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REPUBLICAN CITY TICKET T WILL STAND WITHOUT CHANGE
fUSION PlANS PlANSfAll PLANSFALL
fAll THROUGH THROUGHCity
City Committee of Republican RepublicanParty RepublicanParty RepublicanL
L Party Reaches Final lecis lecision recision 1ecision
ion and Winning Campaign CampaignGoes
Goes on With Energy EnergyPRELIMINARY EnergyPRELIMINARY
PRELIMINARY WORK DONE DONEOriginal DONEOriginal DONEP
P
Original Understanding That ThatMurdoch ThatMurdoch ThatMurdoch
Murdoch and Wallace Were Wereto
to Drop From Race for May Mayor t ay ayor ¬
I or Not Satisfactory SatisfactoryCHAIRMANS SatisfactoryCHAIRMANS
CHAIRMANS STATEMENT STATEMENTREPUBLICAN STATEMENTREPUBLICAN
STATEMENTr r
t
REPUBLICAN TICKET TICKETMayor TICKETMayorJames TICKETMayorJames
Mayor MayorJames James D Murdjch MurdjchRecorder MurdJchRecorderH MurdichRecorderH
Recorder RecorderH H P Myton MytonAuditor MytonAuditorJ
Auditor AuditorJ J A Edwards EdwardsTreasurer EdwardsTreasurerA
TreasurerA A H Peabody PeabodyAttorney PeabodyAttorneyI PeabodyAttorneyI
AttorneyI I E Willey WilleyThe
The Republican ticket for the city clt elec elect electDn
t tDn 3n n stands as nominated by the Ilepub I elmbLn
1 Ln jn city convention without change or orwithdrawal orVi orS
Vi Ithdrawal withdrawalPlans S IthdrawalPlans IthdrawalPans
Plans for fusion which had beea die discussed dlsused dieusFd ¬
cussed by the Republicans Cltilers and andlit andIJmoprats andM
lit IJmoprats mocrats were abandoned < l yes yeserday erday
M ft ftrlloon moon after the Citiaens and Oemo Oemoatio > emo emoaU emoLL1C
atio aU parties had announced tha th they theyR theyuld
R uld adhere to their proposition hat it itt
t cr r > was fusion the mayor m < at be bet
r i md by b the Democrats DemocratsT
T final decision of the city c mmlt mmltt
t yesterday afternoon was the signal signalf
f r I renewed activity on the part > f the
r uhhcan city organization and the th win wing
i r rff g campaign is on in earnest earnestTrid earneatCrd earnest1rcd
Trid C Loofbourow chairman IIf f the
I L Iilblican iblican city committee and Secre Secret SecreParley
t Parley Jenaon mot the piecinct piecinctrmen Plecincturmen pzecinctirmen
rmen and most of the district chair ohalrr
r r 1C r during the evening and general satis satisfy ¬
fy f in was expressed by the party work works workcyer workcver ¬
s oer the decision to hold a straight straightt
t Aft in the field fieldDuring fieldDuring fieldIluring
During the last week the city commit committ
I t t IMS been working with a large force forcecf
cf canvassers and clerks and last night nightt
t lists of voters had l been > een classified and andt
t rganization of every district and andr andrr andIr
r rr r f rnct net competed to the smallest detail detailV tietallWill etaIivjI
Will V lt this work completed the Repub
1 an organisation or UQ U IB better shape shapeat ttmn ttmnat CMat
at the corresponding time In many years yearsOriginal yearsOriginal yearsOriginal
Original Understanding UnderstandingThf Understandingr
Thc original understanding in relation
ti t fusion was that James D Mutdoch
r Ieiublican candidate for mayor and VII
1 Irn am R Wallace Citizens candidate for forI forlor forror
I lor or should both withdraw and that thatt
t > head of the fusion ticket should be beT
T am lmd d by the Citizens party and the re reirlraer renn reIT
irlraer nn IT rder er of the ticket be divided < between betweenth
th Republicans and Democrats DemocratsT
T Tl next day da the Democrats ocnt nta nt a com comn comrrmicaUon
3 n miration to the Citizens saying that the theorU theorJ theori3
orU orJ condition under which the Demo Democratic Demorltlc Democrtlc ¬
cratic city cit committee would abide by the theire therre theI
ire rrceusagreement rUg agreement was that the th Citizens Citizenscommittee CiU Cltienscomrittee 08 08comr1ittee
I committee name William llUam R Wallace for forrniv fermr formror
rniv mr or Acting on this ultimatum the thetitiz the1hzus theitzi15
titiz 1hzus as committee named William It ItWallace Rallace ItWallace
Wallace allace who according to the agree a et ment mentxv menteVillS
xv VillS as to withdraw as the head of the proT10s1 proTOscd pro proposal ¬
posal T10s1 tlckot This was classed class as a atrca ahrah aof
trca hrah h of faith on the part of the Dem Demorratic DemortlUc Demorratic
orratic city committee which w was sanc sancti sanctjlrcd
J ti tjlrcd > red and supported by the Citizens com committee commlttf cornmlttce ¬
mittee mlttceWlen e eWlen
Wlen 1 en the first plans for fusion were werediscussed werediscussed werediscussed
discussed the Republican city commit committee ¬
tee te sent 5 > nt a committee of three to confer conferwith conferwith conferwith
with the Democratic and Citizens com comm comm cornrn
m ttees Then it was proposed tlut the theRepublicans theRepublicans theri
Republicans should name the may and andoitv andNt andetv
oitv Nt recorder and the Democrats and Cit Citiz CltiZTlS Citzrns
iz iZTlS ns should take the remainder The TheC TheCtizEns TheUtizens
ri C tizens and Democrats refused to agree agreeor 1greeOJ
or this proposition saying that the Dem Demc
c rtts f8 and Citizens had agreed on onvillace onvillacent J tliace TLHaeeUt tliacetir
tir 1 that the Republicans must give nt nt n nt
t this point the negotiations for the theR theR theIt
R publicans were taken up by b City Chair Ohalrr
r J r Fred C Loofbourow who was au aut
t nzed til t act for the Republican city cityt clt cltmmittee
t mmittee mmitteet
t our next meeting we reached an anir anU anLr
ir 3t rstanding that Wallace and Murdoch Murdochr
r f old id be withdrawn as candidates for forr
r < > r 1 and that the head of the ticket tickets
s Id be named by b the Citizens commlt commltt
t id d the other offices divided between betweentV b tween tweentit
tV Republicans and Democrat said aaidMr saidMr saidMr
Mr Ioofbourow last night nightW
