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!?? THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 31, 1912. .jj
i in BOOKS
" ho Have Failed in
3 taut Duly Cannol
1 I'ESTERDAY, 395 I
, political Party, as
- Is Claiming--an fc
boofcs in Slt l-ato county
b" cIofcI last uiht promptly
and all who failed lo apply
iliour will lie barred from
b 3 general election next Tucs-
fli total number of resist ra-
1$ City fell short of tlio previous
' r ; the niarsln was decidedly
ntccrs for the different par-
jtlvo throughout tlio day and
ev' minutes before tlio clos
id succeeded hi drawing uut
1 i ti iy htrdy registrations
'A tnuinlicr of registrations In
1 rlcLs voittcrday. ."is shown at
rl hour, was about -1000.
i preceding day. each party
rr,w 'larger percentage of resin
Mln f1 Secretary Dana T. Smith of
I H ein county :oinniittce, Chair
1 II M'lioinas of the Democratic.
u fhntl Chairman J. II. Turner
esfive county committee alike
itFclvcs as satisfied with the.
itliolr parties as represented
Ui g roslstratloii In the fifty
istrlcUi waa as follows;
'ue.Vi &TBST WARD.
..J U J No. JDIst. No.
UU. f Kc?. No. Roc.
?. -v. S 55
m..... 451 S ?.'
.. . Mf 10 110
"la si n , iw
f.',.... 2 12 J ?0
h& r?..... en is si
fPTt bS H 6
:o; is 76
v. K,... SI Tol.tt 1,307
'.' IECOND WARD.
im sr. o:
nft V..... 0 26 72
Kt!! ',..... 45 27 70
nlao 2S s
Ijstfi . R '-'n r.n
I 14 S3 "-. 35 "3
re Si ? "5 Tnl'" ?5
h3 xi- THIRD WARD.
11113 Ml .17 n
Rrf 3" IT..... 70 3S lo
-.dUfi SOI 3'J 7ft
0f3 V... TOKO . ... fit
vj... r,.v Tola) r,;,3
I'hafc FOURTH WARD.
, , , 2... . lor. -ifi 44
!S T 47 4S
dopst IV... 7ft
fhet 7oil cn
fgfe 3ETFTH WARD.
L . 77) w t-
tVrP v..... 35 TolJl I7
PliJW cf.. . I3(i Tou for citr 3,951
f til ..remedy Uiat -will euro your
"tsm tWB8o tiino and monoy cx-
-vben you can cel. a propa-
vtw as 17011 a "orld-wido rcpu-
fir U( ? ewes of this diEcaso and
u&fr we depended upon? It is
ctisltfi rywhere as Chamberlain's
dli4j?! edy, and is a mcdiciuo of
!Tor salo by all dealers.
OFFICE 2562 WASHINGTON AVENUE. PHONE 664.
Office Hours 6 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.; 3 p. m. to 8 p, a
MOST OF QUALIFIED
Republicans and Democrats
Alike Satisfied With Rer
suit of Work.
Special lo Tho Tribune.
OGDEX, Oct. a0.Kc;.'isr ration for
general oleetiou next Tuesday closed
at 0 o'clock this evening, and the offi
cials of the Txopublicnn and l.'einocratic
cainpai trn organ ir.a Lions arc well sat
isfied with tho results through out We
ber county in l)i past two days. The
two old parties have nathored the scat
tered forces until, according lo the
statements made lonicht, there aro but
few scattcrinj; Eopiiblican ami Demo
cratic voters unrcgisterod.
Sccrctaiy A. W. Larson of the TJopiib-.
liean coinniit.tco hud iicri'cctcd tho
workiufj forces lo su'h an extent that
Ibo bulk of the registration for his
party was complotcd yesterday, Sev
eral hundred more voters were induced
to register today, however, and ho esti
mates that, tho total number of Taft
supporters who registered during the
past two days is nor. far below 1500.
Considering tho vote four years ago
and tlio heavy registration for the coin
ing election, ho ostiinalcs that, nioro
than 10,000 votes will bo cast in Weber
county next Tuesday.
The Democrats arc no leas optimistic
regarding tho sui'ccss of thoir registra
tion work. Chairman S. S, Smith de
clares that with almost 800 Democratic
voters unregistered prior to Tuesday,
the county committee, has .succeeded in
lining up moro than 700 of the number,
lie is also certain that tlio percentage
of non-voting citizens in Weber county
uoxt Tuesday will bo the shim Host in
the history of general elections in :
Laders in tho old party movement!
arc regarding with a certain dogreo of
satisfaction the fact that the Progres
sives refused to engage actively in the
registration campaign. They also de
rive a satisfaction from tho situation
that a number of Bull loosera who
wore most active in the original move
ment iinnicdialclv after tho Roosevelt
convention in Chicago, have dropped
back from tho firing line and allowed
main- convert to take their places.
While thov are perfectly awaro that
(his fact Inay not tend to lesson the
Roofovelfc vote in Weber county, it is
taken as an indication that prominent
supporters of "Roosevolt were nol. en
tirely in accord with tho placing of a
local Progressive ticket in fho field.
