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UTAH SEPT 23 1909 Price 5 Cents Thv t l X r
OT UTAH AH SHIPPERS BEGIN THEIR CASE FOR FORSOD FORSOUARE
SOD SOUARE ARE TREATMENT FROM RAILWAYS
A fOUNDATION fOUNDATIONIS
IS g NOW NO lAID lAIDProbing
Probing of the Complaint of ofthe ofthe
the Local Traffic Bureau BureauAgainst BureauAgainst
Against the Railroads Is Be Being Being
ing Held in Salt Lake LakeTRAFFIC
TRAFFIC LINES LINESSHON SHOW THE THEDEFENSE THEDEFENSE
1
DEFENSE THEY WILL MAKE MAKEWater MAKEWater
Water Competition and Rea Reai Reasonable Reasonable i
sonable Return on Invest Investment Investment
ment Will Be Principal Point PointRailroads
Railroads Will Urge UrgeMUCH Urge1MUCH I
MUCH TESTIMONY IS HEARD
6 Testimony before the interstate interstatetl1I11erce interstateQnunerce
tl1I11erce commission yesterday was wasof wasof
of a general nature only the founda foundation foundaiion
tion being laid for the case to be pre presented presented
sented by the shippers of Utah Utahagainst Utahagainst
against the railroads railroadsSo
So far as the proceedings for the thefirst thefirst
first day were carried it appeared appearedthat
that the principal utfense of the rail railroads railroads
roads for what the shippers of Utah Utahr
r rc ard d as unjust discrimination discriminationin
in freight rates will be water watercompetition watercompetition
competition reasonable returns on oncapital oncapital
capital and the contention that any anyreduction anyreduction
reduction for Utah would mean a oor oorre corresponding
re responding p nding reduction to all other otherpoints I Ipoms
points pointsThe I Ii
i The railroads will present evidence evidenceto I
to show that earnings of the Harri Harriman Harriman
man line are 8 per cent on the en entire entire
tire stock and bond capitalization capitalizationIn
In Ii an effort to prove that discrim discrimination discriminatton
ination is beiog used by the railroads ralJroadsaaln railroadsagainst
aaln against > it Salt Lake and other Utah Utah1lnt8 Utahpints
pints in the rates established on the therua thexuaAis
rua xuaAis s touching this region Attorney C CDfY CDey
DfY counsel for the traffic bureau bureauf
of < f the Salt Lake Commerical club And AndS
S H Babcock commi commtIoner 8ktner of the thetraffic thettamc
traffic 1nire had prominent offlclal offlclalf
< f several railroads on the stand for forY forvr
Y vr f tour hours Wednesday at the tkeptning thepning
ptning se seIon lon In the Salt Sa1 Lakes rate ratehfarlng rateic
hfarlng ic aring before the members of the in intcrstate intrstate
tcrstate commerce commls commission commissionC wn wnA
C A Prouty and E E Clark mem mem1101S inemF
1101S F r of the interstate commerce com commi cornmiIon
mi miIon > lon who are hearing the rate case caseof caseof
of the Utah shippers against the rail ratlroadf railriad
roadf started their work Dromutly at t
Wed n esday inorningat at the I
rOQ1l of the United States circuit court courtIn
In the federal building and with a little littlemotr littleotr
motr an hours recess for lunch sat un unt11 until
t11 shortly before 5 oclock last even evenIng evenlag
lag Five witnesses were presented presentedduring presentedduring
during the day by Attorney Dey and andCommissioner andCommissioner
Commissioner Babcoc of the traffic bu bureau bur
reau r au two of tbe these e being reprElrenta reprElrentati8
ti8 tiv of hardware firms In Salt Lake Lakeand Lakeand
and Ogden and the remaining three threethE threethe
thE representatives of railroads which whichtraere whichtraverse
traverse this state In reply to a ques question question
tion from Commissioner Prouty at the thelOur thehour
hour lOur of adjournment last evening At Attorney Attorney
torney Dey said the traffic bureau bureauthould bureauliou1d
thould complete the presentation of Its Itstestimony Itst
testimony t by this evening C F DII DIIJard DII3ard
Jard the Interstate commerce attorney attorneyfor
for the Union Pacific road who took the thefading theeading
fading part In the crossexamination crossexaminationflf
flf f the witnesses at the opening session IH88lonarJd sessionad
arJd who In fact will take the lead for forth forth
th railroads during the hearing said saidtilt saidth
tilt railroads would attempt to present presentthdr presenttheir
their testimony Inside of two days by bymasFing bymaMing
masFing their eideuce to BiI great a atlegree adegree
degree as po possible sible He said however howeverthat howeverI
I that this might not be accomplished accompUhedleaving accomplishedJeaving
leaving the Impres Impression lon that the he hrlng hrlngmight rlng rlngmight i
might extend over Into next week weekMunroe eek eekMunroe
Munroe on the Stand StandMos StandMost
Mos of the time at Wednesdays Vedne das sos Se8Finns sosifls
Finns wu taken up In the hear hearIng hearlug
lug of the testimony of J A AMunroe AMunroc
Munroe of Omaha freight trafflc man man1i manriger
1i riger gff for the Union Pacific who was 011 0111ilf onthe
the stand OVf over > r an hour at the morning morningand
in and for a large portion of t tContinued the theContinued
Continued on Page 7
