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II 4 THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, TUESDAY ABORNING, NOVEMBER 5, 112.
I SJILOOIUS WILL OPEN
I mm close
III Held That Law Does Not Pro-
i vide for -All-Night
II Dry Spell.
Wl'i Although tlic nctv stale liquor law
(HI provides tliat all.iiilooiis ahull bo elosctl
IB I on election day, the f-alc of liquor will
IB I he permitted in Salt Lako uftcr 7
HI o'clock this ovcuing.
0 I Holding thnt, tincc tho new law makes
wm no reference to the hours during -which
Wl t ht raloons itball ho rioted, and that
EI the intent is onlv to f rgjinnl tho cast-
H in of thp ot the pro-visions of the
H old Jnw rcgnirinc the saloons to rlos-e
IS during votm.e hours arc adoqn:i(o to
If! tho occasion, Mavor Park last nicht or-
dcrcd Chief of "Police B. F. Grant to
Jy ccp tho saloons closed only until the
PJH rlotinc of tho polls at 7 o'clock.
Jpj Last Saturday, Chief Grant informed
at the saloopkcopers that under the new
HI law thev would have to oloso for the
PJK ontiro day. Yesterday, County Attor-
K acy T. E. willoy informed the city com-
PJt mif.sioncrs that; tho county would, not
PJR Drosccuto nnyono arrested for selling
H liquor after the polls closed. Tho mat-
Hf tcr was considered at length by the
Hi tiommithion at its executive session yes-
M torday mornini, but no decision was
H arrived at until last night at 'he vegu-
Bjj lar commission meeting, when Mayor
Hi Park, after a eoufrroucc with the chlof
Hj of police, suggested a compromise. The
j suggestion was concurred, in and Chief
Hi Grajit was ordered to observe the pro-
Hr visions of tho old law.
FOR SECOND PLACE
NEW TORK. "Nov. I. Twenty mem
bers of the national Kopiibllcau commit -ten
have thus far. in nn Informal poll,
cxnrcJiFcd thrlr Intention to votn for tho
nch-ctlon of Governor Ilndlcy of Missouri
to fill the vacancy on tho Kopubllcan
Uckol cutiFcd by the death of Vice PresU
'lent Sherman, according to a statement
by Ciuirmuu lllllcs of the Republican
national commltleo tonight, supplement
ing hs announccmcnlK last nlsbt.
Chairman Hlllcs t-nld ha, bad received
todav messages from two more member
of the commltleo Messrs. JIuroliv of
New Jersey and HaH of Idaho both of
whom. Mr TIJHch declared, said they
would vntr for Hndloy. "With those who
announced similar preferences last nlKlit,
there arc twenty out of twenty-six mem
bers thus far beard from who have en
tered the Hartley column. There art;
rlfty-thrce members of the committee.
I ALLEGED EMBEZZLER
GIVEN TERM IN PRISON
HATON. X. M. Nov. A. C. Pro
bert was boulonccd from jux lo eicht
years in the penitent jarv today at Tao.-,
TSL, on a charge of embezzlement.
Prober!, was convicted of embezzling
$500 from ftov A. Clifford whilo prcsi
deut of the State Savings bank at Taos.
The bank was closed a year ago fol
lnwins an investigation by State Bank
Examiner ,1ohu .lorn-;.
Probort waa convicted" on a charge
qf embezzlement at "Wuupum, Wis., in
ISO', and was sentenced to.hvo and a
half years in tho "Wisconsin penitcn
. Subsequently Proljcrt. . who was
known here as V. Davis, is said to
ljave established banks at Miles. Mich.;
itau Claire. Mich.; Minnoville, Or.; Ben
Lomond. Cal., and Grand Junction,
I ENGLISHMAN ENDS HIS
LIFE WITH . POISON
VAlWOlTVEIt. B. t, Nov. 1. Rob
ert Pnlnon. aged 70 years, ended his
life with poison here last night. lie
was a man of wealth and a tncmber
of a prominent family in England.
His sou, Hush Amos fiobson, of Wiu
iiipcsr. was deputy attorney ccncral of
the northwest territories under Attor
iiev f-eneral Haiiltain, and was ap
pointed to the king's bench, Manito
ba, two years ago.
