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   Cody Enterprise, The (Newspaper) - May 11, 1905, Cody, Wyoming                               5U IP .IV o01 o r cuirti to tig Horm Cody Enterprise. If Im Hotn, It Win to In VOLUME VI. CODY, BIG HORN COUNTY, WYOMING, THURSDAY, MAY 11, 1905. No 39 AGAIN CHOSEN MAYOR. Hon. J. M. Sohwoob, Wllllmm Loowor mod W. W Ymger Elootod by Phenomenal MA YOU J M Sehwoob C E Haydeo COUNCILMEN W W Yager Wm Lnewfr O P Swenson W P Slayton 150 64 135 148 64 Considerable surprise was manifested over the result of tbe election on Tues- day last As this pnper sutdV few weeks s jce, Mayot Sehwoob justly entlded to a re election in recognition tbe careful and judicious manner which had marked his occupancy of the office It is but fair to state that the gentleman was averse to again essum ing tbe cares and responsibilities of the but the demand that be do so was so general that be yielded, and the result Is Indicative of his popularity with Cody people It is the first time In the history of tbe town that the honor has been con "ferred upon a fur the second time and, although confronted by one our heat known aud prominent cltl :zejjs i f hi highest mtef rliy a frentle man noted for his projrressh eness and loyalty to the town's best Mr Subwoob received three fourths of tbe vote thrown, a compliment of the most flattering kind Close upon his heels was the majori- ties given Messrs Loewer and Yager, the anunoilmea who were upon tbe same ticket with Mr Sehwoob The unusual majority given the ticket was imply artdnlshlnp, and while In no sense reflecting upon the integrity or competency of the gentlemen of the opposing ticket, each of whom are re- garded at cltttens of high no little comment It was pleasant to observe that there was ua entire absence of any feeling approaching bitterness during the earn palgn, and although tbe contest was vigorously conducted, it was in tbe most friendly manner, arising to an extent, trom tbe high standing of the candi dates selected It Is certain that the incoming ad- ministration, all members heretofore of tbe city government with the except- ion of Mr Loewer, will exert them selves to advance the best Interests of Codj, and will constantlv endeavor to protect and govern the citj in a befit ting manner. An Interesting Relic. Several weeks ago Mr George P who takes quite an interest In fossils and petrified formations, while looking around for rare and unique specimens a few miles from town, dls- -corered two well preserved joints of a large snake Returning ft few days after he found another pint and one <3ay last week his several searches were rewarded by finding tbe head of the reptile quite a distance from where the portions were found and resting upon the ground in a mannMMbat in- dicated no diwnrtwraeo stuue Tery fortunate one, because of his loo? of tbe serpent. If ra  pf The Enterprise started a guessing conu st offering a for the person guessed nearest to the number of votes received by tbe next of Cody at the election held last Tbe contest was very warm und a r umber tried (heir luck at placing tha number The were phut off before the polls closer! 11 number mailed ihnir after ihai an I of had to be excluded After the Feveral f undrp. I had be-n opened It HUH fo mrl tbwl Mrs Pearl Nf well, who g-ueased cum Ing within one vote of the actual number the winner ard Mr Buchanan has lad? with a pattern n( wall pnper, of tbe beat quality, fluff! cteut cover a large room Five since Cody did not con tain scholars ennuph hardly to meet the n qutrments of one school atd the aix children were all we rould muster N enrollment Is over two hun dred pupils and five teachers are nec- fs a v u. carry on the schools. This litei tells of rapid strides the town has made in the brief time At the meeting of the school board on Tuesday evening, Mr W J Kisslck was selected for chairman, Mr J H McOuffey for clerk and Mr Tbad Gregory treasurer The following teachers e appoint- ed by the (yard T W Ivdlv prln clpnl MUsKlnwn F etcher and Ml.s Alhcrta MatH H Sw Goldman A Ion wm r. d that here- after no be pxr-ept i w h'i had rerphpd i Training ard tiro years experience at teaching A Long Journey. ThO-e verv eriel'rnt and pecple, Hun W H Rlwper nod Sleeper C   Bull ninth, on Hindi? Thrr went nut on Iho erenlng imin, Mis r f.ir, t tntl Mr fur Hllllnen. he vi 1 b- jOlord hy other clllcrrH In.eie-lod In rtferrnlr no Bull rirer, iwl the) will there pmwnt ihp mibjrct to the ennnent eoglofetv. fair on Mr. and will make ihe trip t" Nome, Alaska, where Mr. 8 rep- hm valuable mining Durlnir Ihclr brief la Codj on MfwiJaj thl  rr and Mis lore the The proprleioti exerted Ihcnuwlfni for the ptemwre ttidr completely