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B -'PXVL, NO. 2. ; ' SALT LAKE CITY, WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 16, , JHII
Vm&yrk Defeats the
Mton Teani by Score
WmX to 4, and Each
OKfi! Has Now Won
lltee ' Games, With
jie' Contest Resulting
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I HIT HARD
WN FIRST INNING
ton's Premier Pitcher
ho Had Twice De
wed the Giants in the
? Series Is Batted
om the Slab Yielding
iHits and 6 Runs in
;w yoke ii
By R, W. Lardner
3ST0N'. Oct. lfi. The world's sc
ales Isn't over yet. No, indeed.
.It won't be ended until tomorrow
;and perhaps not then. Tor 13os
4,4oW weather has begun to nut Up.
I' game thnt would have disgraced
ubtirn, Hid., and Buchanan, lich..
School teams the Clants loday
iJ to tand drew' up on evqn .terms .
the icpreseiitalfvts pf the Americai. , El
-iTJie general opinion hereabout 1 "
UMiKvw To: r,iirT titXt&M1') H l'
chance l0 cop. for if JH r t,Sa" an
looked whipped, the -Bcver a ball
men. perhaps they wil!B,x d,d lh,s
i.togeljerand rinfsh tip pul1 l,,cm"
f so hromlslnglv laat ijHfhe jol they
lave to do i H-"cck.
..K rc If any gau.ejB l0L f P",U
'.Slahjs'boys, it must JW,CSE a,no"8
ce In t hiiiry. Hkome to the
Olajls exhibited pleiuH . ... lft
' TJiei went after Joe H:' of' 51 1 .
thj niost.oiMinarv jiMF"0 ,
Mtffron tho battle beJBcher''il1 th
f Woe half over f N-2JMTe tho fh't
? (e that tomonWB' YorklfgCtfSf
l'e American league lH ll'fl a11 oft
on lh field with tl.o idWThe Gliu,ti'
8Wr the Sox out orHoa tllilt they
War(ntly lJle IrIenB Hie -victory
- JooW'ood left his (HT wa3l rigiU"
!wc. .After the fjrstmolce :iu thc'
ack,.to look for jVt ,nnln hc
:u- That may r&M1' Pcrh?pB nc
row. Ho ldokJHbe knotsjn until
I! thy baseball 'aBo bad lJ,aL llc
ilm. ..Or perhapjH of the men he-'
h them whenHhoy did nut have
JHe struggle was
the flj-H the could
the ,Bgot them so: quick -o
gaf jHdld not
3d mBiu iplcccs.
.secotjH lIlltjj appeared
le t(Hoo had failel tho
In ihcv spent HcVcvat
silence before they
old -time rally or ft
haL would drive Tes-
c ihe title to StaWis
N-fcelly ivilllnp. to Ve
on h;s most devoted
3 Vltchtitl Bood ball,
times vUon all thc
ttas with Kvon
hurt !Uel "D, their
, io mlsbt hiLve at
iVK garou clo?c if thfy had
nS'E but. an a matter cif fact,
any. mcp they
'Hier and Stahi were roUty of
? Biha would Have mad. them
S rl a mWeaeon same VJth
hnB' Attaches to Its row fc. A
:'Rhl!lKk chances on. tho, paths,
:ButtH-'"" life, mlsor-
BJisf 5 Alkhtlnc tealhPt
Unfavorable,, , '
.'Iuk Ufelf fpr aeveruj days,
w. last' began to nhor flgs
3 of it JJI. OPfi of l50Htons
,mdft lhlnK unpleasant for
K jKXo onv -ontd havb
V?C?Bi. snowstorm had blown up
IHthe Rama in the 0lrd ui
in 'vJVted 8o -would nroba.b)y have
E hSlBcarty wctcome. It vaa next
BHHnnc of the three pUchel-fl
BttHio-y blame, to ths IMmo
r .Hevoral times - while various
flL'nHnovcd Bind a.nd -dhnt froit
Kn: t , prcfl box on top of the
VUiH, "vnyed unplcaeantly iver
W "P ft- vas thought .nafft onouKis
TmtT intnuto lte
m'vV Bmued on Pago Bight.)
V - 1 . . 1
; . .
