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: THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 5, 19 12 ; 9
Jffi ME HELD
jj Il JUflY
'sDKan(i His Wife Declared
Bpe the Murderers of
'vM Sophia Singer..
w tlie Slain VVoman
Spares Story of the
M Couple False.
SoSiriatlonal News Service.
nfrMifln Nor. 4. Following the
''hio tho grand jury of -h'',l.r,,:s
a: .ft; Kramer, alius Charles lx.(.ou-SiMi-li
diver and parachute J"P'
tWk. wiff. liill;an Heatriec Kicall
WCrnmer, burlesque actress, lion
a wKd ?nakc charmer, rodny for the
ajMnf Mifs Sophia Gertrude Singer,
:tHiftre hrircw on 1 he night of Mon
ti LKbber 28. ihc police udo prcpn-
BtO tenr Kramer's pica of self dc
w pieces. .
f JKraiiier and his wife testified
aL'fcjroncr's inquiry into tho mtir
ftlfch was held during tho day.
t-V repeated his confession to the
n . ftjlist Saturday, making only a
feuEir corrections. He testified that
tKi tbc Baltimore heiress in self
SKftlonly after sho had attacked
fW& a door knob "billy" and a
..jjTBptis confession to the police he
K hi? wifo from any and all
i Kod with tho attack which rc
nBn Miss Singer's death.
UiEiSod is my judge, I did not in
7Kkill her,' I struck her only in
j-j!!ftusc when she rushed at me with
-i?arirl the razor," he dramatieal
:" Hfttd at ono point.
t H to explain wliy ho had bouud
'Breed Ins victim after he had
3Kcr in the head with the billy,
S Wtsid the blow on the head only
her and she begun screaming,
artiften took tho rope which I had
in from the yard earlier in
wwfor the purpose of stringing
iitKs the clothes closet, and tied
nfeKds and logs with it," he said.
was then asked if he had
jfcs further to say. He offered
3?JHa sorry it occurred. I also ain
ip ijjftr Hif Slugcr's mother, and for
afttten, her sweetheart who loved
hM love my wifo," he said.
Cramer on Stand.
Kramer was called to the stand
jUS you correct Mr. Kramer's,
3'jSsany detail!" Deputy Coroner
cjQiwy asked her
Jjjjwin't Bee any changes in it,"
UWBpr the trouble Mr. Kramer
W wto stay and sec it through, but
iftfroid of what might happen,"
iniied. "J waited in the kitch
nt'iftj'thc trouble was over and then
g-aKvKrBincr's request, hurriedly
;a fft; house by the rear door with
ah wR? nnolph Worthen, fiance of
jtHP woman, was tho next witness.
'9 's3 Singer had ever
..M''hlin, as declared bv Kramer
SB;Wife. lie alo declined false
sc&ftfr Eory tD,lt 'lss Singer W:IS
10 SV om,lm ancl whisk v.
"pllowing was the verdict of the
ai M?J'na that Sophia Singer came
rfl'Bgcath from strangulation. "We
.Bnpulation with an act of vio
jtiW$ ciii''iitted, with intent to
dby ouc Charles Newton Kramer,
SwBi -v' :lsti3lC(1 ln' his wife, Lil
gtiWcatrlco fiyall-Conway 7 rain
ed &Mr a room on said prcni
BySn Indiana avenue, at
-TWtaO p. m., October 20. AVe
mJm recommend that, the J-aid
atBii vt0" Kr:11cri alias t'onwny.
VM1?" Bpnlrco Iiynll Kramer, be
afiBjtne urand jury on a charge of
iteflflKuntil discharged by duo pro-
Mk ? Pleasure to tell you thai
PHain's t Cough Remedy is the
H1 mcdicino I have over used,'
4MRrfl- Hugh Campbell of Avonia,
n waavo used it with all in.v cliil
H tlio results have boon highly
Hr3; l'or nalo bv all dealers,
Would Form, Fester
Itching and Burning,
n."My trouble of nkln
lcrely a.s a niah on roy faco
it grow ami kept gottlni?
or'i until largn 6rab
pould form, fester and
break. This m JiiHt. on
tho ono Mdo of my face,
hut it koon scattered to the
other Milo. 1 suffered a
Brat tlcjil especially at
night on account of Jts Itch
ing and burning. I would
scratch It nnd of couren that
' much. This ru.h wai on
Jout two yean lomclliuea
worsts and rormlng lorRer
nio from Bleeping day or
jph of months. My faco
ul. and I Trasfilmostasliamcd
cd mo to try Cutlcura Soap
intment. I would bat ho my
titer and n lot of Cutlcura
rould put on tho Cutlcura
Iwi tlian tv:o days' tlmo.
d Inflammation bad almoit
ered, nud In four wceUs
I not seo any or the rash.
without a spot or any kind,
for my tCalp and imlr. They
nnletcly." (Signed) Mias
. Feb. 0, 1013.
P nnd Cutlcura OIntmentaro
tho -world. Lllwral sample or
.Ith 32.p. 8k!n Boole. Ad
iced men should ns Cutlcura
250. Bumplo free.
RESULT RESTS IN HANDS
OF THE COUNTRY'S VOTERS
(Continued from Page One.)
Prohibitionists, directed party workers
to L'Ot out a full vote.
All the partv ma lingers renewed thoir
confident predictions of success but all
emphasized the vccvssily of keeping up
the fight until the polls arc closed.
