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and Anarchists in Many Big BigCities BigCities I I9ities
Cities of Continental Europe EuropePOLICEMAN EuropePOLICEMAN i iPOLICEMAN
i4 Bombs Being BeingClona rsedat sed at Barce Barceispatches Barceloria BarceIora
lona but butsRigidly ispatches Are Arered AreRigidly Arejigidly
Rigidly CensJ CenS red redand and DetailsCanrr Details Detailsilly DetailsCannot
Cannot Canrr t Be rt F illy Obtained Obtainedat ObtainedSoLDfERS Obtained1SOLDIERS
Pans Oct 141 14 A dispatch to the theHavas theBavas
Havas agency from s correspondent correspondentat
at Barcelona states What j hat a bomb ex explosion exJlosion explosion ¬
plosion has occurred there No de details details details ¬
tails have been receirMid receir d dCerbere dCerbere
Cerbere France Oi Oibomb 0 14 14Another 14Anotherbomb Another Anotheri
bomb was found in inaf i Barcelona Barc lona this tmsalterroon thisafterioon
af terroon similar to t Iplaced Ie 5 first f rst It was wassteel wasplaced wasplaced
placed in a special specialwhere steel wagon wagonliout wagonwhere wagonwhere
where it exploded explodedham wi i liout lout doing any anyCerbere anyharm anybarn
ham hamJudging barnJudging
Judging 1 from the thebombs contents of the thedamage theombs theoinbs
bombs considerab considerabirave damage would wouldffley wouldlVe
rave ave been done donen i ffley tley had exploded explodedn
n the streets streetsThe streetsThe streetsThe
The eensj eens rship at a Barcelona has hasiled hasell haseI1
ell re Jubled iled Ths body of Ferrer Ferrerried Ferrers
s ried today it the civil come cemecontents aemery comery
ry ryParis ryPris
Paris Oct let KrTfce ieinenatratkuns in inprotest Inprrltpst hil
l protest against ite t It > xfcurton uton of ofvere o 9efrev 9efrevWere Frrirvi
Were vi r marked rnark < > d 1arousviot France tfey tfeynnd
nnd fld from reoou r > OH iMpd lr i < l tonight tonlghtth tonlghtthstill they theystill theytiU
still tiU continue The h Ittn quarter here herethtng 18 18peething Iethlng
peething thlng hut srvrnl tnies tiUl 11 + 8 during the theeventns theevenln theevening
evening a 1 strolg fo fnrp c 01 iK lolice > lice scattored scattoredthe eattoredthe eatteredthe
the maifestaiits ts Serious enoUs ditturbarieeB ditturbarieeBoccurred dIturbeneeoccurred e eoccurrfd
Ifs occurred at Lyons wftere tbowMa e t of ofworkmen
1 4 workmen Socialist ivl Anarchteuj pa paradod pItradtJd paradd
radod They Tb troK roh windows of the U re rea yea
1 a > tionarv tiona r new neWlopHlpf M9ii > rr offitea fllce and foqgbt foqgbtthe f at
1 the police pOll i Several < Iy y cxiunBlte GOun have havep havep1optll
p 3optd I < ii1t II resolutions of jirote jlfOt84t t against th thTJipmayor thE1 thni
E1 > elUnn elUnnThe
TJipmayor The ni ma iyor or of Cherbourg has returned returnedto
to the Spanish embassy the insignia of ofOrder ofHiP oftIff
HiP Order 3rd of Isabella rte Catfcolic C atboU whichpresented which Vqlchn
n lS c presented pr + tnted to Mm > y King Alfoliso Alfolisokilied AI Alflinsoc o oI
f c r1 If IfT I
T r t Jlk re record shoW gtone ne P po poJjlman p0t
Jjlman Wa t it killed too nd 84t seveitWsix nwsb per pervounde4 pe peI perI
I anI 1Iri Lvounde4 vounde4 during last f l ntbhts ntbhtslong fltkhtsthee s song
Jl L long th thee K ampeted a ted were five fiveAnaYchists fiveAnarchlsts fivenirvhts
AnaYchists AnaYchistsThe AnarchlstsThe nirvhtsr
The r press with ftt t c exception 9ptlon of the thej theaflI
J j royalist aist and clerical cIerica1ehrnnft demerit Ieme continues to toIv toIt
4 Iv It i iv 1 I to express pre8s indipiatloA over the exe exerntion exeHon exeII
II rntion C Hon of Ferrer and an to t predict that grave gravetviuta graveE
I tviuta E U L1L5 18 will follow in Spate SpahlThe SpateThe SpatIThe
The Socialists Socl < < lIsts a ate plajinlng fWcther fWctherdemonstrations lUttberdmQn8tIations IUtherdemQnstratlone
demonstrations thrgBjthe t the country countryLast COY COUfltrYLqst ntr Y YLast
Last night nl < < bt studentS in t the f Lutia Lutinqtiar Lutinqtiartr quar quarter ¬
1 ter burnd bu d lOng Alfonso m th effigy Count CountD C unt untJ
J 4 D De I e CastHlane 1tcIIan has ha h tdvlaed addMarquiseDeI addMarquiseDeIa Marquis Del DelHunt DeliLnt
Hunt a nt the t e Span sl unbaaaador to Prance toFtapce toFtapcer Prancete
te brIz4 brl r p B suit agateat te tr papers which whichKited whichhav whichhavqfailted
hav havqfailted Kited King Alfonso Alfonsoirli AlfoneoThf o oTh
Th Filrh irli Temps Tffil todto prints under underreport underres ufli1treerg
res reerg en a report from Up t eerrespondent eerrespondentbare cerrespon ent entat
at fIiO3 bare are on the th FrrfMoSpanUhfron FrrfMoSpanUhfrontwo Fr PrqSmnieh Spnnl h tron tronti frontir
ti tir l iA two Frenohinen Fr1iii were shot at attjulch atthto atthe
the M MtflltJ41eh tjulch fortrrvg < s fct i Barcelona this thisme thishlornl1
8 I Ipi
hlornl1 hlornl1tht
tht S pi me papers pa r5 corraWondent corr pon4IelIt ndtt nt at Mad iladnews Madr Madnw
r e news of tM Perrer execu execua
U a trmendii trmend impression hnpre slon tn tnthe tnthtJ Inthe
the SpantehSpapital SDunlah lab apltal b that the gov government gove govjIthindilt ¬
e ernment ment ha taken tXtrjaJd1 extraordinary a precau precaut pr precautIn u utfi1ns
t tfi1ns tIn on8 and fhre 0 re have ttMn n no iO disturb dtaturbo
o f Troops surround aurrouncJU18 the palace and andDisorders andhildlDg andI
I 1 I hildlDg hildlDgDisorders ldldingsDisorders
Disorders in J 0pme Rome RomeRom olte olteRomp
Romp Oct MlndJ MlndJajre 14 Iflil fl meetings meetingsly otings otingsae
ajre a e txinn tlr held throug througconsoouence 1 ly Iyt today day In Ins Incon inconsequence
