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mm fHE SALT lAKB TRIBUNE, SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 2, 1912. M'
Si i 1 OGDEN DEPARTMENT
jfjif OFFICE 2563 WASHINGTON AVENUE. PHONE 66.
ilitiUnl Office Hours 6 a, bb. to 10:30 a. tn.: 3 p, n, to 3 &
II IJMR1G1G FOR
Mm Pror- Fred vv- Reynolds Con
mM. ' feis with den Scho1
jHOflW Spcdal to The Tribune
9R9ff OGPKN. Nov,. 1 Prof. Kred W. Key-
nffli nolde, one of the instructors In English
BBii 'lt lh! L"",Vun,lt' r Utah, spent the day
UnHuH ,t,,,s l;lt-v fov tlc Purpose or Imv.stl-
Ml ISm titip the Junior hljjii .school svstcm In
86! M9 operation here and uls0 to confer' with the
mi lara I'mcI.-ilH ot the i;ui, Kdueational anaoola-
Hiffl ,'on- university professor was much
EnltSS J'ln-fcfl with his visits to the three juve
nile hlfjh schools and tne Ogden high
With President John 31. .Mills and i?oo
retnry Jv Williams, Professor Ucynolds
went over the programme for the minimi
meeting of the L'tah ISdueallonal aysoc'u
tlon, which will he held in Salt 1-akc
November 2" to -T, Inclusive, will
have charge of the printing of the official
programme In the ISdneatlonal Jlovlow. a
publication Issued under the auspices of
Superintendent .Mills, who Is president
of the association. announced today that
P. P. Clnvtou, I'nltcd Slates commission"!
of schools, and Superintendent H.
Francis of the 1..os .Miceles city schools,
would be two of the principal speakers
At the rcncral .sessions of the convention
In addition to six general sessions there
will be two meetings in c:ieh of the eleven
divisions, during the three days.
The l'tah branch of the International
School Peace league will be organized
during this meeting or the teacher. An
annual appropriation of 5100 for the work
In Utah has been announced by (he na
tional officers of the International Peace
Case Ls Continued.
Special to The Tribune.
OGD10N. N"ov. 1. Another continuance
was granted by Judge X. J Harris todav
. when l he attorneys for the Western Meat
O'npany failed to appeal to CMgi'c a mo
tion for a new trial, The plaintiff is C
M. Hew son and bin anoint.- bujci'tod
strenuously to the continuance. Judge
Harris bis piomlsed n verdict at the next
hearlnv. whether or not the attorney?
for the company are present.
TO CLOSE CAMPAIGN.
Weber Democrats and Progressives Will
Conclude Saturday Nlyht,
Special to The .Tribune.
00 DEN", Nov. 1. Saturday night .will
be a chn of much campaign oratory In
Wchor :oiinty. For the Democrats and
Progressives It will practically clone the
carnjralan- United States -Senator Oeorgc
Sutherland will -he the principal speaker
for the liepubllcans. ble first, address of
the day to be delivered before the mem
bers of the Ladles Republican club at
the Hudson avenue headquarters at P:M
o'clock. In connection with this meeting
there will be a programme of music and
refreshments will be served. In the even
ing Senator Sutherland will speak at ral-llc'-,
in North Ogden and Pleasant View.
The Progressives have arranged a the
ater meeting for tomorrow rvcnlnc. Judge
George V. Moyor will be the speaker, the
mooting to be held In the Ogden theater.
Judge J. K, Bagley. mndidiite for district
Judge, is also on the programme. At the
Progressive headquarters tomorrow af
ternoon the Rull Moosers will conduct a
social rally. Local candidates will be the
Judge William II. King of Salt Lake
is scheduled as the principal speaker for
the Democrats tomorrow night, lie wll"
speak at meetings in the Armory build-
' I Constipated? Co To Your Doctor
It is impossible to be well, simply impossible, if the boweis are consti
pated. Waste products, poisonous substances, must be removed
from the body at least once each day, or there will be trouble.
Ask your doctor about Ayer's Pills, gently laxative, all vegetable.
