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THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 29, 1908. if
frjore Salt Lake Money for IN, G A.
!. A. IS BUSY
Si COLLECTING FINES
iffi. Chapman Is Held Up for
MfblSO and A. J. Clarke
gjff for $100.
of the National Cycling' huso
I are hnvlr.p much trouble with the
r9E riders In the cant regarding the
li&nii'nt of Its rules and the colloc
C4)f flues some of which were to be
ftd on th Installment plan.
fit, jhcpn wlvctl from the oast nay
aJolui M. Clmpnian Ihih been fined
an Jlifor holding A. .1. Clarke nut of the
a -It "Jlttlo nlx-duy race" In Now 'Vork.
'Tlwiat Clarke has btvn indefinitely huh
ar Vd pending the payment of a $100
jprt of which has hoen collected,
ry if? Powers, promoter of bicycle race
4 -atdl'on Fqunr Garden, has also been
acd to pav Chapman $3-10 for Clarke's
. Kes at the garden, rowers refused
itr this amount, claiming that Chap-
tfFallowcd Clarke to ride at Newark
jfct Frank Kramer after signing up
V4jCr Eck, w)io Is the oldest bicycle
VJr, manager, etc.. In the buslncK
will not bo allowed to act a
Xe at any more meets which he pro-fjiihlmaclf.
IfiiOIiZ AXD THOMPSON
WILL FIGHT TONIGHT
'r I'nholz and Cyclone Thompson
awiect In a twenty-five-round boxing
kt Thursday night In San FranclMco.
mcn are well known to Salt Lake
H)Kden sports and the outcome, will
Ttched with Interest. It will ho the
kd meeting of the, men. Thompson
secured a decitdon over the lloer
previous light on a foul. The con
JWa held nt Ogden.
JmpBon weighed 138 pounds Tues
W nd his many friendn arc wondering
.f' ho Is going to make weight. Thomp
fl mya he can caally dry out without
'y to himself and will be able to hiil
Ttho acalOH at 133 pounds at 6 o'clock
D -.evening. .
iilNS WILL RETIRE
AFTER JOHNSON MILL
wirnv Burns Is training consclcntlous
jrjhls light with Jack Johnson In An
)x Burns says that tho light with
IffSolored man la absolutely his laat.
' JUl&te will retire an unbeaten cham--?ABlhe
same as .lames .(. Jeffries.
Is the only fighter that has traveled
fljd the world, beating all comers, and
jlprobably made more money In tho
Yfjftlmo he has been champion than
A,ther fighter In the business. He
UxiMcured large purses In all his con
itfOJlland will pull down $30,000. win,
swr draw, In his fight with John-
$Am flghl will take place next month
lydny. and Burns says he will bo
"to defeat his colored opponent.
hiSSLEV WILL LEAVE '
I CHICAGO UNIVERSITY
SICAGO. Oct. 28. A football nensa
i.jjof the first magnitude was sprung
SUltil maroon camp yesterday, when
,,3Ky; the big right tackle of tho Chl
tffikteam. deserted "Stagg'n squad."
kstar llncmiiu refused to como out
"Srnctlce, declaring himself through
'apt he maroons because of what ho
JJTcfl to have been a humiliation vls
. -ipon him by Coach Stagg.
JJey's defl followed his resenting of
Juwich's act In shifting him from hia
IIS Ear right tackle position In Monday's
aico. Coach Stagg gave Kulk the po
.ajtln scrimmage and KHley left Mar-
Shield believing himself misjudged.
,"ld of Joining In yesterday's practice
HQUkiounced that ho would have no more
g3wlth tho team and that he would
jftho university at tho end of the
;1 PACIFIC LEAGUE '
j Willis Invincible.
SAN FRANCISCO. OcL 2S. The re-
markable pitching by Willis for the locals I
J today shut out the visitors by a -score :
' of to 0. Oakland secured ten hits from
Wllllf, but waa unable to mako any of
them tally. B. H. 1J.
San Francisco 6 H 1
Oakland 0 10 1
Batteries Willis and Berry; l.oucka and
! , Hitting Streak,
LOS ANGELAS, Oct. 2S. Portland de:
feated the locals today by a score of
to 1. Wheeler, who started to pitch for
Los Angeles, was replaced by Kocstncr In
the first Inning nfter two rutin had been
secured. The first ball thrown by Kocst
ncr was hit for a single, scoring the third
run of tho Inning. !
Portland ' ij -
Los Angeles 1 , 4
Batteries Groom nnd Frobcs; heeler,
Kocstner and Murray.
Long Shot .Wins.
NEW MARKET. Eng.. Oct. 28 The
Cambridgeshire stakes for three-yoar-olds
and upwards was won today by a rnnk
; outsider, the Duke of Devonshire s Mar- ;
, covll. at 50 to 1.
I Mathowson in Politics.
