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H 14 THIS SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 7, 1013. ''1
I DEMOCRATS SECURE
I LEGISLATIVE GAIN
Hij Minority Party in Utah Will
Have Sixteen AAembers in
H' Lower House.
H: POUR WOMEN VICTORS
Anions Represenlalives Sev
ml cral -Veterans in Service
Hj Will Return to Duty.
Silicon Democrats have apparently
i l.rcn elected to inoinbcrhbip in the low-
'i or house of the stale legislature. Tin;
Tcsulr in several of the counties 13 so
close that, the result msiy not. be known
until tbu. udirinl returns arc cain-aod.
Hr .Mon of the sixteen Democrats 1cliovcd
to have boon elected, howovrr, appear
hitvc a afo Iciiil and the Democrats
H; may got another in Uintah county where
the'ro is a clove race between P., I). Ncb
v'r. Ocmocrat. and linos Hennion, lie
j i blican. Twcnty-o'tght and possibly
l.wnty-ninc l?iil,l''-tn members of the
ioner'hotic he been chosen,
In the last house the Democrats had
W" scm'ii scats so thur. the election gives
H, th'Mii a net gain of nine. The Domo-
erats. however, will lose their seats from
Hi iiunit and b'evier counties, where. Ifc
r publicans have been elected to succeed
H; Many New Faces.
H: Most of the members of the lower
)u iso will be now in the bod v. Fpcakor
l l Robinson, wbo'prcsidcd over that
hoi for the past two years, was not a
candidate for re-election, lie came from
l ache countv but thi year f'aeho will
be rciresenlcd by three Democrats.
From Salt linkc- county Daniel Meb'uo
tjs the only representative of legisla
tivf experience- who ww renominated.
Four womPti will be anions the rcpreMMi
H' talives of Salt IjitUc 1 county in the lower
H: lioue. Thev will be the first, women to
Hi ot mi 1 iv seats in the legislature for sev-
l John N. llenrie of Garfield and Wil-
ford Day of Jron will be among the few
m teran lnwjnnkors who will be. in the
legislature at the coming session.
Morris "On Deck."
ljaId II. .Morris, the Intrepid leader of
tl - lemocrnllc minority, whom "Wiisli-
fl locton lias boon pending to the lcKlsla-
tire, so Ion? (hut it liar, become a habit,
wis rr-cleeicd hikI will be seen again In
Hf 1 ,s favorite occupation of making trou-
j blc for tlie inujorltj". r R. Hammond.
1 Sr. wlio four years ago, with D. II.
Morrln. eonHtttntoil the entire Democratic
in'iiurlty. ban been scut back to the lcg
Islamic bv Grand county to join his old
1 ollengiro In the house. Samuel L. Page,
another okJ-tlmu Democratic law-maker,
w is re-cloetcI In Piute countv by a close
vunlrli. winning out by less than v. lo;:en
Hj ' II of Ihr nepubtienn candldatca for
stHtf f:ni'-le wr? eleetcil. There were
two close- contcatH for the .senate. "V.
S. MtniHen, in the b'lrst. defeated .lolm
j J', CliilslciiHon by :i finnll vote: and Dr.
Stool" Bailey was boiitfin In the Eighth
district by J. H. KdohUl by less than
Y.ow of the senators whoso term ex
BBh jlroJ this viir were candidates for rc-
H'l-tlon. W. S. Hansen of Briham,
John V. Thornley of Kaysvlllo and D,
O. Ittdcout of Klvr.Tton. who have been
elected to the senate, arc former nicm
1 bors of the lower house of the slate lc?-
Status of House.
Itotunis from all p.irtu of the .state so
far n:i reporter! laic hist night Indicated
Hl tie. election of the following members
j of tho lower house:
1 nepubllcans C. It. labcy, Davis
(Oimty; J, X. Hcitrle. Garfield; V.'llfonl
Day. Iron: C!eoige Joney, Juab; C. John
Sml tli. Kano; James A. Anderson, ilor
Kan. J. V. b'penccr. IUcJi: Dr. Jane Sitol
field, Anna il. Klnp. 'Annie Wcll.s Can
non. Edyth IClIerbcek Read, Clarence
Uambcrcr; M. II. Krlcbel, It. 1,. Judd,
Daniel MePac. David J. Coolcc. Clojido T.
1 Harncs, Salt .Lake. 1 1. C. ChrlKtetiHcn.
.Sevier: P. V, Marelvainp, Summit; Alma
Sueiisoii, Tooele, . L. Van Waggoner,
"Wiujatcli; Epluitim Dastrup, "Wayne: W.
Jl. Marriott. J. D. Hooper, John J. Bark
er. J. "VV. Wilcox. "Weber.
DcmociutB Alfrcr M. Durham, Beaver;
1 M. FI. WelllnK. Hox Elder; Joseph K.
Cardon. PrlKhum V. Benson, Samuel P.
Oldham, Cache: Levi N. Harmon, Car
lion; X,. P. OvcBOn. Emer': F n. Hani
inond. Sr., Grand: A A. Klinbn.ll. Millard;
Satnucl Tj. Paj;c. Piute; George A. Adiuns,
Pnn Junu; W. U Oncnshaw: Ed Sonth-
wltlc. I-L T. Reynolds. J. A. Loveless,
Vtali county; David H. Morris. Wasli-
H'. In doubt Ulntali counts-, ICno Beunlon,
Hepubllcan, and Byron D. N'ebeker, run
I .WEARIES OF LABOR;
"I am tlrtd of br.lnr a poor trorkin
pman and vant to die," moaaiod Kttn.
