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MR TAFT FAREWELL FAREWELLSpeaks
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Speaks at Tabernacle In Inspects Inspects
spects y M C Air Attends AttendsChurch AttendsChurch
Church and Then Departs DepartsSUCCESSFUL DepartsaS
SUCCESSFUL S UCCESSFUL in every detail the original program for President Tafts Taftslast Taftslast
last half day in Salt Lake was carried out to the letter with the addi additioll addition
tioll of a brief stop at the Y M C A and attendance at the regular service serviceat
at the First Unitarian church before the President left for Ogden at noon noonCrowded noonCrowded
Crowded into the three hours from 9 oclock until his departure were werethe werethe
the tabernacle meeting review of 22000 school children a visit to the Y YM YN
M C A and church services attended by the President and the trip to the theunion theunion
union station stationAs
As on Saturday the President was greeted with cheers wherever he heappeared heappeared
appeared but the enthusia311 was more marked than before and to Salt SaltLake SaltLake
Lake and the President the day was one of greater things from the hu human human
man interest point of view
From the hotel to the tabernacle the thePnsident thePresident
President was escorted by the band of ofunion otUnion
union muslcans numbering nearly 100 100JIIeeps 100nieces
nieces and thousands lined the streets streetsmaking streetsmaking
making the air rin ring with cheers all thE thEf thvay
f way At the tabernacle 10000 loyal citi citif citi21ons
f c 21ons were walUn waiting and the Pre President ldent r relvEd re received
elvEd the greatest ovation eo o far ac accorded
corded him In Utah UtahThe UtahThe
The tabernacle choir sang Its best and andtlen andtien
tlen cttl3eD8 of Salt Lake listened to a aIpeeh aspeech
speech or as the President said a ser sermon sernlon
mon on the ueel use1esnees nes of sr1fe rife and andbickering andbickering
bickering and the benefits to be derived derivedfrom derivedfrom
from assuming a po position ltion of conciliation conciliationand
and an effort to Jive at peace with neigh nelghtJr
tJr 1 r and alllioclates alllioclatesReviews assoiateeReviews
Reviews School Children ChildrenAfter ChildrenAfter
After the tabernacle meeting the PrSi PrSident President
dent reviewed the school children of Salt SaltLake SaltLake
Lake pa passing lng down Brigham street and andwitnessing andwitnessing
witnessing the exercises of the living flag flagat flagat
at A street Then there was a stop of offive offive
five minutes at the Y M C A where the thePresident thePresident
President was Introduced and spoke brief briefly briefly
ly congratulating the city on the excel excellent excellent
lent work of the allllOclation and the as association assoclation
sociation on the excellence uf the ma material maL
L terial with which it had to work workServices workk
k Services at the Unitarian churcn were wereof wereof
of the regular order no 0 reference beln belnmade beIng beIngmade
made by the minister to the Preski Presldnts Presldntsattendance nts ntsattendance
attendance The small church as asuowde ascrowded
crowded to Its capacity and thousand thousandsmrounded thousanusurrounded
surrounded the building anxious for an another anether
other vlbw of the chief executive The ThePresident ThePreeldent
President listened clo closely ely to the sermon sermonand sermonand
and after the service was over he shook shookhands shookands
hands with the mlni minister ter Others wanted wantedto
to meet him but time was short aad the theparty theparty
party started Immediately for the Unlou Unloustation Unloustation
station stationBo1n stationBowing
Bowing and smllrng m Jt ale grateful appn appnclcltion appriciation
clcltion of Salt Lakes h lJpitality until untilonly untilonly
only his form could be disUnsui distingulahel hel at atthp atth
thp th north end of the railroad yard yardPresident yardsPresident
President Taft left Salt Lake at noon noonsterday nooncsterday
sterday on his way to Ogden and then thento
to Idaho Meanwhile a throng of 5000 5000nthuslasttc 5000cnthudastIe
nthuslasttc admirers or the chief t exect execttire > X < C11 C11tive
tire cheered and waved farewell from the theards theards
ards and the steps of the Union station stationend stationetd
end the visit of President Taft to Salt SaltIake Salt1ke
Iake was only a pleasant memory to totl toth
tl th people It as JchR Hays Hammond Hammondsays
says as President Tafts smile always alwaysn1fans alwaysnicans
n1fans just what hat it says ys thE mt memoy memoyli > moy moyof
of llis li visit mu must t be as pleasant to him himt
t every 00 one oC M his 110000 pereonlJ pereonlJfrIends pcrsonfriends
frIends tn Salt Lake LakeGreat LakeGreat
Great Crowd Gathers GathersCrowds Gathersrowds
Crowds began to gather around the thelnion thetnion
lnion station at 11 oclock when the Sg Sgnal Signal
nal corr or and Companies C and H or the thertah theitah
rtah National guard arrived and for fora formed formeda
a double line from the south end of the thestation thestation
station to the rear platform ot the thePresidmts thePresidents
Presidents ear opposite the main entrance entrant
t the waitln waiting room The crowd wu wukpt waskpt
kpt tl to the east of this line arod the thtstps theetps >
stps and approaches and the large plat platform platfurm
form afforded an excellent view of th thPrEsident thPresident
PrEsident ani his party as the they arrived arrivedThe arrivedThe
The national guard escort consisted of ofthf oft1e
