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InterMountain ol 15 No ln 68 Republican Republicanol I publl n SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY TU ESDA Y OCTOBER 191909 19 1909 Price 5 Cents The Thet Salt Lake ke HeraM HeraMVol raI
Vol 167 No 44
HEARST GOES GOESON GOESL
L ON RAMPAGE RAMPAGAbuses
Abuses the Republican Candi Candidate Caildidate Candidate ¬
date for Mayor of New York Yorkas
as Well as a Tammanys Man ManWhile ManWhile ManWhile
While Delivering Speeches SpeechesBUSINESS SpeechesBUSINESS SpeechesBUSINESS
BUSINESS ISSUES THE THETHEME THETHEME THETHEME
THEME OF MR BANNARD BANNARDWilliam BANNARDWilliam BANNARDWilliam
William M Ivins Replies to the theCharges theCharges theCharges
Charges Made by Henry HenrvGeorge HenryGeorgel
F
George Jr Jrl and Colonel ColonelAmory ColonelAmoryGaynor ColonelAmoryGaynor
Amory AmoryGaynor Gaynor Speaks SpeaksCAMPAIGN SpeaksCAMPAIGN Speaks1I
I CAMPAIGN AT FEVER HEAT HEATXew HEAXew
Xew York Oat IS ISWllllllm William R Hearst HearstIndependent HearstIndependttnt Hearst1ndepandnt
Independent nominee for mayor and Otto OttoT OttoBannard
T Bannard Republican nominee both of ofivnom ofhom ofbnom
ivnom hom ure e heading the fusion ticket ticketcashed ticketcashed ticketuashed
cashed through Harlem tonight and de delivered delivered deivered ¬
livered a series of rapid fire speeches in insupport Insupport Inupport
support of their candidacy Hearst made madefour madefour madefour
four addresses addre aes e and Bannard three threeBannard threeBannard threeBannait1
Bannard confined himself to business businessissues buslnesissues busineeisuee
issues Hearst spoke at length and andtinued con continued continued ¬
tinued tinued his denunciation of William Gay Gaynor Gaynor Gaynor ¬
nor Democratic nominee although he hefor hef liefM
for f r the first time referred to Banaard Banaardas annardas
m as a a machine candidate candidateI
I hav got into this fight to defeat defeatbotli defeatboth defeatbctlt
both Gnynor and ils Tammany Tatl1manymachln Tatl1manymachlnand machine machineand
and Bannard and his Woodruff machine machineht
ht 1 said and I do not want Mr Ir Bannard Bannardto
to forget In the heat and excitement ot otthe orthe ofthe
the campaign that he is just us much mucha
a machine candidate as Judge Gaynor GilynorH
1 H 1 may not be the candidate of the same samemachine samemachine samemachine
machine but he Is the candidate of ofth ofthsame the thesame thecame
same Ttind of a machine and I for om omcannot ontcannot othr
r cannot see the difference in the blackness blacknessbetween blacknessbE blacknessbetween
between bE tween the Tammany kettle and the theWoodruff theWoodrutr
L Woodruff pot potNomination potNomination potNominatkn
Nomination of Bannard BannardMr
Mr Ir Bannard was not named nam < d at the thefusion thefusion thefusion
fusion conference The fusion conference conferencewas cenferencI
was broken up He was not even evonnamed evonnamednt named namedot
ot the Republican convention That had hadnot hadnot hadnot
not yet been held HP H was appointed and andanointed andanointed andanointe1
I anointed the candidate of the Noble Or Ordpr Ordpr Ordr
dpr of Woodrufflans and created a Knight Knightof
of the Waistcoat at Jacks in the early earlyhour earl earlhour earlyhOUr
hour of a September morning morningNow mornlnNow morningNow
Now Mr Ir Bannard a not only not an anindependent anIndependent anIndependent
independent candidate candl ate but he is not even evenan evenan evenan
an antiTammany candidate If Mr Ir Par Partons ParEons Parrons
tons statement of the deal d al between Can Cannoii Cannm CanThi
noii and the Rspubllcan n machine with withMurphy with1lurphy
Murphy and the Tammany machine can canb
b > believed Mr Bannard ww Ws named not notto notto notto
to da d bfeat feat Tammany Tam man but to elect Tam Tammany Tamman Tamnany ¬
many man If Mr Bannard Is elected Mr MrWoodruffs MrWoodrnfCs Mrr
Woodruffs pet trusts will get the city cityrnd citynd citymd
r rnd nd if Judge Gaynor is elected the Tam Tammany Tamman Tammany ¬
many man pet thieves will get the city cltjThe elt eltThe cityr
The Tammany Endorsement EndorsementHearst
r
Hearst defended himself against Gay Gayrrrs Gayt1rrs Gaycrs
rrrs crs remark that he was indorsed by byTammany b blnmn1any byTamniRny
Tammany when ne ran for governor governorntalnst governoragainst governoragainst
against Hughes HughesGrover Hug9HGritr HugijeeGthser
Grover Cleveland he said sai < J was a aconsistent aJnslst4nt acnsistent
consistent foe of Tammanv Hall Halh yet he heTan lieran
Tan 13 nf f5rgflvernor rg emor triM triMcrgtle 1 stStonnf > t11rn nTCDtim nTCDtimratle ft TDSmo TDSmorratle
rratle ticket I ran for or governor gov rlOr or New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York as much a foe of Tammany Hall Hallas
as I had run for mayor a foe of Tamnany TamnanyHall TamlanHaIl TazflaanyHall
Hall the year ear before beforeWhy beforeh beforeWh
Why Wh h did not Judge Gaynor do as I Idid Iclld I1id
did Whydldnot rJydIdiotJudg Judge Gaynor denounce denounceMurphy denounceIurpby denounceMurphy
Murphy and McCarren He had plenty plentyof
of time t e to do it before McCarren gdl gdlHearsts g gRsack 1 1Hk
Hk sackhearsts HkIItarsts
Hearsts attack on Bannard tonight tonightgives tonightgives tonightgives
gives the campaign a new angle for here heretofore hertotore heretofore
tofore both have baV60malntaln maintained what might mightb
b called a truce in view of the faot faotthat fa fac facthat < t tthat
that both are attempting tt mpUng to todefe defeat t Tam Tammany Tammany tammany ¬
many
Mr Bannards Speeches Spe SpedchesPannard SpeechesRannard ches chesnannard
Rannard in his hiespeeches speeches tonight said in infart Infart Inpart
fart fartI
I am a candidate for mayor because becausea
a good many people think the city hall halli
l i T ids ds a businessman I am a huslnesH huslnesHr
r rlm Tim i an with ten years of legal training and andsine andf andsYne
sine f knowledge of how city clt bonds should shouldbr
br sold The Issue Is Tammany and graft graftand graftand graftand
and waste wasteWilliam wasteWIlliam wasteWilliam
William M Ivins who although not a acandidate almdldate acind1date
candidate himself has laid th the ground groundwork groundork groundark ¬
work ork for a major part of the personal personalattacks rersoRldftl personal8tacks
r attacks ftl raeks in the tb campaign Kept his place placewell placewUln
well wUln in the calcium of charge and counter countercuarge counterliarge counterciarge
cuarge during the theda day Accused last last111glt last3Ight
