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j JR THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, FRIDAY MORN'ING, NOVEMBER I, 1012. LJ;
B OGDEN DEPARTMENT
OFFICE 256ft WASHINGTON AVENUE. PHOTfE 684.
Offlce Honrs B n. tn. to 10 30 a. m.: 3 p. tn. to 8 p. a
I SPEAKERS 10 CLOSE
Republicans and Democrats
J Will Make Final Appeals
Special lo The TrHmrrr.
OGDEN. Oct- .".I. United Slutci .Sen
ator Gf.orpc Sutherland. Stale Senator
Carl Hadger and Congressman Joseph
TIowclI, for ilic Ilcpubllcans. ami Judge
Villlam H. King nnd .1. Krjinklln Tolton.
for the 'Democrats, are. the principal
speakers scheduled for meetings which
will close the campaign in Wcbcr coun
ty. The Taft workers will have llns
last word. Senator Badger having been
encased for n ntlly in this city on Mon
Senator Sutherland will Invade the
county SaUirday. speaking first at the
aftornoon meeting of the Ladies' Repub
lican club nt Republican headqnai icrs.
A,nd at North Ogden and Pleasant View
in ithc evening. Me will be accompanied
to the country preclnctn by toon! e.n- i
didatos. Congressman Howell will make
his second visit of the campaign to
Weber county also on Saturday to nd
dress a meeting at Hardsvllle in the
evening. These, together with the Dan
ger meeting on Monday evening. . will
close the Republican campaign. "
t After several changes announced from
ihc Democratic headquarters in Ssilt
Ml Lake, Chalcman 55. S. Smith has been
31m notified that Judge King will conn to
nM Ogden on Saturday to address an aven
Mfl! ,np nieetlng at the Armorv on Twent.
KM fourth street. The same' speaker will
9b alpo talk at the Wilson-Marshall club
SWU headquarters on Washington avenue that
wmm e.venlnp. In ronnectlon with tliese mcet
fgm lligs C. A. Boyd will read an unpub
MM Hshcd opcech of Governor Woodrow Wll-
Hfl Mr. Tolton. Democratic enndidato for
UM governor, will pay his first campaign
fflH yJ15",10 Weber county tomorrow night.
MM tic, together with Mr. Bovd. will talk
M tho voters of Norlh Ocdcu. The
BB JV.,n meetings on Saturday" night will
1H Jo tno last important meetings of the
MM Democratic campaign.
MB ;T,n only Progressive meeting sehed-
Vm ulcd for this week will he held at Uunts-
1M v,lc tomorrow night. W. D. Livings-
BHI fvn. secretary of tho Bull Moose state
MB organization, will be the principal speak-
INJURY PROBABLY FATAL.
E Jpseph H. Gale Caught- In Drum of
1H Freight Elevator.
MB Special to The Trlhune.
IB OGDEN", Oct. 31. Joseph If. Gale. m-
TmM Ployed In tlie warehouse department of
MB the TIarriman commissary. received In-
H juries this afternoon which will probably
Hj prove fatal. Jle was caught in the drum
ma of a freight elevator. Ills most serious
Um ,nJur.Jf. ,s a cturc of the skull, IiIf
mm condition being reported as critical at
Hie Dee hospltBl this evening. The acci-
H ''out occurred at '1:30 o'clock and the
HHI Injured man had not regained conscloitH-
Ottt ii ess at S o'clock.
None of the other employees of the
MB commissary witnessed the accident. Gal"
IBH had placed a truckload of merchandise on
mm t the elevator and started the lift upward
Of A few minutes, later the men working on
I the lower floor heard croans and found
OSm Gale caught between the elevator beams
Jj and the drum, lie was removed to the
H Don hospital, where Dr. R. S. Joyce is
Hfl attending him.
J Gale, who Is 22 years of age, was rc
cently married, and resides at 359 Thlr-
HJ tcc'nth street.
I SUSPENDS SENTENCE.
