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I- , TliE SALT LAKb IKiauNE, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER i-l, 1912. ' 3 111
1 LEFT OPEN
UL Disaster on Cincin
J IpHaniilton & Dayton
jfoad at Covington, a
Sfriirb of Indianapolis.
m BRA K EM AN
STAKES THE BLAME
W't Switch .and Ex
One of Trainmen
Bose H; Los Angeles
n nB$e Anl0lls Vicl,'mSi
KxAFOLIS, Tnrl., Nov, Jo. Ac
Mfoj to inspectors of the In
rKj railway commisiiou, which
R(ffc'jpted too wrocli on the
iMiti, Hamilton & Day tun rnil
D'lfljBf Covington, a Miburb, early
i' in irhich fifteen persons lo.it
IS. fiu sad seventeen others were
;: injured, a block signal sya-
rH lave prevented the disaster,
huk mis caused by the. failure
Sotta i'1m4 brakcnian to closo the
cM! io a sulinp ou which a heavy
Wwi Itnin had been run to let the
thltk rracin? passenger train, which
Sttit et thnn an hour late, pass.
the B amc.
Wil GTesTthe head brakcnian, has
.Jjjjj J Miinc lor the disaster. He
iku ! en Rrrcst0u) but '3 under
kilt I at a hospital, where ho
ft i broken leg. Later he do-
r h k a re5Pons'i sayhiff he
xjjjfc: rt'ff the- influence of an ancs
osdra "iltn lie nmtlo his first stalu
IM r-s t0 t'10 co,1,m'sslon this
isti .'"M nt have been Icfc open
kn feik system been' iu operation.
:'h ihi day, after the wrcck
! comPluted the Hcarch of
eslijbcd passenger ears, the
;l ift ' offico here gave out a cor-
t of dead and injuiccl. The list
) I The Dead.
jjfr '.'GRUEITDIIOEFFER, Cinuiu
I ipi 5-
W. 16? ALLEN.
r"g liLBBBT ALLEN,
na IA1HN BOYLE.
a cfj UAH SHARKEY, engineer ou
f IraiD. Indianapolis.
IWIOGINS, conductor on
15 ft jti train, Indianapolis.
ID ta( K IMHOLT, theatrical man
jTTjrj $ AngcIcB.
""J j iCE B. TOilTE, brakeman on
w ' P" train, Indianapolis,
fort- WUTEE, "Itavraw, Ten it.
-jwf 3 CHENEY, Jackson, Ky.
V' CHENEY, wifo of Clifton
i&WJl FIES CHENEY, vc-months-Llflj'
ti Julia and Clifton (Jhcncv.
J CHENEY, H2, Breathitt, Ky.
jBjEAB-OLD DAUGHTER of
(WPtnoy, Jackson, Ivy.
(fljW, lireman on paesaugcr
'0B Wngcr traiu was from Cin
SWJDd lo Chicago, and the en
m tP'.trJ,aK to make up time.
inVllBl ,Unc ,o tl,e collision he was
Py! lh.a" frty miles an hour.
""iKw . 0 fireman were found
MH. C3b of their engine.
rifo'ljBt . l1asscrora were in the
W,1, 'Va)" conch, whirh v.-ere ini-
mn. ."" tho steol-rcinforccd
?a acted as a battcriug rani.
J3o6Se?l's 'VC;c oC od :ind
mM$, aged wife
B'T, 1 N'ov. lS.-Pcter
WA cm1 'N,;v"li'- on the way to
Fl!i '",0l,mrO of tb 1uiii;h.
,35l Hl4 Hley says- licr (Jaurcli-
Wj. fcwtnaii, lives In Salt
of hhi sJ,0l,L th,ec weeks,
irfi HB?ted n inswcUon worlc will
lff ibsMn a rcl,ort t0 coiibtiws.
iB 10 Manama' Who is mnl1 hor
Ki. nBfltlnc ,tocl!iy eclipsed all
t rvLi1 n,,n,,t'! for one
flf Kft,"utc PTnXl0,m rc,'or1 wan HI!
V ?Brct 'n n .'.n ai"Rtcur roiitrst
iHtLtr thn n.Bot.h ct'"tcsls went
oinir nisi'fUr ",oncy buving
MihS c.rB'1 Chamberlain's
of fip" ; better. Dump-
eilerj a,ld sorencBs. For sale
lOt0 W"! (Advertisement.)