Acddcll at 1 o'clock this mornltu; in the
"mrptnc- hoypltnl at pollcj headouur
ters an she vuhd from the effects of
an erncUc plvon to savo hr.r from poison
which she was said to have taken.
Mn. Wnddell mis found apparentlv
KiCrnrlnr from laudanum at hr.r room at
. 5outh State atrcct when Serjeant 01
ncn arrived In aiwwr to a aulelde alarm
phond In to headqaartern. Shr. whs ic
1, mpanled to the hospltnl by her daoKh-
lfr' vounp woman, and attended bv
h..ti; ; sra?,- condition la not
(nought to be danscroun.
I! ONE LOSES HIS CASH;
j ANOTHER IS ROBBED
! , s.rVtM' reports of property or money
lest or stolen were made to tho police
James D. 1?arr' of tlio Lincoln houso
1 told or having loit an express money
order for iT5 and ?10 In cash.
S Ben Matra of Draper complained that
t he -was held up nnd robbd of JS by two
iin, who led him Into Social Hall ave
iiuo Tuesday nlplit.
J. C. Taylor or 115 West Second South
Ur-rt reported that a kit of automobile
tols had been stolen from hla auto.
I! Thlcsscn GoB south,
ft A. H. Thieren. -section director of th
t Jo a United State weather bureau. v-
' avo tc-Jay for Atlanta, Gn., whore he
n,tl attend a merlin? of weather and
agricultural men of the country. The
t jpference ha as an object tho closer
o-oprrutlon of weather men, agricul
tural collrg-a and farmer. Atr. Tlilesscn
1 will b awar about trvo weeks.
I Mrs. Williams at BesU
I Funeral Mri-rle? for Mri F.mnva. Will-
' Urns, 35 years of are. -jf of Hyrum
WltlUm. of Grern Rtvcr. Wo.f -.vho dld
f In this rity Sunday, v-re held at the fu-
; T.eral charMl of Joseph AVHllam Taylor,
'tndertakr. eerday at 2 p. m. Bishop
w r F. Tlnscv. of the Fevrnte-r.th n-ard.
" nffj iatw5. Mtiblf ws funilMhHl bv trem-
, her of trie T,?rd -.-.fr Infjisrst tvaa
in thr City cotneterj.
LATER RETURNS CONFIRM
VICTORY OF REPUBLICANS
Reports From Missing Districts Indicate Taft and
Entire G. O. P. Ticket Have Been Given Sub
stantial Pluralities in Salt Lake County.
ADDITIONAL returns received yee
tcrday from two city districts
and thirty-three dlalrlcla in Salt
Ijike county outfddn tho city add
proportionately to the vote pub
llKh"l in The Trlbuuu'H tnlloi of Wed
neMdav mornlnr. The districts reportlni:1
yxterlay were 101' and in the city and
tins following cyinily dlFtrids: .VJ,
tS. t)0. I'J, 6", '!. HI, 155, fit?. Im. OS, t, ill,
11, 74. 75. 70. 77. 7. 7l. sn, S2, fc'l, SS, SS.
03. 1M. 07, OS, ?0 ulld 100.
ISevlsiitl totals for the various offices,
including the total vote of isilt like
C'ily, except one tlhtri:t. tmd 'llilrty-thrisu
dlflrlets In the county, yivc tho following
LI0K1 (S. . tS. IIS
WIIhou (D.) l'.S2t.
RooncVclt (P.) S.I03
iiowii (it.) in.'ji:?
J. Jolim-on (R.) H.imS
Knerr (S.) .",27
KM iik (S. ,
T. D. Jobnuon (D.) !.-!' I
TlmniaH (D.) 10.073
Love (P.) .330
Larson (P.) '.?3S
Kor justice of-the supreme court
Prick (ID 12.03(5
Votintr f D) -0.SI
Hllraj (P) 7.'J51
Spir fit) l'-7S0
Hurt (S) 3,-172
Tolton (D) WIS
.Monis (P) i.M3
I'or secretary of stale
latt.MOii (ID 12.170
Saunders (S) -j. 3.37:)
KiiKland (D) H.70.S
llendcrshot (J') S.l 17
For attorney frencra!
Ma rues fit) 12.1S1
StrlnqfclloW (D) 0.fi5
.Liiwrenoe (P) S.1S0
For state auditor
Kelly fP) I2.2f.l
LovhauK (S) ; 2.711
Blaln (D) 0,7(C,
Adams (P) S.013
For stale treasurer
JewK-ea fR) 12.001
.'aiinescit"r (S) . 3,4:10
Mcndenhall (D) !.fiU3
Adams (P) S.020
For aujierlntcndent of schoolo
Nelson (P and D) IS. OH
Kamsey S) 3,252
For Judses of the district court
Morse (P.) J2,76.r,
Pltchic (It.) 12,278
Lewis (P. H D.) 22.1.V.I
Armslionp (It.) 1 -.SO 1
LoofbouroW (It.) ' I2.D0G
Kvanu (D.) y.-t'J7
Stewart (D.) : 3.S1.".
Weber (D.) I. 1 1 T
Varlan (D.) ;',7fi0
Pramel (P.) S.07I
Goodwin (P.) 8.123
Robertson (P.) 7.S04
Sullivan (P.) 7,700
Whltaker (P.) 7,711
For district attorney
Lentherwood (It.) 12.30R
Van Colt (D.) fij.'.r.