1 111glt ght by Henry Hem George jr of trying to toJ
J r rsuade his father to withdraw from fromt1
t1 c mayoralty campaign of 18SG in con conF confideratlonof conriIeratlon
F iteration fideratlonof of a seat in congress rongr 86 offered offeredI
I Tammany he 1e faced yet et another charge chargeruide chargeVlde chargerLade
ruide by Colonel Willam N Amory for forI for1ltr
I 1ltr itf secretary setret81 of the Third Avenue Rail RallY flailVLy
w VLy < Y company Amory in an affidavit affidavitmarked aflda1tIttalkpd affidavitrttack
marked d him as representing Thomas F
Ryan In blocking investigations in New Newnrk
inrk nrk Ho declared that Ivins was paid paidi
Sj i ooo o by th thp commission for shielding
r ryan an in the public service Investiga inveetigans
flun < ns nsI
L
1 I am convinced he said that Mr
Ivins at that time had nn understanding understandingT
T Tth v ith Ryan or his representative for the thei thelliberate thetlibera
i liberate suppression of the facts factsin
in reply Ivins Issued a statement tor torght to tor
r rght Kht In which h he says saysI
I am sorry for him Colonel Amory Amoryr
f r he could not take such an oath it Itwere
1 were really responsible resp nslble As a matter matterfact
I cf f fact I have not seen Mr Ryan or orj orof oriy
j iy > of his associate for months except exceptas
as a s I have met his counsel in court as asr
r I y adversary adversaryGavnor adversanHaynor adversaryGaynor
Gavnor spoke toJiy with personal lib IIhI Jibrt
1 rt Hearst and police misrule as his hisr IdsFjndpal hisrincipal
r jruipal topic
PREPARING FOR FORTHE FORri
ri THE GREAT GREATEVENT GREATEVENTUtah EVENT EIEITUtah
Utah Will Be Represented at atthe
r the Dry Farming Congress Congressat
at Billings BillingsBillings BillingsBllIinsi BillingsBillings
Billings Mont Oct 18 18George George A ADay Allay
Day state land commissioner of Ida IdaLt
L
1 Lt > 0 has been appointed personal rep representative roprpsentatlve representative ¬
resentative of Governor Brady to at atTil atIrnl attrnd
Til the fourth dry farming congress congressr CQ congressrft gress gressl1fxt
r tt > week Mr Day will address the thet thevngre theflgross
t vngre > ngress s Tuesday evening eveningTwo eveningTwo eveningrsvo
Two carloads of exhibits arrived to todav today toL
L day In bond from Alberta Canada A Acustoms Aeustoms Acustoms
customs nffJcer will arrive tomorrow tomorrowfrom tomorrowfrom tomorrowfrom
from Grot GreLt Falls Fb b1ls ls arhd lr 1d authorize the theopening theQpenln theopening
opening of these cars One or more morecarloads morearloads morecarloads
carloads from each of the following followingstates tollo followingstates Ing Ingstates
states are en route routetoiorado routeCOlorado routeolorado
COlorado Utah Wyoming Oregon OregonAVashington OregonWashln OregonWashington
Washington Washln on and Dakota Other Oth r ex exiiR exl1I
F l1I iiR bHJttea4ebeIng > itt alebelng are being placed and exhibitions exhibitionswin
win be complete cOm let when the th exhibition exhibitionopens exhlblt1olropln
L opens Monday Ionda afternoon Twelve car carloads carloads ¬
loads lQadsot of machinery ma hlnery have arrived and andIs
Is beinginstalled being Installed In special spe t l exhibits exhibitsTnirty oxhlbltsThlrtIeadlng exhibitsTiIrty
Tnirty ThlrtIeadlng leading manufacturers ml of en engines enInesi enIflo ¬
gines Iflo tractions and implements spe specially speillllT speially ¬
cially illllT designed d for dry farming are areamong areamong areamong
among the exhibitors exhibitorsA exhiblt rs rsA
A decorator d coratorfrom from Los Angeles has hasarrived hasarrived hasarrived
arrived and started beautifying the thebusiness thebusiness
business streets Green and whire
lights are being strung on the main mainthoroughfares mainthoroughfaras
thoroughfares Billings will bo in inholiday InIollday
holiday garb by b Saturday S turda when del delegates dele ¬
egates e ates and exhibitors begin be ln arriving arrivingTi
Ti
OARING fAl FEATfOF i iOfA
OfA OfACount OF A111I A111ICountDe
Count CountDe De Lambert 1 in inThanAir i Heave a aVJer aVJerThanAir r rThanAir
ThanAir Machine Flies FliesFrom PliesFrom FliesFrom
From Juvisy to Paris 13 13Miles 13MilesCircles 13MilesCircles
Miles MilesCircles Circles Eiffel Tower TowerCREDITS TowerCREDITS TowerCREDITS
CREDITS THIS COUNTRY COUNTRYFOR
FOR HIS GREAT SUCCESS SUCCESSWilbur SUCCESSWilbur SUCCESSWilbur
Wilbur Wright and Lieutenant LieutenantLahm LieutenantLahm LieutenantLahm
Lahm Have Startling Exper Experience Experience Experience ¬
ience When Their Aeroplane AeroplaneHovers AeroplaneHovers AeroplaneHovers
Hovers Over Express Train TrainFLIGHTS TrainFLIGHTS Train1FLIGHTS
FLIGHTS MADE MADEIN IN ENGLAND ENGLANDMM I
H 4 MM + + + + + + + 4 M + M 44Juvisy + + t + + M + + + M + + + M + + M + + + M + + t tf +
f Juvlsy France Oct 18 A few fewminutes fewminutes f
+ minutes befoie COunt C unt De Lambert Lambertreturned Lambertreturned + f
+ returned to the aviation field here herefrom herefrom + f
+ 4 from his flight to Paris M 1 Blanc Blancf Blanctho Blancthe +
+ the French aeronaut attempted his hisfirst 4 4f
f 4 first flight in a Bleriot machine machineShortly machineShortly +
+ Shortly after ascending the mono monoplane monoplane +
+ plane as the result of a false shift shiftof +
+ of the rudder turned Into the trib trlbune tribune 4
+ une and fell mortally wounding a awoman awoman +
+ woman and injuring a dozen other otherpersons otherpersons 41
+ persons personsParis 4
4 444 + + + + M + M U M + t f U + + H + + H t tParis + H + + + H + H + + t tParis
Paris Oct 18 IBGount Qount De Lambert LambertFrench LambertFrench LambertFrench
French aeroplanist Just before dark to tonight tonight tonight ¬
night accomplished ono of the most re remarkable remarkable remarkable ¬
markable and daring feats yet credited creditedto
to heavlerthanair he machines Starting Startingfrom Startingfrom Startingfrom
from the aerodrome at Juvlsy Juvls he flew fie to toParis toPari toParis
Paris about 13 1 miles After maneuverIng maneuvering maneuver maneuvering ¬
ing over the city at an average height heightof
of 400 feet ie e ascended in gradually di diminishing dlmlnlsblng diminishing ¬
minishing circles and passed several hun hundred hundr hundre ¬
dred dr dre f l feet boo the Eiffel tower He then thenreturned thenreturned thenreturned I
returned to Juvlsy JuvlsyThousands JuvlsyThousands JuvisyThousands
Thousands who watched could barely barelycredit barol barolcredit bareicredit
credit their senses when they saw w the theaeroplane theaeroplane theaeroplane
