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Illl THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 3, 1913. m
1 STATE'S WITNESSES
I ARE CiTfilCTED
H Testimony "Against Alfred
If Sorenscn Dented by Evi-'
II dence of Defense.
R .WOMEN ON THE STAND
H Change Their Statements
Signed on Day Thomas
H McGillis Was Shol.
H The testimony of Axel H: Steele and
Wm R W. Hcdgfts. deputy jdiorifr, vis
H nKin contradicted nt yesterday's ses-
ion of Mio trial of Alfred Sorooacn,
1 charged with murdering Thomaa 71. Mr
H (iillii-, April L'O. The principal wit-
acme for rlio defense were Miss Kloisraj
?;cf'tiw, who had hcon summoned under
tho name of MeCnll, and Mrs. f-nnih
Tan f it, wife "f Taufer. .employed
H in Ihc bnildiBK whero the killinc or
mired. Wlien court adjourned tuitll 10
H i VU.cK Monday morniiij; Melvin. el5on
" wan on the stand. He too. ront radiet
Wm ed the demitta. wviuj: no one entered
SnMiKni 'a jewelry store until after the I
mm hilling. , , ...
K Th yonnjr women were subjected to j
mM the nime wvn ciOe-e'cnmii!Htion b r. i
T Irprworlb. .Ir.. apistiint dis-trii't at-li-rnev.
which has been tiven all Sorcn
uMiVHifncyw?. MiM Mel'aw and Airs.
Taufer were nccu5cd of igninji t-tatc-mm
icnt. April '20. which did not nuree
mM villi their tiflimony before .Judge- l'('
mm lmfbournw. In n'miwer to question
mM ft .in Mr. Frontf worth. Miss Mc(aw said
B. j-lie wa' coached for the defense before
I -he took the Hand, Holh testified that
Steele and IledKcs. who -aid they jaw
B Hie sli(ntiii. did nut enter the .store
mm until it wn all over. Sfi. Taufer was
B jii:iM nt thi.. ?lifK Ic('aw declared
B ln did not vcr'th deputies at any time
B until nfter the .-hootini.'. Both swore
Mcflillix -nil. - 'I'll shoot yon: I'D hill
B m.ii." Mist Met'uw averted McGillis
B 'placed hi riht hand to his hip Docket
B nt that time. Mr-. Tun for that b-he did
nt c his right. Ii.nid,
H More Contradiction.
.tiwph r. Smith, wlio aid he was a
H liitr-otiian. wn I lie' first Vvitiiejs at the
.iflcMioon ctioii and nlfo C0Dtr.idi'ted
H' Scc!r und llede-. lie v:us passing the
"tore. RccordiHL' to his testimony, nnd
lifHnl foine one , "Don't hoot." lie
did no) kxoiv whoho voico it wns. Shots
h. rc ftrcl he did not I; now how many.
ThiMi. he deelnrod. teolc and Hedges
Mfiif in tu the place.
1 Mrs. 'Paufer of -U2 Sixth Kast street,
dr'Valelv I i 1 1 and pale, tvho is a clerk
B in t!ie brjtnch of the Palace laundry in
the rear of . Soreiloen store, .said she
did not know where her husband was
B "jtist now." After testifying to inei
B dent of earlier in the. day'.sho told the
B foHoniM"; rtorv in substaitcc:
B . "Aikmt l::tn in the afternoon McGil-
lis entered. I was at the door. ' I have
jB n-Hiio collars hen and T want- to set
BB tin-in. ' If Miiil. As I was cettinir tbcm
B 'nriiil to S'oreiuen und exclaimed:
H Mil,, m fix you: I'll pet you." I ot
B h: collars for hint and ho paid for the
laundry. 'You're the one who had my
BB arrRfted.' he celled at fiorenseu.
mm Me berm.'d to bo crazv with rac. M.
Sorenscn tobl him tho' matter would be
settled in oonrt. that he did not care.
to (juarrel. MefjilliE rushed toward Sor
cutii nnd cried:
(; vn srp30n -j 5iI00t
vn; 1 II s-hoot yon: Til kill you.'
H Went Into Hiding.
Mm K,?,''. 'ral,l",,l h'T ears and ran bwek.i
c both ot bach of tbo wall in the
iiuidrv office about the ino iimri and
mm Ind onrncJveM. After the shootinsr was
.cr Steele and Jlodftoa entered the
mU .."f"Wha1ts t,1? Jnattor here?' aiked
H .Mecle ho naw WcOillia lving on the
lloor. ho shot von?'
"McGilliK raised" his hand, pointed at
mm mT"'"D' sail1, SorenscQ shot
I i uocr eros e.xain mat ion Mrs. Taucr
said sho eoubl not sco Sorenscn but
could see McGillbj when tho first shot
was Mrrd. S ,o did not soo WcQillia'a
hand at hia h,P pont. She declared
H was Bryan Potterofi and not a police
".fn fK il?lliv& wlio Picked up the
bullet by tho radiator in tho rear. She
lon ted ho heard anybody sav. "Mr
seeio- JCoLillis raiso his loft hat d just
K'fore :ho fir shot was fired, but X
tbnt at the county jail hc signed a
Katomeut and made the vcrbaf r
.Hon that she heard this remark. She
explained, howovor. that sho had hard
mncooo ft' mv acCillta "tiered tho e
Morus. At tho tunc she shrned ihn
statomout .sho therefore belie the?
mm ibr, T;or-,,! of ciiiiS. bC
mm 'tted Hint m part of her statement
1 -H ?ue! 13'nL you;
B n-id he also hoard him sav, "Tl!