&lSfttXri,f,fc, time t0 Plint
SiBpHcej "'! A crocus.
GIRL KILLS MOTHER
I RAILWAY HUH
Mistakes Parent for Intruder
Into Her Berth, and Fires
STATEMENT TO POLICE
Carried Casket of Jewels and
Thought. Attempt Was Being-
Made to Rob Her.
PHILADELPHIA, Xov. 3 3. airs. J.
Rappc Myers, wifo of tho proprietor
of tho Kappe hotel, Greeusburp, Pa.,
wa3 shot by her daughter, Gladys
Elizabeth My era, in mistake- for a bur
glar m :l ticepiug- ear on a Pennsyl
vania railroad train bound for New
York, today. She died a short limo
after in a Tretton, N. J., hospital. The
shoor.ing OL'ctircd when the train was
passing Corydon, Pa'., .just this side of
Bristol, Pa., and near Trenton.
t Miss dryers and W. TJ. Culhbert,
sixty yearK old, of Lynchburg. Va
were detained by the Trenton polio fur
tome time but were released after a
thorough investigation. It was thought
at first that. C'uthbert w;is eonceniedin
some way with tho shouting, as ho was
found with Miss flyers at ths side of"
tho wounded woman a lew seconds
aflcr the Eound of tho shot, which
aroused tho orhcr passougers in tho ear
and brought Ibo porter and ronductor
Later ho explained that he had been
standing on the front platform of the
ear in fho rear and had run in when
he heard the shot.
Miss Myers, who is about twcnl.v
years old. was on the wa.v to New York
lo piirehoso a trosseau for her coming
wedding to J. B. LairdLllard. of Salem',
Had Casket of Jewels.
She-had a casket of jewels which she
was taking to New "lork to have re
paired and matched and. when she
heard her mother ro-cnteriug their (sec
tion after Mrs. Myers had gone for a
few minutes to the dressing room, she
took her revolver from under her pil
low anil fired, thinking a burglar was
after tho gems. Sho was half awake
at the time.
Miss Myers's brother and her fiance
are on their way from Salem and will
arrive in Trenton early tomorrow morning-.
Her father is "cn route from
Oreensburg- lo moot hir. daughter. JIc
is accompanied by an attorney.
Miss Myers made the following
"My mother and I left our home in
Grcensburir, Pa., to visit my fiance, 'J.
B. Lairdillard for a short' time, then
went to see 1113" brother, J. Itappe
Myers. Jr., at Salem, Va. Lar.t night
at oc-lS o'clock, my mother and I took
a train from Snlcru, Va.. engaging1 a
Fatal Shot Fired.
"T was awakened by my mother,
who informed mo that she was going
to the washroom and while she was ab
sent I dozed off to sleep. I was sud
dcnlv awakened from my sleep by see
ing the curtains parted and some one
crawling into the berth. I always sleep
with a revolver undor my pillow and.
knowing that the porter bad seen my
jewel rv, T pulled the revolver from un
der the pillow and fired and was horri
fied to hear my mother scream aud see
her stagger into the smoker, where I
found her. Then I shouted for some
one to get a doctor and some whiskey.
A gentleman came forward who." I
afterwards learned, is William IL Culh
bert. of Lynchburg, Va., and offered
iPRODUCES MOST OF
CUBA'S RI SUGAR
XBW YORK. Nov. 18. Cuba's raw
Huxar, and what control over Us produc
tion and sale ir.av real In the hands of
the so-called snifrar trust, were illa
cusscd In testimony today in the Ko
crninent'u dissolution suit, llcnry A
Clark, secretary of the Cuban-American
Sugar company since 1U0S. tcHtiflcd that
the company produced 110 ncr cent of all
Cuba's sugar In 1010.
Federal attorneys brought out that a
contract exists between Si. S. J.loweii,
Son & Co., and the Cuban-American
Supar company. When the latter wan
organized. Mr. Clark testified, ho How
ell firm which was thfi commission 1 a
business house for Uie "trust' In the
United Suites, waa chosen to en 0 in
the same capacity for the Cuban-American.
Mr. Clark promised to producu
the contract he mentioned, "oi-jicc
Jlavcmoycr. James H. Post I-darlok
A. Howell and Thomas F, Howell cre
M.n,.rl tiv Mm tvltneEHCS a3 (UrCCtOTS
of'the Cuban company.