1 He knows why they act directly on the liver.
ing on Twcnty-rourth street and the Wilson-Marshall
club headquarters. Other
mectlngB may be arranged during the day.
WILSON IS FAVORITE.
Vote Taken In Ogden Schools: One Fa-
Special to The Tribune.
OGDI5N. Nov. i. Iudgln that the stu
dents voted as their parents will vote
next Tucsduy. the i:u)l Moosers derived
much Joy from the rceult of a straw
vote taken at the Ogden swb-hiRh school
because Colonel Roosevelt was an al
most two-lo-onc favorite among the
pupils. The student? of this school re
cjucsfd the ballot today after Governor
Wilson hail proven the favorite candi
date among the teachers of the schools.
The vote al lb" Junior high school was
as follows? Roosevelt. l'50; Wilson, 101:
Taft. G7; Pebs, 10. Using this as' a ratio
for the judging of all votes to be cast in
the city next Tuesday, t.ho Roosevelt sup
porters find 1000 votes for the co'onel. The
I teachers at the. same school voted like
I this: Roosevelt, 12: Wilson. ,Tafl. 4;
1 Debs. non.
Thin was otic of the four schools of
I Real Issues of the Campaign
II Borrowing Your Own IHoney and Paying
interest for It Bad Business for
HI Reasons Why the Prejudice and Patriotism of Taxpayers Are
In Being Overworked in This Campaign A System
III to Be Concealed
HH The semi-annual report of the State Auditor, published that, he favors a law compelling 'future" State Treasurers' to
SjuS in July of this year, showed two and one-half millions of obtain interest on this money.
Ujl dollars of state funds on hand. If the present system is satisfactory in making money
mm Part of this amount is in the custody of the State Laud for the Stale, why change?
II Board, upon M'hose official transactions the public has And, although the Governor tries to show that the pol-
BH sought for light in vain. icy of cjiarging the banks interest on public moneys they
jml Two Republican State Senates rejected these appointees use has not been satisfactory where tried, he nevertheless
Mm of Governor Spry, who calmly waited until the Legislature declares for the new plan.
1 adjourned and named them anyhow. Having proved that a system is 'bad, he approves of it.
IB Petitions and protests from all over the State have been Having stated that another system is good he rejects it.
II i5'cnt 10 & Excellency asking that other Republicans he We are told that hope for a change lies in the proposed
II named on that Board. But the Governor is as well satis- amendment t0 the State Constitution.
II fi wit-h the personell of the State Land Board as he is Section 17, Article 7, is to be amended so as to read as
II with ,thc State. Treasurer. . follows:
II '. -What is (nG State Land Board doing with the. million " "17. The Auditor shall be auditor of public accounts.
VI o dollars in its control? The State Treasurer has told us The public moneys shall .be deposited by the Treasurer, mi
ll lhat 1,is ot,lei' funds, amounting to a million and a half, are der the supervision of the Board of Examiners, and as'pj-o-l
on deposit in a few selected banks. vided by law."
HI c ackonwledges that one-third of the whole sum is on That is all there is t0 it. It provides for nothing ex
HH deposit in a bank in which he is an executive officer and cept the continued control of the State funds bv two'well
H tIrc Governor is a director. known bank officials.
NB Under the law the Stale Treasurer has no right to sue- ,o . Xft, . 7 D ,
! hilf. So Mr. Mattson will have to relinquish con- ,m c Cn9 Official Bonds
njl trol of the Slate funds. AVill he? lc latc "reasnrer sys he is at the mercy of the banks
W Not if the Republican State ticket is successful He is J-ecause "0 surety company will go his bond and he quotes
H ow :1 candidate for Secretary of State, and supporting .in K Ki"s aS yhls so'
H amendment to the State Constitution which proposes to . . a matter of fact Mr. King has not hesitated to so-
H leave the disposition of the State funds to the State Board hIlt heavier bonds, under the same State laws, but Avhere
H of Examiners. ' business methods arc followed.
