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Albert Evening Tribune (Newspaper) - January 2, 1906, Albert Lea, Minnesota Claimed that it May affect new York state speaker ship contest. Russian soldiers massacre scored of workmen in Bat big clearance Sale begins today the a1 Bakhmu ight Fob secret ballot Witte wants Constitution Cash discount per cent being strenuously conducted by supporters of the Odell candidate. Per cent Premier believes its Romul cation would be a master stroke at present. Two Large tables piled full of remnants one Wool goods the other Cotton goods. These Are marked at about one half former Price. On All warm shoes slippers and overshoes. Special bargains on broken lots. Many ladies Fine dress shoes including a also menus and boys dress shoes and work shoes this will mean a big Money saving on your shoe Bill. Albany n. A a a Jan. 2.�?the test cd strength in the caucus of Republican _ assemblymen at night will probably be taken not directly in a vote upon j the Candi it tates for the nomination lot speaker of the Assembly but on the 4 question whether the nomination for speaker of the Assembly shall be by a secret vote. Tho efforts of both Sidon j of the controversy Are now Coneen rated upon thai single Point. Its in g Ortance is evident in Light of the fact that pledges hitherto obtained from g the individual numbers of the Assolin Bly have had reference Only to the sup g port of thief candidate or that. The Issue of a secret ballot Foi a speaker ship visibly disturbed All tin is comparative certainties which had. Been supposed to exist. Leaders of in the movement for the nomination cd. James w. Wadsworth jr., of livings j ton who was selected by governor. Higgins As his it Hico admit that if v they cannot prevent a secret ballot. Thoy cannot be Are or. Wadsworth ssi nomination by the caucus. On the other hand the adherents of Edwin a. J Merritt jr., of St. Lawrence chanced their previous tactics of claiming i hat they could defeat Wadsworth even it they coaids not elect Merritt and began to assert that they were certain of votes enough to secure a secret ballot. J the Best informed observers on both sides agree that in an open ballot j or Roll Call of kit publican assemblymen in the existing condition of of fairs or. Wadsworth would be elected. In the sides agreed also that upon d a secret ballot the result would he very different. V View proposition with solicitude. Thai or. Wadsworth a supporters View the proposition of a secret ballot with solicitude is evident from a statement made Lute in the evening by superintendent if Public works n. V. Franchot. One of governor Higgins i closest observers. Or. Franchot said a there is no change in the situation. A desperate Effort has been made by the friends of or. Odell including j. Calvin Mcknight recently or. Hardman s private Secretary to bring about a secret ballot. The friends of or. Wadsworth Are Able to put but one construction on this scheme and that is the it be on the part of those of i nosed to him to use Money for the. Purpose of encompassing his defeat. A even with the use of Money Ordo not believe this can be a statement of or. Franchot soon j became known and produced a pro a found sensation. Neither or. Odell nor or. Mcknight would reply to or comment upon it but senator Maltby said a i should say in reply to the statement of or. Franchot that it is the policy of this state in the interest if honesty to have a secret ballot. Inasmuch As the executive his superin-8 pendent of Public works or. Franchot i let and other members of his admin Stra tion have sandbagged every Assembly-1 Man from Montauk Point to Niagara Falls to secure his vote for or. Wads a Worth Justice and prudence have de lib handed that these men should for once it have an Opportunity to vote As they it a want to. As to the use of Money the charge comes with ill Grace from a in candidate who is himself Many times in a re. Paynter in the Lead. Pakh Mut Russia Jan. 2.�?a larg it number of revolutionaries from the factories in the neighbourhood made an attack on the Barracks during the morning. Three a meanies of infantry and a Squadron of cavalry replied with volleys and a veritable Battle followed lasting from 8 of clock in the morning until 4 of clock in the afternoon. About noon a company of cossacks arrived and the insurgents were placed Between two fires with the result that they suffered heavily. It is stated that 300 of the workmen were killed. The troops had three killed and sevc to wounded. A table loaded with children a 5 to 9, these Are Odd lots and Range in Price up to 25 cents a pair the Price i of per pair 1 Sheet music a1 special Price for saturday All regular 25 cent kind at i Thall regular,15 cent kind at Isiah regular to cent kind at he music department on Balcony formerly occupied by millinery come one come All to urges a Constitution Premier Witte believes it would be a master stroke. St. Petersburg Jan. 2.