consequence con s uence of yeste yesteBttefooa y est r s eventa at atthe atDo atDarIooa
Bttefooa Do In tris trisan r I the protest protestFerrer pOte5tamnst t ta
an a amnst n net t texecutton the execution executionbrought f Ferrer has hasa hasbroUSilf hasbouaht I
brought business almcat to 0 a standBtiUtd staQdstillWorkmm standBtiU sUndbLi1LWorkmPn I
Workmen generally nerall have havtiemployment havtiJftMdoned akvdoned td their theirRomp theiremployment theiremployment
employment No streetft strtEt ar tti It b boperated eiig eiigoperated I C CopErated
operated and cabs and rdI automobiles re remain remain ¬ I i
main at their stations stati < Iwlth Ith no one to totake totate toa
a take them out The Th 11 viole 101e normal life lifeof lifeof I
of the city is Intrr in nt < rrn Aed ed Aong the themasses themasses I Imasses
masses the feeling afnws oW more turbu turbulent turbul turbu1nt ¬
lent l nt as the peopl I Attribute tribute the execu execution execution exectition ¬
tion of the revyhmirisi re uni < to reactionlsm reactionlsmVatican reactlonlsmVatkan reactionhqnVatican
Vatican influoo inf1u and an Jesuit support supportThe supportThE
The Spanish an and < l Austrian II trlan embassies embassiesana
ana an thf > Vatican ar flonely t1oRt > I guarded by bytroops b btroOpS byboIs
troops troOpSMuro boIs boIsMro i iMore
More than tyo i p < ns s who attempted attemptedCoitynued attemptedConj4iued
Coitynued on Page 7
Two of Candidates for Mayor Mayorof
of New York on the Stump Stumpand StumpBnd Stumpand
and a Meeting Held by the theSupporters theSupporters theSupporters
Supporters of W R Hearst HearstGAYNOR HearstGAYNOR I IGAYNOR
Tammany Man Interrupted by byMilitant byj byjaV1iIitant I Ia
Militant a Suffragette4 S ffraget1e Who WhoWinted WhoW WhoWntdtb
Winted W Wntdtb nt dto to Know How Judge JudgeStood6n JudgeSto JudgeSto
Stood6n Sto d dn n the th Question QuestionBANNA4D QuestionBANNA QuestionBANNAW
S S SNew
New e1V York Yot Oct 14 HTwo Two of the ean candidates eandldates eandidates ¬
didates for mayor of Greater New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York kept up the agitation of the thecampaign theampalgn thecampaign
campaign by speeches in Manhattan Manhattanand Ianhattnnand
and Brooklyn tonight William J JGaynor JGaynor JGaynor
Gaynor the Democratic nominee made madelite madhl madehil
lite hl first appearance in Manhattan Ot Otto Otto Otto ¬
to Bannrd the Republican nominee nomineemade nomineemade nomineemade
made a series of speeches In Brooklyn BrooklynWilliam BrooklynVllIln1Jl BrooklynWilliam I
William R Hearst nominated by the theIndependents th thInd theLndpesdents
Independents Ind p ndents for mayor did not speak speakalthough spakalthough speskalthough I
although a mass meeting mee lng in his support supportwas
was hell at Cooper r Union UnionThe tnIonThegreatest CnionThereateat
The Thereateat greatest interest jnteveLwas t was centered In InJaynors InGaynors InGaynois
Jaynors appearance In the expecta expectation expectatiun expectalion ¬
lion that he would answer In detail the thecharge thtcargeIIJ thecmrge
charge made against him the rvoel rvoelserious 1IootIJerlous roetserious
serious of which is jl i the Insinuation that thailie thathe thathe
he ftfvored the U race track element atk atkatten 100atte aniaterted
atten aterted rted tM to frustrate the enf enfJ1 or merit meritf
f labials 11gls1Bton ton designed to chec bet bettiig bcttiig
tiig His Lenrere were disappointed disappointedfor dlsaponlntor < <
for or he did not reply to the charges chargasl char chargesifh 5 at atIfllftb
l Ifllftb < iilh but atclam as he had clone clonetefore donpleO doneiefore
tefore leO that his lecord must be the an ario antoWer anwer
toWer 10 his a tractors otraclersReviewed o4raet tractorsReviewed rs rsReviewed
Reviewed Gaynors Record RecordAt ecordAt
At the Hrarst ratcting William WTilllaicIvins B BIvlns
Ivlns a Republioan yet a supporter c cM et ettt eftz
M tt Hearst was one of the principal principalapdakers principalIpltRkers princIpalspks
apdakers It had been predicted that thathe thatwould thathe
he would make additional charges chargestgalnst charges1I00Inat chargcsft1nst
tgalnst ft1nst Gaynor but he confined him himrtlf himIt himHif
rtlf It to reviewing Gaynors record In Ingrteral Intneral inghneral
grteral grteralWilliam ghneralWIUian tneralmiaJn
William miaJn A DeFord candidate for forstate forstate forstate
state attorney general on the lade Independence lndeJndence ladepndence ¬
pendence league ticket In 1906 eulo eulogizid euloztd cubIztd
gizid ztd Hearst and denounced d Tamma Tammany ¬
ny n Hall He told of a conversation conversationwith
with Rudolph Block a former Hearst Hearstemploye Hearstemployc I Iemploe
employe and an adherent of Gaynor in inwhich Inhleh InWhich
which Block is quoted as saying sayingJudge sayinguJudtre sayingJudge
Judge Gaynor expects to be elected electedgovernor electedgovernor electedgDYernor
governor and then president of the theUnited theUnited theUnlte4
United States Sta os and he wants to tak taky m mIi take take1y
1y y HWrTn Trail Ii In 1nb timer t ttion To work out this tfttsv tfttsDramatic thisanlh1t1on
anlh1t1on tion v
anlh1t1onDrzthatic tionDr
Dramatic Dr matic Interruptions InterruptionsTwo
Two unusual incidents disturbed the theHearst theHearst theHearst
Hearst and the Gaynor meetings At Atthe Atthe Atthe
the former DeFord began a denuncia denunciation den ncia ncia1Ion nclation ¬
tion of State Senator Patrick H Mc McCarren 1IcCarren McCarzen
Carren who Is ill when a voice inter interrupted Interrupted Interrupted ¬