Consolidation of various Independent
companion in Cuba was affected by a
group of capitalists who 1 ffiired that if
tho Uniled States won its war with
Spain, Cuban sugar laridH would- be a
Croat Investuiunt, Mr. Clark testllled. So
Jamcu II. I'ost, Mr. Clark and others
formed tho Weat India Land & Tradlm,
company. Mr. Clarlc continued, and In
dependent Cubitn firms were combined
under the nnme Cuban-American SuRiU
company, with the Howell firm as I o
commission house. The capital sloi.-c
was $20,000,000, half oref erred and hnir
Bold Kobbery in Paris.
PARIS. Nov. in, A robbery of Jewelry
worth ?CO,000 from a shop on e oo
do VOpera In thu center of Purls In
broad daylight today hns caused a acn-
": The' thief crept through a Icmporary
narlllion connecting the shop with an ad
joining building in process of reconstruc
tion and marto off with tho jewels mil.
out b"lng noticed, although several EalcH
mon were on duty behind the counter
"Wreck iu Texas.
roriPL'S CIIUISTI, Tox, Nov 13-Twnlv-cl3-ht
peron were injured, one
fa tall v: In a wreck on the Frisco ml I read.
iMi Siiitou. Tex., today when an engine
baggas" smoker ami day conch Jumped
the track from wmio unknown cause.
AH th Injured are In the "Frisco" hos
pital here- .
WIL.ni NTIC, Conn., Nov. 13. About
500 omp ovee of tho carding. Mnnlng.
tooting and reeling depart mcnta of the
m..riijin Thread company .itruclc tn
a Thcv allcpo .liscijmlnatlon by the
ninnany offlcinia sn not nertaln cm-o?oy-
who are memhoi-.5 of the Industrial
Workera o tho World.
STATE RESTS li THE
CASE OFTHE GOiMEi
Story of "Bald Jack'5 Rose
Believed lo Be Sufficient to
Convict the Four Men.
OUTLINE OF DEFENSE
Counsel Claims Rosenthal
Was Killed by Webber,
Vallon and Stranger. "
N12W TORIC, Nov. li,'. The stale mated
its ease tonight In tlie trial of the four
gangalers accused of murdering the gam.
bier. Herman Rosenthal, at tho instiga
tion of Charleu Br.ckcr, and counsel for
tho gunmen opened rov tho dcfen3c, de
claring he would show that none of I ho
lour took part in I he shooting or in any
way were connected with the plot lo kill
He declared he would show the quar
tet! u were lured to tho scene on a pre
terit ;mjcI that the shooting in front of
the Mctropole, where Rosenthal was
kllk'd, was done by "Brldcy" Webber,
Harry Vallon and a mystorloufj utranger
who was thus brought into the caao for
the liryt time.
When the proscont Ion's last witness had
testified. JijhUcc G01T denied .Mr. Wahlo's
motion to dismiss the Indictment and u.:
qulL the defendants.
The lawyer thou outlined his dcronnc.
after going Into :i. personal history of
each of hl.s rlleiita. declaring that bad as
their records mlcht be they were not
guilty of the Rosenthal murder. He an
nounced his Intention of placing each of
the "gunmen" 011 the stand. He would
show that Frank Clrotlcl. one of tlnj
four, was at home at the time of the
shooting. Mr. Wahle declared, and that It
waa only their Interest in their friend,
the east sldr gang leader Jack Zolig.
that had brought any of them near Ihe
scenr of Ihe crime In the early morning
of July 1R.
The fear of .Tack Rose, the Informer, of
Jack Cellg's vengeance, growing out of
the alleged frameup of tlie sang b-ader.
Vihcn he was arnsted on u charge of car
rying concealed weapons, wus the key to
such nesotlallons as took place between
the gunmen and Rose, counsel declared.
Tt was represented to his clients!. Mr.
Wahlc said, that Rose, having hcaitl that
Zelig suspected hlni of inspiring the
franieup. wlshr-d to show ZpIIjt's friends
that the suspicion was unfounded.
Will Discredit Witnesses.
