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Fortieth YearNo 261 Price Five Center t Hd OGDEN CITY UTAH MONDAY EVENING OCTOBER 31 J9JO Entered as Second Claw Matter at the Poctoflice Ogden Utah t 1
CHINA fOR
r d I I PROGRESS I I
Early Establishment of
a General Parliament
h Sanctioned
I
pcklnr Oct 31It la believed that
he throne ha decided to accede to i
the demand of the senate and the pro
rlnclal tlJfgatcr for tho early couvo
cation of a popular parliament
In the senate today and In tho pres
pre 0
Aare Yu Hang stated that the on
Ire nation from the highest to tho
eret rata agreed upon the necessity I
for the early oBtaliibment of a gen I
era I parllom > nL The senators who
Etodcrstand this to moan that their
Bfinorlal would bo granted received
i r declaration with prolonged cheer
x
The Importance of this concession
o i the part of the government can
fATty bo overestimated In view of
ll a recent refusal to entertain a sim
ilar request mado by a delegation I
from the provincial assemblies last I
on
The program fired by the lato dow
Bj T mprolS provided for tho organ
ization of a general legislative body
to be known oa tho Imperial parlia
ment In 191 C at tho end of a nine
year period of preparation No soon
er had thin plan been made known In
s deer c than a popular agitation wac i
begun to influence the throne to ad
nnto the data Tho provincial aa I
fIJhJlIIC met and discussed the mat
ter and rocnlved tho support of the 0
lOfrchnnts throughout tho country i
They snt a delegation to Peking to
Bnx > rtallzo tho throne but the
prince recent properly announced that
the original program would bo Jul 0
lured t o On October 3 the now len I
tie bIN for tbo first tlmo Of its 200 0
roemhrri 100 had boon appointed by i
tar throne and thoro was every Indi
an that It would accomplish but
Jktl < rxcopt M It roflectod the wlshe
ol th orntral government Never
tMI IMH early In Its history tlio senate
Wflnld an opposition party com
fas < d of tho provincial dologato and I
thin party haa lnco conducted an ac
tive campaign looking to the recognl
tl in of the ncnato by tho grand coun
t as a body with executive power
rath r than that its deliberation
Ibnuld bo of an advisory character
Meantime tho vico royals and goy
trees of provinces supported tko op
i4itlfn by memorializing tho Ummo i
mar < tlnJ r tho early opening of tho 0
parliament On October 2C such prog 0
m bad 1een made that tlio senate I
tdjpitl l > y an almost unanimous rote 1
t memorial to tho throno praying for
the establishment of a popular parlla
mot at the earliest momont Two
U8 later tho tbrono ordered the
rand rfMjncil to consider tho memo
rial aDd todayn announcement by
Prince Yu Liang Is tho decision of I
thf grand councilors that tho popular
demand should bo granted
I r tHllED BY
WtlD TRIBE I
Ten Persons the Victims
of the Uprising in the
Philippines
4
W bnicton OeL XL Eight Chris
ban ono an American an two Chile
e JHU has i > ion killed mid much prop
in 1 blaring to foreigner has been
teuroi hy the robolllou Manobos
tr > re In th Philippine according to
t a rprt from Brigadier General
J rcblng to the war department to
t y
at 8EVEMTEEN PERSONS INJURED I
1 IN SAN FRANCISCO FIRE J
has FraneUco Oct 31 Seventeen
Irou wcr Brrerelr hurt last night
1r an er luliloD during a Ore In an
Fouta street apartment bouse Four of
a the btuub > r wore newspaper men and
lboo nUiort guru members of the are
t > Pnin nt Most of the guoals had
1 It be fetldlng before the explosion
< urrd and tbot who remained on
the eppsr ftoora 18C1JeJ on Are lad
derv Caoln Joseph Capnelli and
Ilueotaa Thoma hell of the fire Ue
t1rtmeot oro ovorconru by gas and
r rec by their com rftde
I
PETER OLSEN SQUARES
HIMSELF WITH UNCLE SAM
San frandtco Oct 31To square
1rr4lr with Untie Sam as he put IL 0
l 1eter 0101 > rbo deserted from the
nior Charleston ten year ago
kurded the crater Colorado yeeter
lar kM strrramierftl himself
Trn KWof iu a month from a
fiw1 J < b at bone but well Uade
tax ho tr ted me pretty decent Pad
I f ll kinder moan Just havo to square
kyle ir So b0 told Boatswain alb
see
gREEN RIVER COMMERCIAL CLUB
