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THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH UTAHWEDNESDAY WEDNESDAY OCT 201909 20 1909 3 3I
NEWS OF F UTAH OT AN AND ADJOINING STATES ST A res
Ogden News NewsOffice
Office Offlce410 410 Twentyflfth street streetCirculation streetIrculatlon streetrcu1atIon
Circulation Department 3C6 Twenty Twentyfifth Twentytltth Twentyfifth
fifth Street StreetOgden Stre StreetOgden t tOgden
Ogden Wednesdzy Oct 20
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CLOSE JAPANESE JAPANESEBANK JAPANESEBANK
BANK AT OGDEN OGDENUtah
Utah Officials Comply With Re Request Request Request ¬
quest Telegraphed by byCalifornia byCalifornia byCalifornia
California Officials OfficialsCSpeclal OfficialsSpeclal
CSpeclal to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanOgden HeraldR flUbUcan flUbUcanOgden
Ogden Oct 19 19Aetlng Acting on authority of ofa
a telegram from the state bank examiner examinerot
ot California Secretary of State TIngey TIngeyyesterday Tingeyycstert1a TingeyYEsterday
yesterday instructed C A Glazter Utah Utahstate UtahIItate Utahstate
state bank examiner ta take charge of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the JapaneseAmerican Japane eAmeclcan bank of Ogden OgdenMr
Mr Ir TlngeyB Tinge instructions to Mr r Glazier Glazierwere GlAzierwre GlazierI
I wre as follows followsC
I C A Glazier State Bank Examiner ExaminerThe
The supervisor supervl or of t the banks of the state stateot
ot o California has b wired the governor to toi toIave toAave
Iave i ave proper officials take possession of ofthe ofthl ofthe
the JapaneseAmerican hank at Ogden OgdenActing Ogt1enActlng OgdenActing
Acting under that authority you ou are areIt areloby aret
It loby t cby authorized and directed to imme immediately Immediately immethatiy ¬
diately take pose poeesion aeion of said bank un unt unFI UnU
t FI U further instructions are received from fromtl
tl bank supervisor of California CaliforniaC
C S TINGEY TINGEYSecietary TINGEYSecrOtary TINGEYSecretary
Secretary of State StateTh StateThn StateTIv
Th Thn closing of the bank this morning morningtus
I cused < tus < d no little uneasiness u easlne and excitement excitementnmnK excitementmong excitementmnng
nmnK the Japanese depositors and at atLIU atJk attime
LIU Jk time so large a crowd of Japs gath gathcnd gathHd gaUifrd
cnd at the bnik entrance that Deputy DeputySi DeputyStjrlff DeputyStcriff
Si Stjrlff riff Hutchins was called to disperse dispersetl dispersetlflli dispersetieni
tl tlflli tlflliorrL tieniOfuiers em emOff
Off Ofuiers UTS < rs of the bank got permission to toj to1e tonotice
j 1 if 1e o i notice on the door stating that thati thatIosln
i v > ° c losing Iosln was due not to Insolvency but butti butt
ti t ttf condition of the main bank In San SanF SanFal1cscl SanTancisco
F anclsco Mr Glazier says he has no noiformation noIlformation nozforanation
iformation that the bank is otherwise otherwiset
t Van an solvent
SHORT LINE INSPECTION INSPECTIONOfficials
Officials in Special Train of Private PrivateGarsStart PrivateCarsStart PrivateCars
GarsStart Cars Start Out Over Overthe Overth Overthe
the th Road RoadSpecial RoadSIw RoadieIa1
Special SIw > clal to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicansaen
lg > saen tn Oct 19Ti1e > The annual Inspection Inspectiont
t ip L over the Oregon Short Line began begunM beganIonda beganMnla
M Mnla Tulav < out of Ogden Four divisions will willI
1 I thoroughly Inspected > d Inside and out so sotu soHr sot
tu Hr t v the official can s see just bow the thei
I i nl PI K go around aroundX aroundhlng
I X NhIng uhinR escapes IT nany any keen eyes on this thisui thtsIUuu1 thisoverhtuling
ui IUuu1 HI i overhauling of the lln 1I lIne Closets Closetst
L pried t ji > iied Into the dust under the stove stovei
i 11 n ijliVe41 iM rved and whether or not the agent agentA agentevery
t A < V3 s every day Ia a thing of marked markedi market1uortancc
> i uortancc when It com NthM18 B to deciding who whov
v ill get tt the rating for the year each In InI
I own sv particular < u sphere lht > re of duty dutyTin dutyfil dutyri
Tin ri party consists of J M Davis gen cene genf
e ii l iuperlntenctnt iij > rliiteiM > nt William Ashton chief chUfc chkf1gmt chiefcigineer
c igniter > r E W Xewcomb signal engl engli
i L r and the four division superinten superinteni
i ns j E C ilanson A B Stevenson StevensonA
A > II Jones and W V A Armstrong the thef
f n ir I division engineers > rs Thomas Fftzger Fftzgera
a II J Harris AV V S Harer Har r and H A AU Anirfs AJtnirf
U nirfs < i rf K H Plafrted assistant general generalf generolIbllt
f itJit agent accompanied the part partiII part1fJIlc1ay partylnday
II 1fJIlc1ay n i Jay and will be with it a few days daysTli dasTh daysTh
Th train consists contl ts of inspection car No Noy Nov Nostandard
y standard Pullman sleeper and three threef threefldal threefcal
f fldal si uil private cars The Salt Lake dl dls dlisn disi
isn s si < in n will be Inspected from Oct IS S to
3 the Itah division from Oct 26 Ii to 27 27t 271c 7 7tif
t tif o Montana division from OcL 28 S to 30 30tnJ 30tnd 10snj
tnJ the Idaho division from Nov No 1 to 6 6The GTile 6Tie
The officials mark on the following per perc
c ntage Perfect P rflt K very ver good M good goodr goodfair
r 2 fair Si and poor 21 per cont contThv contTh centTh
Th roaclmasters < district which makes makest
t best > > t showing receives a gold medal medalTlr medalTlw medalTir
Tlr section foremans section which whichmakes whichmakes whichtakes
makes the best showing on any roadmas roadmast roadmastrs
t trs r rs s district receives a silver medal The Theeg Thegnt Thecgnt
eg gnt nt whose station makes the finest ap apranee apI
1 ivnce in tidiness etc receives a gold goldr
r t lal The pumper having the cleanest cleanestaril cleanestnrd cleanestard
aril lK IYst > st appearing pumphouse also re rec res
c us kS s a silver medal
NEW CARS DESIGNED DESIGNEDESPECIALLY DESIGNEDESPECIALLY DESIGNEDESPECIALLYFOR
ESPECIALLY FOR AUTOS AUTOSto
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanOgln
Ogln Oct 19 10The The first of the new newa newaihmoblle newatomobilo
a aihmoblle < t < > mobllo and furniture cars has arrived arrivedg arrivedgrg
g grg i g weat with a doubledecked load of ofaJt ofJrtlloblles ofaflnioblleg
aJt aflnioblleg mobiles The car contains six large largjt
t t armg cars fully fUll set up three on the thefl th thfhDr thef
fl fhDr f ILI of f the car and three on a specially speciallychanged speciallyanged speciallyanged
changed anged platform overhead These cars carsar cansaT earsar
ar the most modern and largest automo automol
l tI l 1 and furniture cars constructed They Theyw The TheW TheyYriT
w YriT rt 1 so built asa as a bid for this bumnesegIving businessng business business6vjrg
gIving ng the shipper a maximum loading loadingcivi loadingCJpadty loadingCiLiity
civi CJpadty ity and a minimum unloading ex exp expen exThe
p pen n = Tin cars weigh 48000 pounds poundseiiiiU poundsU poundstrity
eiiiiU U ty a third more than the usual empty emptyI emltlx emptyl2x
I lx x tar They The are 50 O feet In length by byII byI by1i
II I n hjlght and 9 feet wide They have havea
a c stc 5 < 1 roof support steel end door and andd anddgonal anddaginal
d ugnnal side doors 10 feet wide and the theL
1 L > ight I ht of the car