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JULIUS KRUTTSCHNITT KRUTTSCHNITTVice
Vice president and director of maintenance and operation of the Union Unionand
and Southern Pacific railroads railroadsTWENTYT railroadsTVENTYTllREE
TWENTYT TVENTYTllREE REENEW REENEWCASES NEW NEWCASES
CASES OF TYP TYPHOID TYPHOIDEpidemic OID OIDEpidemic
Epidemic Worst WorstinHistory inIl s to ry of ofSalt ofSalt
Salt Lake City Officials O1icialsAlmost OfficialsAlmost
Almost in Panic PanicUtter
Utter carelessness lack of initiative EUd slothfulness when whenenergy whenenergy
energy is needed on the part of the city cityb3ard bJard pf h health alth iaz iazthrown as asthroWn
throWn Salt Lake into a typhoid fever epidemic unparalleled unparalleledin
in its history historyTwentythree historyTwentythree
Twentythree new c case se > of typhoid were reported yester yesterday yesterday
day and the board of health is in a condition bordering on onpahic onpaiiic
pahic
It is certain t thtt t there are man manmore many manymore
more cases which have not yet et been re reported reported
ported owing to the fact that physi physicians physiclans
clans seem puzzl puzaled d by the early eYi eYidences evidences
dences of the feVer which is now at attacking attacking
tacking young and mil ot Salt Lake LakeThe LakeThe
The feature of the cases esterday was wasthe wasthe
the territory over which th they y are arespreadnot arespreadnot
spreadnot like the first s ore ot Y1C Y1CUrns vctims
Urns who were clusterea about over a asmall asmall
small area on the northeast bench benchYith benchWith
With the twentythree cages a es yester yesterday ester esterda
da day there are now 11J cases In salt saltLake SaltLake
Lake reported on the books of the board boardof
of health since the firstuf first of the month monthAmong monthAmong
Among these there have been siX siXdeaths si sideaths
deaths and It Is notlc6 notlceatic t1lc that the thenew thenew
new cases which have been r ported reportedrecently portedrecently
recently are of a much more serious seriouscharacter seriouscharacter
character than the early ones onesThe onesThe
The cases reported Ye8terday yesterdaywere were tlS tlSfollows nsfollows
follows followsCARL followsCARL
CARL WIRTH 2 years ears old 3 I Citi Citizens Cliizens
zens court courtTO courtTOM
TO TOM I WADSWORTH 28 551 1 IaUng IaUngton
ton court courtRUDOLPH
RUDOLPH PRUHS 24 4 55 Navajo Navajostreet Navajostreet
street streetBENTAMIN streetBINJAMIN
BENTAMIN F BOWMAN 21 fI liS liSNorth uSNorth
North Second West WestBEESLY Test TestBEESLEY
BEESLEY LELAND 17 4 45 West WestSecond WestSecond
Second North NorthDEVEREAUX NorthDEVEREAUX
DEVEREAUX WILLES Holy Cross CroSBh Crosshospital
h hospital hospitalALLEN plta1 plta1ALLEN
ALLEN STEELE 9 T Canon road roadRGTH roadRUTH
RUTH FOSTER 44 Fourth avenue avenueGE avenueGEMP
GE GEMP IP lIEIBUR 10 653 South SouthMai SouthMaiContinued Ialn IalnContinued
Continued on on Page 2
HEAVY LOSS OF LIFE ALONG ALONGGULF ALONGGULF
GULF COAST IN HURRICANE HURRICANEDamage HURRICANEDamage
Damage to Property Will Reach ReachMill ReachMillionsPassenger
Mill onsPassenger Train Miss Missing MissIng
ing Since Monday Night Nigl1tNew
New Orleans Sept 22At least fortyeight lives were lost in the thetropical thetropical
tropical hurricane which swept this part of the country Monday and Mon Monday Monday
day night It is reported that fifty others perished in Lower Terre Bonneparish Bonne Bonneparish
parish but this has not been c01 confirmed irmed
The property lose Is far healer than thanwas thanwas
was first believed and will run well Into Intothp intothy
thy millions by the time the final details detailsarc
arc tallied talliedMilts talliedMiles
Milts of territory have been aid nida aidastf
a astf > itf and crops have been practically practicallyruinfrl practicallytujncd
ruinfrl tujncdhtpping ruinfrlShlpping
Shlpping of aU kinds In the bayou In InIpt Inlets
lets > i was de destroyed troyed Storehouses sugar U ttf ttfmills
1 mills and dwelllnif of ever every character characterat
f at Houma ant ii1 other villa v1IIaes < < es were badly bfUUydamaged badlydamaged
damaged damagedJackton damagedJackson
Jackson M il Sept ept 2Adfce 2AdfceTpached 2Advlcesraehed
Tpached th Tlliillj C > ntral office In this thisity thistoday
ity today tl tt It tIt relief train sent sentouth sentsouth
south on n the main line today had hadTilhed
Tilhed 1 Pa Pas rancha and that tIll tIlllj tliif
lj if f dght ITSon rns including the theBWtiJO thett
BWtiJO tt 11 gljt hIs hi wiLe and ll1il cIiiUrcn fl1
had been recovered The other victims victimsaccording victimsaccording
according to the repqrt were section sectionhands eCtionhands
hands who were droned during the thetld thetidal
tld tidal l wave which SWept up Lake Man Manchaco Manchac
chaco chacoThe chacThe
The Illinois Central offices have not notsUCCPeded notsuccoded
sUCCPeded In locating passenger train trainNo trainNo
No 2 whIch left New OrIeanslonday OrIeanslondaynight Orleans Monday Mondaynight
night and which wall running through throughthe I
the maraheadurIng marshes during the he 11lghtof 1xIght of the thestonn thestorm
