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ROOSEVELT NEXT HIGH
Series of Rallies by Adherents
L of Various Parlies Mark
tBSl .jAViIf0,)' Rooacvolt. ' 1J3; Taft;
JjEjw This t:ih tbc result (if the- HTaY
)pra vole Jut president of the .Coiled.'. State?
jwlj IS; tuftftii i'v the students or tbc L'uivcr-
infffli s't'.v uJ L"i.3b yesterday.". It was ouly
figjffi ;i weeh ;iyu that it was decided by the
MR student io hold tbcolcaiuD. hut Troni
uflw ibe minute if was nuuouoccd in .student
ijlWaf boclv meeting; that ':i voiintr machine
IimI would be -on tbe cauipiii yesterday,, tbc
1BI interest increaicd until yesterday it
H Kjffi wa's aliiiodt. impossible to keep' the
m 11 elates in order.
I HS 'll almost every rhuss, and especially
1 Kir "T0 J,'i,-0".' :,"d e'enoomics elast-cs, the
I filj regular routine, was diipuiij'ed witb aod
III flu ,L",U(-'d iirfo :auipai,i"ii din-
IR melons. Karly in (lie week 'Pa ft.
W Mt Wilson :uid Ifiio.-cvdt? clubs were or-
ffii :i.niy.ed. and lh rcsiec"tivi:- members
hB -cized every opportunity tu corner
IMS) 0,1 no undecided pcr.Miu and recount the
iwi ii erils of their favorites and tbc. weak
Mi,! I'ec.c. mi the opponents-.
nj ! Progressives . Active.
ntff j Tbur&d&v at nouu the I'rwyie.vivos
mSt and th Tafl people lield meetioa.
Ml Tbc Progressive meet iu.ee was so "Weil
Mm att-'i f-orl that it seemed probable flint
18 Ri tbc iniivcrsilv student would favor
II TJooH'Vclt. The 1 Still .Aroocs procured
H tb.c services of n number of tbc uoiver
mm baud members, xud after parad-
i t', llie canipu for over an qour, it.
Bffi was tbouifht tbat Roosevelt would
Hfi sur'clv win. Tbc fact tbat tbc Wilson
RWj men 'bad Tailed to bold a meeting on
Bfjffij Tbur?d:iy seemed to have put them out
II of tlie ruiiimig.
Mfm The "Wiluoii ndi ot together .after
win tbo' football rail v" .vest erdav uoou and
mmi held .iifli Vyvly meetiug that many
HI Tbc peal:cr of the day was tbe Hon.
Snffy Frank It. Stephens. Mr. Stephens ?:iid
fflBj iho'l W didn't need Jo urge the election
MUM of Mr. Wilson. n iie was already
Hp ..de-ton. but bo said that, ir was im-
bT I'ovtant tbat. college men sliould form
Hi AV5Ij.(.in clubs so that .after bis election
RIB! 'r" "v,i",'0', V,'N re'-'el vo tbe proper
BjH kin.) of Mipriort.
ffiffi IScsldes Mr. iiiephen.-'. James H.
Hllfi Woolf. soeretarv of. the local Wtlou
Bai olub, spoke. Itc urged eotwerted c-
WM ti-'ii ou tbe parr of tbo students in the
MM format iou 1' the Wil-on club, as it
BP wa-"upon tbe support of -Mr. Wilson
n after Ids election thai his success in
B R farthering true democracy depends,
J v Boost for Wilson.
II The students were- reprcentcd by
Mi Lou Wntsou, who spoke hrieflv upon
mm the attitude of the Democratic party
UH tuw.'ird the special intorots, :oil urged
H . lhat the prineiples of Mr, Wilson lio
HE sanctioned at tbe fnivcrfity of Utah
WBm bv students giving him a majority
flt . . Th voting was stopped at o'clock.
Hw A 'aou :n tb vofo? were counted the
Sj result: v:as announced in t.bn nieirs
Iff gviuuasinm wben1 the :-eaior elat-d was
Bfl givitip: a matinee dance. The Hu
ll Momtcer started at tbo bottom of the
HI list, and a a- each man's name and the
HI' number of votes was announced, the
HB eheering ineroaMid until when it, wap
Wtt loarncil that Wi'son was '"elected.'" a.
KJg stranger would li-f" thought that Ftab
had just defeatei' "(iTdcr in a football
mm "'After the the Tat't. .Tnd
fSm Roosevelt eltibs idod. while, the
WH "Wilson cljtb. eo' ' '" "!. of Wilson's
Hi election, perfected rmaucut orcaiii-
WJ nation for tbe. fur' inue of his in-
HHJ tcre,?l? in Utah. ; H. Xclson was
Inl! eleeted cbairmau o' ie elub.
I .VARIETY OE THEFTS
REPORTED TO POLICE
' Uevo'v.ors. roller KVal. hlljti ru ball
anil sofa pil'.o-.vs were most popular Tv.itli
nak tliievei ystrnny. nccordinj; to the
ronorts made to the police.
Tour pistols wore reported n stolon
ficiiu ITtintei.-? i-."onl-hand store,
South West Tomplo street.
Burglars entering by way of the back
door of the Auditorium skat in? rink. GS
Wchards streot. made off with fifty-four
pfciiti of roller sl&Xw.
A thief with a taste for lu:rnry is said
lo have taken a sreen sofa pillow from
a porch swln at thft residenee of 'Mrs.
32. E. Darling-. 103 Second avenue.
Three ivory billiard balls vnre reported
stolen rrom v. dooi room in tile rear of
the Kcnyon Iiotel.
