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DESERET EVENING NEWS WEDNESDAY JULY 31 1007 J
SGHMIIZNAMES
HIS SUPERVISORS
The Appointments Will be Signed
By Him in San Francisco
County Jail
e
S SORRYTO SEE THE TANGLE
Ills OWII Course Clear Hat Appoint
ed Union Men Only to the
cllllclea
San Francisco July 30 Eugeno
Sehmltz the convicted mayor today
made the following appointments to till
the vacancies created by the forced re
signations of II members of the board
of supervisors Sehmltz claiming the
right appointment on the feround
that he Is the de Jure mayor ot Suit
Francisco
William Cole carpenter building
trades council
T J Tlorney cement worker build
IIIK trader council
Thomas Maxwell carpenter ntnultfa
iniited cm pcnlers
Henry Shvejuin painter bulldlns
trades council
p D Hawthorne ilsgcr and stove
doro member city trout federation
J A Kcagh muslulun labor council
1 W llyers machinist labor coun <
cil
J F Leonard electrician labor coun
cil
J Williams master plumber
J J Henry stcamltttcr labor coun
cil
John McCrackcn department store
clerk
fluirloA L Merry printing pressman
allied prlntini trades
Charles WurcoUrt blacksmith labor
council
All of these 14 but Mr Merry have
accepted und his acceptance Is expect
ed today
Mayor Schmltz will appoint suc
cessor to he supervisor In place of Mc
Gushln when the latters resignation
which was not forthcoming yesterday
submitted
Schmltz has already appointed n
successor to Supervisor lloxton Whoso
resignation was handed In nt the time
ot his election to the mayoralty The
seventeenth und eighteenth membcri
ot the board Tvletmoc and ONeill
remain In olllce undisturbed by the
briberywaft prosecution because they
did not take office oilglnally until after
tho alleged briberies which are now
being prosecuted
STATEMENT BY SCHM1TZ
In giving out his appointments today
Mayor Kchmltz made the following
statement
These appointments will be signed I
by me tociny ut the county Jail wheio
I am Htlll confined and will ba at once
delivered by my secretary to the 14
appointees at my olllce nt Post and
Fianhlln directs lhey will go fioln
there to the county clerks ofllce and
take oath of otllce after which tiicy will
present their credentials to the clerk
of the board of supervisors
They will meet In bpcclal session nt
the hall of justice either tomorrow or
Thursday and organize for bUsiness
Supervisors ONeill and Tveltmoo will
bo Invited to attend and participate In
this meeting I presume they will do
BO
J wish to make this comment on the
municipal situation IUII1 exceedingly
sorry In see this ftiipervlporln tangle
for It Is likely to cause n deal of liti
gation for tho city and county ot San
FmnclBco for years to come My own
course Is clear Acting upon the ad
vice of my attorney which believe to
e absolutely legal I hold that I ns
the miiyor of San Francisco have thc
solo power of appointments to vacan
cies in municipal olllce and that the
appointive acts at Mr Edward R Tay
lor are void and Incapable of legal
support Thai however Is for tho
courts to decide and 1 assume that
they will be called upon for determina
tion soon after the two boards of su
pervisors get down to business If any
other municipal vacancies occur by
voluntary resignation which Is tho
only kind of vacating force I shall re
cognize shall promptly nil them by
appointment Incumbents will pay no
attention to attempted removals by
Mr ra lor
I wish to call attention to one tact
I Jiavc appointed union labor men only
to tho vacancies In the board of super
vise s In doing so I have observed
strictly a custom that has long boon
traditional namely that the appoint
ive power shall flu vacancies from the
ranks ot the political parties from
1 which the original Incumbents wero
elected Tho people elected n union
labor hoard of supervisors and It Is
my duty to preserve that political rep
resentation III olllce If tho people de
sire a board of some other political
faith tlioy will so announce at the next
election
Mr Sehmltz complained that his pri
vate mall Is being opened by Mayor
Taylor Ho exhibited several letters
mldrMsod to Hon Fngeno 13 Schtnltz
San Franrltico personal which have
been slit open and marked In Indelible
pencil opened by 131 WAI d B Taylor
Schmltz said
This Is something that no man will
Bland for I shall take It up Imme
diately with authorities at Wnih
Ington and Ires the complaint to thu
limit against Mr Taylor
sly WILSON IN SBNrJJJ
Seattle July 30Slc Wilson wan
feniotulncd nl lunch today by tho
i PARALYSIS CURED
PATIKXT OtVKS AMi T1IK OHK11T
TO flit WJJjllAMS IXIC PILIS
Sorely Afflicted lie Vns Cured After
Ordinary Methods Jnllcil Kc to
Oho Itellef
There are still people who say that
