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THE ?ALT LAK TRIBUNE, 'I HURSDAY MORMNCJ. NOVf-MRRR 7 IQI? ' 'g 1
rriE WASHINGTON AVENUE. PIIONE 684.
llEff IN WEBER
llbSecond Judicial Dis-
However, Still in
JftoOSE IS STRONG
jut presidential Candi
jpiit Loses Remainder
-sJ! f-Thc difficulties en
mhSiorlns auilicnllc infortna
I IK.rcult of a general election.
fE,r"trc sppnrent In Weber
UUJ-fc, Bfc,!, msny of the candi
.Munts vlflts to Hie office
inBiCfrk Faniuel CJ Dyo before
Kj utmselvcs that they had
JU flT, rftcd. Willie the gen
mtoiflufhont the county was
arU!n after the Ogdon City
licanl from, there rc-,i,rtK-h
ffui'try precincts un
ilwMcH chance Hs rC-vul1 011 sev"
linnBBtfffBt'wM not obtainable un
'IQuBB"!" this afternoon- in one
Mmt. the North Ogden dls--iiH'fBkhdrtJ
did nt complete the
JUltJKLij V (he ballots until aftor
mTjcj icjay. This Is ono of the
'mmfr wpubM of the Weber
m- - ami It was de-
fwissssjMI'n officials that hereafter
.f-jdBLotfw precinct will have a
ltrelKjc the country districts had
i mBGfjwa vlien further efforts to
thtBBKrl' wcrc abandoned at the
jEWjiar'crs at 7 o'clock this
"BFlV itlunis catno in slowly
ih'iijBii tie lortnooti and it was 1
ijB" nl'thiiip like a. complete
iuhEoiis Are Winners.
nJHnMt mews of the Republican
HHd (onfhieii to be a probabll-
-SJBnfeU, become a reality today
rtSTBIiSal rnults wcro secured. For
Ic-vBjJ iu ftard by tlio Taft sup
htj iBufovtrnor Spry would be out
Afl I- Morris, but one or two
lasflP Republican precincts of
THhdlilrict deprived the Hull
itnflffiC7 honor other than the suc
BBcrrrlfidentlal candidate. Tlio
TaBBrJ1- election in this county
' -Bpr.tihtmlng of the candidates
risTBR PrCjrrtfivo ticket. The biff
fssBsT"! Co'oncf Roosevelt in Ogden
!rt jBl :rprl.e even to tnc mill
ItfBBr"1, 1t'1"e votc HQ"
"m jiBf" Pn;rclvc candidates In
i aoK 1 "Htcr surprise.
x (ItJHnis probable that the cn
fouBs8 "c'et 'ias been suciess
IjjMglln llic Second Judicial dis
I7Brrsr'C4rta!n because of tho
iMWjff Information can be se
t sBtwrs;,n and Davis counties,
j fiB) candidates believe that,
tttSB u.roi?b.,o rcfults in the two
! UJWrr' "lrlr liberal margin ob
TJBVf county will be sufficient
atiBBsiiii K.m Davjs county
AmE?d$S? S J- HarrlB and
2f .Sf Uavs cu"ty ells
it fisBTerV00; "owcll. HOG: Corn,
itlB;tJJle Progressive vote In
Ulijy" not late outside
tBJ '" wb- county were as
rjtB lu-'. 20S(5; Roosevelt
19 iarvrlvcl1 " ;!ls:t:
Trt(MlH,l: Tliomjis (D-). ai2.rr
taiWT ' im' Hendersliot (P.),
(WK v"'i ""36; Lawrence
iSwlft! ?! JM'!; Instruc
(iaRr nnd u-). 6077; Ramsey
"MftfcrJ1?." (HO. RGBS;
-5I: Afe'ec (P.),
ui.ni;."yncyDavl8 (R.). 3577.
Wfe (PO 3020 '
MKwiv pi"?1 (D-- 30''
gAsfHiaa ?:; MST9I
Oftv' feSlnci r?Po-tcd to
tV MnF K jl?'1 been iild-
IiPifhttra L..aBlcned thla
ClWL? Gained no
R WuUw?w,nko" l1"8
authorljjlnp tlio altotnoy to start condem
nation proceedings against tho Osdon
river reesrvoir for possession of certain
land which Is desired for a reservoir. It
ia set forth in the resolution thai now,
the stato engineer having grunted the
city ft threc-ycar extension of tlmo. In
which to perfect Ha water right, it Jjj
proposed to proceed with the Improvement.
GIVEN DIAMOND MEDAL.
Presentation Is Made to Sergeant Blliler
for His Markrnanshlp.
Special to The Tribune.
OCDEK, Nov. G. Major W. G. Wll
Hhhik, commanding ofTIcer of tho Utah
National guard, and lieutenant W. 15
Pearson of tho United .'slates infantry and
inspecting- Instructor detailed by tho gov
crnmcJlt for tho national guard service
wero present tonight when tlio diamond
medal won by Sergeant John BIhlcr of
company B. V. N. G., was ofTlciallv pre
sented to him. Tho ceremonies were held
In tlio armory on Twenty-fourth street.
Sergeant Hlhler von the medal in the
recent markrnanshlp conlost held in Salt
Lake. Tho valunblo prlzo wax awarded
h.v tile ball Lake Commercial club. Kvory
innmher or the Ogden compnny is much
pleased that tho markrnanshlp medal is
claimed hy a member of the local com
pany. Jn addition lo a social Hireling to
night, there wan the regular weekly drill
ASKS HEAVY DAMAGES.
Father Sues for $20,096 for the death of
Special to The Tribune.
