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THOUSANDS TUOUSANDSATTEND TUOUSANDSATTENDCnURCD ATTEND ATTENDCHURCH ATTENDCHURCH
CHURCH CONFERENCE CONFERENCEPeople
People of Many Nations At Attend Attend Attend ¬
tend Services of Eightieth EightiethSemiAnnual EightiethSemiAnnual EightiethSemiAnnual
SemiAnnual Meeting MeetingThe
The eightieth seniannual se annual conference of the Church of Jesus esus Christ Christof
of latterDay Saints opened yesterday at the Mormon tabernacle Twen Twenty Twenty Twenty ¬
ty thousand people nearly every one a member of the Mormon church churchfrom churchfrom churchfrom
from every state in the United States from almost every foreign country countryand
and from the remote islands of the seas thronged the temple grounds groundsyesterday groundsyesterday groundsyesterday
yesterday Nearly twelve thousand were accommodated in the tabernacle tabernacleMany tabernacler1 tabernacler
r1 r Many of the remainder filled the assembly hall and for the rest an over overflow overflow overflow ¬
flow meeting was held out of doors on the temple grounds
The present lre nt general conference of the theMormon thfIormon theMormon
Mormon church is by far the largest and andIt
It bids bi s fair to be the most successful ever everheld everh ever1ied
held h > 1d by the members of the church In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the cosmopolitan crowd of conference conferencevisitors conferencevisitors conferenceVisitors
visitors this year there is evidence of ofgreater ofgnater ofgreater
greater happiness s and prosperity than thaneer thaneir thanever
ever before beforeAt
At yesterday esterda mornings session ion of the theconference theconf theconference
conference conf rence President Joseph F Smith de delivered del1vered deIlvered ¬
livered his annual address The keynote keynoteof
of Jr the presidents address was an appeal appealfor tppeatfor
for the careful training and instruction instructionof in tructlonof
of the young He asked that the greatest greatestefforts greatestefforts greateetefforts
efforts be put forth to instruct the Mor Mornion Morb Uormon
b mon young people in the principles of oftheir ortHir ofr
r their religion in order that they might re remain remain remain ¬
main in the faith The president went on onriiord onrpeorrl onrcrI
riiord as being vigorously opposed to tomarriages tomarriages tomarriages
marriages between betw n members of the Mor Mormori Mormon Mormon
mon church and nonMormons Such Suchmarriages Suchmarriages Sucinarr1ages
marriages he said were almost sure to toresult toresult tonsiiIt
result unhappily unhappilyPresident unhappilyPresident unhappilyPresident
President Smith in his speech made a aplea aplea aplea
plea for the support of home industry industryTins industryfhis IndustryThis
Tins plea coming from fro the leading spir spiritual spiritual spirItual ¬
itual adviser of by far the greater por portion portion pertion ¬
tion of the people of the state will un undoubtedly undoubtedly Undoubtedly ¬
doubtedly do much to assist in the devel development development develorment ¬
opment of Utah Industries IndustriesLauds IndustriesLauds IndustriesLauds
Lauds Honest Toilers ToilersThe
The president pre tdent paid a high tribute to the thehonest theh thehonest
honest h fst toiler He deplored the fact that thatin thatIn thatIn
in the training of the youth the instruc instruction In lnstrtietlcn trhc trhctlon ¬
tion in the trades was n neglected for the theeducation theodueatlon theeducation
education looking toward occupations occupationsconsidered occupationsconsidered occupationsconsidered
considered by b some to be more genteel genteelthan genteelthan genteelthan
than that of the tradesman The train training training training ¬
ing of the youth outh in useful trades and the thedevelopment thedpvelopment thedeveopment
development of home industries to t give giveemploN ginemployment giveemployment
emploN employment ment to the young people he said saidn saidInt saidWtnt
Wtnt n Int > nt hand in hand toward the progress progressof
of the community communityStrong communltStrong communityStrong
Strong addresses along similar lines lineswore Jineswpre lineswere
wore made by b Presidents John R Win Winder Windr Vlnder ¬
der and Anthon II Lund and Apostles ApostlesFrancis ApostlesFrands ApostlesFrancis
Francis M Lyman John Henry Smith Smithand Smithnnd Smithand
and Heber J Grant GrantOther GrantOther Grantother
Other meetings in connection with the theconference tbeonfennce theInference
conference are being held by the differ different differE ¬
ent E nt missionary societies and by b the varl varlus van vanUS
< us organisations for the promulgation of offie oftllf oftite
fie church work workTabernacle workTabernacle
I ITabernacle
Tabernacle Is Packed PackedTlf
Tlf fl conference 01lteren e was ferraaHr opened at atI
10 1 oclock yesterday forenoon by Presi President Prestnt Presidiit ¬
dent nt Joseph F Smith ith When R the eonf confpr confprllce r rc
c IK llce e wa opened the great tabernacle was waspacked was wasllkld waspacked
packed llkld to the doors Hundreds were werestanding werestanding werestandIng
standing in the aisles aislesMore natesore aislesMore
More ore than tb WOOO i people thronged the theHi thepat thegreat
Hi pat fat tabernacle at the opening session sessionTheir sessionTheir eRlonTheir
Their devout bearing gave strong evi eviC evllme
C lme > nte of the extraordinary strength stren th of oft1 oft
11 t1 t Mormon church and of the devotion devotionu
cJ u its followers A few were tourists touriststut touristsL touristshut
hut L t the great maorlty of the vast audi audit
t IK r consisted of adherents of the Mor Morn Iornn
n nn n iith ulthlJrullng iIthtuying iithHi
Hi lJrullng uityinic i seats in th the tabernacle ao aoiTlinsr aerlinll actr1ing
iTlinsr rlinll to their rank in the priesthood priesthoodw
w w rt President Joseph F Smith John R Rnder RWinrfr ILindcr
Winrfr nder and Anthon H Lund of the first firstrrfsidency firstJrf firstrrPsidenc3
rrfsidency Jrf > sidency Apostles Francis M 1 Lyman LymanJ
1 J J11 T < > Jn n Henry Smith Heber J Grant Bud RudK RooI RooIr Budgr
K gr < r lawson Reed Smoot Hyrum M MSmith MSmith
Smith George Geor e Albert Smith George F FRrliHrds FRirhards PRichards
Richards Orson F Whitney David O OM OMKay 0M
M MKay Kay and Anthony W T Ivins Patriarch PatriarchJohn PatriarchJolm PatriarchJohn
John Smith Elders Seymour B Young YoungBrig YoungBriJl1am YoungBrigham
Brig Brigham am H Roberts Ro rts J Golden Kimball KlmballRulm KimballRuhn KimballflU1fl
Rulm S Wells ells J W Yo McMurrin and andt andIarlfs anduiarles
t uiarles uirlfs H Hart of the first council of ofsctnttes ofSfYInUes ofscvrntles
