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GAMBLING SUNDAY SALOONS AND RESORTS OF ALL ALLKINDS AFLKINDS
KINDS ARE RUNNING WIDE OPEN IN SALT LAKE
GRAfT STAlKS STAlKSWITHOUT STALKSWITHOUT
WITHOUT fAR fARGamblers
Gamblers Are Paying Five FiveHundred FiveHundred FiveHundred
Hundred Dollars a Week WeekInto WeekInto WeekInto
Into Pockets of Some Amer American American American ¬
ican Party City OfficialQUESTION Official OfficialQUESTION OfficialQUESTION
QUESTION NOW IS WHO WHOIS
IS GETTING THE MONEY MONEYCrooks MONEYCrooks MONEYCrooks
Crooks Thieves Macquereaux Macque Macquereaux Macquereaux
reaux Gamblers and Sure SureThing SureThing SureThing
Thing Men Making Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake Their Headquarters HeadquartersGEORGE HeadquarterslGEORGE HeadquartersGEORGE
GEORGE SHEETS FRIENDS FRIENDSOver FRIENDSOver FRIENDSOver
Over 500 is being paid paiddaily paiddaily paiddaily
daily into the pockets of some somebody somebody somebody ¬
body in the American party partyadministration partyadministration partyadministration
administration by the gamblers gamblersof
of Salt Lake LakeThere LakeThere LakeThere
There are nearly 100 games gamesof
of various kinds going in the thetown thetown thetown
town and every one of them ispaying Is Ispaying ispaying
paying something in to some of officer officer officer ¬
ficer of the city government governmentThe
The saloons are open nights nightsand nightsand nightsand
and Sundays in direct viola violation violation violation ¬
tion of the city ordinance and andevery andevery andevery
every official in the American Americanparty Americanparty Americanparty
party from John S Bransford Bransforddown Bransforddown Bransforddown
down knows the saloons are areopen areopen areopen
open openFurthermore openFurthermore openFurthermore
Furthermore up to within withintwo withintwo withinj
j two weeks ago those saloons saloonsthat saloonsthat saloonsthat
that remained open after mid midnight midnight midnight ¬
night were forced to pay 5 an anhour anhour anhour
hour for the privilegeSomebody privilege privilegeSomebody privilegeSomebody
Somebody received that thatmoney thatmoney thatmoney
money
Many of the restaurants In Salt Lake Lakethat Laketat LaketPat
that have wine rooms in addition are arescenes arescenes arescenes
scenes of nightly carousal In which whichmen whichmen whichmen
men and women join although there is isa Isa isa
a city ordinance which forbids women womenfrequenting womenfrequenting womenfrequenting
frequenting places where liquor is sold soldThe soldThe soldThe
The restaurant men who are running runningthese runningthcse runningthese
these places are known to be paying payingwell palngwe payingWeil
well we for the privilege it Is known that thateome thatliome thatsome
some of this money has gone into the
American campaign fund but the thegreater thegreater thegreater
greater part of the money Is going into
ti te e pockets of somebody In the American Ameri American American ¬
can party administration administrationThe
The Gambling Boss BossChief Bosshlef BossChief
Chief among the saloons that per pers
s stently stlntl violate the law is that of Mar Mart Martn Iar Iartn
t tn n Mulvey the gambling boss of oftie ofHe oftie
tie American party and its candidate
for council in the Fifth precinct The Thecsc Thec
csc c > se of Mulveys saloon Its the most
f aprant because the door is wide open openA openA
A chain stretched across the inner doorrats door doorFIS doorf
rats f tys Bar Closed but the thirsty man manr mantcrel manrcrely
r crely tcrel passes under the chain and gets getsContinued getsContinued getsContinued
Continued on Page 2
WilLIE 1LLIE BOY NO NOlONGfR NOLONGERFEARED
lONGfR LONGERFEARED LONGERFEAREDYoung HARED HAREDYoung
Young Piute Pi ute Murderer Killed KilledHimself KilledHimself KilledHimself
Himself After Battle With Withthe Withthe Withthe
the Officers OfficersSan
San Bernardino Oct 16 16Vlllle Willie Boy Boythe Doythe Boythe
the Plute Indian desperado for whom whomthree whomthree whomthree
three posses and fifty flU armed men have havelien havetl havebeen
lien tl en searching the San Bernardino des desert rIt tiesr > S Sert
r ert was found dead yesterday on the thesummit thesummft thesummit
summit of Bullion mountain where he henade heMade herade
Made his final stand He had Kilted Kiltedhi kll klltlmselt ktlfedhimself
hi himself nself with the last shot from his rifle rlHeWillie rlnViUle rifleWillie
Willie Boy was a member of the th tribe tribec tribecf tribecf
c cf t Pluto Indians at the Banning fctrva fctrvaton f rrvatrn titrvat
ton t rn He was known as a reckless char charcter charter harter
ter and a dead shot with a rifle rilleAmong rUteAmJng rifleAmong
Among the Indian women he was much muchcf
c cf f a Lothario Loth rio and his frequent love af affJrs affirs
firs 1 lrs finally led him to the killing which whichdrove whIchdroc whichdrove
drove him to the desert and finally to tohis tohis tohs
his death deathOn deathOn deathOn
On Sept 26 S he quarreled with Mike MikeBoniface MikeBoniface Ikc IkcBoniface
Boniface an aged Indian at the reserva reservation re reservaton crya cryaUon ¬
ton because the latter would not allow allowVMHe allowWjUle allowWillie
Willie Boy Bo to have h his 8 15yearold 15yearoldOaughter 15yearoldhughter 15yearoldaughter
Oaughter and shot Boniface dead He Hethen Hethen Hethen
then terrorized the camp for the nightTaking night nightTaking 111ghLTaking