Mr. Wahlc said he would bo able to dis
credit the testimony of the Identlllcation
witnesses. Luba.ti and Krausc, and that it
would be shown that Shapiro, tho chauf
feur, had declared he had not seen the
faces of thf men who rode In the motor
car behind liiin.
The cross-examination of witnesses dur
ing tho day had Indicated that tho defense
was preparing an attempt to prove that
others than the gunmen had killed Rosen
thal. This was particularly noticeable in
the cross-examination of Jack Rose, who
repeated In Us essentials the testimony he
gave at the Becker trial, declaring that
the defendants threatened by Becker with
a "frameup"' on Iho charge of carrying
concealed weapons agreed to kill Rosen
thal. Mr, Wahlc in questioning Rose asked
particularly albout "a some one else" who
had gono to the 3cene of tho murder with
the gunmen and asked many questions
about the movements of Vallon and Webber-
Another witness of tho dav was Giovan
ni Stanlch, who identified "Whltcy" Lew
is as one he saw fire two shots at Rosenthal.
SHOOTS SELF WHEN
.ESCAPE IS CUT OFF
CLIFTON, Ariz. Nov. i::. Franklin B.
Dorr, a well-known newspp.per man and
lawyer, was nhot and Instantly killed:
John Barronc, a saloonkeeper, was so
badly wounded that ho died soon after,
and two Mexicans were shot, one fatally,
by William Allcnder last night. Allcuder
then barricaded himself In his carpenter
shop, which was aurtounded by officexK
and citizens, and when he saw that es
cape was impossible ho blew off the top
of his head with p. revolver.
The shooting occurred late last night in
front of a moving picture (healer, which'
was recently purchuacd by Dorr, who
moved here from Dlshr-c after severing
his law partnership with United States
Attorney J. E. Morrison. Dorr and his
wife were leaving tho theater when Al
lcnder. ono of tho former owners of the
theater, approached ith a double-barreled
nhotgun and began shooting. Dorr
fell dead at the first shot and the second
charge pierced the heart of Barronc
Reloading ids gun. Allcnder retreated
to his carpenter shop in which he took
refuge after a parting shot Into the
crowd which found a lodging in the two
For nearly an hour deputies and armed
citizens besieged the shop, firing many
shoty into the building in order to force
Allcnder to emerge. During the shooting
Allcnder was wounded several UmcH.
The shooting to the result of flntin
clul difference between Allcnder and Don
over the purchase of the theater.
Dorr founded the Douglas Daily Dis
patch eleven years ago.
MORE PETTY THEFTS
REPORTED TO POLICE
The activities of one holdup and aov
Mal burglars were reported to the po
lice yesterday by tlie victims of the
Frank Turner, who did not lv his
addre-".!, complained that he was held up
late Tuesday night by two armed men,
who secured $10 from him.
J. A. Waldorf of GTS South Src.indswe.Tt
street, reported that his ovcrcon t Nvas
stolen from a pool hall.
A bicvele was reported a a lost from
th'' Pembroke Stationery company.
T. S. Scott of tho Somloh hotel told
of having had two overcoats stolen.
M. Donovan of the 'Hex hotel lost a
suit of clothing and a money order for
f?l 0 30
' Mrs. O. Tt. Ostler, Jr.. of V"u North
Second West, street reported that a bur
glar had stolen a gold watch from her
Election iu Norway.
CHRISTIANA, Nov. 13. A general
-lection for mombfw of the .Storthing,
heid vewtwrdav. resulted In the return of
Hfvmly-fonr Radicals, twenty-four Right -Isf'and
Liberal, and twenty-three So
ciVlislB The Rlphliats and Liberals, who
form tho present government, lost forty
I on" scat" to the Radicals and thirteen to
Fatal No. 13.
By International News Sorvicc.
HARTFORD, Conn., Nov. li!. On this,
the 13th day of the mouth, James Row,
si venra old, and who lived at 13 Putnam
Street, was lnnlantly killed by a trollov
caV. Tho numhor or the car that struck
and killed Mr. Roc as ho was crowning the
ntrcct i 1-1J3.
ROOSEVELT STILL II
Margin Is Very Narrow and
Vole of the State Remains
SAN FltANCISCO. Nov. 1.1. Al to
o'clock tonight Theodore Roosevelt, by
latest official and unoftkial return:, was
ten votes ahead o Wood row Wilson in
California'.'! vote for president.