twoewhd to ihelr prrrent having a lime. Nearly 100 pet were atd the new more an ere nlnf of pleee- Very few persons In Rig Horn countv but who have met the young and astute banker Hon W Dean Havs, Democracy and coosianl genially is of the matt pronounced character An incident that happened to this popular gentleman not long'slwe llhis-" tretes nhut has been staud of him above Mr Hajs ID the compaov of a couple of ftiende, was driving from the good town of Meeteetse to the pious one of Basin The am had been falling smartly on the just and unjust, and the old Grej bull rher was high and turbu lent. Mi Hays and h's companions late Id the even ng, eudeavortdiocros- the nre nnd when in the deepest part their carriage HUS turned over and tVough finallj eec ping from the rmr received a severe soaking Reaching the bank Mr Hewitt turned to Mr Hays and made Inquiry of his condition "Am pretty wet slightly knocked out, but thank Heavens my Democracy has not been washed out of me TOLD IN A FEW WORDS, loading of tho Big World Bristly Stmtod for Busy Big Horn County Two baofllla held up aud robbed a bank at Oregoo of last Monday Chinese government has decided to raise anil equip an army in order to secure protection Nan PaUerBOD, the actress DOW out on bail been offered 000 a week to appear on svage Ex President Cleveland last woek made a liberal cash contribution to the Hastings (Neb College Last Thursday in a hotel blare at Duluth three persons weie burned to death several others badly injured The price of wool advanced several cents a pound in the Boston and Philadelphia markets during this week I 2.ve advices state ihat boih aad Japanese armies are lining up ana getting readv for resuming hostilities During the present week the price of wool reached cents a pound the highest figure recorded in manv At Omaha three men were killed b. ihe collapse of a three-story buildine used as an undertaker s TuSpe L-arp nter has refused a new trial for Henri Clay, und i death sentence, at I aramie for the murder of George Gerber Last Thursday Colorado Springs hart a 000 blaze duriug which era! stores and a number of private houses were destroy ed Lite dispatches Indicate that is preparing" txi again assume the offensive and will shortly attack th Russians in Manchuria The San Francisco Board of Lducation has taken a decided stand against thn admission of Chinese children lo the public erthoolf> T B Gerow ptate emploiraent agent for Kinsas thlnka that h mds ill be needed to harvest the crops of that state this year Tim Jeffries, the champion heavy weight has determine11 to abandon prize fighting and announces that he will go into business The Dewey cowboys of western Kansas who were charged with killing two farmers sometime since have been set free by toe courts Chicaeo business men week appealed to Governor Deoeea to ordet out the militia to stop the rioting The governor took no actioo Ibe of Douglas ID this s'ate are taking actUe to make the hrst Wyoming state fair a success It will be he d in tbe fall By the breaking of a water dam caused by the Hooding of the Colo rado river 000 in damage was caused at II ol brook, Arizona, last Saturday Denver retained a vusit from the President last Tuesday He was entertained at a banquet and made a speech leaving for Chicago at midnight Foreign dispatches ihat it has become known that President, _Hoosevelt is endeavoring muke peace Russia and Japan, as- soon as possible Dtpt. Game Warden 1 H Wilson of Colorado last Saturday was sentenced to the penitentiary for live years having been convicted of falxe registration Seven ii eight cars filled with exhibits of Wyoming left Chevonne for Portland Monday last Most of the articles were on exhibition at tbe St Louis Pair In New ork the jurvinca-e of Nan Patterson the actress charged Mth murdering Caesar oung disagreed the tbiid tual She has been admitted to ball According to a recent dispatch to a ei paper Harnman and hm shortly the election at I aramie of a gtgnntic iron rolling mill, to cost 000 000 The engagement of Capt Richard H ibion who gained fame as a hero and aftei wards sec ired n itionai notoriety his to Miss 0 W Hull is announced 1 It has become as well as necessary in Washington for a person to provide himself with a pocket cus pador, if he to keep from being cinched by tbe bluecoated guardians of the peace Lverywhere, on the street ca s, side walks, publk and streeU conspicuous signs are d s played telling of whit will happen Ifj you expectorate In consequence about ever) other person caught up with is provided with a receptacle io order to keep out of trouble They are getting very particular in manv other at the National capital and the I city maintains a very deconrous