Taking the girl with him the next nextmorning nextmQrnlng nextmorning
morning he fled to the desert desertA
A posse was quickly organized and andfollowed nndfollowed andfollowed
followed him eastward across the bar barren barren barren ¬
ren sands Four days later It came uf ufthe tin tinthe I > n ntm
the body of the girl at The Pipes PI Des a alonely aJonely alonely
lonely oasis on the desert She had been beenshot l beenshot n nshot
shot through the heart by b her Indian IndianIsver Inlonlovfr IndionIwer
Isver when she became exhausted and andr andro
r ro j longer able to keep up with him in inflight inflight
1 flight from the officers She had be been bemcruelly beencruelly < n ncruelly
cruelly beaten and her feet were leer Ivcorated l leerated cr crnted
ated from contact with rocks nd cactiWillie cacti cactiWillie tI tIWillie
Willie Boy fled on and was nnally nnallyoverhauled tinaHyoverhauled nnailyoverhauled
overhauled on the summit of Bullion Buhlonnountain Bullionnountaln Bumonmountain
mountain where the battle with the offi of offl offifers
fl fifers ers and his suicide occurred occurredThe occurredThe occurredThe
The body of the Indian was found foundleaning CoundJeaning foundleaning
leaning back against rocks with a bul bullet bullet bullet ¬
let hole Just below the heart He had hadremoved hadremoved hadremoved
removed one shoe and pulled the trigger triggerwith trlg triggerwith er erwith
with his toe firing the last shot In his hisrifle hisrifle hisrifle
rifle rifleSo rifleSo rifleSo
So lifelike was tho posture that Con Constable Constable Constable ¬
stable Ben De Crevecoeur 1 opened fire firewith fireWIth firewith
with his revolver before r realizing llzlng that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the desperado was dead deadThe deadThe deadThe
The body was placed on a pile of dry
brush and cremated
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ILL ABANDON ABANDONLECTURE ABANDONLECTURE
ILLLECTURE
LECTURE TOUR TOURDr
Dr Cook Promises to Head an anExpedition anExpedition anExpedition
Expedition to Mt McKinley McKinleyat
at Once OnceNew OnceNcw OnceNew
New York Oct 16 16Having Having failed In Inhis Inhis inhis
his effort to get Professor Herschel C CParker CParker CParker
Parker and Anthony Fiala to conduct conductan
an expedition to ascend Mount McKin McKinley McKinley McKinley ¬
ley Dr Frederick A Cook announced announcedhere
here tonight that he would abandon his hislecture hislecture hislecture
lecture tour as soon as possible and andhimself andhlmselr andhimself
himself head an expedition to ascend ascendthe ascendI ascendthe
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the mountain to obtain if possible the therecords thlrecords therecords
records which he says he left there In
1906 1906In 1966In 1906In
In announcing his decision Dr Cook Cooksaid Cooksaid Cooksaid
said I am fully determined to break breakoff brealoff breakoff
off my lecture tour complete my Arc Arctic Arctic Arctic ¬
tic data for Copenhagen and then head headan heallan
an expedition Immediately Into Mount MountMcKinley MountMcKinley IountlcKlnley
McKinley to recover the records which whichI
I left there My Iy decision has been beenreached beenreached beenreached
reached owing to the acuteness of the thecontroversy th thcontroversy thecontroversy
controversy In the last few days I Ihave Ihave Ihave
have not seen my m lecture manager but butI
I believe I am bound to deliver four or ornVe orfte orflee
flee lectures next week But although althoughI
I am booked to the coast and back I Ishall Ishall 1shall
shall not go further than Minneapolis MinneapolisI Mlnn apolls apollsI
I shall ask several unbiased scien scientists scientists scientists ¬
tists to accompany me and shall select selecta
a number of Swiss mountaineers to toform toform toform
form the party The funds will be gut gottogether guttogether guttogether
together without trouble troubleof of that 1 am amassured amassured amassured
assured However H weer I myself would not notbe notbe notbe
be able to provide all the finances nec necessary necessary necessary ¬
essary
POSSIBILITY OF TROUBLE TROUBLERiff
Riff Mines Cause of Spains Cam Campaign Campaign Campaign ¬
paign in Morocco Sold to a aGerman aGerman aGerman
German Company CompanyParis
Paris Oct 16 16The The Matins correspon correspondent correspondent correspondent ¬
dent at Oran Algeria telegraphs that thatMulal thatIulal thatMulat
Mulal Hafid the sultan of Morocco has hassold hassold hassold
sold the Riff mines which were the thecause thecaUSil thecause
cause of o the trouble between Spain and andthe andthe andthe
the Moors on the Riff coast to a Ger German German German ¬
man company companyThe e companyThe mpan mpanThe
The correspondent explains that such a atransaction atransaction atransaction
transaction was perfectly feasible as th theSpanish thSpanish thSpanish <
Spanish held the mines by reason only of ofa
I a payment of J15000 to Roghl the pre pretender pretendr pretender ¬
tender who was recently r put to death deathby deathby deathby
by the sultan Should the fact be con confirmed contlrmed confirmed ¬
firmed consequences of the gravest char character character character ¬
acter would appear Inevitable
SECOND DEGREE MURDER MURDERSt
St Louis Oct 16 ISThomas Thomas Kane was wasfound wasfound wasfound
found guilty of murder in the second de degree degree degree ¬
gree by a Jury here today He killed killedFred killedFred killedFred
