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I 10 THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SUNDAY MORNING-, OCTOBER 25, 1908. M
I , News ol the Mtermoimtaln Reglofi
If HOUSING AMERICAN
.; . MEETING AT MERGUR
! Attendance Is Flattering and
I the Speakers Aro Well
Special to The Tribune-
a MERCUR. Out. '2-i. A. largely-at-
tended 3nd enthusiastic American party
rally was held at the opera houso in
this city this evening. The staee vvas
artistically and appropriately decorated
with flacs and bunting and music was
furnished by tho Juvenile baud of
The principal addresses were deliv
ered by I. W. Wiley and A. J. Weber
of Salt Lake. The speakers were given
close attention and wore frequently ap
plauded. One of tho interested lis
teners was Bishop Moss of tho Alercur
, -ward of tho Mormon church.
Mr. Wiley discussed tho interference
in politics bv the Mormon church lead
ers and demonstrated tho injury that
had therebv boon wrought, not only to
tho stato at large, but to tho Mormon
people as well. He also told the peo
ple of Mercur that this was tho tirst
time that they had had an opportunity
to vote an American tiaket, when their
voto would count, and he urged them
to do their duty.
A. J. Weber delivered ono 01 his char
acteristic addresses, in which he went
into the methods pursued by the leaders
of the Mormon church in matters po
litical. He also discussed the object and
aims of the American party and de
clared that the success or the party
meant much to the people of Utah.
Both Bpcakors had something to say
of the Smoot "Mouth" and its dis
I Bingham Brevities
Special to The Tribune.
BINGHAM. Oct. 24. Postmaster C. H.
tjiu-.o i.nc fnnn tn Loa Ancolos. taking
ITkUs. Roberts, who has been seriously
111 for some time. . .
Don Thompson, formerly of Bingham.
1 nut now with the United btates Land
I company, was hero during the week.
I : II. 5. McCnnn of Salt Lake, candidate
lor itjorosentatlve on the American party
ticket," wa in vamp Monday.
Rev. G. II. Talbot of tho Methodist
!iurch held services In Uppor Bingham
- birred "it. Peters of New Orleans was in
Bingham this week. .
' - ."Uri. James Guyetto of American Fork
'was In camp this week visiting' her hus
band, who is employed by the Independ
ent Telephone company.
P. J. Traverce of Highland Boy left
Tuesdav for Denver, Kansas City. Chi
cago and other eastern centers,
rl. D. Perrlng of Philadelphia, Pa., w&3
-!n camp on mining business this week.
Mrs. Fred Beiuls entertained at whist
Tnesdny evening. Five tables were In
lly and beautiful prizes were award od.
i Whinors were Mrs. C. E. Addorly and
Ml Louise Berry and Messrs. v.
Gannon and Fxunk Strlngham. Among
thote present were Messrn. and Mesdamcs
W. S. Gannon, F. Strlngham. E. 15. Dud
ley. C. E. Adderly. S. L. Countryman. W.
Ward. A. Mayer. W. M. Balrd, Miss ess
C Hocking. I.. Berry. Macklnson. Loulso
Dudley and Mrs. V. H. ZIon, Messrs.
W. T. ISjtrle, E. D. Kramer and Dan
, Ooakley. ,
' 0. M. StofTord and J. R. Squires of
Cleveland. Ohio, who are Interested In the
Tellunde-Colorado. were In camp last
C. K. Avery of Chicago was In Bing
J. E. Dow. formerly cashier of tho
Bingham Stale bank, was In camp this
week shaking hands with old friends.
Al Berger of Salt Lake was In Bingham
during the week.
Sib Freeman and Lee Pccry of Salt
Lake have' established a messenger and
package delivery system In Bingham,
,-mc.thjng the camp has never had. It
Is a great help to the business men
Louis Boltana. the -Italian who was
. t-uffocated In the Silver Shield mine Tu.es-
' day, was burled Saturday. Rev. Mr. Gil
pin officiated. Interment was at Bing
The Bingham high school students gave
a delightful card party at the Canyon
Hall opera house this week. Refrosh
- ments wme served in abundance.
J.' E. McGinty, A, J. Charon. Fred
Matthews, J. B. Moreton and C. J. Crab
tree, American party representatives,
vero in camp several days this week.
' Dr. A. Hollander, who has been In the
flnig business here for a number of years,
told out his Interests in Bingham and
txill return to Germany, sailing from
.Tew York' next week.
I MURRAY NEWS NOTES 1
-Special to The Tribune.
