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i 39TH YEAR NO 256 I I OGDEN CITY UTAH TUESDAY EVENING OCTOBER 26 J909 I LPRICE FIVE CENTS I
i ASSAS8INATON Of PllNCE TO BY I
ne 8 male bo H A REVENGEfUL KOREAN AT ARBINI
r tI clop III Other Members of the Japanese Party Are
1 W ounded = = = TokIO Is Startled by the News
It J of KiIlil1g = = = Ito a Great Statesman
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tel 1
HavlJln OcL 2GPrlnco HIrobumi
Ho was assassinated at the Tsaltsagan
I j Bray stntiou hero today at the me I
nu n I the Japaneso diplomat was ac
t hno v edging tho noisy welcome that
had greeted him as he stopped down
from the coach that ho had occupied
In the railroad train Smiling and
bow 1ng he turned to make his way
j toward tho Russian finance minister
N M Kokusoff who was awaiting hln
I L ell the station platform a few paces
distant
Siddeuly a halfdozen revolver shots
fired In quick succession were heard
JaUrc3 followed by tho cries of thoso stand
Snltell ing near the prince who had either
an Cp broii wounded or Imagined themselves
Uld set to he At the second report Princo
lo staggered and fell It was subse
ouontly found that ho hud received
thrco bullets two of which entered
dry the abdomen Prince Ito did not re
cover consciousness and died
twenty
S minutes later
ah Ai The fusllade of shots threw the
crowd Into a panic and It was some
I
time before it could bo determined i
t who besides tho prince had suffered j
When the excitement had somewhat
subsided It was found that three other
r j imMben of the party on tho platform i
led been injured j
j prInce Itos private secretary re
i vhod a bullet as did Japanese Con
q I sul General Kawakan and General
1 Manager Tanaka of tho South Man
rhurlan rallwy who had moved closer
on z ci I to tho prince as the firing began It
shingicci Is thought that these throe are not
mortally wounded
The perpetrator of the outrage was
not hard to locale as he stood de
C Oi fanlly In the crowd revolver In hand
I H > proved to bo n Korean and with
k two companions of the same nation
plitv boasted of a conspiracy to take
the life of tho former romdont gen
I eral of Korea In BaUsfactfon for the
LO alleged tyranny of tho prince over
Kor a The police pounced upon tho
Ie throe Koreans the ono who did tho i
1 shooting exclaiming dramatically
I came to Harbin for the sole pur
POBO of assassinating Prince Ito to
5DO 1t avenge my colntry
pen d i None of the three Koreans attempt
oar yi i ed to escape The assassin while
claiming to have been Inspired by a
io bun patriotic motive and to believe that
olbfo Janans wrongs to Koreans Justified
to dIP his act admitted under examination
tccoui that ho had a personal grudge against
es Ini j the Japanese statesman who while
I i rosdont general In Korea had caused
hf execution of several of the mm
dcrnrs friends It had been supposed
J Owl the protection for the prince was
i N6E adequate but tho police stated later
unable to distinguish
l that they wore
j the Koreans among the many Japan
ese who had been admitted to the rail I
I n aD way station to welcome the prince
i Prince Ito had come to Harbin to
meet M Kokovsoff tho Russian min
lstr > r of finance for what was believed
not1 to be an important conference The
not
conference wns suggested by Prince
xpedit r Ito In his capacity as president of tho
n g I privy council of Japan t
The oubjectn to bo discussed were
not definitely known to tiio public but
ru s the were supposed to concert affairs
of administration in Manchuria Ko I
losolt had before declined an Invlta i
dt O 1 J lion to visit Japan for such a confer j
ence and Harbin was agreed upon r
1 e If ns a meeting place In accepting the
Imitation the Russian minister said
f Ll political questions must be barred as
Gx hr was competent only to discuss
ass I lu aili fiscal and techJncal subjects these I
n > gs concerning the stalls of the Man
ave to U rhurlan railroad The conference had
scilm t been widely anonunccd in advance
re nUO and it was generally known whou thee
aj dD f diplomats would reach Harbl
tends K
lko
acL l j Harbin Manchuria Oct 26 o
ne Tllrobuml Ito former Japanese resi
rent ertf dent general of Korea and probably
