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Sji r . . . . - - - r ( f ( SAW RUN JV TO TtfET BET SCO FeWNC A SO G EE THAT I 1 (JUl-0 Ar i " ' . 1 i tdditional Sporting News I ITS PIE ID rest Man in America Meet Champion of upland in New York, national News Service. TOHK, April 86. Packcy Mc of Chicago, considered the des ign in America, will do batilc for nSfja tomorrow evening ;ii the Athletic club willi Matt Wells, Mtwelght champion of England. ya, wlilic posing as lightweights, members of our lightweight class. Bj weigh In at I3E pounds at 3 which will bring them In the ring 13S poupds. mjounter will mean a inceling of the fastest men of their size in rid. It will not be n. hard light, tually a duel of science. McFar JBfb the reputation of never hav t R battle Wells has a few de charged to his record, but not to cut much figure. rdliiK to the terms. McFarland celvp jio.ono for his appearance, Ik gamblinp, on the show He is 50 pei- cent of the house and of ivlng-pleture privilege, and out of m he is to give McFarland $ 10,ooo, will not leave him very much. The irnsn was more than willing to he allowance so as to get the op ty to tight Paokey. sporting world McFarland ruins 1 favorite. He is forced Into the I of first Choice for the reason f has been fighting steadily. On er hum!. U!1 was skk for many in England, and this is his first trice flnoe lie recovered. i's absence from the ring and his ego of Illness are expected to In greatly with his judgment of dis Jid also to have a. deterrent effect speed as ihe battle progresses. ;e jp Hallows Sports t board of director? of All llillon!' MtileMc 10(1 ttgltlon I! mcf. tonight, nfler the Granite Jl M tehenl KiTii' n gl'uflt Tamils hh pe. IH ttio follow Inn officers ' Mir President, the itcv .lo-nph solllvan. r('1ml Pr-,r"" I' i'f I. outran . i rctrj- twuur.-, IV ! i-.cp'i MofT M Th Eoourl tll I.' rr?f:.: r r. i tup fniilly 1.1U- Bl r4 filcndk nf IV inlrp 1(0(8 bt ptotr .... ,..,..( on !::,!! (his fter- HUni fiom il,r p. op.i.iforv il'p.n i nirnt. ! oh', ?I 'ln''h" Tostr4ll bT a ' ' flluruii tn- ii- . a.'irrrioon'a blii"ltll gTT) 1 a '1 bt. I.-, l .-1 1 1 , 1 . , .i Vv , .-'rp-irns or HHt, p! l, ; pv fir.-i ba'. Miller. : K8 Tuliii. Oiini bmic- r.o.lc!. oenter jtllllr o . i k 1 fl'.-l'J Hcoiel or A HJ flII : Sullivan. Khortstop. Com PU the . rj, i. i.r. h.ifpinan, l laid BMlh npruiiiv wriat n1 111 b out of f VBf"" for n,e time. Tin tarn la In Ann TBtn ami all arc re&dv for a fooJ coutrit KftHf"00" rutliPAT FALLS AND ita9GDEN P, AV roDAY k WtP tr'1 :v-Ord.n anil r;ra'. l-'a',U tll l Jl I o ' ' fluiii" '.-ill pa rallM i I SO y BJ"'1 r'lne io v pUth Mop-iar rt ila1 i Irnj laiion :.elrdu that the .Blflllelan.i ware offnmVI br Hi n'tton of jj .HP0 "ball aitaorlallon la farurlng lha oo! bi(rla for In j , , ' C n ' 0 Hra'Je. To allay the erroneous 'fetBi s"'reui; A. t'orl of (If nmulclans' ' 'f'"' 'S?'1"' aulemcot loduy flm-lurlnj (h( iL 'JBt. " n,T'''l,1 objection and (liat (h S :t ... W In riiM,.n StlWSEBALL HHIRLSS SUES CLUB'S BOSS CMl Hi'15, A',,1 - - t' A ptelnlntfir. pral- Loniw National baaeball "Jut. In- P'Te'i Mh.i Mrri Roblaon'a aill( In r BWKmu ! '' 'r':r'1' rn ""onipel him to 'ranafar CKf of tv rlub i-toi-k to har nama Mils hUo 'n,,'""l 'hn a'o-k f-om M. stanler T'jkfff4 .V 1 ?'elnli.ei rv.,. (hot i a'Jmlliiati a- 'uWi '" ,n vo,e th HK t'"0 f. --.fter RoMann'a rir-.Th Tl, yy'" s VoMr. Mra liln Prlt- k TDBS? 'ilie'l'ed lliroe fonrtha of tli stoi-lr. I rVltlll (tinlnrr Of rH scHOC)l. BOYS mshoot FOR MLDALS V(h irhoot bora alio( for Junior marki Waia yatarlay, In orjar (o rjuallfr for T '' tii"laU boy rmiut ahoo( at laaat fsf . ."c n' 2 pron Thirty-Io ouallne.l llBr.t rl,'Tfly Krank MrCiirrty was hlifh fm IKfj.1"" "hno;li. makl: s 60 out of a poa 1 "anilliiB anl So out of a poaalbla F Wk: TVl 'who 'I"""""' for lb mnoalu r total atanrlniK totlowa: fCyy !"0 Bllo H fiV it'V Law la H3 ,rti"n ' fohnaon 8.', UgtU" Ws n nOtnKa. 