As announced yesterday. Mr. Wilson
enjoyed a Heeling -plurality on the face
i of alowly liicomlnu returns. For about
I fifteen minutes tonight ho was shown to
b one voce ahead. Revised llgures from
a mountain county. Itowevcr, threw
eleven more votes to Roosevelt.
San Francisco. Alameda and Los An
geles counties now furnish the storm cen
ters. In San Francisco no change in the
previously recorded vote was shown to
day. In Alameda county the Democrats
claimed a gain for Wilson of thirty-two
votes, and in Los Angeles county it whsj
asserted that the recount in progress
showed a gain for Wilson uf seventy
two voles, making a total of 101. These
estimates arc not official.
4SI3ATTL-K. Wash.. Nov. .13. With sev
enteen small prccinclH mioslnc, Frncat
Lister. Democratic: candidate for gover
nor of Washington, had a plurality to
night of OU 0tc3 over Governor Marlon
BOISIO, Idaho. Nov. IV,. Woodrow Wil
son had a lead of Jir votes over President
Th ft on the latest returns received today.
Tlie vote now i;tand: Wilson. US.S'JU;
Taft. 32.411. About fifty districts have not
PATROLS M BOTH
EL PASO, Tex.. Nov. 13. Efforts of
the United States military and tlie Mexi
can secret Fen-ice today arc directed to
prevent development of a robel plan to
attack Juarez, the Mtstican border town
and port of entry so often threatened.
Tho arrests Una week here and at San
Antonio. Tex., of Colonel Pasctial Oror.co.
Sr., n.nd Colonel David do la Fueuto
directly resulted from tho premature- exposure-
of the rebel plot made known to
the war department by Mailoio agouti
here. The arrests are made possinio by
the ".Toinl-martlal'' lnw which exists along
tho American side of the Mexican fron
tier. Military commanders nt Fort Bliss and
at Juarez arc alert- f'atrob; of American
and Mexican troops have boon InsUiiled
on eithfti- side of the line? Rebels In ap
parently small groups aro pressing to
wu.rds Juarey. front east and west, but a
movement of Mexicans from the Ameri
can side is most feared by officials. This
la evidenced by this arrest In the United
Statca of General Oro-co's father and De
la Fuente, his chief of staff, who was
captured at San Antonio as lie was about
lo come here to toko charge of the move
ment against Juarez from some point In
New Mexico near El Paso.
Organization of tlie so-called Political
Refugee and Protection league. Is causing
officials much anxiety. The organization I
was launched a few ibiys ago at. Phoenix.
Ari::.. with declared intention of forming
a fraternity of Mexicans in the Culled
States to defend, morally and materially,
refugcon hold on American soil for other
than criminul offenses. The large Mexi
can population of the American border
states makes complex the problem should
the organization assume such proportions
that the small membership fee will make
possible a material fund to assist robel
activity In Mexico.
ROSE REPEATS HIS
XGW YORK, Nov. .lo. The imper
turbable ".Tack" l?ose, the bald head
ed gambler, whoso testimouy was
mainly responsible for the conviction
of Charles Becker, took the witness
stand today 11s tho stato-'s chief wit
nosg against tho four gunmen charged
with slayiiifr Herman Rosenthal at
Genorall.y spcakinp, his testimony
wns a repetition oC hiu remarkablo nar
rative at the Bcckor trial. Under
Becker's orders, ho swore, he threat
ened the trunnion with a ' '.framou!!"
aud importuned them to lake tho
"sirueahiig " gambler's life. Cross ex
amination failed to shake his story.
Xtoso took the stand as soon as court
Calmly ami glibly ho began his nar
rative going over much of the grouml
covered at the Bockcr trial. He told
of meetings with tho gunmen: of
Becker's threat to "frame them" uu
loss they "croaked" Rosenthal; of
Becker's boast that ho would shield
t'hem after the job was done.
"All rieht; we'll do it," the, wit
ness s.'tid the dofeuilants assured him.
Another witnosR whosp testimony
l.ho slato planned to introduco was
Thomas Coupe, the young Englishman,
who, as clerk of tho F,ks club, was an
eyo witness to the crime.
W. C. NEAL, VETERAN
PIONEER, IS BURIED
Funeral services for William Cooley
Neal, St years of age, a pioneer Identi
fied with the first manufacturing under
takings In Utah, who died at his home.
