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t HE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE MONDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 1, 1012. 3 1
l OF SEMITE
USE OF IITC
Wns on Political Com
mJon of Legislatures Will
Ye Scanned Tuesday.
)CRATS NEED S$
''uous Contests in Massa
5pb(ts and a Number of
flgtalcs in the West
Sjiflllonal News Service.
jMrXGTON. Nov. 3. While Die
of sesrli" everybody is eeutercr
'outcome nc presidential con-
flstTitcsdnv, the st.nijrclu over t.ho
mkf eoiiros.H is nearly as inipor
'Bl in tome respects is cinitc as in
?Kas on the outeomo of the bat
W'tbe control of congress, in even
'neasnre than on tlie presidency,
Kliio shapintr of legislation after
'oremost question with rc'cronco
tHrca is, will t ho Democrats cap
iSitrol of the senate?
Bier important, problem is: Will
.Wflocrat? increase their nnrgin oi'
''pa thtj house or will there be a
jjtcbancoa are about even on tho
iKfc controllinir the senate. Tliey
Ufoi -IB votes in that body next
nllowipg for tho defeat of Hen
'Hrdnrr in Maine and givinir tliem
1j6r to replace Senator Sanders of
Kee, ivlio is a Uepnblicau. Fortv
Bts nro necessary to control. if
tBocrats can capture six seats in
Vp Tuesday above those counted
jBemo:ratic, they 'will win.
mt Control Rests.
States whoso returns Tuesday
(Kill bo important from a senate
Bnt are Colorado, Delaware. Jda
nois, Iowa, Kansas, Massae.hu
iBhincsota. Montana, Nebraska,
tKNcw Hampshire, New Jersey,
iMzxko. Oklahoma. Oregon, Klioile
tBSoiith Dakota, Tennessee. West
Kantl Wyoming, As to sonic of
Were is practically no question
'most of them tliero are tights.
pKhtors each arc to bo elected in
Bp, Idaho and Illinois. The states
Kro the centers of hardest scna
jBintests are the three just named
Ha. Kansas, Massachusetts, Mieli
Mebraska; South Dakota, West
1Kportant phano of tho situation
fjthe Doinocrats elect the pros
tBd vice president and the sou
,iB?' 48 to 4S, the Democrats will
ntrol because the vice president
yHfcouse will have 4'.)o members.
420 arc to bo elected today,
nj; been chosen already, four
'iR8100 nni' two rom Vermont,
iwrc membership is SO;!. The
c be under the new np
lH;en an(1 u'" knve fortv-onc
vK morc Iian lho present house.
lMLtn Uen,0l-'r''itic membership of
ik .'(20 or twelve more than
iMP.PCr necessary to control the
LB?0'. 1,1 tlie next house 21$ will
?ority, Tho Democrats in tho
Rhpust; have thirtv-two more
apn3jori(y. If ,ov :ire :is ntrong
'v in the next thoy will havo
'. of the mixed condition of
'Ml1 niatv congressional districts,
yM!0n if.voring the Democrats,
practically no question that
V i vep contro1 of tho house
behove thov are goine to in
tiBSf'f r?'atlve slrcngth. that is.
,VWP a, ,iaTe a larger margin of
tbo enlarged house than in
I THE TRUSTY
!D BREAK JAIL
soncrs Gel Out of Kcru
y. Cal.. Prison; Two
'osscs in Pursuit.
WKI,D, Cal., Xov. 3. Af
iC a trusty, sawing through
Jars and scaliuK a jailyard
lormcr inmates of the Kern
arc llccin through ihc hills
'osscs in pursuit,
i who escaped early today.
J I'. Sit-., sentence to live
fae I'Ciiitentinry for having
loucy ,,.,. fase p,.0icnses:
lc. sentenced tf, ten years
itory i-liarge, and tw0 pris
on a misdemeanor charge,
'ade were waiting rulings
I of the cases.
'lito, the trusty, is believed
?cn given the smug-led drug
the misdemeanor prisoners,
the corridor the prisoners
0"Rh .-iqlit iron bars from
wjp "on escaped through a jail
JfoMcmlqd to the ground by a
( c of ihOir blankets and sealed
1 "f t jail wall by auothev
m?n uun from the top of the
tJKrn ,n,,ll;'''llllnnlro. ;,nil Miss
Jm. UCortl': to report a current
AlB-tlini 1- . ,1):,"K "''o found.