IN SHERMAN'S HONOR
roslmaster A. 1.: ThorajH announced
last Tiight that JnRn:cttor.s hsd .been r
'Ived t'rom, the postofflcc department tn
Washington, ordering the postoffice lo
eloec at 2 o'clock this ' afternoon, to re
main eloped for the rcmaindtr of the dav,
nit of respect 'to the memory of Vice
1'roeldont .Tame-- !?. Phernian, v.'hose fu
neral will be held today.
AJ1 federal offices will be eioaed dur
ing the jiflernoon. each having received
'iVtnjtUons to that effect lrom th de
pa rodents under which they ars. lnain
City deliveries of mull, however, will
v.tit be changed and mat! tv-ll be dis
tributed at! usual. .All window;! at ih
postoffice will cJohc at "J o'clock in com
pliance with the order.
Ij DOCKET OF COUNTY
. ATTORNEY CROWDED
I The monthly report or County Attorney
I. E. vllley for October shows that a
total of S-t nein ca:es were handled by
; that offieo during the month, of which
; CO. were d.'tpoaed of by trial or dismissal
On October 1 there were HO eases pr.nd
I lug. of which CC were dlspoted of dnrln
the month, leaving a balance of 15S canes
tuidlspyoed of November J.
Ii r. Accused of Burglary.
' C: a)!es Willlamp, tf yar of age. va.-s
arre5tcW on a charge of burglary wlin
fpmid with ehlejfyjns in hl poMeaflou.
."aid to have been stolen from the hMi-r
lootit of the Hnncooj.- Produce eonipanv '
J'lrst South and Seventh V'mi streets,'!
i tr f o duels -yesterday morning. j
DEMOCnATS 8ATHEH .
AT HOME OF 16
Judge J.' Y. McKinney Again
' Unmercifully : Flit vs the" ,
Smobt Org'an. !
WOAE.N: MAKE SPEECHES
Ipra lory. Followed by l'efresh-
menls and Musical Pro
: Sf gramme Rendered.
An nnthi)2l.jHUe Democratic meeting
t.-i; held Ut even I ns at llvi home , of
Judg.j V. II. King, C71 Euf-t .South Tem
ple. Addinv-'es were delivered by "Judge
J. Y. McKinn-.v. Mis. Isabclle Kcnner,
Mrs. Aliee Met nil Home. John I". Tobin
and Many l". l.tind.
.Musi'. Was tiirnished b Miss rioinnci:
Loeke, .Miss .Maud Kennr and the Wilson
quartette, and refreshments were served
at the c!o.-:e of the speech-making by
Mra. V. 11. King, assisted by Mrc. Sarah
U. ClaMon and Mrs, Tom 1. Pill
Smoot Organ Flayed.
dud',": McKinney. uftcr speaking upon
ualional sunt itato issues :t some length,
Hgalii paid his rcspceta to the Smoot or
gan in the following matins.
I notice another -repetition in this
moiniriff'a lsne. of the Iletaid-Rcpub-Hoan
or i!i falfchoods Whli-h I hut
journal has been ho assiduously ei
eubitins coneernini; the position of
Governor Wilson on the labor iiuex
tlon. I refer particularly to, lhe.
.statement alleged to havu b-.-cii irfaoj .
bv ulic Pa.rt.'e. of Los "Angeles, which ,
lias been denied time and time .ajpiln.
.nd wlik-h statement lias not a sein
llija of evidence to suppoi w ,t ui'iinJ
the Irresponsible ashortiou or Mr.
Parke. Tvho, no doubt, luta sonic nl
teilor motive. .
In its isi;c or October 10. 101'.', the
Merald-ftcpublk-an said that it was
only fair to 'Mr. Wilson to st.u- that
he had denied making suoli :i remark
(the remark about the children of the
poor doing the dirty work ' or "the
world) and ih denial must be ac
ecptcd. Calls It Falsehood.
And yet. the 1 1era!d-nupub!lc;ni has
letluru on Its frontpage atter. having
iisolf said that' K Governor Wilson's
denial must be accepted, no doubt in
tendliic: to prejudice the mind; of
those who are uninformed as to tiio
great work done by Governor Wilson
in New Jersey In behalf of labor.
Such unfairness should be stefnlv
rebuked by Ihose whom ft Is thin
sought to mislead. Governor Wilson's
labor record has not 'only boon f-u-dorsed
by iiu: Slate Federation of
Lalnir of "N'cw Jersey, but bv thi
labor onsaiiizalions of the stiite of
.N'cw Vork, and his pplandld .record in
belialf of labor entitles him to its
support i luoughout the whole United
Mrs. Kenner Talks.
Mrs. Isabclle Kcnncr. one of the candi
dates for th legielature, spoke of the
many needed reforms in this scale and
ssi id the women should see to it that
women were elected to the legislature
where they would do good service in
aiding to bring about needed legisla
tion. Mrs. Allen Men ill' Home, also a caudi
dsle for the legislature, answered the
criticism to the effect that Governor Wil
son was not the proper man to be presi
dent, because he had been a school teach
er. Mr.". Morne paid u hlgh tribute to the
Democratic nominee and referred to the
fact that he had worked his wax- up in
the world and knew what it was'lo earn
k living, whereas both Mr. Roosevelt and
Mr. Tafi had always b'een of independent
.lohn V. Tobin. candidate for cltv judge,
said the Democrat? in congress had kept
every pledge made in the platform of 130S.
.whereas the Republicans had failed to
eatry oit the promises which made the
election of Taft possible. Thy speaker
also called attention to the manv -measures
passfd in 'ew Jersey since Mr. WH
fion Iras been governor, which favored la
boring men and' woinen. '
Henry C. faino, candidate for eounly
attorney, said the people were determined
to take the government into their own
hands, that they had been dcclvpd long
enough and would show by tholr vote
that they had lost faith in the Republican
Wilson day will be celebrated b the
Democrats In all parts of Iftali today. An
address will be sent "by wire by Governor
Wilson to every county and precinct, in
the United Slates and this will be road
at each of the meetings to bo held.