' MURRAY. Oct. 24. Mrs. E. S. Grif-'
fip.an aged woman of Murra', met
with' a very painful accident yester-
day. She was standing on a chair in
the act of winding tho clock, when she
becamo overbalanced and foil to the
floor, alighting on her back. Sho was
picked ur unconscious and medical aid
. was hurriedly summoned. Dr. Robert
ton responded, and, after examining tho
unfortunate woman found that she was
i injured internally. It is not yot known
whether her injuries will prove fatal
"Funeral services over tho remains of
F. Erekson, tho aged man who died Fri
day of old age, will ba held from the
. Second ward chapel Sunday at 12
o'clock. Bishop Erekson will officiate
at the services. Interment will be mado
at the Big Cottonwood cemetery.
I Tho famous Mautss triplets of Murray
, . have now reached their eighth birthday.
' They were eight years ola Friday. They
started to attend the public schools
1 "when they were seven, and at tho pres
ent time are in the first grado. Re
ports from tho school are to the offect
that they are exceptionally bright pu
yjils. The recent storms have been playing
havoc with tho crops in this vicinity.
They have nut a stop to all threshing.
Fall grain that is sown is up and look
ing fine. Lots of luccrn haB been spoiled
as the ground is too sticky. The beet
j crop is now being transported to the
i cars as fast as they are dug from the
7Jfc, 'f PAEK CITY OEES. $
M, If Special to The Tribune X
i. PARK CITY. Oct. 24. Tho ore
shipments from this city for tho
week ending October 2.4 were as -j
j follows, in pounds: .
V Daly Judge 5S1.000 !
4- Silver Kins 1,017.060 4.
Daly West 1,150,000 -f.
'(( T -r 1
jl '.' Total 3.648,080 - i
TEMPORARY OFFICE, CORNER TWENTY-FIFTH STREET AND
WASHINGTON AVENUE, UNDER OGDEN STATE BANK. TELE
PHONE 111; OFFICE HOURS 8 A. M. TO 10:30 A. M., 0 P. M. TO S P. M.
FREIGHT CAR RQBBEHS
HAVE NOVEL METHOD
Scheme is Discovered at Ogden
and Thefts Will be
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDEN, Oct. 24. A novel method
of robbing freight cars has just been
brought to light in this city. Rocently
thoro has been considerable complaint
of merchandise being stolen from cars.
Most of tho cars from which tho goods
had been taken aro refrigerator cars, in
which fruit from California and tho
J West had been shipped cast and ro
I turned with various kinds of merchan
dise. Au examination by railroad de
tectives 6hows that the robbers havo
been in tho habit of entering tho re
frigerator dopartment used to storo ico
to preserve fruit in transit. Armed
with uippors, the' cut tho wiro which
separates the ico cell from tho re
mainder of the car, and aftor plunder
ing around, take what thov can conven
iently carry through tho aperaturo
The seals to all of tho cars thus
robbed aro found intact, and for somo
time it was a puzzle to the railroad offi
cials to determine how tho mcrchandiso
hnd boon stolen. These expert car
1 robbers aro believed to work in pairs.
While one stands gunrd at the entrance
of the ico box entrance, the other lights
a candle and deliberately goes through
the freight in the" car while the train j
is in motion, choosing what ho likes
from the assortment of freight found.
The goods stolon arc probably disposod
of to "fences" in larger cities.
ASSAULT OX O'COXNOR
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDEN, Oct. 24. In police court
Saturda morning tho dark and mys- (
terious secret connected with the as- j
sault mado upon D. O'Connor, an aged
native of tho Emerald Isle, was cx- ,
plained bv James Richards, who was
arrested Friday night and accused of
striking the old man.
Richards declared that ho was stand
ing in tho doorway of his lodging
house and heard somo men talking
about robbing him. As ho had already
lost some money at tho hands of thieves
since ho arrived in tho city, lie says
he wa3 determined -to frustrate any
further otTort-6 on tho part" of any ono
to deplete his treasury.
A few moments ajtcr the conversa
tion between the men had been heard,
they disappeared.- and O'Connor
stumbled along with an over-supply of
liquor. Richards says ho thought this
was ono of tho men coming to rob him,
aud ho struck the old man in tho head
with his shoe, inflicting a gash four I
inches long in tho top of his head.
.Tudgo Murphy accepted tho explana
tion and dismissed both men.
Licensed to Marry.
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDEN. Oct. 24. A license to marry
was issued by the county clerk Satur J
day to flcnry E. Chamberlain and Susit
M. Jensen, both of Pleasant View. I
DEMOCRATIC RALLIES IN
THE TINTIC DISTRICT
Special to The Tribune.