W believed that on this basis a fu fuwould fur
1 r would be effected and had It been beenf bt > en enrr
f rf 1 out ut there is no reason r l on whv the thepn toor th thJ
J pn r 11 would not have been successful In InContinued InContinued
p Continued on Page 2
J A EDWARDS EDWARDSRepublican
Republican candidate for city au auItor
Itor
A H PEABODY PEABODYRepublican
Republican candidate for city treas treasurer ¬
urer
JAMES D MURDOCH MURDOCHRepuhlican MURDOCHRepublican MURDOCHRepublican
Republican candidate for mayor of Salt Lake I ke
MAJOR H P MYTON MYTONRepublican
Republican candidate for city rc recorder ¬
corder
I E WILLEY WILLEYRepublican
Republican candidate for city at attorney
torney
w A WIN THREE OUT OF OFFi OFF1VE
FIVE GAMES Fi FiOne FROM DETROIT DETROITOne
One More and the Worlds s Cham Championship Championsh ChampIonship ¬
pionship p Pennant Will Fly Flyin Flyin FlyIn
in Pittsburg PittsburgPittsburg
Pittsburg Oct 13 13Pittsbnrg Pittsburg took the lead on the battlefield of the theworlds theworlds theworlds
worlds championship by defeating Detroit 8 to 4 in the fifth game of the thebig thebig thebig
big series at Forbes field today This gives the National league champions championsthree
three victories to two for Detroit The scene will shift to Detroit again againtomorrow againtomorrow againtomorrow
tomorrow where the sixth and possibly the last game of the series will willbe willbe willbe
be played By winning tomorrow Pittsburg will clinch the worlds cham championship championship chanipionsiLip ¬
pionship but if Detroit wins the series will be tied again and a seventh
will be
The national commission met today and anddecided anddecided anddecided
decided to play pia the crucial game If It is isneeded isneeded Isneeded
needed In Detroit DetroitThe DetroitThe DetroitThe
The game was played with the ther thermometer thermOlmter therrnometer ¬
mometer hovering between So and 40 de degrees degr degrees ¬
grees gr s above zero A chilling chillln wind swept sweptacross sweptacross sweptacross
across the field but the immense grand grandstand grandstand grandstand ¬
stand protected the great majority of the thespectators thespectators thespectators
spectators Despite the untoward con conditions conditions conditions ¬
ditions 21706 persgns saw the game and andthe andthe andthe
the receipts were JW17J 172 Of this sum the thenational thenAtional thenational
national commission receives 321730 and andeach andeach andeach
each club owner 1447785 14477 The players pl yers no nolonger nolonger nolonger
longer share In the receipts as the first firstfour firsttour firstfour
four games is their limit limitTide 1ImltTide limitTide
Tide Turned by Clarke ClarkeThis ClarkeThis ClarkeThis
This makes the receipts for the five fivegames fivegames fivegames
games 188163 1f and the total attendance attendancewas
was 117347 Each club owner ow ri has now nowreceived nowr noWreceived
received r ived 3678615 8615 and the national na lonal com commission commission cornmission ¬
mission J15610SO J15610SOA l 161OSOA 61080 61080A
A home run by Manager Fred Clarke Clarkewhich Clarkawhich Clarkewhich
which scored Byrne and Leach in front frontof
of him turned the title of victory to toPittsburg toPJttsburg toPlttsburg
Pittsburg In the seventh inning after De Detroit Detroit Detroit ¬
troit had tied tledtheqcoreat the theseore scoreat at 3 to to3byscor to3byscorIng 3by 3byscorIng = scop scoping
ing two in the sixth aisthDetroit sixthDetroit sixthDetroit
Detroit had two home runs runsto to Its credit creditbut creditbut creditbut
but neither came with any anyone one on bases basesD
D Jones the first man up in the first firstinning firstinning firstinning
inning hit the ball Into the enclosure enclosurewhich enclosurewhich enclosurewhich
which had been built around the outfield outfieldfor
for the overflow Sam Crawford mad madthe madthe madathe
the other Detroit D trolt home run in the eighth eighthDavy elght1tDavy eightWDavy
Davy Jones home run gave Detroit a arun arun arun
run In the first but PitfJburg immediately immediatelytied Immediateltied >
tied the t e score because Summers gave a abase abase abase
base on balls b lls with the bases full A wild wildpitch wildpitch wildpitch
pitch by Summers allowed the secopd secopdPittsburg secopdPittsburg secopdPittsburg
Pittsburg run to score In the second and andanother andanother andanother
another came in the third The scor sconremained scorremained scorremainGd
remained 3 to 1 in Pittsburgs favor un until untIl until ¬
til the sixth inning when Detroit bunched buncheda
a single and a twobagger and aided b bWagners br
Wagners cosily costl bad throw scored two tworuns tworuns tworuns
runs Then came Clarkes home run In Inthe inthe Icthe
the seventh and the National leaguer leaguerassumed leagueaMumed leaguersassumed
assumed a commanding lead Each team teamscored teamscored teamscored
scored one more in the eighth inning inningWagner inningWagner InningWagner
Wagner and Cobb CobbAt
At bat Wagner made one hit in four fourtimes fourtimes fourtimes
times up but reached first base three threetimes threptimes threetimes
times The first time he drew a base on onballs onballs onbells
balls but was left on second and in th ththird ththird ththird °
third he singled to left but was on third thirdwhen thirdwhen thirdwhen
when the inning was ended endPdIn In the fifth fifthhe flftbhe fifthhe
he was an easy out and In the seventhhe seventhhewas he hewas
was hit in the back by a pitched ball He Hedropped Hedropped Hedropped
dropped to the ground and was evidently evidentlyin
in great pain but he soon recovered and andtrotted andtrotted andtrotted
trotted to first base baseCobb baseCobb baseCobb
Cobb made only ont one hit hita a single to left leftin leftin leftin
in the ixth After getting three balls ballsand ballsand ballsand
and two strikes Davy Da Jones hit the ball ballinto ballinto ballInto
