresno Republican recently reproduced paragraphs from speeches made by George Knight and Tom Ttozler with the evident Intention of showing how what sometimes passes as oratory looks in cold type Some of Dr Gierings mixed metaphors would he quite an addition to that collection In one of MB pictures of the prosperity that has prevailed under Republican rule he paid n glowing tribute to the sweet singing echo of tbe music of the He admitted that Mr Bryan ia an honest man but charged him with hynotiilng the American people He said he is a fascinating orator but can make more trouble in ten minutesthan all the prize fighters and bulldogs in America As he furnished no dia gram we dont pretend to grasp the full meaning or the aptness ot the il lustration warned the audience of the In sidious effects of a woman and some capitalists in England to influence the election by the contribution of money to the Bryan campaign fund He called to mind the fact that dur ing the Cleveland administration fif teen banks failed and hard times pre vailed but in referring to the fact that all the banks were closed for weeks during the Roosevelt adminis tration he designated it as a very pe culiar condition and not as a holi day which Governor Gillett called it He declaredthat unless Mr Taft is elected therewill be a revolution in this country and In deploring the pos sibility of the election of Mr Bryan Comforted himself with the reflection that the moneyed Interests of this will not permit It After appealing to tho audience to stand with him on the 2d of Novem ber the second Tuesday of November and reading an extract from one of speeches he subsided Then Mr Hart was Introduced He some men who were standing In the doorways to come forward and take seats it niay look more like a Dr Glering tried to help things out by remarking Come along boys and take a seat on the mourners beach dont be ashamed Mr Hart Is a polished speaker but he was handicapped by coming on after Dr Giering had the audience go lng Mr Hart made a plea with the restless crowd to stay and hear him out promising not to speak ong He 3aid a tribute to California and Cali fornia 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 last twelve years We will make editorialcom ment on his argument In this issue if we can make room and 11 not certain ly In Saturdays paper Upon the conclusion of Mr Harts speech there were cheera for the ticket and the audience quickly dispersed The outlook is for fine weather on Saturday the day when the friends of the Woodland ulgb school will have an opportunity to witness a carnival of athletic events is good The Sacramento high school basket ball and football teams will arrive on the moring train and will be accom large number of friends Douglas Invin Manager Sacramento and sympathizers who will be equipped ATASOADERO August 7 Ed Well here we are in camp but we have not been here long enough to get a real taste ot mili tary life No doubt we will know more about it before the week Is over Company F arrived Tuesdaymorn Ing and at once established camp on the hills south of the old camp ground in a surprisingly short time every thing was in fairly good order The trip down was uneventful ex cept that Corporal Eddie Smith be came so interested perhaps fascinated would be the better word with what he 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 read about the slow trains in Arkansas but I am sure they woulc pale into insignificance if comparei wSth a S 1J special or excursion train A mud turtle or a cricket could make one of them look like an on team Altogether we were on the road twenty hours The experience was so out of the or dinary and the soldier boys were BO exhilarated with aheac that most of them were wide awake a the way down and the few who wantec to sleep were denied the privilege There was no abatement of the enthu siasm on the arrival the tents were quickly pitched and a model camp es tablished It may seem out of place for me to throw any bouquets but I think it Is to make a Ipt of noise and do they due l hone to tnat on tin can to cneev their favorites on to vie way down Company F earned the rep utatlon of being in the front rank foi tory Tlie football team will meet on the for decorum gridiron in the afternoon and line up as follows or King cen ter Jenkins or Putman left guard Zlmmermacher or C Gray right guard Swanson left tackle Irwin right tackle Valentine left end Gay right end Rivett quarterback Lum baitl left half Filbert full bjck Johnson right half center Bus r Brown left guard Tub Cottrell right guard Rodney Hill left tackle Mayor Purinton right tackle Clay Smith left end Hector Pierce right end Stirling Peart quarterback Zacn Klncheloei left half Jesse Single ton right half Walter Smith full back Raymond Hoey Darrell Ruggles and Philip Laugenour substitutes In tho evening in new armory hall the basketball teams will meet The lineup ot the locu1 team will be Hazel Hodgei Virginia Clowe and Lela Hol llngswovth guards Hazel Eddy Alice Lelthold and Hazel Ogden centers Gladys Lowe Edith Mitchell and Edna Clover forwards The lineup ot the Sacramento team has not yet been received After the game a reception and dance will be held In the hall Music by toe Woodland will be furnished Band The public Is cordially invited and the friends of the school are earnestly urged to buy tickets BANQUET IN HONOR OF DIRECTOR CURTISS CASTORIA Kind You Have Always Bought Betn of Cha3HnetcbeT Ia tar tmt thirty and Thomas Eclectric Oil is tho best tot that often fatal disease Baa been oxd with in femur ymra Bultob York Director O F GurtlBs ot the Iowa Agricultural College who is one of the instructors of the State Farmers Institute now In session at Davis Is the guest of Mr and Mrs T B Gibson during his brief stay In