Plans have been made by Utah Demo
crats for rallies 'in' almost every town
and vlllace. in the state.
A bis Wilson day tally will be. held at
the Salt Lake theater. Judge James H.
Moyle will preside. Urighani II. Roberts,
Tillman D. Johnson. Democratic candi
date for congress, and M. E. Wilson, un
til recently a Republican, will make ad
dresses. A. band and orchestra and two
quartettes will furnish music. Governor
"Wilson's addrcsB will -be read. Arrange
ments are being made by the Democrat
to provide extra scats in the theater so
that an enormous crowd may he. accom
modated. C. L. Olson. Ray Van Colt and Simon
Bamberger will speak at the Wilson meet
ing tonight at West Jordan; Charl&s
Kngland and others at Jliller ward; T.
c.. Thorsen and Simon Rambergcr at j
Mldvalc; Dr. Joseph V Merrill and John
Halvorpen at Draper and Winder ware;!
O. II. Islaub and Mi. O. FT. Groahell at
HolHday. and W. G. Farrell. D. W. Mof
fett .and C. Jl. Carlquist at Crescent.
Among the Democrats who will be Wil
son day orators in various points In the
ytate outside of this county tonight ar:
Judge O, W. Powers at Richllcld: Will
Ray at American Pork: Judge W. JT. I
King at Ogden: S. A. King and A. R.
Klnc at Moigan; V. B. Stephens and J.
S, Chr;.Klmsen at Tooele: J. W. String
fe'.low and Stephen I- Richards at Paj-1
ami; I. J. Muir. R. O. TSi-ans and .r. l.
Skeen at Coalville: Frank K. N'cbckor at!
Smlthfitld: J. A. Barbee at Bphraiin' .7
W. x. Whitccotton at Gunnteon, and !
MathojUhali Thomas at Pleasant Grove.
Funeral of Mrs Parker.
I'uneral seiylecs for Mr. Mary Ann
Pailter, 77 yars of age. wife of Robert
W. Parker of. 450 Elm avenue, were beM
at the Phiillps Congregational chnreh at
"::i0 p- m. yesterday. The seiwlcs were
eondnctcl jointly by the Rev, p .
SImpkin and the Rev. D. R Scott, who
was the family rastor of th Parkers In
Nova Scotia, nearly fifty years ago.
Miss Georgina RobnrtNon sang ".le-'us.
Lover of My .Soul."' "Nearer. Mv God. to
Then" and "Sleep on. Tleloved," lnt.-r-ment
was In Mount Olivet cemetery.
Distinguished Catholic Pre
late, Before Continuing
Journey, Tours-the City. .
HEAR ORGAN REClTAL
Visits Catholic Schools and
Hospitals; Is Pleased Willi
After bo in k entertained about ''the
city durinir the day. Cardinal Karley
And bis party' left in their special car
for Sau Francisco about -1:30 o'clock
yesterday a I'ternoon, going the
W.ct'tcru Pacific. J. Cr. Lowe, district
passenger . cut of tbo rond, accom
panied the party as escort.
At !) o-'elock yesterday murmur; tbo
cardinal eclcbriitud mass at tJt. Mary's
cathedral. Tbo . fiov. lidmuml
Dnupc, bishop of I'eoria, 111,, and a
member of tbc visiting party, cele
brated mass at 7:1)0 o'clock. Spocial
music was rendered at the cardinal's
mass by tbc cathedral choir.
Guest of Bishop.
Following tbe mass. Cardinal Farley
and bis secretary, Mousi,t;iior Lewis,
were tbe quests ot fJieho ) Laurence
ficanlau at breakfast in the bishop's
residence. At IL o'clock the' cardinal,
accoinpauied bv hiy party,. Senator
"Koarns. William II. Lcary nud others,
went lo the tabernacle where Assistant
Organist l'idwin T. Kimball rendered a
special orizan recital, arranged bv the
first presidency of tbc Mormon church.
The programme follows:
'"Religious March on TlienH'?.". from
Solo. '"Hosnnnah". Granicr
(a) "'Minuet" Rpcherln
fb) "Sprlna Sonc;" : Wilkin
Co) "An Old Melody,". "Lead Kindly
First movement from "Sonata in 1:5
At the conclusion of the" recital' the
entire party remained nearly half an
hour while Organist Kimball explained
in detail tbe workings' of the. organ.
The (.ardinal manifested great inter
cut, asking fpiostooi. and comment ng
upon the expJauatons made.
Takes Long Auto Ride.
An automobile Tide about the city
followed tbe roeital. Tbc partv visited j
tbc various Catholic institutions of thei
city while on the trip, including
Cross hospital, Judge. Mercy hospital.
All Hallows college and St. Mary's)
At St. Anne's orphanage an address
of welcome was made to the cardinal
by oue of the children and responded
to bv the cardinal in kindly greetings
to the little orphans. At All Hallows
t.hc college band grcotod the cradiiml
and au address of welcome was also
made. The cardinal responded iu a
At 1:30 o'clock the cardinal and his
partv, in cotiipanv with Scnat6r .Reams.
Yvllfiam- IT. Leafy. T. J. O'Rrica and
other prominent Catholics, lunched in
the main dining room at the. Hotel
Before leavins Cardinal Farley said
that his brief visit, here had boon full
of pleasant surprises and tbat lie would
earrv away a warm spot in his heart
for Salt Lake Oily. Ho said that, the
growth and progress of tbe city were
astounding and almost ineonccivablo to
bim. . Ho said thai ho beheld with pride
and pleasure tbe progress the Catholics
'baTo made here and tbat he had no
idea of the grand earn and magnificence
of the new cathedral,
Why Troops Escorted.