Joseph li. Davics sent out a warning
lo Dcniocrals i.rging them not to be
led astrny by ovcr confidcncc.
"I am convinced," said Mr. Duvics.
"that Vv'oodrow Wilsin will win the
greatest political victory the United
States has known in fifty years. "
David V. Mulvane, in estimating the
T.i ft vote in advance, said that the
president would get .'115 electoral votes
and Wilson I!12 electoral votes. In no
dilion Mulvane lists 84 as doubtful.
Medill Mcforniick asserted that a
Progressive landslide had started and
that Colonel Kooscvelt would be elect
Chairman Jones of the Prohibition
pnrtv vnid tho Prohibition cause had
received thousands of recruits from tnc
"pilent" vote of tho country.
The Socialists expect to double the
Socialist 's poll of four years ago, and
several leaders insist tho" Socialist vote
will be tripled.
"Telegraphic and lonn distance tele
phone reports from Republican state
chairmen in the western states," said
Diroctor Mulvnnc. "showed extreme
activity for the last day of the cam
paign. "All the reports received today ex
press confidence for President Taft's
4A large percentage of voters ap
parently arc undecided as to how. they
will vote. It is expected that this vote
will go very largely against a change
in political conditions.
"The Progressive party 's statement
that there are grnvo indications of an
attempt tn defraud the members of the
party, in itself is a confession of weak
ness! It is merely paving the way for
an explanation of the defeat which the
Roosevelt, party sees staring it in the
Whilo returns from the normally Re
publican states ,f Michigan, Illinois.
Ohio, Pennsylvania. Town, Minnesota
and Kansas, states which Progressives
and "Democrats claim this year, will be
eagerly awaited; party leaders are also
uncertain as to tho outcome in several
Now Kngland states. This is a condi
tion unknown in a presidential year
since 1892. Xew York, as usual, is
i claimed by rival managers.
IN EMPIRE STATE
NEW YORK. N'ov. -1 Activity anion?
detective forces and political headquar
ters totlav to prevent fraud and disbar
Illegal voters from the polls tomorrow
lent excitement to tlic concludinK day of
tho campaign In New York city.
The oltv and state were the theater
for a lively end to the thrco-cornored
KUbernntorlal light today, the three can
didates and their respective speaking
staffs tourlnp the city and outlying
counties for dozens of meetings.
Tlic Democratic state hcadquartern and
Tnmmany hall confidently claimed vic
tory tonight foe Representative William
Sulzcr. Democratic candidate for gover
nor. William Barnes, Jr., chairman of
the Republican state committee, declared
the Republican ticket, headed by Job E.
Hedges, would win by 40,000, and Pro
gressive leaders said thero would bo a
landslide In the state for Roosevelt and
tho Progressive state ticket.
Pollc Dnpn Rarlv.
r j -
The polls will open at C o'clock and
close ai o o'clock. Earliest returns are
expected from Buffalo and Erie county
and other up-state sections where vot
ing machines are used, and the trend
of these reports la expected to glvo nn
Indication of the results In the state.
The Progressive national headquarters
Issued a statement today notifying voters
that police could be called upon by any
citizen lo enforce the laws at the polling
plnces. In support of ' this contention,
George W. Perkins made public a letter
from Police Commissioner Waldo stat
ing that the authority of the police was
ample to cover any Irregularities at the
Alleged to Be False.
J. D. Brltt, president of the board of
elections, addressed a letter today to Dis
trict .Wtorncv Whitman calling upon him
to take legal action agalnft William J.
RurnH. tho detective commanded by
Colonel Roosevelt to ferret election
frauds, for tho publication of an adver
tisement alleged to bo "false and mis
leading." , ,
The advertisement offered JoOO roward
for Information leading o tho conviction
of persons who attempted to vote -lepallv.
A list of places from which Il
legal repinininviii' nun
glv.Mi. and U w.ip staled that six months
residence In tho rounly was nnce.JMary. I
The bonrrl nf elections states that the
lnw requires hut fur months' residence,
honco tho Hiargo thst tho advertisement
Is "false mid misleading'
At BnrnR's offM It was said If nnj
misstatement had been made It had been
CMH-ADO. Nov. 4 Betting odd lo
nlht favor the Democratic national tick
et and the Rpuhllcan stale ticket to
carrv Illinois, with tho Progressive na
tional ticket n cloec second.
Hoy O. Wflst, Republican stnte ehalr
n.Hii, smld President Tan and governor
Deneen would have plurality or 1. '5.000.
Arthur W. Charles Democratic chair-
man. predicted that Wllpon and Edward
K Dunn-, Democratic candidate for gov
ernor, would win by a tremendous ina-Jorltx-
Me sahl Unit the Democrats
would elect twenty of tho twcnly-scvcn
congressman. . . ,
CMiauncnv Dewey, Progressive Pluto
chairman, "predicted a plurality of more
than ir.0.000 for RooRovHt and that Frank
FI. Funk, Progressive candidate for go -iM-nor.
would run abend of Colonel Room
vf.lt. Indications tonight pointed to a
heavy Socialist vol".
TOfEKA. Kan.. Nov. t.-runnual un
certainty was tht- most evident Po "?