NEW YORK, Oc t. L'S. -"Christy" Ma -thowaon,
the famous pitcher of the iew
! York National league baseball team, will
be one of the speakers at a Democratic
mass meeting In the twenty -third assent- .
blv district tonight. John J. Hayes, wln-
I ne'r of the Marathon race at London, and
a number of other members of tho Amer
ican Olympian team, will occupy scats
1 on the platform.
11 VARSITY FOOTBALL 1
! On account of the recent unfortunato j
! accident In the Utah Agricultural college
I Golden football game, which resulted In I
I the death of Thomas Evans of tho Aggie
! team, tho game scheduled between Logan
nnd the University of Utah for election
day has been definitely called ofT. The
authorities at the local school have de
clded to leave Saturday. Novomber i.
open for tho Loganltea. If the latter de
cide that they care to play.
Coach Maddock talked with Walker of
the A. C. over the telephone Wednesday. ;
and the latter said that the atheltlo
1 council would not meet until Friday and
, that not until then would It be known
I whether or not the Aggies can complete
. their schedule this year. He said, how
ever, that In case It was decided to
play the season out. they would be, glad
to accept the date suggested by Maddock.
I In case tho game Is played on that date
It will take place- on Cummlngs Hold
Instead of at Logan, where the olccUon
day game was scheduled.
In order that his ranks may not bo
i thinned at some unexpected and lnoppor
I tune moment bv the eligibility specialists
Coach Maddock of the varsity football
squad has Issued a proclamation doing
away with all practice for the remainder
of the week. Tho men will be expected
to keep In rigid training and will con
tinue to eat at the training table.
Races at Latonia.
CINCINNATI, Oct. 2S. Latonia re
sults: First race, five furlongs Wlntcrgrcen
won. Zeola second. Anne McGco third.
Time. 1.00 1-5.
Second nice, five and a half furlongs
IT..M. Green won. Alice second, Sorrow
j ful third. Time, 1.07.
1 Third race, seven furlongs Ray TI.
! won, Ludhlnna second. Be Brief third.
Time. 1:27 3-:..
' Fourtli race, mile and a furlong
J Kerchcval won. Honesty second, Lady
, Baldur third. Time. 1:53 1-5.
Fifth raoe, six furlongs Bonarl won.
Enlist second, Grcsham third. Time.
Sixth race, mile and a sixteenth
Raleigh won, Brancas second, Albert Star
third. Time. 1:17 2-5.
McFarland Is Game.
Packy McFarland has got his Irish up
and says that If "Battling" Nelson re
fuses to meet him In a twenty-ttvo-round
boxing contest he is willing to tight tho
Dane to n finish, providing Nelson puts
up ?5000 as n side bet. tho winner to take
the entire gate receipts.
THE TRIBUNE'S DAILY FORM CHART 1
SALT LAKE, Wednesday. Oct. 2S. 100S. Thirteenth da. Weather clear.
nMl!Ii"I,lST RACE. Five furlongs. Selling. Three-year-olds and upward. Value
'Jji to first. Jioo.
Horse. st."a Str. F. j"o"ckcyT Op. C).
Deck law 109 1 i 1 3 I I M. Nelson . . . .3-fi 3-5
IfTHI; Seasick 110 4 32 I! I 2 li Carson I V.
U1II'.? A."UinL 10f 2 - 3 -IS .12 Morgan I C
I &?.v- Orman. ; 100 3 2 1i 3 J 4 3 Manders ." 3
JJ Alst ... 101 5 5 5 5 1 5 1 Morso C S
Nhiu y ja . 10ft G 6 0 C Johnson 1 S
jtfb?t 1 minute. Off at 2:13. Time. 1:03a.
H IklHw, plae- I- show 1-S. Seasick, place 1. show 3-D. Antara, show 1.
fher. h. in.. IJedock-Lulu W.
J IJtchcd Bill Bagwell. Unini F. M.
jjjt good, won In a gallop, neennd driving, third onslly. Dccklaw took a little
W outing, fccnslck nut u good race. Antara. an easy third. Ormun hud oarly
tiesfrJSECGND nASi:: .Hi"0 furlong. Selling. Tltree-year-olda and upward.
.f value ',') first, $100.
3Cj ilorse Wt. St. j ,Str. '. JockcyT" Qp.c7.
Tluli1 V.liV..:V1"yl,K,n 100 1 Ja 15 12 Brady 1 I
.H.i y.nrpy Chappy .- 109 5 i -i .', c 3L Wilson 3
ml" &n, . 159 4 " 3 1 4i Mandors .... 3
Jfll. I? M,n'' 1 !,,k'T, .,109 3 5 3 i 5 10 Morse 5-2
. LT" ''. K? ... ... gf. 0 6 6 C Williamson . .. IB 20
j 7 lost 2 iiilntitos. Off at 3:11. Time, 1.029.
. jjlched Uukw of Oi-Iciuih.
