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H iri THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, VVEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 6, 1012. . Mfrjff.
-Eleciion News Hoi Oft the
Wires Flashed at Once
in Clear Print.
H THRONG APPRECIATIVE
Triple -Service of Up-to-Dale
Newspapers Gives Public
fl The Intost niui most intprovod moth-
ml' ot iasuui.tr bulletins were shown l:iat
inht by Tlio Tribune and li veiling Tel
oniui in ivinp: election returns to the
enormous crowd which gathered early
B j 11 the evening and remained in front
0 the Tribune buil'liiic until late in the
infill. Never before had Salt Lakers;
jcad clearly written bulletins from n
l pc. riter, thrown on a screen by a
BBJ "i.'fi.(ic')ii machine bceauso the moth-
BBt ( I liad not been used here until The
Tr-iuum and Telegram put it io use. i
News on the Dot. j
Wtth their usual u'-to-iIntonesr in
car'ii- for the public, the two papers
tnide evorv iri!mralion possible' Jor
j. i n r thr iniptTtaiit news first. There
urre three cervices to furnish the ro-v,,t-,
from all pohitn in the nation. The
V-su'Mnl.'d Press, the lTenrst s-eryieo
a i! the eoMipilntiou bureau in ihc V.:C3
t rn I niou ofiicc rushed in the count
ot ballots as fast its it was made in
district Ihronirhout the United
statov. In the city, county and .-late
BBJ i i,s splendid service -was supplemented
1' special eorretipoudentft who hop) ju
1 ii -tan! communication with ThoTrjb
BBJ I ofliec.
BBJ irani:emenls were nuule days n
:iixance"to have the oto on the leaders
)Uhed in without a second's delay and
the return were immediately Hashed
in the screen across the sired.
Contrast in Bulletins.
Hj While the small crowd down the
BBJ irrt labored in vain to decipher tin'
Hj blurred imtrl.iiiss on (he sheet in front
of another newspaper ofiico all the
1 lletiiiM nciibblcil in hinxlwritiut: the
thouxinds lininir I he street in front of
-iid to the siller of The Tribune build
nig. reail the clear messages flashed
from 'l'iibuue-Tclej;raju oil icon by the
j ti- l methods.
BBJ drat ton K. Hancock, resident innua-
cr of the I. Vim n l on Typewriter eoni
B pain, brought l. town the new systejn
-wherrbv a gelatinous film is placed in
a pewriter and the bulletin written
BBJ plainly on it to be flashed through the
BBJ tereopticou "without delay. This m
BBJ mention was put to use by The Trib
nne and Telegram bulletin service and
B the crowds went quick to sec its au-
remacy over the auliqualed method.
IJv the use of the llemiiigtoii adding
sibtractiu typewriter the up-to-date
B papers were a too able to compile the
B re urns quickly and accurately.
BBJ The fact that Wilson had secured a
BBJ cleur majority in the electoral college
n.is iveii to the crowd in front of The
T ibuue oilice luilf an hour before it
w.is liasliod down the street. The mes
sac that Taft conceded the election
of WiUon was ivon out of tho window
of The Tribune building many minutes
before the paper down the street was
forced to copy it.
There ia uothiut: like being prepared
and being up-to-date when the public
I ELECTION DAY PASSES
QUIETLY IN SALT LAKE
flection day in .Salt Lake yesterday
chanictrfired by better than ov
en day order. Fewer than the regu
lation number of street fights occurred
oiul les than half the regular number
of drunk? were lodged in tho sohering
iii'arteiri of the city jail.
The entire police force was on duty
nfter the suloons opened at 7 o'clock".
we and wonderment that nothing had
happened and a suspicions alertness
that soiiiethinir must mtrely hapjicn be
fore tho night should be finished pre
vailed at yolice Jieadquartcrs.
Thirteen youthful enthusiasts were
taken in chaTge for throwing coufetti
and talcum powder about the. town.
