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I 39TH YEARNO 255 I I OGDEN CITY UTAH MONDAY EVENING OCTOBER 25 1909 I I PRICE FIVE CENTS J
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BREWER AND iS BUNCH fALSELY AND
WilfUllY MISREPRESENTA WOMAN
They Charge That Mrs Stanford the City Auditor Issued an illegal Warrant for 10125 Which Proves the City Water
Report False The City Recorder Certifies That the Democratic Water Committee and the City
Council and the Mayor Approved the Warrant Before June 30 1909
Brewerites Caught With the Goods + i
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A Brewer paid advertisement in the
Morning Examiner says
liThe warrant was drawn on June the 26th to be presented to I
the council
for approval
The city auditor a Republican
officer should not have re
ported the warrant as a legal liability until approved any more than
she should have
reported a claim for
damage or other account until
approved This is the whole of the crooked report false report
rottenness rotten city government > etc and no Democratic offi
cial had anything to do
with it or is in any wise responsible for it
This is Bill Glasmanns whole and only justification for libel
ing every city official in Ogden What do you think of him Does
this sensation merit I
your votes I
Now i read this and then say what you please about the men who I
would besmirch a woman for what they themselves are guilty of
doing I
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THE RECORDERS CERTIFICATE
Ogden Utah June 28 1909
To the Mayor and City Council Ogden Utah
f Gentlemen We your Special Water Works Committee
wish to call your attention to the fact that the interest on the
Water Works Bonds for the six months ending July 2 1909
amounting to Ten Thousand Ol1e Hundred Twentyfive II
T 0125 i Collars will be due and payable at the Chase Nation I
al Bank in New York City on July 2 and we would recommend I
that you authorize the issuing ofxa warrant for this amount 1
Respectfully II
1 IE PEERY
VA CIIRIS FLTGARE
f r >
VV 11 r G A DICKSON
f i C J ITUMPIJRIS s
SAM THOMAS
f Pres3liled to City Council and adopted and payment au
thorized June 28 loop
E P BROWN City Recorder
ByJCILLIE It PO ULTER Deputy
Approved June 29 1009
A L BREWER Mayor
Ogden Utah October 25 909
I hereby certify the above to be a full true and correct I
copy of the record in this office referring to the above matter
and on June 29 1909 I notified the Auditor of the above action
lILLIE II POULTER I
r City Recorder
I
The paid advertisement in the Examiner in which the Demo
I crats in their usual underhanded way attack the pity auditor for
issuing warrant No 260 for b 10125 in payment of interest due on
jiierworks bonds is a fair snmple of the deceit they are using in I
conducting the campaign The warrant was drawn regularly and
according to the provisions of law which require the payment of
this interest on July 2nd of each year It may be said in passing
that the duty of paying this interest falls on the auditor and treas
urer even if the council for any reason should fail to order it but
in this particular case the council authorized the auditor to pay the
interest and the mayor approved the action of the council ns set
forlh in he certificate of the recorder above Every body knows
thai this interest is payable in New York and lie warrant in pay
ment therefor must be drawn at least four or five days before itis
due in order for it to reach New York by mail on or before July 2nd
That is all there is to it
NO PORK I
I
BARREL
Taft s Opposed to Any
an Selling Deal for
Waterways
i St Louts Oct 250n the ovo of
y beginning his journey down the Mis
sissippi river to Now Orleans as a
1 part of the explbltatlon for system
of deep inland waterways President
Taft declared in an address at the
Coliseum here today that his stand
In favor of the issue of bonds for carrying
improvement
waterways
rying out approved
provement projects docs not mean
