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m THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, MONDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 4, 1912. 7 H
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VPS IS MIXED
JlN III COUNTY
ym of the Three Parties Ap
1 Mpears to Be Confident
m of Success.
RECASTS ARE GIVEN
iublicans Say They Will
I Cast Fully 7000 of
I 13,600 Votes.
jal to The Tribune. .
If GDEN", Nov. 3. A poll of the party
J hs abow3 Weber county to bo
tinad threo ways, with the Taft
Iters by far more optimistic than
Er the Democrats or Progressives.
?nv they are reasonably certain that
' r respective national tickets wi II ro
i. ft majority throughout tho count'.
IHe the outward enthusiasm of the
nblican campaign workers is not
sued by thu outlook, expressions of
at liavc been voiced by staunch
ibers of the party. .Sojuc are willing
!toncodo more hope for the randi-
on the state and county ticket
r,for tlm national and judicial tick
tfth tho county ticket showing tho
Bgcst of all. It is generally eon
A that Taft will not lead the tick
o far as the number of voles is
0. P. Optimistic.
Lstnsr his cstimaio on a total of 13.
yotcs next Tuesday. Chairman "Ed
;Dix of the Republican cpntral coni
ee sives ibis a.s his forecast on the
lidn of the votes; "Republicans,
Democrats, oOOO: Progressives,
Socialists, fiOO. In making this
"into ho said:
Thfiro is no question but what the
bblicans will carry the county as
jtd'id four ve? m ago, but T believo
'the state, judicial and county can
tos will run ahead of the natioual
Hi, Tt must bo concoeded that
lovclt will run ahead of tho state
'county candidates on tho Progros
tickct. When the votes arc count
bo normal Republican majority will
iliotv much decrease.' '
inirmau S. S. Smith of tho Demo
ic campaign committee is willing to
cfo that some few supporters of
tn in the past have gone over to
'Progressives, but tho number, he
ires, will not exceed 300 thrimgh
.' the county. JTo is certain that all
ocratic candidates on all tickets
carry tho county.
. Micro is absolutely no question but
Governor Wilson will cam- this
ty," said Mr. Smith today,' 4 'and
J not doubt but what tho success
08 local candidates will be com
!.' On accouut of the third parly
year it will be hard to make any-
)i f like a correct estimato on tho
w bcratic majority, but persona 11 v I
Ajpatc a majority of 1SU0 on the
jPnal ticket. Tho canvas's has been
Wicomplcte this yenr and I' am ba
thiH statement on what our work
jlVc ?pp' -''blc to learn throughout
result of l heir refusal to make
v8s and fWHtematic appeal to the
rs individually, (he J'rogroJ-ivos
uKFod. to rnh on the show of on
Ql BKf3!n for any indication of possible
Bs on Tuesday. This indication
Men fayoiablc. .-it cordiug lo Chair-HP-
' Abels uf the county ecu-
Bps of Progressives.
L f.u.n'''0 lie other partv loaders.
kMbcis claims Webor countv for the
national ticket, but. he does
nUt-itinto'the election of nil Dull
BVftiididalCH du tho county ticket.
Pe .Progressives did not make a
V8 a"" T'.'irt of tho count v and
H1 reason they woro forced to de
WJargcly on meetings. The ont.hu
V shown at these meetings, ivhirli
Rouble Ihe .number held bv either
W i other parties, leads mo to pre
gngBbat the national and state tick-K-u
c!ri'-v v"" ''ountv bv l;-)00.
Hnll also have a good majoritv in
ntnjcial district, Morgan county
g for the Progressives, v.-ilh Wo
Rlcr i fVi oou"t'PS llow'n2 "
Khilo tvc cannot expect to clod all
f candidates on the county ticket.
mt rcnson lo beliove that wo will
ff i AVo expect S-'.O straight
H pSdVf ' votoa next Tue.sdav and
IV 'MPe fijimcient to bring .success to
K xr C0UI't-y cundidates."
