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Jt THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 3, 1912. 11 H
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iEDBY HIS SOI
r Bitterness Between
o Longer Consider
efsonal Affair. " J
IS ARE ANXIOUS
'rin'ce Would Steer
State Upon Widely
to The Tribune.
yov. 2. The ever iucrcas
is between the kaiser and
inco has ceased to bo con
re personal affair, aud is
siaerablo anxiety amoup:
people, who realize that at
the crown prince may bo"
to assume the reins of
and, sinco his views are
hose of his father, it nat
s that when ho takes his
i holm ho will steer the
of state upon a different
lat which until now has
s 3Ro (ho crown prince, in
i friend, complained that
i naval officer who might
nt bo called upon to navi
, without ever having been
ftudy the charts or cvou
place on the bridge, iudi
bo had been kept bv his
ily aloof from nil knowl
forcicu and domestic poli
einpirc. There has boon
ibnnge sinco ihen, savo in
namely, that tho future
lieu of being initiated by
lo all his, aims and aspira
tcn left to form bin own
ejects, which do not find
ill of the kaibor to asso
rt bon and heir with him
anient of the umpire, has
lisiderablo amount of pub
. The crown prince is
iked, and his contort in a
:i ull classes. It is gen
wlcdccd that the crown
jpablc, level-headed. bensi
young nwin, wholesome in
if t lie word, and posscssod
lilies that might be used
jtaco of his fellow coun
tho latter aro deprived of
ify of availing themselves
jg lo the course of tho
tlcHvoriug to restrict tho
his first born to tho puro
lies of Ihe command of a
ticnt in a remote provin.
For President - - THEODORE ROOSEVELT
For Vice-President - - HIRAM W. JOHNSON
Progressive State Ticket
For Electors of President and VIco
Prcsldont of tho United States:
Myra M. Do Wolfe, Gilford.
Mary G. Coulter, Ogdcn.
G. J. Carpcntor, Provo.
. Hugo Deprozin, Eureka.
For Representatives In OongTcaB:
Stephen H. Love, Salt Lake.
Lewis Larson, Sanpete.
Nophi L. Morris, Salt Lake.
For Secretary of Stato:
Frank J. Houdershot, Jr., Ogdcn.
For State Auditor:
Walter Adams, Provo.
For Stato Treasurer:
0. W. Adams, Logan.
For Attorney Gcnoral:
Georgo N. Lawrenco, Salt Lake.
For JuBtlce of Supremo Court:
Ogden Ililcs, Salt Lake.
For District Judges of tho Third
IV. H. Bramel.
Georgo P. Goodwin.
Nicholas A. "Robertson.
Georgo M. Sullivan.
J. J. Whitaker.
For District Attorney:
Robert B. Porter.
Eighth Legislative District
For Senators of tho Sixth Senatorial
Joseph J. Cannon.
Orson IT. Uowlott.
Fred A. Sweet.
BBLMB ILL KEEP
Special Cable lo The Tribune.
LONDON, Nov. 2. A new naval
aeroplane station on tho Firth of
Fourth, ono of tho chain of such sfa
tions which aro tobe established along
tho cast coast as a counterblast to
German aerial activity at Heligoland
and Wilhelinshavcnn has just started
operations. This station in at ,Carl
ingnoso, and it is intended as an out.
post of tho now uaval base at Ttosyth.
The machines there aro a 100 horse
power tractor hydro-biplane, a 70
Eighth Legislative District
Horaco Burkcnshaw, Sandy.
Parley P. Christcnsen, Salt Lake.
Hugh W. Donga 11, Salt Lako.
Mrs. Laviua Livingston, Salt Lake.
Thomas P. Page. Kiverton.
Claud Y. Russell, Salt Lako.
Jako ir. Turner, Salt Lake.
Mr3. Lina Wilkinson, Salt Lako.
Dr. Curtis A. Wherry, Salt Lake.
G. B. Wolf, Bingham.
Salt Lake County
For County Commissioner:
Adolph Richtor, Salt Lake,
For County Commissioner: " .
Jesso IL Wheeler, Murray.
John S. Corless, Salt Lake.
For County Clerk:
Charles W. Lawronce, Salt Lake.
.For County Treasurer:
Mclviu (J. Morris, Forest Dale.
For County Auditor:
Francis W. Copo, Forest Dale.
Brigham Clcgg, Salt Lako.
For County Recorder:
Charles A Weaver, Salt Lake.
For County Assessor:
Charles D. Rooklidgo, Salt Lake.
For County Surveyor:
II. Lester Fox, Salt Lako.
Salt Lake Precinct Ticket
For City Judges:
John M. Bowman, Salt Lake.