sctnttes Presiding Bishop C W Nib Niblev NlbIt Nib1ev
lev It and Counselors O P Miller and David DavidA
A Smith Of the twentysix presiding au authorities authorities authritieS ¬
thorities of the Mormon church only two twore twore two1re
1re re absent Apostle C W V Penrose Penrosenni Penrosewho
who vh is the president of the European EuropeanriiFsions Europeanraislon Europeantiirslofls
riiFsions of the church was unable to toJi tolon
Ji lon 1 ae his work abroad George Rey Reyrolds Reynolds Heyxolds
rolds the seventh member of the first firstcouncil firstoIuncil firstcuncil
council of seventies died recently It is isprobable isJrobable Isprobable
probable that his successor 8ucces or will be named namedbv
tv this conference conferenceBefore conferenceBefore conferenceBefore
Before opening the conference Presi President Presldfnt President ¬
dent Smith announced that there were so somany somany soriuflY
many conference visitors this year that thatDifficulty thatiffculty
Difficulty 1 was being experienced in find findIng findIng findIng
Ing accommodations for them He asked askedthat askedthat askedthat
that the Mormon people who had accom accommodations accommodatlonll accommodations ¬
modations for the visiting brethren leave leavoheir leavenwir leaveicir
heir names and addresses add at the office officeof
of If Elias Morris orrls Son near the temple templegrounds templegrounds
4 grounds He made the th announcements announcementsContinued announcementContinued announcementsContinued
Continued on Page 2
MAN IS KILLED KILLEDBY
BY STREET STREETJohn CAR CARJohn
John Miller Falls From a Car Caron Caron Caron
on the Track and Is IsMangled IsMangled IsMangled
Mangled MangledJohn
John Miller aged 37 3 years of 346 346Elizabeth 346Elizabeth 346Elizabeth
Elizabeth street stepped from an east eastbound eastbound eastbound
bound Mount Ollvet car at Eleventh EleventhEast EleventhEast EleventhEast
East and Fifth South streets stumbled stumbledfell
fell and lay unconscious across the thewestbound thewestbound thewestbound
westbound track where several minutes minuteslater minuteslater minuteslater
later the same car returning mangled mangledhim mangledhim
him to death at 1130 oclock last night nightHis nightHis nightHis
His neighbors A G Meyerhoffer and andT andT
T W V Champes Cham pes returning to the car carline carlIne carline
line to see why their companion had hadnot hadnot hadnot
not followed them saw him lying with withhis withhis withhis
his head resting on the rail and the thecar thecar thecar
car approaching Their cries of warn warning warning warnIng ¬
ing were too late lateMotorman lateMotorman lateMotorrnan
Motorman George Patterson did not notsee notsee notsee
see the man until within ten feet feetThe feetThe feetThe
The grade is a heavy one and the thecar thecar thecar
car ran across the street dragging Its Itsvictim i1JSYicUm it itvictim
victim Miller was dead when taken takenfrom takenfrom takenfrom
from under the wheels His skull was wastorn wastorn wastorn
torn off completely and the lower limbs limbsand 11mbsand limbsand
and thorax were terribly lacerated laceratedThe lacer laceratedThe ted tedThe
The body was removed to the Evans Evansundertaking Evansundertaking Evansundertaking
undertaking establishment where Cor Coroner Coroner Coroner ¬
oner Stanley A Hanks was communi communicated communicated communicated ¬
cated with but decided to wait until untilmorning untilmorning untilmorning
morning before looking into the case caseAccording caseAccording caseAccording
According to Millers companions he hehad heh hehad
had h d been drinking when he stepped steppedfrom steppedfrom steppedfrom
from the eastboimd eaat1 eatliiS nd car Meyerhoffer Meyerhofferand Ieyerhoffetand
and Champes hurried on ontblnking thinking Mir Mirier MIt1cr 1IT 1ITler ¬
ier was following them but he had fall fallen fallen fallen ¬
en between the rails railsHe railsHe railslIe
He is survived by b a mother whose whoseonly whoseonl whoseonly
only onl support he was as and a brother and andsister andsister andsister
sister living in Los Angeles
FIND CLUE TO TOBANK TOBANKROBBERS
BANK BANKROBBERS BANKROBBERSPosse ROBBERS ROBBERSPosse
Posse of Young Men Discover DiscoverMoney DiscoverMoney DiscoverMoney
Money Sacks and Weapons Weaponsof
of Bandits BanditsGlenwood BanditsGlenwood BanditsGlenwood
Glenwood Springs Colo Oct 3 3The 3Thefirst 3Thefirst The Thefirst
first clue to the robbers rob1 rs who held up upthe upthe upthe
the Citizens National bank last week weekand weekand weekand
and took with them 10000 was found foundtoday foundtoday foundtoday
today when a posse of young men found foundtwo foundtwo foundtwo
two money sacks in a gulch some dis distance distance digtanee ¬
tance from the place where the horse horsewas horsewas horsewas
was shot from under one of the bandits banditsThere banditsThere banditsThere
There were two sacks a pistol and a apair apair apair
pair of straps evidently used to tie the thesacks thesacks thesacks
sacks These straps strapshave have been traced tracedto
to the ownership of one of the suspects suspectsarrested auspCtsarretted suspectsarrested
arrested He owns a suitcase from fromwhich fromwblch fromwhich
which a pair of straps is missing and andthe andthe andthe
the ones found fit the suitcase suitcaseNo
No other trace has been found of the therobbers therobbers therobbers
robbers It is known that they have di divided divided divided ¬
vided their booty boot and have gone furth furthinto furthInto furthInto
into the mountains
RNERSTQNE OF CHURCH IS ISPLACED ISLACED IS1LACED
PLACED BY PRESIDENT TAFT TAFTDeclares TAFTDeclares TAFTDeclares
Declares Every Church Preaching PreachingDoctrine PreachingDoctrine PreachingDoctrine
Doctrine of True Religion Has HasHis HasHis HasHis
His Support SupportPortland
Portland Ore Oct 3 3President President Taft today preached another ser sermon sermon sermon ¬
mon The scene had changed from the Mormon tabernacle at Salt Lake LakeCity LakeCity LakeCity
City on Sunday last to the corner stonelaying of the First TJniversalist TJniversalistchurch UnlversaIistchurch Universalistchurch
church in East Portland PortlandThe FortlandThe PortlandThe
The President handled the th silver trowel and worked hard to see that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the stone was properly adjusted His apparent earnestness in setting the thestone
stone called out from the air audience
The President referred to his various variouschurch yarlouschurch variouschurch
church experiences and in concluding his hisremarks hisTfmarks hisemarkB
remarks said saidNo saidNo aklNo