' Thp were held in tho desk sergeant's
i riip until a late hour, being sot at
1-bortv in time to catch cars for their
I SALVATIONISTS WILL
OPEN SOUP HOUSE
Tlif. local division of the Salvation
Aunv Is planning to open .1 free soup
Wtchn In the city for the whiter
mouths. Homeless men will be plvcn
Lot soup, doughnuts or buns, during tlio
'Old -wintftr ilnyr. Plans arc now under
vnv for the annual basket dinner for
Adjutant AVcfitAcott announces that In
i '.iort tlino the familiar kettles will bo
Kt.a'loncd 011 the utroot corners, in eharce
mlfonned members of, th army. Do
r irlonn will so towanl provldinn Tlianks-ct-fii
dtnnoi-H for thn poor of the city
T.d tr.wnrd maintaining the froft soup
Ui rV.cn. I(ltr.' anl fjcJr.tlos In tho city
n.iiiiiic to reach tlm defcorvins ioor arc
---iMctod to communicate -Aitli Adjutant
r vtncott t 6U liUst Third South
ISORENSON CASE ON
AGAIN THIS MORNING
T'i- trial of Alfred Sorcmien. churned
w niordrtn: H. McGtlll?. will be r
v at 10 o'cl-k Hits inornlnp. v.'hcn
drfctviA will ciidwivor to bow Unit
V-X'i 1. Sttielc, chief dnputv nlicrlff, on
" n -vnlo? of the kllllnjr. April 20. told
Htoricx of the. killtutr entfreJy different
'roin the acount he cave on ti wlt
r.s ntnud. The Jnrjmcn were taken yes
r iav to their various polling pkicca to
A majority nrf ItcpuMlcnns.
; rfle 5am vaiitM a laundryman. If vou
a'e an export Uundrymun of the male xcx
'oi can take an examination December
r for tlte position of laundry foreman In
if;e federal TirUon at Atlanta. Ga. The
3la-v Is ?8O0 per annum. Furlher lnfor
ivatlon can be obtained at the local post-OffliC.
Pioneer Woman Dead.
3tr. Abbollno Brne. S3 years of .isc,
n.dow of Ilaak Barn. died vcHtcrdav
n'nir ft hor 1'omc Ninth Vwit
- Mi B.irrms ,., a 1 ntlvc or
1 Pr vT lc ,LTd uvi fo -(! InK
r-iT F 'f 1 " f mr at nul h
1 I "M Ht 'up r'sitlrncr Tl urwl i a J p m
EVER NOTICED THAT THERE IS NO CARELESSNESS I
WHEN THE PRESIDENT OF THE ROAD TRAVELS?
By John T. McCutcheon.
fCotTletet: Tlr Joh T. McCutchwj. I
" Aii excnrslon train of ten coachca Is comlnir down aomctline. this mornlnc-"
"UvcJy now. men. Tho president and some ot tho director.; aro coming down ttUn mornlnc"
SUFFRAGE 1118 in
Kansas; Oregon and Arizona
Amend Conslilu lions; Wis
By International News Service.
CMJCAGO. Nov. 5. Woman's suf
frage won in 1hrcc slates and may win
in another when returns :irc complete,
and was probably beaten in a fifth
throughout tho country toda3'.
Kanpas, Oregon and Arizona adopted
tho constitutional amendment giving
women thq vote. The cities of .Michi
gan repudiated tho right of franchise
to the opposite sex, but the great coun
try and upper peninsula vote, which
is" not .yet complete, is expected to
make the result far different. The
fanners arc supposed to be heavily in
favor of it. In Detroit, the suffragists
did much bettor than was expected, but
in-Grand Rapids tho amendment was
cm pha tically rejected.
Wisconsin is yet to bo heard from.
Scattering reports in the cities lead
to the belief that the move has lost by
an overwhelming margin, perhaps .' to
I. As the vote was a separate ballot
and not on machine?, it may bo several
days before the authoritative figures
Kaunas adopted the provisions bv 3
to 1. City and rural neighborhood alike
gave heavy majorities. Oregon figures
sire, not complete, but it is not likely
that it has been defeated.
Arizona is assured as one of the
stales where women will vote on all
questions, possessed of equal rights
with the men at the ne.xt election.
TO BECOME CITIZEN
WASHINGTON". Nov. i. Keprc;cn
tativc Kinknid of Nebraska, is prepar
ing to put before congress when it
convenes the case of Edward Cahota. 'i
Chinese resident of Nebraska, who de
sires to be admitted to citizenship in
spite of tho Chinese exclusion law.
Cahola is said to have berved thirty
years in the United States army, for
which he is now drawing half pay in
retirement and he is declared to have
exercised tho privilcgo of voting. He
was declared not to bo a citizen, how
ever, when he nought to filo on a home
stead in northwestern Nebraska and his
application w.iy refused.
Cahota contends that ho is aa Ameri
can at heart a.ul will seel: a spoeial act
of congress establishing him as such.