Court Gives Gus Peteraon Credit on the
' Strength of Story.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN. Oct. 31. Arraigned on a
charge of disturbing the peace and on
complaint of his w.lfi;, Gus. Peterson, 2220
Jtoed avenue, pleaded guilty before Judge
W. If. Reeder this morning but related
a. story which warranted the court In
Imposing a six months' suspended sen
tence. Peterson was arrested for strik
ing his wife during a quarrel yestcrdav.
The huMiand declared In court toda'v
that he loved his wife and flw children,
but that Mrs. Peterson went to dancc
a,nd once she had been accompanied home
by a man he had never seen before.
Judge Reeder promised Peterson siv
inonths in the city Jail if he were ever
arrested again on the complaint of his
I GIVES OGDEN PUBLICITY.
Bureau Will Distribute 5000 Copies of
Special to The Tribune.
, OGDEN. Oct. 31. The officials of the
Ogden Publicity bureau have, arranged for
tic distribution of ."jOQO copies of The Ar
rowhead, a magazine published bv the
Salt Lake Route, which coma Inn this
month, an extensive article on Oicdcn and !
Its rcsourcer. The article illustrated
with many beautiful reproductions of
Weber countj- scenes. The front cover
shows the I'.lks' new clubhouse.
:Th articles on Osdcu were prepared bv
President II. M. Ro'wc uf the Weber club.
Manager O. J. St II well 0f the Publidlv
hureau: and Gus Wright, a loaal advertis
ing solicitor. George Adams, on the staff
r The Arrowhead, has contributed a de
scription of Ogden canyon.
I CLEAN BIG RESERVOIR.
Workmen Find Immense Number of Fish
Special to The Tribune.
! OGDEN. Oct. 31. While there Is no no
ticeable clmnc; in the electric service
supplied to Ogden city conaumeiv. the si
foot conduit which carries water from the
Ogden canyon rcservolv to the Utah Light
f. Power cunipany'H Twelfth aiiocl plan
I dry and for the first time In ihaiiv years
not a wheel H mining at the hls'ltyd-o.
The plant v.a o o down for th
1'irpoxi' of draining nnd cleaning the rey.
eivotr abo'c li e power dii In-the can
yon. Wlih the iiiiual supply of water
mm nod out of the reservoir a laise force
of men Is dredging the. nccumulalinn of
mud Into the rlvor channel and the w.i-le-
Is farryipc K thruugli the spillway tu
ti: rl;r bed below I he datu. A number
of deep dole ill tile bed if tb reervoli
iwcie u.)i diaiiicd and ilicc are sild In
be Jiter.iliy :i'lvc with llsh. whUh tul;
I refuge there when the spillway jrnles
The Tuelftb street plant v. Ill not be
planed In operiitloii nmilp for 'iiuri! tlinii
a niniilh. during which tlnj" ilio current
used In (,'gden jml Salt l.iilfe will be
supplied by the Weber canyon plo.nt and
the fithor power stations of the rumps n v.
Diiiinc the inactivity the 'ocal plant and
also the water conduit will be thoroughly
ORDERS CLAIMS PAID.
Commission Directs Warrants Drawn In
Spodnl tn The Tribune.
OCPKN-. Oct. ".I. Warrant for claims
totaling 5S.".0ft.?C were ovdered drawn when
the cltv commission or hfhl their regular
meetings this mornlm.-. The ;inount was
divided as follows: ICnginecrinr dcjiart
uii'ii. JSI?..'0: sivet department for
snrlnkliiicr. s.70.00: the Wnrrell Munufae.
turin? coiupanv. 5120; AVllllmu I'ovl con
tract for building sidewalks. S13ll.IiJ: the
American La France Fire lCnsinc corn
pan v. J.'.iJOO.
The contraet with the American La
Km nee Fire Engine company for the new
auto equipment recently placed In serv
ice originally called for Jr.ono hut a re
duction' of JtOfl.was obtained by permit
ling the company to ex-hlblt the auto
chemical Miglnc at the recent convention
of the national fire chiefs In Denver,
PURSE SNATCHER ACTIVE.
Miss Myrtle Kuhn Loses Bag and Its
Special to The Tribune.