Porter (P.) 8.011
For county commissioner, four-year
Crabbe (IX.) 12, 10R
Burt (J3.) 3.207
Cooke (l.) S,."23
ltichter (P.) 7,759
For county commissioner, two-year
Walker (It.) 32.1(50
Lonpett (S.) 3.1P.S
Lindsay (D.) 0,037
Wheeler (P.) 7.S02
For county clork
Palmer (It.) 12.0SI
Twelve judges In various parts of the
state were elected Tuesday. Of these
three and possibly four will be Demo
cratic. The Democrats elected J. D. Call
of IBrlgham City, Judge of the First dis
trict. He defeated J. C. Walters of Logan
by a small margin. Mr. Walters carried
Cache county, but Mr. Call carried Box
Elder by a larscr plurality and was elected.
P.oy D. Thatcher of Losa.n, also a Demo
crat, wns elected district attorney for
that district by a safe plurality.
In the Fccond district J. A Howell and
X. J. Harris. Republicans, wore rc-olccted
Judges by substantial pluralities, carrying
every countv in the district. The present
flvft Republican judqes of tho Third Judi
cial district, comprising Salt Lake, Sum
mit nnd Tooele counties, were re-elected
easily, leading in all three counties.
J. A. Bvans. Republican candidate for
district Judse In tho Fourth judicial dis
trict, was defeated by Andrew Morgan,
tho Democratic candidate. .T. II. Mc
Donnld, Democratic candidate, defeated
District Attorney 11. 11. Cluff In this dis
trict. Judge Joshua Greenwood, the Detno
cratlc occupant of Ihe. bench In tho Fifth
judicial district, had the flsht of his
life against .1. A, Melville to retain his
place on Iho benoh. but was victorious by
a cloo vote. DlMrlct Attorney E. II.
Ityan, Ropiibllcan, easily carried the dis
trict. Contrary to prevalent expectations, Dis
trict Attorney .1. II. Rrickson, Republican,
easily defeated II. N Hayes, the Demo
cratic candidate, for tho Judgcehlp of the
Sixth Judicial district. J. L. Scvy. Jr.,
Republican candidate for district attorney
In this district, has; probably been elected
over IC. E. Hoffman. Democratic candi
date, tlrough tho contest Is a elo3c one. .
JudcR A. II. Chrlstensen. Republican,
and Ferdinand Erlckson, Democrat, are
running close In tho race for the bench
In the Seventh district. Judge Christen
sen carried S?anpet county and is lending
In the contest, though Judge Krlckson's
friends believe that Grand. San Juan,
Carbon nnd Emery counties will zivc their
candidate pluralities to offset .Tudco
Chrlilensen' strength In Sanpete. J. W.
Cherry. Republlcun. and L. O. Hoffman,
Democrat, ar likewloe running close for
AH of the proposed amendments to the
Btatc. constitution have apparently been
overwhelmingly defeated. Tho vole on tlm
anirndment.1 was light but emphatic. The
voters In all parts n' th state voted
against them by a ratio of approximately
four to one. All of them were beaten In
Salt Lake county fnd reports from other
counties are that tho vote Pgalnst them
wna very heavy.
Charges Murderous Assault.
Aault with Jntcnt to commit murder
Is charged nraln.,t Stetanas Kaustnttou
tnkU. Andros Rlsakl and Poledon Le
vemtaklc. In complaints Issued from the
officii of tho county attorney yesterday.
The. tbrf-e mn nm Ftrlkera at Rlnsham.
It Is chargM that thry nt tempted the
life cf Hnrry Splbon lnxt October T5.
Salt Lakers in Now York.
ipr-I.il to The Trib iti'-
,FV "lORK X. 6 MuiU'l -.1, t T
Van T hikle
Deo (S.) ;;7t
Rivc (D.) l!.0,
Smith (R.) ; 11.S4K
Jarvls lH.) ",'J
P.urbldsre (D.) J0,m
Corlenf (P.) ' 1
for treasurer ..
JJausctt fit) f. ' 'I'l'i
oncer (S) y,
Morris (P) 80C
W'llley (R) 13,S'..1.
Lund (D) SJ.S10
- For recorder
Cannon (ID li-?-:
Moyle (D) V.M
Weaver (I1) 0D
Lcathinn (It) U.Jl'l
Jesperson (S) ' t;Sn
IlaHMiseti (D) -J.'.'.1
Rooklldgc (I') S.OjI
For county auditor
Visits (R) .....11.701
Ivoion (D) 10.' ;
Cope IP) S.OiS
Ji'or county surveyor
Gardener (R) 12.230
Lawrence (S) 3.1.i0
Collier (D) '.
Fox (P) '
For State Senators'
Rldeout (It.) I
Cottrell (R.) 1 A-iSS
Kcmplou (S.) '
Locke (H.) ".201
Sowers (S.) -i 3.1
Bamberger (D.) Jl0. f 0
Olfnn (P.) O.i.l.