' Made Signed Statements.
B It mm brought out that tho signed
mm fitatcn.euts ot AVitneees wero tnad at
mm tho county jail, after the shootin- i
mm T vrwenco wf tho sheriff nnd Aist"
mm ?"1 .-ouoty Attorney .Morris. Mrs
mm Tauter ww :iked:
mm .-H-Di,l :" ln Mn MorrU about Mc
mm f Jibs a threats to shoot?"
mm "No. sf i r.
"I tran't askod abfmt thorn."
mm "All that you id was written
R "Whir diijB't you vohinUer the -in.
mm formation thut McGilKa thretonod to
hoot SoroDseH?" j
"T whsh": asked."
bo idotttid tho sisnod statcir.civt,
nhirh roatuined the xhrtion that she
carl MrGiltls Miy. "Por God's sake
1 itiin't KboC" The par wn offorel
mm "Did that at?Hiot entata all voa
mmi knew of tho hooUuct"
R- All eicupt 4 Por Ool'i sake, doa 't
"Wfc- didn't yo ivo Mr. Morris
,i clcur "tteiHot of nil voa JtncwT"
' ' Me- did" 't ak ine."
Makes Anotlier Denial.
Thr n v . -jcr.-vl t o,,. t.l N
H p. t ti,-.f ( t,. cfi.-r.H .v t-
It, "r5, Jh v ucn ni ns thi 4r
FLAG ICIDENT MAY
BE AIIEOJW CDUIT
Father of Suspended Girl
AVilL First Appeal to the .
"' ' School Board.
The local Socialist party may chant-,
nion the cause, of little Lena ykrj
who wa Miapcoded from the Franklin
school Friday, because' fchc refusal to
sain to the American flixp.
Though the ease has not bce.n placed
before the leaders of the party, ofti
pially. several prominent Socialists said
vostcrday that an attempt would he
tuado to hae the orppinis:Uin ; carry
the matter into court with the idoa ol
making a test case.
John G. Ou ii n, stepfather of tho hy
Icr child, said last. iij;:ht that ho had
not fully determined upon his line of
"L ha.l no time today to confer with
Superintendent Chrihtenscn." he haid.
"nor have I dis-cusscd the matter with
mv friends. Of course I shall nso all!
pciiceful methods with the superintend
ent and the board of education to hae
the child rein.-tatcd, but should these
fail 1 will consider tho courts. I lmvo
not brought tho matter to the atten
tion of tho Socialist organisation and
will not do o until they request inc
P. K.' Christ enscn. siijicrintcndent ol
schools, vestcnlav received a letter
from A. 0. Coon "of Port land. Or., com
menting on the "fta salute" pi ven
by the pupils in Ihc local schools. Mr.
Coon was a recent visitor to bait Lake.
The. letter is as follows:
The oxcrclcp. ut tlic eohiru, wilut
the flap. olr.. as kIvcii a- few
vmiri hcii, at tin Wa.satHi school,
w'ikic my bov attended. wm'u n most
bountiful hihI ItiKpi rintr fdslu. i
Will vou njncl nic Hie words siok-n
and the Instruction 'fchinii to tlic
tfnifhurti bcnrliiR .upon tliyac cxer-
cNi'll? . , .
t liavc yet to find the equal of th
Salt ll: public wliooLi, all tlilnirs
t'oiisldcreil. 1 speak as one. whoso
waudrlup embrace the . tlnntiy.
middle, western and coast fitxitcfl. c
thlnl; you arc ahead ot anything wc
liave fioen. ,
Tbiiuklnir you In advance, for the
above. s well as any KUKpcstlons In
connection therewith, believe mc
A. I. COOX.
WOMEN WILL GIVE
Club to Hold Elaborate Re
ception at Hotel Utah To
The uiom elaborate reception ever
aiven by the Woman's JJepublican club
of this city and also one of thc most
pretentious of its kind in the history
of the state will take place nt the
Hotel Utah tomorrow afternoon, from
U:!t0 to ti o'clock. It will bo tho last
formal reception of the present politi-!
enl campaign, ami will present a bril
liant spectacle from social and politi
cal fttundpoints alike.
Throughout tho afternoon au excel
lent music programme will bo carried
out by tho Jiomania Hyde string or
chestra, while Mrs. Maggie. ToutJJrown
int:. Miss Margaret Summcrhaya and
Miss Martha bmith will bo soloists.
Refreshments will be served, and it is
ttrobablo. thut addresses will be deliv
ered bv several prominent persons.
