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I VOL. LXXX, NO. 6. weather today Rain and cooler. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, WEDNESDAY MORNING-, OCTOBER 20, 1909. ' 16 PAGES FIVE CENTS. I
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I IU LABOR
S Kesolufions, Setting Forth Tliat
f Spanish Revolutionist Was
Fi J -Martyr. Adopted.
s I -
m hold sPAirsu nation
ffit AS GUILTY OF MURDER
g Utterance Regarded as Signifi-
j cant in View of Proceedings
Bj: Against Gompers.
'EjaV WASHINGTON, OcL 19. Eceolu-
F wus Ucrcely ncnouncius: dm "murder
'2 T of Francisco Ferrer, the Spanish revolu-
ton,5lt,', who was condemned bycourt-
;f: raarii.il and shot in Barcelona, were
SlSi ;if adopted n( today's session of ilio ex-
ar 4 ectitivo roiiucil of I he American' Fed
oration of Lahur. Ferrer was referred
cJw; to as a martyr.
ti "We in our personal behalf as well
as iu the name of America's workers
'SSJf ll and tho wholo people," 1 ho resolutions
aiJ -l declare, "express our inicnso indicna-
fifljfl tion, horror nqd strongest protest
' A againFt the murder of Prancisco J''crrer
n;LS .j hy direction of Iho Spanish''' govern-
'Mt ment." ,
?pl Significance Explained.
tift't Taken in connection with the action
ririfT '',c S"P,'e,nc Court, of tho .District
itlrlf t'olninbin in sentencing President
mlw -t-- Gompere, Secret arv iNrorrison and .John
SI "Iphcll of the " federation lo serve
"lrirt K errus 'u .ia'' fr eoiifompt o.f court, tho
i'l concluding paragraph ol tho resolution
aftj y is looked upon as significant,
j'ai f f Jl. declares that "we lake this ac-
'asf 'c'" '',e ni''i!"V murder of a niau
idmul whose real offending was speuking,
inJU'l' writing aud leaching humanity to bc-
itm come wiser, more frco and more
liberty-loving, lo remind Iho people of
6'isltt'i otir country that, the liberty of the citi-
Ii41: zt'n 's on'.v secure when trial by jury
ic;u ' nd in open court, for any alleged of-
i tbu fenso involving punishment is guarau-
heard': ' The resolutions declare, "the cause
c,iiflr ; of p'co speech, frco press 7iud free edu-
nitniKj; caliou has found in Ferrer another
c'and martyr, t'hc more regrettable in an age
ajtl when civilization boasts of having re-
e'eteff P,acfJ tortures and brutality of
c t'fiafe medievalism by freedom and enlighten-
.TwSf Will Bank as Martyr,
'forMi Prof. Ferrer, it is declared, will take
ors.lt rank with all those who have done the
0lclSt Rrca.cst service for humanity,
nn cstfl "A noble cumpuuy of martyrs and a
lico'J ''ausc in which a man might "well give
a ffmi his life,'5 the resolutions continue, "did
iFioDjf? tyranny require it. Like Jefferson,
iio Washjngion and Lincoln of our own
uto fJ ."Wnuy-,.. Jio labored and taught and'
'cpntji4u' Riifirred that the peoplo might have
Is, axlfcl wisdom and bo worthy of freedom."
licaBeh 'Declaring that although Ferrer suf-
,Toollf. ferod i he ultimate penalty of a shaim;-
nomht, f'll death at the hands of those who
I tbOtjCI rule in Iho doctrine of- the "Divine
r raeca s vio-ht of kings.'' I be belief is expressed
-whifi 3 that (he ?;:ciifice was not in vain. In
,J ? its preamble lo (he resolutions, tho
" "1 f ouncii tays the execution of Professor
S. J Ferrer has aroused tho strongest indig-
..mlifflCl Jial'011 f "11 just liberty-loving and
S broad-minded men of tho civilized
i I world,
l!cj j Address of Gompers.
ct. 3d -niong the other matters considered
kno i vus :i hrif,f resume by President Gomp-
Adf; crs . his observations regarding labor
her a'li f conditions alrnad.
nlns.-O? A telegram was received from the
ri 2i i ill,nl ann,al convention of I he West
? 'nJ Virginia Federation of Labor now in
IVri-nep fl'ss'on in Charleston, expressing tho
,py JII hope that the efforts of the federation
man behalf of preservation of the right
h.Vjf"t of '1'po. speech and frco press may be
crwned with success.