Hon condition In K.iiifiih tonight
r o"e of one of the m:-t Intense coinnnlKiis
In y"frs. The niml stalwnfiit of each
chairman wn n. prediction or victory for
his party, but o mnny new fa.-tors have
"tilerofl Info the campnlgn that experl
nnred politicians hesltatn lo male c alnw
All agree that an exceptionally heavy
VOThetlnglModdH favor the Democratic
national tlckt. but are even on the state
"lekftt and the conteit tor United States
KCTher'women have made a strenuous
ficht to enrrv the constitutional amend
ment to glvo them full suffrage.
CLEVELAND. Nov. .-President Taft
Client the last day before I-ction In a
lolaurrlv trip Herons hit homu state, ad
dressing crowds In more than a dozen
cities and tonight reached hln home city,
whore tomorrow he will cast his -ballot.
Lender of each of the three imrllw
..are. making clnlmB of v etorv tonight
tdovernor Itarmon, returning hero fron
3 Columbus to voto, expressed his conMc-
Hon that Govninor Wllcon would curry
the state and said he believed Taft
would be second.
Both the Democrats aiul Republicans
claim they will lect n mujorlty of the
congj-esslonal delegation. I'lircsiilvc
csiiidldalcx for congrefn ontorHl tho ileld
In only a few nioru than half the con
Almost equal to the liiterent In the
rr.;ldeni;il election hre Im the conl-st
ror conKrws in the First dlntilut be
tw eeu NIi'IiuIhs IyOngwfirth, Bepubllciiii
candidate, .von. In-law or Colonel Roose
velt, ami the Democratic candidate.
Stanley E. Bowdlc, an attorney, a mem
ber or tlio recent constitutional conven
tion. 7. F. Andrews Is Hits Progroolve
DES MOINES. Ia.. Nov. A. Political
meetings were held tonight In various
parts of Iowa. An unusually large vote
In the cities was predicted ror tomorrow
becauso of Indications that the weather
would be fatr.
PHOENIX. Ariz.. Nov. Arlr.ona poli
ticians on the eve of the first national
o'ecHon In which the new state will
participate were of single belief. "Wil
son: that's all." summarized their state
ments and opinions.
The constitutional provisions providing
for th! recall of Judge" and permitting
the state to engage In Industrial pursuits
Hoem certain of adoption, while woman
suffrage appears likely to bo defeutcd.
HELENA. .Mont.. Nov. t. Candidates
of the various parties tired tonight the
Inst verbal volley preparatory to the bat
tle, of ballots In Montana tomorrow. In
dications that t,hc vote on several state
offices will be close arousal the leaders
to final efforts at rallies throughout the
state. It Is Indicated that the initiative
measures limiting campaign expenses and
providing for senatorial and presidential
preference and direct primaries will pass.
PORTLAND. Or.. Nov. With street
meetings In tho larger cities of the state,
the campaign of 1012 eamo to a close
late tonight. Speakers advocating wom
an snfrrngu and appealing In behalf or
the various' candidates for United States
senator were most In evidence, the presi
dential campaign having virtually cloBcd
For tomorrow the weather bureau pre
DENVER. Colo.. Nov. 4. With thirty
two Initiated and referred bills and con
stitutional amendments to be voted upon,
In addition to eight stale and congres
sional tickets. It is expected that voting
and counting the returns In Colorado will
A feature of the campaign has been a
bitter personal light on James B. Pearcc.
secretary of stute. who Is a candidate
for re-election on the Democratic, ticket.
One of tho Initiated measures provides
for state-wide prohibition. A vigorous
campaign on both sides of this Issue has
RENO. Nev., Nov. t. At the close of
the campaign tonight Democratic lead
ens claim the state for Wilson, Plttman
for the senate and Tallman for congress.
The Republicans make no claim for
Taft. but Insist Massey and Roberts will
bo elected for United States senator and
congressman, respectively. Tho Progres
sives claim the state ror Roosevelt. The
total vote In the state will be approxi
DETROIT, Nov. 1. A recent state su
preme court ruling barring a candidate
from a place on the ballot Ir ho Is en
rolled under tho name of another party.
Is one or the most discussed Issues of
thhc closing oT the Michigan campaign.
Several Progressive candidates who en
rolled berorc the new party was formed
have neglected to change their enroll
ment. The ballots bearing their namos
have been printed and If they are elected
It Is expected their election will be con
tested In the courts.
There were several political rallies
throughout tho stato tonight as a con
clusion to a bitter campaign. None of
the party leaders would admit that hl3
ticket faced defeat.
BOSTON. Nov. 4. More than half a
million voters are expected to go to the
polls In Masrachusetts tomorrow. Pre
dictions of victory were made tonlKht by
the managers of the Progressives, Demo
crats and Republican parties.
MILWAUKEE. Wis.. Nov. I. With a
final appeal tonight for votes In many
localities throughout Wisconsin, party
managers were ready for tlic casting of
Women suffragettes have been ex
tremely busy during tho wlndnp of the
cnmpalgn In making appeals, both from
the rostrom and by advertisements In
newspapers, asking that tho voters sup
port the constitutional amendment per
mitting equal miff rape.
ST. LOUIS. Mo.. Nov. I. D. C. Mc
! dune, chairman or the Democratic state
committee, declared on the eve or the
election that the Democratic national and
state tickets would win bv a plurality
ranglnc from 100.000 to liiO.000, and that
fifteen of the alxtpcn congressmen would
R. F- Bcasell. chairman of the speakers'
burenu of the Progressive slate commit
tee. In a detailed prediction, gave Boose
v'elt .112.55811: Wilson. 200.5SS, and Taft.
f'2.250; .-iCHtterlug. 20.000.
