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''WLXX. STo. 24. Salt Lake City, Utah, Mootdax MomsncNTG-, Notember 7, 1904. 12 phges.five cents. - H
In Many Ward
i Is Startling;
tics in Mix-Up That
irges Made by the
dops and elders gave po
(he people in the tcstl
In tho ward mdeting
, But of the number
friends to the American
but a few aro reported"
Jlngs did not take on a
lhr are noted in the follow-
s Should Stand Together.
h Ward Mormons rhould
ther, was the advice of some
iters at the Thirteenth ward
Elder C. J Thomas, custodian
Article, counseled the voters
east their ballots for the right
b Pear of Gentiles. .
ii Ward-Before the hearing of
, Bishop Taylor gave a brief
ichhesald: "I am proud to bo
Kmon. Thoro are times when
at t us with scorn, saving:
Mormon." This is one of those
utMe the church and many
the church are saying that wo
There's an election coming in
. You should pray to tho Lord
what way to vote, and If the
't tell you, you should follow
:r spakcrs added to his rc
1 o them saying: "I believe
r Tavlor. If tho whole world
r in.', I will do my duty. I be
deocc to church laws. I want
r power on earth. I want ce
r In hcien " j
sjwaktr bore his testimony,
fou n:id not fear your en
ttd not fear the Gentiles; you
tar llios; on the outside you
r your own."
nidn't Sell for 20.
Ward-The afternoon testi
ng took a turn decidedly hos
incrtcan party. Brother Law
't.jUlv Here,- against It. IIu
fee 'ame spirit th.it drove the
of Nauvoo, an event which ho
Jlfcu to mind; it was the spirit
ltd murderers. But not nno of
0 Dob now lives, and all audi
dJic3 on the lre of life,
nil vl!l consume In his owi.
Job r,n a man or God. and
3rt told Satan ihat he might
. the devil .tuid: "You havo
1 about so that I can't gel at
twill he with he devil's work
' Latter-day Saints the Lord
?M them about that the devil
toaric3 can t get at them.
whose name could noi be
handed out a fancy roast for
m rarty, urging the Saints to
5 to do with It.
tenihaw felt that the trials: of
r hard to bear, but that all
tloia were for their good and
1 w grateful for them. lie
X God for the American partv;
al to the Saints, but the aflllc
Onybcar will purify and exalt
r must tear with patience and
jWji.on a3 they can, In the naino
IrtSS1 ft1 cHir m 1,10 Iofl llmnked
ferr could make himself heard.
'SL Anncan party needn't trv to
if they offered him twen
tSBm J would 3DU,n 11 HlH wife
i1 t0 tear her testimony In
JKit, .? -M "J'u should hear
Sull Soon Ee Called In."
2Ka . ar? saining in strength
rvmiTi'J al0 18 tn enemy, but wo
;WrftuT3'd and lf wo fQ3t
i2rqStTherc Ia a Illation in
laSBwu ?,veJl man d0 M duty."
gnVj, A1 differently! "Let every
!jBui&ian'? Ml,tual Improve-
3KittM"h5 aicd' L1,cc tnc 8ch0l
wilVtcalM i inV. dvi?S noo. but we will
SeJmrT M lel 113 a,i be ireful.
WL 2 The Tribune.
V"drB,8hP McM Ulan
Mtoush against this pa
rf v vt I falsehoods, etc..
'JfWtvVn fflng V10 Salnt3"
! ytodi$rft 'nl ofi our most
.itoB 4 writ . n. taken by our
& Brother Penrose.
bj- fthmr on the street and
DffJloffccvrtve & a Uo and
A 'ortbat SSlher Pcnroac ncv
lto tPna'er-,, llb wouldn't
uMfr BUfat IS? ,CMfcw scalawngH
AC3 of ll, lhei nave elghLv
jpkthWoplo In tho countSFwno
mcSVnan0UtrhIB,,,e- 80 -
mjKttPteh ihMi n1?,lni''a and hoy
tflflvV oa l.n r rmrpoao
rflt; ,c' tAl n.,lcan "ociely. thia
BffitohHdlS.r young men and
Bf2i 01 I want f Vle church
0 111(1 not yw
Appendix Is Placed
in a Corner Stone
Unique Contrihutlon of Brother of tho
Iate Senator Hanna to a Cleve
CLEVELAND, O.. Nov. C The corner
Btone of tho new Tavern clubhouse was
laid' and' when It came tho tlmo for Rob
ert I Ireland, a prominent member, to
deposit something in the Iron box he
pulled from his pocket a little bottle and
"Such is my love for this club that 1
give a part of myself Into the keeping of
tho corner stone." It later decclopcd that
the bottle contained his appendix, pre
served In alcohol, which had been re
moved several weeks before in an opera
tion performed for appendicitis.