OGDF.N. Oct. 31. The purse snatcher
who has been operating In this city dur
ing the pant few days was active again
this afternoon, stealing a valuable mesh
bac from Miss MvrUo Kuhn as the young
woman was walking along Twenty-third
street, near Washington avenue, about
3 o'clock. Miss ICubn, who resides at
2r.57 Adams avenue, was accompanied bv
Miss Margaret Casey. S37 Twenty-third
After securing the hag the thief inn
cast on Twenty-tlilrd street and made hls
wny through the block to Twenty-second
street. From the descrlntion given the
police bv Miss Kuhn the offlcors are
certain that the thief was tho same man
who attacked Mrs. Margaret Bingham
last evening- Miss Kuhn lost only a
small amount of money, Tho bag was
valued at 510.
LYCEUM COURSE OPENS.
Katharine Rldgeway and Her Company
Please Ogden Audience.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN. del. 31. The opening number
of the Wcbcr academy lyceum courso
was presented at the academy auditorium
last night when Miss Katharine Rldge
way. dramatic reader, and her company
appeared before a large audience. Mls'J
Rldgeway's readings featured the even
ing's entertainment and the selections
by Lndwig- G. Meyer, baritone soloist.
Spectators Applaud Verdict
Until Judge Stops Them;
Shooting Held Justifiable.
Special to The Tribune.
NEPHI, Oct. 31. "Nol guilty" was
the verdict announced by the Jury in
the Gustaldi murder case at 7 o'clock
last night. The crowd that thronged
the courtroom demonstrated tnclr ap
proval bj; applauding, but the manifesta
tion was quickly stopped by Judge
Greenwood. The decision comes as a
termination of a case which has attract
ed Interest throughout the state.
II. Gustaldi. on the morning of Jan
uary 11, mil. according to evidence, shot
and killed W. A. Palmer, an itinerant
photographer, In the doorway oi the
depot at Eureka. Gustaldi slew Palmer
after hearing that the latter had paid
attentions to his wife. Sentiment was
so strongly in his favor in Eureka that.
It was Impossible to find an unbiased
Juior in that end of the county. Ills
acquittal comes as a confirmation of
public sentiment that Gustaldi was jus
tilled in .shouting down the pian whom il
was shown had wrecked his houio.
Judge O. W. Powers of Salt. L;7kc
defended Gustaldi in the trial. The first
hearing took place in June. 1011. and
Judge Powers secured a. continuation at
that time on a legal point.
REPUBLICANS AT PARK,
Governor Spry and Congressman Howell
Are the Speakers.
Special to The Tribune.
'PARK CITV, Oct. 31. Governor Wil- j
Ham Spry and Congressman Howell, can- '
didatcs for re-election on the Republican i
ticket, were she speakers nl a big rally
held Jn the Deuey theater here tonight, i
Moio than 00U person? attended.
Governor Sp-v repeated his defense of
the disposition of the slate fund?, which
has become a leading lsic of the cam
paign. Congressman Howell .-poke on
national lines, defending President Taft
from the attacks of Colonel Roue uii,
and deprecating Governor Wilson, the I
Democratic candidate. ,
Ilen; Welsh presided at the rallv. '
Tho Tat : ("I-, - tullltaiy band p!a.ed stv-
em; selections. :
I Specific filooapolson
ffl Eycryouc realizes that this disease is a blood infection of the most now- i
m crful nature, the virus of w'.ueh so tLoroughly poisons the corpuscles of
il! h3circiiUtiou that its symptoms arc UMnifestcd over almost the entire
m nody. First comes a tmy sore or pimple, then the mouth. throat ul-
H "rat.c S'auds in the groin ssvcll, the hair begins to fail out, skiu dir-casrs :
H o i out1" thf bod:" aild cvc' Use bones :ichc with rheumatic pains. I
m Only a real blood purifier can have any cur.ilivc effect on a blood poison so
til Vln ?s this. S. S. S. is the greatest of all blood puriaers; it croes
H 1 1 r it c,.rcu.,a.tlon aml hJ thoroughly cleansing the blood of even- paiti-.
m cleof the insidious virub makes a permanent and lasting cure of Specific i
08 trc car Blood Poison. Jf you are suffering with this disease!