aeroplane a tiny tin object gliding swiftly swlttl swlttlfar
far above the tower and the sensation sensationcreated sensationcreated 1 1created
created was more profound than when whenSantosDumont whenSantosDumont whenSantosDuinont
SantosDumont circled the structure in inhis inhis I Ihis
his dirigible balloon in 1900 1900Given 1900Given iiOOGiven
Given Great Ovation OvationCount OvationCount i iCount
Count De Lambert was given a tremen trementious ¬
dous ovation en his return to Juisy Juvls JuvlsOnlIIe i
Orville Wright right rushed forward and wrung I
the hand of the aviator as he alighted alightedpale alightedpale alightedpale
pale but radiant He was led to the pa pavilion pav1ll0n paviilon ¬
vilion where his health was drunk the thecrowd thecrowd thecrowd
crowd meantime cheering lustily lust l and rry rrving
ing Long live Count De Lambert LambertLong LambertLong LambertLong
Long live Russia De Lambert being beingof
of Russian extraction extractionThe extrnctlonThe
The count held up his hand and cried criedCry criedCry
Cry long live the United States for it itte Itis itIs
is tb her that I owe this success successThe successThe
The aviator said that the only incon inconvenience inconvenience meanvenience ¬
venience he suffered was from the throb throbbing throbbing ¬
bing of the erglnes and from difficulty
In seeing towardahe end in the gloom
The official time of tho flights was
49 minutes 39 seconds The distance was wasroughly wa waroughly wareuhly
roughly estimated at at31mtljSIlJLt 31 mUas r apd pLtl 3Wi
height varied from 300 to 1300 feet feetArmy feetArmy feetArmy
Army Officers Learning LearningCollege LearningCollege I i
College COII ge Park Md Oct 18 18ln In Six Ix flights flightsat flIgl t5 t5at
at the government aviation schoql scho l under undertne undertJie underthe
the flirbcti6n lrh IrbtI tl n Instructor of Wright Lieu Lieutenants Lieutenants Lieutenants ¬
tenants Labia and Humphrey denlonstrat denlonstrated n1onstrlited
ed their ability to handle the government governmentaeroplanes governmentaeroplanes governmentaeroplanes
aeroplanes purchased from the Wright Wrightbrothers Wrightbrothers rlght rlghtbrothers
brothers during the past summer by the thesignal thesignal thesignal
signal corps Each officer accompanied accompaniedMr
Mr Wright on three flights flightsWhile flightsVhlle flightsWhile
While flying about with Lieutenant LieutenantLahm LieutenantLahm LieutenantLahm
Lahm and Mr Ir Wright right the aeroplane came cameabreast cameabreast cameabreast
abreast of a swiftly moving express train trainclose trainSo
50 > close was the machine of the air to toits toIts toits
its rival on the earth that it appeared appearedto
to be right above It The disturbance of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the air created by the speed of the train trainseemed trainsemed trainseemed
seemed to affect the aeroplane which whichswept whichswept whichswept
swept down dangerously close to the theearth theearth theearth
earth As the wind caught it and aided aidedit
it onward it seemed to gain upon the thetrain thetrain thetrain
train trainLonger trainLonger trainLonger
Longer flights and more difficult ma maneuvers maneuvers maneuvers ¬
neuvers are now to be attempted by the theavitation theavltatlon theavitation
avitation class at the government aero aerodrome aerodrome ¬
drome Lieutenant Benjamin D Foulois Fouloiswho Foulolswho Fouloiswho
who made the famous Alexandria cross crosscountry crosscountry ¬
country flight with Orville Wright right re returned returned returned ¬ I
turned today from Nancy France where wherehe I
he had been as the representative of the theUnited th thUnite theUnited <
United < States army at the aeronautical aeronauticalcongress aeronauticalcongress aeronauticalcongress
congress He will report at College Park Parktomorrow Parktomorrow Parktomorrow
tomorrow It Its is probable that he will willbe willbe wilibe
be added to o the list of students of avia aviation aviation aviation ¬
tion
Aviaron Avlaffon in England EnglandBlackpool EnglandBlackpool EnglandBlackpool
Blackpool iVigland t tgland Oct 18 ISAt At the theclose theclose theclose
close of todra tod s flights Farman led in inthe inthe inthe
the speed c C1tltest ltest having covered 17V4 17V4miles 17 17miles 174miles
miles in 23 minutes Rougier had to his hiecredit hiscredit hiscredit
credit the longest flight 52 24 miles in 32 32minutes 32minutes 32minutes
minutes Both contests are open until untilthe untilthe untilthe
the end of the week weekDoncaster weekDoncaster weekDoncaster
Doncaster England Oct IS ISIn In the av aviation avlation ¬
iation contests here today Le Blon driv drhIn drlving ¬
ing In a Blenot monoplane won the Brad Bradford Bradford Bradford ¬
ford cup and a prize of 200 Ol for the fast fastest fastest fastset ¬
est time in ten circuits of the course
ABLE TO SIGN CHECKS CHECKSPatrick
Patrick H McCarren Making a Hard HardFight HardFight HardFight
Fight for Life LifeNew LifeNew LifeNew
New York Oct 18 18patrlck Patrick H McCar McCarren IcCar IcCarJt ¬
ron Jt > n of Brooklyn had improved sufficient sufficiently ¬
ly I today to sign two checks ch ls one a cam campaign campaign campaign ¬
paign contribution and one a gift to tocharity toeharlt toeliarity
charity He slept at Intervals but his hispulse hispulse hispulse
pulse is irregular and the weakness of ofhis otI ofhis
I his heart continues to give concern concernHis concernHis concCrnHis
His physician said tonight when hen asked askedif
if he would recover recoverI
001 I am afraid to say yes and afraid to tosay tosa tosay
say sa no noThe noThe noThe
The senators inquiries about the prog progress progreB8 progrem ¬
rem of the campaign were not answered answeredbv
bv b direction of Dr Hughes who has for forbidden forbidden forbidden ¬
I bidden him to talk politics
SITTING IN SAN FRANCISCO FRANCISCOInterstate
Interstate Commission Still Consid Considering Considering Considering ¬
ering Rate Cases on Coast CoastRe CoastReduction CoastReduetion Re Reduction
duction of Iowa Rates RatesSan
San Francisco Oct 18 18Slttlng Sitting1 for forthe forthe forthe
the first time en bane In San Francis Francisco ¬
co tho interstate commerce commis commission commfsIon commission ¬
sion met here today to consider rate ratecoses ratecases ratecases
cases In which the Pacific coast and andthe andthe andthe
the southwest are Interested Todays Todayssession TOdassW91on Todayssession
session was occupied O by y arguments In Inthe Inth Inth