y foremost statesman was assassinated
silo Japans
sorcr
so sassinated hero this afternoon Tues
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ti te g tS8 t day by a Korean who had followed
the H
tire qtr him bcre for the express purpose of
oed Killing him
31cl The motive of the assassin was re
IS arrested
rti enge Tho assassin was
e P i arrival
rlt t Almost Immediately on his
10 f I here and Just as Prince Ho left tho
a indo railroad car at the station tho attack
elesssi lRS made upon him
ele The venerable statesman accom
l er Fin
rl Russian Minister of
panied by
stabUt ante Kokovsoff was starting to In
tras tx k erect the guard of honor drawn up
a tab along the platform when a pistol
dr 1 6i I shot was heard Several more shots
ltW succession the
In quick
wore fired
heir D 1 bullets striking the prince In the back
> fr i1 r Prince Ito fell mortally wounded
rs na5 j Three of the princes companions
I striking
a1f also woro wounded bullets
Ie b4 1 Japanese Consul General Kavakan
D xrlf i General Manager Tannnka of tho
r
ppyO9l r South Manchurian railway and
per r Pnfcce Itos private secretary Con
Jl3 Jf bur General Kawakan is badly but
tabbe ts t sol fatally injured It Is believed
l ii IJb I The assassin was promptly HGIZCU
said he was
l1e re On being quuulloncd he I
GrsDt v a Korean I
the solo pur I
j T I came to Harbin for
r Prince Ho to
s rope of assassinating
it lArage my country the slayer told
r I JoI captors He said bo had a prr
ly sonl account < o settle with tho great
bin
f 11btij ii lapancse stnjtebujau who during
is the execution
aa 2 step in Korcp had ordered
1 ie1r 1 bon of several persons closely con
lr 1 t nected with the assnsoln
j I 1 The assassination of Prince Ito sip
outcome cf an
ill DfnrH to have been the
i y f m nrpaiilzed plot The local mUlmrltien
JvJ J who auticlratlns mime airhal of Prince
5J111 1
ItitiSe
I dm j 1
Ito wore on the lookout for suspic
ious characters yesterday arrested
three Koreans who were at the sta
tion and found to bo armed with re
volvers However the task of guard
lug the princo was rendered difficult
by reason of Japanese Consul Genor
al Kawakans request that tho rail
way officials permit all Japaneso to
enter the station to greet tho prince
The police point out that It was quite
Impossible to distinguish Koreans
from Japanese by their appearance J
The Russian minister of finance M I
Kokovaoff and the Russian military I
authorities accompanying Prince Ito I
were exposed to the same danger
from flying bullets as was tho prince I
Indeed Kokovsoff was nearer to the
Japanese envoy at the time of the
1
shooting than were those who were
wounded
Had the assassin delayed shooting
for a moment the foreign consuls
would have been In much danger as
Ito was approaching them and they I
would have been directly Ip the line
of fire
The body of the slain statesman has
already been removed homeward Tho
casket before It was placed upon the
train was covered with flowers sent
Continued on Page Five
SIN P NA
BII G CITY
As Disclosed by a Girls
Most Desperate
Plight
I
Now York Oct 20 Earl W Spen i
cer with an office In the Rookery
building Chicago has written to the
Flower hospital In this city offering
to pay the passage of Miss Edith
Thomas to her home in Sherbrooke
Quebec Miss Thomas IK the young
woman who last week attempted to
commit suicide after writing a paUlo
tin letter lo her mother saying that
the fight to exist In New York and
he good was too great and that she
preferred death lo being bad
Tho publication of the letter
brought Miss Thomas I
many new I
friends who have already provided
for hor Immediate future and as she
has left the hospital Mr Spencers
generosity has been declined
JEffRIES
r NTERESTED
Pictures of the Johnson
I
Ketchel Fight At
tracts Him
New York Ocl 26James J Jef
fries and his managor Sam Berger
have engaged the same two scats for
every afternoon In the week In the
theater where the moving picture of
the Jack JohnsonStanley Ketchel
prize fight are being exhibited Jef
fries did not attend the first showing
of tho fight pictures yesterday In this
city because of the crowds which be
sieged the place but Berger states <
that the undefeated champion of tho j