storm Mu Much < h apprehension Is felt feltT feltThe
T The e damage to lIlT small shipping Is al almOMt atmost
most beyond estimate HundredS of offtshing offishing
fishing boats chooners C8 catboitts bol1t5 and andlaun andliunees
laun liunees < tJ were Cru crushed like eggshells on ontbe onthe I
the b beicb beicbJudge ch chTudge
Judge J H Nevill of Gulfport woke wokeup wokeup
up yesterday mOMllllg to find a large largetwrnatd t ttmat
tmat sholnrr t heavIly laden ladenwith
with fr rtIlng in his front yard ard
JOHN AJOHNSONS AJOHNSONSfUNfRAlTODAY A1JOHNSONSFUNERAL
fUNfRAlTODAY fUNfRAlTODAYLate FUNERAL TODAY TODAYLate
Late Governor of Minnesota Minnesot1Viii
Viii Be Buried at St Peter PeterHis PeterHis
His Former Home HomeSt
St Paul Sept 2The body of John JohnA
A Johnson late governor of Minne MinnelIota Minnesota
lIota lay In state In the capitol today todayami todayand
and the people of the twin clUe and andfrom andfrom
from nearby towns were given an op opportunity epportunity
portunity to take a last look upon the theface theface
face which they all knew so well in innfe inlife
life nfeAll All night long the ca casket ket stood In Inthe inthe
the executive reception room where whereGoernor whereGovernor
Governor Johnson had once greeted so soman somany
man many with Ith a smile and 11 handclasp handclaspAroun handclaspAround
Around the bier stood a guard of ofmilitia ofmilitia
militia militiaShortly militiaShortly
Shortly before 18 oclock the casket casketwas casketwas
was movee moved to the rotunda under the themarble themarble
marble dome and the doors were opened openedto
to admit th throng which hlch PRsf passed > ed silent silently silentlyby
ly lyby lybyThe by byThe
The body lay ay there until 930 tonight tonightwben tonightwhen
when the doors were closed At 915 915tomorrow 915tomorrow
tomorrow morning the casket will be betaken betaken
taken b special tnlln to St Peter PeterMinn PeterMian
Minn where It will be burl buried buriedThere ell ellThere
There will be no religious services services8t
8t the c8pit < rl The body wm U Ucorted be es escorted
corted to the rallwB railway station by ten tencompanies tencompanies
companies of militia preceded by u aband
band of 100 pieces piecesTh
Th active pallbearers have been beensele beenselected
sele selected < ted from among the Governors GovernorscloBellt Governorsclosest
closest personal friends They are areFrank areFrank
Frank A Day who wu his private sec secretaJy seeretary
retaJy F B Lynch T D OBrien OBrienassoclate OBrienassociate
associate justice of the supreme court courtE
E T Young former attorney general generalA
A C Weiss manager of tile Duluth DuluthHerald DuluthHerald
Herald and John C Wise Ise of lIankato lIankatoThe
The honorary pallbearers inClude the thefour thefour
four living exgovernors of the state stateJ
J F Hubbard John Lind Samuel It ItYanlarit ItVansant
Yanlarit And Knute Nelson wIth Gov Governor Governor
ernor A O Eberhart C M Start chief chiefjuaUce chiefjutlce
juaUce of the supreme court Governor GovernorJohn GcrvernorJohn
John Burke of North Dakota and Presi President President
dent Cyrus Northrup ot the Unlver Unlversit TJniversity
sit sity of Minnesota IIUnnesotaArriving MinnesotaArriving
Arriving at St Peter tomorrow the thebody thelody
body will be taken to the Pre Presbyterian Presbyterianchurch bterlan bterlanchurch
church where the services will be held heldSTRiKE heldSTRiKE
STRiKE RIOTS AT OMAHA
Two NonUnion Motormen Seriously SeriouslyInjured SeriouslyInjured
Injured One of Whom Will Like Likely Likely
ly Lose His Life LifeOmaha LifeOmaha
Omaha N Neb b Seut nRlots result resultIng resulting
Ing from the street car strike caused causeelBerloW causedserious
serious Injury to two men tonight The TheInjured Theinjured
Injured men are motormen One man manwill manwill
will likely die dieJame dieJames
James Fitzpatrick one of the Im Imported hoported
ported workmen was attacked while whiletrying
trying to shield a woman and her child childrldtng childriding
riding In his car He was not serloualy
Injured injuredEight I
Eight can were wrecked during the Ulerioting therioting
rioting
DYNAMITE HORROR HORRORludlajJtIa HORRORutdiura
ludlajJtIa 11x S Sept pt John M MGric MGrIc
Gric all American ninlng contrnctor contrnctorH
H flf fi I l znlwr lhw w instantly 1r1lHantlvkillrJ
killrJ iIi 1 t rd1 r1 h ly on rxpiis xplo > o n or e lyTla lyTlafli ni ninit
nit fli i jfl t ti 1r V i nn n the Clana ClanaiuatJ Carauat
iuatJ uat AaLrAc jlri vi u t najli ia J
BIG HARRIMAN HARRIMANMAN HARRIMANMAN
MAN IS HR HRI
I Director of Maintenance and andOperation andOperation
Operation of Union and andSouthern andSouthern
Southern Pacific Railroads RailroadsComes RailroadsComez
Comes to Salt Lake Hearing HearingSUBPOENAED HearingSUBPOENAED
SUBPOENAED AS WIT WITNESS WITNESSAT JESS JESSAT
AT LOCAL INVESTIGATION INVESTIGATIONAnnounces INVESTIGATIONAnnounces
Announces That No Radical RadicalChanges RadicalChanges
Changes in Plans of the theHarriman theHarriman
Harriman Roads Will Result ResultFrom ResultFrom
From D DQath ath of Their Chief ChiefSAFETY ChiefSAFETY
SAFETY IS LEADING IDEA IDEAVice IDEAVice
