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Vol InterMountain 15 No 10 SO Republican SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY OCTOBER 311909 31 1909 Price 5 Cents The TheVolsalt Bait Lake Herald
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IS CONFESSED CONffSSfOFormer
Former Inmate of County In Infirmary infinnary Infirmary ¬
firmary Who < Is Arrested Arrestedfor
for Registering Illegally IllegallySays IDegallySays IllegallySays
Says Police Forced Him HimPOLICE HimPOLICE HimPOLICE
POLICE REFUSE TO LET LETSHERIFF LETSHERIFF LETSHERIFF
SHERIFF SERVE WARRANT WARRANTPrisoner WARRANTPrisoner WARRANTPrisoner
Prisoner In City Jail in Pres Presence Presence Presence ¬
ence of Police Officer DecJan De Declares Declares ¬
clares s He Was Forced Forc d by byPatrolman byPa b Y YPatrolman
Patrolman Pa rolman to Perjure SelfINFORMATIONS Self SelfINFORMATIONS SelfINFORMA
INFORMATIONS INFORMA lONS ARE MADE MADEPrisoners MADEPrisoners MADEPrisoners
Prisoners in the city jail ail have been teenreleased beenreleased beenreleased
released by the police and given their theirfreedom theirfreedom theirfreedom
freedom as a reward for registering registeringillegally registeringIIegally registeringillegally
illegally as voters for the American Americanparty Americanparty Americanparty
party partyS
S M Barlow the alleged chief of ofpolice ofpolice ofpolice
police has assisted in the scheme for forparoling forparoling forparoling
paroling other prisoners who have havenot havenot havenot
not acquired the right to vote in inTTtah inUta11 inUtah
Utah so that they might register registerillegally registeriHegalJy registerihegally
illegally illegallyPositive ihegallyPositive I
Positive evidence of these illegal illegalfraudulent illegalfraudulent illegalfraudnlent
fraudulent and underhanded methods methodsly
ly which the American party hopes hopesto
to win the city election through the theprostitution t theprostitution e eprostitution
prostitution of the police department departmenthas
has been gathered in many cases and andcomplaints andcomplaints andcomplaints I
complaints have been made out in inseveral inseveral inseveral
several cases casesThe casesThe casesThe
The exact number of frauds perpetrated perpetratedby
by the pollee department in registering Il Illegal 11kgat Illegal ¬
legal voters in the Fiftyfourth district districtwill districtwill districtwill
will never be known inasmuch as inmost in inrunst Inrun
most run > > t of the cases C85 8 where names have been beenregistered beenrejstered beenregistered
registered illegally the names will be bevoted beoted bevoted
voted by others The Republican chal chalIitigers challngers chalb
b Iitigers ngera however will be ready to prevent pre prevent prent ¬
vent nt a few hundred thugs and vagrants vagrantsLltvrt vagrantsLlred
Lltvrt 1 rtt by b the American party from cast casting Cll8tIng castIng ¬
ing their votes Illegally and there will willb
b > vigorous prosecutions on the th felony felonyci
ci arses arsesorge argeaGorp argesi1orge
Gorp < orge Slade a former inmate of the
runty < mty infirmary who has been in the thecity th thcity thecity
city only a few weeks was brought to totiie totl totie
tie tl IE registry agent of the Fiftyfourth FtttYfo Fiftyfoudietret rfh dls dlstrot dlstrIt
trot by Policeman A M RUt and andforced andtclCed andScreed i
forced to register giving his address as asIS
13 Commercial l street Ue was arrested arrestedlast arreartedb8t arrestedlast
last night nl ht by b Deputy Sheriffs Jack Cor Cor1fs Carl CorIss
1fs l s and Richard BddlagtOR and lodged lodgedin l d d
in 11 the county UDty Jail en a warrant WBJT nt charg chargng ¬
ing ng him with illegal registration Slade Sladetvus SIadWIS Sladettas
tvus positively identified by the superintendent superin superintendent saperintend ¬
tendent tend nt of the t e Infirmary and evidence evidencet
to t insure his hi conviction Is s already at athnd athIJl athtd
hnd htdAnother hndAnother hIJlAnother
Another complaint was issued against againstR
R A Fibres Ft res an Inmate of the city jail jailwho jaUwho jailcrho
who Is serving a sentence of ninety days daysfer daYBtr daysfor
for vagrancy The warrant could not be berved bes
s rved inasmuch as Chief Barlow and andLiputenant andLlfutenant andLieutenant
Lieutenant Richard Shannon refused to toallow toa1low toallow
allow the deputy sheriffs to see the ptiar prts prtscr
cr r r in the jail This action again againai
ai 8 owed the contempt of the police offl offiCPrs offlerrs otflrs
errs rs for the law In protecting their hired hiredvoters hiredttrs hiredvoters
voters from prosecution prosecutionFlores prosecutionFlores prosecutionFlores
Flores Confesses ConfessesFred
Fred Prt < l C Loofbourow district dl tr1ct attorney attorneyHT
HT ard chairman of the Republican city com comriiti comtftiN comrttiee
riiti tftiN e called at the city Jail yesterday yesterdayeft
aft moon and in company with Lteuten Lieutenant
ant John Hempel visited Flores in his hisi
< i r 11 In the presence of the police lieu Iteut
t runt t nt Flores told how he was Induced Inducedv
v the police officer to perjure himself himselfli
li registering illegally illegallyFlires Uleg illegallyFlares ll llFlores
Flores has about sixty days to serve serveri
ri c his sentence for or vagrancy On last lastairdaj lastlI lastM
airdaj lI Idal he was visited by b Jailer Nick NickG NllkGJiloral1len
G GJiloral1len liiirai sen who asked him if he would wouldreaiv wouldTea