thf > Signal corps and the two local In Infantry Infantry
fantry companies C and H The crack crackSignal crackSignal
Signal corps turned out with Its full fullpresent fullpresent
present I strength > trt > ngth of thtrtl thirty men and mlllli mlllliIng missIng
Ing members ot each 0 of the other com companies cornpanles
panies made it neces necessary ary to combine combinethem combinethem
them Into one company Th companies companiesere
were ere drawn up on the cement floor near nearthe nearthe
the tracks and up to the Presidents ear earthe carte
the two Infantry companies facing the thePrt thePresident
Prt President PresidentMajor > sldent sldentIajor
Major W Yo G Williams was in charge cbarl2of
of the national guard Uard troops The com comblnEd cornbined
blnEd infantry companies wre re under the themmand thecommand
command of Captain H K Eakle of C Ccompany CL
L company anj Ca Catal > tal E LeRoy Bou Bouwas Bourne Bournewas
was in char charge e ot the Signal corps B Bmpany Bcmpany
mpany of Ogden which took part In InHI iiitv
HI tv ceremonies of Friday and Saturday Saturdalft
lft l ft Saturda Saturday night for Ogden to take takeTart takepart
Tart In the reception to the President Presidentthcre Presidenttere
thcre During the three days the guards guardsTnln
Tnln made a fine showtn showing and were were1IghI werehighly
highly 1IghI complimented for their werk by
Jlajor Williams upon the request of Gov Govmnr 0evC
C mnr YIIUm Spry and Adjutant Gen Genral Geacral
cral ral E A Wedgwood WedgwoodIt
It lacked five minutes to 1 when th thPrEsldent the thePresident
President arrived at the staUo preceded precededby
by an automobile with Uh S M I Barlow Barlowchief Barwchief
chief of police and a squad of patr patrdl patrdluen l lmen
men and plain clothes men who stir surrounded stirrounded
rounded the > Presidents ear The lines of ofguardsmen ofguardsmen
guardsmen kept the path clear from the theuutomobilt theautomobile
automobile > and down the pathway came camethp camethe
the President with the two secrt senice senicemn ser ice iceThrl
mn L T Fuller Id d James Sl1 Jr Jrand Jrand
and his personal Lldt ide aptaln A W V
GUIDE TO DEMAND MONEY MONEYBEFORE MONEYBEFOREASSISTING
BEFORE BEFOREASSISTING ASSISTING COOK COOKEdward COOKEdward
Edward Burrill Makes Significant SignificantStatements SignificantStatements I
Statements Relative to the P Peary PearyCook a1Y a1YCook I
Cook Controversy ControversyMissoula
Missoula Mont Sept 26 26Edward Edward Burrill the guide who was s with withDr withDr
Dr Frederick A Cook on his trip to Mount McKinley says he will leave leavefor leavefor
for New York Wednesday to meet Dr Cook CookHe CookHe
He declares that he proposes to secure the money which he claims is isQue isue
Que ue him and the other members of the McKinley party before he gives his hisaffidavit hisaffidavIt
affidavit regarding the climbing of the peak or he will refuse to make makeone makeone
one
I Burrill shoWed his diary containing containingtie 1 1tLe
tie record of the trip and drawings drawingsor
I or the mountain glacier and their theircamps theircamps
camps to an Associated Press repre repret repreeentative
ntatlve t > but he would not permit the thecorrespondent thecorrespondent
correspondent to lead all the records recordsYou recordsYou
You may say said Burrill that thatJIountMcKlnley thatMount
JIountMcKlnley Mount McKinley can be climbed that I Ilenw IIcr
lenw lenwFurther Icr cw cwd
d Further than this tIiI he refused to be bequted
f QUIted relative t to the scaling or the theJnountain themountain
mountain HIS dlar diary contains a per ptr8pecthe perspective
8pecthe view It of l1t1mt lcKinley and andthe andthe
the sIader upon which he asserts he
Butt Governor William S Spry r Mayor J JS 3S
S Brnsford and St Senator > nator Reed Smoot Smootcame Sniotcame
came next and Senator George Suthtr Suthtrland Suth r rland
land and Congre Congressman man Joseph Howell fol followed followed
lowed lowedAs lowedAs
As the President mounted the platform platforma
a few In the crowd pr pressed B8ed clo close e reac reach reachIng h hIng
Ing for his hand They were waved away awaybv awayby
bv th the secret service men Mr Ir San Iall sa saIng v ving
Ing No we cant start or we wou wounever would wouldnever
never get through throughPresident throughPresident
President Taft looked around and then thencame thencame
came to the edge of the platform to ree reeif ee eeIf
If aU of the party had boarded the train trainWhere trainWhere
Where III Senator Borah anxiously anxiouslyasked anxiouslyasked
asked the President He was told that thatthe thatthe
the Idaho senator had boarded the train trainIs
Is Governor Spry aboard the Presi President President
dent then asked H He wag Inform 1 b bCIlptaln by
CIlptaln Butt that the official part was wasaU wasall
aU aboard aboardThe aboardThe
The Pre Presidents tdents march from the aut autmobile au aumobile
mobile to the train was the si signal al for foran foran
an enthusiastic round of cheers from the thethrong thethrong
throng and at a ull BOrne enthusiastic att attmireI a4mirer
mireI shouted Heilo BtIIlj The Prs Prsdent prsdent
dent joined 1n the general laugh anJ anJwaved an anwaved
waved his hat hatHello hatHello
Hello Jack You got here first didnt didntyou didntyou
you said the President as he greeted
John Hays Hammond at the platform of
the car carGive carGive
Give us a few words Mr fr President Presidentshouted Presidentshouted
shouted someone In t the crowd 1 have
been speaking eo much that I have said
It all began the President I want to