OGDIW, Nov. fi One of the largest
damage suits ever started In Web.'i
county was instituted today when John
Hughes, a resident of Lincoln avonuo,
filed a. .complaint by which the Salt Lake
Ogden Railway company is ma do de
fendant in an action for ?20,03G damages.
This amount is asked for the death of
Mr. Tliighes's three-year-old son, Alma,
who was killed by a Bamberger electric
carn near the parents' homo on May 26,
T.',c,,chief contention of Hie plaintiff Is
that Lhp ear, at tho time tho accident
occurred, was helng operated in a carp
less manner nnd that no warning was
given of its approach. The child wns at
tempting to cross the track when It was
run down by the car, according to the
PROMINENT MEN FIGHT.
Editor and Former Police Chief Have
Clash on Street.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDFJN, Nov. 6. The gambling which
existed In Ogdon at one time was the
basis of a near-serious clash between
well known men today when T. EL
Browning, former chief of police, and O.
A. Kennedy, editor of a wecklv news
paper, engaged in a brief fist "fight at
Twenty-fourth street and Washington
avenue. Neither of the combatants was
even slightly injured.
An article appearing in the last Issue
of Editor Kennedy's paper Is said to have
been responsible for the trouble. Tho
former city official resented the manner
In which tlio subject of gambling had
been referred to and, meeting Kenncdv
on the street, questioned him regarding
it. The editor Is said to have made the
first "pass" at the former officer. The
men were parted before either could In
jure the other. No arrests were made,
Tag Day Success.
Special to The Tribune.
OGIJISN, Nov. C As a result of tho
tag day Inaugurated by the Salvation
Army workers of this city on Tuesday,
more than $nn was secured for the na
tional fund with which. It Is proposed to
erect two colleges as 'memorials to the
late General Booth. Captain Knapp, in
charge of tho local branch of tho army,
says that ho was disappointed by several
persons who bad promised to help in the
tag day work, but regardless of this his
small band of assistants secured a very
Prisoner Is Penitent.
Special to The Tribune. )
OGDION", Nov. fi. Since James McGrew
lias been confined In the city Jail on a
charge of petty larceny, It haa been
learned bv the offioors that he is one of
the frequenters of the alleged "hop" joint
conducted by Slug "Lung, at 251 Twentieth .
street. I-amg will be given a hearing to- !
morrow morning on the chargo of selling
prohibited drugs, and McGrew will be
the city's chief witness. Although he has
been locked up only a few days, McGrew
Is penitent and wants to reform, j
SNOW ACADEMY HOLDS
ITS ill FETE
Special to The Tribune.
13PIIRAIM, Nov. . The twenty-fourth
anniversary celebration of the Snow
academy was held yesterday and was one
of the most nuccessful events In the his- (
tory of the Institution. The parado wa3
formed at the academy at 9:30, and
marched through tho principal streets of
Neariv -100 students nnd tenchors with
their beautiful banners formed tho pro
cession. The parade was headed by the
academy band, which was followed by
the board and teachers, nnd then came
The meeting was held at tho Assembly
hall and commenced shortly aftor 10 a.
m. The following was the programme-
President Anthon IT. TLund, Rulon S.
Wells, President N. C. Lund. Mt. Pleas
ant, and President Lewis Anderson of
Mnntl. Principal N. 13. Noyos and Eml
llus Chrlstenscn. the president of the
student body, spoke. Musical selections
were rendered by Prof. J. T. Hand. Miss
Edna Anderson and the Misses Carrie
and Vol ear Bailey.
After the meeting a banquet was served
In the domestic science department under
the supervision of Miss Boulton, The
decorations were In gold and white, the
Jn the artcrnoon a. track meet was held,
and tho day's festivities closed with a
ball at the gymnasium.
Falling Rock Kills Minor.
Special to Tile Tribune.
PARK CITT. Nov. C Eric Erovllch,
while working In a stopc on the 1 -100-foot
level of the Daly-Judge mtno today, was
struck on the head hy a falling rock and
Instantly killed. He wan 30 years old and
single. JTe was a member of the Croatian
Park City Minor Dies.
Special to The Tribune
PARK CITY, Nov. 0. William Mc
Partland, a. miner 35 years old, died here
todav of consumption. Ho hud Uvea
hero'about ten years and wan single, Ho
had relatives in Ireland who have hr.cn
notified of his death.
Boys Hold for Dispensing Bcor.
Special to Th-s Tribune
N'liHlr, Not. $. On Sunilny renln)t, October
0, ISIS. Ttar Stick aud Randal! IJosclntid "f
Eureka, Ulnh. coromlttfd inn otnf of clvlne
boor to minors within tho tlmlu of Nephl rlty.
Thn boyi were arralpicd tn Juetlco Stout, a. court
nnI pleaded cullty. .... ...
Tho testtmonr under oath dlicloxtd tho fact
that tho boyo writ minora, being uodr tho ago
of It yearn, wheroupon City Attorney Burton
aikert that tho coso be dlinilsned and that tn
Wndant bo turned over to tho JiiTnllo rourt.
which court under our prreiil la la the onl
court Iuvli6 Jnrtndtrtlon to try audi caner,
Tho minors "ho tliank thi beer wrr riMb
under th se ot IS ye
JACOB JOHNSON IS
SAFE FOR CONGRESS
(Continued from P.igo One.)
county. Tho Socialist candidate for the
2- ii,0K,8.,J?lu,'B 1,1 Jua wus beaten by
leas than 100 votes.