I "2 'OP-'' iiv" ' S S CI1,C vou becasc -will purify your blood
I smk rfPt, a,lci c,,n"ch its liMllh-promoting corpuscles. S. S. S. is
''O absolutely safe and certain in its tesults, that ever--
8 3piS29is&o one may cure thcmsclvcg at home and be assured the'
V1?lMri?TC?r c,ircin be permanent and lasting. S. S. S. is a purely I
K&riLl9lL vegetable remedy, being made entirely of roots, herbs '
! . a"r' bark", and it v:ill certainly cure Specific Blooa I
n:. Poison ia all of its foii-. and stages. Houig Treatment Book and medical
jj viccfrec to all. THZ SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. ATLANTA, GA
Hewlett's Fresh Tfoastcd UoflVes
in paeknges arc the only (Jofl'ocs
Roasted in the SI ale
Alc your groeer lor
The good eofi'ee will repay you.
KRKK Coupons lor HRS
lino silverware in HVIiRV
and .M'.ss CJrace Desmond, pianist, were
Owing lo the fact Unit "inKny- tlclteii.
can be sobl after the first nuuibor of tin
emu so, the r-onlcsl among Ihe students
of the acadniiiy ami the (ludeu high si hon!
has been continuisl imiil Hie nest iiiun
her. which will be presented on Novem
ber S. Tills number Is (hi: concert by
the OKden Tabernacle choir, assisted bv
Wlllard Andelln. the Ptiih man who bus
won fame both in this tuntry and Kia
runc as a baritone ."ololKt.
The choir progninime will be present" '
at the O'den tahci nuele. Pnfe-9sir .!.
sepb nnllantyne has announced that hi
has several special numbers In prepara
tion, among whh-h will be selections lr
a specla! mule chonm. This- will be Hie
llini engagement of the choir In conticc
tlon with the Vcber academy lecture
Canning Plants Kim Latu.
Sptriil to Tlic Trltmnr
OliIK.V. Oct. SI. Owlns m Hi delay In l'i
lirvT,tlllc of Rliiint .ill cropsi Mils i!en (h
'aniline fHrlorirn of Wcfc'r roinitv illl not com
plrlc their innson'd rr.n firfnrr TlunWtglvlns: U'
ami Itvo or Ihrcs plnt.i n!II rnuUniic tn oprr.1..
Inn ijilllt ttin mldilln of Dnrntnbrr. Maniser
William rrnlK of tbr snlt balie Vnlley Cn
nine I'omnanj- gny Him )ifl hB on hnnd for
tannine COM btirbeln of toin.trocs. ."OrtA lnnliolo
of iilc. flfij- lonn of jnimpUIn ?nrt .101) IniMi
cls of pcirs
Accused of Annoyiup Women.
?ptrl tn Ttir Trlhune. " ,
OCnBN. On 31. -On Ihc ronipl.ilni th.ir hi
J)aiJ beca follow lug nl anno.-lnz ivo Tinmrn.
Kter Koi-lopills. a Urffk. ? f iin-cald by PffW
?pr(tjant "Walter Wllsmi t Oivnt kvihir anil
Twentr-fmirtJi Ktrcct tliU i.'lcrnoon. Tho women
xc Sllw Klr TlupI nnd Mtf. SraU rir
V(ia. Korlopllb ti-hh rlinrscd wlih llf tnrhln th
prp. Ue dopoltod J?o for Ills appcirunre In
court lomorro' nionilnK.
G. O. P. Chairman in Ogd.cn.
SptrlHl to Thr Tribune.
OGDUN. Ort. 31. llcnrv Gardnpr. phalrm.in of
the RpimMlmu jilalp Pommltlop. vlnlted OcdPii
lodnr In roinpiiiy Trltli David MnltfOii. Uo Hpmt
the aflernonn l ttepublicnn he'idniinrlPrs In con
fercnee with the Wolior eonntr republican Kin
Seeks Missing Husband.
Sptrll to The Tribune.
