: I SIDES WITH UTLEf
l Vili Cnduct Pi'osecu
fj S tions at San Diego Independ
Y ent of Local Authorities.
! CASE AGAINST POLICE
j fcfustrial Workers Claim
They Were imprisoned VVith
!W Due Process of Law.
DIEGO, May 26- Attorney Gen
ii l'. B. "Webb, who with his chief
j-jtv, Ramond Benjamin, came to. San
wo iit the order of Governor .rohneon
pTtJpatc the I. TV'. TV. situation, an
fcatd tniilfcht that If prosecutions of
tn! connected vdth either side of tho
illod "frco spoech" controversy wcro
jjjrlgkcn, he would net. conjointly with
fold Attorney JL Utlcy.
6 w! District Attorney Utley who
U charged ly Harris Wcinstuck, Gov
Johnson's epcclat comml68loncr,
S fcavlnir been derelict in his duly.
yr wbb And Mr. Benjamin passed
jijy In autonioblllng. They motored
-us (he international border into
1,1(0 visiting Tijuana. Hie scene of a
iti In iho revolution which resulted
ih overthrow of the Dlnz recime.
!" district attorney stated .after tholr
thut he had no Idea whether he
H eonduc' a formal Investigation of
. trouble here He Hald ho could not
ihov Ions It would take him to learn
the acts In the matter.
jfs plans for tomorrow included a con
ia with D F. Glldden. city prosccu
, who was in charge of the prosccu
i of the larpe number of Inductrlal
Kfcere of the World who were ar
id hire several w eeks ago.
Jr. GlWden said he wa in possession
Sin)' statements by the workers to
, fffoct that he had no respoct for
"American or any other flapr "except
i rei one" and that they believed
heads of government should be laid
!a' action planned for tomorrow by
j H. Moor and Marcus Wr. Robbinn,
wnv? for several Industrial Workers,
illlnp trials on charges growing out
th contest over the street speaking
lnincfl of San Diego. Is nn attempt
obtain from District Attorney Utlcy a
whim nsainst Chief of Police J. K.
fearges Against Police.
Thry charge the pollco with false ini
BOTincnt, abduction and assault In
o'ttlon wlili the taking from this city
! their Ftoiiographcr. W. S. Rawlins,
iir K nawlfns declared Chief Wilson
i two other men had taken him out
ffiu DIcko In an automobile and or
rtd him "not to return
Hi hope to obtain a complaint against
k chief and also a warrant for his ar- j
n ami said if they could not effect I
l purpose through the district at
Rty they would take tho mnlcr up
fi the nupririor court judges.
Diilricl Attorney Utloy "declined to
ocasf Ills action In tho matter until
iccusatlons against Chief Wilson had
n formally pla"ccd before him by the
Jjjeph Meyers, captain of dotcoiivcs.
it today he v.-as not afraid that, any
mtrould not uphold the police so far
i thdr actions In connection with the
17, W situation hero was concerned,
jt fild III annwer to Special Commls
r WclnHlorlc's statement that Meyers
declared the workers could not ob
(p permit from the police to iold
Jwl meetlnrrs. that the workers had
3 the privilege
iys Law Broken.
CiDtaln Myei declared the workers
Ubrokon the law by holding meetings
Itti street and in thos very mcetia
uppfalcd to their listeners for money
!,Mip Asia the ordinance.
jA to Wolnsloolcs statement that no
mmt were found on any workers who
t arrested." said Slayers, "there Is
"'""'Be about that. Thov cx
to be arrested ami naturally would
k nave aimed themselves, as thoy
tnya have been prooccuted on tho
Tor carrying concealed weapons. For
me reason thev wore careful to
nm sober so they could not be charged
g 'drunkenness. They wanted to bo
In order to nil the Jails."
jjl EXTEND LINES
irffbior That the AVyoming Oil
Fields Will Be Tapped Ap-
.; parcntly Con firmed.
Jjl to Tlie Tribune.
SPEn, Wyo.. May 2G.-.Rccent ru-
,hat Hie Burllnprton will build a
rem Caape,- north through the Salt
oil fields to Buffalo and Shcri
2 In? the resources of the bi oil
4na of the rich agricultural section
'tri1?nh ,rlbntary to its Gulf project.
