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Kj 1(5 THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER S, 1912. A
Miss Hosford Considers Dem
ocratic Presidential Candi
date Marvelous Man.
DELIVERS A BIOGRAPHY
Is Guest of Honor With Gov
ernor Judson Harmon
Mifs Hester E, Hosford, noted
writer and lecturer, addressed a largo
gathering of Democrats at tho Kcnyon
hotel last evening. Most of those
at tho nice tins: woro women, who
formed nn enthusiastic portion of the
Miss Hosford's address was in tho
natnro of an intimate character J
sketch of "Woodrow Wilson, and not i
ia an j wjnse a discussion of the is
sues of the campaign. She has been
an intimate friono of tho Wilson
family many years, nud has written a
"biography of tho presidential candi
She gave a. biographical account of
Governor "Wilson, beginning with his
.Scotch-Tri&h ancestry. A. standpat Re
publican of Atlanta who had known
him as a. boy, sho paid, told her that
as n youth he had keen perception and
wisdo"mt far beyond his years. She
said this man had told her ho. was
of tho opinion that Wilson would make
a great president.
Calls Work Marvelous.
Miss Hosford look up Governor "Wil
Fon's college career, his work as a
student at Princeton, in law school, in
the practice of law, and as an ad
vanced student at .lohn Hopkins uni-
I lt.-i.. . JuiiL. jiu cimiu umi: wiii.ieu
a thesis on "Congressional Govern-
mcnt,? at tho ago of L'f), and when ho
had never visited congress, a thesis
I that is in universal use as a text book
in every advanced country of tht
j world and that is pronounced by ex
perts thn most masterly discussion of
the subject ever written, &hc cou
tt sidered marvelous.
S Miss Hosford passed over the gov-
ernor's career as a college professor
U and collego president quickly, coming
1 to his political career, dating from his
k nomination as governor of New Jersey
J two yrars ago. She spoke at length of
ni.s triumph over Tamos Smith, Jr.,
Democratic boss of New Jersey, as tho
achievement which will make "him tho
next, president of the United States.
, That Wilson could have defeated a
man whoso political niachino extended
lo even- remote quarter of the state
and whose political sagacity mado him
l ho biggest boss of anv party in
I America, sho regarded as "one of tho
greatest victories for the people in tho
a present agp.
I Was Not Bathing.
Miss Hosford was a guest at the
Wilson home at the timo tho governor
was nominated for president. She said
that the press story that Governor
Wilson was taking a bath wheu tho
news of his nomination reached him
was inaccurate. As a matter of fact,
she said, tho Wilson familv was at
dinner at Sea Girt. The governor, Bhe
I .a id, gave no visible sign of elation,
I " declared that the solemnity of tho
1 occasion affected him more deeply than
tho noj of victory.
I , Hosford reforred only briefly to
1 ( olonel Boosovelt. She said-:
There are only two kinds of states
men In this country. One kind Is those
u 0 fo,r, H'eniHelves first, lost and
all of the time. If any benefit might
occur inddcntlly to tlio body politic,
nL?l-l aTd S2?A' 'V11 !t ,B no- the
first object. Tho other type is verv
rare. It consists of those statesmen
1 w .re (or the I,eoP'e flrr.t. Ishc and
all the time, and placo all personal
Interests secondary to those of the
If I didn't believe that "Woodrow
T llson was of this latter tvp. I
" Tr,ou.,dn't be here taking to you to-
? night. As governor of New Jersey
! he appealed to that which was high
est, noblest and beat In the assembly
of New Jersey. If that did not accom-
pllsh the result, ho threatened to go
, out In the legislative districts and
: whip the legislators In Joint debate
j, before their own constituents. That
j accomplished the result.
Will Uplift Roosevelt.
It Sb characteristic of Woodrow WIJ-
mi son that hn steadfastly refuses to
slanderously assail his political oppo
HB nents has has become the prartlep
i Uh other candidates In thin cm-
imlgn. It Is Maid of Governor "Wilson
lhat he has reformed the Republican
ab well as the Democratic party in
New Jersey. Therefore I say that If
I Governor "Wilson la not elected presi
dent of the United States which
would be a miracle, for, of course, wc
all know he Is golm? to be elected
If he reforms Theodore Roosnvelt, ho
will have performed a signal service
for tho American reople. Woodrow-..
Wilson will never defend to Theo
dore Roosevelt's standard. P.nther
will he bring Roosovelt up to hi
standard. In this day of unbridled
and reckless political attacks. Jover
nor Wllfon's speeches arc filled with
refreshing and scholarly statesman
ship. Ha has never- been tempted to
descend to personal attacks. The sr
cret of his allilude Ilea In the purity
of his moral vision.
"With Governor Judson Harmon. Miss
Hosford was guest of honor at u spc-
IS yesterday. At noon she was entertained
I by fifty. Democratic women at the
i Commercial club with an elaborate
1 luncheon. Governor Harmon called at
9 the conclusion of the luncheon and
1 spoke a few words.