Fred Mobile In the Corridor of the Four FourCourts FourCourts FourCourts
Courts building June 7 Mohrle having havingkilled havingkilled havingkilled
killed Samuel Young a political leader leaderof
of whom Kane was a followed last April AprilThe AprilThe AprilThe
The jury recommended that Kanes pun punishment punIshment punishment ¬
ishment be fixed at twelve years In the thepenitentiary thepenltentlaf thepenitentiary
penitentiary
Fl FIRST RST LADY AT HOME HOMEWashington HOMEWashington E EWashington
Washington Oct O t 16 ISMuch Much benefited by byher byher byher
her summers sojourn on the Massachu Massachusetts ¬
setts coast Mrs William H Taft reached reachedWashington reachedWashington d dVashlngton
Washington from Beverly this morning
MOTHER EMILY DEAD DEADDubuque DEADDubuque DEADDubuque
Dubuque Ia Oct 16 16lIother Mother Emily Emilysuperior Emilysuperior Emilysuperior
superior of the Sisters of St Dominion Dominiondied DomlnlQdied Dominiedied
died today at SInslnawa Slnsln wa Wis Vlsagep aged 6 6years Qi Qiears IIIyears
years ears She directed fifty mission houses l Housess ousesr
s
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RUSSIAN RULER RULERIN
IN GREAT PERIL PERILCzars
Czars Visit to Rome Is Likely Likelyto
to Be Attended With WithBloodshed WithBloodshed WithBloodshed
Bloodshed BloodshedRome
Rome Oct 16 GThe The Italian govern government government government ¬
ment has proposed Racconlgl Ban and andBaja andBaja andBaja
Baja as the three points volntsbest best adapted adaptedfor
for a meeting between the king and andthe andthe andthe
the emperor of Russia which Is sched scheduled scheduled scheduled ¬
uled for Oct 19 Eight thousand sol soldiers soldiers aoldiers ¬
diers are centered at Turin the nearest nearestlarge nearestarge nearesturge
large arge town to Racconlgi In addition to toa toa toa
a thousand policemen and carbineerswhile carbineers carbineerswhile carblneerswhile
while about five hundred Russian aid aidItalian attdItalian aiidItalian
Italian police are stationed at Rac Racconigl Racconlgl Racconigi
conigl coniglThe conlglThe conigiThe
The Socialist party has addressed a amanifesto amanifesto amanifesto
manifesto with reference to the visit visitof visitof visitof
of Emperor Nicholas to Italians ask asking asking ¬
ing the whole people to meet on the theday theday theday I
day of the arrival of the emperor for fora
a great manifestation of sympathy for fortheir fortheir fortheir
their oppressed Russian brothers brothersWhat brothershat brothersWhat
What hat Is regarded as the most im important Important important ¬
portant feature of the visit is the theItinerary theitlnerar theitinerary
Itinerary of Emperor Nicholas who Is Issaid Issaid issaid
said to have elected to travel several severalthousand severalthousand severalthousand
thousand miles out of his way wa in order orderto
to avoid touching Austrian territory
TWENTYFIVE INJURED INJUREDToronto INJUREDroronto INJUREDToronto
Toronto Ont Oct 16 I6A A special Cana Canadian Canadian Canadian ¬
dian Pacific railway emigrant train traincrashed traincrashed traincrashed
crashed into a freight train near Sud Sudbury Sudbury Sudbury
bury Ont today toda demolishing < one of the thecoaches theconches thecoaches
coaches and tossing four others into the theditch theditch theditch
ditch It Is said twentyfive passengers passengerswere
were injured and that two are missing
The companys official statement declares declaresthat declaresthat declaresthat
that only one passenger was slightly in injured Injured injured ¬
jured
FIERCE BATTLE BATTLWITH BATTLE1iiITHCONVICTS
WITH 1iiITHCONVICTS 1iiITHCONVICTSFive CONVICTS CONVICTSFive
Five Men Who Escaped From FromOregon FromOregon FromOregon
Oregon Prison Fight With WithSheriffs WithSheriffs WithSheriffs
Sheriffs Posse PosseSalem PosseSalem PosseSalem
i
Salem Ore Oct 16 16A A battle Is In proe pro program ¬ I Igre
gram gre between the five convicts who es escaped 65caped escaped ¬
caped from the penitentiary here yester yesterday yesterda yesterday ¬
day da and a posse of nearly sixty men menThe menThe menThe
The conflict is raging on the banks of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Willamette riVer near Buena Vista Vistafifteen Vistatltteen Vistafifteen
fifteen mll miles south of here Deputy Sheriff Sher Sheriff SherIff ¬
iff Johnson was shot in the leg during duringthe
the fight and taken to Independence IndependenceThe
The fugiUves were located late today todayin toda todaIn
in the brush along the river As soon soonas soonas soonas
as they saw they were discovered the theconvicts theconvicts theconvicts
convicts opened fire on the seven offi officers officers officers ¬
cers who were pursuihg them Deputy
Johnson was shot almost at the first fire fireand fireand fireand
and the officers withdrew until about aboutfifty aboutfifty
fifty men from the neighborhood had been beensummoned beensummoned beensummoned
summoned Beating > of the brush re resumed rescmed resumed ¬
sumed after nightfall disclosed the con convicts convicts convicts ¬
victs lined up on the rivers edge edgeThe edgeThe edgeThe
The posse po se opened fire from a bluff bluffthe bluffthe bluffthe
the convicts replying with occasional occasionalshots occasionalshots occasionalshots
shots The convicts com lets cut the telephone telephonewires telephonelres telephonewires
wires > lres and the only communication Is by byautomobile byautomobile byautomobile