CONDUCTOR IS DEAD
PHILADELPHIA. Nov. 5. Sd;:frd
Behrcnff. dean of Philadelphia musicians
and promlnenUv connected In putt ysare
with many optratlc venture, dlod nt
hi hom here today. He waa "2 years
In ISfJT he beimn traveling with the Max
StrHkoaoh-Adclina Pattl concert com
pany. Latr he hofcrt in Chicago his
Mrecr aH an operatic conductor with the
Caroline RlrhtngM opora company, aud
continued when that organization com
bined with tho Farepa Rosa comjany.
JIc orpsmlsed a company headed by
Chrlalhi; Nlbioon, Pattl and Victor Mau
I ral, which suric "Alda" Jn this country
for the first time.
Ijoses Both Legs.
CLGIX, III.. Nov. 5. WhUe JikIsc
Henry 11. Willi", prwidln? Jurist of tho
northern dlvlolon of th- Hppv-HalA court.
wii atandln? on a raUrond truck In from
of a r'v -pH pt .:fi-r ti'.iiRi t t -fi t ti ?
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Belling tne Buzzards
BY WINIFRED BLACK.
GOOD news fioin Pennsylvania.
They arc learning to boll the
buzzards down there.
The farmers in Tierks county woko
up the other niht and hoard a bell
tolling' hlKh In the dark overhead.
'Sonf,-, bon;?,'' sang tho bell. "Bonq-.
bong," and I lie farmers turned over
in bed -and liutcncd.
"Some one h; doad in the village,"
they said, "and in accordance with
the sood Dutch custom, they ring for
' the passing of his soul." And Up
turned to sleep again.
.13ut, no: tho bell kept on, "bing,
bong," right over their heads, so the
farmers ran to the door. "Can It be
an air ship that passes V" they said.
"It Is an omen," whispered others. 1
And soino there were who hid their
eyes and dared not look when tlio
mysterious bell sounded high in the '
But one man ran, and he was een i
of sight and determined of mind, and
he saw in tho glimmer of the waning
moon a dark form hovering above the
yard where the chickens stirred and
"It's a buzr.ard," he cried, and a
buzzard It was ringed and belled by
somu tricky hunter. A huge buzzard
with spreading wings, round his neck
a thong of seasoned leather and from
the thong hung a bell, a sturdy bell
that came from the neck of some
leader of the herds.
"Chmg." It paid, "cling. I am tho
buzzard; I come to rob the chicken
yard; take car, lake care."
And all the hens clucked and tlio
rooster ran lo and fro. aud the little
chicks scurried to shelter. Tim farm
er found his gun but Mm buzzard was
gone without the chicken he had come
Good for the man who belled tho
buzzard. I wish some one would tell
us how to do the came thing all over
Vou know a buzzard or two who
would be the better for belling, don't
you? I do human buzzards.
The llrst buzzard I'd bell would be
a man 1 know, a newspaper man he Is
loo, clever but envious, restless, curl
ouh, prying, a human buzzard.
Is there a man a little dlnconlcntcd
on the paper?
"These people aren't treating you
right," ho flquawks In the victim's
ear, "they don't amircclato you. Why
do you may with them'.'" And he hints
and grhiK and .suggests till he has buz
zarded tho man out of a good position.
Why has he a upcclal grudge against
tho man? Is thjre some one else ho
wants to get Into that man's place?
Does ho want to "get oven" with the
Not at all. He's Just a buzzard,
thafa all. and It's his nature to buzz.
Wouldn't It be great if you could bell
him so that the Innocent wayfarer
could hear him coming and get out of
Uuzz. buzz, cling, clnn?, ctlnsr:
bore's another of the tribe, a female
of tho species this time.
"Vour husband Is such a lovely
man." says the female, "so davoted.
Uu't he? Who Is that pretty gill I
eoc him with so often? Your nloce?
No? Vou don't know who It 1; you
can't imagine? Well, my dear, don't
worry. It may not be anything, but
he docs act awfully qner whon ou
cc him wltli her. Oh, I'm so orry
T said a word. I wouldn't muke
I trouble for worlds." Cling, clang,
cling, bell the buzzard malo aud
Hurrah, brothers, there' agony up
there In the big h'ou?e on tho hill.
The man haa run nwa.y with another
woman, and tlm wife left hnhlnd will
liavc to sell her flno furniture, and
let the big house go empty. Lot's
crowd a round and ntare vrhen she
trls to slip by without being scn.