The afternoon was occupied with an
automobile trip. After the address
; Miss Hosford received the worn n in-
formally. Sho left at H:in o'clock for
San Francisco and will pass the next'
four weeks in California in the interest!
of the Democratic party, I
Samuel Russell opened the meeting
iRBt night with au appeal for earcful'
thought on the part of the voters. Ho
h eulogized Wilson and called attention
H! to those qualities which, he said, best
fitted the candidate for the presidency.
Mr. "Russell introduced Mrs. H. .1. Hay
ward, president of the Women's Demo
cratic club, who presided.
A feature was the excellent music.
Charming solos wero sung by Miss Xn
2 talie Branch and Mrs. Ray. A male
vocal and string quartette also fur
nished splendid selections.
Hg Gold dollars for you. Sec McKcllar
Hrc & r'- nd, page 15.
I TO. & Jofjngott
Born March 16, 1SS1. Died Oct. 7, 1011.
Ml PASSES AWAY
Wilford A. Johnson Dies of
Peritonitis at Provo Gen
eral . Hospital.
Special to The Tribune.
PROVO. Oct. 7. A mantle of gloom was
casL over Provo IIiIk morning when the
news of the dfalh of Wilford A. Johnson!
became known. Mr, Johnson died at the
Provo general hospital at 12:15 this morn
ing of peritonitis, after an. operation for
nppendlfltls which was performed Inst
Tuesday night between 11 and 11 :.T0
o'clock, lie had been ailing for the past
six weeks, but was not thought lo lo In
any danger until taken suddenly worse
at- 10 o'clock Tuesday night.
Wilford Alexander Johnson was the
son of the late John T. Johnson, and was
born in Provo March lfi, 1SS1. He hud
11 veil here all of his life. For ten years
he acted as the local representative, of
the l.'lnh Susar company, leaving that
position four years ngo lo accept the
place of assistant cashier nt the State
Bank of Provo, of which he was a stock
holder. He also wni heavily Interested
In the Moore's Independent Drug com
pany of this city, and was active In other
business enterprises. IBesldes a mother,
Mrs, Dorothy Johnson, of this city, he Is
survived by two brothers, Eugene of
; Provo and JjeRoy Johnson of Snlt Lake,
and three filstern, Mrs. John M. Wilson
and Mrs. William Holmes of Salt Lake,
and Mrs. LeRoy Jacques of Provo, besides
numerous other relatives throughout the
Funeral services will bo conducted from
tho stake tnbernacle Wednesday, begin
ning at 3 p. in. Friends can view the
body at the family residence, comer of
Fourth South and Fourth East streets,
from 10 to 12:30 tho day of. the funeral.
A movement to establish an interur
ban electric lino between Salt Lake
and Provo has become apparent,
through tho efforts of the promoters of
the enterprise to secure the necoseary
franchises in the towns that will be
touched by tho line. S. J. Thurman,
attorney for the promoters, said last
night tiiat John McGinnis of Butte and
Thaddous S. Lane of Spokano wero be
hind the proposition and that it would
surely moan an interurban line as pro
posed. He also said that this had noth
ing to do with any other compan.y or
companies that have discussed such a
lino in the past.
Details of tho franchise were agreed
upou by the promoters and the citizens
of American Fork Saturdav. Yester
day they were practically, although not
filially, agreed upon in Pleasant Grove.
Lcbi and Provo will be petitioned to
morrow. Tho plan is looked upon with
favor by the cilir.ens of Provo, it is
said. It was roported thoro last, night
that the now road would result in a
new opera house and new hotel, neither
to cost less thau $75,000.
CONFERENCE IS HELD
ON NEW ORDINANCE
Commissioner W. H. Korns and Attor
ney P. J. Daly of the city legal depart
ment held a conference yesterday relative
to tho tlnal droftlng of the ordinance to
create the office of lund and water at
torney for Salt Lake.
The details of the proposed measure
were exclusively published in The Trib
une several weeks ago.
It Is proposed to create the new office
In tho legal d'-partmcnt" in order to place
all local matters pertaining to the laud
and water Interests of tho city under ope
CHIEFS OF FOREST
SERVICE ARE COMING
A meeting of the district foresters of
the Unltxl State: forest service will be
held in the Salt Lake federal building
November 7. The session will be attended
by the chief of the service. Henrv S.
Grnves. and oilier Washington officials
of the department. The district chiefs
arj six In number and sre stationed In
Missoula. Mont.., Denver, Albuquerque. N.
M.: Portland, .dn Francisco and Oifden.
The activities of the nervine at the pres
ent time will be dlfu-iused bv the chief
forester and his . assistants.
M1LFORD MAN LOSES
LARGE SUM IN GOLD
Picking up his grip from whore It had
been slandlnc In the rutlroud station at
Woods Cross for two hours. Thomas Wil
liams of Mllford came to Salt Lake ves
trsrday before hn discovered that tho bot
tom of the bug had been cut open and i
$530 In cold stolen.
Mr. Wltliamx wan advised bv the police
tn retnrn to Woods Cross and report the
nattct to tho sheriff.