Mrs. H. A. King, president of tho
club, will bo in charge. The hostess
will be Mrs. "William Spry assisted by
two hundred prominent .Republican
women of the city and state, including
ninny of tho foremost in social and
nubile affairs. The affair will be car
ried out on a graud scale, the hotel lob
by and mezzanine floor will be strik
ingly decorated, and evory indication
points to largo attendance.
sor. or that McGillis pleaded for his
life. Under re-direct examination sho
said she went to the city and county
building to find Morris to have her
statement, changed and that she met a
man who had a mustacho and whose
iiamo sho heard was Willoy or "Wylio.
This man, sho nssertod, asked her if
stfc had been " reached. " Sho denied
this, she said, and remarked that tho
mau did not seem to caro to have her
correct, the statement. "Witness quoted
bint as saying, "No, T do not," and
that ended the interview.
Mr. Farnsworth sent for 1. K. Wil
lev. county attorney, to show that he
had no mustache aud have the witness
testify in his presence. "Before Willcy
arrived court had adjourned.
Mr. Taufer testified that before the.
nrcltmiuarv examination Steele and
Hedcos went to the jewelry store aud
that Hedges jabbed a kuife through
tho bullet hole in the rear wall. As
when every time this hole is men
tioned Mr. Farnsworth showed agita
tion. It is admitted by both sides that
the hole is unimportant, but whenevor
it ilcnires in tho case considerable ex
Gierisch on the Stand.
Mr. Farnsworth brought out that
Mrs. Taufer, in answer to Judge 0. 2s.
Hilton, for the defense, testified that
shcdid not remember the " For God'
jui k p. don't f-hoot" in her signed state
ment, and that nevertheless she re
turned to have that corrected, which
the did not know ncedod correction.
Wolfeanc Gierisch totifiod that he
was iu th store previous to the shoot
ntr and heard McGillis enr.e Sorenseu.
Thou Melviu Nclfcon. a yonth, took the
stjuid. He wa looking at a theatrical
rotor in Sorenscn ' front doorway, he.
said, when he heard someoao hay,'
"Don't hoot." He was poiitivc that
uo one entered the storo before the last
shot wna fired. Then he u;cd a cos
tiuo that started k laugh iu the court.
"Did von sec anyone' 0 is after the
shootingl" ajked .Iudgcv3JiIton.
' "Yc-i." 'w
"Mr. or Mr. " The witness
ixniind and rafecd his hand tu his chin,
"You iiukhi Mr. Steele!"
If bu doit 't iiMderFfaod bow. ask the
rlcvrion p.dgc They will -how ort.
i ft l. . Joseph for rongt (.".
FINAL WORD TO BE
said mm WIGHT
Political Parties Will Make
Their Closing- Appeals to
MANY RALLIES ' BILLED
Spellbinders Will Then Leave
Mailer to Conscience of
The final word in the campaign will
bo spoken tomorrow njght by political
spcllbindors in every section of tho
statu and tho voters left to their con
sciences, their ballots and tho ward
heelers. Frantic efforts arc being made
by all parties to reach tho .so-called
doubtful voters and in an endeavor to
influence tho band wagon vote, each
partv will endeavor to dose tbo cam
paign with as much of a hurrah as pos
sible. In Salt Lake City tbo campaign will
close without anv big downtown-rally,
the reason being that.. all theaters will
bo occupied with the presentation of
the. drama aud none will bo freo for
political purposes. For that rea.sou
there will bo scattered rallies iu differ
ent, parts of the city and count-. AH
of tho places where rallies are to be
held hac not et been iixed.
The Republicans will close the cam
paign in this city with a rally at the
Sixteenth ward meeting house, at which
Governor Spry and District Attorney F.
0. lieat herwood will speak: Senator
Sutherland will probably speak in some
part, of the county but tho placo has not
yet been fixed: Senator Reed Smoot
will be at Provo. Congressman Howell
in Cache county, F. C. Ashtou at llunts
ille. Carl A. ikidgor iu Weber countv.
W. F. Rydalch in Cache countv, .T. T.
Hammond at Hebcr, "WiUard bono at
Iali. Shore. I'lah eountvj II. 0. I verso n
at Farinington, C. M. Morris in Cache
county, 1). R. Roberts in Rich countv,
Jacob" Johnson at Spring City and C. H
Marks at Kamas, Summit, countj.
Tolton at Murray.
J. F. Tolton. the Democratic guber
natorial candidate, will closo tho cam
paign at Murray for the Democrats, B.
If. Roberts at Logan, Will Ray and
Athol ltawlins at Spanish Fork, "Math
onihah Thomas at Sandv, F. I. Stephens
at I.chi. J. W. Stringfollow and Charles
Fnglnnd in Pleasant- Grove, .lames II.
Movie at Bountiful. W. U. King at
Brigham Citv. 'P. J). Johnson at Park
City. W. 8. Dalt.on and A. J. Weber at
Mammoth, Stiver City and "Eureka; S.