T-r,e foll,wn? table of pluralities for
hill''"'1 S.my wln Klvo ft Indication of
.ri P,.ura,,ty ' the suite. In one or
nW?JmtH",ces. t,lc 'ogroHslves secured a
H 'y,f.lho volc cnst ' tbe counliea
h .u bl,t the PircsHlves do not figure
ll. i f Kcneral contest In the state 10
tint for the purpose of determining the
relative atrength of the Republican !tnd
nemocrailc candidates the plurality of
one over thoother lw given in each cage:
H ! m
County. 2 rr 3
; c - 2
S03, , 100 ..... 600
Bo. fcJdcr ,110 42
hacJ,e i.'.. f'00 8SS
(rfrlon 100 2,-.o
!,lv,a ins nr, .....
Carllnld 250 ..... 225
''' .50 2
Juab 'i;j jjj)
"V0 , , 200 200
'"ard 1S2 1-7
Morgan SO 105
Pluto 72 . .. 7
"'eh !....! 70 '
al1 Inl'-e S200 ... 1500
San Juan 20 .. fi
Sanpcto 400 ;i50
Sevier ... , nsn r,I
Summit 150 2S0 .'
' ?,ele 23 ti 370
H " !lh ,fi
i;!"'1,-; ISO..'... 250i
)Y.n?"c "0 '"77 ...V.
obor :,M .. . .. 450
Totals I C503 1B3S-820S 1-1011
Special to The Tribune.
PROVO, Nov. 0. Incomplete returns- In
Utah county Indicate a plurality for the
entire Democratic ticket; tho" straight
and scratched ballots In thirty-five dls
tVci?ollt ot flfty-throo give a plurality
of 3o0 to 450 Democratic.
Provo went Democratic for the first
tlllle SlllCO 1S0G 111. Mm m-Mlrlmitlnl inm.
paign. Tolton, Democrat, beat Spry In
J'rovo by 09 votes, while the average
majority for the Democratic presidential
electors in the city was 18.".
Tho eight districts In the city gave 1120
for the Democratic presidential electors
and 913 Republican. f!5 Progressive and
12S Socialist. For state offices. Sprv.
0a!; Tolton, 1028: Morris, 7G0: Hurt, 121."
Congressman Howell (It.), 9S2; J. John
son (U ), 958; Thomas (D.), 1105; T. D.
Johnson (D.), 1 US; Love (P.), 037; Lar
son (P.), 033; Knerr (S.). 121; King (S.)
125. For Justice supreme court. Frick
(ft.), P55; Young (D ). 1151; lilies (P.),
G15. For judge of the Fourth district.
Provo gave a. plurality for tho Democratic
nominee; Evans (R.). received 1055, Mor
gan (D.), 11S5. E. L. Jones was elected
precinct justice over Glazier (R.). bv 117
plurality, and Wllkins (D.) for constable
beat Itoper (R ) 131. Waid (P.) ran third
wtlli 155 votes.
The vote In the county shows plainly
that tho Democratic victory was brought
about by the Progressive party. 90 per
cent of their support coming from the
Republican party. The returns so far
Indicate a Democratic plurality of from
300 to 500 on the county ticket, with tho
possible exception of superintendent of
county schools. Provo city does not vole
on this office, and at present the result
is uncertain, but Crcer (R.) has carried
the county by a small plurality, u will
require tho official count to decide the
matter. .Tudd (R. ) for sheriff hns also
run nhead In some districts, nnd In that
office It will also depend on the official
count, which will bo made next Monday.
Special to The Tribune.
BRIGITAM CITY, Nov. fi. Out of thirty-six
districts in Box Elder county,'
twenty-six had reported up lo (5 p. m.
Indications are that throe Democrats will
be elected in tho county: M. H. Welling,
representative, four years; commissioner.
T. H. Blackburn, and Mrs. Olga Sanding,
(Returns are Incomplete on justice and
constable in Brlgham City precinct. Tho
amendments were practically voted down
unanimously In the county.
Returns from western Box Elder will
be slow In reaching this city for lack of
wire connections. J. D. Call, First dis
trict Judge, will carry Box Elder with the
heaviest plurality on the ticket. B. C.
Call, district attorney, also has a big"
plurality In this county.
Twenty-six precincts out of thlrty-slx
SEE HO ffliE FOII
JUAB TflGEJ ITCH
Special to The Tribune.
NEPIII, Nov. (I. Tho mass meeting of
the citizens and farmers of Nephl pre
cinct hold at the county court house to
hear the report of tho committee which
had been previously appointed art a for
mer mass meeting to investigate the pos
sibility, feasibility and probability of
bringing part of tho waters of the Straw
berrv project Into Juab county, was very
The committee, consisting of T. H.
Burton, T. C. Winn, I. TI. Grace. R. 1 1.
Evans and William A. Starr, spent two
weeks Investigating tho proposition. They
havo made two trips over the proposed
route of the canal, going from tho portal
of tlio tunnel to tho Levan ridge, nnd
on each occasion they had with thorn
engineers who made observations and
level lines to determine tho feasibility
of tho proposition.
T. C. Winn, secretary of the commit
tee, gave the report of the committee's
findings, which are very encouraging.
The meeting wan addressed 7y each mem
ber of the committee. They were thor
oughly of the opinion that tho oppor
tunity of Juab county to got water was
As it will ho necessary before the com
mittee can go farther- into the mtillor.
to have a little money lo make a pro
llmlnarv survey from Santaquln hill to
about three miles up Diamond Fork, and
for some little Incidental expenses which
will naturnly urlse. the following finance
committee wan appointed by the chairman
of the meeting: P. P. Chrlslenscn. T.
If. G. Parke. Charles Hall, Louis Gr-
I rett James Riches. Joseph W. Vic-kern
I and' Andrew Nlelson.
Twinges of rhoumatism, "backache,
stiff .ioints and shooting pains all show
your kidneys nro not working right.
