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PRESIDENT PRfSIONTIN
IN CHICAGO CHICAGOI
I Emphatic Defense of Right Rightof
of Laborers to Organize in inNotable inNotable
Notable Speech Delivered Deliveredby
by Mr Taft in Windy City CityLAW CityLAW
LAW MUST BE RESPECTED RESPECTEDIN
IN SUCH ORGANIZATIONS ORGANIZATIONSGratification ORGANIZATIONSGratification
Gratification Expressed That ThatTime ThatTime
Time Has Proven the Truth Truthof
of Assertions Made by the theNations theNations
Nations Chief Executive ExecutiveNCIDENTS ExeCUtiveNCIDENTS
NCIDENTS OF THE VISIT VISITChicago VISITChicago
Chicago Sept 16A strong de defense defense
fense of labors right to organize in a alawful alawful
lawful manner was the feature of an antaddress anaddress
address by President Taft in Orches Orchestra Orchestm
tra hall here tonight The president presidentalso
also said he would recommend to the thenext thenext
next congress the legislation on the thednjunction thednjunction
dnjunction as promised by the Repub Repubilicnn RepubA
A ilicnn platform He insisted that the thelights theI
I lights of the nonunion laborer be beIully e eiully
iully protected protectedPresident protectedPresident
President Taft dloted the second sec sectIon eectIon
> tIon of his address to the courts He de declared dodared
dared no questl n before the American Americancople Amerl an aneop1e
cople Is more Important than the Im Improvement Improvement
provement ot administration ot justice justiceHe
He said lIe would recommend to congre congrethe eongrethe
the appointment of a commllMllon to take takelIp takeJp
lIp the question of the laws delay in the thefederal theftthra1
federal LOnrt and he hoped tile report reportat
at this commlulon would serve as a a aguide aguide
guide to the states In effecting remedial remediall remedallcglslatlon
l lcglslatlon lcglslatlonThe slatlon slatlonThe
The president R88erted the admlnl admInItra admInItralion tra tralIon
lIon of criminal law Is a dl dtagrace gra to toAmerican toAmerican
American clvlll1llttlon as the poor man manlas man3ias
las not an equal opportunity with the therkh the11L
rkh litigant He said he would discuss dlscuthe discussth
the th tariff later upon his journey joumeMr
Mr Tafts address was the prinellHll prinellHllevent principelevent
event ot his visit to Chicago Before Beforespeaking BeforespeakIng
speaking he rode through the South Park ParkIysten Parksten
Iysten sten and reviewed 150000 school chit children chitdren
dren assembled to do him honor took tookluncheon tookluncheon
luncheon with the Commercial club and Rndattlnded andattended
attended a ball game In which the New NewYork Newyork
York Nationals defeated Chicago
Address of the President PresidentMr
Mr 1 Tafts address follows fo11osIt
It III just about a year ago tonlllht tonlllhttl tonightttt
tl ttt < lt I madi a RpPech In this hall to some someJ
J M member ot the railroAd labor 01 orgznzation
I IiDizations
iDizations In Which I attempted to con conlfl
inp lfl P them that there was nothing in my mydisionll
disionll 1 isions af a circuit judge In labor In Inj1Jltiol1 injwtion
j1Jltiol1 cases which ought to make them themt
t tt against I me for th the presidency It Ita ItWas
Was a a crttJcal time In the campaign It Itas Ita
as a a critical qllestiqn and UI I review reviewt
1 t tt t whole controvrs Of1trop 3 there was hardly hardlytl hardlytlr
tl tlr r speech In my campaign of greater Ireaterhrtance greaterlirtanre
hrtance to me than that one that In InIW Inw
IW w of the result of the e eIction lfon I 100 100blk look looktk
blk upon it now with sJMcl I Interest InterestYou interestYou
You will remember perhaps that th th1rHI the theLld
1rHI ot th the Federation of Labor who whoLlll whoL
Llll L declared for m my opponent was as anx anxIIS anxl
IIS l s to carry the whole union labor vote votegainst votegainst
gainst me and u the ground for his hisatlun histhin
atlun thin was my m decisions alii a jud judge I IWdS IWaS
WaS rut under the burden which I think thinkno
110 other Candidate for the presidency presldencen
en ever had to bear of explaining and de defn dofrAdlng
fn frAdlng lng In II political contest the decis deciskns decisIons
Ions which I had malE as a judge upon uponItll upoittLI
Itll bench It was a assumed by many who whothought whothought
thought t themselves em elvel familiar with the sit situation altuatlon
uation that I would lose a large part ot ottJ oftit
tJ tit labor vote which had theretofore theretoforelleen
teen evenlY divided between the Republi Republicans
cans and the Democrats DemocratsAssumption DemocratsAssumption
Assumption Proved Incorrect IncorrectThe
The result showed that this assumption auumptlonwas
was Incorrect and that labor menunion menunionlabor menunionlabor
labor as well as nonunion labor men menthought menthought
thought for themselves voted according accordingto
E to t their own judgment and declined to tobe tobe
be delivered as a body to one party or orthe i ithe
the other On the whole 1 do not think I Irmffered Iaiffered
rmffered materially from the loss ot labor laborvotes aborvotes
votes In the discussions I asserted that thlltI
I was as much Interested as anyone In Inmalntalnlnlt inruaIntainIn
malntalnlnlt the cause ot labor when la labar Iabor
bar organized or unorganized by proper propermethods propermethods
methods sought to better Its condition by bylegislation bylegislation
legislation or otherwise e I said I ex exJI expccted
JI pccted < ted to recommend to congrellll If I were wereelEcted wereeIeted
elEcted that Interstate railroads be re required requtred
quired to adopt any additional devices devices10und devicesfiund
10und useful for the purpose of saving savinglrcm
frcm loss ot life or limb employes en engaged engaged I
gaged In the dangerous business of rail railroading I Iroading