Merrill (D.) -VJO-'
Cannon (P.) l-
llCWlntt (P.) S.0.ij
Sweet (P.) 'JS'J
Slolliold (It.) H.srjO
nnuil (R.) D.s2
King (R.) 11.700
Cannon (It.) tl.SIl
Judd (R.) ll.SUfi
McRae (R ) 1-.0M
Bamberger (R.) ll.SCS
ICrlobel (R.) H.!'27
Marncs (R.) 11. SIS
Cooke (R.l !.i;7-J
Coath (S.) 3.230
Edwards (S.) 3.150
Williams (S.) 3.177
liurllson (S.) 3.1S0
Forhiisrii (S.) J.170
Nnylor (S.) 2.SJ7
Jenkins (S.) 3,1 S3
Paxman (S.) 3,1 2S
Moor (P.) 3,1011
Reynolds (S.) 3.115-1
Miller (D.) D.71M
Carlcruist (D.) 0.703
Home CD.) i..r.I2
Burton (D.) ysG!U
Ennls (D.) .' 0.150(5
Shields (D.) 0.72!
Ivenncr (D.) 0,5-17
Larson (D.) 9.5S2
Siddoway (D.) 0.717
McKinnev (D.) P.Gib'
Blrkcnshaw (P.) s.OOs
Chilstensen (P.) S.11U
Livingstone (P.) 7,'.H2
Pago (P.) S.025
Russell (P.) 7.UF.7
Turnor (P.) 7.!li5S
Wilkinson (P.) 7.P1!8
Wherry (P.) , S.07-1
Wolfe (P.) 7,012
N"o. 1 Yes, JClfi; no, 5203.
N'o. 2 Yes, IS77; im, 44GIJ.
"o. I! Yes, 2G42; no. 3745.
Xo. 4 Yes. 2fin5: noj 365ft.
Xo. 5 Yes. 1401; no, -1740.
-o. G Yes, 3526; no, '15153.
Xo. 7 Yes. loll; no. -1711.
No- S Yes, 17G3: no. 51 57.
11 MAN QUICKLY
J Arthur L. Koortt7;, 27 years of ape, a
drug clerk employed at the Lion drup
store, 561 Third avenue, left tho store
to po to lunch on Sunday, October V,0,
and has not been seen or heard from
since by his friends or relatives. Search
for sonio clew as to what became of
the young- man has been futile.
Air. Koontz had drawnTus salary just
noforo going out and had about .50 on
his person. Foul piny 'is feared, as the
young man was cheerful upon leaving
and declared that ho would bo back
soon to relievo )us employer. Tn his
pocket with his money were the koys to
j-'uTur(j to find any trace of him lias
caused his family to rotnonibcr that ho
had recently sulVcrcd a depression of
spirits upon receiving -word of tho rc
marnago of hi. divorced wife, and it
is feared that his melancholy may have
returned to him with irresistible force
and' resulted in a self-inflicted death.
The case has bcon put in the bauds of
tho Maylon dctoctivo ngenev and v
cry effort is being made to find out
something of the into of the voting
Koonlr. is dcsurlbed as liciug r feet
IOY2 inches in height, weight JfiO
pounds, medium complexion, sender
face. He was always known ;i3 a young
man ot steady habits. His mother, a
sister arid a brother are living in thi3
GAME IS AN OLD ONE,
BUT IT WORKS WELL
7.'h? attention of the police ha been
called to an old "bunlco" same that Is
ftndlnsr vlrtfn soil In Sail Lake. It has
been practiced at least twice within th.
laHt week. It starts with a telephone
call to a rooming house or hotel, th per
son calling representing himself as foine
responsible patron known and trusted by
'Hi'Ilp." tho supposed pnt.-on calls;
I am hnvlnsr a now suit of clothai sent
around to my room C O. D. Will v0ii
please pay the mc-isonser and I will act
tie when I come In?"
"Ortnintly." the proprietor replies, at
he Is glad to accommodate a favorite
patron. When the patron arrives Iip In
KurprlFd to be confronted with tho par
cot and the bill. Ho naturally donlcs all
knowlel;o of ltlirr. Proprietor ami
patron together open tht patcl to nnd
It full of rusrs and junk. .V aeon-It for
the mojeiiKer It, brpnn, but he proves to
bo an Importer,
Charged With Awault.
Gcot? A. Hare, allowed to be tbo man
who ctabbeI Anhur Smith, a bartender
at the Utah bar. shorllv after rlosltlp
tlm? Saturday ntsht. wns an-eBtcd nnd
chatcd with HAWutill witli . drndly
weapon nl f:10 o'clock lant oveninz. M(t--er
Huntwiian hikI AndrMn, who mnde
the arrest. nlo took into uslo'Jv Ch.-irle
ifr v.'o 1m ild l Ine J.ikon a lmnd
i. P e i-n aisi v.;ie tml in cajpxn
Defense Renews Its A Hack on
' Character of Aan Who
NINE MEN ON THE STAND
All Testily in a Manner
Favorable ' to the
Tbe defenso in the case of Alfred
Soi eiiseti. charged with murdering
Thomas II. McUillis, April 20, will
proiiablj' close at noon todaj, siccordiug
to .ludgo O. N. Hilton. Then Iho slate
will ofl'cr rebuttal evidence. The trial
will bo resumed nt 10 o'clock this
morning. The cae ma' go to tlte jury
Yesterday was devoted by Sorcnspn's
attorneys in the further effort 10 tear
down evidence presented by the state.
Sorcuscn was corroborated in practical
ly nvery dotail of his testimony.
Policeman P.. D. Siogfus tcstiii'ud that
it was true hp told Horousen I hat Mc
tijllis was a dangerous man. Albert
N. Jaris, an insurance man, sworo that
Axel II. Stoolc, chief deputv shcrill",
who testilicd for tho state that ho was
an eye witness to tho killing, told a
story different from that narrated on
the stand, .larvis suid he met Sr.cclo
in n saloon after the shooting April 2U.