' tJ?01?" i'01.1 0,n(;ll'' "com! driving, third same. A soft spot for Billy. .THIetto
yfM hnnl' bul ovcr couI(J ,)0at tho dinner. Chappy nut oonslstently.
'MTVlVst?"iiooCE" 0n mI1C' Sein"5, I'our-your-oldH and upward. Value to
f '?j5i ' '
1Iors"- Wt. St. 5 Str. V. Jockey. Qn. Ch
jffi VUVU',T,!ttorcup 117 1 2 IS 5 2 2 1 M.Nelson.. 2 3
fflaiSH Kk ,lalm 10" "2 SS 3 1 Morse .. ..V. H 8
J Manila iQt j S r, 5 Asnnyo . . . ... 12 S
6sl i minutes. Off nH:3fi. Time. 1:11.
' hP'IS'Vi'V: eiV' ,lrlvlng. thlitl easily. Lubbock had no ona to
Ifiweliaw alter today. Buttercup couldn't give the weight. Bnlne rnn woll.
J,?vi!S"iMi!ioSVW fUr,0"Ka' Se,1,n Threo-yenr-oMH. and upward.
niw k wr. t-noru 107 3 1 . :; McNanios 1fl h
,ioS5P9t 1 inluute. Off at C:03. Time. 1:04. '
orW; 3"5' "h- rlnii. -how ouL j
.jjtched -Bon Vlvnnt. I
rflll.KOi0,tl- wot'8lIr. second and third same. Vatta wok un with a. Ktvt ah, I
t,S MTl,l'niW' Mulrhm the same. Rome other du for Mllo' A ihgl'ld 1
jCTucfeVS5t. MOO?" f"rlnt;t'- Sc,lll,g" Tl.ro..yor-oWp and upward.
I iLsjLip.eari t g Man'l.:.: I
a ar0t,.i,",,f "t'Uto- Off at 5:?5V Time, 1;30.
0LWf' ?hO-.B Hcrlln, show 3-15. ,
iJw M? i N'!,la"wir, Hand-Mo-Down.
BILLY MAYHAM WINS 1
HIS FIRS! RACE HERE
Large Crowd Attends Racing,
Which Is Good, on Fast
Tho crowd cots larger ivith every rac
ine day a.t the fair grounds. Wcancs
dav was ladies' iuy, nnd u great manv
took advantago of tho fino weather aud
attended. The track was fast, aud tho
racing- was as good as any to bo nod.
Five favorites and a second choice came
under the wire winners.
The feature of tho meot was the win
of Billy May ham. It was his first vtc
torj, and, although beaten day after
day, ho was placed among tho favorites
bv the bookies, his class holding hitn up.
ivot until Wednesday did ho show any
of his old-timo form, and ho won in a
hurry. Jockey Kelson 's average on the
winning list was cut down lie winning
but one out of three mounts.
Tho first event was a froe-for-all trot
and pace, which was won, in .straight
heats by Primus, tho best 'time being
2:24'f.. Con8uela was second and Ovcta
third." Kangaroo and Alzama also Tan.
First race: Army and Navy purse; five
furlongs, selling; two-year-olds 71, The
Irish Kxlle. 101: G'J. Mabel Fountain. 101.
02, Zella G.. 103; C2, Jim Mallady. 10S.
Second race; Charlie Bates' purse; six
furlongs: three-year-olds and up; selling
G5. Black Domino. 102; 74, Piquet. 102;
oB. Patriotic. 102; C,i, Valencia. 102; bl,
Bill Bagwell. 107: 70, Nancy W, 107; 05,
Glendennlng, 107; l'J, Duke of Orleans,
102; 70, Wist, 107.
Third race; Emll Schuler purse: four
and one-half furlongs; selling, three-year-olds
and up 09. F. Ii Shaw. 109; CC, Alt
alr. 101, 05, Katie Crews. 101, Bird in
tho Bush, 101: 71, Platoon, 109; 73. Mal
rlna, 101; CO, Dr. Sherman, 100; 70. Sea
Fourth race: Wesley Wilson purse: four
furlongs; selling; two-year-olds and up
65. Balrced. ill: 6G. Hercules. HI; 73,
Athgold. 107; 52. My Nurse, H2; 71. Happy
Chappy. 109; 29. Scmprocllc. 100; 59. Lady
Fifth race; C. H. Rollly purse; one mile;
selling; three-year-olds ana up G8, Elie,
102; 60. Crcsorton. 100: G9, Anona, 107;
GG, Merwln, 107: GS. Belden. 105; 63. Silver
Heels, 102; 33. Nabonassar. 105.
First race Zella G-. Mabel Fountain
and Jim Mallady.
Second race Black Domino, Patriotic
Third race Platoon. Seasick and Mal
rlna. Fourth race Happy Chappy, Sempro
ello and Lady Adelaide.
