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AXV.. NC). (4. SM.T LAKE CITY, MONDAY MORNING, JUNK 17, 1912. 12 HA G liSFiy.fipjjfcJ ERS T ATTEMPT AT STAMPEDE FAItSl pup By IlLjUIS Art of a "Break" to fjBteeveH is Calmly Htvvn U Be False and paratic-ns Are Corn Bed for Taking Con jh of the National Invention. HAH DISCOUNTS K TAiop BOLT Id 5 Does Not ,Jfcev w& Parly Id '" Governor Lpnso 3 pen the wmt o for Tem- kvassV I Bus mil nouiitet' It B". i he frairl j Bonn ' j i .i tod t.y i iwflft11- 1 iiU. ; - Iheii own Buul i'1;mdi lor jli'mi the rcyu HB' Tli. !: rt ' ( jB at I' 'i In adopt t ho V;BC, . -,;:. t M 1 I V till JHtUr:, ''i. V.I 1 1 I 'ztfc '" '-l-i i .' V;BpPPoscs BoH. I I IB1'01 Hi.' j fll'JM' l r .i ;..n r m:t n, LBl1 all l 'in not ijbiievo there is V of p:t '" boll," f ''llltl'.rv ahnvV:; . 01:.. lusl vel urr,,... .. iinin ft U: !'.( It. f. .ill. I I,.- . ,. t . I H1 '": "o-uld I llU. thi B'kehli iod i-l .( ni wolgh- iPnoi'a 'i'" t;...r.. v cli Mipporlnrii ffft Wo,,,,l 1 '" l,vi''i enllon Hj "1ri ,r - i-jB'' n';" con- ft u"r'; convention Mklers AA9tt!r"ln" '""l '!"'' On Wet"" ;DHt c,al'n" - MJt""'""-:;' Sf b; Thi V ltHlf. Mfe tnni l rvelt Boi'io p.,,,.. Hp"'"'-"1 h.- ti mpo- bsbL ' 1 piin w ME "" ' llkelj m lion Bh -'liliii,, ,.,, . . HUGHES'S BOOMERS ARRIVE u OPPOSE TAFT AND TEDDY ! The; :c a ConiprJinise Candidate and I le Is Noth g Like. "Me.1' ' 1 '" "A" .p.1 vluiio A movemenj in I- iii!f nf Jnsii. .. Cli.'i:U K. Iluehes of Iho I.'iiitWl 5r:!i.-s supreme court n:4 n tOmprotnlKp tajidil;iU for president t"l dMinlte ii)inihVe U.dsiN'. Several supMrVrs nf ihc justice oame nn from NewVtark antl sponi the day in hoU-l lobbied an.! quarters of various NtnU f.-!f satlniifL pir.riin:.' . rn I inirnt ..r delegates aha raiMra leaders Wil liam II. I i..ilr)il;M u Niv.- YnrU. fi.rnier stale BuperlntendAtVi Insurance and a lose '.'riciKl .,1" .hit ti 'f KuchcN. is Die l.'a'hiic .spirit 'if I he . r:n. nt. "Docn ii.it H.ilirs's s.UtU u'-:it of lasl work, thai In would not pi'iinli Iho iiho of IiIm nanif nf a oAprAnlje raiidldato, rlinduatij liiin?" Mr. fl.jti oKI.m wa.- ask.'d. "I think not." he rAlHd "So man, particularly u man with J'lKik- IIukIioh's ideas of (.Ivlc duty, '-:tn refusr lo .cive thri pr-..ii of the nation hi criuls such as tiif present." .Mr. Ilnf id-. Iks and his a-oilaUs; orl; pain: In ni.lkp It rlcar tlt 1 1 1 - had iiim.- h'-i'- wlilionl the kii"wlds,. nl .Iu: t. - Hughes, Mho. tbey felCVsrotdd dis courage such a mbvoment. 3u ' Qolch kips ai.i hr had not seen theuuacicc In six months. am pteasad.V hi .-aid, 'to Jearn In the few houi.s I ha spcnl m rid. -u.yi nrlial a large nun ibeV : delrgalM are leaning toward liioti-- 1 1 uylio.s ;v Uu man on whom all factions cam unifsi tte could uarxy hlfi own slate Of New lurk, whlrii is ;i prime mmiuJ -itr. 'I did no 1 come Chicago a "Pi" n, ni of Colonel RoosoveJt, whom, ay U" exponenl of prdgreaulvo princlplosj J sbJUl ni.i..)i! should !) hr noioinafd. I raiiiv hi i. mereh ;i "-n eltori help iorve a) problem which eon f run Is the Republican) port v." George K. A'gnew f Now. York, fm inn' i-inic sonatoi' and one of ihc authors of the Agnc w - Ha i t antl-ratfnji Mil, rea'cbed Chl a-'i today, 1 should like to see XusMce tiugnea nominated," he swld TAILOR SLAYS WIFE WHO WANTS DIVORCE SAX FRAKCISCO, Juno 18 Mi1'. Vlo toria tlebert pf this .