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ft THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 20, 1912. 13 H
Stermountain News
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HIE PROTESTS
lean Backers at Loss to
:mt Off Obligation to
KBull Mooser.
(2 The Tribune.
! y0'. 10- A nice question
!K'ireen here is disturbing- the
iMjm4 ,ocnl finauclcrs and busl"
jfc Philo AuMtln, Cache county
iMfhu withdrawn his account
'K First National bank or thla
'Bnosr erred it to Thatcher Broth-
jltutiii wis elected as a Rc
'Fai ha? served on term, the
iKichine" denying him a rcnoml
K, t once accepted the noml
rK tbe Bull Moose ticket and an
Ktt that time that ho would
Hhu account, tie did nothlns,
RontN a flay or IWo apo. As
bU Republican bondsmen learned
na had done, rhey cndeiivorcd
Whim reconsider his action nnd,
Lgiified the county commlsslon
iKiff intended withdniwlnp from i
tend. A whole pouch of such 1
'Hart been received, but the coun
Egiloners show a disposition to
Ttbem. saylnsr the bond la sood
.IKr them and tliey sen no good
;Htr fussing about it. Of course.
HKlUtlns and somewhat alarming
Bfcdtmen, and some of them are j
Knrkcd "P 0Vcr 5ti fron a" rc" '
"vijo one sccme to know exactly
MMtaagel oft that bond.
il'SillS I
INTHE RIG
jpublican Is Candi
ir the Short-Term
Senatorship.
ie Tribune,
aho, Nov. m Paul Clas
fBtonc defeated by;15 votes
abjlcan pubcrnatorlal nomi
6 July primaries, has cast
the senatorial rinp as nn
thV eliort-term election. It
imored that Mr. Clagctonc
b of the north Idaho candi
honor, but authoritative and
rmatlon to that effect waa
In Bolee until yesterday. In
lends Mr. Clagstono comes
as a candidate and Jcgisla-i-elect
are notified of the
) announce that T shall be
for tho United States sena.
cceed the late Senator ITcy
s Mr. Clagstone In his lot
'e received very many mcs
0.11 parts of the slate, urg
corae a candidate, and after
atter very careful considcra
dcclded to respond to tho
3E6 who supported me In tho
lpalgn."
In political circles hero that
o 111 po Into the next leg
not leys than l-l votes from
pari of tho state and that
ballot will bo shown to have
ruUlorable strength. Claims
nature are being made by
ate? from the northern part
I IERATE OFFICIALS
OF IDAHO SCHOOL
I? Tho Tribune.
JTHONT, Ida.. Nov. 10. The in
P of the State industrial school
I closed today, and all the offl
m Institution, from Superlntond
roanw down, were exonerated
"trees filed against them re-
new rule regulating corporal
was adopted,
corporal punlahmcnt can be
by a "family" manager or
"f of tho school, but must be
e preeenco of n dinlntercHted
m connected with tho instltu
.yr,ittcJf. rePrt of such pun
? bo (lied with tho oupcrln
tne person administering the
and by the witness.
I Attorney Suspended. I
1 Tho Tribune.
tLO, Idaho. Nov. 10 Through
-made by District Judgo Alfred
S2.cate,,9' William A. Bcak
uwrney of Elackfoot, has been
urom practice in the courts of
cnar vas nc o v'
iZ)T of 0fflce, aa attorney, and
Pr methodo before a justice
S'WE 01aas Attractiono.
V The Tribune.
BohI' ov 13 fanaser George
i K ViQ Dc v.-ey I heater "unnounccu
.'wvi?l!ln.h,Kh claps attractions
iBr this season and the first
jMfv8 ?J" be atnged on Saturday
Ami l iUlealBr h!ls been thoroughly
n0TV' nrcECIlls very neat
jBSli8Ooliig to Ogdon.
1?IfT,nX?v- At the rcgu
W: 0(,vPark City lodgo No. 7.')i,
.-Bet i '..UC nl,H, arrangement for
Pii.pVcrc ,na1 and about
m H iElka,w111 Journey to Ok
Kf doln5S In thai city by tho
Si5 Ln? un or ni Piu"k City
Bft!c, m1!11? ''o'lHldered and it is
;BbA, V'ratx.bcforo,-la,iwury 1. lnin.
itKr?. w,u bc enjoying
Krarid will be-at home to nil va-
IM J,0? laid at Rest.
Whrv TJbune
ArsiV 2V' I!,'Thc funeral of
K ,lh n-ycar-old nop of
ia'Mt i rs,fc'' for'ncrly of th city,
iHuic R;c,,fr"ni .Mclhodlst
-cRcv, Mr, r;0ok officiating.
Wmtl 0anPoll Block,
:B ?c TrU,uc-
jBtonurp..10 noborL Murdorlc. a
W nlrce r '-'iv. today
Ktl fJ' .amjibcll block on
V "J. I JJ8.3O0. It Ih n two
.A Z "?.e.nt "irnctuic. owned by
HS5 or lhc u,ah L,ht &
mtv C?1'"c I'- T'nryons of the
d'Ba 'Druc c"- 'tvl'it'IB: "Ww
REi d roco,""'e"dod li'olcy 's
ti'Bsr r C;0raP0Uad for years
M' I, lo bo 0Ue of tbc mo8t
jm- racdicineo in the mnrkot.
no P'tulo3 or uarcoticB, it
WmiSl tTC(iy to children."
'flMri 'MverttuenuEM
, 'J
VICTIM OF 111.