Ireland is a member of the firm of M.
A. llnnnn & Co., a former vice-president
of the American Shlp-BuIldlng company,
and has long been a conspicuous llguro in
social circles. Ho Is a brother-in-law of
the late Senator Hanna.
The Tavern club is one of the most ex
clusive clubs in the city. Tho ceremonies
attending the laying of the corner stono
were performed at midnight Halloween,
and pnrtook somewhat of the nnlurc of
tho fetich worship in vogue In Africa. The
appendix Is destined to become a subject
for the scientists years hence to study, as
.tho now building Is to be a substantial
ELOPES WITH FARMER.
Society Belle "Weds the Man of Her
PROVIDENCE. It. I., Nov. C.-A wed
ding which took place In this city today is
expected to throw society circles In Bal
timore and Boston Into a state of excite
ment when the details are known. The
bride, Sibyl Hale, is tho daughter of Ar
thur Hale, superintendent of transporta
tion of tho Baltimore t Ohio railroad In
Baltimore,, and tho groom Kurt Dlcder
ick. a Hungarian farmer.
The couple arrived in this city from
Boston and immediately went to the city
hall to get a marriage license. From the
manner In which the coaple answered
questions put by the City Registrar It was
evident that they had run away to got
married. Tho license was Issued to them
The Rev. Samuel H. Webb performed tho
ceremony. Tho couple at once started for
The young woman Is strikingly hand
some. Sho was expensively gowned,
wearing a tlght-llttlng tailor-made suit, a
set of costly ermine furs and a picture
hat. Her husband wore a shabby light
mixed suit and a soft hat that was by no
means new. The bride said thnt her age
TOOK ANOTHER HUSBAND.
Tired of Waiting for First One, Ore
gon Woman Weds Again.
PORTLAND, Or.. Nov. C After four
years' absence, and after his wife had
read a newspaper notice of his death, J.
Wlnfleld Klmmls, formerly manager of
tho Tinker hotel of Long Beach, "Wash.,
returned to the city last evening. Learn
ing that his wife had again married, ho
has not yet been to see her. Sho was
married a month ago to Henry Kllppel of
tho City Engineer's department. Klmmls.
who was once known all along this coast,
mysteriously disappeared in 1900. His
wife read In a Kansas City paper of his
death and considered herself a widow. To
make things certain she wont to Cali
fornia, lived there a year and procured
American Evangelists in London.
LIVERPOOL, Nov. C The American
evnngellsts Lorry and Alexander opened
a three months revival here today in
a building that had . been specially
erected for the purpose, with a seating
capacity of 12.000. Twenty thousand
persons came to the opening meeting.
The choir numbers 3500, and there are
S00 trained workers. The whole city is
stirred, and Mr. Lorry believes, that
Great Britain Is on the eve of a great
lied and when we did not flee wo yielded,
I bear testimony that we havo
yielded for tho last time.
Another speaker said: "Thin American
partv Is trying to down us, but I think
tho best thing wc can do Is to let them
alone. I have nothing to do with any
thing that has tho Hag on 1L"
Leaders Will Tell How to Vote.
Thirty-second ward One speaker said:
"Apostlo Reed Smoot Is tho man chosen
by divine revelation and ho Is tho right
man in the right place. There will bo
trying times for him In tho near future
and ho wishes all tho people to pray for
"The enemy are at work. You know
what trouble we had, and sorrow, too.
when the Liberals were out before; and
tliov aro hero again. But, my sisters .and
brothers, you havo only to live your
faith, grow strong In it. follow your lead
ers, and it will bo revealed to you yet
where to give your support and who aro
vour friends. Now, Tuesday is election,
and vou have only to follow tho rcvela
tlons'of your leaders and all will bo right."
. Got Together in an Hour.
