OCR Interpretation

The Salt Lake herald-Republican. (Salt Lake City, Utah) 1909-1918, October 10, 1909, Image 1

Image and text provided by University of Utah, Marriott Library

Persistent link: http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn85058140/1909-10-10/ed-1/seq-1/

What is OCR?

Thumbnail for

ti 1 1l
l 38 38Pages You can spare enough enoughmoney i ough OTSHt sAHnr JUA3K3E JUA3K3EHERALD THE METALS METALSSilver Weather WeatherToday WeatherPages eat er ermoney
money moneYtoaYforawant to pay for a awant want wantad Silver 51c 51cCopper Today TodayFair TodayPages
REPUBLICAN Copper liZ4Co cathodes > I2cf I2cfLead 12ca
Pages HERALD itrI itrIInterMountain
ad a ANY day Lead 440 per 100 lbs Fair FairInterMountain FaIrI1terIountaln
InterMountain QAl T I AW 1TV IITAU IIMflA flPTflPR lfl 10110 n n The Salt Lake Herald HeraldVol HeraldVol
Republican RepublicanVol SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY OCTOBER 101909 10 1909 Price 5 Cents
Vol 01 is i No 59 i i L1I I I I I J I It I I J I I 1 J J 1 U I I I J I J UJ iice Vol 157 U No 35
This Renders Five More Con Contests Contests Contests ¬
tests Necessary in Series to toDetermine toDetermine toDetermine
Determine the Baseball BaseballChampionship BaseballChampionship BaseballChampionship
Championship of the World WorldTHIRTY WorldTHIRTY WorldTHIRTY
Great Feature of Game Is Sen Sensational Sensational SensatiOnal ¬
sational Theft of Home Plate Plateby Plateby Plateby
by Ty T y Cobb a WellTimed WellTimedPiece W WellTimedPiece ellTimedPiece
Piece of Baseball Work WorkWAGNER WorkWAGNER
Pittsburg Oct 9 9The The American Americanleage Americanleage Americanleage
leage champions from Detroit evened evenedthe evenedthe evenedthe
the count in the worlds champion championship championship championship ¬
ship series by defeating Pittsburg 7 7to 7to 7to
to 2 at Forbes field today todayAt
At least five contests will now be benecessary benecessary benecessary
necessary before the series will be de decided decided decided ¬
cided cidedDetroits cidedDetroits cidedDetroits
Detroits ability to hit the National Nationalleague Nationalleague Nationalleague
league pitchers and Pittsburgs in inability inability inability ¬
ability to connect with the curves of ofWild ofWild ofWild
Wild Bill Donovan tell the story storyof
of the game gameA
A total of 31114 tickets were sold soldfor soldfor soldfor
for the game today the turnstiles at attie att1e attse
tie field showing that 30915 persons personspassed personsvassed personspassed
passed into the grounds The total totalreceipts totalreceipts totalreceipts
receipts were 4188410 which will be bedivided bedivided bedIvided
divided as follows To the National Nationalbaseball Nationalbaseball Nationalbaseball
baseball commission comml slon 41S845 to the theplayers theplarers thepayers
players J22617GS 26176Z to each oaohclub club 7
53921 53921The 5391The 53921The
The totals for the two games here herere hereare hereare
are re as follows Tickets sold 60691 60691tickets 60691tickets 60691tickets
tickets received at gates 60179 total totalreceipts totalreceipts totalreceipts
receipts JS215G National baseball baseballcommission baseballcommission baseballcommission
commission shares 9S21560 Sl 560 players playersshare playersshare playersshare
share 4436424 each clubs share share147SS9S shareH7888S
147SS9S 147SS9SHow H7888SHow 14 7SSGS 7SSGSHow
How Trick Was Turned TurnedPittsburg TurnedP1ttsbur TurnedPlttsburg
Pittsburg scored two runs in the thefirst thefirst thefirst
first Inning today but Detroit tied the thescore thesCore thescore
score with two twoin in the second The TheAmerican TheAmerican
American leaguers battered Howard HowardCamnitz HowarllCamqitz HowardCamr1tz
Camnitz out of the hex b x In the third thirdInning thIrdInning thirdInning
Inning when they took a commanding commandinglead cornmandinlead
lead by scoring three runs Vie Wil Willis WilUs VIllts ¬
lis succeeded Camnltz and two more moreruns moreruns moreruns
runs from his offerings In the fifth fifthInning fltthInning fifthinning
Inning gave Detroit its total of seven sevenruns sevenruns sevenruns
runs runsDetroit runsDetroit runsDetroit
Detroit made m de nine safe hits getting gettingsix
six from Camnitz in two and one onethlrd QnethIrd onethird
thIrd innings and three from Willis Willisduring Willisduring Willisf
f during th thA remainder of the game The TheDetroit TheDetroit TheDetroit
Detroit hitting total Included two twobaggers twobaggers twobaggers
baggers by Schmidt Sc mldt and Crawford CrawfordDonovan CrawfordDonoan crawfordDonovan
Donovan allowed only four hits andtwo and andtwo andtwo
two ot those were twobaggers by byLeach b bLeach byLeach
Leach and Miller in the first Inning InningAfter InningAfter InningAfter
After that the Detroit pitcher plt her was an anenigma anenigma anenigma
enigma and another twobagger by byLeach byLeach byLeach
Leach in the third a single by Absteln AbstelnIn
In the fourth and an Infield hit by byWagner b bWagner byWagner
Wagner In the ninth represented the thePittsburg thePlttsburg thePittsburg
Pittsburg hitting during the last eight eightinnings eightInnings eightInnings
innings Only sixteen batters faced facedDonovan facedDonoan facedDonovan
Donovan in the last five innings Dur During DurIng During ¬
ing the last four innings only twelve twelvemen twelvemen
men faced WillisFeature WillisFeature Willis WillisFeature
Feature of the Game GameThe GameThe GameThe
The most sensational feature of the thegame thegame thegame
game which was witnessed by more morethan morethan morethan