t3rpen Hirer Oct IOTbe Coa
ac aI rK of this town met lat
lIC and dorldod that tbry must
have nil tho bwlness men In tho val
Icy In their club and a committee
con l Ung of P H Riley W P Ep
person and O IL Gillesple wa ap
pointed to get members to Join and
next meeting night It Is expected that
a large membership will be added to
the rolL The club expects to got new
I quarters noon and have on exhibition
all the fruit and vegetable grown
here which will not doubt be a line
thing for thIs valley
SUGAR BEETS AND FALL GRAIN I
II
Bphraim Oct 30The digging of
sugar boots is now In progress in the
county and the crop Is very good but
the average of Uio crop Is not as good
as usual They will average from ten
to twenty ton to the acre
The fall grain sown la now up and
promise so far a good crop next year
Most of the wheat sown will not be
IrrlgHted t o the crop depends almost
entirely on the storms
WOMAN S
AN OffiCER
Wacthes Dance Hall and
Moving Picture Places
for WrongDoers
Lon Angeles Cal Oct 31 Mrs
Alice Stebbins Wells Californias
first policewoman has asked permis
sion to enlist fight additional police
women to serve as volunteers without
pay She expects to recruit them
from the circle of women who aro In
terested in the work of moral uplift
among tho young
Urn Wells keeps watch on dance
halls moving picture shows and sim I
ilar gathering places of the young
Although not wearing a blue uniform
nor carrying a night stick she has
full power to make arrests
THERE ARE TWO
WITH fU S A
Washington Oct 311ho United
Slatoa of America Is not tho only U
S A in tho world
Tho other U S A is tho Union
of South Africa and the use of the
abbreviation in foreign mall In South
Africa has resulted In confusion
Consul Stewart 1C Lupton of Kara
chi India has notified this govern
ment that the Indian K > stofllco depart
mant hasJ88uodiBatlco warning per
sons addressing letters to the Union
of South Africa to avoid the Initials I
U S A as this abbreviation Is
recognized generally as applying to
the United States
WORLDS MARKETS
I
MONE YSTRINGENCY CAUSES I
STOCKS TO DROP
New York Oct 31Stocks were
under soiling pressure at the opening
today which found fractional declines
in tho more active stocks
A concentration ot selling orders
on United States Steel undermined
tho whole market and prices fell
sharply Union Pacific Hock Island
Vnlted States Steel and American
Smelting fell 1
Dealings woro small The under
tone wus steadier at 11 oclock The
order for execution In tho market ac
cumulated over the week and afforded
no basin for an effectual upward
movement and realizing sales wero
pushed on tho market Many stocks
had fallen a point or moro before
noon The into of shortterm note In
Paris by tho Michigan Central Rail
road company wore cited RA evidence
of the difficulty of securing capital
Bond wore steady
Chicago Livestock
Cattle receipts estimated at 3300
market steady beeves I400770 Tex
t as steers 3300600 western steer
40006 stockers and feeders 1100
I 666 cows and holler 2250G20
calves 750O1025
Hog receipt estimated at ° 6000
market 6c lower light S26QSS5 mix
ed 790flO henry 7650810 rough
7760800 good to choloe hoary 775
CS70 pigs 7S5SGO bulk of sales
7DOCSGO
Sheep receipt estimated at 48000
market 6fP10c lower antics S6SQ
165 wecturn S75O4SO yearling Ito
46M lamb native l75ffG70 west
ern a76 < TS6
Omaha
Omaha Oct 1catU receipt Uf
000 market lOc lower Native steers
4 26 9 730 western dteer I375O
G6O stackers and feeders 3000SS5
calve WJWC750
Bop receipts 1800 market tOe
lower Hoary 1800120 nixed and
lights IOOSIO PIC 110CU60
bulk 1HOStl
gam r e prg 1iGOO steady to
100lle lower yeerllnK JI40OIJO
welhert 175Q4JO ewe UOU5
Sugar and CoItee
New York Ort stRaw sugar
quiet Mnecorado 330 atrlfnicJ K
teat 380 molaasea npr 3OS Re
lined uKar quiet
Coffee SIKH steady Rio No i 10
0 740 lie Santo No 4 11 H01c
Metal Market
New York Oct Jl Standard eeiv
per quiet Spot and December JII30
U12M
lAd quiet M t0450 Xr York
Bar Hrer Me
ANT TIGT
WAD CLUB
Broken Up by the Notoriety i
toriety Which Young
Ladies Received I
I
Sylvia Kan Oct 31Thc success
of the AntiTight Wad club organized i
by twentytwo girls of this place may