Fifth race Nabonassar, Merwln and
Jeffries Picks Papke.
James J. Jeffries, who was third man
In the ring when Kctchol and Papke
fought at Los Angeles, says that it Is a
hopeless case for Ketchel. Ho says that
Papke Is the best man and will again i
defeat Ketchel when tho two meet next
month. Ketchel. ho says, will never be
able to forget the whipping he endured !
on the day of his defeat, nor will he
over bo ablo to shake off Its effects.
Ketchel will enter the ring with every de
termination to regain his lost title, and
his flrends are conlldent that he will win.
Boys in Condition.
All Hallows college football team Is
working hard and is in liner condition
th.'in ever before. Tho team expects to
defeat tho Salt Lake high school next
Saturday on Cummlngs Held, and. as both
teams are about evenly matched, an
Interesting and exciting game is looked
for by the fans.
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SENATOR BBVERIDGE HAS
TJVANSVILLI3. Ind.. Or-l. 2S. Senator
Albert J. Beverldge was bombarded with
questions at several points during thu
third days' tour, closing the Republican
campaign In Indiana.
A large crowd greeted the senator at
the ppera-house tonight. He spoke for
over an hour, discussing the guarantee
of bank deposits, the Injunction, tho turlff
and other Issues.
Replying to persons In his audience
during the day, the senator said ho fa
vored publicity of campaign contribu
tions, the election of United States sena
tors by direct vote of the people, and the
guaranty of bank deposits, provided It
did not produce "wild-cat" banks, as ho
believed the plan advocated by Mr. Bryan
"How about llarrlman?" shouted some
one In the hall.
"The only thing 1 know about Jlarrl
nian." said tho senator. "Is that lie Is
not for Taft for president." This state
ment was greeted with applause.
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FORMER SALT LAKER
SENTENCED FOR LIFE
MANILA. Oct. 28. -Private Mike
J3eechnm of tho First Cavalry, who nut
amuck at Camp Strotstenburg last May
and killed four of his comrades, waa acn
tenced to life Imprisonment today bv tho
trial court before which he appeared. Tho
court took tho view that tho crime was
unprcmedldated and tho result of a sud
den fit of anger. T'ndor tho Spanish Jaw.
therefore, the court hdd that the circum
stances In tho case did not warrant the
Infliction of the death penalty.
Beccham will appeal from this sentence,
although the supremo court, to which his
appeal must bo directed, has the power
to substitute tho drath penalty.
Bcecham. who was a former member of
Company G. Sixteenth Infantry, was en
listed In Salt Lake City, August 27. 1D07,
by Captain O. B. Meyer of the First Cav
alry at Fort Sam Houston. Texas. Bacch
ant was born at Pocahontas. W. Va.
Tribune Want Ads.
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NOT FAR TO FOLLOW.
The cholre of favorite characters of fic
tion Is generally determined by sentiment,
but Hurry Lord, who Is In Ida first year
at high school. Is too practical to let sen
timent ruin him.
"Had an English test today," he r
marked Incidentally at the supper table
"Had to name ion characters In 'lvan
hoe." and to follow our favorite character
through the story."
"Who waa your favorite." asked Mr.
"Athlstatie!" repeated his rather, in
"Bcauso he died in the middle of the
book." Youth's Companion.
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SURE THAT BRYAN IS
VICTOR IH NEW YORK
State Chairman Conner Gives
Out Statement That Breathes
, Spirit of Optimism.
NEW YORK, Oct. 2S. William F. Con
ner, chairman of tho stato committee,
gave out the following statement tonight:
"I am as thoroughly confident that
Bryan and Chanler will carry tho state
of New York as I am that election dny
will como next Tuesday. My conlldcnce
Is based on a complete canvass of the
state and on detailed reports 1 have re
ceived this week from every Democratic
state committeeman, county chairman and
prominent party leaders These reports
show that the labor vote of this stato
Is practically solid for both the national
and state tickets.
"We will moro than hold our own
among the business men and all signs
point to an Increase In the Democratic
voto In the rural communities. 1 thor
oughly bollcvo the Republican national
ticket will have less than 89,000 plurality
outside of Greater New York, and the
Republican state ticket Icps than 67.000.
"Bryan's plurality In the stato will bo
moro than 40,000, and Chhnler's not less
than 100,000. These figures are conserva
tive. Lieutenant-Governor Chanlor has
made a strenuous and winning campaign.
Mr. Bryan's visit to the stato of New
York has been productive of Immense
good to tho party. He has mado a pro
found Impression and we arc many thou
sand votes stronger than when he began
his tour of tho state on Saturday last."
NEWH0USE GIVES $1000
TO .DEMOCRATIC FUND
CHICAGO, Oct. 28, The following
contributions to tho Democratic presi
dential campaign fund wcro today an
nounced as having been received:
New York Lewis Lombard. 51000.