BOYS WRECK WRECKSTREET STREET CAR CARYoungsters CARYoungsters CARYoungsters
Youngsters Pile Ties on Track at atWashington atWashington atWashington
Washington Avenue AvenueilKHlal AvenueI AvenueecIal
ilKHlal I ecIal to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanO
O Ogden Jdl Uin n Oct 19 19A A crowd of youngsters youngatenslast oungetellnt
last vpnlng < gathered a number of old ties tiesa tiesad tiesa1
a ad < l plrced them acrutw the Washington AVaahlngtonavnue aahlngtonanul
avnue car track near Thlrtys Thtrtyscond Thtrtyscondstrt < wsond wsondstr nd ndstrlt
str strlt < ft As the car came along the > head headIght headlL
lL 1 light ght of the car was somewhat obscured obscuredby
by u 1 strong light of an automobile and andt
t ctr was upon the pile of ties before befoiet
t > obstruction was observed by the mo mot
t inn The car was derailed but did didr dklrt
r rt t t tp > n over No one was hurt
James Johnston Dead DeadSpecial DeadSptclcl DeadSpecil
Special to The HeraldRspublican HeraldRspublicanOgden
Ogden Og ln Oct It IIJamlS James Johnston Jlhnl on a r rsi re rested respeted
si sted i ted citizen and pioneer of Hooper Hooperti Hooperdjd Hooperdjd
ti djd d at his home In Hooper this morning morningat
at 30 3 oclock after an Illness of six sixRxks sixV1 sixwcks
V1 Rxks > ks of paralysis Decedent D 1ent was born bornin
in Scotland in 1S ISIS and he came to this thit thleuntry thisCOUfltr
t auntrj in iso Tie Is survived survl > ed by his hiswidow hisIdow hisIdow
Idow and ten tenchlhJren children Funeral serv servi
i s will be held at the Hooper meeting meeult meeulthouse
house at i p m Thursday
Marriage Licenses LicensesSpecial LicensestSplal LicensestSpeeial
Special to Ihe HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanugd
ugd Igdfn n Oct 19 10Marriage Marriage licenses were werelssi wereIssd were1sszrU
lssi Issd < xl today at the office of the county countycl countyelri ountyrl
cl elri riv to the following Delbert Campbell CampbellI
I bfrt ltcrh > and Marian O Storey North NorthOEJf NorthJgdcn Northgacn
OEJf gacn n Merwln Thompson Plain City and anjMartt andl1Jrthf and3Lrtha
Martt a Hansen Roy Joseph Hodges and andMajd andMalJd andMaid
Maid Jearl both of Garden City Ctt > Rich Richt Richrunty
t runty untv lnt Vtah Clarence Larson and Mary Iar IarSllTman
Sicrman boh of Ogden
DANIELS DANIELSTHE DAN IELS IELSTHE
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Orpheum Tickets Given Away by the theHeraldRepublican theHeraldRepublican theHeraldRepublican
HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanSomewhere
Somewhere in the classified columns columnsof
of every Issue of The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanwill can canwill
will be found an order for two seats at atthe ntthE atthe
the Orpheum theatre good for either eithermatinee eithermatinee eithermatinee
matinee of evening performance on date dateof dateof dateof
of Issue The person whose name ap appears appears appears ¬
pears In this order will please present a acopy aCOP acopy
copy of the ad to The HeraldRepub HeraldRepublican ¬
lican office before 6 oclock today to together together togather ¬
gether with a positive Identification Identificationyour
your our last subscription receipt rec lpt will wll do doRead doRead doRead
Read the classified advertisements In Inthis Inthla Inthia
this Issue Perhaps your name Is there thereHERALD thereHERALD thereHERALD
HERALD REPUBLICAN WANT WANTADS W WANTADS ArT ArTADS
ADS BRING RESULTS 5c A LINE
PLEASURE PLEASURELots
Lots of satisfaction in a cup cupof cupof cupof
of good Tea but little enjoy enjoyment enjo1ment enjoyment ¬
ment when the quality is ispoor ispoor ispoor
poor poorHEWLETTS poorHEWLETTS poorHEWLETTS
HEWLETTS TEAS TEASARE
ARE ALWAYS GOOD GOODJ
J P GARDNER GARDNERThe
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navy smoke brown and all the late latecolorings lahcolorings 1attI
I colorings coats 42 to 45 inches long longlined longlined longr
r lined with guaranteed satin new newpleated newpleated
4 l j pleated skirt > 3 worth fully 4 19 f 75 j
l r 2500 on sale at D
15 Voile Skirts 1175 1175New
fr New Fall Skirts of heavy imported importedvoile
I 4 voile in black only made in the kilted kiltedeffect kiltedeffect kiltedeffect
effect handsomely trimmed with withstraps withstraps withI
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Says Duffys Is All Right RightMr
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mit Pa a Mexican Mexcan and Civil CivilWar Civ CivilWar
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PROGRAM FOR RALLY RALLYOF
OF OGDEN OGDENREPUBLICANS OGDENREPUBLICANSSpecial REPUBLICANS REPUBLICANSSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanOgden
Ogden Oct 19 I9he The program for th thRepublican thRfput1lcan the theRepublican >
Republican rally tomorrow evening has hasbean haslfooll hasheozi
bean pre u ptard > arw ar d as follows followsGrand foHowsOrand followsGrand
Grand opening Ogden City Brass band bandMusic bandllu bandMusic
Music llu lc by the Republican Glee club clubIntroduction clubIntroduction clubIntroduction
Introduction of permanent chairman by bytemporary bytemporal bytamporary
temporary chairman chairmanChairman chaIrmanChaIrman chairmanChairman
Chairman George J Kelly will call tho thomeeting thomeeting themeeting
meeting to order orderRf orderRrmarts orderRcmarks
Rf Rrmarts marks by Peimanent Chairman J A AHowelL AHowell AHowelL
HowelL HowelLMusic Howelluslc HowelLMusic
Music uslc by b the Republican Glee club clubAddress clubAddress clubAddress
Address by the governor Hon William WilliamSpry WilliamSpry YJlIlamSpr
Spry SpryMusic SprMusic SpryMusic
Music by the Republican Glee club clubAddress clubAddrese clubAddress
Address by Hon William Glasmann GlasmannThe
The Ogden City Brass band will 111 parade paradethe
the business section beginning at C3U C3Uoclock G3Joclock 630oclock
oclock oclockEverybody oclockEverybody oclockEverybody
Everybody Invited
SHORT LINE PUTTING PUTTINGDOWN PUTTINGDOWN PUTTINGDOWN
DOWN DOUBLE TRACKS TRACKSSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanOgden
Ogden Oct 19 19Actlve Active work on the ex extension extension extension ¬
tension of the double track of the Short ShortLine ShortLine ShortLine
Line north of Woods Cross will begin beginIn
In two weeks as the ties have all been beendistributed befndistributed beendistributed
distributed and the shipment of rails from fromthe tromthe fromthe
the Colorado Fuel Iron company has hasconmenced hascunmenced hascommenced
commenced A large part of the line linesouth linesouth linesouth
south of Farmlngton has been graded gradedso
so that when a sufficient sufflclentquantHy quantity of the the99pound theoopound thePdpound
99pound rails arrives there will 111 be no nodelay not1emy nodelay
delay For the present the autnoriza autnorizatlon authorizatlon autnorizaHon
tlon for the duuble track extension goes goesno goesno
no further than Farmington But when wherthat whel1that whenthat
that point is reached work will begin beginsouth beginsouth beginsouth
south from Ogden through the sand ridge ridgecut ridgecut ridgecut
cut which is now being enlarged to ac accommodate accommodate accominodate ¬
commodate the second line of rails The The75pound Thp5pound The76pound
75pound steel st el Is being taken up on the thenaln th thnaln tilemain
naln line of the Idaho division and re replaced replucet1 replaced ¬