The following statement was made by
P. .1 Hills. Republican ..stale chairman:
"Any attempt to give figures In this
campaign would be mere cuesswork. Our
reports show that tho Republican ticket
will receive the crreater part of tho 'silent
vole." and, if this Is correct, wo will
carry Missouri by a handsomo plurality. '
OddN or 2 to 1 were offered today that
Wilson will carry the state.
NEWARK. N. J- Nov. - I. The cam
paign closed tonight with Hiieeenos in
Pnlerson and Passaic by Governor Wil
son. Dfinocr.it s. Republicans and Pro
greHslvci all claim the stato for thoir na
tional candidates. Registration Is not
quite as heaw n In 1008. but Indications
are that a record vote will be cast. The
Democrats claim tho state for Wilson by
p'o.noo or more plurality. The Reubllcnn
Inidors clve no estimates.
CHEYENNE. Wye. Nov. I. -Never In
the hlstorv of tho state has a national
cnmpalgn closed with such Intense ex
citement as that of tide year.
Business In Cheyenne Is prnctlcally sus
pended tonight and groups throne tho
utreel? discussing the results of tomor
row. Republicans and Democrats both
held well-attended me-tlnps tonlcht,
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 4. California
for Roosevelt and Johnson by 30.000. for
Wilson and Marshall by 2ft;000, were the
predictions or rival campaign managers
on the ev or tho election. Tho result lies
with the women voters. ;
Professional predictions apart. It. was
tho best opinion of politicians of all par
ties that' the addition of La Follcttc and
Taft strength to the normal Democratic
vote, bv reason of tho Inability or Taft
supporters to vot ror Taft electors In
this state, would make lh contest ex
tremely close -so close that any decided
preference for one candidate or the other
; on the part of the women would awing
. Jfie stnte And there nvc no past per
i yormancos on which to enthnnto that
preference, for this Is tho first year
women In California have votod for presi
SEATTLE, Wash.. Nov. L Even
mony was being ofrred tonight on
RoosfVelt and Ernest Lister, Democratic
candidate for governor, carrying tho
stnte agnlnat the field. Rain had been
expoctwi, lienc. political managers do not
coinplHin of th weiit her rorecut. Thu
slate ballot Is forty by thirty Inches in
ateo and will be difficult to vote and
count. Polls are open rrom ft to S In
Incorporated cities; from 0 to 7 In unin
Lister addre?Ked Democratic meetings
In Tacoma and Seattle tonight. Hodcc.
Progroaalvf candidate for governor, spoke
here. Rain (onteht Interfered sadlv with
Socialist curbstone orators and will dis
courage, street meetings tomorrow.
SIOUX FALLS. S. D.. Nov. 4. On the
eve of the election In South Dakota, the
Wilson ami RooHevdt managers claimed
their party was sure to carry tho state
tomorrow. The Roosevelt leaders assert
they will have S0O0 majority. The fact
that there are no Taft electors on the
ticket add? complications to tho situa
tion, na nome or the Tart leaders have
b...en urging the Taft men to vote for
ST. PAUL, Nov. t. II. T. Halbert.
chairman of the state Progressive cen
tral committee, places Colonel Roopc
vcll's plurality in Minnesota at 60,000,
while Martin O'Brien, chairman of the
state Democratic central committee, says
Wilson's plurality will be above 25,000.
The Taft managers have Issued no au
ALBUQUERQUE. N. M., Nov. -I.On
the eve or New Mexico's first presiden
tial election Indications are for a total
voto tomorrow r rrom 10,000 to 15.000,
or 20.000 below the voto a year ago In
the llrst state election.
Betting tonight favora Wilson and II.
B. Fcrugson, Democratic nominee for
congress, 2 to 1. The cleanest election
In the state's history Is promised.
INDIANAPOLIS. Ind . Nov. 1. Prep
arations for the election in Indiana have
been completed, nnd. according to patty
managers, the largest vote ever cast In
the state will he polled.
Governor Marshall. Democratic vice
presidential candidate, will receive the re
turns in tho state capltol. A wire has
been strung Into the office of his secre
tary and from there the returns will be
carried into the governor's private office.
Mrs. Marshall and other ladles will be
In the party.
NASHVILLE. Tcnh.. Nov. 4. Pro
gressives tonight pinned their hope of
carrying Tcnnctsoc for Roosevelt tomor
row to tho serious split In the Democratic
ranks over state Issues J. B. Morion.
Democratic stale chairman, predicted
Wilson would carrv the state by- '10,000,
and .7. S. Beasley, Republican Chairman,
conceded the state to the Democrats by
PHILADELPHIA. Nov. I. All Is In
readiness for the opening or the polls to
morrow throughout this state. Party
manngers expect ncativ a million and a
quarter votes will be cast before the bal
lot boxes arc closed at 7 p. m. Tho cam
paign continued up until the last mo
ments. Democrats, Progressives and Re
publicans holding noonday and night
meetings. All three parties tonight rc
llerated their claims to victory. Elab-
WILL HE TICKER
Arrangements Completed to
Serve Governor Wilson
With Election Returns.