Let's ask her when alio is going to
start her divorce, It will .:nako hr
fcl no happy.. Swish, nwish, hovr
black the air Is with the beating
The little girl across the ptrt,
pretty thine. Isn't alio? Hair like
com ftlk, eyes like forgt-mo-notc
They v nes In some kind of dis
grace. Let's run over awl axk her
mother about It. Swhh. swish, what
fun It Is to be a buzzard.
Whenever there's a brother down.
. go aftor him. Whonovor a alater
ntumbl, flop your black wing in
her wye. Pry. nK outlons, vntch.
clont. shall vou l. a human buz
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The Magic of Love
By WINIFRED BLACK.
Tllli chllldren were In high glee
They brought something home from
down the hill, where the shops are
something 'mysterious and weird and
magic, they said, aud they tiptoed
1 around and brought a great blue bowl
Willi white llowers in tho rim, nnd
they filled the howl with clear water,
and then they set the bowl on tho
little step that leads to the place
where the tall hollyhocks stand
watching over the wall to see who
is being good nnd who is bolng bad
down lu the village, and they opened
a little while wooden box and took
out woe shavings of things, like llt
tlo splinters frojn some stocky plant,
and the little boy's eyes grew dark
"My turn first," said he. and into
the bowl he dropped one of the little
splinters, and it was no longer a
splinter; It llowered slowly, slowly
a blossom of crimson on the shining
surfuco of the clear water.
"Ohl" sighed the little boy in cc
stacy "Oh! It weally is a Ilowcr. a
water flowor. It's inaKle, mother; It
is weally, weally magic."
And the little girl smiled mysteri
ously, and opened her Illy-like bund,
and down In the bowl of water sbo
dropped another splinter. "Sh-h!"
whispered tho little girl. "I've wished
11 to be something." and the dull,
dead splinter, like the other, opened
and blossomed Into a llower of ce
lestial blue, and by the side of It rode
a tinv ship for fairies. And then the
howl "was full. Little ducks swam in
the clear water, bluebirds darted here
and there, a lily unfoldod its white
petals, a rose bhfahed as only roses
do, and a fairy ship set sail across
thn bowl Into unknown seas.
"Oh!" suid tho little boy, his gray
eyes wide with wondering delight:
"oh, I love to sec magic, mother; I
love to see made!"
And the children laughed and -played
for an hour with the blue howl
of clear water and the tiny splinters.
The little bov came and looked Into
my faco with his clear eyes lhatiarc
like a little lake In the forest. 1
"Isn't it runny?" said he. "Isn't
it funny about magic things? They
tav In a box and they look like any
thing else, and then you take them
to water and put them in and they
are be-au-ti-ful things all at once.
Just because of Iho water. Isn't?' U
And I told tho little boy I thought,
it really was funny, very funny, and
very sweet, too. anil something to b$
thought of. Tho little magic water
flowers that come In tho wooden box,
so plain to see. so iiiHignllicant. and
yet they aro magic for all that, real
How many souls are there like that
humble. n.ulel. plain, uiilnttjrtlng?
r.athc thorn In the magic of love ami
they are transllgured.
I saw a woman on the street car
tho othor day plain, poor, humble, a
little dull and all at once her rather
rilupld face wils glorified with a nmio
that made her beautiful, and I looked,
and by the roadsldo stood a little
homely boy. freckled as a turkey'a
egg. red headed, wide mouthed, bare
footed. Hers, she loved him: the magic
flower of molhorhood grow lo glorious
beauty right before my dazzled eyes.
A dull-eyed man stood In the office
of a Justice tho olkor day waiting.
''h door opened, a woman entered
a faded. iiiMlgiiifk-nnt little creature
you could never have told her from
a thousand of her kind in a crowd.
The man's oy;s blazed Uku stars and
the woman's face shone.
They Jiatl been waiting for this day
for years. The woman had a sick
mothw to cam for. tho man was
bringing up his little slater.. Now
they were fre. and today they camn
to claim nch other and go home to
a friendly tireflde together, aftor
many years. Single, again tho old.
old maglo of love.
Miuera' Strike Settled.
WINNIPKG. Nov. .-The conl miners'
Btrlko at R'-lvlew, Alberta, in which HoO
men went out Thursday, was settled to
day by J. O. .rones, vice president of the
United 7flnc Worker of America, and
Ralph Milliard, general man.igcr of the
W't ( -median "!!!r-ry. Thr 'iim ,if-
' 1 f ! rr. x. ld Tl r otlMo'A' '-tM'
li ratT to ri-" r if ai arb'tni Ion ioanl
)- nU Immediately ajipolnttd to deal with
1 1 'X r"lrrt,
TRIBUTE IS PI TO
THE REUfl. PiOEl
Ministerial Association Com
ments Upon His- Worth, '
and Regrets Loss.