imrtlnl paralysis cnnnot be cured
If you have partial paralysis or nome
other severe nervous disorder ilo you
think It Is better to ho treated by
some one who Insists that you are In
curable or to take a treatment Hint
grateful patients throughout thn Unit
ed States testify has cured them
A recent case where a cure was effect
ed wan that of Mr Charles H Clltdeii of
Portland Ionia Co MichMr cilldon
Is n veteran ot the Civil war and
fought with the Eighth New York Ar
tillery The story ot his affliction told
In his awn words Is us follows
In 1893 I was Attacked with terrible
twitching sensations find numbness all
over my body which my physician said
vn paralysis and which attributed
to a bullet wound received during the
war I seemed fo bo getting paralyzed all
over and finally could hardly walk My
eyes became weak and I had to get
stronger glasses I could not move tho
lid of ono of my eyes and my fuce and
mouth wero drawn over to thin right
sldo to such an extent that I could not
sponk distinctly I was also troubled
with palpitation ot the heart
In the fall of 1S3S after having been
under the treatment of several doctors
and having tried electricity without
help I bought six boxes of Dr Wil
liams Pink Pills and got relief After
taking six boxes more I could stand n
hard days tramp and another six boxes
cured me
This case like numerous others bears
witness to tho wonderful curative prop
crtles of Dr Williams Pink Pills In
nervous disorders
Dr Williams Plnk Pills euro general
and ncrvbits debility because they make
new blood They strike at tho root of
these and other blood diseases nuch ns
rheumatism nnacnila Indigestion and
nervous troubles such as neuralgia
nervousness and spinal weakness
A valuable booklet Nervous Disor
der will be sent free on request
Dr Williams Pink Pills are sold by
all druggists or sont postpaid on re
ceipt of price 50 cents per box six
boxes for J250 by tho Dr Williams
Medicine Company Schenectady N T
Rainier club Soy Wilson saw Seattle
In an automobile Inspected the deep
harbor nnd then went to Tacoma
Tho secretary said that there seemed
to be a woll defined sentiment In tho
west In favor of Roosevelt far a thlnl
term but gave no personal opinion Ho
had heard no rumor of his own resig
nation and aldJt Is too far ahead
to forecast what I will do at tho end
of my term
Referring to his forest reserve policy
ho said Unless tho men Intend to
establish their homes on the land I
am In favorot keeping It In the for
est reserve
PROHIBITION GEORGIA
Ilolli Houses Pass lllll for It nUll Nov
GOI1I to the Governor
Atlanta Gn July 30The Harde
mannCovington prohibition bill passed
by the Georgia senate some days ago
was adopted by tho house this evening
by a vote of 139 to 39 Two amend
ments wio added to the bill which
will necessitate the bill going back to
tho senate for concurrence of which
there Is no doubt and the bill then will
go to Gov Hokc Smith for his signa
ture which has been practically pledg
ed and prohibition will become a law
In Grorcla
The amendments today permit the
sale ot pure alcohpl by retail drug
gists on the prescription of a reputable
physlclvi ana allow wholesale drug
gists to tiuiy pure alcohol In stock for
sal to rctalltrs only
The olll rrthlblts the manufacture
or keeping on hand In any place of
business or tho sale or giving away
within tho state of any liquor that
may produce Intoxication The now
law Is to become effective Jan 1 1908
BOILER EXPLOSION
KILLS FOUR MEN
Milan Tenn July 30Four per
sons were klllcj outright and another
was fatally Injured and 10 others wore
berlously hurt nt a lain hour tonight
when the boiler of an engine attach
ed to a fast Illinois Central freight
train northbound exploded near this
place wrecking the train as well as
another freight train standing In an
adjacent siding
THE DEAD
Engineer Mahoney Chicago
Robert Hondoison fireman Jackson
Tenn
Two tramps unidentified
A B Lynch trainman Jackson
Tenn
The train wan running at a high raIl
of speed when tho explosion occurred
Uoth trains caught lire and will be a
total loss
AIRS KIIV CASH rOSTiONKI
Concord N II July 30Arter a
hearing lasting all day until Into this
evening Magistrate Edmund S Cook
before whom the depositions wero to
hoe been taken In connection with
tho suit to secure accounting at tho
property of Mrs Mary Bakor O
Eddy tho Christian Scientist leader
decided to BUtipcnd tho taking of
these depositions In order that un ap
peal for advice qn tho technical ques
tions Involved might be taken to Judge
Chamberlain of tho superior court
or to the musters appointed by him
This wu u victory for counsel repre
senting Mrs Eddy who contended
that tile right to talco depositions In