into th the center field stand for a home homerun homprun homerun
run Bush walked but Cobb flied to toLeach toLeach toLeach
Leach Crawfords single to left sent sentBush spntBush sentBush
Bush to third as it was a hit and run runplay runplay runplay
play Crawford stole second but Dele Delehanty Delehanty Delehanty
hanty struck out and Moriarity popped poppedto
to Absteln
Continued on Page 2
BANDIT COMMITS SUICIDE SUICIDEWHEN SUICIDEWHEN SUICIDEWHEN
WHEN DRIVEN DRIVENINTO INTO INTOSensational CORNER CORNERSensational CORNERj
j Sensational and Spectacular At Attempt Attempt Attempt ¬
tempt to Rob Savings Bank Bankin
in Illinois IllinoisChicago
Chicago Oct 13 13A A fashionably dressed bandit who today robbed the thesavings thesavings thesavings
savings bank of ci f D M Erskine Co in Highland Park Ill an aristocratic aristocraticvillage aristocraticvillage aristocraticF
village on the lake shore twentyfive miles north of Chicago committed committedsuicide committedsuicide committedsuicide
F suicide by shooting when driven to bay by the Highland Park marshal and anda
a of citizens
In the morning the automobile bear bearing bearIng bearIng ¬
ing the robber and his chauffeur drove droveup droveup droveup
up to the bank The man who Is now noww nowr nowF
w tnd r 111 d entered the bank and Inquired of ofashler ofastler oftsher
F < ashler Duffy whether a Mr Wil WilIiamsV Williamswss 11 11lIams
IiamsV lIams iH in the bank Duffy said he heknew heknEW heknew
knew of a Mf Williams at Llberty Llbertyville LlbertyvIIIE
1 ville Ill some miles west est of Highland HighlandPark HighlandPark HighlandPark
Park The visitor thanked than ed hjm and andleft andleft andleft
left the bank He drove away aWa and re returrod returned returrod
turrod a little after 2 p m He entered enteredth
th bank while his companion remained remainedoutside remalnedoutside remainedoutside
outside in the automobile automobileDid
V Did you find Williams asked Mr MrDuffy MrDufh MrDuffy
Duffy when his visitor reentered reenteredNo r enteredNo
No he was not there the stranger strangerrep1 strangerrepHed strangerrepied
rep1 repHed repHedCashier repiedCashier led ledCashier
Cashier Duffy then became suspicious suspiciousand
and his visitor went to the street and andconversed nndconvcrsed andconversed
conversed with the chau chauffiir < lfir returning returningagafri returningagaI1 i iagaIn
agaIn to the bank ihje Duffy closed closedthe clsedthE closedthe
the front door TV sijf door d < IJ h 1 left leftopet leftopet leftfor
opet for the strng str ngT r ti t dtpart df part Fcar Fearing Fcar1n Fcarlug ¬
lug 1n something was ftronj Duffy DutY hui hurJL
r
JL
riedly took a large amount of money moneyand moneyand moneyand
and locked It In the vault vaultSeveral vaultSeveral vaultSeveral
Several hundred dollars still were in inhis Inhis inhis
his cage As he entered the cage Duffy Duffywas
was confronted by the robber who cov covered covered coyered ¬
ered him with a revolver revolverCall revolverCall revolverCall
Call everyone In here Into that thatcage thatcage thatcage
cage said the bandit or Ill blow blowyour blowour blowyour
your our head off Hurry up upDuffy upDuffy upDulTy
Duffy complied Miss Fitzgerald Fitzgeraldbookkeeper Fitzgeraldbookkeeper Fitzgeraldbookkeeper
bookkeeper and Richards teller came cameInter cameIntO cameinto
IntO the cage while the Intruder helped helpedhimself help helpedhimself d dhimself
himself to all the money In sight He Hecarefully Hecarefully Hecarefully
carefully tucked the gold and bills into intohis intohis intohis
his pockets and then exclaimed If Ifany Ifany Ifany
any of you attempt to follow me Ill Illkill 111kllJ Illkill
kill you youHe youHe youHe
He started for forthe the door and Duffy Dutr DutrImmediately
immediately telephoned the marshals marshalsoffice marshalsoffice marshalsoflice
office across the street By B the time the therobber therobber therobber
robber reached the automobile Marshal MarshalSheehan lIarshalSheehan MarshalSheehan
Sheehan was was running toward the bank bankThen bankThQn bankThen
Then began the thrilling chase All the themoney themoney themoney
money was recovered
TAfT TRAVELS TRAVHSOVER TRAVELSOVERARIZONA
OVER OVERARIZONA OVERARIZONAPresident ARIIONOA ARIIONOAPresident
President Wins Great Applause Applauseby
by Advocating j Separate SeparateStatehood SeparateStateho SeparateStatehobd
Statehood StatehoodPrescott d dPr
Prescott Pr s ott Ariz Oct 13 13Presldent 13PresldentT President PresidentTaft
Taft T ft won a allearty hearty welcome into Arizona Arizonatoday Arizona Arizonatoday Arizonatoday
today by proclaiming wherever he went wentthat wentthat wentthat
that he was heartily heortl yln in favor favorof of state statehobd statehoM statehobd
hobd for each e fi of the tliet territories txrit rrlt r1 rles sot ofArl ofArlsona f An Anzona tl tlzona
zona and New Mexico MexicoWhen MeClcoYhen MexicoWhen
When the Joyousness that th t greeted g1 et d this thisstatement thisstatement thisstatement
statement had died away Mr Taft had hadsome hadsome hadsome
some sober words for his audience in inwhich Inwhich inwhich
which he sought to impress upon them themthe themthe themthe
the necessity for deliberation in framing framinga
a state constitution constitutionHe
He declared that their constitution constitutionshould constitutionshould constitutionshould
should follow the simplicity of the con constitution constitution constitution ¬
stitution of the United States and andshould andshould andshould
should be merely fundamental laws lawswith lawswith lawswith
with simple rules of limitations Mr MrTaft MrTaft MrTaft
Taft urged the people of Arizona to toprofit toprofit toprofit
profit by what he termed the mistakes mistakesof
of Oklahoma He characterized the theOklahoma theOklahoma theOklahoma
Oklahoma constitution as a zoological zoologicalgarden zoologicalgarden zoologicalgarden
garden of cranks cranksThe cranksThe cranksThe