A lilbulo to tbo Knv. 1.iv. W. M.
Padeu. who recently resigned the. pas- !
torato of the 11 rat Presbyterian church,
lrau been prepared by a committee ap
pointed by the Ministerial association
for that purpose. Tho tribute follow.--..
The Rov. 3r William M. f'aden.
after llfto'-.-n years' service as minister
of thi First Presbyterian church or
this city, has resigned IiIh Htaige to
enter upon another and a larger lloiu
of labor. In consequence, lm active
membership In the association is trr
mlnntcd. In thl brief minute wo wish
to vecdrd our loss in his removal. In
deed, his jollier is a. distinct loss to
all this region round about. He was
among us a lower of strength fc-r all
pood i:au:ioc-. He i: a must
and admirable man. His affability
has no tinge of insincerity, hH friend
liness no shade of simulation. He Is
frank without blunt ness. strong with
out rudeness, steadfast without of
fenslveneHH. genial without weak
ness, conellalory without hurtful
He contends for righteousness with
out personal hostility. His courage
is umnarred by bravado. His line
traits of oharaeior. his culture, his
lltorarv equipment, his type of faith,
his ministerial ability, his wide tic
uuiiliilunce with practical affairs, his
willingness to put all his resources
under tribute for any worthy cause
all those things are the notes of a
personam v whose place cannot be
easily supplied In our association,
and in this state.
Commending him most heartily to
all people, with cordial and admiring
love, wii bid him Godspeed.
It. J. TAJBOTT.
WILLIAM F. HPLKLKV,
UOBHRT AHA SMITH.
Committer: on Resolution.
Attorncv Ccneral A. fc. I'anios Is r-011-sldcrlng
the question as tu whether a
ium'iiiiiI school diploma is sufficient for a
rl;lit lo teach in tin schools uf th" stale
without an additional teacher's certificate
from the state board of education. He
will render a dcclsiuii within a day or
Thr statutes 011 the matter seem to
lie somewhat contradictory. A careful
examination t Ihc sections governing
tlm status of normal school graduates
show that graduates arc exempt from the
supervision of the state boaid of educa
tion in scholarship only.
But the statutes stale distinctly thai
It Is necessary Tor candidates tu touch
to pass an examination before th' state
board of education In morals, physical
condition, am! pedagogic anuny ocioru
receiving certificates entitling them 10
Instruct In the schools of the stale, lu
these three departments, examination is
thorough, particularly In the matter of
physical status. Including investigation
a-slo possible hereditary taint ami pul
inonurv conditions. Notwithstanding' con
fusion" of the statutes hi some minor
points, this main fact is considered plain
ly apparent by the attorney general ami
he will so advise.
MOTHER AND BABE TO
BE BURIED TOGETHER
Mrs. Clara Anderson. 21 years of ace,!
wife of William K. Anderson, of 77."
.South West Temple street, died at a
local hospital yesterday morninji, just
a few hours after death had claimed
her new-born babe.
Mrs. Anderson is survived by lier
husband, her mother. Airs. Alice Estes:
four brothers, Roy, George, Harvey and
William Estes. ami two sisters, Sadie
Kstes and Mrs. Gcorco Walker, all of
Funeral services for the mother aud
babe will be held at the OTJonucll fit;
ncral chapel Friday at 2 p. m.
SNOWFALL HEAVY IN
Six feet of snow has fallen in the vi
cinity of Lake Phoebe at the bead of
Hig Cottonwood canyon where the city
Is building a reservoir dam, according
to A. L. Phillips, foreman in charge of
the work, who came to town yesterday
on snowslioos. Afr. Phillips reported to
C. G. "Barrett, superintendent of the wa
terworks, that lie and his men had been
forced to break a trail through the snow
to get out their teams.
The construction camp at Lake Phoebe
has been cloned for the winter and no
further work will bo attempted until fa
vorable weather perm! is a resumption
Club Is Up to Date.
The new pool table for the Transporta
tion club was Installed yesterday after
noon in the club rooms under tho per
sonal supervision of President C. .1. Mc
Nltt. II is an exact duplicate of the one
aliendy there. Election returns were re
ceived In Iho club rooms lasl night and
the members of tlve club played pool. bil.
liards and cards or read in asy chairs
while the returns were brought to them.