OGPi:.V, Oct. 31. Potmjlcr h. "W Shurlllff
ban reeplvcd a loiter from Mm. Michael Klynn.
rijnMlns nt S13 New Blrel. Scranton. Ta. iislc
Ins for Information ronrernlnR Gunrd Michael
Klynn. who the letter ietn!. was Killed In a
reeenl Jallbreak In the west. Mrs. Klynn, lenl
Ins of the Jallbreak. del loves that the snard
wtr hor Imsboiid. who left tho eat clpM-n
yrors ngo. The lornt potofflrp offlrlnb prc.fjme
that tlm -nonian refeni to the recent Jnllbreak
t nawllns. Wyo.. but neither of th men
killed In that pity resembled the description of
Mis I'lynn'p mlnplng husband.
SIT LIE R0H1E
Pennel Cherrington and Dana
T. Smith Each Moved Up
I'cnncI Cherrington will leave this city
fpr Los Angeles today, where ,'ic will take
up the duties of chief assistant to A S.
llalslead, general attorney for the Salt
Lake noute. Mr. Cherrington has had
charge of the legal work of the companj
in Utah since the road win built with
the title of general attorney for the com
pany in Utah. He ha3 many friends
!CV.C ,wl!u r(Jr-'' lo Iiuve him leave
bait I.jUc City.
Dana T. Smith, who iia? bet-) eoi.
nected wtih the legal departm-nt of the
road here 3 apslt'tant to 4Nfr Cherring
ton. has been promoted i0 the position
made vacant by Mr. Cherrlngton's pio
niolion. that of general attorno..- inr n.e
Salt Lake Houlu In Utah. Mr. 'mlthl
was the recipient of man congratu atlons
yesterday on his promotion.
TO PREVENT SHORTAGE.
Railroads Are Dolnrj Their Utmost to
Furnfsh Sufficient Cars.
The Pennsylvania lines have spent tM .
000.000 this year in tn effort t0 lessen' "the
impending ear ahoringe, according iu tl
report received at the local office of tbe
company .vetcrday. Tho order.s tor ad"!
Sllllimal rnlbnc toelc by this eoi;in.,ny
?1Tv'Vm?,J?,,s ,his !( ePl)r.imatel-
JO.Oilt; frclglit cars. Of this numbor T.-uO
iare j-tandard liox wh, 2000 arc at.io-i
UlO-uile. tars an, h.l rem&ITi,. iniio ...... I
mvii.. i.i.b .um remaining 10'm are
bylli by the company In Its yhop.; at !-!
I loon for .special pm-pode.
I Local railroads ore making carnr..-t f -!
! forb lo prevent the car shortage that!
tor a time seemed inevitable. IC C. Msii
!son. assistant general managir Uii
: Oregon Sliort Line, hae wi most of
the past few w.-.eka in Puj.ir.cllo. rmni
i where ho can better see that all
learn are kept moving.
EXTENSION IS OPEN.
Fifteenth rrast Line Gives Addition to
I Street Car Service,
, The Fifteenth Hast cvtoimiun of H:e
i fec-ond South strest car lit:,? s in opeu-'
;ion today for the fim lime. Iiveiv
tili d i a;- en the fc"cconi s;uth ?ti -. i
!-:" v. Ill ao over u, cMoneslou lc :e
"n.-le prison. Tae Fifteenth Kam str..-i
j-v win .be marked on Use hood wtthl
," iit..nii ry electric sln ami on :h
- lo.s will be imnkci m 'icj.-?- SoitUi
:et. nctt'.rnlpg. the earn . will be
atkci .Ionian Hiidgo or fc'outh JJisJith
; U cat slrfiM.
GREINER IS PROMOTED,
le Nnn-.-d Ccmmcrclai Afjsnt of New York
W. L. ';rel;ier vestcnlay re'-eived of
ficial ni'tiil'-ur u' uf hi iitomotlou tn b
ert:erolnl .L.:ent ."or the W.v ty:V,
t.'e.ilv.il hues t ia-KR n,n vlu;0 (.nT q
K'k. who reiRiicl some Mme -igi.. The
iliaiiir will take effect today. .
A. L. liftmen who l.a: betn u
rnphcr ti the otfii-e, of s. y, .rrah, k
iluni ccneral frleghl agent of". tin- Don-
e;- i;t,, tJiKUd. for some time, ha ac
cepted the I'oidtlou or RolI:Iilug frflgltt
Mgnt f-T tbe Ner. York i.'entrsl lines.
