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The Only Paper in the IEj F All the News All the
InterMountain West that Time Fearless Frank and Weather
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Carries the Fall Report of WJ Honest Is The Herald
Pages the Associated Press and Hr4JD RIE PUOLIN Republican Slogan Today
the Hearst leased Wire If You Dont Read The
News Service Herald Do You Republican Know How Fair
Established InterMountain February Republican 12 1806 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH AUGUST 15 1 1909 1 Price 5 Cents The Salt Lake Herald
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NINE PERSONS
MANY ARE INJURED
4 Passenger Trains Collide on
Rio Grande As Result of
Mistake in Orders
WOMEN TOURISTS AID IN RESCUE
Colorado Springs Aug HNine per
sons are dead and others are expected to
die between foity and nfty are injured
three engines are In the ditch two bag
gage cars Including the contents are
smashed and several passenger coaches
are badly damaged as the result oC a
headon collision between eastbound
passenger train No 8 and westbound
t
passenger No1 on the Denver Rio
Grande near Hu ted thirteen miles
north of this city at 1026 a m today
The wreck was due to a misunderstand
ing of orders
The Dead
James Rpseporka Chicago
C M Larkin Colorado Springs
C S Brown Jericho Springs Mo
J A Gossage fireman on lead engine
No S Colorado Spring
T E Murphy traveling car agent
Denver
A Davison McPherson Kan
Attorney F G Frederick St Louis
F W Belese Colorado Springs
James J Harker Chicago
An engineer who was deadheading his
way to Denver riding in the leading en
gine A portion of a body Is reported
k to have been found late tonight at the
scene of the wreck
The Injured
F Baker Portland Ore Internally
Injured
Earl Kemper Denver cut arm and
legsAndrew
Andrew Jacobson Oldham S D in
ternal injuries
Peter Fratrichon Colorado Springs
head cut Internal injuries
Eimer JoKisch Virginia Falls Ills
leg broken
John Wendstrom Victor Colo face
cut and legs broken
J I Frank McPherson Kan leg and
head cut
J F Sedlace St Louis head cut and
legs broken
B L Shaver express messenger No
8 Denver slightly hurt
Mrs T M Randolph Okmulgee
Okia internal injuries
W B Sacks Denver arm broken
Charles Campbell legs broken
Fax Staqk Kansas City slightly In
jured
W W Taylor bridge builder D R
G Pueblo leg broken
John IV Roberts New Cambridge
Mo head badly cut and legs broken
C E WhitsJde Jericho Springs Mo
back and chest Injured
Henry Shipman 1772 Kimball avenue
Chicago broken ribs and legs
L Stephen Makeson Puebio Inspector
slightly Injured
J W Leagren Axtell Neb mall car
rier body bruised and legs cut
O C Skinner Topeka ribs broken
E C Tannehill Des Mqlnes head
battered and left arm broken
John Relhart Carson lo legs broken I
face cut I
Peter Nelson of Monroe Neb taken
to the St Francis hospital with his
chest crushed in a dying condition
Mrs D K Seaton HarrIsburg Ill
taken to the Arcacia hotel suffering
from a broken back Her death is ex
pected
Mistake In Orders
As No8 drew Into Hustedat about
forty miles an hour the crew of the en
gine saw a light engine standing on the
switch north of the station Mistaking
the engine for the second section of No
1 the crew did not stop and went
through the station as fast as the two
t engines could draw the heavn laden
r coaches As soon as the train got out of
the station the engineer of the first en
gine of No8 saw another train coming
slowly down the incline
He slammed on the airbrakes and the
emergency brakes and then shouted te
the other members of the two crews tc
jump Before they had time to jump
No 8 had rammed No 1 so hard that
all three engines lay In the ditch Fire
man J A Gossage ot No 8 was killed
as he was firing his engine and nevei
knew what struck him
The members of the other crew es
caped serious injuries by jumping ThE
engineer on the first engine of No8 is
said to have been working as an extra
and since the wreck has been acting
like a madman He had tr he held down
by friends
Smoker No 672 attached tc train No
8 was the car in which the people were
killed All those badly injured were in
the same car There is not enough left
of the car beyond the frame to tell that
it was formerly a smoking car The
baggage cars on both trains and the
smokers and the next cars were all
wrecked The three engines in the ditch
are total wrecks
A relief train bearing physicians
surgeons and nurses was hurried to the
rescue from this city a wrecking crew
was sent up from Pueblo The dead and
injured were brought to this city on