ho opening of a pork barrel to
of I
member
end back any particular
congress or to make any particular
lection of the country prosperous uur
vrig the expenditure of tho money
he opposed any such
Mr Tat said
gold bond issue as that of 500000000
or a billion dollars for waterways sys
tem the money to be cut UP and par
Hia
sections
celled out to different
la to secure sui
Idea of a bond Issue
Quick
fie Int money to carry out
bo approved af
such projects as may
ter careful Investigation ant winch
can prove their benefit to the entire
country
The President arrived here at 727
e a m and was the guest of the Com
Lpirlal Club at breakfast HQ tnailo
hi principal speech at tic Cohl ennm
dle Ho spoke < Hirlj K the crttiipa gn
h M an Fall before the hulk jPf11 n
hi1 a roof
ami
General Hitchcock
aid
i SccrcUr > of Commerce iud Labor a
I
gel arc here and they will accompany
the President down the rhcr when
ho starts at 5 p in
President Taft received a telegram
from Mrs Peckham today announcing
the death of her husband Justice
Peckham of the supreme court and
he sent a message of condolence in
reply Mr Taft has given no thought
to a successor
Pile President was introduced at
the Coliseum by Governor Hadley
His voice was very husky but with
tho clone attention given to him by
the great audience ho managed to
mako himself heard throughout the
structure
The president found a quick re
sponse from his audience when iho
began by saying
Ve are on the eve of a great Jour
ney down the Mississippi river and
cursed be ho who calls It ti Junket
The journey as Governor Hadley has
said has reference to tho problem of
transportation and railways and wa
terwarys It Is however only a part
of a slightly greater movement Inau
gurated by Theodore Roosevelt nail
properly entitled by him the conserva
tion of natural resources
Tho mention of Mr Roositvclls
name called out prolonged cheering
Tho President went Into n brief dis
cussion of the subject of conservatism
and said the people of till Mississippi
valley were particularly interested In
the Improvement of inland watetwa s
and the preservation of tho forests as
a means of putting an end to tho
floods which were carrying so many
of the farms In Missouri Iowa and
other states down to the delta of the
Mississippi
The President said that tho govern
ment of the United Stales had been
exceedingly generous in parting with
its lands in tho past and that lliu time
had come for the adoption of a new
policy In that regard
IIo spoKo of the necessity ffor new
legislation rcnadlng water power
Kites to proeat monopolies from gain
I ing cohtcol Coming to the question
I
of wa crnys Mr Taft declared that
tvlille Jio U4 not wibh to criticise
tharo ne no denying ib fc > tat t1
Improvement of waterways hart blt
carried forward in a hal azurd ru
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ner and that a new method should ho
adopted
And right here added the Presi
dent I want to clear away a supposi
tion which I am afraid has lodged In
a good many minis The project Is for
Irrigation and for the Improvements
of waterways In the futuro and not to
be for the purpose of distributing
pork to every part of the country
Every measure is to bo adopted on
the ground that It would bo useful to
the whole country They are not to
be adopted for sending certain con
gressmen back to Washington or for
making certain parts of tho country
profitable during the expenditure of
the money Wo should take up every
comprehensive project on Its merits
and determine whether tho country
where the project Is to bo carried out
has so far developed us to Justify the
enormous expenditure of money and
if it will bo useful when dono When
wo decided in favor of a project I be
lieve in Issuing bonds to carry it to
completion as rapidly as possible It
has been proposed that we issuo
bonds for 500000000 or 1000000
000 and cut It up tnd parcel the mon
ey out in this and that section I am
opposed to any such proposition be