V iVv , C",K1 not oluntn Uio
AKmo hcr. ll'IV0 mnrl It a
BVi5.rJ.mo "f v' !,"rl 5rs. n.
j ftBwi i g i'ifonnod ,,oxi -VwI-
ILL THE CIISIIEi
(Continued from Pape One!)
one -.vho has .-,een the confident reports
to Deinocrarir national headquarters in
the dnvK of the c;unpaign.
"Congress will c Ueniocrati: in both
bra tie he?. "
Senator Dixon. Progressive national
chairman, predicted Colonel Uooicveli
Approximately six million votes wili
be cat for h'oosevelt audi .lohiison. out
of a total vote of ft eon millions," he
said. "The fatal error i-n all the Demi
ocratii- estimates in- the assumption
that. Wilson will poll the Bryan volo
ot four years ago.
i ' Knosevclt. and .lohn.-on will sweep
the big induptrial centers with a land
slide. "T.-ift will be the worst defeated
candidate since. Winfield Scott led the
remnant of the old Whig partv to do
f.tmefion in IS.VJ. After Tuesday the
old Republican organisation will be
"the third party'' in every stule in
tho union. I doubt if it will e.ver again
nominate a candidate for president. Af
ter Tuesday the Progressive patty will
be th dominant opposition party".
"Jt is a most conservative statement
to nay that Tuesday. Roosevelt, will
receive at least GO ' per nt of ihe
Taft vote of four years ago, and cer
tainly not Invi than 1." per cent of the
Bryan vote of that year. That being
true, he will carry Xo'w York by 63.000.'
At the same time he will have' at least!
2P7 votes in the. electoral college. Jt
takes only P( to elect. "
Tammany hall joined in the predic
tion of Democratic victory, in a state
ment put out by Charles' V. Murpbv.
."Never were Democratic prospects
brighter and Democrats more confi
dent,'' said Murphy.
"All our canvasses indicate a grand
swqgp in nation and slate on Tuesday.
The h'nipiro state will give the presi
dential and state tickets splendid nia
iorities. The Democratic representa
tion' in congress will be substantially
increased and both brandies of the
legislature will be Democratic.''
IN A FEW STATES
CHICAGO, Nov. 3. As the presi
dential election draws near, political
interest renters largely in the group of
states, usually Republican, which Dcmo
eralic and Progressive parties hope this
year to swing J'rom the old moorings.
Chief among these is Pennsylvania,
where the vote will be determined by
silent, vote. Managers for the Wash
ington party, tho name pre-empted by
the Roosevelt speakers, weie more con
fident, than ever tonight lhal they -would
capture the electoral vole of the state.
Democratic leaders feel equally sure of
Pennsylvania, but the Taft. men expect
heavy support from the silent vote.
The campaign in Illinois continued
todav. Kdward F. Dunne, the Demo
cratic nominee for governor, making
five speeitles. Confident predictions
were given out from Democratic state
headquarters where the theory is that
the Democratic candidates will carry
the state by unprecedented majorities
because of the Republican loss to the
Party Lines Vanish.
That party lines have Aauithcd in
Iowa is generally agreed by those in
touch with conditions-, and it is pre
dicted that les3 than 3 per cent of tho
voters will cast a straight ballot. Both
Democrats and Progressives claim the
state, but James II. Trewin, chairman
of the Taft state committee, an or
ganization working outside of the Re
publican state committee, said tonight
that tho work of 1800 men in his or
ganization had resulted in changing
sentiment and that, Taft will win over
Wilson by 33.000 in Iowa.
Not in" four years has there been so
much doubt as tonight. The Repub
lican state committee has confined its
inlercst to the fltate ticket, taking no
part, in the fight between the Roose
velt and Taft forces.
W. A. White, chairman of the Pro
gressive party committee, says Roose
velt will carry the stato by a sub
stantial plurality, but. Henderson Mar
tin, of the Democratic committee, s-ays
Wilson will sweep the state.
Tn Illinois Wilton i& a slight favorite
in the betting.
Michigan in Doubt.