No church in this country however howeverhumble howeyerhumble howeverbumble
humble It may be that preaches the doc doctrine doctrine doetrifle ¬
trine of f true religion and true morality moralitywill
will lack my earnest earne t support to make It Itmore Itmore Itmore
more influential whenever opportunity of ofVhe 0 0fcn offcrs
fcn fcrsliie
Vhe The Presidents train left at 610 p m mover mover mover
over the Southern Pacific railway for forSacramento forSaramento forSarameflto
Sacramento Cal CalMr Car CalMr
Mr r Taft had a truly religious day daywhich da dawhich dayhtCh
which htCh began when he attended the morn mornin morning mornIng
in ing services at the First Unitarian Unitarianchurch Unitarianchurcb Unitarianchurch
church in Portland and listened to a ser sermon sermon sermon ¬
mon by Rev Re W V C Eliot jr Follow Following FollowIng Following ¬
ing this service the President was the theeuest thegucst theguest
guest of honor at a luncheon tendered tenderedb
b by y Senator Bourne and which Included Includedthe
the he various state and city officials In Inthe Intill Inthe
the early af aft afternon tern rnJn ton the President visited visitedSt
St Marys Roman Catholic school and andmade andmade andmade
made a fiveminute address to the school schoolchildren school11Ildren schoolblldren
children in which lie declared that loyalty loyaltyto
to church meant fidelity to country countryWhen countryWhen countryWhen
When the President Pre ldent had been intro introduced introduced Introduccd ¬
duced at the cornerstone laying by the theRev theRev theRev
Rev James D Corby pastor of the thechurch thechureh thecureb
church he said saidI
1 dont know that any one on questions questionsthe
r i the propriety of m my > being her und < J nd of officiating offllating ofriclatiflg ¬
ficiating on su sUfh < h ° n nrcasinn js this or orthat orthat orthat
that an explanation of any sort is called
for But I want to say that I believe it itto Itto itto
to be the duty of the President of these theseUnited theseUnited theseUnited
United States to welcome and to support supportevery supporteyery supportevery
every Instrument by which the moralend moralsmd morals moralsend
end religion of the community may be beelevated beelevated beelevated
elevated and maintained maintainedI nmlnt lned lnedI
I think we have reached the time when whenthe whenthe whenthe
the churches are growing together when whenthere whentbere whenthere
there is less bitterness of denominational denominationaldispute denominationaldispute denominationaldispute
dispute and that no n matter what creed creedwe
we may follow the churches are begin beginning beginning beginning ¬
ning ta realize that they must stand standshoulder standshoulder standshoulder
shoulder to shoulder in the contest for forrighteousness forrighteousness forrighteousness
righteousness that we all stand for the thefatherhood thefatherhood thefatherhood
fatherhood of God and the brotherhood brotherhoodof
of man manI
I am an optimist I believe we are anmuch aremuch aremuch
much better today than we were fifty fiftyyears fiftyyears fiftyyears
years ago man by man I believe we weare weare weare
are more altruistic and more interested interestedin
in our fellow man manthan than we have been at atany atany atany
any time in the last fifty years Of Ofcourse Ofcourse Ofcourse
course you hear from time to time of
instances of selfishness and greed but
I the only reason r 8son these Instances are given givenprominence glVt1nprominence glvdnprominence
prominence Is because we condemn then thenthe th themthe r1 r1the
the more and believe that in calling at attention altentlon attentlon ¬
tentlon to them they will be made morand moreand more moreand
and more Infrequent InfrequentNo
No church In this country however
humble It may be > which preaches the thedocflne thtdotrlnE thedoctr1ne
docflne of true religion and true mor morilit mority mordhty
ilit dhty ity > will lack my earnest support to tomake tomakf tomake
make It more Influential whenever op
iportanlty I offers off rs
Commissioners Words May MayIndicate MayS
S Indicate Future Policies
COMMISSION COMMISSIONfOR COMMISSIONFORJUSTICE
fOR FORJUSTICE FORJUSTICEOfficial JUSTlC JUSTlCOfficial
Official Says Body Not Likely Likelyto
to Consider Effect the Spo Spokane Spokane Spokane ¬
kane Rate Decision May MayHave MayHave MayHave
Have on Jobbing Territory TerritorySpokane TerritorySpokane TerritorySpokane
Spokane Wash Oct 3 3inter 3interstate 3Interstate Inter Interstaje
state Commerce Commissioner C N NProuty NProuty NProuty
Prouty yesterday made a statement statementat
at the hearing of the Spokane rate ratecase ratecase ratecase
case that it is believed indicates cer certain certain certam ¬
tain tam policies the commission will pur pursue pursue pursue ¬
sue in rate regulation regulationCommissioner regulationCommissioner regulationCommIssioner
Commissioner Prouty Prout said I do not notthink notthln1 notthink
think the commission will give much muchweight muchweight muchweight
weight to the effect this decision decisionthat decisIonthat decisionthat
that on Spokane rates will have on onaltering onaltering onaltering
altering jobbing territory It does not notmatter notmatter notmatter
matter a great deal to the people of
Spokane whether they purchase their theirgooda theirgool1a theirgooda
gooda through Spokane jobbers or orthrough orthrough orthrough
through Jobbers from other points but
it does concern them very much muchwhether muchwhether muchwhether
whether they are compelled to pay paymore paymore paymore
more for those commodities on account accountof
of the rates charged chargedIt
It appears plain that Spokane has hasto hasto hasto
to pay for more things purchase purchasrohere purchasolhere d dhere
here on account of the freight rate rateIt rattIt rateIt
It may possibly be that this is jus justified justified justifled ¬
tified by the peculiar conditions If Ifnot Ifnot Ifnot
not the commission will be justified justifiedin
in ordering the rates reduced reducedYou reducedYou reducedYou
You gentlemen in Spokane can cannot cannot cannot
not expect the commission to order the therailroads therailroads therailroads
railroads to give you ou as low 10 rates on onsome onsome onsome
some of these commodities as the rail railroads railroads railroads ¬
roads gave you five years ears ago The Therailroads Therailroads Therailroads
railroads fixed those rates because you youmen youmen ou oumen
men virtually compelled them to do doso doso doso
so The commission cannot approach approachthe
the question in that manner but must mustestablish mustestablish mustestablish
establish such rates as will be fair fairand fairand fairand