the th San Francisco and Los Angeles Angelesswitching Angelesswitching Angelesswitching
switching cases testimony in which whichwas which4as
was tas taken some tiirfe ago o by Commis Commissioner Commlssroner oinmisstoner ¬
stoner Lane at hearings hold In this thiscity thiscity thiscity
city and Los Angeles AngelesWashington AngelesashlngtQn AngelesWashington
Washington Oct IS 18A A complaint complaintof
I of farreaching consequences was w s filed
today with the interstate commerce commercecommission commercecommlsslon commercecommission
commission involvIng the reasonable reasonableness ¬
ness and lawfulness of rates ratescharged now nowcharged nowcharged
charged by the railronds in the south southwestern southwestern southwestern ¬
western part of the country on ship shipments shlpm shipmexjts ¬
ments m Uts destined to interior middle middlewestern middleW9Storn middlewextern
western points pointsWashington pointsWashington pointsWashington
Washington Oct 18 ISReductlon Reduction of
I the freightrates freight rat rates s from eastern points pointsto olnts olntsto
to Des Moines Ia ordered by the in
I terstate commerce commercacommlsSlon commission will go
I Into effect next Wednesday Wednea a the 20th
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HEART FAILURE FAILUREAutopsy
CAUSE OF DEATH DEATHAutopsy
Autopsy Held Upon the Body Bodyof
of William i Buchanan Buchananin
in London LondonLondon LondonLondon
London Oct 18 18An An inquest Into tile thodQUlh tbeII1lQHll tileinn
dQUlh II1lQHll ofMilIHam mdo Ji Buchanan Ijucb ant theAmtr theAmtrIcan tl I Ilean
lean diplomat whose body Was found f tthd in inPark InPark InPark
Park lane late Saturday night will be beheld beheld
held on Wednesday WednesdayThe We Wedn n daY sdayThe daYThe
The official papers and personal prop property property property ¬
erty found In the t e rooms occupied occ pled by Mr MrBuchanan SirBuchanan Ir IrBuchanan
Buchanan at Claridgos hotel have been beenturned beenturned beenturned
turned over to the American embassy embassInvestigation
Investigation thus far has failed to tothrow tothrow tothrow
throw any light on the movements of the thediplomat thediplomat thediplomat
diplomat during the few hours preceding
his death Friends who had seen him himduring himdurIng himduring
during the day say he appeared to be bethen bethen bethen
then in the best of health and spirits spiritsHe
He left his hi hotel just before the dinner dinnerhour dinnerhour dinnerhour
hour on Saturday but where or with withwhom withwhom withwhom
whom he dlnedor how he spent the theeven theevenin even evening ¬
lag in pal had not IJ < t been p 4 learned le lrll There were wereno
no evfdences of f assault or robbery and andit
it is supposed death was wRsdue due to heart hearttrouble hearttrouble hearttrouble
trouble or an apoplectic apop1ectlcstroke stroke
An autopsy auto 5 was held following which it itwas Itwas Itwas
was decided that Mr Buchanan had died diedof diedof diedof
of heart failure >
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PETITIONS PASSED PASSEDSecond UPON UPONSec UPONSecnd
Second Sec nd Week of the Fall Term of the theSupreme theSupreme theSupreme
Supreme Court of the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States Begins in Capital CapitalWashington CapitalWashington Capitalyasliington
Washington Oct 18 18Thl The supreme supre supremecourt supremecourtof court courtof ourtof
of the United States today began the he sec second second seeond ¬
ond week of the term by b byhearing hearing a large largenumber largenumbcr largenumber
number of motions hearing hea lng petitions of ofcertlorari ofcertiorari ofcertiorari
certiorari and acting upon several such suchpetitions suchpetitions suchpetlUons
petitions petitionsOf
Of the petitions heretofore heard sev several several several ¬
eral were granted and seventeen denied deniedthe deniedthe deniedthe
the effect being to bring brln to this court for forreview forreview forreview
review the thecass cases In which the writ was wasgranted wasgranted wasgranted
granted and to practically affirm the de decisions declRlons tiecisions ¬
cisions of the court below b low in cases in inwhich Inwhich inwhich
which the writ was denied deniedAmong deniedAmonS deniedAmong
Among the cases favorably acted upon uponwas uponwas uponwas
was the one of Wasltey vs s Hammer com coming comIng coniing ¬
ing to the court from Alaska and involv involving involvInS involving ¬
ing the question of the right of a deputy deputymineral deputmlneml deputymineral
mineral surveyor to locate a mine under underthe underthe underthe
the law lawThe lawThe lawThe
The case of Edward Cardwell of Mon Montana Montana Montana ¬
tana vs the United Stat Involving the theright thtrlht theright
right of the government to prosecute prosecutecriminallv prosecutecrlmlnall prosecutecriminally
criminally for fencing the public domain domainwas domainWR
was dje Pc4d d dd d adver adver1v flv pJ to the petitioner > >
TAn WILL NOW NOWi NO NOGET I
i GET GOOD REST RSTPresident RESTPresident
President to Pass Four Days Dayson
on His Brothers Ranch in inTexas inTexas inTexas
Texas TexasGregory TexasGre TexasGregory
Gregory Gre ory Tex Pet ffirPresldent resdetit tJT Taft TaftaplwaherStBn1SilEfo Tafton ft ftJT1f
aplwaherStBn1SilEfo JT1f t1 > t1 t1f ttl 1lfnt1 t pUssSfour days dayson ay1J ay1Jon
on on the ranch ot Charles P Taft his hlabrother hisbrother hisbrother
brother brotherReports brotherReports brotherReports
Reports as to the size of the Tarch vary varyfrom varyfrom varyfrom
from lOOiOOO 10O to 200000 acres In either eitherevent eitherevent eitherevent
event it approaches the proportions of a aprincipality aprinclpltllt aprincipality
principality and during the time hoe hovthe hOAI hoethe
the President will be secluded from tlw tlwgivers thogers thigivers
I givers of banquets and general duties of ofconstant otconstart ofconstant
constant speecnmal ing IngI
The President said he now intended for foronce foronce foronce
I once in the trip to do as he pleased This Thismeans Thismeans Thismeans
means that he will play golf every morn morning mornIng
jng < ing that he will ride in the afternoon afternoonland afternoonand
and that he may go duck shootlrg
The stay at the ranch will be the first firstreal flnttreal firstreal
real rest for the President for even ven the theI th thI theYosemite
I Yos Yosemite mlte valley tar from the beaten beatenj beatenpaths
j paths had its ironclad schedili sche lh of stage stagerides stagerides
rides and aridcarly early hours of rising
I FOUND THE YOKE GULLING GULLINGi
I