Some comment was madn yesterday
as to the source of the request, made
for the appearance in t.bj parado of
the Twentieth iufautry. ), 11. MeGur
riu. in charge of the entertainment
of tuc cardinal, stated that he went to
Senator IJ eed Smoot. and asked if it
would he possible to have the regulars
escort the visitor. He garp as his rea
son the fact that it was a matter of
civic, pride iuasmucb as a garrison of
United States regulars had participated
in the parade which was given in Car
dinal Farley's honor when he returned
from TJomc after his elevation to the
college of cardinals, and that he
thought that. Salt Lake should not he
outdone in the matter of welcoming the
Senator Smoot called Colonel .1. A.
frous. in command at Fort; Douglas,
and asked as to tbo authority needed,
according to Mr. McGnrrin. f'oloucl
Irons informed .the senntor tbat au
thority ought to be. given him from the
headquarters of the western division in
San Francisco. Senator Smoot imme
diately wired a request to General
Murray at. Snn Francisco, asking that
the rccimcut be authorized to turn out.
Late vV"cdnosdoy night; authorization
cmnc to Colonel Trons and a telegram
from General Murray informing Sena
tor Smoot that word had. been sent to
Colonel Irons. A number of elergy
mon in the city yesterday voiced pro
teats against the appearance of federal
tro.op.i in a demonstration to a church
EXPLAINS MISTAKE !
, IN 'DEATH REPORT!
The curious inlstake through whMi t'.i"
death of Hugh L. Woods, the Oregon !
.Short Line brakenian killed" at Wheelon.
Thursday, was given out as the death of!
L W. Gole was somewhat further ex-;
plained last night by W. L. Woods, father ',
of the unfortunate younjr man. j
"Ah far a.s T know, niy sn had hern
friendly with a man named Cole, with!
Whom he worked in Colorado some time
ago.' said Mr. Woods. "I understand !
that he died, and my son gnt lil card
among some letters belonging to his
BIRTHS MORE THAN j
DOUBLE THE DEATHS j
Births, dining tli month of October,
more than doubled the number of deaths,
according lo the monthly report Issued
by tli board of health. The total num
ber of deaths was 101. while the blrthp
numbered 200. Of the births. 10 were
males and ton females. Of the death
66 wcro males and 3S females.
Conlaglou;.' disease; were rcnorfrd uh
follows; Smallpox. r4: pcarlct fever io
diphtheria. 0: measles, ISO: pinaf men
ingitis ?.: tvphold fever. ; ..e'.e.ker,nft
10: mumps. This make a torn I of T(
caKes uf contagious and infection dix-
EI WEEPS AS
HE TELLSJS STORY
'Slayer of Thomas H. McGillis
. Breaks .Down While De
scribing the Tragedy.
FORGETS MANY POINTS
Swears Man He Shol Said
"I'll Kill You," and Put
'Hand to Hip. ,
At a session replete with dramatic In
cidents yesterday afternoon. Alfred So:'
enscn. ehargctl with, murdering Thomas
H. McGDUp. testified that before the
shoollnc: the man he slew reached to
liie hip pocket and .alt, "I'll kill you."
Thi.-5 was corroborated hy Mi:?s lloife
McCall, employed In Sorcnen'.-j joweljy
store. The accused also testified that
neither of the deputy sheriffs. Ar;el
H. Steele or S. U Hedges, who Mild they
were eye-witnesses, entered the place un
til all rour bullets. were discharged.
Under a severe and ielenllc.s cross
e.san'inailon. Sorcnsen broke, down and
wept. us wire, sitting ne.ir her hus
bsnd'a attorney, also cried. A lew min
utes previously Mrs. Dlna .McGUIls,
mother of the dead inali, collapsed 5ind
sobbed aloud. Several of her women relative-',
broke into tears. Spectators also
gave vent to synipatbetii; grief a.nd for a
few moment disorder was threatened.
Mr.-. MeGillla wta Korne from she room,
however, and iuiet restored.
Under Cross Fire.
Th- e.-Jslon -.pGUcd with Sorensen on
I ho Htand. P. T. 1'arns worth. Jr.. J?
slmant district altorncv, irllllnt him as
to vcrv -detail the trncle event or
April T'.io defendant lestiflel tbat
he had boon told McGillis was a oad
man and had been driven out of 15er.
D. 13. Davis had Informed him :ht Mi
';illl? carried a revolver and was alw?.y
prepared for trouble. McGlllta "lad tld
Soren-icn himself, according to the tftl
mony, of the revolver and of beln-r pre
pared. The y.'itness said 'it hers had t ld
him- of. the. nian's reputation for altaac
Jng. hi. enemies with "guns and knive.
'He's lying alniut nly boy," cried Mrs.
McGillis. It was. then that the proceed
ing were interrupted. The aged woman
fainted. Mr. Farnsworth, kept busy pour,
ing water, was unable to .continue the
examination. At llie resumption, the
prosecutor asked: .
"Did you ever hear that -.McGilllj shot
at anyone'.'" ; - '
"Did von ever hear ibout him hitting
"I. read. In the paper' about a right he
had." . .
"Did you ever hear that Tommy lj
Glllia harmed a hair or anyone'."
After a dlsuu'idon a.; to the cuni
perency of "he rjucstion, Sovenecn
aiirfwered In the' negative.
"Then, were you afraid of him'.'"
Denies Being Afraid;
"I itn not afraid of " any man In the
"But yon said you were in mortal ter
ror, thai you feared he would kill you.