District of Columbia C- T. Bride. 5200;
Henry S. Robins, $350, Isaac S. Craig,
$200; A. W. Charles. $100; Gcorgo A.
Kentucky Urcy Woodson, $150.
Missouri James W. S. Peters, $400.
Michigan W. R. Burt, $500.
Oklahoma Bryan and Kern club, Mc
Ohio John W. Bookwaltcr. $1500.
Texas C.' O. Slaughter, $125; George A.
Utah 12. C. Wall. $1000.
Virginia Bryan and Kern and Lamb
clubs, Richmond, $250.
Washington George Turner, $500.
Wisconsin A. Berge. $1000.
The following contributed $100 each:
Alabama Thomas C. McCIellan. Cali
fornia Santa Ana Bryan club. Colorado
J. Warner Edwards, Illinois Ernest
Hoover. William Hargrove, Douglas Pat
tlson, Fred J. Kern, Frank J. Qulnn, Wil
liam L. O'Connc-lL John McGUlcn, Anton
J. Carmack, George E. Brennan, Fred W.
Block. D. J. Egan, S. D Griffin. Frank S.
Ryan, George L. McConncll. Indiana
Myron D. King. Kentucky Susan L.
A vers". Minnesota Thomas J. Melghen.
Massachusetts George Fred Williams.
Mpntana S. E. and F. II. Atkinson. New
Hampshire Frank P. Hobb. Florida
Jackson county Democratic committee,
Marlanna. Ohio John M. Van Meter.
Texas Ala H. Wood. Washington M. M.
Cowley. Mose Oppcnhelmor, F. II. Graves,
A. B. Blethen.
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STOLE MILLION, BUT
STANDS BY HIS PALS
PITTSBURG', Pa., Oct. 23. William
Montgomery, cashier of tho Allajrhcny
National bauk until tho discovery of
a shortage in its funds of over $lj250,
000 earlv Inst summer, necessitating
closing lite institution, was today, for
tho second time this week, found guilty
of embezzlement of funds, his pecula
tions in tho two cases amounting
to-$(513,000. As in the first ease, Mont
gomery offered no testimony in defense.
The jury was out loss than "two hours.
Montgomery was also jointly indicted
with Addison AlfafCor, discount clerk,
tho latter being accused of aiding the
cashier in abstracting tho batik's funds,
and hearing of this case will prob
ably begin early next week. Every
effort has been made to learn from
Montgomery what became of the money
abstracted, and the cashier has stead
fastly refused to involve others, and it
is gonernlly believed that it was to
prevent tho possibility of these being
dragged into tho case" that no defense
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SHERMAN HOLDS LARGE
AND ENTHUSIASTIC HAL ft V
SARATOGA, N. V., Oct. 2S. Fourteen
special trains over trolley and steam
roads throughout Saratoga county
brought many Republican marching clubs
here tonight to join In a big rally ar
ranged for tho Republican vlce-presldon-tlnl
candidate. James S. Sherman, who
spoke here, Desplto a pouring rain tho
clubs paraded through the business sec
tion of the town and cheered the candi
date enthusiastically as ho revlowed them
from the ntops of the Worden hotel.
Mr. Sherman arrived here early tonight
from New York city. IIo was met at Al
bany by a delegation of local leaders, who
escorted him hero. At Convention hall
ho was given an enthusiastic reception
by an audience which tilled the big audi
torium. In his speech he reviewed tho general
Issues, devoting most of his arguments
to the tariff.
Owing to the racing Interests In Sara
toga county, the contest here over the
governorshop has been cnpeclally keen,
and .Mr. Sherman's remarks on that sub
led were, given close attentlou. When
he praised the governor's administration
and vigorously urged his re-election, his
hearers cheered for several minutes.
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WAS TIIB WORST OP ALL.
Robert Herrlck. the novelist, was talk
ing at a dinner about the effect of climax.
"That was a good eliniajc." he said,
smiling, "that occurred the othr night
during a temperance address out In the
stock yards district.
"The orator, highly oxcited. cried:
" 'Pee the effects om drink an empty
home, an empty pocket, and
" 'Worst of all.' Interrupted a Hhabby,
rJd nosed man. 'at) empty bottle.' "
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IS INTERESTED IN CHARITY.
Mrs. W. K. Vanderbllt. who llvos In
Parts, has found-id a hospital under tho
direction of Dr. Gautlor and spends, most
or her time in charity. A son by a former
marriage was recently killed In an auto
mobile accident and In consequence Mrs.
Vanderbllt Is not much In socletv. al
though she docs not Intend to give It up
by anv means. She visits the patients In
the morning and If sho does not get
around, llnlshs her visits In the afternoon.
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ROOT MAKES STRONG
PLEA FOR 1. TAFT
Secretary of State Says Dissen
sions in Ohio Must Not In
terfere With Victory.