A. King at Grnntsvillo, C. L. Olson at
The Progressives have not vet com
pleted their list of rallies for" Monday
night. They will have street meetings!
in Salt Lako and various other meet
ings in tho city and county. n addi-'
tiou, Lewis Larson will speak for the
Progressives at. Brigham City, Stephen
JI. Love at Provo. J. D. Mttrpltv at Mid
vale, W. D. Livingstone at. A-iiioricau
Turk, Alma Kldrcdgo and Brigham
Clegg at Bingham, and George W. Mov
or at Logan. "
WILL TAKE MOTION
VIEWS OF SALT LAKE
The Utah Motion I'ieturc companv
has been incorporated undor the Jaws
pt Utah, and within a week will bo
in operation on its first pictures. The
first release, which will bo out in
about three weeks, will consist of be
tween 700 and SOO feet of views of
Salt Lake City and places of interest
in this vicinity. Aftor tho first re
lease, the firm will take pictures all
through the intermountain eottutrv,
having its factory and hcadqunrtcrs hi
Salt Lake City.
According to" the officers of the new
firm, it has nothing to do with tho
Fllayo Motion Picture company, but
is composed of local men and backed
by local capital. An expert at tho
business has been engaged and will
be hero iu a few weeks to tako an ac
tive part in tho work.
Arrangements have been made with
a London company and, through that
company, tho pictures taken here iu
Utah will bo sent over tho entire
world. Two contracts have, also been
made with companies in this vicinity.
Officers of the firm nro W. A. R ur
acil, president; K. S. Wallace, secre
tary: ITarrv A. Birch, treasurer: James
Lee and D. G. Archer, additional directors.
GRANTS HEARING ON
Judge M. 7i. Ttlwhle, In the Third dts
tilct court yesterday era n ted h motion
scttlnfr aside an order mnd recently re
fusing a retail Honor license to Larson
&. J'.ocklilll for a saloon In the St. Ceclle
hotel hulldlng, 2" South Statu street.
When th original application was
hoard. It developed that Iir5on Itock
hlll did not have a lease on tho premises,
and that the lease wn3 held by Charles
Pets, who was also an applicant for ;i
license at the location. Th.. latter was
given a license.
In th mwtntlme tlic lease of Hess has
expired and lie bus boon unahln to get
a renewal, the nryv leaao having hen
given I-arron Kockhlll.
The nv petition of larsnn & nockhll)
will be heard on November C.
DANCE. OF SEASON
The Young Men's Daneimr club., a
recently orgauized club of young men
from tho University of Utah, the local
high school and a few others, yester
day announced that the first dance
would bo given nest Friday evening
at Whitney hall.
The dance will be confined strictlv
to the- recipients of invitations, which
will be mailed enrlv this week. It is
plnned to givp a similar affair every
other Friday evening ut the same ball.
Accident Victim at Rest.
Funeral services for Hugh L. Wood,
i5 voar of age thu railroad brakemao
who wa killed by accident at Yb colon,
Thursday morning, wero held at the fu
uerHl rbapel of Jooph William Taylor
at ? p. m. jestorday. Interment wa
in Mt. OliNot reiflpterv.
If (.-.t wart an energefir longre
maii vote fm II . .Io--c).1 . If n douh'
r.'v f r d i t . -r' th e'e t r-n udgi .
J u c - -t,i
STRIKE LEADERS II
Tcrzich and Locke Ovcrpow
- creel and Brought to Jail
ACCUSED OF MEDDLING
Charged With Interfering
When Men Suspected of
Shooting Arc Arrested.
Accused of interfering with tho ar
rest of Crcto miners, Yanco Terrich, cx
eeuth'o board member of the Western
Fodcration of 'Miners, and F. G. Locke,
secretary of the Bingham local of that
organisation, were brought to Salt Lake
from Bingham last night and taken to
tho county jail as the tcqdcl to a row
they had with about fifty deputy sher
iffs. The deputies were taking a crowd
of (.retails down Bingham canyon when
Tor.ich and Locke inquired the cause
of their arrest. An altercation ensued.
The deputies overpowered Tcrzich and
Locke with difficulty.
Tcrzich is a large, muscular Sen inn.
Bo is said to have given tho deputies a
terrific battle. Both strike leaders de
clared they had no intention of causing
trouble. JslierifV Joseph C. Sharp was in
doubt whether the charge would be in
terfering with officers or inciting a riot.
Botli men said they exchanged' words
with the deputies before the; were ar
rested. Raid Coffee House.
Deputies A. A. Butler. Thca Schweit
zer. Robert Latham and 10. K. Crutch
field, aided by about forty-six special
deputies had raided rhe Acropolis cof
fee lioue in Bingham. They were tak
ing forty prisoners to the" Donver S:
Rio Grande station when Tor.ich and
Locke arrived. The deputies said the
union men wero insulting, made threats
and tried to nrove.nt tho arrests. Tcr
zich ami Locke said tho deputies beat
and kicked them, that among their as
sailants were Butler and T. D. Price, a
special deputy. Tho deputies raid thev
bad to handle the two men roughly to
subduo them and that under tho circum
stances their plain duty was to arrest
Tcrzich and Locke.
Judge O. X. Hilton, attorney for the
fedoratton. had the. two men released
by Sheriff Joseph C. Sharp on their own
recognizance with the. consent of .Jus
tico F. M. Bishop soon after they
reached tho jail. "The sheriff told me
the arrest would not have been made
had he been there," said Hilton.