Nldch wy ,nndc vacant l v the nr . i,".
'.ton of Mr. Orolncr.
i P.ailroatl Jfctcs.
I 'r "ic diflerent railroads rntciicr .i !t
I al.-e l'it r.i'crilii miiiou: cd Trun' ,--
-.lvilK --lijd f'nl i ia.1 iold,4 ((irxci
? f'U i e r ir T'lf t'H ,i r I'm
I nt .rumiulliiJ. tu p., llia'b mi 'i i
Il ' of Broadway. (Tlic Auerbach Corner.)
lit Order T Straighten the Tarious t
1 Sleeks Disturbed Through thc
I The Mwsica Pra Continued Tls Afterm
1 Aim &h W&ys9 Wrappers and CashlerSrSp
I Apply Today Before aem. at Auerbach Co,jp
1 STATE STREET Ali BROADWAW
i 1 i n ii i ni ii ' 111 if m 1 1 tfiniiiitiy 1 1 hi !' mmmm
I f.i! Tl-.e lotllld trip lui eai i. f-M ui.s. -n.
iTI.Uels will be on talc Novc-.iber .'5 and
.Ti and Deecmbri :'l and -'H.
Sume bu.uitifnlly colored photographs
ot "Magnolia avenue" in southern Call-,
fornlu have been received nl the local
offices of the Salt Lake Route.
A circular telling of the death Of Mrs.
C. L. Kimball. -wife of the a.-slstant gen
eral passenger ascnt of the Pennsylvania
lines, nt her home in Chleano, Ocdier
'JS. was received yesterday at the local
offices of the company.
Hiram .1. Sllfor. who was formerly gen
oral manager of the Chicago Great West
cm. passed through Salt Lake yesterdny
on his re: urn from a trip to I lie Paeifje
coast, lie left la.'l night ror his home In
II. W. lluwell. iravelinr, Ireigltl agent
for the Ci.leug). Milwaukee Hi. Pivd
, railway.-leiuni ; J ytbterday after an ex-
tended business trip tu Idaho.
' OF T 1-115 EDDY ESTATE
BOSTON. Oct. 51. Mrs. Marj' Ba,kcr G.
Kddy. founder of the Christian Science
;lurch. hurt ,ln MHiNuehuacti at the tlm
of her death, ?s::.S -IS. 7." In pergonal proi
trrty and reul estate valued at Jl.'S.OiiO.
tccordlng to the report uf Thomad.W
Slroeter. Frederick b. Jepning iind John
V.". Worthing, who we; appointed bv
pnjbale court to apprnl.-o t'.i- estate. They
vvcr instiuctctj to tnrk feiurn to Joslah
W. Forunaid. ot Ooiicord. N" l . .ulinialy
tratov of the win of Mi s. Kddy allowed
by the L-oirts of Xw Hampshire
All the personal property s'.ea to tho
Christian Scbwo -huivb aiido, th de
'dplon .f thi; siipieni.! . i. urt of Xew
Hampshire, whlnh ustalnn1 the will ot
Mr. lMdy. The entire amount which
the New I Inmiisltlro admiitlr-trator will
tin ii over to the church Is jtou: 52,00a,.
Tin MtisH.iebiiseit? -np.e,i.r i onrt
wliii Ii ha Jurli?dl''-llon on ' i f ?,
' "I or f ll 'lute V.l'l. II t ii ' i, mi',
til i ill dri I I t' .1 1 ' I r ' b-
(ie M!sti,-)n Science church from ro-
elving this property as left bv Mrs.
Kddy s will, but that the property may be
administered as a ehai liable trust by
the trustees appointed by the court.
. NEW VOTERS IN PROVO.
More Than 1100 Names Added to Regis
Special to The Tribune.
PIIOVO, Oct. 31. In the eight dav3 of
registration tills fall UGG new names liuve
been added to the registration lists of
Provo, limiting a total registration for
Ihe city of nSUo names. . Tho registra
tion shows the following, the ilrst llgure
Indicating tbe new names and tlic sec
ond the lolai for each 'if the eight dis
tricts In the city: First. 177. 3$S; jjce
nd, 135. ?):: third. 135. 510: fourth, I'jfl.
