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SfRMONAGAIN SfRMONAGAINBY AGAIN AGAINk
BY PRESIDENT PRSIDNIChief
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Chief Magistrate Takes Text TextFrom TextFrom TextFrom
From Memory and Tells His HisHearers HisHearers HisHearers
Hearers His Position Cur Curtails Curtails Curtails ¬
tails His Utterances UtterancesLOS UtterancesLOS UtterancesLOS
LOS ANGELES PREPARES PREPARESMOST PREPARESMOST PREPARESMOST
MOST UNIQUE WELCOME WELCOMEExecutive WELCOMEExecutive NELCOMEExecutive
Executive Starts East Tuesday Tuesdayand
and May Ride Mule Down DownInto DownInto DownInto
Into the Abysses of Grand GrandCanyon GrandCanyon GrandCanyon
Canyon of ofth the Colorado ColoradoLos
Los Angeles Cal Oct 1OLo Los Angeles Angelesis
is all in h readiness tonight to receive receivePresident receivePresident receivePresident
President Taft when he arrives on hip hipspecial hi hispclal hbpeclaI
special train at 745 7 oclock tomorrow tomorrowmorning tomorrowmorning tomorrowmorning
morning morninghen
When hen the train bearing the presidential presidentialparty presidentialparty presidentialparty
party arrives at River station the first firstLos firstLos firstLos
Los Angeles stop it will be met by a alarge alarge alarge
large number of citizens headed b bMayor by >
Mayor Alexander who will escort the thePresident thePresident 11wPresident
President direct to San Pedro harbor The TheC Thtcremonles Thecerlmonies >
C rfmonies in connection with 1th the offi official official offieil ¬
cial welcome will be deferred until the thetrain th thtrain thtrain
train bearing the President and the com committee committee corninittee ¬
mittee returns from the harbor at 1 1oclock 1olock 1o
clock o lu the afternoon The official officialgreeting officialgfNtlng officialgreeting
greeting will be extended at Arcade sta station station station ¬
tion tionThe
The automobile parade through the therltvs thedtys thecitys
rltvs streets the welcome by b the school schoolchildren schoolhildren schoolchildren
children the laying of the cornerstone of ofa ofa ofa
a new high school by the President Pre ident will willfollow willfolIlw willfnflow
follow followPresident folIlwPresident fnflowPresident
President Taft then will be taken to tothe tothE tothe
the > home homeof of h his staler l ter Mrs Irs W A Ed Edwards Edwards Edwards ¬
wards Here he will ill spend the night nightThe nlhlThE nightThe
The > banquet in his honor will be ten tendered tendpred tentiered ¬
tiered that evening in Shrine auditorium auditoriumwhere auditoriumwhre auditoriumwhere
where 700 covers have been laid laidLeaving laidLeaving laidLeaving
Leaving Los Angeles about 9 oclock oclockTuesday oclockTuesday oclockTuesday
Tuesday morning by special trolley the thePresident thePresident thePresident
President will visit the National Sol Soldiers Soldiers Saldiers ¬
diers home at Sawtelle and address the thethousands thethousands thethousands
thousands of veterans there thereThence thereThence thereThence
Thence he < party p rty will proceed to Pasa Pasadena Pasadena Pasadena ¬
dena where wi re a luncheon IB to be given givenby givenby glveiiby
by the Pasadena board of trade Here Hereho Henhe Herehe
he will m reboard his special train and andswing andswing andswing
swing out through the great orange belt beltof beltof beltor
of Riverside and San Bernardino coun counties oounties counties ¬
ties making stops at the principal principaltowns principaltowns principaltons
towns of the sections and concluding with witha
a f dinner at Riverside RiversideStarts RlvenddeStarts RiversideStarts
Starts Back Tuesday TuesdayTuesday TuesdayTUEsday TuesdayTueslay
Tuesday night the President will re resume reBurne reeume ¬
sume his journey eastward entering Ari Arizona ArI20na Artzona ¬
zona by b way of Yuma YumaThe YumaThe YumaThe
The most elaborate plans have been beenworked beenworked beenworked
worked out for the welcome of the Press President Prelrldpnt Pressdent ¬
dent during his visit to southern Cali California California Caiifornia ¬
fornia Tonight the city is gay with col colors colors eelors ¬
ors American flags and pictures of the thePresident thePresident thePresident
President are everywhere The orna ornamental ornamental oniamental ¬
mental lamp posts that line Broadway
Spring and Main streets J have been beensheathed beensheathed I Isheathed
sheathed from top to bottom in long
loaves of palms and early earl tomorrow tomorrowbanging tomOftOvrban toworrwhanging
ban banging nk banket of o ttowMM Uows ewe i will be INtpended b MM awspended MMpcnded
pended from the electric light clusters clustersthat clustersthat clustersthat
that line the route of the Presidents Presidentsmarch PrMldentsmarch Presidentsmarch
march marchThe marchThp marchThe
The trip to San Pedro harbor was de designed designed delgned ¬
signed to give the President a chance at ata ata ata
a further outing and to make it possible possiblefor IOII tbl tblfor
for him to familiarise himself with the thegreat tbegnat thegreat
great projects there therein in which the federal federalgovernment federalgwtrnment federalgwernment
government has already spent several severalmillions 8lYM81mll1lons seralmillions
millions The Th Presidents party will be betaken betaken I Itaken
taken over the harbor in launches and andth andthln andthn
th thln < > n be driven in automobiles to the t e site siteof Idteof siteof
of the proposed propo ed fortifications of the bay
Brief Stops in Arizona ArizonaAlbuquerque ArizonaAlbuquerqUE ArizonaAlbuquerque
Albuquerque > N M L Oct 10 10The The stops stopsPresident stopsPresldnt
President Pl sldpnt Taft will make in the two twosouthwestern twosouthwestern twosouthwestern
southwestern territories where he will be befrom befrom befrom
from Wednesday morning until Friday Fridaynlplit FridanlgM Fridaynight
night will be too short to allow allo of any anyelaborate anyfolaborate anyelaborate
elaborate entertainment but Phoenix PhoenixAriz PhoenixAriz PhoenirAriz
Ariz and Albuquerque N M where h hwill hIwill hwill >
will make brief stops Wednesday Vedne day and andFriday andFrldav andFriday
Friday have competed plans to make the thePresidents thePresldents thePresidents
Presidents stay as pleasant as possible possiblell
All ll of Thursday will be spent at Grand GrandCinon Grandanon Grandanon
Cinon CinonThe anon anonThe anonThe
The Presidents visIt to New Mexico and andArizona andArizona andArizona
Arizona is looked forward to with eager eagerinterest ealerIntprpst eagerintrst
interest It is hoped that th in his speeches speechesat
at Phoenix and Albuquerque he will give givesome gtVfsome givesome
some further expression of his views as astn itSto usto
to statehood and while he has already alreadyexpressed alreadXlresed alreadyecpressed
expressed himself as strongly in favor of ofImmediate otImmedlatfl of1mmedIst
Immediate admission of both territories territoriesthe
the > people are anxious to hear for them themsolves themFhps themElves
solves what he may have to say on the thesubject th th8unjttt thesubject
subject just now of more Importance to totl tot tothm
tl t thm m than any national issue issueThe 1es11eTht IssueThe
The President will arrive at Phoenix at att
12 122 t 20 p m He will be welcomed by a areception arptlon arecptIOfl
reception committee headed by Governor GovernorSloan Governor813n GovernorSlan
Sloan of Arizona and Mayor Adam o oPhoenix 0Phopnlx o9 o9PhoenIx
Phoenix An hour later the President Pn > lldeftt will willaddress 11111addrEI willadiress