attl tude at least while Congress is not in ftpssloo When the liw makers arrive I however, the llu is partially removed the fun begins The Pro Tern Did It the One of our valued exchanges Ptnerta.e Roundup, Cody Enterprise oaks 'why are WP romraHed to go ouuldo to eet capl lal to fxploltour Industrial, and adds it (A barely possible that Mr Paake HUB never traversed that section of the n'ato which the Union Pacific ruon ihmiwh Yep, the ppr-on alluded io hat gone ill" RBcUon mentioned nrd lj with exis tng roodltlom, an1 had the writer been occupying editorial chtlr the tbturd question would nm hive been propouortNl beottivp evtdfni cou'd be (urnUhed bi tbe tverage school bo; It Bomotl'nea pro tfm with little brief lo more than one ihe o d huL ihp rmn H dn when ht >IM IO tklp Off tO thfl NM'tODfcl Cap'Ul la order lo plre ft few tlpi to 'hf OOD f power of how to run Frank Barker Is to be hanjr d at T intoln in a few weeks Mis ML Cord whose and husband WHB murdeied by Barker has made application to be present with her children at the execution Bob braal s a white man was handed at Darlington South Caro iioa lint I ridav for the murder of a nepro On tbe w. ilTolU and at the same time Sam Marks a negro paid the full penalt) of the for the murder of u w hiie man I or several last week the President and his paity were com pelled in remain in camp owing ui tbe prevalent Q of a severe snow storm He will return to this week spending one dav each in Denser and Riotinfr ailed nearU of the present at last week n Chicaffo Several men were killexl and a number terribly bemer The strikers cull maintain an apgresshe attitude The non uuu drivers are armed with rifles A terrible toi nar o orer a portion of Kansas last I which i f were killed and great damage M ir queive was ennrt-K out. and the lornad i was the m si disitsirous ia the hUiorj of miihlle K in'.RS A few sincR C i >we 'the kidnapper WHS n (imxhAviitne friendd nnd pubae h The clninihatthe re ward (if >0   vote of four tn two refuwd to iowrfere 'he cif j Her counsel will rcibo further effort In bf-r bohalf nf rrnwrtfilhat win erer pryntent nt n rn o nt Bplmont Pnrk, New oth Imtt Thursday i old Stwoby and Illchnrd'o 4 year old ran for the Metropo) UAD haodlcnp bni tojeiher wpro unnble to the winner and the owoera divided tho purw Diiiaoce ooe mile, 1 41 W Council Proceedings State of Wyoming Countv of Hljr Horn SH Town of May 1 i Tbe town conn  IM Ing was read and approved Polite Justice Houx re] irtod tinea collocw i from all sour PR t 1 1 On motion n port was accepted and onlertd on hie Communication fid n I- asking that the town a oept a for water used at Jrma Hotel ai Huffalo Bill motion if F'eake second by Barnett that c-o i municatlon be and laid on i} e table Peaks Bainett am! aeer votuip Burns n Motion carried Moved burns second In I that a committee be appointed consist tnsr of the mavor and Councilman "Vaper to confer with Mr Hayden nnu tain the cost of survoyine ItlufMind fencing also eti bodvinp in motion that a suthcient tion of tbe ceroetei v bo net for u Catholic burvmar tfiound Commit! H to report to cnum il at neu rueeiii Motion parried all aye Moved bv Peake bj n r that Thad Gregory be appointed a- H of the judges of election to bp 1 1 Maytt'h ]MO> instead (f C 1 Q disqualified owing to being a candidate on one of the tlokets Motion can kd all voting On motion the following bills allowed F C Barnett one 3 ears salan as councilman   W W ager salary as counc 1 man 30 Ino L Burns one }ear salarv as councilman siO.uO J H Peake one year as councilman GOOD J M Sehwoob one year salai-v as mayoi Cail Hammitt salary maishai _ elc f s 'J O W Sehwoob work and ma so Cody I nterpnse publishing pro- ceeduieand prirtinK D II Mil- nil salary for April dJ O'l II B bix days regis (ration it-j N S Xobl es su Jary as n i g b t watch C B Perry salary as engineer eiL i Lhas Nllllti w fee-- in Ddrrah case M N Lu shade Ir e" uj Codv Trading Pi merLhand se 4 _- J T Isham digging and filling- J t Bljr Horn o repisLrn on b'anks I i O i motion courul lujourned to again Thursday May 11 1 Kb at 10 Attest J M S HUOOI D H M< i AI I r Tow n erk A New Restaurant In our ei L MUJT LO umns w f nnd ihe aonc it) et t nf the i U muurant. I he s ah -h nt 1( at-t-d In hr n< v t i i ntr re eind f( i M i 3 H c i s enue in 1 ih ndii ed i Murj 's. i h< arm nn e t tention to fui -.h ii -vt IH H n al I pal In c nn" i u i rPRtiianioi u i nU n_ t wtll furniKht 1 ni i hp c Mm Mu j h hn- J i osi 1 t rien "in M i i u 1 1 P i it A Correction nu re-l" n tt e U n U H w h Pointed H i- M h IB apt HVTW Ke rppfnlerl hut 1 (prent tih if ft c; )f worn n le irfw failed to re M bus bund.   

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