Thirty-third ward All woro urged to
tako their naturalization papers to tho
noils on account of possible challenge,
no matter what their party afllllatlonu
One speaker said: "The enemy Is at
work and we must be on tho alert. Wc
Mormonn came here, built our bridges,
made our streets and killed tho snakes
by donation. Tho Gentiles enmo when
this was dono and they get pay for their
work big pay and they hold tho officoa.
Wo Mormons get nothing. The highest
salaries In our schools aro paid to Gen
tile teachers,, of whom SO per cent are
After Sunday's activity of tho
priesthood in directing members to
vote the Smootized Republican ticket,
and the savago attacks on Judge O.
W. Powers because he is a Gentile,
can any Gentile or fair-minded Mor
mon Democrat fail to see that tho
priesthood is riddling the Democratio
Vote tho American ticket and put
a check-rein on those who are making
of Utah a hot-bed of eccleaiasticism.
Vote for Utah oncol It will be a
good day's work to holp defeat Apos
tle Reed Smoot and his ecclesiastical
Teachers fae lusy
Remarkable Boldness in
Passing Word Around
Democrats Go About on Sunday In
structing People to Vote Straight
Notwithstanding the strenuous denials
of Mormon candidates for office, tho
pledges of high officials of tho church
and tho fairy tales of the Latter-day
Ananias, the scribbling apostle, tho Mor
mon church yesterday used its index fin
ger to point the spot where tho cross
should be placed. In the same way that
has been done for years.
Early yesterday morning the seventies
met In secluded places and tho teachers
wore busy until lato in the afternoon
visiting the homes of tho pliable, giving
the priestly grip and with it a few words
as to the party which tho church do
sires Itj members to support.
The teaching politicians used verv lit
tle effort to conceal tho causo of their
lslls. Interested persons In everv wart
In tho city witnessed tho teachers pass
ing through the back gates of Mormon
homes and greeting the inhabitants with
the ecclesiastical smile while giving them
tho priestly "mitt" with the thumb
The words of warning and advice woro
short but emphatic and the word "Re
publican" was practically all that It was
necessary to say. Perhaps In case3 whero
tho person approached seemed disin
clined to take tho "word" it w.-us neces
sary to make mention of Brother Cutler
and Apostle Reed Smoot, but In most
cases It was not necessary,
Will Benefit Senate Committee.
Evidence was secured yesterday, which
it is considered will bo of great benefit
to tho Sonate sub-committee In ascertain
ing whether the Mormon church is In
terfering In politics or not. It may bo
possible to show that Mormons who have
hitherto registered and voted as Demo
crats, yesterday. In their religious ca
pacity, visited the homes of other Mor
mon Democrats and ordered them to voto
tho Republican ticket all the way
through. Jn some Instances the request
did not meet with a ready affirmative,
but tho visitors knew who they wore
visiting and they did not leave without
a satisfactory reply.
In tho Sixteenth and Twenty-sixth dis
tricts the teachers woro particularly ac
tive. Mormon housewives and their hus
bands heard the gentle knock at the kit
chen door before tho breakfast dishes
wurc washed. Tho industrious teachers
In these two districts were Thomas if.
Jones and Ernest Strong, both of whom
appear on the registration books
as being members of thut partic
ular faith. Roth aro known to havfe vot
ed that ticket In times past, when thoy
wore not told to vote something else.
These two "Democrats" visited nracti-
cally overy Mormon household In the
two districts md earned a vast amount
of mileage money In their voyages up
alleys and down garden paths to the kit
chen doors. Strange to relate, these tAvo
teachers wore not arousing the feebly
faith of their Democratic bretheren In the
glorious destiny of their accredited party.'
On tho contrary, tho Instructions given
woro to pleaso the ''hurrh by voting tho
Republican ticket. Tho Ignorant members
of the church vlclted only needed to be
told that their spiritual rulers had so
decided and a hearty aflrmallvo assur
ance was cr'.vcn.
Work Is Effective.
At three houses visited by persons other
than teachers It was learned that tho
households which had been canvassed as
being of tho Democratic faith a few days
ago had since the visit of the tenchers
suddenly become Republican strongholds.
Several luusea In these two districts
whose owners appear on the party books
a:. Democrats and who woro of this faith
on Saturday evening, became Republi
cans in tho "twinkling of an eye" and
went to mootlmr at '1 o'clock yesterday
afternoon with the nlr of persons who
had never been anything else
In tho Twentieth district the teachers
met In a frame structuro removed from
the public highway and somotlmcs known
as "Thomas's Barnacle." At this meet
ing It Is presumed tho word was passed
down, as it camo In successive, stages
from tho "main guy" and tho teach
ers receiving it, hurried nut to get In
their work before 2 o'clock, when II Is
suppoecd tho reports were rocolvcd.