address the people In the city hull plaza piaxaand plasaand plazaand
and will then iro for an automobile ride rideAt rideAt rideAt
At 3 oclock the President dnt will leave for forPrescott torPrp8ott forPrescott
Prescott where wh he 1M will stop for two twohours t1nhoun twohouri
hours < No stops will 1It be made between betweenPresoott betwHflPrflott betweeProaoott
Presoott and Grand Panon anon the th Preirtd Pnc1nt Pnc1nt1r Prcsidntarriving nt ntarriving
arriving 1r lnJ at the th canon rim at oclock oclockThurpdav oclockThlrpda oelockThurpdaY
Thurpdav tnornlne tnornlneMay morn mornMay morntnrMay
May Ride the Mule MuleA
A powerful saddle I < horse < e trained to the thetrails th thtrait thetrails
trails along the rim is held in readiness readinessFhould readlnetllFhould readinessFhould
Fhould the President care to ride > And Andthe Andth Andthe
the th mule which has made the th Journey JourneyContinued journeyContinued journeyContinued
Continued on Page 2
BOYCOTT WAR IN INCHINA INCHINARENEJED
CHINA CHINARENEJED CHINARENEJEDCirculars RENEWED RENEWEDCirculars
Circulars Spread Broadcast BroadcastUrging BroadcastUrging BroadcastUrging
Urging Retaliatory Meas Measures Measures Measures ¬
ures Against Japs
Tokio Oct 10 10Coples Copies of circulars circularssued is issued issued ¬
sued in North orth China by a body of Chines Chinescalling Chtnesailing Chlneg4a1ling
calling themselves the Popular Associa Association Asaociatlon Association ¬
tion of the Three Eastern Provinces Provinceshave Provinceshave Provinceshave
have been received in Japan after hav having having hayIng ¬
ing been spread broadcast among Chinese Chineseof
of the lower classes da The circulars con contain contaln contam ¬
tain tam inflammatory statements against the theJapanese theJapanl theJapanese
Japanese Tht They y bear upon what is called calledthe calledthe
the weakness weakn s of poor China and the in inFulting InFultlng inIL
IL Fulting aggression of Japan JapanAssertions Ja JapanAssertions fn fnI
I Assertions are made m de that Japan has hasdevastated ha hadpastated hasdevastated
devastated the arable lands of northern northernChina northernhina northernChina
China has enslaved laborers along the theline thelInE thelne
line > of the AntungMukden Antung Iukden railroad that thatJapanese thatJapanese thatJnpane
Japanese officials have beaten the men menInsulted menInsulted incainsulted
Insulted the women and terrorized the thepeople thepeoplf thepeople
people peopleThe
The circulars point out that the weak weakness weaknese weakness ¬
ness of China in a military sense makes makesit makeIt
it Impossible for her to iesent this treat treatment treatment treatmeat ¬
ment except by a boycott and call upon uponthe uponthe uponthe
the people of China generally to refuse refuseall
all dealings with the Japanese All 11 stu students students studeits ¬
dents and persons who value freedom are arecalled areallro arecalled
called upon to propagate the doctrines of oftne oftile ofthe
tile association Failing in this they are arethreatened arethreatened arethreatened
threatened with vengeance and even evendeath eyendeath evendeath
death deathThe deathThe deathThe
The document conclwc < with tile re recjuest request reuest
quest uest that Chinese vehiri vehirks s vessels ve els and andrailroads andrailroads andrailroads
railroads refuse to carry Jianese I lnese goods goodsAn goodAn goodsL
L An endless chain is sougtt in the re request ret ¬
1 t quest that patriotic ciUz qt L1 J nf t whose whosehands whoaehands
n hands the th circular ma fail shall have havethem haethem havethem
them reprinted i mnd OJ > i < 1 sratterpd broi broadcast broadcastwith < loa l3t l3tU1tll = t tuntil
until J Jpun pan r an j j M i l tent nt nut lIt fr fnT fnTnU frrll < T Tall
all ll umm mmrJ n J dImrlbn irm n it un Witt WittCbiDa wtfchina v th
china
BIG FEE FOR PHYSICIAN PHYSICIANDBGEOBGEW
DBGEOBGEW DR GEO GEORU E W
New York Oct 10 toThere There Is a great greatdeal greatdeal greatdeal
deal of quiet talk among New York Yorkphysicians Yorkpftslclans YorkPhyskians
Physkians physicians as to the amount of the fee feewhich feewhleh feewhich
which will be paid to the doctors whoattended whoattended who whoattended
attended Edward H Harriman during duringhis
his last illness None of these fees will willbe willbe willbe
be paid until after the will of Mr Harriman Harriman Har Harriman ¬
riman has gone through all the legal red redtape redtape redtape
tape which the New York laws require requireChief requireChief requireChief
Chief among the physicians who were werecalled werecalled werecalled
called in to aid the family famll physician
when Mr 11 Harrimans condition became becameso
so dangerous was Dr Crile CrileThere CrlleThere CrileThere
There have been reports that Dr DrCriles DrCrlles DrCriles
Criles fee would reach into six figures figuresbut figuresbut figuresbut
but he naturally will not discuss it and andthe an anthe andthe
the idea is scouted by the New York Yorkphysicians Yorkphslcians Yorkphysicians
physicians who have been approached approachedon
on the subject The newspaper discus discussion discussion discussion ¬
sion of the physicians who attended Mr MrHarriman MrHarriman Ir IrHarriman
Harriman has made each of them fa famous famous famous ¬
mous as many persons apparently are arebacking arebacking arehacking
backing Mr Ir Harrimans judgment as to todoctors todoctors todoctors
doctors just as they once backed his hisJudgment hisjudgment hisjudgment
Judgment in the stock market
RADICALS MAR MARMR MARMRI
m rareSocialists rare Tk1 113 V1Sn V1SnSocialists IT ITSocialists
Socialists Denounce President Presidentand
and NearRiot Follows in inLos il ilLos inLosAngeles
Los LosAngeles Angeles
Los Angeles Cal Oct 10 10A A Socialist Socialistmass SoolallstmlUlll t tmass
mass meeting here tonight at which whichPresident whichPresident whichPresident
President Taft was denounced resulted resultedIn
In a nearriot and the dispersal of a mob mobby mobby mobby
by the ponce ponceThe policeThe penceThe
The police swept down upon the mass masameeting mlUlI massmeeting >
I meeting arrested three of the radical radicalleaders rad1ea1leaders radicalleaders
leaders and locked them up The three threemen threemen threemen
men will be kept incommunicado daring diringPresident daringPre dringPresident
President Pre ldent Tafts stay eta in the city cityImmediately cityImmediately cityImmediately
Immediately after the raid another So Socialist S Scia Socialist ¬
cialist cia list speaker organized a party from fromamong fromamong fromamong
among the audience at the mass meeting meetingShouting meetingShouting meetingShouting
Shouting they the marched toward the police policestation policestation I Istation
station to make a demonstration demonlit Hon But the thepolice thepolice I
police met them half a block from the thejail thejail thejail
jail and with club ready y for action actioncharged actioncha actioncharged
charged cha ld the crowd which quickly dls dlsThe dispersed dtspersed
persed persedThe persedThe
The incident has had the effect of ofquickening ofquickening ofquickening
quickening the vigilance of the police and andsecret andsecret andsecret
secret service men menJust menJust menJust
Just before the meeting of the Socialists Socialistsa
a letter was delivered to the detective detectivedepartment detectivedepartmentsayleg detectivedepartment
department departmentsayleg saying that if any move was wasmade wasmade wasmade