and equitable as between the carriers carriersthe
the consumers and the producers of ofthe O Othe othe
the commodities carried carriedWe carriedWe carriedWe
We cannot for instance give you youthe 3OUthe youthe
the same rate from New York that we wegive wegive wegive
give you OU from Chicago Maybe Ia be the therepresentatives therepresentatives therepresentatives
representatives here for New York can canshow canshow canshow
show us some reason why we should shoulddo
do so but there Is none that I can see seeat seeat seeat
at present
C N PROUTY PKOUTYInterstate PROUTYInterstate PROUTYInterstate
Interstate ccmmerce commissioner
CONSERVATION CONSfRVATIONNOJ
NOJ DETRIMENT DHRIMENTThomas
Thomas R Shipp Says Policies PoliciesHave PoliciesHave PoliciesHave
Have Received Universal UniversalEndorsement UniversalEndorsement UniversalEndorsement
Endorsement EndorsementWashington
Washington Oct 3 Conservation poli policies policies polldes ¬
cies have received universal endorsement endorsementand
and there is no foundation for the state statement statement statemont ¬
ment that conservation would retard the thedevelopment thedevelpment thedevelopment
development of the countrys natural re resources resources resources ¬
sources according to Thomas R Shipp Shippsecretary Shippsecretary Shlppsecretary
secretary of the National Conservation Conservationcommission ConsersUoncommls Conservationcommission
commission commls lon and of the joint committee on onconservation onconservation onconservation
conservation who has been on a tour tourfrom tourfrom tourfrom
from Boston to San Francisco in the In Interest interest Interest ¬
terest of conservation work workThe workThe workThe
The fortytwo state conservation com committees committees cornmittees ¬
mittees and the fiftyone conservation conservationcommittees consenationcommittees conservationcommittees
committees of the national organizations organizationsare
are going to be directed to apply their theirenergies theirenergies theirenergies
energies to practical tests Mr Shipp de declared declared dedared ¬
clared claredA
A study of the water power question questionone
one of th the foremost single conservation conservationIssues conservaUonl88ues conservationIssues
Issues before the state commissions ac according according according ¬
cording to Mr Ir Shipp Is being beln > made by bythe b bthe bythe
the state committee preparatory to recom recommending recommending recommending ¬
mending legislation to prevent their valu valuable valuable valuable ¬
able water power sites from passing into intothe Intothe intothe
the hands of monopolies
POPE HAS THE GOUT GOUJPontiff AGAIN AGAINPontiff
Pontiff Is So 111 the Surgeons Insist Insiston
on All Audiences Being BeingDiscontinued BeingDiscontinued BeingDiscontinued
Discontinued DiscontinuedRome
Rome Oct 4 4For For several days the thepope thepope thepope
pope has been ill but he continued to tosee tosee tosee
see visitors hoping to overcome what whathe whathe whathe
he considered a slight indisposition Yes Yesterday YC8terday Yeaterday ¬
terday he received In audience one of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the archbishops who noticed that the thepontiff thepontlff thepontiff
pontiff appeared tired and languid languidAfter languidAfter languidAlter
After the audience the symptoms be became became became ¬
came aggravated there being consider considerable considerable considerable ¬
able pain and swelling in the leg which whichindicated whichIndicated whichindicated
indicated a recurrence of the gout goutAlthough goutAlthough goutAlthough
Although the attack Is slight the thepopes thepopes thepopes
popes doctors have Insisted upon com complete complete cornplete ¬
plete rest and the audiences have been beensuspended be beensuspended n nsuspended
suspended
LIMA BEAN GROWERS GROWERSHAVE GROWERSHAVE GROWERSHAVE
HAVE FORMED A POOL POOLOxnard POOLOxnard POOLOxnard
Oxnard Cal Oct 3 3Three Three hundred
lima bean 1Jf > an growers representing the thecounties thecounties thecounties
counties of Los Angeles Santa Barbara BarbaraVentura
Ventura and Orange met here yesterday yesterdayand yesterdaand
and condemned tactics of buyers buyersThe buyersThe buyersThe
The bean growers say sn buyers are over overestimating overfstlmaUng overestimating ¬
estimating the crop by 50 ij per cent to beat beatdown beatdown heatdown
down the price priceA
A pool of beans is being formed The Theassociation Theassociation Theassociation I
association has aroused farmers to hold holdout holdaut holdaut I
aut for p75 3 75 per 100 lOOpounds pounds
i
MAIL BETWEEN EAST AND ANDWEST ANDWEST ANDWEST I
WEST TO TRAVEL FAST FASTWashington FASTWashington FASTWashington
Washington Oct 3 3The The time for the thetransmission thetransmission thetransmission
transmission of mail between the east eastand eastand eastand
and Seattle will be somewhat shortened shortenedby
by the new fast train recently put on onbetween onbetween onbetween
between St Paul and Seattle by the theGreat theGreat theGreat
Great Northern railway Mall leaving leavingNew leavingNew leavingNew
New York city at 930 p m Monday Mondaywill
will arrive In Seattle by 6 a m Friday
KING CONFERS KNIGHTHOOD KNIGHTHOODLondon
London Oct 3 3The The king has con conferred conferred conferred ¬
ferred knighthood upon Lieutenant LieutenantGeneral LieutenantGeneral LieutenantGeneral
General Robert Stephenson SmythBa SmythBadenPowell SmythBadenPowell SmythBadenPowell ¬
denPowell who was prominent In the theSouth theSouth theSouth
South African war and who recently recentlyfounded recentlyfounded recentlyfounded
founded the organization of boy boyzeouts boyzeoutsto scouts scoutsto
to promote good citizenship in I the rising risinggeneration risinggeneration risinggeneration
generation
GOLD RECEIPTS LESS LESSSeattle LESSSeattle LESSSeattle
Seattle Wash Oct 3 September gold goldlecelpts goldlecelpts goldteceipts
lecelpts at the Seattle assay office were wereIPSS we1tl wentless
less l < > ss than J2000000 or nearly a million millionless millionless J
less than for last September Lack of ofwater ofwater ofwater
water for placer mining Is the cause Re Receipts Recelpts ¬ i icelpts
celpts for the year wIll TV ill be about 18000000
ESKIMO DEVOURS CHILD CHILDSt
St Johns X F Oct 3 3An An Eskimo driven to cannibalism by bystarvation bystarvation bystarvation
starvation ate his child according to a story brought from the far north northtoday nortbtoday northtoday
today by the Hudson Bay companys s steamer Adventure which arrived arrivedwith arrivedwith arrivedwith
with the crew of the tb lost Dundee whaler w haler Paradox The whaler met the thefate thefate thefate