In the effects of tho suicide were
found several letters from tho late. Sir
Hcury CamobelbBaunerrnan, former
premier of En?lnd.
WAGE ISSUE EXCLUDED
FROM THE TESTIMONY
SAT. EM. Ma., Nov, Efforts today
of t' defense In the trial of Etior. fJlo
vfinntttl and Ciiruso for the murder of
.Anna Loplzzo to brln? out the wncc ls
) Mie an the IviMk for the Industrial dis
turbance ln.it winter were unnucccasful.
.7udc Qulun excluded n.u5tlonK roforrinp
to the wape. of the ttllc workers foc
cau.e t had no bvurln? on the lulling of
C'ounpcl for the dcfeiiPo had a dozen
of the child mill worker broucht from
Lawrence toduy to ld the ease by their
' It wan decided today to hold court on
H- nJection day, tho Juror waiving their
light to vote.
I EARLIEST RETURNS
FROM THE BAY STATE
BOSTON. Nov. -J. Tt is expected
Massachusetts will b amonc tho first
htae to civp definite results tomorrow
of the vote in b natioual election pro
eiucl, tho returns cominc from some
little town in Barnstable, Norfolk or
Plymouth counties; '
Five of tho thirty-threc Mnssachu-i-ett.s
cilie? will hold afternoon and
early evening eloctiou?, closing their
polls at S p. m. Two others. Now Bed.
fo-d and Fall River, ivil! stop voting at
2 aud 3 p. m rospe.r.Uvelv. whilo the
others will closo at 4 o'clock or soon
I Dam Opening Postponed.
PHOENIX. Arts., Nov. l.-Ofnlal no
tice was received here today from Waah
W'Ston that the time for openlns the
HoosovcU dnni and Salt River Irrigation
proj-et hHd be"n xtendd to DecembDr
1. The first imymont of over U& -
fleo.Mo made bv ranchers v.a aino n
tendM to one yr from that date. Tmler
tho prcvlotm rultnp the peynieuts
"tvould hnve become due in Auzust. J313.
T'" Roosevelt dam work wu completed i
to years apo.
IRoport on Car Shortage.
WASHINGTON'. Nov. Railroads bo- I
can responding today to th Interatate I
commerce commlsnlon'i! demand ihac
eTielhln: br done to avert a snrlous
threatened car xMortnRe.
Northwestern line reported dlffladty
In ffetUn? re(r!RcrUor cr to wrry tho
potato crop and safr their cara were re
turned to them very slowly.
S3 Pleaded Not Guilty.
U NEW YORK. Nov. (.-James T. Wood.
mm vice chairman of the executive committee
U of the defunct Northern bunk. urren-
dered himself In rourt today and pleaded
not guilty to an Indictment returned
Uj Friday cbarglnjr hlra with hnvinsr made a
RH false report to the stall- bankinp depart
t'H mcnt rrir6lng a northern bank credit
Knees Became Stiff
Flvo Yoars of Severe Rheumatism
The cure of Henry J. Goldstein, li
, Barton Street, Boston. IUohs.. Is anoth
er victory by Hood's Sursnpnrllla.
This prreat medicine has succeeded in
many cases where others have utterly
' failed. iMr. Goldstein nays: "I Buf
fered from rheumatism live years. It
kept mc from business and caused ex
cruciating pain. My kncea would be
come as stiff ns steel. 1 tried many
medicines without relief, then loolc
Hood's Sarsaparllla, soon felt much
better, and now consider myself on
tirelv cured. 1 recommend Ilood'R."
Get H today in usual liquid form or
chocolated tablets called Sarsatabs.
MEXIGMS BUOr THE
Refuse to Surrender Anything
of Value; More Refugees
on Road to Utah.
Special to Tho Tribune.
PASO, Tc.v., Nov. 1 . A number
of colonists arc arriving here from tho
colonics, being those who braved the
danger of the rebels and returned after
the first1 exodus. They say Uiaf con-!
dilions are more chaotic there thau
they have been at any time in the past.