L oSii It was decided that an anneal for fi-
ervcl. c D,UK'Ifil assistance iu behalf of the wage
- ai Carntirs now on strike in Sweden should
icad. $i bl madc to all organized labor.
IavfS SCHOLARS OF BERLIN
v'v"ffl ElVrPHATIO IN RESOLUTION
SlHerl rI?31TlN- 0a- I "-The Berlin branch
"1S8T.TO ,1l,pi-ootnc l0''1-1 which is composed
inicWj'f n,f.le;,fuig literary and university men,
thal'M Vlus '"'niiig adopted resolutions "declar
Have aM .that Professor Francisco Ferrer's
Kl!slf exe1!l'on was a murder committed
lVll,Sfk )lm ,ho forV18 of law and an insult
. grcaiciigk to hnropcan civilization.
- .m , "oiin-ii. chicly socialists, held a
n,,i Jll mipp indignation meeting tonight. The
Mtaa"0 . hal t0 ("loc Ue ooi-s to pro-
Wttil T('",,tl,.r overcrowding of the building.
of d"Sr Resolutions adopted declare that the ox
vJl cuu,l" of . Ferrer' was "murder mas
lKr km (lu;,'a,l,c. to cloak of justice."
AS, W.R Anarchists to tho number of one
r- thousand also met to protest "against
Jlosea..$r the murder of our comrade, Ferrer "
"i t?li.i,.hic pol'"'- '"""""nod ' close walch
(1 fia dl-vw ,nec1tn,.tr. but did not interfere.
T hcPUvM T rc-eolutlo';? of Coetho league
J;,ittvl Uh''K ''rc Puhlishoi are sicne.l bv
holLu.lwig Fnlda and Herman Sudcrmni i,
. I tnc playwright?. .
3) After the women V meeting n huo
lv Phoi3 trr,0S.iat.1.,Cr,,-iV 11,0 trcs Ml incest
ZZZ ler!n ''i'11' wb";,l as ,,,u mrotiiiE dis-
ll-J!?r- "', boZnn "nionMiatitms. Then-
k of 1,8 lfMr,S ,""! f"r Ferrer."
o5U orlKnn. 'Llowu with the priests."
1 hii fourteen7'1 nml d'sl'c.l il, arresting
T motel ,r,oon PPrsons.
5ujS?oilB1 POTEST MEETING
isposaJcS ' HELP IN NEW YORK
'in? l!lFive thousand
f Btnn'Pl- ' . I ' ",I condemned ICing Alfonso
eCS;:si ,lo f L V 'ri 0I" l,K,-v rospon
ward 's'1: or Ine .lent , ,,r: Francisco Ferrer.
b, oD ,lr,n-, v. ,0'""Vor tlmt shot, will slmku
"irnyt$l Cd! r;,r(r:y,iri,,ro"cl ' f ristendom. "
Vork-aVS ' airman of Iho meet-
jlbMhcfel ' "'Jopled declaring
b0 WSS'JSwiIlfi-i i wus. ,nkpM 1'ocai.M. of his
,1(y '".tll&lw tn, i?? utlonK 'ontinucl, "and
' l0 P r SrintiL,.,t ,,s ,,u,,"ory will stimulate
eve c .mfli f forte brothers to ncroaseil nf-
m c0WV ovorthrow oppression.
i S'-'molS5 fet our ','v1"M' f"el. ,o,,') l"nilialion
flSSaJiavc , kj "'-"I' uovcriinicnt.s which
, -1 i-fcga i
Details of Awful Massacre by
Natives of New Britain
IN FJFNDISHNESS KftUALS'
RECORD OF DARK AGES
Pretended Friendliness, Revolt
ing Cruelty and Debased Pas
sions Are Manifested.