fate of her companion ship Snowdrop when she was crushed in the ice icefloes icefloes icefloes
floes off Baffin land early in Augu st a year ago agoThe agoThe agoThe
The Eskimos hunting and fishing flshl ng season had failed and made mad madby madby madby >
by hunger he cut the throat of one of his children and then ate the lit little Httie littie ¬ <
tie victim victimWhen YlctimWhEn vIctimWhen
When the mans neighbors learned of the crhne they attacked him himaccording himaccordine himaccording
according to the primitive law of their race The outcast beat off all allassaults allIISsaults allssauits
assaults shot down several of the attacking a party and escaped into the thetrackless thetrackltltg thetrackless
trackless wilderness of ice His fate fa tt is unknown
SAYS MAN HAS HASA HASARIGHT A ARIGHT
RIGHT TO DRINK DRINKPresident
President of National German GermanAlliance GermanAlliance GermanAlliance
Alliance Declares Himself Himselfon
on Temperance TemperanceCincinnati
Cincinnati 0 Oct 3 3The The right to todrink todrink todrink
drink as much wine and beer as a man manwants manwants manwants
wants was declared an attribute of hu human human human ¬
man liberty today by Dr C J T Hex Hexamer Hexamer Hexamer
amer president pre ident of the National German GermanAlliance GermanAlliance GermanAlliance
Alliance in opening the convention of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the alliance here hereThe hereThe hereThe
The divine right of each man to pur pursue pursue pursue ¬
sue his own o n good in his own way he hedeclared hedecJarro hedeclared
declared should not be sacrificed to the thefears tbefears thefears
fears and the fanaticism of those tho e who whoregard whoregard whoregard
regard or pretend to regard drink as a acrime acrime acrime
crime crimeWe
We GermanAmericans never have haveallowed haveallowed haveallowed
allowed our love of food or drink to todegenerate todegfflerate todegenerate
degenerate into intemperance or to in interfere interfere Interfere ¬
terfere with the good of the community communityThe communltThe
The strongest plea that can be put for forward forward forward ¬
ward for the mildest form of prohibi prohibition prohibitionlocal prohibitionlocal ¬
tion tionlocal local option optionis is that it enables a afanatical afanatical afanatical
fanatical majority to lord it over a lib liberalminded liberalminded liberalminded ¬
eralminded people peopleLet
Let us hope that the spirit of lib liberty liberty liberty ¬
erty and American fair play will soon sooncause sooncause sooncause
cause a reaction against the movement movementof
of fanaticism that is now spreading over overour overour overour
our land
PRESIDENTS PRESIDENTSYOSEMITE YBSEIIIE YO Sf MITE TRIP TRIPChief
Chief Magistrate te Will Walk Five FiveMiles FiveMiles FiveMiles
Miles Down the Rough Moun Mountain Mountain Mountam ¬
tain tam Trail TrailYoBemite TrailYosemite TrailYosemite
Yosemite Cal Oct 3 Preparations 3PreparatiOIltwere Preparationswere
were completed here today for the en entertainment entertalnment entertainment ¬
tertainment of President Taft in Yo Yosemite Yosemite Yosemite
semite valley Oct 6 Two days of rain rainhas ndnhas rainhas
has left perfect roads and there is eight eighteen ¬
een inches of snow in the high Sierras SierrasMajor SierrasMajor SIerrasMajor
Major ITorsythe superintendent of the thepark thepark thepark
park has detailed thirty cavalrymen cavalrymenunder caval1menunder cavalrymenunder
under Captain R S Wells to meet the thepresidential thepresidential thepresidential
presidential party at El Portal the thegateway thegateway thegateway
gateway of the park and to act as his hisescort hisescort
escort luring his sojourn In the valley valleyThe valleyThe
The party will stop at the Wawono Wawonohotel Wawonahotel
hotel Thursday night and visit the Big BigTrees BigTrees
Trees Friday Frtda morning The President Presidentwill
will i11 sleep at Glacier Point and walk walkdown walkdown walkdown
down the mountain trail five miles mi to tothe tothe tothe
the Sentinel hotel Saturday morning morningThe
The President wishes to spend a few fewdays fewdays fewdays
days close to nature and will m avoid avoidspeeches ayoldspeeches avoidspeeches
speeches
AMERICANS AID FLOOD FLOODVICTIMS FLOODVICTIMS FLOODVICTIMSIN
VICTIMS IN MEXICO MEXICOWashington MEXICOWashington MEXICOWashington
Washington OcOS Oct3The The campaign in inbehalf inbehalf inbehalf
behalf of the Mexican flood victims is isJust i8just isjust
Just beginning The relief work is being beingcontinued beingcontinued beingcontinued
continued under the direction of Ameri American American Amencan ¬
can consuls according to a telegram re received received recelved ¬
ceived at the state department from fromConsul fromCon8ul fromConsul
Consul General Hanna H nna at Monterey MontereyA
A frost in some oomeof qf f the stricken dis districts districts distnicts ¬
tricts has reduced corn corn crops 50 per cent centsays centsays centsays
says the dispatch dl8pa teh and many rural dis districts districts dietrlcts ¬
tricts will need outside assistance
S S STHOMAS
THOMAS HSWOPE H SWOPE DEAD DEADKansas DEADIansal DEADKansas
Kansas City Oct 3 Thomas H HSwop HSWOP HSsvnpe
Swop millioniir mill iontLre and philanthropist philanthropistdied I
died suddenly at hIs hnmp here tonight tonightfollowing tonightfolfrwng I
following a stroke of apoplexy ap plExy He was
82 ycar car old
STRIKING MINERS MINERSRHURN MINERSRETURN
RETURN TO WORK WORKI WORKMisunderstanding
I Misunderstanding of Interpre InterpreI ¬
ter Causes Trouble Which WhichEnds WhichEnds WhichEnds
Ends Satisfactorily SatisfactorilySpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanBingham HeraldRepublicanBiugham an anBingham
Bingham Oct 3 IThree Three hundred hundredstriking hundredstriking hundredstriking
striking Greek miners vJll ll return to towork towork towork
work this morning at the plant of the theUtah theUtah theUtah
Utah Copper company An increase increasefrom Increuefrom increasefrom
from 175 to 2 is granted the miners minersThe minersThe minersThe
The labor difficulty at the mine arose arosethrough arosethrough arosethrough
through a misunderstanding of the in interpreters Interpretens Interpreters ¬
terpreters and the men menThe menThe menThe
The management had contemplated contemplatedgiving contemplatedghing contemplatedgiving
giving the men men the Increase in pay be before before before ¬
fore the strike In communicating this thisfact thisfact thisfact
fact to the men there was a misunder misunderstanding mlunderstandtng misunderstanding ¬
standing the men taking the interpreter interpreterto
to mean that the management would wouldnot wouldnot wouldnot