world will study tho pictures minute
ly for the purpose of learning as much I
an possible about the ring tactics of
the negro champion whom he has
promised to fight for tho title
Jeffries has been informed that
Johnson although ho han not heard
from him direct will arrive here from
Chicago on Thursday and Borger has
made arrangements to bring about a
quick conference between tho con
tenders for tho purpose of arranging
and signing articles of agreement to
light i
NEW TREATMENT
OF DISEASES
I 1
Fort Collins Colo Oct 36Wluat
iu known as the Opsonlo treatment
discovered in England several years
ago and succcHfuIIy applied to hu
mans in combatllug germ diseases Is
now being used with equal success In
treating lower animals The Ipr
inary department of the Colorado
Agricultural collcgo bns sneer fullv
deuioubtratcd it is talJ thai bores
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cattle and sheep suffering from af i
flictlons accompanied by suppuration t
are reached by the opsonic method
The discovery was made thirty days I
ago but kept secret by Dr B F I
Kaupp pathologist and Prof W G
Saokett bacteriologist both connect
cd with the college and they have j
begun the manufacture of an anti
suppuration vaccine Inoculation of I
animals suffering from fistula or sim
ilar diseases produce fluid that
weakens the disease germs and
strengthens the while blood cells so I
that they can aid In tho work of germ
destruction I
It is claimed the discovery will rev I
olutionize veterinary practlvo for cer
tain germ diseases
MAV RAY
MAYBRAYDIES
SWNDLES
I
Every Class of Athletes
Except Bali Players
Are Involved
Little Rook Ark Oct 2C Accoid
ing to charges made against the
Maybray gang under arrest in lown
for alleged swindles in various parts
of the United States prize fighters
wrestlers trjrfmeu foot raeorrl and
almost every class of athletes ex
cept baseball players have been en
gaged in gigantic deals for several
yean fleecing tho victims of various
amounts totalling above a million
The scope of the Maybrny gang Is
far reaching and some prominent
people will bo Involved boforo long
says United States Inspector J S
Swanson Wo have evidence tend
ing to show that a majority of the
wrestling matches aro framed up be
fore tho lien meet and that rnauil
boxing bouts are prearranged to
catch the sucker There will be at
least half a hundred fighters now be
fore the public that will bo drawn
Into cases against Maybray and this r
gang who seem to have worked from
coast to coast
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CLOSINfi giOTATlONSOF
WORLDS MARKETS
NEW YORK STOCKS
Amalgamated Coppor SO 3i
American Beet Sugar 45 38
American Car and Foundry 69 38
American Cotton Oil 70
American Locomotive 5S 14
American Smelting 91 5S
American Smelting pfd 111 1S
American Sugar Refining 130 12
Anaconda Mining Co 45 34
Atchison Railway 120
Atlantic Coast Line 137 12
Baltimore and Ohio 111 12
Brooklyn Rapid Transit 71 13
Canadian Pacific 1S2 18
Chesapeake and Ohio SG 3S
Chicago vi d Northwestern 1S7 1t
Chicago Mil and St Paul 155 12 I
Colorado Fuel and Iron 41 1S
Colorado and Southern 51 12
Delaware and Hudson 184 12 I
Denver and Rio Grande 16
Denver and Rio Grande pfd 83 31 I
Erie Railway 32 5S
Great Northern pfd 113
National Biscuit 112
National Lead S6 12
New York Central 132 12
Norfolk and Western 91 13
Northern Pacific 145
Pacific Mall 40 12
Pennsylvania Railway 11C 12
Peoples Gas 114 12 I
Pullman Palace Car 190 12
Reading Railway 159 12
Rock Islaud Co 37 31
Hock Island Co pfd 77 58
Southern Pacific 126 12
Southern Railway 29 31
union Pacific 19S 1S
United States Steel 87
United States Steel pfd 120 1S
Wabash Railway 19 5S
Wabauh Railway pfd 50 1S
Western Union 7G 1i
Standard 011 Company 697
Chicago Close
Chicago Oct liClo3e Wheat
Dec 101 120DS May 101 5Sa
34 July OS
COfnOel GO Dec 59 18 May
Gl 1Sall July 60 5S
Oata Dec and July 39 7S May 42
lSa4
Pork OcL 2335 Jan 1892 12
May 1865
lardOct 1235 Nov 1197 12
Jan 1117 l2all20 May 1092 12
RlbH Oct 51075 Nov 1065
Jan 995 May 990a992 12
Rye Cash 73a74 Dec 73 May 77
Barley Cash 52aG5
Timothy Oct 373 March 5910
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Sugar and Coffee