Prominent; Republican leaders have
stated during the past few days that
Roosevelt may carry Weber county,
but that tho normal" majority of 1000
will brine success to the Republican
Wcbcr Without Bosses.
SpfU) lo Th3 Tribune.
OiiDHN. Oct. SO. In n spoeHi before a sm-dl
rrn-Ml In tbo Armory lonlcb'. l;wr. t.v?un. frn
crr.lvr raodlilntn for runcrciK. tlcrUved dial Wf.
bnr w (In ohIt ronotv In Hip nlali vllhont rto-IIMi-al
bewsra ami iol Oomln.ili'l br th td-ofllli-d
(cilcr.il lim:l). To Mr. . Iiinn'N mliirl. Hit jkIHI
I'crapool f tlio iitaio In Ciirboa rouuiy.
Iirr". lir ilcuUrril, llio ramlidutrH o bntti tli
nnpuhllcnn anl Drmopratlo parllcn rrcrn sclrr.ttd
by Uic s-nino "biinrlj of polllJcnl bowrs.'
P le Have the Greatest B
Hat Values In Tww I
jJtjflMC3 values wc offer arc grcJitcr l-lian you cau get I
SSv''ierc csc 'll town- fany men who liavo I
jgt paying from lo $6 for their hats are now
S'S'tK D? Wr Jainous Welton." These men know
SSCS' nnc "vvlinn cau savc a clolltir or so they 1
ig5.S do it How about yourself!? Your money is 1
!$h saving-, isn't it?. Then let your new hat be a
lon,'!' Comc in ana gct 1o3ny' I
ll 220 Down Main
f fcays of High-Class Racing
LCL 1 TO SATURDAY, IW. 9
i.m!r 6841 horaei, ridden by fmoun Jockeys over tho beautiful 1
SrKila 8CHEUTER'S ORCH ISTRA FIRST RACE AT Z'.ZO P. M. 1
at " V,a th Sa,t Lako nnd 0dcn Railway (Bamberflor 1
fWmn Special train without atopa to the track at 1:30 p- m. H
'2K!K!:lBta,y aftot' laBt aco' Admloolon, including return trip:
i Wmy" LADIES $1.00 I
- feM LADIES ADMITTED FREE FRIDAY
Declares Stale Prison Is Open
for Officials Who Violate
Law of Land. fc
Special to Tlio Tribune.
OGDF;N, Oct. 00. Appearing for the
first time during tho present campaign
before an Ogdcu audience, Governor
William Spry tonight nddrcsscd more
than ono huudrcd people at the county
buildiug. Ho discussed principally the
I'lcstion, and openly fiavCd
NN illiam Glasmann, editor of an Ogden
paper and former mayor, for an alleged
misrepresentation of facts. Tho gov
ernor said in part:
"There has been no interest o" sl'itc
funds received by any individual be
cause of any deposit that might have
been made in any 0f the banks
ol: tho staf.o because of tho fact
that they have held tho state's money.
As a matter of fact, uudcr tho laws of
Utah, it i.s a felony to do so.
"In the faeo of this fact, if William
Glasmann or any other individual in
any other part of Utah baB any evi
dence along this line, thcro is a law
prescribing a penalty and the state
prison is open for anv class of men
that might be convicted of an offenso
ol that kind.
, . 7 1 is an unmanly, unfair, contemp
tible charge to make against any pub
lie oifieial, and no decent, self-respecting
man will undertake to make a
chargo of that character."
liincoln O. Kelly, .Republican candi
date lor stalo auditor, talked on the
tinaiicial condition of tho state, after
tho governor had left to address a
meeting at .Mound l''orf
SEES CRISIS COMING.
Educator Believes That Need for Another
Party Is Imperative.
OGDEN", Oct. SO. That the United
Slates Is approaching a critical period In
wlilch (lie issues at stake are just as im
portant as tlio.so before the elvil war and
that the organization or a new political
parly with different idcalM is one of the
indications of I lie impending crisis, worn
two of tho contentions of Professor Goorgo
W. Corny, of the University or Utah, whun
ho delivered an address before the stu
dents of tho Weber academy today. Some
of the issue:j of iho present campaign
wore pointed out by Professor Corey in
support of bis assertions pertaining- to
the peaceful revolution.
Talking of the present educational nys
teni, tho university Instructor declared
that It too was undergoing a change in
that tho eduction of young men and wo
men for citizenship 7athir than collcgo
students only wan rapidly becoming an
essential factor In educational methods.
Ho pointed out that somo.Uiliig more se
nilis than collpgo spirit is demanded by
(ho mil Ion to faeo the coming crisis. The
speaker declared hiinHoIf strongly in favor
of iho present movement lo broaden the
scopo of work In tho public school that
the students may bo trained for the world
rather than for Iho college.
CON'FESSES AND PAYS.
Men Who Toole Baby Into Saloon Arc
Scored by Judge,
Special to The Tribune.