The native Mexicans and the rebels who
have tired of fighting and looting have
got! led down in the homos of the Moi
inons in tho colonics and have stub
bornly', refused .to surrender anything
which belonged to the Mormons. "When
Enriquo C, P.owman and other projni-uc-t
colonists of Dublan and. Juarez at
tempted "to save a little of Iheir efnps I
by loading wheat, to bo sent to Chi
huahua for sale, they were stopped by
the natives who declared that as Ihev
had no crops that they would not allow
the, wheat to he sent, opt of the colon
ies for fear that they would starve
Threats were oponly made against
tho settlers if t hoy attempted to remove,
their property although several succeed
ed in getting small quantities of goods
T. M. Spilsberry. has finally obtained
his release by promising to send his
captors two sacks of sugar.
A number of the refugees who are ar
riving from Mexico are leaving Tues
day for the following places iu Utah:
To Richfield. Hah Agnes. Pratt,
Julia, Marba. and Both Thurbcr.
To Fairie, Utah L. Ross. Tucker.
To Provo. rtah J II. Kowlev, Em
To l-oan. Utah Donald C. Black.
To Salt Lake 15 va and JIarry il'luff.
BANK VAULTS FOUND .
TO BE NEARLY BARE
nilCAGO. Nov. Vaults oC the
Kirby Savingjr bank, which was takeu
eliargo of bv receivers yestordav on tno
discovery that William T. Kirby, pros
ideal of the institution, had been in
sane for some time, worn found to con
tain but' .S52.32 when the fund's wevo
counted today. A mob of several hun
dred persons, representing about $50.
000 in deposits, it is said, was jammed
outside tho bank doors and shouted in
rage when the information was given
them. Police worn summoned to dis
perse the crowd.
The total liabilities of tho bank arc
unknown. Tho $S52.12 was made in
part of change and stamps.
The trial of Daniel .r. Kirby, Jr..
nephew of W. T. Kirby and cashier
of the bank, charged in the municipal
court with operating a coufidepco
scheme, was put over to November 15.
WOMAN KILLS SELF
AND TWO CHILDREN
OSWATAM1E. Kan.. Nov. J. Mrs.
G.. "V. Perdue. 35 years old. wifo of a
railroad conductor, and her Omonihs
old daughter, were burned to death in a
shod in the rear of the Perdue homo
todav. A 5-year-old son who was burned
died tonicht. A note Mrs. Perdue had
written to a neighbor indicated that
Mrs. Perdue was responsible for I ho
death of hcrsolf and two children. Iu
th' noto she .requested that the three
bodies be buried in one crave.
Tin) bodies -were found in a box and
it is believed the woman saturated the
box with coal oil. climbed into if, with
the children and'then apnlicd a match.
It is probable that a sudden fit of in
sauitv prompted her act.
Go Home to Vote.
WASHINGTON. Nov. I. From the
president down, practically everybody
with a voting residence has Kone. home
to be at the polls tomorrow. Only a. few
high siovernmcnt officials are left In the
Secretary of the Interior Fisher, who
hu no vote this year becaute he was too
late to register whn he returned from
his lone trip to Hawaii, Is the only cab
inet officer here- He will be the actin?
RUB ME IN WELL
NIGHT AND MORNING
5ayK "the Little Doctor."
I will cure you of that atiffpoes in your
Joints and orcnos-of the miucl-s. Rub
me in as often as possible and tha.t cold
will be cone in no time.
"The Ltttl Doctor," Mac Laren'
Mustard Cerato. doe ail that the old
fashion! mvManl pntirr did. without ir
rltatlnc or harming the Hkln. IT IS
SOMETHING ENTIRELY DIFFERENT.
All you huvo to do Is to rub and rub wtV
In and It will juurt to work at once. It
brlntta prompt relief for Colds in had.
painful headache?, consented lungs, sore
new of muscle. Htlffncua of joint, lum
bKo and sore throat, BUY" JT TODAY.
Inalst on Mac Uiion'n Mustard fratr, Jn
?5r and fine Jar at U first clas drUR
srlsts. SAMPLE SENT POSTPAID FREE.
Mac Iren Tiruc Co , Cleveland, O , or
I.o Anse'e Cai rAdvet-tliernenO
COIW IS FORMED
TO BUILD ITEffiBI
Cop'y of Articles Filed With
' Gounty Clerk and Secre
tary of Siaie.