cause the organizations disruption
Because of the notoriety given tho
members and the large number of let
ters received by them the parent of
some have demanded that they re
sign and two of the number have al
ready left the organization
The member of tho club have pledg
ed themselves to go with no young
men except those who are liberal with
their money Within thelost two
day more than one hundrod loiters
havo been received by the young wom
en Miss Pearl Draper received tor
t letters among wnich is one from
a young man In Kansas City propos
ing marriage This writer say ho
approves of tho organization and also
tells tho president no ha sufficient
Income to lIe up to her idea as to
what a man should spend
Ono Kansas CItyan wrote a letter
to every member but only ono man
summoned courage to disapprove of
the action of tho club I I
Five of the letters are from New
York City ono from Trenton N J
and ono from Galveston Texas Twen 1
tyfive young men signed their names
to the rules of the Tight Wad club
of Manhattan Ivan walcb wero sent
to Misa Draper and a letter from a
girls club of Kansas City declared
that a similar organization had been
formed there a short time ago
CLERKS NOW
JOIN STRKE
Spread of the Express
Conflict in City of
New York I
New York Oct 31Thc strike of
tho express companies drivers and I
helpers which ho brought the ox
gross business in this city to a vir i
tual standstill Is expected to spread
today to the stable hands
Daniel J Tobin president of the
International Brotherhood of Team
sters now In Boston has sent word
here that If necessary he will try to
Induce all the express drivers in the
country to strike Strlkobrcakor are
expected to arrive from Philadelphia
today The strikers were caught un
awares In Jorsqy City early today
when a dash of one hundred trucks
waa made and tho express matter
brought to this city without trouble
No disorders were reported by tho
police In the early hours Police In
spector Walsh today assigned 100 pa
trolmen to go out on express wagons
Two hundred strikebreakers from
PlUsburg are quartered In Jorsoy City
and will be put to work today
The International Brotherhood of
Teamsters bag called out between 1
I 500 and 1800 drivers and hcloor em
ployed by the Boston Despatch a sub
sidiary of the Adams Express com
pany ilonahans Express company
and the Manhattan Delivery company
The way bill clerks of tho American
Express company who have no organ
ization and no special grievances of
their own held a meeting thla morn
ing and decided to go out of strike
tills afternoon
The Adam Express company mov
ed nine truck this morning Strike
sympathizers upset an express wagon
on Wet Broadway noar Bleekor
street shortly before noon No ono
was hurt
AERONAUTS ARE TO
BANQUET IN NEW YORK
Now York Oct 31A remarkable
gathering of men who harm made
themselves famous In the Held of
aeronautic within the put fortnight
will assemble In tho banquet room of
the Hotel Plaza as the guests of tho
Aero club of America The dinner Is
the closing function of the Interna
tional aviation meet
Among those who will sit at the
bead table are Walter Wollman who
made the courageous attempt to fly
across the Atlantic In his dirigible
America Alan R Hawley and Au
gustus Poet winner of the Interna
tional balloon race in their America
II Claude Grahame White winner
for England to the International avia
tion prize and Jobn W Uolssant who
yesterday won be 10000 Ryan rl1
for the fastest flight around the Stone
of Liberty
BASEBALL BARNSTORMERS
WIND UP THE SEASON
I
Chicago October nThe tbleago
Nation league barnstormer wound
I up the baseball seer yesl rday when
they won two games beating Peeks
Colts to the morning by a C to 1
core and they beating the Logan
Square 3 to 1 In the afternoon The
birntona played 10 over 5400 po
pie In the two games and carried
away something like 55 a head for
their effort They will disband to
day
COAL DEVELOPMENT IN SEVIER
Richfield Oct 308 M Works and
sons of Aland are Interested In coal i
lands In SaUna canyon Considerable I
development work baa been done on t
the ground during the summer and j