EUREKA, Oct. 21. Three Democratic
ralllles, which, in each instance were
largely attended, took place In this sec
tion of the state today, the speakers be
ing Jesse William Knight. Democratic
nominee for governor. David Evans, Ed
ward Pike, B. M. C. Stott and MaJ. Sam
At 2 o'clock in the afternoon there was
a rally In tho Mammoth opera house at
Mammoth, at which James Hutchinson,
chairman of the Democratic committee of
that place, presided. Tho speakers wore
Jesse Wlllam Knight, David Evans and
At 5 o'clock In the afternoon the pnrty
left for Silver City, W.icre anothor rally
look place In the Silver City Pavilion.
The speakers there were Candidate
Knight. David Evans and B. M. C. Stott.
The campaigning party arrived in this
city at S:15 o'clock tonight, accompanied
by the Mammoth band, and wcro met by
a large delegation of citizens headod by
the Eureka band.
The line of march was up to the Odd
Fellows hall, and several hundred people
had to be turned away, as there was not
room to accommodate- them.
Joseph Phillips presided over the meet
ing and Introduced the speakers. Thev
I were former Mayor II. V. Gear, who ex
tended a greeting to the visitors; MaJ.
Smu King. Salt Lake: Edward Pike,
Mr. Knight and B. M. C- Stott.
The Provo quartette was present at
each of the throo rallies and rendered
somo pleasing campaign songs.
Park City News.
Special to The Tribune.
tPARK,.,CITY' 0ct' 2i. Last evening
at tho Miners' Union hall the ladles of
Silver Spray lodge, Degree of Honor,
gave an entertainment and banquet In
honor of Mrs. F. M. Kcmscy, who is the
deputy superior chief of honor in thl3
state. During the evening a class of
twenty-one was Initiated by the presid
ing officers. Mr.s. Kemsey addressed tho
meeting in a very pleasing way and
complimented the ladles on their advance
ment. An elaborate banquet was served,
at which Mrs. O'llarn, tho presiding
officer, In a timely and well chosen
speech presented Mrs. Kemsey with a
The many friond3 of Mrs. J. D. Durkln
will bo grieved to learn that the lady la
again confined to hor home with an at
tack of heart trouble.
Judgo Waters had a busy time yester
day trying to straighten out a row be
tween Fred Callaway and Frank Rtck
ery. Gallaway assaulted Rlckery and was
arrested and fined $15. which he failed
to pay. and as a result ho will bo a
guest of tho city for fifteen daya. Galla
way In tum swore out a warrant against
Rlckery for disturbing the peace. He
was discharged by Judge Waters for lack
Hondry Is Substituted.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN. Oct. 21. At a meeting of the
cntral committee of the American parly
of Weber county, tonight. Michael N.
Hendry was nominated na county com
missioner for the four-year-tcrm to till
the vacancy caused by tho withdrawal of
George A. Craig.
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JENNIE LIND IS HELD
ON ACCOUNT OF CIIECKS
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDEN. Oct. 2-1. A woman giving her
name as Jennie LInd Is being detained at
tho pollco station ponding an Investiga
tion Into three checks which sho Is al- I
logod to havo passed In this city, aggre
gating 5120. which wcro aftorwnrds found '
to be worthless. She oxcusea her conncc- '
tlon with tho affair by declaring that a
man whom she knew, but whose namo
the pollco refuse to dlvulgo. gavo her tho
chocks to cash, representing that, they
were worth their face value.
Ono of the checks was passed on C. D.
Ivos. a local clothier, and another at a
millinery store. The pollco got onto tho
game Just bofore the departure of tho
couple from this city. Thoy succeeded In
arresting tho woman, but tho man took a
westbound train this aftornoon. It Is
believed that ho will bo captured, how
over. Three Bultcascs In the possesion of tho
oouule are being held at tho station, and
their contents will be examined Sundav.
It Is understood that the couple havo
been living together In this city for some
ALLEGED DOPE FIENDS
ARE BEFORE COURT
Speclnl to Tho Tribune.
OGDEN. Oct. 24. A trio of alleged
"hop-heads" furnished the chief at
traction at tho polico court matinco
Saturday. Wing Leo, the Oriental
charged with maintaining tho place
where tho seductivo smoke was inhaled,
tailod to put in his apnearauce, thcroby
lorfciting his bail of $25.