thank you again though but the train traina trainwas
was a then pulling out for the north and II
his last WJfds were ere droned with the thecheers thecheers
cheers and the cries of Goodbye Mr
President PresidentJust PresidentJust I
Just before the train pulled out the
President shook hands with S M 1 Barlow Barlowchief I
chief ot police and some of the men
thanking the chief ftr r hi his Work of h I
last few days dSYIiIJ
J G McDonald thro through h Chief Bar
low presented a large box ot Salt Lake Lakeandy Lakecandy i
andy to the President which was re rectcived received
ctcived by the aeiservs MMdOe JMA n wWt wWtsmlleli th thsmiles
smiles of anthrl antldpaloji antldpalojiThe h hThe
The President was accompanied b1 San Senator Sanator
ator Smoot Senator Sutherland ConreM ConreMman Congreman
man Howell Governor Spry Mayor ayor J S
Branstord and t the governors staff The Theprivate Theprivate
private car < r fJf J M Davis superintendnt superintendntof
of the Oregon Short Line was attach1i
to the train and J H Andersolt United
State marshal and E H Calliter col
lector of Internal ret revenue > nue also wt went > nt
Ogden Colo1el Booth Colonel Wright right
Colonel Daynes Mayor Bransford Mr Mralllster
alllster and Mr Anderson returned to
Salt Lake last night and the others con
tinued with the Presidnt to the Utah
Idaho state line making stops at t Brig
hm and Cache Junction JunctionBURN JunctionBURN
BURN VILlAGrS YIRAOESOF OF MOORS MOORSSpaniards MOORSSpaniards
Spaniards Use Captive Balloon With WithWhich WithWhich
Which to Direct Advance of ofTheir ofTheir
Their Troops TroopsIa
Ia ReJttnga Morocco Sept GGen GGencml Gen General
eral Orozcos division ndan advanced today In Inthe Inthe
the direction of Selouan usln using a captive captiveballoon captiveballoon
balloon to direct the movements movementsThe movementThe
The Moorish villages were set on ftr ftrby flrby
by the advancing troop troopHvy troopHeavy
Heavy rellifltm was encountered at ateeveral gtseveral
several rolnt J jg the Spanish displayed dbplaEdJ displayedgreat
great J at pIan tr and keepIng the Moon Moonunder MoorsUnder
under a an of shells drove the enemy
steadily back with conllldcrable loa loaGeneral
General Marina commander of the
Spanish torces personally followed the theoperations theoperations
operations The kings r regiment lment sup supported supported
ported by a battery of artillery was In Installed Installed
stalled at Kaonnlna to protect commun communIcations communIcatlons
Ications It 16 reorted that the Moors Moorsare 0011I 0011Iare
are reforming behind a str strong ng rocky po position positlon
sition to the west of Nador NadorREVENUE NadorREVENUE
REVENUE CUTTER SORA SORAESCAPES SORAESCAPESMORO
ESCAPES ESCAPESMORO MORO PIRATES PIRATESManila
Manila Sept ZORumors In official officialdlspatchell officialdispatches
dispatches that th the revenue cutter Sora Sorahad Sorahad
had been captured by Moro pirates were wereproven wereproven
proven unfounded and great apprehen apprehension
sion was relieved by the receipt here to today today
day ot news of the afe fe arrival of th thcutter thcutter
cutter at Sandakan British North Bur Burneo forso
neo so On board was J L PerriDe col colecWr ccllector
lector of the port or Balabac who made madethe madethe
the journey to purchase supplies No Noword Noword
word of an t ncolDter > with pirates was wa3contained wascontained
contained In the news ot the vessels ar arrival arrival
rival
and Dr Cook spent the thirteen days
and nl nights htll while on the mountain mountainsketch A Aketch
ketch of their camp on the Ice 16 16hon Isshown
hon shownIn hon1ft
1ft regard to the CookP811ry con controersy controversy
troersy and Pearys attack upon Dr DrCool DrCook
Cool Burrill made this significant significantstatement significantstatement
statement statementPeary statementPeary
Peary has got Cook right rightBurrill rightBurnt
Burnt says there is personal felJlIIJ felJlIIJon
on the part of Peary towards Cnnk onk
because the latt latter > T failed to sa rave onw onwIf Omof
If his toes when t they iev were frozen on onthe n
th the trip whEn Cook was the surgJu surgJufor surgeou surgeoufor
for tile party
I L PRESIDENT TAFT AT A T CHURCH CHUR CH
Picture shows President Taft leaving First Unitarian church where he attended services yesterday and the thecrowd thecrowd
crowd which congregated to see him himLEADING himLEADING
LEADING THOUGHTS FROM THE PREACHMENT PREACHMENTOF
OF PRESIDENT TAFT AT THE TABERNACLE TABERNACLEI
THE r1t HE truth is that a mans life in his family is not made up of grandstand plays and defiance of the ele eleJ
J ments and all that sort of thing It is made up of a series of little acts and those little acts and andlittle
little seIfrestraints are what go to make up a mans character characterThere characterThere
There are men and many of them I hope who are a great deal better than they seem in their fami families familiez
lies and to their neighbors ueighborsWe
We ought to ascribe to our neighbors as high methods as we can We ought to avoid this acrimonious
discussion which consigns everybody who is opposed to our view to perdition perditionI
Life is too valuable to waste in anger and hatred and the charging and denunciation of our fellow men menwhen menwhen
when they dont deserve it itThe
The truth is my friends this matter of hatred and resentment which accompanies the attributing of ofbaLL
bad iiwiv 11I yel e hPJlq JroJP lOll yo1i = sonro souroenLawgstLaiervous C JI1 fJlerv us t tlJJ > tinie e of vtgITIt vrr vrrwitiwat