VICTORIA, B. C, Oct. ID. Further
details of tho massacres in New Brit
ain early last month, briefly reported
in Sydney cables, received by J he
steamer Iarama today are to the ef
fect that Captain Lindsay of the Ketch
K.ihaul and ten of tho crew were mur
dered and burned and the trading ves
sel looted- and set on fire, the bodies
of some of the 1etim3 thrown into the
The steamer Lanecog. which re
turned to S.ydney from New firit
ain group, an island under German
coiilrol just north of Australia,
hortly beuuo the .Marama sailed, re
ported the occurence. Her officers
said Captain Lindsay, owner and mas
ter of tho vessel, arid -who was promi
nent in I he New Britain trade, was off
tho east coast of New Britain about
200 miles from llobertshone, recruiting
labor, and that about sundown, wheu
he anchored his ship for the night, a
swarm of native canoes camo off and
the blacks asked that he come ashore
a,s plenty of men were ready to sign
on as laborers. Captain Lindsay went
ashore and was escorted to a big niitivo
houso where about a hundred blacks
Struck From Behind.
As soon as he stepped in he was
struck down from behind with a spear
and the blacks sprang upon hiin with
knives, lie fell bleeding from scores
of wounds and was hacked to death.
The body was then dragged out to
the beach by I he heels and burned. The
flotillu of canoes then went off to
the Rcbaul and the natives swarmed
aboard. One after another the ten men
of the crew wcro slaughtered. Then
while they lay. some dead, some mortal
ly wounded, on the dock, a mid was
made on the stores and kerosene poured
over the deck aud in the holds, mak
ing the ship a. funeral pyre for tho
murdered men. Ship and victims were
Some natives reported tho occur
rences to Ihc Lanecog, which at once
steamed for Ilcberlshono and reported
it. A German punitive expedition was
being prepared when the Lanecog loft
tho islands. '
A report was also brought from tho
islands that the French recruiting
ketch Gnudoloupe. of forty tons, was
attacked and wrecked by blacks in
the New .Hebrides at the samo timo at
Mnllieclt; and the French captain and
native crow of eight, massacred but
uo confirmation had been received.
A wireless communication from II.
M. S. Prometheus stated that some
of the natives of the Guadcloupo had
been killed but tho captain and others
were said to have escaped.
TO DE LARA'S AID
LOS ANG BLISS, Cal., Oct. !9. Ex
pressing the fear J hut Guiterrcz Do
Lu.ru is to be made tho "Ferrer of
Mexico," if he is deported to that
country on the charge that -he ia an
anarchist, the socialists of this city to
day determined to come to the aid of
tho Mexican socialist and nuj.hor now
An effort is being made to enlist
union labor iu his cause. The prisoner
knows nothing of tho movement in his
behalf, as he is held incommunicado in
tho county jail.
Immigration Inspector Hidgway to
day stated that, the representations he
made to Washington, which resulted in
iho order for Do Lara's arrest, were
based on information furnished bv the
Los Angeles police, who arresto'd De
Lara on the eve of President Tuft's!
appearance here and released him im
mediately after the President left for
The hearing of I he case will be be
gun Monday before Inspector Tfidgwuy
and a transcript of (he testimony will
be forwarded to tho Department of
Commerce and Labor in Washington
ORGANIZED FIGHT ON
tJ WHITESLAVE" TRAFFIC
ISUrtUNGTOX. la.. Oct. LL Organized
warfare on the trafllc In Kill? was de
cided upon lotay by ihc National Purity
congress In tlic annual session here. It
whs' shown that the wliili slave trufllc
has grout) lo enormous proportions.