Michigan admittedly is in doubt, and
the interest in the presidential contest
Ihere is almost equalled by the inter
est in the campaign for woman suf
frage, which is to be voted on Tues
Political leaders expect that more
than half a million voters will go to
the polls in Massachusetts. The reg
intrnl ion in the state is 014.0O0, the
largest ever recorded, and the total
vote is expected to be about 322.000.
Progressive. Republican and Democrat
ic loaders alike express confidence.
A ltot campaign has been waged in
Ohio. Deniociiitie Chairman Kinley
savs Wilson will get more votes in
Ohio than Taft and Roosej-elt togeth
er, but Republican and Progressive man
agers both claim their representative
candidates will get Ohio's electoral
A bitter contest on the prohibition
amendment is expected to bring out j
the lart'c. aggregate vote ever cast j
in West Virginia. Democratic State
Chairman Walker forecasts the success'
of AVoodrow Wilson by 30.000. Pro
grefivo Chairman Dawf-ou says Roose
velt will carry the state.
MUCH INTEREST IN
SAN FT'.ANCISC'O. N'ov. With
President Taft eliminated hy the Repub
lican state convention, which nominated
nrosldenthil electors plodded to llooscvoll
anil -Johnson. Intercut In the forthcoming
election In .California centers: In the
Hoosevelt-Wilson flsht. Declarlntr there
hiis been a dell'-cilon of Taft .strength to
Wilson Since th no-called 'dlKfranchisc
mohf of the president's nuppoitrrn. the
Wilson leaders predict victory for ihelr
candidate b-- n majority of lO.nno. State
nients lssiid from the Mnle Proerosslve
hendoimrters place Uoosevult'y majority
;il not le--s tlwu tMOO.
In addition to the election of presiden
tial elector.", the voters of tho state mil
decide constitutional amendments ami in
itiative and referendum propositions.
They relate to making- Irrigation bonds
collateral Heciullv. free text-hooUn, the
lonfiltdatioti of clt'es, ihe establishment
of a state rueim: commission and home
rule ,n taxation for roomier, and the cfi
labllshlnK of an office or registrar of
voter of all counties, the last comprh;
hic three amendmeiiLn.
hie attitude id the newly enfranchised
wom'-ii voters hi regarded uti entirely
problematical, sin im election uo for held
h; tflven Indications of their scticral po
AH Seem Confident.
AbRrQCHHQCK. N". M . Nov. :!. The
fuL presidential uunpalsii in Xcw Mox-
BULL STOCK IIET
BE m WEEK
Withdrawal of Funds for
Crop Moving Purposes Mas
NKW VORK. Nov. 3. Withdrawal of
Xew York hank funds for interior needs
continued last week with detrimental
effect on securities.
The dull stock market of the past sea
son had pointed to less than tho usual
speculative, employment of the bank de
posits left temporarily idle in New York
banks yet the pull of the eroo-movini;
reipiirenienfs serves to force holdings
on the stock market.
I'rii-CH tended downward in the facp
of the apparently asjuic.l promise of
expanding prosperity. Wgns of that
prosperity were added in the week's
news, November disbursements of prof
its in the ,-hape of dividends and inter
est phowed expansion oi more than :'rl3.
OOii.OOO over the same date last year.
This included (be demands of (he niOjU
oy market and (he call loan rale ran up
lo !' per cent, the highest figure since
Returns; from uheat threshing and
corn husking raiser! tho estimates of the
grain yield. Railroad net earnings in
dicating record returns in many cases
continue. The count ry 's bank clearing5
and the extent of the borrowing demand
and Ihe requirement? of circulation wit
uess the activity of trade.
This dislocation of the relief antici
paled bv recourse to the foreign money
market continued to influence the finan
cin I markets with the rapid course of
even Is in southeastern I'hirope.
The rise in the official discount rate
of the Bank of Franco lo -I per cent af
ter the conclusion of tho settlement was
an unsettling influence. This rate had
not been touched since the panic of 1007
in New York. Ninety-day loans in New
7ork. in pome cases, have commanded a
premium for the lirot time since carlv
in 100S. .
Ico w II be brought to a clos tomorrov.
night, with a .eiies of Republican, np.m
ocralic and Progressive rallies through
out the state.