> Tea reaiv to register and vote Flores FloreatoM Florestoll < Iorestold
toM OK GI Giitranaen firansen that he had only been beenin
in itah tal snee last May Ma He said he was wastorn wast wasbtrn
torn t > urn in T xas of Mexican parentage and andfr andfTt andfirst
fr first t CUT e to Utah in 1907 After a few fewn fewrrnths
n rrnths r < Tiths moved to Denver where he her herr
r rr sin 1 until last May Ia returning to toSit toSIt toBat
Sit Ji Ltk k p lout five months ago Since Sincetil SincethTI Sincethen
til then ri h 1 i been working occasionally occasionallyc
c cr > n iailroud 1ailI lc < outside of Salt Lake until untilV unUlwar untiltiara
V war r p ted here about one month monthBO
BO II CO IT I t re iresence i of Lieutenant Hem Hemt H Hemt1 m mt
t t t1 1 FlTs FJ1 Fl s said he told Ute Jailer that thatlad thathid
1 had r in Utah only since last May Mayt Mayend ay ayrd
t end nd th i titer said It would be all right rightto
to t regl = r and no one would know he hev heis
v is s not titled to vote roteThe voteThe voteThe
The next day da Flores said a trusty trustyc
c me to him and told him to come on oner onr oner
er r end register re 18ter Then they left leftthe leftHe lefttie
the police station under survellance of ofi ofitrolman
i atrolman J Clouxh and Rhodes and andv andllt
v i r nt to the registration agent where whereT whereTlies
T Tlies iies I es under the eye of the police policemen pollctm policemen ¬
men m n swore that he had been a resident residentof
of ttah for more than one year and andpr ande
pr e 1 the precinct for sixty days and gave gaveIts
Its 1 is address as 15 Commercial street streett I It
t Vmerican house housen
n the same day Earl C Clark who whoI
I known as R A Lawson was rele rele re rele
le set eci d from the city Jail where he hev beserving
v s serving a term for some petty pettyofiise pettyo
ofiise 0 fise and brought to the reglstra repistraagent reglstrati
ti t 11 agent Clark registered and then
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Little Harry McDonald of St StDoesnt puis ZonisDoesnt puisDoesnt
Doesnt Know Difference Be Between Between Between ¬
tween Right and Wrong WrongSt
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St Louis Oct 30 Eightyearold 30ElgbtyearoldHarry EightyearoldHarry
Harry McDonald who tried to burn the theSt theSt theSt i
St Louis county Jail at Claryton Clary Ciarytonafter Ciarytonafterhe ton after afterhe afterhe
he had stolen a horse and buggy driven drivensixteen drivensixteen drivensixteen
sixteen miles into the country put the thehorse thehorse thehorse
horse in a stable and burned both the thebarn thebarn thebarn
barn and the beast was released rele sed today todayon to ay ayon
on a bond of 200 OO signed by his mother motherMrs motherMrs motherMrs
Mrs Mary McDonald McDonaldThe McDonaldThe
The mother told Circuit Judge Wur Wurdeman Wurdeman Wurdeman
deman that the boy had taken the rig rigmerely rigmerely rigmerely
merely to get away from a doctor who whooperated whooperated whooperated
operated on him recently for adenoids adenoidsAlienists adenoidsAlienists adenoidsAlienlss
Alienists have recommended the re removal removal Femoral ¬
moval of adenoids from the nasal pas passage p pssageof s ssage ¬
sage sageof of children as tending toward both bothmoral bothmonil bothmoral
moral and physical Improvement It is isheld Isheld isheld
held also that such an operation de develops develops develops ¬
velops the mental aptitude of school schoolchildren schoolchildren schoolchildren
children childrenMrs childrenMrs childrenMrs
Mrs McDonald said sal Harry was ope operated operated operated ¬
rated upon recently and has entertained enter entertained entertained ¬
tained a childish fear of the physician physicianShe
She said her son does oes not know the dif difference difterence difference ¬
ference between right and wrong and andis andIs andis
is not responsible for what he has hasdone hasdone hasdone
done doneHarry doneHarry doneHarry
Harry will appear next Friday before beforeJudge betortJudge beforeJudge
Judge Wurdeman In the juvenile court
MAN FOUND DEAD BY BYTHE BYTHE BYTHE
THE TRACK NEAR RENO RENOReno
Reno Nev Oct 30 30WIth With his head headcrushed headcrushed headcrushed
crushed In at the top and his right arm armbroken armbroken armbroken
broken G W Hyde of Nevada City CityCaL CityCaL CityCal
CaL was found dead by the railroad railroadtrack railroadtrack railroadtrack
track eighteen miles east of Reno this thismorning thismorning thismorning
morning Hyde was Identified by cards cardsand cardsand cardsand
and a lodge receipt showing him to be bea bea
a member in good standing of the Ne Nevada Nevada Nevada ¬
vada City Knights of Pythias He had hadno hadno hadno
no money or any articles in his pockets pocketswhen pocketswhen pocketswhen
when found The body Is being held In InReno InReno inReno
Reno
TH THEATRE BURNED BURNEDPhiladelphia BURNEDPhiladelphia BURNEDPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Oct 30 30F1re Fire today todaypractically todaypractically todaypractically
practically destroyed the Peoples the theatre theatre theatre ¬
atre building at Kensington avenue and andCumberland andCumberland andCumberland
Cumberland street The building was wasoccupied wasoccupied wasoccupied
occupied by the Textile National bank
other business concerns The loss lossis lossIa lossis
is estimated esti rated at 350000 Z
PEOPLE WILL BE ASKED TO TOVOTE TOVOTE TOVOTE