i I Two Sensational Divorce Suits Now Nowin Nowin Nowin
in the Courts CourtsAnother Another Couple ConpleAgrees CoupleAgrees CoupleAgrees
Agrees to Separate SeparateNew
New York Oct 18 ISThe The second trial trialof trialof trialof
of Mrs lrl Frances BurkeRoche Baton Batonyls Batonyis ton tonrls
yls divorce suit against Aurel Baton Batonyl
yl the noted whip began b gan here today todayKeno todayReno todayfleno
Keno Nev Oct 18 ISMrs Mrs Daniel DanielFrohman DanielFrohman DanielFrohman
Frohman more familiarly known by
her stage name of Margaret IHIngton IHIngtontoday 11l1nptontoday Ifllngtontodayuiled
today todayuiled filed suit for divorce In the dis district district distriet ¬
trict court of this county alleging
that her husband has for the past two twoyears twoyears twoyears
years failed to contribute to her sup support support support ¬
port portCincinnati portCincinnati
Cincinnati 0 Oct 18 ISThe The Times TimesStar TlmesStar TimesStar
Star prints today a dispatch from At Atlantic Atlantic Atlantic ¬
lantic City N J T saying that Band Bandmaster Bandmaster Bandmaster ¬
master Orestes Vessella and his young young1wife you youngwife g gwife
wife formerly Miss Edna Egan Egandaughter Egandliughter Egandaughter
daughter of T P Egan millionaire millionairemanufacturer mlIllonalremanufacturer millionairemanufacturer
manufacturer and former president of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Cincinnati chamber of commerce commercehave commercehave commercehave
have separated
EPIDEMIC OF PLAGUE PLAGUEAmoy PLAGUEAmOy PLAGUEAmoy
Amoy china hlna Oct 18 ISIt It is officially re reported r rported reported ¬
ported that there were seventyseven seventysevendeaths
deaths from bubonic plaguo and an 64 fatal fatalcases fatalcases fatalcases
cases of cholera in Amoy during the two twoendincr twoeI
eI e > lu endincr Saturday last I
HER THROAT CUT CUTWHIH CUTbVH1LESHE
WHIH bVH1LESHE SHE SLEPT SUPTMrs
Mrs George Staehle of Los LosAngeles LosAngeles LosAngeles
Angeles Attacked in Her HerHome HerHome HerHome
Home at Night NightLos
Los Lo Angeles Cal Oct Oct18While Oct18While3IrsCeocoStb1e IS ISWhlle ISWhlleIr9GiOIle While WhileMje
Mje GgogffaStaqble Ir9GiOIle Ie yf clfeufa r trf a brews brewscry br bretvcry W50 W50ery
cry employe nip1O w8 s asleep In her home homelast homelast bornelast
last night she was attacked att clced by a man manwho manwho manwho
who cut her throat with a razor razorThere razorThere razorThere
There Is no clue to the criminals criminalsIdentity criminalsIdentity criminalsIdentity
Identity further than tlanthe the bloodcov bloodcovered bloodcovered bloodcoyered ¬
ered razor he left behind The wo womans womans wemans ¬
mans husband was at work at the thebrewery thebrewery thebrewery
brewery at the time of the th attack attackMrs attackMrs attackMrs
Mrs Staehle almost bled to death deathand deathand deathand
and her life was saved by Patrol Of Officer Officer Oftlcer ¬
ficer Gilpin who closed the wound In Inher Inher inher
her throat with his fingers until the thehospital thehospital thehospital
hospital was reached She is expected expectedto
to recover recoverElsie recoverElsie recoverElsie
Elsie Staehle a 12yearold 12year 01d daugh daughter ¬
ter said that after she and her moth mother ¬
er had retired she was awakened by bysmothered bysmothered bysmothered
smothered cries for help The girl girlturned goIrlturned 41rlturned
turned on the light saw the blood bloodpouring bloodpQurlng bloodpqurlng
pQurlng oyer ovprher her hermothers mothers night n4ghtand robe robearid r e eand
and ran for help Mrs Staehles s wind windpipe windpipe windpipe ¬
pipe had been severed and several severallarge severallarge severallarge
large arteries cut Two Tv strokes had hadbeen hadbeen d dbeen
been made with the razor in criss crisscross crisscross crisscross ¬
cross fashion one extending across acrossthe acr088the acrossthe
the throat and the other lengthwise
RANKS ARE FAST IH IHDeath THINNING THIrUUNGDeath
Death Caused 48312 Names to Be BeDropped BeDropped BeDropped
Dropped From the Pension Rolls RollsDuring RollsDuring RollsDuring
During Past Year YearWashington Year1Vashlngtcn YearWashingtcn
Washington Oct 18 ISDeaths Deaths invasion invasionof
of the fastthinning ranks of the war warveterans warveterans warveterans
veterans caused 43312 names to be taken takenfrom takenfrom takenfrom
from the pension rolls of the United States Stateslast Stateslast Stateslast
last year Of this number 32831 831 were sur survivors survivors survivors ¬
vivors of the Civil war The total loss lossto lossto lossto
to the pension rolls from all causes was
51581 51581In 51581In 51551In
In striking contrast to these figures figurescomprised figurescomprIsed figurescomprised
comprised in the annual report of Vespa Vespasian Vespasian Vespasian ¬
sian Warner commissioner of pensions la lathe 15the isthe
the statement that the government paid paidout paidout paidOut
out in 1n pensions In the fiscal year > ear ending
June 30 1909 1909161930700 161930708 which the com commissioner cQmmissioner cornmisslonerdeelares ¬
missioner misslonerdeelares declares is the largest amount amountever amountever amountever
ever disbursed for pensions in one year yearSummarized yearSummarized yearSummarized
Summarized the report shows these thesefacts thesefncts thesefacts
facts factsNumber fnctsNumber factsNumber
Number of pensioners at the beginning beginningof
of the year 931C87 number of new pen pensioners pensioners pensioners ¬
sioners added to the roll 460SS pension pensioners ¬
ers on roll at the close of the year 916194 916194a
a net decrease of 5483 5483Survivors 5mSurvivors 543Survivors
Survivors of the Civil war on the rolls rollsnow
now number 593961 961
ANOTHER TWOMilLIONDOllAR BUND ISSUE ISSUErrime
Time and again since the convention of the American party Tom Kearns has made madethis madethis madethis
this plain declaration declarationAs
As soon as we win this election my party will issue more bonds bondsaIid andit t will be a twomilliondollar issue issuethis iss issuethis e et1
this t1 s time too tooPlease tooPlease S
Please to note the words My party The term is perfectly recognized by every everyone everyone everyone
one who talks with him He holds that the American party belongs to him That is what whatmakes whatmakes whatmakes
makes him so angry when any anyone one opposes his personal personaldesires desires in city rule He doesnt see seewhy seewhy seewhy
why they should interfere with him in the conduct of what belongs to him himAside himAside himAside