-it v wn:. .-dint four tinn;. and fut".ll wounded l0T4y "V 1":'' husband, AJedos Herbert, when i-hc "i temptod personally to Berve n Bummoiji mi : ii m in her Ball for dVorbe Tjhe Hiinoiins occurred n the wilting room of an Interurban car iatln at Sap Mateo, n suburb nf Hnu l'i nm iw:o. llrboit hod mel hln wife there, evidently at h.er re quest aiikiv words were exehangd and lirhni Hnatohini: tho sunrtnons from nor. drew . revolver and fired. The woman rail, Iml wai i-'nol down. She ilird Cell minutes later in a hospital. Hebert was arreatod. He t"lor- Halt Lakers in New York Special to The Tribune NEW rORK. .tun- l" ''''-', V Momn: J'orl -. x McLean, Mrs a. a McLeoii; Muubuttau, J- T. riammoindj OISH'S DEEfillES M II CHICAGO Roosevelt Claimers Immedi ately Claim Them, bul They I )eny the Allegation. Bpuclal Iff The jflbune, CHICAGO, Juno 16.- Morobt i b f iho IJtah delegation to the (tepubllt:an na tional riMivriitiuii arrf"cd lirre today from Salt bake In, s hprriai ni. an-t estab lished headquarters at the liotrj Lex ington, 'n the party were fJovernor Wil liam spry. Judge Jacob Johnson, James M Peterson, C R. Hollings worth, ac companied by Mrs. Holllngsworth and Miss Minnie Klesel 61 Ogden, A.nthoti 11. Lund, n KlrtiiiiR, Brtui'i .". .Sniit1., I.. X BtobJi W. D. Sntli-.n and Mis. Sid ton, Wllliim Gloamann and K H. Welch. National Cpmniittecman C. 15, Loose, who has been in Chicago for thr last irn days, Joined the. party on its arrival. Beiiatprs Reed Smoot ami George Suth erland, Congressman Joseph Howell and Ned Cu llster arrived ibis afternoon from Washington and Joined the Otah dolega lion. B ii. Cnlllster Is m Chicago buj no' Bt thr l'tah heodquarters. lEvcrett Blercr of S,.lt Luke among thr w.irkrrf a', tii- fSooiu-vidl hcakiuar IriH. Sfitiif. amusement was oocustoncd today lv a bulletin If-Mii.'d at the ltoi.KcveM tieadquorters declaring timt tin. entire t i. ih deleaatlon was now f..t Roosevelt! TI j wa einphatleally denied by Gov ernor Spry, ehah nau of the Utah dele satl'on, who naaerts thai Taft will rr ULelv over) one Utah's eight voteu. President Authon II. Lund, Govornor Sn. Rlahop u-dii and .lumcs M. Peter son, at the regiiesi f President Rlls- WOHh . !' tin- Dortllem fUttr-; misslOU, pok' tiii moral tus si the L i. s. iiapol in t;h Thr Nex'uda Jblgatioii elected spme of Its committeemen, whim en route and n arrival todaj snndunced them n fol io: Chulrniaii. K is. Robert ; pWform and resolutions, h. V, uloorchbusec oretlnh liohii ' Roberts; national committee nian. II- 1- Max.. n. Tile 1 d-l, I r-- ..r. ,, i-);,:!,,! for Taft, An addltitioti in tin l.n Polletts L'on as wps Ut( Not ' It i r- ot 0' . gallon, it .solid rep votes the ...v foi t.., Kollette from first in Itvst. 'i';,.. Notll. u;,i',,ta and ; iscousin delesatlons vHl laucus to- I gethei. TIMBER OPERAfDR IS PLiA :ed UNDER arrest '(in i,ANI. Or., .tniir IS.irStepben 1 1. Puter, a Umber operatbi and one ( ihr besl Known the defendants in tbo bo-col led Oregon land rraud .