Clifford G. Hoc, ,-j Chicago attorney, in
nu address declared parental negligence
in Ihc education of daughters: flirting,
undue ambition (o live wHI. nml pem-m-iy
wages puld girls in big cities, nre respon
sible, for the population of the red light
The congress adopted tho following res
olutions: "The National Purity congiR hereby
i-erords Its cratltlcatlon at the ai-llvity
of national and stalo authorities against
the loathsome, terrible commerce in girlM
! known as the white, slave tniflic.
"We urge upon till citizens, especially
upon the oftlrort; of the govern nnmt.
sworn protectors of the people, to take
iifcnsKtn-y ine:euiex to end the traftle in
girls, the worst dlxgrncc to civilization."
FAVORABLE REPORT BY
THE ERIE RAILROAD
XKW YORK, Oct. I!). The Ivrie rail
road, which received timely aid 1'ioiti
15. 11. Ifarrimaij last year, when lit
saved it from defaulting on its matur
ing notes, issued its annual report to
day, showing thnt i.Ms rapidly regain
ing its linancial position. Its openil 11117
income was .l3,f)3fi,S7H, nu Inejoahc of
:? l.7-lS.riG'i over the previous year. The
ne income for Iho year available, afler
the deduction of fixed charges, was iji'J,-
I7. 1 :;.
No successor to Mr. ITarrimau was
elected a I the annual iiiecliug of the
siiK-ltlioldci, which was uhu held to
da , ;
KNOCKING DOWN THE "BABIES"
FAFI IS HOW OfliHC
JUST HE WILLS
Secretaries Banished and Pub
lic Business Forgotten Dur
GREGORY Texas. Oct- y. I'lrsi
den Tuft begun his throe (lays of doing
as ho pleased on his brother's ranch
today by playing 18 holes of golf
over a muddy courao and by ",iust
loafing" through tho long afternoon
The idea of eating dinner without
having to speak for it. and of going
the livelong day without, having to
make a speech appealed to Mr. Tuft
strongly and he declared he wished his
far southern vacation could last a week
and three days instead of just tho lat
Tomorrow morning the President will
have a ten -mile run to the Iticou sec
tion of the ranch to soc a small roundup
of cattle and sheep and some exhibi
tions of cowpuniihing. He will be pre
sented with a. big and comfortable sad
dle made especially for him.
Tho President banished his assistant
secretaries from La Quinta today and
gave uo thought to public business iu
The President 's play days will end.
however, when he will bo taken by
boat to Corpus Christ i to bo the guest
of that city and to address the conven
tion of the Inland Waterways association.
AGAINST COLORED GIRLS
SAVANNAH. Ga.. Oct. 19. "Our grad
uates cannot enter the homes of whites
11s servants or house girls, When they
tinish their work at night they arc al
lowed to roam tho sire's, lo be sub
jected lo temptation, and are lost. They
may return to their own families- less
pure and a disgrace 10 U12I1' families."
This wjls the report 01" Ellen Young,
colored, matron of the 1'a.ine Annex Home
for Negro Girls at Augusta. Ga.. to the
"Woman's Uoard of Homo Missions of the
MctliodisL church at today's session of
its convention here.
She declared that In scv.m years f-he
had known of GOO negro girls who wont
lo tho north, and expressed her belief
that In five years 5oU of tliem would be
dead or return south broken In hcallh.
Index to Today's Tribune
I Departments. Pago -I-
I- Society 5 v
I- ICdltorlal ii
-;- Mines S.... S -
-I- Markets ! -r
r Intermountnln . l'J -J
I- Railroads ....lo -r
I- American Tfcdcratiou of Labor 4
-I- denounces execution of Fcr- -I
v rer . . -. . . .' I -I
I- Sensational -conoi in the Ha-
'! tpnyl ti vorci caxc.-.V. . It - -IT " z.