than 30060 spectators was a steal of ofhome ofhome ofhome
home by b Ty T Cobb In the third inning inningThis InningThis inningThis
This was a remarkably well timed bit bitof bitot bitof
of work and the entire Pittsburg team teamand teamand teamand
and crowd was caught off their guard guardIt
It was on the first ball pitched by byWillis byWlnls byWillis
Willis after he suece succeded ded Camnitz that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the daring play pIa was made As soon soonas soonas soonas
as Wlllin started to wind up Cobb Cobbstarted Cobbstarted Cobbstarted
started for the plate and by b a daring 5daringslide daringslide daringslide
slide he reached the base in time to tobeat tobeat tobeat
beat Willis bewildered throw Gibson Gibsonwas Gibsonwas Gibsonwas
was so surprised that he dropped the theball theban theball
ball after Cobb slid In This scored scoredthe scoredthe scoredthe
the third run In the third inning inningLeach InningLeach inningLeach
Leach was again the star of the day daywith daywith daywith
with two twobaggers In his first two twotimes twotimes twotimes
times at bat In the field he played playeda
a star game gameTy IRmeTy gameTy
Ty Cobb made his first hit of the theseries thelIerles theseries
series with a single over second base baseIn baseIn basein
In the seventh inning Wagner made madea
a hit in the ninth and still leads Cobb Cobbin
in the batting battln duel between the two twoleading twolpadlng twoleading
leading hitters of the major leagues leaguesWagner leaguesWagner leaguesWagner
Wagner has made two hits in seven seventimes seentimes seventimes
times at bat for an average of 286 286Continued 286Continued 286Continued
Continued on Page 8
Backstop for the Tigers one of the stars of yesterdays game
Plans for a Strong Campaign Are AreDiscussed AreDiscussed AreDiscussedatZtIetingofCiy
Discussed DiscussedatZtIetingofCiy DiscussedatZtIetingofCiyCommittee at Meeting afC of City CityCommittee ty
Committee CommitteeOrganization
Organization of the Republican party workers for the coming city citycampaign citycampaign
campaign is in better condition than ever before at a stage so early in the thepolitical thepolitical
political game and the th details of the organization in every district of the thecitl thecitl theciti
citl are already well in hand under the direction of the city committee committeeThis
This announcement made last night by Fred C loofbourow chairman chairmanof
of the committee wasbacked was backed by reports received at a meeting of ofothe the city citycommittee citycommittee citycommittee
committee with the district chairmen n and district committees at the Re Republican Rep Bepublican ¬
publican p blican headquarters in n the Dooly block b ckJ at wJ which ich practically practi ali every dis district district district ¬
trict in in Salt lake was represented r
Plans for thecampaign were werecussed dlSlt dlSltcussed dis discussed
cussed and suggestions to the district districtorganizations district1Jrganlzftfo districtirganizatIois
organizations s from the tl1 tlcI clty committee committeewere corn mlttee mltteeVer mitteeere
were Ver ere outlined d and talked over after the thereports theTeports theTeorts
reports ot the various workers were werere wererece1Ved wererecelved re received ¬
ceived Followlngthe general meeting meetingthe eet1ngthe
the city committee metand continued continuedthe
the work of organization The ward wardcommittees wardcommltte wardcommittees
committees s from the Fourth and Fifth Fifthprecincts Fifthprecfncts Fifthprecincts
precincts held separate meetings me tlpgs butno but butno butno
no action was taken to fill the vacan vacancies vacandes acancl ¬
des cl s In the council counctlotlcketcaused ticket caused by tiythe tiytheresignations the theresignations theresignations
resignations of the Rev E I Goshen Goshenfind Goshenndlhe Goshennd
find ndlhe nd the Rev F B Short ShortReports ShortReports ShortReports
Reports from the various districts districtsshowed districtsslo districtssboved
showed slo ed that under the direction Of r the thechairmen thechairmen thechairmen
chairmen the canvassing Is well under underway undtrWilY underway
way and the partial reports already In Inshow Insnow Inshow
show that the Republicans can count on onat 011a Ohat
at a least as heavy a plurality pltir Uty as was wasshown walshown washown >
shown at the last election when the theRepublicans theRepu theRepublicans
Republicans Repu Ucans carried the city by a hand handsome handsome handsomemargln ¬
some somemargln margin for every man on the theUcket theUcket theticket
Ucket UcketThe UcketTh S SThe
The canvassers report that thatln in many manyinstances manyInstances manyinstances
instances where those questioned de decline decline dodine ¬
cline to give their party affiliation they theyare the theare theyare
are met with the statement that the thevoter thevoter thevoter
voter Is for Murdoch and the Indi Indications Indlcntlons mdicatloris ¬
cations are that the thepresent present councilman councilmanfrom councilmanfrom councilmanfrom
from the First ward wlll 111 not notonIy only re receive iecelve recelve ¬
celve the full vote of his party but butthat butthat butthat
that he will receive recelves support pport from fromsources fromsourccs fromsources
sources entirely unlocked for by the theopposition theoppositlon theopposition
opposition oppositionReports oppositlonReports oppositionReports
Reports from several districts in the theFourth 111 111Fourth theFourth
Fourth and Fifth precincts Were ere to the theeffect theetrect theeffect