New York Ocl 2GSu tlrlliJw
firm fair fair refining 380 cen
trifugal 9G lost 54aO molasses su
gar 355 Refined steady crushe
S S5 powdered 625 granulated
515
COFFEE Firm No 7 Rio S 1S
Nominal No 4 Santos S 34
Kansas City Livestock J
Kans rUti Or tCattleRe J
eipL Jv H1 mal het btcady isa
I r L
live steers 450a50 native cows
and h ffors f225aO25 stockers and
feeders 310a500 bulls 275o175
cal vcu 350a725 western steers 3
7611525 western cows 275a425
Hogg Receipts > 17000 market
steady Bulk of sales 7IOu77U
hoa 7GUa7SUpackers and butch
ers 750a775 light 7i5a705 pigs
550a700
Sheep Receipts 10000 market
steady Muttons 39Oa170 laiuba
575a700 range wethers and year
lings 400a525 range owes 3UUa
500
Chicago Livestock
Chicago Oct 20 Cattle Receipts
estimated at 9000 market steady lo
strong beeves 39UaS90 Texas
steers 3S0a490 western steers L
25a750 stockers and feeders 300a
510 cows aud hollers 200a57u
calves G7oa900
HogsReceipts estimated at 15000
Market stca rlIght 730a7S5 mix
ed 745aSOO heavy 735aS05
rough 735a755 good to choice
heavy 755aS05 pigs < 550a730
hulk of sales 775a7Do
Sheep Receipts estimated at 28
000 market strong native S250a4
SO western 275a4SX yearlings
50a5liU lambs native 123a710
western 450a710
CHINESE COLONIES TO BE
ESTABLISHED IN TEXAS
San Antonio Texas OcL 261 the
plans of Wu Ting Fang Chinese min
ister to tho United States work oat
Chinese colonies will probably be es
tablished In Texas The minister en
route to Mexico City took occasion to
discuss what ho had seen of Texas
When I saw the flno fields of grow
ing grain as I catered tho state Dr
Vu said I thought of my couutry
men In the crowded and frozen north
of the United States and I have boon
wondering why more do not come to
Texas where rico can be grown If
possible I will stop on my return trip
and investigate conditions for the
purpose of colonizing Chinese here
8tlDNESS
Of RACE
Even Women Are Now
Becoming Bald Hat
Shock Go
Chicago Oct 26Unless hat are
abandoned the race will be bald in
six generations
This Is the opinion of Dr A Guild
a cousin of former Governor Curtis
Guild of Massachusetts who is a vis
itor here
Men and women must go barehead
ed if they would prevent universal
aloppcia said Dr Guild Men arc
to blame for the baldness which is
becoming apparent In women The
disease Is hereditary Fathers arc
bald and their sons early display sim
ilar tendencies Where one or two
successive generations have little hair
on their heads It can almost be taken
for granted that the next generation
will bo prematurely bald
AVIATOR FALLS I
TWENTY FEET i
Doncastle England Oct 6At the
aviation meeting yesterday Mr bob
Ion fell twenty feet but was not hurt
Ills machine was wrecked I
His fall was an act of selfsacrifice
Ho was flying at a low clovaticn
when the wind suddenly whirled the
machine around and drove it lowaiJ I
the spectators Lcblon had oul
only oue I
Instant to choose rising almost ver
tically aL great risk of himself or of
crashing Into the onlooks without
barn to him He choose tho former
course
There was barely room between
the machine and the crowd for the
aeroplane to rise but Leblons prompt
manipulation of the gear jUt enabled
It to do so and it cleared the heads
of mho spectators whisking off tho
hats of men In tho front row
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CHINA MAKING I
REA T A
New York Oct The Chinese II
always have a moral to every story
they arc a moral pooplp and their I
religion of Confuclsm is a most mor
al religion according to Isaac Beck
land a member of the University of
Pekln In an address last night m
China ho said Is the mont wide
011011 country in the world today and
this Is due to Introduction of Chris
tianity The streets of Pcklu are as
well lighted as the streets of New
YorkThere I
There are telephones all through
the royal apartments In Pekln and the e
women delight to gossip over the tel 11
ephone
OLD MANS STORE I
SVEPT BY fIRE I
Chicago Oct 6ThCl quiet and
methodical business career of IX W
Stockwell a pioneer merchant of Au
rora in buslmiPs at the same stand
for 55 years was closed In a fire that
swept his store yesterday
Not a customer had darkened the
donrr of the old mans stun for ten