Bon F. Johnson.
For . vtico of the Peace:
William A. Holman, Salt Lake.
William R. Graham, Salt Lake.
horsepower short tractor hydro-biplane
and a 00 horsepower Farman propcllcr
Great ' activity may bo expected in
tho naval wing of the flying i-.orpa in
the near future, as many machines aro
boing bought by tho admiralty, and in
spito of tho goneral shortago' of offi
cers in tho navy, a number of officers
from among the many who havo al
ready learned to fly at their own ex
pense, will shortly bo appointed to Iho
flying corps. Thero aro already aoro
piano sheds at, Harwich, and a now
station is to bo started at CIccthorpe
to guard the Humber. The next move
will be aero stations for the Tync and
Tees, and probably one for tho south
Thero will have lo bo others al the
mouth of the 'fay, and Cromarty Firth
in Scotland, and on tho Clydo and Sol
way. At Barrow-in-Fumoss, the Mer
sey, Milford Haven, the Bnatol chan
nel, Plymouth. Portland, Portsmouth
and probably Now Haven, there will 1
For President: - - WOODROW WILSON
For Vice-President: THOS. R. MARSHALL
Democratic State Tickel Salt Lake
'SSSS. County Democratic Tickel
O. W. Powers, Salt Lake.
T. H. Fitzgorald, Salt Lake. For County Commissioner:
James Andrus, St. George. John H. Cook, four-year term.
Congressmen: Joseph Lindsey, two-year term.
T. D. Johnson, Ogdcn'. For County Clerk:
Mathotnhah Thomas, Salt Lake. Ben 5. Rives.
Governor: " For sheriff: . r
John Frank Tolton, Bcavor. JohQ B Burbidgo.
Attorney General: '
Jos. W. Stringfellow. Fo Treasurer:
Secretary of State: John E- Uark-
Charles England, Logan. or Attorney: . . '
Auditor: Hear7 C- Lund- '
John S. Blain, Spring City. For Recorder: '
Treasurer: Stephen L. Moyle.
John F. Mcndcnhall, Sprin grille. por Auditor:
Superintendent of Public Instruction M. C. Iverson. ; !
A. C. Nolson, Salt Lake. Vnr A.eoc(..r.
Democratic Legislative Z't Dl!trict:
T T i T. D. Lewis.
ilCKet P. C. Evans.
l C. S. Varian.
For Senators: . A. J. Wober. ".
Simon Bamberger. S. W. Stowart. . ,
Culbert L. Olsou. District Attorney:
Joseph 1. Merrill. . ... Ray Van Cott.
For-Reprcsontatlves: . ' r- T 1
c! h. cAriquist. Democratic City fickel
Alice Merrill Homo. ' -r. rjM.
John W. Burton. F PIlS,J!g?s:
W P. Pnm'c John I. Tobin.
S-jf-ShKES: J. M. Hamilton.
Isabella Keuner. For City Justice of tho Peace:
A Robert Larson. Joseph A. Young.
Robert II. Sid do way. For City Constable:
J. W. McKinney. John Shea.
havo to be stations, Ireland will have
posts on Dublin bay, Belfast Lough.
Lough Foyle, Gahvav bay, Hori'havon,
CJuccustown harbor and Wulerfonl bay.
So one can easily forcaco a couple of
dozen stations without reckoning in
headquarters at ICastchurch. Allowing
only a dozen machines to oach station,
thai, gives a fleet of throe hundred
machines for the begiuning of a coast
defense scheme, without allowing any
thing for scn-goiug aeroplanes to oper
ato with the fleet at tica, or for defense
machines at navul bases abroad.
WHITE SLAVE TRAFFIC
ALARMING IN FRANCE
SpcHal "ablo lo The Tribune.
PARIS, Nov. 2. The "whito slave"
trafiic is making alarming progress in
French cities. Tho secret polico aro ac
tively at work and numerous arrests
have been niadp in Paris and Lyons.
Vigilance societies are also on the
This umbrella stand is
beautifully finished, and
is of imitation Rock
wood, stands 20 inches
high, and is very pretty
as well as a very useful
article. The regular
price of same is $5.00.
Freed 's special price
track of a clandestine organization that
appears to be very widely spread.
Xews from Quebec states that the po
lii'o of that city made a raid on two re
sorts and out of the seventeen women
thev found there, .jiftocn were young
girls who had been enticed out on ficti
tious engagements as school teachers
and dressmakers. Once (hey were en
trapped, they were kept prisoners until
tjio.v accopted the revolting career.
Mexico and Argentine are tho favor
ite markols, it appears. French scoun
drels owo much to their immunity to
the law itself, which will not allow ar
rests to bo made, except on far-fotehed
conditions. They aro seldom to be seen
with their victims, except a. few hours
before tho departure of tho steamer.