placed with 00pound rails the lichtfest lichtfeststeel Ihhttstpteel liehteststeel
steel being used us d on the new branches
LOGANS s BIG mum mumEntire N NEntire
Entire City Joins in Demonstration DemonstrationWhen DemonstrationWhen DemonstrationWhen
When Ground Is Broken Brokenfor
for Street Railway
Special to t The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanLogan
Logan Oct 19 19There There was a big dem demonstration demonstration demonstration ¬
onstration here today the whole city turn turning turnIng turning ¬
ing out on the breaking of ground for forthe forthe forthe
the new street railway Five thousand thousandenthusiasts thoul1andenthusiasts thousandenthusiasts
enthusiasts tendered an ovation to David DavidEccles DavidEccles DavidEceles
Eccles EcclesThere EcclesThere EcelesThere
There was a parade at 830 oclock this thismorning1 thismorning thismorning
morning Two bands followed by the theCommercial thiCommercial theCommercial
Commercial Boosters club the city of officials oCflclals ofuicials ¬
ficials 900 college students as many manyschool manyschool manyschool
school children and over 2000 citizens citizensmarched citizensmarched citizensmarched
marched a mile to the depot depotPresident depotPresident depotPresident
President E C Bacon of the Commer Commercial ¬
cial club presided at a meeting at the thedepot thedepot thedepot
depot Mayor William Edwards made an anaddress anadtlresa anathiress
address followed > d by b President Lin Linford ford of ofBrigham ofrijbam ofBrigham
Brigham Young university President PresidentWldtaoe Preslt1entWldl80e PresidentWldtsoe
Wldtaoe of the Agricultural college Sec Secretary Secretary Seeretary ¬
retary Allen of the Boosters club former formerMayor former1Iaor formerMayor
Mayor James > s Quayle and Mr Eccles EcclesThe EcclesThe EcclesThe
The breaking of the ground was wn done by byMr b bIr byMr
Mr Ir Quayle
DIES AT AGEOFBO AGEOFBOSpecial AGE OF 80 80Special 80Special
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanEpbraim HeraldRepublicanEI HeraldRepublicanEpbralm
Epbraim EI hralm Oct 9 9fhe The remains of Mrs MrsIiibbie MrsLibbie MrsLlbble
Iiibbie lyle of Salt Lake wero taken to toSallna toSalina toSauna
Salina yesterday for burial burlaIMrs Mrs Ivle had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been a resident of Salt Lake only onl a few fewmonths fewmonths fewmonths
months having moved there to make her herhome herh
home h rrMt with her daughter Mrs Alice Bar Barnard Barnard Barnard ¬
nard She was one of the early t > settlers settlerbof settlenof
of Salina and leaves a host of friends friendsOne friendsOne friendsOne
One week ago Sunday she celebrated her hereightieth hereightieth hereightieth
eightieth birthday at Salt Lake and was wasin wasIn wasIn
in apparently perfect health but the fol following followIng following ¬
lowing day t1a she was stricken with pneu pneumonia pneumonia pnoumonla ¬
monia and only onl lived a couple of days daysHer dasHer daysher
Her husband died about four years ago agoHer agoHt agoHer
Her Ht > r four daughters are Mrs Mary Rex Rexof Rexof flexof
of Sallna Mrs Alice Barnard and Mrs MrsS MrsSass MrsSees
S Sass ss Mathews atSaIt of Salt Lake and Mrs Ly Lydla Lrdla Lyilia
dla Thompson of Scipio
STUDENT NOMINATED FOR FORLOGANCITY FORLOGA FORLOGAN
LOGANCITY LOGAN J CITY ATTORNEY ATTORNEYSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanLogan
Logan Oct 9 9After After Democrats named nameda
a city ticket most of the nominees re resigned reIlgned resigned ¬
signed and the city clt committee has been beenfilling beenftlling beenfilling
filling vacancies Today It finished the thejob thejob thejob
job when Fred J Marshall was was placed pl ct > d on onthe onthe onthe
the ticket for city clt attorney and Charles CharlesT
T Barrett was named for Justice of the thepeace thepeace thepeace
peace Marshall Is a law student The ThPRepublicans ThlRepublicans TheRepublicans
Republicans have on their ticket H G GNebeker GNebeker
Nebeker a practicing attorney attorne There Thereare
are only two Democratic attorneys In the thecounty thecounty thecounty
county and one of these Is ineligible this thisyear thisyear thisyear
year and the other resigned rt >
PROVO JUSTICE HAS HASMANY HASMANY HASMANY
MANY CASES ON TRIAL TRIALSpecial TRIALSpeciAl TRIALSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanProvo
Provo tovo Oct 10 1JlJstl Justlc of the > Peace A AA AA AA
A Noon reports rt > that for July August Aucustand Augustant1 Augustand
and September Soptt > mber there were twentytwo twentytwocases twenttwocases
cases before him with fines of 4656 and
137 days Imprisonment ImprisonmentCharles Imprls ImprisonmentCharles nment nmentCharles
Charles Stewart was as sentenced this thismorning thismornln thismorning
morning to serve five years In the state statepenitentiary stntepenitentiary statepenitentiary
penitentiary for the killing klllln of Charles CharlesWheeler Charleheeler CharlesWheeler
Wheeler at Colton In July last He was wastaken wastaken wastaken
taken to the penitentiary by b Sheriff Judd
CONTRACTS TO BE LET LETFOR LETFOR LETFORNEW
FOR FORNEW NEW STATION STATIONSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanProvo
Provo Oct 19 19The The contract for the theJWOOO theJeOOO theo
JWOOO o depot of the Denver Rio Grande Grandewhich Grandewhich Grandewhich
which is to be constructed at Third West Westand Westand Vestand
and Sixth South streets will be let to tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow the conditions being that the thework thework thework
work be finished within two years ears The TheSan TheSan TheSan
San Pedro Pt > dro will also let a contract for a aUiOOO alLO
515000 freight station which In point of ofequipment ofequlpm ofequipment
equipment equlpm nt will be second to none on the theroad theroad theroad
road
OCTOGENARIAN RUN OVER OVERAND OVERAND OVERAND
AND MAY NOT RECOVER RECOVERSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanLogan
Logan Oct 19 I9Chrlstlan Christian BIndrup an anaged anaged anaged
aged man while returning from meeting meetingin m ctlm ctlmIn
in the tabernacle Inst night was knocked knockeddown knockeddown knockeddown
down and trampled upon by a team driv driven ¬
en bj b a resident of Paradise All agreed agreedthe aJTeedtlte
the accident was imavoldabl und no ar arrest nrNSt arrest ¬
rest was made BIndrups leg was brok broken broken ¬
en As he Is over SO years enrs of age it Is Isfeared Isfeared isfeared
feared that he vlll not recover
See Mountain Lake ci Mine MineSpecial MineSpecial MineSpecial
Special to The > HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanHeber Herald Republican RepublicanHeber
Heber Oct 19 19Dlrectors Directors of the Whit AVhltneyJex WhitneyJex Vhit11eJex
neyJex Brokerage company of Salt Lake Lakeand Lakeand Lakeand
and Provo held their regular monthly monthlymeeting monthlmletlng monthlymeeting
meeting in Heber City CIt on Saturday There Therewera Therewer Therewere
were present C L Whitney hltne and Bert BertLusty BertLtlsU BertLusty
Lusty of Salt Lake Hebar C Jex and andAVells andVeils andWells
Veils Brlmhall of Provo and J R Price Priceof Priceof
of Heber HeberMr HeberfT
Mr fT Whitney hltne and Mr Brlmhall accom accompanied accompanied accompanied ¬
panied by b their wives on Sunday Sumla took a ntrip atrip atrip