Substance of Testimony.
".Steele lold mo that Deputy Sheriff
S. W. Jlcdges knocked Soronscn down
and I hat he (Steele) took the revolver
from the jeweler," was the substance
of .larvis s tcstinionv.
William .1. Hid well testified that on
one occasion .McGillis threatened his
life in the Log (.'abin saloon, whidi 31c-:
FranU Woodard. a bartender, said
IMToUillis was using a union card in the
saloon when he was not. entitled to jt.
Woodard averred he took tho curd from
Iho place and IcGillis threatened him
lolin Merger, a mechanical engineer,
swore ho knew TcCuMis about two
years and that the victim of tho shoot
ing had a bad reputation. 1 1 0 said
he onco saw IvrcGillis draw a revolver
and threaten to hill a man. 10. S.
Lund, building inspector, Hnid ho was
in Sorensen's store when McGillis told
the jeweler that he OIcGillisI carried
ti revolver. Daniel B. Davis swore that
he told Sorensen last November that
3lcCiiI)is always carried a gun.
Testimony as to Bullet.
By ran PottcrofT. a bo', contradicted
the state's evidence that the bullet near
the radiator was picked up by Hedges
or Steele. PottcrofT said he found the
bullet and gave it to one of the offi
cers. He declared he could not sec
entirely through the bullet hole in the
wall between the jewelry store and tho
laundry in the rear, which was con
trary to Hedges "s testimony.
"William Jfoss testified that last No
vember ho told Sorensen of what ap
peared to hint to be a robbery in the
Log 'abin saloon. John Burns said
he talked to lUcGillis the afternoon of
April 20, loforo the shooting, and that
M V-Gillis said he would "fix Sorensen
before night so ho could never bother
LEY OF 111
ADMITS HIS DEFEAT
Republicans Make a Clean
Sweep in Gem Slate; Mor
mon Counties Solid.
Special to The Tribune.
UOISK, Ida., Nov. C. Governor James
IT. Hawlcy, Democrat, tonight conceded
his defeat by John M. Unities. Republi
can, after the hi to returns had eliminated
II. If. Martin, Progressive, from the rare.
Haines will have a plurality of 1000. Mia
election was given to him by the .-outh-ea-slern
Idaho Mormon counties, for ho
failed to carry any other county lu the
stato outside of that territory. Prcnionl,
Bonneville, Bltiplmiu. Bear Lake, Ban
nock, Cn.ola and Oneida counties rolled
up big majorities for him.
Governor TJawley Issued th following
statement tonlpht. "1 am yatlsflcd from
tho record yf the votes counted inutile
southeastern part of the state that T as
well as the other candidates on tho Demo
cratic ticket, are defeated. Some of my
friends are- loath to admit this, but I
quit chasing rainbows, evn political rain
bows, very many years aso. and can soo
no reasonable grounds for believing that
either myself or any other candidate on
our ticket has received a pluralllv of
voles. So far as I am concerned 'per
sonally, I have no partlculur disappoint
ment except lhj fad thai defeat nlwnvs
leaves a certain .sting, but our glorious
national victory cures all the pains from
that .source I regret more tho defeat
of others associated with me on the suite
ticket than I do im own."
The election of Chief Justice. Stewart
remains In doubt. His opponent. Powon.
Democrat, la preslng him HoaeJy. Bur
ton Krpuch and Addison T. Smith
arc elected conproHiiu-n by pluralities
of over 3000. Tho entire Hepubllcan
state ticket Ik safe. Th Republicans
made their ebumest Mveop In tho legisla
ture. ICvery i-ounty xccpt- fMiHter, Owy
hee and Lemhi, entitled to six member
combined, three senator and three rep
resentative. v.aR carried bv the Repub
lican legislative, tickets. Oil Joint ballot
the. Republics iih will have "'J out of JJ.",.
They will have ."S to .", member in the
house and 21 to 3 Democratic xenatons.
Thl.s result was due to the fact that the
re-election of Senator Borah was made
a paramount Imiup.
Three hundred and thlrty-twn out of
f.Vfi precincts In Idaho glv Tuft Cl.caT,
Wilson 32.010. RooaeveU lS..t:.S.
I"or governor I tallies (P.), 2I.2IS:
llawloy (D.I. 21,570; Martin (P.), in,r,07.
FY)r rongToK Krenrh (P.). 30 12P:
Smith (R.). 27.121: Mitchell fD.). 85.161;
Piigmlre fD.). IMr.2; Smock (P.). S075.
Bannock Comity ItcSUits.
Special to The Tribune.
POt'.VTFaLO, Ida.. Nov. C Ttrday
was a fine day for the election and a
heavy vol whk polled. The result was a
complete landslide for the. Republican
party, giving Ualneji a good majority In
ltd, the county In Un southeast.
r. 'i nominee of the Rp'iiHnn tbliel
v-h- elected b" n hnnlsonie nijorlt. Tli
rlo-tpi of'l'prn are a" fil'oua
CommUclonerr, Me: era. Conn, of Ou-,
Will Hold Conference Willi
Chief Forester Graves to
A convention of- United States dis
trict forest era will bo culled to order at
U10 Hotel Utah today In- Prof. Henry
S. Graves, chief forester ot: tho United
States, who, unbeknown to tho public,
has been preparing his annual report
hero .since November 1. Chief Korea tor
Grae3 desired that no information.. as
to his presence, hero be yiven out. so
hu could apply himself, to hin report
In tho meantime, district fnrcsloM
from Montana, Urcijon, California Col
orado and New Mexico are arriving,
including K. A. Silcox. district J. Mis
soula; Smith Jtiley, district ii, TJonVcr;
A- C. Ttinnland, district II, Albuquerque;
N. M.; Coert Du Rotsc. district r, San
Krnncirfco. and Georo H. Cecil, district
The chief forester is accompanied by
W. P,. Grot-lev, chief of civic culture;
.lames R. Ailamp, chief of operation,
and K. V,'. Reed, assistant chief of op
oration, who, as well as the chief for
ester, will present papors on various
subjects during tho convention.