effect that th t the younger youngerworkers workers of the theAmerican theAmerican thttAmerIcan
American party who were downed In Intheir intheir Intheir
their attempt to put Joe Lippman up upfor upfor upor
for or mayor are In various stages of ofapathy ofapathy ofapathy
apathy ranging from a disinclination to toget toget toget
get out and work for the Kearns party partyto
to the position of anything to beat beatBransford beatBransford beatBransford
Bransford BransfordThe
The Democratic city committee met metlast metlast metlast
last night In the offices of Moyle Van VanCott VanCotto Vantott
Cott and after casting about for a few fewnames fewnameS fewnames
names to fill vacancies the committee committeeadjourned committeeadj committeeadjourned
adjourned adj urned without taking definite ac action action netion ¬
tion The city citycommittee committee of the Citi Citizens Citlzens Citizens ¬
zens party also met metJmd and adjourned with withno
no more tangible results resultathan than were ac accoTr aceoul1hl aceomulishM
coTr eoul1hl > nlih > f1 hv thp th Democrat DemocratThe DnmofratlThe TmwrnteThe
The Republican RepUblkanticketwas ticket ticketwas was filed with withthe withtlleolty withthe
the tlleolty city recorder yesterday yesterdayThe
The officers named are For mayor mayorJameq mayorJame mayorJames
James D Murdoch for auditor audltoJ John JohnA
A Edwards for treasurer A H iL Pea Peabody Peabody Peabody
body for attorney I E Wllley for forrecorder forrecorder forrecorder
recorder Howell P Myton My ton The old oldemblem 0111emblem oldemblem
emblem of the eagle with spreaded spreadedwings spreadedwings spreadedwings
wings hovering over the beehive is the theparty theparty theparty
party emblem
At the Same Time Notice Is IsTaken IsTaken IsTaken
Taken of Recent RecentSpeeches RecentSpeechesby Speeches Speechesby
by Englishmen EnglishmenBerlin
Berlin Oct o t 9 9The 9TIe The speeches recently recentlyattributed recent1attributed recentlattributed
attributed to Lord Northcllffe Admiral AdmiralLord AdmiralL AdmiralLtrd
Lord L rd Charles Beresford Berestordand and Earl Grey Greygovernor GreygOVjlrnor Greygovernor
governor general g nerai of Canada together ogetherwlth ogetherwlthvarious with withvarious lth lthvarious
various magazine articles dealing with withthe withthe withthe
the relations of Great Britain and Ger Germany Germany Germany ¬
many have been widely reproduced and andcommented an ancommented andcommented
commented upon up nlt in h this country The pre prevailing prevailing proveiling ¬
vailing note is one of apprehension that thata
a regular campaign has been organized organizedfor
for the purpose of depriving depnvlngGermapy Germany of ofthe oftho orthe
the good Goodwill will of the United States s and andnourishing andnourishing andnourishing
nourishing the idea that Germany fs fsthreatening Isthreatening a athreatening
threatening Great GrentBritalnThe Britain The German Germancommentators Germancommentators < erman ermancommentators
commentators point out that all the sug suggestions suggestions su sugestions ¬
gestions of coming trouble between Ger Germany German Germany ¬
many man and Great Britain coming from the theBritish theBrltIh theBrttih
British side and that no German of dis distinction distinction dietinction ¬
tinction either in a public speech or in inwriting Inwriting inwriting
writing has given voice to suspicion to toGreat toGroot toGreat
Great Britain BritainApprehension Britainpprehenslon BritainAjprehension
Apprehension Is expressed also over the thegrowth thegrowth thegrowth
growth of the war party In Great Brit Britain Britain Britam ¬
ain am This party today Is small but It is isInfluential isInfluenti61 isinfluentkil
Influential and Is gathering strength strengthAn
An official effort is being made to re restrain restrain restrain ¬
strain German comment on onthese these speeches speechesand
and articles with the Idea of avoiding avoidingthe
the production of material for irritating irritatingdiscussions Irritatingdiscussions irritatingdiscussions
London Oct 9 Withdrawals of t bul bullion bullion bullion ¬
lion from the Bank of England today todaywere todaywere todaywere
were 200000 for shipment to Constan Constantinople Constantlnopte Constantinople ¬
tinople 340000 for Egypt and ot5000 ot5000for 5000 5000for 5000for
for South Africa AfricaGold AfricaGold AfricaGold
Gold premiums are quoted as follows followsMadrid fonowsMadrid followsMadrid
Madrid at 915 Lisbon at 12
Aviator Predicts That He Can At Attain Attain Attam ¬
tain tam Speed of 60 to 70 Miles Milesan MilesanHour
an anHour anHourCollege Hour HourCollege
College Park Md Oct 9 9After After breaking the worlds record for flight flightover flightover flightover
over a closed circuit kilometer today Wilbur Wright predicted that th t he hecould hecouId hecould
could attain a speed of sixty to seventy miles an hour in an aeroplane aeroplanerace
race He had just torn through the air in the government aeroplane at a arate arate arate
rate of approximately fortysix miles milesnn an hour making a new record of
58 35 seconds for 500 meters and return including in luding turn
To roach a higher rate of speed Mr MrWright MrWright MrWright
Wright said he would reduce the size sizeof sizeot sizeof
of the biplanes in the government ma machine mnchine machine ¬
chine and at the same me time lighten their theirweight theirweight theirweight
weight weightFor weightFor weightFor
For racing purposes he said he wouldbe would wouldbe
be content with the plane In this thl nerd aeroplane nerdp nerdplan