Tavt noV doing Just as ho -I-
4' pleases , 1 -r
-r Herman Kidder charges Tuft v
-I- with blunder 10 -
v New Votk's campaign grows red -I-
hot 12 :
r Flashes from tho wire 4
I- Mac's Political Gossip 1 v
I- Drlskeli charged willi flrst-dc- !
uree murder " 5-
4 More of marital troubles of Rob- v
v- insons 7 J
4 Slill iinothcr turndown for goat-
like senator 10 !
r Americana hold another rousing -r
r rally 1C
v- rtecelvor is asked for wax com
'f puny, in fraud charges .10 4
I- Court proceeding falls to do- !
-;- volop whereabouts of little
-I- Helen Hall 16 -J-
4- Late copy may he placed under !
ban 16 -I-
- Salt Luke can havo street cur -I-
I- men's convention In 1913 if II !
.J. wants It 16 v
- Sporting News. v
4- Granite high school defeats Col-
I- lcglale lustilille. 12 to 0 It
Jack Atkin wins 11
' Sam Lnngford challenges Stan- -J
-I- ley ICclxhel ...31 -I-
-I- Outlaws lighting A. A. U 11
Jeffries is rcad to fight 11 !
v Balloon records ..11 n
.j.'-;;-';t. .t'.;..;. .-. .:..r. . -
ERA OF AUTOMOBILES
HURTS CARRIAGE MAKERS
WASH IN G TON, Oct. 10. Au t omo
biles havo displaced carriages lo such
an extent that' carriage builders are
obliged to retire from business or de
yoto their attention to the const ruction
of automobile bodies.
In effect, this was the statement made
today by Maurice Connolly of Dubuque,
Iowa, president of the Carriage Build
ers' National Association of tho UYiitod
Slates, which convened here iu its IJuth
LITTLE HDPE LEFT
Relapse Comes After Several
Days' of Hard Fight
."NEW YORK, Ocr: 9. Patrifek If.
MeCarrcn, state senator and Democratic
leader of Brooklyn, who was eliminated
from tho municipal campaign by a sud
den attack of appendicitis, which ne
cessitated au immediate operation, was
again in an extremely precarious condi
ITc has been reported as dving at
various times since tho operation Wed
nesday, but had rallied well until a
relapse today, caused by an almost
sleepless night and a.n attack of hic
coughs which racked his weakened
body aud aggravated the condition of
a fluttering heart.
He improved little, if any, during the
day and tonight, it was evident that his
physicians were less sanguine than at
any time since he was stricken.
cnnlor McCarren continued to grow
worso as the night progressed. At
midnight Dr. Hughes said:
"Sennlor McCarren. 's condition is
very serious and I can give but little
encouragement, but he is making a
FA RXS WORTHS ARRIVE
AFTER ROUGH VOYAGE
Special to The Tribune
BOSTON, Oct. 19. When the big
ocean greyhound, Komauic, docked in
this city toda', after one of the rough
est trips in her history, about the first
to go down the gang-plank wcro Mr.
and Mrs. P. J. Farusworth of Salt
Lake Gity and their four daughters.
They have ,inst completed a livo months'
tour of Europe Their trip across the
Atlantic on the Eoraunic was a notable
one. For tlvo days the ship has been
buffeted about in a terrific slorm which
for three days "was so severe that the
passengers fcve.ro battened into the cab
ins. Giant waves completeh enveloped
the' fihip many times. The ship as a
result of the storm -was nearly thirty
hours overdue. The Farnsworths arc to
leave at onco for their home.
I PMMWCIMIY WORK OF POLICE BEPAMTMENT
V . . T.