H The State Board of Examiners is composed of the Gov- . He.seeured a bond for the City Treasurer of Salt' Lake
H ernor, Secretary, of State and Attorney General. City, Jngher than that of the State Treasurer.
IB -As an pFfieer in the bank in which the -Governor is a T,1G City Trc"surer squires interest on deposits. His
H director, the bank which has the free use of more bo"d 0StS nly 1'000 per yCar'
W 11la a half million of State dollars, he ouch I to have some T,1G Clt'V'S earninBs are not large because the surplus is
M influence with the State, Board of Examiners. sn,a1.1' but if thc eit-y hacl the -12.000,000 the State has on
H He and the Governor, both officials of this bank, ought ciePosit 't would be receiving $40,000 per year and the risk
mt to he able to secure a continuation of the valuable service f brondsnifen AV01lld not bc increased a penny's worth.
M which their bank has enjoyed in thc past. Tllc rjity Trcaswrer and the State Treasurer operate
Hi Al- 'cast, a majority of the State Board of Examiners exactly thc sanic lnw- and thc same moral obligation.
Hi should approve of any plan they suggest. Hftrc 1S what Manager "Wesley E. King, of the American
H But Hie voter wh0 imagines thaTthis proposed amend Surety Co. of New York, has written to City Treasurer Frank
H ment says one word about thc collection of interest from U".dci' clatc r ScPtcmbc1, 9- 1912
ba.nks is a fit subject for bunko work. "Tl Sives me a great deal of pleasure to advise you
H ' Th(i Proposed amendment doesn't mention interest or -hat "r Auditor' Ir- IL J- Douglas, advised me after co
Hi offer any other plan than the one now in force -ng throuSh y0lu' books ancl accounts, that, he found them
mi Rnnrln nnJ iU or littIc beitc1, sllaPc than tha' of ay other treasurer
W BOMS and the Bankers whose office he ever examined."
H '-r-nnC- H'e t0ld by StatG officia,s that bonds amounting to Tho State Treasurer's bond is $750,000.
HI i?.-JbO,000 were issued last year, although thc State Auditor's T,,c Ci,y Treasurer's bond is $800,000.
Wm report indicates that there must have been at least one Thc bond oC thc State Treasurer, on the lowest rate for
m perhaps two millions on hand when the bond issue was ihe moncy the banks for nothing,, costs the taxpayers
HI authorized. of thc State $40,000.00 per vear. '
m p T4h.eilIwhy shoulcl the. State bond and borrow $560,000 Ti,e bond oE tlle Ci' Treasurer, 'a surctv bond costs
mm irom the bankers? Is there any legitimate excuse for such ,hc laxPayer.s of the city $1,000 per year
mm nnanciemig? Under the proposed amendment, "under anv plan sue-
M mn ,V ,VDy CXCllSe' in factj savc lhat thc inkers (i'tc,d' how oan thc Stat Treasurer bc released from the
am wanted a little more state money? Let us see. Hitches of thc bankers?
MM . The banks which were using State funds purchased' . No amendment proposed, nor no law achocaled bv the
Tli01lfS'i , c governor and State Treasurer, changes the situation in the
H . i , " i k Stnle m011ey nd loaned t fhe State least 111 "ce to official bonds. If the Stale Treasurer
IB " .pff b0,;ds at 4 Pr oent PC1' annum. '. cannot give a surety bond now he connot under anv h-islat ion
Wm , , rhf Ullc borrowed its own money, and now pays the Proposed. '
H hanks per cent a year for the use of its own money. ' Moral Obligations Sufficient
M hvr wnot '!llrS,nRT(1 thiS blt f fancy W , . Democratic State ticket and et relief from
mu n? d C ,ov asking for an indorsement of their business ad- t,lis '"tolerable svstem.
IH ministration! mi, T-. ,
am l lie democratic candidates are nledcd tn pcw. w.
I TJ ;r ;s;i ytsrs on .,he t i z r :
mm I IK .i t a hen upon every taxpayer's home. They have fo State Ijand Hoard. "e
Zl '"h'k in'CrCSt " drav- The bank., Are the Taxpayer, afraid of the disclosures made nos
1 h-ned rZ Ll t S lT, "0t ,h0ir mmu "i'l' they only by a change of administration?