OGDJ5X, Oct. 30. A fine of- .:o and a
scathing le.clurc constituted tho .sontonco
pronounced by Judge: W. H. Rccdcr this
morning in Iho case of Stephen Ti. Willis,
tho father who hocomo Intoxicated yes
terday and allowed Jils olcven-inonths-old
baby to rail from a go-cart into gutter
filled wlih water. The same penalty wan
applied In the case of James Trappctt.
cousin of "Willis and who accompanied
him on his visits to several Twenty-fifth
Both men pleaded guilty to disorderly
conduct. Willlt! HoknoTvledgmg that bo had
taken his child Into several saloons, after
ward allowing II. to fall Into tho mud and
water. Hi his Iecturo Judge Kcedor de
clared thai It was only the l'.-tet that tlio
wife and child might suffer which pre
vented him from giving Willis the limit,
under the law. Tlio men, both of whom
nro employed at the Southern Pacific
shops, paid thoir fines.
Makes Fruit Growing Art.
Spclai to Tlio Tribune..
Onrir.N". Oct. .-0.-GmTlll Lo-.vtlier. editor of
p. forllicoinlns ruojclopfdla on lurllcultnr, liajj
nrrhcl In Ok'Icii for (tin purrocn of InverUsatliiK
friilt ronilUlou.1 In Wcbcr counlr hdI Utah In
! ncnral. .Mr. l.nwther proposes to leMio a. eon.
prclnm.lvo irratlfcc on tlin tmbject. Ijjst vltitcr
ho condiiclil 111? lnTeaUfCAllom: In California anil
Oregon. i.'iiiiiImk to Utah from a vlwll to MonU.ni,
Wnultltistnn mul hUlio. Ho propones to fpenil
the, nest four inontlij In Utah, Colorailo anil J.'cv
"It lr. tho purpojo of royielf and ai.l.Unl3
In roinpllo uu cnoclopacilta on fnilt-ralalii(r thai
-i 111 ijinbodj' ovni7tlilDs uocerary to Iho nrt. for
It U an art, HjIb Krovrlni; mirl innrKotlrig nf
fiull," nld, .Mr. IOT7thcr toilu.r, "When romplnt
ci II cmbrirn n tre-itlie o thn nolla, tr
illofAjen and npccleri of trees hest adople'l to tho
dlffrr.iit sections throughout Die. country."
.Mr. Ijwtbcr, who 1k a prominent fruit man of
the. uorlhTveat, reihleu at North Yaldinn. Wash.
Faces Desertion .Charge.
Speelnl to Tho Trlhuno,
OCIDIC.V Oct. SO. Tj, s. Wcnton. chardl Tflth
tho ilcnortloii of hlfc two lolnor uhlldrcD. hun been
brought brk to tblr city from I'oeitollo. Idnhn,
where ho u-a arrnaled t tho rqiiei,t of Iho Wo
ber county niil.hnrllU'9. lufnnnnilon rachod tho
county rniiiinlwloiirn! that Won ton and also tho
mother of tho children had loft tho city. leailuc
them to Iho enro of frlfltidx. Weston inyg th.it
he hml no intention of .ibiuidonlns thn children,
Mipposlnc that their mothor hud plavnt thorn In
thn ructody of nupornJlilo partlcp. Tho iiMltor
III be thoroughly luvcitl;atcd brforo a com
plaint in nicil ag&lnrt tho fitthor.
Pitrso Snatchcr Escapes,
Spcrlal to Tho Trlbuue.
OfiPKN. Oct. "0.Mru. Jlnrcarr.t ninslum. ro
uidliiK nt P.r,0 Tlilrty-thtid attvot. reported to the
police IhlH ovonluc Hint -vrhlto hbe una wnlklDR
nlons Twenty-drat, ntrcct near firant avenup a
hnndbas containing about J? In caith mid othOr
artlcleii ins Miatchcd from her hands by an un
known joati. Tho purse snatchnr mudo his vaf
lownrd Iho biiMnctii dlntrlot. Hccordlnc to Mra".
BlnRhnm, and haa not heon apprchenilod. Oj.tk
to tho fuel Hint It was ktowIhk dnrk ivlion tho
jobbery occurred, Mrn. ninshani Tna unable to
Klvo tho pollno a good d'icrlplloii of tho sneaV
Bot Arouses Interest,
Spr.-lat to Tho Tribune,
OGDBN. Oct. :0,-Thnt the tafclns" of Utah from
tho lift of stnlci) originally conceded to Prenhlent
Taft ban caused no Miiull amount of :ipc;ulatlou
unions tho liollllcal Icjik-r.i wan Indicated today
when a. newiipaper man of thlr. city vuecred tlOfl
with a furiuoc mayor of Opdeu that Taft would
curry lh elate. Tho mnn who In credited with
the "Beld" end of th wager In a atronc sup
porter of WoodrOH- Wlluon.
AJIow Chambers's Claim.
Spcclut to Tho TrlbuDc.
OUUEN". Oct. .",0. At a npcclal mostlnjr of tlio
ulty commlii.'ilooera thlu utterooon tho claim of
County Treasurer Almn I). Cbumbors of i:0OO for
the collection of city taxet tt.ii allowed. At tho
liiornJnti mooting the commlKBlononi approved
payrolln and clalnin nmounting to "!i$2.
Sue Cars Lootod.
OCIIKN Oct 30 -Uox rar thluve vnri w
UMially Iiuhv In the local railroad yardii luat
nlplit. Dccordlnc lo u report niado to thn police de
partment tnflty, six Klo ririindc cam woro ra
portei lu har been broken Into, A check ot the-
con ten tn this morning nhowed thut ono enni of
thoea and . nuantlt; of clothloc wore mbslns.