Urinary JrrcgulnritieB. loss o sleep,
nervousness, weak back aud soro kid
neys tell tlio need of a good reliable
kidney mcdicino. Foley Kidney Pills
are tonic, strengthening nnd restora
tive. They build up the kidneys and
rcgulato thoir action. They will give
vou quick relief and contain no habit
forming drugs. Safe and. always sure.
Try thorn. Schramm-Johnson, Drugs.
You wouldn't discard your homo be
'cause it needed a coat of palpt then
bring your old garments lo lis; we'll
iHko them lilio now;. Mcrs Hcaiiing &
Dveiug o.Ullfi L Broadwa. 3
plioncs. (Advertisement.) J
In Box Elder county tfve Tft 1810; Wil
1011, i;aoi RoocvJt. St2. ConsrwttrnHii
Howell (R), 138S; J. Johiivou (R). 1410; T.
D. Johimon (D). U71; Thomas (D). 1353;
Love (P)..7:io: IjirBon (P),?fl2. Gover
nor: Spry (R). 1232; Tollon (D). 1190;
MorrlH (P), 1WSS. Justice Flick (11). 1107;
Young (D). 1320: Illlee (P). 455. Secre
tary: Muttson (R). 1I2G; England (D).
12.S8; llendershoU (Pi, 792. Treasurer:
Jewke (R). n0; Meiidriilmll (D). 1263;
Adams (P). 739. Aiidilor: IColly (U.
M37; Bluiii (D). 1 MO ;T Adams (P). 7f.I.
Attorney general: Barnes (K). Wit;
StrliiKfHIow ("), 12!7; Lawrence (P.
76S. Nelson. slflt superintendent of In
struction. JSiiQfi. Flmt Judicial district:
James C. Walter (Ii). 1.103; JuMln 1).
'"nil (D). 1750. LTatrlet attorney: B. C.
Call (R). U'51; Roy D. Tluitcher (l.
134S. Fhst senatorial district: WHUrd
Hansen (It). 14GI; J. P. Chrlsiensen (D).
1325: W. R. Smith CP). 072. Bov Elder
JeflKlallvo district: John C. ICnudxon R.
12S9: Milton 11. Welling (D). 1579; W. L
Grover (P), 003.
County, four-) oar commissioner;: Han
1 .arson uw, J32i: T. u. UlaoKiiurn (U).
14GR;- John b Erdman (P). fltif. 'IVo
year: C. C. Toyn (R). 1176; F. A. 12.
Roche (D). 1205; Charles Edwards (P),
Sheriff: Joseph R. Olsan (R): 1527; D.
L.(RoosD), 1107; Loronxo S. Burt (P),
Clerk: Alvln Ipseu fit). MSI; W. U.
riiriHtcnson (D). 1235; Enoch Ivuivon (P),
Treasurer: M. J. Richards (II), J4-17;
William J. l-'acer (D). 1350; C. W. Bicli
ards (P), C5I.
Attorney: William J. "Lowe (R), 1527:
W. E. Davis (D). 1564.
Recorder: Rosa II. Ncolcy '(H). 1539;
Olga Standing (D). 1552.
Assessor: Lorenzo Pall (R-)'. 1510; W.
II. Andurson fD.). 1207.
Surveyor: H. C. Carver R), 1532; Rob
ert Dallon (D). 1210.
CACHE ' "
S)c"olnl to Tho Tribune.
LOGAN. Nov. C The returns'" from
Cliche county were compiled litis after
noon after It had been ascertained that
the returns from- five of the smaller dis
tricts would likely not be available this
week. The results in thirty-five of tho
'forty dlstrlcLs of the county follow:
Democrat. Powers, .",23 i; Knight, 3230;
Audi-US. 3222; Fllssgorald. 321S.
Republican, Witcher, 2092; Homor, 255S:
Davis. 2091; Walker. 2G9I.
Progressive. Do Wolfe. 1153; Coulter,
1)49: Carponter, HI9; DoPreztn. 1119.
Congressmen, Howell (R.), 2757; John
son (R.). 2721; Thomas (D.). 3212: T. D.
Johnson (D.). 3215; Love (P.), 1052; Lar
son (P.). 1061.
Governor. Tolton (D.), 3115; Spry (R.).
2733; Morris (P.). 1213.
Supreme Court Judge. Young tu.rt.
3337; Frick (It.). 2670: lilies (V?), 1030.
Secretary of Stato. England (D.). 3378;
Mattson (li.). 267S; ITcndcrshop tJ'.J. 972.
State Auditor. Blaln (D.). 3207; Kelly
(R.). 27C2; Adams (P.). 1030.
Stato Treasurer, Mendenhall (D.), 312C;
Jcwkes (R.), 2705; O. W. Adams (P.),
Attorney General. Slringfcllow (D.),
3203; Barnes (R.), 2771 ; Lawrence (P.),'
Stale Superintendent of Public Instruc
tion. Nelson. All.
District Judge; J. C. Walters (R.),
32G9; J. D. Call (D.). 3045.
District Attorney. Ti. C. Ca)l'(R.), 27S3:
Thatcher (D.). 3411. .
Rich and Box Klder counties arc in this
the first district and the Indications are
that J. D. ('all, the Democratic nominee
for judge, has been elected, as he has
polled about 150 majoritv in ids own,
Box FJdcr. county. It is also certain that
Thatcher, the Democratic nominee for
district attorney, is elected.
Representatives. Oldham (D.", 3260;
Chrdon (D. ), 3312: Benson (D.). 319S;
Blckmore (R.). 2775; Rasmussen (R.),
276S; Taylor (R.), 2791; Wins (P.), 972;
Brown (P.). 900; Bjarnason (P.), 1010.
Four-year Commission, Facer (D.),
3277; Jensen (R.). 274S; Peterson (P.).