X Thni was jrroal work which tho Salt Lake police clfpai'lmonl aceomplisho.il in uncovering 1
'.I iho mysterious' persona sro who foully slow Police Officer Riley. Everything had been rloue T
& by the ehureli-coutrollerl newspapers that, could be done lo discredit Ihe Avork ol Ihe police T
X department aud to cast doubt, upon-the accuracy of their suspicions when Ihc young Culi- T.
j; forniit hiishelnian was arrested 'and held for that crime.' y
'X, Bui., notwithstanding the annoyance and malicious criticisms of these officials, t.hcy j
X worked unceasingly day and night, building up a chain of evidence that became so strong T
X that, the murderer, even knowing he faced an ignominious death or life-long imprisonment, Y
X found it necessary to yield aud lo confess. x
And his confession was a elean-e.ut, straightforward statement Ihnt'bcnrs the imprint f !l
V truth, if not, t.hc whole truth, and it is supported by all the important cireu instances of the T
j; crime. ' T
It is distressingly discouraging lo faithful officials lo be confronted with a case so dif-
1(1 liculL as was this, not: lo menliou (he annoyance of Having- their vork prejudiced by venal f
T persons Avhose purpose was not to serve the ends of jtisti'ce, Jut l to'iiiyolvo a great and press- If.
v in: public question in tho slime of dirty politics. y
J. CJhief Barlow,.. Incut. Shannon. Detectives Sheets. Burt and 'others., who had charge -f 1
lj this ease, arc entitled to congratulations for the swift and elTcctive work they have done, V.
Y. for, had I hey failed, they must have been ihe objects, no matter how unjust;, of the X
i scorn of thousands of citizens 'whose minds had already been biased by the vindictive opposi- ;;
! tion press. . - . v
T 1 T
Sealed Verdict of Jury to Bo Re
turned Into Court Wednes
HUSBAND ON THE STAND
SAYS THAT WIFE LIES
Grows- Excited When Denying
Charges of Improper Con
duct With Other Women.
NEW YORK, Oct. If). A jury in
the supreme court will tomorrow an
nounce whether the second matrimon
ial venture of Frank Work's daughter,
Frances Work Burko -Iioche - Bal.onyi,
and the second venturo of her second
husband, is to be called off, but the
decision will not .be known until to
morrow, -when n sealed verdict will bo
opened before Justice O'C-forman.
A 11 rol Batonyi, a native of Austria,
and a former professional whip and
hdrsoman, took tho Ktnnd himself this
afternoon to deny his wife's charges
of improper conduct with two women.
After much family history had been
aired, counsel for hoth " sides had
sum nicd up, and tho court told tho ,iur
ors if they accepted the denial by Ba
tonyi that ho had visited :ln npartment
in Central Park West or had taken a
taxicab ride with Beatrice Bovaine, an
actress, they must bring 111 a verdict
in his favor. If, on the other hand,
they did not accept the denial, there
yet remained lo them the duty of de
termining from the evideuce of the
seven witnesses for tho plaintiff wheth
er or not a statutor3' offense had been
When the jury camo into court again,
after throe hours' deliberation, it. was
announced that the question should be
further debated. They wcro therefore
sent homo for tho night, with yisl ruc
tions to report in the morning.
Calls "Wife a Liar.
The dy was marked at the opening
with more testimony by witnesses for
Mrs, Batonyi to prove tho Austrian
whip had been unfaithful to her. This
was followed by emphatic testimony
of the defendanr. who spoko so hcat
cdby and with such feeling that ho was
admonished by the court He denied
his wife's allegations, branded them as
lies, said he tvus hounded by detectives
and accused his wife's relatives and
others of alienating her affection, in
connect ion with which he has a suit
for damages pending.
Mrs. Batonyi was in court all day,
but nu sign of recognition passed be
tween Lor and the man she is suing
for absolute divorce. Batonyi in pre
vious proceedings won his suit for sep
aration and they buve been living apart
Cross-csuanination of the defendant
by Mrs. Bntonvi's lawyers brought out
some new sidelights ou tho case today.
"What is your real uainof' he was
"You have liad another name?"
''Two other names," responded the
"What wore thoy?"
"Kohn and Muremberg,'' he replied,
changed my name just as the
Works did. Their name was originally
Worth when they were sailors."
CANNON MAKES ATTACK
ON REPUBLICAN INSURGENTS
ELGIN, 1.11.. Oct. 19. Speaker Jo
seph G. Caiiuoiu tonight attacked the
Republican insurgents in congress and
defended himself tigninst various at
tacks in a vehement two-hour address
before, the Illinois Mayors association.