Are you afraid of anybody."'
"Yes. there are some men of whom t
nilghl he afraid."
Witnen? explained lhat what h'i r'teant
way when McGillis reached, apparently
for a revolver, lie was "afraid of being
It was contended by the flefcn.'o that
tii door ihrough which Steele and Ilederes
entered closed au'toma.t'vfnlly by a oprlnK.
Sorcnaen had tetlflcd that the door was!
closed when the shooting occurred.- Un-
dcr the e'acllng nnellons of the prose- i
cution he finally admitted It might Pave
been open,-although usually It hsd tn hej
hooked back lo prevent closing. TWs
wfP later corroborated by Miss Me.Call. j
The defense introduced this testimony lo
eontroveft that of Steele and TIclires. who
snld the door remained open when Steel?
pushed It back. Sorenscn had testified
tnat tho deputle.'' diil not enter until after
the la3i shot was fired. To I'amsworth
he eventually agreed that they might
have been standing in the open doorway
when thn killlnp began. Tie would not
bo positive. TTere the prosecutor at
ternped to have Sorciirfon re-enact the
scene In tho Jewelry store to illustrate
his alory of defcpFc. . .
In Fear of Death.
"Describe McGillls's attitude juet be
fore the first shot was fired."
"T-To had his right hand on his hip
pocket like this (rising and domonslrat
itig to the Jury) and his left hand was on
the showcase. He srtd, 'I'll j.hool you;
I'll kill you.'-"
"Where, waa he and what was his -attitude
w'nn the second ahot was fired'.'"
' "I don't know. When T though: he
was gulncr to kill mo. 1 began firing and
kept on shooting rapidly."
"Snow tiie jury exactly the position of
hi? left hand when he threatened von."
After several futile efforts the wllne
said he could not rem ember the poailion
of the left hand.
"How was McGIHn? standing when the
second shot wa fired?"
" r don't hardly know, I flre.l ?o fa.-t.
The only thing T had iu mind, wan that
a man was drawing a gun on me and I
had to protect myse'r."
Sorensen said Miss MeCalJ wna at hits
sldo berore the rirat shot, that it was
h who cried to 7fcGillls "Oon't shoot!"
He denied that McGillis begped for mercv
or ?alri. "For God nake. don't shoot'"
j Steele nnd Medg had quoted TUcGillis
las uttering thirt oyelanwtion. Vltnea.s did
not know where Miss Mefall was wnen
lib? shooting bewail or exaetly when she
disappcar&l. T-fe. thougnt she w:is still
' there when he reached for his revolver
unnnr the wcrkiieneh.
"Where was fc-Gllllf; when tho nccond ;
1 sliot waa fired?' tiucried tho prosecutor;
"I don't now," '. I
"Where was he when Steele and l-Tcages
i "Lying on the floor in the rear oi th 1
"Were jnu so t-'-rror-sltleljeji non; Hi. :
itirnc the first shot was fired until the.-i
entered that between thoiie periods your I
mind was a perfect Man!;?" j
i liventuallv Soren.uen said McGillis v.-as
I in front of the npner showcase wh:n (lie i
Ifiocond ."hot wa3 fired. He. could not say J
Memory Is Poor.
"Where was he when the third was !
"I don't know." i
"The fourth?" , ' '
"I don't l:now." ' I
"Did he still have hi. hand to 'his hip
pocket when you fired the. second phot?"
"I would not awcar to that."
"When did this fee'.lns: of terror over
"When he reached to his hip pocket."
"Dtd you shoot that man standing face
to face or did you shoot him in the back?"
"I couldn't nay."
"When you fired tho third, were you
aiming nt Ida back?"
"I coiddn't nay."
"When you fired the fotitth was he
;.vinc down, stretched out upon th
floor"' . '
"Why-Iti your memory o clear up to
the lluic the first shot waa fired but an
WILL MEET TONIGHT
May .Definitely -Decide
Whether to Seek- Re-Em- -ploymenl.
at Mines... '
Bingham members of the Western Fed
eration ;ff Miners will hold a meeting in
'that mining camp tonight, when It 'will
; probably be definitely dcidtd whether to
(seek re-employment from the mine own
ers or hold out longer In ills Nii P'C
o'r'. th-i week Indications weie thai the
men Intended to return hi a body. ... P
.VicholHon, (.xeeiitivc boa id menioer of
the International Association of Macnln
Isls. had a phn that he thought might
tesult In a settlement. Lately, however.
ldnior.H of peace bnve -Tien .scarce.
Meanwhile the L'tah t'opper and other
companies continue lo unerale. not with
normal forces, but with sufficient new
men and former vinployec-K. who have
abandoned thi strike, to produce. conMd
crablc ore. ' O. C. Jackling. vlet-ins;dcnt
! and general maiiager of the Utah Cop
Piii. e.pfets tbe mine- owned by cor
poration tu be tn a Jiormal condition nct
On-i luitiilied and fifty .Me-ivan strike
breakers are expected -to arrive In r.lus
h.ani today and o to ,ork on the Ulan
Copper mine. Tlic-y will come Tiom .Los
Ancelcs. Sixty-fiv Greeks, formerly cm
ployed at the Garricld .-mcltei s, wenl to
Bingham on I he morning train yeslcidav
and began work al the Utah f'opper
mine. Outxidc o! thl.s nothing of lin
IKntar.cc entered the 'strike tituatlon yes-terday.-
Many Greeks, who have been occupying
the shackM heloni;ing to the L'lai Cop
pei company at C.'inghmn. vacated their
former home.'- v,-Kterday. The shacks are
bcitni filled with the new laborers, many
of whom a! Mexicans'. i' K. Ma honey,
ice-pieiildcnt or the Wcsieiti Federation
of Miners, canu lo Salt Lake Inst night
and said that he would return lo King'
ham today He yaid there was nothing
new in the situation.