I GO West First North street. Monday
evening of paralysis, were hold at the
Seventeenth ward chapel yoatcnlay at 2
Bishop F. S. Tingcy presided at the
services. Mr. Neal had been a. patient
sufferer from the uffllcilon that caused
his death for more than twenty years.
Interment was In the City cemetery.
Justices Call on Taft.
WASHINGTON. Nov. 13. -Tho supreme j
courl paid its annual fall visit today to
the president of the United States. Presi
dent Taft with his personal aide. MaJ. '1 .
L Rhodes, received the justices In the
blue room of the white house.
Ok'aiiouia Man Tells I
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up my daily labors. T heard of your
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Uoot J have had 110 trouble- from my
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the wonderful merits of Swamp-Root.
If you should care to, you aro at lib
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' J. A. PARR1SII.
Su'o.'-cribed aud sworn to before nic,
this Sth day of M'arch. 10112.
H. S. TTAUSSDEn,
Justice of -the Peace.
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bune. Regular fifty-cent and one-dollar
size bottles for sale at all drug
HOLMES HAS DOUBLE
WITH JSC CHECKS
C. S. Holmes, a real c::titc agent of
Tremonton, Utah, is much embarrassed
over the notions of a bad cherk arllst,
who Mr. Holiner. declares must be his
double. Nearly half a hundred bad checks,
in amounts ranging from ?n to $17.60,
have been cashed In the various business
houses of Salt Lake in tlie last two
months. For the hist six weeks detect
ives of the police department have been
working on the c:ise.
Last night at police headquarters Mr.
Holmes was coniroutcd with the infor
mation that a man who answered his de
scription had been distributing the
checks. Ho declared himself as much
mystified as the pollco and established his
own IdonlRj a3 a man of good charac
ter bv calling up prominent business inon
of tlils city, who vouched for hlni lo
Chief of Pollco B. F. Grant.
Mr. Holmes Is nt tho Covcj' apartments,
where his wife and children are. He will
go to Ogden this morning on a business
trip, but agreed to return on an early
train to be in at the further Investigation
of tho check mystery.
The checks aro mostly for small sums,
but the total Is sevoral hundred dollars.
As far as can be learned the check artist
has used tlctitlous names, apparently In
avoidance of any attempt at forgery.
Nearly all of the checks bear different
names, but appear to bo In the same
handwriting, and in most Instances the
Initial letter H occurs in the name. One
check hears the name C. W. "Holmes.
C. S. Holmes is well known In Salt Lake-
MINER REPULSES THUG
WHO ATTACKS HIM
F. S. Castlcberry. 03 years of nge, a
miner of Seattle. Wash., was attacked
by a thug and robbed of five or six dol
lars In change on West Temple, between
First. South and Second South streets at
1 o'clock this morning, Mr. Castlcberry,
who is an athletic old gentleman, fought,
lustily and saved his purse containing a
draft for ?27o and small change.
"The rascal came alongside of me as
I was walking south on West Temple,
then dropped back a step and struck me
In the back of the neck with his fist,"
said Mr. Castlcberry. "Of course, I was
up and at him In an instant. Ho got my
loose change in the scuffle and then
ran. If he had stayed and fought It
out I would ha.vo landed him in jail. I
was not quite swift enough lo catch
him." Mr. Castlcberry was more lndlg-i
mint over the attack than tho loss of
the money. Ho Is at the Valley honsc.
In Railroad World
1 . iJ
Not Viewed Seriously.
Local officials of the Denver fc Rto
Grande seem to regard as it joke -the al
leged dynamiting of a aide track at Lay
ton. They assert that the contested land
is where the end of a spur track ex
tends less than two rail lengths on land
that is claimed by Jesse M. Smith. The
contested land comprises about one
thlrtlcth of an acre. A spur was built
there several months ago for the pur
pose of loading sugar boets and Smith
claims that the end Juta over tho boun
dary and on his land. The alleged dyna
mite explosion disturbed two ties at thu
end of the spur and the act is regarded
as a protest rather than anything ma
licious. As rfaoii as possible the engi
neers of tho company will resurvey Ilic
spur and, If the contented part is found
to be on Smlth'N land. 11 will be removed
or arrangements made with him so that
It may remain there.
Conscience Is Working.