trip to the Mountain Lake mine They Theyreport The Thereport Theyreport
report work going on with the bis bl tunnel tunnelwhich tunnelwhich tunnelwhich
which Is now In the mountain a mile and anda
a quarter Conditions are favorable for forthe forthe forthe
the opening of an ore body at any an time timeas
as the latest survey sure of th ° tunnel shows showsthem showsthem showsthem
them to be directly under the Mountain MountainLake MountainLake IountalnLake
Lake vein with the formation dipping a alittle alittle alittle
little away fiom them The company were wereguests wereguests wereguests
guests of Mr and Mrs Irs J R Price
tuSIUN fAILS IN 1 rtilJVU rtilJVUffllp uVu uVuFlip
clip oi a Coin May Defeat the Pro Prohibition 1rohiblt irohibitlon ¬
hibition hiblt on Juovement in inine lDthe inUie
the Town
Special to 1110 lieuiuRepubhcan
Provo Oct S 9buun Fusion between the Re Republicans RePUblicans liepublicars ¬
publicans and the Democrats Is off A
flip of a coin last night decided Jt itand and
Incidentally bids bld fair to defeat the pro
niwuon movement In irovo There was
a strenuous effort to Dring about fusion fusiontoday fuioaLoclay
today and subcommittees were appointed
by y both Paulas m an etfort to leach acll an
agreement These > e tailed and finally tlnall it
was agreed that a coin should bo tossed
to close clo was the argument A portion
of the Republican committee had gone
none after the adjournment
Mayor Decker who has been opposed opposedr opposedawltndrawai
to withdrawal a consented to the tossing
oC r L the coin r w Taylor chairman of
the
Democratic committee was selected
as the man behind the money He flipped flippedF
It high F In the air and Mayor Decker
called heads and thus it came
But this was not the end for the mem
ners who had gone home would not con ¬
cur and the situation is as it has been
before the Democrats hopelessly at outs
with the Republicans and the Indepen
de dents ts for an open city clt solidly united
The city ell council appointed judges of
election as follows First 1 < lrst ward M H
Graham R W v K Stafford D Georgu
E 1 Martin D Second W V J Startup R Rf
f < A Huish R H J Goddard D Third
AV s K Farrer R L L Nelson elson R Can
by Scott D Fourth J J JJohnson Johnson R
Carl ChrIstenson R O V Harris D
Fifth J H Frisby R Samuel R Brown
K D L Van Wagoner D Sixth H
JJ 1 Brereton R Alma Van Wagoner
p D Ed L Jones D Seventh John C
Swenson D Henry Cluff D Harry
Boshard R Eighth LevI Slow R Nels
Johnson R N W v Tiffany D
UNITE ON ONE TICKET TICKETScofiield TICKETScofiield TICKETScofijeld
Scofiield Citizens Nominate Neil M MMadsen MMadsen MMadsen
Madsen and Four Trustees TrusteesSpecial TrusteesSpecIal TrusteesSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanScofield
Scofield Oct 19 Republicans meeting meetlnlat
at the town hall recently re ntly decided to fuse fuswith fusewith fusewith
with the Citizens and place only one tick ticket ticket ticket ¬
et in the field The meeting adjourned adjournedand
and Republicans went into the Citizens Citizensprimary CItizensprimar Citizensprimary
primary where the following ticket was wasplaced wasplaced wasplaced
placed in the field For town president
Neils M 1 Madsen for trustees Bernard
Newren S J Harkness L A Jacobsen Jacobsenand
and Lougi Barberio
DEMOCRATS NOMINATE NOMINATEMUNICIPAL NOMINATEMUNICIPAL NOMINATEMUNICIPALCANOIDATES
MUNICIPAL MUNICIPALCANOIDATES MUNICIPALCANOIDATESSpecial CANDIDATES CANDIDATESSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanMl
Ml M Pleasant Oct 19 19H H Le Roy Neil Neilson Neilson Nellson
son was chairman of the Democratic city cityconvention elt3oconvention cityconvention
convention held last night A platform platformplank platformplank platformplank
plank favoring prohibition was adopted adoptedand adoptet1and adoptedand
and the following candidates named
Mayor Judge Ferdinand Erickson re recorder recorder recorder ¬
corder Daniel Rasmussen treasurer
Anthmel Carter justice of the peace Jus Justus Juatus Justus ¬
tus B Seely fourjear councilman Lau Lauritz Lllurltz Lauritz
ritz Larsen twoyear councilman James JamesAnderson
AV v Anderson J D Simpson Chris Mad Madsen Madson lIadsen
sen campaign committee George Chris Christensen Christensen Christensen
tensen chairman Justus B Seely Seel sec secretar secrltary seerotary
retar rotary > Ed Freston Bent R Hansen P PII
M McArthur and all nominees
KAYSVILLE KA PAYS 3000 3000FOR 3000FOR 3000FOR
FOR SUPPLY OF WATER WATERSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanKajsvllle HeroldRepublcanKasvllle HeraldRepublIcanXaysvllle
Kajsvllle Oct 9 9The The Kaysville city citycouncil clt cltcouncil citycouncil
council recently purchased the springs springseast
east of Kaysville owned by the Open Openshaw Openshaw Openshaw
shaw brothers for 3000 The springs in intheir Intheir intheir
their undereloed condition flow 79 gal gallons gallons galIons ¬
lons of water per minute which is ample ampleto
to supply Kaysville State tate Chemist Her Herman Herman Herman ¬
man Harms Huts has analyzed the water and
found It to be pure The Thecll3o city expects expectsto exp cts ctsto
to commence work an n the system right rightaway rightawa rightaway
away awa but will probably only construct constructthe
the reservoir and lay la the tile piping this thisfall thIsfaIl thisfall
fall and put In the pressure pipe in the thespring thespring thespring
spring
CHARGED WITH MURDER MURDERIN
IN FIGHT FIGHTWITH WITH FISTS FISTSSpecial FISTSSpecial FISTSSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanNephl
Nephl Oct 19 19The The case of the state of ofUtah otUtah ofUtah
Utah vs Omer Robertson for murder In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the second degree > came up for trial this thisafterroon thisafternoon thisafternoon
afternoon In the district court The time timewas timewas timewas
was spent impanelling a jury juryAbout jurAbout JuryAbout
About three years > ears ago in a quarrel over overa
a call game in a saloon at Silver City Citythe Clt Cltthe Citythe
the defendant it is charged struck a man mannamed mannamed mannamed
named Mikeell over the head several severaltimes severaltimes severaltimes
times with his hi fist Mlkesell died In about abouttwo about1wo abouttwo
two weeks The case has been continued continueduntil continueduntil continuedUntil
until the present time
SUNDAY SPEAKERS IN INSOUTH 1fJSOUTH INSOUTHSANPETE
SOUTH SOUTHSANPETE SANPETE STAKE STAKESpecial STAKESpecial STAKESpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanEphraim HeraldRepublicanEphraim HeraldRepublicanEphraim
Ephraim Oct 9 9The The following speak speakers ¬
ers addressed the various wards of the theSouth theSouth theSouth
South Sanpete stake Sunday afternoon afternoonAustin afternoonAustin afternoonAustin
Austin Kearns Marinus Beauregaard An Andrew Andrew Andrew ¬
drew Peterson and Daird Shand At Pay Payette Pa Paette Payette
ette C P Larsen and Brigham McAl McAllister McAllister MeAllister ¬
lister At Gunnison David N Beal and andS ant1Remel
J Remel Griffiths At Manti Peter Pe Peterson Peterson Psterson ¬
terson and Niels P Peterson At May Mayfield Mayfield Inytleld
field Ernest Madsen and W V L Hall HallAt HullAt HallAt
At Sterling George Taylor sr and andJames ant1James andJames
James Rasmussen
REPUBLICANS REPUBLICANSNOMINATESpecial NOMINATE NOMINATESpecial
Special to The HeraldRspublican HeraldRspublicanMonroe