To Bo Buried. Today.
Funeral service's for Mis. Mary
Whitoloek, SI yean? of a?e, who diod
Sunday at tho home of hor daughter,
Mrs. Elizabeth Stewart. l.'Jd3 Lincoln
avenue, wero held at the funeral par
lors of Undertaker Eber W, Hall yes
terday at '2 j). m.
The bodv will be sent to Tooele to
day for burial.
CITY AND VICINITY
THE SECOND of the series of lec
tin cs on musical subjects which are be
ins given each month at Westminster
college was given Tuesday morning by
Mrs. ISsther Allen Gaw. The subject wni
"Song Form" ami the lecture was illus
trated by musical selections by .Mrs. Gaw
and Miss Sinn. ' . ,
E. W. EVANS began suit in the dis
trict court yneicrday against Morgan
Pa vies, el al.. to collect on a promlfcfeory
note for ?200o alleged to have been slveii
by Carol S. Wilkinson and .Monroe WIl
'klnon. and to quiet title to th'j prop-!
erty Involved as security.
MISS HAZEL POULTON haa accepted
tlm position of stenographer for the
Cumberland Gap Despatch. She fills a
vacancy caused by the resignation of
Miss Lucilc Anderson, who has gone to
San PYiuiclwo to live.
A PETITION was tiled with the cltv
commission yesterday, signed by a score
of citizens, asking that a lateral sower
b laid on Windsor aveniif and In Chase
court between ISIghlh ICast nnd Ninth
15a ft Mrccts.
BISHOP SPALDING will speak on
"The Labor Movement and Its rtelatlo'n
to Organh:nd Christianity" In the par
lors of the Flrt Congregational church
MR. AND MRS. l. HILSON are re
ceiving the congratulations or their manv
frlrnds on th? arrival of a baby boy. " 1
. "Den Tiocwenthal of Chicago, patent
promoter, will look at patent? al, Hotel'
TU-h Tb a r?iar otilr. ( Alvrtiseniflnt1
YOUNG SALT LIER
DIES Dill GflftST
Frederick Vellz Succumbs to
Injuries He Received Sev
eral Days Ago.
T'rcdorick Vcltz. the eldest son of
Mr. and Mrs. Oswald Veil, lUI! -Sixth
East struct, Salt Lake, died yesterday
afternoon at Lu.-. Au-cles. The voting
mail, who was 23 j enrs of w,s nin
down i week ko by an automobile ami
sttstaiuod a son ore concussion of the
brain. Ilia mother was wilh him at the
time of his death. Hcsidos his parents
he lca03 his youiijr wife, two Bisters
and one brother. The remains will be
brought here for interment, and the
funeral arrangements will not be per
fected until the arrival ot the wtto nnd
mother of the young- man.
MRS- BERTHA M. BROWN
IS CALLED BY DEATH
Mrs. T'.crlha M. JJrown. ."(? years of
nee. wife of C I''. Hrowu, former United
Stales dramas; engineer, died at. the
fainilv residence, !K;:i East Me, cut 1
South" street, yesterday morning;. Don ill
came after a lin-zcrinp: illness follow-.
injl' au operation submitted, to oy Mrs.
lirown nearly a year nro.
Jlrs. "Brown was born 111 Aophi, and
was the dauffhlcr of W. U. and Alice
Mav. Sho had lived in Uranilo stake
for'thc last sixteen, years and had been
an active church worker, holdin-' a
position as counsellor in the . U M. I.
A. at tho time of her death. Besides
her husband, she is survived by throe
children, her parents, two brother?. S.
P. and J. V. May, and a tislcr, Mrs.
Funeral announcement will bo made
NO DEVELOPMENT IN
There was no important development
in the strike situation at Binyhain yos
terdav. 0. IS. Mnlioney, vice president ;
Vanco Ter.ieh and .1. C Lowney, ex
ecutive board members, and K. t f.
Locke, Bingham secretary of the West
ern Federation of Miners, have re
turned to the mining camp from Salt
Lake. Charles II. Mover, president, is
said to have loft Denver for tho east.
The Utah Copper mine has almost 000
men employed. Doputy sheriffs aro still
on guard at the mini's, but no disturb
ance since the arrest of Tcr.ich and
Locke has been reported.