Staler Chairman A. II. IIudMieth lonipht
claimed the stato for Wilson by 15000 plu
rality. Chairman II. W. ('lark, of the Repub
licans, predicts a plurality for Taft of
1.100, while Chairman Otero, of the Pro
gressives, claimed Roosevelt would carry
the atale by a large plurality.
IIKIKNA. Mont. Nov n. Tho Demo
cratic Republican and Progressiva lead
oars claim Montana for their candidate?
tonight, but the large increase In voting
population, the formation of four new
counties and the aggressive campaign of
the SoclalistK have made uncertain pre
dictions baaed on the results in former
JL'NKAN. Alaska. Nov. .--Alaska ter
ritory will elect next Tuesday its Hist
legislature, composed of eight senators
and sixteen representatives. There are
four parlies In the territory, ranking
numerically as follows:
Progressive. Republlean. Socialist atvl
Democratic In the largo mining towns
the Socialists are strong, and the Ite
pulilicun and Democratic part lea have
fused in such places. The Progrcfs ive.
headed by -Delegate to Concress Jamon
Wlckcrsham, seek lo control the legis
lature. The party platforms treat of Issues
vital to Alaska, such as development of
tho mineral resoureea. removal of fish
traps, restriction of fishing privileges to
Americans, prohibition of the use of
herring in manufacture of fertilizer, and
votes for women. The legislature will
meet at Juneau In March.
Contest Not Closed.
SKATXl,!-;. Wash.. Nov. The Wash
ington campalirn did not close lnt night,
nor will meetings tomorrow night end
thn appeals, which arc likely to be con
tinued Tuesday. In most election fore
casts "Washington lia.s been given to
No Change in Oregon.
PORTLAND. Or.. Nov. .1. Sunday
brought forth nothing to change the pre
diction of a close presidential contest.
There appears no disinterested person
well Informed politically who Is willing
to venture a prediction of any kind-
Both Claim Wyoming.
CH1DYI5NNI2, Wyo.. Nov. The cam
paign in Wyoming will be carried on
vigorously up to the night before elec
tion. Tomorrow nisht numerous mass
mooting. will be hold.
Chairman S. C Hopkins has not
changed his estimates of a 11.000 Demo
cratic plurality in Wyoming for Gover
nor Wibon Patrick Sullivan, Republi
can chairman, pays Taft will receive a
The Progressive party claims Ihestate
for Roosevelt by a small majority.
Claim Arizona's Vote.
PHOICNIN, Arls.. Nov. 3. Democrats
and Progressives claimed tonight the
election of their three candidates for
presidential electors, based upon their
respective polls of the state's most pop
ulous sections. The Taft forces asscu-t
that the Republicans will carry several
of the northern counties. All concede
the election of Carl llaydcn. Arizona's
All the constitutional amendment bills
arc expected to carry with the exception
of tho suffrage amendment, the fnto of
which is In doubt although all parties
have Indorsed It.
Mixup in Colorado,
PKNVI2R. Nov. 3- -Hundreds of meet
ings in all the cities and towns of the
stute yestenliiy practically closed the
speaking campaign of "II parlies, and now
the leaders are directing their attention
toward getting their full strength at the
polls next Tuesday. The iicFllon of
which of the thrro leading parties will
carry the state la a mooted one, but
Governor Wilson Is Indicated a? having
the advantage over tho other presidential
All Parties Claim Victory.
ItKNO, Nov., Nov. ."..-Willi ihe cam
paign in Nevada practically closed, vic
tory nt .the polls on Tuesday Is claimed
hy leaders of the Republican, Progressive
and Democratic parlies. Democratic lead
ers claim that Wilson and the entire
ticket will be elected by 2,000 pluialtt.
The Republicans are claiming the elec
tion of Senator Massey ami Congrt-j'sinan
Roberts, but are silent as to the head of
tho ticket. Progressive headquartors
claim that Roosevelt will jivvcep the state
Pasadena. Cal. C. D. Parsons of the
Chas. II. Ward Drug Co. writes: "We
have sold and recommended Foley's
Honey and Tar Compound for vears
and baliovo it to bo one of the most
efficient medicines in the market.
Containing no opiates or narcotics, i(
can be given freely to children."
Svhra mm-J ohnson, Drug.