VOTE FOR BIG BOND ISSUE ISSUEA ISSUESpecial
A Special Election action Will a Be e Held e to toDecide toDecide toDecIde
Decide Question of Building BuildingHigh BuildingHigh BuildingHigh
High School
Property owners of Salt Lake will be given an opportunity to express expressthemselves expressthemselves expressthemselves
themselves for or against a new high school building at a special election electionto
to be held probably on Wednesday December 15 to issue 500000 in inbonds inbonds hlbonds
bonds for the purchase of property and erection of one of the finest high highschool highschool
school buildings in the west westThis westThis westThis
This was practically decided at a meeting of the school schoollaw3 laws eommittee commit committee mmit mmittee ¬
tee of the city board of education at a meeting held yesterday afternoon afternoonin
in the board of education rooms in the city and county building Archi Archii Architect Architect
i tect R Kletting is now working on plans for the proposed building buildingsvhich buildingj buildingvhich
j which in itself will cost nearly 400000 400000At
At the meeting yesterday President Presidentfames PresidentJames PresidentTames important factors in laying tho th founda foundation foundation foundation ¬
James T Hammond and Mathonlhah Mathonlhahthomas MathonihahThomas Iathonhahhom3s tion for the bond Issue election and will willprobably willprobably willprobably
thomas hom3s were appointed as a subcom aubcominittee subcomtnlttee subcomntttee probably be passed by the board when whenpresented whenpresented whenpresented
presented presentedAll
inittee to prepare suitable resolutions to tobe tobe tobe All of the th members of the committee committeeContinued committeeContlnu committeeContinued
be presented to the board at Its next noxtfaceting nextOwing I IIDeeting
faceting to be held on Nov 9 These 1 1telloluUons
resolutions Resolutions are > merely preliminary but I Continued d on Page 2 2h
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OLL YWlLL WILL 60 Tl TfTHE
THE COLONIAL AGAIN A AGAINWill lIN lINWill
Will Wear No Disguise and andWill andWill andWill
Will Stand in Spotlight Spotlighton
on the Stage StageDespairing StageDespairing StageDespairing
Despairing of being captured without showing herself herselfagain herselfagain herselfagain
again undisguisedlVliss undisguised Miss Dolly Dimples will visit the Colonial Colonialtheatre Colo Colonialtheatre l it1 it1theatre
theatre on Monday night she will go upon the stage the thespotlight thespotlight thespotlight
spotlight will be thrown upon her and she will address the theaudience theaudience theaudience
audience Miss Dimples will not wear any disguise upon uponthis uponthis uponthis
this occasion
BY DOLLY DIMPLES
My y dear Salt Lakers what is the thematter thematter thematter
matter Why dont dontyou you capture me meAfter meAfter meAfter
After last night when I appeared appearedamong appearedamong appearedamong
among you ou so slightly disguised I Ihave 1have Ihave
have come cometo to the conclusion that I will willnever willnever willnever
never be apprehended so I have hit hitupon hitupon hitupon
upon a plan which I think will mate materially materially materially ¬
rially aid you in your search searchMr searchIr searchMr
Mr Ir Grant the genial and charming charmingmanager charmingmanager charmingmanager
manager of the Colonial has kindly kindlyextended kindlyextended kindlyextended
extended me an invitation to appear at athlg athis athis
his theatre Monday night and I have havegladly havegladly havegladly
gladly accepted his courteous offer I Iwill 1will Iwill
will see that greatest of all musical musicalshows musicalshows musicalshows
shows The Sunny Side Broadway ofBroadwayand of Broadwayand
and Salt Lake folks will have a chance chanceto
to study my features since I am afraid afraidthey atraldthey afraidthey
they will never penetrate my disguises disguiseswithout disguIseswithout disguiseswithout
without having some Idea of my per personal personal personal ¬
sonal appearance and my mannerisms
Chance for Good Clue ClueI
I feel that this will be giving partici participants partlclpants participants ¬
pants a very much better clue to my myidentity myIdentlt myidentity
identity than the publication of mere merephotographs merophotographs merephotographs
photographs for I maintain that it is isImpossible IsImpossible isimpossible
Impossible to recognize any anyone anyonethrough one onethrough onethrough
through the medium of a photograph photographalone
alone One has a thousand different ex expressions expressions expressions ¬
pressions and the artist can snap only onlyone onlyone onlyone
one to each photograph photographI
I want all Salt Lakers to take a good goodlook goodlook goodlook
look at me so they will be able to dis discern discern discern ¬
cern my features through any disguise disguiseI
I will wear no disguise and I will ad address address address ¬
dress the audience This will acquaint acquaintyou acquaintyou
you yo with my mannerisms and voice We Wowho Wewho Wewho
who have been trained for the profes profession profession profession ¬
sion of the detective always carefully carefullyobserve carefullyobserve carefullyobserve
observe a persons mannerisms the thevoice thevolco thevoice
voice and the carriage An assumed assumedgait assumedgait assumedgait
gait never did deceive me though I 1myself Imyself Imyself