cause it not only smells of the pork
barrel but would be a pork barrel
Speaker Cannon of the house of rep
I resentatives who some Limo ago de
clared that he was opposed to any
issue of bonds to improve time water
ways sat Just besldo the President
while he was speaking
DEThl0RALIZINfi TO
HE A IRL MODEL
Ndw York Oct jH the indus
trial employes welfare comlttee of
the National Civic Federation has Its
I way cloak models in garment fac
tories and show rOoms will have to
i seek other means of livelihood The
committee which ib composed of
I prominent women representing vari
ous sections of the country has dc
I tided that the employment of glrla
as models is demoralizing to the
girls the employes and tho customers
As a result of personal Investiga
tion made by members of the commit
tee In many factories and garment
show rooms the Civic Federation will
undertake a campaign among the em
ployers to discontinue the practice
and substitute lay figures
We found that the employing of
girls as models has a demoralizing
effect upon the girls themselves and
upon the employers and purchasers
said Mrs J Borden Harriman chair
man of the committee and for that
reason we decided to recommend that
the Civic Federation make an Issue
of the matter
Other well know members of the
welfare committee arc Mrs Marcus
M Marks Mrs Cugene S Benjamin
Mrs Kmanuel W ISInstein Mrs Rob
I ert Walchorn Mrs A Grlscom Jr
scnlAITER
NT f EO
Dead Man Was Brother
of Chas cLean of
Brush Colo
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Hastings Neb Oct 25Hector c
Lean of Brush Colo a brother of the
late Charles McLean Scblattcr ar
rived In Hastings today In responso
to a telegram from County Judge But
ton McLean had pictures of his
brother at the ages of 30 10 and GO
Compared with tho features of tlio
dead man they revealed his identity
Local people who law the pictures
thought they wore pnotographs of tho
dead man
McLean had not seen his brother
for thirtyfive years Hector McLean
heard the story of his brothers wan I
derings In tho last thirtylive years
through David McNaughton of Chi
cago McLean knew nothing of Ills
brothers poso as adivine healer
The funeral today was attended by
Hector McLean and a few newspaper
men
SP A 1 s N G VES
0 UP y f GT
Campaign in Morocco
Is fo be Brought
to a Close
Madrid Oct 25 Lieutenant Gen
eral DeLuquo minister of war in the
new Liberal cabinet In an interview
today confirmed the report that tho
government had decided not to push
further the Moroccan campaign He
said If the Liberals had been in pow
er before they would have avoided
the blood and costly war and that
henceforth the object of the govern
ment would be to guarantee the safe
ty of Mclilla bj the s > sTem of ford
CLEVER WORK Of NEW YORK CITY AND
1AM8URG POUCE N MURDER CASE
I
Man Who Lead a Double Life and Is Supposed
to Have Murdered a Young Yoman
I Caught After a Years Search I
I
New York Ocl 2GThe arrest of
Frederick Gebhardt or Otto Mueller I
as he was also known Is the culmin
ation of an exceptionally competent
piece of detective work The skele
ton of the body of Anna Latter who
had boon married moro than a year
ago lo an Otto Mueller revealed a
murder the bones showing two bul
let wounds A gold watch found near
the body bore the Initials A L
and there was also merchants mem
oranda indicating that purchases had
boon made In a small town near Ham
burg Germany
The German police wore acquainted
with these facts and they quickly dis
covered that the purchases indicated
in the bills had been made by Anna
now under arrest was captured as
ho was entering the house where ho
wns thown as Frederick Gebhardt
and whore ho was living with tho
wife be had married four years ago
Latter who a short time ago before
had been married to an Otto Mueller
In this country and who wan then
on her honeymoon with her husband
to hbr old horse in Germany The
r Hamburg police informed tho detec
v < 5 9 here that when Mueller and his