made to break it up some one would be bekilled bpkilled bekilled
killed
JAPANESE MINISTER MINISTERTOMEXICOCALLEDHOME TOMEXICO TO TOMEXICO
MEXICO MEXICOCALLEDHOME MEXICOCALLEDHOMELos CALLED HOME HOMELos
Los Angeles Oct 10 10lInona MInorza Azara Azarakawa Azarakawa Azarakawa
kawa minister plenipotentiary and envoy envoyextraordinary eno enoextraordinary envoyextraordinary
extraordinary of Japan to the Mexican Mexicangovernment Mexicangovernment lexlcanaovernment
government was in Los Angeles yeeter yeeterday yeeterday yesterday
day on his way to San Francisco whence whencehe
he will sail for his native land as soon soonas
as possible po slble He has been called home homeby homeb homeby
by b the emperor emperorMinister emperorlInlllter emperorMinIster
Minister Azarakawa spoke briefly of the thecolonisation thecolonlsaUon thecolonization
colonization of parts of Mexico by b the theJapanese theJaplU1et1e theJapanese
Japanese who are setting out large or orchards 01chardll orchards ¬
chards there and acquiring farms Many ManyJapanese Man ManJapPne ManyJapanese
Japanese e are atep employed in the mines minesof
of Mexico He said the Japanese are areprospering areprospenng areprospeiing
prospering in Mexico and that their con condition condition conditlon ¬
dition is as good as could be expected in inany Inan inany
any an foreign land
SOUTHERN PACIFIC AND ANDSANTA ANDSANTA ANDSANTA
SANTA FE GET TOGETHER TOGETHERLos
Los Angeles > s Oct 10 IOA A traffic ar arrangement arrl arrngenwnt ¬
rangement rl has just been perfected be between bEhwen betwten ¬
tween the Southern PacifiC and the Atchi Atchison Atchison Atchison
son Topeka Santa Fe whereby the lat latter latter latter ¬
ter is granted the use of the Southern SouthernPacific SouthernPacific SouthernPacific
Pacific tracks tra ks between Los Angeles and andBakersfield andBakersfield antiBakersfield
Bakersfield This carries with it the priv privilege prlvlIege rlv rlvllepe ¬
lIege of soliciting local business between betweenLos betweenLoa betweenLos
Los Angeles and San Francisco FranciscoIn
In return the Southern Pacific may use usethe usethe usethe
the Santa Fe tracks between Phoenix PhoenixAriz PhoenixArlz PhoenixAriz
Ariz and Bengal Cal via the Parker ParkerBengal ParkerDenllll ParkerBengiI
Bengal cutoff The last 90 miles of the thecutoff thecutoff thecutoff
cutoff is being rushed to completion be between between between ¬
tween Parker and Bengal and will be befinished befinIshed befinished
finished by March 10 1910 when the theagreement theagreement theagreement
agreement will become effective
WILL WELCOME GOMPERS GOMPERSThirty
I Thirty Thousand Union Men to Give GiveHim GiveHim GiveHim
Him Reception ReceptionWashington ReceptionVashlngton ReceptionWashington
Washington Oct 10 10As As a tribute to tothe tothe tothe
the homecoming hom comlng from rein abroad of Presi President President President ¬
dent Samuel Gompers of the American AmericanFederation AmericanFedemtlon AmericanFederation
Federation of Labor one of the most rep representative reJre representative ¬
resentative re gatherings of labor unions unionswill unionswill unionswill
will welcome him A reception in his hishonor hishonor hishonor
honor next Tuesday evening will be held heldMore heldMore heldtoce
More toce than 30000 laboring men will par participate participate participate ¬
ticipate in the parade
CARNEGIE GIVES BIG BIGSUM BIGSUM
I
SUM TO UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITYMontreal
Montreal Oct 10 10Andrew Andrew Carnegie has hassubscribed hassubscribed hassubscribed
subscribed 100000 to McGIll university as asa asa asa
a part of the general fund of 2000000 S Z2000000which 2000000which oooOOOwhich
which friends of the university are ar < J trying tryingto
to raise
HARVARD SAVANT DEAD DEADBo DEADBoston
Bo B Boston > ton Oct O < t in 101Dr I > r John P Reynolds Reynoldsfr
fr tw tWTlI rn ydrs i = a prof Trofsor sor In the Har Harri Harri
ri m di ii1 al sthx > l died today aged 83 83rs
> rs
CRANE MAY NOT NOTGO NOTj
j gora GO Tn HtNA HtNASecretary ii iiSecretary
Secretary of State Said to Be Believe Believe BeIleve ¬
lieve Interview Was Grave GraveIndiscretion GraveI GraveIndiscretion
Indiscretion IndiscretionWashington I IndiscretionWashington n nVashlngton
Washington Oct W 10CharJes Charles R Cranes Cranessudden Cranessudden Cranessudden
sudden unexpected and hitherto mysteri mysterious ¬
OWl recall to Washington by Secretary of ofState ofState ofState
State Knox when Crane was at the point pointof i ior
of sailing from San Francisco to assume assumehie as assumehis ume I
his duties as minister to China was oc occasioned occasioned cceasioned ¬
casioned by b developments Involving the thequestion theque thequestion
question que tlonof of Mr Cranes fitness for that thatpost thatt thatlhls thatpost
post postThis postrule t
This much is known tonight in well In Informed Informed informed ¬
formed quarters In Washington Unless UnlessMr
Mr Ir Crane is able to clear himself in the theeyes theeyes theeyes
eyes of Secretary Knox of an accusation accusationof
of a serious breach of what the state de department department department ¬
partment regards as the first principle principleof
of diplomatic discretion the conference conferencewith
with his official chief may result In the theabrupt theabrupt theabrupt
abrupt termination of of1lr Mr Cranes con connection connection eonnection ¬
nection with the diplomvtiu service serviceThe serviceThe serviceThe
The state department has In hand what whatit
it regards as more or less convincing convincingevidence convincingevidence convincIngevidence
evidence that Minister Crane on the eve eveof evcof eveof
of n4s departure for the far east became becameresponsible becameresponstblefor becameresponsible
responsible for the publication In a Chi Chicago Chlcaso Chicago ¬
cago newspaper of what the department departmentIews
Iews as a most Indiscreet discussion of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the attitude of the United States toward towardthe towardthe towardthe
the two treaties recently negotiated be between between between ¬
tween China and Japan This the de department department department ¬
partment holds to have h ve been the more moreserious morelIerlous moreserious
serious because that attitude is still un under under under ¬
der confidential consideration considerationWhen considerationVhen considerationWhen
When Mr Crane returned to his hotel hotelhe hotelhe hotelhe
he seemed deeply deep I concerned concernedWill oncernedIll
Will Ill you resume sume your our journey to toChina toChina toChina
China Mr Crane was asked askedI
I am under salary sala he replied and andsubject andubject andsubject
subject to orders
MRS YOUNGS YOUNGSFRIENDS FRIENDS MAD MADSummary MADSummary
Summary Actipn of New Mexico Mag Magistrate Magistrate Magistrate
istrate Causes Indignation n in inthe inthe inthe
the Community CommunitySpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanFarmington HeraldRepublicanFannlngton HeraldRepublicanFarmington
Farmington Oct 10 10The The imprisonment imprisonmentof
of Mrs Brigham Young Youpgjr jr has aroused arousedintense arousedIntense arousedIntense
intense Indignation among the Mormons Mormonsof
of northern New Mexfco Her refusal r fusal to toBive togle togive
give a peace bond sued for by her son soninlaw sonInlaw soninlaw
inlaw John Allen lIen is deplored but Jus Justice Justice Justice ¬
tice Fay Ia who threw her Into jail Is gen generally generally generally ¬