an action Is suspended during tile
c
WOMEN SUFFER
j i Many women suffer in silence and
tt drift along from bad to worse know
ing woll that they ought to have
Immediate assistance
t I ti il How many women do you know
l U who are perfectly well nail strong
th Thccauco may be easily traced
SOme feminine derangement which
0 j iiI 14i manifests Itolf in depression of
L 1 It fcplrlts reluctance to go anywhere
I f or do anything backache dragging
tW hcnsatlous flatulency nervousness
f and sleeplessness
These syinptomsnrobnt warnings
that there is danger ahead Dud un
Ic heeded a life if suffering or a
serious operation Is the Inevitable
MESS JULiE FLORENCE WALSH result The best remedy for all
these symptoms is
f Lydia E hamsVegetable Compound
made from native roots and herbs No other medicine In the country Imp
revolved Mich widespread and unqualified endorsement No other sued
ei clue has such a reconl of cures of female mil
Jllw J F WaUh of 358 W 36th Bt New York City wrI1l11LYIUn
H Ilnltlmins VfLutablo Compound has been of liuetlnmblu valutt In
1 restoring my health I aulferud from fcmalo Illness which caused
ilrcmUul licaduchca dlzzliicHS nail dull pains In my back but your
inudlclna boon brqujjht about u change In my general condition built
run up und math mo perfectly well
1 Iydltt ipjnlhuiira Vejjutnblo Compound cures Female Complaints
such an JIucliaulin Palllnir IIII l DIsplacements Inllniqraation and Ulcfira
tlmjnndQrirarilu dIseases It 15 Invaluable In preparing for childbirth
aud nUrlni the CJianKu of Life Jtcurcs Nervous ProstratIon Hoadnche
General Doblllty and lnvorntiH the vtliplo nvslrin
Mrs Pinkhams Standing Invitation to Women
Women Biifferlnir front any form of feinulo wenUnew nre lnTlt 4 to
tutu Mrn JlnUliiim ut Lynn Muse Her udvlco U free
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trial of the action before the master
Counsel for the next friends the
plntntlfffl In the original null oppoxftd
the motion for 1I1 pell lan vigorously
and there Were Solute lively tilts be
tween former United Stated Senator
William R Chandler senior counsel
for the next friends nnd don Frank
li Strectcr of roundel for Mr I3ddy
Tho ruling of tho magistrate Post
I > inc8 nil proceedings In tho case hero
until next week
NO HUV1SIOX 01 VALUES
Lincoln Neb July 30Tho state
board of assessment with Gay Shel
don taking tho lending part today
denied tho request of tho Union Pa
CIfic llnllroad company for a revision
ot land values and at tho same time
refused to put In tho record tha re
monstrance of the road Tho contcn
ton of tho Union Partllc Is that rail
road assessment are out ot propor
tion 10 those on other property par
ticularly farm lands
tJHAXT TO LOUD CItOMKll
Ionflon July lODoth housos to
day approved the Riunt of 250000
to Lprd Croin who recently reigned
the post of BritIsh agent and consul
general In Egypt
WAS NO COWARD
Policeman TFIIC3IJItOOft Acquitted
or he Charge
New York July 31 Policeman Tracy
L Ropsa one of the two policemen
placed on trial on charges of coward
Ice In connection with tho escape of
murderer Frank H Warner has been
acquitted of the charge He proved
that there was no blemish on his char
acter as charged and thu case was
dismissed The trial of Policeman
Stephens Walsh who wall similarly ac
cused will be resumed today
Police Commissioner Ulngham took
occasion after Roosas ncnulttal to
make u stirring speech regarding cour
age to the DO or more policemen In nt
tcndancc In the trial room He said
You men nil know that wo cannot
stand for any White feathers or any
yellow streaks or any cowardice on
this force and wo dont havo to Al
most without exception for 30 years
thero has not been proved n charge of
cowardice against any man on this
force and It Is the duty of every ono
ot you men to see that proud record
Is tarried out
WANTS TO ANNUL MARRIAGE
Maude FenlySlieruln Is JfcnV Repent
IIIR at Leisure In Deliver
Denver July lOIn a signed state
mont published this afternoon Mrs
Maude FealyShenvln the actress de
clares that she wishes her recent clan
destine marriage to Hugo L Sherwin
a dramatic critic at this city annulled
It It bo legally possible Whether this
can or cannot bo done Mrs Sherwin
states positively that she will not BOJ
Mr Sherwin again for a year
My mother Is so grieved and heart
broken ccr this thing wrote Mrs
Sherwin that the only reparation I
can ni ike her Is an annulment of thu
mnrrinBC
M fhirwin It ° s sid Is preparn
to demand that his wife shall como to
him
STRIKE TROUBLES AHEAD
S FOR ENGLISH RAILWAYS
London July 30Lord Claude John
Hamilton chairman of time Great East
ern railway and Henry Coamo Mon
SOl chairman of the Southwestern i
railway speaking at tho annual meet i
