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2 THE HE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH UTAHTHURSDAY THURSDAY OCT 14 14i9O 1909
nE DEMOCRATS OCRATS CALL CALLA
A CONVENTION CONVENTIONCitizens
Citizens Party Passes Out of ofExistence ofExistence ofExistence
Existence After a Short ShortLife ShortLife ShortLife
Life LifeTO LifeTO LifeTO
TO NOMINATE A TICKET TICKETACTION TICKETACTION TICKETACTION
ACTION IS TAKEN AFTER DELIB DELIBERATION DELIBERATION DELIBERATION
ERATION OF OF SEVERAL HOURS HOURSMembers HOl1RSUmbers HOURSMembers
Members of th the city Democratic com committee committee cornrnttee ¬
mittee gathered with the members of the theC theCitizns
C itlzAns C Uzr > ns party last night and after a awatch awatcn awatch
watch which whl h lasted from 786 T until the thestroke theEtroke theEtroke
Etroke of 12 l the Citla CItizens na party rty passed passedpeacefully passedpeacefully paasedpeacefully
peacefully away and the Democrats D mocrats ie ieEucd Iesued I Iiucd
sued a call for another convention to toruminate totimlnate toirnInate
ruminate a city ticket This convention conventionis
is 3 called for 8 oclock Friday evening at att atHe atte
t He e Salt Lake theatre when the fol folwing folwing
1 wing ticket will ba b presented for rati ratif ratittation ratiLcation
f ttation ttationMayorWJ1l1am LcationMayorWilliam f ation ationMayor
Mayor MayorWJ1l1am William R Wallace WallaceRe WallaceRfCorderHart WallaceRorderHart
Re RfCorderHart f order Hart J Fltz FitzgeraldAttorneyGeorge Fitzgerald FitzgeraldAttorney erald eraldAttorneyGeorge
Attorney AttorneyGeorge George N Lawrence LawrenceAuditor LawrenceAudltorW LawrenceAudltorW
Auditor AudltorW W H Love Loveny LovenyTrrLSurerA LoseseyTrrasurerA y yTrr
Trr TrrLSurerA usurer A H PEAbody
William R Wallace to the present pre ent nom nominee nomInee fernnce ¬
inee nce for mayor on the Democratic ticket ticketand tloketIUld ticketlLnd
and A H Peabody candidate for treas treasurer treaaureer treasurcr ¬
urer Is the regular nominee on the Re Reubluan Replbliean Repb1iran
plbliean ubluan ticket which he accepted after afterocaning afteru afterucinirig
ocaning u the nomination from the Citi Citiz
z ns n party Hart J Fitzgerald the man manwhom manvhom manwhom
whom the Democrats will nominate for foriv torr forrcorder
iv r rcorder c order to fill the vacancy vacanc caused cau ecl by bytie byt1o
tie resignation of A N McKay is a aI aVcmrat aIemwrat
I Vcmrat iem irrar and George N Lawrence and andv andH andH
v H Lovesey Love ey the men who are to be ber bermnated
r mnated for attorney and auditor re respec respert1wly respec
spec spert1wly tuelj are Republicans R in national nationalPOlItitS nationalpolitics nationalpolltLcs
politics
Vacancy In Ticket TicketThn TicketThn TicketThn
Thn nomination of George N Lawrence Lawrencefor Lawrencefor
for for or city attorney will leave a vacancy vacancyn
ii n the councilmanic ticket of the defunct defunctCitizens detunctCitizens defunctCitizens
Citizens party In the Fourth precinct and andJ
J E Langford the other Citizens party partynominee party1omlnee partyLorninee
nominee for the council from the Fourth Fourthla
la 1 ineligible for the reason that he Is an anofficer anoffIcer anofficer
officer and employe of a corporation corporationnhkh corporationwhlrh corporationwhich
which la holding a city franchise and andErflung andSerking andecking
Erflung more moreIn moreIn moreIn
In the call for the second se ond Democratic Democraticcjiwention Democraticcnvention mocrntlccIiVcntion
cjiwention the district chairman n are also alsoasked alsonsk alsoasked
asked nsk < d to reconvene their ward conven conventions conventions conventions ¬
tions at the Salt Lake theatre on the ther therght therght
r rght ght of the city convention to make makeever makecver makecer
ever the list of councilmen councilmenThe
The Joint meeting of the Citizens and andIK andDcmcrats andDemcrats
IK Dcmcrats ir crat3 last night followed sessions sessionsvrlch Besslonslk
v vrlch lk ic h lasted during most of the morn morntg morni
1 tg and afternoon in which the city com comr comlttS
r lttS tt tts > es of the two parties sought to find findS findsrre
E srre ir X1O e means to Induce the Republicans to tof tof tof
f lSO with them and accept the ultimatum ultimatumof
of the Democrats that William R Wal Wallace Walbee WaLee ¬
lace should head the ticket ticketThr ticketTh ticketTh
Th > Democrats met yesterday morning morningat
at the offices of Moyle Van Cott and andcuring andHrlng andmirIng
curing a stormy session they passed a ariSjlutlon aT aTcSlution
riSjlutlon T < to the effect that they would wouldi wouldymlnate wouldrmlnate
i mlnate a straight Democratic ticket ticketTins ticketTi1 ticketThis
Tins Ti1 s action was rescinded however and andthe andthe andthe
the motion to reconsider carried a pro provison provlson pro1son
vison that another attempt to force the theRepublicans theRqmbllcans therpublians
Republicans to take the Democratic ticket
on n fusion should be made In the t 1 after afternoon afternoon te tenoon ¬
noon noonWhan noonSThen c cWhen
When this committee appeared Iipp ared at Re Republican Republican Republican ¬
publican h headquarters It was w s told that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the only grounds on which the Republi Republicans Republicans ¬
cans would fuse was according to the un understanding under Understanding ¬
derstanding der tandlng reached last waek w k which was waslat waslatpr waslatr
lat latpr r violated by the Citizens and Demo Democrats Damorata Damecrate ¬
rata < The Democrats I mocrats were told thatthe thattheRepublicans thattheR thattheItepublicers
Republicans R would agree if both James JamesD JamesDMurdoch JamesDMurdoeh
D Murdoch and William R Wallace weN werowithdrawn weNwltbdrawn werewithdrawn
withdrawn and rnr the Citizens party would wouldname wouldname wouldname
name the candidate Otherwise there therecould therecould therecould
could be no agreement agreementBefore a agreementBefore eement eementnefore
Before this meeting It was was understood understoodbetween uhderstoodbetween understoodbetween
between the Citizens and the Dep Democrats Democratsthat Depicratsthat C111t C111ttbat
that they would fuse by eliminating the theCltfons tn tnCIUIl3tu1 thCitlssns
Cltfons ticket This program was < jar qarned jarried r rrled
ned out at last nights meeting and the tireCitizens theCWz theCitizens
Citizens CWz ns fell to the proposition of support supporting ¬
ing the straight Democratic ticket and andtheir andtheir andtheir
their party became a matter of past pasthistory pasthJ8tory pasththtory
history
Piper Heldsieck chewing tobacco costs costsa
a little more but lastr a little longer longerand longerand longerand
and pleases very vel much better betterL
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Misery in Head HeadI
III I had misery in my head was ir irr irri irr