ojrs but In came to Ms place of
business regularly each day and rc I
f
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f VE CllDREN BURNED TO DEATH
IN A PRESBYTERIAN ORPHANAGE
I
I raalned from S In the morning until
I G at nIght
Mr Stockwell nearly SO years old
I looked on as the store burned and ox
i pressed no sorrow though he had not
J a cent of Insurance and the building
and goods were valued at 12000
i METel isooo
IN SKUIT
But Still Too Remote
to Be Seen With the
Naked Eye
Now York Oct 2G Halleys comet
Is now so near the earth that It may
I be observed in a short time through
an ordinary telescope according to re
ports received from different astro
nomical observatories
Although It has been speeding to
ward the earth with a tremendous
velocity ever since it was first redis
covered on the night of September 11
I It Is still far too remote to be seen
with the naked eye But Harvard col
I observatory has Issued a bulletin
stating that Prof E B Barnard of
I the Yorkes obsscrvatory obtained Is
m observations of It on the 17th and
19th of this month On these two
dates Prof Barnard found that the
comet was not fainter than the 13 12
magnitude having a diameter of 15
Kpcoudg and while It exhibited no
elongation It was less definite and
brightening in the middle
WOMEN OF DENVER
IN DIVORCE CLUB
Denver OcL Dissatisfaction
over the decision of the Judges of the
debate concerning the question
AvotHer o woman is happiest on tha
clay she Is married or tho day she la
divorced caused such Illfeeling
among certain members of a club
said lo he devoted exclusively to di
vorced women that they violated tho
rule of secrecy Imposed on members
and talked to outsiders thereby per
mitting II to become generally know
that such a club really existed It IB
said that plans arc afoot to nation
alize the organization
Time organizer of tho club is said
to bo a prominent Denver divorcee
Thirty members are enrolled and a
constitution and bylaws have been
adopted and officers chosen One of
the qualifications for membership It
hi said is that applicants must be reg
ular recipients of 100 monthly ali
mony Attacks upon lire character
of an applicant unless shown to bo
untrue form a bar to membership
I Weekly luncheons arc held at
I which discussions concerning the
I marriage state and divorce are en
SHied In and it war at the nicotine
Sunday last that the debate occurred
which resulted in a division of senti
ment and may result in breaking up
of the organization
I
MADE ASSISTANT TO
SUPERINTENDENT BAILEY
I Ss
A C Smith for the past several
months chief Inspector for the Ogden
Rapid Transll company hes been ap
pointed assistant superintendent of
I
the entire system Mr Smith will bo
the chief assistant to Superintendent
Joseph W Bailey who in addition lo
his duties in the building of the Plain
City and the cannon extensions of tho
system Is directing the building of
the Logan street car line
Before coming to the Ogden com
pany Mr Smith was empliycd by the
Utah Light Railway company In the
rallrway department as dispatcher He
has been a street car motorman and
conductor and knows the ins and outs
of the street car business
I
COLLISION AT LARAMIE
CAUSE DEATH AND INJURY
i Ch > cMiHC Wyo Oct 90n man
was killed and two seriously Injured
at Laramie today when a switch en
give In the Union Pacific freight yards
collided with some freight earn J I
Grimes switchman is dead The in
jured are Engineer A J Mulhernc and
Fireman K Drencus The injured
wore taken to Cboycnne
I
PASSENGER AGENT CLAPP i
TRANSFERRED TO FRESNO
Rono Nov Oct Annoncement
was made In Reno today that E W
Clapp who has been district freight
and passenger agent for the Sothorn
Pacific company in Nevada for the
past two years has been transferred
to Fresno Calif where he will hold
a similar position Ho will leave
Ibis city for Fresno on November 1
Mr Glapp will bo relieved at thin
place by J F lIIXEon of Los Ang
eles where for ome time Mr Hixson
has held responsible positions for time
Soihern Pacific
Annouceiuont was also made of the
promotion of C P A Ixmergan who I
hs boon assistant engineer for the I
Solt Lake division to hat of assist
ant piiiierlntcndcut of the 3Iotana di