GREEK RED CROSS IS
American Committee -of the
Society Issues Open Let
ter, to Public.
The American committee of the Greek
Tied Cross jjoeiety has senl out an -open
letter to the sympathizer of the Greeks
who are at war with Turkey, a.sKlng lhat
they conliibute to the work of the so
elcly in raieeorlng the wounded in the
conflict. riic" letter, which lifts been
sent to lite newjipnpcis of the country Tor
puollcatlen, follows: .
Dear Sir or .Madam: With the
commencement of hostilities between
recce nnd Turkey the demands
upon tho Greek Bed Gross, heavllv
taxed alteady by the general mobilf-j-ation
of the army, are daiiv grow
ing larger and the poelety Is' becom
ing dependent to a very sreat extent
upon the alii of those who sympa
ihk'.c with the sufferers in this In
At the request of the governlnc
oofly of the Greek Red CrOs lii
Alhcri!?. we, make an earnest appeal
to tne generosity of the people of the
J nlted States to send us conliibu
tlons lo enable us to strengihen the
important and arduous labors of the
P.ed Cross nd to atsnti. its continu
ance. Small or large sums viij be
equally thankfullv reecived. Even
dollar helps, livery contribution will
he acknowledged by our treasurer,
A- P- BalH, cue Balll i.r...... IO
U llllam street. lnw York eitv.- io
whom kind -subsciibcis to our 'fund
are rcTJcutcd to forward their rc.
mittance. Yours respect f nil v,
1 .N". I "OTA SSI.
C'oiihul-Geiieial nf Greece. Chairman.
C. V A 1 'A M I ( 1 1 A LO POl rLOS,
'?.fanager Patihellcnic Union.)
A. P. BALL,
i Treasurer and Secretary of Com.
I HIGH SCHOOL DANCE
. BRILLIANT SUCCESS
The senior class of the Salt Lake hich
senool held the annual class dance in fhe
oalon sym last evening. The decora
tions were the most, elaborate ever at
tempted by the local school, bclnc Jap
anese throughout. Bows of 1amern
suspended over light elobe.g illuminated
ln z: and rrom . these were truntr
paper-ehrysaiuifcmuniE. The far" corner
ol the hall whs .?ei off as a promenade
by a lattice-work, also covered with vel
low flowers. Her- puneh was served' by
pins, dressed In-Japanese costumes. Tlie
dan.o pi-irammes wero in . cover of
brown, with .dc-iRn - of. gold, and the
cla ! tin me in tcttern r'caembllng oricntai
One hundred and fort couple- at
tended the donee, filling the house tu
capacity. The patrons of the danc" x-ere
Principal and Mrs. Georce A. Fatoii.' Mr
and Mrs. Ira l.. Tr;?.is. Miss Maxwell.
Miss Stuart. Miss flukes. Mr. and Mrs
Jcnn'viK.--, Mr. and Mrs. Waldron and MIs.C
abEOlute blank between' the first and
"All T know Is I thought he was coin
to kill me," faltered the accused man.
"You weren't hurt'.'"
".Vo, thank God."
"Why do von wef-p then'.' It was Mc
Gillis who was d.iot down
, V.-'V1 T J?ave. .to ,liv" 01' l? m' familv, my
chlMren, soooed Sorensen.
rel. whm you wero arrested why did
you remain sclent, whv did vou not say
you I;Iiled him In self-defense''."'
"I don't know." ho answered, win'n-j
eway his teflrs.
"Yon knov.- Sheriff Sharp'.'"
""Why didn't you toll him?
"He didn't o.?k me."
"Hut why not tell hlni' anyhow?"
"II did nol occur io' nie."
'Girl Describes Shooting.
! Mis:j McCall took the stand. She ror
i reboiKterJ Sorcnfep ns to the anrine'Vi
the door and other details. ?he Qni
When MeGlllis came jnlo sl0
for Jus lanndr he fairlv ticreamed"
He was in a terrlie race. .., , '
laundry here and I want ft!" ho yelled
at Mrs. Taufrer. who wnt back to
get it for him. -Meanwhile ho kent
aar-lnc to Mr Sorenfien. "You'll nir
.or this: you'll suffer for th3." Vje
srraboed hold of a clock and gritted '
his teeth. Tie cursed Mr. Sorer sen
and said. "Vou Soclaltcts can run the
town, but you can't run tan' Vi
tan up to Mr. Sorensen. irrlttln hia
teeth and saying. "l'l fix you: ?oi?'U
nay for this. 1 on know what "l'f do''
I'll shoot you: I'll kill vou'" . Willi
! tnot he reached for his hip pocket
and I run back Into the laundrv office'
I hen T heard the shots, r oannot mv
bow many, they were fJred so rat r
v;as Rolng through the doorwav In th
rear wnen the last shot was tired. I
though:. Mr. Sorensen h:ul be(.n sho
and not. Mr. MGUIis. I did not 1
i Steele nnd Hedscs enter, but siw Ihtm
for the tlrst tiriio after the ahiotln?
nS.,ing.aii!JO,'n,C,i ,,nlil, V'ock this
FAME OF SALT LAKE
Striking Instance of Regard
in Which City Is Held.
-"alt Lake's reputation as the city
beautiful as" well as the coming commer
cial mhtropoUr, of the wes; I bc-con:ln
wIdo.-pVc;o-l. yc-cordlng to J. Hulloran
of the Ilalloran-Judgt Tru I company,
who rcturh'cj" from the Pncltle eoaal yes
tcrda7 after an flb!;o-.icc of two weeK?.
j an iiisun-.-e of the city 3 am ior
beaut-- .Mr. Halloran told the following
ineldcni. which occurred In the looby of
the Alexandria hotel In Los Angeles laat
""V'parLv of us. Including several visi
tor In town, a number of promlnonl Los.