7 lv CO inBr M BtN S3 Hlll(Bn 1,7 Rydalrh v; C E " nrrtl st T Armatrona M K' u eumrr . m K Mayra dl lajiEf , :, Slagl ... aa jVrtyK,B '"Irkw 7 WtS1 l" frtr ,he rarkaman anrl eUra rawUli. TMs wilt Uka plao next BEAN BELIEVES HE HAS GOOD "PRELIM" WIHard BwO, who n .1 prfllr rooI ..UiIb' of boifra. la mot Ilian favorably lmpifasr.il with th work of Vln IInti, who, JtlSl lo Veep In tralnlrxc. ba been boxlnc with .Tai'k l.eon. rier .la-k?on and n few other nthlete.t ai the San- OyL Paan avers nelllicr .larkon or Leon i: a madh for Hansen who will box lai-k Butnoll at the rolonlol in (he preliminary bou( when Tally Johns anil Jlmmj Reipon rlaslj. .Taok McDODOUgh. the OJtttnilBtlC malinger of .lehP'. also batt taken Binnoll under liln wlnj; Od Is toutlnj; him aa a winner. "Vou know I don't pl-l( loaerr." he modaatly writes lo Dean, "and this boy Bnmell Is a won der After he Is even In your i-lty onre he will be a favorite. ': ELIMINATION TRACK MEET IN OGDENj SPM la I (o The Tribune. OGDBNi April IB. Wi(h four teatnn null cvouly matched as lo ability, the students of (he Oden high srhool are having considerable difflrultv m jeleitln? the .champion team by means of an IntarolMp scries. In addltloti to d"idlnij the rlnsii superiorly the (timet ai o giving OoMD George Brown an opportunity lo nele' t material from which to ptck the rlub of high lichnol players An elimination (rack meet will be held at the high school tomorrow afternoon for the pui -pono of aeleotlns: Ogdn contestants at the state field meet. Each class Is lo have four men In eah of the relay races. HURLEY OUTSLUGS FRANK LOUGH RE Y Bt International News Ser-ylr.e. NEW YORK, Apd! IS. tattling Hurley of Pa.sc. N, J., oulslugred Frank I.oughrey of Philadelphia In (he (en-round windup at th National Sporting club inDlghl. Three quarter? of (he time the ben Mood toe to loe. slugging away for all (hey were worth. Most of th time Hurley was the aggressor and forced th Quaker lad to break g.-ouud Hnrley won simply through hcer strength. He made It a bat tie at clone quarters and kept, crowding his man, despite Ihe latter s Jabs and hooka to keep him off. There were no knockdowns, though Hurley flipped down In the last round Flying to Break Record. PARI?. Apill IS. Jules Vedrlner, wloner of th Pari-fo-Madrld tflatlQD race in ISM. started this evening In a HO. horsepower monoplane for a trip from Paris to Bryeels and Madrid. He covered the flri Mage from VlllacouMey to Pouay In one hour and for'.y miDUfes. Vedrloe-t will resume his journey tomorrow. Banker Morgan's Title in Danger. ST t.OUIS. April J6 John Daly of New York, the challenger, won the Aral block tonight in his match for (he world's three-cushion billiard chnniploni.il I p fiom John Horgan. th title holder, by a n-or of Ro lo 39. Th match was How and ll took nlne(y-sevn Innings for Daly 10 gel his fifty pointer His high run was 4. and Koraas s American Association No Kama solisdolsd yesterday in American association UNIVERSITY RECEIVES MANY VISITORS TODAY The University of rtah will entertain the faculty and the members of the sen ior elass of the Salt Lake. )iffh school nt the university toilay. ("lasses will he dismissed so that the. visitors may ar rive an the campus tit 11 o'clock. In cluding the students and the faculty there will be- about 175 present. These will he divided Into groups of ten each and each group will be afinl,'ned to some university student who was formerly a high school Htudent. At ii "" the visitors will he conducted to tbe assembly hail, wiicr an hour's meeting will he brrj Ther will h twenty minutes devoted (o speaking during which Mm President Klngsbury PrlncTpal Baton. Presldanl Qardener of the V't-ih student body and Kdnx. Hull will speak. The remainder of tho nour will he plven over to th university or chestra, th hand and the choir. iiMer th tnr-otlnc the students a.nd their teachers will he laken to hincri In the college caftrla. after which the diffreril groups will he shown about th-, pr-hoo' until 4 o'clock In the afternoon. From i until 6 a