CINCINNATI. O., Oct. 28. Secretary of
Stato Root spoke to a largo crowd at
Music hall here tonight. The meeting
was held under tho auspices of tho Citi
zens Taft club. A parade which preceded
tho meeting included members of tho
Citizens Taft club and Cincinnati Blaine
Secretary Root. In his speech, first took
up tho alleged dissensions In Ohio, the
Foraker matter being tho first, the negro
question tho second, and tho llquar ques
tion, a purelv local Issue, the third. He
urged that If them dissensions existed,
as reported, they should be laid aside for
tho greater duty of American citizenship.
These three elements were as but drops
of water In the greater Issues which made
up the campaign.
: The climax of the speech was a review
of tho public career of Judgo Taft. Ho
declared that Taft was better prepared
than any other man to succeed to tho
presidency and to carry out the policies
of McKlnloy nnd Roosevelt. As an execu
tive and as an administrator, ho declared,
Taft was without a peer.
Sarcasm was hurled at tho Bryan the
ories as ho took them up In turn. He
"Shall wo elect Inefficient men to our
legislatures and depend on tho Initiative
and referendum? Shall wo guarantee our
bank deposits by a tax upon tho banker,
tho doposltor und the borrower, rnthor
than prosecute the dishonest banker?
"Shall wo close our factories and bank
rupt our merchants by reducing tho tar
iff, to got rid of the trusts, or shall wo
prosecute them and make them be good?
"Shall we place In the hands of an ex
ecutive officer In Washington the sole
destiny of any part of the tariff to be
I lowered or raised as ho desires?"
SECRETARY OF AVAR
AV0RKING TO HELP TAFT
RICHMOND, Va.. Odt. 28. Before an
audience that almost filled tho Academy
of Music here tonight. Secretary of War
Luke 15. Wright spoke on me issues of the
campaign and In favor of the candidacy
of Judge Taft. The meeting was held
under the auspices' of a number of men
of prominence In this city, principally men
of finance who have always been Demo
crats, but who In this campaign aro sup
porting the Republican candidate
Mr. Wright was introduced by Jos. S.
Williams, former president of the Sea
board Air Line, who stated that tho new
constitution of Virginia has so purified
tho electorate as to remove all fears of
tho negro vote.
"I intend to voto for Judgo Taft." con
tinued Mr. Williams. "I feel thut I know
what he will do and how he will do It.
I intend to vote against the presont can
didate of tho Democratic party. Our
people are earnestly laboring to build up
and develop many Industries and business
enterprises. I do not feel that these would
bo safe, with our foreign relations and
our domestic affairs likely at any tltno
to become dangerous nnd to demand a
trained and balanced mind, should our
financial stability and our army and navy
be placed In the keeping of a human ka
leidoscope I Judge itlm only by his
record. He has been everything by turns,
and nothing long; an abstract of all tho
political faults that men fall Into.
"A modern Portcus. he has power of
endless transformation. A shining wlll-o'-thc-wlsp,
ho dances brilliantly over
bogs and lures his party into bottomless
Mr. Wright was warmly received.
"In discussing what I regard as the
paramount Issue presented to the Ameri
can people In this campaign," said Secre
tary Wright, "I have demonstrated at
least to my own satisfaction, and I hop'4
to yours, that Mr. Bryan Is not only not
a Democrat himself, but that tho doc
trines which lie has so persistently urged,
and In the soundness of which ho so
thoroughly believes, are popullstlc anil so
cialistic In their character and tendencies
and dangerous in their results. On the
oilier hand. It seems equally clear that
Judge Taft's views, on the whole, are
sensible and conservative, and the Inter
ests of all the American people will be
safe in his hands as president."
MERGER OF INDEPENDENT
TELEPHONE LINES COMING
BUFFALO, N. Y.. Oct. 2S A dispatch
was printed horo today stating that the
much-rumored merger of Independent tel
ephone lines between Kansas City and
New York was about to be consummated.
Burt G. Hubbell, president of the Intcr
Occan Telephone and Tolegraph company,
th leading Independent lino In this vi
cinity, said tonight that the project had
been submitted to him by men of means
and ho thought tho deal much nearer
consummation than It ever had been be
fore. According- to tho plans outlined, all the
Independent companies between here and
New York city In the east. Kansas City
In the west and Mobile, Ala., In the
south are to be merged, said Mr. Hubbell.
Twelve companies will go Into the syn
dicate, giving a complete and Immediate
long-distance service between Buffalo,
Rochester. Cleveland. Detroit. Toledo,
Philadelphia, Syracuse. St. Louis and In
The merger association as announced
will unite 20.000 miles of poled and a
group of companies with a total Invested
capital of $200,000,000.
BOY LEADS BROWN
VERY MERRY CHASE
A boy ten years old led Probation Offi
cer Guardello Brown a merry chnso on
Wednesday night, when the officer was
trying to locate the boy's home.