Vice President Julius Krnttschnitt Kruttschnittdirector
I director of maintenance of the Union Unionand Unionand
and Southern Pacific railroads ar arrived arrived
rived in Salt Lake yesterday after afternoon afternoon
noon in his private car Guadaloupe in inanswer inanswer
answer to a subpoena to appear as a awitness awitness
witness before the interstate com commerce cornmerce
merce commission now in session in inthis inthis
this city Accompanying him were werehit werehi
hit private secretary and several oi oifi oificials i icials
cials of the Harriman lines linesAt
At the Knutsford hotel last night nightwhere nightwhere
where he has taken quarters during his hisstay hisstay
stay in Salt Lake Mr Kruttschnitt said saidthat saidthat
that so far a8 he knew there would be beno beno
no radical or Important changes made madeowing madeowing
owing to Mr Harrlmons death deathhe deathThe <
The he great reat work which Mr Harriman Harrimanplanned Harrimanplanned
planned and which was approved by bythe bythe
the board of directors will go on said saidthe saidthe
the umclal One ot thehighest com compllment8 cornpliments
pllment8 to Mr Harrlmans work Is in inthe inthe
the belief entertained by the public publicgtnerally publicgeneraIl
gtnerally and by Investors in particu particular
lar that the work would go on Af Affairs Affairs
fairs were left in admirable condition conditionand conditionand
and as a result no friction whatever has hasoccurred hasoccurred
occurred occurredDouble occurredDouble
Double Tracking O S L LrUb LWith
With rUb retard to the double tracking trackingof
of the 0ft Oreou 0G Short Line between this thiscity thiscity
city and Olden llr Kruttschnltt said aaldDouble saidDouble
Double track work ill authorized by bythe bythe
the board of directors to be done as tar taras faras
as Farmington I am perfectly willing willingto
to state that this Is as much as will be bedone bedone
done now The Intention of course is isultimately isultimately
ultimately to double track all the way to toOgden toOgden
Ogden As soon as the portion of track trackto
to Farmington Is completed it Is more morethan morethan
than likely that the board at directors directorswill
will immediately authorize the con construction construction
struction ot another stretch of mileage mileagehThe mileageThe
The double track work between Salt SaltLake SaltLake
Lake and Ogden is In keeping with the thegenerai thegeneral
general plan to double track from Oma Omaha Omaha
ha to San Francisco A great deal of ofwork ofwork
work is being done on the Union Fa FacHic Pactic
cHic and considerable III being done on onthe onthe
the Southern Pacific PacificThe PacificThe
The business of the country has hasgrown hesgrown
grown to such a great volume that ade adequate adequate
quate service requires double track tracksystems tracksystems
i
systems It has been our plan to take takethe takethe
the work well ell in hand in advance of the thetime thetime
time that the rush of business might mightllmost mightalmost
almost swamp us We e could handle the th2present thepresent
present volume of business and that of ofseveral ofseveral
several years to come with Uh the single singletrack singletrack
track system but we are looking to the thefuture thefuture
future Ve want to be well prepared preparedfor
for emergencies emergenciesThat
That Is why the block signal system sstemwall systemwas
wall Installed as rapidly as pos possible lble We Weare Weare
are pioneers In this line and well ahead aheadof
of the others It ill too late to call for fordouble fordouble
double tracking when business has In Increa increased
crea creased ed to such an extent that sIde sIdetracks
tracks are blocked with waiting trains trainsWe trainsWe
We will be ready
Safety Is First FirstOur FirstOur
Our motto In the maintenance and andoperation andoperation
operation of the system has always alwaysI1 alwaysbeen
been I1 Safety first After this has been beenestabll8hed beenestablished
established then rapidity In the han handling handung
dung of business s naturally comes The Thecompletlcn Thecompleticn
completlcn of the double track system systemwilt systemwill
wilt mean greatly Increased capacity In Inthe inthe
the handling of business 8 The polJ8ibll possibilIty
Ity of collision that Is of headon cot collision cotlislon
lision 18 done > away with Th The contin continual continual
ual meet orders of trains are Incon InconcelvablJ inconeevabl3
celvablJ obstructive to traffic and with withlhese withthese
these eliminated b by the double track tracksystem tracksystem
system the handling of trains will be besimpllfted besimplified
simplified and the dispatch of business businessfacilitated businessfacilitated
facilitated facilitatedPEARY
I
PEARY COMING COMINGSOUTH COMINGSOUJH
SOUTH BY TRAIN TRAINHad
Had No Further Statement to toMake toMake
Make Regarding Polar PolarControversy PolarControversy
Controversy
Truro N S Sept Commander Rob Robert Robert
ert E Pear had no further statements statementEto
to make today regarding the polar con controversy on ontrovery
trovery aol while traveling westward to tohis tohis