matinee dance will be given in the gymnasium, under tho m parvision of fiean Van Cott of the unt verslty women. RAILWAYS WILL NOT GRANT AN INCREASE By IntematlonsJ N'w;-. Service XFOV YORK, April 1'5 --Grand Chief Warrafl Stone of tho Brotherhood of .promotive, Engineers, after a conference, todav with Judge Martin A . Knapp Of the commerce court and I'n'ted States Iabor r'..niinlssloner Charles P. KOilli lht th matter of nrbltratinc the dlfput h tween UlS railway managerp and the engineers would be aubniltted to ihe cons mil tfl of fifty eastern divisions of -n-trlne drivers for a vote. "We have been discussing various method-- of settling the difficulty between th engln drivers and the railroads,' said Commissioner Nein. Beyond this Mr. N'elll and Judge Knapp declined to Bay anything Of the result of their effort al mediation. 5oih ATr. N'elll arid t C Stuart, rep resentative of the railroad managers, were a3ked if there had been any talk of s eonewiilon to th engine drivers In the matter of wagn. to which Mr. Stuart replied: . ''Positively not. we are on record as regards that We cannot afford to grant any Increase "! When asked If the ouestlon of a gen eral hoard of arbitration had been dis cussed thev bot'n rofuned to answer, and other questions put tO thm were met with silence. Grant Files Report, Police Chief Grant reported yesterday to the city commission that the matters to which attention was recently called by the c'ub women of the city have received the attention of his department and the ordinances relative to sidewalk sweeping, expectorating on sidewalks, etc. nie be ing rlgidlv enforced. The chief's report was received end filed without comment. (P5 J) jm I ' OAT A OA SAVJ 'TMt icM.ME7-,Gfa- Tf (i E l ix3L aSrF,H AMANSMctrje imisiTSFissr 1 TAnorv. RuineS ot-mS WHV Norser A UTTLE fr ruDVrNO- ABoor EfOER DOWV VUter TAft AOWrtcr tJSJt 70 H0UJ IH OPOET AS 10. eV JTKtt TC ME MUST have "SrTaEajcVMtO ( IQ0VN A Nfr UTJl Off, KQvSTnOKi HN Pop CA rrfV liDPnnL T'cr:eT' . votiuweoTOMrVrN CH(RT pop RAISE 7D HEV VOU fTHTHe SlU: -y ILieVHIiPElZ. ,T as. CARE OOVNfV - THEN POP'ME JA0 OLE THE S??e.J, THEU rt &A9B50 THE PAfiLMMFHT 0 COCK Mu;7A ,B4?H) AGoar HE OrO evrNO TM-Tri JLeTUPHS) JCfi.) 1MOJE BOEk OctUf THEN fWeTTOcerTArCEA- vXH.jeiteD. IF FLovmEf DRc? TVfet feTALi WE NQufftCD . If fS THL IFATHo. HA7TXBTE COAX5MCD? NlS-Sf -JPPi WHV DO TWeV WENT DAFFV 0Vft t rATrfcR OF VAfATCW ? 1 WOULO Yot CALL HM A NAULHU(' HE ' CATCH TMAT JOPT B04LE StM VV A.iL 1 -ro ipse- nr" 0ArRM 0p Sep AT oI-ka . T Nf ' WITH 551A arsscr' s-th ssvasg , ' : News of Intermountain Region MYSTERY ENVELOPS SH00TIN&J1. IDAHO Young Couple Wounded, Man Being' Badly Hurt, Accident or Attempted Suicide ? Special to The Tribune. UOISLC, Ida. April 86. Shot through the bodv. the ball barely missing htfl heart, and piercing the lower Ipbe Of his left lung, JaineP Green, a young man, is Ivlng at. St. Lukes hospital In a precari ous condition. while Miss Gibbons, a prominent young woman with w horn he drove to Star yesterday morning, was badly wounded in the arm. in what is reported to have been an accidental shooting at the home of Mrs. Gibbons, n'r Under. Dr. NauglS of Star attend ed the Injured couple, li Inclng both to this city this evening He removed th bullei from ihe arm of Mies Gibbons ;md she is now at her home nn Broadway, while young Orean Is reported to ho doing as well aw could b expefed when so seriously wounded. Relatives refuse to tHlk of rhp shoot ing. The injured young lady declares thai Green did not know the revolver was loaded and. placing It against bis heart, made some .ji.klng remark about shoot ing himself. She tried to take the gun away, whn t suddenly exploded, the bullet striking Green and then passing through her arm. The authorities lxllev tho shooting was caused by Jealously and thai Green threatened to tak his life because his sw:eethe,irl would not submit to bis attentions. Idaho Falls Notes. Special lo The TrlSUOS IDAHO FALLS, April A 1 