Aside from the fact that we do not believe the people of Salt Lake want to saddle an another another another ¬
other twomilliondollar bond issue upon themselves they have other reasons for discour discouraging discouraging discouraging ¬
aging any further extension of the recklessness of the present city rulers rulersThe rulersThe rulersThe
The people can not understand how it is that sidewalk which cost a dollar a foot footwhen footwhen footwhen
when the city contractor does it can be done by private contract for sixtyfive cents a afoot afootand afootand
foot footand and by the same contractor at that thatThey thatThey thatThey
They can not understand how it is that sewer which at the beginning of the present presentdomination presentdomination presentdomination
domination cost a dollar seventyfive cents a foot now costs co ts two and quarter quarterThey quarterThey quarthrThey
They know also that when the price was lower citizens of the United States did the thework thework thework
work and that Japanese laborers now receive the pay payAnother payAnother payAnother
Another twomilliondollar bond issue would not mean further public improvement so somuch somuch somuch
much as as it wouldmean would mean a richer bundle of graft for the crowd that obeys the nod and wink winkof
of Tom Kearns
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DOLLY Y DIMPLES DJMPlESDHlfS DIMPLESDEFIESPOLiCE
I B a m w MM MMDEFJ8JOUCE
DEFJ8JOUCE DEFJ8JOUCEMysterious DHlfS DEFIESPOLiCEMysterious POLlCf POLlCfMysterious
Mysterious Young Woman WomanPerplexes WomanPerplexes WomanPerplexes
Perplexes the New York YorkDetective YorkDeteotive YorkDetective
Detective Force ForceM I ILL
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+ LL 1 + + + + M ± A 4 H 4 j lH + + + i + +
+ + New N w York Oct lSAmerl 18 18Amerleanpolice merlcMn merlcMnpolice tn +
4 police methods were defied by a af abeautiful + 4beautiful
+ f beautiful young woman womanrester womanresterday yester yesterday + f ff
+ f day Dolly Dimples as the theyoung 4 4f
f young woman styles herself ar arf arrived arrived
+ f rived In New York on the Caro Caronia 4 4nia f fnia
+ nia from Liverpool Her actions actionsfrom actionsfrom + 4 4from
+ from the time she boarded the theship + f ff
f ship at Liverpool until the pres present 4 4eat f
+ ent time are to say sa the least lea3tvery 4 +
4 very mysterious The climax was wasreached 4
4 4 reached when she appeared be before 4
4 fore the New York detective detectiveforce detectiveforce 4
+ force and defied them to find her herIf herIf +
4 if they wanted her herMMMH hert herDuring 4
+ MMMH + + + + + + + Hf + + + + + t ft + + 4 4During M + + + + + HH HHDuring + + + + + + + +
During the voyage from Liverpool Liverpoolto
to New York the young woman re remained remained remained ¬
mained in the seclusion of her cabin cabinthe cabinthe
the greater part of the time She did didnot didnot didnot
not even dine with the other passen passengers passengers passengers ¬
gers All attempts to draw her into intoconversation Intoconversation intoconversation
conversation were futile Although Althoughon
on the passenger list as Dolly Dim Dimples DimpIes Dimpies ¬
pIes it is hinted that she is the thedaughter thedaughter thedaughter
daughter of one of Scotland Yards Yardseldest Yardsoldest Yardseldest
eldest sleuths While there is no noground noground noground
ground upon which to base the sus suspicion suspicion enspicion ¬
picion that Dolly has any intentions intentionsof
of violating any of Uncle Sams laws lawsher lawsher lawsher
her actions are queer and have caused causedmuch causedmuch causedmuch
much speculation In police circles circlesIts circlesIts circlesIts
Its no persons business except exceptmy
my own wh why > I am here she replied repliedto
to the ship news reporters who whoheard whoheard whoheard
heard of her mysterious conduct while whileen
en route After she left the customs customshouse custl1IDShouse custmnshouse
house all trace of her was lost Dol Dolly Dolly DolI ¬
ly I was next heard from at police policeheadquarters polleeheadquarters policeheadquarters
headquarters headquartersThe
The swish and rustle of silken skirts skirtsannounced skirtsannounced skirtsannounced
announced her arrival among New NewYorks NewYorks NewiYorks
Yorks squad of Sherlock Holmes HolmesStylishly HolmesStylishly HolmesStylishly
Stylishly attired In an uptodate uptodategown
gown over which was an automobile automobilecloak automobilecloak automobilecloak
cloak she made her appearance Lift Lifting LiftIng LiftIng ¬
ing a heavy hea automobile veil from her herface herface herface
face she disclosed a winsome girlish girlishcountenance Sirllshcountenance girlishcountenance
countenance one which betokened her herage herage herage
age to be not more than 24 years It Itwaa Itwa3 Itwas
was an unusual fcc to be seen at po police police police ¬
lice headquarters Cmiosity and sur surprise surprlse surprise ¬
prise could be read on the counten countenances countenances countenances ¬
ances of the detectives detectivesLaughs detectivesLaughs detectivesLaughs
Laughs at Detectives DetectivesHer
Her eyes twinkled and her words wordsfairly wordsfairly wordsfairly
fairly bubbled from her lips when she shespoke shespoke shespoke
spoke spokeGentlemen spokeGentlemen spokeGentlemen
Gentlemen pardon me but perhaps perhapsyou
you ou are a little bit curious to know knowthe knowthe knowthe
the object of my visit she said In a agay agay agay
gay laughing manner mannerOf
Of course this remark only caused causedmore causedmore causedmore
more surmising although the sleuths sleuthsadmitted sleuthlladmitted sleuthsadmitted
admitted having the curiosity theirvisitor tIkeirvisitor their theirvisitor
visitor implied they had Then Dol Dolly Dolly ¬ i ily
ly launched forth Into her criticism criticismof
of American police methods especial especial1ly
ly 1 as regards shadowing shadowingAfter slladowlngAfter shadowingAfter
After having looked at me gentle gentlemen ¬
men said the beautiful visitor you youperhaps youperhaps ou ouperhaps
perhaps believe you ou could recognize recognizeand recognlzand
and apprehend me any time you youpleased youpleased OU OUpleased
pleased But you couldnt Why It Itwould Itwould itwould
would only be jolly good sport for me meto meto meto
to fool you ou Ill wager I can escape escaperecognition escaperecognition escaperecognition
recognition by b any officer in this thiscountry thiscountlY thiscountry
country as long as I care to I donfe donfelike don donlike duntlike
like to boast and I am not making makingany makingany