this state Mr Curtlss Is at the state farm todaybut will return to Woodland with Mr and Mrs GIbsou this evening He will be the gutst of the Chamber of Commerce at a ban quet to be served at the Byrns hotel this evening REGISTER TOUCHED The new recruits in the company are doing splendidly In battalion dril Wednesday morning all of them madi a good showing After the establishment of cam Tuesday evening I went over to Eightl Infantry 1JS A and watched th guard mount They are a fine lot o men and if there are any regiment of a more soldierly or impressive bear ing anywhere in the world 1 would ik to see them Later in the evening many of th members of Company F went over t the Y M C A tents and listened some excellent singing There Is nlano there for the use of the men and plenty of books and magazines There are also checker and ches boards and other opportunities fo amusement and entertainment Pr Hutchlngs saved the honor of th company beating the champion checke players from two other champions The number who congregate in thes tents seem to indicate that the Y C A quarters are a popular resort While there I met some of the me comprising the Arizona Natlona Guard and If they are fair representa lives of the other four companies Ar zona lias a good reason to be prond her soldier boys There are als guardsmen from New Mexico and Colo rado One of the most interesting sigh Wednesday morning was the manei vers of the mule battery These ba teries are made up of small machin guns which in a rough country be transported on the backs of mule They are saitl to be very effective The bugle is blowing for mess an Chief Cook Burke nnd his assistant George Dinsdale Insist on punctuality at meals so I must lay this letter aside temporarily and complete It this after noon We have two drills dally one begin ning at 8 o m and not less than two hours The other begins at 1 p m and continues not less than two and a half hours Wednesday afternoon hnd in structions In guard duty and were out from 1 to We marched six or seven miles In that time Our instruct or was a firstlieutenant from the Eighth Infantry regulars He compli mented us very highly on our effi ciency It Is guardmounting time now and about half a dozen bands are making the welkin ring All the are well Tind enthusi astic A few copies of would be welcomed A B Andy Kramers cash register was touched Thursday night for about five dollars in loose change The loss was discovered fhls morning Immedi ately after Mr Kramers cigar store was opened The thief gained entrance through a rear window Before closing np Thursday evening Mr Kramer re moved a sack from tbe register con taining about 115 WOOD FOR 1700 per cord delivered in Wood land or tS on ground at tbe Rose berry ranch Second growth river oak 14 Inches at druc THE FARMERS INSTITUTE lie Freshman Hass Now Leads in Attendance he Various Athletic Association are Making Active Preparation for the Seaion The freshman class is the largest in he high school history and has tht est record for attendance so far For our weeks ending on the 2d of Oeto er the record was 989 per cent The ecords of the other classes are Sen ors 983 juniors 982 and the sopho nores 982 Students have already handed in a umber of stories and articles for pub ication in the Thanksgiving number of Orange and White EditorinChief J Simpson has secured tho services ot cartoonist who promises to be a lever artist He ia a freshman and His first Business lanager Schindler and his assistants lave been soliciting among business men for advertising patronage am they are well pleased with the gener OHS responses The advertising pat ronage is likely to be very good and all the revenue will be devoted to Im proving the standard of the high school paper his name is Howard Cook vork is very promising PERSONAL AND SOCIAL NOTES Second Annual Session on State Farm at Davis An Interesting Three Days Program to Which Many Dittiogniihed Men Will Contribute Homings and 6oings of Well Known People Jooial Oouin of Interest to ThoM Who Dwell in or Hear the City of Woodland Buster Brown track manager has eceived a challenge for a track meet with the Sutler City team to be held before Christmas The challenge was accompanied by the promise of a re urn meet in Woodland some time in February Manager Brown cannot see his way clear at present to accept the challenge Will Piske and George Adams came over from Esparto Thursday to ar for a football game between Woodland and Esparto teams The Esparto boys have incurred an expense of They hope to pull off a game Here where there is a chance for a good gate and to divide the receipts Ad ams who was a member of the Iocs eam Is now playing quarterback for Ksparto Will Fiske of Woodland 06 class is the Esparto coach The Es parto team wants to become a member of the S V I A L At the meeting of the representatives of the S V I A U an effort will be mafle to Increase the membership If Lodl and Stockton can be Induced to join the league will be vastly strength ened An effort be made to consolidate the S V IA U and the N C H S A L If that falls they may be organized separately as sub leagues and the winners in each to come together for the final champion ship game There Is some talk of organizing a boys basketball team A Sacramento team won the championship last year because no other school had a boys team Alfred Murray one of the 24 boys on Stanford rubbing tables seems cer Contiuupcl on Fourth Paxe iiiiin iiiimttiiHi For real bargains In shoes go to Groh 621 Main street Jy31tfdw The second cnnual State Farmers Institute met on the state farm at Davis on Thursday for a session ot three days Tho program is a long nnd Interesting one and several able and distinguished mea will make speeches or contribute papers The proceedings are so