Monroe Oct 10 Republicans held their theirprimaries theirprimaries theirprimaries
primaries Satjrday Sat rdi1Y night and placed the thefollowing t thefollowing c cfollowing
following ticket in in the field Town presi president pr president 81 81dent ¬
dent Hugh E Lisonbee town council councilOrson councilOrson councilOrson
Orson P Washburn J E Magleby Alon Alonzo
zo S Forbush and Nephl H Nielson They Theyreelerted Theyreelerted Theyreelected
reelerted Nephi H Nielson as chairman chairmanSocialists chairmanSocialists chairmanSocialists
Socialists also met Saturday and nomi nominated nominated nominated ¬
nated the following ticket President PresidentLewis Pres1t1entLewIs PresidentLewis
Lewis Baker council Parley P Wash AVashburn Washburn ash ashburn
burn James F Cloward Severine G An Andreason Andreason Andreason
dreason and Airs Sarah L Bates
PARK CITY NEWS NEWSSpecial NEWSSpecial NEWSSpecIal
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanPark
Park City Oct 19 19Dellas Dallas Ford the In Infant Infant inant ¬
fant son of Mr r and Mrs lrs Lewis Ford of ofthis ofthis ofthis
this city died this morning morn In from pneumo pneumonia ¬
nia Funeral services will be held Wed AVednesday Wednesday Vodnesday
nesday afternoon from the L D S Schurch Schurch Schurch
church Burial will be in the City ceme cemetery cemeter cemeCuningham ¬
tery teryRobert ter
terRobert Robert Cunningham the 6yearold GYfar < > ld son sonof sonot sonof
of Mr and Mrs John Cunningham of this thiscity thisclt thiscity
city clt had a narrow escaps from death this thismorning thismorning thismorning
morning While coming out of the gate gateat
at his hishrme home a cow and calf were passing passingand
and the little fellow grabbed the rope the thecalf thecalf thecalf
calf had around Ita neck and the cow cowsored cowored cowgored
gored ored the boy knocking him down and andbadly amIbadly anjbadly
badly bruising him If the cow hall not notbeen notbt notbeen
been bt > cn dehorned the little fellow would prob probably probabl probably ¬
ably abl have been killed Dr Bardsjey > was wassummoned was6ummoned wassummoned
summoned and dresssd t1ress his wounds woundsSheriff woundsSheriff WoundsSheriff
Sheriff Pope of Vernal Ulntah county
left this afternoon afernoon for that place with withFred withFred withFred
Fred Galllway and Joseph Hanson who whoare whoare whoare
are charged with grand larceny larcenyJudge larcenyJudge larcenyJudge
Judge McMaater of Salt Lake fs fsholding fsholding fsholdimr
holding juvenile court in this city cit today todayAV
AV V AA V Armstrong cashier of the First FirstNational FhstNational FirstNational
National bank of this city clt came up from fromSalt fromSalt fromSalt
Salt Lake La < e Tuesday morning
LEVAN NEWS NOTES NOTESSpecial NOTESSpecial NOTESSpecial
Special to Th HeraldRspublican HeraldRspublicanLfvan H raldRepubIlcanJ
Lfvan J evan Oct 19 19llr Mr Pierpont of the theProvo theProo theProve
Provo Iron foundry made a hurried visit visitto Islt Isltto
to Levan to Inspect the new heating plant plantbeing plantbeing plantbeing
being Installed at the Levan schoolhouse schoolhouseThe
The wellborlns machine In the Levan Lsvanridge Levanridge Levanridge
ridge has gone down 3GO 3 feet and has en encountered encountered encountered ¬
countered so much water that operations operationshave oper tlons tlonsat
have at been stopped for the present owing
to the fact that the sand etc washes In Inand Inand Inand
and practically blockades the progress of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the machine The drillers have now about aboutsixty aboutslxt aboutsixty
sixty slxt feet of water but are under contract contractwith contractwith contractwith
with tho state to go down COO O feet for the thepurpose thepurpose thepurpose
purpose of getting artesian water
CLOWARDS HOME BURNS BURNSSpecial BURNSSpecIal BURNSSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanMonroe
Monroe Ionro Oct 19 9The The residence of J JE JE JE
E Cloward was totallv totallVdestioed destroyed by fire fireFriday fireFriday fireFriday
Friday A defective flue was the cause causeThe causeTheloss
The Theloss loss was over 31O 1000 and andno jio insurance insuranceA
A subscription list was started < l and about about3x3
300 collected to help rebuild the home
SEALED VERDICT VERDICTI
WILL Of OPENED OPENEDDecision
Decision of Jury in Batonyi Di Divorce Divorce Divorce ¬
vorce Suit to Be Made MadeKnown MadeKnown MadeKnown
Known Today TodayNew
New York Oct 19 19A A jury In the su supreme supreme supreme ¬
preme court decided tonight whether whetherthe
the second matrimonial venture ot otFrank > > 1 11ranlt t tfrank
Frank Works daughter Frances FrancesAAorkBurkeRocheBatonyl FranceYorkBurkeRocheBatonyl FrancesVorkBurkeHocheBatonyl >
AAorkBurkeRocheBatonyl and the thesecond thesecond thesecond
second venture of her second husband husbandis husbanIs
is to be called off but the decision will willnot willnot 111 111nol
not be known until tomorrow when a asealed nsealed asealed
sealed verdict will be opened before beforeJustice beforJustice beforeJustice
Justice OGorman OGormanAurel OGormanAurel OGormanAurel
Aurel Batonyi a native of Austria Austriaand Austriaand Austriaand
and a former professional whip ana anahorseman amihorseman annhorsenton
horseman took the stand himself this thisafternoon thif thisafttrnoon
afternoon f rnoon to deny his wifes charges of ofimproper f funpropfr timproper
improper conduct with two women womenAfter womenAtter womenAfter
After much family history had beei beeiaired bee1lrcd beeaaired
aired counsel for both sides had hadsummed hadsummed hadsummed
summed and the court told the Jurors Jurorsf
it f they the accepted the denial by Batonyi Batonyithat Batonyithat Batonylthat
that he had visited an apartment in inCentral InCentral InCentral
Central Park West or had taken a tax tnxIcab taxIcab taxicab
Icab ride with Beatrice Blevalne an anactress anlctreEs anactrers
actress they must bring In a verdict in inhis Inhis inhis
his favor If on the other hand they
did not accept the denial there yet re remained remained tomained ¬
mained to them the duty of determin determining ¬
ing from the evidenceor or me seven wit witness witness witfleas ¬
ness for the plaintiff whether or not a astatutory nstatutory astatutory
statutory offense had been committed committedCrossexamination committedCrossexamInation committedCrossexamination
Crossexamination of the defendant defendantby
by Mrs Batonyis lawyer brought out outsome outsome outSome
some new sidelights on the case today todavWhat todayWhat todayWhat
What is your real name he was wasasked wasasked wasasked
asked askedAurel askedAu askedAurel
Aurel Au reI Batonyi BatonyiYou BatonylYou
You have ha1 ha another name nameTwo nameTwo nameTwo
Two other names responded d the thedefndant thedetndant thedefadant
defndant defndantWhat detndantVhat defadantWhat
What were they theyKohn theyKohn theyKohn
Kohn and Muremberg he replied repliedI
I changed my name just as the theAVorks lheYorks tileWorks
Works did Their name was originally origlnaIlVorth
Worth w when hen they v rere ere t > re sailors
RIDGEWAY RIDG EAY MADE MADETHE MADETHE
THE COMPLAINT COMPLAINTImmigration
Immigration Inspector Re Reqested Reqested Reqested
qested Permission to Arrest ArrestL
L Guiterrez De Lara LaraLos
Los Angeles Cal Oct 10 10Frlends Friends of ofL ofL ofL