vision J
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One Little Girl Had Escaped the Flames When
Learning That a Younger Sister Was
Inside She Ran Back
Lynchburg Va Oct 2GFhe chil
dren lost their lives early today in a
fire that destroyed the girls cottage
of the Presbyterian church orphan
age here
The victims were all inmates of the
nursery Tho dead
Ruby Mooreflcld Lynchburg
Lucllo Moorofleld Lynchburg
Mamie Reynolds Bath Count Va
Mario Hickman Campbell county
Virginia
Mary Poolo McDowell county Va
It was Impossible to rescue the
children who perished Ruby Moore
field was taken out of tho building
but when she ascertained that tho
younger sister was still Inside sho
ran back
j Time fire was discovered by Mrs
Priest the cook when tbo entire
basement and first floor wore envel
oped Mrs Priest rushed to the
Ii
third story and brought fifteen chil
dren down to the second floor lend
I ing them to tho veranda whero they
were taken down a ladder or dropped
t
Into the arms of boy students of tho
Institution
I When the students were nil safe
Mrs Priest had to jump for her life
and wan badly injured
RAILROAD
MAN fALLS
IN PIT
J A ME SiwJIE U AN 1rY B EAJSS sJJ J5
LEFT LEG
He and a Follow Workman Were En
gaged In a Friendly Contest at
Time of Accident
I
While engaging In a friendly bout
I with a fellow workman at Imlay Nc
Arada at G oclock last evening James
Delaney In the Southern Pacific con
I struction department fell In an ash
pit and broke his left Jog between
the anklo and the knee Ho was re
moved to tho division hospital of tho
I company at Lovelocks where the in
i jured member was set by tho com
i pang surgeon
According to the report received at
i the office of Superintendent Manson
i Delaney and one of the other em
i ploycs engaged In the building of tho
i oil storage tank had just quit work
1 and wore going to the boarding
house They engaged In a friendly
bout and then started to run De
laney ran across the turntable and
fell Into an ash pit which was about
three feet deep HIs friend who was
pursuing him seeing him fall was
soon at his side and with other em
I ployes lifted the injured man out of
the pit and carried him to the de
pot where ho was placed upon a
I train
No blame is attached to any of the
cmploves for the accldenL
TOKIO IN GLOOM
I Tokio Oct 26Gloom prevails in
the city following the receipt of the
news of the assassination of Prince
I
Ito at Harbin Details were lacking
tonight and were eagerly awaited It
is said the prince receIved three
I wounds
When the foreign office received tho
I news It immediately notified the cabi
net many of whom hastened to the
foreign office These included Gen
eral Terauchl the minister of war
1 The Princess Ito was notified at Olse
their country home ot the death of
i her husband Their eldest sou Hlro
kunl Ito is in London A younger
son BunkichI Is engaged to a daugh
ter of Premier Kntsurn
The foreign office is besieged by In
quiries these including all tho diplo
I mats accredited to Japan among
whom the prince was popular
JEFFRIES IS EAGER
I
New York Oct 26The battle of
the heavyweights James J Jeffries
and Jack Johnson will bo arranged
before the end of the week if the pub
lic demands of the two principals arc
borne onot Johnson and his man
ager Georgo Little are expected here
Thursday when the match will be
made
In the meantime Jeffries keeps hard
at work on tho road and in gym
nasium here with his sparring part
ner Sam Berger 1
I a meager to get a crack at John
son and I hope bo will appear and
sign up the articles Jeffries said to
day Wo wont stop for any undue
ceremonies and I am willing to meet
him for the go at any reasonable time
and place
HE HAD THE BIGGEST
FUNERAL SEEN IN KENOSHA
Kenosha Wis Oct 26Thc dying
wish of Francisco Andrealn was grati l
fied yesterday when ho bad the big
gest funoral ewer soon here
I The man had 1200 saved from
years of labor and when bo found
that ho was going to die ho asked I
that all bo spent for a funeral A
brass band of forty pieces preceded G
the twentysix carriages
The church will receive several
hundred dollars for masses
I
STORY OF UNCOVERING
AMERICAN PLOT DENIED
Salt Lake OcL 25 Parley P Tea