rupted dramatically with the exclama exclamatlon exclamation exclamaetbon
tlon McCarren is dead deadAn deadAn deadAn
An immediate hush fell over the as assemblage assemblage assemblage ¬
semblage and DeFord apologized with withthe withthe withthe
the explanation that he was attack attacking attacktng attackHug ¬
Hug McCarrens principles and not Mc McCarren McCarren McCarren ¬
Carren the man manIt manIt manIt
It was a militant suffragette who whodisturbed whodisturbed whodisturbed
disturbed the Gaynor gathering Gay Gaynor Gaynor Gaynor ¬
nor had barely Rot under way when n nwqman nWQmon awmun
wqman rose in the audience and called calledHaw calledHow calledHow
How about woman suffrage suffrageShe
She was Mips Maud MaJone a fa familler tamlllar famiUr
miller figure at political gatherings gatheringsThe
The question which you ask is not notpertinent notperUpent notpertipent
pertinent to this meeting said Gaynor Gaynorwith GaynorwJth Gaynorwith
with some embarrassment and 1 shall shallask shallask shallask
ask you ou In order to prevent any fur further further further ¬
ther interruption to go first and con consult consult consuit ¬
sult my wife wifeStill wifesun wifeStill
Still Miss MI Malone refused to be seat seated seated seatad ¬
ed and after aft r consulting with Hermann HermannRkkler HermannRlddtor HermannRklier
Rkkler who presided pr > sldec1 as chairman a apoliceman apollCfmlln apoliceman
policeman escorted her from the hall hallAttack hailAttack
Attack on Bingham BinghamGaynors BlnghamGayners
Gaynors speech was a plea for per personal personal persoilal ¬
sonal liberty lIbert and a liberal construe constructlwi
tlwi particularly of the Sabbath ob observance obSerPanee ¬
servance laws He attacked Former FormerPolice FonnlrPollee FormerPolice
Police Commissioner Blngham who is isnow i8now Isnow
now campaigning against Gaynor as a astrut astrut astrut
strut about a head butler from the theWhito thfoYhlto theWhito
Whito house brought here over the theheads theheads theheads
heads of 5000 better men than he who whointroduced whoIntroduced whointroduced
introduced military regulations which whichwould whichwould whichwould
would not be tolerated In Russia RussiaIn
In discussing the cleansing of the thecity th thcity thecity
city he paid a tribute to Former Pres President President Prosident ¬
ident Roosevelt and his work while whilemunicipal whilemuniCipal whilemunicipal
municipal officer n New York
1 i Booming Boo1l ng of Cannon Ringing of ofBells ofBel1 ofI
I Bells and andldagn Magnificent ficent Electrical ElectricalDisplay Electricalt
t j D Display DisplayEl splay splayEI
El Paso aso Tex Oct 14 14No No crowned head ever received a more mag magnificent magnificentVl magiiificent ¬
nificent nificentVl welcome lcome than that accorded President Diaz in the city of Chihua Chihuahua Chihuahua ChihuaIt ¬
It hua yesteHay ye teroQy and today His arrival on a special train of five coaches at
55 5 5 oclock was heralded by the blowing of every whistle and the ringing ringingof ringingofeveryb
e of every ofeveryb bell ll in the city ci and the thebooming booming of cannon He was met at the thefoot theIit theI
Iit I foot of Avenida ofAv n da Juarez by the entertainment e1lte inment committee and presented presentedwith presentedWith presentedwith
with an au Immense silver silverkey key to the city
< The rue avenue avepue epue was spanned by nine ninearches ninearches ninearches
arches erected er ted by the different indus industries indusI ¬
I tries CS of O th city Uuousih tiIiJ which he hepassed hepassed
of passed pl ed onIys trlump trlutnlul i march mrfrchTpp ml marchTh rch rchT
Tpp Th T roofs ot tii ti buildings were werepacked wereparkE werepiUkI1
packed with spectators T r < Atr tjnany many points pointslithe pointsthe
lithe the people broke through througbfhe the lines linescrowded linesrowded linesI
1 I crowded about Ms carriage tarrin arr4e and loaded loadedfit londedit loadedIIt
fit it w wth th floWers The Ti1 last three blocks blocksf
f of his progress was wa through a aline line of ofthousands otttousands ofthousaricla
thousands of sckoi Strjf sci children singing singingai singingArriving
at1 ai nt ntttem m Arriving AT at the thea theIv theverT5
verT5 rn 1 a paiSC pat whi wlJIIe e he was the theluest theJegt theJe9t
luest Jegt of Governor Creel rfo > l President Diaz Diazlith Dlazitlt
lith itlt tIle secretary if foreign relations relationsfc
1 Iv fc f secretary sci try of war Governor G erlOr Creel Creelii
i ii l il other 0 dignitaries dlgn itarles r vtewdthe rfvI W < < Ithe long longE longiUtnry longilltnri
E A 1 CItc > ilc r 1 1followed
iUtnry f rnd I nd f a1lQ a1lQhr arsjoTI
hr rrt TI followed 1lo d the th m rrafniflCeht mlt1 nflcet2t ceht electric electricJjveiy electrIery
f Jjveiy ery buiiainff bUI1 Lui lng ot any ny slsfe slsfened el el1ed ize izeirted
ned by cle e1eT1t Cri4 ri > lights the old oldresenting oldre OldDresetirg
resenting re enUn the most 1l1 st up notable table tablei
i = W
appearance The display on the main mainplaza mainpla78 mainplaza
plaza was especially fine The gOY governors gOYern gayernors ¬
I ernors ern ors palace was surmounted by a alarge alarge alarge
large electric star and on each side wa wasa waa
a Mexican eagle andthe and th coatofarms coatofarmsthe c6at ofatms ofatmsthe
the llghta showing the th national color A Areception Areception Areception
reception was held at atThe the governors governorspalace governorspalace goveiiorspalace
palace last night in which Chihua Chihuahunns CoUronhuans Chihuahuans