dy 8trenglhened today when per
, irrlvhiff from the oil fields reported
Jurvc.vnfr outnt at work I)0I.lh Qf
g"- Tho Burlington is now laylns
krm'Wlcr rlvcr" whcrc lt wi" con
E'lh the Northwestern, a section of
r ' undor lease to Orin Junction,
Fmicctlon is made with, the Colo
Southern recent arrival of high Burlington
JiM oil"1 Coa,)cr' w''cre they invcstl-WN-Mi
l;ond,t,on,' nd Inspected sites
iftrieland frGlRht 'ards. indicates that
Ntrni C aRrccmnl w'th tho Korth
Bmo my lc,nPrary, and lends color
Bkio of a lin,i to the oM fleltl' to
tBp7d.a?d Sherid;1n- The cxtrnordl
liB I Mt of thc Sa,t Cl'epk 0,1
dBor UlC ,aet nlnct' daytt, during
W'hf C"n increased approximately
Bat tA ,0Scthcr wlth lhc ,uv
ii dcVrlPniont work now under
Jmit nfl Ininoi tant factor in the rnll
m Pi2dcclslon to build.
ri: Children dry
IL OR FLETCHER'S
Jho timo t0 Rct' rid f vour
l)BIdBI Y" TrH1 find Chamber.
aB tmll W??t W0derfnlly effcective.
WeXC m11 wiH convin'-o yon oC
jjmt!, il- l'or sale by all j
B3Lih'nWBh'..M?si -5. Fred Rrnnner
BSS L? ,Jrlnklng cyanide of
SvS. W )b woman
IIKr of 1m c,?"fl no' endure the
y hlch I., lvorrH wlr" curing j
jpl, ,en lie considered community j
nSS CHANG- YUYI.
MISS CITATs'G I'DYJ, daughter of
Cliang Yin-Tang, Chinese embassa
dor to Washington, who christened the
Chinese cruiser. Fci ITung, at Camden,
. X The Fci Hung is tho only warship
in the world started by an empiro and
finished by a republic. The original con
tract was lot to the New York Shipbuild
ing company by tJic Imperial Chincso gov
ernment before tho revolution. Whon
tho republic was established tho com
pany was notified lo continue the work.
LEWIS HIS THE
(Continued from Page One.)
"If tho truth will not help me. nothing
"I will stand by my husband," said
TUrs. Lewis. Beyond this sho would make
According to her statements to friends
earlior today, sho had no intimutlon of
the tragedy which was impondlinr yes
terday. Lewis luid not been drinking:
he apparently was in n:ood spirits and
hail dinner with his wife last night. He
was cheerful when he loft. Tho couple
have no children.
It is said that TjcwIs will plead the
"unwritten law" In defense of Ills crime.
Ho blames tho present condition of Mrs.
Lewis, it Is said, upon the man he killed
last night. Mrs. Lewis would not dla
I cuss this beyond saying, "I will stand
by tnv husband."
Tho Inquest will be held by Coroner
Bell at tl o'clock tomorrow morning.
Tollver was at tho head of the ToIIvor
Aerial Navigation company, organised a
year or more ago. Considerable stock
was sold In San Diego. A largo dirigible
balloon was constucted In a canyon ad
Joining Ihe Tollver homo. Several months
ago a flight with the dirigible was at
tempted, but tho experiment was a fail
ure. Residents in that neighborhood pro
tested that tho gas-tilled hag was a men
ace to the neighborhood and Tollver was
ordered to take the balloon apart. He
was engaged In this work and had ar
ranged to reconstruct the dirigible at
Grosxnont. several miles outside the city
Tollvor made similar unsuccessful ex
periments with a dirigible at San Fran
cisco several years ago.
Cause of Trouble.
Lewis camo liore from San 1'Vanclsco
nioro than v. year ago to accept a posi
tion as privato secretary and chauffour
to Toliyor. Soon afterward ho was sent
to San Francisco to purchase chemicals
for making tho gas to be used in the
dirigible. Tt was at this time that tho
troubles between Lewis and Tollver start
ed it Is said. Lewis, according to the
testimony given by Tollvor in local courts.
Instead of doing the business for -which
he was commissioned, spent his time
purchasing wine and expensive suppers.
Tollver refuncd lo pay the oxponso bill.
Lewis filed suit to recover 5500, but got
judgment for about S3i. Previous to
this he had been discharged by Tolivor.
After the civil suit. Xcwls was separated
from his xvlfe. Sho went to Mr. and
Mrs Tollver for protection, sho said.
This led to Lewis tiling suit against Toll
ver for 310.000. alleging ho had alienated
Mrs. Lewis's affecllons. A reconciliation
between Lewis and his wife took placo
before this suit was brought to trial.
It was thought that this had ended Ihe
trouble until the tragedy came las night.
By International 'News Service.
MINNRAPOIjIS, Minn.. May 26. In tho
presence of a greaL audience, hundreds
having been turned away, the newly
olocted Methodist bishops were conse
crated to their high offie in an lmpos
intr and solemn service this afternoon.
Each of the new bishops was conse
crated by two bishops, and each in turn
vvas presented for consecration by two
ministers of their respective conferences.
The following bishops were consecrated:
Bf.-ihop Homer Clyde Stomitz, 1) h hop
Theodore Sonicrvllle Henderson, Bishop
William Orvillo Shopard. Bishop Nap
Uhall T.uclcock. Blshon Francis John Mc
! rvmrVll Bishop Frederick Dclnnd .Leet.