not increase their pay and the strike strikeresulted strikeresulted strikeresulted
resulted The matter was finally made madeclear madeclear madeclear
clear to the men last night and they theyagreed theyagreed theyagreed
agreed to return to work workDeputy workDeputy workDeputy
Deputy sheriffs tonight arrested Ed EdKordowodokls EdKordowodokis EdKordowodokis
Kordowodokis and Michael Kordusun Kordusunta
taa ta and took them to SIt Lake The ThefiBBt Thefit 1hefl1t
fit is accused of flourishing a revolver revolverin
in the face of the deputy sheriffs when whenfour whenfour whenfour
four men under arrest were released releasedKordusuntas releastdKordusuntas releasedKordusuntas
Kordusuntas is the man who made the thedemand tbedemand thedemand
demand for more wages and who by bytipping bytipping bytipping
tipping his hat gave the signal to strike
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r UlAI HAFIOS HAFIDSllOY IS HOLY WAR WARFanatical WARFanatical IA IAFanatical
Fanatical leader of Tribesmen Urges IFrgesThat UrgesThat UrgesThat
That All Christians Be BeExpelled BeExpelled BeExpelled
Expelled ExpelledMadrid ExpelledMadrid ExpelledMadrid
Madrid Oct 3 3There There is an absence absenceof
of news from the front since General GeneralMarina GeneralMarina GeneralMarina
Marina commander of the Spanish Spanishforces Spanishforces Spanishforces
forces at Melilla opened the offensive offensiveyesterdayTTunhe offeQ8ivcyesteroayUutthe offeeIveyesterdaylItiUthe
yesterdayTTunhe recent r t fes tance of ofthe I Ithe tthe
the Moors and the Spanish losses have haveconvinced ha haveconvinced e econvinced
convinced the government that the war waris warIs warIs
is not yet over and that too much im importance importance hitportance ¬
portance should should not be attributed to the thecapture tbe tbecapture thecapture
capture of Mount Guruga GurugaThe GuruPThe GurugaThe
The Moors are reported to be concen concentrated concentrated concentrated ¬
trated on the three mountains Argain ArgainUxurgan ArbainUxurgan ArgalnUxurgait
Uxurgan and Milon which are almost almostequally almosteqUflly almostequIly
equally as dangerous of access as Mount MountGuruga MountGuruga MountOuruga
Guruga and from which they must be bedislodged bedislodged bedislodged
dislodged There are persistent reports reportsthat reportstbat reportsthat
that Mulal Hafid is encouraging a holy holywar holywar holywar
war and urging the tribesmen to help helpexpel helpexpel helpexpel
expel the Christians from the country
COOK GRANTS REQUEST REQUESTOF
I OF AMERICAN AMERICANSCIENTISTS AMERICANSCIENTISTSWashington SCIENTISTS SCIENTISTSWashington SCIENTISTSWashington
Washington Oct 3 3Dr Dr Frederick A ACook ACook ACook
Cook the Arctic explorer announced to tonight tonight tonight ¬
night shortly shortl after his arrival from New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York to deliver his lecture that he will willacquiesce willacqulescf willacquiesce
acquiesce < in the proposition that the theUniversity theUniversity theUniversity
University of Copenhagen be asked a ked to towaive towaive towaive
waive its claim to a prior examination examinationof
of his records in order that the Ameri American American Amencan ¬
can Geographical society and other sci scientific scientific sd sdentific ¬
entific societies in this country may be beenabled beenabled beenabled
enabled to review his data
NOT GOING TOSEE TO SEE COOK COOKSeattle COOKSeattle COOKSeattle
Seattle Wash Oct 3 3Edward Banill Banillwho BarrllJwho l3arniIlwho
who was Dr Frederick A A1 Cooks guide guidein
in niP rxptditmn to Mount ATKmiev ar arrivid arriVcd anrivd
rivid fT1 t yet > e etria t Tu3A a frl r i J Mita nta ia He Hed Hettlt Hednicd
d dnicd nka that t 13 guaiff g iD to N Nw w York to tomeet tomoct
meet Dr Cook C vk
EIGHT MEN KILLED KILLEDIN
IN MINE MINEEXPLosior MINEEXPLosiorGas EXPLOS10F EXPLOS10FGas
Gas Ignites in Shaft Blowing
Out t Cinders Gin de is Which Wh Ic h Fire FireSoslyn F FireMany 1e 1eMany
Many Houses HousesRoslyn
Roslyn Wash Oct 3 3At At least eight men were killed and a1t three fa fatally a ¬
tally injured in an explosion of gas in the shaft of mine Ho 4 of the t e North Northern
i ern Improvement company it 12 45 oclock this afternoon Rescue rar rarities rarl raEties ¬
ities l ties entered the mine as soon on as possible lW sible and recovered several of the dead deadbodies deadbodies deadbodies
bodies and rescued several men who were more or le less injarad iJljm The mine minei
is on fire and the water supply is about exhausted
AVIATORS H FLY FLYAFTERSUNSET Y YAfTER
AfTER AFTERSUNSET AFTERSUNSETCurtiss SUNSET SUNSETCurtiss
Curtiss Finds Wind ireacher ireacherous reacherous
ous and Does Not Stay StayLong SlayLong StayLong
Long in Air AirNew AirNew AirNew
New York Oct 3 3In In a wind more moretreacherous moretreacherous moretreacherdi
treacherous than an aeroplane can well wellwithstand wellwithstand wellwithstand
withstand Glenn H Curtiss started out outto outto outto
to fly from Governors island In New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York harbor just after sunset this even evenng evening evenlag
lag ng At sea level it appeared that there theremd therehad therehad
had become a lull in the strong wind windut windbut
but ut when the aviator got into the air airhe airhe airhe
he found the breeee still fitful and aft after after after ¬
er a minute aloft during which the theaeroplane theaeroplane theaeroplane
aeroplane was tilted at dangerous an angles angles angles ¬
gles he came safely to the ground groundWilbur groundVII groundWilbur
Wilbur VII bur Wright whose contract re requires requires requires ¬
quires him to attempt nights when whenweather whenweatber whenweather
weather conditions permit up to Oct Octdid
9 did not appear on Governors island islandtoday islandtoday Islandtoday
today todayA
A hundred or more spectators saw sawCurtiss awCurtiss w wCurtiss
Curtiss attempt his flight The aero aeroplane aeroplane aeroplane ¬
plane sped along the ground for about
100 yards and then gracefully mounted mountednto mountedinto
into the air It flew evenly as a the avia aviator aviator avistor ¬
tor kept it headon to the wind windBut windBut windBut
But when he turned his rudder rudd < < to todescribe todescribe todescribe
describe a circle a puff of wind caught caughtthe
the machine and tilted it Righting it itquickly Itquickly Itquickly
quickly Curtiss shut off his motor and andglided andglided andgilded
glided to earth earthJohannisthal earthJohanolatbal earthJohannisthal
Johannisthal Germany Oct a IAvi IAviation 3Mdatlon Avi Aviition
ition week was ended today before a aarge alarge alarge