Later In tho dny Speclol Watchman Krank 8hu
maker of tho Southern Piiclfli; compiny discovered
tho box of ahoea noar the Oregon Short Lino tu
ter lauk in tb north jardr. No trace of the roo
bera has been ucourcd
i Will Have Music and Cider.
Sprclsl to Tbo Tribune.
00 DEN, Oct. CO. The mombe.-s of lb Ldij'
Propwslvo club of Weber county h.ivo annoupced
a. procromme of mualc tnd a nionu of apple cider
.nd tiodilclics tor their flnal campaign celebra
tion at tho Bull Moofln bendcjujirlera ooit Satur
day nfternoon. 11m npplo cider la a dbillnct fej
lure made poar.lble by tho Roneroslty of Clurlef,
J. Adnms. n prominent Roosevelt supporter -residing
Tolton on the Stump.
Speelal to Tho Tribune.
Or, DEN. Oct. SO.-John T. Tolton. the Pema
cratlc randblata for sotnrnor. -m tnako his Crt
ctmpalpu visit to Vobor itiunty neit Krldiy .ovon
Injt. v.dien ho 'lll uddresn tho vot-rc of North
Ocden. C. A. 'Poyd wjll rpeuk at the r.iroo rneet
lus for tho local cnndldatea on the Wilson ticket.
Sptclil lo The. Tribune. i
POCATBLLO. Idho. Oct. ?,?. Ti- Short Line
thojif. hero arc torlouly hamllcappcd on account
of the ln.vK of tho coach repair balldln; and toolo
In iho i-e?nt Ore.
New nd mue.h larger and a. hotter cnulpptd
building will bn built as roon hr tbo mnterlal
can be received hcio from tho factories. Work
has already itartcU lu cleaning up and in tearing
down the dcbrle.
Work In nls-o ttodlly adranclns on thft new
JII.'.OOO roncrMe and i-toue freight depot here
Contractor I'At Morau of gait iVo Is ruiblnj;
the work au fast as tho Hcarclty of labor and
the- we.itb.cr will pormlt. A ipur ban benn built
out from tho ut;i.ln lino for tho rapid tranjporla
tlon of tho material.
Tho rovatollo Sluslo club met lant nlht for
tho rirjt tlino thlft jeir. Tho prograinmo wai
on Robert Schumann. A paper was read by Pro
fessor Norman Adki.ion. nitinlc by lira. Drooka,
Mrs. AdkL-on. Mlna Whlttlcjev, Ml.m Wldnon nnd
Trofentor Wntklnr. A. C. KlrVralrlck la presi
dent or tho club.
Expected to Vote Bonds,
Spelal to Tho Trlbuno.
POCATBLLO. Hahn. Oct SO. -Bannock ccuntr
voiors aro oxpected to Indorse, thi HCtton of the
county board In aaklccr for a JIOO.OOO bond Issue
to build main trunk permanent rod tbiousbout
the county. It 1b the pleo lo uso thla mm of
money to build a main road lending from tho
Hear Like county lln through Soda Springs.
Alexandor, n.ioeroft, robblo. Lava and Topnr, to
JlcOimmon: a. Kecond road from the Oneida coun
ty lino through Oxford, Swan MVo, Downoy, Mc
Oinmon, Onyx. Inkom to Vitcilo lo connect
'lth th new high linn wblc.b Io,id north to tho
Bingham county line, and a third from Focalello
out totr&rd American Kalis.
Rally at Kiclifleld.
Spsclal to Thn Tribune.
P.irurifXl), Oct, 30. At a. rrogr-331-re rally
thn .ir;nt crowd wan In cvldcuco that has boso
Kcr.n nt any rally this rajiipalgn, to hoar Nepal
L. Morrln. candidate for goernor on the. rrcgr3
nlvo ticket. Tho rally Tna held In the remodeled
opera noun? unci the brass band drew tho crowd
.iinl attonded thn rally.
School has begun after ho bent vacation and tho
records iihow a very high perceatago of registra
tion both In high school and In tho grades.
C )j. Hotfmun will address tho students of the
Ulchflcld high tcliool during their a:ucmbly.
fi ai mm
(Continued from Preceding Page.)
rln, IP! (IxifttiK). $t. ,V5 and JI.C-o. won- Culaton.
101 (Turner) place 3!:. 70. j:.."C necond; Dell
florne. US (tirroll), 55.70. third. Time 1 13 S-D.
Creni" de Mcnthe and White Wool nno ran.
Sixth rar, lullo nnd an eighth Console, to?
fTurmr). Jo. ?3 nnd 52. to won; Mud Sill. IO0
(Bnxlen). K50. J3.in. sc.-ond; .Mocklcr. 110 Mlcn
rj. 51.60. third. Tlnio-l:S2 1-S. Manager Mack,
tffnudl and Jennie Geddea alro rin.
Wednesday's Laurel Results.
VlrHt race, six furlougii. rellluc Mury Ann R...
107 (McCahoy), 3 to I. won. Annuo, 107 (Doylnl,
B to 2, ':od; Fly by Night, 103 (Martin), 3 to 1,
third. Tiino-l:)5 3-C.