Bb hop Rl'-V.ard .Kwoph Cook Bishop
V bur Itton Thirki d. Missionary
Bishop John Wesley Robinson and MIs
;lor arv Bishop William Terry livoland.
SHOCK IN OLD MEXICO
GUADALAJARA. Mexico, via Mexico
cii v llav 2i5 TH It.v was again vlo
' iriiliv shaken by an oarthdiiukc at 10:15
on L-ht! The shock was tho heaviest re
corded during lh present period of s-.Ih-nlu
listiirbancct:. Many Walls were
cricked. Thousand!! of persons prepared
to pass the night In the parks and gar-
dBccnnd ahock, much lighter, followed
twentv minutes after the first.
Vor more rh two weeks since the
first hoax' earttiriuake, light tremor'
li- vf been experienced nl Intervals. Ter
ror has again lakui posseuslon of the
" Writer Believes Ohio Votes
Were Not so Much Pro
Roosevelt as Anli-Taft.
SMOOT IN A. QUANDARY
Utah Senator Is Thought to
Have Led the Mormons
Into Serious Situation.
BY ALFRED HENRY IYIB.
By International News Service.
WASHINGTON, May L'6. It Is .slngulur.
nol to say discouraging, that commonly
the man of politics will only say what
ho docs bclicvo and does know anony
mously. Ho reserves his namo and Is
willing to bo quoted for no more than
what he turns his back upon as a prln
elple or doubts and distrusts as a fact.
Bring up tho coming conventions in
talk with house man or sonator these
Washington days, and ho will begin with
the remark, given with, an anrrious em
phasis. "Don't quote 'me," and then ho
will go on to say that by cvorv sign and
signal smoko the opposing candidates will
bo Clark and Roosevelt.
Also It matters little whether h be for
Taft or Roosevelt or Clark or Underwood
or TVilEon or any other of those eminent
ones whose names have et arm-in-arm
with national honors.
Consensus of Opinion.
The aggregate of prophecv Is that
Roosevelt will beat Taft in New Jersey.
'Plioro is tliis to be noticed, however, as
foreshadowing a. dofeat. Even tho most
radical Roosevelt shoutors, all red paint
and feathers, uproar most thoroughly
that the votes in Maryland, in Massa
chusetts, in Pennsylvania, in nilnols. in
Ohio, were votes not so much pro-Roosevelt
The story told by the returns was not
that Rooseevlt carried these states but that
Tan. lost them. It was not until theso
recent primary elections that Taft got
any true impression. For this Ignorance
he blames Crane. Penrose, HlUcs, Hitch
cock and oven amooL
Smoot in the Sump.
Smoot look it for granted that Tait
would bo gii'cn a renomlnation. It ncvor
entered his head busy over the preserva
tion of Puyno-Aldrich tariff, that Rooso
vclt would or could shove Taft aside.
Smoot didn't allow for tho effocts of
the new primary .la.ws which many of
the states had passed. And now, with
Roosevelt wide Jawed and ferocious,
Smoot feels that through his blundcrings
he has gotten the MIormons Into a mesa.
Crossing over to the Democrats about
ihe Harmon headquarters there Is no
atmosphere of hope. All is respectability
and pessimism. Harmon is conservative
to the point of bolng reactionary and
this is a radical year. Decidedly It is not
a Harmon year. 'J'hcro is no real belief
that he has a chanco of being named.
Hopeless for Underwood.
It. cannot be said that tho Underwood
adherents expect to land their man. Nev-'
crthcless they arc gay and happy. Un
derwood Is young, with a score and more
of vears before him. He may bo heard
of In 1916 or 1020 or even 192J. This, for
some reason not easy to make out by
folk who trust only In tho present, serves
to cheer the southerner.
With Harmon it Is different. He is 6S
years old and so far ns a presidency is
involved lt is a caso of now or never.
Wilson men are harassed and feel
worried. For months there was a, band
Wagon effect with tho canvass of Wil
son Tlie Wilson boom Is up against
I wind and tide as say tho sailors and
so Tar from making headway is hardly
holding Its own.
Also you got the sensation of plot and
Intrigue about tho Wilson headquarters.
If upon a final nose count of delegates It
Is clear that Wilson Is beaten I speak
of a preconvontlon noso count and
that Clark has him bested, he will with
draw and throw his strength to Bryan.
Men say this has boon the understand
ing bctweon Bryan and Wilson from the
starL It is this Kecrct "Bryan-Wilson
understanding" which has become the
basin of what betting goes on favorable
to the thought of Bryan as the Demo
Monsigneur Iravellc of New York
Keeps Cool Wlicn Platform
Collapses Behind Iiim.