Officer Brown found the boy begging
on Brlgham street and took him In
charge. The boy said ills name waa
Henry Jones, but ho didn't know where
he lived. He said. howeor, . that he
knew where some of Ills mother's friends
Officer Brown went about with tho boy,
who was unable to locate a person his
mother knew. Tho boy was thep taken
to tho police station and later taken to
the detention homo, whore he will re
main until his case Is Investigated. Offi
cer Brown Is of the opinion that tho
youngster Is giving u false name.
Department Called Out.
Firemen from the central lire station,
on East First South street, woro called
out Wednesday afternoon at 3:50 o'clock
to the Salt Lake Knitting company's fac
tory. Overheated shafting had set sonic
woodwork on fire. No damage was done.
GREENFIELD, Mass.. Oct. 2S. A dou
ble tragedy, surrounded by myatcriowa
circumstances, occurred here. J. lb
Galnos, .1ft years old. and Miss Manege
Mabel Wing, tn years younger, wrn
found dying from bullet wounds nt Miss
Wing'i: boarding house. Both expired
without making a statement. Tim police
expressed the opinion that Gaines shot
tho young woman and then killed himself.
Tribuno Want Ads.
Bell phono 5201. 2nd. phono 3G0-34S,
NEW YORK. Oct. 2S. United States
Senator Henry C. Lodge said at natlonul
Republican headquartors todav that bu
estimates the plurality which Taft will
receive In Massachusetts at &0.000,
Good carriers with hors, at Trib
unc. Apply Circulation Dept.
THE BIG I
BANKRUPT SALE I
Of ttie John Diifael Stock H
at 322 South Main Street H
$38,000.00 Stock of Up-to-date Clothing, I
Furnishings, Hats and Shoes at 42c H
on the Dollar H
Although the store has been crowded to its capacity since
the beginning- of the sale, ASSORTMENTS ARE STILL COM
PLETE. BARGAINS STILL BETTER!
DO NOT FALL TO GET YOUR SHARE.
322 South Main, Right below Walkers' I
pressor Rot 25 fine Flor do Baltimore Cigars. There will
be anothor ooo next Sunday, You try mayba you can
get a box of Flor dc Baltimorcs.
1 ' l I
1 Hashes From the Wire
NEW YORK. Oct. 28 Count von
Moltke, the New Danish minister to the
United States, arrived here today on the
steamer Cronprlnz Wllhelm.
DAYTON, O., Oct. 28. Broughton
Brandenburg, arrested In connection with
the Cleveland letter episode, left for New
York today with an officer from District
Attorney Jerome's office.
RIDGEWOOD HEIGHTS. I.. I., Oct.
2$. Gcorgo Obach. a well-known German
butcher, shot and fatally wounded his
wlfo here today nnd then killed himself.
No causo Is konwn.
WILMINGTON, Del., Oct. 2S. Rev.
Frederick Joseph Kinsman, recently elect
ed bishop of the Protestant Episcopal
diocese of Delaware, was consecrated to
day in Trinity churoh. this city.
PAN FRANCISCO. Oct 2S. Judgment
for the plaintiff was rendered by United
States District Judge Van Fleet today
In the suit of H. L. Lanfar against S.
V. Smith to recover $2500 as commis
sion for tho sale of the. Buster mine In
WASHINGTON. Oct. 2S. Tho assign
ment of Brigadier-General Frederick A.
Smith to commund the department of
California, It Is said at the war depart
ment, mav be only temporary. A gen
eral rearrangement of army commands
SAN DEIGO. Cal., Oct. 2S. The wife
of Colonel Wesley Bralncrd died at the
Point Lnma home of her brother, former
secretary of the treasury. Lyman I.
(Jage, this evening. Mrs. Bralncrd. who
was Tl vcars of age. was well' known in
Colorado. Colonel Bralnerd arrived here
prior to her death.
LOUISVILLE. Ky.. Oct. 2S. Stonewell
Walker, a member of tho Fcndcnnls club
and one of the best-known men In Ken
tucky, tiled a petition In voluntary bank
ruptcy todav. with liabilities listed at
5220,000 and no assets. Walknr formerly
was a banker. He assigned In 11)05.
CLEVELAND. Oct. 2S. By an order
of Federal Judge Taylor today the prop
erty of the Lorain & West Virginia Rail
way company was released from the
Wheeling & Lake Erie Railway company
receivership and turned back to the orig
inal owners. Tho Lorain road 1p now in
dependent and said to bo solvent.
AUSTIN. Tex,. Oct. 28. Hettry Clay
Plerco Is coming back to Texns to an
swer the Indictment charging him with
false swearing. Governor Campbell was
todav advised by Judge Barclay of st.
Louis, who represented the state at the
hearing of Pierce, that tho St. Lonlsan
will bo here November 1 to stand trial.
CAMP NEMO. Tcnn.. Oct. 2S. Major
General J. B. Horton has been directed
to go to the vicinity of Obion and sweep
through the low lands there, where night
riders have been reported to be active.