Two-year .Commissioner Cronqulsl
(D.1, 3065; Qunyle (R.). 2912; Hansen
County Clerk. Chambers (D.), 3IS5;
Dunn (R.). 2S27; Daines (P.). 910.
Sheriff. Barker (D.), 32G7; Carlson (R.).
2789. Boll (P.). 9SS.
Treasurer. Van Ortcn (D.). 32S7; Mer
rill (R.). 2723; Austin fP.), 930.
Recorder. Mrs. Kate Preston (D.). 3197;
Mrs. Johnson (R.), 2903; Mrs. Edwards
(P.). 9,4 C.
County Attorney, Fonnesbecl: (D.),
3012; Bowen (R.), 3093; Sneddon (P.).
Assessor, Woodward (DO. 31SS; Parker
(It.), 2S02: Coburn (P.), 931.
Sur-oyor. Humphorys (D.).-3IC5; Bul
len (l.), 2056; Court (P.). 920.
NEPHI. Nov. C All precincts oxcept
two iiiilmporlant ono in Juab county
give Taft 1100; Wilson, S97; Roosevelt.
249; Dobs. 736. Congressmen Howell (R).
1090; J. Johnson (R), 10GS: T. D. John
son (Di. X74; Thomas (D). 901; Love (P). I
1230; Larson (P). 227; Knelor (S). 591:
King (S). 719. Govornor Spry (It). 1065:
Tolton (D). SS4; Morris (P), 239; Dwlghl
(S), 752. Justice Frick (R), 1112- Young
(D), 91S; Piles (P). 218. Secretary .Matt
son (R) 1110; England (D). SS.": Honder
sliot (P), 199; Saunders (S), 747. Treas
urer Jewkes (R), US; Mendenhall (D).
S75; Adams (P). 190; Cannegletor (S),
743. Auditor Kelly (R). 1113;, Blaln
(D). 1013; Adams (P). 200; Lovhahg (S).
215. Attorney general Barries (R). 10P9;
Strlngfellow (D), S94; Lawrence (P). 153.
State superintendent of instruction
Nelson (R-D). 1G92; Itamsov (S). COG.
Fifth judicial district J. A. Melville (R).
2190: Joshua Greenwood (D), 2217. Dis
trict attorney E. II. Ryan (ll). 2669:
George A. Undall (D). 1550.
Eighth senutorinl district, J. R. Edg
helll (R). 2014: Steele Bnilov. Jr. (D).
19S0: Horirj' Adams (P), MO."
Legislative district George Jones (R). I
1121: lnoch Burton (D). 903- M. J.
Flschuur (S), IOCS; Grant Simmons (P). :
. County four-year commissioner Gus !
J. Tlenrlod (R), 103S: V. E. Evans (Di. i
1171; George Hales (S). 761; Gus A. !
Franko (P), 1S5. Two-year commission,
or Lorcn7.o Mnngelson (R), 1162; J. F.
Newton (D). 921; J. P. Anderson (P),
93: M. E. Jennings (S), 079.
Sheriff Frank Bnrrqtt (R). 11C5:
George .M. Hays (D). 1017; J. V. Jones
(P). 91: Clmrch (S), 741.
Clerk T. W. Vickers (R), 1256: V. M.
Footo (D), 960; George Wliowlor (S), GOG.
Treasurer A. R. Paxnmn (Ri. J.
M. LaUnicr (D), 1027; Elliott Miller (S).
Attorn uy J. If. Mc Knight R). 1210;
Edward Pike (D), KOI; C. K. Btrry (S).
Recorder J. E. Lunt (R), 1273; J. C.
Hall (D). 1024: Danli Connley (S) G79.
Assessor Earl Jackmnn (Ri. 1097; J.
W. Stickers (D). 1040: Nells J. Schow
(P). G6; Nick Aundstoen (S). 711.
Surveyor J. . H. - Carter. cR), 12P0;
ICrnest Moulton (D). 9S3; Josh Billings
Superintendent of schools George A
Sperry. Jr. (R), 130S; R. F. Horner (D).
S55; Harry Heagley (S), 71.
Special to Th Tribune.
A'ERNAL. I'tnh, Nov. 6. Roosevelt
seems to have carrloti Uintah county by
from 76 to 100 pluralUy in foiirtemi out
of nineteen precincts. The vols for presi
dent Is: Roosevelt. 576; Wilson. 503;
Taft. .-IS5. The remaining four precinctB
usually go Republican, but not sufficient
to put Taft In thu load. "The number of
Democratic votes would not put Wilson
In the load.
The total vote In tho entire county
will be from 1760 to 1S0O. whllo the vote
In 190S was 1606. At that time Taft re
ceived 717 votes and Bryan received 720
in the entire county. The some products
reported today, fourteen out of nineteen
gnvo Taft In IIS 673 and Bryan CS9 1
In the s.ni" r,-Miv" thle vear Spr n -rived
44" Triton 1 ." and Morr's
Tle otc for i our rs-ri'Ci l not avail'i'ih
There ara three conuldatcs In Ui fu!d j
Moot Eminent Throunhotit Europe
Indorse Preparation Brought
During the last yr there has been
Introduced into th United Slates a rem
edy for Consumption which comes to us
with a moat remarkable list of Indorse
ments from tho loading specialists of Eu
rope. It has been used for ssvorai years on
the other side, and case after case has
yielded io it.
This proiaratiou Is culled SI roll 11. and
Judging from the condition of some of
the paiints whom Jt has saved, no con
sumptive need far that hf Is too far gone
to be benefited by ll.