TO PLACE CHARITY
Oil LOGICAL BASIS
Prominent Men of Chy Will
Form Corporation for j
Scientific Good Work. j
PLANS WELL STUDIED j
Comprehensive Outline of
Work Proposed Is Given
Articles of incorporation will be filed
today of tho Charity Organization so
ciety of Snlt Lake City. It. was de
ciJcd to lake this action at a meeting
held hif t nighl in Ihe University dub,
tho meeting being the Inst of a scries
of meetiugH that have boon held prc
lintiniiry to the incorporation, which is
for the purpose of conducting charities
of this city on a sciontil'c bass. W.
Mont Ferry, v,-ho acted as chairman at
the mooting hist night, was given au
tUorit to tile the articles of incorpora
tion todjjy. Officers and a board of di
rectors were chosen, as follows:
President, Dr. T. B. Beatty: vice
president . the Rev. Elinor L Goshen,
and treasurer, M. II. Walker. The mat
ter of a general secretary, which is to
be a paid office, was not disposed of.
Tho bomd of directors elected last
night are W. W. Armstrong, George ii.
Aucrbach. Dr. T. B. Heatty, V,. (J. Cas
tor and F. A. Druehl, for ono yoar;
S. D. Eva us. .1. B. Evans, W. .Mont
Ferry, the Rev. lOImnr J, Goshen and
George. Pvnor. for two vcars: W. B,
Rice. .Mrs. Adolph Simon, Mrs, Charles
W. Whitney, M. A. Wiilker and Rich
ard W. Young, for three years.
The plan of the society is not to give
relief from its general fund except for
emergency relief, but may hold and
apply any property or money received
bv il for relief or special purposes,
lopibers of committees and any volun
teer friendly visitors may be members
of the society so long as thcy are en
gaged in actual work. Thoro may be
animal, associate, subscription and" ex
officio members, the duties and re
quirements of each being outlined in
the. articles of incorporation.
The object, of tho society, as set
forth in the articles of tho' incorpora
(a) To be a. center of Intercom
munication among the various char
itable agencies in Salt Lake. To
foster liarmonious co-operation among
them and to check the evils of over
lapping relief. For this purpose it
shall maintain a confidential registra
fb) To Investigate thoroughly tho
cases of all applicants for relief which
are referred to the society for In
quiry, ami to send the persons having
a legitimate interest In such cases
full reports of tho results of Inves
tigation. (n) To provide visitors who shall
personally Httend cases needing coun
sel and advice.
(d) To obtain from the proper char
ities and charitable individuals adc
(e) To procure work for persons
who are capable of being wholly or
(f) To repress mendicancy by the
above means and by the prosecution
(g) To carefully work out such
plans for helping families to hell)
themselves, thereby becoming self
dependent, an may seem most prac
ticable. (h) To promote the general welfare
of the poor by socla.1 and sanitary re
form, by industrial Instruction, and
by the Inculcation of habits of provi
dence and self-dependence and by the
establishment and maintenance of
?.ny activities to these ends.
STATE SHOULD PI
SS DOB CITIZEN
Tho insistence by the water department
upon the collection of a $175 deposit for
a water meter from the State Fair as
sociation was the cause of a tilt last
nii;ht at the city commission meeting be
tween Mayor Samuel C Park and Coni
mlssionci W. II. Korns.
Tho argument arose over a motion by
Mr. Korns calling for Iho rebate of a yll.
Hat rate payment which Jind been made
by tho Fair association and the Insist
ence upon the collection of the deposit.
The commission was of the opinion
lhat the. Fair association should pay
for whatever water was used, tmt whs
Inclined to think that the deposit re
quired seemed out of proportion to the
water consumption. Commissioner Korp:;
took the view that tho rimo treatment
should be accorded to tho state sts la
given a. private user. Tie. said that he
had gathered this to bo the Idea of tin:
commission from a remark which ho at
tributed to Mayor Park. Tho mayor said
that he had never mado any such remarrc.
Final action on the motion was held
up by Mr. Konis's withdrawal of the mo
tion until a meeting can be held with
the directors of the asrfoclatlon.
The commission, upon recommendation
of Dr. Samuel G. Paul, health commis
sioner, confirmed the appointment of Miss
Diana Gustaveson as stenographer in the
health department 11 Mls.-j Gustaveson
ha been a special stenographer In the
legal department for the past hIn months.
TIm- nw position was created by tho re
cently passwJ health department reor
The appointments of William Holmes,
to be warrant clerk In the city auditor's
office, and C. T. Forcade, to be clerk In
th aruo office, were con tinned. Both
apr'O'ntmentfl were exclusively announced
In The Tribune last Sundav.
The annual meeting of tln stockholders
of the Western Wyoming Land & Live
Stock company was held yctuerday after
noon In the offices of the Utah Wool
Growers' association In thn Mclntyro
building. In addition to some other busi
ness, directors for the ensuing year were
elected. They are: John C." Mnckay. K.
II. Callltfter. C. B. Stewart. Seth Rlgby.
Thomas Painter. Thomas M. Jones. Axcil
ntonquist. Arthur Holt. William McKay
and J. W. Cars.