myself am obliged to adopt a different differentcarriage differentcarriage differentcarriage
carriage and manner of conducting my myself m mself myself ¬
self with each disguise I assume assumeWhen assumeWhen assumeWhen
When I Impersonate a character I use usea
a walk an expression of countenance countenanceand
and clothes consistent with that representation repre representation representation ¬
sentation and it is probably for that thatreason thatreason thatreason
reason that people cannot apprehend apprehendme
me meAt
At the Colonial Monday night I will willjust willjust willjust
just be my natural self and I want you youall youall youall
all to arm yourselves with a clue which whichyou whichyou whichyou
you think will lead to my capture captureI
1 love Salt Lake City and would like liketo liketo liketo
to live here permanently Indeed I am amthinking nmthinking amthinking
thinking very seriously of doing so soYesterday soYesterday soYesterday
Yesterday I looked at some real estate estatehero estatehero estatehere
hero which I think I will purchase and andstarted andstarted andstarted
started an account In a local bank bankBefore bankBetore bankBefore
Before deciding upon a bank in which whichto
to deposit my money I made very care careful carerul careful ¬
ful Investigations for a couple of days daysas
as to which was the most reliable and andtrustworthy andtrustworthy andtrustworthy
trustworthy bank to patronize patronizeNumerous patronizeNumerous patronizeNumerous
Numerous Inquiries of some of Salt SaltLakes SaltLakesmost SaltLakes
Lakes Lakesmost most prominent citizens re revealed revealed revealed ¬
vealed tho fact that the bank whichY which
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has a great number of depositors and andmost andmost
most reliable directors as well as a alarge alarge alarge
large business Is the National Bank of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Republic RepublicThe
The directors of this bank I learned learnedare
are selected from the most successful successfuland
and prominent men In the state and andare andare andare
are gentlemen of absolute integrity All Allagreed Allagreed
agreed that the National Bank of the theRepublic theRepublic theRepublic
Republic is one one of Salt Lakes leading leadingfinancial leadingfinancial leadingfinancial
financial institutions institutionsSo
So yesterday I determined to visit the thebank thebank thebank
bank and learn what I could for my myself m mself myself ¬
self I entered the handsome interior interiorof
of the bank with some trepidation but butthe butthe butthe
the courtesy with which I was met soon soonmade soonmade soonmade
made me feel entirely at case caseTo caseTo aseTo
To any anyone one who feels as I did I want wantto
to offer reassurance as to the National NationalBank NationalBank NationalBank
Bank of the Republic You will be betreated b btreated betreated
treated with as much courtesy were you ou
to deposit 25 as though you intended intendedto
to deposit 25000 Uniform courtesy Is Isshown Isshown isshown
shown to ail which is an excellent fun fundamental fundam fundamental ¬
I damental dam ental principle principleMy
My goodness I never saw such a abusy abusy abusy
busy place I do believe that tho in interior Interior intenor ¬
terior of that bank contained every
known business type I was suddenly suddenlyseized suddenlyseized suddenlyseized
seized with a great desire to be a part partof partof partof
of all this activity so I resolved to take takethe takethe takethe
the first step stepAs stepAs stepAs
As I did not understand anything anythingabout anythingabout anythingabout
about the starting of an account I was wasobliged wasobliged wasobliged
obliged to make numerous Inquiries InquiriesEverybody InquiriesEyerybody inquiriesEverybody
Everybody was so kind and obliging
that I had no difficulty In learning all allabout allabout allabout
about it
Visits President Knox KnoxIn
In Inquired for Mr ICnox the presi president president prosdent ¬
dent and manager of tho bank and then thensuffered thensutfered thensuffered
suffered qualms of fear lest he would wouldthink wopldthink wouldthink
think me very presumptuous He was wasperfectly wasperfectly wasperfectly
perfectly charming Although he must musthave musthave musthave
have been very busy he was willing to tospare tospare tospare
spare me enough time to fully explain explainthe
the system 8 stem used by this bank and I Ifound Ifound Ifound
found that what had always puzzled and andbewildered andbpwlldered andbewildered
bewildered me so was upon explanation explanationreal explanationreal
real simple I have always entrusted my
banking to relatives up till now because becauseI
I fancied that it was a dreadfully In Intricate IntrIcate intricate ¬
tricate puzzle PUz7 to have to look after such sucha
a matter oneself It is not Now that I Iunderstand IundeTstand Iunderstand
understand It I consider it a real pleas pleasure pleasure
ure to look after my own interests interestsThe InterestsThe interestsThe
The bank la spacious and beautiful One Onestifles Onestlle Onestifles
stifles n cry of delight upon entering
the place as soon as ones onoseyes eyes light lightupon lightupon lightupon
upon the handsome Intedor decorations decorationsThe
The woodwork Is all of imported San
Domingo mahogany and a beautiful im imported Imported imported ¬
ported marble is used uS d each setting off offto ortto offto
to advantage the beauty of the other