Slrolln builds up the body by Increasing
the appetite and assisting digestion. It
chocks th racking coined 11 nil lessens the
gathering of mucus on the lungH in a re
If vou or any of your friends are suf
frin from any throat or lung ailment
do not fall to send for full Information
ahoul Slrolln to the Slrolln Co.. 22 Wost
Broadway, Now l'ork Clt'y. Sohrnmm
Johnson, Drugs, "The Nevor Substltu
tors." five (5) good stores, and all leading
druggists a.e recommending and distrib
uting. Sirloin with considerable success.
for lh legislature; Reunion. Republican,
seoms to nave boon elected by a small
Pluralltv over Nebeker, Democrat, and
Rlchitnisoii, Progressive. Nobcker is tho
Tho county tickets were much
scratched. The Republicans have elected
, Slddoway. commissioner, four-year term:
Wallace Calder. county attorney; N. G.
Sowards. superintendent of schools, and
Jacob W. Olesoii. assessor. The Demo
crats have elected Thomas J. Caldwell,
county commissioner, two-yen r term:
Lynnc Ashton, clerk; James Suhaffor.
treasurer, and Nile LInghcl. surveyor.
The -Procroiislves elected Richard Pope,
sheriff, and Mrs. Mabel Hacking, re
corder. The Democrats would undonbt
edlv have elected tho attorney aiid as
sessor but for tho fact that Calder and
Oleson were on both the Republican and
Special to The Tribune.
RICHFIELD, Nov. fi. The Republicans
swept Sevier county at the election yes
terday by a heavy plurality. Tho Bull
Moosers apparently did not affect the
situation and- the Republicans won out
with old-time pluralities. The Democrats
have been In jwiwer Tor Hie last two years
In the countv but at this election were
turned out of office by an overwhelming
vole, the Democrats, retaining only the
countv clerk, tho county treasurer and
tho sheriff. The county went heavily
Republican on the national and state
Returns, complete. In the county give
Taft. IIG0; Wilson. S71; Roosevelt, 816:
For congress Howell (R-). M70, J
Johnson (R.). 1399: T. D. Johnson (D).
936; Thomas (D.). 975.
For governor Spry, 1353; Tolton, 902.
For Judge Erlckson (R.), 1R IS. Hayes
For District Attorney Sev y (R.), 1176;
Hoffman (Fusion). 1462.
For Senator Eckerslcy .(R.). H590;
Johnson (Fusion), 1103.
For Representative Christensen (R.),
15GG; Peterson (D.). S2S.
The successful county officers are;
Commissioners J. L. Staples, D. G.
County Attorney Nephl J. Bates.
County Clerk Ed. Ross.
Sheriff Andrew Lawson.
Treasurer C W. Powell. Jr.
Recorder Mrs. Mathilda Dallon.
Assessor George A. Christensen.
Surveyor Larue Ogden.
WASATCH , '
Special to The Tribune.
MVTON. I Muli. Nov. 6. With the fho
large precincts hoard from on the reser
vation out of Wasatch county, ll is a
toss-up between the three leading candi
dates for president. There is no doubt,
however, that the entire state Republican
ticket has been elected in the county,
having carried by 300 majority In the
west end. Howell, Spry and Mattson arc
running ahead of the ticket.
Five precincts give Taft, 200; Wilson.
190. Roosevelt. 210; Debs. 150. Howell,
239; Johnson. 223; Spry, 241; Mattson, 211.
Tho balance of the prlcincts will change
the majority result out llltlo except In
tho Socialist vote, which will be heavy
In several of the products L. B. Wight,
senatorial nominee for Wasatch and Sum
mit, is safely in the lead of McGIH. Dem
ocrat, W. L. Van Wagner. Republican
nominee for representative, is safe, and
the Republicans will not loso more than
one man at, most on the county ticket.
Special to The Tribune.
PA ROWAN. Nov. 6. Parowa'n precinct
gives Taft. 228; Wilson, 1S1; Roosevelt,
Howell (R.). 223; Johnson (R.). 22S;
Johnson (D.). 128: Thomas (D.). ISO;
Love (P.). 12: I.arson (P.). 12; Spry,
214; Tolton. 203: Morris. 7.
Paragoonah precinct Taft, 63; Wilson,
67; Roosevelt. 3; Debs, 23.
Howell (R.). G2; Johnson (R.). fil,
Johnson (D.). G9; Thomas (D.), 08-. Love
(P.). 3; Larson (P.). 3; Spry. 52; Tol
Special to The Tnounc.
MORGAN. Nov. 6. Election returns In
Morgan county show lhat E. B. Butters,
Democratic candidate for sheriff; R. P.
F ryo. Democratic candidate for county
clerk, and C. W. Buttors, Bull Moose can
didate for county commissioner for the
two-year term, arc elected.
Tho six precincts of Morgan county
give Taft 316; Wilson, 23G; Roosevcll. 205;
Congressmen: Howell (R). 330; J. John
son fR). 320: T. D. Johnson (D). 242;
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QUICK ACTION PLEASES
ALL SALT LAKE CITY
Everybody in Salt Lake Citv' who
lias tried it for bowel and stomach
trouble is more thnn pleased with tho
QUICK nation of simplo buckthorn;
bark, glvcorino, otc, as mixed in '
Adler-i-Ka. JUST A SINGLE DOSE
usually relievos sour stomach, gus ou
the stomach nnd constipation QUICK
IjV. Thoso who have boon using tho
moro ordinary bowol nnd stomach rem
edies snv that Adlor-i-ka is a big sur
prise. W. D. Matins. Druggist, 324
houth Main stroot. (Advertisement.)
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
? cusy'rooms "hot VateiPhe at
and i,aa, btil io. 2nd E.cjU K931
Thomas (D). JM; Ldve (. W. Latson '
Governor: Sprr (H), W; Tolton (L. ,
ilS; Morrtfl (P). 278. j
Special lo the Trtbans. t " -
MARYSVALE. Nov. Hutu count
gives Taft 1S9; Wilson. 117: Roosovoll.