plane planeFollowing p planFollowing n nFollowing
Following his successful flights of thq thqforenpon th thorenpon thqforenpon
forenpon Mr Wright made two ascen ascensions ascenslons asconsions ¬
sions late in the afternoon On one of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the afternoon flights Lieutenant Lahm Lahmaccompanied Lnhmaccompanied Lahmaccompanied
accompanied Mr Wright On the other otherMr othera otherMr
Mr Wright alone repeated the per performance perormancc ¬
SI formance of the forenoon by starting startingoff
off the rail without the aid of weights weightsLieutenant weightLleut weightsLieutenant
Lieutenant Lleut < mant Lihm for the first time as assisted assIsted assisted ¬
sisted In guiding the machine during the
flight In which he ascended a third thirdlever thirdlever thirdlever
lever having been installed for the ben benefit benefit beneflt ¬
efit of the t e officer who is being taught to tonavigate tonaylgat tonavigath
navigate the machine machineHaving machineHavlrg machineHavirg
Having delved Into most other Amer American Amerlean Amerlean ¬
lean inventions Minister Wu Ting TingFang Tin TinFang TingFang
Fang of China saw his first aeroplane aeroplaneflight aeroplanefllghttQdny aeroplaneflight
flight fllghttQdny tdday and nndabsorbed absorbed all the infor information Information information ¬
mation i brought from a n rapid fire of ofquestions orquestions ofquestions
questions directed at Mr Wright WrightThe WrlgbtThe WrightTheflight
The Theflight flight ttlghtof of the machine leftthe Im Impression Impressl impressior ¬
pression nj with wl h the minister that It did didnot pidnot didnot
not go high enough to be out of danger dangerin
in time of war and that It made too toomuch toomuCh toomuch
much noise noiseThats noiseThcts noiseThats
Thats tine Mr Ir Wright he ex exclaimed exIalmed cxclaimed ¬
claimed as the aviator returned from a aPlglt af1lg1t at11gIt
Plglt When W en you y u get It perfected perfectedWont perfectedvont perfectedWont
Wont you bring one over to China 1
Sheriff Ralph Believes Willie Boy the theIndian theIndian theIndian
Indian Murderer May Have HaveCommitted HaveCommUted HaveCommitted
Committed Suicide SuicideSan
San Bernardino Cal Oct 9 9WIlUe 9WIlUeBoy 9WillIeBoy Willie WillieBoy
Boy the Indian murderer will have a afew afcw afew
few days rest after a two weeks con continuous continuous continuous ¬
tinuous chase If he Is nbCalready no already dead deadby deadby deadby
by his own hand as members of Sheriff SheriffRalphs SherltrRalphs sheriffRalphs
Ralphs posse are Inclined to believe believeThe believeThe believeThe
The sheriff and his men have decided decidedto
to abandon the chase temporarily temporarilyAfter
After 1 oclock on Thursday Willie WillieBoy WillieBoy WilIlBoy
Boy did not fire any moreshots though thoughthe
the movements of the posse left him himmany himmany himmany
many opportunities Late at night as asthe asthe asthe
the posse posse proceeded down the canyon canyonwith canyonwith canyonwith
with Deputy Sheriff Sh rltC Reiche who had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been wounded a shot was heard from fromtho fromthe fromthe
the direction of the Indian It Is be believed beUeved believed ¬
lieved that he may have used his last lastcartridge lastcartridge lastcartridge
cartridge to destroy himself
Ballston N NHY Y Oct Oct9Ftty 9 9Fifty FJfty workmen workmenbound workmenbound workmenbound
bound from Ballston to Schenectady were wereinjured wereInjured wereInjured
injured many of them th m badly today In a acollision acollision acollision
collision between trolley cars c rson on the Sche Schenectady Schenectat1y Schenectady ¬
nectady Electric railroad here The col collision collI collislon ¬
lision lI lon was due to a fog and took place at atthe atth atthe
th the outlet station jouth of Ballston The Thefifty Thefifty Thefifty
fifty workmen were all In one car The Themotorman Thenotorml1n Themotorman
motorman was fatally crushed
Detroit twirLer who puzzled pu puzzl r d the thePirates thePirates theS
S Pirates
0 IrNDIflNlTE IrNDIflNlTEBryan
Bryan Hopes It Will Not Be BeNecessary BeNecessary BeNecessary
Necessary for f r Himto HimtoRun HimtoRun HimtoRun
Run Again AgainSpokane AgainSpokare AgainSpokane
Spokane Oct Oct9I 9 91 I do not expect ex ct to tobe tobe tobe
be a candidate can ldae for any office again de declared declared dedared ¬
clared William Wnll m J Bryan today As to tomy tomy tomy
my being oa a iJojalble O Ible b1 candidate for pres president presIdent prosIdent ¬
ident of the theUflftedStates United States In 1912 I would wouldsay wouldsay wopidsay
say that wntle wiffleIwill I will not promise anyone anyonethat anyonethat anyonethat
that I wlh npt be a candidate under underany underany underany
any elrcuiristaittes clrl1lplstll ies still sunI I do not expect to
be I hope nothing nothln will arise to make it itnecessary Itnece8Sr itnecessary
necessary for me to be a candidate for forany forany forany
any office again againDo agalnDo againDo
Do you believe party lines are being beingeliminated
eliminated eliminatedI
I think that for the the1at last la t fifteen years yearsthere ears
there ha has been increasing Independence l d pe11d nee
In the voter I do not bel1 bellove vlnowevcr vlnowevcrthat flowever floweverthat
that In our lifetime lIf tlme we will see S but one oneparty oneparty onaparty
party I s see e no sign of ota a drift drlftln in that
direction directionMr S SMr
Mr Bryan addressed a throng estimated estimatedat
at 30000 ooo persons today speaking IIPC klhg fromthe from fromthe fromthe