any exaggerated claims when I say sa saI
I can elude you or any other detec detectives dteetives ¬
tives even after you ou have seen and andspoken andspoken andspoken
spoken to me meMy meMY meMy
My purpose In coming here Is still stillcausing stillcausing stillcausing
causing you some worry I see she shesaid shesaid shisaid
said when requested to tell who she shewas shewas shewas
was and what she wanted My M only onlyContinued onlyContinued onlyContinued
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Will SPEND SPENDTennessee ONE MI WON ILLIONiTennessee WONTennessee
Tennessee Claflin on Her Native NativeHeath NativeHeath NativeKeath
Heath With Money for the theSuffrage theSuffrage theSuffrage
Suffrage Cause CauseXew CauseNew CauseNew
New York Oct 18 18Lady Lady Frances Cook Cookbetter Cookbetter Cookbetter
better known In this country as Tennessee TennesseeClaflin TennesseeClaflin TennesssClaflin
Claflin who arrived here today said she sheIs sheIs sh shis
Is ready If need be to spend 1000000 all
her fortune to win votes for women
I am going right to President Taft
Lady Lad Cook continued to see if I cannot cannotget cannotget
get him to do what Lincoln did but by
peaceable measures I shall call the Pres
identa attention to the Fourteenth Fourteenthamendment Fourteenthamendment Fourteenthamendment
amendment of the constitution ThE con constitution constltutlon constitution
stitution says that only idiots insane and andconvicts amIconvicts andconvicts
convicts may not vote and I want to
know If that bars women womenIClng womenKIng womenKing
KIng Edward at heart he rt sympathizes sympathizeswith
with us and so did his mother Queen
Victoria before him
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WBRfAKfRS LABREAKERSPAYTRIBUTE
PAY PAYTRIBUTE PAYTRIBUTEAmerican TRIBUTf TRIBUTfAmericanParty
American AmericanParty Party Officials OfficialsMulct OfficialsMulctGamblers Mulct MulctGamblers MulctGamblers
Gamblers Saloonkeepers and andWomen andWomen andWomen
Women of Streets and City CityIs
Is Thrown Wide Open OpenHONEST OpenHONEST OpenHONEST
HONEST GEORGE SHEETS SHEETSDONT SHEETSDONT SHEETSDONT
DONT DISTRIBUTE MONEY IVIONEYhundreds MONEYHundreds MONEYHundreds
hundreds of Dollars of Blood BloodMoney BloodMoney BloodMoney
Money Disappears Before BeforeReaching BeforeReaching BeforeReaching
Reaching Campaign Man Managers Managers Managers ¬
agers and Strife Strifels Is in the Air AirSTOCKADE AirSTOCKADE Air1STOCKADE
STOCKADE BEING GUARDED GUARDEDContributions GUARDEDContributions GUARDEDContributions
Contributions to the American party ad administration admlntstraUon adminlstraUon ¬
ministration from gamblers and a d saloon saloonmen saloonmen saloonmen
men and women of the underworld were wereresumed werere wereresumed
resumed re umed yesterday and the gambling gamblinggames gamblinggames gamblinggaxnes
games all over the business district of ofSalt ofSalt ofSalt
Salt Lake wore opened again yesterday yesterdayafternoon yMterdayafternoon yeterdayafternoon
afternoon and last night under full pro proection protection protectionof
ection tectionof of the police policePatrolmen poUcePatrolmen policePatrolmen
Patrolmen in uniform passed pa ed in and out outof outof outof
of the saloons where gambling games gamesvere gameswre gaineswre
wre in full blast and the harvest t of coin coinvhfeh coinwhrclr coinwhich
which the gamblers are dividingwith dividing with the thecity theelt thecity
elt city administration Is being beln gathered as asast asfAst asfast
fAst as an army of sharpers and cappers capperscan
can gather it in inThe InThe inThegambiing
The Thegambiing gambling element of Salt Lake has haseen
been > een assured a eured by Martin B Mulvey their theiieader
leader l der that there will be no interference interferenceso
so long as they support the city admin adminstratfon
stratfon n in the substantial sub taotl l manner of ofcontributing ofcontributing ofContributing
contributing 500 a day d and support the theicket theticket theticket
ticket on which Mulvey IB running for the thecity theclt thecity
city clt council councilA
A part of this fund is being used under underhe underthe underthe
the direction of Honest Geerge Sheets SheetsIn
In n caring for the small army of ofmacquereaux ofmacquereaux ofmacquereaux
macquereaux and vagrants which is be beng beIng being
Ing ng housed by the American party in the theuisiness thebusiness thebusiness
business district to be voted like so man manproxies manproxle6 many manyproxies
proxies at the coming city election The Thepowers Thlpowers Thepowers
powers higher up know better than to toallow toallow toallow
allow Honest George to distribute this thisnoney thismoney thismoney
money but they allow the chief of de deectives dftectiVeil tietecttves
ectives to check the disbursements to toits tohis tohis
his friend
For Campaign Fund FundThe FundThe FundThe
The contributions of the gamblers are areuppoaed aresupposed aresupposed
supposed to go to the campaign fund for forwhich forwhich forwhich
which J E Darmer is getting 1600 a amonth amonth amonth
month to spend in the Interests of J 8 8Branaford SBransford 5Bransford
Bransford M B Mulvey and the other othercandidates othercandidates C Ccandidates
candidates on the American party ticket ticketThe ticketThe ticketThe
The system of collecting blood money mone is isso Isso Isso
so complicated however that only a com comparatively comparatively cornparatlvely
paratively small proportion ie finding its itsway it itway itsway
way into the hands of D Darmer rmer and the thecampaign thecamPf thecampaign
campaign camPf gn managers Thin Th leak Is causing causingno
no small amount of friction at headquar headquarters
tees ers where all of the 500 a day could be beused beused beused
used conveniently in giving jobs to Lipp Lippnan Lippman Llppman
man workers who have not yet been beenbrought beenbrou beenbrought
brought brou htln in line for Bransford BransfordOne Bran Cord CordOn
On little campaign contribution to the theAmerican theAmerican theAmerican
American party amounting to 5400 is istlll IstllI isitIil
tlll tied up and Darmer has no prospect prospectof > > fo rospeerof PlT PlTof
of ever afelngr Ing ng the money ThI 84M is isthe isthe isthe
the amount put up by b the 35 3 saloons saloonswhich MlOOnBwhich saloonswhich
which were refused refu ed licenses lI n e by the cit citcouncil db dbcouncil citycouncil
council until they had paid their assess assessments assessments assessmeats ¬
ments to the campaign fund Unfortu Unfortl1lJately LTnfortunatety Unfortunately