Tho samo activity was manifested In
all tho other districts of tho city, and as
a result, unless tho Instructions are
changed today, tho tragedy of bids
fair to bo ropeated as tar as the Demo
cratic party Is concerned.
R has generally been understood that
tho "word" had gone forth some tlmo
ago and tho appearance of tho tc-nchcrs
vesterday gave rise to the report that
there was a chango of front and a Demo
cratic victory had been ordered, but It
appears that tho visits were due to the
fact that a poll of strength by tho au
thorities had shown a reversal of form
and It was necessary to gather In a
number of votes which were to havo been
permitted to cast for tho Democratic can
didates, in order to give a semblanco of
fairness and cover the previous work of
It Is nolntud out that the Intimidation
of women of tho stroet by the police au
thorities and the Intimidation of voters by
church authorltlco as waa practiced yos
tcrdav, Is one and tho samo thing under
the statutes, throats of mi'iital. physical
or financial punishment being the same
in the meaning of the law.
American Warships at Gibraltar.
GIBRALTAR. Nov. C Tho cruisers
Olympla, Cleveland and Des Molucs, of
the United States European squadron,
Rear-Admirnl Jewell commanding, havo
arrived here The Olympla had In tow
the British schooner Elizabeth, with her
Btern badly damaged by collision with
tho Olympla the night of November 5.
Thu Olympla was not dumuged.
Hatfield Kills Wife and Himself.
CHEYENNE, Wyo Nov. 6. "Bill"
Hatfield shot and killed his wife, Maud,
and then blew out his brains at
Mccteetye, Wye It is said that Jealousy
way the causs of the tragedy.
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! CANNON, at UTAHNA PARK TONIGHT :
t Senator Frank J. Cannon will answer Brigham H. Roberts at Utahna j;
j Park at 8 o'clock this evening. Others will speak and a program of music J
has been provided. J
There will be rallies at Bingham and Bingham Junction at same hour.
i Americans 1 Rally 'Round the Flag I
I- v ! I ! 'I ! v ' -5 v ! 2 i 'r v mr J I v4t -J- ! 4 v
Body of Is fife
Delay of Insurance Company Pre
vents Remains of Woman From
Being Interred. v
CHICAGO, Nov. C The body of Mrs.
Charles Hunter, colored, Ilea at the coun
ty morguo, unburlcd, because, It Is al
leged by tho husband, the Globe Mutual
LIfo Insurance association has refused to
remit on a policy. She bus been dead
Xour clays. Yesterday Mr. Hunter aald ho
did not know when the funeral could be
On his complaint T. P. Barry, manager,
and M. H. Hoey, counsel for tho company,
were arrested on charges of obtaining
money by falso pretenses.
"I am a poor man," said the complain
ant. "I have not money enough to bury
my wife. Hero I have an insurance poli
cy, but am unable to collect on It. I went
to the office, but they have dono nothing
for me "
"My arrest Is an outrage," said Barry
last evening. "This woman was insured
for JJM In our company, but I did not rc
celvo any proof of death until yesterday.
Tho law gives me sixty days to pay a pol
icy. This was an emergency case, and I
told the man I would glvo him $-10 to pay
his wife's funcr.il expenses."
TWO ATTEMPTED HOLD-UPS.
New York Express on Pennsylvania
Bailroad Stopped by Bandits.
PHILADELPHIA, Nov. C According to
the crew of tho Philadelphia and New
York express on the Pennsylvania rail
road, which left Washington at G:Z0 to
night, two unsuccessful attempts were
made to hold tho train up at Havre do
Graco and Perry, n Maryland, by two
men, one of whom was a negro. The men
Tho men boarded tho train at Balti
more it is believed. As tho train ap
proached tho long bridge at Havre do
Grnce a white man pierced an opening In
the front of tho express and, thrusting a
revolver through the opening, ordered
Messenger Carter to lot him In. The mes
senger replied by firing his revolver and
pulling the signal cord.
When the train came to a stop Con
ductor Siblev ran forward to tho englno
and there found a colored man In the
tender with a revolver In hand. Ho or
dered tho man down. At first ho refused,
but after a short urgument he left the
tender. Going back to the express-car. ho
was told by the messenger what had hap
pened, but the whllo man had disappeared.