the special and on No1 the two arriv
ing shortly after noon
Heroic work in helping the Injured
was done by women tourists under the
direction of H A Canl run of Boston
Mass and C R Dow of Boston who
was going to Denver after a trip
through Yellowstone park The mem
bers of the party turned over to the In
jured two Pullmans
Within few minutes after the col
lision the two cars had been turned Into
a hospital and bandages were being put
on the injured
I
flfWS OF THE WAR VESSELS I
Battleships Georgia and Kansas atI
Hampton RoadsOthers Expected I i
in for Target Practice
Norfolk Va Aug HTM battle
ships Georgia and Kansas of the At
lantic battleship fleet now maneuvenn ion i t
on the southern drill grounds off the j
Virginia coast are today in Hampton I I
Roads for stores Other ships of the I
fleet are expected in fri flay to day I
until the beginning of target tests
which have been deferred until the mid
dle of the next week
The torpedo boats Nicholson and
OBrien which it was expected would
be carried out from the Norfolk yard
today will not be sent to sea until
early next week
The fleet Is reported as still engaged
in deep sea drills and practices under
rough conditions Continued easterly
winds producting choppy seas are giv
ing every desired effect for the maneu
vers
PRISON KEEPERS II SESSION
Five Hundred Delegates Convene in
Y M C A Auditorium at Se
attle Plans for Today
Seattle Aug HThe annual congres
of the American Prison association be
gan In the Young Mens Christian As
sociation auditorium tonight with 200
delegates present among them
the most distinguished advocates of
prison reform In the United States Can
ada and Cuba
Mayor John F Miller welcomed the
congress and F G Pettigrove of the
Massachusetts prison commission re
sponded The president of the associa
tion Dr J T Gilmour warden of the
Central prison of Toronto Canada de
livered his annual address
Many of the delegates will preach In
the churches of Seattle tomorrow Judge
Ben B Lindsay of Denver will speak
at the Worlds fair auditorium tomor
row under the auspices of the State
Womans State Suffrage association
IDAHO MAN RECEIVES AN
IMPORTANT APPOINTMENT
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Washington Aug HBy direction of
President Taft former Governor J W
McConnell of Idaho has been appointed
to an important position in connection
with the land fraud Investigations In
Idaho The position pays 2500 a year
and IB i permanent Governor McConnell
Is fatherinlaw to Senator Borah of
Idaho
EIGHTY WIZARD OF WASATCH i
GIVES WONDERFUL MESSAGE
I
After Countless Years Hatu in
Form of Prominent Citizen
Visits City I
SUenco All Hark to the Message of
4 the Mighty Wizard of the Wasatch
Following the mighty blpats of the quar
tet of heralds Hultzllopotchll prime mln
Ist r to Hatu the Wizard of the Wasatch
made this announcement from the pedestal
on which the Wizard stood at South Tem
ple and Main streets at 930 oclock last
evening
From out of his jeweled cavern in the
iknown recesses of the mountains some
where beyond the entrance to Emigration
raiyon the Wizard of the Wasatch had
come with all of his mystic pageantry to
greet his children of the valley On the
pedestal before thousands of waiting peo
ple the guardian Wizard stood and broke
th silence of the thousands of years since
creation and began to speak to his pope
In his message the Wizard told the peo
ple of the valley of the Great Salt Lake
that his visit was a pleasant one He had
come before them in human form to ex
press his pleasure at their prosperity to
ll them that he would continue to be
otow on them his munificent gifts more
lavishly than before and to announce that
each summer h would visit this grtat
ctv to tell tl em if further blesings thf
weuld receive
Gowned In a robe of snowwhite samite
far more beautiful than eer graced the
form of Icing Arthur with a Circlet of
solid silver set with a priceless emerald
found thousands of years before the crea
tion and wearing a mantle beaded with
m j riads of rare gems Hatu the Wizard of
the Waaatch was far more gorgeous than
ever were the kings of men
Short before 9 oclock last evening
from the foothills of the Wasateh range
could be discerned a stately procession
moving from out of the canyon toward
Salt Lake As It came close the Wizard
with his royal retinue could be distin
guished At the head of Main street the
grr at procession was met by Helds band
and escorted down Main street and back
to the Monumentcorner where the mes
sage was delivered
The four heralds of the Wizard Blowit