The lnterurban Construction com
pany, which wap incorporated under
the laws of. Maine some- time ago, filed
a certified copy of its articles of in
corporation with the county clerk of
Salt Lake county and secretary of state
yesterday. Tho object of the companv
K to coiiclruct the Salt Lnke and Utah
lailrond which is to. be an interurban
lino between Salt Lake City and Pay
fon. The company is capitalised at .fl.oOU.
000 and "the temporary organization that
was formed in Por.lland.'Mo., has K, A.
Turner of thai city for president, F.
M. Orcm of .Salt Lako Citv for treas
urer, and Carl 'V. Smith, as additional
director." Fuoakin.fr of the odmpany last
nijeht, Mr. Orcm said:
(Our organization in Portland was
only temporary and new officers will
bo announced soon. J shall be secre
tary and treasurer of the permanent, or
ionization and the other officers will
.be announced later. Our headquarters
arc hi the offices of A. .7. Orcm & Co..
in this city, and the company has al
ready started work. Grading is being
done in Provo and American 'Pork. Two
engineering; forces are in the field.
AT NASHVILLE, TENN.
i . XASII VILU2, Tnnn.. Nov. f. A por
tion of the east portion of tile reservoir
from which Nashville gets its water
supply gave way early "thi mornipg.
lettinga torrent of water loose down tho
bill on which the basin is located. Sev
eral houses were washed awav but there
was no loss of life.
-The' break came without warning and
several persons worn caught in tho lor
ront but all havo been accounted for
Tt is reported the water that, swept
down South Eighth avenue was six
feet deop. T. M. TTeffey, wifo and
child', were washed out of their hpme
h were saved by climbing into 'the
limbs of a tree.
W- O.-Arsoihger and wife wcro awak
ened by the' roar of the waters :lnd
felt v their house--moving down the
street. Thev escaped when the water
began to subside. The opening in the
reservoir whcre.it. gave way is 150 feet
BUTTE MOB ATTACKS
BUTTE, Mont , Nov. An automo
bile bearing Governor Edwin L. Morris,
T. ,1. Walsh, Democratic candidate for
senator, and Samuel V. Stewart, Demo
cratic candidate for governor, was as
sailed by a mob listening io an orator
expounding Socialistic doctrines here
tonight. The glass shield of tho car
was smashed. Air.. Walsh 'a face was cut
and fists were raised at the governor
and Mr. Stewart. Half a dozen men
seized the wheels of the car. but the
chauffeur, by throwing on. the power,
toro the automobile from their grasp
and it sped on to the auditorium where
tho governor spoke. Sheriff .lohll
O'Rourke seized one man in the act of
throwing a Tock at the automobile.
Another who cursed the American flag
and tore down tho patriotic, emblem di.
played at a street meeting of the
Democrats was pursued by a mob.
Police reserves were forced to arrest
him to save him from further punish
ment after he had been severely beaten.
APPROVE INCOME TAX
WASHINGTON'. Nov '..Formal no
tkc of the ratification' :hy Louisiana-of
the Income lax conplltutinnal amendment
readied the state department todav.
I Thirty-three plates have given notice of
their approval, of this amendment and the
department is dally expect I n? notice from
Ohio, whose legislature has already acted
The affirmative votes of only two Mai"?
now are necessary lo make the three
fourths required by the constitution foi
the adoption of an amendment- It is not
doubled here that the neccssarv votes
will be forthcoming duiins the "coming
winter sessions of the legislatures of the
following ten states which have not yet
acted upon the amendment:
Delaware. Florida. Massachusetts. N"e.v
Jersey, New Mexico. Pennsylvania, Ver
mont. Virginia, West Virginia and
Only two slates Minnesota and Mas
sachusetts have fo far acted on. tho
amendments submitted by congress 'pro
viding for tho election of senators by
WILL INCREASE THE
. CAPACITY . OF PLANT
. DENVER. Nov. i. Authority to In
crease the capacity of the steel plant at
Pueblo will soon bo asked of the hoard
of directors, according to an announce
ment made today by President J. F.