Tho train resumed its Journey, and when
it reached Perryville, on the farther side
of the bridge, tho two men again ap
peared, one on tho tender and tho other
on -the front platform of the express-oar.
Tho train was again stopped, but boforo
the two men could be captured they had
disappeared in the darkness.
FORGOT BRIDE'S NAME.
Aged Coloradoan Stumped When He
Applied for License.
CRIPPLE CREEK. Colo., Nov. C John
Brltton, a veteran of tho Civil war, CT
years of ago. and a rcsldont of Danslto,
camo horc yesterday to procure a mar
rlaco license. He was directed to tho
office of the County Clerk and Recorder,
whore ho applied for the llcenso Ho
answered all the questions until It camo
to the nnmo of the brldc-to-be. Brltton
had forgotten the nnmo of the woman to
whom ho wns to be married Ho left the
office and went uptown and found tho
brldo and got her name, which wos Mrs.
Mary Finch, who is K5 years old. Ho
then returned to tho office and secured
tho much-desired license. Mr. Brltton
and Mrs. Finch woro married la-st night
by Justlco Harrington. At the wedding
was Mrs. Wolch. who Is a granddaughter
of tho brldo, who carried a great-grand- 1
daughter In her arms.
Tragedy in One Act in a Philadelphia
PIIHjADELPHIA, Nov C "Tho Hen's
Revenge: or, A Mothor Bereft," a tragedy
in ono act and a firo. had its first repre
sentation on any Btagu at No. 772S Ger
muntown avenue, where Michael Colosmo
lives. For days a brown Leghorn biddy
had sat upon thirteen CBgs. Natural
processes were too slow for Colosmo. so
he purchased an Incubator recently. The
lien bided her. time. It camo when Colos
mo abstracted threo of the eggs contain
ing the hen's Immature offspring from be
neath her and transferred thoin to tho In
cubator. Evidently bent upon assorting
hoi rights tq tho matornlty of the un
hatehed chickens, tho lion attacked tho
incubator viciously. With blown from
hor wings sho upsot tho machine. A
lighted alehohol lamp lnsldo of It over
turned. The Incubator, with thirty eggs,
wan destroyed and tho flames did ?50 dam
ago to the house.
IMMENSE STEEL BRIDGE.
Crosses Snako Itivor and Connects
Idaho and Oregon.
Spsclal to The Tribune.
WEISER, Ida., Nov. C Tho imracnao
steel brldgo to span tho Snako rlvor at
this city is rapidly approaching comple
tion. The piers aro all completed and four
of the six 6tecl spans aro laid. The
builder eaya It will bo completed by
Tlinnksglvlng daj, if the weather doeH not
interfere. Tho bridge connects the States
of Oregon and Idaho unci makes a largo
section of Oregon country tributary to
this city. N (
Riots at Innsbruck One
Disturbances Provoked by
1 Aggressions of Ausiro-
Cabinets at Vienna and Rome Trying
to Smoothe Over tho Dif
ficulties. ROME. Nov. C When Premies GlolettI
came Into power a year ago ho found tho
relations between Italy and Austria In a
very disturbed condition In consequenco
of tho fact that antl-Austrlan demonstra
tions had been lolcrntdd by Slgnor Zan
ardelll, his predecessor, who, it is alleged,
winked at the propaganda for tho union
with Italy of the I Lallan provinces that
aro still subject to Austria.
Slgnor Glolctti changed all this and as
sured Austria sho had nothing to fear
from Italy. This was publicly empha
sized by tho meeting at Abazzla In April
last of Slgnor Tlttonl, the Italian minis
ter of Foreign Affairs, and Count Go
luchowski, tho Austrian chancellor How
ever, Austria's denial of the request of
her Italian subjects for a national uni
versity at Trieste led up to the troubles
at Innsbruck, which havo endangered
i'ood relations betweon the two Govern
ments. Behind all other explanations of the
Innsbruck affair thero is the racial hat
red between Italians and Austro-Gennans
In Italian provinces subject to Austria,
tho latter element naving vainly tried for
five centuries to Germanize tho provinces.