JSC; DalM, Howoil. 14; J. Johnson.
182: T. D. Johnson. Sr: TflfciiMW, 9"; Lova.
80: l-xrsou. 87; spr', JW; Tolton. 13t:
Threo small precincts sr not yt ra-
Special U. Th Tribune.
ST. GEORGIS. Nov. Eighteen pre
cincts out of nlneleen In Washington
county gv Governor Spry 728; Tolton.
Democrat, K27; Morris. Progressiva. !.
The same precincts in 1W gave Taft 707;
RANDOLPH. Utali. Nov. . luconi
plets returns from Rich comity Indicate,
ttiat thu Republican ticket was success
ful yesterday by a small majority. -
CEDAR CITY, Nov. 6. Tlfrso out of
elevon precincts in Iron countv give
Taft, 11; Wilson, 25; Roosevelt, I;
B1SAVUR. Utah. Nov. G. Two out of
the seven districts in Uoaver county glvo
on govornor: Spry, 3S; Tolton. 110- Mor
Homo Visitor's Excursions East.
Chicago, St. Paul and iMinncapolia
and return. Dates of sale, October 11,
10, November 1!3. 2H, December 21 and
2.'1, 1912. Diverse routes via tho Chi
cago & Northwest am railwav. For
rates and limits address C. A. Walker,
General Agent, 317 Main Street, Salt
Lake City, Utnh.
Tlie American Women's league will
hold a rummage sale at 3 15 .South Main,
Saturday, November (I. ttilo opens at
9:30 a. m. (Advertiaomcnt)
J. C. ILEESCH,
Plumbing, boating. Moved to 120 West
Second South. (Advertisement.)
Hub a sore throat with Ballard's
Snow Liniment. . One or two applica
tions will euro it completely. Trico 2fic,
50c and .LOO per bottle. Sold by
Schramm-Johnson. Drugs, 5 good stores.
THE WANT AD CHANCES ABE
Cheap, forceful, reliable. Thousands
road them every day.
SILT, LAKE THEATRE
Last Time or
Prices. 50c to 2 00; BOO seats at $1.50.
Matinee, 25c to $1.00.
Frl. and Sat., Bargain Mat. Sat., 25c, 50c.
Rowland & Clifford, Inc., offer
By Edw E. Rose.
Bright Effervescent Interesting.
Special Prices. 25c, 50c. 75c. S1.00
BARGAIN MATINEE. 25 and 50 cents.
3 KSGHTS Mr,no HOV. 11th
With a perfect BELASCO cast and pro
duction. Prices 50c to $2.00. Seats on sale tomorrow.
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Franklyn Ardell and Co.
Williams and "Warner
The Throe Collegians
Orphcum Daylight Motion Pictures
Prices Matinee Daily, 15c, 25c, COc. '
Night, 25c. 50c. 75c.
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Greater Advanced Vaudovlllo
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SECRET SOCIETIES 9
lrOR RENT l.ODOROOM 'ITiT fl
. .hkrdwood floor. Apply roonj 1, Macliln-
lonh block. h3tl M
ACACIA LODGE NO. 17. F. Jt A. M. H
MafMJiilc temple. First South and Sec- H
ond East. Regular meetings first Satur-
day of month. Mem burs of sister lodges
and ojournlng brethren cordially Invited. M
R. E. WIGHT. W. M. H
F. A. McCARTY. Secretary. xlSSO H
EL ICALAH TEMPLE, A. A. O. nTL S
Regular sessions held at Masonlo
temple, corner Second East nnd First
South, the third Wednoyday In cocii mn
month. Sojourning nobles Invited to at- JIM
tend. C. H. Fischer, 111.. Potcnttto: J.
M. Marriott. Til. Reeorder. H
- 'A . ARGENT A LODGH NO. 5. 3H
T . R AND A- f "At Mason- .
yt 'w' 'c temple, comer Second E.
? nd First Soutli streets, first i
. Tuesday 'of crcIi month.
Alombers of sister lodges and sojourning IB
brethren Invltod. N. W. Ilewotr, W.i M : H
Moses C. Phillips. Secretary. H
MT. MORIAH LODGE No. 2. F. & A. H
M. Masonic hall, second Monday eaah !
month, corner First South and Second
Kant, Members of sister lodges and so- H
Journlng members in good landing in- wM
vltcd. G. R. Yearalcy, W. M. H
WASATCH LODGE NO. 1. F. & A- M. &f
Masonic temple, corner First South and
Second East. Regular meetings second
Friday of each month. Members of WM
sister lodg-s and sojourning brothren JH
cordially invited. E. O. Leathcrwood. W. CM
M.; A. J. Lowe, Secretary. IH
1 LINDS CHAPTER NO. JH
1 1. Order of Eastern Star 4H
feA . Masonic temple. Stated jH
""WiLW) meellngf first Friday am
Awvrt cncb month. Visiting JM
jgiv members will rcceivo a W
AP cordial welcome.
r JENNIE R. B RECKON. M
W M.: NELLIE T. M
SPENCER. Secretary. H
V ,r , MIZPAII CHAPTER NO. M
rA I 6, Order Eastern Star. H
Jt-W?y Stated meetings first isM
tgzTl&M Monday of each month.
-Siytv Masonic tomplc, corner
lwV, Second East and First JHI
y South. Visiting mcmbora
V cordially Invited.
GERTRUDE E. BENJAMIN, W. it- mt
LOUISA STEWARD, Secretary. SH
T ELECTA CHAPTER NO. JM
8, Order Eastern Star- JH
J&rZ$ Staled meetings third
trfrSzv Tuesday of each, month. 1M
-VStv Masonic tomplc. corner MM
fVlk Second East and 1-lrnt mm
Ly South. Visiting members H
cordially invited. Um
' LUCENA MARCEL. W. M.