Mr. Wellborn' statement is made In
connection with the an mini report of the
Colorado Fuel t Iron companv, which
says that the output of the , Pueblo plant
for the last year represents a capacity
Tho Improvement to bo asked for in
clude six additional open-hearth furnaces.
Senator Clark in city.
W, A. Clark, former senator from
Montana, and president of tho Salt
Lako Route, passed through thix city
yesterday on his roturit from a trip to
Kurope. lie came back bv way of Now
York, from which point ho went to Ari
zona and then to Los Angeloa. Ho ar
rived bore Sunday night and left yostor
day afternoon in order to bo in Butte in
time to vote today.
M. Clark -was accompanied here bv
Mrs. W. A. Clark. Jr.. -and bv Mr. and
.Mrs. K W. Clark. W. A. Clark, Jr.,
came with the party as fnr as St. Johns,
and then went to Ophir.
Gentle and Sere
You, also, should give ap
proval to this efficient family
remedy your bowels will be
regulated so surely and safely ;
your jiver stimulated; your
digestion so improved by
r7wlex . Is boze 10c., 2Sc
BUT CISTI li
(Qontlnuod front Page One.)
tce.ntli ward mc-Ptlng house in this city.
J. F. Tolton, Democratic candidate for
upvernor, spoke at Murra.. Mophi L.
.Morris. l-'rogrcKsh e candidate for gov;
ernor. waa given an enthusiastic recep
tion at a Progressive rally at Price. Tho
(roiigres8ion.il candidates were also ornt
ing iu various parts of the state. Ton
pressman Joseph Howell spoke last
night iu Cache count v and Jacob John
sou, tho other Reoubiican rougrcKuonul
CMndidate. closed the campaign at a
rally n his homo town, Spring City.
Mathonihah Thomas. Democratic Can
dida to for congress, spoke at Bingham,
and T. D. Johnson, the other Democrat
ic candidate, at Park City. Lewis Lar
son. Progressive candidate for congress,
stioko last nicht at Brighnm Citv. av;d
S. II. Love, the other Progressive can
didale for consrcj-s. at Provo.
Chairmen Arc Busy.
Henry Gardner. "Republican saato
chairman, left for his homo at Spanish
Fork yesterday afternoon to vote. TIo
will romain in Spanish Fork long
enough Lo see that tho lxopubliean boys
in his home town jet. the organization
properlv at work and then return to
Salt Lake about noon to help in thii
countv and to await results.
Samunl K. Thurman, Democratic
chairman, .wont to American Fork last
night to assist the 'Democrats of thai
little city get, started his morning. He
will return to Salt Lake to vote early
today. Wesley K. Walton, Progrcs.-ivo
chairman, went homo ami to bed early
last night. He is preparing for a long,
hard day today and wished to get a
good night's rest.
Most of the .pre-olection. noiso made
last night was furnished by tho Pro
gressives. Thev had a drum corps and
several buglers, rho latter from Fort
Douglas, parading the streets' for sev
eral hours, currying Lincoln. Roosevelt
and Johnson banners. Following the
parade several of the soldiers who par
ticipated started a celebration of their
own and ended iu the police station.
Taft Favorite in Utah.
Betting last night favored I he Re
publicans locally b3- a slight margin
Six to one was offered on Wilson 's
election, Taft ruled favorite in this
stato at odds of ten to eight. Two to
one was offered on Spry's election and
several bets were ni.ide a I. these odd",
liven money was offered on the elec
tion of some of the Republican coun
ty candidates, and ten to eight on
others. Two to one against the Pro
gressive county candidates was of
fered. The polls open this forenoon ai 7
o'clock and will remain oncn until 7
o'clock ' tonight. All political mana
gers join in urging the voters to go
lo tho polls early. Jn several of the
districts there is a large registration
and a heavy vote is expcftr.il. It may
bo (hat in some districts there will bo
a question as to whether all qualified
voters may h.'ive, time to vote, unless
a large percentage of the. -vote is
polled during tho forenoon. The wom
en voters in particular are being urged
to go to the polls early in tho day to
uast their voles at a time, when there
will be tho least congestion at. the
polling places. The polling' places will
likely be busiest during the noon hour
and iifter .! o'clock iu the afternoon.