Peeond race, two miles. strrplcclmv Black
Bridge. I3t! (Keating, -t to 1. oa; l.zeo Flat.
ISO tsteventon), 1 to 1. won. Jr;ult.( 135
tKreHF"), A to third. Time 1:1S.
Third race, st fnrlongj. m1I1hc Seneca. 10S
(Kederls). to 1, won; I'beninlpo, ioS iTeahRiin).
S to 1, aerond; Ven'.taa Ftrnme, 105 (Ambrose), 5
to 1. third. Time l:t 2-S.
Fourth rnco United Stutej cavalry race. No re
Fifth rnce, mile and a sixteenth. ' pur.e Sam
JacUwn, 107 IKerrlcIO, 12 to I. -rnn; Mlrrlon
(ShuttliiEor). 3 to 1. i-econd: Shacklclon, 112 (But
well). 8 to S. third. Time IM5 2-.V
Sixth rac, mll and unventy rardo. nelllng
Spin. 103 (Fergui-on), 3 to 1, on: Jim t-afrrcy. 107
(BuUcIl) 10 to 1. oceond: Little Up, 102 IKor
rlck) R to 1. third. Time 1 ;5 -f..
Sovrnth race, mlln tnd a alxtcrnlh, pelllng
PUckford. 107 IBulwoIl), f to ?. won: Reyr 101
(Byrne), fi to 1, tecond; Mannsseh, let (Carlfr).
S to 1, third. Time IM".
Today's Laurel Entries.
Find rtce Uloven-Mxlecnthii of n mlln. Selling.
Index. W.t Index. V.'t.l
.... Wnmla ritier . 103 6125 Fred Vrrr ion
iW!0 Cordlo V MCI 6irr AurlSo .103
C12t Chll. Paiico ,...ini Sine nig Dipper ....111
UU O. of Allah 10fir,:os rinjckli"! II
r.?a Karly Light . -I0?l Bisr. rwntalie Ill
fllOS Latent lPflfilSi Schallrr . . 111
CISt l5helres IOfj r.;o lnBiiianee Mun . . 1 1 1
Second race Elevcn-Mr.tceiithg of a mil-. Tire.
6C0J Sldon m.'i 072 .lavk Nunnnlly 105
h9 Or II. h. Sw.ilr.102l fil.'.O Spellbound 10?
f.S5 F.Xiallbr.r .. .102 itudman ..mil
6IS? Tremler 10t 020D Argonaut in?
r.050 Thrifty lour.ist Tieductlon 103
MCt Mob Ami I'Jtl SI2S Ilcwlet
ItlOS Carroll 10 R0 'Rurofot J0
r,002 Lady Fatherolu 1U M 'Vliey f.;
K1S? Tonlata I0R 6'M I'lall lo:
SIC!) Fond llenrt .. .101
Third mco Throe-quifters of a mile. Hulling.
C210 Rose Queen , . . ?7 Hi? Sprliigmai; .. ..307
fi?8 nen Ixyal 10 hdZh Pcrtlmhlie .....113
r.!7n Kato 1C int Slid nnelf Day ....118
r,?77 b'eneca 104 ( SI26 liotluien 115
til 2 Ivahnll 101
Fourth -rare SI lie and an alglith. Stake.
r.?C7 Bounder .. .. Ot 0103 Sir .1. JohiKon.lU
C127 O. M Miller.. .1031 603O Worth 117
r.fi.'.2 Lahore l"A 0.!0 The .Manasei..i;7
rCO Supcratltlon ...105010 Frogleo" 121
t!IJi;i lllbirloUE 103 S6DS Slar Charier .'111
OtiOl Carlton G 1036127 John Roardnn .. fj
Fifth r.ico Mllc nil eenly yard!. Selllug,
CM! Be I')nli5 Golden Cutle .,100
K170 w. arlnwe)l....l0;l 6213 II, HuMilnsoo. . Ill
(C-0'i Blackford 1071 C071 Lord niam II
t;027 Fedlgroe 107 1 ot'73 Anarrl Ill
f,170 O'Em 107 5001 Sum-aglet 1M
6170 Pen Wilson ..,.110 6212 M. Angelo 117
6071 Irlih Kid 100 I1? Ilaldoman .. ,.110
Slitli vnoe Mile and a nlxtaenth. Selling,
(107.1 OaUhurat . . .1031 6ft!0 1 lfT i:dj;c .,..103
6033 Col. Aahmeade ,10.1 KOST V. Oro ps
C127 JacflUlllna ,, ..105 6055 D McDoil(Vld....I05
61S7 Warborn . ...lOSl
Neuralgia, of the face, shoulder,
hauds. or feet requires a powerful rem
edy that will peuetrato the flesh.
Ballard's Suow Liniment pos
sesses that power. Rubbed in where
tho pain is folfc is all that is necessary
to reliovo suffcrinjr nnd restore normal
conditions. Price, 25c, 50c and $1.00
per bottle. Sold by Schramm-Joluiaon,
Drugs, fivo good utoros,
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TRIBUNE RACING FORM CHART
Compiled by T. Clojlr. Publlabed by Mrs. F. St. D. Skinner.