Elln B. Lancaster, a ncgrcss, nnd
Bert Jacobs, of tho same rnco. were
present, charged with resorting to the
place. Tho negress" said sho was not
guilty, but Jacobs boldly admitted his
vice, declaring that he had whilcd away
many hours with Dame Opium for tho
past fifteen years, and that ho had a
right to do so. Both casos woro continued.
Bound For Italy.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN, Oct. 24. Bound for thoir
homes in sunny July,, almost a solid
trainload of swarthy-skinned Italians
passed through this city Saturday from
San I-raucisco. Passage will bo taken
for their native land at New York.
Most of thoso in tho party aro laborers,
who have reccutly been supplanted on
tho railroads and other public works bv
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN, Oct. 24. Tho funeral ser
vices over the remains of voting Marvin
S. iaylor. who took his own life at tho
Hoaly hotel Thursday night, will bo
held from the family residence, 44G
Seventeenth street, at 2 o'clock Sundav
POPULAR PROVO MAN
IS SEVERELY INJURED
Special to The Tribune.
PROVO. Oct. 24. Charles Giles, travel
representative of the Provo branch of the
Z. C. M. I., was severely injured at Walls
burg this aftornoon. As the Heber train
was pulling out of the station. Mr. Giles
In eonie way fell from a car. and his
right ankle wn3 broken. So bad waa tho
break that the hones protruded through
As soon as possible after the accident
Mr. Giles was brought to. Provo and
taken 10 the gcncial nospltaJ. whero his
Injuries wero attended to. Dosplto the
seriousness of the fracture, physicians aro
of the opinion that the foot can be saved.
. Mr. Giles Is a brother of W. F. Giles,
I chairman of the Democratic, county com
mittee, and Is a widely known and pop
ular young man.
FALLS FROM ORE CAR
AND BREAKS HIS ARM
Special to The Tribune.
PARK CITY. Oct. 24. Samuel Daniels,
an employee of the Ontario mines of this
place, while going through one of tho
mlno tunnels, Saturday afternoon, fell
I from an eloctrlc car upon which ho was
rlulng and broke his right arm In two
Tno Injured man waa removed to tho
Miners hospital, and reports from his
bedsldo this evening were that ho was
resting as comfortably as could bo expected.
Provo News Notoi
Special to Tho Trlbuno.
PROVO, Oct. 24. Tho Intermountaln
Republican, better known as tho Smoot
"Mouth." has been given a still more
appropriate namo by a prominent Provo
business man and hereafter the paper
will bo known and designated horo as the
Sheriff Harmon has received tho fol
lowing telegram in icfercnco to tho man
arrested al Helper a few day3 ago and
brought to the county Jail here, whero
he Is being held for the Omaha ofTlccra
on a charge of attempting to murdor a
"Omaha, N'eh., Oct. 23.
"Jesso M. Harmon, Sheriff Raffacll
Vatalaro Identified, hold him; officers
start tomorrow morning.
"J. J. DONAHUE,
"Chief of Pollco."
Funerals at Murray.
Special to The Tribune,
MURRAY, Oct 2-L Tho funeral over
the remains of Leroy, tho young son of
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Anderson, -who
died, nt his homo In this city Friday, will
bo held from tho South Cottonwood meet
ing house Sunday at 2 o'clock.
Funoral services over tho remains of
Ilyrum Hill, who died at Tooele last
week, were held from tho Mill Creek ward
houso today at 2 o'clock. Bishop Ham
ilton officiated at die services. Those
who delivered addresses wero Bishop Mc
Crca of Granger. V. L. Gill of Cache
and Bishop Hamilton. Music for tho oc
casion was furr-shed by tho Mill Creek
wurd choir. Interment was mado at tho
Mill Creek cemetery.
1BR1GHAM CITY NOTES
J Special to Tho Tribune.
BRTGHAM CITY. Oct. 24. Fridav
evening the second -year high schoo'l
students wcro entertained at the homo
of Miss Lois Potors. Singing and mu
sic wcro indulged in and the evening
w10 one of pleasure from start to fin
ish. Tho guests wcro served an ovslor
supper. Those present were: Misses
Louise Berg, Clivo Jensen. Ethol Ilig
ley. Grace McMastcr, Yula Cooper,
Delta Coio, Florence Compton, Ethel
Ward, Lavin Kortli, Ruth Korth, Alico
t Morrison, May Isaacson nnd Lois
Potors, and Messrs. Abo .loscphson,
Vance Tingoy, Willio Phillips, Cleon
Burt, Loland Dewey, Norman Jensen
and Perry Peters.
Wednesday evening Mr. and Mrs.