In all of the city districts and two
of the districts in "tho, county outside
of the city oting machines will be.
used and the tabitjation of tho votes
in each district -will be, made within
half an hour after Ihc polls close. The
result in Hie county, unless the elec
tion is very dose, should be apparent
by 0 or 10 o'clock tonight.
Forecasts of Parties.
Forecasts were mad a by representa
tives of the three bis parties as fol
lows: Republican State Chairman lien in
Gardner The victory is won.
Republican County Chairman W. IT.
Folland We will carry the county for
the entire ticket by from 5000 to '
7010 plurality. Our organization is in
as good shape as It ever was. and
victory appears certain. I wish to
take occasion to compliment tho
members of the headquarters staff,
who . have worked hard for success.
Amoii? them are Secretary Datia T.
Smith, in charge of the organization
work; Frank rt. Chrlstonsen. In
charge of transportation, and Fred
W. Price, director of the speaklns
bureau and In charge of our rallies.
They all contributed largely to our
Dana T. Smith, secretary of tho
Republican county committee Wn
will get between 1S.0O0 and 10.000
votes In Salt Lake county, which
means that every candidate on our
ticket will be elected with a larce.
plurality. Our organization is in per
fect shape, in every district.
Thurman Is Confident.
Samuel R. Thurman, Democratic
atate chairman From every Indica
tion that may be noted at present,
there Is every reason for the Demo
crats to look forward confidently to
a Democratic victory In Utah. Wo
believe that we will got a majority
of the so-called doubtful vote of tho
state and will elect every man on
our state ticket.
John 12. Clark, secretary Demo
cratic state commlttoc From reports
and canvasses made iu every precinct
of the slate, we &vc convinced be
yond any question of a doubt that
the entire. Democratic state, ticket
will bo elected apd that the next
legislature will be Democratic "We.
will carry Salt Lake, Weber. Utah.
Cache, .Sanpete. Sevier and Jimb
counties, as well as several smaller
conntlen of the atate. Tho Wilson
wave that Is sweeping the conrjtn
has reached Utah and ho will carry
tho state by a large plurality.
T. F. Thomas, Democratic countv
chairman I have never been in doubt
about thu certainty of Democratic
success In this couilty and every de
velopment hns strengthened my orig
inal hellcf. A careful canvass of
every block iu overy voting district
In Salt Lake City and county gives
us a plurality of the at might Demo
cratic votca In the county, without
figuring at all on the doubtful vote.
This doubtful vote. I am convinced,
will be largely Democratic. A con
Hcrvative estimate of our strength
makes the Democratic plurality In
this county at not Ich than 2000
voteu and it will probably be more.
Wesley j. "Walton, Progressive
stato chairman Tt is hard to esti
mate to what extent tho Roosevelt
landslide will woep Utah. Tho land
slide J certain and Colonel RoosevHl
will be oleoted president. In Utah.
It hafi ben impossible for us to or- 1
ganlzc In every county, or to make !
an active canvass In nil pectjons of I
the fltate, Howovor. wo arj assured
of much support, even where wo arc
unorsanlzod. Wc will carry eight or
ten of the larger counties of the
.state, including Salt Lks and Weber
counties, and c will divide tho legis
lature with th Democrat. Tho Re
publican are hopflefj.lv beaten. The
Roosevelt o'e In Utah will prow
lak" II '1 Ji'ir', t':ur h(i nf i, r '
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Progressive county ticket will be
elected by a suhHtantlal plurality.
We have an active and effective 1
untcer organization that will bring
out the voters.
POISON MYSTERY IS
DEEPENED BY DEATH
DENVER. Nov. With the death of
.lohn Laverson-Cower. an English capi
talist, at Colorado Springs last night, the
mystery surrounding tho supposed pois
oning of seven persons at the Mary Mur
phy mine, nar Buena Vista, two weolis
ago has deepened. Five deaths already
huvo occurred among persons who ate In
the boarding house October SI.
George E. Collins, general manager of
the mine, declared that the Investigation
by physicians of food eaten at the board
ing house disclosed no tracos of pto
Attacked by Suffragottec.
"LONDON. Nov. 4. The homo secre
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