Will Tell of Good AVork.
Mrs. Caroline Seymour, winner of tho
silver niednl tit the tate fair for her
exhibit of work done by the Provo Re
lief society and of productH of the. Sprlng
vllle canning factory, has been asked to
make tnlkK nt both Sprlngvlltc and Provo.
Sho will talk at Provo today. Tomor
row nlcht. at the request of the mayor
of Sptingvlllc. .ih will speak In that
SALT J.AKE VISITOR
Judson Harmon Guest or"
Utah Executive nnd National
MAKES BRIEF ADDRESS
Tells of Quarter Century Ago
! When He Saw Utah as
Gov. Judson Harmon of Ohio, and a.
prominent candidate for the Democratic
president!:! I nomination this year, was in
Salt .Lake for a few hours yesterday on
Ills way to San Francisco to pick a site
for tin- Ohio building at the Panama
Pacific exposition. While in the city
Govcmor. Harmon wan entertained by
Gov. William .Spry and by W. R. Wallace.
Democratic national committeeman from
Accompanying Governor .Harmon on his
western trip were Mrs. Harmon and
daughter. Mrs. A. II. Wright. R. E. Mo
Carty of Columbus. Prof. John Uri Uoyd
of Cincinnati, K. ft. Myers of Ashland,
GcneiHi Charles O. Woybrecht of Alliance.
Colonel- II. 10. Cntrow of Dayton, Major
Oeorsc 11. Wood of Dayton. Captain P.
B. Moncypenny of Dayton, Captain R. JU.
Qucluscr of Cleveland and Captain G. D.
Light of Toledo. Those In tho party In
cluded the Ohio Pann ma-Pacific commis
sioners and the members of the gover
nor's military stiiff.
Governor Spry and staff and W. R.
Wallace and John Dern met Governor
Harmon at the station yesterday morn-
llisr. :md nflor n slinrf n iiti-imrkVillo rlelo
he was taken to the. tabernacle, whoro
a special organ recltnl was given. A fea
ture of the recital was the beautiful sing
ing of "Vesta la Gulbb.V from 'TPag
Hacci," by Alfred Rest.
Governor Harmon and party, with
Governor Spiy a.nd other prominent Salt
I-akers, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Catron at the Alta club. John
Dern welcomed the party and acted as
toastmaster for the Informal toasts
which followed. Governor Harmon, Gov
ernor Spry and Professor John Uri Lloyd,
made short talks.
Recalls 01d Day3.
Governor Harmon said. In pari:
"There Is :i sort of sentiment con
nected with Utah that is stronger to me
than anyone else. Twenty-five years ago
1 came through this state. 1 was then a
young Cincinnati lawyer. Little did I
dream that I would ever havo the privi
lege of considering the application of this
territory for statehood. Four years later,
when I was United States attorney gen
eral, the credentials presented by Utah
passed through my hands and wero ao
cepted by me as eligible. I have never
slnco been In this state. I wish to thank
tho people of this state for the hcartv
rccoptlon that I have received at their
Speaks to Women.
.Following the luncheon, Governor
Harmon weit to the Commercial club
and spoke u few words of encouragement
to tho Democratic women who wore
lunching there- Governor Harmon pre
dicted that tho Democrats would cosily
carry Ohio. Ho said the Republicans
were hopelessly divided and that neither
the Republicans nor Progressives hoped
for belter than second lit the contest
In that state. The chances, ho said,
favored Taft taking second place by a
narrow margin over Roosevelt
Governor Harmon and party left In
the governor's private ear for San Fran
cisco yesterday afternoon.
Hold Meeting and Discuss Satisfactory
Results of County Canvasi,
Democratic candidates and other Dem
ocrats held an enthusiastic and well-attended
mcetiiic at the Democratic countv
headquarters last night. The mooting was
in the nature of a Jubilation over the
reports of the Democratic canvass, which
are said to bo bo favorable to tho Demo
crats as to indicate the election of the
entire Democratic ticket in the countv.
County Chairman T. F. Thomas. Simon
. Bamberger and Dan B Shields addressed
the meeting. All three expressed confi
1 deuce In Democratic success in this coun
ty, declaring that conditions were now
I looking so much more favorable than
I when the campaign opened that, If they
, continued to improve, there would be a
Democratic landslide In thin county.
REGISTRATION BEGINS TODAY.
Voters May Also Get Names on the Lists
Today and tomorrow aro registration
days, and it is expected that a large
number of voters will register. All per
sons eligible to vote this year and who
did not vole at the general election two
years ago. and all who have changed their
places of residence are required to regis
ter that they may vol at tho November
In copying registration Hals from previ
ous elections it in possible that uamos
have been omitted through error, and it
Is urged that all voters call at the office
of the roclstmtlon agent to determine
whether their names are on tho official
SAYS ROOSEVELT LEADS.
Dixon Telegraphs Walton Returns From
Straw Vote in the East.