Judge Before "Whom Trisl
' j of t Backer Is' In Progress
: :;: i -
, j JOHN W. GOFF.
lery -.Captj4; General
", " UJllimahrToclayv -
iriCIDJSLBEllCMrmflnj-, -Oct. 15
A. great lrontcii riciory ovor tho"
TurkLsli -droops I annonncotl today
by PHmrc Pctcij rojitencpiro in a
telegram to his fr tutor here.
The dispatch jworded: !
"Glorious vr. . Ton ' thousand!!
Turks Avith avtt captured." j
It -was timed J tins moruiDK.
Ultimatum lay. . j
I' LONDON, Od Turkey's rofusal
to Tcply to of tbe Balkan
states in all bilitry- will impel
those state's tcress. an actual ulti
matum to tbe tomorrow before
The nrinistt Bnlsaria, Servia
and Greece diax in Constanti
nople, iilthoujplom:itic roiutions
uractioally ard because of the re
call of the Ttniinislors from So
fiaj Belgrade iiens.
POBGOULonlencRro, Oct, Ji.
t j'ortrcf oinns, iho last he-
twoou Tuskf cntari, surrendered
today to thft jegrins. Among the
Tufltisli pri readv captured arc
axty-tv;o ofjucludinp; a colonel
and tho comjii at Tushi.
By Internatijvs Service.
I 'INDIAN,. .Ind... Oct. 13.
That Ajutonhcii, a defoudant in
tbe dynamib'n tbe federal court
at Los. Anti Gharles Smith, a
Clevoland r, brother of Pctor
,'f Smith, ajnt'in- (ho T.ndiiinap-
oIb aso, Uth iicr between the
tlmo slio tM AHsistaut, TJjn'ted
Stales Attoo or four days ago
that sho fvuld positively idon-
ti''" certnilheld br thi jrovorn
ment, andij she wont on tho
witness sdrda'y and failed to
o 0j wand by afra. Mary
Hitchinpsju couri. irus aJier-noon-.
- AHhoUR on which tho pjov
'ornment janv charge, it. is
eaid, occyi,nc tho oourse of
ithcBe conj tbe incident, which
Vjaroe 6,4 in fodoral court,
-enowed h the covorninent is
Mtcepinj; i thut occurr, while
the dyTpiratfy case ia,:ijl
,nrojrrftB8'chin5, when ques
tioned, tycd ycshcrd,ay wh'on
alio wf1nens efand,' concrn
'inc thene had toked Jvith
Flnce sdifrd wil jt hint, named
iriHF OM-lio-s Syl,vjji Smtth,
i slonoovclandf '
. MOFFAT EKIEipli
Newman Erb Orders Begin
ning of Construction
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Special to Tho Trlbnnc.
DENVUE, Colo., -Oct. 35. Newman.
Erb issued instructions this morning
for the extension at once of! tho Den
ver, Northwestern & Pacific railroad
beyond Stoanibont Springs. Men will,
start grading next Saturday and as
soon as camps can bo established there
wijl be 1000 laborers pnfc ;to work.
This is the first link in tho' extension
to Salt Lake City. v
It was also mnrle known definitely
this morning that - tho money which
Is to pay i'or the work is to. come from
Europe. Tbat is considered a confirma
tion of the report that Dr. P. S. rear
son and morabcrs of the- so-.c,allod
Pearson' syndicate, which' in' 3010 pro
moted .a 1 ranscontinental xouto com
posed of tho Lehigh Valley, "Wabash,
liock Island aud Denver, JSortli western
& Pacific, is "back of Mr. Erb.
Tho first information that work!
would begin Saturday camo in a letter. i
from Mr. Erh to 3?olert f3. Gary, one
o.i the owners of! tho Cary ranch, lo,
cated betwoon Harden and Craig. Mr.
Cary made a proposition to the new
owners to furnish a right-of-way if
thc road wore built at once. This
offer -has boon acreptcd hy Mr. Erb.
The first work will bo tho grading!
of,.sevcraI cut's immediately west of
Steamboat Springs. Orders have Jicou
issued , to tho engineering department
to follow the grading with ties ' and
rails fin rapid Ij- as possible. The first
link in tho extension k will bo forty
milos, to Craig.
CALIFORNIA WC. T. U.
STA NDS JOjS'-PA RTIS AN
SACRA-M1DNJO.. CafTT. Oct.-' -If; The'
Woman's Christian 'rinperanert Union-of
California, Jn -jitate 'convention today,
adapted n reHutlbn byya to of KG .'to
55 dcclnrins' the 'organization to bo "po
litically nou-pa.rilsan'' ihd "mort con-Ker.-atlvc,JnvniGthod
than tho prohibition
parly, thongJv4 equally radical Jn .theory."