District forest matters of vital im
portance will be taken up, and the
I record of the last year discussed, with
a view to mapping out more adva'nta
gcoua regulations for the service dur
ing the ensuing yenr.- Tho duration of
the convention will depend upon the
extent of the business brought up.
Chief Forester Graves yesterday con
ferred on a number of matters with K.
A. Sherman forester of district !, Og
deu. but nothiug was given out for the
A peculiar situation is presented in
Arizona, by the result of the election
Tuesday. When the state was admit
ted to the union it had embodied in its
constitution a referendum clause that,
it was charged, was intcuded as a
means of protection against the rav
ages of the railroads. Among the
bills that were passed by the first leg
islature were six that were evident
aimed at tho railroads. They include
in their demands a three-cent fare,
semi-monthly payday, electric head
lights on all engines, a limit of seventy
cars on a freight train, throe years of
experience for nn engineer or a con
ductor, and a third man on every loco
motive. In an effort to defeat the bills, which
thoy considered detrimental to them,
the" railroads invoked tho referendum.
They easily obtained the required num
ber 'of signatures to have- the bills sub
mitted to the people and yesterday the
peoplo expressed a disapproval of the
bills mentioned and they are not laws.
The Southern Pact lie, Atchison, To
ocka & Santa Fe, Arizona Eastern, El
Paso & Southwestern and other rail
roads in tho state of Arizona were in
strumental in havinrr the laws annullod,
thus turning the club that "was intend
ed for them against the legislature.
MAY GIVE CHANCE
TO DEVELOP LAND
The stale land board will consider to
day tho application of two land com
panies to take over tho tract which the
state granted to the Beaver L,and &
AVater company, but which it was forced
to withdraw afler the latter company
had failed to produce the nccesaary
amount of water.
The land lies In Beaver county and was
taken over originally under a Carey act
project. Two companies, not ycl or
Ranlzed. are seeking to obtain the grant
for reclamation. It Is expected that mat
ter will be settled by he board either
Friday or Saturday.
TAKEN BY POLICE
On the complaint of H. Cohn. who
started out Tuesday ni;ht to learn .some
thing of what fate might have In store
for him, Mary I.ehon, a Gypsy fortune
teller, was arrested on Commercial street
yesterday nioruln?. Cohn declared that
the woman obtained $52.25 from him
while reading his palm and later refused
to return it. afterward denying that she
hud ever received the money, Tho wo
man was held pendlnc; Investigation of
ON GAMBLING CHARGE
Won;: Chunr. n Chinese, was arrested
yesterday afternoon on a ohargo of keep
ing a gambling house at 1." Plum alley,
lie was released upon furnishing S50
cash ball- Fourteen other Celestials
were arrested and charged with gam
bling. They were released upon furnlsli
lug S25 ball each.
Detectives Zce7." and I.elehter, who
mad the raid, say Iho Chinese- were
playing fan-tan. and had ?B00 on the
lablc In front of theift.
Moro Relics for Museum.
A book written by Parley I'. Pratt,
entitled "Lite Persecutions of the Church
of Jesus Christ of l.attcr-dav Kalnls."
was presented to the Dcweret museum
yesterday by William .7. Silver of this
elly. Other ronlrlbullons to the museum
arc a walking slick of Puhallu wood from
Iho Samoa 11 Is'andH and a piano thai was
brought here in 1S57 for Ucbcr C. Kimball.
Ma: George 5111011.". of Pocatollo. and
William P. Wrlcht. of Uago; Sheriff. K.
13. l.o wry, of .McCanunrou countv: treas
urer. .Mis. Txjulsa .Tones. Pocate'llo; pro
bate judge. O. .T. Hell. Pocatello; School
superintendent, Alice Cosgroye. Pocatello:
county asMcssor, L. P. Case, of Pocatello:
coroner. D. Steely, of Pocatello: surveyor.
Oscar Ronnenkolf. Pocatello: tho Rr-mib-lleons
had no candidate against .Mrs.
Cosgrove. Th legislators of Rannock
county are state senator. J. Frank Hunt,
of Swan Loke; stato representatives, Col.
If. V. A. Ferguson, of Pocatello; will
lam McndTihal. of Genllle Vallcv, and
DsnMl .1. La n. of Soda Springs. "
The closest rnepn wre- between Sr.-.'th
and Torrel for county attorney, Lowrv
and Cooper for sheriff, and Jons anil
OMurenoy for treasurer. Thea.. majori
ties, were jess than 200. while the -ount
gave Taft a majority of over 500. Maine's
for governor brat Ilawley. Democrat, bv
00. wid Martin, Progressive, bv 17.M.
':!;thti,r,l' wl,fon received Grin and Taft.
t0 Hon. T). Worth Clarke, pre.Mde M
candidate from Pocatello, header! the list
Pannork count g-v1 e ood maJoiHI to
Frrnh and Smith. Pepublluins. fcr Crn.