Four Locked Up.
Among the forty men taken at the
coffee house were some suspected of
being in the crowd that tired upon
workmeu aud deputies at the United
States mine. October 2. All but four
were released at tho Denver .t Bio
Grando station. The four were brought
with Tcrzich and Locko to Salt Lake
and locked in the county jail. They
gave their names as Stolianos Kostan.
tonbanis, Pe.te Levantokis, Pete Pappas
and Andrea Risokis. The deputies said
these men were identified by other Cre
tans who saw the assailants,
Charles II. Mover, president of the
federation, arrived last night at the
Cnllcn hotel, where he was ioined bv
Tcrzich, Locke. Guy F. Miller, execu
tive board member who came from Fly,
Nevada, and other union men. J. G.
Hunter of Denver was registered as oc
cunviug the same room as Tcizich who
denied acquaintance with him. David
Clifford of Butte, Mont., was also at
tho hotel, 'but the strike leaders said
thev did not know him. More than half
a dozen men gathered in .Mr. M oyer's
room and remained in consultation
about two hours.
Moyer Won't Talk.
"T just got in tonight," said Mr.
Mover last night, "and am not prc
narod to discuss anything. Wo will
hold a meeting tomorrow. 1 shall re
main here only a few days aud theu
co to Rochester. X. Y., to attend a
fraternal order couventiou. T know
nothing of the trouble at Bingham to
dav. Hero aro Mr. Tcrzich and Mr.
Locke, they can speak for themselves."
Thirteen steam shovels worked ou
the Utah Copper initio yesterday. About
2000 men arc employed and 200 Japan
ese laborers are expected tomorrow.
More Mexicans arrived yesterday.
Work on the switchback for the 'Denver
Sr Ttio Grando railroad by the Utah
Construction company was completed
yesterday and the company will move
its equipment to Salt Lake tomorrow.
It is said the Utah Copper company is
contemplating tho construction of a
frame building for a boarding house
near tho Bingham & Garfield depot.
Twelve carpenters arrived yesterday
and started to work on the United
States Hue bridge of the Bingham &
Gnrfield railroad across Bingham can
yon. Twenty-five men are at work oo
the bridge and only one pier remains
to be constructed. Trains will be run
ning over the bridge in fifteen days.
No Peace in Sight.
Proceeding to have the stiikcr? ap
ply for re-employment failed last night.
A meeting was held iu Bingham. C. F.
Maloney. vice president of the fedcra-'
tiou, presiding. J. C. Lowncy, execu
tive board member, took Mr." Locke's
place as secretary pro tern. The strik
ers voted to remain out.
Leader- said sentiment due to the
arrest of Tnrzich an. I Locke was large
ly responsible for tho dec'mion. Can
yon ball was crowded. , '
WANT TO REMAIN AS
MEMBERS OF SOCIETY
Alleging that rfhey bad becu wrong
fully expelled from "the Socicto Italian
di Mutuo e Soeeorco di Bcu
nfieienzH Cri.-ioforo Colombo, five
Italians voiterday filed Miit iu
the Third diitrict court against
the orgJtuuativu. seeking a temporary
injunction compelling the officers of the
lodge to allow them to attend its meet
ings. Kortnnnto Ansclmo, Sahatore Scar
pino. Francesco Scuglionc, (iioranni
Perlllo and Michclc FcrYnro, the plain
tiffs, weru granted a temporary re
straining order by Judge M. L. Ritchie.
The order is made returnable before
Judce I. W. Mop" on Xoembcr f
In he '-.irnrittipe t''e plaintiff? will be
allowed f .tt' id all meetings of the
"oittftj and rartnpaic as members.
WRITES TO CLASH
Says Publications in the Og
den Standard Have1 Given
ERRORS POINTED. OUT
Contention Is That Editor Is
Wrong as to Railroad
An open loiter, addressed to William
Clasmann. owner of the Oglcu Stand -aid.
has been acnt out by tho state board
of equalization. uiiKWcrlng chnnrcn wbWh
It alleges tho Ogdon newspaper has been
mnlting ngaliiM the hoard. It refers to
the ut-ficsMiicni Per nillo of railroads op
crating In tho stale and compares them
with the asycssmeiita made in other
alatea. It declares that Utah Is above
(he average. The letter, whleh Is scir-c-Milanutory,
Salt Lake City. Utah, Nov. I. KH-
Mr. Wllllnin i.Ilasiiiaiin.-Ogdcn. Ciuh
Dear Sir- -For the past few dayn
you have been publishing in the Og
den Standard atiitcmcnts concerning,
the nssoasnicnlK of railroads In I'lah,
and In connection therewith, pur
ported ligni'cH to the effeet that rall
loada In Utah aro not paying aw much
lux in proportion to mileage as In ad
Omission Referred To.