The presidents train was whirled whirledalong whirledalong whirledalong
along at breakneck speed today through throughscorching throughscorching throughscorching
scorching desert wastes of sagebrush sagebrushand
and Cactus CactusAt iactusAt
At times the alkali stirred up by the therushing therushing therushing
rushing cars filtered in a cloud through throughventilating throughventilllting throughventilating
ventilating screens and closed windows windowsand windowsand windowsand
and was well nigh stifling The sky was wascloudless vascloudless as ascloudless
cloudless and the sun shone with torrid torridIntensity torridIntensity torridintensity
Intensity IntensityThroughout IntensityThroughout intensityThroughout
Throughout the day the horizon was waslined was1Ined waslined
lined with the rusty color of sunbaked sunbakedmountains sunbakedmountaIns sunbakedmountains
mountains rimmed with azure haze hazeOccasionally hazeOecaslonaH hazeOccasionally
Occasionally the train rushed through througha
a little garden spot of fruits and flow flowers flowers howens ¬
ers where the touch of water had hadworked hadworked hadworked
worked Its wonders Altogether the thePresident thePresident thePresident
President had a typical glimpse of the thefar thefar thefar
far southwest southwestPresident southwestPresident southwestPresident
President Taft att left here at 7 p m for forthe forthe forthe
the Grand canyon can on
HIS WIFE 1FE LOVED LDVEDJames ANOTHER ANOTHERJames
James M Barrie Granted a Divorce DivorceProm DivorceFrom DivorceProm
Prom Mary Ansell AnseUSuit Suit Not NotDefended NotDefended NotDefended
Defended DefendedLondon DefendedLondon DefendedLondon
London Oct 11 l1Tames James M Barrie the thenovelist thenove1lst thenovelist
novelist and playwright was tcday grant granted ¬
ed a divorce from his wife on the theground theground theground
ground of the latters misconduct with withGilbert withGilbert withGilbert
Gilbert Cannan a young author The suit suitwas suitwas suitwas
was not defended Mrs Barrie was for formerly formerly formenly ¬
merly Mary Ans Aneell ll an actrees actressBarrie actreesBarrie actreesBarrio
Barrie himself took the witness stand standHe standHe
I He H said that in 19 190S 5 he had permitted the thecorespondent thecorespOndent thecorespondent
corespondent the use of a cottage cotta go which
he owned at Farnham It was at this thiscottage thiscottage thiscottage
cottage that the alleged misconduct mlsconducttook mlsconducttookplace took tookplace tookplace
place placeThe placeThe placeThe
The plaintiff said the matter matterfirst first came cameto cameto
to his ears from the theseIiants servants and that thatwhen thatwhen thatwhen
when the accusations were made known knownto
to his wife she admitted their truth
Barrie said he offered to forgive the of ¬
fenses on condition that defendant should
break off her acquaintance with Cannan Ca inri
He also said he would consent to an anagreement anaRlcemen1 anagreemeni
agreement of separation separationBoth
Both offers were refused by Mrs Barrie Barriewho Barriewho Barniewho
who pleaded with her husband to set her
free declaring that Cannan was was the only
man in the world for her No damages damagesare
are asked by the plaintiff but Cannan Cannanmust Cannanmust Canaanmust
must pay the costs
YOUNG GIRL MISSING MISSINGBelieved MISSINGBelieved
Believed to Have Been BeenVictim Victim of Foul FoulRhode FoulRhode FoulRhode
Rhode Island Murder MurderTlvorn MurderTivorn MurderTivorn
Tivorn R L I Oct 13 13The The police who whohave whohMe whohave
have been investigating the thefinning finding of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the dismembered portions of the body bodyof
of a young woman tonight t announced announcedthe nt alinouncedthe nouncedthe
the belief that the victim of the murder murderwas murderwas murderwas
was Gertrude Edwards Edw rdI a 14yearold 14yearoldgirl
girl of South SicuateThe SicuateThe Sicuate SicuateThe
The head is the only portion of the thebody thebody thebody
body now missing The Edwards Ed Edwardsginl Edwardsginlhas wards girl girlhas glrlhas
has been missing since slnceSaturday Saturday when whenshe whenshe whenshe
she left In an automobile with witbayoung witbayoungman a young ayoungman youngman
man
i
I
LITIGANTS ACT QUEERLY QUEERLYSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanDenver
Denver Colo Oct 13 13A A woman who says she lives in Salt Lake and a aman aman aman
man who claims to be H A Brown of Portland are ar performing a peculiar peculiarstunt peculiarstunt peculiarstunt
stunt in the divorce line here Although Brown wants a divorce from his hiswife hiswife hiswife
wife of six months who hag ha never worn his name he treats her as a courtier courtiermight courtiermight courtiermight
might a queen and says ladles and gentlemen never quarrel quarrelBrown quarrelBrown quarrelBrown
Brown took his wife to the Oxford hotel last night and she sh registered registeredas
as uF F R Forbes She was assigned to a room and Brown announced that thathe thathe thathe
he would steep s eep elsewhere He asked for a stenographer and a notary notaryBrown notaryBrown notaryBrown
Brown requested Clerk Way of the Oxford to deliver a document to his wife wifeAs wifeAs wifeAs
As Way ay was handing the paper to Mrs Brown he noticed that It was a asummons asummons asummons
summons In divorce When the notary arrived Brown went to his wifes wifesroom wifesroom wifesroom
room and the trio held an executive session Later Mrs Brown said she shelived shelived shelived
lived in Salt Lake that her father objected to her marriage but when her herhusband herhusband herhusband
husband wanted a divorce her father refused to help her and she asked her herhusband herhusband herhusband
husband to come here ere with her and get it as quickly and quietly as possible possibleAlthough possibleAlthough possibleAlthough