1, I' Si in-Oipor-atlin hav bou fllrd with Hn COUDt dra nf Bonneville county for the W L. Brou Kl Ea'ata A Mortjag rompaor. The main offir of th company In In Salt t.ak ciiy. anl a tuancli mil jliortly be opoiiei here With C W, Miilhill SI manerer The company har a rapt tal nock of im.finn stockhoMerx are I K. WeU, MMU'b'iry Vt ; W I. Brown, Salr I,k II, A ThOttlSS. BstlSBSrTi VI : C. W. Muibsll, lOalm Fallr. nrl Mary L Brown. Sail Lake S!itn hun'lre'l tti of atrle were hlpp l from ihla point yer.terrtay hy a local bnrnr. tli" cattle (to to the Orcon marV'.. The total laODO1 vatUStlsn of Fremont eount for la Riven a $21,717,276 to a loi-ent re port niao public b lb countj clerk of thai county, aa t;ln't 7,KI,SM In 190 ftailrnan are a'Cfix"! a'. I7. I."0. th Vt tern nlon at Hi'..:;';. Pen Telephone t ;.r,4i. pAtnntoi undi. .it tlO,218..'7i, city anil town Iota i H7."...".47. ealtla at UUiBTB: sheep ul ICtt.fiS, borne at ITiS.VJo. farm marlilnery at JC4.;on and merchan dise at iW.K'it. Pass Drug Store Ordinance. Special to The Trlhuna FRO0, April 3.V Th c(t comm(alonera at their regular aepjlon last nlpht pssssd an ordi nance "for t.h'i licensing of drurrlMs and phar maclfta. and reaulatlnit the ratne ' The ordi nance KlvM tha chlaf of police fre BCCSSI to and peirnlaaion lo lUSPSCt all loonit,. apavtmenta and placea of vfry kind connected with tha bualneaa of drugrlata and pliarmaclala. nud (Clvs, tho board discretionary powera In granting of llrenfn The commlilon may rfuaa to granl a Ilcanae to anv druRglat who ban been BOB vtcted of vlelatlnu any of th ordinance of Provo fit;-. Th.,- lloeOSS tSS to bS paid each rjuartni a Hied h) the ordinance in aa follows On a locK ,,r MOM or over. I13.W: ISOOO and under $(iei ftO; H'KiO and under l.'ifirH). tl; 3iX)0 and under tlMO. U: ItofX) and under tlf'A 17, $1Q0 and un der )20M, U ; under SJ000, $. Ul CI GIRDLE GLOBE WITH ASPHALT Professor Merrill Makes In teresting Development Day Speech. Special lii The Tribune. LOGAN. T tah, April 2i. That there Is 'nniigh asphalt, material in Utah. Uintah basin, to build a forty-foot wide asphalt road around the world, waa one among many startling statement made by Prof. j. A. Merrill at today s Utah day cele bration al the Agricultural College of Utah. Among other things Professor Morrill paid-. "Utah can supply from five to ffven times as many Inhabitants as ihe nnw pnfisr.y.sec. She has ava.ilahle i fin. ooo ooo. non tons f coal; her soli is among the- most fertile in the world: reclamation projects to be oompleted within a ar or eighteen months will throw under cultivation iiai'lv lOO.ftoO acres of land She will Ultimate)? be come the grreateai smeller center of the world, she rBls twenty-three bushels Of Wheat per a.ere. while the average i Id of tiie United :-tatris only thir teen; she raises foriv bushels of oats per acre, against thirty-one United Slateal averace; in potatoes she outranks Colo rado by twenty-eight bushels per acre. I l.'tah producing eighty four and Colorado rlfty-flve Utah raises 14.5 tons of sugar1 beets per acrp, the averaeTe UWted I StAtea ;, leld tie.lng onlv D T tons. Yai in the face of ail this marvelous I 'natural mineral and agricultural wealth she Increased -nlv 85 per cent in popu lation In ten yars. v. hlie Idaho Increased ' I'M pr cnf. Xada 9. Wyonilne ofi. Arizona and Colorado 2. "T'tah contains more resources than , I any similar area In th country, conse quently the estahlishmeni of the Utah Development leagu and of Utah day is highly commendable " " Y . isrueison. in a careful paper, iileaded for the establishment of per manent system of agriculture. whieh would mn continuous soil fertility- in ' Utah. One of the most pieaxlnc numbers op the programme was a paper b Miss Ma Mo Holmgren on "What i"tah Day Means j to Utah People." Tintic Aerie to Coinbrat. ,-pe- 111 tO Tli Tribune 1 RURSKA. April H Bsluvdsi 'HI h gals ,l(t with the member of TtBtlC ere. No CJ 7. I rintern.il ord: Of KrI They will hav a big