L Guiterrez de Lara the Mexican au author author anthor ¬
thor and descendant d of a famous Span Spanish SpnnIsh Spanish ¬
ish family fnmll who Is In jail under under1orders orders ordersfrom ordersfrom ordersfrom
from the department of commerce and andlabor andlabor andlabor
labor at Washington assert that the theUnited thlUnited theUnIted
United States government cannot pros prosecute pro procute prosecute ¬
ecute him as an alien as he has been in inthis inthIs Inthis
this country more than three years ears He Heasserts Heasserts Heasserts
asserts that his recent return to Mex Mexico Mccleo lc lcIco ¬
ico with an American magazine writer writerto
to get material for a story on Bar Barbarous Barbarous Barbarous ¬
barous Mexico was but temporary temporaryand
and that he can be held now as an alien alienonly alienonly allenonly
only on technical grounds groundsWashington grountlsVashlngton groundsWashington
Washington Oct 19 19The The arrest of oft ofL ofL
L Guiterrez de Lara the Mexican at attorney attorney attorney ¬
torney and author at Los Angeles was wasauthorized wasauthorized wasauthorized
authorized by b the department of com commerce commerce coalmerco ¬
merce and labor here at the request of ofImmigration ofImmlgratton ofimmigration
Immigration Inspector RIdgeway RIdgewayThe
The i request came yesterday in a tele telegram telOgram telegram ¬
gram setting forth that De Lara should shouldbe
be taken into custody custod as an anarchist anarchistand anarchlflland
and as a person who entered the Unit United United United ¬
ed States without inspection The re request reQuest request ¬
quest was immediately granted by b Act Acting ActIng Acting ¬
ing Secretary McHarg McHargThe McHargTae IcHargT
The T e telegram furnished the only in information Information information ¬
formation about the case now on file filein filtIn filein >
in the department of commerce and In labor Inbor Inbor ¬
bor borThe
The Mexican will be given a hearing hearingby
by the authorities at Los Angeles wh whowill whwill whwill
will then transmit the evidence to the thedepartment thedepartmcnt thedepartment
department here
EXPLOSION HURLS BIG BIGBOULDER BIGBOULDER BIGBOULDER
BOULDER ON TO TRESTLE TRESTLESpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanNephi
Nephi Oct 19 19lue 19Tuesday Tuesday t1IlY evening the thequarrymen thequarrymen thequarrymen
quarrymen at the Nephi plaster mill put putIn putIn putin
In a charge of TOO 7 pounds of dynamite dynamiteand t1namlteand
and about 1000 pounds of black powder powderThe powderThe powderThe
The force was so great that it blew a big biggypsum biggpaum biggypsum
gypsum boulder weighing about three threetons threetons threetons
tons over the point of the lull destroying destroyingsome
some trestle work and about sixty feet feetof teetof feetof
of the big iron pipe flume Fragments of ofstone ofstone ofstone
stone were hurled through the roof roo and andInto andInto andinto
Into the ore bin Carpenters who had hadbeen hadb hadbeen
been b n working there had left a few min minutes minutes mm mmutes ¬
utes before bt > fore the explosion This will delay
the th starting of the new plaster mill for fora
a few days t1a
CITY COUNCIL APPOINTS APPOINTSTHE
THE ELECTION JUDGES JUDGESSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanEphraim HeraldRepublicanEphraim HeraldRepublicanEphrairn
Ephraim Oct 19 lSThe The following were wercappointed wereappointed wereappointed
appointed at the last meeting of the city citycouncil citycouncn citycouncil
council as election judges for the vari various van vanous arl arlous
ous districts districtsDistrict districtsDistrict districtsDistrict
District No 1 Frank Nielson Ephraim
Peterson P terson and Lewis Anderson AndersonDistrict AndersonDistrict AndersonDistrict
District No 2Lewls H Nielson 3 N
Jacobeen and Andrew Thorpe ThorpeDistrict ThorpeDistrict ThorpeDistrict
District No No3Peter S 3Peter Peter Lund James Ras Rnsmussen Rasmussen Rasmussen
mussen and Joseph Thorpe ThorpeDistrict ThorpeDistrict ThorpeDistrict
District No 4 Andrew > Armstrong S P PJensen PJensen PJensen
Jensen and Daniel Sorensen
150000 TROUT FRY FRYPUT FRYPUT FRYPUT
PUT IN FISH CREEK CREEKSpecial CREEKSpecial CREEKSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanScofield
Scofield Oct 19 19Nella Neils Aagard and Ah Ahthon Ahthon Ahthen
thon Madsen fish and game commission commissioners ¬
ers t > rs planted 150000 Ii trout fry In Fish creek creeknear cr creeknear k knear
near Scofield Scoflt > ld While Mr Aagard was here herehe herehe herehe
he spent some time In looking lookln up some of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the irregularities and violations Of the thegame thegame thegame
game laws George Kregres a Greek Greekhaving Greekhaving Greekhaving
having been arrested by Anthon Madsen Madsenwho Madsenwho Iadsenwho
who caught him with a grouse in his pos possession possession possession ¬
session was arraigned before Justice Justl JustlKeffer
Keffer and placed under 100 bond to ap appear apliear appear ¬
pear for trial on Monday next
SUNDAY LAW NULLIFIED NULLIFIEDSpecial NULLIFIEDSpecIal NULLIFIEDSpecial
Special to The HeraJdRepubllean HeraJdRepublleanLogan
Logan Oct 19 19The The ordinance under underwhich underhlch underwhich
which hlch the city authorities sought to close closethe closethe closethe
the cigar stands In the city on Sunday Sundaywas Sundawas
was nullified yesterday > when Judge JudgeMaughan JudbeInughan JudgeMaughan
Maughan In the case of Logan City vs vsLouis VIILouis vsLouis
Louis Buxton dismissed the action because because be because ¬
cause the > complaint was insufflclant
RUNSAWAinrOO RUr RUNS S AWAY AWAYTOO TOO OFTEN OFTENColored OFTENColored OFTENColored
Colored Lad Good Worker but Ob Objects Objects Objects ¬
jects to Many Licklns LicklnsArnett LicklnsAmEtt Licklnsrnett
Arnett Seals a colored boy 10 years yearsold yearsold yearsold
old was taken to th detention home yes yesterday yesterday OS OStarday ¬
terday by the juvenile officers The boy bo bohad
had been living with a white family familywhere famll famllwhere familywhere
where he did odd chores but he h ran away awayat
at frequent Intervals The Juvenile court courtofficers courtoffIcers courtofficers
officers did not find him for nearly two twoweeks twowCkl1 twoweeks
weeks after he had run away awa He Is a aWilling awilling awilling
Willing chap but says he got too many
Hckin s so he ran away Th Juvenile Juvenilecourt juenllecourt juvenilecourt
court officers are trying to find a home homefor homefor homefor
for him and believe he will work hard if ifgiven Ifgen ifgiven
given proper treatment
NEW TRIAL GRANTED GRANTEDAlbany GRANTEDAlbany GRANTEDAlbany
Albany Oct 19 19James James D DFarmer DFarmerwhose Farmer Farmerwhose Farmerwhose
whose wife Mary Farmer was electro electrocuted electrocuted electrocuted ¬
cuted in Auburn prison last March M rch for fortha forth forthe
the th murder of Mrs Sarah Brennan at atBrownsville atBrownsvllle atBrownsville
Brownsville Jefferson county and who whowas whowas whowas
was sentenced to death for complicity In Intho Inthe inthe
the same crime was granted a anew new trial trialtoday trIaltoday trialtoday
today by the court of appeals
SUPREME COURT COURTCUTS COURTCUTSSENTENCE
CUTS CUTSSENTENCE CUTSSENTENCEOregon SENHNCf SENHNCfOregon E
Oregon Banker Will Serve Five FiveInstead FiveInstead FiveInstead