Although persistent attempts were made last night to find the parents of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Mrs H A Browti Br wn mentlohed in the foregoing no one was found who whoknew whoknew whoknew
knew her or any of her relatives
KNOX IN CHARGE CHARGfOf
Of THE r MATTER MATTERPresident AnERPresident
President Taft Interested but butWill butWill butWill
Will Not Talk About Crane CraneIncident CraneIncident CraneIncident
Incident IncidentWashington IncidentWashington IncidentWashington
Washington Oct 13 13Thc The simple simplestatement simple8tatement simplestatement
statement that the Crane incident te teckwed l ldoled litclosed
doled was the only onl response made to today today today ¬
day at the White house and andthe the state statedepartment statedepartment statedepartment
department to the inquiry as to wheth whether ¬
er President Tatt had accepted the re resignation r rslgnation resignation ¬
signation of Charles R Crane as min minister minIster mlnlater ¬
ister to China It was stated that thatnothing thatnothing thatnothing
nothing had been heardfrom heard from the Free President PreBident Freeblent ¬
ident today and that Secretary Knox Knoxhad Knoxhad Knoxhad
had left Washington for Valley ValleyForge VaHeyForge ValleyForge
Forge without having received word wordfrom wordfrom wordfrom
from his chief chiefCharles chiefCharles chiefCharles
Charles P Fletcher the charge and andIrst and1rst andfirst
first secretary of the American lega legation legation legstion ¬
tion at Pekin is now recognized by the thedepartment thfodepartment thedepartment
department of state as the American Americanminster Americanminster Americanminster
minster pro tempore It is not expect expected ¬
ed the President will undertake to toname toname toname
name a successor to Minister Crane be before before before ¬
fore his return to Washington WashingtonPrecott WashingtonPrecoU WashingtonPreeott
Precott Ariz Oct 13 13Presldent 13PresldentTaft President PresidentTaft
Taft evinced great Interest today in the thepress thepress thepress
press dispatches from Washington con concerning concerning concerning ¬
cerning the Crane case but gave out outno outno outno
no statement regarding It the intima intimation Intimation intimaHon ¬
tion being that there will be no state statement statement statement ¬
ment from President Taft at any time timeSecretary timeSecretary timeSecretary
Secretary Knox Is in full control of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the state department and it is to be bepresumed bepresumed bepresumed
presumed that he has been authorized authorizedby
by the President to accept Mr Cranes Cranesresignation Cranesresignation Cranesresignation
resignation forthwith forthwithI
I
HIGHGRADERS UIGllGADRSROUNDED ROUNDED UP UPArrest OPArrest
Arrest of Six Employes of the Con Consolidated Consolidated Consolidated ¬
solidated Mines ines Company at atGoldfield atGoldfield atGoldfield
Goldfield GoldfieldGoldfield GoldfieldGoldfield GoldfieldGoldfleld
Goldfield Nev Oct 13 13By By the arrest arrestof arrestof
of six employ s of the Consolidated Mines Minescompany Minescompany Minescompany
company mill the management is believed believedto i ito
to have succeeded in breaking up the al alleged alleged ¬
leged gang of highgraders that is said saidto saidto saidto
to have infested the plant for three threemonths threemonths threemonths
months One of the six has already con confessed confessed confessed ¬
fessed and implicated the others it is isasserted Isassertfd isasserted
asserted assertedAll
All of the men were employed as con concentrating concentrating concentrating ¬
centrating men and through the efforts effor s of ofone ofone ofone
one it is said had deviseda new system systemof
of highgrading by diverting values in inpassage inpassage inpaseageover
passage paseageover over the concentrating tables tablesThe tablesThe tablesThe
The alleged leaders In the conspiracy conspiracyare
are L H Dresser formerly of Mon Montana Montana Montana ¬
tana who claims to have been in the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States secret service before com coming comIng corning ¬
ing to Goldfield GoldtieldEllIot Elliot Lamb formerly of ofEly OfEly ofEly
Ely Nev and D Couture a repair man manwho manwho manwho
who Is alleged to have invented the sys system system eyetern ¬
tem of highgrading
It was only by finding some of the men menselling menselling menselling
selling concentrates that the thefts were weretraced weretraced weretraced
traced tracedReports tracedReports tracedReports
Reports from the mints and smelters smeltersshow smeltersshow smeltersshow
show that 21000 21 < 00 of stolen bullion has hasbeen hasbecn hasbeen
been marketed from Goldfield during the thelast thelast thelast
last three months
USED MAILS TO DEFRAUD DEFRAUDLos
Los Angeles Cal Oct 13 13on On infor information inf r rm rmation ¬
mation m tlon furnished by the federal au authorities authorities authorities ¬
thorities of Buffalo N Y Horace J JMiller JMiller JMiller
Miller was arrested here today on a acharge acharge acharge
charge of sending lottery tickets ticketsthrough ticketsthrough ticketsthrough
through the mails He was held in
2500 bail b il The alleged lottery Is Isknown Isknown Isknown
known as the Amsterdam Mining com company company cornpany ¬
pany Miller arid his father are arecharged arecharged irecharged
charged with constituting const1 tlng the dlamqnd diamondconcern dlamqndconcern dlamqndconcern
concern
1
iDAHO LOPPED LOPPEDH LOPPEDOFF
OFF H YEARS AGO AGOPortland AGOPortland
Portland Jobbers Tell Their TheirTales TheirTales TheirTales
Tales of Woe to Commerce CommerceCommission CommerceCommission CommerceCommission
Commission CommissionPortland
Portland Ore Oct 13 13Flve Five business businessmen
men of this city testified before the in interstate interstate Interstate ¬
terstate commerce commission today todaytHat todaytliat todaythat