erally denounced denouncedLast denutcedLast denouncedLast
Last July while the Mormons were cel celebrating celebrating cclebrating ¬
ebrating the anniversary of ofthe the arrival of
Brigham Young and his followers In Salt SaltLake SllltLake SaltLake
Lake Allen and Mrs Youngs daughter daughtereloped daughtereloped daughtereloped
eloped and were W re married While hlle Allen Allenwas Allenwas Alienwas
was absent Mrs lrs Young induced indu d her
daughter to return home and when Al
lent went after her Mrs Young ordered
him away awn Allen swore out a peace war warrent wnrI warrent
rent I > nt alleging that she threatened to shoot
him She refused to give bond Lat Latr > r
her attorney offered offer l to compromise but
the justice threw her Into jail jail
GAYNOR SAYS HEARST HEARSTHAS HEARSTHAS HEARSTHASBETRAYED
HAS HASBETRAYED BETRAYED HIM HIMNew HIMNew HIMNew
New York Oct 10 10In In a statement full fullof fullof fullor
of sting and 3I1 bite yet devoid of invective
William J Gaynor Democratlo candidate candidatefor
for mayor of Greater New Ne York fired his
first big projectile of the municipal cam campaign campalgn campaign ¬
paign today in man an attack on William R
Hearst HearstLast HlarstLast HearstLast
Last week Mr Hearst issued a state statement statement statement ¬
ment saying positively that he would not notrun notrun notrun
run for mayor but would support Justice JusticeGaynor JusticeGaynor JusticeGaynor
Gaynor Two days later he accepted an
independent nomination nominationJustice nominationJustice nominationJustice
Justice Gaynor said Hearst had urged urgedhim urgedhim urgedhim
him to run for mayor nearly six months monthsago monthsago monthsago
ago on any ticket and pledged his sup support support support ¬
port Justice Gaynor called Hearsts re repudiatlon repudilltion ret retpudlatlon
pudiatlon the most painful shock I had hadever hadever hadever
ever experienced and a breach of trust trustsuch trustsuch trustsuch
such as I never encountered before
GETS GETSSTORM STORM WARNING WARNINGMobile WARNINGIoblle WARNINGMobile
Mobile Ala Oct 19 19The The forecaster re received received recelved ¬
ceived the following storm warning this thisafternoon thisafternoon thisafternoon
afternoon from Washington Northwest Northweststcrm Northweststcnt Northweststcrm
stcrm warning 5pm 5 p m Tropical disturb disturbance disturbI1IW disturbane ¬
ance I1IW west of Havana moving northwest northwestby
by north with apparently increasing In Intensity Interuslt Intensity ¬
tensity teruslt
RAilWAY MN MNINSPfCT MENINSPECT
INSPECT CITY CITYMembers
Members of Massachusetts MassachusettsStreet
Street Railway Association AssociationInclude AssociationInclude AssociationInclude
Include Salt Lake in Special SpecialTour SpecialTour SpecialTour
Tour of the Continent ContinentSEE ContinentSEE ContinentSEE
SEE PRINCIPAL SIGHTS SIGHTSDURING SIGHTSDURI SIGHTSDURING
DURING DURI jG BRIEF VISIT VISITSpecial VISITSpecial VISITSpecial
Special Train Schedule In Includes Includes Includes ¬
cludes 10000 Miles in Cir Circle Circle Circle ¬
cle Following Closely the It Itinerary Itinerary Itfnerary ¬
inerary of President Taft TaftDINE TaftDINE
DINE AT COMMERCIAL CLUB CLUBof CLUBembers
embers of the Massachusetts Street StreetRailwa StreetRlllway StreetRaiLway
Railwa > association a many man of them ac acr acrJmpanled acrmpanied
r impanied by their wives and children childrenSM childrens1l1t childrensrrt
SM s1l1t rt several hours yesterday in Salt SaltI SaltLk SaltIk
I Lk ik and vicinity vlclnlt They are on a tour tourt
or t approximately 10000 miles which was wasDf
Df I g m at Boston Sept SeptJI 30 Their visit to tobjlt toLake toLit
Lit Lake though brief was full of ac act acttn actr
t ttn n and they were royally entertained entertainedy entertainedoffidals entertainedfuicials
y ffiuals of the Utah Light Railway Railwaympanj RaHwllmIall Railwayrnrany
> < mpanj The party numbered ninety ninetyi nlnetydn
dn i v i n and occupied a special train in invh InwtJah inwhu1i
wtJah vh > h they the are touring the country countryowing count countUwing countryUwing
Uwing to a slight accident the party partywas partwas partyWas
was delayed in reaching Salt Lake They Theywere Theywere The Thewere
were scheduled to arrive at 10 oclock oclockm oclocin
in the morning but it was nearly 1 oclock oclockin
in the afternoon before their train reached reachedthe
the th Denver Rio Grande depot There Theretney Thprthey Therethey
they were met by b a committee of the theLtah theLtah theLtah
Ltah Light Railway Rallw company officials officialscomposed offlclklscomposed officialscomposed
composed of G W V Manning l1 nning assistant assistantsuperintendent as assiEtantsuperintendent tl tant tantsuperintendent
superintendent G S Gannett treasurer treasurerO
O A Harrold electrical engineer L L LDagoon LDagoon LDagoon
Dagoon engineer B W Mendenhall Heitdenhallcommercial Mendenhallcommercial Mendenhallcommercial
commercial agent W C Baker chief chiefclerk chiefclerk chiefclerk
clerk and J G Williams general super supervisor supervillOr supervisor ¬
visor of the company companyThree com companyThree pan panThree
Three special cars awaited the visitors visitorsand visitorsand visitorsand
and carried them to the Commercial club clubwhere clubwhere clubwhere
where luncheon was served immediately immediatelyupon
upon their arrival Shortly after 2 oclock oclockthey oclockthey oclockthey
they were taken to Great Salt Lake in a aspecial aspecial aspecial
special train furnished turnl hed by the Oregon OregonShort OregonShort OregonShort
Short Line Railroad company com pan Severa Severalof Severaof
of the moat mo t daring of the men and women womentook womentook womentook
took a dip in the lake and the others otherskept otherkept otherskept
kept their hosts busy answering questions questionsabout questionsabout questionsabout
about the great salt It s sea a and the sur surrounding surrounding surrounding ¬
rounding country which was spread out outlike outlike outlike
like a glorious panorama in the warm warmbright warmbright warmbright
bright sunshine sunshineVisit sunshineVisit sunshineVisit
Visit Car Barns BarnsNearly BarnsNearly BarnsNearly
Nearly an hour was spent at the lake lakeand lakeand lakeand
and the party returned to the Oregon OregonShort OregonShort OregonShort
Short Line station where the members membersboarded membersboarded membersboarded
boarded special cars and were shown the thesights thesights thesights
sights of the city Among the places placesvisited placevlalted placesvisited
visited which interested the party greatly greatlywere greatlwere greatlywere
were the handsome new street car barns barnsof barnaot
of the UUUi Light Railway gqmjjany OIllDRI1 In IBSeventh InSeventb InSeventh
Seventh X4wi Mt street btw bittWMn n Fifth th b and > > 1 1s
Sixth s SLz South etrM IJIh8 Th vfetters mar marveled m matveiett r rveled ¬
veled at the e completeness of the big fire fireproof fireproof fireproof ¬
proof structure and aadexaDtlned examined it critically criticallyThey criticallThey
They were ere much impressed with lie liemany ibman I Imany
many man new features and especially e its itsfireproof itsfireproof Itsfireproof
fireproof construction and uptodate uptodateappliances uptodateappliances uptodateappliances
appliances The visiting street car men mendeclared mendeclared mendeclared
declared that the structure was the most mostcomplete mostcomplete mostcomplete
complete and up to date that they the had hadseen badleen hadseen
seen on their long trip from the east eastThe eastThe eastThe