PBBPOSE IS TO SAVE
GIRLS RM CfflE
John D. Rockefeller, Jr., lb
Erect Psychological Lab
oratory in New York.
NF.W YORK. Nov. 3. -Ground will be
bioKeii tomorrow tor the erection uf tin?
ntont roniarkable'psyeohologjcal labora
tory in the world. It will represent,
when completed early next spring, a
pari of the generous outlay bv John D.
Rockefeller. Jr. (estimated at more than
$1.0000.000), to carry on his recently
inaugurated investigating work at the
New York state reformatory for wom
en. The purpose of this institution is
to save L'irls from crime.
The laboratory is one of group of
three buildings which .Mr. Rockefeller
will erect on land obtained bv him ad
joininc tho big site of tho rcforsnatorv
at Redford Hills. N. Y.
One. building will accbnimodate tho
large stair of export scienlific women
who will be attached to the laboratory
to examine into the eousp.'; for tho crim
inal phases of tho women detained at
the ret ornia lory.
.i!i0,ail',n'.pl;,i18 for " 7'".0M building
which will be known as rhe "reception
home for girh committed to the re
format oi y have just been completed
.'.'l1'1" 'vll committed i0 tjlp iStnto
n foriualoi will be received there and
detained until such time an the labora
tory testa to be applied lo them are
deemed satisfactory by the scientific
women in charge.
The result of this investigation will,
it is expected, fu'rnisli valuable infor
mation to bo used in the work of tho
prevention of crime in this and other
Mr. Rockefeller's work has tho hearty
sanction of the state authorities who
I are keenly interested in the. outcome of
the investigations. This work in con
j nection with the state institution will
I bp known, as. the bureau of social hy
giene. That the report may prove of
the highest possible value to"."ocicty, no
expense is being spared by Mr. Rocke
feller to obtain the. greatest experts to
carry it on. At present the great uni
versities of this country and Europe
arc being searched for womou of the
highest scientific attainments.
In addition to the siatT of women
scientists there will be an advisory
board of men. specialists in tho three
departments in which the laboratory
work will bo carried on, namely the
psychological, pathological and sociological.
FAMOUS ARMY SURGEON
DIES IN WASHINGTON
Rv International News Service.
WASHINGTON. Nov. .1. Major Gener
al Robert Maitland O'Reilly, vho was
surgeon general of the United States
army from September. ir02. to January,
lfiO!t and pcruonal physician and close
friend of the late President Grover Cleve
land, died at his home. 1S27 Q avenue
Northwest, shortly before fi o'clock thin
morning after a. week'n UlnesB of Bright'?
disease I'unrral arrangements havo not
as yet been made. Major General O'
Reilly was taken ill about a week ago.
Prior to that tlic his health had been
HOME TO VOTE
Two Members of 1' resident, Tufts
Cabinet Fail lo Get on
By International News Service.
WASHINGTON. Nov. 3. President
Taft has loot two of the votes that were
to be. cast for him. Secretaries Nagel
nd Plshcr did not register in St. Louis
and Chicago respectively, because Mr.
Nagci was away campaigning on regis
tration day. and Secretary Fisher on his
Hawaiian trip. Secretary Nngol is firm
ly convinced, however, that the address
he delivered that dny more lhan made
up in vote gainrd for his own vote lost.
Mr. Nagcl and all the other members
of the cabinet will be out of the city
by tomorrow evening, save Secretary
Fisher, who will "sit on the lid Tuesday.
"Sitting on the lid'' Is an Impressive
pounding phrase, but. as n matter of
fact, no cabinet officer can do any
thing mora because ho Ik "or. the lid"
than if the president and advisers of the
chief executive were In the city.
Secretary Knox will vote in Pittsburg;
Secretary Wilson at his homo In Trncr.
Ia., and Secretary Meyer will drop his
ballot In the box nt Boston. Secretary
Stimcon and Attorney General Wlcker
sham will vote for Taft and Hedges In
New Tork city. Huntlncton Wilson, as
sistant secretary of state, will vote In
Chicago, and the assistant secretary of
the navy, Beckman Wlnthrop. will vote
agaluHt Roosevelt, presumably in the
Oyster Bay district.