Ajsel Christenscn entertained in honor
pr Mr. Christenson 's seventy-second
birthday. A sumptuous supper was
served the guests. The evening wan
spent in games, social conversation and
music. fhoso present were Mr. and
Mrs. Axel Christenscn, Mrs. Ingrid
Christenscn. Mr. and Mrs. E. II. Morris,
Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Christenscn and
family. Mrs. Annio B. Johnson, Mrs.
Vivca Peterson, Mrs. Frod Peterson, tho
Missos Ingcrborg Oleson and L. Peter
son and Mr. Alfred Johnson.
Saturday aftornoon Mrs. Norman
Leo gave a children's party in honor of
I her daughter Rhoda's birthdny. About
twcnt3'-lour guests wcro present.
; Dainty refreshments were sorvod. The
. afternoon was spent in playing games, I
ending with an auto rido. which the
children enjoyed very much.
I Tho religion class stnko officers gave
a social in the Third ward meeting
house Saturday evoning in honor of tho
stake workors who had come to this
city , to attend tho convention. About
120 guests woro present. A choico pro
gramme, consisting of solos, readings,
music and speeches, was rendered.
Dainty refreshments consisting of ico
cream, cake, saudwiches and grapes,
Oscar D. .Tanson, accompanied by his
sisters, Florence nnd May. returned
from his ranch in Blacksmith Fork can
yon Thursday afternoon.
u. vj. .icnscu 01 uewcyvuie visitcu in
this city Thursday.
W. II. Rowo ot Corinne was in Brig
ham on business this week.
Mcsdamos Wynn L. Eddy and Arthur
TruclEon went down to Manti Tuesday
as delegates from tho Ladies Auxiliary
of this city to tho Woman's Federation
Mr. and Mrs. John IT. Forsgon and
family from Elwnod visited relatives in
this city this week.
Mrs. Enoch Ivorson nnd children from
Boar River City aro the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Ralph Jensen.
E. W. Dunn went up to Idaho Falls
I-riilay to look over mining properties.
Mrs. Moroni Mortcnscn camo in from
Willow Creck"Grovo farm Tuesday to
visit friends here.
N. P. Sorcnson visited in Ogden
W. L. Eddy mado a business trip to
Salt Lako Wodnosdaj'.
Mrs. Rav Evans and Ann Vlrml nrn
visiting in Logan this wock, tho guests
of Mr. and Mrs. W right Evans.
William F. King of Garland was vis
iting in Brigharn Wednesday.
Mr3. .Tamos Knudson visited friends
in Ogdcn Saturday.
Miss Lottie Jensen of Salt Lake is
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ncls Jensen.
J. D. Call mado a business trip to
R. C. Fryer of Dcwcyville visited in
this city luosdny.
Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Knudson nre
spending tho week in Logan, tho guests
of their son Warren, who is attending
Mrs. W. C. Richards and sons, of
Fielding, nre tho guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Adolph Madson and family.
B. C. Call was visiting in Rich county
the earlv pnrt of tho week.
Mrs. M. C. Ilicdcmark of Park Val-loj-,
who tindorwont an operation a few
months ago. has returned to her home
muclr improved in health.
TAFT CLUB MEMBERS
ALL AFTER OFFICES
Special to The Tribune.
PROVO. Oct. 24. A short time ago tho
! Republicans of Provo organ'zed a Taft
club with a membership of thirteen, and
I each one of the members was a nominee
j for office or wn3 already holding an oflleo.
Tho same men met again this evening
and perfected what they call a "Republi
can league." Just who they wish to get
In league with Is not stated, but It has
been suggested that they "lcaguo" with
the liquor dealers.
Elmor 13. Corfmnn, candidate for dis
trict Judgo on the Democratic ticket hero,
has Just returned from a campaign trip
through Uintah county. Mr. Corfmnn
I says he was well received by the people
I and everything logics favorable for tho
Democratic state and Judicial tickets.
HOHDIGA WILL OPEN
IEV COLOU THEATER
Boxes and Divans Will Be Auc
tioned Off to Highest Bidder
Tho new Colonial theater will open on '
Novembor 15 and Nordica will bo the
star who will shine upon that occasion, j
The management will auction the
boxos nnd divans for tho opening, tho
highest bidder, of course, getting first
Work is boing pushed now in a most
rapid manner. Tho decorators will bo
at work this week and the chairs placed
in position, so that thcro is no ques
tion but Salt Lake's now play houso
will open on tho date named.