LUKE MAY PROVES
HIMSELF A NIMROD
On of the largest deer over brought
Into .Salt Lake was exhibited yesterday I
by Luke May, chief of the. Mavlon I)o
tective bureau, when he rcturnd from a
hunting trip in Skull valley. The big
buck was a six-pointed one and weighed
10G pounds dressed. Four others, all
residents of Stockton, accompanied Mr.
May and each bagged a deer, one being
the limit allowed" by law. The othor? In
the party which left Stockton September
Uii. and was gone twenty days, were Qull
Benson, John Rces. Milton Leemau and
J, W. Braider, all of Stockton.
DISPOSE OF BABIES
LIKE PUPPY DOGS
LOS ANCJIvLttS. Cal., Nov. 5. "Babies
In Los Angeles are being given away, or
bought nnd sold like so many puppy
dogs." declared Dr. L. M. Powers, city
health officer, today, who said new laws
regulating the adoption or transfer of
children were absolutely necessary. It
would be Impossible to say how many
babies vanish each year leaving no clue
to their fate. Many babies are taken
for "adoption" by people who do not leave
their correct Identity and of whom wc enn
find no trncc. A few babies, of course,
find good homvs, but there aro a great
many whoso fate is entirely different.
A movement -Is on foot, according lo a
report from I he general ofrice-i of the
Utah Light & Hallway company yester
day, to put a stop to smoking in street
A general opinion of local shipper. and
railroad men residing the suggestions
made by the interstate commerce com
mission regarding the car siiortago is
thai it will bo a good thing for the
Manv contracting tlrms have applied
to the architect. W. A. Klcttlng, for the
new capltol specifications, although It. Is
not known that all will bidden the work
of constructing the building:
DOCTOR WINS BOTH
WIFE AND FORTUNE
WASHINGTON. Nov. ;". A wife and
.$27.l7b was the reward gathered bv Dr.
.Joseph ). Kavenoy for his attendance
on John K. Iferrell, a locai finutieirr,
who died in 1909.
While physician to the. capitalist he
wooed and wou tho aged invalid's cous
in and housekcepor. Miss llerrcll. Now
the courts have given him a verdict
agaiiist tho executors of the TIerroll es
tate for the full amount of his bill for
medical services. The district court of
appeals, petitioned to reverce the find
ing of the lower court, has just refused
to do so.
FIVE ALLEGED SAFE
BLOWERS GET AWAY
CHICAGO. Nov. 5. Fivr alleged .afe
blower escaped early today from cells
undnr the detective bureau at police
headquarter". Tho noise of their jail
breaking Was unheard, owing to the hiss
of team fiom a defeollve radiator.
JoHoph D. Maraud, the leader of the
pang, used a chair rung to break the
lock on hi cell. Kxlt from the build
ing waa found through a coal hole.
SPABTANBUHG. N. C Nov. C Ev
ery printing press in Spartanburg was
put to v.-ork with a rush this morning
when it was discovered that the ballots
for use in today's elections had either
been destroyed or concealed. No light
had becu thrown on the disappearance
of the tickets. Other ballots were pro
cured in time and rushed to the booths:.
ratal Election Quarrols,
LEXINGTON. Ky Nov. .. -Two men I
woi'i killed aa a result of quarrels at
election booth. in Kentucky today,
n Lee county Constable Thomas
Campbell was hilled and John aud
Jnmos Caudill were arrested charged
with having shot him.
In Anderron county Green Bowon waj
killed by County 'Magistrate Miirdio
S.ittcrlc. it is charged
Salt Lalcera iu New York.
Special to The Tribune.
1 NEW YORK. Nov, Z ToijL J. Nat
I tic-ton. TJror.tll, 1" C T'ra.
Both Brunches 0f MJlff
Sl;ilc Scions WillySHl I
legiance lo "g. oS-pi
Only Seventeen lMlf
Sure of Obtaining eJPJ
lo the Lower Ho0Ljc
The legislature 0r jp sii B $
llcan In both or i brancUWr ,
frum all parta of tl,0 utt iBjfj
to an early hour tl,!B aierr
the certainty of ,l0 cjwUJ-
four Republican nembr JWOK
house and seventeen DK
four seats In doubt" SBilt
pointed to the cic-Uoj, f rSH.'
can state senators, which f !
over senator, ,vlll ina)fc'thP
yenHle conxlst of flxtrcti IU.-jjR
two Democrats, as :,t tIIi-WEM
mrmbcis11' 1,0 -''IWiB
State Senate. wW'
rind district, eoinpriMor 1K -and
Tooele iiJUiiticM- ' i 1 nt
Fecund district. rarheriKk I
funic (D holde-vr ..BfJ I
Third dlstrk-l. Ukli, umimr
count Ick John Thnrnl irJs .