By International News Service.
NEW YORK, May C With hands
raised as he blessed tho foundations of
the new St. Clement's Catholic church In
West Fortieth streot. Monslgncur Tm
vello, vicar general of the diocese of Now
York, provenlcd a. serious panic today by
continuing his prayer as a platform col
lapsed bolilnd Mm, plunging fifty women
and children to the ground of the base
ment, fifteen feet below. Tho cries of
a score of injured pinned under the debris
mingled with the clamor of 3000 specta
tors, but the. priest stood immovable un
til he had finished his blessing. His calm
attitude had a quieting effect upon tho
throng and gave the pollco the few mo
ments necessary to avert a paniu. Whou
the victims of tho crash had been extri
cated seven were found to be suffering
from painful injuries, while morn than
twenty were badly bruised.
PRICES TOO HIGH FOR
By International News Sen-Ice.
BOSTON, Muss., May 20'. Beverley, the
North Shore, summer homo of I 'resident
Taft, is to suffer during tho coming holi
day season owing to the fact that thtj
majority of the lesser diplomats who have
boon vacation residents therj aro going
to shun tho famous resort on account of
the soaring prices.
Society la to lose Minister Louder of
the Netherlands and Mine. Louder, who
have already sailed for home; Minister
TJryn of Norway anil his wife, who will
spend the summer In Norway: Minister
Kkengrf and Mine. likcngrf of Sweden,
Minister and Henora Do rtlano of Spain
nnd tho Count nnd Countess Moltko of
To this list must bo added the names
of moro than a score of under secretaries
and minor legation officials, who have
couio to sco that they cannot afford the
expense of residing along tlie North Shoru
during tho summer time, as has been
United Fi'osbyterians. j
SEATTLE. May 2D. -No sr-sslon of the
general assembly of tho United Presby
terian church was held today, and the
visiting clorgymun occupied various pul
pli.s in thf city at the morning and even
ing snrviciiH. A speilnl communion serv
leu wa aUcudod by the nseniblv in the
aflornoon, Runlncia sessions will be re
BY IMMENSE CROWDS
(Continued from Paffe One.)
tho rank and file against the bosses.
It is w-c progressives who are tho real
Republicans because It Is we who aro
standing along with the rank and fllo.
Tho popular primaries have shown
that the Republican voters do not
want anyone else to govern them;
I hey want to govern themselves.
Duty of Leaders.
Every party has lo have its lead
ers. Tlie true party leader js the man
who tries to lead and not to drlvo
the votcra and to put into effect
their deliberate judgmenL lie has tho
right and the duty to "o before tho
voters and try to persuade them, but
ho has no right by trickery or vio
lence to try to Impose his own will
upon them against theirs.
Tn this campaign wo have shown
that whprcver the people have a
chance to express themselves they
have no use for bosses. lOlevcn states,
Including Ohio, have allowed ihe vot
ers of the parry to express tholr
wishes. Out of 324 deletes olectod
an these primaries the mosj. that Mr.
Tait could secure with the help of
party organization and patronage, and
with the hosscrc on hie; side, amounts
only to IS. The only states whero
Mr. Taft has securod his real vic
tories are. the states whore tho par
ty is in tho control, not of tho poo
Plo, but of the bosses. That abows
clearly on which sldo of tills Is3Uo
Mr. Taft stands.
"When. In the faco of that fact. Mr.
Taft 5ays In spite of this vote that
he expects tho Chicago convention to
be under the control of the "friends"
of constitutional government, IL Is
clearly evident; what ho means by
When lie was speaking in Ohio.
President Tait said: 'Bosaism i6 a
also Issue and a. sham.' Is Jt? The
Republican voters In Ohio, where Mir.
raft made that statement, did not
Is bos8l3rn then a false statement
and a sham?, and Mr. Taft savs.
Let lis see. This is what tho Roptib-
Icans of North Carolina think about
It. After instruotlng delegates for
me, tlie thousnnd delegates assembled
. 4 , . Rcpublioan Btate convention
at Raleigh by unanimous vote adopt
ed this resolution:
"Whereas, President Taft did on the
seventh day of March by single order
witharaw from tho senate i.ho nomi
nations of ten citizens of North Caro
lina without assigning any reason
therefor and without anv charges
against the character or qualifications
fi ifl nominees; it being understood
that the fate of tho nominees is to
ji-w-ait the actions of this conven
tion the appointmonts to be award
ed to tho factional loaders who shall
deliver the lnrgcst number of dele
gates to Mr. Taft.
. '7v?,-,,hcreoro resolvo and declare
trat this action of the president Is
ill-advised, indefensible, subversive of
good government and good morals and
in flagrant violation of the statute
governing the civil service.
"Wo unhesitatingly repudiate, rosent
arid rebuke the whole proceedings and
all parties thereto."