Speaker Cannon vigorously, denied
that his eJectiou as spoakor was brought
about through u deal with Tauuuuuy
hall. The speaker also asserted that
Representative Fowler of Now Jersey
was dropped as chairman of the hquse
committee on currency and bankiug'bo
cause of his refusal to report to the
house and emergency curroucy measure.
"I was over iu Iowa lust week," ho
said. " and found that if is an open
secret there that Senator Cummins not
only purposes to join hands with Brj'an
but says the agitation will not stop
and that he will appeal' to the people
until the tariff is revised according to
CHURCHES WILL COMBINE
TO MAKE WAR ON EVIL
NEW YORK. Oct. 19. A campaign
of newspaper, magazine and billboard
advertising lo call tho attention of the
American public to the- importance of
roniedying cortain pressing social, econ
omic and religions problems will bo
conducted, beginning with the new
year, by tho combined Protestant
'churches' of the United States, it was
nnnouneiwi today. Tho work is iu
charge of Row "Charles StclzelJ. presi
dent of the Presbyterian church's de
partment of church and labor, aud is
sponsored by the Home Mission council,
representing Protestant churches with
a combined membership of about IS,-000,000.
CHILD MAKES CHARGE
OF MURDER IN COURT
CTICA, N. Y-. Oct. IS. A number
of dramatic incidents marked the first,
day of (he trial of Theodore Kixzo for
the atrocious child-murders and the cli
max was reached today when little
Fanny I'nfttsino, the surviving victim
of tho fragedy. went upon tho witness
stand, and. after Idling the horrible
details of the eriuie, rose front her chair
and pointed 1.0 lii.zo as the murderer.
Ilixso, with blanched face anil 03'cs
buliring. cowered under the eharee.
The father and mother of the Poroco
pio child, one of the children murdered,
t-howcil marked enmity toward the pris
oner in I'ivtnir thnir testimony and both
threatened and cursed him.
Peary's Valet Honovctl.
NEW YORK. Oct. IP. "Mat" lieu
son, the uegro who accompanied Com
nianderPcary on his polar dash, was
the guest of honor at a dinner given by
the leaders of New York's negro pop
IB DIFFERENT III I
em mil I
Smootif.es Cannot Deceive Pufr H
' lie as Has Bmi Done in H
INTELLIGENT CITIZENS KNOW ' I
MENDACITY OF "THE BUNCH'
General Disgust at Nasfy Work I
of Scarlet Headed Siiioot H
The "federal bunch" is dealiug with
an entirely different constituency these
days than-when their principal 'mouth
piece was the malodorous, misdirected
That newspaper had been established
to enable a half-dozen political charla
tans or the typo of Smoot, Callistcr,
Fussy Jimmy, Muttou Bill, Kinky
Booth and Harry Joseph to unload their
bile on this community and professedly
to "break the Tribune." Jt secured li
clientele composed of pctuut politi
pans and bigoted saints who were look- 1
ing for a clieap uewspuper and would
not pa- tho regular price for the Ncwa
if they could get something -with apos
tobc sanction for flffy cents. There
fere, when the "Mouth" lied about u
proposition f il. generally speaking, jl
made the lie stick. And it led its eon ll
stituency into tho polling places like
dumb brutes are led into the shambles.
Now, however, there is a difference.
Several thousand of tho readers of the 'M
Herald arc trying to satisfy tbcmselvafi
with the product of the recently formod
newspaper fusion, culled by somo, for
lack of a more appropriate name, the
"Hyphen "or lhe"Daily Hemorrhage. " 11
But the intelligent ones arc not follow
ing Smoot 's new newspaper's policv.
They know better. They know that
the "1I-U" is lying. The- know that
it is vile. The- are beginning to look
upon its nasty frout page and its uas
tier editorial columns with abhorrence.