huans vied with each other In doing doingtheir doingthtJr doingtheir
their president honor honorTonight honorTonight honorTonight
Tonight President Diaz was as the guest guestof
of honor at a banquet of 200 covers coversHis cov coversHis rs rsBfs
His train leaves Chihuahua Chlhunh a early to tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow
morrow f9r Juarez Juarezand and will arrive there thereearly thereearly thereearly
early in the tIi afternoon afternoonDuring afternQonDuring afternoonDuring
During President Preslel < mt Diazs stay In the thecity thecity theelty
city of Chihuahua he was presented presentedwith presentedwith
with two laying cups of solid Kolp od one oneby oneI oneby
by y the th foreign toreK 1 clubs clu bS composed c Om po sed mostly triosttyof l OStl y yQ
of Q f Americans Amji A ntl1J nn8 and andanother another by the theCa theCasIno Ca Casino Casln ¬
I sino sln club accompanied nc by a certificate certificateof
of membership memb rshlv engraved on solid oUdgo1 gold oltL oltLJ
There is just one thing in the record of John Bransfi Bransfithe BransfcthQ Bransfothe
the pride of possession n Time and again he has surrendered surrenderedty s sty
ty the arrogant inner circle of the hierarchy of hate But his hisstockade hisstockade hisstockade
stockade stockadeIt
It is the one point on which he has been insistent andof and andof i iof
of the stockade He devised it he planned it he secured th thbuilded tIlbuilded thbuilded
builded gave his l1 plighted word that it should be permitted 1 1tation h htation tttation
THE STATE THE STATUTES OF DECENCY and quit only onlyw onlywofficials w wofficials wh whofficials
officials threw his victims into jail and closed the blackest blot blotAmerican blotAmerican blotAmerican
American city cityBelow cityBelow cityBelow
Below is given the statement of John Bransford then and andIt no noIt noIt
It was a summing up of his position his absolute rebellion against th tliutter thutter thutter
utter defiance of the sentiment of a Christian civilization It was wasLake p pLake pLake
Lake Herald of December 81908 8 1908 and not a word of it has ever been beenfor r rfor rfor
for in no other way can can ca you get a true measurement of the man who whoagain whoagain whoagain
again to be elected mayor of this city cityThe cityThe cityThe V
The following day I saw an interview with the chief of police in a morning paper paperquoted In f fquoted 1quoted
quoted as saying The new redlight district will never open I will not permit a woman to ol olfor 0 0for ofor
for the illegal purposes in view I am keeping in close touch with alhthat goes on in the n nfirst ne nefirst nefirst <
first woman that enters the place and receives guests is going to be landed behind the bars barsI
I went to Chief Pitt and asked him whether or not he had given out this interview He Hetion e etion es estion
tion and I asked him if what appeared in the paper expressed his views in the matter He sal saland S8J S8Jand saiand
and that he would resign rather than consent to the removal of the women to the proposed district district1him districthim districthim
him that I stood ready r ady to receive rec iveiiis Ms resignation Then he said that he would not resign Therefo Therefohis Therefo1his
his removal for confirmation by bythe the council councilWith councilWith
With reference to the proposed new district the houses of which are in process of construction constructionSAT I ISkY
SkY THAT I AM THOROUGHLYIN FAVOR FAVOROF OF IT and that thatit it was atmy suggestion suggestiomthat that the work workWITH workWITH workWITH
WITH THE POWER VESTED IN ME AS MAYOR OF SALT LAKE CITY I propose to take the the1from thefrom thefrom
from the business section of the city and put them in the new district districtMore districtMore districtMore
More than a year ago I went east with Councilmen Mulvey Tuddenham and Holly to look over th thsystems thsystems thsystems
systems of municipal lighting and other questions of importance in many of the larger cities of the theOn theOn theOn
On that trip we also took occasion to consult the city officials in reference to their methods of handling handlingderloin handlingderloin handhngderloin
derloin problem and to examine into these methods methodsOn
On our return I spent days in consultation with prominent residents of Salt Lake and received their theiron theirson
on the matter I took prominent business men of all parties and former form r city officials in my automobile automobileproposed automobileproposed
proposed site and all agreed that it was the place for such a district districtI
I asked Mr Mulvey to find some person or company that would consent to erect the buildings in the dis district district distnict ¬
trict after the general plans and who would consent to have the entire district under constant police regula regulation regulation regulation ¬
tion Mr Mulvey found some people who considered the matter but finally they decided not to undertake the theproject theproject theproject
project projectThen projectThen projectThen
Then it was that we got into communication with the Ogden people THEY AGREED TO MY TERMS and andI
I told them if they did as I wished and followed out the directions I gave them my word that I would see to it itthat itthat itthat
that the women of the downtown district were removed to the new location ACTING SOLELY ON MY ASSUR ASSURANCE ASSURANCE AS SUB SUBAliCE ¬
BUILT THE BUILDINGS AFTER MY LIY Y SUGGESTION The buildings are now up and the removal of the women womento
to the new district will be made very soon soonNo soonNo soonNo