Austria's refusal to establish an Italian
faculty In the University of Trloste has
been attributed to the fear that',lt would
lcsult In the university becoming the cen
ter of an antl-Austrlan propaganda, but
recently It was decided to institute an
Italian faculty at the Innsbruck univer
sity. This went into effect on November
J. when the rioting began. The disturb
ances, 11 Is alleged here, wero provoked
hy aggressions on tho part of the Ger
mans. Tho cabinets of Vienna and Romo aro
doing what they can to smooth over tho
EXTREMISTS LOSE POWER.
Elections in Italy Do Not Materially
Augment Ministerial Following.
ROME, Nov. C Tho general election
for members of tho Chamber of Deputies
took placo today and up to midnight no
, serious Incident had been reported. Re
sults ascertained from about three-fifths
of the constituencies show that the powor
of tho extrome parties has been dimin
ished without, howover, materially aug
menting the number of ministerial fol
lowers, as most of tho new recruits aro
Conservatives who may bo expected to
soon abandon Premier Giolotll, a Liberal.
Sonnlno. tho leader of tho constitutional
opposition, has lost some of his followers,
owing to the fact that Milan, which for
merly was represented by tho oxtromlsts.
has elected two Conservatives, ono cleri
cal and two Socialist .reformists, ono of
whom. Turatl, waa supported oven by non
Socialists. As Turatl, though a leador
of tho SoclallBt reformists, condemned tho
general strike, his seloctlon is regarded
as a reply to that strike.
Gonoa, whero the strike was most
violent, overthrow the Extremists.
Ferrl, tho Socialist leader, In most of
tho forty constituencies, gathered only a
fow votes, especially where tho Socialist
candidates wero competing with promi
nent polltlcIuii8, as Minister of tho
Treasury Luzzattl. who had votos out
of 2000, and Ferrl 105.
Tho Clericals voted almost ovorywhero
for Conservative candidates. Further re
turns and second bnllotlngs next Sunday
may considerably chango the situation.
MURDERED ARTIST BURIED.
Black Flags on Public Buildings and
Funeral at Public Expense.
INNSBRUCK, Nov. C Tho body of tho
artist, Prezzcy, who was stabbed through
tho heart with a bayonet during tho riot
ing hero on the night of November 3,
waH burled this afternoon, In tho Inns
bruck cemetery, in tho presenco of a
groat crowd and with an imposing cere
mony. Perfect order was maintained. A
strong forco of gens d'armna kept tho
route clear and largo detachments of
troops woro held In reserve.
The City Council had decided that tho
funeral should be at tho public expense
and black flags were hung on all public
buildings. Tho coffin was followed to tho
cemetory by tho Burgomaster, members
of tho City Council, the rector of tho uni
versity, members of tho ncadomlc scnato
and students' clubs carrying lings. Thu
coffin was hlddon under masses of
wreaths. Burgomaster Orell and Deputy
Schalk delivered orations at tho side of
After tho funeral crowds promenaded
the streets, singing German patriotic
songs, and 3000 porsons assembled on Ma
.rla Teresa street, where Deputies Borger
and Stoln dollvered inflammatory od
. dresses. Tho polloj interposed and tho
His Copper lines
Weil-Known Newspaper Man, Novel
ist and Promoter, in Financial
CHEYENNE, Wyo., Nov. 6. Foreclos
ure of( the subsidiary companies consti
tuting the Ferrls-Hnggorty properties
situated at Encampment, Wyo., will bo
mado by trusteo's sale on December 15.
The lmmcdlato cause of foreclosure, ao
stated In tho advertlsoment. Is tho de
fault of the last two semi-annual Interest
payments duo on the bond3.
Tho North American Copper company,
which Is tho name of tho company hold
ing the stock, was organized several
years ago to take over tho properties at
Wyoming which will now be sold by fore
closure. At the timo tho deal was con
summated It was announced that mil
lions would bo spent In tho development
of tho country.
Bondholders in East.
Willis George Emorson, newspaper man,
novelist and mining promoter, was said
to havo cleaned up several hundred thou
sand dollars for promoting tho deal. Tho
bends wero sold In nearly every large
city in tho country, but tho holdings are
mostly concentrated now in Pennsyl
vania. The Indebtedness of the companies
amounts to ;i,C00.000. The Emerson Elec
tric company, one of tho subsidiary com
panies, has a capitalization of JC0.000, and
tho other subsidiary companies are cap
italized at ilO.000 each. Tho amount of
securities In these companies which will
bo offered for salo Is as follows:
What Securities Are.