his home In Elgl Day from Sydney do dovoted d dvoted
voted the time to going over hcOIT hcOITpondence his corres correspondence
pondence The Ixlor explorer > r with hIs family Camllleft familyleft
left Sydn Sydney y early tnda today and reached reachedTruro iacbedTruro
Truro tonight Later > r the Peary party IJirtydeparted partydeparted
departed for or Portland PortlandCommlndtr PortlandCornmidtr
Commlndtr 1 ear esry has rece received ed m In Invltatlon Invttaton
vltatlon to cture b brfore fore the RoydSoot RoydSoottlsh Eoyil Scot Scottlsh
tlsh GeogrlphiLai society The ImUatioll ImUatiollcame
came In a aoiegram from Edlnbuldl EdlnbuldlTh
Th IntJlon tollo follows that r tci1 restalfrom tci1rrom
from S Srtary rtary J S Kellier Jeqfttlllg JeqfttlllgPeary reqie5tingPeary
Peary to fix a date for 8 lecture In Lon London London
don bfre t tilO 11 Ro Royal al Geographical J i iet iJill
et
Jill on nthtiti crowd wnich had gath gathert gatherU
ert erU at i v Glasgow to enliven th the 11 11part1JT e epartir
part1JT 0 two ttv We v ding 01l1 otiles cheered cheeredmm cheeredmnhi
mm Id I II Y y ap and firpw rle < at hIs hIscar hiscar
car windu witins s The xu xoorer Oln wes givei h1 i iround a around
round of 1piaus when hI IIppeld bit 011Ih bitii
Ih ii IhtfJrm thinking tnt I I le demon demontrallon 1enontratIn
trallon iii 1 hi his honr n1onf Lat ii iiwh 1 1ttih
ttih wh n II bseived lit thttwas lita
was in a U l iJst II it t wedding jut
PRESIDENT TAFT TA FT OVER OVERBIG 0 VERBIG
BIG CREST T OF ROCKIES R
AlliS ALL IS READY RADYfOR READYFOR
fOR WlCOM WlCOMChairmen ELCOMChairmen
Chairmen of Committees Com ComI Cornplete
I plete Arrangements for Re Reception
I
ception and Entertainment Entertainmentof
of Nations Chief ChiefOFFICIAL ChiefOFFICIAL
OFFICIAL PARTY LEAVES LEAVESFOR LAVESFOR
FOR HELPER TONIGHT TONIGHTPlans TONIGHTPlans
Plans for Review of School SchoolChildren SchoolChildren
Children in Bri Brgham ham Street StreetIs
Is Practically Completed and andMore andMore
More Than 12000 in Line LineLIVING LineLIVING
LIVING FLAG IS INCLUDED INCLUDEDEverything INCLUDEDEverything
Everything ready for the Fresi President FresiI
I dent dentI dentThis
I This was the cheering message messagefrom messagefrom
from the head of each committee
I named to handle details for the recep reception reception
tion and entertainment of President PresidentI
I William H Taft during his stay in inSalt inI
I Salt Lake Friday Saturday and Sun Sunday Sunday
day at a meeting of the chairmen of ofcommittees ofcommittees
committees held in the office of Gov Governor Governor
ernor William Spry yesterday after afternoon afternoon
noon noonTonight noonTonight
Tonight thE Utah committee which whichwill whichwill
will meet the pn prsMentIaI ldenUaI party at atHelper atHelper
Helper will ill leave over the Rio Grande GrandeIn
In the Cyprus yprulJ the private car of D C CTackling CJackling
Tackling The committee will consist consistof
of Governor William llUam Spry Unite UniteStates UnitedStates
States Senators Reed Smoot and George GeorgeSutherland GeorgeSutherland
Sutherland Congressman Joseph JosephHOetl JosephHowell
Howell Colonel D C Jackllng and Mtc Mtcjor Major
jor William T lay In command of the theFifteenth theFifteenth
Fifteenth infantry Colonel Ed d L LwIll Loose Loosewill
wIll join the party at Provo ProvoA
A telegram was read at the meeting meetingthat meetingthat
that unnecessary time should < 1 not nottaken be betaken
taken for music and other features at atmeals atmeals
meals at which the President Is the thegUelt theguest
guest This hall doubtlesS been found foundneces foundnecessary
neces necessary ary at other cities and tho those e In Incharge incharge
charge of the Presidents trip around aroundthe aroundthe
the country wl wish h to avoid this in Salt SaltLake I
Lake The matte had been takeR up uphere uphere
here however and no time wilt be lo lost lostthough t tthoJgh
though music and other features will willnot Ul Ulnot
not be slighted slightedA
A letter wall read from the Salt Lake LakeMinisterial LakeMinisterial >
Ministerial a association bemoaning thl thlfact thtfact
fact that President Taft was to make makehis makehis
his public addre8itl at the tabernacle on onSunday onSunday
Sunday andasked that the program be beehanged bechanged
changed so that the President speak on onSaturday onSaturday
Saturday and not desecrate the Sab Sabbath Sabbath
bath Owing to the fact that the pro program program
gram had all been completed and that thatIt
It was only two das before the arrival arrlalof
of the President the committee decided decidedthe decidedthey
the they could do nothing In the matter matterLeaves matterLeaves
Leaves Sund Sundyat Yat Noon NoonThrough NoonThrough
Through an error on the part of rail ralttoad railroad
toad officials It was given out rester yesterday resterda
da day that President Taft would leave leaveSalt leaveSalt
Salt Lake at 25 5 Sunday afternoon but butthe butthe
the former program will be carried out outleaving
leaving the Oregon Short Line depot depotat
at 12 oclock noon Sunday after review reviewing reviewIng