J Ho returned to this country Mnel
brought with him two dOS ol the
j
variety used for police work
The local detectives working on
the case castigated the records of
I the German steamship lines and I
found a memorandum of a passenger I
who had arrived here at about that
time with two such dogs Through
an expressman the dogs were traced
to a house in Astoria a part of New
York City
It was there that the Otto Mueller
through a matrimonial bureau and
with their two children
I According to the police Gcbhardt
which he says Is his right name lid
milled that he had temporarily left
I his real wife to marry Anna Latter
that ho had gone to Germany with her
as described ut that she hud left him
I without oxplanntlan a few days after
their arrival in this country
I Confesses the Crime
Inspector McCafferty announced
lthls afternoon that hc had received
word from Brooklyn headquarters
that Frederick GcbhardU alias Muel
ler had confessed to the police that
ho murdered his wife Anna Latter
at Islip L I
Gcbhardt according to the state
I ment given out by tho police said
he shot the woman because he had too
many wives Gcbhardi said he mar
flee positions which were already oc
cupied
From now on tho minister of war
said the work of tho army would be
that of pacification and not of dom
ination and while It would defend
I
these occupied positions an effort
would be made to Induce the Riffs
to disarm and in this movement the
aid of the sultans emissaries would
bo enlisted
Do Luquo added that though the
Liberals disapproved of ho recent
acts of repression at Barcelona Fer
rer had been proven guilty on evi
dence and had been legally and Ju
dicially condemned
The Republicans won at yesterdays 1
municipal election In Madrid
EXC TEMENT
IIN COTTON
New High Record Prices
is Established in
the Market
New York Oct 25There was
great excltemen in the cotton market
today prices making now high rec
ords on account of tho big gains In
Liverpoola bullish crop estimate by
a prominentEngllfSGexpertiiscajcl
ty of shorts and general buying De
cember cotton sold at 1411 and May
at 1125 about 15 to 20 points higher
than Saturday
There was enormous realizing par
ticularly as the census report showed
rather more cotton ginned to October
IS than recent private figures and
prices lost several points on the gain
Chicago Close
Chicago Oct 25 Close Wheat
Dec 104 3S May 101 12 July
9 S
CornOcL 60 14 Doc 59 11 May
61 1laoS July GO 5Sa3l
OatsDec 10 May 12 1laCS JulY
39 7S
PorkOct 2335 Jan 1805 May
S1SG7 12
Lard Oct 1237 12 Nov 12
07 12 Jan llLOall22 12 May
1095 I
Ribs Oct 1110 Jan and May
095
Rye Cash 73 l2a71 Dec 73 May
77
Barley Cash 52aGH
TimothyOct 375 March 400
Sugar and Coffee
Now York Oct 258ugarRaw
firm fair refining 3S0 centrifugal
rled Miss Latter in Newark In Feb
ruary 190S and then wont abroad
on a wedding trip On his return to
this country In the following April
ho took his wife to Bay Shore L L
not far from Isllp and showed her
sonic land which he told her he would
like to have her buy Tho woman
declined to make the purchase and
Gobhardt said he then told her he
was married and had no further use
I for her According to Gebhardt the
I woman became hysterical and throw
ing her arms around nib neck begged
him not to leave her
I tried to run away from her and
I she followed me jelling for me to
stop Gebhardt told the police I
then turned and drawing my revol
ver shot her Just how many times
I shot her I dont know I then threw
the revolver sway and fled
Tho confession was mado to Acting
Captain Coghlaiid Coroner Savage oT
Suffolk county and two detectives
WHOLESALE MARRIAGE
AND MURDER
New York Oct 25 Admissions
made today by Otto Mueller an As
toria L I piano maker who was ar
rested last night on the belief that
ho may know something of the death
of Anna Latter the young German
I woman whose skeleton was recently
discovered near Islip L I are ex
I pected by tho police to bring 10 light
a tale of wholesale marriage and mur