witllftt alJC aem1t JlLpna1tUiT h1iiiingie mg1 good w wA1Id t1i4 t1i4And
And so my friends what hat I Ul urging is 1011 lou acrimony in public discussionmore charity with respect respeotto
to each other as to what moves each man to do what he does do and not to charge dishonesty and corrup corruption corruption
tion until you have a real reason for doiJlg 50 50I soI
I believe and I regret to say it that throughout this country administration the of the criminall8w criminall8wand criminal law lawand
and the prosecution of crime is a disgrace to our civilization but it is one thing to prosecute a criminal criminalwhen criminalwhen
when you have evidence and it is another thing to ascribe motives to tIle act of a man when you havent haventany haventany
any evidence and ar just ° living in your imagination in respect to what you say
ACTIVE BUYING BUYINGBOOSTS BUYINGBOOSTSPRICES
BOOSTS BOOSTSPRICES BOOSTSPRICESDemand PRICES
Demand for Pig Iron Caused Gausedthe
the Price tQ Jump JumpGreatly JumpGreatly
Greatly GreatlyNew
New York Sept CAnother week of ofactive ofactive
active heavy and f verlsb buytngoC buytngoCiroa buying o pig pigIroa
iroa baa carried < rrled prices upward Ie cents eenbla
a ton ba the Buft Buffalo lo dlRriet di trlct and In Ylr Ylrglnla Virginia
glnla COD Contracts tracts for about 116 14500 tons tonshave tonshave
have bgen placed in the eastern district dtIItrietalone districtalone
alone In the central west Interest has 113been hasbeen
been mainly In steelmakine ion ifOllOne ionOne
One contract for 1000 tons of Bftgllllh Bftgllllhfoundry englishfoundry
foundry iron Bas been put through for I Idelivery Idelivery
delivery at Philadelphia and another car cargo II
go is being arranged for delivery in Eng Enarland England
land The Engl English lb market has risen rbensharpl1 risensharply
sharply MidcJlesb ro warra warranis UI bavi having ad advanced advanced
vanced to b bThere 5sThere
There have bean furtitet eay dea deain deals dealsin
in foreign and domestic ore < < e aggregating auregatlngmm
mm > tons and sales of 1i 170000 D tons ot otheavy ofheavy
heavy steel melting lIOIap at 312 18 dell delivered v vered
ered In eastern Pennsylvania PenlUllvaniajolnlshed PennsylvaniaFinished
Finished st stool < oel products bltve been quiet quietbut quietbut
but strong Rails1lav Rails have < been moat active acttyEOrders activeOrders
Orders have aggregated IDOIIO ton and and20O00
30000 tons are under negotiation for next nextearlI nextyears
years earlI shipment Contracts for fabricated fabricatedstructura fabricatedstructura
structura steel have aggregated 5 5tons 25000 25000tons
tons Billets have beet active In small smallleu smalllets
lets and prices have been advanced In Insome Insome
some cases > s 1 a ton
PROPeLLER TORE BALLOON BALLOONFrench
French Aviators Saddened but Not NotDiscouraged NotDiscouraged
Discouraged by the Death of ofFour ofFour
Four OficerS OficerSParis OficersParis
Paris Sept 2The disaster to the themilitary themilitary
military dirigible balloon Republique RepubliqueI
yestehlay yest lday In which tour French ofCi officers
cere lost their lives comln coming on the theheels theheels
heels of the death of Lefebvre and Cap Captain Captam
tain tam Ferber and the 10 loss of the Patrie Patriehu Patriehas
hu plunged France Into mourning But Butthe Butthe
the pre press supports the opinion of the theaviators theaviators
aviators that no human sacrifice can eanncrw cannow
now discourage the conquest of the air airThe airThe
The Temps announces a national sub subscription subscription
scription to perpetuate the memory of ofthe ofthe
the dead officers officersAmong officersAmong
Among the condolences received from CromaU fromall
aU par parts l of the world none Is mora moraappreciated metsappreciated
appreciated than a personal message m88l1Qgefrom messagefrom
from the emperor C1f Germany GermanyThe
The accident wu due to the snap snapping snapping
ping of the rapidlY revolving propeller propellerblade propellerblade
blade which tore through the SH6 bag
General Roques reports that tit there ere was wasno wasno
no fire or explosion explosionThe
The experts agree that such a mls mlshap mishap
hap can be prevented by the lntroduo Introduction
Uon ot a series of cellular baIJOOnette baIJOOnettewhich balloonetteWhich
which Would kp the craft afloat If Ifa ifa
a compartment was pierced General qeneM1Brun GeneralBruit
Bruit minister of war says dirigible d1ri1bIeballoons dirigibleballoons
balloons for war will supplanted be by byperfect byperfect
perfect aeroplanes aeroplanesNATURALIZATION aeroplanesNATURALIZATION
NATURALIZATION REFUSED REFUSEDVashlngton REFUSEDWaslilngton
Vashlngton spt pt 6NaturaIizatfon 6NaturaIizatfonwa
wa vas > ttfud tf to > 7 tlins Tin during th the last lastfisul I Ifiut
fiut > ar T a ndl fL ril inTr inereds S OVT t tic tict r rr
r din r tr Iritel < ithl States iti AtAzcns
zeDS during thc plnl pre dinS year I
ACT ACTTO ACTTO
TO Of RfPEAUn BEREPEALEDStatesmen RfPEAUnI
Statesmen Say That Wise Leg Legislation Legislation
islation Will Be Needed NeededSoon NeededSoon
Soon SoonWuhington SoonWashington
Washington Sept AIn 1O aoinethtsg IRg t tthan lees leesthan
than five eareto be exact Oft June JUM1K June1I44The
1K 1I44The The AIdrlch AldrlchVreeisnd Vreeland flna financial d81 a act actWill t tWill
Will expire Ly limitation and unless leStI M Mfore before
fore that date it is I replaced by a wisely wiselyframed wiselyframed
framed measure of broad COPe the coon ceuntry coontry
try will pIn be in the perilous situ situatlon tu tuatiOD