The original program of entertainment entertainmentmapped entertainmentmapped entertainmentmapped
mapped out had to be cut somewhat ow owing owlop owlug ¬
lop to lack of time It had been arranged arrangedto
to give a private organ recital In the thetabernacle thetabernacle thetabernacle
tabernacle for the visitors but they the were wereso wereso
so late in arriving that the recital had hadto hadto hadto
to be dispensed dl pensed with A meeting in the thetabernacle thetabernacle thetabernacle
tabernacle prevented the guests from fromviewing fromviewing fromviewing
viewing the interior Int rlor closely but they theywere the thewere theywere
were given a peep at the big organ pipes pipesand pipesand pipesand
and told about the building as well as asthe asthe asthe
the temple which excited not a little in interest Intlmst intrest ¬
terest The remainder of the afternoon afternoonwas
was spent in seeing the city eft and the visi visitors vlsitoTs 1sltors ¬
tors left at 6 oclock on their long trip tripThey tripThey tripThey
They expressed themselves as being sur surprised surprilled surprised ¬
prised as a well aa delighted with Salt SaltLake SftltLAke SaltLake
Lake and many of them declared that thatwhat thatwhat thatwhat
what they the saw was w a revelation They The Thehad
had not expected to see so many business businesshouses businesshouses businesshouses
houses fine streets J and handsome homes homesand homesand homesand
and several said they would likely make makethe maketht makethe
the > city clt another visit in the future to tolearn tolearn tolearn
learn more about It and its opportunities opportunitieswhich
which were set forth by their enter entertainers entertainers entertainers ¬
tainers
From Denver Convention ConventionThe
The visitors came to Salt Lake from fromDenver fromDenver fromDenver
Denver where they th y had attended the con convention wnventlon eonvention ¬
vention of the American Street and Inter Interurban Interurban Interurban
urban Railway association which con convened convened convened ¬
vened in the Colorado city last week weekEvery weekEvery weekEvery
Every large street railway company In Inthe Inthe inthe
the United States belongs to the associa association association association ¬
tion and the convention was a most im important 1mportant important ¬
portant one Many of the visiting men menwere menwere menwere
were delegates to the convention repre representing representing representing ¬
senting the railroads with which they are areconnected areconnected areconnected
connected connectedThe
The i arty > is composed of officials of ofthe ofthp ofthe
the operating departments of many man of the thelargest thelargeat thelargest
largest street and interurban railway railwaycompanies railwaycompanies railwaycompanies
companies in the United States as well wellas
as directors stockholders and others In Interested interested interested ¬
terested in street railway Business About Abouthalf Abouthalf Abouthalf
half of the members were accompanied accompaniedby
by their wives and many m ny children were werewith werewith werewith
with the party Among the prominent prominentmen
men here was former State Senator SenatorJames SenatorJames SenatorJames
James F Shaw of Boston president of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the American Street and Interurban InterurbanRailway InterurbanRailway InterurbanRailway
Railway association a He Is prominent in inpolitics inpolitics inpolities
politics in his home state and is one oneof oneof oneof
of the best known men in Massachusetts MassachusettsThomas MassachusettsThomas MassachusettsThomas
Thomas N McCarter of Newark presi president presldent prealdent ¬
dent of the Public Service corporation of ofNew ofew ofNew
New ew Jersey former attorney general of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the state and state senator was among
the visitors R T Laffin of Seattle man manager manager manager ¬
ager for the Stone Webster Engineer EngineerIng
Ing corporation which owns many street streetand streetand streetand
and Interurban railway llics on the Pa Pacific Pacific Pacific ¬
cific coast was with the party Other Otherprominent OtherIJromlnent Otherprominent
prominent members were E C Foster of ofNew ofNew ofNew
New Orleans vice president of the New NewOrleans NewOrlean NewOrleans
Orleans Railway Light company
Charles C Pelrce Boston representative representativeof
of the General Electric company Paul PaulWlnsor PaulInsor PaulWinsor
Wlnsor Insor of Washington chief engineer of ofmotive ofmotive ofmotive
motive power and rulling stock of the theBoston theBoston theBoston
Boston Elevated Railway company
Charles S Clark secretary of the Massa Massachusetts Massachusetts Mamactiusetts ¬
chusetts Street StI > et Railway association associationContinued associationContinued associationContinued
Continued on Page 2 2I
I
BEARS TO DM HIS SLEDGES SLEDGESArctic
Arctic Explorer Expects to Reach the theNorth theNorth theNorth
North Pole With Teams of ofBruins ofBruins ofEruins
Bruins BruinsHamburg EruinsHamburg BruinsHamburg
Hamburg Oct 10 10Captaln Captain Roald RoaldAmundsen RoaldAmundsen RoaldAmundsen
Amundsen the well known Danish ex explorer explorer explorer ¬
plorer who is about to start on a polar polarexpedition polarexpedition polarexpedition
expedition has decided to try a remark remarkable remarkable remarkable ¬
able Innovation in the use of draught draughtanimale draughtanimals draughtanimals
animals for polar travel He Te will en endeavor ende endevor ¬
deavor de vor to make polar bears draw his hissledges hisslCges hissledges
sledges sledgesSome slCgesSome sledgesSome
Some time ago Captain Amundsen made madea
a contract with Carl Haganbnck the fa famous famous famom ¬
mous animal trainer for twenty twent ice bears bearsthree bearsthree bearsthree
three years ears old oldHagenbacks oldHagenbacks oldHagenbacks
Hagenbacks men have been In Industriously Industriously Industriously ¬
dustriously at work for months mont s obtaining obtainingthe
the bears and the results attained are aresaid aresaid aresaid
said to promise prom 3e success for them in polar polarwork polnrwork polarwork
work The animals will 111 be shipped to toChristiana toChristiana toChristiana
Christiana this week where they will be betaken betaken betaken
taken on board Captain Amundsens ship
SU SULLIVANS LLI LLIVANSSACKERDI VAN BACKER DI DIES DIESNew ES ESNew 3 3New
New York Oct 10 10AI Al Smith one of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the best known sporting men in the coun country eountry country ¬
try di died < n3 here tonight Smith Was the thebacker thEbacker theiarkcr
backer If f Jol John n L Sullivan Dan OLeary OLearthe
the weaker and many others
REIDS FATE FA TE IS UNKNOWN UNKNOWNWHITELAW UNKNO WN WNWTELAW
I
AIAIAJIIJ
WHITELAW W REID
Washington Oct 10 10Whilf While nothing noth ilg
definite can be learned at the state de department deartment tiepartment ¬
partment it is understood that the thxquestion thequ tli tliquestion
question qu tlon of a successor to Whitelaw WhitelawReid WhitelawReid VhlteiawReid
Reid as ambassador to Great Britain Britainwill Britainwill Britainwill
will remain in abeyance at least until untilMr untilMr untilMr
Mr Taft returns in November from his histour histour histour
tour about the country count It seems defi definitely definitely delinitely ¬
nitely understood in Washington that
I Mr Reid will retire However so far faras faras faras