the platform occupied by President Taft Tafteleven Tafteleven Tafteleven
eleven days ago agoAs agoAs I
As a tribute to the thepresldclt president Mr Bryan Bryansaid Bryansaid Bryansaid
said saidIt
It Is bad enough to be defeated by a agreat agreat agreat
great man it would be humiliating to tobe tobe tobe
be defeated by one not great It is bad badenough badenougt badenougl
enough to be defeated d by one highly es esteemed esteemed enteemed ¬
teemed it would be unbearable to be de defeated defeated defeated ¬
feated by one who had not the universal universalrespect universalrespect universalrespect
respect of the people 1 DeopiePS >
1 S i
Confession of Murderer Charles Charl s P PNewcombe FNewcombe PNewcombe
Newcombe Read to the Jury Juryat Juryat
at Tacoma TacomaTacoma TacomaJacoma TacomaTacoma
Tacoma Wash Oct 9 9In In the trial trialof triatof
of Charles F Newcomb Newcomblfor for the mur murder murder murder ¬
der of Martin Kvalshaug on May 14 14last 1 14tact < 1 1l
last l st the alleged confession of New Newcombe Newcombe Newcoinbe
combe to the county attorney was read readto readto readto
to the Jury In the confession New Newcombe Newcombe Newcombo
combe tells of his relations with Mrs MrsKvalshaug MrsKvalshaug MrsKvalshaug
Kvalshaug and of their meeting on thi thiafternoon thpafternoon thafternoon >
afternoon of May 14 when the woman womantold womantold womantold
told him that he must kill him that thatnight thatnight thatnight
night Before that according to the theconfession theconfession theconfession
confession Mrs Kvalshaug had urged urgedNewcombe urgedNewcombe urgedNewcombe
Newcombe to commit the crime and andwhile ani aniwhile andwhile
while he was In a hospital gave him himmoney hImmoney himmoney
money to buy a revolver revolverKvalehaug rcolverKvalehaug revolverKvalshaug
Kvalehaug Mrs Kvalshaug and New Newcombe Newcombe Newcombe ¬
combe wentto a dance on the night of ofMay ofI ofMay
May I Y 14 and there again the woman ac according according according ¬
cording to the confession urged New Newcombe Newcombe Newcombe ¬
combe to murder him Newcombe left letthe leftthe leftthe
the danco early went home got the re revolver revoher revolver ¬
volver and met Kvalshaugh and his hlawife hiswife hiswife
wife on the trail As A Kvalshaug passed passedNewcombe passedNewcombe passedNewcombe
Newcombe she sb Is said to have whis whispered whIspered whispered ¬
pered Get him now now As Kvalshaug Kvalshaugcame
came up Newcombe struck him on the theJaw theJaw thejaw
Jaw knocking knocklnghm him down They clinched clinchedand
and Newcombe fired two shots shotsln In a mo moment moment moment ¬
ment Mrs Kvalshaiig come up he said saidand saIdInd saidand
and fired two shots at t her husband husbandNewcombe hu husbandNeweombe ban < l lNewcombe
Newcombe then went away leaving her
Special Spt lal to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanButte
Butte MontOct Mont Oct A Chauffeur E R RSchonberger RSchonhergerof HSchonberger
Schonhergerof Schonberger of Salt Lake tonight whilerunnlncr while whilerunning whilerunnIng
running an automobile for L > P San SanJprs Sandprs Sandre
Jprs a prominent attorney of this city cityran cityran cityran
ran over and almost Instantly killed Mrs MrsLaura MrsLaura rrsLaura
Laura Jojinsrm a domestic aged 44 44SchonbfTger 44Schonblrger 44Schonberger
SchonbfTger and Sanders were both arrested ar arrested arrested ¬
rested but wore later released upon their theirjwn theirown theirown
own recognizance re ognlznn e The woman was rac racng racIng raeing
Ing ng for a street st t car In the shadow of a aDUildlng abuilding abuilding
building when the motor car dashed upon uponier UP9nbel uponlie
lie ier
TO ToORK ToORKPresident WORK WORKPresident
President Will Resume His HisLong HisLong HisLong
Long Journey J to the South Southwest Southwest Southwest ¬
west Today and Reach Los LosAngeles LosAngeles LosAngeles
Angeles Monday Morning MorningMR
Chief Magistrate Endures Trip TripBetter TripBetter TripBetter
Better Than His Companions Companionsand
and Sets Pace That Causes CausesThem CausesThem CausesThem
Them Much DistressTALKS Distress DistressTALKS Distress1TALKS
if ifEl <
El Portal Cal Oct 2After 2Afterhaving > After Afterhaving Afterhaving
having traveled nearly 100 miles milesby milesby milesby
by stage and on foot In and around aroundthe >
the Yosemite valley President PresidentTaft PresidentTaft PresidentTaft >
Taft returned here tonight and will willresume willresume willresume >
resume his journey to the southwest southwesttomorrow southwesttomorrow southwesttomorrow <
tomorrow morning He will stop stopduring stopduring stopduring >
during the day at Merced Fresno Fresnoand Fresnoand Fresnoand >
and Bakersfield and reach Los An Angeles Angeles Angeles <
geles early Monday morning morningThe J JThe
The President was wringing wet wetwith wetwith wetwith <
with perspiration when he reached reachedthe >
the foot of the trail today and had hadto hadto hadto >
to go to bed in the Sentinel hotel hotelwhile hotelwhile hotelwhile >
while his clothing was hung out In Inthe inthe J Jthe
> the sun to dry Even the Presl Presldents Presldents Presidents
dents outer garments were wet wetand wetand t tand
and as he had only the one gray grayNorfolk IrayNorfolk grayNorfolk
Norfolk Jacket suit with him In the thepark thepark thepark >
park he had no alternative than thanto
to follow In the footsteps of the fa fabled fabled a abled >
bled man who owned but one shirt shirtMr shirt11r shirtMr
Mr Taft took luncheon with Major MajorForsythe MajorForsythe MajorForsythe >