This beautiful marble comes from Greece Greeceand Greeceand Greeceand
and is worth n a trip townwards to see
Tharo are diagonal stripes of alternate
bronze and black and the whole wh ile is spot ¬
ted and streaked with the whitest quartz quartzContinued quartzContinued quartzContinued
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BOARDING BOARDINGSCHOOL SCHOOL BlAZE BlAZEOhildren
Children Dressed In Cotton to Repre Represent Represent Represent ¬
sent Snow SnowLantern Lantern Tipped TippedOver TippedOver TippedOver
Over With Usual Result ResultKansas ResultKansas ResultKansas
Kansas City Oct 30 30Amfdst Amidst smiling smilingjackolanterns smlUngjackolanterns smilingjackolanterns
jackolanterns and while making mer merriment merriment merriment ¬
riment for the audience during a Hal Halloween Halloween Halloween ¬
loween entertainment at Loretto aca academy academy academy ¬
demy a Catholic school for girls here herelast herelast herelast
last night Miss Virginia Owen and andMiss andUIIS andMiss
Miss Mamie Tiernan student actors actorswere actorswere actorswere
were so severely burned that they died diedfrom diedfrom diedfrom
from their injuries today Miss Mary MaryHaley MaryMaley MaryMaley
Maley was severely burned while en endeavoring endeavoring endeavoring ¬
deavoring to save ve her schoolmates A Apanic Apanic Apanic
panic was only averted by the coolness coolnessof
of the mother superior and several sisters sis sisters slsters ¬
ters Small girl actors wore light Eski Eskimo Eskimo Eskimo ¬
mo costumes covered with cotton to torepresent torepresent torepresent
represent snow while the stage was wasset wasset wasset
set with much cotton tinsel to portray portraythe portrathe
the discovery of the north pole A Aminiature AmIniature Aminiature
miniature globe stood in the center of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the stage and around it were grouped groupedthe
the actors each dressed to represent an anEskimo anEskimo anEskimo
Eskimo EskimoAfter EskimoAfter EskimoAfter
After the tableau had started Miss MissOwen MissOwen MissOwen
Owen tripped over a Jackolantern Jackolanternand
and In a second the flames fiam had commu communicated communicated communicated ¬
nicated to the other girls and decora decorations decorations decorations ¬
tions tionsThe tionsThe tionsThe I
The fire was extinguished before the thefire thefire thefire
fire department arrived
I HE lED WOMAN ASTRAY ASTRAYSan
I San Francisco Man Under Arrest on onCharge onCharge onOharge
Charge of Engaging in White WhiteSlave WhiteSlave WhiteSlave
Slave Traffic TrafficSan
San Francisco Oct 80 80Julos Jules Tous Toussaint Toussaint Toussaint
saint proprietor of a restaurant in this thiscity thiscity thiscity
city was arrested today by Immigra Immigration ¬
tion Inspector De La Torre on a charge chargeof
of importing girls Into the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States for immoral purposes He is ischarged Ischarged ischarged
charged with having imported Hen Henrlette HenrIette Henriette
1
rIette Perrin French a woman whom whomhe
he met in London three years agoAccording ago agoAccording agoAccording
According to the federal immigration immigrationauthorities Immigrationauthorities immigrationauthorities
authorities in Washington on whose whosecomplaint whosecomplaint whosecomplaint i
complaint Toussaint was arrested the theaccused theaccused theaccused
accused man induced the girl to come cometo cometo cometo
to this country on promise of marriage marriageTorre marrIageTorre marriageTorre
Torre declared that the arrest was wasthe wasthe wasthe
the opening gun in a widespread war to tostamp tostamp tostamp
stamp out the white slave traffic In this thiscountry thiscountry thiscountry
country
ESCAPED INSTANT DEATH DEATHClothing
Clothing of Painter Who Fell From IxomScaffolding FromScaffolding FromScaffolding
Scaffolding High in Air Caught Caughtby
by Grappling Hook HookNew HookNew HookNew
New York Oct 80 80qecked Checked In his hisfall histaU itsfall
fall from a scaffolding off which a fel fellow tellow fellow ¬
low worker had Just pitched to death deathon
on the stone abuttment of the Wil Willlamsburg WlllIamsburg W4liamsburg
lIamsburg bridge 150 feet below James JamesDonahue JamesDonahue JamesDonahue
Donahue a painter today in the sight sightof
of thousands hung suspended from a agrappling agrappling agrappling
grappling hook at the end of a long longrope longrope longrope
rope which had caught in his clothing clothingad
ad he fell fellHead fellHead fellHead
Head downward Donahue swung in inmidair Inmidair inmidair
midair until persons on the bridge bridgestructure bridgestructure bridgestructure
structure above swung another rope to tohim tohim tohim
him He grappled it pulled himselfhead himselfhead himself himselfhead
head uppermost and nd then was drawn to tosafety tosafety tosafety
safety safetyOwen safetyOwen safetyOwen
Owen FInnegan a painter was w a tho thoman thoman theman
man killed
DR L L C WHITE WHITENashville WHITENashvUle WHITENashville
Nashville Tenn Oct 30 BODr Dr I L C CWhite CWhite CWhite
White one of the most widely known knownmen knownmen knownmen
men In the south and for twentytwo twentytwoyears
years supreme keeper k per of records and andseals andseals andseals
seals of the supreme lodge Knights of ofPythias otPythlas ofPythias
Pythias died at his home In this city
today aged 65
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BIG BIGMARGIN BIGMARGINRepublican MARGIN MARGINRepublican