roading T alllO said I favored the adop adoption adopA
A tion of legislation looking to a proper properdflnltion properdiInition
dflnltion ot the cases In which prelim preliminary prelimmary
mary Injunctions might l Issue ue without no notice notlce
tice and defining the procedure In such suchmattenl suchmatters
matters
Promises Will Be Kept KeptNow KeptNow
Now that the election has come and andgone andgone
gone I want to take this opportunity of ofsaying ofsaying
saying that I have not forgotten my own ownpromises ownpromises
promises or those of the platform and andI
I propose In the next lIf session lon of congress COngleNt
t to recommend the legislation on the sub subiEt subet
iEt of Injunction which was promised In intbc
thE Republican platform and to see seehlther seewltlier
hlther by such legislation it is not pos posaitlle peaahle
aitlle to avoid even a few cases ot abuses abulMsttat abusesC
ttat C at can be cited against th thn federal federalContinued federalContinued
Continued or Page 2
W ANTED TO TOHlP TOHELPCOOK
HlP HELPCOOK HELPCOOKOommander COOK COOKCommander
Commander Peary Landed Sup Supplies Supplies
plies at Etah for His Rival Rivalon
on August 17 1908 Accord According According
ing to Letter Written Then ThenCnNGRATULATIONS ThenCONGRATULATIONS
CONGRATULATIONS SENT SENTBY SENTBY
BY NOTED SCIENTISTS SCIENTISTSDirector SCIENTISTSDirector
Director of Royal Observatory ObservatoryExpresses ObservatoryExpresses
Expresses His Belief That ThatBoth ThatBoth
Both Peary and Cook CookReached CookReached
Reached the North Pole PoleSAY PoleSAY
SAY NANSEN SHOULD KNOW KNOWNew
New York Sept 16When Her HerI Herbert
I bert L Bridgman secretary and treas treasurer treasurer
urer of the Peary Arctic club re returned returned
turned today from Sydney N S he hefound hefound
found awaiting him a number of ofcablegrams ofcablegrams
cablegrams of congratulations to toCommander toCommander
Commander Robert E Peary among amongwhioh amongwhich
which was a message dated Uccle UccleBelgium UccieBelgium
Belgium September 8 The telegram telegramwas
was as follows followsPeary followsPeary
Peary International polar commis commission commission
sion addresses sincerest congratulations congratulationsto
to their members
CAGNI CAGNINORDENSKIJOLD CAGNLNORDENSKIJOLD
NORDENSKIJOLD NORDENSKIJOLDLECOINTE NORDENSKIJOLDLECOINTE
LECOINTE LECOINTEUccle LECOINTEUcele
Uccle it Is the site of the royal Belgium Belgiumo Belgiumoboervatory
o oboervatory rvator of which 11 Looointe Is the thedirector thedirector
director Captain Umberto Cagnl who whowas whowas
was the Italian leader of the Du DudAbruzzls DucdAbruzzts
dAbruzzls polar expedition Is presi president president
dent of the International polar commis commission cominisslon
sion Dr NordensklJold Is Its vice pros presIdfmt prosident
Idfmt and headed a Swedish expedition exp4dltlonInto
Into the Arctic while M 1 I Is its itssecretary Itssecretary
secretary secretaryWith secretaryWith
With the weight of the theu 1I name be behind behind
hind It the cablegram assumes 51en 51entinc sJentitle
title importance llr Bridgman pointed pQlntedout
out of the magnitude It Is he said saidthe saidthe
the 0 K to the Poory claims of the thehighest thehighest
highest qualified body of international internatianalexperts internationalexperts
experts in the world
Supplies at Etah for Cook CookWuhington CookWashington
Washington Sept 16Commander 16CommanderRobert 16CommanderRobert
Robert 1 E < Pfary landed two men at atEtah atEtab
Etah with supplies for Dr Cook on onAug onAug
Aug 17 1908 according to a letter made madepuhllc madepublic
public today which he wrote on that thatday thatday
day to the superintendent of the coast coastand uastand
and geodetic survey surveyIn
In his letter Pesry e ry revlew d llls voy voyap voyage
ap from Sydney from which port tM tMRoosevelt theRoosevelt
Roosevelt sailed on July 17 until the thetime thetime
time he left Etah on the day that he heConlnued heContinued
Continued on Page 2 2BUSINfSS 2BusthIiIEN
BUSINfSS BusthIiIEN BusthIiIENTOORGANIZE MfN MfNTO
TO ORGANln TOORGANIZETaxpayers ORGANlnTaxpayers
Taxpayers of Idaho Will En Endeavor Endeavor
deavor to Defeat State StateWide StateWide
Wide Prohibition ProhibitionSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanBoise Republfcan I IBoise
Boise Ida Sept ISAs 1 As an out outgrowth I Icrowth
growth ot the taxpayers league In this thiscity thiscity
city backed by leading business m men menand n nand
and who whose e activities were responsible responsiblefor
for the defeat ot prohibition at the therecent therecent
recent local option election here the theentire theentire
entire state Is to be organized on aim simIlar aimliar
liar lines and the principal purpose of ofthe ofthe
the movement will be to defeat the plan planto
to secure enactment of a statewide statewideprohibition statewideprohibition
prohibition law The plan has been beenpractically beenpractically
practically agreed upon for several severaldas severaldas
das and rumors concerning It have havebeen havebeen
been afloat but It was only today that thatpollltive thatpositive
pollltive Information was available It ItIs Itis
Is the purpose to organize a league In Inevery Inevery
every county In the state and to hold a astate astate
state convention The or organization nizatlon will willnot willnot
not enter the political field excepting exceptingwhen 1 1when
when It ma may be nece necessary sary to fight the theprohibition theprohibition
prohibition forces The members will willact willact
act as a unit In that connection No Nosaloon i
saloon loon man will ill be identified with the themovement
movement the plan being to make It a abulness abusiness I
business and taxpayers body exclu exclusive exclusive