Tho Colonial will be one of tho pret
tiest theaters in the west, all the latest
irnprovemont8 for the comfort and con- ,
venienco of the patrons having boon so- '
cured, and it will bo the most modern, ; (
up-to-dato playhouse in the country. I
TAFT'S LAST DAY !
IN KERN'S STATE
Continued from Pago One.
victim of Judge Rick 's injunction. TIo
worked on the Lako Shore and refused
to accept freight from the Ann Arbor i
station, preferring to stand by secret j
rulo No. 12. IIo was sentenced to jail,
although his confinement was but a
formality. Tho Brotherhood supported
him for sis years after thnt. Then tho
Lako Shoro roinstatcd him, and he is
i j New Modes in Miffiirm
I 'jm As rePresentecl at our parlors are regarded by falB
I ' mmM ionab,e lac,ies as the' criterion for proper dress' Therlffl
1 fiwlW a,ways an air of e,egance about our millinei'y In
1 I mk There was so keen an interest shown ali last weeklB
j I our SPECIALS that we have decided upon a very
1 P5 0ur trmmers have spent the last fev days 011 the p9
I JfS tiest hats of the season every hat worth from $12K
I m up' The prettiest styles trimmings in ostrich plumeBI
I "P fect' Also the Maribou piumetlle- latest ew- vfl
YOUR CHOICE MONDAY FOR $8.5(11
I Our line of hair goods and novelties is the most extensive in the ciB
j MILLINERY 116 MAIN STREET 9
now running a passenger cngino be
tween Elkhart nnd Toledo.
Ilo said, in presenting Judgo Taft:
"I Bhnll not only voto for Judgo
Taft. but I am doing all I can to aid
in his canvass. I havo been working j
for him over since tho beginning of tho
Recalls Somo History.
Referring to Mr. Lcnnon and tho
railway workmen in general, Judge Taft
said to his Elkhart audience:
"I am vorv much obliged to Mr. Lcn
non for introducing mo to this audi
ence, because thcro was a time, a num
ber of years ago. when Mr. Lcnnon nnd
I had somo differences; that is, I did
not have thorn, but a judgo on tho
bench with mo had. and now. as wo
look back to that time, I think Mr.
Lcnnon and T agree on tho principles
that ought to apply between railway
employer and railroad employees, and (t,
showed a broad, liberal. ' intelligent
spirit on the part of Mr. Lonnon to in
troduce me hero and to take tho stand
that he is in favor of tho Republican
ticket nooct Novembor.
"What I want to speak about is rail
way labor in its controversy. Ono of
tho things that seems to mo to portend
good in this country is the fact that
railway laborers and the railway orders
arc convinced that except with refer
ence to the division of dividends and
wages the interests of the railwav cm
ployco and the interest of tho railway
employer are identical, nnd that thov
havo the right and that thev ought, in
order to look after their interests, to
unite in policies to sec that a squar
deal is given in tho treatment of rail
ways and that unjust legislation against
ra'lroads should meet their condemna
tion ns much as it docs thnt of tho
stockholders and officers of the rail
road. When wo have that calm, delib
erate conclusion, a sensible ono. reached
by tho railwav orders, wo may know
that labor and capital aro coining to
gether on common grounds and that it
must work for the benfit of tho public
Night Speech at Gary.
In his speech at Gary tonight, Judge
Taft talked ou the bank deposit
guarantee question, and made a gen
eral reference to the tariff and pros
This afternoon tho candidato yras
entertained in his car by Indiana cam
paign songs, sung by four young ladies
Northern Indiana nnd Chicago con
tributed to the enlivenment of tho new
industrial city of Garv tonight. The
town, which is built by the United
States Steel corporation, is declared to
bo Republican beyond question, be
cause of the tariff protection afforded
Mr. Taft launched at onco into a
tariff argument, making it cloar that
the party was pledged to a revision
of tho tariff on protection lines.
"The proposition that the party has
been debauched by contributions bv the
corporations is most absurd," declared
tho candidate with a smile.
"I am in a position to know that
thero is not enough campaign funds to
debauch any party or any bodv of men.
And I wa,nt to suggest right 'here that
if you are looking for a good charity
in which to deposit your surplus cash,
the .Republican cause furnishes a most
Wlieu Mr. Taft expressed confidence
of his election he was wildly cheered,
and cries of "your all right, Bill
you'll yet there," camo from all
quarters of the hall.