ings of their respective companies this
afternoon emphatically refused to rec
ognlzo the Amalgamated Society ot
Railway Servants tho executive com
mittee ot vhlch hod demanded the
right to represent the railroad employes
In an effort to settle their alleged
grievances This It la feared may
result in momentous labor troubles
next month
A conference of delegates represent
ing all grades employes of every
railroad In England und Wales was
held In Ulrmlnham last November and
a program was drawn up which In
cluded demands for an eighthour day
Increased wgcs und the recognition ot
the amalgamated society by tho com
panies Last May thero was a series ot
demonstrations throughout the United
Kingdom by railroad employes ngltav
Ing thplrl demands and resolutions
were pnsfiJ to call a strike in August
If the men should fall In their efforts
to get concessions from the railroad
companies concerned
Both the chairmen declared today
that their directors always wero ready
to discuss Grievances with tho em
ployes themselves but they absolutely
declined to permit the Interferences ot
a third party Lord Claude John Ham
ilton asserted that he Intended at all
costs to preserve or tho directors of
his company and the stuff thoy em
ployed the light to continue to enjoy
the privileges of free citizens untrnm
meled by the coercion or tyranny ot
nn outside Irresponsible body of men
It is understood that the manage
ments of all railroads In the United
Kingdom havs similarly agreed to re
fuse to recognize the Amalgamated So
ciety of Hallway Servants ns an In
termediary between tho directors and
the men
OKLAHOMA HKIUIIWOAN PlaX
Tulsa I T July 30 Frank Frantz
for governor and a full state ticket
on a platform claiming credit for good
features In the proposed constitution
and demanding1 other amendments
seems to bo tho plan ot tho stato Re
publican convention to bo held Thurs
day There Is tho best of feeling
among tMm All tire for statehood
and willing to glvo nail take to set
cure It nt tho earliest moment Frant
wilt bo nominated by acclamation Ths
convention will ho held In a great tont
seating 0060
BRITISH PROPOSITION
ON PEACE CONFERENCE
The Hague July toThe British dele
gation are working on a proposition
which when It Is presented will cause
considerable surprise
AH already cabled tho representatives
nf the United States have been private
ly discussing with other leading dele
gates the advisability of the United
tUncn presenting a proposition for tho
ptrlodlca meeting of tho conference
thlc proposition suggesting that It
Hhoilil meet fiulcnnlally on Juno 2 bo
xlnnlns In 1912
The hrltlsh delegation went ahead ot
the Americans having already com
municated In the strictest secrecy to
only fl few delegate HH proposition
on the sumo subject establishing tlmt
tho conference should sit reptennlully
but that two yearn before the meeting
sPecial rrpreeentntlvfn of Circuit lirlt
iiln Franco Germany tile United
States lUi iln Italy Austria and Japan
should meet to prepare tho work for
the conference pronrrnngltiB every
thing connected with Its organization
and tliii matter to bo taken under ad
vJKrmcnt Thus when tho ranforcna
meets again Its program will already
bo mi studied by each country that
rmtUfpctory agreements will bo tlu
more easily roachcd In addition al
though nothing ban been mild nmilnit
Iluesla tho conference will no longer
hi ninnopollzeA by mm nation nnd whl
not depend OH herotoforo on the will
of the uvirHRi ot that country for IU
coming Wilier and the tlxlng nt his
program
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JUNlmMJ or KKVATOU JJif1fJH
Shine Ala July 301110 funeral nt
the lain United rUucp Senator IOttut
who died Hunting at Hot Hprlngii N
0 link place hnro thin afternoon
Thnutind marched past lbs bier In
tcrjncnt was u lilveOuk comottry
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OHIO COMMITTEE
ENDORSES TAfT
Fifteen to Six Favor His Candi
dacy for the Republican Nom
ination for President
MUST RECKON WITH FORAKER
Jill Adherents Itctitpctl to Accept the
Olive Jlrnncli Tendered by Sup
porters of tlio Secretary
Columbus 0 July The candida
cy of AVIlllam II Taft secretary or war
tar the Republican nomination tor lire
ideal was endorsed by the Repub
lican state committee today by a vote
of 15 to ti Tho endorsement curried
with It a declaration that the Ucpub
loans of Ohio are opposed to the
elimination from public life ot Sena
tors Forukcr and Dick
Although beaten by a decisive vote in
nil tho prcllmlnnrj conests tho ndher
cuts of Senator Forakcr In ihu cum
inltlco refused to accept tho olive
branch extended by the Taft support
crs and when tho resolution us amend