last week they commenced hauling
coal to Salina A 5000 road has been
built to the place and a tunnel has
been run In one hundred and thirty
feet during which work about one
hundred ton of coal ifavo been takon i
out I j
The coal lies in a fork and shows a I
fine ledge of over four feet There
are several excellent vein of cost In
that part of the canyon known as
Sawtooth The coal 1s of tho same
quality that prevails in all the Utah
coal measures i
LONG TRIP I 1 I
BY MOTOR I
I
I
I
From Coast to Coast
Over a 10406 Mile
Route 0
San Francisco Oct LAt the end
of a 10f00 milo joUr lO from this
city to Now York and 1r turn on a
motorcycle Volnoy B Diyvls a mom
ber of tho San Francisco Motorcycle
club arrived hero yustprday after 1S3
days on the road IIu was met fifty
milers outside the city by a large dele
gation of his fellow members who eS
cortod him to headquarters i
Davis is said to bet time first man j
to make the round trip from coast to I
coast on a motorcycle Ho left this I
city on February 10 and took the
southern route passing through tho
northern part of Mexico and arriving
In Now York In 12G dayDlovor a G200 t
mile course The trail back led along
the rlvertorlver roiito which In
cluded a run Into Canada Twenty
six status were traversed
Tho rldors host mileage for a days
travel was 193 miles between Tolodo
0 and South Bend Ind
SIR WM AGNEW DEAD
London Oct 31Slr William Ag
new chairman of Bradbury Agnew
Co publishers Punch died today
He was born ln 182Jfc > Sndv was for
many years head of the firm of Thom
as Agnow Sons publishers and art
dealers Ho was Interested In several
Institutions
I
SUGAR CANE DAY
IN CHINATOWN I I
Chicago Oct nSugr cane day
was observed In Chinatown yesterday
1 by the consumption of more than a
ton of the saccharine article which
i Is the Chinese favorite confection
j The first shipment of cano arrived
1 Saturday from New Orleans and
I over Chinaman In town came to
I Clark street to gorge himself on the
sweetened stalks At some of the
stores whore the cane was there were
I contests among the gourmands as to
who could cat the most
I Chinamen Foldom eat candy said
Frank Way mayor of Chinatown but
I never knew one who wasnt crazy
about sugar cane Tho first shipment
which usually arrives about Novem
ber 1 11 anxiously looked for by my
countrymen
A dozen stores In Clark street had
cane on sale today and there Is not
n stalk of it loft The prices vary ac
f cording to the slzo of the stalk Some
of them cost 10 cents I ate two of
the fortycent size mysolf
Chinamen have a weakness for
chocolate Ice cream soda perfumed
soap sugar cano and having their
photographs taken 1 have seen my
1 countrymen spend 76 for soap to
i take back to Chinn with them It Is
nothing unusual to see a Chinaman
buy perfumed soap at 26 and 50 cents
a cako Sonic of thorn take fi trunk
ful of it back to China when they go
on a visit i
I
CRIPPEN APPEAL WILL
BE HEARD NOVEMBER 3
I London OcL 31It is expected
I that the criminal court of appeals will
on November 3 heard the appeal of
Dr Hawley H Crlppou from the sen
tence of death for the murder of his
I
wife The execution has been set for i
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YOUNG MEN
BANDITS
Held Up Four Persons
in Auto Were Go
ing to Wyoming
I
Kansas City Oct 3tTwo farm
hands Fred Sielger and Tymnn Rain
soy aged IS and ID years respective I
ly yesterday hold up and robbed four I
persons who were driving In an auto
mobile In the country south ot hero
The victims of the robbery which net
ted the youths but 34 were Harry C
MdBher and wife of Chicago and M I
Moaner and Mrs Ethel Allen of this
city
I Although tho robbers with drawn
revolvers wore extremely serious
about their work the occupants of the
motor car refused to see the affair In
the same light While the women Jest
ed with the amateur desperadoes
about the cruol business they were en
gaging in tho men pulled some small
change from their pockets and hand
ed It to tho holdup men
I No attempt was made to search the
passengers of the car Both robbers
were armed with 15calIbro revolvers
purchased here last Saturday and
wore red handkerchiefs as masks over