11 mm friy
Coming of Pathfinder' Menus
Much to Local Auto
A. "Li. Wostgard, proininonl ly connect
ed with the transcontinental automobile
highway move of the American Auto
mobile association, will reach Halt Lake
by automobile Friday noon. 'dr. West
ward, in the 'transcontinental pnl blind
er" machine, left Denver several wcoks
ago. but was delayed en route by svoro
No word was received from him, and
the local Commercial club ollicials were
beginning to wonder what had hap
pened to tho " pathfinder" party. Hut
vosterday a telegram win received from
'Mr. Wcstgard at Prieo announcing that
he was ''on his way'7 and would reach
Halt l;nko Friday noon.
The Commercial club has lone: been
active in support of the tmnscontiiicu-r-al
highwav movement, and already The
Tribune "'pathfinder.'' under Iho able I
direction of W. I). Kisliel. has logged
a great many different routes through
out" the state! ,,. , ...
The arrival hero of -Mr. Wcstgard wil
fiuichcn lucal enthusiasts into reuowed
eiYorts. The Commercial club is plan
ning to entertain the visitors and mv
eral mc'iTingM will be hold in this inter
est of the transcontinental highway
Hcncmc, which it irf conceded, would
mean vital bencfitB to this state.
A route such aa that, proposed would
mean that thousands oT tourists annual
ly would drive throuirh Utah, en route
west or east, while the throngs that will
travel acroaB the country to San Fran
cisco in 1 9 1 f can be brought to Salt
j Lake for a stopover of several days.
WATER CASE GOES
10 SOPHE COURT
District Judge Commanded
by 4Writ of Certiorari to
On petition of tho East Jordan Irriga
tion company and the Telluride Power
company, a writ of certiorari was Issued
bv tho supreme court yesterday com
manding Judge C W Morse of tho Third
district court to nppcnr and show cause
why the higher court should not review
the records of proceedings In the case of
Salt Lake City against the Salt Lake
City Water & Electric Power company
In regard to water rights In the Jordan
In his findings handed down Septem
ber 25 last, Judge .Morse, ait ting ns trial
judge In the district court, hold that the
Telluride Power company and the East
Jordan Irrigation company should bear a
portion of the cost of building a divert
ing dam In the river near tho intake of
the Salt Lake & Jordan canal, and also
should 'bear their portion of the cost of
installing a weir for accurate measure
ment of the water to which Hie various
claimants were entitled. A part of the
damage to surrounding property from
overflow, also was assessed by tho court
against the complaining companies.
Alleging that the order of the lower
court was unfair and that tho court was
without proper jurisdiction in the case
because of previous court decisions, the
petitioners for tho writ demanded " re
view of the case by the supreme court.
The writ Is returnable November 13 of
this year. Judge Morse yesterday ac
CITY AND VICINITY,
I 1 I
THE MISSIONARY SOCIETY of the
First Congresatlonn.l church will meet
this afternoon at the home of Mrs. C. E.
Allen, 020 First avenue. This is the an
nual thank-offering meeting. An inter
esting programme will be given.
K. KEE. a Japanese, proprietor of a
pool hall at II Richards street, was ar
rested yesterday afternoon by Policemen
Huntsman and Anderson on a. charge of
permitting minors to resort to a pool
room. KOSSMASS DEMETRIAN, a Creek,
living at 08 West Second Houth slreel.
reported to the police :ve3tcrday thai his
pocket was picked of ?Tf In "gold on the
corner of Main and Second South street,
MARY LEHON is charged with rand
larceny in a complaint Issued by tho
county attorney yesteiday. She Is alleged
to have stolen 550 fiom II. Cohen No
FUNERAL SERVICES for Joseph
Thomas, iho Infant sou of Mr. and Mrs.
Antone Thomas, of No- 2 Burton's court,
wero held yesterday afternoon at the
home. Burial was In tho City cemetery.
PETER THODORAKIS hi charged with
on assault with a deadly weapon on Thco
Schweitzer, a deputy sheriff at P.inghani,
in a complaint issued by the countv at
THE CAPITOL ELECTRIC eoinpanv
filed suit in tho Third district court yes
terday to recover $ll--70 from L. o. Ray,
said to be duo on a promissory nole.
STATE CHEMIST Herman Harms en
tertained at a luncheon at the Commer
cial club yesterday in compliment, lo Gov
ernor Spry, who was re-elected Tuesday.
A SOCIAL will be given at tho Elks
club this evening In honor of those who
participated In the recent minstrel show,
other nj'-mben! and their frlendn.
JESSIE WISNAND wn granted a final
ilpcrcp of dlvoiee from Harrys F. Wlx
nand by Judge George G. Armstrong yesterday.
"BEAR HUNT" DATE
i-T1,ru '"incrlal Order of Muscosites.
Kremlin Kazan, has hern ordered on the
seventh urinual '-bear hunt." which will
be In ihe neighborhood of Tromotilon.
November 10. The members ot the or-
f.!iJ?av? ,.1u01 ""l,n"1 I" a neat little
folder of the Importance or the gather
ing and the k'ood that caeh will derive
from It. There will bu a parade In Tre
monton and a general good tlmo by the
members of ihe fraternity.
Arrested on Suspicion'.
nh.?rl0,s M,,,"r' 21 -vc;,r of '-
orN. wax arroHlcd by Patrolman Wil
Ilum Ulclcel at Lnr, ,,'doek avl evening
;n suspicion of having bnrglarir.ed the
& i?f ,r!i Nallrni Htibb.ird. MS EuM
Sleuth .South street. Til-winy iiIkIiI. a
'J?i y if ;,07'H,'J'' '" crct.;it and a
Petty Larceny Charged.