-Hsr.H nf lour,, was arrested hre late today r.n a ttlcRraphlc warrant Pjym Milwaukee Wis The wan nl chared fo -ererv and further t'" l!';,t dyteclltus sin un bis in si - -"!' infoitntttlon. EVOLVES PLAN IB START FIGHT IH GOMVEHTIOH Roosevell Tells His Support ers to Demand Rbucall on Firsl Ptopositipn td Come I rp Tuesda v. STAMPEDE IS THE NEXT STEP IN ORDER Scheme Is Reyolutipilary and May Prevent Organization; Borah to Oppose Root as Temporary Chairman. CHICAGO, Innr Hi. Thr RoOfte vrit plans For the fijri't to be made in the Republican national convention Tuesday were finally adopted ft :i conference oi' the Boose roll leaders tonight under the direction of i be colonel himgelf; The Rooeevell supporters bafe deter mined thai rlir convention shall uol be organized wiib the contested delegates seated h- the; national comnflgtee i n i td this cud they have determined ,n demand n rollcall on tiu- Mri preposi tion thai eomes up Thia undoubtedly will coini) on tl) right pf Gkn rrnor Johnson.oi California to cast thr twon-t.v-six votfte of that ''late on the qUeB rion of temporary chairman. TiiiM ricjhi will be Qpeetioned by the U'n Tafl deJogatei from the Fourth district. Then !l c'dtae the action which ilir Roosevell loadoxs have plauncii. !''o mil no; (TiiMt: hf tdn 1 PQrary r-Hl nad(. ov iHc ymtionaf committee be rejeeted ;uil that a sifft stitute roll prepared by the Roosevell Readers be adopted. The roll will in elude tlif seventy to eighty delegates that Roosevelt claims were stolen from hint .inci that, would be Bofflcient to give the Roosevelt forces control of t lie ronvent ion. Under this plan of procedure Bub nnttui the contests to the convention en bloc none or' ilir delegates affected Could voir, rnder riimma rv ii)!c- pa-- in; upon the contests slate by state, one contested state might pass upon t be rir,rlit fit a DOl he) Bitter Fights Certain Thr Roosevell plan is revolutionary, ii will be bitterly opposed by the Tafl leaders, but il will serve the purpose of bringing the liuht quickly to the Irmit, and this is what the RooSOVell leaders desire. CI is not believed that Victor Rosewater, chairman of the na tional committee, who will caD the con untion to order, will entertain the mo tinn in consider a second list of ilcle gateB, but will insisl upon waiting for the report of the committee oo creden tials, if be does this, Roosevelt lead on 1 1 1 moN"e at' once to proceed to the nomination m Theodore Roosevelt, in other words, thr Roosevell delogatoa would attempt to hold a convention nf their n.vn in the convention hall. After Biidnigbt tJie Roosevelt forcea agreed to enter Senator Borah as their candidate against Senator Root for temporary chairman. Governor Fladloj Of Missouri Wat 'elected Bfl llor leader. Roscwater Calls. Colonel Roosevell tonight uorirorred more than an hour With ( ha'rnian Re ewator, who sougbi the Interview through B. Moni Beilly of Kansas City, mutual friend. Mr. Rosowator ex plained i" the r.olonol thai in malthis ruling! in t lie national committee on contest cases lie hod followed Uuj par liamentary practice that had always governed the deliberations of thai body. Colonel Roosevell directed severe criticism a trains! individual members it the committee, Imr Mr. Roscwater i s said to have escaped those strictures, finally the colonel demanded to kpow ivhal Mi Rosowator'a1 attitude would lie when tho Roosevell lorces proposed bo substitute : new temporary roll for that prepared by the committee, "Tlic rules nl the committor will ap ply," answered Mr, RosawAtcr, When asked f be would nct