�?it is Learned from a High sour e that Premier Witte is again urging the emperor to imme Fla Lely Prota ulv ate a moderate Constitution for the double purpose of roes Suring the liberals that the present War against the a reds Quot does not mean reaction and blocking the attempt who ii undoubtedly will he made when the National Assembly convenes to transform that body into a constituent Assembly. Moreover the plan has other heavy backing and the emperor is showing an inclination to accept it. The Premier is understood to have informed his majesty that such an act would be a master stroke at the present juncture and might rally the whole body of conservatives and Liberal opinion to the Side of the government. Tit Munu i in y it lift. P. Ii. Peterson prop South Broadway what the kidneys do. Their unceasing work keeps us Strong and healthy. Goto friends for advice to women for pity to strangers for Charity to relatives for nothing and come to for the Best grocer ies at right prices. Yours to serve Maple syrup it. Bottle table syrup one half gallon table syrup Gallo ail pure sorghum per gallon. New Orleans molasses per gallon. White Honey per la promo Hocq new Onur it Ming a i ram a in in Nail of Pear Friend Hay that it will be Able to in Ideal , in reply said demonstrate its sincerity by deeds and Quot it i with in deep a satisfaction that in so doing it will Cut Awny sym that t ret All that the Hope for peace Pathy from the proletariat organza the Obj it t of All our desires which tons and place them when the time Wen exp Titi year ago have been comes for Tho projected strike in Tho fulfilled. The moral i it Ower attained attitude of deliberately provoking a by Pacific ideas throughout Tho world struggle to overthrow the government has played a great part Iii this Happy and to establish a democratic Raub result. The persuasive authority Ollie. Those ideas was never before thus demonstrated and we May draw there irom Ltd m08t Lavorace a Guries. a Brilliant new years reception was peace sentiments. Given at Tho american embassy at significant Exchange at French pres night. Dent a reception. Menaced business Section. Paris Jan. 2.�?president a meet t new years reception to the no min if of the diplomatic corps gave Opportunity for a sign i in int Exchange t peace sentiments evidently design i to offset the recent wave of Pess Luln tic War talk. The usual military Hon ors were rendered on the arrival of the ambassadors. The reception was Beld in Tho Salon of the Kly be Palace. For Tho first time the apostolic Nuncio did not make the presentations count torah lit tim italian ambassador taking his place As Dean of the corps. Count Tornielli in extending to president Loubet Tho felicitations of his colleagues and himself said thai he was not giving expressions to Mere formal sentiments of fraternity. At the beginning of the year just closed i he said the whole world suffered from a feeling of the deepest depression lightened Only by the general conviction that moral action favouring the Solidarity of the essential interests and the Pacili r Lution of the Peop i represented by the diplomatic corps was assured by the support of France. J the Hope then expressed had bet n fib filled tor Whilt h reason they Eon i glaciated Thirn selves on having bet ii a witnesses of Tao Benet Cut action of ter Vin tis j 111 of to succeed j. I. A Blackburn As United states senator apparently dominated the situation. In the House Cam us a la Vaynter Man was elected chairman of the Canelo and a Payne m Man was nominated for speaker by a vote of 39 to to. In the Senate caucus the Payntor candidates for chairman and president pro tem were nominated by a vote of 18 to ill adding the votes polled for Paynter candidates in the two branches gives a total of 57, or four votes More than enough to nominate judge Paynter if he receives a vote equal to that polled by the men he put Forward As his candidates. His supporters also Point with jubilation to the tactical advantage they have gained in organizing the two houses. Set or against these c claims Are the Flat assertion of the managers for senator Blackburn and w. B. Hale Man of i Otisville the opposing Cand dates that a number of legislators i who voted for a. Enter s Candida e i will not vote for judge Pantet for i senator in joint a ult us. With those i a crossovers Quot they also include six to to bears who did not vote in the i races for speaker Aud president pro item. The Paynter managers How j aver say that their candidate also will ii receive the votes of several neither Side showed any sign i of giving ground after the caucus. Fast going to pieces. Sweet cider per gallon 4--j--i-4 people s wants 4 a 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 i i 4 4 i i i i 4 i a a i 4 4 4 i for Good Cary Safe inquire or. H. Ii. Wilcox. 25 of. Wanted.�?20 sales ladies o c Hayden co. In 2t for Sale. A Fine 6-room House on West William Street two residence Fountain Street. H. A. Paine. 229 of Fok in second hour Broadway theatre building City heat 288 of rags. Will pay Good Price Huq is this office. For Sale a Oak Wood 0 per Cord Deli vet by. D. W. Horning 597 water Street. 25 of. Lamb skin lined mocha Mitten. Lea eat citizens National Hank. 26 2. Wanted. A everybody to read our and and buy shoes it the Bis on shoe store. It t 3. May be elected As senator from Kentucky. Frankfort k.v., Jan. 2.�?when adjournment was reached in the democratic House and Senate caucuses of the Kent my legislature at night the a a a a varies of judge Thomas h. Payn the club. All through life seems to be in the wrong hands. What a sociable world this would to if a Man s neighbors were half As glad to see him on his return from a months trip As he thinks they ought to be. A hero or u Genius or both is the Man who guesses right most of the time and then does it. Looi Iville is the place Roadway theatre thursday january 4ththe startling sensation the big 4 four combination Kousi entire production carried6--big vaudeville act the Lynching. I the raid on the still. J Way a Kentucky girl shoots. To this Wagon Aho a set of Law nebs \ makes All these Fol a outfit Peterson hardware co temptation prices 25c, 35c and 50cthe evening Tribune. A no. 27. Albert Lea minn., tuesday january 2. 1906
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