automobile automobileAbout automobileAbout automobileAbout
About 9 oclock the warden of the prison prisonexpressed prisonexpr prisonexpressed
expressed expr < > s ed confidence that the posse would wouldeither wouldeither wouldeither
either kill or capture the convicts before beforeda beforedaylight beforedaylight
da daylight > light
HOME RULERS GATHER GATHERLondon GATHERLondon GATHERLondon
London Oct 16 ISThere There was a large largegathering largegathering largegathering
gathering of Irish home rule advocates advocatesat
at the Euston station when T P OCon OConnor ¬
nor took the train for Liverpool from fromwhence fromwhence fromwhence
whence he sails today for America A erica OCon OConnor OConnor OConnor ¬
nor goes to raise a fund for the Irish Irishcause Irishcause Irishcause
cause
IN fAVOR fAVOROf
Of OTTO OTTOBANNARD OTTOBANNARDFormer BANNARD BANNARDFormer
Former Law Partner of Cleve Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland ¬
land Takes Part in the theCampaign theCampaign theCampaign
Campaign CampaignNew
New York Oct 16 16Wllllam William J Gaynor GaynorDemocratic GaynorDemocratic GaynorDemocratic
Democratic nominee for mayor of New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York spoke In Brooklyn tonight dividing dividinghis
his time between heaping ridicule on Wil William William VII VIIlIam ¬
liam R Hearst and touching upon munici municipal munlelpal municipal ¬
pal issues Otto T Bannard the Republlcan Repub Republican Republican ¬
lican nominee delivered a series of ad addresses addresses addresses ¬
dresses In New York proper He con confined confined confined ¬
fined himself to a general attack on Tam Tammany Tamman Tammany ¬
many man Hall and an outline of what he ex expects expects expects ¬
pects to do If elected Hearst did not notspeak nots notspeak
speak s ak tonight Gaynors references to toHearst toHearst toHearst
Hearst were along lines he has touched touchedupon touchedupon touchedupon
upon before beforeWilliam beforeWilliam beforeWilliam
William H Ivins who ran for mayor mayoragainst mayoragainst mayoragainst
against Hearst and McClellan four years yearsago yearsago yearsago
ago on the Republican ticket but Who is isnow isnow isnow
now supporUng Hearst issued a state statement statement statement ¬
ment tonight denying that he acted as an anemissary anemlStaf anemissary
emissary from Richard Croker former formerTammany tormerTamman formerTammany
Tammany leader to Henry George In InGeorges InGeorges inGeorges
Georges first campaign for mayor of this thiscity thiscity thiscity
city offering offerln Mr Ir George 25000 to with withdraw withdraw withdraw ¬
draw from the campaign campaignFrancis campaignFrancis campaignFrancis
Francis L Stetson at one time law lawpartner lawpartner lawpartner
partner of Grover Cleveland Ck > veland Issued a astatement Itstatement astatement
statement tonight in support of Bannards Bannardscandidacy Bannardscandidacy Bannardscandidacy
candidacy but at the some time praising praisingHearst praisingHearst
Hearst and criticising Gaynor
RESPONSIBILITY PLACED PLACEDWashington PLACEDWashlngton PLACEDWashington
Washington Oct ISThe IS The administra administration ¬
tion of the Immigration laws especially especiallyat
at New York is affected by the decision decisionof
of the comptroller of the treasury today todajthat todathat todaythat
that the European steamship companies companiesare
are responsible r < > for the hospital treatment treatmentof
of aliens who are sick when they arrive arrivein
in the Unltsd Unlt d Stat States s
VOTE fOR ONE IS A VOTE FUR ALL ALLMAYOR
MAYOR JOHN BRANSFORD IN SALT LAKE HERALD DECEMBER EIGHTH 1908 1908Mth 1908lth 1908With
With lth reference to < o the proposed new district the house of which are In process of construction I WISH ISIT TO
SAY THAT I AM oJI THOROUGHLY I IX Fi F VOR Oil OK IT and that It wn at my suggestion 1I1JJI tlou that the work was begun
WITH TilE POWER VESTED IX ME AS 11 MAYOR YOn OF SALT LAKE CITY I propose to take these women
from the bin business I lion Kecllou of the city elf ninl put them In the new dlntrlct
I nuked 3Ir Multey Iuhe to find HOIIIC person or company that would consent to erect the buildings in the dis ¬
trict after the general plans 11lunl1nnel and wh > would consent to hate the entire district under constant police regulation
Mr 11 Mnlioy found some inr people who considered the mater hut finally they decided not to undertake the project
Then It was that we sot Into comiiinnlrniloa with the Ogden people THEY AGREED TO MY TERMS and
I told them If they did us I wished and followed out the directions I gave them my m word tint I would see to it
Hint the women of the downtown district were ere reunited to the new location ACTING SOLELY ON MY ASbUIt
ATE THAT THE REMOVAL WOULD OrlD HE MADL M LD VDE THESE IIJ SE PEOPLE IXVESTED THEIR MONEY AXD HAVE BUILT
THE BUILDINGS AFTER MY 11 SUGGESTION The buildings are now up nnd the removal of the women to the new neWeUMtrlct
district will be made very cry soon soonSALT lIoonSALT soonSALT
SALT LAi LIE E TRIBUNE OCTOBER 30 1003 ID03EDITOltIALr ID03EDITOltIALrInrtln EDITORIAL EDITORIALMnrdn
Marlin E MuUey is relying for election upon the vote which Is distinctly claimed as the vote ote ot of the nn
dorworld the vot votes ot < i of thicken prostitute nnd the lawless classes generally Without lthOl t the support of that Class
his chances for election would not be worth the enillns i > of n nickel upon Yet there U no lock of dirty cUrt coin