' lb n levt hT'Z ' P"-V '"iS in,e"eSt nlth"h are I'u 'T ' ofcia.s
1 0 n' . a,e H"1 desperate m their efforts to prevent it
M Which System is Best? Are the Taxpayers of Utah going to invest in m little
M Although the State Treasurer say.s that he ha, mnrl,- . ,n0FC .P0'""1 sawdt and keep quiet for' another four
1 money for the State under the present sv4m i,I i VCarS
HH pieui .,tein. he declares TURN ON THE SEARCHLIGHT.
the entire city In whlc'n the tcaHicrs fa
forcd nooyen. Thre iire elsrlit oilior
mrhoobi :iml Governor Wilson wis the
favorite In all. Tart being a poor third
mid falllnp tn capture one school. Til
totul vote of tho tcich'iry was: Wilson.
Uooscvelt, oO; Taft. 2J. One hundred
iiiK? flxty-thrc'.' of the iv.'o htinilrcd l;aoi
SupiM-liUcndeiU John M". Mills stated to
day that he mUlii urransc for a voto of
all student'.! as it would prove educa
tional and nlio Indicate to a certain dc
sree of correctness thc manner In which
the parents would votu on November r.
LIFE OF FRANCHISES-
Publicity Bureau Believes That Twenty
five Years la Lono Enough.
SpfcJal to Tlit Trlhune.
OCrDLCN. Nov. 1. Following the read
ing of a letter In which a person atylln."
himself "Guy Ncodham" declared apalnft
llfly-yoaf franchises for corpor.itlons In
Ogden city, tho board of diroi'tors of th
ORdcn publicity bureau last nlKht adopt
ed a re:io!utloii concurrlnjr hi the nonti
mcnt of the writer. Manager O. J. .Stll
wcll Etates that the bureau director were
unanimous In the opinion that twenty-llvo
yearn should be the life of any frauehlFf!
. J granted by u municipal povcmmeni. na
iiht- city offlclalB Iihvo no right to obll
gate future venerations.
In the letter read by Manager Stllwell
the writer declared that the L'tah Iipht)
Railway company was charclnK too)
much for pas and electricity and that
(ho Ogden Uapld Transit company was I
leaving the atrcets iti bad condlllon af- 1
ter having free use of (hem for lt.s tracks.
The letter and the subsequent action of
thc bureau directors resulted from the
application of the Utah LIrIU .t Railway
company for an extension on Its present
Advice Is Given Those Who Will Preside
at Votlna Machines.
Speclnl to The Tribune.
OGDEN. Nov. 1. , school of instruc
tion was opened by County Clerk Samuel
G. Dye today for thc judges of the dis
tricts -where voting machines will he used
next Tuesday. This means the judges of
all Ogden city districts and of the Munts
villc. and Plain City precincts. The ses
f.lonn were conducted in Judge N. .1.
Harris's courtroom al the county build
ing. In addition to a prescribed course
of Instruction regarding the operation of
the machines, thc Judjxos arc supposed to
secure special Information upon any point
i which Is not clear to them. Clerk Dye
will continue his school tomorrow. There
arc no special instructions for thc j ml pes
In a majority of the country precincts, iih
thc Australian ballot will be used.
All judges of election, whether the;
be for the city or country, must appear
a I thc clerk's office tomorrow to secure
their election supplies. Thc official bal
lot to bc used in the eountrv precincts
contalna 125 names of candidates. This,
according to Clerk Dye. will make thc
counting so tedious that the correct re
sult In many of the districts mav not bc
known until next Wcdnesda v.
HEAVY VOTE EXPECTED.
Registration In Ogden Reaches the High
Figure of 12,980.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN, Nov. I. Members of thc Re
publican campaign committee declare that
some Idoa of the heavy vote which will be
polled In Weber county next Tuesday can
be gained from the registration report
Just completed by Secretary A. W. Lar
son and his assistants. This report shown
that the total registration In the seven
teen districts of Ogden city for the Tues
day election Is 12..OS0.