E. a Hopper. Presldlnt Judse. H- Morriey. Start.
LAGOON. Utih. Wednesday. October 30. 1D12. Twentj-nrut day. Weitber clear. Track muddy,
I - r. ,i FIRST HACn Five and a half furlnngn. Sclllug. Threc-ycsr-olds and upward. Net
1 DUr value to wlancr . J2O0, hecond 135, third SIC.
Index llurtn. Wt. fit. U Vj t 9tr. Fin. Jockny. . Op. CI.
Ui.1 Arthur Hymin. a.. 103 i .... 1 '4 1 2'i I 3 1 .". Klray P-2 2
1132 Thll rnuor. i 103 :t .... 2 2'.j S I'.a 3 Vi "Hi Forsyth 10 15
i70 Nnrfi. :: ios n .... r. u, r. h 42 :: c h.- Miller.... -r-: 11-.
H2o Melts. ion .1 .... r. a r. 2 i ai Hill i 1
13P3 Billy Myer. a. 101 i 4 2'.i 2 21a " 3 fr 3 O'Brien S-." O S
HM Qryltolat. C 103 S .... S n 5 r, B?ian;on . 10 12
At poM 1 minute. Off at 2:32. Tlmo 25, :J0 1-.", I -12 2-7. Hyman. K-h plare, '.'-l Iht.
Connor n place, 5-2 rhow. NarO 2-5 nbow. Winner rb. k by Hmporor of Norfolk Uperanza.
Trained by W. M. Cnln. Scratched HSS Kaln-Jt 103. Standing stsrt cood. Won In u gsllop.
(econd and third driving. High price. NarO J3-5. Winner ontcrd for $mo. No bid. Overweight,
Narfl 1. Arthur Hyman Just reveled lu Iho goiug. there was pebt nleppy wator on lop, but
muddy uiidonieth. Thll Connor In cloro atloiidance, Narfl outrun first part. closd well. Billy
Myer hard ridden, could not gn in tho going.
t CrZ SECOND RACK Five furlonss. Selling;. All nges Net valuo to dinner $:i3, second
1 jUj J35, third $10.
Index. Horse. Wl St. M i K Str. Fin. "jockey. Op." Cl7
im Tho i'jd. 5 nr. a .... 1214 1 a'i 12 11 o.- nk-oi ...... 1 3.2
(1502) Leiicnr, t ...117 .... 6 1'.i 1 1 4 fi 2." l.'av.uiangh . ... 3-a 7-2
MS Clara. W.. i 15 11 .... 3 1 3 4 3 VI, 3 'i Fischer 4 12
(147) Good Intent, P Ill I .... 2 2 2 2 2 2 4 2 Grand 3-2 4-3
M?S Rossentn. 4 110 ti .... 4 24 4 2 4 5 fi 5 Hanover 4 7
Sr,o (ialeno Gale, 5 IM .... 7 7 5 1 6 2 0 KeJbJy io v."
U74 Grlrr.ly H"ar. 3 ...IIP 7 .... 5 U i 3 7 7 W Mclntyro ... 10 20
Corrected woiah'. I!scar It7. a
At pout 2i minutes. Off nl .T.OO'.v. Time :2 S-u. :J0 2-5, 1:04 l-S. Fad 3-2 idac. 7-in shoT.
Lcjcar t-C place. 2-" uho Clara 5 i"how. Winner cb. g. by Woolatborps Fathlouabl;. Trained
by D. W. Kelley. Standlna; start good. Won handily, second oanlly. third driving . High prlc.
Fad f-. Clara 15, Intent ?-5. Winner entered for J200. No bid. Overweight, Cirltil- Dear 1.
Cl.tra W 3. Tho Fad 1. The Fnd went to tho front early, holding bis Held nf. Lecar broke
slowly, oloted stronp. Cl.rra W. a contender all through thu race. Good Intent unablo to got
up to the leader, was hard ridden, but did not repond.
i rz-vT THlRO RACT-Futurlly courir. Selling. Three-yeir-olda and upwu-d. Net value
1 jUD to winner 22. r.ccond J.'O. third JM. i
ndeV7 Horae. Wt.t. TT 'A Str. Fin. Jorkey. Op. 01.
K.or Balionia. 5 7 103 4 'J ti 11 1 13 Cav.-.nauch . ... 3-2 3
1447 .lust Red. 3 17 2 In 2" 2 2Vi '.' I'i ". J. Miller.;.. 3 P-fi
14S Orlmar Lad. 3 lt 1 1 2U Z S 14 3 3 W. Oargau 10 10
1437 Oter, o 107 S .... 3 n Jl-J 4 5 4 4 Kill 3-2
l.-o I Laura cnr, a 107 K .... 5 fi 5 6 O'llrlcn .. .... fi 7
At pout Vi mlniitea, Off at 3::G'. Tuno :2t 4-o. :80, itlRJ.,. RilrouU 0-10 pl.ve, 1-3
ehow. lied plac. 1-4 :ihw. ld S-2 xbow. Winner b, in. by n.dgownn SebustUna. Tralne1
hy W. Freeman. Standing htart gool. Won handily, second driving, third raMly. High price.