son secretary of tho Republican city
committee and Ben T Lloyd chair
I man of the Cltl cn3Demo ratio com
mittee deny a story to be printed in
the Smoot Hemorrhage to the effect
that a plot had been unearthed by
which Americana Intended to attempt
to keep the names of furlon candi
dates off tho tickets in tho third and
fourth wards Mr Jenaon said his
committee had no complaint to make
of the officials who had done their
hest to see that tho law was complied
with They pointed out some slight
irregularities said Mr Jenson
Those were remedied and the tickets
were filed That settles the whole J
matter
Mr Lloyd said that City Attorney
Dinninny and City Recorder Morotou 1
had treated his committee with over
courtesy and fairness calling attention
1 lr n
lion to some slight matters in connec
tion with tho ticket that were at
once adjusted
The city recorder han been at great
pains in connection with the filing of
the tickets which owing to fusion
attempts have been somewhat com
plicated He has assisted the com
mltteos of each party In every way
in his power and the city attorney has
boon at hand to advise in each case
as to how the tickets and cortlficatos
should bo drawn The result Is that
all tickets are filed without difficulty
The plot uncovered by t113 jjnior
+ rlfago Is off1 CfioHTuno plane wltlflts
other campaign stories Including
those of Illegal rcgUtratlon manu
factured from whole cloth
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SEEK SEPARATION
AFTER THIRTY YEARS
Salt Lake Oct 25ArLer more
than thirty years of married life Ja
and Anna Meter found that they could
no longer live together and decided
to separate Judge C W Morse of
the district court this morning gram
cd a divorce to the husband tho wife
consenting to tho entrance of her de
fault Meter charged cruelty and will
ful desertion At all times he said
I she expressed for him antipathy and
I contempt and would go for days with
out speaking to him breaking her si
lence only to abuse him Finally on
April 15 by throats and violence sho
drove him from their homo
The couple woro married on No
I vember 1C 187S and have five jon
the oldest 28 years and the youngest
IS years It was stated that on April
f last they had divided the property
so only a simple divorce was granted
FUNERAL OF WARREN FOSTER
Salt Lake Oct 25 Agreeable to
the request of Warren Foster funer
al services were held Sunday morn
ing at 10 oclock In the Odd Fellows
temple after which the corpse wa
accompanied to the railway station by
lodge No 1 in full regalia and ship
ped to Denver for cremation on the
1205 train
The services were attended by a
largo number of people and con
sisted of rending the Masonic ritual
after which he alluded to the Idea of
universal brotherhood as dominating
the dead mans life
The Rev Thurston Brown then
spoke at length on the simplicity and
sterling honesty ot tho man The
city quartet sang the songs Mr
osier expressed a wish to have sung
at his funeral They Avero Nearer
my God to thee and When the
mists have rolled away
TAKING OF TESTIMONY IN
MERGER CASE POSTPONED
Washington OcL HTho taking of
testimony for the defense in the dis
solution of the merger suit of the gov
ernment against tho Union Pacific
company and other railroads has been
postponed until January 3 according
to Information received by the at
torney general today The postpone
ment was requested by the defense
at Cheyenne Wyo Saturday and was
proposed by special counsel Sever
Hnco for the government Judge Van
I deventer of the United States circuit
court granted the postponement on
I condition that the defense complete
their evidence by March 19
DAUGHTER OF A VANDEDBILT
HAS AN ARM BROKEN
Now York Oct 26furtel eldest
daughter of Mrs W K Vanderbilt
was thrown from her pony yesterday
sustaining a fracture of the right
arm The accident happened on the Van
derbilt estate at Wostbury L I
while tho three children Muriel Con
suella and W K Vanderbilt m were
exercising their ponies
MISTOOK HIM FOR A RABBIT
Elgin III Oct 26Jobn Rourb
was shot while hunting by a friend
who mistook him for a rabbit lie
UPS seriously although probably not
fatally injured lr 0
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