Fourth dl.st.la, wJ?t-MBb T)
liam Craig (11). u V W
I-'Ifth district, .Summit a-JR
count IesL. 15. VKX. y?A -Mt -
hlslh district Suit lk p?'
Knitth (R'l. lifililovor; wllli
(IO. holdover; W. M011I T tnVPll '
rtldfout (111. Chuilox ri( .
. heycntli district. I'm, tK
Cardncr (R. lioldovcr; Al(t l1
(It), holdover. '
l-:ighth district. Jtial, lrH' .
tlf it- Udgohlll mi. Bhj
Ninth district. Kniipct raF'
Olson (D). holdover. f
Tenth dlstilcl. Srvler wJLrn
shv (J)"''11'1'1 C0U,,t'ts-Jwir
Klevcnlh dislrlct, Bpar Inu
liicton mid Kane coiinti3Pl
Twelfih dloirlct. Parboa. JKu7!.
Juan. Ci-and ami rinbiU csa WU
tverson (II), holdover. Ff
House of HepresentiAre
Beturn from evcrj ccunijljR
indicate the election of U?K
meinbers of the lower hauniiKL
Beaver countv Alfred M.I)JP1
Box Uldor coiuily -M. n. lfK-,i
Cache county Joseph II CP"
nrlgliam V. Benson (D), Hf'
Carbon county- Levi .V. llnjP
Bavin county N. T. Poitrktttt
JOinery county 1. P. Ortaa
Carlleld J. N. lloiirie m'!,rt'
Grand V. P. JIaninini3 5:flfli! :
Iron Wllford Day (1)1.
Kane C John Smith (R.
Millard A. .. Klmlidll (Dl'Mrnlt
J'iutc Samuel I Pace DJ.'Rifi .
ltlch ,f. R Spencer IP,).
Halt Iake--Annie U'rllj CyH
Anna II. King (K), 0;. JwK't
(it). B. I.. JiKld (ID. Cbrc.vtK!
(11), Kdyth Kllcrbeok jP t
Kriebel (R), David J. OAt B.R
McKae (H). Clnu.lo T. B-ratfR""
.San Juan George A. .Ju-4Bp u
Sanpete --L. 11. AnJtnon. llKd'
Sevier II. C Chrljtcniof IKrW
Sumtnll F. W. Marclunj (4K -Tooclr
Alma Swiiion (PJ.-"BT,
Uintah U. D. N'cbV:er !. I
Utah W. L. Opcnshaw (Di;jBLy
wick (D). H. T. IteynoHJ K,
' Wasatch Vv. L. Van W4mHL2i
Washington David If. JlfflJp.
Wayne lSphrnlm Dajtnrp (Br w
Weber W. II. llarriolt
Tloopcr (R), John J, Batktr . .
Wilcox (R). J&1
wkathkr rop.nciST fox Hii( i
CITV AND TUB STATS OrnMf n
sitowr.ns wi:dncsday AXDTiffl w
fuinp-iiftitve wfilbtr J"Bt
Novrniljcr 3. 1511
HtKlirwt tinp;rtiil 1J t
lilshMt In this monib itnc Im "JMJ
)0Aft luM nlhl Jl 8il51
inonlti lni o 1571 ras ? ilofti'' ''t.H
temperature for to-J) 'T?fcrn
ii di-sifci: an-uaiuUl-l --ttK'
first or the. uionlh It :o its??,l2E?a
Ci-lenrr slnco Januarr 1 l rZJk t
Itelallvr liuoilJlly '- tt rEJ
crrit: flaltve tiiinMlt- it 1- fc
per rrnt. ... mJB'l
Total ,rrrlpll-tlon .'or mta
rnJltis at ! p. m. rit f JTI"
month to dale M f' 0
deficiency tor lhl on! " .Bw,
Inch: total prcclplUtJoa ita
I, 17.31 Inchn; cnwiulitrf 'a'BPt-
arr 1 is 3.77 lortie.
November 5. UU. .... "
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Spokane . it a!BmVA
Touop-th M gBKl
W-liliiKtoo . . 1 5'IBP
Ml divisions of af JtfBh
voire closed oa W'JB ;
day. Th JuaW'jMWi
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Under the lVnll,,(,y -BC'
nlon on clecJIonji; B
ran diamond, -"irdjf
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