ing the children along Brigham stn street streetSpace > et etSpace
Space of about three feet will be kept keptopen keptopen
open around the gram stand at Lib Libert Liberty
ert erty park here President Taft will willappear willappear
appear at the public reception Saturday Saturdayafternoon Saturdayafternoon
afternoon This will be for secret ser service servIce
vice men and local offlcers both to han hanContinued bunContinued
Continued on Page 2
AVIATOR MEETS MEtTSfAT MEETSDEATH
DEATH fAT IN fRANC fRANCCaptain FRANCECaptain
Captain Ferber an Army Offi Officer 0thcer
cer CrUshed Under Motor Motorof
of Wrecked Machine MachineBoulogne MachineBoulogne
Boulogne Sept 22Captaln Ferber Ferberan
an officer or the French army was wasldlled waskilled
killed near here this morning while whiletesting whiletesting
testing an an aeropkme While In the all allthe airthe
the machine turned over and then thendashed thendashed
dashed to the ground Captain Ferber Ferberwas
was crushed to de death th by the motor motorCaptain motorCaptain
Captain Louis Ferdinand Ferber had hadbeen hadbeen
been detailed for five years to Investi Investigate investigate
gate aeronautics In the interest of the theFrench theFrench
French army He was at one time in incharge incharge
charge of the extensive government governmentreservation governmentreservation
reservation It Believilit near Paris Pariswhere Pariswhere
where the army conducted a series of ofexperIments ofexperiments
experIments In aviation He worked workedwith workedwith
with the Lebaudy Brothers and the thedirigible thedirigible
dirigible balloon La Patrie was an out outeome outeome
eome of this cooperation Captain Fer Ferbers Ferbers
bers Interest however turned quickly quicklyto
to the heavlerthanalr machine and he hewas hewas
was a pioneer In this field fleldCaptain fieldCaptain
Captain Ferber took part In the re recent recent
cent aviation contests at Rhelms Rhelmswhere Rhemswhere
where he flew In the race for the inter internattonal internaflonal
nattonal cUP and gave also an exhlbl exhlbltipn exhibitipn
tipn flight HightALIVE flightALIVE
ALIVE AT AGE OF 106 106Member 106Member
Member of Crew of Old Ironsides In InNaval InNaval
Naval Home at PhiladelphIa PhiladelphIaPhUndoJphla PhiladelphiaPhlIadclphia
PhUndoJphla Sept IWilliam Mac lIacabee Macabee
abee J the e on only y surviving member of tbe tbecrew ttecrew
crew of the old frigate CottatitUtlOl1 to toda today
da day celebrated his l06thbirthda 106th birthday In the thenaval thenaval
naval home In this city cityBm citynhli
Bm as a everybody cans him like likethe likethe
the famous Tom Bowling lies here a asheer asheer
sheer hulk buttbe but the darting of h his crew crewfor crewfor
for the old saUor will spend the r remain remainder maln malndel
del of his life In a rolling chair Bills Bmsleg Billsleg
leg was broken last month but 111 re retains retains
tains a remarkable control over his fac facultlel faculties
ultlel ultlelMany ultiesMany
Many prsrnt have hpfn forwardd forwarddt
t th Id saIr from peraozis Hsons in an anarts allparts
parts arts of th untry
FAMOUS DIPLOMAT IN INI INUNCLE
I UNCLE SAMS SERVICE SERVICEHANDS SERY1EHANDS
HANDS IN RESII RESINATI8N RESINATI8NBucharest NA TION TIONBucharest
Bucharest Roumanla Sept 22 22Spen flSpencer
Spen Spencer r F Eddy of Chhogo hl ago has Bent in inhis Inhis
his resignation natlon from the diplomatic diplomaticcorps diplomaticcorps
corps to President Tfft Eddy is at atIt
It i
SPENCER F EDDY EDDYClever EDDYClever
Clever member of American diplo diplomatic diplomatic
matic service who has resigned resignedpresent resignedpresent
present United States minister to Rou Roumania Roumania
mania and Servla ServlaEddys ServiaEddys
Eddys decision 18 due chiefly to con continued continned
tinned Illness In his family Mrs Eddy Eddywho Eddywho
who was Miss Lurline Spreckels of San SanFran SanFrancisco
Fran Francisco Co Is now In Paris and has not notbeen notbeen
been well enough to join her husband husbandherf husbandhere
here Furthermore certain pressing
business matters In the United States Statescompel Statescompel
compel Eddys presence in Chicago and andSan andSan
San Francisco during the corning win winter winter
ter terHflZr terHIlE
HflZr PlrADS PLEADSOT OT GUll U111Y U111YOnly TV TVOnly
Only One Remaining Count in the I IdictmentNo Iu IudictmentNo
dictmentNo Date Set for forthe forthe
the Trial TrialNew TrialNew
New York Sept 22F Augustus AugustusHeinze AugustusHelnze
Heinze pleaded not guilty In the crim crimInal criinmat
mat branch of the United States cir circuit circuit
cuit court today to the solitary count countleft countleft
left In the Indictment filed May 141 1 last lutcharging lastcharging
charging willful misapplication of the thefunds thefunds
funds of the Mercantile National bank bankThe bankThe
The indictment when returned by the thefederal thefederal
federal grand jury contained sixteen sixteencounts sixteencounts
counts but Judge Hough sustained a ademurrer ademurrer
demurrer to all but the last one This Thisinvolves Thisinvolves
involves the alleged loan of 500000 500000made 500000made
made by Mr lr HelDIIe to himself on Oct OctU