MARY L. TAYLOR, Secretary. H
A. A. S. RITE THE FOUR CO-ORDl- H
nate bodies of the A. A. S. Rite of ires H
Masonry will liold staled meetings th Bmm
third Thursday In each month at the Ma- Hj
sonic temple, corner First South and bee- mmm
ond East, Sojourning orothren Invited. H
L. II. Harding, 32d dog. mM
N. M. Jordan lodge of Perfection No, 3. H
M. E. Llpman, 32d deg. MM
W. M. James Lowo Chapter of Rose. mmm
Croix No. i. tt mmm
Charles B. Jack, K. C. C H. MMM
Commander of Salt Lake Council of ka-
dosh No. 1. iH
C. H. Fisher. 32d dng. WmW
M. of K. Consistory No. L MM
Gerald R. Yearalcy. 32d do- bM
JReglstcr for all tho hod lea. Hi
UTAH COMMA NDERY NO. 1. KNIQKTC H
Templar Slated conclave- held In Ma
sonic temple, corner Second E&st and
First South, tho first Thursday of each
month. Sojourning Sir Knights cordially JM
Invited, to attend. BJI
F. C. RICHMOND. E. C. H
E. O. LEATHER WOOD. Recorder.
UTAH CHAPTER. NO. 1. R. A. 2iL , K
Stated convocation second Wednesday
In each month at Masonic hall, corner
Second East and First South atrceta. ;
Companion! cordially Invited. John T. , mmt
TJrt-ckon, ll. P.; Mosea C. Phllllpa. Socre-
Independent Order of Odd Fcllown. Mm
JORDAN LODGE NO. 3. 1. O. O. F. H
Meets every Monday night at I. O. sssnl
O. F- temple. Visitors invited. C. Cam- 0
eron. N. O.; A. I Weaver. V. G.; W. T. BB
Hopkins, secretary. nl437
I O. O. F. TEMPLE DIRECTORY. , Mm
Subordinate lodges moet as follows: ' Mjt
Salt Lake lodge, No. 2, Friday. Bn
Enterprise lodge. No. 15, Tuesday.
i MIRLUI REBEKAH LODGE MEETS D
first and third Saturdav evenings of ' Or!!
each month at I. O. O. F. temple. o2175 Jljf
NAOMI REBEKAH LODGE NO. 1 UM
Meets every second nnd fourth Satur- 'mmm
day evenings of ach month at Odd Fel- mmm
Iowa tompl, Market st. n3553 II
Knlfchts of Pythias. ' 1 1
C A LA NTH E - MY RT L b LODGE NO. 1., Bl
IC of P. Every Monday, K. of P. hall. flfll
123 E. 3rd South. Frank Erath, C. C.r fiHI
N. W. Sonncdecker. Ic of R. and S. tfl
ROCKY MOUNTAIN LODGE NO. 3. H
Every Thursday evening. K. of P. hall. SH
1G1 2nd East. Harold Holmes, C. C: S. IssHi
N. Randolph, IC of R. and S.
LINCOLN LODGE NO. 28. IC. OF P. JM
Meets every Saturday evening at S ' 4mm
o'clock In IC or P. hall. 323 E. 3rd South; OB
entrance Linden hotel. L. C. Shaw. Jr.. Jfl
IC. C: A. O. Garrett. K, of P.. and S. fM
ROYAL A rtCANOr. SALT LAKE COUN- MB
ell No. 1517. Second and Fourth Wed-
necdays, K. of P. hall. 123 East 3rd South MB
street. Walter E. Jones, regent; E. L. r
Jones, secretary. mmt
LOyLvL ORDER OFliOOSE OF THE fl
Wor.d -Salt Ikc City Jodgo No. 259. mm
n'ci't-i (n thu Moosff cluhmoms, 222 South H
West Templo street. Thursday nights. BB
" CfiEO?' A. WHITAKER. Dictator.
F. R. WELSH. Secretary. SI !
FORESTERS OF AMERICA MEET
first and thin! Tucrdays each month : IB
at Eagles hall. H. A Welling, F. S. ll
KNIGriTSOF THE MACCABEES. B.tLT nV
Lake flty lent No. 2. Every Tliuro-
jJay. I. O. O. F. halL ViBitlng Knights JS B
FRATERNAL ORDER OF ELVOLES. IB
Salt Lako acrle No. 67. Evor- Friday. BIB
K p. m.. Eagles hall. in
GREAT SALT IVKE CAMP NO. 1007L i 9 1
M. W. A. Meets even Monday night at BjIB
S o'clock in the Odd Fellows temple, P. fll
JO. place, visiting neighbors cordially in- iWjjjff
! EXCELSIOR CAP NO. 10S92. MODERN
Wonilmcn, meets Tuesday evening n vbmtmr
;.M. XV. A. hall. 1C1 Main at. Visiting fl
neighbors welcome. C D. Smith. V. C.; WflHtal
J. W. Ewln, clerk. ffljl
! UTAH " CAMP No! 33S XV. O. "W. ImIX
Wednesday evening, F. O. E. hall. 163 MBmBi
S. W. Temple. Vtsltlng neighbors wel- vHf!
came. Jorso II. Colllni. Consul; E. XV. Wmfm
Domestic helpors that aro trust- vtm WM
worthy, conscientious and skilled, look Wi Bp
to Tho Tribuno Wants for employment. wr
Cooks, maids, waitresses, second girls '
all tho vast arnvy o houaohold workora ' s '. ,
consult tho Wants. - a