In his campaign He has been n member of the council before and lie did the city cU no rood Ills candidacy
now bodes bOil no Rood to the city cUycnll
We call upon all fair nnd ilecenimlnded citizens cU zenl of the Fifth municipal word to come forward fn Imllc
nant protest agnlust the pretensions of this man and ondllul7 Iiury him BO deep under their ballots on on Tuesday next that thatpolitically thlltpoliticallyhe thatpoliticallyhe
politically politicallyhe he will never be belleard heard of again againMulvey i iMulvey
Mulvey is again a candidate for councilman from the Fifth FifthDIGEST FifthDIGEST 1 1DIGEST
DIGEST OF GEORGE SHEETS CONNECTION WITH THE MWHIRTER CASE CASEGeorge CASEGeorge CASEGeorge
George Sheets festifled that he was chief of police when McWhirter came into his headquarters In company companywith companywith companywith
with the bogus policeman who wore a police officers badge McWhirter asked him If the man were an officer and andSheets andSheets andSheets
Sheets said No The pretended policeman assisted assistedby by four others had robbed McWhirter of f ten thousand dollars dollarsIn
In cash an hour before Sheets said he would try and get some of the money back again but did not arrest the thebogus thebogus thebogus
bogus policeman policemanwho who was not afraid In the office of the chief chiefSheets chiefSheets chiefSheets
Sheets went Into the hall and returned with the statement that he could get seven hundred and fifty dollars dollarsMcWhirter dollarslcWhlrter dollarsMeWhirter
McWhirter protested and the chief went out again and came oameback back with a thousand dollar He gave glethat that to Mc McWhlrtor McWhirter MeWhirter
Whirter and sent him out of town The thieves resumed their protected industry One of them Is now serving a asentence asentence asentence
sentence in the penitentiary for his part In the transaction transactionGeorge transactionGeorge transactionGeorge
George Sheets Is today J day chief chief of f detectives and the th actual head of the police department de artment of Salt Lake ke
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PRESIDENTS PRfSlOfNTSClASP PRESIDENTSCLASPHANDS r
I ClASP CLASPHANDS CLASPHANDSTaft HANDS HANDSTaft
Taft and Diaz as Chiefs of Two TwoGreat TwoGreat TwoGreat
Great Republics Meet and andExchange andExchange I
Exchange Visits and Most MostCordial MostCordial MostCordial
Cordial Congratulations CongratulationsFLARE
FLARE OF TRUMPETS TRUMPETSAND
AND BOOM OF CANNON CANNONReception CANNONReception CANNONReception
Reception of the Mexican Ex Executive Executive Executive ¬
ecutive at El Paso and His HisAmerican HisAmerican HisAmerican
American Brother at Oiudad OiudadJuarez OiudadJuarez OludadJuarez
Juarez Followed by Banquet BanquetONE BanquetONE BanquetONE
ONE UNTOWARD INCIDENT INCIDENTEl
El Paso Tex Oct 16 16The The long longexpected longexpected longexpected
expected meeting between President PresidentTaft PresidentTaft
Taft and President Diaz of the repub republic
lic of Mexico occurred here today todayOutwardly todayOutwardly todayOutwardly
Outwardly it was attended with a adisplay adisplay adisplay
display of soldiery a flare of trumpets trum trumpets trumpets ¬
pets a boom of cannon and a pomp pompof
of ceremony suggestive of supreme supremeauthority supremeauthority supremeauthority
authority but in the actual hand handclasp handclasp handclasp ¬
clasp of the two executives and in inthe inthe inthe
the exchange of courteous words wordswhich wordswhich wordswhich
which passed from lip to lip there therewas therewas therewas
was simple but cordial informality informalityPresident
President Taft was the first to speak speakHe speakHe speakHe
He assured President Dlaz of his warm warmpersonal warmpersonal warmpersonal
personal regard President Diaz assured assuredPresident as assuredPresident ured uredPrpsldent
President Taft of his high esteem of the theman theman theman
man who had accomplished so much In Inthe Inthe inthe
the Philippines in Cuba and elsewhere elsewhereand
and who had now the honor to be the thechief theohle thechief
chief executive of so great a nation as the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States StatesPresident StatesPresident StatesPresident
President Taft In simple fashion de declared declared declared ¬
clared he was glad to meet President PresidentDiaz Pre PresidentDiaz ldent ldentDlaz
Diaz He was glad to know the presi president prelfident president ¬
dent of such a great nation especially especiallyglad especiallyglad especiallyglad
glad to know the present president who whomd whohad whohad
had made the nation great Both Presi Presidents Presidents Presidents ¬
dents dwelt upon the cordiality of the re reatloi 18latlou relattozs
latlou atloi s existing between the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States and Mexico MexicoBonds MexicoBonds 1elcoBonds
Bonds of Friendship FriendshipPresident FriendshipPresident FriendshipPresident
President Taft declared that todays todaysmeeting tooa8meeting todaysmeeting
meeting was not necessary neces ary to make makestronger makstronger makestronger
stronger the bonds of friendship it mere merely mereh merely ¬
ly typified the strength of the bonds as asthey asthey asthey
they already exist There were w re lees than thana
a score of persons permitted to witness witnessthe wltneathe witnessthe
the meeting of the two executives Even Eventhese Eventhese Eventhese