atiOD thatf that Is commonly believed to have haveresulted haveresulted
resulted In the panic oC1II74 oC1II74There oflSS0There
There Ie a g guera1 ueral re renlisatlon lhilltfon of tM tMnt thenecessity
nt necessity > c lty C1f Jegt legislation latlon oa t this Abject AbjectSpeake subjectSpeaker
Speaker Cannon believes that a lucre ex exteon entension
tension of the present law with perhaps perhapsa
a few amendments In details wilt ill suf suffice sufflee
flee President raft looks with favor favorupon favorupon
upon the proposition to create a great greatcentral greatcentral
central bank and there are all sorts oC oCIrtnDJe ofirtermeJja4e
IrtnDJe irtermeJja4e schemes Probably that thatwhich thatwhich
which commands the gn greatest > ateet support will willbe willbe
be bas based d up uVn n the recommendations of ofthe ofthe
the monetary commission which has been beenat beenat
at work for more than 8 year gather gatherIDg gatherlug
lug the material for the c construction of ofthe ofthe
the actual legislation leg1slationIt
It Is fully undt understood > rstood by Senator Aid AldrlCh Aidrich
rich who heads thf commission and by
the stdenbl ot finance that It will be bedifficult bedifficult
difficult to arouse Interest of the mass mauof massof
of the people In the detail of this rath rather
er abstruse subject and that only by byeneral bygeneral
general agitation can the national legis legislature leglalature
lature 00 brought to the point of action actionJ
J It C It required ten years t > ara to bring about abeuta
a revision of the tariff certainly a pe period perind
rind ot It less > s than five years Is n none Be too toolonll toolong
long to perfect and enaet legislation on ona ona
a ImbJe subject < t 80 complex and important as asIs asis
Is Involved In a general neral revision of the theDtlre theentire
entire financial system of th thti republIc republIcTbersfore ubllc ubllcTher
Ther Tbersfore fore soon aftertl1e after the retumte Ameto Ametoica Amerlea
lea from Europe of Senator Aldrich and andPofersor andProfersor
Pofersor Andrews and other members membersof
of the comml ift in which t Is expected to tob tobe
b be about the mIddle of next month prep preparatkna preparatkn
aratkna will be made for the publica publication
Ion of the prellntlry report ot the com commtalon coinmission
mission and It Is 1 hoped that this can be beready beready
ready for subml submission ton to congress when whenit
it reassembles In D December DecemberS DecemberFiGHT rnber rnberEIGHT
S
EIGHT NATIONS NATIONSSII SEND SHIPS SHIPSHandsomest SHIPSHandsomest
Handsomest ManofWar at Hudson JImisonFulton HudsonPulton
Fulton Celebration is British BritishInflexible BritishInflexible
Inflexible InflexibleNew
New York Sept aSailors of Bag Bagland ng ngland
land German France Italy Holland HollandMexico HollandMexico
Mexico Argentina and the United States StatetJthronpd Statesthronged
thronged the streets or New York today todarThe
The sailors are here for the ludsonFul ludsonFulton
ton exposition exposlUooThe
The Half loon and the Clermont lay layquietly layquietly
quietly at their anchorage Circling about aboutthe aboutthe
the fleet of battleships there was wa an 111 111moet a
moet unbrokm line of deepsea excursion excursionstearneill excursionsteamers
steamers aU crowded Motor boats boatsbobbed boatsbobbed
bobbed about on the roughened waters watersof
of the river riverAmerican riverAmerican
American officers spoke of the splendid splendidappearance splendidappearance
appearance presented > d by the British flag flagship flagship
ship Inflexible Spick and span In her hernw tiernw
nw paint end dressed from stem to totrn totrn
trn h n white awnings she was more n nnark1 rethan >
nark1 than any other ship ships
s l al n r UI 5 wlre conducted at all allll alltL
ll tL L r Us
SALT LAn MAN MANfOR MANFORPRESIDENT
fOR FORPRESIDENT FORPRESIDENTJohn PRfSIDfNT PRfSIDfNTJohn
John Dern Is Named as Candi Candidate Candidate
date at American Mining MiningCongress MiningCongress
Congress CongressOoIdfteId
OoIdfteId Ncr Sept CWith over 100 100dellgat 000delegates
delegates already on the ground anti hun hunas bunds
as more on the wa way there Is I every everylMiilcatl everyIisdkatisii
lMiilcatl R tOfllgbt that the twelfth an annual anneat
neat se session MoR 0 of the American Mining 1 OOR OORgres ooagross
gross wIIIch opens here t9J1tCH1OW after afternoon afternoon
noon wnr be one f of l the best gather gather1A8B gatherJugs
Jugs th the orpntzaUoR baa ever known knownIt
It Ia i expected that 000 delegates will wUlbe willbe
be hi attendance attendanceGoldfield attendanceGoldfiebd
Goldfield Is making elaborate prepara preparalions preparations
lions for the entertainment of th the vial vi2lton vialtore
ton Main Street has been n strung With WitheIoctric Withelectric
electric lights tor several block Intr Intre Intrrcot
e cot t In the approaching session ion centers In Inthe Inthe
the attitude of the CO congress J1t88 on the for foreatry forentry
entry policy of the government 1J0vernD1entA
A Qmmittee on forestry and cOlUlerva cOlUlervatlon conservatlon
tlon + a as appointed at the Q gathering gatheringand
and the report oC this body is I eagerly eagerlyawaited eagerlyawaited
awaited So deep II Is the Interest In the theposition theposition
position of the mining men of the coun country country
try Oft this question that the government governmentif
111 sending W V W Dyar second ond only to toGifford toGifford
Gifford Plnchot In the forestry service serviceto
to expl explain in to the congress the attitude attitudeor