sive of those engaged In the liquor liquortraffic J
traffic trafficThe trafficThe
The organization will oppo oppose the sa saloon saloon
loon as at the pre present ent constituted and andwill andi andiwill
will use its Influence to secure regula regulations regulations
tions that will place drinking on a ahigher ahigher
higher plane according to a statement statementby
by one ot the leaders It will favor favorwithdrawal
withdrawal of license from any salooD salooDman salooman
man who ells liquor to an habitual habitualdrunkard habitualdrunkard
drunkard or PF to anyone anY one who shoWIJ shoWIJ81gns show showeigns
81gns of intoxication
WEAL WEALTH 18 OF OFE E H HARRIMAN HARRIMANRUNS
RUNS INTO BIG FIGURES FIGURESEstimated FIGURESEstimated
Estimated at From 75000000 to to100OOOOOOAll to100000000All
100OOOOOOAll Bequeathed Bequeathedto
to the Widow WidowNew
New York Sept l6All of Edward H Harrimans property real and andperso andt
t perso personal l is bequeathed without restrictions of any sort to the widow widowMary widowMary
Mary W Harriman The will was filed for probate at Goshen N Y this thisafternoon thisafternoon
afternoon but was made public in this city It is an extremely brief docu document document
ment dated June 8 1903 and reads as follows
I Edward II Harriman of Arden in intlH intiic
tlH > state ot New Yolk Yoikdo do make publish publishand publishand
and dc declare < 1are this and for my lat will and andtstament andtcstament
tstament that 111 tn say I give devise devlS811d devisetd
811d td bequeath all or my property rllil and andrsonal andirsonal
rsonal ot every khul and natur to tofllY tony
fllY wife l ry W V Harriman to he her herallsolutely hersahsolutely
allsolutely and tOlter and do hrh Irhy nom nomlnat noinjiiat
lnat and appoint the Raid Mary Iar W V liar Harriman liarriz
riman riz an to be th the fxutrix r thi will willIn willJn
In wtt witness wlwrHr I lia
st my hand arl spa a I thi his tiRl1tJl igli t l Iav Ia or orJlme 4 4Jine
Jlme In the yef Nmteen i1Tlt > 11 l Hndrd llndn and andTieE aidThree
Three TieElImed Threegned
lImed EDWARD H HARRiMAN HAHRUIANSlgT1ld HARRiMANgned
SlgT1ld al1 amt puhlishd an and dl dlTrd derJ
Trd hv tie ttat fir and hi Ii will willd
01 testament in 11111 n pnSPTI i rit will It Itm its
m s T 41 Ilst TSt < lll th1 In Ii 1 h i j 11 I i ithe JI1 JI1tbe
the prefl pre nu of It ah Jth r haw ah ot
us hereunto subscribed our names ag wit witn witSIped witnesse
n nesse nesseSigned
Signed QHARLES AP A PAflODY PAflODYC ODY ODYC
C C TEGETHOFF TEGETHOFFMr
Mr Peabody i8 pre prestdent tdent of the Mutual Mutual1lte MutualLife
Life Insurance ompany llr Tegethoft Tegethoftwas
was on ot Mr Ir lIarrimans secretaries secretariesMr
Mr Peabody woo made the statement statementpUbliC tatementpubll
pUbliC declined to make any eitJmate e as asto astO
to the value of Mr Harrlmans estate 08tateAceordillg estateAccnrdtg
Aceordillg to a Walt Tall street publication lHlblicaUonJt
Jt ean au be stated Oft the highest author authorIt authority
It ity tAt Mr Hammans property propertyamounted propertyamounted
amounted to between 1i000000 and 100 1110floshen
000000 000000Go
Go floshen < ln N Y Sept 161he will ot E EH EH
H Harr Iiarriiian lan was flJd lure today N Nilia Nu Nui
i ilia I tit u 1 AIr llalTUnanf llalTUnanfow IIaTIInnsgwen
ow gwen in the petition for for1rV fox1jrijaL
1rV 1jrijaL Jat
8T ARTING PLACE OF ARCTIC EXPLORERS IS ISMOST ISMOST
MOST NORTHERLY SETTLEMENT It WORLD
1
ETAH GREENLAND GREENLANDSettlement GREENLANDSettlement
Settlement from which both Peary and Cook begun their dashes to the North Pole
THREATENS THE THfPUBLIC THEPUBLICHEALTH
PUBLIC PUBLICHEALTH PUBLICHEALTHPast fAlTH fAlTHPast
Past Assistant Surgeon Finds FindsMany FindsMany
Many Cases of Pellagra in inUnited inUnited
United Stat States StatesWashingtQn s sa
WashingtQn a blngtn Sept 16Expr6tllhig a abelief abelief
belief that pellagra hi likely to be become become
come in this country II public health healthproblem healthproblem
problem f1f greater proportions than thanat
at present reall realized ed C H Lavinder Lavinderpast Lavinderpast
past assistant surgeon pUblic health healthand healthand
and marine hospital service has just justreported Justreported
reported the results of his Investiga Investigations investigations
tions of that disease In the Illinois Illinoisstate Illinoisstate
state hospital for the Insane to Sur Surgeon Surgoon
goon General Wymap WymapThere WyinagThere
There are ar forty or tlftY wl1 ll defined detlnedcases definedcases
cases ot peUagra In the Institution IIC IICcording MCcording
cording to tt Dr Lavinder The type of ofthe ofthe
the disease there differs In some re respects respeets
spects from the general type he Is fa familiar familiar
miliar with In the south but that the thedlsea thedisease
disease e should vary south1 in indlfferent d fferent local locaItles localitles
Itles Is said to be not unusual unusualThe unusualThe
The conditions are however de declares dodares
dares Dr Lavinder definite and well wellmarked wellmarked
marked and admit ot a positive dlag dlagnosle diagnosia
nosle nosleInqulr nosiaInquiry
Inquiry was made at to how much muchcorn muchcorn
corn or Its products entered Into the thegeneral thegeneral
general diet and It was l learned that tbatcorn thatcorn
corn l is used sparingly perhaps not notmore notmore
more than two or tJ1ree times 8 week weekThe weekThe
The quality ot the meal and hominy homlnwhich hominywhich
which I saw was to all appearance appearanceexcellent appearancesexcellent
excellent I was unable to assign any anycause anycause
cause for the extent of the disease In Inthe Inthe
the hospital hospitalThere hospitalThere
There Is one phase of tile situation situationIn
In thllf thl Institution which has been com common cornmon