Instead of 500 Years Yearsin
in Prison PrisonSalem PrisonSalem
Salem Ore Oct 19 19The The supreme supremecourt supremecourt supremecourt
court handed down an opinion today todayaffirming todayaffirmIng todayaffirmIng
affirming the decision of the lower court courtIn
In the case of J Thorburn Ross con convicted convicted convicted ¬
victed of having violated the state statebanking statebankIng statebanking
banking laws Ross was president of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Title Trust Savings bank of ofPortland ofPortland ofPortland
Portland and the failure of the th bank bankseveral banksever11 banksevert1
several years ago revealed a state of ofaffairs ofaffaIrs ofaffairs
I affairs of which cognizance was taken takenby takenby takenby
by the district attorney of Multonomaii Multonomaiicounty Multonomai1county Mu1tonomaicounty
county with the result that Ross was wasconvicted wasconvicted wasconvicted
convicted on various counts and sen sentenced sentenced seatenced ¬
tenced to an aggregate term of 500 500years 500years 500years
years In the penitentiary penitentiaryThe
The decision today reverses the ex extreme extreme cxtreme ¬
treme sentences but affirms a sentence sentenceof
of five years which Ross now must mustserve mU4tseIe mustserve
serve servePortland seIePortland servePortland
Portland Ore Oct 19 19Attorneys for forJ
J Thorburn Ross president of the de defunct defunct dofunct ¬
funct Title Trust Savings bank of ofthis ofthis ofthis
this city will take every possible step stepit
I it was said tcday to prevent Ross from fromserving froJmservIng fromserving
serving the fiveyear term In the pent penitentiary pemtentlary penttentiary ¬
tentiary affirmed by the state supreme supremecourt 5Uprempcourt supreniecourt
court courtIf
If Ross is able to get the case Into the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States courts he can stave off offccrvlng ofserving offserving
serving sentence for a year or more
CANNON ABLE TO TOOffEND TODEFENDHIMSELF I
OffEND DEFENDHIMSELF DEFENDHIMSELFSpeaker HIMSElf HIMSElfSpeaker I
i
Speaker Flays Insurgents of ofthe ofthe ofthe I
the LaFollette and andCummins andCummins andCummins
Cummins Stripe StripeElgin
Elgin 111 Oct 19 19Speaker Speaker Joseph G GCannon GCannon GCannon
Cannon tonight attacked the Republi Republican ¬
can Insurgents In congress and defended defendedhim dEfendet1him
him against various attacks In a ve vehement vehement yehement ¬
hement twohour address before the Il Illinois Illinois IIlinols ¬
linois Mayors association associationSpeaker assocIationSpeaker associationSpeaker
Speaker Cannon vigorously denied deniedthat deniedthat deniedthat
that his election as speaker was brought broughtabout broughtabout broughtabout
about through a deal with Tammany TammanyHall
Hall The speaker also asserted that thatRepresentative thatRepresentative thatRepresentative
Representative Fowler of New Jersey Jerseywas
was dropped as chairman of the house housecommittee bousecommittee housecommittee
committee on currency and banking be because because because ¬
cause of his refusal to report to the thehouse thchouse thehouse
house an emergency currency measure measureI
I was over In Iowa last week he hesaid hesaid hesaid
said and found that It Is isan an open se secret secret secret ¬
cret there that Senator Cummins not notonly notonly notonly
only purposes to Join hands with Bry Bryan Bt Btan ¬
an but says the agitation wlll 111 not stop stopand stopand stopand
and that he will appeal to the people peopleuntil peopleuntil peopleuntil
until the tariff Is revised according to tohis tohis tohis
his notions notionsIn
In this campaign to be waged by bySenator b bSenator bySenator
Senator Cummins the Issue appears to tobe tobe tobe
be whether the seven fj ven senators and the thetwenty thetwenty thetwenty
twenty members of the house who voted votedagainst votedagainst votedagainst
against the tariff bill constitute the Re Republican Republlcm1 Republicarl ¬
publican party or whether the majori majority majorty ¬
ty of the Republican members of con congress congress congress ¬
gress and the President make up the theRepublican theRepublican theRepublican
Republican party partyThese partyThese partyThese
These people under the leadership of ofSenator ofSenntor ofSenator
Senator Cummins and LaFollette call callthemselves calIthcmselves callthemselves
themselves Republicans but If they are arethen arethen arethen
then I am something else
JOHtJ WiSE WiSEHOll HOLDS RECORD RECORDSt
St Louis Mo Oct 19 19The The contro controversy controversy controversy ¬
versy over the long distance balloon balloonspeed baUoonspeed balloonspeed
speed record which resulted last night nightIn
In the unearthing of the fact that Pro Professor Professor Professor ¬
fessor T S C Lowe head of the Lowe Loweobservatory Loweobseryator Loweobservatory
observatory covered 500 miles In nine ninehours ninehours ninehours
hours In April 1561 took anew a new turn turntodav turntoday turntoday
today when it was discovered here that thatJohn thatJohn thatJohn
John Wise surpassed this speed two twoyears twoyearg twoyears
years earlier earlierWises earlierVises earlierVises
Vises voyage according to local rec records records teeords ¬
ords started from St Louis and ended endedat
at Henderson N Y He sailed over this thisstretch thisstretch thisstretch
stretch of territory 1150 miles in an air airline allline airline
line in nineteen hours making a frac fraction fraction fraction ¬
tion over sixtymiles an hour Profes Professor ¬
sor Lowes rate was fiftyfive and five fiveninths fivenInths fivenlnths
ninths miles an hour hourThe hourThe hourThe
The discussion began following the theclaim theclaim theclaim
claim that A B Lambert and S L LVon LVon LVon
Von Puhl of St Louis had established establisheda
a new record by b their flight from St StLouis StLouis StLouis
Louis Friday last la t they making an av average average average ¬
erage of fortyfour fort four miles an hour to a apoint apoint apoint
point In Dorchester county South Caro Carolina CaroIIna Caro1mg ¬
lina They based their claim to a rec record record teeord ¬
ord upon the fact that they had ex exceeded exceeded oxeceded ¬
ceeded the speed made by A Holland HollandForbes HollandForbes HollandForbes
Forbes of New York and Max Feisch Feischmann Felshmann Feischmann
mann of Cincinnati on Oct 13 when the thelatter thtlatter thclatter
latter pair won the Lahm cup by flying
731 1 miles at an average speed of lhlrt lhlrtelCht thirty thirtyeight thirtyeight
eight miles an hour
THEJEATH THE DEATH DEATHRECORD DEATHRECORDJohn RECORD RECORDJohn
John S McGill McGillLlano McGillLlano McGillLlano
Llano Tex Oct 19 19John John S McGill
45 years of age widely known news newspaper newspaper newspaper ¬
paper man In various cities died here herethis herethIs herethis
this afternoon afternoonMr
Mr III McGill had been on the staff of ofnewspapers ofnewspapers ofnewspapers
newspapers of New York New Orleans Orleansand Orleansand Orleansand
and San Francisco FranciscoCaesar FranciscoCaesar FranciscoCaesar
Caesar Lombroso LombrosoTurin LombrosoTurin LombrosoTurin
Turin Oct 19 19Caesar Caesar Lombroso the thenoted thenoted thenoted
noted Italian crlmlnalogist and alienist alienistdied nllsnlstdied alienistdied
died today He was born at Venice In InNovember InNovember inNovember