tHat twenty years ago Portland Jobbers Jobberswere
were able to sell their goods as far east eastas
as Pocatello Ida and that year by byyear byyear byyear
year parts of that distributive terri territory territory terntory ¬
tory have been lopped off by unfavor unfavorable unfavorable ¬
able rates until today Portlands Portlandswholesale Portlandswholesale
wholesale area are Is but a fraction of its itsprevious Itsprevious itsprevious
previous extent extentThey extentThey extentThey
They testified that a barrier had been beenarbitrarily beenarbitrarily beenarbitrarily
arbitrarily erected at the Oregon boun boundary boundary boundary ¬
dary past which they must not go and andthat andthat andthat
that In some of the territory remaining remainingto
to them they are compelled to absorb absorbpart absorbpart absorbpart
part of the freight charges in order to tomeet tomeet tomeet
meet competition from the east eastHenry eastHenr eastHenry
Henry Henr Hahn for several years head headof heador headof
of the transportation committee of the thelocal thelocal
local chamber of commerce went at atgreat atgreat atgreat
great length Into the history of rate ratemaking ratemaking ratemaking
making in the Pacific northwest He Hesaid Hesaid Hesaid
said that Portland never had any trou trouble trouble trouble ¬
ble with Ita rates to interior points until untilsixteen untilsixteen untilsixteen
sixteen years ago just ju t efter p the Union UnionPacific UnionPacific UnionPacific
Pacific railroad went Into the hands of ofa ofa ofa
a receiver Suddenly he said the dis distributive distributive fitstributive ¬
tributive rates from Portland east were werereadjusted werereadjusted werereadjusted
readjusted Idaho was walled off and andother andother andother
other parts of its territory were redis redistricted redistricted redistnicted
tricted so as to make handicap jobbing jobbinghere jobbinghere jobbinghere
here impossible or difficult All Allof AllofPortlands of ofPortlands ofPortlands
Portlands witnesses declared that east eastern eastern eastem ¬
ern em competitors now meet the local localJobbers localjobbers localjobbers
Jobbers op an even footing as far west westas
as Boise Ida Baker City Ore and andSpokane andSpokane andSpokane
Spokane Wash
a
GOING AFTER WILLIE ftL1 BOY BOYFifty BOYFifty BOYFifty
Fifty Men Expect to Round Up the theYoung theYoung theYoung
Young Indian Murderer on Cali California California Callfornia ¬
fornia Desert DesertSan DesertSan
San Bernardino Cal Oct 13 13The The third thirdposse thirdposse thirdposse
posse to take part in the manhunt for forWillie forrlIHe forWillie
Willie rlIHe Boy the Indian who killed his hissweetheart hissweethecrt hissweethrt
sweetheart In the desert left here today todayfor todayfor todayfor
for the t e wastes east of the San Bernardino Bernardinomountains Bernardinomountains Bernardinomountains
mountains where the fugitive has sought soughtrefuge soughtrefuge soughtrefuge
refuge refugeThe refugeThe refugeThe
The real manchase Is expected to begin beginnot beginnot beginnot
not later than Saturday morning provided providedthe
the Indian has not moved out of the des desert desert desert ¬
ert since the abandonment of the purs pursuitover pursuit pursuitover lt ltoer
over a week ago It is feared that he has hasgone hasgone hasgone
gone up into the San Bernardino moun mountains mountains mountains ¬
tains where horse feed and game Is plen plentiful plentiful pleatiful ¬
tiful and where he might surprise his pur pursuers pursuers punsuers ¬
suers suersA
A posse that left Victorville this morn morning morning morntag ¬
ing and one that left Banning yesterday yesterdayare
are expected to Join the sheriffs posse possethat possethat possethat
that left here today The three groups groupsaggregate grOllpsaggregate groupsaggregate
aggregate fifty men The posse is sup supplied BUPpHed supplied ¬
plied with provisions and supplies for a along along along
long march
THE DEATH DEATHRECORD DEATHRECORDMajor RECORD RECORDMajor
Major General Alfred E Bates BatesJew BatesNew Batesew
Jew ew York Oct 13 13Major Major General GenerlllAI GenerlllAIfred Al Alfred Alfred ¬
fred E Bates former paymaster pa master general generalof
of the army died here today of apoplexy apoplexyJames apoplexyJames apoplexyJames
James V Mahoney MahoneyChicago MahoneyChiCllgo MahoneyChicago
Chicago Oct 13 l i3Ljames James V Mahcney for fora
a number r of years chairman 01 of the West Western Westrn Westera ¬
era rn Trunk lines committee with head headquarters headquarters headquarters ¬
quarters in this city died here today
JUDGE GAYNOR A FRIEND OF OFTHE OFTHE OFTHE
THE RACE TRACK GAMBLERS GAMBLERSCharges GAMBLERSCharges GAMBLERSCharges
Charges Piling Up Against the theTammany theTammany theTammany
Tammany Candidate for Mayor Mayorof
of New York YorkNew
New York Oct 13 13The The principal engagement today in the political politicalwarfare politicalwarfare politicalwarfare
warfare preceding the municipal election was a sensational attack upon nponWilliam uponWilliam uponWilliam
William J 3 Gaynor Democratic nominee for mayor by Robert H Elder Elderassistant Elderassistant Elderassistant
assistant district attorney of Kings county who has represented the state statein statein statein
in a fight to enforce the antibetting laws on the race traoks tracksThe traoksThe traoksThe
The attack in the form of a statement was designed to support and andsupply andsupply andsupply
supply details to the charges made last night by William Ivins that Gaynor Gaynorhad Gaynorhad Gaynorhad
had sought to defeat the purpose of the antigambling statute
Mr II Eider declared that he had learned learnedof
of the alleged conference of Gaynor and andPatrick abdPatrick anLPatrick
Patrick H McCarren of Brooklyn at atwhich atwhich atwhich
which the constitutionality of the rare raretrack IIi8track v vtrack
track law was dlacuMed and it 18 lacharged 18charged 18charged