D. F. Burlcy. general -passenger agent
for tho Oregon Short Line, yesterday re
ceived a letter from a resident of Cali
fornia asking forgiveness and Inclosing
fi'J cents In payment for "beating" hla
way over the road between Parma "and
Caldwell In Idaho In 1903.
Hunt Visiting City.
K. R. Hunt, agent for the Salt Lake
Route at Glcudalc, Oil., was a visitor In
Salt Lake Cily yesterday. Mr. Hunt
was formerly general agent at Butte for
the Denver Rio Grande, and Is well
known among the railroad men of Suit
Gups Mado of Paper.
The Salt Lake Route will Issue a folder
In the near future, a feature of which
will be an explanation and diagram
showing how lo make a drinking cup out
of ordinary paper. This is an advance
on the modern Idea of having Individual
drinking cups. Passengers are now re
quired to get their own cups or go
thirsty, cup? being offered Tor sale by
tho news agents,
CHICAGO. Nov. 13, Dr. Be-van Issued
n bulletin today that the proposed opera
tion on former Soualor Lorlmer for ap
pendicitis had boen delayed Indefinitely.
wi 1 iii urn in aaei j laaa BBaBBBBiB 1
IS DON'T "Be Peeved"
I bocaune your stomach is unable to do its work properly
I or bocauao your liver Is laay and howela clogged.
I CHEER UP GET A BOTTLE OF
HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS
I today, Por 60 years it lias boen effectual in such cases.
TELLS Gf JOYS
OF PLANT JUICE
y. S. Bevvy, Local .Railroad
Mau, Gives ltesults of
His Experience "With
Popular Modem Stom
Mr. F. S. P.erry. a popular Salt Lake
City railroad man, who for the past seven
years has beer, a switchman for the
Southern Pacific, has sonic interesting
things to .ay idbout Plant Juice. His
nome Is at Fourth and Main, and hla
"Your Plant Juice has fixed mv stom
ach trouble, thut has worried "me for
years. I was badly run down and hardly
abic to get about: did not feel like work
ing; had no appetite: was sleeping poorly,
and it seemed jls if everything was the
matter with inc. T met one of the boys,
who said, 'Go zcL some Plant Juice- it
will fix you up.' I sot one bottle. And
before I had taken half of It T knew l
was the res) thing. Could eat what I
pleased. slcp sound an?l feel as active
as a. hoy. 1 am now tellinc all mv friends
just what Plant Juice did Tor me when
I Eee any of them that are looking off."
Plant Juice is the greatest tonic of the
age. Tt will put new life and vicor In
you in almost incredible time. It is an
absolute specific for all derangements of
tho stomach, kidneys, liver and blood It
clears the liver, relieves all s to mack dis
orders: will banish rheumatism, and all
catarrhal conditions. lis action is direct
,and rapid. Thousands aro today praising j
I Plant Juicaln every Iarse city in
America. Get a bottle ot the Schramm
1 Johnson's Drug Store No, ii. (Advertisement.)
ONLY TWO JURORS IN
SNEAD- CASE SO FAR
FORT WORTH, To.v.. Nov. 13. The
task of selecting a jury In the second
trial cf John Beal Snead, charged with
the killing of Captain A'l G. Boycc. pro
ceeded slowly today. Of the first 200
Veniremen questioned only two were ac
cepted as Jurors. The remainder of the
week may be required to organize a Jm-y.
Judge Swayne adjourned court until
Thursday afternoon, when 200 new venire
men will report. He anonunccd his de
cision to deal severely with men who
discuss tho Sncad case with veniremen
ATTENDS THE ' if
Jose Gmalejas Entombed in If I
Spanish. Pantheon . With 111
Highest National Honors.
MADRID. Nov. 13. 'Die body of tl:
Spanish premier. Jose Cunalcjus. was en- SiScJ
tombed In the Spanhdt pantheon this af- J- a
ternoon with the highest national honoi'5. 1'!
The entire nation is in mourning and all lnf I
civil affairs and business wns suspended $r'l
In Madrid until after the ceremony. Ji
King Alfonso, accompanied by Prini". 'fMI
Charles of Bourbon-SlcileB and Prince lSil-:l
; Ferdinand or Bavaria, Infants of Spain.