mon In my experiellce experiencehere here as well wellelsewhere as aselsewhere
elsewhere when the disease was final finally
Iy recognized t the e medical staff recalled recalledthat recalledthat
that tHe disease had been In the IIt IItstitutfon Institutlon
stitutfon for many yars and the super superintendent u > > er erintendent
intendent t told ld me that now he realized realizedhe
he has had cases ever since the Insti Institution Institutlon
tution was opened eight years ago agoHR agoHER
HR MOTHER PUT PUTPOISON PUTPOISONIN
POISON POISONIN IN BEER BHRDaughter BEERDaughter
Daughter of Harper E Bennett BennettGives BennettGives
Gives Testimony Favorable Favorableto
to Father FatherAngeles FatherAngeles
Angeles Sept 16The 1 yearold IyearoMdhter yearoldd
d dhter ht r of Harper E Bennett the real reale realman
= e man on trial for the murder of hIS hISIJtlve hisw
w gave sensational n atlonal testimony In de do dofjuse
fjuse < 3 of her fAther when she took the the5tald thetad
tad today todayTla todayThe
The little girl testltietbln effect that thater
er mother had put the ll I ° n In the beer beerJ beerth1ch
J th1ch hich both Bennett Bennettand and Iii his wife drank drankresulting drankresulting
resulting it Was alleged in the latters lattersdeath lattersdeath
death and Bennetts serious illness Fur Further Furthor
thor the child Mid that she had frequent frequentlih frequentlvaM
h lvaM ard her mother threaten to kill herself herselfShe herselfShe
She had put her arms around her mother motherand motherand
and begged ged her not to do It Then her hermother hermother
mother said she testifIed that she would wouldnot wouldnot
not pol potIOn on herself until Mr Bennett was wasthere wasthere
there to see her do It ItRelll itRegarding
Relll Regarding rding what occurred on the night nightof
of her mothers death the daughter testl testlfted testifled
fled ftedIamma Mamma took a little blue paper bound boundwith boundwith
with a rubber band and went into the thepantry thepantry
pantry and slammed the door When she shecame shecame
came out she had two glasses ot beer beerShe beerShe
She gave pap papa one of them and kept one onelleISf oneherself
lleISf herself > lf Papa drank his right oft but butmamma butmamma
mamma only sipped hers hersThis hersThis
This the defense will contend explains explainshow
how then came to be strychnine In Mrs MrsBennetts Irs IrsBennetts
Bennetts stomach
p eo eoINJURlfS aIWJllIES
INJURlfS PROVED FATAL FATALMrs
Mrs Morris Widow of the Chicago ChicagoPaoker ChicagoPacker
Packer Dies in France as Result Resultof
of Auto Accident AccidentIontalnebleau AccidentFontainebleaU
Iontalnebleau France Sept 16 16Mrs 16MrsMorris lrs lrsMirri
Morris widow of the late Nelson Morrisot Morris
ot Chicago dl died < < l here today from Injuries Injuriesreceived injuriesreceived
received In an automobll accident near nearhere nearhere
here Sept It 10Accompanied
Accompanied by her dater Mrs Wolf Wolfof olf
of Chicago and a private secretary ecretarYf Mrs MrsMorris Ir IrMorris
Morris was making lID nutomob automobfle Ie rip riptrom ripfrom
from Paris to Geneva Th Three milts c ut utof Utof
of Fontalneblee the car met a heavy heavywaJon heavywagon
wagon loaded with brick brickThe brickThe
The horses reared In front of the au automobile automobile
tomobile but the cha1J chaufdur feur avoided a col colIIston collialon
IIston by swinging this car Into a ditch ditchThe ditchThe
The abrupt stop threy Mrs MorrIs MorrIsagainst Morrisagainst
against the front seald sea 3he he sustained in injuries injuries
juries to the abdo abdonfn n whlt Wlihli h brought brollghtabout broughtabout
about the crisis of If a ilsilSe from wuch wuchshe wiichshe
she wa a Fufferr FufferrMr rufferrMrs
Mr Morris I lris W3 rEmovtd tf a ahO5piLi Inf InfhiJSIJ
hiJSIJ hO5piLi n1xer here sb di I this mor nlorng nlorngih ig igfJ
fJ olxto as irrAbrd brd her death to diabetes diabetesand dlabetcsand
and coma ind Induced t cd by ner Injuries
UT UTAH AU DRUfi61ST IS A APARTY APARTY
PARTY TO ELOPEMENT ELOPEMENTIN
IN A SOUTHERN CITY CITYNorfolk
+ Norfolk Va Sept 16Travel 16Traveling +
+ ing from Utah to Norfolk to meet meetthe meetthe +
+ the girl of his choice Nathan An Anderson n nderson +
+ derson Pate a young druggist of ofSalt +
4 Salt Lake arrived here this morn mornIng +
+ 4 lug and was married to Miss ElIz ElIzabeth 4
+ 4 abeth Frances Boyd of Brooklyn Brooklynwho +
+ who eloped to this city to meet her hertlance herfiance +
+ fiance The cer ceremony mony was per performed performed +
+ formed at the clerks office and andthey andthey +
+ they left this afternoon for Salt SaltLake SaltLake +
+ Lake where they will live livePates +
1 + + Pates name does not appear In inthe + + t
+ the city directory and Secretary 4
4 V H Dayton ot tile state board boardof 4 4of
+ of pharmacy said last night that +
+ Pate was not registered here heref 0 0tt +
+ + + + + + + + f + + + + t + p pBOLD + tt T TBOLD + + + +
BOLD ATTEMPT ATTEMPTTO
TO ROB TRAIN TRAINHoldup
Holdup of Passenger No 5 on onthe onthe
the Denver Rio Grande GrandeNear GrandeNear
Near Leadville LeadvilleLeadville LeadvilleLeadville
Leadville Cob Sept 16A daring daringattempt daringattempt
attempt to rob the second section of the theDenver theDenver
Denver Rio Grande No 5 passenger pttssengertrain passengertrain
train was Vb made about 11 oclock tonight tonightfour tonightfour
four miles west ot Malta a small sta station station
tion near Leadville The express car carwas carwas
was dynamited but according to the thetrainmen thetrainmen
trainmen 110 booty was secured securedIt
It is believed that the five men who whowere whowere
were enga engaged ed in the hold up crawled on onthe onthe
the two engines of No ii at Malta The Thetrain Thetrain
train had proceeded but a short dis distance distame