Republican Candidate Candid to for forMayor forMayor forMayor
Mayor of New York Satis Satisfied Satisfied Satisfied ¬
fied a Majority of People PeopleWill PeopleWill PeopleWin
Will Vote for Him Tuesday TuesdayTAMMANY TuosdayTAMMANY TuesdayTAMMANY
TAMMANY LEADER LEAD R ALSO ALSOCLAIMS ALSOCLAIMS ALSOCLAIMS
CLAIMS SURE VICTORY VICTORYHearst VICTORYHearst VICTORYHearst
Hearst Managers Say They TheyAre TheyAre TheyAre
Are Confident Their Man ManWill ManWill ManWill
Will Have 100000 100 OOO Plurality
When the Votes Are Counted CountedPHILADELPHIA CountedPHilADELPHIA CountedPHILADELPHIA
PHILADELPHIA CAMPAIGN CAMPAIGNNew
New York Oct 30 30The The triangu triangular tri ngn ngn1ar ¬
lar campaign for mayor of Greater GreaterNew GreatorNew GreaterNew
New York saw the beginning of its itsend itsend itsend
end tonight in an almost final burst burstof
of oratory and red fire with the thebosses thebosses thebosses
bosses and managers claiming every everything everything everything ¬
thing in sight Voters will cast their theirballot theirballot theirballot
ballot on Tuesday TuesdayWe
We shall carry every borough and andelect andelect andelect
elect practically every officer of importance import importance Importance ¬
ance was the claim of Charles F Mull Murphy Mullphy Iurphy ¬
phy Tammany leader Gaynor wUl get getmore cetmore getmore
more votes than Bannard and Hearst put puttogether putto puttogether
together to ether Hearst will run second secondOtto secondOtto secondOtto
Otto T Bannard Republican nominee nomineesaid nomineeSaid nomineesaid
said that conservative con ervatle estimates by Re Republican RepUblican Republican ¬
publican leaders showed he would de defeat defeat defeat ¬
feat Gaynor by from 40003 to 68000 and andwould andould andwould
would ould outrun Hearst by b more ahan 100
000 000The
The Hearst managers aId that Hearst Hearstwould Heamwould Hearstwould
would receive 270000 votes Indicating a aplurality aplurality aplurality
plurality of about 100000 100000Hearst 100000Hearst 100000Hearst
Hearst was the only one of the trio who whodid whodid whodid
did not speak tonight Gaynor Ga nor spoke at atan atan atan
an uptown riding academy and Bannard Bannarddelivered BtUIDUddelivered Bannarddelivered
delivered six speeches the principal one oneof oneot oneof
of which was at Cooper Union UnionJudge UnionJudge UnionJudge
Judge Gaynor will bold his final meet meeting meetIn8 meettrig ¬
trig on Monday night in Harlem Hearst Hearstwill Hearstwill Hearstwill
will close his campaign at Madison Square SquareGarden SquareGarden SquareGarden
Garden tomorrow night
Philadelphia Campaign CampaignPhiladelphia CampaignPhiladelphia CampaignPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Oct SO SGThe The political cam campalgn campaign carnpaign
paign In Pennsylvania ended tonight In InPhiladelphia InPhiladelphia InPhiladelphia
Philadelphia an Interesting Intere lng fight was waswaged waswageII waswaged
waged by the reform element under the thetitle thetitle thetitle
title of the William Penn party to break breakthe breakthe breakthe
the power of the local Republican organi organization orpnlatlon organization ¬
zation The chief candidates are Samuel SamuelP
P Rotan Republican for district attor attorney attorney attorney ¬
ney and T Clarence Glbboney Glbboneywbo who heads headsthe headsthe headsthe
the William Penn party and Democratic Democratictickets Democratictickets Democratictickets
tickets
MORE TRUE TRUEBILLS BillS FOUND FOUNDOfficers
Officers of the Oregon Trust Sav Savings Savaings v vings ¬
ings Bank Indicted on Addi Addiditional Addiditional Addiditional
ditional Counts CountsPortland CountsPortland CountsPortland
Portland Ore Oct 80 80The The grand grandJury grandjury grandjury
Jury which has been be n investigating theaffairs the theaffairs tlt tltaffairs
affairs of the Oregon Trust 8 SavinzT SavinzTbank SaViD SaViDbank Savingfbank
bank which closed its doors two yeaN yeareago yeaNago yearsago
ago returned Indictments today against againstWalter agalutWalter againstWalter
Walter H Mqore president W Cooper CooperMorris CooperMorris CooperMorris
Morris cashier and E E Lytle Leo LeoFriede LeoFriede LeoFriede
Friede and Henry A Moore directors directorsBach directorsEach directorsEach
Each is indicted on six counts for forhaving torhaving forhaving
having accepted deposits after he knew knewthe knewthe knewthe
the bank was insolvent W H Moore Mooreand Mooreand Mooreand
and W V Cooper Morris are Indicted on onadditional onadditional onadditional
additional counts charging embezzlement embezzle embezzlement embezzlement ¬
ment mentThe mentThe mentThe
The five men were arrested on Wed Wednesday Wednesday Wednesday ¬
nesday of this week on the recommen recommendation recommendation recommendation ¬
dation of the grand Jury charged with withhaving wIthhaving withhaving
having received deposits after they theywere thd thdwere theywere
were aware of the unstable condition of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the bank
SUSPENDED SUSPCNDEDITHOUT SUSPCNDEDITHOUTActing WITHOUT PAY PAYActing
Acting Superintendent of Coast and andGeodetic andGeodetic andGeodetic
Geodetic Survey Charged With WithIrregularities WithhTegnlarities WithIrregularities
Irregularities IrregularitiesWashington hTegnlaritiesWashington IrregularitiesWashington
Washington Oct SO 80Frank Frank Walley WalleyPerkins WalleyPerkins WalleyPerkins