as Is known the President has made madenothing madenothing madenothing
nothing public and Secretary Knox will willnot wUlnot willnot
not talk about it itMr itlr itMr
Mr lr Reid called upon President Taft Taftat Taftat
at Beverly shortly before the President Presidentleft
left there and was alone with Mr Taft Taftfor Tartfor Taftfor
for two hours but nothing was an announced announced anflounced ¬
nounced at the end of the conference confe > rence
TAMMANY TRICK TRICKi TRICKIA TRICKMfl
IA Mfl YBf 8 i ILLEGALNeither ILLEGAL LLLE8ALNeither
Neither Hearst Nor McCarren McCarrenHave McCarrenHave McCarrenHave
Have Completed Their Elec Election Election Election ¬
tion Petitions Yet YetNew Yetew YetNew
New ew York Oct 10 loAlready Already enlivened enlivenedby
by two Tammany tickets and the reen reentrance reentrance reentrance ¬
trance of William Randolph R ndolph Hearst as a acandidate acandidate acandidate
candidate for mayor the local political politicalcampaign politicalcampaign politicalcampaign
campaign will 111 be marked with a cres crescendo crescendo crescondo ¬
cendo this week which likely will w Hi be bemaintained bemal bemaintained
maintained mal talned until election day Nov NovSpeech 2 2Speechmaklng 2Speechmaking
Speechmaking Speech making will become general to tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow night when Hearst Heac t will appear appearbefore appearfore appearbefore
before fore a mass m 8 meeting 1n Carnegie hail hailto hallto haltto
to accept formally the nomination of his hisnew hisnew hisnew
new party partyThe partyTbe partyThe
The latest issue in the campaign is isTammanys IsTammanyl isTammanys
Tammanys kidnaping of the title Civic CivicAlliance CivicAliIan CivicAlliance
Alliance and emblems constituting the thenew thenew thenew
new party designation under which the theIndependents theIndependents theIndependents
Independents rallied to the support of ofHearst ofHearst ofHearst
Hearst HearstAs HearstAs
As a result of this move the Democratic Democraticticket Democraticticket Democraticticket
ticket may appear under the emblems emblemsof
of three different parties on the official officialballot officialballotstr officialballotstraight
ballot ballotstr ballotstraight straight lght Democratic old lade Independence Ift ladependence e ependence ¬
pendence League and the new Civic Al Alliance Alliance Alliance ¬
liance liancePatrick liancePatrick liancePatrick
Patrick H McCarren is said to have haveengineered h haveengineered vf vfengineered
engineered the kidnaplnr of the Inde Independence Independence mdcpentlence ¬
pendence League Neitner elt r Hearts peti petition petition petition ¬
tion nor McCarrens is yet complete completeOtto
Otto T Bdnnard B nnard Republican nominee nomineefor
for mayor and John P Mitchell for comp comptroller comptroller comptroller ¬
troller spoke tonight in Manhattan Con Congregational Congregational Congregational ¬
gregational church
I
LONDON MAN MANIS IS INJURED INJUREDBritish
British Editor and Politician Meets MeetsWith MeetsWith MeetsWith
With Accident on Trip Through ThroughCanada ThroughCanada ThroughCanada
Canada With Grey GreyWinnipeg GreyWinnipeg GreyWinnipeg
Winnipeg Man Oct 10 101 L F Amery Amerychief AmeochIef Amerychief
chief editor of the London Times met metwith metwith metwith
with a serious accident here Saturday Saturdayevening Saturdaevening Saturdayevening
evening eveningReturning eveningReturning eveningReturning
Returning with Earl and Lady Grey Greyfrom Gre Grefrom Greyfrom
from riding while going through a half halfopen halfopen halfopen
open gate his stirrup caught in a post postand postand postand
and he sustained a double fracture of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the ankle being thrown violently Iolentl to the theground theground theground
ground groundMr
Mr Amery Amer is resting easy and the doc doctors doctors doetors ¬
tors say sa he will be able to leave for Lon London London Lendon ¬
don Oct Oct6 26 Mr Amery has been nomi nominated nomln nominetted ¬
netted n ted for a third time as the Unionist Unionistcandidate Unionistcpndldate Unionistcsndidate
candidate for Wolverhampton at the com coming comIng corning ¬
ing general election and is anxious to get getback getback getback
back to England
ARREST MAN WHO SAYS SAYSFOOTPADS SAYSFOOTPADS SAYSFOOTPADSROBBED
FOOTPADS FOOTPADSROBBED ROBBED HIM HIMJoseph HIMJOSf HIMJoseph
Joseph JOSf > ph Feachell F achell a carpenter appeared appearedat
at the police station yesterday morning morningand
and claimed that he had been held up and androbbed androbbed androbbed
robbed by two men in I the rear of the theBlack theBlack theBlack
Black Cat saloon 60 West est South Temjjle Temjjlestreet Temn1estreet Temglestreet
street Feachell was in such a condi condition condition conditlon ¬
tion that he had very hazy ideas of the theamount theamount theamount
amount he had lost and was booked for forintoxication forIntoxication forintoxication
intoxication but released relea ed on bond
INDIANS INDIANSARE AREINCREASING AREINCREASINGRed ARE IIICREASINGRed
Red Man Thrives Under Beneficence Beneficenceof
of Paternal Government GovernmentWashington GovernmentWashlnston GovernmentWashington
Washington Oct 10 10The The popular idea ideathat Ideathat ideathat
that the American Indians are dcreas dcreasIng dcreasIng decreasing
Ing in number is dissipated by official fig figurea flSures figUres
ures showing that today there are more morethan morethan morethan
than 300000 red men in the United States StatesThe StatesThe StatesThe
The Increase in population of about 30 a aleo > >
000 during the last two decades is attrib attributed attrIbuted attributed ¬
uted to the governments constant effort effortto
to uplift the Indian to the level of con contemporary contemporary contemporary ¬
temporary civilization Thre and one onethird onethird onethird
third million dollars is being expended by bythe bythe bythe
the United States annually for the edu education education education ¬
cation of more than 50000 Indian boys boysand bosand boysand
and girls
FIGHT FORKAUFMAN FORKAUFMANSan FOR KAUFMAN KAUFMANSan
San Francisco Oct 10 10AI Al Kaufman has hasaccepted hasaccepted hasaccepted
accepted the terms of a Philadelphia pro promoter promoter promoter ¬
moter for a sixround battle with Jack JackOBrien JackOBrien JackOBrien
OBrien on Oct 27 and will leave for forthe forthe forthe
the east this week The Californian how however however however ¬
ever will attend to all details of the thepilgrimage thepilgrimage thepilgrimage
pilgrimage east and will handle the man managerial managerial managerial ¬
agerial end Kaufman believes he has hasmade hasmade hasmade
made a good match and It will give him hima
a chance to d al with eastern promoters promotersfor
for future battles
WINS ROYALTY ROYALTY11fl Y
01 BEH BEETDUMP BEETDUMPSugar m DUMPSugar
Sugar Factories Throughout ThroughoutUnited ThroughoutUnited ThroughoutUnited
United States Affected by byPatent byPatent byPatent
Patent Decision DecisionLos
Los Angeles Oct 18 ItBy By a decision decl ion of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the United States circuit court of appeals appealsTimothy appeallimothy appealsTImothy
Timothy Carroll a pioneer of southern southernCalifornia southernCalifornia southernCalifornia
California wins his fight to compel the theLos theLos theLos
Los Alimitos Sugar Su r company to pay him himroyalty himroyalt himroyalty
royalty on his patent beet dump dumpThe dumpThe dumpThe