voluminous that uone but the vory 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 111 all the news columns ot the Democrat and any synopsis of them would fall for short of doing them justice There was n very large attendance on the first day The institute wns called to order by Prof E J Wick son dean of the agricultural college who gave a brief history of the opera tions on the stale farm and outlined the purposes of those In charge Prof Leroy Anderson after extend ing a hearty welcome made an an nouncement in relation to the classes already enrolled and the course of study There aro 26 taking tho short course of dairying and butter making On Monday next there will be a class of 40 to take a short course In Hie study of poultry juvii general agriculture in cluding a number of women On Octo ber 22d a short course in the study of animal Industry will be opened and immediately after tlio election In No vember 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 stu 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 is also the intention to establish a class In household sciences in a short time If the necessary appropriation Is njade This course will be for the girls alone v Geo W Pierce also delivered an earn est address oft welcome F H Babb Hon J I McConnell and others made responses The speech of Mr McConnell was an able one and waa highly complimented President Wheeler made a strong appeal to the farmers to support the university farm and emphasized the need of a forestry department In re lation to tho seven experiment stations he said they are hampered In their work by lack ot aufficcnt appropria tions Judge Peter J Shields made an elo quent speech on the necessity for higher education In educational mat ters which aroused great enthusiasm Director C P Curtiss of the Iowa Agricultural College spoke very highly of the future of California as an agri cultural and horticultural slate nnd said that farm will be overcrowded with Ettidenfs before it is as fully equipped as those behind the enterprise hope to make it Director B J Wickson college of H D Porter went to Berkeley this morning Earl Ijlndsay returned to Arbuckle this morning Mrs F J Parker went to Arbuckle this morning D A Jackson went to Sacrameuto this morning W A Anderson went to Sacramento this morning B S J Hlatt returned to Sutler county today Joe Balrd returned to Knights Land ing this morning W O Russell returned to Davis Thursday afternoon J A Douglas wsnt to Sacramento Thursday afternoon Mrs Eiers went to Sacramenti Thursday afternoon George Gray was a southbound pas senger this morning C H Ruport was an arrival from the north this morning R U Ogden came down from Dunnl gan Thursday afternoon Mr and Mrs A Bemmerly went to Sacrameuto this morning Mrs 3 T Bernard returned to Dun nigan Thursday evening Miss Fish of Knlghta Landing was an arrival Thursday afternoon LOCAL ITEMS BRIEFLY TOLD Occurrences M Ml literal Woodland People of Hun or Packed XTp Here ui There on tie Ucmtinuea on Fourth fage Grain and vineyard land for sals See 50cent column Owing to the counter attractions there will be no dance at Court afreet pavilion this evening Harvey Hldleson who was injured in a runaway accident about five weeks ago ia able to bo around again T M Hicklin brought his brother J B Hicklin home from Blchardson springs Thursday afternoon The lat ter la sorely afflicted with rheumatism Members of First Christian church are ashed to meet Sunday Oc tober llth to ratify the actionof tie Official Board In selecting a min ister The ladles of the Christian church will serve a fried chicken and hot bis cuit dinner In the parlors of the church from to 7 p ni Friday October 9th Admission 35 cents oc9 While Roy Hlllhoiise waa in Davis Thursday he met Howard Marshall a former resident of Woodland He was en route to his home In Ptttsburg Pennsylvania after a visit with rela tives In this state District Attorney Anderson went to Washington this morning to Investi gate the charge of rape preferred ngftlnst a man named Davenport The IByearold daughter of Mr and Mrs McMamis Is the complaining witness Continued on Fourtn Page Fall Suits and Coats COFFEE Cheap for those that wont pay for fjood SchiK lings Jkst for those who wont linve poor Yoor Ktftttr returns your iroucy if you dobI U il v The City iJiunrtry calls lor and de laundry at ArM candy tore telephone 1001 or with jr AWood acenl If BOYS EXTRA GOOD CLOTHES FOB SCHOOL WEAR There are a lot of clothes for boys made nowadays that we wouldnt care to they would nsver please you that you wouldnt get your moneys worth These suits are In the latest colorings and styles such as gray olive tan and checks and fancy mixtures as well as blue serge Prices from to Waists For Boys We have a complete line of Mothers Friend Shirt Waists In all colors from 50 cents to Rosenberg Co See Window Display For Udiesjand Misses Some very remarkable values Here Is a specimen value that will prove two things to your entire satis faction Tho Trade Palaces excellent Judgment in selecting styles and abil ity to bring the prices down to the lowest value There is really only one sensible wny to buy wearing1 more attention to what you get than what you pay Should this be tbe stale ot your mind youll find tils store your store The Suits to The Coats 350 to AN INNOVATION Small women sizes They are cot to conform to tne figure ot younc ladies and small women Ttte Trade Palace YOU KNOW FRED FALL SUITS Now Here Larger Assortment Newer Styles Lower Prices 3 This being our first year In READY TO WEAR SUITS hive S made an especial endeavor to procure only the best that the Eastern 2 market affords The styles are right up to snuff the quality of ma S terial used the best and as a 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