I walked behind the hearse from the cham- il?
ber of deputies to the pantheon, while Hfci'
2o0.nou persons stood with uncovered
head"; In tribute to the dead premier. 'At'
The members of the diplomatic corps i'v
and ?.n official from every department o' -ut;!
tha gorr-rnrncnt attended the funeral. .Iffi1
The press, of all shades of opinion. ti ;'
condemns the assassination and laud."
Scnor Canalejas as the llncst typo of tjfn
Spaniard, who, in addition to being n Twtj
great statesman, had devoted hlmsrlf to i
the amelioration of tho condition of tbe tjfijl
The Republican press protests against gin
the assertion that the assassination repre- JLy
scnteil an attempt to avenge the execu- fig 1j
tlon of Ferrer. .ff5
Manuel Pardlnas. the assassin, died.
according to the police, without making iUM
any statement. The exact motive for tin
deed remains a mystery. 'pa!
HAVANA. Nov. 13. Manuel Pardinas Ijflll
was deported by the Cuban government 'lilB
as an anarchist early thla jear. ffiMB
: tl.il 11
TAMPA. Fla., Nov. Wi. Manuel Par- iflKjll
(Unas, asKasaln o . Premier Canalejas of litxvll
Spain, worked several months In this city 'tlrJB
last winter as a sign painter and deco-a- 4$ill
tor. Representatives of several foreign ifl'lB
governments were warned at the time to -tfHIB
watch hlni, as he was known to have an- $!4ilJB
orchlsllc tendencies. 'lB
Pormer Governor DieB. SflSfrB
WINNIPEG, Manitoba. Now 13. V d- Wk M
Ham Ogilvle. former governor of Yukon, I'tflH
died today from specific poisoning. Mr. l&H'ifl
Ogilvle. who was a native of Ottawa, On- J ;!'-
tarJo, was scovcruor of Yukon during the f m j
great rush for the gold fields In the nine- I'li1.
lies. ?lc was i; years old.
I Losing Hair? Go To Your Doctor! f
Ayer's Hair Vigor is composed of sulphur, glycerin, quinin, sodium J $
chlorid. capsicum, sage, akohol, water, perfume. Not a single mil
Injurious ingredient in this list. Ask your doctor if this is not so. m
A hair tonic. A hair dressing. Promptly checks falling hair. Com- IWL
I pletely destroys all dandruff. Does not color the hair. tJtF&: 1 1 j
SALVES CAN'T CURE ECZEMA 1
In regard lo skin diseases, medical au- Prescription. This -penetrates to the dis- Mvt3fl
tborlties are now agreed on this: e,lS0, germs and destroys them, and
rvii. ,1. it 1 soothes and heals the slslu as, nothing "llTS1 '
Don't Imprison the disease germs in ,iso has ever done f WD .
your skin by tho use of greasy salves, ' r.O-cont bottlr" will start thn eiirn tmli
and thus encourage them to multiply, and give you "h stam r" lief " " 1
A true cure ot all edematous diseases vc Have made fast frlmds of more W
S8iinS. boU .?bM "Iy bVIS,n,P S'V5 t,,,,n "! fam"J- recommending tills Iff
healing agents In the form or a liquid. D.D.D. Prescription to a skin sufferer " Jul
WASH TH13 G 13 RMS OUT. here and there, and we want you to lr 4 35
A simple wash: A compound of Oil it now on our po.-itle no puy guarantee t !S.ib
of Wintorgrocn. Thymol, and other in- Schramm-Johnson Drug Co. (Advertise- '''if'' I
gredlcnts as combined hi the D.D.D. mcnt.) iU!E
I We are in a position to offer b:
1 the men of Salt Lake I ;
I Better Values, 8 ;:
I More Exciausive Patterns, 3 f;
Finer WorkmaEishipy I 1
! And a Better Fit f:
for their money than they ;
I have ever had. I t
I Because we are upstairs, out 1 J":
I of the high rent district and 1 if
I away from the big expenses 1 f
1 of the ground floor stores. I
I Suits and Overcoats j :
$15 to $25 I
UPSTAIRS CLOTHES SHOP M
On Main at P. O. Place. I U
45 Seconds From Broadway.
$40 MiUa $40 j I
TO CALIFORNIA itl
Los Angeles or Sam Francisco
Tickets on Sale November 23-25. Return January 31. i- B
Meke yonr reservations early. jj