Wesley K. Walton yesterday received
a. wire from Senator Joseph M. Dixon,
chairman of the National Progressive
committee, that the New York Herald'a
second poll showed that Roosevelt was
leading Wilson In New York with a vote
double that of Taft. Tho poll, the tele
gram says, shows Taft a poor third In
every state except five, where ho is sec
ond by a narrow margin. Senator Dixon
quotes telegrams from Progressive lead
ers throughout the country, purporting
to show Roo3evolt gains and Taft losses.
Republican Women Meet,
The Woman's Republican club held a
meeting yesterday afternoon nt tho homo
of Anna Cutler, 265 "East Fourth South
street. Senator Carl A. Uadffcr addressed
NephI !. Morris. Progressive candldato
for governor. Is speaking this week In
Cache- and Box Elder counties.
District chairmen of thn Republican
party from tho First and Second wards
met lost night at the Republican county
headquarters. District chairman from
the Thlnl, Fourth and Fifth wards will
meet at headquarters tonight.
Fred W. Price who has charge of the
speakers' bureau for the Republicans of
Salt Lake county will mako an automobile
trip through the. county to arrange for
The Progressive party in arranging for
a aeries of street meetings in Salt Lake
and Murray. AJIon T. Sanford. Parley
P. Chrlstciiscn. and Robert B. Portor. arc
the speakers at these meetings.
An Important meeting of the Woodrow
Wilson club will be held at the Demo
cratic county headquarters. 153 South
Suite street. Thursday evening at S
o'clock. Special business will come be
fore the meeting and a large attmidanco
J. A. Fritsch Takes Stock in
Two Companies in Ex
change for Property.
Jn order to completo the requirements
of tho articles of incorporation of the
J. A. Frltcii Loan & Trust company and
the Western Slates Investment company,
J. A. Frllch yesterday transferred real
estate to both companlos for stock In
each to tho value of 5100.000 and 510,000
Tho property transferred to the J. A.
Frit oh Ioan Si Trust company consists
of tho following:
Part of lot a, block ?!. plat "A;" part of
lot X. block 5C, pla.t "A;" part of lot 1,
block 55, plat "A:" part of lot 4, blouk S!5,
plat "A:" and part of lot 6, block 82,
Tho property transferred to tho Western
States Investment company Incluflos the
Part of lot JI. block 2, part of lot 12,
block 2, part of lot 2. block 10, all of lots
Z, 3, i and 5, block C and lots 25 and 24. i
block 2, all In tho Capital avenue addition;
part of lot 10. block 20. flvo aoro plat "A:"
lots 55 , 35, -16. 17, 51 and 52. amended plat
of block 5, Thonidyko subdivision: lots
21 and 22, block 1, Hncketfa addition, a
subdivision of lots 2, 3 and i, block 3, flv
cro plat "A:" part of lota S, t, 7 and ?,
In block 2, Main street and State road
subdivision, a. subdivision of lot IS, block
11, five acre plat "A:" nil of block 1 (GO
lots), block 2 (60 lotn), lots 1 to 25 In
clusive and 34 to 60 Inclusive- in block. 3.
lots 31 to 00 inclusive, i nblock -1. block
5 (5C lots), block 6 (hii 1oM block 7 (F.G
lots), block S (5G lotn), lots 1 to !$ Inclusive-
and 40 to .t4 Inclusive- in block 9,
lots 1 to 46 Inclusive and 19 to f4 luclu
slvo In block 10. lots 1 to 4S Inclusive and
51 to 54 inclusive in block 11. lots 11 to
14 inclusive and 47 to 54 Inclusive In block
12, lots S to S inclusive In block 14, lots
3 to 10 Inclusive in block 15. and block
1t HO lots) all in Filtch fc Zulchs first
addition; lots 5 and 6, block 4, Buena
WALKER CHOSEN TO
Selected by Republican State
Committee to Be Candi
date for Elector.
M. H. Walknr was yesterday :iamed
candldato for presidential eleclbr by tho
Republican state committee to succeed
T. B. Woolley of Ivanab, resigned. Ef
forts to reach Mr. WaDtor to le8.m
whethor he would accept -the honor failed,
and Chairman Qardnor was empowered
lo fill the vacancy in caso Mr. WHlkor
Fifteen of twenty-neven members of the
stato committee wore present cither In
porwon or by proxy. Mr. Walker's name
wan the only one presented, and his nom
ination mode by acclamation.
The commlttco discussed Informally
other matters connected with the cam
paign, but took no formal action on any.
All members of the state commlttco ex
pressed thomsolveB as confident of tho
success of the entlro state ticket.
Arrangements were mado for a speak
ing tour of candidates and other orators
throughout tho state. Judgo J. E. Frlck
and Senator G. A. Ivcrson will speak at
Mantl and Moroni tomorrow and Wed
nesday. Senator Iversou and Lincoln G.
Kelly, candidate for state audllor, will
speak at Falrvlew October 10, Mayfiold
October 11 and Ephralm October 12. They
will spook at other Sanpeto county polnta
October 11 and 15.