tame when two men crawled over the thetender thetender
tender of each engine and compelled the theengineers theengineers
engineers and firemen to march back backto
to the express car Engineer Smith of ofthe ofthe
the first engine was told to hammer on onthe onthe
the door and order the express messen messenger inessenger
ger to open it The latter however re refused refused
fused to open the door and a charge ot otdyJ14olte ofdyna
dyJ14olte dyna iite was placed under It and the thedoor thedoor
door blown open Three of the robbers robbersrushed robbersrushed
rushed In covering the express messen messenger messenger
ger with their revolvers He was 01 01red ortiered
tiered red to open the safe but said that he hecould hecould
could not Several charges of dynamite dynamitewere
were then placed under the safe but but1thout butwithout
without result exc except pt to completely completelywreck completelywreck
wreck the Interior of the car carAfter carAfter
After firing a parting volley of shots shotsthe shotsthe
the robbers disappeared In the darkness darknessOne darknessOne
One of the trainmen In the meantime meantimehad
had reached Malta and Sheriff Camp
bell with ith a pos posse e at once started for forthe forthe
the scene sceneIt sceneIt
It is rumored that the safe contained containeda
a very large sum of money but this thiscannot thiscannot
cannot be confirmed The train was waswe waswestbound
we westbound toound and wall known as the Chi Chicago Cificago
cago San FranclllCO express expressIffCOGNIZm expressECOGfflZED
IffCOGNIZm AS ASTHE ASTHE
THE LORDOF lORD Of WAR WARFundamental VJARFundamental
Fundamental Laws of Russia RussiaInterpreted RussiaInterpreted
Interpreted and Trouble TroubleA TroubleAvoided
A voided voidedSt
St Petersburg Sept I6The consti constitutional constitutlonal
tutional conflict which nearly resulted resultedIn
In the retirement of the Stolypln cab cabInet cabmet
met last lip spring ring has been adjusted by bythe bythe
the publication of an interpretation of ofthe ofthe
the fundamental Jaws a ws definitely de delineating dehineating
lineating the respective spheres of the themperor theemperor
emperor and parliament in the matter matterof
of army and navy administration The Thedecree Thedecree
decree sets forth that all legislative legislativequestions legislativequestions
questions concerning the organization organizationof
i
of the land and sea forces of the empire empireshall empireshalt
shall be subject to the Immediate sane sanetlon
Uon of the emperor as supreme war warlord varlord
lord His maje majesty ty will JIfl pass also upon uponquestions uponquestions
questions reTatlng to the administra administration
tion of the army and navy Including Includingthe
the estimates ot the navy and millta military militarydepartments y ydepartments
departments provided no further ap appropriations appropriatlons
propriations are entailed But if frt fresh freshcredits > sh shredlt
credits redlt are necessary the supplemen supplementary
tary amount must be applied for In InthE Inthe
thE u uua1 u11 legislativc course ours < dEtalkd dEtalkdstatoMut3 dttaikdstatmcits
statoMut3 as to ti thE employment thErE thErEof thcrcof
of bEing first submitted in the budget
PINCHOT HEARS HfARSI HEARSFROMPRESIDENT
I fROM FROMPRESIDENT FROMPRESIDENTReads PRfSIDfNT PRfSIDfNTReads
Reads Voluminous Message Messagebut
but Declines to Make Any AnySfatement AnyStatem
Sfatement SfatementAvalon Statem ent entAvalon
Avalon Catalina Island Cal 54LPt 54LPtlSA Spt16A
lSA voluminous message from Pros PresIdent Prosident
Ident Taft to Gifford Pinchot chief chletforester chiefforester
forester Of f the United States WU sent sentfrom Sentfrom
from the mainland at Los Angeles by bywlreleu bywireless
wireless to this station yesterday and andtaken andtaken
taken from here to San Clemente ClementeIsland Clementeisland
Island on the haunch Cornell The mes messase message
sage was read byPincbot by Pinchot at mldltl midnight midnightlast t tlaat
last night u be sat t iu his camp campdMlpilered nd nddeciphered
deciphered It hy the light 1f the IIIO moon moonand n nand
and a smoky hand lantern lanternAfter lanternAfter
After reading the missive Pinchot Pinchotdeclined Pinchotdeclined
declined to make any statement re regarding regarding
garding Its contents or t the recent de developments developments
velopments In the Ballinger Incident Incidentand incidentand
and Immediately busied himself with withwriting withwriting
writing a reply to the pre president ident which whichwas whichwas
was brought back to the wireless sta station station
tion here by the cre crew ot the Cornell CornellPlnchot CornellPinchot
Plnchot will return from his camp campon
on Clemente to Avalon on Tuesday next nextand nextand
and then will go direct to the mainland mainlandVith mainlandWith
With Plnchot at Clemente is former formerGovernor formerGovernor
Governor ardee ot California who se severel seerely
verel erely scored Secretary of the Interior InteriorBallInger InteriorBalhinger
BallInger In a speech at Spokane sev several several
eral weeks ago agoThe agoThe
The A Associated oclated Press correspondent correpondentwho
who went on the launch to San Clem Clemente Clemente
ente was unable to secure from either eitherPlnchot eitherPinchot
Plnchot or Pardee an expression re regardlng regardlug
gardlng the action of the president In Inexonerating Inexonerating
exonerating Secretary Ballinger from fromthe fromthe
the charge made against him by L E
Glavls chief of the field division ot the thegeneral thegeneral
general land office officePlnchot officePinchot
Plnchot and Pardee In company with
C F Holder the author and angler
have been living the simple life on
Clemente for two weeks weeksSWARM weeksSARMOFIDAHO
SWARM SARMOFIDAHO SARMOFIDAHOPEOPLEATTEND Of IDAHO IDAHOPfOPH