Rod C-2. Clay S. Winner entered for JSM. No bid. Overweight, Orlinur Lad I, Laura Clay ". Bal
ionia 1. Bnlioula look the lead on tho fr turn, rteod tiff tbe cbnllrngo made hy Jn.it Red the
final eighth. Orlmar Lad van veil In tho going. Oxer stumbled repeatedly, lllll uot being
Mtrong enough to hold him together. Iiura Cla? acted very bidly at tho post, causing ft long
. Z.(7 FOURTH RACr One mile. PIHng. TJirce-ycsr-oIds and, upward. Net viluo tn (
I DU TTlnni-r J200. ncrond 533. third t.i.
fndrx.- "Horfcc! Wt. St. U 4 Str. Fin. Jockey. Op. CtT
"lPtC. W Kennon, fi 113 1 iUi fris 1 U 12 1 CnvnnaUgh ... 4 fi
1172 Flying, fi 100 3 2 Hi 2 M 2 I 2 H', 2 ns Flimher fi 7
(14721 Florence KrJpp. 3.. 107 t 7 7 5 2't 4 2i .1 '.q Pauley 3 t
MR0 fJInn Felnn. 10 n 5 2'4 I 1 !i 3 '; fi llnuovrr 4 2
1)31 Abound, 1 112 2 3 3 2 3 1 fi l?.j fi'2t; l). Boland .... C-2 1C-3
1436 Oacuro. 1 103 7 214 2 7 fi 1 0 S 1 3 lllll 12 15
14K Repoitor. S .103 6 4 1 6 h t2 7 7 Fonyth . , 70 30
At pojl 2 minute.". Off at 4:02. Time :2C 2-5. :52 2-3, l:IS4-3, 1;4? 2-3. Kimimii 2 place,
1 ybow, Flying 5-2 place, 6-5 ;hon' Krlpc 4-3 nho. Winner b. c. hy Dtck Wolle.'i Neore l
Tralned by W. A. McKlnney. Scratnh"d. r 1493) Judge Walton 112. Stuudlng start good. Won
easily, awund nnd third driving. High price. Abound 7-2. Winner entered for 5200. No hid.
Over" right. Abound 3, O. W. Kennmi ted his field from the sturt. winning easily. Flying hung
on with rare gamonoat. Florence ICrlpp came from far brn-k In game fashion. Sinn Felnn ntver
dangerous at any time. Abound hung badly alter being prominent in the early rarl.
I ;nO FIFTH RACi: Six fullona. SelllnR. Thrae-year-oldB and upwiird. Net value to
'ljUO winner il'i. second 550. third ?2S.
Indoi Horse. Wt. St. U '4 !i Htr. Flo. Jockey. Op. ClT
H70 Mandadero, 3 101 I .... 11 12 1 2j 1 2 Groth fi-fi 3-3
(13771 Glmll, 3 107 2 .... 2 4 2 2',; 2 2 2 j O'Brien 5-2 11-3
210 Florence A.. 5 111 4 .... 3 '4 3 4 5 2' 2 3 Ormea .. , t 13
1470 O, Cunningham, &..10S .... 5 H K 1 4 C 4 S Tauley R lo
147S Cofgrovc. S .. IW fi h fi 2 5 4 5 3 Civnnallgh . 12 3
1420 Dutch Couprage. i..l03 3 .... S i $ Hill 3 fi
1 At po 3 mlnutoi, Off at l:2S. Time :2t S-C. :40 4-3. 1:1S 4-C. .Mandadero 1-2 plare. .
show. Glmll 4-5 pUcr, 2-5 show. Florence 2 nhow. Wluner 1. g, by MarJgnn - KcVra. Trained
hy J. Umeneetter- Standing Ylurl good. Won easily, second driving, third enlly High prtrr.
Mandadero $', Glmll Ifi-5. Florence 15. Cogrove 13. Winner entered for T303. No hid. Ovn
weight, Mnndudcro 1. Glmll 1. Mandudcio Just lowroped hlf! ilold the entire dlstumo, winning
vory easily. Glmll the next best. Florence A, n.n runnlnz strong at thn end. The oth?i'a
. -RtXTlt RACi: Five and a half' furlongs, Selllus. Thtee-joar-olds aad. upwurd. Net
1 DJ J valun to winner J2M, second third $15.
Indox. Horse. w"tSt7 U Vj U Str. Fin! Jockey. Op. CI.
1475 Ray Egan. a. ,.103 2 .... 2 2H 2 4 2fi 1 n Pnuley . ...... C-'fi f'u
1402 K. Ruhntullcr. 4 ....103 1 .... M 13 I Vt " S Cavanaugh . .. J-3 C-2
1502 CJren Isle, 4 103 ,4 24 SI 4 2 S Beznuton fi i
I4S7 Tompo Stand. 3. ...104 7 .... S Hi U -1 ! Radtke .. 10 12
1180 Dorlau Prince, a.,.,103 3 .... 3 2 .'. h 5h 5 Vt Fischer 10 IS
MM nahlgren, 5 103 S .... fi 2 rt 3 6 & ?i C. II. Miller.... fi fi
1133 Yellow Fool. 6.. .,..109 C .... X 72 76 7 tl La Bell S 1.'.
1474 Tanls, . 101 6 .... "1 S S Fomth 15 20
At poU Vj minute. Off at 4:51. Tlmo !24 45. M3 2-5, 1:12 2-5. Bgan 3-3 place. 1.3 show.