Govomor Spry will start a stumping
tour of Sanpete and Sevier counties Oc
tober 10 lie and Judgo Frlck will speak
that evening at Manti, on October II at
Salina and October 12 at Richfield. The
next week is left open for tho governor.
He will bo In Weber countj- October 24
and 25. at Spiingvillo October 2C, at He
ber October .10, Coalville October 31,
Park Cltj' November 1 and at Spanish
Fork with Attorney General A. R. Barnes
J. A. Melville, csindldate for Judge of
tho Fifth judicial district, and WJllard
Done, state Insurance commissioner, will
pass the next ten days stumping the
Judge John F. Chidester. recently a
candidate for the Republican nomination
for congress, will stump the Sixth judicial
district In behalf of the Republican stato
Funeral services for Adrlne W. Mind
berg, 81 years of age, who died Monday,
will be held at the Nineteenth ward
chapel at 1 p. m. today.
Funeral sendees for Amanda C. Miller
will bo held In the Tenth ward chapel
today at noon. Interment will be In the
Funeral services for Sarah Cleve
Young, 7S years of u(rc, who died Satur
day will be held at the Tenth ward
chapel at 2 n. m. loday. Intermont will
be in the City cemetery.
Funeral services for Mrs. Johanna
Catherine Olscn, 75 years of age, who
died Katurdav at tho residence of her
daughter. Mrs. Charles E. Forsberg,
wore held yesterday afternoon In the
Thirty-third ward chapel. Interment was
In tho City cemetery.
Two Adjudged Bankrupt.
William It. Elliott of this city was ad
judged bankmpt and the petition re
ferred to Referco In Bankruptcy CharloR
Baldwin In tho United States dlatrict
court Saturday. Tho first hearing was
held Saturday before the referee.
Charles Bult of 719 West Third South
street was adjudged bankrupt In the
court Saturday also. The petition was a.
voluntary one; The flnst hearing before
Referee llaldwin Is set for next Saturday,
Fair Is How History.
All the slate fair exhibit buildings
have been emptied of their displays,
' grounds cleared and there are no Indi
cations at the fair grounds of the recent
exposition. The offices of the Utah State
Fair aa3ocla.tlon were moved yesterday
from the fnir grounds to the Vermont
"building. They will occupv tho space
formerly used by the Manufacturers association.
Steals Stamp Vendor.
Report was made to tho police yester
day that a stamp vending machine had
bebn Btolen from the Metrnpolo hotel.
Tho machine Is said to have contained
somo stamps and about ?40 in cash.
WASHINGTON. Oct. 7. The following
changes in tho tatlono and duties of of
ficers of the medical corps are orderfd:
Major Conrad E. Kocrper is relieved
from duty at the reneral hospttal. Fort
j Bayard. New Mexico, and will go to
Fort Leavenworth for duty, relieving
Major Leigh A. Fuller. !
Major Fuller will procso to Fort !
Brady. Michigan, for duty, relieving Cap- I
lain Clarence If. Connor.
Captain Connor will go to Fort Wood,
Now York, for duty, relieving Flint Lieu
tenant Jam?? B. Pneooe. who will go to
7'ort Warren, MiSin-huetts.
SI TO BE VICTIM
Conrad E. Wilke, an Actor, Is
Arrested on a Serious
According to tho story told yester
day in tho countj- attorney's office hy
Plorcnco Kirk, 651 East Second South
strcot, she is "believed by tho county
officials to ha.vo been tho victim of a
falco ntnrriago 'ceremony. As the ro
suit of tho story a complaint wad issued
charging- Conrad 133. Willco, an actor
with tho company which plavod tho
(tarrick theater last wook in "The'
Butler's Sncrot," with n. statutory
criuio. Willco was arrested late vesicr
dav afternoon at; American Fork and
will bo bronchi to this city today.
Miss Kirk alleccs that durintr Aug
ust Wilkc came 0 her with a marriage
lioonno which had boon issued in Fnrm
lnctoo and I he couple went to the Pal
ace hotel in this city where tho sup
posod marriage ceremonv took placo.
Sho pars slip did not jro to Farming
ton with "Wilko when tho license was
procured. Under the laws of TJtnh
both contractinr parties arc required
to sign the application for license.
Up o a late hour hist nigftt, no In
formation hud been received from tho
Dans county clerk aK to whothor or
UJ' an3 license, had ever been issued to
I"c. 'fi Presumed bv tho local
officials that If a license "wap issued
""io "titer woman accompanied Wilkc
to Farmington and signed Miss Kirk's
name. Another supposition is that tho
supposed licoiiso shown to Mist Kirk
wan not a license at all. Miss; Kirk
was unablo to give the nnnio of tho
man who performed tho ecromoiiy. nnd
tho county attorneys office wan iniablo
yesterday to find anv Salt Lake min
ister or .-justice who had performed anv
ccremonr nt the Palace lintol
,..,,VC Portrayed the character' of
HilMItggins. the Political boss of Mor
nsviUe. in "The Butler's Secret."