r ri tibia tablwretched wretched A druggist recom recomir recomItrnded recomrended
ir ended Dr Miles Nervine From Fromtl Fromtho Fromtl
tl tho first I improved and I con continued continued continued ¬
tinued until I was entirely well wellagain wellagain w1iagain
again MISS VIOLA BAKER BAKEROrange BAKEROrange BAXEROrange
Orange Texas TexasIf
a If you are subject to headache headachebackache headachebackache headachebackache
backache neuralgia epilepsy weak weakstomach weakstomachthe weakstomachthe
stomach stomachthe the chances are your nerv nervous nervous nervous ¬
ous system is run down All the theorgans theOrgans theorgans
organs get their energy from the thenerves thenerves thenerves
nerves and when they are out of oforder oforder oforder
order it is because you lack nerve nerveforce nerveforce nerveforce
force
Dr Miles Nervine Nervinerestores Nervinerestores Nervinerestores
restores nervous energy and conse consequently consCquently consuquently ¬
quently strengthen the action of the theorgans theorgans theorgans
organs organsThe organsThe organsThe
The first botte will benefit If not notyour notyour notyour
your druggist will return your money moneyfrtentietfi moneySperial moneySpecial
frtentietfi Cenftryfeffods CenftryfeffodsSpecial
Special sale this week on onGirls onGirls onGirls
Girls School Dresses at atfrom atfrom atfrom
from 69c to 345 Savings Savingsfrom Savingsfrom Savingsfrom
from 30 to 40 per cent
Dancing classes now forming at atChristensens atChristensens atChristensens
Christensens ChristensensPlumes ChristensensPlumes ChristensensPlumes
Plumes cleaned and curled College CollegeMillinery CollegcMUJlnery CollegeMillineryParlors
Millinery MillineryParlors Parlors 301 Tribune bldg bldgChristensens bldg0e
0e 0eChristensens 0 0Christensens
Christensens Academy AcademyJuvenile AcademyJuvenile AcademyJuvenile
Juvenile and adult dancing classes classeswill classeswill classeswill
will begin next Saturday afternoon afternoonand
and Monday night
Stop D Cough CoughrIiose
Those hard night coughs of the chil children ehBdren children ¬
dren What Whatshallyougivethem shall you give them Just Justwhat Justwhat Justwhat
what your our mother gave you and just justwhat justwhat justwhat
what her mother gave her In some somefamilies somefamilies somefamilies
families Ayers Cherry Pectoral has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been the only cough medicine for forseventy forseventy forseventy
seventy years Once in the family it itstays itstays itstays
stays Keep it on hand handyour handA3 handAsk
A3 Ask your doctor lor if t he endorse enaore Aysra AysraCherry Aye AyeCherry Ayer3Cheny
Cherry Pectoral for the IhecouBlu coughs and and colds of ofchddrtn cfchilJren ofchildren
children Do CI c helaYI lie says JCAyerCo JCAyerCoLowell Lowell C yer MAil Co
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C North Bench Bungalows BungalowsSubstantial falows falowsSubstantial
Substantial and attractive are the new modern bunga bungalows bungalows bungalows ¬
lows we offer for sale on Tenth avenue They were built builtfor builtfor builtfor
for homes and have every modern convenience conveniencelarge large ve verandas verandas yerandas ¬
randas screened back porches cement steps cement cel cellars cellars eellars ¬
lars gas electric lights furnace if you desire desireeach each so in individual individual individual ¬
dividual in design that you cannot fail to be suited suitedThese suitedPrice suitedPrice
Price 3000 and Up UpThese
These bungalows are sold at a reasonable figure figurevery figureveryNow very veryNow
Now is 1S the time to buy for when the Ninth avenue car line lineis
is completed prices will advance adva ce 25 per cent Sold by us usor usor usor
or by any firstclass KeaMDstate Real Estate Dealer De ler in the city cityfor cityforcash for forcash
cash or on o onour > our ur monthly monthlypaymellt payment plan planSalt plant planSalt
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32 Up Main St Phones 142 142E
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I INCORPORATIONS I Ii IThe I IThe II IIThe i
The Utah Motor Car company filed ar articles artleles artides ¬
tides of incorporation with the county countyclerk count countclerk
clerk YEsterday placing the capital stock stockat stockat sto stoat
at 1000 In shares of 10 fully paid up
Officers are D C Jackllng with 48 48shares 48shares 48shares
shares president pr sldent Charles W Whitley Whitleywith Whitleywith Whitleywith
with IS shares vice president Joseph W WBidwell WBidwell WBidwell
Bidwell 2 shares director John JohnHayes 3T
Hayes 1 share secretary and treasurer treasurerar treasu treasurerWayne r rnl
ar < Wayne P Jo Joy > y 1 shine director directorIf dlMctorit directorr
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If Palpitation PalpitationStuffy PalpitationStuffy > it iOn iOnStu
Stuffy Stu fy Breathing Breathingor
or other signs show showIts
Its risky to keep on onwith onwith onwith
with coffee coffeePOSTUM coffeePOSTUM coffeePOSTUM
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10 days makes things thingscleal thingsclealTheres clear clearTheres
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Miss Helen Hartley HartleyIs
Is registering violin pupils at 28 D St StDo StDo StDo
Do you kodak We finish and also alsoeell 3SIIeU aisfell
fell the supplies Salt Lake Photo PhotoSupply PhatSupply PlioteSupply
Supply Co 142 Main street
COMPOUND COMPOUNDSYRUP OMPOUNOI OMPOUNOISYRUP
SYRUP SYRUPHYPOPHOSPHITES SYRUPIIYPOPHOSPHITES
HYPOPHOSPHITES HYPOPHOSPHITESIs
Is an excellent preparation preparationfor
for the thetreatinent treatment of f ner nervous nervous nervous ¬
vous and general debility debilitynervous debilitynervons debilitynervous
nervous dyspepsia sleep sleeplessness sleeplessness sleeplossness ¬
lessness lack of energy energyetc
etc
100 a Bottle BottleThe BottleDispensary
The Pure Drug DrugDispensary DrugDispensary
Dispensary DispensaryThe
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MADE IT A LIFE STUDY STUDYDR
DR J S LEONHABDT FOUND THE THECAUSE THECAUSE TEECAUSE
CAUSE AND CURE OF PILES PILESDr
Dr J S Leonhardt the celebrated celebratedspecialist celebratedspeciaUst celebratedspecialist
specialist of Lincoln Neb proved aft after after after ¬
er years of study that the cause of ofpiles ofpll ofpiles
piles pll s is internal internalbad bad circulation Then Thenhe Thenhe Thenhe
he perfected HemRoid an Internal Internalremedy Internalremedy internalremedy
remedy and In 1000 different cases casesft casesftcured It Itcured ftcured
cured 98 per cent By Dr Leonhardts Leonhardtsorder Leonhardtsorder Leonhardtsorder
order HemRoid is sold under an Iron Ironclad Ironclad ironclad ¬
clad guarantee If it falls the money moneyis
is paid back
1 at F C Schramms SO South Main Mainst rnlnst
st Salt Lake City or mailed by b Dr DrLeonhardt DrLeonhardt DrLeonhardt