Cf8 Mr. AbelK'a opinion that Col-
llvmr loo,ovt,lt ud Ncphi r,. Morris
ViM!spc."ro nbout the. same number
jywes in this county.
f. LUNGES VOTERS,
hairman Fllc3 Against M.iny
Names in Ofjdcn Dlatrlcta,
ov. Vuv i ho purpose ot
ny attempt lo vol", "rlng
j'lo wlio have irnnefcrrif!
Inn district to another In
Uialrmiin H. S. Smith of
c'lilml eommlttec. Im.i
ir.00 and 000 clinllcnso of
PPuninr on the rcflBiratlou
Ion of his notion, rhulrnuiu
tbsL it was not Ione lo
t tny periaoi votliiK tu two
Mine ho lht m.t feci that
V oJv Hinali cnon-n tu at
iaud. but he dr.Ptrc.1 Jo foiv
ui1,pt,t, vr,t1 PCT3ons under
hIiohM ot be on tho bookf.
t of t!i- action, it may be
r mom thnn one thousand
itnt1' ,hnlr vor whon
ir iiT .SI " Tuesday. Tho
e u ,6r,l"itC(l lljrnuKbout
nf'V" vc,,lr, dlfitrtcts
Uio Demoeiatlc chairman
no protto to the names of
nK. ontlio Hats In Flrat.
Jcntii and Seventeenth
ft'- The -Scnttch ! Scratch!
Bcerna n?.a,,,T Ointment."- It cure
. tffiaUnna'L'! l? cnwnlc dyrpcpola
the ikv','01" (25 pnta por box)
Buion ' ,onc th- stomach, euro
Eu (Advertlsomput )
Ogdcn Clergyman Would
Clothe General Charity
Work in Municipal'Garb.
Special to Tho Trlbuno.
CODEX. Nov. 3. Tho catablishniont of
ft social Hcr-.-loe bureau, with a frovemlns
ljoard o? rivo directors, two of whom
shall be Jty and county officials, are
features of the proposed plan of tho Ruv.
Frank C. jJralncrd, as it was outlined
at a moetlncr of t lie Sunday Night club
The lttiv. Mr. BralnMl said that In
general charity work the people are faced
by tho need rf temporary or permanent
h'dp. which is divided into two general
clnases physical and othicnl. Fltet of
all, this work, according to tho clergy
man, must be carried on from ono head
quarters. There were thrco sorts of cases'
to bo dealt with, ho said, namely, tem
porary relief with a plan for rehabilita
tion, which will make no further relief
necessary: permanent cases, which must
ho treated In a more humane manner
than horetofore, and th'o graft case.". In
which Rolf-support must be compelled.
To relievo without pauperizing the
lea.sf necessary would bo spent to bring
the desired reiiutls. Tho physical relief
would be supplied by mean's of taxa
tion, that Is, supplies purchased with
public money. The ethical relief, char
acterized a.s text books for children tents
Tor tuberculosis victims and like necessi
ties, would be supplied by charitable or
ganizations. The graft eases would bo
dealt with by the officers and courts.
Of tho five directors governing the. so
cial Forvice department, the Rev. Mr.
I3ra!nerd would have thrco of the number
private citizens, ono other the city com
missioner of public safctv, and the fifth
any county official In charge of tho char
ily cases, lie proposes ;hat the city fur
nish tho central office and its equipment
These will be the benefits of the new
plan, according lo tho minister: Intelli
gent distribution of relief; elimination of
graft and duplication of offort: protec
tion for the Individual; elevation of the
standard of Jiving: economical operation
and saving of effort, and a frco omploy
nienl agency for employer and emplovee.
This plan has hcn outlined before the
Martha society, and received tho appro
val of the members.
UNIVERSITY IS PLANNED.
Methodists Working to Establish Educa
tional Institution In Ogden.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN. Nov. ;t. The .movement for
the establishment of a Methodist univer
sity in tills city took doflnlto form last
night when Dr. J. II. Talbot of Suit Lake,
superintendent of the churches of tills
stato. mot with prominent members of
Ihe First Methodist church of this ollv
and selected committees for devising a
plan of operation. It Is proposed to es
tablish tho university for ('tab, Idaho.