or the administration admfnletratlooThe
The nextplESkJelit next president of the congress to tosucceed tosucceed
succeed J H RIchards of Boise Ida wilL wilLbe 111
be elected But tw two names have been MtJ1promlneDty beenpromlnenty
promlneDty mentioned thus tar The Theare They Theyare
are Dr Talne Dousta of California and aooJohn andJohn
John Dent 0 of StIlt Lake It Ie said that thRtCaltforDta thatCalifornia
California and AMaona d delegates are de determined dotermined
termined upon t the election of Dr Don DonJa Doug >
Ja lass a while the Utah men are working for forllr forMr
llr Dern DernVARSHIPS DciiiWARSHIPS
WARSHIPS TO CALIFORNIA CALIFORNIAMany
Many Countries Will Be Represented Representedat
at Big Portola Festival Next NextMonth NextMonth
Month MonthSan
San Francisco Sept 31To To repr represent representtheir nt nttheir
their re respective countries at CaJitomias CaJitomiascelebnitl Californiascelebration
celebration n or the discovery by GUJl8r GUJl8rDe
De Portuf 0 tit the Bay of San lrall FraIso FraIsoseveral l 1o 1overal
several veral warshIps are beaded for tile Gold Golden
en Gate from various parts of the world worldThe worldThe
The crul cruiser et Ctllkdlrfa detailed by the theItalian theItalian
Italian goennnent Is on IhI WIt way around aroundtbe aroundthe
the Horn the cruiHr Nord Brabant r rresenting rep representing
resenting The Netherlands Is eft route routefrom routefrom
from the Dutch East Indies and the thtcruiser thecruiser
cruiser Idzuma bearing Prince 8hllRfltzu 8hllRfltzuhas himetzubaa
has begun Its voyage BCrG across 6 the Pacific Paclffcto
to bring n meeeage from Japan JapanEngland JapanEngland
England will be represented by a fleet Cl4etor fleetof
or three vessels now stationed at Ksqul Ksqulmault Esquimaut
mault B C Ge Germany ny will send nd a cruls crulse
e ar and China two cruisers and an e80 e80S envoy
S Spain ln Is expected to send a commlslPn commlslPnLocal commlsstpnLocal
Local preparations for the Portola Ces Cestlval festival
tlval which will begIn Oct It and con conIude conelude
elude Oct 23 are practically complEted complEtedTHIRTY completedTHIRTY
THIRTY BALLOONS SAIL SAILParis SAILParis
Paris Sept 26Thlrty baUnnns sailed sall1away sailedaway
away today from rom Tuirips UTdn ricn in the theFrtnn theFrench
French Airo lobs al1f1il1 ngditan tngdLtanrace > ngditanrace
race An inmr1s 1mm 1w1 gathered to towitness towitness
witness their departure
I
PROTEST MADE MADEBY MADEBY
BY PASTORS PASTORSCRITICISED PASTORSCRITICISED
CRITICISED CRITICISEDSHARPLY CRITICISEDSHARPLY
SHARPLY SHARPLYSalt
Salt Lake Preacher Says Min Ministerial Miiiisterial
isterial Association Went WentBeyond WentBeyond
Beyond the Limits of Good GoodTaste GoodTaste
Taste in Taft Sunday Matter MatterHE MatterHE
HE SEES NO WRONG IN INTAFT INTAFT
TAFT SUNDAY PROGRAM PROGRAMPastor PROGRAMPastor
Pastor Huntington Sees Wrong Wrongon
on Part of Those Who He HeSays HeSays
Says Went Beyond Princi Principle Principie
pie of Religious Liberty LibertyA
A CAUSTIC CRITICISM MADE MADEIt
It ET every man be persuaded in inhis inhis
ItL
his own mind was the text textchosen textchosen
chosen yesterday by the Rev Silas SilasG
G Huntington of the Seventh Day Ad Adventist Adventist
ventist church in criticbing the pro protest protest
test made by the Salt Lake Minis Ministerial Ministerial
terial association in protesting protestingagainst protestingagainst
against President Tafts Sunday pro program program
gram in Salt Lake LakeFrom LakeFrom
From my understanding and as Ii Iiminister aminister
minister of the gospel who has the themorals themorals
morals of the people at heart though thoughothers thoughothers
others have protested against this thisSunday thisSunday
Sunday program yet I see nothing nothingwrong nothingwrong
wrong about it I IRather 3 3tRather
Rather I see wrong upon the part partof I Iof
of those whose indignation seems to tohave tohave
have been raised because of this Sun Sunday Sunday
day program and in their zeal went wentbeyond wentbeyond
beyond the limits of good taste and andthe andthe
the principles of religious liberty libertyThe
The visit of President Taft to Salt SaltLake SaltLake
Lake City Is one of if not the greatest greatesthonor t thonor
honor that could fall to any city said saidPastor saidPastor
Pastor Huntington to his congregation congregationesterday congregationyesterday
yesterday Th This Is so o not merely be because because
cause It Is Mr raft who though hun hunself it itself
self j is a great t n nt a Ii but t b bY virtue of Ofteat ti tifflt
teat position he occupies that of Presi Presi1iIIIP Prestthis
this gvev r As cltJaen8 cltJaen8cM eWnefliCIty
u Cab dIe great state stateof stateof
of cM UtIL r thn m sure We were an 1I gratIfd gratIfdand a tt I Iand
and fee hi highly < < blT hOllOl honored d to ba have ve had the tbtPresident thePresident >
President with us aftd 1 aDi a also ute we weaU weall
aU extended to him a moot t hearty wel welcome welcome
come comeBut But as it so o happens Prel President dent Taft TaftItlnerry Taftsitinerary
itinerary brought him here on Sunday Sundayand
and to give the people ple the best oppor opportunity opportunlty
tunity to see him and hear him and Jflte Jfltewise Ukewise
wise to give Mr Taft the broadest op optunlty opprtunIty
prtunIty tunlty to t njoy > hili visit to the ad adtage adgutage
gutage tage of both himself and people peopleose
ose in charge > of Us entertainment and andprogram andprogram
program arranged for an address by the thePresident thePresident