these were excluded later when President PresidentTaft PresidentTaft PresidentTaft
Taft and President Diaz withdrew Into Intoan Intoan intoan
an Inner room of tho chamber of com commerce commercf commercE ¬
merce building where the historic meet meeting meetIng meeting ¬
ing occurred and were only attended by byGovern byGovernJr byGovernor
Govern 3r Creel of the state of Chihuahua ChihumlUMUformer
former ambassador to the United tft atee ateewho t twho tes teswho I
who acted as interpreter i
On Both Sides of River RiverThe RiverThe RiverThe
The scene of the days ceremonies shift ehlftcd
cd from time to time from this thriving thrivinglittle thrivinglittle thrivinglittle
little American city clt3oacfOSS across the shallow shallowwandering shallowwandering hall < < tw twwandering
wandering Rio Grande river to the typical typicallittle t typicallittle plcal plcallittle
little Mexican settlement of Ciudad CiudadJuarez CiudadJuarez CiudadJuarez
Juarez In the customs house there therePresident therePresident therePresident
President Diaz received a return call from fromPresident tromPresident fromPresident
President Taft and again late this even evening evening evening ¬
ing entertained the American President Presidentand
and a large dinner party at a state ban banquet banquet banquet ¬
quet which In all Its surroundings of oflavish oflavish oflavish
lavish decorations of brilliancy in color colorof
of wealth of silver plate handed down downfrom downfrom
from the time of the Emperor Maximil Maximilian ¬ I I Ilan
ian and In every carefully considered de detail detall detail ¬
tail was probably the most notable feast feastever feastever feastever
ever served on the American A rlcan continent continentThere continentThere continentThere
There were at this banquet more formal formaland fonnaland formaland
and public expressions of regard between betweenthe
the two executives as the representatives representativesof
of the people of the United States and andMexico andIexlco andMexico
Mexico were exchanged The banquet banquetalso
also marked the end of the day of inter international International international ¬
national pageantry a day of cloudless cloudlessakles cloudIestkles cloudlessskies
skies
One Unhappy Incident IncidentThe
The day was marred by but one un untoward untoward untoward ¬
toward Incident A lad of o 15 years was wasstabbed wasstabbed wasstabbed
stabbed to death by b a school companion companionJust
Just as President Taft was stepping from fromhis fromhis fromhis
his special l train upon its arrival in the thecanter theoonte1 thecenter
canter of the city at 930 oclock this thismorning thismorning thismorning
morning morningThe
The boys were In the crush of people peoplegathered peoplegathered Joplegathlrttl
gathered In the plaza and nd In pushing for forward torward forward ¬
ward to catch a glimpse of the President Presidentbecame Pr Presidentbecame sldent sldentbet
became bet > ame Involved in a fight Noll Mor Morgan MlrAan Morgan ¬
gan 14 pulled a knife and before by bystandprs bytandprs bystanders
standers could realize what was hap happ happonlng happening
p ponlng nlnp Lawrence Lawr nce Wlmber 15 was lying lyingmortallv lylnttmortalh lyingmortally
mortally wounded at their feet a red redflow redflow redflow
flow from his heart marking the ebb ebbtid ebbtld ebbtidp
tid tidp of his life Before an ambulance ambulancecould ambulanceoould ambulancecould
could reach the seen the boy was dead deadThe deadThe deadThe
The crowd about the place was so great greatthat greatthat greatthat
that even the wagon from the morgue morguecould morguecould morguecould
could not make its way through and andduring andduring andduring
during most of the time President Taft Taftwas Taftwa Taftwas
was at breakfast the body lay la on the thepavomnt thepavpm thepavement
pavement pavpm > nt not fort rods away Some Somethoughtful Somethoulhtful Somethoughtful
thoughtful person finally tore down two twoAmerican twoAmerican twoAmerican
American flags from the th decorations decorationsabout dfcoratlonsabout decorationsabout
about the plaza and spread them over the thed thedoad thedead
d dead ad boys form Morgan was arrested arrestedand arrested arreetpdand
and Is held in the county Jail tonight tonl ht He Heis HeIs Heis
is utterly crushed and a heartbroken boy boyNeutral bo boNeutral boyNeutral
Neutral Territory
An Interesting Incident of the day was wasthe wasthe wasthe
the declaration of neutrality over the El ElChamizal ElChamlzal ElChamizal
Chamizal territory a part of the city of ofEl ofEl ofEl
El Paso ovar ov 2r which Mexico is contending contendingfor
for sovereignty The Chamlial territory territorywas
was formed when the Rio Grande river rivertook rivertook rivertook
took one of its periodical spills sp lta of con contrariness contrariness contrariness ¬
trariness and changed its course a mile mileor mileI mileor I
or two to the westward westwardThe
The contention of the American authori authorities authonties authorities ¬
ties Is that this change was gradual r rxa rxawas rIwas l lwas
was due to natural accretion from t te teAmerican teAmerican e eAmerican
American side The Mexican authoritys authorityscontend authoritscontend a acontend
contend that th the change was due to an anavulsion anavulsion anavulsion
avulsion or sudden change of course e ur and andthat andthat andthat
that the United States gained no addi additional addltlonal additional ¬
tional territory by the shifting of the thenatural thenatural thenatural