celebration and a rlaaa initiation The d- rr v. , bx conferred by the derre inm of Salt ! EaSS arl" Mical train will be run from t),e capital city for the occasion. following the Initiation 'he VIVOS of the local member will ecrv I bauque' at lbJ Miners' UOlOB hH. prSOSdlBf WhlOB a miifclcal and lltcrarj propraiiime. uiterperaed with ad I i!rer by promlSSnl members of the order. Will I ba given Tbla Initiation will bilng the niomber i shin' of th local acrle to ever 2oft. Old-Tlme Miner Dies. KpefUl to Th Tribune. EVREKA April Zh -Isaac Pariah, an old tlm miner of Tlntlc district, died at Las Vagas, Nci 1 last rrldSj Tt was flfty eara of age and leaves xllow and flv childien Mr Wonh'- of Fu- ieka, Florence. Rlva, Thelnia and Earl Farlsh I TfaO b04y waa brought to BqTOkS and funeral servl,e wena ronducted fiom th Odd Fallow j hall t his. aficrnuoTi under th ausyleea of Eu- I refce iod, No. z. I BARNEY D'NEIL TO BE BROUGHT BACK Requisition Papers Issued by Idaho Authorities tor the Former Banker. Special to The Tribune BOISK. Ida . April 25. Uciulsllion pa pers for the return of Bernard I'"- 0 'Natl, former president of the state Hunk of Commerce of Wallace, under indi tment, who was held for requisition by the Ca nadian government, were issued late to day out of the office of the attorn "y general, Warden John 8nOOk will leave tonight for Washington, where the- papers hearinc the seal "f the stut Of Idaho will be presented to the secretary of ?tate and later the paperf Will b taken to ihe minister of Justice at Ottawa, where they win he given his approval Mr. Snook will then tn fn Va rieom er, B. Cm where he ,:ie O'Neil Uii" custody and return whit inm to Wal lace, With th Issuance of requisition papers the extent 6f the damaging evidence nKainst O'N'ell runes to light. Tn hlfi deposition. Edgar Smith Wman now Of Portland former cashier, declares that O Nell had access to the hank hOOkl B 1 all tfmea; that he made alterations in the report .submitted to th stnte bank examiner and at his rejueHi Wyman signed the alfidnlt to the report that it tsas true "I objected to O'Nell making such a false report.'' pays Wyman in ids deposition, "and obieted to signing It In partli-ular. but he told me that no one would be the wiser, that we would not dare to show our overdrafts: for they would net look good to the public" PROVO OBSERVES UTAH DAY Elaborate Programme Carried Out, Many Inspiring Speeches. Special to The Tribune. PRovn. Apni 25 i n. it the auspices of the Development league and the Provo Commercial club g mass meeting "t the ci tir.eti..; was held In v.iikc hall Of the B, v. university tonight to celebrate "i tah Development Day." The celebra tion hud the Indorsement of olvJc and municipal organizations, and the haii was crowded to it" capacity, each one Im bued With the spirit "f boosting for t'luh and Utah county Besides th mass meeting cer.i.se: wore held in the city schools appropriate to the occasion Al the Central school building the pioneers and handcart vet nans were the guests of honor In an entertainment given by the schools, slsted hv the Daughters of the Pioneers , I'rul'. Lrt-vl tsdgar Voung of the 1'. of U. was the principal speaker at the exercises In the central sehool in tho forenoon, and In the afternoon a banquet wne provided for the assembled throng, presided over by the Daughters of th pioneer-. The full programme carried out at tii mass meeting In the B Y. university wn as follows: sfUSiCi university choir: Invoca tion Prof Alfred Osmond; music, R- Y. I" band: reading. "Home" (Whltnev . Sudors Eggertben; address, the Rev. P. A. Stmpkln! music, selected, Prof. A- C. Lund and Clare Reed; sentlmenta by prominem citizens members of the fac uity and representatives of the student body. I At Ihp eXerclSSS in the university dur ing the forenoon short talks were made I bv David Bvang of l.oe Angeles. Jesse i knight and T N Taylor of Provo. and sentiments wtjre offered by David Wilson, EX-PRESIDENT THE ! SUBJECT DE DEBATE (Continued from P?.e One.) from ills desk and took position I i center aisle Of the senate, where, he said he "i OUld he more impartial as between parties and factions. ' and entered Into e good-natured lecture to the Republi cans One of the ' ' Uplif ters. ' ' Senator Bristow he referred to as one of the chief upllfters of The present time, who still was opposed to lifting the lid from administration secrets. Mr. Bristow Insisted thai he had been misunderstood. Senator Williams discussed the corre spondence made public yesterday nd then touched on the "third term. ' "Arp you goln to come out for a third term?" he demanded. "Are- you going to forget what Washington. Jefferson. Jackson Lincoln and lfcKnle did and said.' Ate you going to put all thai be hind you because of a little keynote phrasing?" Senator Nelson Interjected that his sympathies would be v Ith the Denioci atc if Colonel Roosevelt should be elected. "You will get the worst of It." he said. "Not the Democratic paity only, but the entire American people will get the worst of It." retorted Mr Williams, lie declared that if Americans were not careful they might sink into Caesar Ism. He referred to the former president as ' Saint Theodore." and said that when Air Roosevelt had spoken of good trusts and bad trusts, he had meant to Imply that the trusts supporting the adminis tration must be dealt with leniently, while those which fought It must be treated favorably. "Perkins had Sild he would flghl the administration and he said It out loud," said Mr. Williams, "ire was not willing to .play in the president's backvard if the president would not j.'av right. ' Mr, Bristow closed the debate with a defense of Mr. Roosevelt ROOSEVELT GIVES PRESS LONG REPLY B International News Service OYSTER hay. N. v.. April ii, Justi fication for his failure to prosecute the harvester trust during ins presidency is claimed by l olonel Roosevelt In a dic tated statement f more than 2000 words, given hv him laie today at Sagamore Hill. The ex-president, making his state ment as a reply to the stack of har vester trust documents made public al Washington yesterday, says he was .jd vised by his cabinet to follow the sug gestion of Commissioner of Corporal ons Smith, who asked that no prosecution be ordered until he had completed an In vestigation desired by the senate Roosevelt points out that, sitting in blfl . iiiitnct when the derision to suspend proceedings was reached, was Mr. raft, then secretary of war The colonel, in giving out the statement, especially drew attention to his observation as to the alleged Influence of the Morgan Interests In his handling of the harvester trust. Says Morgan Not Feared. In this connection he asserts that when the Northern Securities suit. Involving, Moil;, i'i Wii (lied under his I list rue! ions he was about to run for the presldt ncy, This was In IM4 He makes tbe point that be had no fear of Morgan and did doi knuckle to him. The colonel also points out thai Mr. Taft did nothing with 1 1 - - harvester trust, although knowing ii that had gone on during Roosevelt's regime, until five days ago. Roosevelt wanted special emphasis laid upon that. Roosevelt heard this evening of the attack mode upon blm in Springfield bj President Taft A correspondent of ihe International New Service showed him a telegraph report of the president's de nunciation and Roosevelt read It slowly. president of the student body: Dean Brlmhall, president of the rollnge club, and Miss Alice RevnoidH of the faculty. Richards Memorial. is: IS I bt Ti Ihtjne. QTAH ACRlt tM.Tl'RAI. COLLEGE, Inrll IS. I. i-i November It was annnunieil througtl 100 stat preh., that I'lah svns I" he eaJM UM0 tO rontrtbnte towsooi Hie Jioo vio men h RJeo m memorial f'ino. Mrs. T A Wld'ono helna appointed PtSh rePregentsHoO IS this worV. Mrs CllOil M nicharils. who occupies a unlqoo 1"' sltlon In AtaorleOO elii,ilon. siaa the n;nlr and ier grsotdODl Ot th Ainnrlran Home gjeo sjomlri loonntollnn BOO, the author of more th-, flf'-. bo-As ,.n t lentlflc rabJSCtO BbO COB" 'le.l the f,raie" Orerh In the world to DC 'he bOttOTOMOt Ot home f and Ihe propei train log of the .