That is why tho police often arrivo on
tho spot top late.
Justrito coal, all kinds, carciullv
screened. Allianco Coal Co., 11 Main
street. Thono Was. 4-143.
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nbJHflfFreed's are closing out their line of Ostermoor 1
Jterjaypfi'aw alarm clock special
Kfsmmie ncrt-irtrti TVri4-4-Qfo m a am Do not coufuso this alarm clock with the ordinary small alarm clock. It ic the same size and the equal of the 1
iltfW USbeimOOl IVlctbbieSb ra m nj W M alarm clock that soils all over tho country for $2.50. It stands 8 inches high and has a face 0 - inches wide. 1
fiHd it RPlK fnv 90 00 On itk 1 J Wnk H numbers arc large and easily read. The alarm strong and loud. This clock will " pa 1
JfiaJe at , u iP I laJP be placed on sale at Freed's Monday and all wook. Regular price S2.50 -Frecd's spc- 9G J
jKi0011 ,Horsc CJart,
mWt i m!ld?' 8011 ad strong,
Kr.1 1-i inches long and 7
;Bcho8 high. Whou you pull
.RIotSo aIoS Jt has an
gtachniont to tho whool
?HhI& PaInted red. tho
.( v&SZ' 0,1 sal a" week
UMf 8' Special price
Tliis Morris Crair i.s uphol
stered in Boston leather,
and is strong-, nicely pol
ished and well made. We
price $12.oG Freed's spe
Wtiy We Should Vote For the I
Creation of New Gounties I
The question is naturally before the people or the slate
at this time: Why should we support the amendment lo See
tiou 1, Article 11, of the constitution providing for . the
creation of new counties 1 We believe the following is suf.
The former Uinta Indian reservation, eomprisiug the
greater part of the eastern portion of Wasatch county, was
under the control and supervision of the federal government
at the time of the adoption of the constitution. Since that fl
time the reservation has been opened to .settlement, thus
bringing into the niarket more than 200,000 acres of land
that can be irrigated, besides vast tracts of grazing, forest
and mineral lands. These vast tracts of land uow 4havc a
population exceeding that of the western or old portion of
Between the eastern and western portions of the county
is a large mountain range, which forms a natural barrier
, of snow and. ice about forty miles in width, making it prac- 11
tically impossible for the people op the Indian reservation lH
to reich the county seat at Heber City during the winter
season without hazarding human life. It also makes it very 11
expensive at all seasons of. the year for the people of the
old Indian reservation to reach the county seat. Bl
The old part of the county has always been able to
maintain a county government, aud the. new, or eastern
part of the county is anxious and able to maintain a comity flJ
government of its own.
This amendment is indorsed by both the Democratic aud
the Republican party platforms of this state, and is favored jH
almost unanimously by the people of "Wasatch county.
There is no provision now for the creatipu of new coun
tics, and in order to comply with the constitution this .amend
ment must be adopted before the legislature will have power jH
to create new counties.
This amendment should not be objectionable to any
county in the state. It provides that pew counties. can be
created only on condition that a majority of the people ttl
residing in the part to l;e created into a new county, and a
majority of the people remaining in the old county, vote
in favor of the creation of the now county. jH
This amply safeguards the people in all counties of the
state, and at the same time gives the relief absolutely
necessary to the people of Wasatch county.
The reference to school districts and precincts in the
amendment is the old, or present law, re-euactcd. .
We, all residenfs of Wasatch county, therefore siuccrcly
urge the voters of the state to vote for said amendment,
aud thereby relieve us of our present condition. wM
J. W. CLYDE, County Chairman Democratic Party.
CHASE HATCH, County Chairman Republican Parly.
LEVI TURNER, County Chairman Progressive Party.
E. J. CUMMINGS, Chairman County Commissioners.
Buck's Heating I I
f Stoves I I
and a good large jH
stove made by
means the best.
Regular price of
Freed's s p e ci a l
BA'JENP0RT SPECIAL V
A Handsome Davcuport during the day: a luxurious
bed nt night. No doubt yon have often wanted a Dav
enport to finish out tho looks of tho room and at tho
sanio time to bo used as a sparo bed -whon necessary.
Here Is cno constructed of Rood oak, upholstered in
Chased Leather, splendidly tufted over a bed of torn
percd stoel springs that aro . -v
indestructible and sagproof. ftl'm ' I
Opens up oaslly into a full Mfa i p
sizo bed. On sale all week at Ara 11 m al
Frccd'r. Extra special price WJLFH
fREED FURNITURE AND CARPET COMPANY
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