Taking Ogden as the basis.' Secretary
Larson states that the largest vote in the
history of thc county will hp cast next
Tuesday, even after allowing 1000 for
those who fail to vole. The total regis
tration In thc city, as shown bv the com
piled reports at Republican headquarters.
Is as follows:
First district. S75: Second, GSG: Third.
04(3; Fourth. 70 (: Fifth. n00; Sixth. M0
Seventh. 177: Eighth. i00; Xdith 5t
Tenth, f.77: Klovchth, $-'"; Twelfth', $17
Thirteenth, 72S; Fourteenth. 7S1: Fif
teenth. GS1; Sixteenth. 1030; Seventeenth,
JUDGE MAKES PROTEST.
Says Ogden Betterment League Treated
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN, Nov. 1 Judge N. J. Harris
candidate for re-elect Ion in the Second
district on the Republican ticket has en
tered a protest against the manner In
wmch the Ogden Betterment league han
dled his communication answering the
various questions propounded by that or
ganization. Thc communications of all
candidates answering- the questions were
published In the Advance, a local week
y paper, but the district judge declares
that his communication was not nubllscd
as written. ?IC has appealed to the of
llcers of the league.
MUST CUT PURE ICE.
Sanitary Inspector Shorten . Takes Ac
tlon In the Matter.
Special to The Tribune.
..n0?!?"' Nov' 1,'Aft'?1- a Inspection of
all the lee ponds in the city. Sanltarv
Injector Gporgc Shorten ,I1S r,.p0r"0?,
on one which Is unfit for the Impound,
ng of water for making Ice. This pond
s leased by the Ogden , companv. tl e
local manager being Samne TiiomaV
In a letter to Manager Thomas, Inspec
tor .shorten declared that thc residents
of the district were draining surface wa
ter Into the pond and that Ice taken from
t would be condemned unless the T sanl
aiy condition was improved before fi-euz-hic
weather comes on. He w-s assured
by the manager that ice would be cut
only from pon.ds which were declared
and slate ' 'C ,n5I,ectors "f 'oth city
Debated With Fists.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN, Nov. i. The rlrf iin..
argument to end In tl u pol cc court was
brought to the attention of' Judge vV H
Kecder this morning when F q vi
in'- irrc,. Yo,,np "n-algneri t figlu
Wood will s.-rvc fifteen )a?-s 5 i 'o b
mltted that they could t ot Vr ? "
the best man for president t,,? to
cnt finally ending In n fl" t fht
Identity Established. I
Special to The Tribune. I ZZ
OGDRN, Nov. 1. When nt- .
Dee hospital last pvimJi pi?,,
two fractured ribs a ma lit S , "
name as Pcrcv Dawson , mK "'e 1),s
be Fdward To icy ,.Vo J iavnrci to
commit clrlc eUv-' ei1
o. rndcr thc name of Dawson
weeks airo. w,aV"?aIVK?,,W4, lWO
j casting and a lathe : UvVnii,Wi1,n a
tained painful, although not &rind slis
lurles. Ho ha nr t vet V-ntirJi ?rlous
from thc effect" of i-ishi S'i royc-
with a razor when1 l'arle'Stes ufc
Flage at Half-Mast I
Special to The Tribune. ' '
pubU? Sldfi? 'li'th-' HtSati0,ver., every I
at half-mant out of T-esnf il.,floMcfJ
Vice-President Shern an r lhc lat i
IbpiclaJ to Th Tribune.