Hundreds who swore they would never jH
do so arc becoming readers of the Trib
unc. Man of these do not liko tho
Tribune's political polity, but they do
know that it is a reputable newspaper. jH
The policy of the "Daily llcmorrh
ago" is strengthening Mayor -Brans-ford
and the American 'party with each
day. Jt is correspondingly decimating
the ranks of the church-Republicans,
and it is driving decent Democrats into
upon rcbclliou. The old Herald patrons
had convictions. As a rule they were
an independent class. Now that, they
see the purpose of Smoot and the fed
oral bunch, as mirrored dairy by the jH
pages of Smoot 's uewspaper venture,
they find t.hoir thoughts drifting grail jH
unlly but surely into the channel
through which courses ihc sentiments
of a large majority of the bct meu
and womou aud the most intelligent
men and women of this great city.
They arc becoming Americans of ncces
si 1 3- Americans for self -protection
Americans because they know that no
city has over beeu bnildcd on such rot.
such deco.it, such diabolical political
charlatanry as they have witnessed
exude from tho church-controlled news
papers during the past ten days.
One of the latest "hemorrhages" of
, Smoot 's scarlet-headed sheet, contains a
1 decluration that former Senator Thorn
as Kcurns has "time and again since
. tho convention of the American party"
, made the declaration that"'as soon as
we win this elcctiou. my party will
issue more bonds and it wili be u two
; million bond issue this time, too."
Especial emphasis was also given to jH
the words "my unrty." jH
In the first place there is no man iu IH
' Salt Lake who knows bettor than VM
Thomas Koarns that it would be impps
siblo to bond the city for two million,
and. of course, he has never given ex
prcssion to any sentiment of this kind.
Besides, if there were to be a boud it
sue or any public indebtedness locally,
it would affect Thomas Koarns ten
times more personally, than every mem
ber of the ' -federarbunch," including
the controlling authorities of the domi
naut church, the trustccs-in-trust and
twenty-five other of the most wealthy
iuid active .sup)orters of tho apostolic
way of conducting local political af
fairs. Mr. Keams is among the most
progress! vo and enterprising citizens ot
Salt LakCj and ho shows his faith iu
this city by investing practically all
his fortune' iu things calculated to
make Salt Lake greater aud more beau-
Tf ho has ever mado use- of iho term
"my party." it has been 1 done with
I he same spirit and iu the same manner
as an' oilier citizen who might claim
allegiance to any organization. As a
mutter of fact, and of general knowl
edge among Amcricnus, Mr. Kearns has
received less consideration at tho bauds
of the party than the most humble
worker within l ranks. Not a single
apnin1mont to office has been made
at his suggestion. Ho rarely attends
American party meetings, knowing full
well (hat liis i'uemics aud Ihe eucmies Jl
of the party ;tre only too eager to
charge him "with undue activity. Tie
has received uo favors that "have been
denied to any other man, aud there is
not au active man iu the party but
knows this to be absolutely ti no.
To charge the expression such as
"my paity" to Mr. Kearns, as sug
gcsl ivo of ownership, which is silly, is to jH
say that when one speaks of "my coun- JM
Iry," "my people." "my God' or
any like eiprcssiou. carries also wilh
il 'ownership. And it is hard to under
stand what advautage Smoot 's uasfy
newspaper hopes fo gain by parading
things so silly as this.
Some lotvil artist, might make a
clever dm wing of the aoosiolic senator JU
with his body entwined by a monster VM
stupoiil. in Hie act of .strikine its fauL'S IH
into the political apostle's vitals. If IH
this Kerpoul were labeled "The Cop-
perhead," the picture would illustrate VM
with iiupelliiu! force the truthfulness IH
of the local situation.
The copperhead Democrat who is tho IH
editor of Smoot "s po'-c'nllod Republican.
is ccrtainlv playiuir havoc wdth the
apostle's hope for geuuiuo public favor
in this state. The nasly work of tho
(oniiuued on Pnge Two