That Is what Republicans have lo
say about the question whothnr pub
lic offices shall bo used by men to
sot mastery over the voters, or
whothor the voters should remain
Bosaism an Issue.
That Is one way in which bosaism
bncomes a real Issue and a llvo issue.
Another way lu that which has been
usod in the state of Washington. In
all tlie Roosevelt forces carried eight
een counties; tho Taft forces only six
counties, tho remaining counties be
ing divided or contested. Tho state
corrunltteo, which was In control of
Taft men. chosen two years ago. as
sumed autholty that was unprecedent
ed and arbitrarily decided the con
tests. A clear majority 0f the dele
gates, howover, met in conformity
with the regular call for the conven
tion and elected Roosovclt delegates
to the national convention In accord
ance with the will of the voters.
Similar efforts to substltuto tho will
of tho bosses for tho will of the poo
pie were made In Kentucky, in In
diana. In Michigan, in New York and
notoriously hi the south and else
where In slate after state through
out the union. Now tho fight that
oneo seemed almost hopelessly one
sided Is ending In a victory. It has
been proved that nothing can with
stand the deliberate Judgment of the
people, not ovon the deliberate Judg
ment of the boss.
Those who want special privilege
very well know who their frionds are.
They aro glad to make alllanco with
tho bosses. That is what they mean
whon they talk about being "friends
of constitutional government." The
way to break the power of special
privilogo la to break the' power of
the boas on whom lt depends.
It. has been said by my opponents
that what I am stanalng for Is 'trea
son to the party." Whon they speak
of the party they mean the bosses
and their understrappers who have so
often manipulated the party machin
ery. I doelhie to recognise tho bosses
as embodying In Ihelr own persons
the party. I recognize the rank and
file as making up the party, and It
Is to them that my loyalty is due.
BOTH 5IDES CLAIM
NE W JERSE Y VOTES
ICKWARK. X. .T., May 20. rrcsidonl
Tal't. Colonel Roosovclt and Senator La
i'Villet.to rested today aft or throe days
of 11 io linrdosl ciuipaiuuinir they have
rtXiiL'ricnecil since thoy began the fight
for tho Jfepublicnn presidential nom
ination. The, president and IfooHOVoIt
have mndo moro than fori)' speeches
oach sinco last Thursday ami plan to
wind nn ihoir speaking' toura by two
lavs nioro of rigorous work. fSouator
La JAilletl-rt lias made fewer speeches
but lias addressed many thousands of
(lovcriior Wilson's supporters, drcln re
his HiH'oeli at .Jersey City lust niirlit de
fined I he principal is.suo at stake in
tin Domocratie primary campaign. Tlie
fovornor assorted that tlie. real i list ruc
tions rriven tho ''uniiistnieted " dele
cafes nn tho Democratic tiokot would
bo "nuyboilv but Wilson."
Tlie "Republican and Democratic cam
paigns differ widely in that the Ko
Ttiibliean candidates have made their
nnnoal udoji national issue.", whilo
Governor Wilson ami bis supporters
ami tho loenl speakers tlui(. aro plcad
itjf for the defeat of tho governor have
dwelt unou the partv struggle within
I'Jotli I lie Taft and Kooscvelt mining
ors claim the four dclegates-nt-largo
which will bo cJoctod by tlie vto of
the. whole state, and ar least sixleeu
out of Ihe twenty-four district delo
Kit ok. If anything, the. Roosevelt
claims are the more sweeping.
The president will start early tomor
row, visiting the towns along tho -M
laiitie shore, which heard Roosevelt
Saturday Ur will continuo his light
rii'hj. uo to tho hour of opening Van
primary election, having arranged to
spoak ?-l Olnssboro at noon Tuesday, an
hour before the polls open there.
Colonel Roosevelt ieiit the day
diiietlv in 0stor Bav. Tomorrow ho
will invade tho uuuiilry to tlio fioulli.-
wcit of this city, going as far eouth as
Root Will Not Decline.
By International News Service.
WASHINGTON. May 2j. Sonator Ellhu
rwoot of New York, who was recently
named temporary chairman of tho Chi
cago convention by a aub-commlttee of
wic Lepubllcan national committee, is
sued this statement tonight:
"There Is no foundation whatever for
the story that I contemplate declining to
act as temporary chairman of the Repub
lican national convention. The custom
ary duty of the committee on arrange
ments requires them to designate some
ono to render that service. I was noti
fied by the committee that they had ds
Ignated me and I accented the designa
tion. Unless that designation Is over
ruled, as, of course, it may b by the
convention, I shall serve."
Dixon at Oyster Bay.
By International News Service.