The decision crowns with victory the thestruggle thestruggle thestruggie
struggle of Carroll who is i 70 years old oldagainst oldagainst oldagainst I
against poverty and hardship It will willmake willmake willmake
make him independently rich before the theexpiration theexpIration theexpiration
expiration of his patents six years hence henceIt
It ends litigation that commenced twelve twelveyears twelveyears twelveyears
years ago soon after the Los Alimitos AlimitosSugar AIImltoSugar AlimitosSogar
Sugar company refused to recognize Car Carrolls CarroUsclalm Carrolis ¬
rolls roUsclalm claim to the patents patentsThe patentsThe patentsThe
The decision will affect the beet sugar sugarindustry suprindustry sugarIndustry
industry all over the country as many manyfactories manyfactorlt18 manyfactories
factories wHl now pay the royalties and anduse anduse anduse
use the dumps Carroll brought suit suitagainst suitagainst suitagainst
against the Los Alimitos Sugar company companyfor com pan panfor
for infringement in September 1907 The Thecase Thecase Theease
case was tried before Judge Wellborn in inthe Inthe inthe
the United States circuit court and a ver verdict verdict verdict ¬
dict in favor of Carroll was returned The Thecompany Thecompany Thecompany
company appealed a but the claim of Car Carroll Carroll Carroil ¬
roll was sustained in the higher court
CURTISS REPEATS FLIGHT FLIGHTAT
AT ST LOUIS AERO FIELD FIELDSt
St Louis Oct 10 Repeating his per performance perfonnance performance ¬
formance of yesterday Glenn II Cur Curtiss CurU Curties
ties U s In his biplane today made a flight flightaround fllptaround flightaround
around the Aero field In Forest park parkAt parkAt parkAt
At 690 6 oclock this morning be had his hismachine hilimachine hismachine
machine wheeled out of its tent and fif fifteen fifteen if ifteen ¬
teen seconds after his bl propeller was start started started started ¬
ed he was in the air headed east He Hewent Hewent liewent
went to the extreme end of the field fieldmade fJeldmade fieldmade
made a wide circuit and veering so he hewould bewould hewould
would land with the wind in his face facehe facehe facehe
he alighted from his aeroplane at the theplace theplace theplace
place he started startedCurtiss startedCurtiss startedCurtiss
Curtiss covered a little more than a mile mitein mileIn milein
in one minute and seventeen seconds
GOOD ACTI ACTINGSAVES ACTINGSAVESWHENNEW NG SAVES SAVESWHEN
WHEN WHENNEW NEW WINE BLOOMS BLOOMSCopenhagen BLOOMSCopenbagen BLOOMSCopenhagen
Copenhagen Oct 10 Bjonstjerne Bjorn Bjomsens Bjornsens Bjornsens
sens long expected play When hen the New NewWine NewIne NewWine
Wine Ine Blooms was produced at the Roy Royal Royaltheatre Royaltheatre al altheatre
theatre tonight The theme is a glorifi glorification glorlncation i ication ¬
cation of youth and loe The comedy comedyis com dy dyIs
is clever though the dialogue has some somecoarse somecoarse somecoarse
coarse touches The play scored success successonly successonl successonly
only onl through the fine work of Mme Betty BettyHenson BettyHeneon BettyBenson
Henson and Messrs Matsins and Adam AdamPoulsen AdamPoulsen AdamPoulsen
Poulsen
ATTACH LIGHT WIRE WIRETO WIRETO WIRETO
TO TELEGRAPHERS CHAIR CHAIRCincinnati CHAIRCincinnati CHAIRCincinnati
Cincinnati Oct 10 10lth With the full volt voltage voltage voltage ¬
age of the Fort Thomas Ky military militaryreservation mlll mlllreservation militaryreservation
reservation electric plant shooting through throughhis thro throhis
his body and hapless h Iplees in his chair at the thekey t thekey e ekey
key Charles Kingston official telegra telegrapher telegrapher telegrapher ¬
pher at the fort received r aled probably fatal fatalInjuries fatalInjuries fatalinjuries
Injuries today Some person attached an anelectric anelectric anelectric
electric light wire to the steel chair In mthe Inthe inthe
the telegraph room
DO NOT EXPECT PROTEST PROTESTToklo PROTESTToklo PROTESTTokio
Toklo Oct 11 nSpecial Special dispatches al alleging alleging alleging ¬
leging that the United States is contem contemplating contemplating contemplating ¬
plating a protest against the recent Chi ChineseJapanese ChineseJapanese ChIneseJapanese ¬
neseJapanese agreement are printed in inleading Inleading Inleading
leading newspap ° rs today with lengthy lengthyeditorial lengthyeditorial lengthyeditorial
editorial comments Almost without ex exception exception cxception ¬
ception the t e editgrs are of the opinion that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the alleged protest will not materialize materializeand
and that the special dispatches are with without without without ¬
out authoritative foundation
DALIBER IS SUNG SUNGBerlin SUNGBerlin SUNGBerlin
Berlin Oct 10 10Smetanas opera Dali Daliber DaUber Daliber
ber was sung for the first time In Ger Germany Germany Geemany ¬
many tonight at the Royal opera house houseIt
It proved a brilliant success but Jed to a aminor aminor aminor
minor antiCzech demonstration from the thecheaper thecheaper thecheaper
cheaper eats ts
NEITHER WINS CUP CUPSt CUPSt
St Louis Oct 10 10Aulust August Post secre secretary secretary seerstary ¬
tary of the Aero Club of America decid decided decided ¬
ed tonight that neither nclth ° r S Von Puhl nor norH norII norH
H E Honeywell Honr > ywlI plots of Ih tie balloon balloonSt
St Louis No 3 and the entcnrial re respectively respectivel respectively ¬
spectively are entitled entlU d to the Lahm T hm cup
TYPHOID GERM HfRMASY GERMEASY
EASY TO Kill KillSalt
Salt Lake Should Never Have HaveHad HaveHad HaveHad
Had Epidemic Says Dr T TB TB TB
B Beatty Secretary of State StateBoard StateBoard StateBoard
Board of Health HealthIT
IT IS EASIEST OF ALL ALLDISEASES ALLDISEASES ALLDISEASES
DISEASES TO PREVENT PREVENTPhysician PREVENTPhysician PREVENTPhysician
Physician Tells How to Stop StopContagion StopContagion StopContagion
Contagion and Exposes ExposesSome ExposesSome ExposesSome
Some Popular Fallacies FallaciesConcerning FallaciesConcerning FallaciesConcerning
Concerning Its Origin OriginThat
That the typhoid t pbold epidemic was to totally totally totally
tally unnecessary unn and that the fever > r Is laone Isone Isone
one of the easiest 81Mt diseases to prevent Is lathe Isthe Isthe
the contention of Dr T B Beatty sec secretary secretary secretary ¬
retary of the state > > board of health In Ina
a paper which Dr Beatty has just pre prepared prppared prepared ¬
pared he tellx how the dread disease diseaseoriginates d dIseaaoriginates ea6 ea6orlgtnate
originates and what steps > > are necessary necessaryto
to prevent it It With the natural advan advantages advantages advantages ¬
tages which Salt Lake has Dr Beatty Beattybelieves Beattybelieves Beattybelieves
believes that the typhoid epldemio epldemioshould epldemioshould epiderniashould
should never have been allowed to oc occur occur occur ¬
cur here Among Amon other things in his hispaper hispaper hi hipaper
paper Dr Beatty says saysTyphoid 81STyphoid saysTyphoid
Typhoid fever the most easily pre prevented prevented provented ¬
vented of all diseases claims on an anaverage anaverage anaverage
average IOU victims annually in Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake City Of these the e thirty die and andmany andmany andmany
many are left with permanently im impaired i mipaired m mpaired ¬
paired health Severe suffering su < < erlng and andanxiety andanxiety andanxiety
anxiety loss of time and expense are areinvolved areInvolved areinvolved