der Mueller was arraigned today tin
der tho name of Frederick Gebhardt
on tho charge of bigamy but the po
I lice expect to lodge a more sorious
I charge against him
Mrs Gebmrdt Muellers present
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9C test 430 molassos sugar 355
r Rofinod steady crushed 585 pow
dered 525 granulated 5515
COFFEE Firm No 7 Rio S 1S
nominal No 4 Santos S 34
NEW YORK STOCKS
r
Amalgamated Coppor SI 31
American Beet Sugar 16 38
American Cor and Foundry 69 12
American Cotton Oil 76
American Locomotive 58 14
American Smelting 95 12
American Smelting pfd 110 08
American Sugar Refining 130 31
Anaconda Mining Co 40
Atchison Railway 120 3S
Atlantic Coast Line 137 12
Baltimore and Ohio 114 7S
Brooklyn Rapid Transit 7C 31
i Canadian Pacific 183 78
I Chesapeake and Ohio 87
Chicago and Northwestern 1S6 12
Chicago Mil and St Paul 157 11
Colorado Fuel and Iron 44 12
Colorado and Southern 52
Delaware and Hudson IS I
Denver and Rio Grande IG 12
Denver C Rio Grande pfd 83 7S
Erie Railway 33
New York Central 133 14
Northern Pacific 14G 11
Pacific Mail 40 31
Pennsylvania Railway 1 16 1S
Peoples Gas 114 34
Pullman Palace Car 190 14
Reading Railway 1GO 12
Rock Island Co 38 34
Rock Island Co pfd 7S
Southern Pacific 127 78
Southern Railway 30 3S
Union Pacific 199 7S
United States Stool 89 1S
United Slates Steel pfd 127
Wabash Railway JO 7S
Wabaah Railway pfd 52 1S
Western Union 7G 12
Standard Oil company 6954
Chicago Livestock
Chicago Oct 24 Cattle Receipts
estimated at 20000 market stead
Beeves 3850890 Texas steers
3SO5 90 western steers 100 < g >
725 slockers and feeders SSOOS
510 cows and heifers 200570
calves 700950
HogsReceIpts estimated at 24000
market 5c higher Light 7 ai < i 7SO
mixed 745 < SOO heavy 735800 i
rough 735 < ft > 765 good to choice
heavy 755SOO pigs 5GO730
bulk of sales 770790
Sheep Recclps estimated at 40000
market weak Nauvc 2 40rg > 4SO
western 275 < 4S5 yoarlings 440
540 lambs native 425720 west
ern 420515
Kansas City Livestock
Kansas City Oct 25 Cattle Re
ceipts 19000 market steady Na
tive steers 426S60 cows and heif
ers 2 257J > 525 stocljers and feeders
310525 bulls 7376 calves
350 < 5775 western steers 375
5403YesJenLcaws s275j25
HogsReceipts 11000 market tOe
higher Bulk of sales 30765
heavy U0775 packers and butch
ers 760770 light 700755
pigs COOG75
Sheep Receipts 15000 market
steady Muttons 4OO475 lambs
57551715 range wethers nnd year
lings 375525 rango ewes 300
oOOs I
TE MODEL
USB AND
Man Who Won the Prize
in Windy City Is
Superhuman
Chicago Oct 25Samuel Van Nos
tram who was adjudged tho model
husband at the second annual
Hubby Show held at the home of
Mrs James Sidney McCullough re
ceived from his wife yesterday credit
for being the possessor of all tho vir
tues necessary to make an ideal mate
Other than possessing the almost
I > husband quality of being good
Matured before breakfast said Mrs
Van Nostram my husband allows
me to carry the family pocketbook
and declares just as If he meant it
that my cooking Is so far above
mothers efforts in the culinary line
that there could be no comparison If
hat Is not glory enough for one wo
man I would like to know what is
The complete list of desirable qual
jlics attributed to her husband by
Mrs Van Nostran arc
Prompt at meals
Good entertainer
An adopt with tho chafing dish
Good judge of feminine beauty
Generous and kind hearted
Enjoys homo more than the club
Happiest when among friends
Mr Van Nostran who also receiv
ed tho prize for his almost womanly
ability to sew on a button is 55 years
old and has been married iilno years
I Register tomorrow Tuesday
Call up Republican headquarters
if you do not know where to reg
ister Call 421 Independent
phone or 40S Bell phone
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O PRESIDENT OF BANK 0
O IS UNDER ARREST 0
O 0
O Denver Oct 25C H 0
O Boles president of the bank of 0
O Grand county at Sudphur 0
O Springs Colo has been placed 0
C under arrest by ordor of State 0