Leonhardt Co Station B Buffalo N NY NY Ny
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and enjoy good goodhealth goodheajaU
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OYSTERS OYSTERSFullltIruuftSolld
Fall FullltIruuftSolld Measure Solid Meats MeatsAlways MeataAlwnya MeatsAlways
Always in new cans Canfrom from theshell theshell the theshell
shell to your table Booths Guaran Guaranteed Guaranteed Guaranteed ¬
teed Oysters carry the tempting temptingaroma temptingaroma temptingaroma
aroma of the sea the flavor of ofnewlycaught o onewlycaught ofnewlycaught
newlycaught the purity of deep deepwaters deepwnters deepwaters
waters They are a delicate treat treatfor treattor treatfor
for lovers of good things to eat eatAt eatA eatAt
At A all firstclass dealers or orDOTH orBOOTH orBOOTH
BOOTH BOOTHFISHERIES BOOTHFISHERIES DOTHFISHERIES
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The Sample Cloak and andSuit andSuit andSuit
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The Clothier ClothierHAS OlothierHAS ClothierHAS
HAS MOVED MOVEDDirectly
Directly Dlre tlT across the street from fromold tIe tIeold t1z t1zalit
old stand
FIRST DOSE E EN ENDS US INDIGESTION INDIGESTIONHEARTBURN INDIOESTIONHEARTBURN
HEARTBURN OR GAS ON STOMACH
A Little Diapepsin Makes Your YourOutoforder YourOutoforder YourOutoforder
Outoforder Stomach Feel FeelFine FeelFine FeelFine
Fine in Five Minutes MinutesThe
The question as to how long you are aregoing aregoing aregoing
going to continue a sufferer from Indi Indigestion Indigestion mdigestion ¬
gestion Dyspepsia or outoforder stom stomach stomach atomach ¬
ach Is merely a matter of how soon you youbegin youbegin youbegin
begin taking some Diapepsin DiapepsinIf
If your our Stomach is lacking In diges digestive digestive digestive ¬
tive power why not help the stomach stomachto
to do Its work not with drastic drugs drugsbut drugsbut drugsbut
but a reenforcement of digestive digestiveagents digestiveagents digestiveagents
agents such as are naturally at work workin
in the stomach stomachPeople stomachPeople stomachPeople
People with weak Stomachs should shouldtake shouldtake shouldtake
take a little Diapepsin occasionally and andthere andthere andthere
there will be no more Indigestion no
r feeling like a lump of lead In the stem stomach rlomneh stemnob ¬
ach no heartburn Sour risings Gas on onStomach onStomach onStomach
Stomach or Belching of undigested food foodHeadaches toodHeadaches foodHeadaches
Headaches Dizziness or Sick Stomach Stomachand Stomachand
and besides what you ou eat will not fer ferment ferment icrment ¬
ment and poison your breath with nau nauseous nauseous nauseous ¬
seous odors All these symptoms result resultIng resultIng resultIng
Ing from a sour outoforder stomach stomachand stomachand
and dyspepsia are generally relieved flva flvaminutes ftVGminutes fivaminutes
minutes after taking a little Diapepsin DiapepsinGo
Go to your druggist and get a 50cent 50centcase 50centcase 50centcase
case of Papes Diapepsin now and you youwill youwill youwill <
will always go to the table with a hearty heartyappetite heartyappetite heartyappetite
appetite and what you eat will taste tastagood tastegood tastegood
good because your stomach and Intes Intestines intestines Intestines ¬
tines will be clean and fresh and you youwill youwin youwill
will know there are not going to be any anymore anymore anymore
more bad nights and miserable days daysyou ti tcyO r ryou
you yO They freshen you and make yea yeafeel yo J Jfeel ifeet
feel Hk like life is worth living
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< provided the choicest of ofFall J > 4t 4tFall
Fall Furnishings for men menS f fof
S of good taste Little is iswanting is i iwanting
< wanting in m style or va variety Vai
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rival rival15c 15c 15cNeckwear t tNeckwear
Neckwear 25c to 150 150Shirts 150Shirts
Shirts 1 to 350 350It 1 1We
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FUSION PLANS HAVE HAVEFALLEN HAVEFALLEN HAVEFALLEN
FALLEN THROUGH THROUGHContinued THROUGHContinued THROUGHContinued
Continued from Page 1 1every 1every 1every
every way On the day before the CIt Cltisens CItlaeml Citiens
isens committee was to have named the thecandidate thelIdldate thecandidate
candidate however how Ver the Democrats D sent sentword sentword sentword
word to the Citizens that unless the Cit Citizens CItIens Cliiens ¬
Iens named William R Wallace to head headthe headthe headthe
the tickets the Democrats would not b ba ba ba
a party to the plans for fusion fusionJThe fusionThe fusionThe
< The Citizens committee then wrote th thRepublican thRepublican tbRepublican
Republican committee saying that WilHam Wil William 11 11lIam ¬
liam R Wallace was their choice to head headthe headthe headthe
the ticket and in this same letter the theCitizens theCItizens theCitizens
Citizens committee admitted that the thtagreement thagreement theagreement
agreement had been changed This change changeplaced changeplaced changeplaced
placed the whole proposition in an en entirely entirely Ontirely ¬
tirely different light In effect the action actionof
of the Citizens committee in accepting acceptingand
and acting upon the ultimatum of the theDemocrats theDemocrats theDemocrats
Democrats did away awa entirely with th tbprevious thprevious thprevious
previous understanding that William R RWallace RVaUace HWallace
Wallace and James D Murdoch should shouldbe
be withdrawn and It virtually and actual actually actually ¬
ly allowed the Democrats to name the theHead theh thehead
Head h ad of the ticket instead of the Citizens CitizensIf
If the Citizens had according to the thtunderstanding theunderstanding theunderstanding
understanding of the three thr committees committeesnominated committeesnominated committeesnominated
nominated a man other than Wallace or orMurdoch orMurdoch orMurdoch
Murdoch the Republicans could have haveunited haveunltMl haveunttd
united Under the circumstances it was wasimpossible wnsimpossible wasimpossible
impossible
The Wisest Move MoveThe MoveThe MoveThe
The consensus of opinion seems to be bethat bethat bethat
that the plan for running a straight Ito jlepublican Itopublican aepublican
publican ticket as compared with a fu fusion fusion CUsion ¬
sion ticket Is after all the wisest move movesaid movesaid movesaid
said Mr Loofbourow The fact that the theRepublicans theRepublicans theRepublicans
Republicans elected every man on the theticket theUcket theticket
ticket at the last election ele tlon Indicates the thestrength thestrength thestrength
strength of the purty and we believe that thatin
in presenting an undivided Republican Republicanfront
front at the coming election we will have havesolved have80Ived havesolved
solved the problem of the sure method methodof
of beating the American party and put putting putting putting ¬