November 1836 18 1S3 Professor Lombroso was waswidely waswidely waswidely
widely known for his studies in criminal criminalogy
ogy
Rev Adrian Van Hulst HulstChicago HulstChicago HuistChicago
Chicago Oct 19 10Rev Rev Adrian Van VanHulst VanHulst VanHulet
Hulst aged S3 years one of the oldest oldestpriests oldestpriests oldestpriests
priests 1n the ITnlted States was found founddead founddead founddead
dead in his room at St Ignatius college collegehere collegehere collegehere
here today of accidental asphyxiation asphyxiationFather nsphxlatlonFathtr asphyxiationFather
Father Van Hulat was vas ordained a priest priestIn
In 1S39 and sixty years ago a was a profes professor ¬
sor of mathematics In St Louis Lo ls univer university university unlversit ¬
sity sit St Louis Mo He had been engaged engagedIn i
In charitable work in Chicago for thirty thirtyyears thirtycar8 thirtyyears
years car8
UNITED STATES STAUSCOULD STATESCOULDSTAND
COULD COULDSTAND STAND IT ITFrance ITFrance
France Would Be at Tremen Tremendous Tremendous Tremendous ¬
dous Disadvantage in inWar inWar inWar
War of Tariffs TariffsWashington TariffsYallhlngton TariffsWashington
Washington Oct 19 Government of officials officials officlals ¬
ficials here are not disposed > d to regard regardthe
the action of France In deciding to as assess assess assess ¬
sess the maximum rate of duty dut against againstall
all Imports from the United States a aan Ran aan <
an evidence of her intention to enter enterinto enterinto
into a l tariff war with this government governmentOn
On Aug 7 last President Taft In pur pursuance putsuance ¬
suance of the provisions of section 4 4of 1 1of 1of
of our new tariff act gave formal no notice notice notice
tice to France Switzerland and Bul Bulgaria Bulsarla Buigarb ¬
garb that our commercial agreements agreementswith
with them would be terminated on Oct
31 of this year yearFrance yearFrance e r
France more than any other country countrin countryin >
in Europe has discriminated against againstAmerican againstAmerican againstAmerican
American products Germany gives to tothe tnthe tothe
the United States her minimum rates rateson rateon <
on about 05 l5per per cent of our exportations exportationsInto
Into that country France however howeverhas howeerbps howeverhas
has charged this country her maximum maximumrates maxImummtes maximumrates
rates on all exportations with the ex exception exception exception ¬
ception of a very few articles enume enumerated enumeratd enuinerated ¬
rated in section 3 of the Dingley tariff tariffact tariffact tariffact
act actThe
The effect of having to pay the Unit United UnltOd United ¬
ed States maximum mn lmum rates would un undoubtedly undoubtedlbf Undoubt ¬
doubtedly doubt dly be to put France to a tre tremendous tremendous tremendous ¬
mendous disadvantage lsachnntagc as 81 compared comparedwith compare
with wih ith practically prtcalr all al other oth r European Europn na natigns nRtIQns antfQns
tigns on handling hanrlnl American good goodAmerica goodsAmerica
America Is probably Frances best mar market marttet marlcet ¬
ket for her hEr champagnes ChRmpngnes brandies > f and andother andthr anlother
other < wines wlnC
SUICIDE S JCJDE OF FI FINANCIER FINANCIERBaltimore ANCIER ANCIERBaltmort ER ERBaltimore
Baltimore Baltmort > Oct 19 19Henry Henry A Worth Worthsecretary Worthsecretary WortksecrOtary
secretary of the chamber ° r of commerce commerceand commfr commerceand
and one of the leading lldlnt grain 1131n statisticians statisticiansof
of the country shot himself lmsel at his home homeat 1loe 1loeat
at 01 Van VaT fibber Blbor Md yesterday ypsterdav and an di died diAdlast diedlast d dlast
last night night He was WR 55 5 5 years earR old Mr MrAVorth MrWorth Ir Irorth
Worth orth was Involved ImolVld In considerable per personal pe personal ¬
It Is believed believedhe bt >
sonal financial trouble and I Iewd Iewdhe
he ended his life while despondent lepondent
MAN BURNED TO DEATH DEATHSeattle DEATHSeaUle DEATHSeattle
Seattle Wash Oct 19 191h 19The Th fire fre that thatdestroyed thatdestryed thatdestroyed
destroyed the Denver hotel in Ballard Ballardearly Bllaro BllaroOarl Ballardearly
early Oarl today caused the death of Edwin EdwinBurch EdwinBurh EdwinBunch
Burch Burh who had arrived from Alaska yes yestcrdav ye yestcrlay
tcrdav tCrlay Three Threo other men were wlre seriously seriouslyperhaps seriou8lyperhaps seriouslyperhaps
perhaps fatally fatalY burned burnede
e I
AGE LIMIT REACHED REACHEDAAashington REACHEDYasblngton REACHEDWashington
Washington Oct 19 19I 19It It was announced announcedat announc
at the navy na department dpnrrent today that Rear RearAdmiral RearAdmiral RearAdmiral
Admiral Gottfried Blockltinger BloklUnger would be betransferred betransferrd betransferred
transferred transferrd to the retired retred list on account accountof
of ag or or Oct 23 2 and that Rear Admiral AdmiralThomas At1mlralThomns AdmiralThomas
Thomas C McLean would b ° retired on onOct onOt onOct
Oct 23 Z for the same reason
PHYSICIANSLOSING HYSICIANS LOSING HOPE HOPECondition lOPECondition
Condition of Patrick Patck H McCarren McCarrenNow McCaen McCaenNow
Now Said to Be Extreme Extremely Etremely ¬
ly Precarious PrecariousNew Precarous PrecarousNew
New York Oct 19 19Patrck 19Patrick Patrick H Mt MtCarren McCaren MeCarren
Carren Caren state stte senator sntr and Democratic Democraticleader ImorUc ImorUcIler 1emocraticleader
leader Iler of Brooklyn Brklyn who was wa eliminated elmlnat eliminatedfrom ° d dfrom dCom
from Com the municipal muniPl campaign emr > ign by a sud sudden sudden sudden ¬
den attack at k of appendicitis apnlct which ne necessitated nC noceaeitate ¬
cessitated clate an Immediate Immtlte operation oprton was wasagain W8 wasagain
again In an af extremely extremly precarious prerlou8 con condition condItn conditlon ¬
dition dItn tonight tonightHe
He has ha been ben reported repte MS dying at atvarious atvarioW atvanioua
various varioW times tme since sinc the operation oprtin Wed Wednesday Wednesday Ye ¬
nesday nesy but ut had ha rallied rIe well wel until untl a re relapse r tolapee ¬
lapse llI8 today tday caused cus by an almost almOt sleep sleepless slep sleplesB sleepless ¬
less night and an attack attck of hiccoughs hlccoughwhich hiccoughewhich hiccoughswhich
which racked ncked his weakened wekene body by and andaggravated andaggrvated andaggravated
aggravated aggrvated the condition cndIton of a flutter fluttering futter futterin fluttering ¬
ing in heart heartHe hert hertfe heartHe
He fe Improved Improve little ltle If I any during the theday thet1a theday
day t1a and tonight it was wa evident that his hisphysicians hisphysicans hisphysicians
physicians physicans were less le sanguine snpulne than at atany ata atan
any a an time tme since lnc he was stricken strickenSenator strickenSenator strickenSenator
Senator McCarren continued contnue to t grow growworse gow gowwore growworse
worse wore as a the night progressed pogea At mid raidnight midnIght midnight
night Dr Hughes said saidSenator sId sIdenator saidSenator
Senator McCarrens McCarens condition condion Is very veryserious ver veryserious
serious and I can give but little Utle en encouragement e encouragement ¬
couragement but he is making a brave bravefight bravef bravefight
fight f ht

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