President on Sunday and alsoa also a review of ofthe ofthe
the Jiving fla flag FromJllyunderstandin FromJllyunderstandinand From my understandin understandinand
and as a minl minister ter of the gospel who haa haathe hathe
the morals of the people at heart though thoughothers thoughothers
others have protested d against this Sun Sunda Sunday
da day program yet 1 see nothing wrong wrongabout wrongabout
about it Rather I see wrong upon the thepart thepart
part of those whose Indignation seems seemsto
to have been raf raised ed because of this Sun Sunday Sunday
day program aDd hi h their z zeal al went be beyond beyond
yond the limits of good taste and the theprinciple theprinciple
principle ot religious llbert llbertRight liberty libertyRight
Right to Express Opinion OpinionThat
That ever every citizen has a perfect right rightto
to express his opinion publicly especially especiallyIn
In public matters aDd persuade all other othercitizens othercitizens
citizens as tar a as his Influence goes to tothink tothink
think as he think Is not to be quell quelltioned questioned
tioned But it fa possible sometimes for formen formen
men and good men at that to go b beyond beyondthe > ond ondtht
the > bounds of propriety and overe overestimate overestimatetleir tlmate tlmateUell
Uell rights and thus seriously Interfere Interferewith Interferewith
with the right l of others This Is car eertalnly cartainly
talnly not only bad taste but embraces embracesaU
aU the elements though even 80 unln unlntt unintentlonally
tt ntloRaUy > manifest of selfishness and anddomination anddomination
domination Therefore what hat I see In the theproteet theprotest
protest more than anything else ill the thedblregard thedisregard
disregard ot the principles of religious rellgloullbert religiousliberty
liberty The protest wall made not for foraft forany
aft any po possible lble flT irregularity larlty or abruptness of ofthe ofthe
the program Itself but because It was W8llas wasas
as the objectors call It the Sabbath day dayupon dayupon
upon which the program was to b be car carried carned
ned In Into to effect effectThs effectThs
Ths plac J he question und undeniably undeniablyupon tlabh tlabhupon
upon a religious basis and thus place it itbeond Itbeyond
beyond the purvieW for any maD or class clastlof
of men to dictate and thus sa say to other othermen othermen
men what they shall or shall not do upon uponthis uponthis
this da day DictatoriaJt m and abrupt cor cormandfl cormends
mends Is the stOck In trade for kings and andprl88ts andpriests
priests but in no sense nle belongs to a Re Republican Republican
publican Corm oC government or a Protes Protestantltvlq Protestantliving
tantltvlq people Act of these kinds kindset kIndsbeset
beset et the spirit or Intolerance which whichwhen whichwhen
when carried to their logical conclusion conclusionmeans conclusionmeans
means anathema and persecution persecutionTaft
Taft Sunday Program ProgramCrime ProgramiCr1me
Crime and sin are to very distinct distinctterDUJ distinctterms
terms Crime embraces trangre8llbn of ofcivil ofcivil
civil law the offender being a Countable Countableto <
to the state whereas sin Is the trans transContinued transContinued
Continued on Page 2
MR TAIl SAYS SAYS600D8YE SAYS600DBYE
600D8YE TO TOSTATE TOSTATE
STATE Of OfUTAH ElFUTAB
UTAH UTAHFive
Five Thousand Persons Stand Standin
in Pouring R Rain n at Cache CacheJunction CacheJunction
Junction Last UW1 Stop to toGreet toGreet
Greet Chief Magistrate MagistrateCROWD MagistrateCROWD
CROWD FORCES SENATOR SENATORAND
AND GOVERNOR TO SPEAK SPEAKChief SPEAKChief
Chief Executive Takes Drive DriveAbout DriveAbout
About Ogden and Up Ogden OgdenCanyon OgdeiCanyon
Canyon and Makes Brief BriefSpeech BriefSpeech
Speech at Lester Park ParkPAYS Park1PAYS
PAYS TRIBUTE TO UTAH UTAHPRESIDENT UTAHD
PRESIDENT D RESIDENT William Howard HowardTaft Howardi
i Taft cro crossed ed the Utah line into intoIdaho intoIdaho
Idaho Jut night after three days of ofstrenuous ofstrenuous
strenuous entertainment iB the Beehive Bee Beehive
hive state stateHis statehis
His Jut stop in the state was made madeat
at Cache Junction where 5000 per persons perfrom
sons from the surrounding country countrystood countrystood
stood in a pouring rain to bid him himGodspeed himGodspeed
Godspeed GodspeedSenators GodspeedSenators
Senators Reed Smoot and George GeorgeSutherland GeorgeSutherland
Sutherland Governor William Spry Spryand Spryand
and Congressman Joseph Howell ac accompanied accompanied
companied the President to the state stateline stateline
line and bade de him goodbye as Idaho Idahowas Idahowas
was reached reachedIn
In response to demaaM of the thecrowd thecrowd
crowd Governor Spry and Senator SenatorSmoot SenatorSutoot
Smoot eaoh made a short speech speechOgden speechOgden
Ogden Sept 26An 6 n elsbteenmile aq aqtemobiJe aitemobile
temobiJe trip through Ogden canyon canyondrive 1 1drive
drive through the grounds 0 of the Se Sch Schfor h htor
for the Deaf aDd Blind a review of t tc tcthe i ithe
the school children at Liberty park art an1an artan
an address to 16 people in Lester par partook park parktook
took aft of a uy two ro b hoUrs Un visit cf cfPresident f fPresident
President Taft to Ogden this afternoon afternonnThe
The Presidents visit though dellghtf dellghtfwu
wu almost a bit blttoo too strenuous and andwas 1 1was >
was somewhat fatigued when be return1 return1to 1 1to
to bI his train He retired Immediately atH atHhad au t thad
had a 1 long rest between Ogden and Cahe CaheJunction Ca he heJunction