PRINCETON. N. .T., Nov. 4. Gover
nor Wilson will receive the election re
turns here tomorrow night 'through the
saino telegraph instrument that ticked
off victory to G rover Cleveland in 1892.
Commodore E. C. Benedict, a life long
friend of Grover Cleveland, sent a mes
senger to Governor Wilson today with
the historic instrument and tho nominee
had it installed.
"Comniodoro Benedict tolls me that
he and Mr. Cleveland were playing crib
bagc the night of the oiection" Gover
nor Wilson said, "and Mr. Cleveland
complained that the ticking of tho tele
graph instrument annoyed him and in
terrupted the game.5'
The governor will have with him at
his home tomorrow only tho members of
his family and his younger brother, Jo
seph K. Wilson.
"The case is mado up and it is not
necessary to say anything further, J
was the governor's only pre-election
Governor Wilson forgot his lacerated
scalp todaj' and continued with his cor
respondence. He said he -was not both
ered hy the injury received yesterday
when ho was knocked against the roof
of tho closed motor car in which ho was
A few photographers sought a pic
ture of tho govornor with Clio narrow
strip of plaster across his partly shaven
"No, no, certainly not," was the gov
ernor's answer, and nobody got tho pic
ture. The govornor planned to leavo at
1:12 p. m. for Passaic and Pntorson, N.
.1.. whero he speaks tonight, winding up
Capt. William .T. Donald, tho Texas
ranger and bodyguard of the governor,
who also was shaken in tho motor mis
hap and slightly bruised, was ready to
accompany the governor on his trip.
orate preparations are bclne mado to pre
vent fraud at tho polls. Special orders
were given tho police and a detective
agency today brought moro than 100 op
eratives to this city to Investigate re
ported fraudulent registrations.
BOISE, Ida., Nov. 4. The night before
election finds Idaho closing the most in
tense campaign in her history. Every
Inch of ground bus been hard fought,
the Republicans having been especially
active because of the double fire on thorn
hy the Dcmo'crats and Progressives. The
result on president Is In doubt, with the
chances favoring Wilson.
TRIBUNE RACING FORM CHART
ComplIM br P. CUrJt. PublUhtd br Mr. P. Bt. D. Stotir.
C. C. Hopper, PrcatdtDC Judce. H. Morrlioy, Start,.
IiAGOON, Utnh, Monday. .N'ovoinbor i, 1511. Twenty-fifth day. Wcathor clcnr- Trick muddy.
-1 nOQ i-'IltST nACR FIrn furlongs. Selllnir. Thrfe-year-olds .ind uprard. Net value lo wln-l-J-0
nor 00. second J3n, tlilnl JIG.
lndox. IforaeT Wt. St. j i V Sir. Fin. Jockey. Op. ci.
J51S Zlnknnd, 6 109 5 7773 2 Cn T?i Tl non I S
MM Burnett, n 10.'. 1 .... 3n 4 h B 3 1 firoth 12 13
U63 Auto G'lrl, 3 10.. 2 .... 2h 3 j; Rn 32 FortyUl 2 E-3
1511 Rn- nb-.in. n 103 i .... IK 2 M 3 1 4 2 Pauley 4 9-2
li2 Clnrn V.'.. i IDS fi .... 114 .11 In 5 Flictier 2 a
K.07 Oiicuro. 4 10S R .... 7 15 fi S C i fi 1 11111 10 IR
12G7 Su-i.nn F., C ftO S .... S 8 S 7 i hues C
137 Joe Mo.-er. a 110 7 .... S li 7 7 Ittddln l; 13
At pout U minute. OfT nt 2:29. Tlme--:25, :J2, M 3-5. Zlnkand 2 pUce. 1 liow.
nurnoll C plncc. 2 nhow. (llrl 2-5 how. Winner bll: r. by Bannoctfburn LIzilo II. II. Trained
by J. Nell. Scratched. SOI Dolt Mftlter. 109. Standing tart sood. Won driving, second wme,
third eimlly. Htsli price. Olrl 3, Susan S. Winner entered for 1100. No bid. OvenrelGM. Joo
Monrr 1. Clam W. 3. KlnVauri enmc very slronK In the stretch, lasted It out -s-rell. nuranll abut
off on tho far turn, finished Rimoly. Auto Olrl hunt; on very jramelr. Clara W. was running
well nt tho elRhth pole, ahn got a bump, knocking her out of ll.
1 00 SKCOND RACK Futurity course. Selling. Tbreo-yenr-olds and upward. Net value
JJ to winner f:00. second 133, third J15.
Index. Horse. Wt. St. VI M M Str. Fin. Jockey. Op. CI.'
15IS Klnc Uar, 3 101 7 .... 3 2 3 2 1 l4 1 firoth 3.2
1610 Alio Slupskey, 1 111 3 .... 22 1 2 3 224 Itosen R
nr. No Quarter, a Ill S .... 5 2 -It 5 214 S 3 Flchtr R 12
1S2I Molw. t 107 S .... 7 h 6 IVi 4 i 12 HIM 4 3
I.MK I,. lliurUou II.. a.. 101 1 .... 15 2 1 2 t o Zj Forxrtn 3 J3-5
Va tamberOiu. a 110 2 .... I I'.i fi 2 6 3 m Klddl" R 7
IIS- Onld Point. 3 107 I .... 6 7 2 7 3 7 3 O'nrlen 4 S
JlTompo Stand.. 3....10i 5 8 S S 8 W. Oargan 20 30
At pol. U minute. Off at 2:55. Time :25, :52 1-S. l:l 4-6. Mar 2 plaeo, 1 show.