U 1907 1907No 1907No
No date was set at for trial and Helnlle Helnllewa
wa allowed freedom on bonds given on onanother onanother
another indictment
NATURALIZATION OF TURK TURKCONTESTED TURKCONTESTED
CONTESTED BY ATTORNEY ATTORNEYLos
Los Angeles Cal Sept 22That 22ThatTurks 22ThatTurks
Turks are Ineligible to American nat naturalization naturalization
uralization because they are of Mon MonUan Mono MonoHan
Han stock was argued here today by
Fred Jones examining attorney for the thegovernment thegovernment
government in naturalization cases s At Attorney Attorney
torney Jones says that he base his con contention contention
tention on ethnological writings by Pro Professor Professor
fessor A H Keene of the University Universityof
of London LondonThe LondonThe
The case under consideration today todaywas todaywas
was that of George S Sheihln who who8ays whosays
says he Is a Turk Judge Hutton re relerved reserved
served decision decisionBOY decisionBOY
BOY FINDS A BOMB BOMBEl
El Paso Tex Sept 22The dl discoy discoyery coy coyer
er ery tonight of a bomb In a residence residencein
in course of erection In Juarez acro acrothe ClOII8 ClOII8the
the border In Mexico by a boy caused causeda
a aeisation elmUon In that ton The authori authorities authorities
ties were notified and twelve workmen workmenwen
wen > placed Incommunicado IncommunicadoIt
It was at first reported that the bomb bombas bombwas
was as found In the rear of the cUstoms cUstomshouse customshouse
house where President Taft and Presi President President
dent Diaz are to meet on Oct 16 but butt11is hutthis
this was later denied by the authorities
GETS NEARER NARfRTO
TO SAt T LAKE lAKfSpends
Spends Day Wat hing the theSnowOapped theSnowCapped
SnowCapped Peaks nd andGoes ndGoes
Goes Through Roy Royal J Gorge Gorgeof
of the Arkansu at Night NightPRESIDENTS NightPRESIDENTS
PRESIDENTS VOICE IS IN INGOOD INGOOD
GOOD WORKING CONDITION CONDITIONBreakfasts CONDITIONBreakfasts
Breakfasts With Thomas F FWalsh FWalsh
Walsh Near Denverl and andThen andThen
Then Christens the Colorado ColoradoMillionaires ColoradoMillionaires
Millionaires New Home HomelCHANGES HomeCHANGES
CHANGES SPEECH PlANS PlANSPueblo PLANSPueblo
Pueblo Cole Sept 22Preaielent 22PreaielentTaft
Taft tonight is orOll orossimg D the Conti Continental Continental
nental divide uel an tomorrow morning morningwill
will find l himself west of the Rocky Rockymountains Rockymountains
mountains mountainsAU
AU day the president hu traveled traveledwith traveledwith
with the panorama of the white whitecapped whitecapped
capped peaks of the Rockies in view viewand viewand
and at one time the train ran for a amile amile
mile or more through fields of snow snowTonight snowTonight
Tonight at Tennessee Pus the theclimb theclimb
climb to the top of the divide carries carriesthe cemesthe
the chief magistrate to u 11 altitude altitudeof
of 1024 feet nearly two miles high highFor
For the first time the President is traY traYellng trayellng
ellng to the w west st through the Royal RoyalGorge RoyalGorge
Gorge of the Arkansas where at 011 011place oTe oTeplace
place the ha1f haihmlledeep mlledeep canyon is so nar narrow narrow
row that there Is not room for tl1 the < track trackand
and the river and the former has to hIt hItcarrlPd b bcarried
carried over the rushing waters of tl tlstream ttstream >
stream by means of a hanging bridge S1i S1iended o opended
ended by cablee imbedded In the ro rowall rok rokwalls
wall of the chasm The el venmUe ride ridpthrougb ridethrough
through the gorge wall made by moon moonlight moonlight
light tonight the Presidents train In InIng hiv hivIng
Ing left here at 140 p m and reahin reahinthe reac1iinthe
the hanging bridge two hours later latrThe laterThe
The President did not feel the altitud altitudat
at all today and 8t the end of his first firstweek firstweek
week of onenht stands hI is in inIIplen4id inaplendid
IIplen4id health despite the efforts of tn tnhospitable tho thohospitable
hospitable west and lu elaborate ant anlnver antneverending
nver neverending ndIDlf breakfasts luncheons anti antidinners anudinners
dinners dinnersTafts
Tafts Voice Workn Werklnj Well WellMr WellMr
Mr Taft voice also is In the bet r rcondition fcondition
condition There was a little husk huskincs huskincsfor n nfor
for a time but It has about dleapparo disapparIBeginning > 1 1Beginnln
Beginning the first of the two da days s shili ot othis <
his Colorado tour Mr tr Taft motored fOIr fOIrteen fujrteen
teen milts out of Denver to breakfast breakfastthis
this morning at the home of Thoma F FWalsh FWalsh
Walsh and at the request of th On OnrechrIetened ownr ownrrechristened
rechrIetened as Clonmel th the e estate tate her hertofore heretofore
tofore known as Volhurllt WolhurstTaking VolhurlltTaking
Taking train at Wolhunt with an t tdltional tl tlditional
dltional train filled with Colorado plvpl plvplas peoulsas
as an escort the Pre President tdent proceeded to t o
Colorado Springs where he made a brit britaddre brief briefaddress
address in the public park to one or th thlargest thslargest
largest crowds of thE trip and then mad mada madea