natural boundary line The matter still stillIs
Is In dispute It was agreed between th thgovernments thEovernments the thegovernments
governments governments of Mexico and the th United UnitedStates UnltIIStatPS Unitedstates
States today that this territory which lies lieson Ueeon lieson
on this side of the International bridg bridgshould brldgshould bridgshould
should be regarded as neutral and that thatneither thatneither thatneither
neither the American nor the SIxican SIxicanflag M 1 xican xicanflag xicanflag
flag should anywhere be displayed there thereon
on
J
FAULT OF TOBACCO TRUST TRUSTUnited
United States Government Will Be BeAsked BeAsked BeAsked
Asked to Put a Stop to Outrages Outragesin s sin
in Kentucky KentuckyNew
New York Oct 16 Conditions In the thetobacco tMtobacco thetobacco
tobacco growing districts of Kentucky will willbe willbe willbe
be brought to the attention of o the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States said E O Eshelby of Cincinnati Cincinnatihere CincInnatihere Cincinnatihere
here today Mr Eshelby is publisher publisherof
of the Cincinnati CommercialTribune and andone andone andone
one of the leaders of the Independent to tobsrro tobsCIo tob
bsrro b o manufacturers manufacturersNot
Not only has the American Tobacco Tobaccocompany Tobaccocompany Tobaccocompany
company by the aid of the Equity Equityc1t so socii soClq
cii > pracicaiiy put an end to compe competition e competition mpe mpetltion ¬
tition from the Independent manufactur manufacturera ¬
era said Eshelby Eshe by but the renewed ef efforts efforts efforts ¬
forts of the leaders of the Burley Burle soci society society sod sodety ¬
ety to form a new pool are being en enforced enforced enforced ¬
forced by a recrudescence of the night nightriding nightriding nightriding
riding outrages Conditions have become becomepositively becomePOSlt1v becomepositively
positively POSlt1v lyunGndurabls unendurable
PIRA PIRATES TfS ON ONTOP ONTOP
TOP Of HEAP HfAPPittsburg
Pittsburg Nationals Win theSeventh the theSeventh theSeventh
Seventh and Decisive Game GameFrom GameFrom GameFrom
From Detroit Americans by byEight byEight byEight
Eight to Nothing NothingGREAT NothingGREAT NothingGREAT
GREAT CREDIT BELONGS BELONGSTO
TO SMOKY CITY PITCHER PITCHERAdams PITCHERAdams PITCHERAdams
Adams Allowed Only Six Hits Hitsand Hitsand 1 1and
and They Were Scattered ScatteredWild ScatteredWild ScatteredWild
Wild Bill Donovan for the theDetroits theDetroits theDetroits
Detroits Blew Up Early EarlyHOPELESS EarlyHOPELESS Earl Y YHOPELESS
HOPELESS FROM THE START STARTS
0 0o
o < S > PJtUburg Oct 18 16Pand8l110 16Pand8l110o Pmndemo4 Pmndemo4i 0 > >
o < i > nlum reigned here tonight Mtts Us 4 4burg 4burg >
o > burg was turned tonlghLtJtts over toBthe tJtts tJttso the theo 0 S SS >
o < S > baseball enthusiasts who wildly wildlycelebrated Idly
b < > celebrated th the victory of the thePittaburg theo 0
o < > Pittaburg ball club today Street Streeto 0 < J JJ >
o < J > car traffic has practically been beenS O < >
o < S > abandoned down town and the theS theo thebusiness < > >
o < S > business centers ot the surround surroundo 0 J Jin >
o in suburbs rivaled the main mainS 0 0G <
o < S > streets of the city In the noise nol oS oSBateban 4Baseball S SBaseball >
< > Baseball fans headed by brass 4 xjS 4o >
o < S > bands marched about the city citycheering 0 <
0 < S > cheering like madmen and waving < 3 > >
o < S > pennants Pictures of Babe BabeAdams Babeto 0 0C < >
C < to Adams the pitcher were displayed displayedby 0 <
0 < t > by many of the stores and were werecarried wereo 0 <
o carried by the fans in the parades 0 0OOOOOOOOOU0000000 < 3 3Detroit >
000 OOOOOOOOOU0000000 OOOOOOOOOU0000000Detroit < t > 000 000 0 0Detroit
Detroit Oct 16 16Pittsburg Pittsburg won wonhe wonthe woothe
the worlds baseball championship at atBennett atBennett atBennett
Bennett park today by defeating De Betroit Detroit Detroit ¬
troit by the overwhelming score of
8 to 0 in the seventh and decisive decisivegame decisivegame decisivegame
game of one of the greatest battles battlesever
ever fought for the worlds title titleThis titleThis titleThis
This gives the National league leaguechampions leaguechampions leaguechampions
champions the victory by the count countof
of four games to three It is the third thirdsuccessive thirdsuccessive thirdsuccessive
successive defeat of the American Americanleague Americanleague Americanleague
league champions in the worlds worldsseries worldsseries worldsseries
series and consequently the third thirdstraight thirdstraight thirdstraight
straight victory for the National Nationalleague Nationalleague Nationalleague
league the Chicago team having de defeated defeated defeated ¬
feated Detroit in 1907 and 1908 1908To
To Charles Adams the phenomenal phenomenalyoung phenomenalyoung phenomenalyoung
young pitcher from the Louisville LouisvilleAmerican LouisvilleAmerican LouisvilleAmerican
American association team be belongs belongs belongs ¬
longs the lions share of the credit creditfor creditfor creditfor
for the thevtetoQ victory wd hi halt wonderful wonderfulpitching wonderfulpitching tllnderfulpitching
pitching has crowded Wagner Leach LeachClarke LeachClarke LeachClarke
Clarke and the other Pittsbur stars starsInto starsInto stareinto
Into the background Todays victory victorywas
was his third of the aeries and he held heldDetroit heldDetroit heldDetroit