Forsythe of the army armyLast armyOO armyLast
OO O OLast
Last Day at Yosemite YosemiteThe
The Presidents last day in the theYosemite theYosemite theYosemite
Yosemite park was probably his most mostenjoyable mostenjoable mostenjoyable
enjoyable He began the day by look looking looking looking ¬
ing at the sunrise over the eastern easterngranite easterngranite easterngranite
granite walls of the valley his vantage vantagepoint vantagEpoint vantagpoint
point being the veranda of the th little littleGlaoier littleGlaaler littleGlacier
Glacier Point hotel set right at the very veryedge veryedge veryedge
edge of a 3000foot drop into the floor floorgf fioorthe
2 gf the valley valleyrIlffbuiiil1tI1tswere
pTn5SOfrtlttnaiflgswere TltPnrrrbtt mncswer rough and se secluded MCIU C Celudd ¬
cluded CIU Ed and the President appeared in inscant insc inscant
sc scant nt attire Having seen the sun prop properly property properly ¬
erly Up pand artd at its duty Mr Taft retired retiredagain retiredagain retiredagain
again and slept until 8 oclock oclockThe oclockThe oclockThe
The 7V408foot altitude did not seem to toaffect toaffect toaffect
affect him in the least In fact thu thuPresident thlPreSident thtPresident >
President has stood the long rides rl es and andearly andearly andearly
early hours of the Yosemite trip better betterthan betterthan betterthan
than some of the other members of his hisparty his1arty hisparty
party After fifty miles of staging yes yesterday yesterday es esterday ¬
terday he sat until 1030 oclock playing playinga
a friendly game of bridge with Govern Governor ¬
or Gillette of California Representative RepresentativeMcKinlay RepresentativeMcKinlay RepresentativeMcXinlay
McKinlay and Captain Cap ln A W Butt ButtPresident ButtPresident ButtPresident
President Sets Hot Pace PaceToday PaceToday PaceToday
Today the President set such a pace pacedown pacedown pacedown
down the four miles of the Short trail trailwhich traitwhich trailwhich
which brought him from Glacier Point Pointto
to Yosemite that he had two of othls his con congressional oongresslonal n ngressional ¬
gressional escort Representatives Mc McKlnlay McKinlay Ic IcKlntay
Klnlay and Needham calling for help helpThe helpThe helpThe
The trip down the trail was filled with withInterest withInterest withInterest
Interest An Union Point onethird of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the way from the top the President Presidentwent Pr5ldentwent Presidentwent
went to the very edge of u the cliff and andwaved andwaved andwaved
waved a handkerchief In greeting to tosome tosome tosome
some mere specks of humanity win wincould wI wIcould whcould >
could be seen moving about on the floor floorIn fioorIn floorIn
In a while he caught three cheers set setup setup setup
up In his honor honorJohn honorTohn honorJohn
John Mulr the naturalist explained explainedevery explainedeveI explainedevery
eveI every view every ever tree and flower on the theway theway theway
way down and dwelt time and again againupon againlpon againupon
upon the glacier theory of the formation formationof
of the valley The President was told toldthat toldthat toldthat
that the Short trail down which he was waspassing waspassing waspassing
passing was first blazed by an old oldpettier oldettler oldettlor
pettier ettler who lived In the hills His wife wifewould wltewould wifewould
would not let him have any whisky In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the house so he had to walk dally down downInto downInto downInto
Into the valley to get a drink drinkIn drinkIn drinkIn
In the presidential party during the thestay thestay thestay
stay In the Yosemite were Governor GovernorGillette GovernorGllJette GovernorGillette
Gillette Senator Flint Representatives RepresentativesEnglebrlght RepresentaUvesEnglEbright RepresentativesEnglebright
EnglEbright McKinlay and Needham NeedhamJohn NeedhamJohn NeedhamJohn
John Muir and Major W W Forsythe Forsythethe
the army custodian of the park parkHetchHetchy parkHetchHetchy parkHetchHetchy
HetchHetchy Project ProjectThe
The President has evinced lively In Interest Interest Interest ¬
terest in the proposition on foot In Srn SrnFrancisco S SrnFrancIsco n nFrancisco
Francisco to throw a dam across the theHetchHetchy theHetchlletchy theHetchHetchy
HetchHetchy valley of the Yosemite Yosemltepark Yosemitepnrk Yosemitepark
park and create a lake there to give givethat givethat givethat
that city a supply of water Mr Muir Mulrwho Muirwho Muirwho
who has spent much of his life in the theYosemite theYosemite theYosemite
Yosemite and knows all the trees and androcks androcks androcks
rocks by name has declared to the thePresident thePresident thePresident
President with all of the enthusiasm of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the real lover of nature that the plan planIs
Is a sacrilege His frankly expressed expressedopinions expressedopinions expressedopinions
opinions have brought about several severallively severaltlvcly severallively
lively discussions among those in the thePresidents thePresidents thePresidents
Presidents arty who are inclined to tofavor tolavor tofavor
favor the project and Mr Taft has haslistened hastlstened haslistened
listened to many of these with amused amusedInterest amusedInttre amusedintrent
intrentOnce Interest InterestOnce t tOnce
Once today t day while coming down the thetrail thetrafI thetrail
trail Mr Muir become exasperated and andxclalmod andexclaimed andexclaimed
exclaimed Oh I guess the rascals will willset willget willget