Ol'STKR BAY. N. V., Mav 26. ColonM
Roosevelt conferred over the campaign
situation at Sagamore Hill tonight with
,rn&.or Dixo". his national manager, and
Medlil McCormlck, one of the Illinois
leaders. They discussed tlie status of
tho Roosevelt delegate list but had no
figures to give out for public digestion.
McCormlck popped out of the door for a
moment and modestly ventured the pre
diction that Roosevelt would "canter In"
with the nomination, lie shied when
asked for figures.
Roosevelt lias offered no definite calcu
lation of delegates since he announced on
his Ohio trip that he had 501 already en
Bnarcd. Since then he has contented
himself with the broad prediction that he
will bo nominated on the first ballot. The
colonel is satisfied from his observation
of the New Jersey situation that his
managers there aro about right In claim
ing that he will capture twenty-four of
the twents'-cight delegates. It would
not surprise him if ho mad a clean
sweep. Ho starts out tomorrow morning
from ITobokcn on his la3t Jersey dash.
CHICAGO. May 26. The actual work
of sottlnsr the stage and seating ar-rang-omenta
for the P.epublican national
convention on June IS will begin this
Toward the end of the week members
of the national committee and reprcsen
tati'cs of various state delegations which
have been contested will be In the city
to take up preliminary work.
The night of May 23 Is the tlmo limit
set for tho filing of credential and con
tests, except from states whore the elec
tion laws provide for conventions or pri
maries after that date.
William S. Stone, sergoant-at-arms,
has on file more tbo.n 100,000 requests
for leas than 10,000 spectators' seats.
DATjLAS, Tex., May 2fi. Two state po
litical conventions will be held in Tcxa
Tuesday. The Democrats will moot at
Houston lo choose thirty-two district
delegatos and eight dologatcs-at-largo to
the national convention.
The Republicans will meet at Fort
Worth to name eight delcgatcs-at-largo
to tho national convention.
.Olapp a Candidate.
ST. PAIJI. May 20. Following a con
ference Inst night by Onnsby McKarg of
New York, one of Colonel Roosevelt's
managers and contest eicpert, Clifford
Plnchot, former chler forester, and lead
ers of the Roosevelt movement in Min
nesota, Hugh T. Halbort. of SL Paul,
today announced that United State Sen
ator .Moses E. Clapp, of Mlnnosota. prob
ably will be a candidate for temporary
chairman of the convention at Chicago
next month In place of Senator Blihu
Clark Gets Kentucky.
By International News Service.
FRANKFORT. Ky May 26. Speaker
Champ Clark has carrlod Kentucky In
the mass conventions held yesterday by
a practically unanimous vote. Of tlie
120 counties in the state the reports show
that he had carried 100 of them, and lie
will be given tho twenty-six votes from
this slate in the "Baltimore convention.
The principal fight In this content was
for the slate organization. Tho expected
happened and Ollie M. James, senator
elect, was given a torrlble drubbing, as
Governor McCreery. who was tho candi
date for temporary chairman of the state
convention, beat him almost two to one I
In the state and Governor McCrecry'E
supporters will orjranhte the party ma
chinery and have charge of the party In
this state for tho nest four years.
Wilson, in. Lead.
GRIDENSBORO, Js'. J., Muy 26. With
returns recelvod tonight from seventy
three of the 100 counties In North Caro
lina, which held conventions Saturday, it
Is evident, that control of the state con
vention will rest with the unlnstructed
delegates. The counties reporting have
a total voting strength of 790 out of 976
votes. Of the 79D votes, 44B are unln
structed. Wllhou has 1S1.S1 instructed convention
votes in thirty counties; the Underwood
strength in twenty-nine counties is 121.85
votes and the Harmon und Clark strength
combined in fourteen counties totals if. 12
Will Vote for Root.
NEW YORK. May 26. Now York's
ninety delegates to the Republican na
tional convention arc expected by Wil
liam Barnes. Jr., chairman of the Re
publican state committee to support Sen
ator Kllliu Root for tomporarv chairman
in event' of a contest. Mr. Barnes ex
pressed this belief in a statement Issued
ATLANTA. Go., May 26. Georgia's
delegation to the Domocratie national
convention, which "will be chosen at a
state convention here Wednesday, will be
accompanied to Baltimore by 1000 Under
wood supporters traveling in two special
Plans have been completed for the
Plans of Foss.
BOSTON, May 26. Governor ICugctie
M. Foss. who has been mentioned as a
possibility for the Democratic nomination
for president and for whom Massachus
etts elected eight delcgntes-at-lnrgc to
the Baltimore convention. wJII enter act
ively In the campaign of national politics
in Vermont as a "native son" of that
stale, according to a statement which he
Hot Time for Princeton.
PRINCETON. N. J., May 2G. Colonol
Theodore Roosevelt and Governor Wilson
are both polled tiled to make political
speeches here tomorrow.