No man with such a record ought to be indorsed by the good people of Salt Lake The Theman ThemUn Theman
man who defies the laws of his state is not a safe man to intrust with the reins of govern government government government ¬
ment Noman with so bad a sense of decency should or can be approved by the clean cleancitizenship cleancitizenhip cleancitizenship
citizenship of anycity any ity No maji T whp hp 4fiya5 de apolice a 1l01iJ chief cJ ief from office because that chief chiefTviU chiefnotlTSwe chiefnat
TviU not notlTSwe forswear f j biIUM1 m l 1t and Jauipower pla oiL ptJi fir firIJower
power r
F Please note that John Bransford openly boasts boaststhathe that he was the father fatherof of the stock stockade stockade stockade ¬
ade Please note that he troubled himself to find the vilest woman in all Utah Ut h to take takecharge takecharge takecharge
charge of the public iniquity which he had devised Please to note that he gave his of official official official ¬
ficial guaranty to the men whom he solicited to put their money into the abominable venture venturePlease venturePlease venturePlease
Please observe that he compromised the honor of every man and every woman of Salt Lake Lakewhen Lakewhen Lakewhen
when he promised to make m ke the laws ineffective in the interest of the scheme involving the therankest therankest therankest
rankest extremest expression n of white slave traffic that ever has been broached in all allthe aUthe allthe
the world worldAnd worldAnd worldAnd
And please observe that his party is responsible for him himwholly himwhollyJohn wholly whollyJohn
John Bransford is not an expression of the good in the American party He is not a atype atype atype
type of the prudent people of Salt Lake He is not a safe man to arm with power powerJohn powerJohn powerJohn
John Bransford and the party he leads ought to be beaten
Edwin Hawley Gets Control of ofMissouri ofMissouri ofMissouri
Missouri Kansas Texas TexasRailroad TexasRailroad TexasRailroad
Railroad RailroadNew
New York Oct 14Kdwin Hawley gave gaveout gaveout gaveout
out the t e following statemfnTTttoday state ooay re regarding r rgaming regardlng ¬
gaming the acquisition o ai the1 the t1ie1MIsour1 t1ie1MIsour1ICansas Missouri MissouriKansas MISfiiourlKansas
Kansas Texas railway by him ana ndchhf ndchhfI Ms Msassociates Illsassociates
associates of the Rock Island Is 1nct Frisco Friscosystem FrJSoosstem Friscosystem
system systemA sstemuA
uA A large interest Inten t In the tltelIssouri Missouri Kan Kansas Kansas Iansas ¬
sas Texas railway has been purchased purchasedby
by Edwin EdwlnHawley Hawley and Benjamin F Yoa Yoakum Yoakum Yoakum
kum which In connection with that of ofSpeyer ofS ofSpeyer
Speyer S yer Co gives them a predominating predominatingstrength pnHlomlnatingstrength predominatingstrength
strength in the property propertyThis proper properThlJ
This adds another alo h > r important territory territoryfriendly terrltontrlandl terrltorfriendly
friendly to tn the system which Mr Haw Hawley HafIe HayIcy
Icy Ie has through the purchase Of Chesa Chesapeake CbeSJlpeaite Che Chepeake ¬
peake Alton properties pro ertles created within withinthe withinthe withinthe
the last few years and is an important importantfactor hnportantfactor Importantfactor
factor in the strengthening of all allMr allllr allMr
Mr Hawley declined to make public the theextent theextent theextept
extent of the interest Int rest in Missouri Kan Kansas KanIRS Kansas ¬
sas Texas common and preferred prefer ed stock stockacquired stockacquIred stockacquired
acquired by hlmscif hl s1f and associates or the theprices theprices theprices
prices paid for same samePresident samePresldPllt samePresident
President Adrian H Jollne of the Mis Missouri Missourl lIs lIssourf ¬
souri Kansas Treas announced his hisresignatlpn hisrettl hisreetgnatipn
resignatlpn rettl natlln today tOOa Mr Ir Joline said saidIt
It has been manifest for a long time timethat timethat timethat
that the Missouri Kansas Texas sys system system systern ¬
tem must eventually be allied with It 1th I strong strongrailway stromrailway stiopgrailway
railway interests in order that the prop property pr pr6ierty p party ¬
erty might ml ht be de > eloped and its bUslnes businessincreased bUslnesincreased buslnesIncreased
increased Messrs Hawley and Yoakum Yoakumand
and also Speyer Co who havo bean beanfinancial be11financial beenfinancial
financial advisfrs of the road for some someyears someyears someyears
years have acquired such an interest as asin asIn asin
in my Judgment Judgm nt renders r < it desirable that thatthey thatthey thatthey
they should assume control of the active activemanagement activemanacement activemanagement
Key West c t FIn Fin Oct 14 HA A thrilling thrillingstory thrillingtory thrillingstory
story of the escape of the paptain and andcrew andcrew andcrew
crew of tho British ship Florence M Hexy Hexyson llevson ae aeson
son which lies at the bottom of the At Atantlc AtlaJitic Atlantic
antlc twentyfive tw ntyflvc miles northnorthwest northnorthwestof nor hrnorthwest hrnorthwestof
of Havana Cuba C ba where she was wrecked wreckedn
tn n Mondays hurricane reached here tnis tnisafternoon tiiisafternoon fiisafternoon
afternoon When the rescued men were werejrought Jerbrought werebrought
brought into Key Ke West on tho th schooner schoonerPleroma schoonerPleroma schoonerPieroma
Pleroma herself badly battered
Wlnnl Winaipg g Man Oct Oc 14Snowplbwfl 14Snowplbwflwere HS1 wp1 ws wsWerH1eccssary
were WerH1eccssary necessary to t clear the tracksfor track for forlhi forlhioperation the thsoperatlon theoperation