PfOPH PEOPLEATTEND PEOPLEATTENDDay ATTEND ATTENDDay
Day Set Apart for Gem State StatePeople StatePeople
People at AlaskaYukon AlaskaYukonPacific AlaskaYukonPacific
Pacific Exposition ExpositionSeattl
Seattle Sept 16Governor James H HBrady HBrady
Brady ot Idaho members of his start the theCaldwolI he heCaldwdhl
CaldwolI band and three tralnloedi5 of ofIdaho ofIdaho
Idaho people came to Seattle today to tocelebrate tocelebrate
celebrate Idaho day at the AlaskaYukon
Pacific exposition This Is the third visit visitot visitof
ot Gov Governor rnor Brady who believes that his hisstate hisstate
state has profited greatly by the exposi exposition exposition
tion tionGovernor tionGovernor
Governor Brady was accompanied by the thtfollowing thefollowing
following members of his staff General GeneralA
A M Rowe Gf General > neral I L V Patch and Col Colonels Colonels
onels E 11 Helga W t II I I Gibson Herman HermanR09l1 HermanRoast
Roast and E 11 Hoover HoocrThe HooverThe
The principal exerci exercises es were held this thisafternoon thisafternoon
afternoon In the Idaho building After an anoverture anoverture
overture by the Caldwell band Director DirectorGeneral DirectorGeneral
General Nadpau welcomed the Idaho vi viitors vis visItors
itors In behalf of the exposition Gover Governor Governor
nor Brady responded with the address ot otthe otthe
the day Judge Forney presided presidedFollowing presidedFollowing
Following this program Governor Brady Bradyand Bradyand
and staff held an Informal reception at atthe atthe
the Idaho building buildingThe
The Caldwell band made a tour of the thegroun1s thegrouwls
groun1s pleedmg the exercises and after afterward afterward
ward serenaded the buildings ot the states statesAs statesAn
As souvenirs of the day miniature sacks sacksof
of beet sugar the manufacture of which whichIs
Is a rnpldlgrowlng Industry of Idaho Idahowere Idahowere
were distributed dlstr1butA distributedA
A reception and ball at the Washington V8shlngtonIItate
state building tonight closed the testlvl testlvlties festtvtties
ties tiesAMERICANS tiesAMERICANSTIRE
AMERICANS AMERICANSTIRE TIRE OF STRFf STRFfNativeBorn STRFFNativeBorn
NativeBorn Workmen Will Return Returnto
to Employ of Pressed Steel SteelCar SteelCar
Car Company CompanyPittsburg CompanyPittsburg
Pittsburg Pa Sept 16Wlth the theAmerican theAmerican
American f18 flag at the head of their col column column
umn the American workmen employed employedIn
In the Irefl Pressed ed Steel Car companys plant plantIn
In SchoemlIIe to8 today will fall In line to tomorrow tomorrow
morrow and march to the works worksSince worksSince
Since the American and foreign strik strikers strikera
ers have spilt the Americans > J ha7 < i de decided docided
cided to return to work as a thy are sat satItled satisfied
Itled with conditions since tne strike strikeas trlkewas
was as declared off last week wePkTbroughout weekThroughout
Throughout the strike 1lstrlct the theAmerlca1Ul theAmericans
Americans made it known to the foreign foreignstr1kers foreignstrikers
strikers today that if insult wa offered utferedto
to the flag th lfffIllpr would bE shot shotdead shotdead
dead It Is a accepted < that the majority majorityot
ot the marchers In the unique nIlue lal1ol pa parade paraie
rade will go armed armedI armedTu
Tu annotinriiuflt < I nnOllnnl1I nt that th mEtjins Anierjjnwcud mEtjinswoud
woud ri rl t tu 1 I IS nt wij vi vianc lEfi lEfianc
anc n t o I jn Irkr vii viitircat
threat n t sh 5ti all uttrr3 tQ t r nme nmework me mework
work lrsIIt Uo tt stOI kl
CONDEMNED ICONOfMNOBY
BY BANKERS BANKRSDelegates
Delegates to the th American ASI Asj Asjsociation
sociation Unanimous Against AgainstPostal I
Postal Savings Bank Plan Planand Planand
and the Guar Guaranty nty Deposit DepositBOTH DepositBOTH
BOTH IDEAS DENOUNCED DENOUNCEDIN
IN UNMEASURED TERMS TERMSReport TERMSReport
Report of State Supervisor SupervisorYoung SupervisorYoung
Young of Oklahoma on the theWorking theWorking
Working of the Law in That ThatState ThatState
State Is Flatly Contradicted ContradictedNOT
NOT A SPEECH IN DEFENSE DEFENSEChicago DEFENSEChicago
Chicago Sept 16Not a voice voicewas voicewas
was raised today in defense of the thepostal thepostal
postal savings bank plan in the ses sesI
I sions of the American Bankers asso association association
ciation convention nor was a word worduttered worduttered
uttered in favor of guaranty deposit depositstate depositstate
state or national banks In f rmal rmalreports rmalreports
reports in speeches and in impromptu imprompturemarks imprompturemarks
remarks both ideas were repeatedly repeatedlyscored repeatedlyscored
scored by the bankers bankersIn
In the savings bank section Hem HemU Henry HenryIlensehen
U Ilensehen > nSthen of Chicago attacked the pas pasal peaal
al savings bank by declaring that If the thegood thegood
good ot the country demanded that the theexperience theexperience
experience of trusted and Intelligent men menas menas
as custodians of the peoples savings hi hidisregarded bedisregarded
disregarded and the cu custodianship turned turnedover turnedover
over to third and fourth dallll postmasters postmli4ltersthe
the bankers would acquiesce but that If Ifthe ifhe
the welfare ot the country dill not demand demandsuch demandsuch
such action the bankers would protest In Inno inno
no un uncrtaln rtain tones tonesPresident tonesPresident
President George 11 Reynolds the bead beadof beadof
of the Bankers association CODIfratu CODIfratulated congratuhated
hated the Savings Ings bank section 00 its itsstead itssteady
stead steady opposition to the postal savIngs savIngsbank vtnpbtink
bank ld idea a
ideaLaws aLaws Laws to Be Revised RevlsdPre RevisedPresident
Pre President Jdent Re30JH Iteynoda > Ids prophesied that thatwithin thatwithin