So-called '!,JnEurrfcnts,' In1 the organi
zation had lontj b tiled for tht tmlon to
taud Indepondntly of tho prohibition j
party, welcomjns alt voters of any party
bolieyliiir. In total ahhtlnencc.
UNDER qvlL SERVICE
' Js'HTY" iTORlf, Oct. ip. Prosldent Tart;
,qn board tho ynclft ?-Iny Mower, today
vltfned an executlv). onr pnttlrip Sft,000
fourth class poftmita'a in Hie classlncd
Witness in the Becker Trial''
Makes Caustic Replies to
Queries Put -by Defend--'
ant's Attorney. .
DESCRIBES VISIT TO '
Says Becker Used- Caution;
Directed Him to Tell
Gangsters They Would
Be' "All Right." '
By International 'News Service..' '-
N-KW YORK, Oct.- 15. "Sam' '
Si-.hepps, messenger to ".lack"
Jiose and "Bri'dgey" ,AVcb
bnr, as a,. witness today at
the f rial of 'Police Lieutenant
Becker for Ihe murder of Herman
Rosenthal' "wiia clearly and decisively
the -iictor.-o.vor Rocker's chief counsel,
.lohn S.McTntyrc, in a. battle of wits
Which lasted' the greater part of the
Court day, '
Without liesitatiou and in a most
convincing manner Schcpps, who is
.concodod to have had. no knowledge' of
thc murder plot until after, the.-nssassi:
.nation of Herman Rosenthal, corrobo
rated all. the material points of the
testimony given by Rose, "Webber and
Caustic in Replies. -
Schepps was in tunr. both ilippant
and defiant in his answers. He re
sented. with caustic replies ovcry ques
tion that- 'seemed a xofiectidn.dn-HiS;
own chavacten "''. ' .vr'.
i der car at.lpputttJanth screer. wth Rose,
; and. Harry 'Vallon, of picking up "Dago,
13!,rank,,, and of their driving to -Webber's
poker rooms. Sam Paul5,
"'Whitoy" Lewis and "Lefty Louie"
and "Gyp the Blood" were waiting
on the street. All wont up into the
poker rooms, Schopps said, and sat
down at a table. il 1 Bridgio' Web
ber," ho continued, ""went out and
returned with thc message that Rosen
thal was at the Motropole."
"What happoncd then?" Assistant
Attorney Moss asked.
Saw Becker in Car.
"Lefty, Gyp, Whitey Lewis and
! Dago Prank went out."
Schepps said htf went out later. Ho
said that about 1:30 o'clock .that morn-
ing, Imlf an hour beforo the murder,
ho saw Becker driving in an automo
bile. Aftor the murder he met Harry
Vallon at tho Elks club. Thonco he,
went to his apartments aud then to
tho apartment of the gunmen.
"Did thev sar anything to you?"
"They asked nio if there was any
message from Jack Rose. T told them
there was some mone.v coming to
Schopps then described tho payment
o the gunmen thc day of the murder,
Webber giving the money to Rose, who
handed it to "Lefty" Lewis.
Schepps said he then wont with Rose
to the home of Harry Pollock and j
stayed with him there until 10:30 that
The, .next morning Schepprf said hoj
returned "Pollock's house, remained!
thore all. day --and at tho request of
Rose went, to-Becker's house in tho!
Message to Becker. I
The high spot in his testimony was:
tho desi.-riptious by the witness of how.
ho brought a message from .Tack
Rose, to the homo of Lieutenant Becker
within forty-eight hours after thc mur
der of Rosenthal. Hoso 'was at the1
tinio in hiding ar the borne oT Harry '
"I told Becker that ifo.se was,, wor- j
ried nearly to death. " said Schepps.!
"and wanted some nssuranco tliat licj
would bo protected, and had sent nic
to get such an assurance, ' . j
"T then took out my cigarettes and
matches, but before I could strike a
light Becker said, excitedly:
Becker Extremely Cautious.
" 'Don-'t do that, Don't you know
that this house is being watched. There
are men across tho street now who will
fe.o us if you make a light in this
"I returned my matches ' aud
cigarettes to my - pocket, after which
"'You go back aud toll Rose tlicro
is nothing for him to do but sit right.