Perkins acting superintendent of the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States coast and geodetic sur survey survey stirvey ¬
vey was today suspended without pay payand pIlJand payand
and John J Gilbert Inspector of hy ¬
drography and topography reduced reducedfrom reducedfrom reducedfrom
from 3000 to 2000 a year as 8 the result resultof
of charges of administrative irregulari irregularities ¬
ties The action was taken by Acting
Secretary of Commerce and Labor Mc McHarg MeHarg McHarg
Harg Their cases will be passed pa ed upon uponlater uponlater uponlater
later by Secretary Nagel now in the thewest thewest thewest
westJust west westJust
Just on the eve of his retirement from fromoffice tromoffice fromoffice
office Mr McHarg took action on the thecharges thecharges thecharges
charges against the two officials officialsPerkins omclalaPerkins officialsPerkins
Perkins was at the head of otthe the surveywhile survey surveywhile urveywhile
while Dr O H TIttman the director directorwas
was In Europe The charges Acting I
Secretary Secreta McHarg said today do not notin notIn notin
in any way wa affect Dr TIttman
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SAY A WORD WORDTopographer
Topographer Who Was With WithMt WithMt WithMt
Mt McKinley Expedition ExpeditionMakes ExpeditionMakes ExpeditionMakes
Makes Statement nt Which De Depends Depends Doendson ¬
pends P endson on Barrills B rrils Affidavit AffidavitSUMMIT AffidYiSUMMIT Af fildavitSUMMIT
SUMMIT NOT REACHED REACHEDTHIS REACHEDTHIS REACHEDTHIS
THIS MAN CONCLUDES CONCLUDESPicture CONCLUDESPicture CONCLUDESPicture
Picture of the Guide Waving Wavingthe Wa Wathe
the Rag F1agTakeo Taken at a Distance aDistanceOf Distanceof =
of Twenty T wanty Miles From the theTop theTop thelop
Top of the Continent ContinentDR
DR COOK AT HELENA MONT MONTPortland MONTPortlaDcl MONTPortland
Portland Me X > Got WIa a ajnteA ajnteAstatement afpelatatemeDt stgaeelstatement
statement given to the Anociatod Fr Frees PrN8t0da7 Freestoday M Mtoday <
today Russell W Porter topographer PMr PMrtbe oa oathe
the Mt McKInley expedition of Dr Fred Prederlck Fredcrick rd rderick x
erick A Cook declare that It It ta true trtwthat truethat truethat
that one of the photographs in Dr Oeoka
book was taken on the evening vellin of the day
the doctor reached what Was knows as asCamp asCamp
J G
Camp No 6 t the photograph cannot CDD t bOne M Mone b bone
one of the summit of Mt McKlnle McKlnlePorter McKinley
Porter In his statement tells of cl going
to Alaska in the spring of 1 1t OOO < < XJ as a sure IIU IIUveyor sur surveyor ¬
veyor e y or When Dr Cu Cook land and n BaIT B Banill Banillthe a rri U Uthe nthe
the trip on which Cook says he hethe h roaeked roaekedthe MI MIthe
the top of Mt McKinley Porter Porterbehind rm rcnrsMed rcnrsMedbehind e4 e4behind
behind to do some mapping
The doctor and Banill reappeared with withthe withthe witttthe
the account of the ascent of Mt t Mo MoKinley KoKinley MoKlnley
Kinley KinleyAt
At that time Mr Porters statement statramitcontinues statementcontinues tat tatcontinues
continues I had no reason to dock dovvtthe do dobe
the statements that have since be bee ileICrlbed to itescribed toscribed
scribed in the doctors book To th ± Topof 1opof Top popof
of the Continent ContinentIn
In the published affidavit of Harrffl
he states that the th < p potogr potogrtph otogr iph opposite oppositepage oppoaltapace oppositepage
page 19 192 in Dr looks book b ok was taken takenon
on the evening of ie t eame day da tint
he took him with the flag at what he heclaims beclaim h hclaims
claims as the top of Mount McKiniey McKinieyand M McKI111 McKI111and Klniey Klnieyand
and was taken tak n at imp No 6 ToW Thiscamp Ttiiacamp ToWcamp
camp was only tliro thr or four miles fr rm rmone rotnone ia iaone
one of my surveying survey n > stations a local locality 10c1Ity localIty ¬
ity Ity which I recognized distinctly e eIt
HIt It is at about a l 3000foot rontosv rontosvand lontGUaDd ontorand
and Is some twenty miles from fr to Ute thesummit thssummit Utesummit
summit according to my topc1raf top topcgrnrhlaal topcgrnrhlaalmsps grarhsal grarhsalmaps hleal hlealmaps
maps purchased by the government governmentIf goyrnwonIt
If it is i true that the phctograpba phctograpbaaleBed ptj photogra photograsigned togra tograsigned
signed The Top of our Continent Contlnentakea was wastaken wastaken
taken
taken the evening ever > ing of the day they made madethis t1NWIethl reedsthis
this thl camp ca J this photograph cannot be bethe bsthe b bthe
the summit of Mount McKinley McKlnleyCook McKinleyCook McKinleyCook
Cook In Montana MontanaHelena MontanaBoleDA
1 1Helena
Helena Mont Oat SO IOBeere IOBeereaudleac Befere an anaudience anaudtean
audience that taxed the seating tI ag cape capacity capecity pa pacity ¬
city of the Auditorium Dr Frederick FrederickA
A A Cook CO J the famous Arctic explorer explorerdelivered explorerdeUvereo explorerdelivered
delivered his lecture tonight on the thetrip thetrip thetrip
trip to the north pole Dr Cook came eometo eamto cameto
to Helena upon the solicitation of f a acommittee acommittee acommittee
committee representing the Helena HelenaCivic HelellaCivic HelenaCivic
Civic club He delivered caellve be U > ea44re a awithout a awithout p
without cost to the club and was wasgreeted wallreeted weegreeted
greeted with enthusiasm m as he told of ofthe ortbe ofthe
the hardships and privations which whichhe