coMcni i.i pubmil the Question to the eonven tion Mi. Rose water is Bold to have asked for time in which to consider Bio nestIon. It i expeclod h' will confer witfa his associates earl-,- tomorrow. Many Reports Current. ii'rports of the plana of ( olonel Roosevelt were many. One of those heard oftcneSt Was that if the ROOSO1 velt delogatej tailed in their flrsl Le I (Coii Untied ou Pago Two.) BELIEVES TtfT I ILL WIN FIGHT IN CONVENTION Erbert Hubbard Declares Hurl ing of Epithets by Roosevelt Supporters Acknowledg ment ot Defeat, , NO DIRHCT ISSUi: BETWEEN FORCES Only Difference Roycrqfter Can See Is Thai Roosevelt Shouts "Liar! Thief! Crook !" BY ELBERT HTTBBABD. Intenrntfotiol News Servioa, CHICAGO, dime 16. " Mars! Thieves! Coyotes! Doable-distilled thievery! rland-pickod brigands! Hold-upB.I Liars' Lia rs ! Liars! ' ' These are the words of defeat, not the exultant etv of success, ll 's liUe Iht unlran.slat.aole I'rench wortl filing hy rhe last, of tie' old guard at Water loo, when his ammunition was exhaust ed. When overcome hv rhe enemy there i always one tiling which. with our last breath, we can tell the enemy to do. If th)- Chicago fi'iht is woe by Taft. it will be because the colored troops fought iiobly ;tncl stuck, 't'hey hold the balance ot power. In the lobby of the Coliseutm yon soe i hem by i 1"' dozeUj i-.red -icnt lcir.cn, rell .....ir'.-.r. nil dressed, eai fl Sc- n, . eit) (J i.. e 'money hp' needs. o rn if not all lie wants. In the meantime, ull white folks around the Coliseum bow low aud way. "Excuse me.'' Tch colored race has shown its ability to stick on the field of battle whv shouldn't it here? Invective, Defiance and Threat. It i? well to remember that this shout of "Lia.-' dax! Thief. Thiefl" ia no, the language used by men of one po litical party against those of another. it if the language of colleagues, men who Bhould be working together for a COinnjpn end and a (O'limon purpose !iat was ii Ciincoln qttoted about a house divided against itwelf.' Colonel Roosevelt spoke ?orjust live! aiiunie? ojiuniiP, ami in inc ti'iiii?a in hip remarks be used the words 'thiev ery, thieves and theft" just seven teen times and always the words were applied to men in his own party, When Bobert ngersojl, standing on teb Btep ol tli" jubtreasury in New V'ork, referred to tlio Domocratic p:jrtv a? havrne 'mst two motivea in life, grand and net 1 1 larceny, some people thought the talk wns severe. But please remember thai Colonel Inget soll vras it Republican and ho was tallc inc about a party with wnich be had eo sympathy . Bui the Lnveetivo here in Chicago is by members of the grand old party against brother members. And mnja certainly, the G 0. P. if no lon'' grand when these things ex 1st. Roosevell repeats again "d a?in thai be will die in the last ditoh, etc. The. Taft people are not talking so murh. but their jaWB are set firm and the intention is, mosl positively, that Theodore Roosevell .