-hlMren She a 'he bulk of tier Mil rnrrtv to lb s lai,l an,! ,)rr-es -anKs r,c foromoal sweep otfoeotor of Ameres. ,' nifmorla) to b a lllng ope 1 nior laatlrc tiau brenie.' to publish an1 lo m1' problem retinr to home lire Aniopc ibe raotrlbutori '.oa;i Boll I aV Pit j rron Brlirham Cllv an-1 NOgBl are pronilnm tn a report lust nw.o b. Mr- WldtogO lh follow Ins: lift Of donors la given: Viah Keteralton of Womcn'-i ctOSO, Salt Lake Cllt .. fineral hosr-l of p. msrl. Ci D I.. Hgll lka OWji 55 oS Hoi.ie oeooeBilej depeftmOBt l. r. 3 bir'i school. Sat' l-ake City It. Members of fa '.il'J Ol UlS l'nlr.-ltv pf tnan B0 Various ladlas of Salt LOSS CMIj Ifc o Manibeis of fsrulty and fanjlt-- orlvoS of f. A C . teHlon 2.7 Mombon of Bseulty and toeQli; wtroi ol Brlaham Vounr colics- r. nn Horn- economic.; dessrUnettl Boi Kid-' hlgb k.-hool. Brlrham ru n.n Twoetloth i en'itry UtOTStj lub. MSOVl Pleasant M Te Woman's club. Murrav Oil) t.SO Tha fiah Soroala club. PraoS lf00 Various lad realdents of P-ovo 7 o The Woman's Athenaeum. Pork City I .SO Ladlea from various parts of Ilia state ... . I.W Total IM.5 Fined as Bootlegger. Special tO The Tribune. B RICH AM CITV. April :;.-iiai lei M Ciaies of Tremonlnn pleadol riiIIIt to bnorlscaltig and waa flnrd Grorea went lo Trenmniou. whara ht obtolnod tba money to pay tho flna Thi cOlonai'S COUntehanos betrayed no H?.,' evidence of nuer ss he reml of Mr. Taft's ei.v;i terlzatlon of 1:1m as "to It dangerous to be trusted with the piesl- dency." I? Reads Taft Speech With equanimity he read the tele- gj graphic report that Mi Tnft. his voice It; 1 shaking frith emotion, warned the peo- I?. pie that they were In danger of a die- f IV into;- who. once he received the thhd if- teini. would cllner ltle :i leech io the Bci Wbite house and never leave It until Bf. v death Intervened." BKV ' , 1 The ex-president banded t'ie dispatch bach ''i the correspondent and -Titled. "That Is the Mrs! time I have heard f. of a dictator 'oeinn omp;ired to a leech.'' 31 ihe reniuiked cynically. aj Asked if he would reply in Mr. Taft g excoriation of him, Roosevelt quickly an- S! swered. it- 'I will reply to it. bUl nil tOnlsht. I i win answer if on my trip to Massachu- 1 set's. Vou night say," ths rough rider ill went on. snapping his words, "that the Eh!1 ri'ii Is on. 1 have onlv jusi begun-" K-i Taft Loses Missoiiri- By Inter national New- ServtCi lis . ST. LOUIS, Apr!! S6. Governor Her- lttc I bell S. liH'il.V Roose'.elt lender, S)i- ll cured absolute icntroi of the Missouri IHi I tato Republican convention thiH morn- y! ling. Ai l o'clock it looks as if elgiit i Roosevelt deIcgatt-3 at Inge to the na- tlonal convention il! be elected. The early Roosevelt s'.ate for eight dalefStei at laiRe agreed upon mi caucus last night was eompoKed of (Jovernur lladley. '.or- i' mer .State Senator Hugh Mclndoe of Jop lin Major E afcNeeb of St Joseph, Pred P'seen of Clayton, Walter s. Dickey of Kansas City, State Pish and Giinie War- Ij I den Jesse A. Tolerton, Chairman Chsulei if' D. sforrlg of the state committee and ii Mayor Prederich M. Krelsmann ot .5 1 Louis. After midnight It developed that ! ,F. w. Ttpnln of Springfield :-nii A a I Speer of Chamois were about to be stl Ii. ' stltuted a deleantea ar lare in p!aos l" I of Morris an i Krelsmann, the two rhen ll' i n the earllet Roosevelt CSMCUS sjla'e. Kf" Tins would make b solid Roosevelt dele- Fv gutlmi to Chlci'so ftoni tbf stale at Hh' lui'je. 1 stjitc Representative Rlram Lloyd ot St. Louis and Dr. K. B. Clements Of If. I Macon, both Roosevelt men. wete slat"! for preoldcntisl eleitois. ThotnHS K. It' Neldrinjrhinis of Sr. f.ouisi. treasurer of Br1- he state aommlttee, a Roosevelt man. BwJ' w,is decided upon f. i national commit- B-t(f Iceman, k The eiht alternates agieeii upon LsbW W (. ri.te-ioii rf Kansas t'itv. .1. H