You have staled that tho Trans
continental railroad In I'lah are as
sessed per mile a.s follows:
Denver & Rio Ornndo 13.000
.San Pedro, Los Angeles & Salt
. Uihr. 7 12.000
Oregon Shutl Uno - 22.000
Central PaHlle ID. 000
Union PncWle. 21.200
Western Pacific 10,-100
Vou have, however, omitted to alale
that tho tljiuies Riven you are nl
for main truck alone, hut nrn the
average of I he assessment levied on
main tracks, additional tracks, side
and storage tracks, switches, and
abandoned roads, and branchea; and
you have failed 'to alate that all oilier
classes of property belonging to rail
roads, such as real estate, terminals,
Improvements, rolling slock, franchise,
supplies. on hand, machinery and other
personal property aro also nsHossed by
thin board, and. should be added to the
average given by you. which, when
figured as the adjoining stocks have
been figured,-would greatly Increase
the average total per mile of what Is
the actual main track of these roads,
-us main track Is considered In the ad
Assessed as a Whole.
Those adjoining states have sys
tems of assessment of railroads,
which require the assessment of the
road In those slates as a whole, and
this whole assessment is apportioned
to tho whole road In proportion to
the number of miles of main line with
in tho state.
Again you fail to stato that tho
laws of T'tah require the assessment
of railroads separately and iu detail
as to classes- of property, such as
main track, additional or second
track, brunches, sv.'ilehes. and all
real estate improvement?, rolling
stock, franchise and machinery, sup
plies and other property owned by
Taking tho assessment of these
transcontinental roads In Utah as. a
whole, and dividing thut assessment
by the number of miles of main
line, as main line is considered In
tho adjoining states, which you havo
used to obtain your figures, It would
glvo for assessment purposes In Utah
the following average per mile:
Denver & Rio Grande f33,.'523
San Pedro, Ixs Angeles &
Salt 7.alce 20."00
Oregon Short Line 40.IM4
Central Pacific 41,667
Union Pacific .10.000
Western Pacific 11.S49
Vou also fall to inform your readers
that the levy on each dollar differs
materially In each slate, being regu
lated by the prueticc followed In muk
ing valuatlona. and that It Is the levy
per dollar, more than the valuation
which determines the amount of the
tax to be paid.
On account of threats having been
. made sometime ngo that aii attack
would be made upon this board and Its
work, and anticipating the publication
of misleading statements for political
purposes, as you have heretofore done,
we took the precaution to obtain ex
act and absolutely correct figures
showing the amount of tax paid by
each of thcs! transcontinental roads
In the adjoining and other staton
througlr which they run and notwith
standing life fmi of the exorbitant
tax levied In Idaho last year and the
further-fact that the average lax of
i he Union Paelte In Nebraska Inc'udeB
its Immense Unwliu terminals, we find
thut in every inslanec tho. tax patd in
Utah is above tbo general nvcrage,
as Is shown ns follows:
Utah over general average on
Ienvcr ci Rio Grande per miIe..J14.1.'.,2
San Pdro. Los Angeles & Salt
Lake, per mile . ... s.'.Ofi
Oregon Short Line, per mile.... 22.214.171.124
Union Pacini-, per mile 75.01
Result of Oversight.
Through an oversight the Western
Pacific vh not asked for the infor
mation given above and the Southern
Pacific has not yet compiled with our
These figures we feel are a con
clusive answer to your statement that
railroads in Utah do not pay n8
much tax per mile as they do In sur
AS :o. your brond-asfertlon that t Im
properly of the common people is
ss-sesscd at 100 jier cent of its va'lu.
It can best be answered by request -lug
each taxpayer to .examine his
notice received from the county as
sessor as to the value placed upon
his property, for nseoemen; purposes
snd then ii 5k his conselence yhnt his
properly is actually worth.
I'or' a vorJflcntlon of these sui
men is we would mv that the records
cf this office aic always open for ln
upeetJon. Iu cotKliiion we docire to. Iniprocs
upon the teadeo- of this letter that
till boawl is coniially non-portl-.hh
in It membership, xnd It eon
Kist? of two RipultcurK and two
T'eitwcrats. and wc alono arc re
sponsible for valuation plnced upon
property cwprO by up. By ordftr of
the state board of eiuali-atU:i.
Oregon Woman Di5.
Mis El vn Graham, 1o y-tar of age,
of Union. Or., died of paralyse at a
local lioapitaI yesterday. The "bod v was.
takon to the undortakine; rooms of X.
M. Taylor f'o. Funeral arnuitro'
menu will not "be completed until roln
tives are heard from,
Snitch Jacob Johnson and rote for
II. .loyph for ronsres. f ',, nubi
how to do tl. ak the election judcr
hvmbodv will do it. ( .UUerti-ctncnt )
I CITIZEN OF UTAH I
0. I. 0ANS01 IN
Ogden Man Is Named for
.Post in Hobart,
Gcorjic M. Hanson is the first native
of Utah to receive an appointment in
Mio consular service. Bv executive or
der in JOOii President. Kooscve.lt placed
all consular appointments under tho
civil service, with tho result, that no
appointment, is uow) made unless tho
applicant has passed a riid examina
tion. Mr. Hanson took the examination
last April with a class of 10S, of which
twenty-one passed and six have re
ceived appointments. Ho g"oos to Ho
hurt, Tasmania, one of the most beau
tiful cities in the world, and described
as tho playground of Australia.