President Jllbben of Princeton univer
sity consented to permit the use of Alex
ander holt for the colonel's speech on con
dition that no rcfercure be made to Presi
dent Taft. who was recently a guest of
Eyes Last Night"
How often have you
been forced to say
these very words, You
evidently have never
which gently regulate
your system and stir
your liver to action.
Supar coated or plain
at your druggist.
the university. Colonel Roosevelt wired
he would speak out of doors. The stu
dent members of the Roosevelt club havo
arranged to havo the colonel speak from
the balcony of Nassau Inn
that Governor Wilson would bo In Prince
ton tomorrow, arranged for a counter at
traction. They will hold a parade and
go to Governor Wilson's residence on
Cleveland lane, where the governor has
consented to speak.
More Claims Made.
NEW YORK. May 26.-That twenty
four of the ninety delegates from New
lork state to the Republican national
convention have pledged their support to
Colonel Roosevelt was the statement to
ilny by senator Dixon, chairman of the
Roosevelt national committer.
Medlil McCormlck of Chicago, who con
ferred with Senator Dixon at the Waldorf-Astoria,
said 6-il delegates arc now
pledged to Colonel Roosevelt
SEAL IS DE1ED
(Continued from Page Ono.)
among the other laundries of the
city. These laundries havo been
losing money, as havo other laun
dries of tho city, with a few excep
tions, and sotno of this loss can be
saved by closing the plant nud di
viding the work among the other
laundries. So far as tho Sanitary
laundry U concerned. 1 havo not
decided whether I will closo it or
pot. I will determine, that matter v
in the near futnre, howovXi Tho
new plant of tr. Morgan, on tho
west side, will ho tho second larg
est laundry in tho city. The Troy,
as you may know, is one of tho
largest, if not tho largest laundry
in the United States, and we are
employing about 260 persons at this
So far as tho employees of the
closed plants are concerned, thev
will nearly al be given positions
with the other laundries to which
the work will go. T know, of
course, that thcro has been talk of
a "laundry trust." but. there is
nothing in the talk. We havo not
formed a trust and we have no idea
of forming one, or attempting to
forpi one. Tt is simply a buHincss
proposition between Mr. Morgnn
and myself. He has bongjit Tho
Colonial and Crystal and closed
thorn, and I have boaght tho San
itary, personally, and may run it
or closo it. 1 do not vet know
DAUGHTER OF TITANIC
VICTIM TO WED IN JUNE
By International Nows Service.
PHILADELPHIA, May 26, Arrange
ments have been completed for the mar
riage of Miss Eleanor Elklns Widener,
daughter of Mrs. George D. WIdoner, to
Mr. Filz Eugene Dixon, despite the fact
that tho family of the bride is In deep
mourning for the death of tho fathc&and
brother, who lost their lives on the Ti
tanic. Tho wedding will take place on June
IS at Lynnowood Hall, the home of tho
bride's mother, and thero will bo no In
vitations and of courso no guests other
than tho Immediate relatives of the bride
Department Store Burned.
LAS VEGAS, N. :L. May 26. The
Thomas department store, tho largest In
this city, was entirely destroyed at :t
o'clock this morning. Loss, building- and
stock, ?6S.00O; InsuraJico, $55,000.
Restore Pleasing Plumpness.
Samoso Sold Under a Schramm-Johnson
Drug Company's "No Cure
No Pay" Han.
There aro a good many people in
Salt. Lake who ardently wish thoy could
find some way of getting fafc and
plump. While not ill, yet thoy aro so
thin and scrawny that their friends
think thoy cannot be well. In nino
cases out of ton this condition can "he
readll)' ovoreonio by using tho combi
nation of flcsh-fornnng foods known as
Sumosc. This little tablet taknn three
timeB a day with the food does "wonders
in building up good hoalth and restor
ing the pleasing plumpneBS that is so
Schramm-Johuson Drug Co. has the
agency for this preparation and sells
it with the promise that if it does
not. do all that is claimed. foT it in
making people gain in weight and. in
health, the money will" be refunded.
You certainly can afford to try a
50c box on this plan, as Saraose will
cost you nothing unless it gives satisfaction.
i Non-flrAproof storage may suit
B some people, but you want yonr
goods in a Keyser Firoproof Pri-
I vate Koom tho safest storage In
I Salt lake. Ve will bo pleased
I to show you through our -ware-
Free Furniture Drayage to
I "The Finest tn the West."
I Phone Wa. 2S23. 328 W. 2nd So.
I Furniture packed and
I shjpned at cut rates.
The big cake that does
ml waste, scatter or meli
CLEANS, SCOURS, POLISHES
FROM CELLAR TO GARRET
An extra fine Tea at a very low Em
Is packed in half-lb., net weight, II
air tight tins. Your grocer sells '
LUNETA TEA at 30c per pack- . i
FREE coupons for "ROGERS' If
fine silverware in EVERY pack- igj
CUTICDRA SOAP I
mm stick I
For Tender Faces ! .