Slupfdicy 3 plnrc. 3-2 show. Quurtor 5-i nho-v. Winner ch. r.. hy Rnnnockburn Klns's Iidy
Trained hy .1. J. Golden. Somlchcd. 150S Ormondo Cunnlnngbam, 107; 1510 Oahlcrcn. 10S; lf23
I-awn. 102: 1R2I Narll. 107. Standing tart KOOd. Won easily. nccond nnd third mido. IIIkIi
price. Lear 5. MarrUon 11. S. Winner entered for JIJ0. No bid. Ovontelgbt, Lamhartha S,
Point 3. Standard 3. Kins lcar moved Into the lead on th turn for homo, Klnnlnj; rpitle
e.iHlly at the finish. Abe Slnpnlccy tired In the soIiir. No Quarter cam from the rear, loo
Harrison stopped icry badly.
.1 C?n T1IIHD RACK PIT and a half furious-. Selling. Thro-year-olds and upward. Net
IJJJ valuo to winner $:00. second 135. third 115.
f nd exT " Ilorte. Wt. SU 'u K K Str. Fin. Jotlccy. Op. CI.
U3) The FAd.' 3 UK 1 .... 15 In 15 In P. Nlcol C 3
1H7 Pen Greonleaf. 4. ..Ill .' .... SI R 3 4 3 2 251 Rlddl 5 5
1491 Hen Stono. n Ill i .... I !j 3 Hi 2 2 3 4 Tautcy H-2 3
ISH I'lekanlnnj. I Ill 5 .... 6 3 f. 'i 5 2 4 2U Mil 8 10
(I51S) Ir. Neufer, 3 107 t; .... 3 11 2 2 3 2 ( I A. Murray R-2 3
(.'.l?l Salvase. a HE 2 .... 21 41 fi2 fi4 Tlschsr 4 '!
1607 Abou nd. 4 ..112 7 .... 7 7 7 7 13. Upland i 1 1
Corrected weight. The Fid IIS.
At pojt 2 minute. Off at 3:2U. Tim" 24 3-5, 11 4-5. 1.13 1-5. Fad -R pllte. .1-S
show. Grrenleaf 2 place. 1 show. Stono l-I aliO'V. Winner cb. p. by Woolilhorpe rahton
ahln. Trained by I). W. Kcllcy. Scratched. 1523 AmnJo, 110: 14?? Spleen. If; IMS Sir Bsny.
Ill: 1SJ4 Billy Myor, 105: 1191 Autumn Rom. 110. Standing start Rood. Won easily, second handi
ly, third ranlly. MrIi price. 6tono 7-2. Winner entered for K0O. No bid. OvTnrelsht. Fad a.
Abound I. Tho Fad thoroughly at hom In tho Kolnp. he jlgiapgd tn front of Ben Greenlftf
at the paddock sate. nn Oreenleaf phut off At tht half mllo Rround. then tired In the etw
lnp stride. Den Ston bothered at same tlmo as Greenletf. Nmifrr iult badly an eighth
- -3 1 I'OPUTH RACfC One mil". Sll!n. 7hre-year-oM.i and upward. Net valu to -xln-1
D J 1 ner $235. second 10. third iZh.
Index! "lonifl.. , vT St7 Vt H K Str. Fin. Jockoy. Op. CI.
"lUS Jack o' Lantern, a. .103 2 22 2 13 1 314 I n Fomyth 10 In
1SI3 Myceone. 3 0 6 R3 f. m 3 1, 3 2V4 - 0 Fauley 3 4
(1B10) Mapdadero, 3 102 1 II lb 4 2 2'i 3 h Oioth 13-ft 11-5
IMS Discontent. 4 110 7 7 7 7 Mi li Rtddlo . 4 3
1SI3 Miami, fi 103 r, 3h 3 Hi 4 4 4 2 5 n Cavanauth . ,., 5 3I-R
1512 Zoroaster, S 1C. 3 t kl Sli6 6 10 Hanovor 13
U13 Hudud. 3 IPS 4 4 114 4 n i 2'j 7 7 Hill 10 20
At" post W mlnut. Off at 3:31. Time :2 3.R, :3i 3-B, l;20 1-t, J -.50 1-5. Lantern 3
ploc, 7-5 show. Myrenat 7-5 ploce, 7-10 phov. Mnndadeio 1-3 ho-. Winner b. c. by llar
vy Harbor LueUn. Trained by O. U RrooUs. Standing start goo J. Won driving, second ealv.
tlilrd drlvlnp HlRh prlc, Mndadrro 3, Zoroaster 15. Wlnnsr entered for JICO. No bid.
OrcrwelKlit. Phtontent I, Miami 2. Jack o' Lantern rau kurprlslosly well In the joins' today,
taklmc lha lead at tho half and Just did lsl nut. Mycenao rlosed strnns the final quarter
Manij'drto hung afler showlni; good foot. So did Miami. Ulicontent cama roluttly thi latt
, r-i- FIFTH RACK Onn mile and twmty yardi. Hslllnc. Threyir-oIrts and upward. Net
Ijji vlne to winner iS. second tii. Ihltd 115.
Index! Horte. WtT St. M V, K Str. Fln jockey". Op. Ct.