their faces Ramsey also nddod a
pair of automoblllsts goggles to his
disguise
A posse of farmers captured and
the bandits shortly after the rob
bery had taken place County authori
ties say the youths told them they
had planned an Invasion of the south
intending to commit robberies enough
to pay their expenses and go to Wyom
ing to establish a permanent haunt
MONEY fOR
AViATORS I I I
John B Moissant Leads i
I
With Total Earnings
I
of 11550 1
I
Belmont Park Oct 31 Indications
were favorable for excellent flying
today The wind was very light from
the southwest and with little Indica
tions of strengthening during the day
Tho air however was the coldest of
the meot thus far Frost covered tho
field In the early morning hours and
Ice formed In several places The I
coldness militated against one variety
of tho competition the altitude
nights
Littleton Fox president of the avia
tion committee said the moot was
officially ended lust night All totali
zations will be counted to last night
and time program for today will bo
for moneys which wero found to be
available for the purpose of holding
another days events all of which will
be considered special
Several of the aviators here have
declared their Intention to go from
hero to the Baltimore meeting Among
those who will leave on the special
train from here tonight are J A Drex
el J J Frisbie Hubert Latham Glenn
II Curtiss and the Wright brothers
John B Moissant the American avi
ator was hailed hero today as win
ner of the great flight yesterday to
the Statue of Liberty in New York
harbor and return for the 10000 prize
offered by Thomas F Ryan Ono of
the most thrilling races In tho history
of aviation was when Molosant de
feated his rival the French aviator
and Claude GrnhamoWbite easily dis
tancing the former but defeating tho
latter by only 43 seconds This mar
gin wan sufficient although it uaS
thought until the early hours today
that tho American had not clinched
his victory as it was thought tho race
Will still open for competition today
The Aero Club of America however
sustained Molsaants protest against
further competition Ruling that the
meet as originally scheduled closed
with yesterdays events by being an
extra or added day
Tho total earnings of the aviators
up to the close of tho scheduled
events of the mooting last night are
Mohnant 11650 GrahameWhlto
7100 Hoxfioy 3675 Latham J3
100 Do Iossepp 1050 Johnstonc
1625 Hadley SHOO Brooklna 900
Auburn tOO Drexel 700 Parmalo
700 Simons 500 McCurdy 200
Audemars UOO Ely Mar and WIN
lard UOO oath
A dinner In honor of tho aviators
wa given under the auspices of tho
Aero Club of America tonight at tho
Plaza hotel
INDIAN LAND SALES
SALESMEN AT PROVO
Provo Dot 30 James W Wltton
who will bare charge of the salt of
Indian lands of the old Uintah Indian
resrraUoo which will begin In this
cMy next Tuesday arrived here this
morning from Dililng Mont where
be had charge of the sale of Sooooo
acre of coal land Mr WItten was
accompanied by A J Andrews of the
Salt Lake office of the PnJtP41 ScalPs
surveyor general Don R Colton re
coiner of the Vernal land office also
is here In connection with the ar
rangements for the sale
Mr WItten said today that only
about onehalf of the Billings coal
lands were solo but ho thinks the
sale of tho Tlntah lands will be much
better as there are many sheep and
cattle men who contemplate making
purchase The land to bo sold is I
especially valuable for grazing
Don B Colton receiver of the land
office at Vornal Utah Is bore to as
sist in the auction sale of the Uintah
lends which occurs In Provo on No
vember 1
STRIKE BREAKERS
LEAVE PITTSBURG
Pittaburg Oct 31lHlr cigar
ers among them many women are on
their way to Tampa Fla where they
arc to bo employed In the factories In
which workmen and the manufactur
ers cannot agree
fOUNDER Of
RED CROSS
Henri Dunant Dies a
a Health Resort in
Switzerland
Geneva Switzerland Oct 31Hen
ri Dunant founder of tho International
Rod Cross society died last night at
hidden a health rcsorL
Henri Dunant was of Swiss birth
and lived In Geneva At tho battle of
Solferlno Juno 21 1SE9 he witnessed
tho needless suffering and lose of life