CITY AND VICINITY
MEMBERS OF the city commission and
Mayor Samuel Park, today signed the
contract which provides lhat the rore3t
fen-ice i toko ox;er the lands on the city
watersheds and look after them. Tho
lonal office of the forest rv Hon-lr.e has
forwarded the- contract to tho Secretary
or Agriculture for his approval. Tho mat
ter has been pending for somo tlmo past.
M,Q'Tf,fir,1A.N. ,lle1 suit yesterday
.the Third district court against tho
alley lcv Sand & Gravel company for
5?nnC0,,-SSt,n of images In the sum or
JGCOb. Workman alleges that tho defend
ant concern prevented his fne access to
a g-rayol pit which he owncs between
Twelfth and Thirteenth nvenucK and N
and O streets.
THE MONTHLY report of the dtv
water department for Septomher shown
abatements for tho month of $55S,13 of
which ?22.So was for the meter account
of 1911-1012. Refunds for the month
reached $1.18.30. The suplemental assess
ment for the month amounted to ?l2fi.20
and the meter account totaled S11.0S0.
SUIT WAS filed yesterday In the Third
district court by H. Jj. Christy against
Margaret 3D. Ownon for the collection of
a promissory note for $500. A second
complaint filed by Chrlnty seeks the col
lection of a second noto for $500 from
Margaret Owen and James Owen Jointly.
COLONEL M, M. KAIGHN and Mrs.
Kalgn yesterday returned from a month's
stay on the Pacific coast. After attend
ing the G. A. R. encampment In Los
Angoles. they visited Ti Juana In Mexico.
San Diego, Long I3euch, Pasadena, San
IPranciHco and Sacramento.
THE EDUCATIONAL classes of the
T. W. C A. will not open until October
21. owing to unavoidable delay In remodel
ing the building and Installing now equip
ment The gymnasium closij, which was
to havo mot tonight will not assemble un
til Tuesday, Octobc-r 22.
A MEETtNQ of the board of governors
of the Commercial club will be held todav
to transact routine business. Thero wlil
also be a session of tho Manufactures and
New Industries today. Several matters
which aro before the commltteo will be
SUIT WAS filed yestordav in the Thin!
district court by LoI H. West and otbors
against the Price Grocery companv, 502
Eai-t Third South street for the collection
of $700 rent alleged to be due on the prem
ises from Juno 21, 1011 until October 10,
J. F. ELLIS, who last Tuesday killed
two brown boar cubs at tho head of City
Creek canyon, yesterday brought the skins
to tho county clerk's office for tho pur
pose of submitting proof and tht- collec
tion of bounty In tho sum of $10 on eaoh.
WILLIAM WOLSLAU filed snlt ycetor
day In tho Third district court against tho
Utah TJght & Railway company for tho
collection of $3000 damages alleced to havo
been received while working for the de
fendant company on Augunt 6 last
THE BUILDING and grounds commit
tee and the teachers and Kchool work
committee of the board of education held
meetings yesterday to prepare routine
mattom for the regular meeting of tho
board of education tonight
COMPLAINT WAS losued yesterdav by
tho county attorney's office, charging J.
M. Tomllnson and F. J. Folland, proprie
tors of the Sixth Avenuo Drug company,
with unlawfully selling morphlno to
Joseph Adamson on Sunday.
MIKE POLL is charged with unlawfully
killlng a Chinese pheasant In it complaint
Issued yesterday by the county attorney's
office. Deputy Game Warden J. C. Smith
Is the complaining witness.
CLARENDON B. EYER filed suit yes
terday In the Third district court against
Blanche "E. Heaves and Jano 13. Smoot.
lo clear the title to certain property in
lot 2. block Go, plat "A."
DR. J. F. CHRISTENSON has returned
from a month's trip In tho cast. Tart
of the tlmo he was In Washington, where
he attended tho meeting of the National
THE COUNTY commissioners yesterday
opened bids for bridges to be built ovor
Big and Little Cottonwood creeks and for
the Installation of electric fixtures in the
county infirmary. t
"BORROWED" AUTO AND
WAGON IN COLLISION
An automobile loaded with Joy riders
collided with a wngon of the Salt Lake
Livery and TranKfcr company at Second
"West and First South streets last night.
No ono was hurt but. the three women
and one. man occupants of the car. dis
appeared quietly after the collision. The
auto was driven to police headquarters
and later found to holong to Anhby Snow,
of 128 North State street It had been
taken from a garage and left in front of
the Kcnrns building In response to nn
order by telephone from som ono not
known. From there It Is nupposcd to
have been taken by tho shy Joy riders.