charged a test case contemplated upon uponwhich UpOIlwhich upoawhich
which Justice Gaynor was to render a adecision adecision adecision
decision The Elder statement says saysThe saysThe aysThe
The new law against public gambling gamblingon
on the race track went into effect June
11 1608 At that time the racing was wasgoing wasgoing
I going at Sbeepshead Ba Bay > A few f w da dalater dalater daa daalater >
I later alpubiie publle official of prominence wl wlhas WL i ahas A Ahas
has been aiding me in my effort to toenforce t tenforce < J Jenforc
enforce the law ll told me he had but butfew a afew afew
few moments m ments before engaged in coner conerSKtlon comelatlon convertion
SKtlon tion with Eugene Eu ne Wood ood and that Wo Wohad Woul Woulhad o < xl xlhad
had stated to him that he Wood ai ant anlSenator antSenator t tSenator
Senator Patrick McCarreo bad bet bft1 bft1present bepresent i ipreent
present at a conference with Judge Gay Gavnor Gaynor Gaynor
nor in which the constitutionality con and the ttiavalidity thavaUdity thevalidity
validity of the new gambling law v wa wadl wadiscussed i idlscoDscd =
discussed dl and in which conference th thdiscasved thdl8cmllled thy thydtscnsed
discasved how the law could be nulUCi nulUCiand DulUOedand tied 5 5and
and a habeas corpus was w being wrang arrangJ arrangJto 4 4to t tto
to be brought before Judge Jud Gaynor to toget t tgeta tgetadeeiskn
get geta getadeeiskn a ceetekm eet aon that would allow the gam gamblers gamblers garnblers ¬
blers to do business on the race tra tracks tracksProbabJyan tracksProbably < ks ksProbably
Probably ProbabJyan an hour after this another anotherpublic anotherpublic anotherpublic
public official of high prominence whom whomI
I met upon the race course stated to tome tome
me substantially the same thing I be believed believed believed ¬
lieved then this conversation did take takeplace takoJplace takeplace
place because of the direct ond official officialway officialway officialway
way in which the information came to tome to tome tome
me I believe yet that It took toc place placeMr placeMr
Mr 11 Elder adds that the golf ball case casewas cuewas casewas
was not brought in Kings county but butIn butIn bu buIn
In Nassau Na au county and before bet Judge Oa Oanor Gay Gaynor Gaynor >
nor norIn In this ease ea e says the statement statementwait it itwas itW8
was alleged all ed that Sterling made a bet betwith betwith et etwith
with another man upon the result of a agame agame agame
game of golf and that he recorded and andregistered andregistered
registered the bet on a card In deciding decidingthe
I
the case Judge Gaynor made a definition definitionof definltiolof
of a common gambler Under this defi definition definition deftnition ¬
nition Colonel Engemen a personal personalacquaintance personalacquaintance personalacquaintance
acquaintance of Judge Gaynor who had hadbeen hadbeen hedbeen
been previously indicted as a common commongambler commungambler commongambler
gambler as chief owner of the Brighton BrightonBeach BrightonBeach BrightonBeach
Beach track was not a common gam gambier gambler garnbier
bier bierThe The learned court also decided that thatit
it was not an offense to make a bet on ona ona ona
a race course oour e and that it was no offense offenseto
to register and record the same sameJustice sameJustlee sameJustice
Justice Gaynor was busy tonight read reading readIng reading ¬
ing the Elder statement but he did not notintimate notintimate notintimate
intimate whether he would make a reply replyThe replyThe replyThe
The Ivies charges he branded as lies liesThe liesThe liesThe
The Republican candidate Otto T Ban Bannard BaDnanl Bannard
nard was the only one of the three may mayoralty mayocalty mayoralty ¬
I oralty nominees nomln to do any active cam campaigning earnpalgnlog campaigning ¬
paigning today He H spoke to the orgar orgarUsed orgarJaed orgarIzed
Used club at Columbia university and at atseveral atseveral atseveral
several political gatherings gatheringsState
State Senator Patrick McCarren ICa1T n w WI WIsuddenly s ssuddenly ssuddenly
suddenly eliminated from participate r rthe fthe rthe
the local campaign tonight by an i Pi Piattack It Itattack fattack
attack of appendicitis which wl ch reQO requ1ei requreIn e i iin l liIT
in diate operation
WILL SUCCEED SUCCHDE
E E1 H HARRIMAN H1HARRIMANMarvin HARRIMANMarvin
Marvin Hughitt Elected Direc Director Directar ¬
tor of Several Big Railway RailwaySystems RailwaySystems RailwaySystems
Systems SystemsNew
New York Oct 13 1311arvin Marvin Hughitt Hughittpresident Hughittpresklent Hughittpresident
president of the Chicago Northwestern NorthwesternRailway Northwe8ternRailway NorthwesternRailway
Railway company was today elected a dl director dlrectOr dlrector ¬
rector of the New York Central Lake LakeShore LakeShore LakeShore
Shore Michigan Southern and Michigan MichiganCentralrailroads MichiganCentrali8111oads MichiganCestral
Centralrailroads Cestral rallroads to succeed succeedthe the late B BH EH BH
H Harriman HarrimanNew HarnlninNew n nN
New N wYork York Oct 13JohnI I Waterburg Waterburgof
of this city v was > as elected a director of the thePacific thePacific
Pacific 1 > aclfic Coast company at the annual annualmeeting annualmeetinl annualmeeting
meeting of the stockholders in JerseyCity JerseyCity Jersey JerseyCity
City today to succeed su ceed E H Harriman HarrimanHenry HarrimanHenry HarrimanHenry
Henry W Cannon andJ andTD D Farrell were werereelected werereelected werereelected
reelected as directors Mr Farrell rep represents represen represents ¬
resents resen s the Harriman interests in this thiscompany thiscompan thiscompany
company companyNew companNew companyNew
New York Oct 23 13AJin Alvin W Krech KrechEdward KrechEdward KrechEdward
Edward T Jeffrey and Kingdon Gould OftuWwere Oouldwere Gouldwere
were elected directors of the Western WesternUnion WesternUnion Westernlrnion