a hurryup automobile tour to points or orlICenlc ofscenic
scenic interest At an eminence overlook
In Ing the valley of the Garden of the Gods GodFrwith Godswith
with the Rockies In the background and
dark cumulous clouds playing tag wIth
Pikes Peak Mr Taft expressed his adm4 adm4ration admiration
ration of the view with unrestrained en enthuelaam enthusiasm
thuelaam thuelaamFrom thusiasmFrom
From Colorado Springe the party came cameon cameon
on to Pueblo where the President llft llftthe
the train at the Mineral Palace park ant antwa antwas
wa driven at the head of a long proc proCfslon
Mon of automobiles to the state fair fairgrounds fairgrounds
grounds to face another exuberant
throng and to make a brief extemporan extemporaneous
ous speech in appreciation of the recEp
tlon that Colorado has extended to him
Secretary of the Interior Balllng r
joined the presidential party at Denver DenvPIand Denverand
and will go through to Seattle with the th
President He will assist Mr Taft to tomorrow tomorrow
morrow afternoon In the formal opening openingof
of the Gunnison tunnel at Montrose Colo
thc gn greateset > ateeet irrigation project the goy goVernment goyernment
ernment hu ever undertaken undertakenConervatlon undertakenConservation
Conservation Talk Postponed PostponedXI
XI Taft announced today that he will williot m mriot
riot make h his l speech upon the sUbject of oftbe ofthe
the conservation of natural resourcesthe
topic of supreme Interest In the countr countrthroqh
through which he will pass during the thenext th thnext
next two weekuntU be reaches Spekan Spekanon
on Sept 28 28It 28It
It was at Spokane that the controerll
between XI Ballincer and Chief Forester
Ptnchot arose and Mr 1 Taft regards it 8ft 8ftprobably a aprobably
probably the best place to discuss the is issue jssUe
sue In the brief references he has mad
In his epeeches so far Mr Taft ha < d dclared ddared
dared that the reclamation
work must muston g gon
on but that It must be done In conform
Ity with the law and that no project wilt
be undertaken until the money for tIe tlework tIework
work Is on hand handContinued handContinued
Continued on Page 2
DR COOK CROSSEXAMINED CROSSEXAMINEDBY
BY NEWSPAPER NEWSPAPERREPORTERS NEWSPAPERREPORTERSArctic REPORTERS REPORTERSArctic
Arctic Explorer ExplorerArzswered Answered Without WithoutHesitancy WithoutHes
Hesitancy Hes itancy but b u t Noth No thing ng New NewWas Ne w wWas
Was Brought Out OutNew
New York Sept 22Dr Frederick A Cook tonight subDlittted subDlitttedcheerfully submitttedcheerfully
cheerfully to one of the severest croslexamina tions he has undergone since
he announced his of the North Pole
discovery The interview was w con conducted conducted
ducted by forty ne newspaper J > R Cr representatives
Incidentally the of New York of offt oftidally
ft tidally iall recognized d Dr Cooks achieve achleveJent achieventent
Jent today when the board of aldermen aldermenpaeeed aldermenpassed
paeeed a resolution commemorating his hiediscovery hisdiscovery
discovery and providing for a public wel welCOI11f welcome
come at the city ball ballThe haiLThe
The materlal points of Dr COok an answers answore
swore today did not differ in a great cIe cIegree dogree
gree from his orlgl original al recital Some Someslight Someslight
slight d < > tails were cleared Up up however howeverwhich howeverwhich
which thrll light on th tho way In which whkhthe whichthe
the polar dash was pfflctp1 lr cook cookanserd uoi uoianswerci
anserd tvry qUfsUOI1 in a l voi voivitIiout ok okwithout
without h italiY a though in full pus pusiu1 LIUSae
ae iiua iu1 > r af > all 1m tuts tutsTtw wt wtThf
Thf intervlewErs wre rather severe In Inrgard inregard
regard to dettls teta II but nothIng indicated indicatCthat indicatedthat
that t thit t pnr trvira > 11ror 11rry Wi s at atn
f n I k IU SS r fl Init Sd I 1 1lts
18 Slm times w weu ea a 1XL p tr > qUllun t r
indicated ignorance he smiled with gi l
humored sympathy at the lack of tll1 I
ideal knOWledge displayed Not once dli
herefuse to reply except when the nam
o of CommanderPoary Commander Peary w wa broached EVl EV
then he said he alwa bad tonslder eonsiclerIand 1
and did now consider Peary as h
friend but controversial BUbJe subjects rs In Con Connectlon connectlon
nectlon with his rival h he avoided In
tlrely laying that they could wait aiL
Whlll rEqll requested std to sa say what had hadcurred no nocurred
curred at his meeting with lIar harry Whit Whltrey Whitrey
rey tH New HavensINrtsman Haven 3pItSflafl he h Salll SalllII
h he e prefrnd ref rretl to 10 Jet > t Yhitl1Pv t1l his owa owastor oivtstnr
II stor as Yhtny was vo quit nblaed tnbiaed141M nblaedH
H 141M j rC1son < in Iniplljing sec on onl1itr ontrey
l1itr trey 0 n Pritchard I rnmandr sTjmandrPcaAys rnmandrPt
Pt PcaAys ar cabin bv buy tuJ l1 Li t Eskimos Esktnioswere
I were prompted by his desire to bt tie tiefirt thefirst
first t to t t11 I rHe world of his dIscovers discoH1Ill >
Ill JI la1 ad don tho olk w e aid al rjj rjjtitl i itQIj
tQIj titl IV u nlate w Lus y i t 11 < i 11 i iJ JU R CiU
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