resulting from days of neglect to care
for the wounded Realizing that such
conditions need not exist he con
ceived the idea of pledging the nation
to regard and protect as neutral all
Kick and wounded combatants and all
persons giving them succor Ho
elaborated his ideas and through the
cooporntlon of tho Swiss federal coun
cil brought about an international
conference In Geneva In 1S03 Six
teen governments wore represented
This was followed by the Geneva con
vention of August 1 1SG4 which
adopted nine articles of agreement
for the amelioration of the condition
of Uie wounded In an army In tho
field
rest
MANIAC TILES piled 0 I
WITH HIS NURSE
Los Angeles Cal Oct 31Hss
Ethel Bcatty a nurse In the Receiv
ing hospital battled with an Insane
patient for twonty minutes yesterday
before aid reached her and overpower
ed the maniac just as she was suc
cumbing to his strength
The patient a man weighing moro
than 200 pounds In some manner es
caped from his manacles and leaped
at tho nurse as rho entered rime
room Miss Bentty who weighs scarce
ly 100 fought him off desperately
Tripping him across a cot she attempt
ed to entangle his arms In a sheet
but he freed himself and had Just
grasped her throat when help arrived
The patient was put Into a straight
Jacket Miss Bealty wa none the
worse for her experience
HARMONY RALLY
IN DES MOINES
Des Moines Oct 31 Arrange
ments were completed today for a
hnrraony political rally In the audi
torium here Friday night the same
night that Colonel Roosevelt addresses
tho Iowa state teacher Following
this address at the Coliseum Colonel
Roosevelt will speak at the Auditor
ium Preceding hla x arrival there political
speeches will be mode by Senator
Cummins Governor Carroll Judge S
F Prouty candidate for congress In
the Seventh district Editor Lafayetla
C Oung of till DOS Moines Capital
and Editor Harvey Ingham of the
Register and Leader
MORE fRAt
IN CENSUS
Great Falls Added to
List of Places With
Padded Returns
Washington Oct SL Director Dur
and of tho census bureau is prepar
ing a public statement regarding al
leged fraudulent conSUl returns on
Fort Smith Ark and Ort Fall
WonL which will be given out at an
carl > day The rensu bureau as
serts that quite extensive irregulari
ties have been discovered in both
places
j
NEW YORkSi
t ELECTION jl II
Recognized of National
t
Rather Than Local i 0
Importance
I
I
New York Oct 31Tho Republican I
campaign committee hero In a cir
cular to voters calls attention to the t
coming election as the most Im i 1
portant offyear election In a decade i I
The contest Is of national rathor than 1
I local importance it is declared be i J
cause of the fact that the complexion
of both houses of congress is in tho I
balance Practically tho whole of tho
house of representatives Is to be se i
lected while the results of the vote I
for state legislatures will Indicate tho
division of parties In thc senate I
Thirty senators will complete their
term next March 3 twentyfour Re
publicans and six Democrats i
Full state tickets Including gover 1
nors are to bo chosen In twentyeight r
states Imllnun will elect state oat 1
cots with the exception of governor 11 r
Arkansas and Georgia have chosen
their state tickets but will vote for I
congressmen on November S In the i I
some way Maryland Mississippi Vir
ginia and West Virginia which have II
no state officials to select will turn
nil their energies on their representa I j
tions lu congress and In West Vir i i
ginia on the legislature as well Ala
bama Maryland and Vermont have al I
ready selected their senators 1
Time prohibition party has candi r
date on time ballots In twentyfive t
states while the Socialists are In tho I
field in thirtyfour states Woman I
suffrage will be considered In four jo
i
states
SWEDENS GOVERNMENT S
OWNERSHIP
Washington OcL 3L Swedens
governmentowned telegraph and tolo
phone systems noltvd tho country I
5192000 during 1909 according to i
United States Consul General E D i I
Winslow of Stockholm Tho receipts J
amounted to 158000 whilo the cost
of maintenance was 260000 j
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