ed was finally accepted ito effort was
made to make the action ot the com
mlttuo unanimous
Tho resolution us amended and till
ally adopted by the committee Is as tot I
lows
130 It resolved by tho Republican
state central committee of Ohio
That we believe the great majority
of tho people of Ohio convinced of the
high character great ability and dis
tinguished services of Secy fait en
dorse his candidacy for tho presiden
cy and further
We dcclaru that the Republicans of
Ohio ovQiwhelmlngly desire that tho
lame of the lion William Howard
rTaft be presented to tho nation as
Ohios candidate for president and that
the Republicans of other states bo In
vited to co perato with the Repub
licans of Ohio to secure his nomina
tion In IflOS
And be It further resolved that wo
emphatically declare the Republicans
of Ohio url opposed to elimination
from public life of Senators J li
For lller and Charles Dick whoso ser
vices to the party and state have been
distinguished by ability wisdom und
patriotism
The endorsement Secy Tarts can
didacy by the Republican stale cen
tral committee was vigorously opposed
by Senator Foinker who upon the ove
of the meeting of the committed made
known Ills dissent from the endorse
incnt
The senior senator controlled seven
members of the 21 of the committee on
all votes except that taken upon adop
tion ot the resolution endorsing Taft
A W McDonald of the Sixteenth dis
trict broke with tho Forakor forces
on tho final ballot which stood 15 to C
A I Vorys manager of the Taft
campaign declared tonight the action
of the commltttee was Important In
that It gave assurance to other states
that Secy Taft had the support of his
party In Ohio and would bo backed
by the delegation from this state In
tho next national Republican conven
tion
FORAKKRS COMMENT
Cincinnati 0 July SO When United
States Senator Foralier learned of the
action of the Republican staId com
mittee this attcrnooit ho gave out tho
following statement
I cannot add anything to what I
have said in my open letter published
this morning J wrote that letter fore
seeing tho result nnd feeling that It
wan my duty to give notice beforehand
that I would not be bound by any such
unauthorized action The committee
had no moro right to speak on that
subject for the Republicans of Ohio
than any other 21 Republicans of tho
state might have had and the action
ottho committee will not affect my
course In any way Tho next state
convention will have authority to speak
und by tho action of that convention
It will be tho duty of every good Re
publican to abide In tho meanwhile
wo shall have our municipal elections I
nnd the benefit of occurring events In
tho light of all which wo shall no
doubt be ablo to act Intelligently anti
satisfactorily
Akron 0 July 30 Following tho
reading of the dispatches from Colum
bus today In which It was stated that
Secy Taft had been endorsed for tho
presidency as Ohios candidate by the
Republican state central committee
Senator Charles Dick refused to malta
any comment Neither would the
Junior senator discuss the letter ot
Senator Foraker to the committee Ip
which the senior senator assumed that
no endorsement would bo made by tho
committee on the ground that It would
be premature
CASTOR
For Infanta and Children
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears tho 7ffl
Signature of ffl1
CLAYTON Utahs
M U S J c leading
COMP NY House
1091113 MAIN STREET
LEE KIM YING
The Celebrated Chlnpso Physician
1SJ West South Temple Bt
I ThOUland of Testimonials ot Iornonn
Cured of Consumption Catarrh
HrraorhncM and livery lJsun
and Slckrris
herbs UNd No Poisonous Drug
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Hails mode to order at rr on I
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rnnKlns 1rlcea lit or
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vmsr CIIMS WOmtlfANRIUJ
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nR I es and the JCId
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Feed Babys Furnace
The Infant like all smell AnImals
has A Urire extent ot surface In proper
lion to its bulk thn It tends to loan
heat rsplJlr soul require nn Abundant
mpply of the chlel batty luelInl K
tlio Olllcrcnt Howl InLrcillenU be not sup
piled III duo proportion dlloidcr of
health Inevitably allows
So says Dr Hutclilnson of tho London
Hospital worldwide authority
lIe shows in his book about infant
foods that most of them contain too little
fat which should ecrvc as fuel for pro
tection nnlnst catarrh of lungs and
bowels keeping baby cozy and rosy
There must not be too much fat or
dinrrhccn will result
Mothers milk is the perfectly balanced
baby food 110
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