Detroit safely through the game He Heallowed Heallowed Heallowed
allowed but six hits and in only onj on onInningthe onainningthe onjinning <
inning Inningthe the fourth fourthdld did Detroit get getmore getmore getmore
more than one safety Adams allowed allowedonly allowedonly allowedonly
only one base on balls and in four In Innings Innings ¬ x xnings
nings he retired the hardhitting Amer American Am Amerlean r rlean ¬
lean leaguers in one two three order orderNo orderNo orderNo
No RecordBreaking Crowd CrowdThe CrowdThe CrowdThe
The crowd was a distinct disappoint disappointment t tment
ment as there were only onl 1766 171 6t paid ad admissions admlsldo admissions ¬
missions 8 It was s expected that the thegame thegame thegame
game would break all local attendant attendantrecords attedanrecords attendanearecords <
records because of its importance Th Threceipts The Thereceipts Thereceipts
receipts were 19377 and this was dt dtContinued dtContinued diContinued
Continued on Page 3
TRUTH Of STORY STORYOPfN STORYOPEN
OPEN TO DOUBT DOUBTFour
Four More Affidavits From FromMembers FromMembers FromMembers
Members of Mt McKinley McKinleyExploration McKinleyExploration McKinleyExploration
Exploration Party PartyNew
New York Oct 16 16Four Four more affi affidavits affidavits affidavits ¬
davits were published by the New York TorkGlobe YorkGlobe YorkGlobe
Globe today In connection with the In Investigation Inelltlgation investigation ¬
vestigation of Dr Frederick A Cooks Cooksexpedition Cooksexpedition Cooksexpedition
expedition to Mount McKinley Three Threeof
of them are by members of the Cook Cookparty CookpartyFred CookpartyFred
party partyFred Fred Printz a guide Walter WalterMiller WalterMiller WalterMiller
Miller photographer and Samuel SamuelBeecher SamuelBeecher SamuelBeecher
Beecher BeecherThe BeecherThe BeecherThe
The affidavit of Fred Printz the thaguide theguide theguide
guide Is dated Oct 4 It says that at atthe atthe atthe
the time of Dr Cooks alleged ascent ascentof
of the peak he and several others had badbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been sent on a side trip to hunt speci specimens specimens specimens ¬
mens for the Smithsonian institution institutionThe
The affidavit continues continuesPrintzs continuesPrintzs continuesPrintzs
Printzs Affidavit AffidavitThen AffidavitThen
Then the doctor picked up Dokken Dokkenfor
for a cook and taking Barrlll left in inthe Inthe inthe
the launch for Shushitna Shnsh tna station From Fromthere Fromthere Fromthere
there he said they were going up
Shushitna up the Culltns and up to the thaTokoeltna theTokoltna theTokositna
Tokoeltna to the head of navigation to toexplore toexplore toexplore
explore th the country for the route to toMount tolIount toMount
Mount McKinley lIcKlnl y
Miller and I returned to Shushitna Shushitnastation Shu Shushitnastation hltna hltnastation
station Sept 11 where the doctor doctorjoined doctorjoined doctorjoined
joined us with Barrill on Sept 22saying 22 22gajlng 22mlng
saying that they had reached the sum summit Bummlt summit ¬
mit of Mount McKinley McKinleyIn
In about one month after Barrlll Barrllland Brrilland Barrilland
and I returned home from our trip with withDr withDr withDr
Dr Cook in 190S Barrill laughed and andtold andtold andtold
told me that he and Dr Cook never nevergot nevergot nevergot
got to the top of Mount McKinley McKinleyMiller McKInleyM McKinleyMiller
Miller M Iller Affidavit AffidavitDr
Dr Cook and Barril took the launch launchand launchand launchand
and went down the Yetna announcing announcingtheir
their Intention of ascending the Shushitna Shush Shushitna ShushUna ¬
itna the Sehuletna and exploring exploringthe
the TaUhetna glacier for a possible possibleroute possibleroute possibleroute
route for future attempts te ascend to tothe tothe tothe
the top of Mount McKinley Printzand Printz Printzand Printzand
and returned I to the Shushitna Shu hltnalItation hltnalItationOn station stationOn
On Sept 22 we e met Dr Cook and Bar Barrlll Barrill Barnil ¬
rlll at the station and thence we all allcame allcame allcame
came together to Seward SewardI
I was called east by Henry Disston Disstonof
of Philadelphia the backer of the ex expedition expedition expedition ¬
pedition to whom I related rela ed all 11 the cir circumstances circumstances clreumstanees ¬
cumstances of the trip
So far as I am advised Barrill is isthe Istbeonly isthe
the tbeonly only man who has personal knowl knowledge knowledge knowedge ¬
edge as to whether or not Dr Cook as ascended ascended ascended ¬
cended to the summit of Mount McKinle Mc McKinley McKinle ¬
Kinle KinleIn > i iIn 1In
In May 1908 I met Edward N Bar Barrlll Barrill BarrUt ¬
rlll at Missoula Mont He then in informed informed informed ¬
formed me for the first time that he heand heand heand
and Dr Cook had never reached the thesummit thesummit thesummit
summit of Mount McKinley I then thensaid thensaid thensaid
said to him Where here were your you When Whenhe
he remarked W We were only on the thefirst thefirst r rfirst
first ridge this side of the mountain mountainI
I asked aakedhlm mm about hi his picture shown shownopposite shownoPflOlllle shownopposite
opposite page 227 In Dr Cooks book bookwhen lJookwlten bookwhen
when he replied That Is my plturebuttbat picturebut picture picturebut
but buttbat that is not the top of the moun mountain mountal moonta11a ¬
tain tal II +
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