Aimele? buMlnca- men and a woaltnyi
Italian baul:cr, were dlseussirig tne varl ,
ou.s cities we had ilte-J." :ald Mr.
TIalloran. "Someone jked the Italian
hanker, who had traveled the world over,
which he considered the iimiit beautiful,
eftv. Th Italian answered Immediately
that he believed Salt. Lake. City, Utah, lo
be the.rnost boautiful. most attractive and
the cleanest city it had ever been his
pleasure- lo stop in. Xext to Salt Lake,
he s-ald he preferred W-auhlngto.n. l-. C.
so far aa beanly goes. ...
"Half the party agreed wiTh him. SO
It Is wherevor one goes theae days.
! Kveryone has heard of Suit Lake and
tho'-e who do-not .speak of it as a city
destined lo become the sreat Inland com
nierelal ccntet- have something to aay of
Its beauty." '
Mr. I-fa'.loran fopnd. by comparison with
Pacific coast cities, that Salt Lake ia en
Jovlng a broader activity than hi com
mon to. that territory. He predicts that
after election the city will experience a
period or business prisress and p:ox
perity surpassing, any period for a. num
ber of years past.
I-'. D. Wincgsr. oily electrician.- yes
terday filod with the city eommIilon.rs
his monthly repmt for the month of Octo
her. The report shows a total of HO
permits to have been Issued, of which tt
were for additions and repair. -nut lo
Tor new installations In addition, 1
places were located whore work has been
done without permits.
A totat or 017 regular and. 07 special
inspections were made by the. depart
ment md In -'6 places wiring Y-'af" found
to be defective ami changes required.
The fr.ca of the office for the. month
aggregated ?"Jlf'.05. and the total expense
of the department,' Including all salaries,
SHEEPWERDER- SAYS' .
LABORER ROBBED HIM'
C, F. MUlcr. a laborer, and It.- TJ. Smith,
a beep herder, were ari.-sted on Com
mercial street last night. On. the com
plaint of Smith. MiP.er was -liarge7lMdth
robbery. Tho two jufcn disagreed af- to
the' owners.lp of a red cotton handker
chief 'found on Miller. Tlfd In the hand
kerchief whs S5:'i - Smith alleged that
the parcel had been stolcji from him
by Miller during their evening's meandcr
Ings aliout the town. Smith w?.s held on
a cliarge of drunkehnes.
. tock Sho-flf Plana.
Plans for the eighth annual National
Stock "shov.-. which will be held In Den
ver January 20 to 23. inclusive, are under
way. Two important addition.-? will be
made to the regular exhibition features
at the comina show. A new department
of industrial 'exhibits will be opened and
the old feed and forage sections will be
enlarged to include all farm crops and
will be called the agricultural section.
Thirty thousand dollars will be oirered in
prir.c money- for the variouti exhibits.
CITY AND VICINITY
ROBERT MOORE, keev.er of . a chili
parlor west of the Oregon Shorl Line
viaduct, pleaded guilty to unlawful aale
of liquor before Justice F. M. ItJshop yes
terday and was sentenced .to pay a fine,
of $50. Moore declared thM.- he had not
sold , the liquor, but preferred to plead
guilty rather than nlar.d tiie expense of
fightinc the casi.
ANNOUNCEMENT was made last night
by the management of Arlon hall that
tho difference? which have existed, be
tween rbo Musicians union and the own
ers of the hull had beep adjusted and
that hereafter union musicians only would
be. employed to furnish music for the
COMPLAINT WAS issued yesterday bv
the county attorney's officii charging
Robert Shanley and George Bennett with
burglary In the second degree. The men
are alleged to have broken Into a box car
in the yards of the Denver & P.io Grando
railroad on the night of Octobor ?S.
,.'9UT P respect to tbc late James
Schoolcraft Sherman, vice president of
the United States, the federal offices in
the city will be elosfd all da.v todfv.
u ord ha bi?:n received by the. .officials
hero :iom the vailous departments' in
Washington ordering them !o close.
CHARLES WILLIAMS j: charced with
bursltirv in the second degree in. a. com
plaint issued yesterday by the countv at
torney. Ho is ailegod to have entered r.
enicken coop belonplng jo .1 p." Mc--fSrjde.
775 -West KiwC South street." on
A. FISHER, doinp biiiiness as the V.
r.lsher. Wrewiuc company, yestenlav fikd
Mult in the Third dWret eoUrt a'calnst
Andrew -Pnppn George Iappas and Nick
AJexauuer tor the vceovsr' of f'MI US al
leged to be due on an old 'judgWnt'
V.. W. PAINE. United States food and
dni inspector lor this district, left last
nlglu for ftan Francisco on official bunl
icss In c-onnection with his department.
J-Ie. expects to bo gone si tout a. v.eek.
, rTHE. SIGMA CHI fraternity, composed
of active students nt the sl3(? m ,v; "
sSty and members of the Alumni ausocla
aon gave Us regii'ar raonthlv luncheon
at the -Commercial club Yesterday
th.t,NT, WAS--"' yesterday by
tne count;- o.ttorneys oftu-e chiirsriiip
Kenneth; Martin and Mrs l Martin vHh
selMnkc.uor without a license, throug
ui-s. k.. i... bohllvcrs, tne.'r f.c,.jit.