Let-him etay where ho Ip, and 1 will
take care of everything ' "
Try as he "would, Mr. McTntyrn ce-
(Oorrtinned ou tio 'Titop3,
ILL IT Til!
Stale's Attorney Zabel Thinks
Earlier Hearing Miglit Have
Bearing on Political
v Situation. ,
'EX-PERT PUTS BULLETS
;'UNDER 'CHEMICAL TEST
Seeks lo Del ermine Whether
. Missile That Struck- Roose
. veil Was Poisoned.; .-Prisoner
MILWAUKEE, Wis.. v Oct. 15.
States Attorney.. Winf red C.
Zabel of Milwaukee county
late' today ' definitely an
nounced that John ' Schrauk, Colonel
Roosevelt's ' assailant, would, not be
brought to trial until aftor the na
t'iouiil election, November 5. He said
thc trial would begin some time bo
tweeu November II and November 35.
Mr. Zabel, who is said to be the
only Socialist state's attorney in tho
country, gave three reasons for' his
decision to put off tho .trial ouVnionth.
Tic said, first, that' it was reason
able to await tho results of Colonel.
Roosevelt's injury before placing'
Sch rank on trial; second, thatifehnd-.
uo desire "to crowd the defendant un
duly,". and third, that it "would be
unwise to call tho. ca50 during '.rte.
final struggle in tho preside'njiar' cam
paign." . 'J !
To Avoid Complications. ; .
v.'--- .." ",v' . f--
y 'Xtisniy dosirpj..tp try tbis:.case just-.
'ly:itnd!. oxpcflitiously,;' .;said -.;-Mr.
?iTi lt'4f"l "ba dimrf r ?iyi?-Tc'a
Wish to avoid Haying ;lhc plain criminal
aspects of tho case in any way in
volved in tho national political situa
tion. It would uot bo fair to any of
tho people involved to do so. If we
wont to trial before eloctiou day,
it is almost certain' that tho mutter in
one way or another would bo dragged
into the campaign by odo or another
of the big political parties.",
Taking np a discussion of thc case
as viewed by him, the Milwaukee
county prosecutor declared that as far
as surfuco indications went, S'chrauk
"If Schrauk is insane," said Mr.
Zabel, "it seems that thero is method
in his madness when he selects for the
scono of his crimo a stale where there
is no capital punishment.
"Also I am informed in messages
from New York thoro has been no in
sanity in Schrank 's family as far as
can be traced. Tho man presents none
of thq usual surface indications of in
sanity." Individual Plan, He Says.
The stato's attorney said he be
lieved Schrank had no accomplice or
advisers in the crime, and that thc
shooting of Colonol Roosevelt was tho
outgrowth of individual plans.
When .the case is willed it will be
heard by Judge August C. Backus of
the municipal court, unless Schrank
should ask for change of venue. Thc
public prosecutor said that after elec
tion ho. would uousult with Judge
Backus, and that the two would call
the case to (rial formally ..at their
The pica of guilty filed by Schrank
at his preliminary hearing before
Judge N. H. Xoelen in tho district
court, this morning is looked upon as
"T shall permit Schrank lo with
draw that, plea of guilty when ho goes
to trial if ho so desires," said Mr.
Zabel. "Mu other words, this case will
bu tried in exactly the eamo manner as
any other case of similar gravity. But
there will be uo persccutiou of :tho do
fondant. Ho will be tried fairly and
can expect tho punishment merited by
Wants to Be Alone.
.Schrank spent a quiet afternoon and
evening in his cell at the county nail,
where ho had been taken after bis ar
raignment this morning. At ihe
prisoner's request Sheriff William A.
Arnold of Milwaukeo county refused
to let anyone iuto tho cellhouse to see
''1 donrt want' to see auyoao any
more today or tonight," said Schrank,
as ho wns being taken to his cell.