ting 8 check to the corruption and mis mismanagement mlsmanagement mismanagement ¬
management of the city affairs which has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been a distinct feature of every depart department department department ¬
ment in the administration of city af afDy affairs atfaire
fairs fairsBY BY the election of a straight Repub Republican Republican Republican ¬
lican ticket in the city of Salt Lake the thepublic thepublic thepublic
public will ill have a set of men who may maybe maybe maybe
be depended upon to give a business ad administration administration administration ¬
ministration In every eve department These Thesemen Thesemen Thesemen
men are well known and widely respected respectedmen
men who have demonstrated their quali qualities qualities quailties ¬
ties In private life and are fully qualified qualifiedto
to administer the affairs of the city in a amanner amanner amanner
manner which will justify their election electionIn
In addition to their qualifications the themen themen themen
men on the Republican ticket will be re responsible responsible responsible ¬
sponsible to the citizens of Salt Lake for fortheir fortheir fortheir
their conduct in office and there will be bethe bethe bethe
the additional safeguard to the public publicinterest publicInterest publicinterest
interest in that in addition to their re responsibility responsibility responsibility ¬
sponsibility to the people they the will be held heldaccountable lwldaccountable heldaccountable
accountable to the Republican organiza organization organization ¬
tion tI < ln for the proper performance o or their theirduties theirduties theirduties
duties
MEET TO FILL VACANCY VACANCYDistrict
District Chairmen of First Precinct PrecinctWill PrecinctWill PrecinctWill
Will Convene Tonight TonightA
A L Hamlin chairman ot the First Firstprecinct Firstpreolnct Firstprecinct
precinct has called a meeting of the dis district district district ¬
trict chairmen of 0 the precinct for tonight tonightat tonihtat
at 739 7 to t fill the theYacl1llc vacancy caused by > ie ieresignation leresignation ieresignation
resignation of John JohnD D Murdoch for the thelong thelong thelong
long term as councilman While fusion fusionTV fusionwas fusionwas
TV was as being discussed by the Republicans RepublicansCitizens RepublicanscttlZCtul RepublicansCitizens
Citizens and Democrats Mr Ir Murdoch Murdochagreed Murdochagreed Iurdochagre
agreed agre < d to withdraw from the head of the theRepublican theR theRpublhcan
Republican R ticket t ket if the Citizens were al allowed allowed atlowed ¬
lowed to pick the mayoralty candidate candidateFor candld te teFor
For this reason reaS < ln he had not resigned as ascandidate ascandidate ascandidate
candidate for the long term for council councilman ¬
man from fro the First precinct His resig resignation resignation resignation ¬
nation was handed to A L I Hamlin pre precinct preclnct procinet ¬
cinct chairman last night and the call callfor callfor callfor
for the meeting was issued Immediately
COUNCilMAN FOR FORflflHPRECINCI FORFIFTHPRECINCT
flflHPRECINCIJohnM flflHPRECINCI
JohnM John IVI Knight Is Selected to toFill toFill toFill
Fill the Vacancy in inTicket inTicket inTicket
Ticket TicketDistrict TicketDistrict TicketDistrict
District chairmen of the Fifth precinct precinctat
at a meeting held at Republican head headquarters heallquarters headquarters ¬
quarters last night nominated John M MKnight MKnight MKnight
Knight as councilman for the th long l iig term termto terinto
to fill the vacancy caused by the resigna resignation reslgnatlon resignation ¬
tion of Rev Elmer I L Goshen Mr Knight Knighthas
has ben b an active Republican worker In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the Fifth precinct for years and is rec recognized recognized recognized ¬
ognized as an energetic and successful successfulbusiness successfulhuslness successfulbusiness
business man and one of the strongest strongestmen
men who could have been named namedWith namedVith namedWith
With Martin E Mulvey for his oppon opponent opp opponent n nent ¬
ent the campaign wjll be between b tween the thechampion thechampion thechampion
champion of the saloon element of Salt SaltLake S SaltLake lt ltLake
Lake who openly advocates the open o en town townIdea townIdea towhidea
Idea including public gambling and a areputable areputable areputable
reputable and prominent business man manwho manwho manwho
who has promised to give the same care careful careful careful ¬
ful consideration to the work In the coun council councll councli ¬
cil that he has given to his p private rivate busi business business budness ¬
ness nessMr Mr Knight is assured of the support of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the business men of the Fifth precinct precinctregardless precinctregardless precinctregardless
regardless of party affiliations afflUationsand and those thosewho thosewho thosewho
who were n r prominent in the Citizens party partymovement partymovement partymovement
movement will give him their undivided undividedsupport undividedsupport undividedsupport
support at the polls pollsThe pollsThe pollsThe
The distrit chairmen of the Fourth Fourthprecinct Fourthprecinct Fourthprecinct
precinct also held hf > ld an enthusiastic meet meeting meetiug meeting ¬
ing at the city headquarters rooms last lastnight lastnight lastnight
night and discussed various names as assuccessors assuccessors S Ssuccessors
successors to that of the Rev Dr F B BShort BShort BShort
Short for councilman It was decided LO LOpostpone o opostpone 0postpone
postpone action until 3 oclock this after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon and a committee was appointed to torepresent torepresent torepresent
represent the Republican organization in inthe inthe inthe
the Fourth ward to confer with the Dem Democratic Democratic Democratic ¬
ocratic committee regarding a plan for foruniting foruOlting foruniting
uniting on a ticket This committee con consists consists consists ¬
sists of John James chairman and S W
Anderson and H P Alyton The confer conference cantercnce conference ¬
ence will wi be held early tomorrow after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon and final action will be taken Imme Immediately Immediately Immodiately ¬
diately afterwards L E Hall the pres present present present ¬
ent long term councilman from the Fourth Fourthprecinct Fourthprecinct Fourthprecinct
precinct was elected on a fusion ticket tickettwo tickettwo tickettwo
two years ears ago as a Democrat
BEIECTIfES TO INSTIGATE INSTIGATEDetectives
Detectives In the employ of the Re Republican Republican Republican ¬
publican city committee are busy Inves Investigating Investigating investigating ¬
tigating the scores of illegal registra registrations registrations registrations ¬
tions In the business district Tuesday Tuesdayand