THE REV. m. C. SMITH. "a prominent
Lutherun ndp.iMuv 0r St. Paul wl o h vi
i.oAlrB? ,Wiy ioiorrow
thAlff VI ?f ? rnemorv of
man K r-rca.dent .lames s. Siioi-
. SH,T -f.9R 'ivO!'Ce..wa.? filed veUerdav
tn the Third dKlrict eurt by '.h,! r
,de:,d acAlnst William H. Mead "llorfn-non-support
and desertion. 'legin
MYRTLE CLARK suit for divorce
ngalimt Mtut DoW hutig t
MR. AND MRS. G. A. SMITH are V
dutiec ycaterday t li)e fro d-partireSr
CONTRACTOR T. J EVER i k
ntli aontli street storm sewer.
. I he shJc ot handicraft at, Hotel Utah
in cJj:ii'e ot theWclle-ley alu'mnao will
continue- today irom .10 a. m. (o0 p. m.
BIG MUSIC HivA
Joseph P. McScalh J
Concern Has Mafife
Stores and Bi?
.Anuouocciiieot tras -,a '"mwt
by tbc official, or tbe cZJB
sic company .that thc
concern .had changed bM'
tbe conaUnimnHon of a .uV'jE
rcsultod In tbc elctti0n , K
-Nffioath as president of (19
Besides Mr. Mdgcatb, RoTatf'
Willard T. Cannon, Dr'h sHf1
end A. B. rrrincarcnaaci'Rj
Colonel X w. Ulayton, JK
or thc Snu;,C. V. cinvio, SBi
retarv. and Ashby Snow SB?
lor. rwigned .their Joi&Rc
rectors' meet tiz vcitcrdifrjB
the change of eontrol S
and A. B. Irviue va3 IZMO
the vacancy m th0 diwtMg1!
McCormick will eontS'"1
ot the company, and Mr timmtt
continue as jcucral niTi3mmW
Has Big Business, WB,
The vonccrn doCs an-nxteiK"
ncs in toe intermou'niain' mWul
intr nraiicb stores in the tftfMs
or t tab and Idaho, h iS'isi
at .$'500,000. It is undcoojWll
new owners will estd ih
or the comnau;- still fnrug'-M; ,
sohdatcd usic conipany h -IBM11
pioneer music houses in ilFF.
havms originally been tbe
dcr tions company, which 'HjdEfi t
the CIa3'ton iusie cODipaovRt'A
in turn was combincil -ritirtiiWil
Music company. Later 'mMW'
concerns were absorbed llolillKS
present chaU-:fC'1 t0 the iE5'
Tu addition to tho pioK
by the C6ropany. it cdntrolj littB1
able agencies and has odMW: T
est music stores in the lrorBL
injr recital ball seatiojt BTf
Tt occupie? three stories iJdlli
ment. of tbc building at
First South street, civitij- tHf
more than "jO.0'00 fofit of flxiM
Clayton Appreciated 'JB
Until yestcrdav tie toJlttB"'
eomp.uty wad owijod by C!iS
Clayton and' bis aocialtt?Rjt'
oral years past Colonel iflBFTi
been president 0t the eompttHWli
P. Mcare;ith, n'te prcsidetHiri
Clayton, secretary, nnd -C-SB11
nick, treasurer. Thejc. fK.
Snow. Charles S. Burton ujHL"
Snow have constituted tk4bHF '
of the company. iafcL.
The first act or the sctrMP
dtroctor? wa? to pa?s a tuAH'."
dcrlnrr tbe thanks or tBe t-Hrg
Colflnol C'laytou for bl? nl
ices, and be was pro.'tiitcd'Tij&t
.nificcnt autortiatic Solo-ipaB
piano a? a tolsen of apprfjK''1
hi? services and of the JuV'
in' which he is held by tieBte'n
Funeral senic for ojBttti
Forphec, TT yMars of (ic ivVC-, (
well-1-nown sheen and "'"''fei.
this stale, who died In thi wMg-S
were held at the im&lljMVa
O'DonneM & Co. ye?terday
Thc Tlev. E. 1. Goshen ccJHjp o. i
pciwlee? and preached thefKWi
Many easly acfpialntanres of KM, y
were hi atienduiice. "Some J'sjdBt.'nn
t'nderslanil" ail" "Shall w 'P -1 ;
vnd the Tllver" were ud5 VKl.liii
tette led bv Oscar KlrlthiQ i
Tho pallbearers were "'MmL.
David Robblns. Charlea '2i .'
Q?cnr Gro5hell. Dantd JWmvEt
dear F. Tlunter. Intcrmtnt '"1,
Olivet cemetery. Jjmr
Following the rr?ulsr W-
con or the fait Lake vWJSKj
elation at the CommercJal
afternoon, the mmbe ;tBr
the new Firtoentti R't V' g
cuc'Pta of GecrKe M. pnnoit.Btjy
to the end of the luw -!MW.
of the afternoon ir.spciW lByi
Ruburhi'n properties "'V.-Mfli'fe
vastly benefited hy.tne
new line. Regular 5 lrSiBy )T
aujniratcd and will 1)6 "K'M
LURED TO ROBBEJBK)
BY SUPPOSED W
W. J. llanlels, a ""f'-iHft'
pravhi" al the F!k? hotel
fold t he police rw.A'Mr
robing ..T!, DanSH
'The atlaSc "LdR
between West WWM
s. after the victim '
the, place by & "c rrH
fdeiatc of two tliussm
HAS NARROW ESMl
PROM STRA M
"Zlpp-spat" came a (JHHl
window and into ,"fTI?
loom at the hotii o .
v7e,l-dav ttStMflr.rrv7e5t W'K
out' of atiis "wlS'Pk
the ' juvenile- iicj-M
sciL2iotht l'uhAc0 inoK'