involved in all cases Ordinarily this < if tieplorable ifplorable f
plorable state of facts excites little no notice notice notice ¬
tice or concern and it is only in the thopresence thipresence thepresence
presence of a a sudden > > and widespread widespreadepidemic widespreadepidemic Idesprealepidemic
epidemic that the public apathy is dis disturbed disturbed disturbed ¬
turbed and alarm created createdUnfortunately createdUnfortunately createdUnfortunately
Unfortunately the communnty Is at atthe atthe atthe
the present time afflicted at lcted with a serious seriousoutbreak seriousoutbreak scriououtbreak
outbreak and the opportunity should shouldnot
not be lost to drive home to the public publicintelligence publioIntellhJence publicintelligence
intelligence and conscience a realization realizationof
of the conditions which are responsible responsibleand
and the urgent necessity for such > > action actionas
as will 111 insure against its It repetition It ItIs ItIs Itis
Is definitely and surely within the pow power ¬
er of the people of this city to ado adomeasures adolit adolitmeasures adotIneasures
measures that will effectually e < < and per permanently permanently permanently ¬
manently eradicate the disease and if ifthey ifthey ifthey
they shall decide that this shall be ac accomplished accompUBhed accomplished ¬
complished the severe and unnecessary unnecessarysacrifices unnecessaryaerlftce unnecessarysacrifices
sacrifices of the past six weeka will nut nothave nutrave nut1ia
have rave 1ia ye been in vain vainCauses vaJnCauses vainCauses
Causes of Typhoid TyphoidThe
The object of this th paper Is to outline outlineas
as U briefly and directly as possible the themeasures themeasure themeasures
measures to which reference is mad madtAt madAt madeAt
At the outset one essential e8IIe tJa1 and all im important 1rnportant unportant ¬
portant fact should be understood and andconstantly awlconstantly aiticonstantly
constantly borne In mind Typhoid fe fever ftvel Icver ¬
ver is a specific infectious disease cau caused causedby d dby dby
by a germ known as the typhoid ba bad badilus < n nlus 1
lus given oft In the excreta from fromformer i afoimer iformer
former case and can be caused by n Iiother nj njother j jother
other means The belief held by many manyof man manof mansof
of the laity that filth decayed vegeta vegetation yegptation vegetation ¬
tion or the dead bodies of animals can cancause en cancause n ncause
cause It or that it originates from any anyother anyothtr anyother
other vague or intangible sour sourshould sourBhould sourishould
should once and for all be discarded a al alIt 3 3It sIt
It has been proven to be totally un unfounded Ullfounded uzifounded ¬
founded It should be further under understood understood understood ¬
stood that in order to contract the dislie disease dis disease ¬
ease lie the germs must be swallowed swallowedIn
In view of this fact It can readily be bepeen beeen bereen
peen that preventive measures should shouldfirst shouldfirst shouldfirst
first be directed to the destruction de tructlon of ofthe ofthe f fthe
the germs as they leave the body and andif
if in all cases that object were accom accomplished accomplished accornpushed ¬
plished it is obvious that no other mea measures me measures > a asUres ¬
sures would be required to bring about aboutthe aboutthe aboutthe
the total extinction of the malady
To this end the law requires the dis disinfection disInfection disinfection ¬
infection of typhoid excreta and in ord order ordprto r rto
to promote the enforcement of the m mea mfasure measure a asure
sure provides that physicians shall re report 11port report ¬
port all cases ca e of the disease dl eue but until untilan
an awakened public sentiment shall dp dpmand d dmand tiemand
mand strict compliance with the law lawother Jawother lawother
other measures are necessary to safe safeguard safpguard safeguard ¬
guard against the consequences of ofneglect its itsneglect itjneglect
neglect neglectTyphoid neglectTphold neglectTyphoid
Typhoid fever results from swallow swallowing 8wallowlog swallowlag ¬
log water or food fo d contaminated C by un undlsinfected unl8infected wiislnfected
dlsinfected excreta from a former case caseof caseof caseof
of the disease which has reached these thesesubstances thsesub8tance thesesubstances
substances through drainage on the legs legiof legsat egg eggaf
of files or by other means The present preentepidemic pre presentepidemic ent entepld
epidemic epld mic is an illustration of the man manner mal1her martace ¬
her in which this occurs A careful carefulstudy carefulstudy carefulstudy
study of the > cases and their distribution distributionconvicts distributionconvicts distributionconvicts
convicts one source of the infection and andIncriminates alldktcrlmlnate antiIncriminates
Incriminates two others othe one or both of ofwhich orwhich ofwhich
which are responsible responsibleFlies responsibleFlies responsibleFiles
Flies Infect Milk MilkAbout MilkAbout MilkAbout
About 25 5 per cent of the cases ha haoccurred have haeoecurred haveoccurred
occurred among the consumers con umers of milk milkfrom milkfrom milkfrom
from several nral dairies located within closq closqContinued clo cloContinued closqContinued
Continued on Page 2
fiVE NEW NEViVIORLDS NEViVIORLDSRECORDSHUNG WORLDS WORLDSRECORDS
RECORDS RECORDSHUNG HUNG UP UPIrishAmerican UPIrishAmerican
IrishAmerican Athletes Are in inGreat inGreat inGreat
Great Form at Track TrackMeet TrackMeet TrackMeet
Meet MeetNew
New York York Oct M GFIve Five new worlds worldsrecords worldsrecOrdll worldsrecords
records and one American record were weremade weremade weremade
made at Celtic park today toda during the an annual annual anfloat
nual fall track and field game ca of the theIrishAmerican theIrlllhAmerican theIrishAmerican
IrishAmerican Athletic club clubEmillo dabEmilio dubEtnhllo
Emilio Lunghi the Italian champion championwho
who ran unattached made a n nw w reconi reconiIn r 01ll 01llIn
In the twothirds of a mile scratch race racewhich racewhich racewhich
which be won In 246 f6 35 The old record recordwas recordwas recordwas
was 248 24 15 15In 16In 15In
In the discus throw Martin J Sheridan Sheridansent
sent the saucer skimming 142 feet It1 It1inches 1t 1tinchee hiinches
inches beating his former record of 14 HO I 46
feet 5 inches He also wiped out J Mitch Mitchells Mitchel1s MItcheU1I
ells American figures of 28 Ii feet 9f 81 S inches
by b putting the 42pound stone sto from a astand astand astand
stand with follow 27 feet 9 inches InchesJohn
John J Flanagan throwing the l Iipound pound
hammer with an unlimited run and fol ¬
low sent the missile 180 feet 1 inch The Theold Theold Theold
old figures were 1M feet 1 Inches
The IrishAmerican Athletic club team teamcomposed teanc teanicomposed
composed c mpo ed of Collins Riley Bromilow and
Klviat won th the ° fourmile relay handi handicap handicap handicap ¬
cap race from rom scratch 8 < in IS lt1s fts 45 clipping
115 1 15 seconds off the worlds record held
by the University of Michigan
S C Northrldge and C S P Cassass Ca a8S of
the same club won WQ the threelegged
scratch race at 289 2 yards in 25 Ii 25 eec Sec ¬
onds easily efleD tatting ZusJ and Puffers
worlds record r rd of S3 second
WT vJ 7 J Ha Hayes es a young Philadelphia run ¬
ner won th 44flard 4ro ard run handicap handi from
the fivi tiviyarJ cv ey yard an mark defeating d < M lIJin Kin i in W v
Sheppard Shc pard and W C Ribbon the jlg Bcrafoh
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