Stowit Wlndit and StoplL marched im
mediately behind Krishna the grand mar
° hal and announced the coming of the
Wizard After the band came the four
bearers of the Perpetual Fire attending
Indra Master of the Flame Then came
the Wizard on a snowwhite steed led by
the Sundras his trusted < aves Others
fr the van of the pr session were Hult
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IMPOSING EDIFICE WHICH WILL BE DEDICATED TODAY
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RULES InHUmE
LAND WINNRS
Each Holder of Number in Spo
kane Drawing Will Be
Well Posted
Spokane Aug 15 Superintendent
James Wltten announced today rules
for the guidance of winners in reserva
tion land drawings
Each holder of a number will receive
a government map showing class and
valuation of land subject to entry
When selections begin next April a
copy of this map will be posted In the
land office the tracts being checked off
as fast as chosen When an applicants
name Is called none but himself and
one friend or adviser will be permitted
to enter the room or to Inspect the of
ficial map until his choice is made
All persons holding notices that num
bers have been assigned them may go
on the reservation to Inspect the land
at any time but they are assured that
they may rely with reasonable safety
on the government commissions report
as to the nature of the land and are
not necessarily required to examine It
themselves
The drawing of names for the Spo
kane reserve will begin next Monday
morning Only 250 names will be drawn
SUNDAY CLOSING J GRUSAOt
Seventeen Cafe Keepers at Atlantic
City Arrested for Vio
lating Law
Atlantic City Aug 14 Seventeen cafe
keepers and saloon men were today
added to the list of those arrested as the
result of the ministerial Sunday closing
cruqade The defendants appeared be
fore Magistrate Hughes waived prelim
inary hearing and furnished bail
With todays accessions the total of
arrests Is brought to 52 but reform
leagi agents announced that more
writs probably will be served late to
night A sensation ensued today when
Rev B S Hudson of the Lords Day
Alliance made the announcement that
the Sunday closing crusade will proba
bly be directed against the Sunday con
certs on the piers and other board walk
places of amusement
GOVERNMENT PROCEEDS
AGAINST COAL COMPANY
Special to Tho HeraldRepublican
Washington Aug HCivil proceed
ings against the Gebbo and Owl Creek
Coal companies of Wyoming to cancel
54 coal claims alleged to have been
fraudulently acquired will begin in New
York on September IB according to the
officials of the general land office
United States Attorney T J Burke
of Cheyenne and Chief of Field Division
of General Land Offices A Baker will
take the testimony for the government
The principal offices of the defendants
are In New York
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BERNARD DIVORCE
Pueblo Colo Aug HMrs Carrie
L B Bernard wife of Sam S Bernard
millionaire and former mining king of
Colorado Springs was granted an ab
solute divorce in the district court here
today
Mrs Bernard wept as she recited a
sad story of her husbands acts of al
leged cruelty
Bernard was not present and made
no contest
SPOKANE MAN
CHAIRMAN
Robert Isinger Is Elected Head
of Executive Committee
of Irrigation Congress
Spokane Aug 15 Robert Isinger of
Spokane has been elected chairman of
the executive committee of the National
Irrigation congress Arthur Hooker
permanent secretary of the congress
has been made secretary of the com
mittee which is composed of one mem
ber from each state The committee
has appointed R Isinger of Spokane
Dr W J McGee of Washington D
C secretary of the inland water ways
commission Fred J Kieel of Ogden
Utah and Harper S Cunningham of
Guthrie Okla to act with President
Fowler Secretary Hooker and the chair
man of the local board of control of
Pueblo as the board of governors
fLAUNT HAG
BEFORE TURKS
Crete Raises Greek Banner and
Powers Demand That It
Be Lowered
London Aug 14 Unless Greece com
plies with the demand of Turkey and
forces the people of Crete to haul down
the Greek flag which they have hoisted
the four protecting powers of Crete
Great Britain Russia Italy and France
will perform this act using force If
necessary This was the substance cf
a Joint note signed by the four rowprs
and presented to the TurKlah govern
ment today In order to carry out this
policy and to be prepared to uae force
If necessary to oblige the Cretans to
pull down the objectionable flat each
of the four protecting powers decided
today to send an additional warship to