Jack Kmie. a teamster. Z'l year of age.
vw l-'r.SiUM,u Tdiiy afternoon on
x' .s orLl.1' twecn Fourth and Fifth
:rr,!V'" Ita-Sf of pc'it lar-
ASKS Li m
Says Constitution Ml
Believes Makers of uM
stiiution Took Tq9
Palriolism for GraM
An amciulment to thB
imrtotic cxcrcise3 Ju$ W
can IJff , tilc pnhh(j
uryc.l before the ncil ,3
Supcrintonrlcnt 1). n ChrSBIl
other school onicials of h,J5Bt
3"'c the sujpenjtoi. 0f )M
accd 13 years, for ref,;ajr f.W
Hug and the subscquont -
afl'air Avas to bo tested ta cV
const. tut ion in i3 bcarinB
school law and hns found inBT
specific reference to the UkX
notusin Wherefore ho ?3B;
tl.at lack lost tho school
be unable lo defend il, poK
the recent case come into eE
Sees Need of Law. S
" 1" think the maker oflklB
s .ttution took too much fonB'.
tho matter of patriotism f.!B.
schools said .Mr. 0hrislt
day. 'Socialism had noUrttV
Maj: to any rcat degree itmH-'
stitution was framed nnd iJKi
cidcnt as arose here rcccntlrP
anticipated. .Now, hotromS
cinbarrassinrr ;ind hunjiliHj
should arise, I think the V
be made specific.'' sBTt
Under the dolcnted autliSi
ho has by reason of his hS'
perintcudent Christencn u7i
that ho has tho full risUtoTB"
patriotic exercises in the poR
and ho will continue ttyl, "JVj
Thouh sjiectfie instructlL
for such excrcisos liavo bieiBU
for years, Suporinlendenl CK
yestorduy issued a circular
school principals and EUpniHr
phatically insisting that "CHK:,
shall be honored end rcvtriK
times in ever class room cf ljHfc
schools from tho lnadcrRirtKi
senior class at IurIi schoolln
t i on to previous orden oi'.flp
lioint tho letter lay 3 spttitTH
tlic value of inculcating a
national and putriotic songs'lV
thc pti)ils stag them on toHP
At the regular mcotinc of flf
and supervisors in thcof&tiiM
perintendont yesterdav nltcrMK
Christcnscn outlined nis ttajB
matter and was greeted lH?i
astic applnuso for his tiiniiflti
IS JUNG DONG W
JUNG SHEW QUOMg
The alleged rtilatloiulilp tl Jflp
Quon, a local Cliinue, airf
Wot. who was arrested In folB
and Is being held there vnfom
eye exclusion act, Is licln; V
bv the local immigration "luK
Quon. who Is an elderly OnB
clares Wot Is his eon. HsMH
Wot was liorn In this coantrB'
went to China, where,
Quon. tho young Chinese
Under the Irws of lnl (JB
Chinese born In America Efwi
his wife and children. rM
Quon asserts that Wot 2J
has a right to enter t'1.tjTWf
Rice. Immigration Inspector, h
lug the InvcHtlRatlon hf.
held In San Francisco pendlgf
slon of the Investigation.
Horn Ful. another CWnwy
rested in Oxden by Deputy l
.Marshal Sinythe ytfJE.,M'
charge of entering the Ubum
violation of the O'ikM"
which permits certain ir"Bf
merchants to Iniinlprat
excludes laborers. Tho "Sp
Fill is a laborer. rbJ32
conducted before CommOTM
TO ADD TO BEAlim
Details of a Plan
seven acres of ''b.eriLRJSt
as a ballground and W)
.sentcd to the d ' "fW
bv Park SiiDerlntcnJent "H
were approved. , ,r
Suporintendent By' oTS
a fountain In the nte.L
Ki-ounds and to nnrK JML
ci-ound on a two-foo t
one of the P'?lcsldS,rt
L.tr in the f5'- Sri1!)
will b carried on x.ll!
fountain, flower fWm,
fusion and ''hJLnccntnI TH1
gracefully about the cm fl
Included in $.&uJhttJMk
the entire nf' W
so as to mako It U"11,,, HL
oulthated st'rtlon- HK
the elevated Wl Stlm
and the cost of the eiim ,w
about SS100. ,,ttl,
and fllel. They nill
oarly next year. -W.
MAY ABOLISH R
n. a retort "j?mt
with the city lfsk
A. 1WI. cltv K.f fnVeK
elimination of "nDaj
In the city i'rm"tIftfin,BlWM-1
Of this space to xlffu
Mr. Kill r,a',(i$'Wi
Hinge grave frr,,sl? Jit
cemeterv territory Jn ,
These. IjcIhk sold at u M.
the lots and tVAoWfsrfafJP
net Hi" city ?5 J firproTCW
cost of "tak ng tn ' l03 iiMlr
The roporl or ium CK,
of an inipccllon
George D. ,Z ctnflRi,
cupied by uimefI
WhH In the;' "I omj
llee auto V?1, Lvc'e jJT
Husbands i,,. frrjK
right arm wl f," lMcrJoc t
oud the .-plman-his
"rlxl. , w JfJBv
pltal. The olomob B,h J
,I,e nnul at threjJK
where It had "r'-w
later towed to neAOQ .