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   Anaconda Standard (Newspaper) - November 3, 1912, Anaconda, Montana                                THE ANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 3. 1912 HUMES NOW PLACED ADERSHIP PEOPLE MAY SEE HOW THE HEAI, THING I.OOIvS. DEMOCRATS IN LAST PLACE llepnfcllcans on top tlie'liaH niooHCr. next nml come In Rborc the anbmlttcd. Sample votlrfg machines that have been In tho different party headquar- ters in Butte were supplied yesterday With tho names tho candidates in the order in which they will appear on the regular machines on Tuesday next. And maybe the machines didn't become the popular attraction at once. Men crowded around them rows deep and those afar back waited those In front to get out of the way so they couM. see also. The arrangement gave voters tho chance to see where the different parties wero located as to position and where the candidates ot the different parties wore arranged. Briefly stated, there are 48 candi- dates In each political party row. As there are tour parties, that means nearly 200 names on the bo exact, 192. Then, m the place nfeant for such things, six measures will be voted on, one referendum and rtve initiatives, also two bonding prop- ositions, one county and one state, bo the intelligent voter is going to have the time ot his life getting through in tiie given two minutes unless he votes a straight ticket tor candidates anil knows Jurt what ho wants on the other things. Ordinarily the party in power likes the top row on the voting machines, from some supposed advantage of position. Experience has shown that candidates occupying that position have been defeated. This time the democrats, who have control of the election machines and the arrangement of things, have placed themselves at the bottom. The republicans will come at the top row.. The progressives will have the second row. Then comes the third row, which is a long strip of white with the exception of one Inde- pendent candidate for justice of the neace Party lines are then resumed, with 'the socialists In tho next, or fourth, row and .the democrats on the last or flCth, row. Starting from left right, the can- didates will be on the different four rows in the following order: Four presidential electors, preferential can- didate for 'Jnlted States senator, two representatives in congress, governor lieutenant governor, associate justice supreme court, secretary of state, at- torney general, slate -treasurer state auditor superintendent of public in Ktruction. railroad commissioner, 1 legislators, three judges, sheriff, treas urer, county attorney, six-year com mlssioner, short-term commissioner clerk of the court, clerk and recorder county assessor, county auditor, coun ty superintendent of schools, coroner, public administrator, county surveyor, two justices' ot the peace and two constables. On the. referendum and initiative measures the-voter will, have to keep his mind on his numbers, absolutely. According to law, the questions are put up by numbers to each question. The first Is the referen- dum on the military bill, 300 and 301. Next is the initiative for direct pri- maries, 302 and 303. Then Is the Initia- tive for limiting candidates' expendi- tures, 304 and 305. The next Is the one to instruct members of the legis- lature to vote for the popular choice regardless ot party. It Is numbered 306 and 307. The last of the initiative measures is that for a popular ex- pression for candidates for president and vice president. It is numbered 303 and 309. In each case the voter will have to keep In mind the numbers on the different propositions. If ha wishes vote Jn favor he will move the little lever to the left; if he Is opposed he will move it to the right. On the extreme right of the machine are two bonding questions. The first in order in that to bond the county of Silver Bow for J260.000 in order to furnish the new courthouse and jail. The other is the question of having the state issue bonds for J533.000 In order to purchase the insane asylum property at Warm Springs. There is no doubt that the sample machines will be studied closely every day and night up to the time of clec- Roll Seat Rocker Rocker No. is like the picture. It is built of poldeii finish- ed oak and highly pol- ished. The back, has cross panels of fancy shape and tho seat is wide and roll finish. Worth S3, tor. Leather Seat Rocker nocker built of solid oak, in the fumed finish. H has slat back and leather scat (CG QQ No. 5196. Worth for TREAD THESE SPLENDID VALUES. WE 1 ARE SURE YOU CANNOT EQUAL THESE Oak I QUALITIES AT THESE SPECIAL PRICES Extra 48 W.PARKSTB4 Credit unequaled in liberalness and in its ad- vantage to user. Credit that does not increase the price of what you buy but lessens prices because it brings us the volumn of business. Extra On Monday we will sell beau- tiful wool fin- ish blankets, tan with brown, pink or blue borders, size 66 x SO inches, at the se for the Built at Low Prices Hardwood Dresser High dresser of full size, built of selected hard wood in the golden oak finish. It has bevel plate mir- ror measuring 30x2i inches and thvce large drawers, all with cast brass pulls. Ask for No. 402. Really worth ?20, here for Maple Dresser B I r <1 3 c y e maple dresser in the Prin- cess model, with one largo drawer and -two sm'all ones. Fitted with fancy shaped bevel plate mirror, about 27x20 inches. Fancy shaped top and all drawers with cast brass pulls. No. 252. "Worth now for Imperial Dresser A splendid dresser for service at a very low price. It Is built of hard wood and imperial finished. Ts fitted with three large drawers and a bevel plate mirror, in swing- frame, inches. No. 36. W6rth JH.50, for Wardrobe Brass Bed1 r._u_ nnrt flVft Cai Hard wood robe, stands 6 inches high and is 3 feet wide. It is fitted with shelf and clothes hangers. Drawer in base. The finish is imperial. No. 2. 'Worth Now for Satin finish, two-inch posts and five, capped ward- fillers. No. 603. 6 feet Worth for Go-cart No. 3S4, a perfectly collapsible Gendron cart, with your choice of sev- eral colors in cover- Ing. Adjustable hood and rubber tired wheels. All steel ifirame and easy springs under Beat. Ixathor cloth cov- ered. Prlco ..80.00 Fumed Oak Rocker noclcer No. is a heavy, durable, comfort- able rocker Just about like the picture. Built of oak in tho fumed finish and has slat back and saddle seat. Worth J7.50, now for ANOTHER CAR OF LINOLEUM FOR YOU designs and roll upon roll of Cobbler Seat Rocker Rocker quite similar to the picture to the right. Has high spindle back and sad- dle'Bhape seat.. Strong and durable; No. 3.710. AO 7C Worth J4, BATTLESHIP LINOLEUM Box Seat Diner Diner No. 4.824 is built of oak in the golden finish. It has panel back, deep box scat, saddle shape. Worth Sa, now   THE SPECIALS A food chopper worth for......................... A No. 9 copper bottom wash boiler, worth for A set of Mrs. Potts' sad irons, worth for A No. 8 copper teakettle, nickel plated, worth 90c Kitchen Queen Kitchen Queen with ftour bins and cutting boards and drawers for cutlery. Worth J6.50, Sn now f or r. U   

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