Canea the capitol of the island of Crete
At the same time they expressed hoe
to the Turkish government that In view
Of the steps they have taken Turxey
would not think It necessary to order
their fleet to Cretan waters
The joint note of the powers to Tur
key today Is the direct esult of a com
munication from the Cretan govern
ment declaring that It was unable to
force the hauling down of the Greek
flag This action of the powers followed
sharply upon Turkeys note to Greece
yesterday demanding a formal declara
tion respecting Crete
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LOST IN DESERT AND
FOUND IMA I J TUNNEL
San Bernardino Cal Aug 16Mrs
Ella McCormick an 80yearold woman
who had been lost on the desert was
found in the tunnel of the abandoned
DaleyMoore mine on the edge of the
desert She had wandered for fifteen
miles out of her way and had lived for
almost a week on groceries which she
had when shA started to her homestead
when she bfClme > < lost
Her sufferings were terrible she
said
IISANE PEOPLE
HAVE DISEASE
Government Investigates New
Malady Pellagra Found
in Illinois Asylum
Peoria Ill Aug 15Pellacra the
recently discovered disease among the
insane at the state institution at Barton
vllle has caused an Investigation by the
different branches of the government
as well as the state board of health
Washington Aug 1SThere Is more
pellagra In the country now than at
any time since the new disease was dis
covered and from information received
apparently is on the increase especial
ly l In the south
This statement was made by Surgeon
General Wyman of the public health
and marine hospital service today wlytn
asked concerning the visit of Dr Lv
indar the pellagra expert of Peoria
III where the disease is believed to
have developed in the Illinois insane
asylum
Dr Wyman stated that Dr Lavindar
was sent there to have under observa
tion fifty patients believed to be af
fected with the disease
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MilLIONAIRE IS IN JAIL
Wife Shields Him From Curious
Crowds While He Weeps in
Court Room
San Rafael Cal Aug Millionaire
William B Bradburg sentenced to
serve a term in Sn Quentin for perju
ry must remain in the Marin county
jail until the termination of a thirty
days reprieve granted him recently by
Governor Gillette Such was the deci
sion of Superior Judge Lennon today
after hearing arguments on an applica
tion for the release on parole of the
aged capitalist In denying the writ
Judge Lennon said that even now Brad
bury was defrauding the court of 540
given him by mistake by the clerk
Bradbury appeared in court accom
panied by his wife who when he broke
down and wept during the proceedings
stood so as to shield him from the gaze
of the curious crowd
AMERICAN NOTABLES
PASSENGERS ON SHIP
San Francisco Aug 14 Among the
passengers on the Pacific Mail liner Si
beria which arrived from the Orient
today were Professor Ernest D Bur
ton and wife of Chicago Professor
Burton made a study of educational
conditions in China at the instance of
the University of Chicago
Dr J S McCrew of Honolulu known
in the Hawaiian islands as the ° father
of annexation and said to be the oldest
surviving American settler was another
passenger brought by the Siberia Dr
McCrew is 80 years of age
HEAT FATALITIES
St Louis Aug 14one death and
four prostrations occurred here today
from the heat The weather bureau re
ported a temperature of ninetysix
This Is two or three degrees lower than
on yesterday The government record
slvvwed a temperaturr f V < 1 s the
street lcel Th tt wave Will con
tinue through ti rrovr
THOUSANDS AT
RECEPTION OF
THE CARDINAL
Every Creed Was Represented
in Great Throng That
Kissed Seal Ring
EVENT MARKS AN EPOCH
IN HISTORY OF CHURCH
JAMES CARDINAL GIBBONS EX
TENDS BLESSING TO PROTEST
ANTS AND CATHOLICS ALIKE
More than 3000 persons of every creed
and of no creed knelt yesterday before
James Cardinal Gibbons the ranking
Roman Catholic prelate of the western
hemisphere and the only American
member of the college of cardinals and
pressed their lips to the great seal ring
the Insignia of his priestly office on the
occasion ot nis lormal public reception
at the residence of Right Rev Lau
rence Scanlan bishop of Salt Lake I
The affair marks an epoch in the his
tory of the west as well as an epoch
in the history of the Roman Catholic
history of the world For the first time
a Roman Catholic cardinal has paid an
official visit to the west For many
of those in fact for nearly all it was
the first time they had ever seen a