operation of trains east at of otWJn Winnipeg W1nnipegtoday lpegtto lpegttoday to today
day Snow to tin tIt depth of Sixteen nlxteenlnrnea nlxteenlnrneahas inches incheshas inchesbaa
has fallen and anda a blizzard is s raging fh fhmercury 1hmercury 1hemercury
mercury registered 6 above zero zeroats at nts same samepoints ale Ilepoints alein
points in western Canada during khe khenight be benight heI
i 1 li lii I ii c
Denmark Tennessee Wrecked Wreckedby
by the Wind and Two Peo People People PeopIe ¬
ple Killed KilledMemphis KilledMemphis KilledMemphis
Memphis Tejin Oct 14 HAt At least two twopersons twopenona twopersons
persons were killed and several injured injuredin
in a dwtrwetlve wind storm which swept sweptover sweptover sveptover
over west and middle Tennessee and andnorthern andnortJlern andnorthern
northern Alabama AJaba1 a tonight tonightIt
It waa w reported cl late tonight that Den Denmark Denmark Denmark ¬
mark Tenn had been wracked by the thewind thewind thewind
wind and was burning It was in Den Denmark Denmark Denmark ¬
mark that the two werekilled werekilledNashville were kllled kllledNashville killedNashville
Nashville Tenn TeRRr Oct 14 HA A storm stormamounting stormarnDUnting stormamounting
amounting almost to a tornado tern ado passed passedover
over sections of Tennessee tonight Al Albert Albert Albert ¬
bert Barns a prominent citizen of Den Denmark Denmark Denmark ¬
mark was killed and Mrs Barns bad badly badI badby ¬
ly I hurt hurtThomas hurtThomas hurtThomas
Thomas Holm was killed in Llneoln Lincolncounty Llneolncounty Llneolncounty
county near Mulberry and Homer Ash Ashby Ashby Ashby
by and wife were severely hurt Carter CarterArnold CarterArnold CarterArnold
Arnold returning home from school at atWartrace atWartrace atWartrace
Wartrace was caught in the storm and andhas andhas andhas
has not been heard from fromAtlanta fromAtlanta fromAtlanta
Atlanta Ga Oct W 14A A high wind windstorm windstorm windstorm
storm struck Atlanta this afternoon I and andlert andlelt andleft
left a trail of ruin Hundreds Htndrc s of win windows window windews ¬
dow were broken chimneys were blown blowndown blowndown blowndown
down trees uprooted and houses were un unroofed unroofed unroofed ¬
roofed The property loss is estimated estimatedat
at 100000 There were no casualties casualtiesStreet casualtiesStreet casualtiesStreet
Street car car traffic was suspended d Elec Electric Electric Electric ¬
tric light wires were strewn through the thestreets theakeoets thestreets
streets and made travel unsafe
Mining Man Formerly of Salt Lake IakeArrested LakeArrested LakeArrested
Arrested for Forgery in San SanFrgndsco Sanf SanPtanaisco
f F1mscoSpecolal Frgndsco FrgndscoSpecial PtanaiscoSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanSan
V San Francisco Franc scQ Cal Oct M 14Alcxander 14AlcxanderL Alexander AlexanderL
L I Molsoii of Salt Lake was arrested here heretodav heretoday heretoday
today charged with forgery It is alleged allegedhe legai1h
he h forged for ed a check on George Rodsky in inSacrahiento inSacramentu InSacrataentu
Sacrahiento Cal two tW years ears ago go when Be Bewas bewas hewas
was selling mining stock and has since sinceb sincOIcen
b Icen en n a fugitive from justice The pris prisoner prigoner prisoner ¬
oner Is reticent as a to the amount of th thforgery thforgery thA thAforgery
forgery Molson Is married m3rrl t and has two twochildren twochlldren twochildren
children He Hewas was formerly formerl It salesman InSalt In InSalt InSalt
Salt Lake Previous to that thatjie Tie was book bookkeeper bookkeeper bookkeeper ¬
keeper for or a large largef1rm firm in Victoria B BC BClIe C CHe CHe
He was W JI recognized on the street tr t by his hisvictimdhdthe hisvictmd hisvfctfmf
victimdhdthe victmd dthe arrest followed followedInvestigation tbllowtdrnvefUgation I Ithvestlgatlon
Investigation last night develops dev l ps the thefrtet th thfdet thefct
frtet that Molson was a resident in Ihis Ihisclly fhiscHy Th15city
city several years ears ago Since Sin co leavingSalt leaving JeavingSalt leavingSalt
Salt Lake jflg whereabouts havo not been beentoown beenknown beenknown
known hero heroY
f V i
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Deputy Sheriff Martinson Shot Shotat Shotat Shotat
at Stray Dog Mine in inNevada inNevada inNevada
Nevada NevadaManhattan NevadatIanhattan NevadaManhattan
Manhattan Nev Ne Oct 14 HThe The gang gangOf gangot gangof
Of hlghgradera which today suc succeeded suc succe succeded ¬
ceded ce ded In getting away with a haul of ofrich otrich ofrich
rich ore at the Stray Dog mine near nearhere nearhere nearhere
here after wounding Deputy Sheriff SheriffMartinson SheriffMartinson SheriffMartineon
Martinson was discovered at work 320 320feet 320feet 320feet
feet below the surface by the sheriffs sheriffsP03BC sherUtspos sheriffsposse
posse P03BCThehighgraders pos posseThe e eThe
Thehighgraders The highgraders pawed into the theStray theStmy theStray
Stray Dog mine through an abandoned abandonedshaft abandonedshaft abandonedshft
shaft and thence through the Plamanez Plamanezshaft Plmmmezshaft Piainanezshaft
shaft to the Union Nine mine The Thelease Thelease Thelense
lease from which the ore was taken has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been closed clo ed A watchman saw the light lightIn
In the shaft and notified the officers officerswho officerswho officerswho
who waited at the mouth of the shaft shaftfor shaftfor shaftfor
for the members of th t gang to come comeout comeout comeout
out A demand of otD Djiuty liuty Sheriff Mar Martinson Martinson Iartlnson ¬