and they have already procured evi evidence evidence cvidence ¬
dence that will lead to the prosecution prosecutionof
of many who were corraled In the Com Commercial Commercial Cornmercial ¬
mercial street sreet dives by patrolmen and andled r mthdled ld ldled
led to the registry agent for the Fifty Fiftyfourth Fiftyfourth Fiftyfourth
fourth district districtFrom districtFrom districtFrom
From the American House alone the thepolicemen thepolicemen thepolicemen
policemen dragged thirtyfour specl speclments spec specmeats l lm
meats m nts of humanity some of whom had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been living In the notorious Commer Commercial ¬
cial street dive for only a few days daysMessenger daysMessenger daysMessenger
Messenger boys who were w < re under age agewere agewere agewere
were dragged to the place of registra registration ¬
tion by the American party policemen policemenand
and ordered to register In some in instances Instances Instances ¬
stances the boys went willingly enough enoughand enoughand enoughand
and everything was all right until they theycame theycame theycame
came to swearing to their age ageDo ageDo ageDo
Do I have to swear I am over 21 21asked 21asked 21asked
asked one messenger nfessengerThe
The oath of registration was ex explained explained explainod ¬
plained to the boy boyWhat boyVhat boyWhat
What will happen if Im not that thatold thatold thatold
old 7 was his next question He was wastold wastold wastold
told that perjury might mean arrest arrestand arrestand arrestand
and imprisonment imprisonmentNix
Nix for me then said the messen messenger messenger messenger ¬
ger boy
f I POLITICAL POINTERS POINTERSWith
With their usual optimism J E Darmer Darmerand Darmerand Darmerand
and his assistants in directing the cam campaign campaign campaign ¬
paign of the American party are claiming claiminganjravsre claiminganyw claiminganyuJlr
anjravsre anyw from 70 to SO O per cent of the theentire theentire theentire
entire I Ivo vote fo for the American ticket t1ck t awl anltheir nn1their awltheir
their claims ar UN bolstered by methods methodsused IIcthodsused nthodsused
used in making the canvas In most In Instances InstanCes instances ¬
stances the only ni questions 1U3stl lS asked by the thecanvasser th thcanvasser thecanvasser
canvasser have been as to whether the thevoters thevoters thevoters
voters were Mormon or nonMormon and andin andIn andin
in every Instance where the voters were wereclassed wereclassed wereclassed
classed as nonMormon they were claimed claimedby
by the American Am rican party partyW
W H Folland secretary of the Repub Republican Republican Repubiiean ¬
lican committee for the Fifth precinct precinctpredicts precinctpredlctll precinctpredicts
predicts the easy election of the Repub Republican Republican flepublican ¬
lican councllmanic ticket for that pre precinct precinct product ¬
cinct Voters of the Fifth have a repu reputation reputation reputation ¬
tation for being willing to try anything anythingonce any thin thini
i once and the Fifth has already tried M ME ME 1 1i
i E Mulvey In the city council Of course coursene
ne did not fill out his term and there therewas therewas therewas
was no griaf grl f when he resigned This year yearhe yeache eat eathe
he will not have an opportunity to serve serveuntil serveuntil serveuntil
until dropped out by his party partyWhile partyWhile partyWhile
While the members of the American Americanparty AmerIcanparty Americanparty
party organization are openly boasting boastingthat
that they have tied up every available availablecarriage availablecarriage availablecarriage
carriage and automobile for the final finalregistration finalrEglstration finalregistration
registration day and for election day the thej theRepublican theRepublican
j Republican city committee is receiving recelvlndally
dally applications appll atlons from hackmen anu anuowners anuowners anuOwners
owners of carriages who want engage engagenents engagements engagenents
nents to carry Republican voters to the ther therglstry thergistry
r gistry agents and the polls pollsThe pollsThe pollsThe
The illegal registration tactics on n the thepart thepart thepart
part of the American party workers workersmany workersmany workersmany
many of whom were members of the city citypolice citypOlice citypolice
police force has confirmed the reports of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the canvas for removals in the business businessdistrict businessdistrict businessdistrict
district Investigation yesterday showed showedthat showedthat showedthat
that several voters who have moved movedwithin movedwithin movedwithin
within the last year are represented on onthe onthe onthe
the registration books by proxies which whichwere whichwere whichwere
were corraled by the police Tuesday and andforced andforced andforced
forced to register registerInterest registerInterest registerInterest
Interest In the nominations for council councilin
in the Fourth Fifth and First wards was wasindicated wasindicated wasIndicated
indicated by the number of telephone telephonecalls
calls to the city committee rooms and to toThe tohe toThe
The he HeraldRepublican last night The TheRepublicans TheRepublicans TheRepublicans
Republicans have every ee reason to believe believethat believeth11 believethat
that John M Knight will be the next nextcouncilman noxtcouncilman nextcouncilman
councilman from the Fifth precinct for forthe torthe forthe
the long term termCharles termCharles termCharles
Charles McFadden was appointed Ilppolntedsecond Ilppolntedsecondassistant second secondassistant secondassistant
assistant sergeant at arms at Republican Republicanheadquarters Republicanheadquarters
headquarters 1 > yesterday Dan Loftis is ischief IsI ischief
chief sergeant holding the position which whichhas whichhas whichlias
I has been his for many previous campaigns campaignsi
i I and reducing friction to a minimum In InI inone
I i one of the busiest offices in Salt Lake LakeHugo LakeI LakeHugo
I Hugo Norrell Is his first assistant assistantSergeant assistantSergeant
I Sergeant A C Spears has hasbeen been done an anInjustice aninjustice
Injustice by being reported as one of the themembers themembers themembers
members of the police force who were wereused wereused wereused
used by the American party to drag out outthe outthe outthe
the scum of Commercial street on the last lastregistration lnstregistration lastregistration
registration day when a hundred or more moredenizens moredenIzens moredenizens
denizens of the underworld were brought broughtto
to the registry agent His character rls la so sowell sovell o owell
well known that the party managers did didnot didnot didnot
not dare to ask him to do work of the theclass theclass theclass
class in which the patrolmen were en engaged ensaged engaged ¬