SILffiE JOIHS IN I
Siilt Ltikc City Man 2daki-i
y oi ne Tests on His Owu 'H
Account of Plant Juice,
Mr. IX R. Silsbef of 23 No. lt Vr ,H
hen id r-o many people talking about "' t .H
Jtilc that he decided to try it fox i.ift
rheumatism and general run down "or H
dillon. The result of bin te;ts may i
gleaned from th following from bin 1
"At lost I decided to follow the zf:. (H
era) procession and try Hunt Juirr I 1
dropped Into Schramm-Johnsou's i --.
No. and got a liottle. I have dropp I
in since and got another one. The ',,
that I liave gone back for It Is pron
of what 1 think of it. but It is not p'rer IH
enough proof. Let me tell you It Is tl iH
be.n thing t hava ever ivalloud In i
medicine line. It has relieved nm r
rheumatism, has built me up. -iec"-t iH
my H)-stm nud mad me feel nil over tl il
good It hrip done me. Any one needing : IH
tonic should go for Plant Juice."
When we sav you will find immed
hnMe In Plant Juice we ninn
"benetltH" that your appotlt will tm
prove, mi will sleep sounder, you l1 iH
have a "better color, feel better, strong""
nerves, have more courage nd a cleave--brain.
If you have any ailments of
stomach, liver, kidneys and blood -u
will find them disappearing and a Health
ful and normal condition resulting. o
matter If chronic or of Ion? standing
vou will Ond relief tn Plant diilce. I i
the world's neweft. safest and most -f- "M
fecllcft tonic, corrective "nd cum e
Do not let another day i pass jvUJ out see
lng the display and talking lo th-i.P r
No. 5, Third So. and Main-
(AijTtIntnO . .
j Overwhelming Victory for Democrats I I
! Predicted by All Reliable :. II
J Newspapers. ' 1 I
fee Conservative Estimate Says That Wilson Will Get 1 I
I S9 States Out of 48 Utah No II
!' ' .Longer Conceded to Taft. 8 I
Put Utah in Line Utah Is Normally Democratic. I
Let the people get into a position to work " The most conservative estimate from 1 H
j in harmony with the next administration to eyery CQunty and precinct of the state incli. j
secure indemnities in Mexico, and such other , r , r , rn 1
? , . cate a safe plurality for Wilson and 1 olton. 1
I relief as they are entitled to receive. '
1 Two more standpatters in the national Outside of Salt Lake county the Demo- g
congress will be a drawback. . cratic plurality will be heavy. 1
j Vote for Tolton and an honest admin is- jn Salt Lake county there will be a close 1
j tration of the state government along consti- race between the Republican and the Bull 9 H
! tutional lines. Moose ticket, which does not materially af-
Taft's Defeat Is Conceded. . jrect the Democratic vote. I
Republican chairmen in other states ad- . Hundreds of Progressive Republicans lH
I vising Republicans-J:o vote for Wilson to beat who refuse to vote the Republican -ticket will I
I Roosevelt. ,vote for Wilson. H
Purpose of federal officials of Utah, in . . ... . , I
, 1 1 ,P . . , ' , Many regular Republicans will vote tor Q
keeping the 1 aft claims, known by them to , r , , i
1 be false and misleading, going in their organ, Wilson to rebuke the fcderal bunch- 1 M
I is to hold pople in line for their discredited Every report indicates that Salt Lake S
i state ticket so they may, in the event of its county is ripe and ready for throwing off the I H
i success, receive state appointments from a e of machine rule. j
j Republican governor after their names are " I
erased from federal pay rolls. Vote the Rooster Ticket. I H
Vote the Democratic State Pull the third lever from the top and let I
Ticket ' .it go at that. I
And keep these professional place hunters .
from the public crib. The Taxpayers Want a Change, f H
1 The Whole Democratic Ticket Turn the searchlisht " the land
01 . . . . i j i i , board and find what has become of the rest 1
Should be elected to insure honest govern- i
1 ment, end favoritism, bring returns on pub- of the state funds. g WM
I ' Lie funds, and make banks pay for what they "D . TT 1 T T " 1
1 get, the same as ordinary taxpayers have to ' Jr lit Utall 111 line.
I do. Put the bosses out of business.
Vote the Winning Ticket j 1