nately for the American campaign man managers managers managers
agers this money was paid by the t e saloon saloonmen saoonmen saloonmen
men to a former member of oCthelnner the inner cir circle circle circle ¬
cle who Is B at present decidedly out of oflarmony orharmon o oharmony
harmony harmon with the Bransford element and andup andup antiup
up to last night J E Darmer had not notseen notseen notseen
seen a dollar of the 5400 which the sa saoon saloon asloon
loon oon men generously advanced after their theircenses thtirlicenses theirlicenses
licenses censes had been held up for a week or ortwo ottwo ortwo
two by the Americans in the city council councnThere councilThere councilThere
There Is another little Item of fVH SOt SOtwhich 000 000which i iwhich
which the American city committee has hascollected hascollected hascollected
collected which has been turned over to toDarmer tQDarmer toDarmer
Darmer to use in his campaign to assist assistTom assistTom assistTom
Tom Kearns in purifying the homes of ofSalt ofBalt ofSalt
Salt Lake This money was collected collectedTom collectedfrom collectedfrom
from Tom the owners of the gambling devices devicesound devIcedfound devlceifound
found in every saloon and cigar store lu luSalt illSalt h hSalt
Salt Lake Months ago there was an at atempt attempt attempt
tempt to force the operators of these ma machines machines machines ¬
chines to pay JMl a license for each e ch one oneoperated onltoperated oneoperated
operated and pending the decision of ofthe orthe ofthe
the former police Judge regarding th thstatus the thAstatus thestatus
status of the machines the money was waakept waskept waskept
kept intact
Money Now In Fund FundIt
It was thought for a time that this mon moniy money money
ey iy might be returned to the owners of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the gambling machines but about three threeweeks threeweeks threeweeks
weeks ago when Mayor J S Bransford Bransfordrave Bran lord lordgave
gave his word that gambling might be rnarried belarrIed
Carried on in every saloon and cigar store storein
in the city this 33009 000 was turned into the theAmerican theAm theAmerican
American Am rlcan campaign fund fundThe fundThe fundThe
The real contributors to the graft fund fundof fundof
of the American party are the victims of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the crooked games which are being con conducted conducted coiducted ¬
ducted under the direction of Mulvey Mulveyandidate Mulveycandidate Mulveycandidate
candidate for the city council from the theFifth theFifth theFifth
Fifth precinct and Honest George GeorgeSheets GeorgISheets GeorgeSheets
Sheets chief of the detective force and andthe andthe andthe
the real head of the Salt Lake police de department department tiepartment
partment Mayor Bransford Is lsaware aware of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the conditions that exist and the occasion occasional ¬
al orders to clean up which have coma comafrom comAfrom eoiefrom
from his office have all been supplanted supplantedby
by the order that anything goes so S long longas
as the price is paid paidAmong paidAmong paidAmong
Among the public gambling games that thatwere thatwere thatwere
were running yesterday under police pr prlection pru prutectlon pritection <
lection were those at the FleurdeLIs sa saloon 8aloon enloon ¬
loon in Main street curt House H UlIe bar barroom barroom barroom ¬
room and room No 7 upstairs upl talrs Regann Regannsaloon Pegansaloon Pegangsaloon
saloon Main street Ken Kenyon yon hotel Wilson Wilsonhotel Vl1 Vilsoithotel on onhotel
hotel Combination saloon East Second SecondSouth SecondSouth SecondSouth
South street over Mulveys saloon Bast BastContinued EIl5tConlnued aet aetContinued
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OHfNSfS DEFESESFOR DEFESESFORPANAMA FOR FORPANAMA
PANAMA CANAL CANALWaterway CANALWaterway
Waterway to Be Placed in Im Impregnable Impregnable lrnpregnable ¬
pregnable Position by Time TimeIt
It Is Finished FinishedWashington FinishedVashington FinishedWashington
Washington Oct 18 lSThe The important importantwork
work of constructing fortifications for the theentrances theentrances theentrances
entrances to the Panama canal It was wassaid wassaid wassaid
said today todR will be given careful consid consideration COI1slderatlon consideration ¬
eration by a joint army and navy board
during the coming winter This board boardwill boardwill boardwill S
will visit the thelsthmu8 isthmus and go over the en entire entire ¬ t ttire
tire ground investigating conditions so sothat SQthat sothat
that congress e may be prepared to act In Intelligently intelUgentiy Inteliigently ¬
telligently telligentlyGeneral telUgentiyGeneral teliigentlyGeneral
General Goethals GO thals chief engineer of tl thA thAPanama tlePanama < a aPanama
Panama canal commission has promised promisedthat C
that the canal shall be ready to be opened
by b Jan 1 1915 and the president and his hiscabinet hiscabinet hiscabinet
cabinet feel that the work of placing that thatwaterway thatwatervay thatwaterWay
waterway In an impregnable positionshoul position positionshould poeitioiishould
should be finished or at least Welt ws under undrway underway underway
way by the time the canal is ready fop foppractical fotpractical foipractical
practical uses usesThe usesThe usesThe
The board will consist of Brigadier Gen General Gfneral Genoral ¬
eral William L Marshall lI rshoJI chief of eng engneers Ingners engneers <
neers BrigadierGeneral Brigadier General WllHam Croz Crozchief CrQZrchtef Crozrchief <
chief of ordnance Brigadier General Ar Arthur Arthur Arthur ¬
thur Murray chief of coast co st artillery artlllervBrigadier
Brigadier BrfEtadler General Gen ral W W Wltherapoon Wltherapoonassistant W1tk6rspoonassfstant Withorsnassistant
assistant chief of staff two canal offi officer otficers ¬ S Scere
cer yet et to be selected lected and a possibly possiblyothers Y Yothers
others othersThe othersThe othersThe < S
The general question of th the fortifica fortifications ferUflcatlons fertificatiOn ¬
tions for the UftC8D81 canal ha hMbeJi ban1l6us lIeeuesed lie < I ed by bythe bythe bythe
the army and navy for years ye rs It Is pee poaslblothat J pees1bIothat > OII OIIslblthat
slblothat If the report of the board is ismadeIn IsmadeIn isrnadin
madeIn time congress may at this thl session eesslonappropriate sessionappropriate sessioni
i appropriate money mOB y for the wor
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