Has Eoom jRobhccL
Gt-orge Kline of CI Victoria alley re-
Corted to tho police yesterday that a
urglar hnd stolen some carpenter's tools
and a number of articles of clothing
from Ids rooms
BROAD PLANS Fff
Women of City AssociaUojj
Clubs Outline Plans iM
Active Work. W
TO HELP THE SCHoJj
Support for Students m
Arc .Working Their Wall
Part of Plans. jl-
To secure thn appointment otM
"unofficial hoard of education';
stand bnck of tho young coIlogeVK
who arc or may ho earning tliolrul
through tho University ot Utah
to take steps for better food for)
youngsters who buy from, the cc
groceries were a few of tho
which tho City Association of S
act about yostorday nt tho first me'e
for the present .season. f
Tho mooting was tho first of a a
planned for tho first Monday in.
month, with numerous "enfled 1
ings" to be Intorspcrsod as raqu
It was well attended by somo th
fivo women who had como to liato
an informal talk hy Sujiorintendoc
II. Christensen on the city schools
to ask questions regarding their i
agoniont. 'Hie questions, however,';
obliged to wait, till another tune,'
WA3 after 4- o'clock wbon Mr. fjhri
sen began his talk, and some time i
o o'clock when he stopped, JJ
Want Ten Members. .J
The action in regard to sectJ
au .unofficial board, preceded 'j
Ohristcnaea's talk, whirh related,?!
to PtatiBtics in regard to the coneo
tioa of tho city achoota some tw
years ago and tho general statistic
! to their income and methoda of si
i ing teachers. It was decided to'j
i deavor to have a board of ten li
bars to confer with the city hoari
education and securo needed ref
in the city schools, and for this b
two women from each districts
servo. Another important matterj'
tho decision to petition the city com
siouors to appoint nH inspectors of
lie works the voting men o'
engineering department of the j
university who are pronounced quail
and who desiro the positiong.
C. S. Kinney, Mrs. Ira D. Travis)
Mrs. Joseph Ooheu were appointe
committee, with power to act. ,
Need Purer Candy.
Mrs. P. X. Cook made a strong!
for moro interost in Iho matter oJ
handling of candy for the chil
who buy cheap candy from, tho smi
grocery stores. She mud that
candy was rondered unfit for confh
tion by tho prosenco of Hies, I
and dirt, and was constantly ovj
with mico and vermin, Mrs. Cook;
of finding mouaotraps in llour
sugar bins and in bins used forjjl
and tapioca, and urged a stronger ai
on tho part of tho women in sccu
cleaner and. better protected fpodi'
Mrs. .T. T. BoIcbs. president ot
association, will cull a mooting '
shortly to consider further tho (I
jects which Superintendent Christffll
outlined and others which the wol
shall suggest. ij
ISAAC RUSSELL PAYS f
VISIT TO SALT LA!
Tsaao TUisboII. formerly of Salt
hut now connected with the New
Times, arrived yesterday and prol
will remain ulout a week. JI haa-
with Governor Woodrow Wilson fo'p
Times and when Wilson want to D
he took advantage of the opportunll
mako a short visit here. J,
"My wife Is it n Optden girl." said
Russell when he called at Tlio Trt
office last night, "and hii3 hiien vis
thero since June. 1 came over to ao
pany her back to New Yorkf,
couldn't resist the temptation to J,
Salt Lake a few days. I started rii
po.per work here on the old HernJ
3304 and aleo worked for the UeJ
News. I went to New York In 190a
put In about a year with tho Kv
Sun. Since then I have been a rep
on the Times." j
OUTING COMES TOD
A special car will take mombrrs o
Ura.li Press association today over.
Oregon Short Line to Tromonton foi
last quarterly meeting of tho year. T
programme of entertainment ther
eludes an address of welcome by M
Whltlock of Tromonton. a. respond
A. H. Schulthcu, vocal selection. hyf
Jean Cole of Tromonton, an addrci
the present and future of Hear
valley by Editor Wlxom of the G
Globe, a recitation by Miss Ruby Co
Trumonton, a discourso on the frul
dustiy of Utali by Moroni Mortoi
president of the Bear River Fruit G
ers association, and an address byv
ernor William Spry on what tit4
press can do for Utah. After the;
gramme thero will be a banquet aiv
Informal rccoptlon by the citizens ofy,
HIRES HORSE, THEN I
DELAYS HIS RETU
The management of rcCoy's II
stable, rear 39 West Second South stn
deeply concerned over the non-return
hone aJid buggy hired at 10:30 0
vestcrday morning by a well dri
voung man who gave his nomo an 5
Williams and hLs residence ns tho M
hotel. The young man made a pay
of 52 and said he would return ll
hour or two. La to in tho aftenipol
vcntlgatlon proved that no M. K. .
lams was a guest at th Moxum. an
nn earlv hour this morning there wa
trace of tho utrungcr or the rig. w
iuj the rcCoy peoplo wore ablo to J
RAILWAY MAIL CLERK!
William H. Proband and t)uon
WaJker, both railway mall rl?rke, sun
painful injnrl05 by being thrown a
the rack of a mail car as It was I
coupled to Orerron Short Line traini
;j yesterday afternoon. Probarjcl i
badly cut about tho face and pro
Injured Internally. Ho w-i taker it
horn at Seventh South and Third '
streets. Walker's right nnn was cut
Is at hi rooms at No. 11 Phelps cou
Accused of Battery. M,
Otscax Munter and Axol JacobjionB
charged with assault Hnd battery
complaint lsucd yesterday by the cw,
attorney's office. The men n
to have attacked John Edonstrom
their fists. K