Nevada and Wyoming, as practically all
other of the western stales arc repre
sented by Methodist schools.
"While the college will be known as a
Methodist institution, it will bo open to
all creeds. Tho plan, according to those
interested, hns received encouragement
from many sources, and they feci that it
can be siicccssfnllv acted upon. I. C.
Nyo has been nppoiiilcd i-hairman of the
committee" on organization and O. ..
Kennedy will he the secretary. The work
of securing a site and raising1 the neces
sary capital has been given to a com
mittee composed of J. G. Nyc, J. J. Brum
mltt and .). XV. "Welch.
Cannot Explain Injury.
Special lo The Tribune.
OGDICN. Nov. "Wllford "W. Olson
who was found unconscious on Die pave
mcnt near "Washington avenue and Twen
tieth .it rest last evening, has been re
moved from tho Dee hospital to his home
at !(;:: Twentieth street. lie is suffering
from a Severn gash across tho forehead
but will recover, according to relatives
The young man haj not been able to ex
plain the manner in which ho sustained
his Injury. lie was riding a. blcycl" on
his way home fiom the George A. Lowe
v C store, where lie is employed as
bookkeeper. The relatives believe that
.Air. Olson may have been st nick by a
nick I brown with criminal Intent, as the
gash on the forehead Is the only Injury
Miller Funeral "Wctlncaday.
Special to The Tribune.
OTtDKN. Nov. 3. The funeral or N. S
j Miller, who died at the Dee hospital last
night, will be held "Wednesday afternoon.
Mr. Miller's death was a severe shock
to many friends who had been Informed
that bis condition was satisfactory fol
lowing an operation "Wednesday for ln-t.-llnal
trouble, lie wu3 117 years old
and had resided in Ogden the last live
years, having come to this city from
Opal. Wyo. lU was a. prominent stoi.k
man and had extensive interests In Wyo
ming. Ho is survived by a widow and
live children. lie was a member of
Unity lodge No. IS. A. F. and A. M.
Tin- family residence Is at 1S1 Thirty
round Dead In Bed,
.Special lo The Tribune.
OGDISN. Nov, 3. M1:ih Mary J. Bene
way, aged li fly-eight years, was found
dead in bed fit the side of her whiter at
their home, 3."Sn I'tah avenue, this morn
ing. She had been ill for tho past three
wcks and heart diseuso Is assigned a?
the cause of death. Miss Tl oneway had
been a resident of Ogden for the past
twenty-four years. Tho funeral service
will be conducted at tho Kirkcndcll chap
el at 10:..n o'clock Wednesday nmrnlmr
Interment will bo in Mountain View cemetery.
Phonographs in Schools.
Special to Tile Tribune.
OOEI.. Nov. .1. At a cost of moro
than 300. proceeds of an opuretta given
In this city last winter, a phonograph
hac been purchased for each public school
in Ogden. Tho machines, which are of
thu vlctrola type have been Installed.
It was necessary to purchase only eleven
machines. a:i the high school bulldlnir
was already equipped with a vlctrola.
During I lie few days they have been In
stalled, the machines havo been used
successfully in the music department of
Vote "Four Toars Ago.
Special lo Tho Tribune.
OCtDKN". Nov. ;t. The total vote 'for
presidential electors In Wober county
lour years ago was approximately 10.
vSll. according lo ligurea obtained fiom
tho ofllcial canv.-isa by tho county com
missioners. Of this total, Taft received
and rtryan 8.0t5. Spry received e,
100, and Knight I.O'JO, One thousand
voles are given all other parties.
Sp'idal to The Tribune.
OGD1CN. Nov. .1. "Preparation for Prnc
tlcal Life" was the jaibject upon which
Profeseor Henry Pntorson. principal of
thu Ogden high school talked to the stu
dents of the Utah Industrial nchool this
Special to Tho Tribune.
OCtDKN. Nov. 3. -The onl orseivance
Of TIallovoen at the I'tah School for
Deaf and Llllnd was hold lust ulslit. It
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