Union Telegraph company at the annual annualmeeting annualmeeting annualmeeting
meeting of the stockholders today They Theysucceed Theysucceed Theysucceed
succeed General Thomas T Eckert James JamesH
H Hyde and andE E H Harriman HarrimanThe
The annual report showed total reve revenues revenues reveflues ¬
nues for the year ending June 36 last of of3ci54lo7
30541072 an increase of 195S860 L8O over the theprevious thepreious theprevious
previous year ear The surplus surpl s after payment paymentof
I of interest on bonds and dividends was was2gj was2g7542I
2875421 2gj 421 an increase of J2919246 91946 over the thepreceding thepreceding thepreceding
preceding year yearThe yearThe yearThe
The report made official announqement announqementof
of the sale to the American Telephone TelephoneTelegraph TelephoneTelegraph TelephoneTelegraph
Telegraph company of the Western Union Unioncompanys Unioncom Unioncompanys
companys com > anY3 holdings of New York Tele Telephone Telephone Telephone ¬
phone company stock and stated that ar arrangements arrangements anrangements ¬
rangements had been made for retiring retiringon
on May 1 1912 the 10000000 of 4 per cent centconvertible centconvertible centconvertible
convertible bonds of the Western Union UnionTelegraph UnionTelegraph UnionTelegraph
Telegraph company the security s urity for forwhich forwhich
which consists of the stock of the New NewYork NewYork NewYork
i York Telephone company >
FOUR DROWNED DROVNEDSeattle DROWNEDSeattle
Seattle Wash Oct 13 13A A special specialcable specialcable
cable to the PostIntelligencer from fromSkagway fromSkagway fromSkagway
Skagway Alaska says that four men menand mnand menand
and one woman were drowned In a afourhorso afourhorso afourhorse
fourhorso stage in which they were wereattempting werattempting wereattempting
attempting to cross the Klehini Klehlni river riverpear riverpear rivernear
pear Walls forty miles north of ofHaines ofHaines ofHaines
Haines
SOCIALISTS RAMPANT RAMP ANT OVER OVERTHE OYERTHE OVERTHE
THE EXECUTION OF FERRER FERRERDemonstrations FERRERDemonstrations FERRERDemonstrations
Demonstrations in Paris P ris and Rome Romeand Romeand Romeand
and Threats Made Against AgainstKing AgainstKing AgainstKing
King of Spain Spainancisco Spa n nuncisto
Barcelona Oct 13 13Professor Professor Fi Fitor FItor Pitor ancisco Ferrer the Spanish eduoa eduoashot eduoashot eduoashot
tor and convicted revolutionist was wasfortress wasfortress wasforfress shot today The execution was at the theoner theonerhad theoner
fortress of Montjuich where the pris priscondemnation priscondemnation pricondemnation oner onerhad had been confined since his hisdoomed hisdoom hisdoomed
condemnation by courtmartial The Thewithout Thevithout Thewithout doomed doom d man faced the firing squad squads squadfirst
without flinching and fell dead at th < s first volley
In Paris 10000 men headed by M MJaures MJaures MJaures
Jaures leader of the Socialists In the thechamber thechamber thechamber
chamber of deputies and M l Vaillant Vaillanta
a Socialist deputy tonight marched to tothe tothe tothe
the Spanish embassy where It was the theintention theIntention theintention
intention to hold a demonstration in inprotest inprotest inprotest
protest against the execution of Fer Ferrer Ferrer Ferrcr ¬
rer The police surrounded the build building bullding building
ing however and repulsed the surglnk surglnkcrowds surgl surglcrowds surgijcrowds
crowds after a sharp scuffle TJhe T e pre precession prJcession p pcession ¬
cession then returned through t1 tire e ravin ravinboulevards rinboulevards in inboulevards
boulevards with shouts of Down ft jnth jnthAlfonso th ithAlfonso thAlfonso
Alfonso down with Maura MauraLlter MauralLater f fLater
Later the rowdy element ttrmed ttrmedagain fftrmedagain rmedagain
again in II the vicinity of the onibnssy onibnssyand 9IIfbnss 9IIfbnssand oijibassyand
and tore up the lamp posts osts tines t es and andbenches andbenches andbenches
benches and erected a barricade barricadeM e er
M r Lepine prefect of policesoon POIiC 1 soon ar arrived arrived arrived ¬
rived at the head of reinforcements reinforcementsand rein reements reementsand
and was received with a voljey vqly 01 Y of shots shotsfrom shotefrom shotsfrom
from the crowd He escaped from fromdeath fromdeath fromdeath
death or serious Beilou81nJuQ injury by a narrow
margin The cavalry charged using usingthely usingthelfsabres usingtheir
their thelfsabres sabres freely and stormed the thabarricade theQIlrtleade theilarricade
barricade The police arrested a dan dange dangltous dangous
ge gltous gous bus Spanish anarchist Emmanuel Emmanueldg
dg d laTorre la Torre who admits having fired at atM atM atf
M f Lepine LepineThe LepineTh LepineThe
The Th execution of Ferrer has caused causeda
a profound impression Impre 8lon in Rome and andtonight andtonlg andtonigit
tonight tonlg t there was serious demonstra demonstration ¬
tion of protest prote t against the action of ofthe o othe > t tthe
the Spanish panl h government There were werecries Wercries werecries
cries of Long live Farrer Down Downwith Downwith Dowwith
with reactionists ta Down Do with the theJesuits theJesuits theJesuIts
Jesuits Down with Merry del Val ValThe ValThe ValThe
The police and troops succeeded in inmaintaining Inma1ntalnlng inmaintaining
maintaining comparative order and andprevented andprevented andprevented
prevented the demonstrators from fromreaching fromre fromreaching
reaching re cbJng the square where th the Spanish Spanishembassy Spanish4Itib Spantsethbeasy
embassy 4Itib ay stands standsAt standsAt
At Brussels the > rgamz rganizd < d Socialists Roc1al1stsparac1ad Socialistsparaded oc1alistgparaded
paraded the th principal stret t in I pro protest proI proteat
test jBgalnst tt 1 exfuUvn of Ferrer FerrerThere FerrerThere FerrerThezi
I There wa vae no disorder
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