Tasmania, is known as the " -Switzerland
of tho South.'-' although it is
like Swit.orland iu but one respect,
its riirired mountain scenery. The
climate is most, delightful almost the
vear round, and vor3' similar to that
of Los Angeles.
Mr. Hanson was born in Fillmore,
Utah, about fortv 3011 rs ago though
his home is now in Ogdon. lie is a
newspaper man and has spent, the last
eicht 3'onrs in Washington as secretary
to Senator Sutherland. Mrs. Hanson
will accompany her husband to his post
of duty and they will travel by way
of London, Paris, the Mediterranean,
Suez and the Indian ocean. They will
sail from New York on tho Carinania,
SALOONS MUST CLOSE
ON ELECTION DAY
"No saloons open on election dav,"
U Ihc edict, of Chief of Police li.'K.
Grant, in strict compliance with the
Hill state liquor Jaw. This' means
that, all places where liquor is sold
in tho city will bo closed from 1
o 'clock Mondaj night until 0 o'clock
It. has been objected that thirty
hours without a drink at eloction time
is a-paiuful extreme of abstinence and
thai tho law ought only to be enforced
durini"- the time the polls are open,
but Chief Grant is determined to re
liard the day the same as Sundav.
REMANDED TO JAIL
Robert Shnnley and George Bennett,
arrested recently because they could not
explain satisfactorily, their possession of
forty-six pahs of shoes found. In their
room, pleaded not guilty to achargo of
second degree burglary v. hep arraigned
before Judge ,T. M. bowman of tho
criminal division of Ihe elty court yes
terday. In default of S1O00 bond each,
thev were remanded to the county Jail,
Charles Williams, alleged to have
raided a hen roost at 77S West Flist
South street a few nights ago. pleaded
not guilty to a charge 61" hurglarv Iu the
second degree. Hearing was sot "for No
vember 11. I'or lack of a bond f 5500.
Williams went to the county Jnll.
CHARLES F. .BARRETT
SUBMITS HIS REPORT
The. monthly teport of Clique.- '". Bar
rett, superintendent of waterworks, shows
"j the meter aci-ounts to- have totalled
M0IO.7".'-Hupplemental ast-essments. SI000,
abatements of I H 12 -19 1 3.' J5S7.0:.. abate
ments, .1011-1012. 519. and refunds' ?802.26.
The same account for the month of1
September, as shown bv th" hooks of
the department on October 1, were as
follows: "Meters SH.0S0: supplemental as
sessments. ?1."i26.20; abatements. PH2
1.113. $126.96.36.199: Hbnteinunts. 19II-IHIL'.
52 2. sr.; refund?. 51SS..10.
TO HOLD EXAMINATION
FOR MARINE SERVICE
Capuin Loof M. Harding, of the loeal
office of the I., s. marine rorpa. an
nounces that an examination will be held
to fill slxtn vacancies aK neeo-)tj lleu
lenant In Mi marine rorps service on
-unitary ,. 191s. young men bctworii a:ic
aso of Jl and .10 yea is are urged In tke
IliM exHminallon. The pav Is $1700 pf
annum. Information mn 1 obtained up
on application ut tlic local office. 16S
roresters Will Meet.
The district foresters 0r th Inter
mountain ntutrs will meet hero next
Thursday for n ' conference with their
chief. Henry S Graves, who will come
here from Washington for the meeting.
Arrangements for the meeting ate be
ing, mad n by K. If. Cla ike of the Wa
satch national forest. Ton leaders In the
forest service will be prenu and will
be guosts at tho Hotel t;uh.
Elkn to Got Returna. 0
Local Klks will receive election re
turns 111 their clubrooms Tuesday night.
Arrangements lm,. been completed to
teen re bulletins aud members are invit
ed to be pre-ent at 1 o'clock Tuesday
eentng and remain until the final re
'urns aie rcencd.
Local Wagers QmL
Bols r 2 1 0n
or V-orn yr''" "ijBm
"i",g on ""VZnM
cmm. Has not brim Hut-Hp'
' '"" of .Toim'l s" nuibW,K-tat
. aiidldulo for Kherirr, ami J'jjKJp'
dl'l'ite-, for tl0 VbuTi.llT'HB
A few nK, I"-?,',"-'. HftP
d rev Smith. -I r.. lYrtmh ulc mWkP
.; -irr. .....i odds
tli.it Iu- w.mld beat 1,-u, .mVBu
were taken H
hi e-.cn money on UmMmm
Tfer of a wager of imVXSmmitt
would .e ,.11 v.aiirlfcjWU
Bet on Olson.
itn;.g on s.0ll fUnhBt-
'rlk ' few dMj.sHnl'-SMS
uppaicntly walling for rl u.fmWJ
"u-ney llpis far plaiBK
foil s irl;iids are har kliic IJutBS
several thousand dollaw tSiMflS
the result ojson r, eTpL'SE1
i nn ahead of u l)nw SyMr
reason of Ids ropul.Wr iftR V.
incii. whose attorney ls-WiSMl-"
Udds on Governor Bn,MWT
dropped yestcrdav from EMtf
l wo to one. All of the btliKiu
i n e0 10 one wero taken. atiHC
ting e.gainsi th0 covrrnor ontW' !