In: ilf l li. 171. r,.-i0: si.sth. 211. 5s;;; sev
enth. 131. -lail; eighth, 136. -161.
Democrats nt Spring-villc.
Special t" The Tribune.
SPUING VIM, 15. Get. Ill The Demo
crats held a big rally in me opera hous
here tonight hi which John Mendenliall,
r ainlldate on tho . Democratic Uckot for
ilate treasurer, presided. A. R. Ander
son. Dctnocralle nomliice for county au
iJctintendnt of K'i)0ols: J. II. McDonald
nomine for district attorney, and Charles
England, nominee for seeretarv 0f slate
were the prln.-lpul npcakors. There wna
a cood attenduncrc and a. -reat umuunl
Clearing the Docks.
WASHINGTON. Oct. 31. In pronara
tion for tho Christma-f rush thy postoirice
departtnent has ordered nil postmasters'
jnd pusial clerks to send in defective
'uuipment. . " "
Taft liv Vashington.
WASHINGTON, n-l. si. . p;,5.An. Tnfl
rcliin. .d o W.-' dug-..,, ',,,! NV" v,,r,
at . I . i i i '. urii t, t '
dr-ir mot f ' i .i' f. j '
"ii ,i r t r to ur . ' i
V ' i - il .x .
EDDIE IS FREED
ON ONE CHARGE
Los Angulcs Cily Prosecutor Xot
. Guilty ns to Colorpd Woman;
Another Trial Set.
1.03 AXGEM5S. Cal.. Oct. r.l.-Cltv
IVoaaeulor Guy Kddic was exonerated
of tlic charge of having contributed to
the deliufiucncy of .Mrs. Alma Jones, a
minor culoped woman, by Judge CurtiR
D. Wilber. In the Juvenile court late to
day. After lengthy arguments which
followed thu appearance of the defendant
upon the stand In his own behalf. Judge
Wilbur dismissed th case.
In rendering Judgment, the court re-j
fcrred to discrepancies in the testimony
of Mrs. Jones and the general charnete'r !
of the witnesses for tho prosecution. He
declared there was Insufficient, cvldonet
upon which to hold Kddlc Tor trial in
the aupcrlor court.
In a atatcmeni Issued by Eddie after
his dlscliarge. I,c haid the charge of m
proper relations with Mrs. Junes v.U
ftC?i ia?,i1,n8t h,m by ',r,'lllcal eiiemle
He said the young woman had been em
ployed ny him to obtain evidence i i(
number of anti-vice cace anc, llat ,
had boon peA'Siiadud by his onemies U
'"'tut? prococdlngd dsnlnat him.
bddles trial In tho superior court on
tho charge of ba.vlng contributed to the
dependeney of Mrs. Alice Phelps to be
gin .November 20.
Hotel Man Dies.
NI". OUK. Oct r.i. -Waller Moms.
? p "vIa1 ' "l" 'ir.n t failure b out; U
" ., ' ' ' ,' " '"C ilf the de-it h f
I ' .S'l , H
Hoinor P. Burt
.-'pci ial to The Tribune 'mW j,
RICHFIELD. Oct. 31 -At frWl I
rallv held here last nisllt "'SSK
(.indidatc for governor ' y..
ticket, addressed n JAl!$JSKu
dlcnce. Joseph Petern rMwulf
county attorney oh 'fe,.
was chulriuau of tne nitctl-.Wjf fa
Looking for BortKJ
DAVEXPOlfT,, la.. Sf M
men scon west ot this cig gjgUft
arc beinsr soucht by bo.? fiBPB,h ,
lice, who savthoy arc rtcjjg
of the men who hold 'M'M" '
train near Muskoscc. 0kWi
I feel like a Pimh
h the expression 'B
vflh an active IffiKSifc
tackles his Work Mlc
he ia Hucceasful-Pjng f
ou of ten you will Mjg;
which have beJ'lJiBsJ
million people W-Jf
tory result At yjL
ffist's-sugar coated of.