OGDEN. Nov. 1 Althnnn-i, ti
variety or Halloween praiiWwrJ4 USUal
cd to the Police this mSrni'r. 7ie rWt
tiot one really sorloua crim i.I!re
the list. The officer.' re ?Jki n?"01'1
a search for a heavy wheel .n' to .m?k
from the vard if th Moumi Cr?p.er l?Ucn
but the .caper S JTn
I You Choose Without Reserve From fkSc
of Suits, Gowns m
( and Brasses dm
at exactly VM
j 'e've positively got to dispose 11
f ' S S ma'ie room for
I" Ana wc'ra showing by far thc largest and bcHt selectcd
furs at the most reasonable prices in thc city 14 Hudson j
quality on every piece. jH&j
Taffs Delicate Tat
Has Depopulated Mexican (p
onies But Protects the l
Maclcro's prompt suppression of B'elix Diaz U
upon his sincerity in dealing with Orozeo. ' Mkr
Orozeo was a trusted officer, under Madero in th
inal revolt. After Madero became president OrozcoWifti
made commander of all the loyal forces of thc north.-T
In February, this year, Oro.co was summoned torK
co, He was with aiadero live days. When he retumB
Chihuahua he resigned from thc army and took the WBf
ship of thc rebels. 'Jtw
There seem to have been two objects sought by foBg
and his rebels: Tho banishment of the Mormons fflMjff
confiscation of American property. -Mm,
Orozeo has had his own way. When there se(fe
be danger of intervention the federals had a skirraiae
the rebels. Thus our easy-going guardian of Americai:Ksjj
and national honor was satisfied from time to time.
Madero made a plea that he couldn't put a SDflr
force into the field t:p crush Orozeo. But the ttholc J5 g
moved Avhen Felix Diaz arose, and he was promptSpvtnj'
pressed although infinitely more capable and populir-'Mw
There arc some who suspect that Orozco is doinjflL,
Madcro desires but cannot do without, giving offense l
United States, and that he could call Orozco off WiKpu!
be so desired. . jBSsJj
Meanwhile, homes arc being ravaged, women drir(jHK
girls carried off and mqn held for ransom.
P. S. President. Tal't continues t0 handle the IV,
sil.uit.ion Ayith that delicate tact he has been practiciijKfl'n
two years on the 'Mexicans.
X. 13. President TatVs army and navy have
other bloody battle for thc bankers and the fruit tMjS?8!
em. 1('c0r5c D. Vardlaw. chief of
c.tcctiy,es' l00k unon himself to in
i Kfltic. ,t,e o'viioishli) of a ro-Klnf
cl.alr which had l.cen nhiced at the top
r,Lt,V1,-'',!,n, ,nok found that the
I u," wn,? lLs mvn nroporty. Xot 01 e
o.v nllowce misclilof wus re
corded at police headquarters.
Tolton Makes Denial.
Special to The Tribune.
ah rL n.l?'-'eV,t 'emcnt In the "i"r.
PSSl'i10 ,1aU bc a tool
y 111 raiuoaui. while renresentliv Km-.
vw county In the lcRlsia 7 C3 evi
deuce of sincere effort In bel alf of the
people, ho said, he moved to Send
rules and vOXo on a bill wl hout ?e "en- or
t to a committee when the li vcBthr"i
yosaso.C Cal 5hrtaee s i&
Special to The Tribune.
ncGhStaN'thlK LT"' rovl f'" Lhc
work In the coinmls5ar- mKjVlki
terday. IJIs condition ' f'1 VSHm ,.!,!
the phy.slelaiis now belle "mf u
a chance for lecovcri-. ,KS"
Fees for 0ctotev
Special to The Tribune.
countv for the month ''jJBTjitt ,
.shown by the rcP, Vrf
filed with thc count)' eJS&!mmtfi.
as follow: Shcrl 9j"'MSi
?I9.Gi'' recorder. :i2.-9- 'M'.KtS''
Pleads Not ffH(5!
Special to T)) TrlDunf-,n.gt lM
who is facinj a .M,WJiSi
was arraigned bcfo.e ..mm ti
In thc district court jcli (
a pica of not guilty, n" jm
trial on November J- jM??,.,.
B0d7 to B9 SWW.-
Special to Tiu. Tribune. Vi
OGPB.V. Nov. h-AimWl1
eelved from the rd'"
hody of Frank Conw
this city yc5tcrdny'?a'pM.'.ij
strychnine, he sWfK g ttA
for burial The bod) n X