I he short end or beta 1 t ffiEti
l wo. UetK 'on Hie KOvemtr'r.P'i
two 10 one were not wrt-iuMfe'
bets were made at nvoi lamSmmZL
-lohusou would not be thcMm'
Wager Against Homt
One unexpected btt v iiBH"
even money that ConTfMtr.uMW,r
Howoll would not rarrr hlTi-R '
or his own voting dlstnct forrK 1
Among the huts nnpfajtaBr!
boards yesterday were ht Mimgt
in Jlf) Tift don not tfrt tP-i
H to J10 Tnft dgfj r.oi nsrWM'
i:rmi iiioticj ItoKtll .)o-( aatBi
coimlj or fm clMicn ilitfeK1'
SHU CCI HoOtnVfll It u poj riBwt
Sniinte county. 9rj
SlOeo crvn Ciirblil?! Iti'.i SsUiBSTi
S50J In 100 on Wlljua. tKi
SSOl 10 KC-j (JrabtK! !i titfM mMWLZ,
J'OO even nocirlt ztlt a jlBT-'
In the nj.ltuii than Ti.'L BT'
tm tn jiw Tan h not ilt&L JmW&fi
Jli in ?IM ICooirrrlt It ast jmW'
?iCO tn V.'bO nrithtr Till sk
;:oo u) sioo wn-on u khi 'JJjE
Sin in 545 Wilson i sat iLiii"K
t ti a 11 CorltAj. H?
iv o Ho Siirr u aor titL 'K-
s:-.-.n ti no-) spry , f,,l(j, :mY
i0) exen WIJmu ion nc. pi IHe"IZ"
Jjw) c-n Tft ia-J llovWtlt tliiKr1
set tsr oipi-tu'ral vott TBpjr
IW 10 no Spry su m:t tVeiitK-
tlO ftn l'Almrr 1j tlfrtH ma'mP
ii'i even l-tvrrnce Is not Brr
:.' to Mi') Utca - Ii at E
iwo to J5) wiur tlKld iB'Jf"
JI00 even (Table Is f!Hei I'R.r
V.K) cvpu Oliten Ir t'ec'M "jK?
t:(f0 in w Sprr ior s-x -"Jfcr:
J100 even Tuft lo net Un TKSi
"iZO o JK-ft Republlej: it t "KfJ1
oil lit, rnuiiir tltVef .JHLt
160 10 1 103 I'e'uocriu io mi iPMk
47.", even WIlMn li W "Wm
Uinii Tjfl am) llootetdt tfit'Jf mmmA
J100 eca Tttl iti nopKlt mw'$
innio tliHii 1M rlc-ie.l 'eltl-,Kh,
JC5 ovrn N'p'il Ii- yortli f',mm
100 even Uooievrlt u&s rat F-.-K'
In SjIi Ijke inutur- , . 'm?
;uo to jim Spry '"i,i-.mWT.
Jlf In SH Smllh mi .B"
limn Corlem. , -RP
j;000 to IXM .eprr I' f'fftf'Jjfcm
i.'O even Spry does aot pt '-"ife,
jioo i-ven r.oostteit -fix rmmVi
in fallfonila. . JMmt
Mi in ll(KO Willr
J-5 10 115 Corle. iti .HT.
tor klieriff. , ... ammm?
140 even Klrr Li 00'. JJB
J". eveu Wllw-t. Jttts ''iSK1
torn vote Umn T.1I1 ! -TXjBb
$100 ten Wllion rtnlM
tlO) rven Wllwa carries "mm
Missouri. H HflaVKlr
io to jw wilwa Aia sa r Wmu
toml vote lo fie"1 ,,ra, Vll, silBlM
JIOO even Spry ! J" JCJ
L',Voi .0 5S0 Sprr,
j5 even ltoovelt CfU lU vK. .
tour rules. ,, .... mmJr
2Z 10 JJ5 RoMcflt lBMMii
of fir? atalea. . 4l-VtmWl
iM even Jseob Jobaws S
STRAW VOTES AJW;
Siipcrlnltndent ct mVM
tenfcn ycsierdHvourf H
Ing of principals VSfflMl
next Wcilnesday rnMmi
oi.wlng the r,lW,,SSl
cushIoii will toZJKltoHmmW
the order of t,,b,J,nb Kt??W.
of time among -'r'Stat tffK.
rli ulum and t''c :,l,ut Wg
ntudy period?. w
The principal" LtrmW
the taking c. ant
dentlal eniulltlalcB r rt rfL
,lat..H for offlee. MA
anv of l)vvuM2J!!Z
The Rev. Ur "-SS .
has been pr"J,rl' ' rfif-W-
k. for the mm?
fill the VMtj!,u"rtrl,1 1
Veteran tW 'm
71 vcars o t-p' .l ntrf K
ttIio died Octobc r 'yliXeMm
the niiM'icc-: J '1 Mm
post of the ;; i MrljfM
vet cemetery. Mr,
Kcnud.aie the 7r;toM
, cnt ion t r.c VrVcrM
-cph for "WMote