Junction
Gala Day In Ogden OgdenAltho OdenAlthough
Altho Although h It was Sunday it was a aday gnlt gnltday
day In Ogden today The streets w wgaily r rgaily
gaily decorated with flap and hunt huntInl hunting
Inl and everyone turned out to hot hnnthe i ithe
the President The President reached Or Ord Ocden
d den n Just at 1 oclock He was met at atthe r rthe
the station by the representative penl penlor penji penjiof >
or Ogden Fifteen automobile were pr prvldld prvided
vided for the PresIdents party The a atomoblW atomoblied
tomoblW guarded anled by a cordon of p pand poi poiand
and 110 special volunteers from the I Ibor 1her
her unions passed through a dense ern ernof crow I Iof
of people that cheered the President hI I u t tand tand
and long longFrom longFrom
From the depot the cars < rs moved alono alonoTwentyfifth I ITwentyfifth
Twentyfifth street tr t east to Washlngtnn Washlngtnnaenue Washlngtuavenue
avenue thence nrtb to Twentfncrr II IIstreet i istreet
street and then et to Harrt Harrison on anflU anflUwhere avenuwhere
where the Canyon boulevard wall readld readldThe reaeh1The
The members of the party were takn taknout taknout
out the delightful Ogden Canyon lirh lirhto drivto
to pretty Idlewlld All the people 1rllm 1rllmtbe trnmthe
the upper vally were at Jdlewlld and the t1EOaks theOak
Oaks to greet the > President PresidentThe
The party did not stop at Id1ewtld 1 1turned f fturned
turned around and drove back along t ishow i ishow >
show drive to the city They entered 0 0d c cden
d den < n on Twentyfint street and dro drothrough < ir irthrough
through the grounds ot the School fd fdthe f r rthe
the Deaf and Blind and then through througLiberty throughLiberty
Liberty park Here 8000 children fr frthe i ithe
the schools of Ogden and Weber COlli cotitil cotitilwere I Iwere
were gathered They cheered the Pre Preideyt PreIdeyt
ideyt all hill ear palllled slowly bet betw < n nthe nthe
the double line of youngsters younptenPresident youngstersPresident
President Speaks Briefly BrleffyLeaving BrieflyLeaving
Leaving Liberty park the pam went wentwest tnJ1twest
west on Twenty Twentysecond econd street to J Jeffe Jeffeson > 1 1110II
son avenue and thence south to Lesttf Lesttfpark Letrpark
park where 16000 people wen > waiti waitito ait iT iTto
to bear the Pre President ident speak MT Ta Tawa The Thewas
wa was somewhat fatlllued from his cany all l ltrip itrip
trip and for that rea reason on spoke only brit hralIy t tly
Iy On aceont of the presidents In ind i islUon i isltlon
slUon h his l vialt In Ogden < > < < den wa cut cutan 11 11an
an hour and his traIn left at 3 010 010for otlock I Ifor
for the north northTo northTo
To thE people at Lester park Pres Presiicnr PresiicnrTaft knt kntTaft
Taft Mid MidLadles saidLadies
Ladles and Gentlemen Cltisens of Oz Ozden h hden
den 1 am glad ad to meet you I h hbeen hbeen
been preaching today In Salt Lake al 4 4I
1 have rathe talked myself out of ofJe si sijecti
Je jecti < tII for Sunday consideration I ba baJust hay hayjust
Just been through your beuUful l ci n nyon nyon
yon and really It Is an Inspiration to tosee I Isee
see the colors on the sides of those bloa brautiful u utitul
titul hills and to 10 up that narrow narrowgorae narrowgorge
gorge and realize the force and ueef ueefness use useness
ness of the water that comes down h htween hr hrtween <
tween those > hm hills to make this Y31 Y31Continued va vaContinued
Continued on Page 3
FIREMEN FIGHT FIRE WHILEBIJLLETSFALLABOUT WHILE WHILEBULLETS
BULLETS BIJLLETSFALLABOUT FALL ABOUT THEM THEMLargest THEMLargest
Largest Hardware Store in Eastern EasternMontana EasternMontana
Montana Is Badly Damaged Damagedby
by the Flames FlamesBillings
Billings Mont Sept 26Fire which broke out in the hardware de department departinent
partment of Yegen Brothers big department store at 11 15 Jut night nightdamaged nightdamaged
damaged the stock and building to the extent of 275000 275000I 275000Jesse
Jesse Bawls a boy while watching the fire was blindodby blinded by the flame filUl1eand flameand
I and fell through a skylight sustaining injuries that thatmay may result in the loss lossof lossof
of his arm
The tfrt firemen > men who fought the flames were wereIn werein
In constant dan danger r from exploding cart cartrldgee cartridges
ridges oils and paints some of which whfchblew whichblew
blew up with terrific fOrr hurlin hurlinsparks hurlinsparks
sparks several hundred feet In the ail ailThe airThe
The origin of the fire Is not known knownthough knownthough
though It is thought to have startd in inth inthe
th the basement At onA on Urn th > pntin pntinstoTe entircstore
store which ollirs half bIh bIhthrrntend lhthrratend
thrrntend i t th flamrg v cn ecci i 1 1o
o th haltlwr han var doJtrtnrt dictr t I t V ti tiI
I fighters Who stood at tuu times 1n a 1
lade of bullet though 110 Ii ne < was IiS in injured injured
jured juredTht juredTh
Tht entire stock of grJlt dry god godlC
lC i in adjoining stores if < n1 flirt < > r or Ie IeIr Ielrlured
Ir lrlured lITld Joy smok 01 wat vatr though to toWhL towlit
WhL extent i not knowll Ti1e hard hardware hartiware
ware stock was the largt largest > st In t eastern easternMontana > ushrnfontana
fontana Durng the progress of th the I Ianother 41 41another
another alarm was so olIJrltd rided from a atanl 1
taut ph point an anti fit 1 a tltr C endngr > lldrl l lpolr
polr ut it Ys x xt xtf
1 f will l1lul riijIit 1 1TL
TL it r Ii in y I i4 tI r rit
r it L 1U a nl U I Acr Acr1rui 1 1U
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