"lMO TCeep "MovJue. a . ..Ml 3 31 2. h 3 li 2 2 1-4 Rosen 8 8
1M7 Mike Don I in. M ?i S 2 2 S 3 34 2 H Mil 10 20
ISjo 0.wM R., S UK 1 I 14 I : In J Vi 3 W. Melntyr ... 3-S 6 S
I4v, Allermath. a 107 2 I 7 21i 7 3 7 3 4 1 Groth R 10
l:i Mono Iak. 3 110 R 7 2H, X S CI Rtddl- 10 1;
KM Onatawa. a 10" S 1H 6 h 5 4 1J Imt S 4
1RJO Voladay Jr.. 101 fi 1 2 4 3 h t 2 fell Taulty C
IIK Whlddea. IPS 7 t Sh 2'i .1 4 fell A. Murray 7 3
' At fi' '4 minute. Off at 4:15. Tim :Zi 1-J, :K 4-5. 1 :tl 3-5, 1:M, I:t5 1-5. Morlna:
4 place 2 ahon'. Portlln S ptaf". 4 show. Oswald 1-S ehow. Winner h. m. by Yankee L Talk.
Trained by J. Haxeltlnc. Scratched. Jt2l R'atrlc Souln. Ill; 1527 Plamonl Ruckle. W. l&U Mls
rictilr 101 St-mdlnc start koo1. Won drlvtns, seeond unw. ttlrd astly. Hlsh rrlee. Movlnc
10 Oswald 2. Attwrmath 12. Winner "ititered for 1200. No bid Overwelpht. Oswald 1. Vpjaday
1 ' loko I. Kep Movlnc forced the Imuo and stood It out th earnest. Mlka Ponlla fouihl It
out all Hip last eighth. Oswald II. led until within a hundred yards from home. He tt
Iho ho'V beraus" Voladay Jr fell about Kn feet from the wtr. when h was closlnt; fast oa
the outside. Whlddn ramo along and fell over Voladay Jr.
- piXTH RACK Five furlongs, fiellin:. Thr-yar-olda and upward. Net value to wtn
nee 1KM. eond 12S. third 115.
Indey. Horse. WU St. T V4 A. Str. Fin. Joskey. Op. CI.
1510 Dorian I'rlnce, a....i0 fi 777! Ti" Ph 1 21i 1 2'i Rosen 7-2
IM1 l'retty Soon, 2 101 3 .... 2 ! t 514 2 4 2 2V4 Mil 4 5
H53 cui 1 lot 9 .... 7 34 R S 3 t 3 IS Haoover 6 10
1K1 Alsxlc. S If 4 .... 3 i 5 3 4 4 4 h Flschtr . 20 0
1IS7 Helen N., J 101 8 ... S 8 4 5 3 S li Forsyth S-2 ll-i
1521 Gibson, a 1M Mi 7 12 8 2 I O'Rrlsn S IS
MOi Vivian Van. 5 109 7 .... R 4 4 n 7 4 7 5 rauly . 10 10
1193 Delona. 4 104,- . I .... 9 f A t W. Garcan 3 5
aS Uor. l.dgq. 6.. ..169 ' 2 .... 1 1 fell Groth 3 2
A- pet 14 minute. Off at 4.40. Time :Si. :2 1-6. 1:07 PTlne S-i plae, 7-10
show Soo'i 7. place. 1 shoe;. Calls. 2 show. Winner elu g. by Uorlan bona Princess. Trained
by D Tarker Hemtrhed. U13 Ed FlU Qerald. 101 Standing atari aood for all but rails
Won easlh s"ond aud third same. High price. Palls 12 Alsle M. Van 15. Ldsett 4. Winner
rut -re. l' HOO No bid 0etwlgbt, l'rlncn 4 Call 1 Dorian Prince took the lead on
Ktretch iwn h'h t fl-ld safe at the flnl.'h Prnttv Soiin loe up all the way. Calls from
, bad t.-esk ran a swell race. Dorothy Ldgtl fell on the far turn
TAFT MIKES S FEW
ADDRESSES II 01
Talks of Farmers' Bank Plans
to Crowds Who Turn Out
to Greet Him.
P.UNESViLLE. O., Xov. -I. Crowds
today flocked about Prosidont Taft's
private car at Wcstflcld, N. Y., And
Couneivut, 0., and Ashtabula ns hn
passed through on his way to Cincin
nati to vote tomorrow. Tho president
made short addresses, but declined to
Tu his speech hore tho president
pokc of prosperity and tho proposed
"I want to congratulate yon." ho
said, "on every evidence th'.t I see of
the prosperity that ia spread throucb
out your entire communit3.
"I could co into some flubje:t3 that
have come to yon recently, ospociailv
through your neighbor, Myron. T. II of
rick. who has delved into tho question
of increasing tho credit of the farming
community with a view to enabling
farmers to bettor equip their farms and
borrow moncv at a rate of from 4 to 5
per cent, instead of from 7 to S per
"One of the means of doiiig so is to
enable tho farmer to iret tho best equip
ment nnd the best machinery. They
cannot tlo it unless thoi borrow money
nt a lower rate of interest, and if wo
can by co-operative arrangemonts
among them make their security suf
ficient to attract capital at -l and 5
per ceut, it will be a tremendous bene
fit, not only to them, but to all tho
U. S. SMELTING IS FREE
FROM POOL HOLDINGS
Special to The Tribune.