Wf;'. Pohmann of Mannibal. J, B. Re;i of tv- natoi. VA'. '. i ws K.r, -j- ''if. K'. fgr ' Kyle of Brookfleld, W. n Fields and w. WL H. Robinson of St. Louis and C ". Pn?e. ITV By ft vote of I1!'i in .lis the conven- gHvJ? tion lute !,Tst night adopted the credep- BvV I Hals committee report on conteetd, o W5f'r, which the Roosevelt ruction secured a LBf large majority of the delegates. BS;.'' Draws Big Crowd. FRESNO, Cal. April 25. Senator Rdh- ftlorl. erl M. Ls Pollette of Wisconsin tonixht j opened his California campaign In this Hfo--. cftj with an address before -tn audience that filled to overflowing a large evan- Rs-i Rr-llst tent Contrary to tiic eNpectation of many In the audience, ihe spe;ii.c ligcVi Indulged tn no comments on the political Hwi gltuaubn in California and made no ref H6cf I I orence to any public men in this state. BiS'' except to remark toward the close that fl-i . 1 the Issues which he had been discussing Ki'li were greater than any questiou to who was governoi Of the slate of Cali- BSV Goverpor Johnson of 1 1 state declared Bimi for Ls Pollette, but later placed his al- ftST' htglanei with Roosevelt. flJ La Pollette's campaign manager, w BaTe' I. , iio't-ir:-. Introducing him. s.-id that Ls B. ' Pollette. In entering the light tor the K presidency last fall. hHd tne supposed COrdli'.l l O-opeli'llOn of Tllfoiioic Roost - F" ' velt. hy.j Those who turned from La Foiiette to IgK '; Roosevelt after pledging the senator then support did so, lie declared, In full knowl edge that he would UOt withdraw fn-,- the rabe. Their acf. lie said, wan In Rki violation of this solomn stipulation an-i Hl j a catering to the pojltlcal motiveg of :itose who we:- e ansclous lo win of- ojBcf I lice with Roosevelt than to put pro- EfH gresgivs principles into the running of the government. a Ls Pollette reviewed tlw nooseveU ano iK 'i Taft administrations, pronouncing Roose- Hr l veil a "aland-pa t r, ' ' "ho hoi possei m the tariff "lemon" on to Taft. ncrf Kansas for Roosevelt. By International News Service TOPEKA, Kan., rVprll 2b" Koosevell Ims. urrl'vl Kiin.'ii . A I rend IW1 ci," the State's t-,env H.'leKHtes to the Re publlenn national convention are pitrdged to him through the aetlon of presidential preference primaries today, Taft hss carried the sFIrsl congressional district With Its two leler;ates. and every effbrl s being maiie to rarrj the Third for him as that is the only district In which his Kj followers believe be h- show to win wg: The Second. Fourth, Fifth and Klgbth ongresslorirj i districts with to dele gate! each, have Instructed for Roose velt bv bir majorities, and the Taft managers have given up the fight in ths Sixth and Seventh districts Hoosevolt has 4o-r' deleRsto;; tn rbe ftate convention, while Taft has onlv 1 OS. It Is 1 required i.r,, to eonfroi the state convert- ' i - r , rtnd 'h. fo'jr counties holdln? pri- gS marlet today ;-'nr Rooeexelt control of H thl -"ate convention, and also tpje four Kif district convention', as the counties held the balance ot power in each district Less than ab" the counties of the sta" ha held primaries thus far and only one county failed to Instruct Ha dle gates Roosevelt has 4?f instructed del- v;n'-? md will ''.avc nhotii rtoo whn the K9 convention meets May R. . ol I READJUST SALARIES IN RECORDER'S OFFICE S I On a readjustment of salaries tn tho yCM I cty recorders office, . Vi"rren fmtth, fotjSm the chief deputy of Recorder Noble war- I?, on -) . is to receive an Increase in salary. HgS Under the new order of things he will L -eg be paid at the rate of $U20 a year, a r.ea.t Increase over his presort stipend. Lrfg The recorder's staff will, a.fter May, eon olst of one chief deputy at the figure i named, three other deputies at IIJOO vear; one deputy recorder, who wlb set PJJgn as clerk to the commission, at 11080 fJFJ P-ir, cl lef cl---rk at $H4'i. one clork fgajH at $1200, and three st enogrsphers st J00 a year- When in Downey stop at the new Ox ford hotel. !