within a year there would be such a re revielon revision
vision of the national banking < < laws lawswould as aswould
would permit national banks to accept acceptsa1ngs acceptsavings
savings depo deposits depositsThe ltB ltBThe
The members of the standing law and andfederal andfederal
federal legislative committee of the aSllO aSllOdetIo assoelation
elation dl8Cu discussed ecl the question ot securing securingnational securingnational
national legislation placing the taxation of ofb8nklng ofbanking
banking institutions on an equal basis baalsA
A resolution was offered to put the say sayinga v vIRgil
IRgil b81k section on record as favoring favoringthe
the segregation ot savings depoRts but butIt butIt
It wa referred to a committee without withoutacUon withoutaction
action acUonCommenL actionComment
Comment II made by several of th thbank8lll the thebankers
bankers Oft the bank guaranty law and Its Its1M It Itetfiet
etfiet 1M Okhlhotna lit 1 dIrect coDtradle coDtradlettota
ttota to to the pral praise e of State Supervl Supervisor SupervisorYoung or orYoung
Young of Oklahoma at the meeting ot the thebank thebank
bank supervisors earl early In the week weekThe weekThe
The savings taak section elected Wil William Wil11am
liam R Greers of Cleveland as presi president president
dent dentENTRYMEN
dentNTRvr ENTRYMEN NTRvr fN I DID DIDNOT DIDNOT
NOT PUT PUTUP UP CASH CASHInteresting CASHInteresting
Interesting Evidence Given by byRuf byRufus
Ruf Rufus s J Ireland in Wyo Wyoming Wyoming
ming Coal and Case CasNeW CaseNew
NeW York Sept ISRufull J Ire Ireland Irehand
land of Amlt1l1e L I jointly In IndIcted Indicted
dIcted with Vllberforce Sully and andGeorge andGeorge
George W Dally of this city and Frank FrankT
T Wells of Amltvi1le on charges of ofconspiracy ofconspiracy
conspiracy to defraud the government governmentof
of coal lands in Big Horn county Wyo Wyoming Wyoining
ming was recalled as a witness today todayat
at the extradition proceedings before beforeUnited beforeUnited
United States Commi Commissioner loner Hitchcock HitchcockIt
It is alleged that the defense e has ad admitted admitted
mitted that the cost of the coal lands landswas landswas
was not paid for by the coterie ot Aml Amltvllle Amltyvihle
tvllle entrmen but b by persons prom promInently prominently
Inently identified with the Owl Creek CreekCoal CreekCoal
Coal com company pliny which ubtequenUy ac acquired acquired
quired them The witness Is president presidentof
of that company He told of a meeting meetingof
of the board of directors In 1907 when whenhe
he was voted an annual salary of 2500 2500and 2500and
and Samuel Hildreth and Fank T TVeils TWells
Veils alS also counsel 2000 OOO per annum annumeach annumeach
each About the time the officers of the thecompttny thecompany
company were voting the salaries It ap appears appears
pears from Irelands testimony that the theUnion theUnion
Union Trust company of Chicago was wasdemanding wasdemanding
demanding payment on a note for 50
000 of thE Owl Creek Coal company companywhich companyvhich
which It held In order to protect her herIntereMts herinterests
interests Mrs Mary P My Myton ton a rela relatle relatire
tire of Sully took up the note and now nowholds I
holds all hut four of the ninety IM8ud IM8udof
of 90000 bOllds of the coal company
MilK MILKMAYBE MILKMAYBERESPONSIBLE MAY 8
RESPONSIBLE RfSPONSl8tfCity
City Health Authorities Fear FearThat PearThat
That Woods Cross Dairy DairyMay DairyMay
May Have Started au Epi Epidemic Epidemic
demic of Typhoid Fever FeverO FeverONEISDEADAND
O ONEISDEADAND JE IS DEAD AND EIGHT EIGHTARE EIGHTARE
ARE ILL WITH DISE DISEASE DISEASEWife SE SEWife
Wife of Dairyman Is Suffering SufferingWith
With What Physician Be Believes Believes
lieves to Be Typhoid Fever Feverand Feverand
and an Investigation Is Oil OilWILL OnWILL
WILL SEEK A COMPLAINT COMPLAINTOne
One death three in hOipit h00pitls ls and Ilndfive andfive
five others down with typhoid fever feverat
at their homes all due to drinking drinkingmilk
milk carrying typhoid germs is the thebelief thebelief
belief of the city food and dairy com commissioner cornmissioner
missioner and Assistant Health Com Commissioner Cornmissioner
missioner Dr S G Paul As a result resultof
of ID n investigation yesterday an ef effort effort
fort will be made today to have a acomplaint acomplaint
complaint issued igaiut D David DavidMaus vid vidMaUSi
MaUSi aJl a ilk Ik dealer of Woods Cross CrossFour CrossFour
Four of the cases were reported to the thecity thecity
city board ot health and the others otherswere otherswere
were run down by the city dairy com commluioner cornmissioner
missioner In tracing UNIII ot the Mauss Maussmilk Maussmilk
milk The victims are areThe areThe
The Dead DeadCaroline DeadCaroline
Caroline Emlla Jacobs AI Third aye avfOnue ayeflue
flue who died Wednesday and was wasburled wasburied
burled ye yesterday tenJa Her death resulted 1e8Ultedfrom resultedfrom
from typhoid ffftr though heart fail failure failtwo
two was given as the immediate cause causeof causeof
of death
The Sick SickXlll SickMrs
Xlll C W Pratt m ThIrd avenue avenueiii
111 with typhoid fever feverC
C y Rleee M 5 Canyon road taken takento
to L D S bo hospital ltat suffering wIth wIthtyphoid un untyphoid
typhoid fever teverL
L Yarpbal boardaat boards at IiIWeaThlrd IiIWeaThlrdSouth 15Weat Tblrd TblrdSouth
South street taken to Sf Marks lies hospital liespita
pita suffering with typhoid Lever LeverEllen ever everEllen
Ellen B Barton 157 B street ill three threeweeu threeweeks
weeks with typhoid fever feverJames feverJames
James Finley 157 B street In three threeweeIuJ threeweeks
weeks with typhoid fever feverJ
J H McMtuan G4 4 Third venue ill illwith iiiwith
with typhoid fever and wife taken to toSt toSt