large crowd which was compensated compensatedfor
for the disappointment of the preced preceding precedJng preceding ¬
ing days by a sensational flight after aftersunset attersunset sftersunset
sunset by Humert Latham LathamAll
All day long Latham had been dogged doggedby
by misfortune ml lortune First his hi motor went wentwrong wentwrong wentwrong
wrong At length after three failures failuresic
be ic made an easy start two minutes aft after after t ter ¬
er sunset and although he reached a aheight aheight aheight
height officially estimated at 580 feet
20 feet higher than Rouglers record recordof
of yesterday he was disqualified disqualifiedLatham disqualifiedLatham disqualifiedLatham
Latham flew repeatedly around the thefield thefield thefield
field
known dead are areWilliam areWilliam areWililam
William ArundoU ArundoUDomlnick ArundoUDomtnlck ArundollDominick
Dominick Bartolero BartoleroDan BartoleroDan
Dan Hardy HardyPhillu HardyPhlllv HardyPhIlli
Phillu Pozarich PozarichTom PozarlchTom PozarichTom
Tom Marsolyn MarsolynJohn Mal8OlynJohn
John E Jones JonesCarl JoneCarl JonesCarl
Carl Berger gang PA PAAaron ban banAaron b bAaron
Aaron Isackson IsacksonThe IsacksonThe IsacksonThe
The fatally injured injuredOtis InjuredOtis injuredOtis
Otis Newhonae NewhonaeJames NewhoUlleJames NewhoueJames
James Gurrell GurrellJohn GurrellJohn GurrelLJohn
John X Jones engineer and father fatherof
of John E Jones JonesWhen JOIlWWhen Jonesthen
When the explosion exp1oelonoccUllUl occurred a rrlunn rrlunnof celumof
of fire was thrown hundreds of feet into intothe int intthe Iritthe
the air igniting the shaft plant and ad adjoining aljoining d djoining ¬
joining buildings Under the intn intnheat inttnbeat int n nheat
heat the hoist of the shaft crumbled a 1ni anifell < 1nifell > ni nifell
fell into the furnace below rimiid rimiidWere Cind liii 1 1were r rWere
Were blown in all directions and limp huildiop builtIngi limpings ¬
ings in various parts of the little mil iuiim iuiimtown iiuitown i 1 1tow
town took fire The citizens wer able abato ableto ableto
to extinguish these small fires anti th thRosiyn t thi thiRoslyn II IIRoslyn
Roslyn fire ftredepaltment department aided by jy jyparatus ap apparatus apparatus ¬
paratus and men sent from Clethui Clethuithree Cle Cleduuthree < 1 UllJ UllJthree
three miles away have conflmd cI iiia iiiablaze li iIo iIoblaze tJ tJblaze
blaze to the main buildings of the inn innThirty 111 i J JThirty
Thirty minutes after the explni explniwagons cxp1awagons
wagons began bringing injured men t tthe tthe tthe >
the emergency hospital ho pttal Many of in inmen l Liimen 1 1men
men who were not killed outright by bythe iythe < jy jythe
the explosion are burned beyond mu munition rtcgnitton re renition ¬
nition and can live but a few hours hounThe hoUlThe hoursThe
The mine in the neighborhood of the llmsnafe thAshafe theshafe
shafe is burning fiercely and flames arn arnshooting a ar arshooting rA rAshooting
shooting up from the shaft nearly nearl i 111J 111Jteet 1feet > io iofeet
feet into the air The electric pumps pumpswhich pumpwhich pumpswhich
which supply the town of Rosiyn with vitliwater withwate vjtjwater
water have been cut off and the watr watrApply wattrsupply v it r rsupply
supply in the city Is very nearl nearlhausted near nearly > ex exbaullted c chausted
hausted haustedIt
It is l reported that the shaft is caving cavingin
in and other explosions may occur at atany atany atany
any moment momentRescue momentReecue momentRescue
Rescue parties will be sent into the themine thlmine thtmine
mine proper from the slope connecting connectingwith conneelinwith
with the shaft as Boon as it is safe for formen furmen frmen
men to approach approachConfusion approachConfusion approachConfusion
Confusion Reigns ReignsThe ReignsThe
The scene in Rortjrn Immediately fol following 1f1T10wiBg fdlowing ¬
lowing the accident was one of wild con confusion ennfusion cnnfusion ¬
fusion Men women and children rubhr ruhf1trom rnhilfrom l lfrom
from their homes at the sound of ti tiexplosion tiJ tiJexplOli t texploahin
explosion > n and hurried to t the mine It Itwas Itwas Itwas
was not known how many workm worknWlwere > i iwere
were working in the shaft and poop IXnrlran pcoporan e eran
ran frantically about abo t searching for r rl r1 r1tives 1 t ttives 1tlves
tives in the crowd that gathered n l1far l1farthe nt > ir arthe irthe
the burning shaft It was ffrtunatthat foriunatthat fortunate fortunatethat
that the accident occurred on Sumi Sumiwhen Sunday Sundaywhen Suntlaywhen
when only the pump men and labnnr labnnrmaking lahofHJmaking lahortrmaking
making repairs in the mine were atwork at atwork atwork
work workHad workHad workHad
Had the explosion occurred on a work working working working ¬
ing day thelist the list of fatalities might ha habeen havo havobeen VA VAbeen
been as great as II that of the disast disastr disastrof r rof
of May 10 1902 when Rosiyn mine X i1 i1exploded i
2 exploded causing a loss of fifty 1U Jlw JlwNe 11veNearly c cNearly <
Nearly Ne rly 600 men are regularly emplojcl emplojclin
in mine No No4 No4The 4 4The 4The
The mine officials are unable to ex explain cxplain < x xplaln
plain the cause of the explosion explosionGeneral explo explosionGeneral fon fonGenira1
General Superintendent J F MenziPi MenziPiis
is seriously serious ill of typhoid fever hut hutwhen hutwhen hutwhen
when he learned of the disaster ho in insisted j n nsisted iisIsie1 ¬
sisted on taking charge of the rev reua reuawork ua uawork uework
work directing the operation of the thaworkers theworken theworkers
workers from the sick bed bedThe bedThe bedThe
The mines of the Northwestern Im Improvement Improvement Tmprovement ¬
provement company are the largest m mthe irlthe iiithe
the state and have a producing capacity capacityof
of 8000 tons They employ 2500 500 menThe menThe men menThe
The loss of shaft No No4 4 which va vaone W3one was wasone <
one of the biggest producers operati oJJratdb d dby
by b the company will materially affect affectthe affectthe affectthe
the coal lo l output of the state stateRosiyn stateRoslyn stateRoslyn
Roslyn is 100 miles east of Seattle
NEW TONNAGE E TAX TA LAW LAWMeasure LAWMeasure tAtIMeasure
Measure Effective Tomorrow Im Imposes Imposes Imposes ¬
poses Tax on All Vessels Prom PromNorth PromNorth FromNorth
North American Ports PortsWashington ForUWasbington PothWashington
Washington Oct 3 3The The tonnage tax taxprovisions taxprovisions taxprovisions
provisions of the new tariff will take ef effect effeet effeet ¬
feet next Tuesday sixty days after the theenactment theenactment theenactment