Indlffpinsable or those imbjeei U red- ) j(.
nM, Ttcshc, and otbrr imtatiom lit1
fl-j ofthoalda. Ashvrine lu-sary. Norou. ij H
TSUI no 80ff,jy oaP- no senns, no vtito of
flfiu tlM of laoac2'- Ia uieWed box. 35c, at t ',
trllr Btores or hy mall. liberal easjpfc frs?. . f -
fcfiilWJ Addroni "Cuticara," Dept. 2S, BostctW i
The more yon : !
drink of if, flie ';h
better yoii like ill
it. Good for ill
every meal. :f!
Make it McDonald's Way. fjj
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BACK EAST EXCURSIONS. l '
May 18, 25, 31.
June 1, 5, 8, 12, 15, 20, 22, 29. II
July 3. 12, 20, HI J
August 1, 2, 10, 23, 31. ,1 ? 'j
September 4, 6. -M j
Chlc.-ino $35.00 ''. 5J
St. Loula 49.00 'j K 1
Minneapolis, St. Paul 82.00 Hi M'A
Omaha, Kansas City 40.00 o mil
Denver, Colorado Springs....... 22.50 t IE
Good returning until October 3L fjSlj
Stopovers. Diverse Routes. IJW
STEAMSHIP TICKETS DK
to all porta of tho world. , fill
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t Consult a good one. ,
Blood poison cured 'ngl
In a few days by the ' . Urn
new European meth- :
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complete Infornui- . i $
tJon. Sclenco has , 1
provided an equally 1 I
rapid and successful 1 V
treatment for all i
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n o s s, Varicose l '
Volno. Itunturo. i ' '
Bladder and Kidney i
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tate. Coll at once . ! J
or write. ' ' i
My offices aro open nil day from 3 J
a. m. to 5 p. m.j evening. 7 to S; t
Sundays from 10 to 12.
STATE MEDICAL CO., Rooms 263 So.
Main, over Palace Market. f l ',
II Doctors -'A
SHORES & SHORES fy '
Reliable Export Spocialiata V fT 1 ; :
249 MAIN STREET KQ, V
Salt Lake City. jj j
ALL DISEASES ::
LOW RATES SSUTOS 'W
Examination and Ha mm Wfm I If'
I Office HavmtiSWil Al:
A chattel mortKajro grivon by R. f. U I'. .
Lew and T. IL McGlllls. mortgagors, to T t j , .
C. it. Reilley. trustee, mortgaffeo, on tho; fl'iali
21at day of January. A. D. JP11, and re- I jCtTO.
corded on ths records of tho county re- ; Jj M lj
oordr of Rait Lake county, Btate of Utah. ! j
on the "1th day of January. A. D. 1911.' mlhl I
at 10:55 a. m.. In book "V of Chattel j':r"
.Mortsoses. papos 215. ia and '
220. snld mortgage heing given; i
lo aooure tho payment of notes ; ;(
aggregating $2750.00. of which said , . v'tli'.
sum there Is du,i and owing J2077.00, nnd j ;llt.
default having been made in thn condl-, k 4 '''!
Hons of said mortgage by said mort-
gnson; will l foreclosed by .ale to the . 'tiMuj'
highest bidder at public auction at 3! I . i !
i . m. on the 3rd day of June. A. 15. ' f
JP12. at S09 Plcrpont avenue. In salt I 1 jjj. 1
liuo City. Fait Lake county, state of. S-v-Vr'ii
i riah. of thf following described mort- ' !';.'
gaged persomil property, to-wlt: ,'..!
1 Those tcrlnln bar nnd FHloon fixtm'M rlJfliii '
latch contulneil In th" building known , f ' f j)
. jij th. Log Cabin suloon, at No. 4S ICobl f il M!
I Second South strcut. Salt Lake Citr, Uth. , :fe ,4 jj-
' consletlnc of a front show case, back ;f JJ
. show caae. offlco nnd partitions, safe.! if! 11$:
' desk, chairs, bar and back bar, llnolaunx ft. P r
' on floor, all bar appliances, gaa and eleo- Wll it
til.- light fixtures, two Jsatlon.nl cash. jSr'f;l
, iftgistisrs. ouc double and ono single, set- n-v -
' tc and ono elk head: II, ; . ,
1 Or so much thereof as I now Tinder 9.j f ;,
th control or In tho posseasion of said ' ' j '!
In witness whereof T havo hereunto Mt . b ft . !
mv hund thlfl ISth day of Stay. A. D. f 'I-4
I 1312 J
' ' c H. nKTLIJir, Trustee. I
, Address 601 Newlroua bldg..aU. Lak t f ;
.City, "Utah. y 3589 ImB
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