gaged He was working for the American Americanparty Americanparty Americanparty
party however
PEARl SAYS HE HEHAS HEHAS
HAS MORE PROOf PROOfCook
Cook Proposes to Bring His HisWitnesses HisWitnesses HisWitnesses
Witnesses and Let Public PublicDecide PublicDecide PublicDecide
Decide DecidePortland DecidePortland
Portland Me Oct 13 Commander l3CommanderPeary 13CommanderPeary CommanderPeary
Peary paid today todayIf
If the statement givenoutby given out by the thePeary thePeary thePeary
Peary Arctic club Is not sufficient to toprove toproe toprove
prove that Dr Cook did not reach the thepole thepole thepole
pole more evidence will be forthcom forthcoming ¬
ing When and In what manner this thisadditional thsadditional thIsadditional
additional proof will be given to the thepublic thepUblic thepublic
public rests entirely with General GeneralThomas GeneralThomas GeneralThomas
Thomas Hubbard president of the thePeary thePeary thePcary
Peary Arctic Ar tlc club clubAll ClubAll clubAll
All my evidence In the case has hasbeen haSbeen hasbeen
been turned over to him and an will be bemade bemade bcmade
made public by him as he deems wise wiseand wisand wiseand >
and necessary to prove my claim I Ihave Ihave Ihave
have all confidence In his Judgment Judgmentand
and have left It entirely with him himBuffalo himBuffalo himBuffalo
Buffalo N Y Oct 13 131 I can only onlysay onlysay onlysay
say that the actual living human wit witnesses witnesses witilesses ¬
nesses of my journey to the pole will willthemselves willth willthemselves
themselves th mselves be able to disprove the dis distorted dIstorted distorted ¬
torted declarations put Into their theirmouths theirmouths theirmouths
mouths in the statement Issued by byommander
Commander Peary said Dr Frederick FrederickA
A Cook who arrived here today to tothe tothe tothe
the Associated Press PressThere PressThere PressThere
There could be no better testimony testimonythan
than that given by the men themselves themselvesbefore themselvesbefore themselvesbefore
before an unbiased body of inquirers lnqulrenCommander InqulrenCommander inquirersCommander >
Commander Peary evidently regards regardstheir resardstheir regardstheir
their evidence as of the most profound profoundimportance profoundImportance profoundimportance
importance and so do I It seems to tome tome tome
me that he might have brought them themalong themalong themalong
along with him If he was so confident confidentthat confidentthat
that they would corroborate his story
He however chose not to do so I Iwill IwIU Iwill
will therefore send fpr them as soon soonas soonns soonas
as possible and place them at the dis disposal disposal disposal ¬
posal of any scientific or other body
that may desire to examine them with withthe withthe withthe
the aid of any competent Interpreters Interpreterswhom Interpreterswhom Interpreterswhom
whom the examining body may ap appoint appoint tippoint ¬
point pointAsked pointAsked pointAsked
Asked whether he would make a di direct direct dlreet ¬
rect reply to Pearys statement as had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been Intimated In an Interview at atCleveland atClevelatd atCleveland
Cleveland last night Dr Cook said saidThere saidThere saidThere
There Is nothing to add to what has hasbeen hasb
been b en n said I dont Intend to enter a anewspaper anewspaper anewspaper
newspaper controversy with any one oneDr onepro oneDr
Dr pro Cook was given a public recep ¬
tion on the change floor of the cham chamber chamber chamber ¬
ber of commerce at noon
PIRATES WIN THREE OUT OUTOF OUTOF OUTOF
OF FIVE FROM DETROIT DETROITContinued DETROITContinued
Continued from Page 1 1Pittsburg 1Plttsburg 1Plttsburg
Plttsburg tied the score In their half of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the first Byrne hit by Bush and Leach
laid a safe bunt along the first base foul foulline foulline foulline
line Clarke sacrificed Wagner drew a apass apass apass
pass and the bases were filled Miller Millerstruck Millerstruck Millerstruck
struck out but Absteln worked Summers Summersfor
for a pass and Byrne was forced across acrossthe acrossthe acrossthe
the plate late Wilson ended the inning by bystriking bystriking bystriking
striking out outDelehantys outDelehantys outDetehantys
Delehantys Brilliant Scoop ScoopThe
The winners added another to their to total total totel ¬
tal in the second Gibson beat out a hit hitto hitto hitto
to Bush and Adams sacrificed Summers Summersto
to Delehanty Delehanty made a won wonderful wonderful wonderful ¬
derful onehanded scoop s oop of Byrnes fast fastbounder fastbounder fastbounder
bounder and threw him out to T Jones JonesGibson JonesGibson JonesGibson
Gibson going to third A wild pitch al allowed allowed allowed ¬
lowed Gibson to score scoreDetroit scoreDetroit scoreDetroit
Detroit tied the score by getting tWit twtruns tWitruns twruns
runs in the sixth inning After Bush Bushstruck Bushstruck Bushstruck
struck out Cobb singled to loft and andscored andscored andscored
scored on Crawfords double to center centerDelehanty centerDelehanty centerDelehanty
Delehanty grounded to Wagner who whothrew whothrew whothrew
threw poorly to Absteln and Crawford Crawfordscored Crawfordscored Crawfordscored
scored while Delehanty continued to sec second second eecond ¬
ond MorIarity filed to Clarke and Tom TomJones TomJones TomJonas
Jones popped pop d an easy foul to Absteln AbstelnPittsburg AbstelnPittsburg AbsteinPlttsburg
Pittsburg broke the tie In the seventh seventhAfter seventhAfter seventhAfter
After Adams struck out Byrne singled singledto
to left and went to third on Leachs hit hitto hitto hitto
to the same place Clarkes home run runaccounted runaccounted runaccounted
accounted for three scores Wagner was washit washit washit
hit in the back but as soon as he reached reachedfirst reachedflr reachedfirst
first flr t base forgot all about his pain and andstole andstole andstole
stole second and then third scoring on onSchmidts onSchmldts onSchmidts
Schmidts high throw That gave PlUs Pittsburg Plttsburg PlUsburg ¬
burg four runs and enough to make vic victory vlctor vietory ¬
tory tor certain certainDetroit certainDetroit certainDetroit
Detroit scored In the eighth on Craw Crawfords Crawfords Crawfords ¬
fords home run runWilson runVllson runWilson
Wilson opened Pittsburgs eighth with witha
a double between Jones and Crawford Crawfordwhich Crawfordwhich Crawfordwhich
which the former lost In the sun Wilson Wilsonscored Wilsonscored Wllsonscored
scored on Gibsons Gibs < ms single to right Gib Gibson Glbson Gibson ¬
son stole second but was caught trying tryingto
to steal third Schmidt to Moriarity
The score
Plttsburg PlttsburgAB
AB R H PO A E EByrne EByrne EByrne
Byrne 3b 5 2 2 1 3 0 0Leach 0Leachcf
Leach Leachcf cf 4 1 2 3 0 0 0CIarke 0Clarke
Clarke If 2 2 2 2 0 0 0Vagner 0Wagner
Wagner ss 2 1 1 1 2 2 2Mlller 2Miller
Miller 2b 4 0 0 0 1 0 0Abste 0Abstocn