Roman Catholic cardinal To be pre
sented officially to a member of the col
lege of cardinals was the privilege of a
lifetime and thousands eagerly em
braced the opportunity
From 4 oclock until 6 yesterday aft
ernoon Cardinal Gibbons received an
apparently endless stream of people
Some of these were communicants of
the Roman Catholic church in the Unit
ed States Others perhaps came out of
I
curiosity But more attended the re
ception because It gave them the priv
ilege of meeting a man whose religious
influence is extended over one of the
largest churches of the world a man
whose vote helps to select the prelate
A ho occupies the throne of St Peter In
Home the pope the absolute head of
all the Catholics In the world and who
exercises a power greater than any
crowned king has ever attempted to
hold
Many Arrive Early
Before the hour set for the formal reception
ception carriages and automobiles had
brought to Bishop Seanlans residence
hundreds of people waiting to be pre
sented to the cardinal Shortly after 4
oclock these people were ushered into
the reception room b > a dozen pretty
little girls
The tmstace djgnltyof the plainness
furnishings and decorations that is I al
ways to be found In the residence of a
Roman Catholic prelate was pleasantly
relieved by festoons of American nags
and great clusters of beautiful flowers
Back of the cardinals throne the gre n
and gold with the harp of Erin was
entwined with the flags of America On
a background of flaming scarlet the coat
of arms f the cardinal was displayed
at his throne
As the people entered the reception
room they were met by Joseph Geoghe
gan and by him presented to Right Rev
Laurence Scanlan bishop of Salt Lake
Then they were presented to his emi
nence James Cardinal Gibbons arch
bishop of Baltimore Atter meeting the
cardinal the guests were presented In
turn to Right Rev Dennis J OConnell
coadjutor archbishop of San Francisco
Right Rev Alphonsus J Glorieux bish
op of Idaho His Grace John S Foley
archbishop of Detroit and Ills Grace
John J Glennon archbishop of Detroit
Mrs W A McCaskel was the hostess
of the occasion With her In the re
celvine line were Mrs O J Salisbury
Mrs Frank Judge Mrs Jasper A Mc
Caskell Miss McCornlck and Miss
Genevieve McCornlok
Has Wonderful Memory
One of the pretty incidents of the re
ception was the reception of Mrs P L
Hannifan of Pocatello one of the so
prano soloists of St Marys dedication
choir As the soloist knelt before the
cardinal the prelate smiled and said
My dear I have met you before
Yes Your Eminence replied the
singer
The cardinal would not let her tell
him where they had met before He
waited until he recalei from the depths
of his wonderful memory the occasion
of their previous meeting It wis
twelve years previous when Mrs Han
nifan then Miss Mary Burke was a
resident of Boston On the occasion of
meeting the cardinal she was S the lead I
Inr soprano soloist of the dedicatory
choir of the cathedral rf fct Mary of the
Assupmtion at Bar Harbor Mich
The coterie of Roman Catholic pre
Continued on Page 3
CHILDREN OF
LIVING fLAG
ENTHUSE MAIHJ
Twelve Hundred Little Ones
March and Sing Before
Thousands of Spectators
MARCHERS ARE CHEERED
ALONG ROUTE OF PARADE
SPECTACLE BRINGS FORTH OVA
TION WHEN OLD GLORY
WAVES AS IF IN BREEZE
Amid enthusiasm more demonstrative
than that exhibited when the ell
f
veterans marched down Main street 011
Wednesday morning the little children
of the living flag formed marched and
sang with all Salt Lake looking on last
night It was the completion of that
part of the flag program which the ter
rific heat and consequent prostrations
In the ranks of the children interfered
with on parade day It was the crown
ing glory of encampment week and a
fitting one
The little tots 1200 strong responded
loyally to the second call of their lead
er and with Main street a solid bank of
humanity on either side for half a mile
they marched and countermarched
singing the patriotic songs of long ago
When the Pioneer monument the start
ing place had been reached on the re
turn they stopped and under the mag
netic direction of Professor William A
Wetzell went through the pretty move
ments which made the Jiving flag a
thing of beauty the day the veterans
marched beneath its living folds with
cheers and tears of patriotism
The cool evening breezes pervaded
where the blistering heat was Wednes
day and the children unhampered by
the sun seemed to enjoy their part
Each child a veritable fairy child in
graceful draperies of the colors red
white and blue carried a tiny flag and