tinson for their surrender was answered answeredby
by a fusillade and the officer fell with witha witha
a wound in his scalp The officers re returned retumoo returned ¬
turned the fire and the robbrs dashed dashedfor
for the nearby timber dropping one onesack onesack onesack
sack of highgrade ore in their flight flightFifty flightFifty fiighFifty
Fifty shots sh ts were exchanged d In the bat battle battle battie ¬
tle and it Is believed that one of the therobbers therobbers therobbers
robbers was hit Dense darkness pre prevailed preaUed prevailed ¬
vailed and no description of tho num number numbEr numher ¬
ber or appearance of the men could be beobtained beobtained beobtained
obtained obtainedA
A posse is making a search for the therobbers therobbers therobbers
San Francisco Oct 14 HFrancis Francis J JHeney JHeney 3Heney
Heney was sustained today as the candi candidate candidate candidate ¬
date of the Democratic D party for district dlatrictattorney dlsttlctattorney districtattorney
attorney at the coining municipal l Iunl lpal ele eletlon else election elsetior ¬
tion when Vh n the recount being made by b bCharles
Charles Fickert Republican and unionLabor UnionLabor Union UnionLabor
Labor nominee for the same office and andHoneys andHeneys andHoneys
Honeys only opponent oppon nt was completed completedThe
The vote In eleven precincts was con contested cont conteeted ¬
tested t ted by Fickert The recount resulted resultedIn
In a gain of 64 votes for Fickert reduc reducing reducIng reduclag ¬
ing Heneys majority to 54 4
New N York Got 14 l4Fhe rhe first snow of ofthe orthe ofthe
the seasom iseasCa reached Now N w York early to today toda today ¬
day da It ras only a brj brd f flurry and th thflakes thoflakes tha thaflakes >
flakes melted as soon as they the landed landedTha landedThe landednba
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Camnltz EC ECbatted H2batted 7 7batted
batted him hi tvf1 tvf1run l j j jrun I Irun
run in till six Iixh Iixhwhen xl h t twhen I Iwhen
when HyiitT liv i rca rcaenth J Jeath 1 1enth
enth arid th ththe Hthe t tthe
the Detroit Korir KorirThe jrir2The r rThe
The ninth inrnnf inrnnfteemed inT11nteemed mr t tteemed
teemed with tense m mincidents IJlIncldent a aIncidents
incidents At one Oil tim timprobable ti Iiprobb1e oil oilprobable
probable winning wt lng of the thePttteburg dlot dlotPtt i iPittaburg
Pttteburg Ptt burlr aa a single wo woscore woaeore u useere
score and a twobagger twobaggerPUUburg p < L LPtttaburc i iPlttlburg
PUUburg In the lead
9 9Kennedy 0lCcnnedy
Kennedy was ar arcafe arr arrI nrrafc
I cafe < In Ogden in comn comnlmown comikiios 8 8known
known a Ogden girl of respect respectily rcsie rcsieiy
ily iy Drlscell was as arrested arrestedl I Ilight Ilight
light l ght district Search of th thdisclosed thdisclosed Uidisclosed
disclosed two 38calIber > r revcivtrs rey rc t i rs in
a pawn check for another r ravovr r I r
the same caliber A bullet bui1 t from a
corresponding to one on of the th iuri t > Stl
to have been found In Kenned Kenneds s flil
killed Officer Riley RileyThe RileyI RileyThe
I The strongest suspicions
Kennedy attach to the alleged
ment of a former pal This
whose name the police are
has promised it is said to go on
stand and swear to a conversation comter ation betwoen
tween himself hlm lf and Kennedy In
he says the latter freely freel admitted
boasted of the murder r of Officer Riley RileyA
A woman of the th underworld in indIwg
diri l MrilMBd 14llRPjtaaavet t J av T tertd 1d tW tWtlee tb tbIt >
I tlee It lie e of o a tmlt Mil confession cente ston made to her
Driscell in which Kennedy was
as the th murderer Also a Salt Lake
man has furnished the police with C41Jtaln
tain tam evidence concerning the su suactions
actions of the two the night of
Not Notldentified Identified Yet YetAs YetAs VetI
I As yet the police have not
to Have the men me Identified b by
Nebeker who was held up within
yards of the police station by the
I highwaymen who killed Riley ten min minutes minutes mm mmlites
utes later This will b be done
Meanwhile the suspects are locked
different cells at the city Jail and
being subjected to the usual
for extracting the truth from prl
Chief Sheets of the detective force
noncommittal In his Judging of
suspects suspectsWe
We e have some evidence
them but not enough as yet to
of making formal charges of
I against them he said last night nightThat nightThat nightV
V That Kennedy and Drlscell robbed
V Askwltch secondhand store at 47 4
mercial street a week ago is
Most of the loot consisting of
and gold chains it is said was found
their possession po esslon in Ogden Other
were located in Ogden pawnshops
is said the men have been Identified
Louis Askwltch proprietor of the
The police also say they have
tending to connect the suspects
four different holdups in Salt
during the past month With these al alleged alleged alboged
leged crimes as stepping stones the po police pollee police
lice expect to lay the guilt of the Neb Nebeker Nebeker Nobeker
eker holdup and consequently
murder of Riley at the feet of
and Driscell DriscellHealy DriscellHealy DriscellHealy
Healy the th third of the trio was
out of Salt Lake on a floater
weeks ago He will be held to serve
I six months sentence > standing suspend suspended
I ed by the police court
Battle in the Ninth NinthFKtsburg NinthPttLsburg V
t tto
FKtsburg went to bat with a score ac re of 5 5to V Vto
to 3 against it in the last inning lnnn miller millerstarted IDnlstarted Mi1 Mi1started
started with a single to right and Ab Abstetn AbeIteln Abstein
stein put another In the same place pla e send sending sending sending ¬