O Bank Examiner Pfeiffer on tho 0
O charge of looting the funds of O
O HIP bank of 20000 Boles has 0
O been In charge of the bank but 0
O a month Ho comes from Now 0
O Mexico where according to 0
I 0 Commissioner Pflcffer he fig 0
0 urged In several big financial 0
C deals A thorough examlna 0
I O ton of the funds of the bank 0
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MilWAUKEE
IS SAKEN
Eight Boilers in the Big
Pabst Brewery
Explode
Milwaukee Oct 25An explosion
of eight boilers In the Pabst Brow
Ing companys plant thlq morning re
sulted in thc death of one employe
the Injury of Tour others and properly
damage estimated at 250000
The cause of the explosion has not
yet been ascertained Tho explosion
reduced the power plant to n pile ot
debris and shook the city within r
radius of half a mile ot the brewery
breaking many windows One ot the
hollers was blown across the street
onto the roof of a thrcostory build
ing An elevator sixty feet In height
mal forty feet wide Just south of tho
power plant was jarred throe feat
off its foundation
One of the Injured declared the
bursting of an eighteen inch stearri
plpo carrying steam from the bat
tery of eight boilers wrecked the
power building
register tomorrow Tuesday
Cnll urj Republican headquarters
if you do not know where to reg
islor Call 421 Independent
phone or 403 Bell phone < r
DiAMONDS c
ARE LOST
They Were Accidentally
Throw Out of a Car
Window
San Frinclsco Oct25J E Chll
berg president of the Alaska Yujwn
Pac tlc exposition threw dlariTofrl
rings worth several thousand dollars
out of the window of his drawing
room on the Oregon express near
Dunsmuir Cat on his way from Se
attle to the Portola festival last week
according to a story that leaked out
at the Fairmont hotel last night
The diamonds belong to Mrs Chll
berg While on the train thinking
of the festivities which awaited her
and her husband here she decided
to clean up three beautiful rings she
had planned to wear at the Portola
feteEarly
Early in the morning she placed
them in a glass of water and set the
glass on tho window sill in her draw
ing room The window bad been
raised above the screen Then she
and her husband went to breakfast
Mr Chllbcrg returned to the room
first Dust was blowing through the
window and he decided to shut It
He noticed the glass with a few In
ches of water In It and before shut
ting the window he picked up tho
glass and threw the water out Later
Mrs Chllbcrg returned from break
fast to look after her rings
At the next station an engine and
a car were chartered and the minute
search back along the roadway be
gan But the rings still remain In
tho cinders for some tramps rich
find
findDR fRITCH
IS GUilTY
Chauffer Says Doctor
Threw Sacks Into
a Creek
Detroit Oct 25 Chauffeur Loccpii
Leach this afternoon at the csauiiua
tlon of Dr George Fritch on the
charge of manslaughter in connection
with the mysterious death of Miss
Maybello Mlllmnn testified that ho
took the physician to Ecorsc creek in
his automobile and that Dr Fritch
threw into the creek three sacks
which they brought from his office
Leach testified that on August 27
Dr Fritch telephoned for him and ho
went to soo tho doctor Ho testified
the physician told him he was In
trouble that ho wanted a friend to
help him Then said Leach Dr
Fritch asked if be knew of any deep
water readily accessible
Have you been killing somebody r
Leach said be asked him
You are not supposed to know
was the answer Loach said
Loach then arranged to como back
to tho doctors office later in the
night
When he returned according to tho
testimony Dr Fritch brought out to
the automobile three sacks They
then drove to the physicians house
where bricks were placed In tho
sacks by Dr Fritch Leach then clr
scribed the route over which he drovo
to Ecorso Crctk When they reached
the bridge over tho creek It vaa
dark and after crossing over they pro
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