Nino thousand nlno hundred and nlno-ty-nlno
shares of the capital stock of
tho Encampment Waterworks company:
0993 shares of the capital stock of tho
Encampment Smoltlng company; 3M3
shares of tho capital stock of tho En
campment Tramway company; 939;'. shares
of the capital stock of tho Haggerty
Copper Mining company; shares of
tho capital stock of tho North Amorlcnn
MercantJIo company; 0593 shares of tho
capital stock of the Encampment Plpo
Line Ditch company; 0033 shares ot, tho
cnpltal slock of the Carbondalo Coal
There havo been hints of mismanage
ment of the companies' affairs for tho
past year and a half, but nono of tho
nttornoys would glvo any Information
concerning tho affairs. o
HINGED ON DOG'S JAIL.
Canine's Presence When Masked
Bandit Appeared Decided Case.
REDDING. Nov. a When a Jury in the
Superior court of Trinity county at Wca
vorvllle awarded Ah Get, a Chinaman, a
verdict of SSlfl.AZ against Charles Carr,
yesterday, ll virtually decided that tho
robbery committed at tho Carr mlno on
Trinity river by a masked highwayman
on September 13 last was a fake. In that
robbery tho Chinaman lost J507.-15 under
very peculiar circumstances. Carr had
Just had a settlement with him and had
stacked the coin upon tho table for Ah
Get to take. Ah Got had Just given a
receipt in full for tho money when a
masked robber entered and, with a re
volver, held Carr and Ah Got at bay,
took tho coin and mado his escape.
Tho Carr mlno Is at a lonely spot on
Trinity river, between Junction and Doug
las City, a singular place for a bandit to
appear at such an opportune moment.
The more Ah Got thought about the Inci
dent the less he thought It was a genuine
robbery. Ho brought a civil suit to re
cover the money stolen. That waH tho
caso decided yesterday. The Jury decided
that Ah Get was not only entitled to
which tho alleged bandit took, but
Interest from the dato of the hold-up.
Tho account of tho actions of a dog at
tho tlmo of the robbery was important
evidence. Ah Get testified that the Carr
dog always barked viciously when strang
ers camo upon the premises, but when
tho supposed bandit came tho dog was
frlondly and wagged his tall familiarly.
There will bo no criminal prosecution for
tho hold-up, as It Is believed that Justice
Is satisfied by Ah Got getting Judgment
for tho spoils of tho robbery with lnter
ert. Tho Judgment Is as good as coin,
for tho Carr mine Is a valuable one.
Father Killed by His Son.
DETROIT, Mich., Nov. C Edward
Howard, a pattern-maker, was shot and
killed at his homo hero today by his
son Arthur, aged 21. Tho elder Howard,
who had been drinking, attacked his
wlfo because she refused to glvo him
money for moro liquor Tho duugnter
camo to the mother's rcscuo. Howard
pinned them both to tho fioor and was
choking them when the son entered. The
son and mother assert that tho shooting
two Deputies fled to the station, whero
they took trains for Vienna to avoid ar
rest. Disorders wero renewed late this even
ing. A mob paraded the streets, whistling
and catcalling and throwing fireworks un
der the foot of tho horses of the gens
d'armos, who woro attempting to dispersa
them. Reinforcements for tho gens
d'nrmes finally arrived, scattered tho
rioters and closed the road to tho Imporlal
palace to all traffic.
"DOWN WITH AUSTRIA."
Students Create Disturbance That Re
sulted in Injury to Many.
MILAN, Nov. G. About 600 students to
day gathered In the center of tho city,
crying "Down with Austria!" ' and called
to tho balcony of hla hotel the Iniisbrunk
correspondent of 11 Corrloro, Delia Sorn,
who had Just arrived from that placo after
having been severely maltreated by Ger
mans. Subsequently four Germans who
we-e sitting in a cafe began singing "Tho
AVntch on tho Rhine." Requests thnt th'iy
censo met with furthor Insults, and fur
ther declarations that the Italians were
cowards, A fight with sticks ensued and
a number were Injured.. Tho police re
stored order. i i
COUNTRY SURE I
FOR ROOSEVELT I
314 of 476 Electoral I
Votes tor Him, I
Chairman Cortelyou Has No
Reason to Change His
Republicans Will Carry Every North-
ern State, With. Exception of
Maryland and Nevada.