ing Miller MU1 r to second Wilson Wll on placed placedbuut place1bunt a abunt
bunt In front of the th plate and Schmidt Schmidtfielded SchmIdfielded hmldtfielded
fielded it to first but the collision with withWilson withWilBOn withWilson
Wilson caused Jones to lose the ball Mil Miller Miller MUicr ¬
ler scoring and Abstain moving to third thirdThe thirdThe thirdThe
The delay occasioned occ loned by Jones injury injurygave InJurvgave injuripgave
gave MulHn a hardearned opportunity opportunityto
to recover his balance Gibson grounded groundedto groundto
to Crawford who had succeeded T Jones Jonesat
at first baM be and the star fielder made madea
a great stop and throw to the plate Abstein Abstein Ab Abstein
stein was out when Schmidt blocked him himoff himoft binioff
off the plate and tagged hint but th thDetroit the thsDetroit theDetroit
Detroit catcher was badly spiked Ha Hacontinued Hecontlnud Hacontinued
continued gamely however and Del few la tatbe hithe lathe
the crowd knew that he had been In Injured InJured Initired
jured juredManager JuredMana itiredManager
Manager Mana Clarke sent Abbatlcclilo AbbatJ Chlo to bat batfor ba bafor batfur
for Phtlllppl With Wflson on second secondand seeondand seconcand
and Gibson Glb on on first a hit by Abbot Abbatchto Abbatchtomant chio chiomeant V
mant a tie score at least H Here r is hero heraMuttia herGMulUa heroMuflia
Muttia arose U to the occasion and nada nadahimself Radhlmlf aadhimself
himself another niche in the Detroit base baseball ooseball baseball ¬
ball hall of fame He performed a feat featthat featthat featthat
that nearly equaled his great performance performanceof
of striking out Clarke and Wagner in inTuesdays InTUElIdays InTuesdays
Tuesdays game Abbatiodiio was wasstubborn 8S a astubborn astubborn
stubborn batter and it required nearly nearlyeverything nearl nearlvery nearlyeverythIng
everything very thing MullIn had to strike hIm out outOn out outOn outon
On the third strike Wilson tried to tl steal stealContinued stlalContinued stealContinued
Continued on Page 7
Japan Will Not Be BeAllowed Allowed to toBlock toBlock toBlock
Block the Way in inManchuria inManchuria inManchuria1
Manchuria ManchuriaWashington
Washington Oct 14 14Americ American n and British capitalists have about aboutcompleted aboutcompleted aboutcompleted
completed arrangements with the Chinese government to build a rail ra lio liofrom oed oedfrom d dfrom
from Chin Chow Fn through Mongolian territory to Tsitsihar a distahce distahceof
of about 400 miles This fact seems to have disturbed the V equanimity equani nity of ofJapan ofJapan of3apan V
Japan it was wass8Jd said here today todayPublished todayPublished
Published reports from fro Peking indicate e that Japan hks la given China Chinanotice Chinanotice iin iinnotice
notice that it will maintain 11 i a ntain its right rightunder under the two treaties concluded con ludod last lastmonth lastmonth lastmonth
month to be consulted consu ted with respect to Manchurian railways Japan says saysit
it reserves decision with regard re d to subsequent action
Among ofticlals ofn ials here herelt 1 1Among it is regarded as asdoubtful asdoubtful asdoubtful
doubtful if Japan will be permitted to tointerfere tofnterfere to1interfere
interfere without objection In this or orother orother orother
other enterprise In China or r Manchuria Manchuriain Manchuriain
in which Americans are Interested InterestedThe
The fact that an objection to the con construction cOnIstructlon constructiori ¬
f Istructlon struction of the proposed Chin Chow ChowFuTsltsihar ChowFuTSitSihar how howI
I FuTsltsihar road is hinted at by Japan Japanis
is regarded here as tending to support supportallegations supportI supportallegations
allegations of monopolistic monopo lIS tic inclinations inclinationson
I on the part of Japan JapanThe JapanThe JapanThe
The proposed railroad through Mon Mongolia MonI Mongolta ¬
I golia gollawlU will be about nbout400 400 miles In length lengthto
i to Tsitsihar and Jf extended ext nded on to toAmur t tAmur tAmur
Amur Its total length l ngth will approximate approximateGIWmlleg
600 GIWmlleg miles The fact factiliat that it will tap the theRussian theRussian theRussIan
Russian trahsrSiberian tf nSSlb rlan road at Tsltsl Tsltslhar TEltslhar Tritsiliar
har Is thought to explain pla n the supposed supposeduneasiness supposedune supposeduneasiness
uneasiness une 1nffii of Japan apan and inasmuch as a
the Chinese Eastern aj aMd d jSouth Outh Man Manchurian Manchurian Manchurlan
churian line taps ta ps s the theSt Sltyfrian n road at
Harbin the tfrorjoseS prop98elJf ifnw HrW because buselt of
Ifs lt s more direct mute and J1d shorter uls
tance tothe to tl1 south would be likely to
become a strongcompttltor to the lat Iet4tel ¬
ter road which le f1oCW sy w controlled by
Japan JapanGovernment JapanGovernment V
Government ofBoliils her here regard Ja Japans Japnns Japans
pans opposition tt the Hslnmlntun
Pakumen line < Waring the develop develo develoment
ment by Chi Chiry ChInof f a portion 110 pOrtion ion of her ter tervlolation te territorv V
rltorYJ ritorv ry and as aail asn direct directa violation of ar arorumouth
IoVo If r theU thetPCaty tltY of Portsmouth orumouthtp
hstates h
states that Japan jtnd nd Russia
I P n P1lgageriot engage not tp obstruct obstructcommon any
genE lh1sures htsures common to all alltake caun COU
t trCS
ptnent mentbmna QI 1 nay take tor t tIndu the tbean1Chur theuchurtaimerce 1
an1Chur uchurtaimerce meroond nnd Indus in tt

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