Abstain Abste n lb 3 0 0 11 0 0 0Wilson 0Wilson 0Wilson
Wilson rf 4 1 1 1 0 0 0Gibson 0Gibson
Gibson c 3 1 2 8 0 0 0Adams 0Adams
Adams p 3 0 0 0 1 0 0Totals 0Totals
Totals CO 0 8 10 27 7 2 2Detroit 2Detroit 2Detr
Detroit DetroitAB Detr it itAj3
AB R RH H PO A E ED ED ED
D Jones If 4 1 1 3 0 0 0Dush 0Bush
Bush ss 3 0 0 1 4 0 0Cobb 0Cobb
Cobb rf 4 1 1 0 0 0 0Crawford 0Crawford
Crawford of 4 2 < 3 1 0 0 0Delehanty 0Delelianty
Delehanty 2b 4 O 0 1 1 0 0MorIarity 0Moriarity
MorIarity 3b 4 0 0 1 3 0 0T 0T
T Jones Ib 4 0 1 11 0 0 0Stanage 0Stanag 0Stanage
Stanage c < 2 0 0 2 I 1 0 0McIntyre 0McIntyre
McIntyre 1 0 0 0 0Schmidt 0 0 0Schmidt
Schmidt c 1 0 0 3 3Summers 1 1 1Summers
Summers p 3 0 0 0 1 0 0Willets 0Willets 0Wlilets
Willets p 0 0 0 0 0 uMullin 0 0Mullin
Mullin 1 1Totals 0 0 0 0 0 0Totals
Totals 35 4 G 24 11 1 1Batted 1Batted 1Batted
Batted for forStnnnge Stannge in the seventh seventhBattedfor seventhBattedfor seventhBattcdfor
Battedfor Wlllett in the ninth ninthScore ninthScore ninthScoreby
Score Scoreby by innings inningsDetroit InningsDetroit InningsDetroit
Detroit 1 00002010 1000020104Pittsburg 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 04 04Pittsburg 4 4Pittsburg
Pittsburg 1 1 1 0 0 0 4 1 8 8Summary 8Summary 8Summary
Summary SummaryTwobase SummaryTwobae
Twobase Twobas hits hltsT T Jones Crawford WI Wl1son WIS Wison
son S < ln Home runs runsD D Jones Clarke Craw Crawford Crawtord Crawford
ford Hits HltsDU Off Summers 10 with nom nomout nomout nonout
out In eighth off Wlllett none In om omInning onInning ontinning
Inning Sacrifice hits hltsClark Clarke Adams AdamsStolen AdamsStolen AdamsStolen
Stolen bases besesCrawford Crawford Clarke Wagner
2 Gibson T Jones Left on bases basesPtttsburg bafesPlttsburg basesPittsburg
Ptttsburg 5 Detroit 5 Bases on balls ballsOff ballsOff ballsOff
Off Adams 1 off Summers 3 Hit b boitcherAVagner by bypltcher1Vagner byoiteberlVagner
oitcherAVagner Struck out outBy By Adams AdamsS
8 Summers 4 Wlllett 1 Wild pitch pitchSummers pltchSummers pitchSummers
Summers Time Tlmel55 155 Umpires UmplresJohn UmplresJohnstone John Johnstone
stone OLoughlin Idem and Evans
MAKE UNDERWORLD E REGISTER REGISTERPolice R RPolice
Police Scour Slums Compelling Much MuchIllegal MuchIllegal MuchIllega1egistration
Illegal Illega1egistration Registration by the theIneligibles theIneligibles theIneilgibles
Ineligibles IneligiblesInvestigation IneligiblesImestlgatlon IneilgiblesInvestigation
Investigation of the Illegal registrations registrationsbrought registrationsbrought registrationsbrought
brought about through the use of the city cltjpolice clt3opolice citypolice
police force in rounding up the scum of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the city threw the American city com committee commlttee cornmittec ¬
mittee into a panic yesterday afternoon afternoonand
and a hurried call for a meeting was sent sentout scntout sentout
out to all of the party workers workersNecessity workersNecessity workersNecesity
Necessity for absolute secrecy was Im Impressed 1mpressed unpressed ¬
pressed on the members and Instead of ofholding ofholding ofholding
holding the meeting at the American Americanheadquarters Americanheadquart Americanhoaduarters
headquarters rs it was held at a downtown downtownoffice downtownoffiCe downtownoffice
office and all inquirers for the city chair chairman chairman chairman ¬
man or members of the committee wero weroInformed weroInformed wereinformed
Informed that there was nothing doing doingand doingand doingand
and that they had gone home homeThe homeThe homeThe
The committee voted last night to pro provide provide provido ¬
vide ways and means for getting some someot someof Somoof
of the individuals who registered illegal illegally ¬
ly out of the way before thq thqlnvestiga thqlnvestigatlon Investiga Investigation ¬
tion could be completed and arrests made madeThe madeThe madeThe
The heavy expenses of the campaign were werealso w werealso re realso
also a subject for excited consideration considerationand
and Another assessment on the open opengambling op opengambling < > n ngambling
gambling games and the saloon men m n was wasdecided WtlSdecided wasdecided
decided on
HOW HO AMERICANS AMfRICANSEXACT AMERICANSEXACTTRIBUTE
EXACT EXACTTRIBUTE EXACTTRIBUTEWilliam TRIBUn TRIBUnWilliam
William J Lloyd a member of the theSalt theSalt theSalt
Salt Lake fire department demurred demurredseriously demnrredseriously demarredseriously
seriously when his 15 per cent contribu contribution contribution contribution ¬
tion to the American campaign fund fundwas fundwas fundwas
was demanded by the city chairman chairmanand
and the time limit of Oct 4 passed be before betore betore ¬
tore he came through with 1275 His Hisname Hisname Hisname
name had been put on the delinquent delinquentlist
list by the American campaign com committee committee cornrnittee ¬
mittee and before the correction had hadbeon hadtm hadbcen
beon tm made Lloyd was attacked hy a avicious avicious avicious
vicious horse at fire headquarters headquartersWhen
When thehorse the horse crowded him against againstthe
the side of the barn he heklcked kicked the frac fractious fractIous fractious ¬
tious steed and for that he was dis discharged discharged diecharged ¬
charged on the spot spotIn spotIn spotIn
In the meantime the campaign as assessment asse asseesment ¬
sessment se sment book had been checked up upand upand upand
and Lloyd was taken from the delin delinquent dellnquent delinquent ¬
quent list listWhen listVhen listWhen
When W H Glore chief of the fire firedepartment firedepartment firedepartment
department discovered his mistake In Indischarging Indischarging Indischarging
discharging Lloyd Llo d there was an at attempt attempt attempt ¬
tempt to treat the affair as a Joke and andreinstated andreinstated andreinstated
reinstated him but the fireman decid decided ¬
ed that he did not care to hold a job jobat jobat jobat
at 85 a month less 15 per cent for forcampaign forcampaign forcampaign
campaign purposes where he was lia liable 1Iable hable ¬
ble to summary sumrnar1 discharge if he pro protected protected protected ¬
tected himself against an attack by a avioious avIaious avicious
vicious animal animalThere animalThere animalThere
There are other members of the fire firerSfpartment firerkl1rtment firedciartment
rSfpartment slatel for summnry summ > ry dis dismissal dismissal diemissal ¬
missal from the force because thy thoyhave thyhave theyhave
have refused to put up the 15 per cent centassessment centassessment centassessment
assessment demanded by the American Americanparty Americanparty Americanparty
party managers In these cases how however however however ¬
ever it is doubtful if action will be betaken betaIcen betaken
taken until after election on account of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the storm raised by the dismissal of ofLlpyd ofLlpyd ofLlpyd