enactment of the law and the official officialestimate officialestimate officialestimate
estimate of the additional revenue from fromtonnage fromtonnage fromtonnage
tonnage is approximately 150000 i OOOO an annually annuaJly annually ¬
nually nuallyThe nuaJlyThe nuallyThe
The new law fixes the tonnage duty dut at atcents
2 cents a ton not to exceed 10 cents a aton aton aton
ton in any anyone one year to be imposed lmpo ed at ateach ateach ateach
each entry ent1 on all vessels ve els coming into intoany Intoan Intoany
any an port of the United States from any anyforeign anyforeign anyforeign
foreign place in North America Cen Central Central Central ¬
tral America the West Indies the Ba Bahama Bahama Bahams ¬
hama and Bermuda islands or the coast coastof
of South America bordering on the Ca Caribbean Caribbean Canlbbean ¬
ribbean aea or Newfoundland NewfoundlandA
A duty of 6 cents a ton not to ex exceed exceed exceed ¬
ceed 30 cents a ton in any anyone one year yearis
is to be imposed at each entry on all ailvessels allvessels allvessels
vessels entered in any port from any anyother anyother anyother
other foreign port
REVOLUTIONISTS ACTIVE ACTIVEWashington ACTIVEWuhlngton ACTIVEWashington
Washington Oct 3 Revolutionists Revolutionistsare st stare
are active in Paraguay according to a avlces a11 a11vices a1vices <
vices received at the state department departmenttoday departmtllttoday departmenttoday
today from Minister OBrien The whole wholerepublic wholerepublic whoerepublic
republic is inflamed
COMPLETE REVISICr REVISICrOF
OF F TAX METHODS IN STATMeeting STAT S1 STATkeleeting A T TMeet
Meeting Meet ng Will Be Held in Governors GovernorsOffice GovernorsOffice GovernorsOffice
Office to Consider Suggestions SuggestionsMade SuggestionsMade
Made at Louisville LouisvilleComplete
Complete revision in the tax methods of Utah will be discussed at a ameeting ameeting ameeting
meeting to be called in the near future by Governor William Spry to towhich towhich towhich
which will be asked men of prominence in the business world of the state stateGovernor stateGovernor stateGovernor
Governor Spry and others who have given the matter thfeir earnest at attention attention attention ¬
tention are firmly of the opinion that the tax laws in this state as in near nearly nearly nearly ¬
ly every other in the union are a good g od deal of a farce and should be bechanged bechanged bechanged
changed at once onceIt onceIt onceIt
It is for the purpose of discussing the MOlt feasible plan that the themeeting
meeting will be held in the office f ce of the governor
J J T Thomas secretary of the state stateboard stateboard statehoard
board of equalization who returned lat laatweek latweek lastweek
week with other members of the board boardafter boardafter boardafter
after attending the third annual Interna International International Internstional ¬
tional Conference on State and Local Loc l Tax Taxation Taxation Taxation ¬
ation held at Louisville Ky has taken takenthe takenthe takenthe
the matter up with the board b > ard and will willbe willb willbe
be b one of the men who will attend the themeeting themeeting themeeting
meeting Governor Spry has sent to the thesecretary tbesecretary thesecretary
secretary of the th association at Louisville Louisvillefor
for a complete report of the meeting meetingwhich meetingwhich meetingwhich
which will contain detailed reports of the thepapers thepapers thepapers
papers read and discussions dI5Cu sions by some of ofthe orthe ofthe
the most able tax experts In the world worldAt worldAt worldAt
At the meeting in Louisville were repre representatives representaUes representatives ¬
sentatives from many states and several severalprovinces severalprovinces severalprovinces
provinces In Canada The conference was wasby wasby wasby
by far the most important ever held by bythe bythe bythe
the association and is yearly reaching reachingout
out into new fields and bringing in promi prominent prominent prominent ¬
nent figures from other countries to dis discuss discuss diecuss ¬
cuss taxation matters mattersMr
Mr Thomas was named by the confer conference conference conferonce ¬
ence as member from Utah on the com committee committee cornmittee ¬
mittee on resolutions which appointed a asubcommittee asubcommlttcp asubcommittee
subcommittee of seven men to take up
the mattr if f corporation tix tlxtlon tlxtlonThe taxitlonThe itlon itlonThe
The rn propg prorit1on > P astl Un a was atta attakcd > kcd somewhat somewhatbut
but It was finally decided to lay the nut iratter mJtter nutter
ter before the convention of governors to
be held IA h Washington in January Janua a and andwhich adwhich i iwhich
which will be attended by Governor Si Spry SprOn SpryOn > r rOn <
On this subcommittee were some of th thablest thoable thablest > >
ablest able t men in the country recognized recognizedleaders recognizedleaden recognizedleaders
leaders In the discussion dl cu88lon of economic mat matters mdtten mattees ¬
ten They were Prof Charles J Bullock Bullocicof
of Harvard chairman L Lawson wson Purdy Purdchairman Purdychairman Purdychairman >
chairman of the board of taxation of N Nw Nwork > w wYork wYork
York ork city Colonel Lester represtnti represntig t i rig rigew g
New ew Hampshire Mr Haugham chairman chairmanof
of the board of equalization of Wisconsin WisconsinProfessor WisconsinProfessor sconsfn sconsfnProfeaor
Professor Arnett holding the chair of ofeconomics oteconomics ofeconomics
economics in the University of NorthCaollna North NorthCarolina ortll ortllCaroJtna
Carolina and J J Thomas secretary of ofth4 ort oftiLe
tiLe t state board of equalization of Utah UtahThe UtahThe UtahThe
The discussions of these men and others othersprominent othersiominent othersromlnent
prominent In the work will l he > e brought broughtbefore broughtbefore broughtbefore
before the meeting held in Governor GovernorSpryS GovernorSprys GovernorSprys
SpryS office w which hich will he 01 olliy ly the first firstof firstof firstof
of a series s of similar imila met meeting tn to be held heldon
on thte important matt matter r The governor governorhas IrOvernfbas
has taken nun much n intpi interest r in the matter matterand matterand matterand
and is of the tl1 > opu opiniiln OflfliIfl inn tli that it some scheme schemewill schemewill schemewill
will be b forthcoming wm whioh r will greatly greatlybenefit greatlybenefit greatlrbenefit
benefit t th > t stat statThe statThe statThe <
The probable outcome or the meeting meetingwill
will bo the appointment of a tax eommi eommiHn rommijn commisifl
sifl Hn hv 11 Governor Spry to inquire fn fntho IntI IntItho Irtho < >
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