those of the blue field held white stars
above their heads And they marched
In perfect formation their voices ming
ling with the martial strains of bands
that marched with them
Thousands Fill Street
Twenty thousand persons imbued
with all the patriotism engendered by
a week of reveling in the glories of that
past packed the line of march and
cheered with mere spirit than any event
of the encampment has yet called forth
The veterans those who had not de
parted were to be seen here and there
in the crowded ranks appreciating to
the full extent this second living em
bodiment of Old Glory It marked the
close of the most glorious period in
Salt Lakes history and the crowds gave
due recognition of the fact
The second appearance of the living
flag came as a result of hundreds of
requests from those who were unable t
witness the spectacle of the children
dressed in national colors on the flag
stand Wednesday Many thousands
were unable to get a full view of Main
street on the morning of the parade
and waited in tense expectancy the pro
posed march of the flag from the stand
at Seventh South and Main streets to
the monument corner When the an
nouncement was made that owing to
the intense heat and numerous prostra
tions among the children the latter
half of the program had been dispensed
with disappointment was everywhere
evidenced Pressure was at once brought
to bear on Professor Wetsell to conclude
his program The latter upon confer
ring with the executive committee
promised to repeat the living flag and
last nights inspiring spectacle was the
result
Children Respond
The children with the exception of a
few hundred responded promptly to
the call to meet at the assembly hall
at 630 oclock yesterday afternoon
where they were again given their
capes and caps and after a short re
hearsal marched to Main and South
Temple streets where the flag was
formed Streetcar traffic was shut off
for an hour while the flag formed and
awaited the starting signal
Headed by Helds band and the lad
ies of the G A R band the flag
marched to Fourth South street and
countermarched to South Temple street
Professor Wetxell mounted on the seat
of a carriage directed his little charge
as they marched and when the monu
ment was reached he put them through
the special movements which produced <
the wonderful effects of a real flag rip
pling in the breese This was admirably
effected by a singular backward and
forward movement of the various
stripes in unison The people packed
several rows deep made a great am
phitheatre of Main street during theM
exercises
ANNOUNCEMENT OF DISPUTE
CENSUS PLACES iS DELAY
Colonel Lyon of Texas Will Urge
That Republicans Should
Get Positions <
Beverly Mass Aug Althoughtlon l of census supcnrlwnfajp he would
President Taft had a long talk with
Postmaster General Hitchcock this aft
ernoon regarding some disputed census
places announcement of the names of
more than 906 supervisors yet to be
commissioned was withheld until to
morrow The delay in announcing the
successful candidates was due to the
Inability of Mr Taft to complete today
the signing of the commission Secre
tary Nagel of tho department of com
merce and labor affixed his signature to
all of the commissions before leaving
today
Colonel Cecil Lyon Republican na
tional committeeman from Texas was
hurried back to Boston when the Bev
erly curfew bell began to toll return
ing to town this afternoon and accom
panied Postmaster General Hitchcock
to the Taft cottage Colonel Lyon said
he wanted to talk over the rrps ltnts
trip thrugh Texas next Oct > brr bt f I
the president should bring up the iucs
be glad to converse on the subject with
the chief magistrate
As a matter of fact Colonel Lyon Is
urging that the sixteen census super
visors in Texas be Republicans and his
protest was held up up announcement
of the names of the eight Democrats
and eight Republicans agreed for the
Texas offices
The president today altered hIs
previous route through Anions to in
elude Phoenix and Prescott in the
places to be visited on his western trip
According to the revised schedule the
president will leave Los Angeles on the
evening of Oct 12 instead < if the morn
ing of the 12th After a brief stop at
Phoenix on the 13th he will proceed to
Prescott whence he win resume hl3
Journey to the Grand lryL
President Tuft Juk l brother
Charles P Taft of Cincinnati out on
the Essex Country club Rolf links tnlay
and beat him to a frizk The prtf
dmt dfa h t1 i t > n111h 1 fr
ta br fLr t Jat to final B ra
jf the mat ii vas

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