get It In the end He added that the theContinued theContinued theContinued
Continued on Page 8
interstate Commerce Commission CommissionRenders CommissionRenders CommissionRenders
Renders a Decision in the Des DesHomes DesMoines DesMoines
Moines Case CaseSeattle CaseSeattle CaseSeattle
Seattle Wash Oct 9 Chairman Mar MarLin MarUn Martin
tin A Knapp today announced a decision decisionof
of f the Interstate commerce commission commissionIn
In n the suit brought by Des Moines against againstlio
the Chicago Rock Island Pacific rail railway railway railway ¬
way and other lines The commission de deiled denied denled
iled a petition of the railroads for a re relearing reh reheartng
learing h and ordered the reduction of ofates ofrilt ofr
rilt r ates t s from the Atlantic seaboard to Des DesHolnes DesMoines DesMoines
Moines to go into effect effectThe effectThe effectThe
The shippers of Des Moines contended contendedthat
that the freight rates from the seaboard seaboardto
to o Des Moines were unreasonable and andiult andsuit andsuit
suit was brought before the interstate interstateommercc Interstatcommerce interstatecommerce
commerce commission for a reduction reductionThe
The commission ordered a reduction in inlass Inclass inclass
class rates of 8 and 10 cents a hundred hundredThe hundredwrlght hundrediraflroods
wrlght wrlghtThe
The iraflroods rallroods resorted to the courts to toestraln torestrain torestrain
restrain the enforcement of the order ordermd orderand orderand
and secured an extension of time A pe peitlon petition pet1t1on
itlon asking for a rehearing was denied
Whose acceptance of independent nomination no for mayor of New York Yorklikely YOrkI Yorklikel7wilires I
I likely likel7wilires will result lt in the overthrow of Tammany TammnyThrough through fusion arrange arrangement arrangeI arrangement ¬
I ment nun
J J Hill Said to Be Considering Consideringan
an Extension From FromDenver FromDenver FromDenver
Denver DenverSan
San Francisco Qct 9 9That That J J HI1 HI1is H1J1is
is considering the extension of the Bur Burllngton Burl BuriUnGton Burlllngtor
llngton railroad raIlroadfromT from rorn Denver to the th Pa Pacific Paoltle Pacific ¬
cific coast is stated by b T 1 B Walkera Walker Valkeria
a Minneapolis millionaire mlllfonalrellterested Interested in inCalifornia InCalifornia inCalifornia
California timber lands who has close closerelations closerelations closerelations
relations with the railway rallwayniagnate magnate Ho HoIs HoIs Hois
Is quoted quotedas as follows followsIn roilowsIn
In a talk iIk we we had iad recently rec ntly Hill told toldme toldme toldme
me that he did not believe that th t a line linefrom Unefrom linefrom
from San Francisco nbrth Would be of ofgreat otgreat ofgreat
great advantage but b t that the extension extensionof
of the Burlington to this city probably probablyfrom pro bly blytrom
from the end of the Cheyenne or Guern Guernsey Guernsey Guemnsey ¬
sey branch bran h wouldbe wouid be This would make makea
a through line from Chicago to San SanFrancisco SanFrancisco SanFrancisco
Francisco with which the Oregon trunk trunkline trunJtUne trunkline
line could be connected at some point pointin
in northern California The line would wouldgive wouldgive wouldgive
give the Burlington a share of the Sac Sacramento Sacramento Sacramento
ramento valley vaHeytramc traffic and a feeder might mightbe
be built through the San Joaquin valley valleyWith val1eyWith valleyWith
With the Oregon trunk connection another anotherline anotherline
line would be opened to eastern Washing Washington ¬
ton Idaho and Montana
Reno Nev Oct 9 9Secretary of the In Interior Interior Intenor ¬
terior R A Balllnger left Reno this thismorning thismorning thismorning
morning in an auto in company with withSenator withSenator withSenator
Senator Francis G Newlands Government GovernmentEngineer GovernmentEnlneer GovernmentEnidneer
Engineer Means and R D Creel superin superintendent superintendent superintendent ¬
tendent of the Pyramid Indian agency agencyfor agencylor agencyfor
for the Derby dam at which point on the theTruckee theIrucltee therruckee
Truckee river the water is Istaken taken for the theFallen theFallon theFallon
Fallon reclamation work Derby Is twen twentyseven twentyseven twentyseven ¬
tyseven miles from Reno RenoSecretary RenoSecretary RenoSecretary
Secretary Ballinger stated while In Reno Renothat Renothat Renothat
that he found conditions at Lake Tahoe Tahoewhich Tahoewhich Tahoewhich
which he visited yesterday about as he heexpected heexpected heexpected
expected and refused to discuss the Ham Hammon Hammon Hammon
mon affair other than to say that there therewas therewas therewas
was great misconception of the matter
Tammany Mayor May Win Winbut Winbut Winbut
but Shorn of otPower Power in inGovernment inGovernment inGovernment
Government GovernmentS
< S
New N w York Oct 9 9Wlth With William WilliamRandolph W1l11amRandolph WilliamRandolph
Randolph Hearsts name as as an addi additional additional additional ¬
tional asset to the Republican fusion fusiontfcket fusiondCket fusionticket
ticket New N w Yorks municipal campalgn cam campalgn camepaign
palgn shaped lts Itself 1t definitely today as asa asafight asa
a afight fight to oust Tammany Tammanyhall hall from fromcontrol tromcontrol fromControl
control of the city finances Both BothHearst BothHearst BothHearst
Hearst and Otto T Bannard the Re Republican Republican Repubuican ¬
publican fusion nominee say that the theelection theelection theelection
election is a matter of secondary Im Importance Importance Importanco ¬