Kultfrtaller 1 place, 2-5 shoti-. Tola 1 ahow. Winner b. g. by Royal Flush III. Cauta. Trained
by J Ilntton. Standing sturt good. Won driving; Hftcond and third cully. High prlco. Isle
7, Standard IC, Prince 20. Datilzreii 7. Winner entered for U00. No hid. Ray Rgan -was out
run until wall down the atrotch, where ho cloivd wIUi n Urong ni'li. setting up hi the last
stride. Frank Rulmlaller bocked up badly alter sbonlns good speed. Oresn Isle went all over thn
track the final quarter ami finished stronc
Domocratic Rally. H
rr.icf-, Oct so. m. wnon or salt Ltko H
City the prliii'lpil Mcakir ul a rvitlug Pcin- HBHl
o-ratli: rally thltf evening. Ho rntertalnlugly illr;- J
- cuvscd tho national l.ni's for fully two hours rind "HHHJ
a touted grat cnthuslasiu in his dif rticxlon of thu tU
tlncc loa'llng candidate: for tho presidency. ' H
Yalo Guard Dies of Pneumonia.
.Vl"v' I AVION. Conn.. Ocl. ."O. Tlioo-
dore "Woodbury York, rlglit suard of tli H
Xale vui'lty too thn 1 1 tcttni, died lonipht IJP
after :i Lrinf illue&s or puriimoni.-i. Jl M
w.-is lakeu ill nftor jilayln? In I lie wim'
ii-itliiHt tho Army at West Point. Octo- H
California Defeats Australians,
BPJRIv KIjEY CjiI- Cot. SO. Thfi Ui
verslty of OHilfoniia. rupby roam defeat-
ed the Waratahs ot" Australia on Cali- HH
foniln til( todav. 6 to H
Brlves Out H
t No More Blowing, Snuffling or IH
Morning Hawking lo Dislodge
Mucus, When You Breaths
Germ Destroying HYOMEL
HYOiM.Cr (pronounce it Hih-o-mc) fliiiil
is guaranteed to end thu misery o ca- ll
tarrb or money back, IH
Breathe it, destroy the. catarrh gemus H
and soon hawkiujr " and snuffling will il
Brcatlie it and crusts will no longer ll
form in tho nose; mucous will uot lodpo uH
in the throat: nil in ihi mutation will IH
leave the mcmbrnno ot the noio and MH
throat and your head will foci clear and lH
Breathe it for couprhs. colds and sore jH
throttt; its soothing. Iicaliup. antiseptic. H
action is better thiiu all the stomach H
(losing remedies in creation. jH
Complete outfit, which includes in- IH
halcr ami bottle of 1IVOMEI. $1.00. iH
H.xtru bottles of IJVOMKr, 50 cents, at jB
Shnimni-.johnson, live stores, and drug- IH
gists everywhere H
M'o biealc up cold in head or chest HH
overnight or to more quickly conquer H
stubborn catarrh, pour a scant teaspoon- M
ful of H YOM13I into a bowl of boiling H
water, cover head and bowl with towel M
nnd breathe the vapor for several min- H
utcs beforo goiug to bed. H
The Denver & Rio Grande
Railroad Co. jH
Effective May 13, 1012. H
DEPART DAM-Y. H
Provo. Munll, AlarysvaJc 5;0li a. rn. jB
Mldvaly and Eluslium iiibiu m. H
Denver. Chicago nnd East e;3; a. m. IH
Park City a. m. IpJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJ
Opdon and intermediate points.. IOi.'IG a. in.
Osden, Sun Francisco, Portland. 12:40 p. m. H
Ogdcn, Sun Francisco, Portland. 2:15 p.m. H
Mldvalo and PliiRbaii 2:-lo p. tn. m
Denver. Clilcapo ami Knsl 5.1!0 p. ni. H
Prove, Sprlugvlllc. Tltitiu : 4:50 p.m. H
Denver. Chlcnpo and iwtat. . . . . . 7:00 p. m. m
Ocdcn. Portland and Seuttto ..11:10 p.m. H
ARRIVE DAILY. H
Ogden. San Fmuciaco, Los H
Vngelas S:10a.m. H
Tlutlc Sprlnsvtllc. Provo ....10:20a.m. H
Bingham and Mlrlvalo ...... ..10:50 n. m. jH
Denver. Chicago niitl Etat. . . .lU:2o p. m.
Ogdoti and Intenncdluto points. 2:10 p.m. H
Dcnvr, Chlcaso ud East...... 2:30p.m. H
Ogdcn San Franciuco und west -l:oo p. ru. M
Park City and 'intermediate 1
points 5.00 p.m. H
nin'liani and Allds'nlo C:30 p, ni. HH
Provo, jVTantl, Murysvalo G;30 p. nt. HH
Ogdmi, San Kranclaco, Portland. 6:50 p. m. IH
Denver. Chligo and lnat .. .10:55 p, ni.
Phono, Wasatch 2526. ll