-hall nt be nom i natod, A Disturber of the Peace. If Theodore Roosevell had kept tu of t iii- name. President Tafl would -hvi bean rftnoniinated. without doubt,! and he Would have stood a ROOd chance of being elected. The machine was SH Well oiled and nverythiug was ill shape to flido the pre. idenl back into office. lie would have gone in on gravity, even il not Oil hi? ItcOtd Then came the eight governors with (heir round robin that Theodore RoObC veil sboittS be "our candidate.' The Governors Are Governed. And that particular round robin, we now have reason to bebeve, whs in itiatcd by Theodore BoobovoI bimsoli ami presented to the governors for their obliging signatures. QoVomors ure but men, and it would be . if Ihev would stick to tho mi bi ll radical ChantauqnaB and not be dragged as a bod$ into national poli' ttcs. Certain ii it 'hat the governors did not uxpcot the opposition from the .. uiar machine that has been manifested. nd no,. hi least five ot these ti" ernors are here in (JhieagOj and again Princess Who Is Separated From Husband PRINCESS LOUISE. Special Cable to The Tribune. ROMS!, June 16.- Bnrlco Toselil and bi4 witr. thr former crown princess Ql Saxony, were legally separated by the Florence court yrsterduy. Tlie former pel i . $ said tod "It is unfortiina t" to have to pepaiale bccaUss ol our t'euipers, buj we snail always remain good friends. The couple were very friendly when iliev mot for t lie purpose ut accepting the formal separation. Tlinr child was entrusted to the care or its father's pa rents. The futlier and mother are per mitted to Visit It fterly. ITWT TO BRIBE i COLORED II FAILS j f :. H. Cook of Louisiana Of fered s 1000 to Desert Taft and Vote for Roosevelt. CHICAGO, .June 1. A n affidavit I charging 'an attempt to mine F. n. Cook, a negro delegate to 'ho Republican na tional etniventlon from Louisiana, for 11000 to desert the Tafl forces and vote for Roosevelt, executed by Cook himself, was made publii tonight by Director Mc Kinky or the Taft headquarters. The Taft headquarters asserted that Cook, tv'ho la a itjptist minister ami a rviik cashier In Vldalla, Concordia par ish, La., made his staterasnl before a notary of .his own volition The affidavit rendF as follows: Stair of Illinois. County of Cook. I. F. II look, tinnu first drily sWdrn, make oath and say; That on Thursday nlfiht, thr i ::r h if .lune. 101L' ,t ntlemsn who Claimed to be S Air. Thompson from Colorado, after brlnt: introducrd to each other (he and 1), after Unjoins out from i;;.- titnt 1 am a dalegsitg from thr Plrth congressional district of Louisiana, said lo roe. "if you will come icv Willi T. IC. Crowd heir u a Ihoiisand dollars," which, of course, I refused, and at the sauna time ho bad I he monej in 1i(h hand Olid attempted to count out to me. I malt.- this- sworn statement hr- i mam- i m.s sworn siatotiieni ne caUSC It has hr-n going rounds hy some Irresponsibly person that 1 llOd agreed lo sell OUl. All Of willed Ip uttorly f,iiji upon its face, There rc no frJkhils on each .lde and we nt, i irleniily toward ouch other, not bi .-amir T am on 1 1 - side and tbej on rfiu other makes us enemies. All stieli rrport i onis out :jln; that I lia..- or ain coming over Is untrue. That I k'unte Ironi my dislrht to voir for Mr. Taft and the llrt and lat thiiij; I'll do will h. I,, east my vote for the renomlna l Ion of Sir, Tafl. I matte tfilS affidavit "f my own tree will and ueord. (Qlgnod) I-'. Hi i'ook. PeKonafly appeared, suJMcrlbed ! and .v.ll n to before me, Hlla lK(h j e..v ..r .i ):. il BfSLti CARNAHAK, Notary jPuhtic, WtllirflSfM. ijeorso It. Jfrffrles, Pred Mure Senator Dixon rounnoTited on the affi davit as foflowe; l "1 never hard of 'ook and i.e.vrrj h'--.l ' '' IHlsSSSSSSSSSSSsI ' "' 11 AjHsl ' ' I ' III-' . I . Tornado Strikes Zanesville,E O., and Wrecks More Than g 5oo Houses, Besides De- ft molishingChurch. ;fl STORM IS GHNBRAI. I IN CHNTgAL OH1Q I Tweniy-mne Persons.', 'Meet' m Death in Cyefflt Passed Over Missouri I "ii Saturday. Night. W. ZAXh.