NEW YORIC. Nov. G.-Goorgc B. Cortel
you, chairman of the Republican Nation- IH
al committee, made a brief statement to
night, reiterating hUi forecast of tho pre
vlous night on the result of the election.
"Ah a final forecast I sec no reason to
change my previous statement, and I ad
hire to that after receiving full reports
from all over the United States in the last
'orty-clght hours. I am satisfied that the
Republican candidates for President and
Vice-President will carry every Northern
Stato with tho posslblo exception of Mary- lfl
land and Nevada, and will not have'lcss
than 314 of the -176 votes in the electoral
DEMOCRATS ALSO CONFIDENT.
Think Parker Will Get 270 Votes in
NEW YORK, Nov. C The National IH
Democratic committee toda;. gavo out a
final statement for publication. It Is ad
dressed to the "Democratic and lndepcnd
cut voters" and reads in part as follows:
"This committee has concluUcd a na
tlonal canvhss In a manner. It believes, be
fitting tho dignity and Integrity of tho
American people. It has advanced no Im
aginative claims respecting results and
has not accepted for uec In the campaign
a singlo dollur from tho tariff-bred trusts.
whose exactions havo so greatly Increased
tho cost of every necessity of life and
which aro now contributing from their
gains great sums of money to perpetuate
"We have tho cheering Intelligence to
convey to all Democratic, independent and HBb
patriotic citizens thnt the most recont and HBb
thorough canvasses of tho doubtful States
arc absolutely convincing that Judge Par;- JHl
Iter will be elected.
"Fully appreciating the fact that with
Ing forty-eight hours the actual result will fl
be known, and Ucenly sensible of tho re- JHl
sponsiblllty wo assume, wo dcclaro our JBl
positive belief that the Democratic candl- JMa
dates will receive at least 270 votes In the
MANAGERS AJLERT TO LAST. jH
No Excitement and No Big Wagers,
but Both Sides Confident. v IH
NEW YORK, Nov C Thero was no ex- IJ
trcmo anxloly about political hcadquar- HBh
ters today, but the managers were alert HHJ
and watching tho close of die campaign
with great Interest. Tho Democratic Na- jH
tlonal commlttco Issued a statement
claiming with confidence the election of
Judge Parker and also making assertions
about tho campaign fund of the Repub-
Chairman Cortelyou, although shown a
copy of the statement, would make no
comment further than to repeat the claim
made last night that Mr. Roosevelt would
have 31-1 votes In the electoral college. Tho
Democrats claim 270 votes.
About the hotels where politicians
usually gather and where great Interest IH
Is shown on the eve of an election, there IH
was tho samo quiet that has marked tho IH
progress of the canvass. IH
No Offers to Wager.
A few groups In cafes discussed the sit-
uation and expressed opinions on the r- H
suit, but thero wns no excitement nor of-
tors to wager any large sums, which has H
been a feature of previous elections.
Some opinions wero expressed by mem-
bors of tho different committees, their H
vlows bolng that the election would be a 1
landslide for the candldntn they support- 1
ed. The wldo difference In tho estimate) 1
of tho two committees and tho confidence ll
which the managers of both parties ex- H
pressed caused no little comment. H
There also was discussion upon the ll
newspnper polls, and they wore Indorsed
or discredited according to the party blno IH
of the person who gavo an opinion. jJ
Both committees received reports during H
tho day from nontenants In the field, and 1
both claimed that tho report boro out their H
predictions of success and caused theln.ro- H
spcctlve partisans to declare with in- H
creased confidence their bolluf In tho elec- H
tion of tho candidate thoy supported. H
Judge Parker, who closed his tour of H
speeches In Brooklyn Inst ovenlng. re- H
malned In New York until C o'clock, when H
he left for Esopus. During the evening ho H
was In consultation with tho Democratio H
managers horo concerning tho situation H
and developments of tho any. H
No special plans have been made by H
either commlttco for tomorrow, but they H
will be In close communication with party H
managers in tho debatable States and tho H
hist final suggestions for Tuesday's work H
will be made. H
SOLID FOR ROOSEVELT. IH
Old-Tlmo Quay Pluralities for Ropub
lican Ticket in Pennsylvania.
PHILADELPHIA, Nov. C About thu
only Interest In the national and Statu
tickets In Pennsylvania Is as to tho slzo
of the Republican plurality. Republican
State Chairman Puurotjo predicts a plu-