Mr. Taft discussctl his position on
labor, and receivod hearty commenda
tions. The Taft special loft Gary for
New York at 10:30 o'clock tonight
and will reach that city at 4:30 o'clock
GAMBLERS WIN OUT
IN ELECTION AT RENO
TIEN'O, Nov., Oct. 21. Reno demon
strated today that gambling liau too
Btrong a hold to bo drlvrn out bv ;i
short fight, such as tho Anti-Gambling
league has waged, and that long and
careful preparation will be necessary to
kill Uie vice. The proposed ordlnanco to
oust gambling from tho city was de
feated at a special flection hold here to
day by n vote of 1770 against 1210 for
n majority of fifiG. Tho business men
generally socm satisfied over the out
come. Tho merchants fear that driving
out tho gambler means Injury to busi
ness. This sentiment hnd much to do
with defeating the ordinance. Anothor
strong argument of the gambling fra
ternity was that throwing the games out
of Hono would drive tho gumblor lo an
other Js'ovada town, giving a rival munic
ipality tho revenue derived from licensing.
Made-up overcoats, trousers, suits
tailor-mndo. Big saving. Daniels. 'J
I QUIET BEFORE WHIRLWIND if'
GLOSSING REPUBLICAN CAWPAIGlk.
NEW YORK, Oct. 21. The quiot
which prevailed at Republican national
and stato headquarters in this city to
day is the calm preceding the political
whirlwind wh'ch is to strike this re
gion next week. For tho first time in
two weeks thero were today no promi
nent callers at cither headquarters.
Chairman Hitchcock will return Mon
day morning from Chicago in timo to
meet Mr. Taft before the latter 's de
parture for New Haven, where ho will
speak at noon. Rcturnig, Mr. Ta'ft will
talk at Portchester at 3:05 p. m., com
ing immediately afterward to this city
for his tour of Brooklyn on Monday
evening IIo will address four meet
ings in that city.
Br side the big Republican meetings in
Brooklyn Monday and in Mnnhattan
Wednesday, next week will witness still
another gathering in New York that is
expected to provo interesting. This will
bo a co'lcge mass meeting at Carnegie
hall on Friday night. One of the speak
era will be ox-Governor Frank S. Black I
of New York. .Senator Dolllru JtWP
Edmund Wctmorc, John L.GriffitKi?
Secretary Straus of the dcpartajfca
commerce and labor will be theJLw
Representatives of the different
nnd universities are co-opcratio2TM
the committee of the RcpablieaZfc"
and the Republican College leag!Bi "
der whoso auspices the mcotiniB
Comes Out for Taft f
RICHMOND. Va.. Oct. 24. C o
Francis Adams, scholar, author, U rfte'je
and business man, spoke tonight li lH
opposition to Bryan and in api l
Taft. j .?
He severely criticised the "tl ?r
cal " administration of ?n
Roosovelt aud declared that ii i'.
tion of Tafc wou'd break the spell
tho election of Bryan would pi JJJ
worse dose of political medicine l Tm
sure the return of Mr. Roosevelt tifep
White Houso in 1012. ; itet'2
1 THE TRIBUNE'S DAILY FORM CKARTipf
SALT LAKE. Saturday, October 2, 130S. Eleventh day. Weathtr
track good. ymtW&i
Z'J FIRST RACE. Four and a half furlongs. Selling. Two-year-olds "S.'1
ward. Value to tlrst. $100. Wg"''
Index. Mor". Wt. St. Str. F. Jockey OmSi
30 Mlna 13aker 101 3 2 H 2 2 11 M. Xelson .. (-imlM
(52) Happy Chappy 09 -1 12 Ins 2 11 WU6n .. .. MflpN 4c
31 Sam G 101 5 -11 4 3 J P. Smith ... lEfcici
12 Gov. Orman lOi 2 5 5 4 5 Manders ....
(IS) Sir 'Preston 104 1 3 h 3 nk G Johnson .... Tt;
At post 3 minutes. Off at 2:13. Time. 1:013. lBfc
Balcer. place 1-4. show out. Chappy, place 3-5. show out. Sam G.. showteWjL.