IDHnBOYNHY DIE
Harold Kahn, IS, Suffers
Terrible Burns at Hands
of Companions.
Special to The Tribune.
CALDWELL, Idaho," Nov. 10. Five
boySi students of the Boise high school,
arc tonight anxiously awaiting the report
of doctors gathered at the bedside of 1S-year-old
Harold' Kahn of this city, who
lies suffering in a hospital from a dan
gerous burn Inflicted by thou during the
Initiatory rites or the K. V. A., a high
school fratornity. '
The boy. blind-folded, and with arms
bound closoly to his side,- was led to a
barn In an Isolated flection of Bolcc,
utrlppcd of his clothing and a liberal up.
plication of collodion applied to his stom
ach and HmbH. One of his tormcntorn
then struck h match and touched the
collodion, which Immediately exploded,
rightfully, and perhaps, fatally burning
their victim.
A doctor was summoned by the fright
ened boys and the injured lad was rushed
to a hospital here. And the battle for hie
life began.
It is said laic tonight that unless com
plications ensue he will recover. As a
result of tho hazing, it is rumored that
the Boise high school faculty will dis
band all fraternities and sororities.
LEY FROWNS ON
PIOPOSFJCOiTEST
Discountenances Suggestion
. of Investigation of Fre
mont County Vote.
Special to' The Tribune.
BOISE, Ida.. Nov. 19. James IT. Haw.
ley of Idaho today frowned .down an at
tempt to Institute an election- contest In
Fremont county for the purpose of test
ing the legality of the vote cast there
'Npvemb.er 5. The governor's attitude
blocked the plajis proposed and the con
test proceedings were ordered , dropped
tonight.
Charges were. brought to noise by rep
resentative Democrats of Fremont coun
ty to the effect thut only five nut of tho
fifty-five registrars of the county had
filed their oaths of office with the county
recorder permitting them to accept reg
istrations and that most of the registrars
had allowed party workers to take reg
istrations when the jaw sirletly provides
tliey must take them themselves. On
these grounds it was claimed the entire
vote of the county could be thrown out.
and Governor Hawloy could bo cloclcd
Instead of John M. Haines, Republican.
United States Senator K. I. Perky and
Jesse B. Hawley, attornoys of thla city,
made an investigation of lhc charges
and discovered that this practice had
been going on more or less In tho county
bv workers of both parlies and whllo it
might bo irregular, It was not sufficient
grounds to disfranchise tho voters. They
also discovered that the only avonuo for
investigation was by the noxl legislature,
which would cost thousands of dollars.
Governor Hawley refused to countc
napco a. contest of any kind and his at
titude prevented furthor activity on the
part of party leaders.
"I had nothing whatever to do -with a
contest." declared Governor Hawley. "I
havo not made an invccllgatlon of any
kind. The people have spoken with ref
erence to a governor and I have boon
and still am ready to abide by their decision"
DEMOCRATS CELEBRATE.
Detonations, Salutations, Orations, Jolli
fications Work Observation.
Special to The Tribune.
LOGAN, Nov, ID. Tho Democrats of
Cache county celebrated their recent vic
torv tonight with a big Jollification. The
business district of the. city was illumi
nated early in the evening witli numer
ous bonfires and salutes were tired at
Intervals from shotguns. Laler In tho
evening 1C00 celebrants attended a dance
in tho auditorium. Refreshments wcro
served during tho evening.
Some leaders of the party in the state
who had promised to attend, disappointed
the crowd by not appearing. Several
speeches were made by local leaders,
however. among whom wcro County
Chairman William Edwards and L. K.
Owens, of Wollorlllc. Ty. C. A. Smooi.
Jr. of Provo. and J. b. Tlyde. of fcnlt
Lake, also addressed the audlcnco at the
auditorium.
Adinitr. Qrand Larceny.
Special to The Tribune
LOGAN. Nov. 10. Harry Jcfcsop. a
young man of Mlllvlllo. who was arrest
pd some time ago on a charge of steal
frig calves, and who was bound over to
the district court, was arraigned before
Judge Mauglmn today and pleaded gull y
to a charge of grand larceny. He will
receive his scntunco next haturday.
"Brings Suit for Toes.
Special to The Tribune.
. POCATELLO. Idaho, Nov. 10. As an
aftermath of the sensational suit oi
County Commissioners I In rrls and Dixon
a-aliist former Assessor William 1 Ul -
charing him winrV'ViffiinWi
tics in office, which resulted In 1 1 Uin.
resignation, Attorney YV. H- uty,,,,V'.."
Htv todav entered u t In the lustlccs
court for the collection of S'O fees.
Wlttv claims thut the commissioners cm
n'olcd I i n us rounsl and have refused
o vr- I c bill. The commissioner i assert
timi thev never employed ,VHty and
that they only employed Standrod & Terrell.
Suit Over Land.
Special to The Tribune.
PIlOVO. Nov. 10. Jacob Evanw. ueorgc
Working on Interiniian.
Special lo The Tribune.
rrivr Nov 10. The first consign
1 , n m,h for the Salt Uikc and Utah
Intcurba ra Iroudhas arrh'ed hero and
ho Vies rr being strung along Academy
the lies .ire "ft... sol,th. northward.
b 7i ... ri fih Sorth si reo . and the pro
b0' 11 LWa vc I ssura ooh t ha t t ra ck lay! ng
IvM "bo cgonHnenc"dnimn.,il ofto- the
material ha been unloaded the full
length of the avenue
Children Cry
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