Llpyd
RAN INTO BURNING BRIDGE BRmGMcNeil BRIDGEMcNeil
McNeil Tex Oct 13 l3Flreman Fireman O J JButton JSutton JSutton
Sutton was killed and eight persons personswere personswere personswere
were Injured today when an engine engineand engineand engineand
and two cars of the Austin North Northwestern Northwestern Northwestern ¬
western railway plunged Into a burning burningbridge burningbridge burningbridge
bridge over Waters creek near here hereThe hereThe hereThe
The Injured InjuredBenjamin InjuredBenjamin injuredBenjamin
Benjamin Coyne mail clerk Austin AustinTex AustinTex AustinTex
Tex TexB
B Withers brakeman Austin AustinPhillip AusUnPhUJlp AustinPhillip
Phillip Clark conductor Austin AustinR
R J Harts engineer engineerRev
Rev Dr Lea Llano Tex TexMrs TexMrs ToxMrs
Mrs Roberts Llano Tex TexO
O J Clopton Liberty Hill Tex TexR TaxR TexH
R W Hawkins Chillicothe Mo MoA MoA MoA
A heavy mist obscured the bridge and andthe andthe andthe
the engineer could not stop his train In Intime intime intime
time to avert the accident
FOREST DALE TOWN TOWNBOARD TOWNBOARD TOWNBOARDNOMINATED
BOARD BOARDNOMINATED BOARDNOMINATEDRepublicans NOMINATED NOMINATEDRepublicans NOMINATEDRepublicans
Republicans of Forest Dale nominat nominated t teel ¬
ed four members of the town board boardlast boartJlast boardlast
last night making up a citizens ticket ticketIn
In which national political leanings leaningswere leanlnswere
were not considered Joseph F Merrill Merrilland Merrilland Merrilland
and Archibald Freebalrn were nomi nominated nominated nominated ¬
nated for the fouryear term and andFrancis andFrancis andFrancis
Francis W V Cope and George J Silver Silverwere Silverwere Silverwere
were named for the short term the thelast thelast thelast
last two being the present members membersCharles membersCharles membersCharles
Charles S Brown was elected chair chairman chairman chairman ¬
man of the convention last night and andWalter andValter andWalter
Walter S IT Ure re was plectod p RECrtary ° crr > tary
TUGS WENT DOWN AND ANDELEVEN ANDELEVEN ANDELEVEN
ELEVEN MEN DROWNED DROWNEDMiami
Miami Fla Oct 13 l3NewiJ Newd reached reachcJhere reachedhere reacheihere
here late this afternoon of the sinking sinkingof
of the tugs Sybil and Sadie at Bahia BahlaHonda BahiaHonda BahiaHonda
Honda during Mondays hurricane and andthe andtholoS9 andthe9oss
the tholoS9 Ioss of the eleven members of the thecrow thecrew thecrew
crew of the Sybil including Captain CaptainParker CaptainParker CaptainParker
Parker
DIED DIEDMGRATH DIEDZliGRATHIn
MGRATH In this city clt Oct 13 Rowland RowlandMcGrath RowlandMcGrath RowlandMcGrath
McGrath aged 3 years rears 1 month and 2 2days 2dars 2days
days son of Mr and Mrs Irs J B Mc McGrath McGrath McGrath ¬
Grath No 543 19 Islington Isllngt avenue avenueFuneral ayenueFuneral avenueFuneral
Funeral services wilMtfcJiJilL wi wifuneral rnjn the thefuneral thefuneral
funeral chapel chapelof of EWest Ebe E EWest uijh uijhWest
West Temple at 4 4Mends r
Friends Invited Int Inttery Intte mttery
tery teryCILLER te teryGILLERIn
CILLER GILLERIn In this city citytie tTCLY tTCLYtie c ctie
tie Giller a native of Indiana Indianayears Indianayears IndianaTL IndianaTLyears
years yearsNotice yearsNotice yearsNotice
Notice of funeral later Remains at atODonnells atODonnells atODonnells
ODonnells funeral parlors parlorsDARLING parlorsDARLINGIn parlorsDARLINGIn
DARLINGIn In this city Oct 13 Hugh H HDarling ILDarling HDarling
Darling aged 40 years yearsFuneral yearsFuneral yearsFuneral
Funeral services will be held In inODon inODonnell ODon ODonnell ODonnell
nell Coos funeral chapel 239 2 South SouthWest SouthWest SouthWest
West Temple this Thursday at 2 p m mInterment mInterment mInterment
Interment In City cemetery Friends in invited Invlted invited ¬
vited vitedBOURDON vltedBOURDONFuneral vitedBOUIIDONFuneral
BOURDON BOURDONFuneral Funeral services for Oneslmo OneslmoBourdon One31moBourdolt OnesimoBourdon
Bourdon who died in this city Oct 11 11will 11will 11viII
will be held in ODonnell Cos Co s funeral funeralchapel funera1chapel funeralchapel
chapel 203 South West Temple this thisThursday thisThursday thisThursday
Thursday at 10 a m Interment In InCity InCity inCity
City cemetery Friends invited invitedEHIGENO ImltedSHIGENoIn invitedSHIGENOIn
SHIGENoIn In Big Cottonwood Oct 12 F F1C FIt FK
1C Shigeno In his 26th year yearFuneral yearFuneral yearFuneral
Funeral In S D Evans mortuary mortuarychapel mortuarychapel mortuarychapel
chapel 48 South State street Friday Oct
15 at 4 p m Interment in Mt Olivet OlivetPAVICIC OllvetP OlivetPAVICICIn
PAVICIC P A YICleIn In Tooele Utah Oct 12 2 Mike MikePavicie MikePavlclc MikePavicie
Pavicie In his 25th year yearFuneral yearFuneral yearFuneral
Funeral in Catholic cathedral East EastSouth EastSouth EastSouth
South Temple today at 1 p m Interment Intermentin
in Calvary cemetery cemeteryMILLS cemeteryMILLSIn cemeteryMILLSIn
MILLS MILLSIn In this city Oct 13 1909 Miss MissBeulah MissBeulah MissBeulah
Beulah Mills in her 20th year yearNotice yearNotice yearNotice
Notice of funeral will be given later
HIRAM MAXIMS MAXIMSPOINT MAXIMSPOINTOF
POINT POINTOF NT OF VI VINew VIEW VIEWNew
New York Oct 13 l3Declaring Declaring Na Napoleons Napoleons Napoleons ¬
poleons dictum that God fights on the theside theside theside
side with the heaviest artillery entirely entirelyout
out of date H Maxim Inventor of ex explosives exploslves cxplosires ¬
plosives and engines of war predicted predictedIn
In an address tonight that God here hereafter hereafter hereafter ¬
after would fight on the side with the thestrongest thestrongest thestrongest
strongest flying machines and most of ofthem otthem ofthem
them The English had little to fear fearfrom teartrom fearfrom
from the Germans on this score he headded headded headded
added for aeroplanes with explosives explosivescould explosivescould explosivescould
could do little harm harmFlying harmFlying harmFlying
Flying machines never will be able ableto
to work wide destruction by dropping droppingexplosives droppingexplosives
explosives from the air he said Warvessels War Warvessels Warvessels I
vessels may have their superstructures
slightly damaged or their decks bent bentby bentby bentby
by explosives dropped upon them but butIn butIn butin
In order to do much damage dynamite dynamiterequires dynamiterequires dynamiterequires
requires confinement confinementThe conftn ment mentThe
The aeroplanes will be the strong strongarm
arm of the signal corps each carrying carryingtwo
two or three men They will be auxil auxiliaries auxlllarles auxillaries ¬
iaries in the next great gre t war and they theywill theywm theywill
will be widely effective In the destruc destruction destruction desuction ¬
tion of bridges magazines and store storehouses storehouses storehouses ¬
houses

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