Winner, ch. m. Fatherless-Auric. iBSirrJ
Scratched Duke of Oilcans. 'BSW
Start good, won easily, second same, third driving. ?Mrr
Baker's race a startling Improvement, took good going In stretch. ChappriBI'"
Sam Improving. Mat,1,
SECOXD RACE. Four and a half furlongs. Soiling. Thrcc-year-slHfe"1
" upward.- Value to first. ?100. Bkob
Index. Horse. WU Ft. j Str f! JnrfevThvrti
51 Black Domino 104 5 32 i 0 M NVlsonTT"!. t
30 J. V. Fuller 107 1 1 3 2 2 1J Powell 'E
3003 Plntonn .' 100 G 2 1 2 5 3 5 MninV ra .... -K.t'
13 Lndv Adelaide 10 1 j 42 5 3 4 3 Wallace .... '
41 Katie Cr'-ws 101 3 5 2 4 5 1 MBeth .... 'I'6t
39 Pr. Rowell 101 2 6 G C Wilson .. .. JM'W to
Kenchcata 100 Left Morse ... w
At post 4 minutes. Off at 3-10. Time. i:0H. jSn
Pomlno. pHco 1. show 1-2. Fuller, nlaco 7-10, show out. Platoon, show oatMing .
Winner. Ml:, f. Ethelbert-Dorothy O. fK&r
Start good for all hut Kenchcata. mt"Tr
Domino breezed. Fuller ran a nice race. Platoon went wldo In stretch. Si9fe
outclassed. - 'fFftHT
THIRD RACE. Five furlongs. Selling. Thrcc-vcar-olds and upward."; j
to first. $100.
Itic-V TInrp. y vrt Pt j str F -.Torl-ay. JgHm ,
V2 S",!rt(1 1,0 3 2h Ti rTMan'1crs .... PT
4i Bill Bagwell 00 2 11 2 13 jr NIson .. Ctt
Wist 104 4 4 3 2 3 2 Tl'ovd .'r'-
10 Salnrlda 104 1 3 15 i 5 4 WWh ....
4' Berlin 104 Left JBrndy .. - jS8
Balreed. place 7-10. show 1-3. Bauwcll. place 2, show 1. Wist, show 3-3. 'KTw
Winner, br. f. Balcrowan-T.llllan Reed. clifcini
Start good for all but Berlin. ifttoJeis
Balreed won easily. Bagwell run Improved raco. Wist an easy third. SAiM?.
no account at present. 'KVti
56 F?JTn7sV "lO?13' SIX rurlonss' Sclne- Three-year-olds and uptlRjjjji
Inrt-cx. "rc. Mt. st- j Str. V. Jockey. jff&ful
or7,.c7,n 107 4 n 14 r. Mor.e .. Til!!!!
44 Patriotic pit 2 2 ns 2 ns 2 3 Minders .... .Miffi
44 Mrs Nought in.( 1 3. 3 1Q 3 10 M Velson ,. 'BS a
3- Altalr 99 s , 4 4 Wilson .. Jyf,ty-ha
At post 5 mlnutr. Off nt 4:n2j. Time 1"' 'Skr
Western, place 1-3. show out. Patriotic. "i!nre 1-2. show out. N'eugcnt. shtgmpij
Winner, ch. h I-Tnndsomc-Tndenendonef Pay. xB Unit
Scratched-Slrhtlv. Taunt F. M. Nancy W. St
Start good. won eaMlv. second same
Wcstprn gallopod. Patriotic Improved over last race. N'ougcnt ran a tsiTPf
57 PItoTS-8t Afioo S0Ve" furlonss' SeIg. Three-year-olds and uPjRSjj
Imiov. i-inr-c. . m- SJ ""(Mrr'
A vlnc n 1 2 1 2 2 4 Manders .... 6Jli
51 TIand-Mc-Down 10? 3 5 1? fi 1 4 1 Brnrtv
7.? ..If 110 ' 2 1 3 1 5 3 wn.con ..
31 balpcarl ....107 5 4 2 4 j C, M. Nelson .. JSmMn
At post 5 minute. OOf at 4:3H. Time 1-7 .Ti.
Scratched Hinrl-M-Dnn. niack Dress. jfcfMl
rw?.(1- K10VV r(,BC, ,,,lc?.(1 th0 trao and won going awav. Recne mt MB
showed speed y' har(1 rldden all the waf ran a nice race.
58 SIflrIt!T $100?E' "e m"C' Sel,1"e- Three-year-olds and upward. jA 1
(r,l) Jack Palno i K '. ' , - .1" Vv 1 iTTaMK
(41) MnvottT. U0 5 "5 SI 34 Aguayo ..
J53 Shorldan.'. J ' S 4- 10 fjorS jM
At post 4 minutes. Oft at 5:05. Time. l-C" JWi
If&rrSfif g.onrwesa!IrMac ,,,aCC ' ,-5' 8how' 2- BcMflB'
Start good, won driving hard, third same Ci
?ft,nelngtlW0a1CClrnSlhf,,n ViaS J"" lasted. BoU "HH
spaed. alf dccont rlde- Bcldcn ran to form.