-' VI U.K. "vx.lunr IS. Three I w i killed and Ik. siinte IpJureU W lffVit MlslH''TiiJTvdM toppling tio- steeitii' of the " wt- Th'm.ji-. ( 'a tholio. etru)fcli th rough ft 'hr i...,) w hile s' t vi ea Nera-being lieid. I The dead, . . . Thomas Skimon, heafU. - rhel by I falling stone. If. John F. Dinan. rn-fc,.!,' ,lC .two I hours later IE Tlle -lot n .ii;..; torn pail i T 'In- eb;.. Ii !'( ,t Ere Himarcntl.v H after tr.nelinc t nty i&jfb -liitiee cast of H 0 r JMbSSOUIs oajiSH nUD houses BjdjSfl au'.d and fifty familiasl In. unless. Score of mtrrH repoi-U'd. more than a V heins: known of 'r through the root's of hoH blowing down almosi tTrlfl the oecunants bad IcftiE Storm General, f H windstorm tornado swL . raiLt: I part ,.f f)hjo today, rejt U i c' e'e nWl B homriess and doing dart2jnK hundreus I l.OOO.or.o XjaLhr,alcl at K' nor": 5 ' 'alholli S'-hooi HfllMB?1' ftp jj"d torne I nunil.e,. BH unroofed ' HftS w"t" H Tele;a,:l and t 'lepli(,nkijL Wk -ere lb- ia,K.,s, ,,,,,, oi wire are down. P'h.in .'j..,. lA milee'weirt . I h'Te. u.t almost demolished anfl Mei i )ei.sons are rrjioio'ii injured., C Report ln.li.-aie toat the store,', .aftai' f doiriK: many thouands ,.f doliai-a' rvoiX ot damage here, passed (., t hutljeaafcl ft Bates e..uni. Missouri, the norttiweai I Section was swept tor rive miic nd . near:;, evrrv l.uil.knx in a trunk 'hilt H mile wide was dmolishrd. Jfete JjjU - ft teen deaths have keen i--poro' Ftom ft Sedalia, Mo., two dentin arL reporfed. vvh-.h- Mm,, u-,. i.iiv." ifl. ,i as; yet- make I the total much huge;. I Twenty-Nine Deaths. ! KA.s.s iTl'i, IS. TwerrtyJ nine persons air nown ,r l,ve henn I killed and many injured hy a Storm thitt I passed over central west Missouri I : , t . I Siii ind, iv, demolishlnc butldlggs. teartn.. down wires iind leaving the smaller j towns and ci-untry bims ' completely I wrecked i-J1 List of Dead. ) I ho .lead. - Hern Gray. Kan-t City. I Max Spitskofsky, Kansas City; died f in hOspiCsJ today. Henry Cameron and three children, I Biorwin, Mp, Gibson Oroves. Kates county. I Lucille Cox. Mrs. Frank Corey. Rale- comity- I Mrs F.. M. Bice, Hates . oMuty, ft E. S Howe J Mrs. Joseph Johnson. K;.ir'ena.ty,- A daiighter-iii law of Frank Corey I and her baby, I'.al.s. , mntv, j I Dan Carlos and wife, I. colon, near j Sedalia. Bctwci n .Mefw.n and .V'-ian, Mo.. I. Ivlrs. Oscar Alexandra and three chil- I drcti. Mrs. George r-ccd. An unidentified Greek. At M i uit (joniery . Mo.: ' Mrs. Ellsworth Clark. f I i Croigbtuu, Mo.: V', t' Bssssl Mrs. Lee Parker. Gerald Stevens. ..ti, v ' .. Vnna Stevens. - Guy Booth, s i i,ci l.,nd. Mo. B. Path Swept Clean. L; In I'.. . oontry U.-tw.-n M nhLathV c',' up snd.i ftR. a int ft ' .'Wept than : I path lh",ui;h 1 1 1 'JJOr t It - E,'e H j ui, ft I . I .jo other Wgjt damage, I I The t tot ii, o in k i ' ' ' ' ,'hajiVa :bB mile jflw i'ooo of J I 1 1 v 1'ioei.ii a 1 1 CHt ltV.Se J and In.' throe children kiie l, ' h Jjjiaft'v?fiF'