Previously he had talked froely of
the shooting and of tho origin of his
dotermiuatton to kill" Onlonbl Rouse-
Governor ITnanfis Rj McGomt who"
rNot -in Money Ept'a,ctly'r?lut
floating in the bnMleA(mi2JM;
hec summer vacation, ,!0xifiui
trie6,,but iha is 'ha.wufifif
ilrki tTarbliiie WhitQlS
an afternoon on a. steain. ijiQj
Mediterranean. ' "C'rii V.'v'
Mrs. White was ernjsiu!pjar;tfrtfi
the Italian coast, whjpnBji.ea-wbaiir
she believed to bo a bigiiljfishrft
she asked a deck haud.tOSbapi
with a boat hook. .'Tftejifelly; thM'
proved to be a big lunp fist aaiberra
v.-orth $15,000 to pcrunfer'iua,,niif
turers. Mrs. White sofil'. ierind iftf?)
its full value, and ga the' ailor'a?
handsome reward". Sbetdlares' she, irs
going ambergris fishinginjthc'Nreditor-!
ranean noxt summer. , '. . :
Special to The. Tribune. & - "''v' '
Cl-IICACiO. Oct. ir,.A.?yna"lctric4:
by the Electric Bond & Bh&r$Sj&rigi&
and TTayden Stone & Co..ljaaVr'jiljiea.
the Utah Securities coloration Ja'nH fi?&
Incorpoi-alud It 'under .the laws VMr'i
glnla to finance watcr'powprnricf Jvb'-i
He utilities companies Ih'-Utah". -anO, cImV;
wliere In the west. It hks acqutredfpr)
tlcally all of the, outstanding' flecurHli
of tho 'Tellurlde Power-'company 4 ftnol iSgi
the securities of the jOiifiPowVipntlri
pany. The latter corhpanj; haa acqylref!i
tbe KnlfjhL Consolldatfd Ppwer .company,
thc Davis & Weber County. 'IavsI eom
pany and whole or patt or;Uiep-rojp.ertJea
or securities of half a, doaen oitheccom,
panics oporatlnjr elcctVlc light ahdiVower
properties In Utah, Colorado iindOtvth
cm" Idaho. h". -si '
Tbe Utah Securltlcftorporatl'op'is preset
r.nt proposed 'ssueoT-sccupJtlosj-anuritrt
Ins: to ?2n.OO0,00Q ten -year 6 porfbftnr- colri
lateral trust gold notes' and WioQOiOC-a xf,
stock has been undnilwrUton' bj the iynV
dtcatc Tho ftrat lustalmntt'of 'J0m
cent of the amount of notes 'istsued'htiSt
alroudy been called hjfd at tneCpresaht-'
time about 30,000,0i10 -oStite&o otlos'"1ia;i
been Issued and paid or. uefreujalndeiv
will be Ineued from Uuib ta tfea'atlf,,
corporation requires.! 'nddltopal-' fdnSfc
TbeKc notoe ara secured liyVaU of th&
stocks, notes and houuirof. the operating
companies controlled by ' the.Utalv -ecliu:
rltles oonoratIon. and. vill lfurtherK
cured by all addltloual'-'aecurltles. of?cdjitta
panics which may (hereafter bo arfujeea'
with th pi-oceede of thesu' note.s
BOSTON IS LIKELY
LOSE DALL1N STAftf-E;
Sj)echil lo The- Tribune. ' ' ', - :
BOSTON".. Mass., J)nU 15. Tunicas
autlicient funds aro'rjrecoi vptl bA;vv.t!fi
committee jn a comnarativiilye. shaft;
time, the groat cquttrin st,'ntuo
Cyrus J?. Dalliri. Tha'AppoaL (tftav
Great Spirit,' will bfcPJoM. to
and sold to one, ofthc; otlffiti;r
that have been' bidTdiit for itC
This is' fhe fiUitenibnt jufcV'rgivejj out
by fyrna 1-3. Diillin hinisrc. he ..price?
is only 1 2,000, but? Boston, twik ill!
her boastt-'d approciationTfcof-.art, seems
unable, to rano that 'W.huL.te lniy,
thei statue. Subscri'pfionhjive, , . bim.
coming in si owl v,' althongltj'tlm "stMhe;
ha3 been oh e.-hibitiou" iuWif he
art, museum, for a knunibe?rm0nlhV.
Thc cities that bavo,,i?xlfcwtfd.a sh
to luv the work . and' are umlerstopd to
bo bfdding- fur. it are Salt'ake, In
din na hrtmskf'Vashington, E,?.
ajjd, irmiwniie. , , AaotV
I5h?0 has dtvo othejJa;
trjiliworks "-The Sy.v.&
gAl?' "The Medici nBv'
Fairmont park, at JK.
sliujio:'. night. affTI
a Jioitric'cd that
Uent-wd'iUti bo issued durinfil