Colonel Tatom wired .Major-Generol Hor
ton to cover that section thoroughly and
to shoot any man discovered masked, j
without calling to him to halt. (
EL PASO, Tex-.. Oct. 23. News reached
hero today from various sources that a
battle between Papago and Yaqul In
dians has taken placo north of Altar,
Sonorn, and that forty Yaquls were killed.
According to report, the Mexican gov- ,
eminent armed the Papagos, who lured
tho Yaquls Into ambush nnd slaughtered
them. The reports have not been offi
CORINTH. N. Y.. Oct. 28. Resolutions j
commending the company's managers for
the action they have taken during the I
employee' strike, und Instructing them j
to continue the presont policy, wore
adopted unanimously at the annual moot- .
lug of the stockholders of the Interna
tional Paper company here today. The I
following officers were re-elected: A. M. )
Burbank. president and treasurer: Thorn-
as T. Waller, vlco-president; E. W. Hyde,
secretary; "VV. A. Whltcomb and A. White,
gonornl "managers, all of New York.
STUDENT PROM SALT LAKE j
KIDNAPED IN BOSTON
Special to The Tribune.
BOSTON. Oct. 28. Scott P. Kimball of 1
Salt Lake City, a student of the techno
logical department of the state university
here, was kidnaped last night by the (
freshmen and was forced to occupy a de
serted renldenoo In Marlboro street while I
his sophomore classmates held their Hn
nual dinner, where he had been du to
act as toastniaster. The absence of Klin-
ball from tho llnncr brought about a res
cue, when It developed that the newly
elected president, William .Salisbury of
Chicago, was tho man the freshmen had
been seeking to kidnap hi revenge for
similar liberties with their high officers.
Klinball took his capture good-naturedly
and had the satisfaction of seeing bin
tormentors put to rout when the rescue
party arrived. Mr. Kimball, It was an
nounced at the dinner, had boon elected
as a mombor of the Institute commit
tee. Scott P. Kimball Is a son of Mr. and
Mrs. Edwin Kimball, 121 Sixth East
Tribuno Want Ads.
I Bell xhone 5201: Jnd. phono HGO-343. j
WATSON MAKES ATTACK H
ON BOTH OLD PARTIES
DOUGLASS VI LLE, Gn.. Oct. 2U
Thomas E. Watson. People's party candl
date for president, In a speech hero to
night, attacked whnt ho termed the
'atandpat Republican Senate," which, he
.vald. would block remedial legislation
should the Republican party be victorious.
Ho also assailed Mr. Bryan, calling him
nn "extremely dangerous candidate fo'
the South because of his record on th
negro question." He said that Mr. Bryan.
an Illinois man by birth, grew up In the
honest belief that the South was wrong
on the negro question, and with the be
lief that there should be no objection to
.social equality. Ho said that Nebraska
had no law against mlscogcnatlon, and
that tho marriage of black people with
white pcoplo there was of frequent oc
currence. l Mr. Watson repeated criticisms ho had
made previously about the University of
Nebraska as a "social equality school."
He also reiterated the statement that
negroes are circulating a letter In which
they claim that for weeks they have boon
In communication with Mr. Bryan and
that he has made them "satisfactory
NOTED EDUCATOR IS
VERY SERIOUSLY INJURED
CLINTON. N. Y., Oct. 2S. Rev. Dr.
Molnncthon Woolfiey Stryker, president:
of the Hamilton co'lcgo, is in a critical
condition here from injuries received in
a runaway accident today. JI is spirited
horso took sudden fright and dashed
across the highway. The carriage, waa
tipped into a deep ditch and over
turned, against a hedge. Dr. Strvkor
was found unconscious, bleeding from
the nose and mouth, with a long gash
across his forehead. The driver also
appeared painfully hurt. It waa found
that Dr. .Stryker suffered concussion
of tho brain and possibly serious in
ternal injuries. He remained uucousci
ous until the early evening, when lie
was able to answer a few questions.
Racing! Racing! I
SALT LAKE RACING ASSOCIA
TION. FIVE BIG I
I Including One Harness Event
I Each Day. H
Racing, Rain or Shine H
Until Nov. Uth
Ladies Free Monday, Wednesday
ADMISSION 50 CENTS.
Including Grand Stand.-
Baces begin at 2 p. m. sharp.
SALT LAKE I I
18 E. Second South.
California and Enstorn Baces. Dl
roct Wire for all Sporting Events.
"Tho fuel that savc3 you roncy." jH
$5.25 Per Ton
COc extra if sacked and carried.
Screened slack for baso bui .
$1.25 net por ton delivered: 50c extra
if sacked and carried. Don't wait
for another fuel ahortagc.
Fill Your Bins Now. H
111 ah Gas & Coke Co. H
GI-6D Main St. Phonos 4S21.