portance so long as the remainder of ofthe otthe ofthe
the fusion ticket wins Wlnsf for this will willmean willmlan willmean
mean Tammany defeat in n the board of ofestimate ofestimate ofeetimate
estimate which controls the purse pursstrings pursestrings purestrings
strings of the greater city and IB 18medium a amedium amedium
medium through which economy or ex extravagance extravagance cxtravagance ¬
travagance may be exercised regard regardless regardless regardless ¬
less of the mayor mayorHearst mayorHearst mayorHearst
Hearst followers now known aa th thCivic the theCivic theCivic
Civic Alliance having accepted his hisconditions hisconditions hisconditions
conditions arrangements to obtain th thsignatures the thesignature thesignatures
signatures requisite to make his nomi nomination nomlnation nomination ¬
nation legal are already under way wayRepublicanHearst WaTRepubllcanHealat wayRepublicanHearst
RepublicanHearst Alliance AllianceWilliam AllianceWilliam AlIlaflceWilliam
William M r Ivins the Republican Republicanwho RepublLcawho
who ran against Hearst and McClellan McClellanfour
four years ago Issued a statement to tonight tonight tonight ¬
night It was through Ivins effort effortlargely eftorelargely effortlargely
largely that Hearst was induced to en enter enter enter ¬
ter this years campaign a circum circumstance circumstance circumstance ¬
stance that has caused Tammany to tocry tocry tocry
cry that a RepublicanHearst alliance allianceIs
is on foot footMr tootMr footMr
Mr Ivins statement says In part partThere PlIltThere partThere
There will be a massmeeting massmeetlnCarnegie at atCarnegie atrnegie
Carnegie hall on Monday night to put putMr vueMr pu puMr
Mr Hearst In nomination A platform platformwill
will be presented for adoption Mr MrHearst MrHearst MrHearst
Hearst will wlUattend attend the meeting la laContinued IIIContinued Ir IrContinued
Continued on Page 8
New Minister Also ComingOrders ComingOrdersfor
I for fo Warships to Be Placed PlacedOver PlacedOver PlacedOver
Over Here HereSan
San Francisco Oct 9 90ne One of the most important commissions that thatChina thatI thatChina
China has sent to the United States so far as the open doprpolicy is con concerned concerned concerned ¬
I cerned will arrive October 28 on the steamer st amer Siberia according acco ding to Cap Captain Captain Capthin ¬
tain Charles E Etti artillery instructor to t the imperial Chinese e army armywho armywho armywho
who with Wang Chen of the Chinese foreign office arrived today on the theKorea theKorea theKorea
Korea The new Chinese minister whose name Captain Etti said has not
out will be a passenger on the same steamer
Mr Wang left tonight for Washing Washington ¬
ton on business whose nature Captain CaptainEtti CaptainEtti aptalnEttl
Etti refused tef s d tb aivulge aivulgeThe lvulgeThe
The commission will be headed by byBaron byBaron byBaron
Baron Liang son of Liang Cheng for former former former
mer minister to the United States With Withhim WithhIm Withhim
him will be Chani Chi Dna Ds and a large largesuite largesuite largesuite
suite The business of the tl1 commission commissionwill
will be to visit all the shipyards and andarms andarms andarms
arms factories of the United States Stateswith Stateswith Stateswith
with a view to purchasing modern modernequipment modernequipment modernequipment
equipment for the Chinese army and andto andto andto
to contract for four cruisers and as asmany asmany asmany
many gunboats as a nucleus for a new newChinese newChinese newChinese
Chinese navy navyThe navyThe navyThe
The commission originally was in intended Intended intended ¬
tended for England but powerful In Influences Influences influences ¬
fluences were exerted to have the theUnited theUnltedState theInitedStates
United UnltedState States as Chinas nearest neigh neighbor nelghbor neighbor ¬
bor visited v1sItedfirst first On the outcome of ofthe otthe ofthe
the tour of Inspection will depend the theplacing theplacing theplacing
placing of contracts for 20 20000000 20000000worth 20000000worth 000 000 000worth
worth or more of battleships and war wafmunitions warmunltlona wammunitions
The project pr ject It Is said met strong1 strong1opposition atron atronopposition
opposition from Li Ching Mai former formerChinese formetChinese formerChinese
Chinese minister to Austria and hU hi hibrother
brother Li Ching Fang head of the
Wu Nlng railway who was at one time timasecretary tlmosecretary timesecretary
secretary of legation at London both bothof
of whom it is reported would w uld rather rathersend ratheIsend rathersend
send to England for warships Only Onlyafter OnlTafter Onlyafter
after It had been pointed out that the theunited
united States on more than one occa occasion occaslon occasion ¬
sion has slown strongest friendship frlen shlp
for China and that it was time the thaChinese thoI theChinese
I Chinese government reciprocated was wasthe wa wathe wasthe
the destination of the commission de deided deIded deided
ided upon uponWhile uponWhUe uponWhUe
WhUe no information as to the name namof nameof nameof
of the new minister to t the United States Statescould Statescould Statescould
could be learned It was said that ho howas h hwas hbwas
was a member of the progressive party partyand partand partyand
and had received re < elved his education In part partIn partIn
In the United States In the party rty to toarrive toI toarrive
arrive on the Siberia will be sixty stu students students students ¬
I dents country who will be educated In tal talcountry tb1a tb1acountry thLcountry

xml | txt