BOSTON, Nov. For the first
time since the Globe bank failure, the
market for United States Smelting
stock is free from the existence of
pool holdings so that no large blot-ks
of stock arc hanging over it. The big
pool of about 80,000 shares located in
a leading banking house was dissolved
'about two years ago and the stock
taken up, but this was succeeded by
smaller pool?. It is statod that these
completely liquidated on the recent
advance- to .$50 per share and above
when the stock was all absorbed. The
way is now clear for uu advance in
price in response to the largo earn
ings and generally bright outlook for
The mother was in a rage because
some ono spoiled her best gown she
recovered herself and failed the Myers
Clcnning & Dyeing Co., spot removers,
114-10 Broadway. 'S phones. (Advertisement.)
I1EE USES FILL I
Muddy Track Responsible for
Accidents During the
(Oontlnuod from Preceding Page.)
1OT (Rutwrin, J to 1. irna; Wanda Pll tr. ll M
(Doyle). to 1, second: Clothe? Brush. I"?
(Msbtoi), f to I. third. Time, l:f0 4-Ju
Third r9. sen ftirlongr, mr Arae"a. H
Jeaka. lit (elemental. I to 2. won: Oceu Illi, H
ill (Flutwein. fi to S. teeotxl; Continental, 10' H
(MeCahey). I to 1. third. Time. 1:1!.
Fourth rxee. to rnlle-v steeplechase Cherish M
137 (Doyle). 4 to 1. won; George Kno. 127 H
(Uynne), f to 1. eond; Jtircrcnet. 1(S (Allen). H
to 1. third. Time. IIS
Fifth race, mile, purs Tartar. 11S (McCa.hyl. pH
7 to 19. oa: llarnegat. 104 (DutireU). 4 to 1
second: Strenuous, 1(6 (GUse), I id 1, third. H
Sixth nt'. mile ami one.elghtli. handicap H
Dlaekford. fC tnatwell), S to S. -cn: Oak
hurst. 102 (Teahann), 4 to 1. second; El Ora. H
110 (FalrbrothM). G tn 1. third. Time. l-.K.
Seventh race. At furlongs, pur Virile, jj; H
fMeTsggatt), I lo 1. won: Pamderlca. 109 H
(Clements), fl to 1. second; Abdon. 10 (Martin . H
20 to J. third. Tine. 1:01 2-S.
Jockey Kcllcy Dies.
DKNVEH. Nov. 4, Harry Kelly, ns;cd
26. and prior to 1903 woll Unown tlirougli
out the west as a Jockoy, died here to
day. Heart disease caused the death.
UNION PACIFIC TO TAKE
SAN PEDRO AT PROVO
Special to Tlic Tribune.
LOS ANGELES, Nov. -l.Word wa
received today from Denver by T. C.
Puck, general passenger agent, of the
Salt Lake Route, that tho llarri-ian
lines will build a "branch of tho Union
Pacific line from Wamsutter, Vyo..
through tho 1'intah basin to Provo,
striking tho Salt Lake- at that point.
This means that there will be a new
course to tho coast aud that trains will
come direct to Los Angeles and vill 'lot
touch at Salt Lake Citv as heretofore.
Tight Lacing Kills Actor.
Hy International Xcu? Scrice.
ST. JLOL'IS. Nov. 4. Tlf?ht oorsn
lacing caused the death of Joseph II Pen
nelln, an actor, who died at tho City hon
pltal three liours after i-ollanslnr; on th
stage of u vaudcvlllo theater. lc lui'1.
been u fcMtiuIe Imncrsonator for mnm
venrs nnd lately had bor-n growing stou
Phvslclans found that In his ofTorts t
present a woumnllkc llsurc he had laced
so soverclv that he had caused fatal in
juries to his kidneys.
Nortica Coming Into Port.
NOP.FOLK. Vti.. Nov I. With two
bulkhead: kceplnz her afloat, the Xoi
ivoglan fruit stenmer Xorucga. from
Ncwpot News to Vera Cruz. In tol'lsio?
with the Nnrwulan .saMim ship flenlu
at seo, Friday, was today under ronvoy
of tho battlcahlo Idaho and tho revenun
cuttor Otiomlnpo. north of Halt eras
slowlv iintklnfr for the Virginia Cipes
3veii women passengers have bce'i
transferred from the Nome? to th
OnondBKO. The steair.pr Is not In a sen ,
oua condition at Ihls time.
I This is the coal used to heat the tall- H
I est and greatest office building be- I H
I tween Chicago and the coast. I H
I j. The Walker I I
I K Bailk Building I
ISUHng. The latesL and most im- 1
HHIoSlIp. proved .heating system was 1
hHIIwOQb' i usl a 1 1 eci. Tho eugincci'S I
HBsBjyQHrsBl specified that the best coal yj
fsWrfflfflnPsOPrTM 011 innrct' ')c llRGC- 1
WsySlMittSM lL'Ht wns mado. The result 1
IBKfPHfTOjffl o this test was that Abcr- I
HrlsHfiHffH C'CCn 0U V1 C USCd I sssssssssl
I BBKyHWpl your next, ton of coal I
I feSJIiBi be ABERDEEN. Sold I
H A Starter For You I I
Mm Inter-Mountain Realty Company fl H
I IPI Suite 205 Templeton Bldg., Salt Lake City, Utah.