he and his two KskUno JD > ltlJDO companions endured en endured endured ¬
dured
TAfT VISITS ViSITSNE NEW ORlEANS ORlEANSBusy
s
Busy Day During Which tho Pry President lrecidont Prydent ¬
dent Found Time to Attend Tw TwFootball TwePoothall TwoFootball
Football Games GamesNew GamesNew GainesNew
New Orleans Oct 90 IOPrMhIeat President Tall Tallarrived Ts all allarrived t tarrived
arrived ID New Orleans today t te resew resewmany r rmany unr unrmany
many old acquaintance and t te enjoy enjoytwo M1OVtwo njoytwo
two days of the hospitality wh whtoh ub h hdeclared be bedecland htdeclared
declared a I few days ago he b9Ua bstJtlonged b b9Ualonged U Ulonged
longed for and feared From the tbement mo moment s smeat ¬
ment of his arrival at t 1210 12 p nu thePresident the thePresident 11MPresident
President waa kept on the go until untUmidnight pat patmidnight restmidnight
midnight tonight President Taft end eeadred ended en4eel ¬
ed his river trip with an address beta bferethe betathe N Nthe
the Waterways convent oonventlon Ion this after afternoon at atnoon afternoon ¬
noon in which be reiterated that be fay fayvore fa favors favora ¬
vors the issuance of bonds to carry oaT oaTward foe fosward foeward
ward every deep waterway wate project projectwhich projMtwhIcb proeetwhich
which shall be approved by a oemp oemptent cem cemtent oetnptent
tent board of engineers as practtoabi practtoabiand ll lland
and can be shown to be necessary nece necetake to totake t ttake
take care of growing commerce commerceThis oomm oommThi oommreeThis
This address concluded the Fr Pn Pnbecame Prsstdet Prsstdetbecame t6esK t6esKbecame
became the guest of the city oIt7lunched H Hlunched A1s A1slunched
lunched with Archbishop Archbl hop Bleak at tAt tafhitters tAtlatters t ttatters
hitters palace attended two footfcafl footfcaflgames footMJtgame Iootbsfgames
games had a dinner given in his bf honor honorat boa boaat
at the Pickwick club tonight and ad went wentdirectly wentdirectly wentdirectly
directly from there to a gala perform performance perf perfanoe ¬
canoe of Lee Huguenots at the French Frenchopera Jr Frenoltopera lMlk lMlkopera
opera house A little rapper at a fa famous famoua famow ¬
mow French restaurant after the thebroubt epem epembrought erer4brought
brought the chief executives day to wol toalas tt ttclose
close ol 5e
ARTHUR M FUNSTON FUNSTONOakland FUNSTONokIIId FUNSTONOakland
Oakland CaL Oct 1OArUuK Arthur M MArthur 1 1Arthur > > w wArtbtu
Arthur Funston the 8yearoU BOB of ofGeneral ofGeneral el el1unstoq
General Frederick Funston Fun toa died today todayat toda todaat y
at the home of his grandfather Otto OttoBiankart OttoBlankart OttoBlaaksrt
Biankart of heart trouble Mrs P Strtnoon Man Mansion n n8ton ¬
noon mother of oftbe the boy left far Kan Kansae Kansas ¬
sas City only three days age to jets Jetaher jeQber jetsher
her husband x
THREE YEARS IN PRISON PRISONVancouver PRISONVancouver PRISONVancouver
B C Oct 10 OJ J
Vancouver WStanton WStanton W WStanton
E Eswindled
Stanton who was convicted et f having havingswindled baYiDIwtndled
swindled Lars Olsen of Beilmgham out outof outof outof
of 300 and a check for 0001 60 1 at the theMinoru theMinoru
Minoru Park race track with a take fakebet fakabet takebet
bet on a horse race was as sentenced to today today too tooday
day to three years In the penitentiary
LANGUAGE OF LOWER COURT COURTTENDED COURTTENDED r rRudd
TENDED TO BIAS THE JURY JURYRudd JURYRudd I rI
Rudd Case Tried By Judge Smith SmithMcPherson SmithMcPherson SmithMcPherson
McPherson Reversed and andRemanded andRemanded andRemanded
Remanded RemandedSt
St Louis Oct 30 30Because Because of remarks made to a jury by bySmith Jdp =
Smith McPherson of the United States district court at Kansas CI City the theUnited theUnited te teUnited
United States court of appeals in inSt St Louis today reversed and remanded remandedthe
the case of John r F Rudd who had been convicted of condaotiHg a schema schemato 4 4to
to defraud defraudRudd defraudRudd
Rudd was accused of using the malls mallsIn believe in his machine If he does h he
In an effort to sell a patent pump pumpoperated pumpoperated pumpoperated Is IB an Idiot crazy If he does net he
guilty jrulltyThe
operated by a pendulum and a spring The decision ded loft n of the court of appeals appealswritten appeabwritten appealwritten
lever The records showed that after alterthe afterthe afterthe written by Judge Hook says eavsIt eaysIt saysit
the evidence was submitted Judge Mc ¬ It is the province of a court to com comment commpnt ¬ > r rmeat
Pherson said to the Jury meat un facts and evidence v ence but butcomments b it t 1 1commpntR a acotnmrnts
No man with the slightest degr degrof degree degrEPof > comments should be dlspastjmarc dlspastjmarcjru3id dlspfi8 < jmllp crd crdRuard rd rdtial
of intelligence above Insanity wouldflay would wouldSay woulday I in
jru3id tial < r order that he jurors jurorsitit rr n ty y
Say ay that this pump la practical Any Anyschoolboy Any8cMoiboy Anyschoolboy o > Edt t f h to exercise their theirpp indepe1 indepe1PI
schoolboy would know betterThis better betterThi8 pp jtikrtnt jtikrtntIn
This man either is guilty of a acriminal acriminal acriminal In rte lover Her court RuM Ru was wasana tlQf4 fne4and
criminal act or be h is an idiot insane insaneand Insanean4 insaneand Sj ana an sentenced to serva tlovwa elev rt
and foolish The defendant clalma cialms to I i I months in Jail
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