St Mark hospital ye yesterday yesterdayM tenlay tenlayY
Y A Morrison 111 16 West Third South Southstreet Southstreet
street typhoid fever feverWill feverwill
Will Examine Milk MilkAll MilkAll
All of these according to the city citydairy citydairy
dairy Inspector UBe milk from Xaus XausBros MausBros
Bros dairy at Woods Cro Cross A bottl bottlof bottiof
of this milk was taken from one ot the thewagons thewagons
wagons yesterday and delivered to City CityChemist CityChemist
Chemist Herman Harms for analysis analY8isA
A report on this will be made either tn tnday today
day or tomorrow but the chemist is isdoubtful isdoubtful
doubtful about finding an any typhoid typhoidgenus typhoidgenus
genus in the milk milkMrs milkMrs
Mrs David MauII8 lies 111 at her home homeat
at roods Cross with what i is believed believedto
to be typhoid fever though this fact facthas facthas
has not yet been established establishedFollowing establishedFollowing
Following the Investigation In Salt SaltLake SaltLake
Lake sterday morning thedalry the dairy com commissioner cornmissioner
missioner and Dr Paul went tJ Woods WoodsCross WoodsCross
Cross in the afternoon to investigate Inve8tlgatethe
the cue there thereIt
It Wall learned that Xlll Mauss Mau has hasbeen hasbeen
been UI for nearly three weeks Dr A AS AS
S Brown of Bountiful wu at first ftrstcalled firstcalled
called on the ca case e and is said Id to have havedlagno havediagnosed
dlagno diagnosed ed the case all typhoid fever It Itwill Itwill
will be learned today If this report was wasmade wasmade
made to the county health oiftdal ot otDavis ofDavis
Davis county and if Dr Brown made madethis madethis
this statement to David fauu after afterthe afterthe
the first examination Dr Brown was wason wason
on the caN only one day when a phy physician physician
sician of Salt Lake was called and has hasbeen ha habeen
been treating the woman for pulmonary pulmonartrouble pulmonarytrouble
trouble Several days ago a nurse was wascalled wascalled
called and has been treating the woman womanfor womanfor
for typhoid fever It is stated statedBrothers statedBrothers
Brothers Conduct Dairy DairyDavid DairyDavid
David and Steve Mauss conduct the thedairy thedairy
dairy delivering the milk in Salt Lake LakfIt LakeIt
It was found that David Manes milks milksten milksten
ten cows at his home and then takes takesthe takeithe
the milk about twenty pItons 10 the thehome th thhome
home of hit brother nearly half a mill millaway rntlaway
away wh where the cooler and other ap appliances appliances
pliances used in the milk business are arekept arekept
kept keptBut 1 1But
But the milk bottles and palls have havebeen havebeen
been cleaned in the house where Mrs MrsMau MrsMauss
Mau Mauss has been Ill the oftlctals claim claimSome claimSome
Some of the neighbors told the officials oiftclalsthat officialsthat
that Mauss had told them weeks ago agothat agothat
that hi wife was down with typhoid typhoidfevr typhoidfever
fever but Mau > H said yesterday that thatContinued thatContinued
Continued on Page 2
GLA GLAVIS VIS SUMMAmiDISMISSED
DISMISSED FROM OFFICE OFFICEMan
Man Who Went After Ballinger BallingerNow BallingeriTow
Now Knows All About Aboutthe Aboutthe
the Boomerang BoomerangWashington
Washington Sept 16L H GJavis chief of the field diYisioJl of the thegeneral thegeneral
general land office with headquarters at Seattle today was 1 dismissed from fromthe fromthe
the service by telegraph by Secretary of th the Interior BaUinger A Chris Christensen Christensen
tensen chief of the field division of the general land office at Po Portland PortlandOre nd ndOre
Ore has been placed in charge of the Seattle division
Seattle Wash Sept 161 R Glavls GlavlschIef Glavischief
chIef of the field division ot the general generalland generalland
land offlbe with headquarters at Seat Seattle Seattie
tie whose dismissal has been approved b bPresident by byPresident
President Taft after an inve Investigation tJgation of ofcharges ofcharges
charges filed against Secretary of the In Interior Intenor
tenor Ballinger by Glavis said today todayThe todayThe
The rule which prohibits me from dis diseusslng disetiming
eusslng this matter Is as much In fore foretoday forctoday
today as It was when you first akci akcime kd kdme
me for a statement of the work of thi thiofftce thioffice
office regarding the Alaska coal CUh CUhMr cascMr
Mr Glavis maintained that he could give giveout giveout
out no statement at least until his con connection connection
nection with wit th land offk T ends H Hsaid Iisaid
said he had reChpd n no hlgrlp rhi lil nfr irirrmatton
matJoJn regarding th the > prcOSnitS 1 r r t tScreta tSeeretay
Screta Ballinger BallingerH
H C Henry the railroad bUild r v Is
Intelelllted in n the CunninghaD1 land landcJaI haidcIaImz
cJaI cIaImz said saidben saidWhen
When ben Judge BailinPI left the office fir firland ifland
land commissioners we consulted him as a alawyer A AiawYlr
lawyer lelll regarding rdlJ1l the coal c cases Thee TheeVas Therewas
Vas nothing Tong about that WI Wtn n h hwent hwent
went Into the cabinet hI li W301 not asked ked to tohave tohave
have any further > r alings wili w ti fh men meninterE uterijntereatpl
interE jntereatpl > stpd in thc on I la1ld V wen wennotfltd wetiotifiI
notfltd thai h Iulol IJ Ilu Irthi IrthiroIatln j rtiirrelatins
roIatln wit th I hO t il irtr rr < I d t J tilt tiltpropni thiTrput1i
propni ltvi htll < t iomtJ iomtJof lOIThf
of f th the ia rrs f tiH ti u j COil COilh co cohas
h has t1W i i II i P led ledC edC
C J Smith mitn hvt1 tit u c land lanildaimants landilaimants
daimants said saidTwit saidJut1ge
Jut1ge Twit Hlill Jteord was alsuit alsuitu < 1l > lollit lollit1l1
1l1 1 u 1 ILka 11 1 Lr Lri
i lh > W i III i I S1 ln ii r till ht htI r G Gi
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