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CROWD ATTHEAT ATTHEATNext AT TDEA ThEATRE ThEATRENext IRE IRENext
Next Mayor Gives Convinc Convincing Convincing Convincing ¬
ing Reasons for His Election Electionto
to That Office OfficeSenator OfficeHIS
HIS DECLARATION OF PRINCIPLES PRINLIPlESenator PRINCIPLESSenator
Senator Sutherland Makes Brilliant BrilliantAddress BrilliantAddress BrilliantAddress
Address Urging Salt SaitLake Lake Citizens Citizensto
to Put an End to Strife StrifeJAMES Str StrifeJAMES fe feJAMES
JAMES D MURDOCHS DECLARATION OP PRINCIPLES PRINCIPLESI
I will to the best of my ability safeguard the Interest of the people In ao far faras faras farus
as I am able with the assistance of the council and the heads of departments departmentsThere
There will ba equal rights extended to all and special privileges to none noneI
I will endeavor to bring about competition In all classes of public contracts contractsand
will receive fair and courteous treat treatiavOTubHcprovemena treatment treatinent
and beg to assure as ure all bidders that they S
ment at my hands handsI
iavOTubHcprovemena I favor public improvements of all kinds that will add to the comfort and Im Improvement Improvemont Iraprovemont ¬
provemont of this community Every family in this city Is Justly entitled to a aliteral aliteral aliheral
literal supply sup ly of pure water Cement sidewalks should and must be extended extendedwherever extendedwherever extendedwherever
wherever the people desire them and are willing to furnish the money to pay paythe paythe paythe
the cost of constructing the same sameSewers sameSewers sameSewers
Sewers should and must be extended In all directions and connections to toeamo toBUmo tosame
same enforced in order that the public health may not suffer and the ever everrecurring everrecurring everrecurring
recurring periods when contagious diseases prevail in our fair city may be dim elimI ellmmated dimmated
mated as far a1 possible possibleI
I favor street paving wherever the abutters on the streets to be paved shall shallpetition shallP shallpcttlon
petition P > UUon the city council to have the Improvement made in so far as the city Is Isable Isable Isable
able to pay for its share of the Improvement made madeI
I favor and will constantly endeavor to limit contracts In size and extent extentIn
In order that the man or men with limited capital may have the th opportunity opportunityto
to get their share of all public work and on all large Jobs to so divide the work workthat workthat workthat
that parties equipped with tools and machinery to perform part of the worn wo may maycome maycome maycome
come in competition with those who are prepared to do all the labor and fur furnish furnish furnthh ¬
nish all the material to complete the same sameI
I cordially recommend the proposition now under consideration by the school schoolboard IIchoolboard schoolboard
board of this city to build and equip a magnificent High School building that will willbe willbe wiltbe
be In harmony with the he many grand school buildings we now possess and be a aBouroe alIour asoure
Bouroe lIour of delight aud a d admiration to all friends of education at homo as well as the theadmiration theadmiration theadmfraUon
admiration of all our visitors from abroad and will gladly vote for bonds to tocondemrtie tobuild tobuild
build the same sameI
I condemrtie condemn the methods heretofore In vogue of the party In power taking the theInitiative thetnlUattve theinitiative
Initiative in inaugurating improvements without the knowledge and consent of orproperty ofJlropert ofproperty
property owners along the line of the proposed Improvement and carried out with withthe withthe withthe
the purpose In view of furnishing favored contractors with large Jobs at exorbi exorbitant exorbitant exorbitant ¬
tant prices to the great Injury of the taxpayers of Salt Lake LakeI
I will extend the same courtesies court les to the man In overalls as I will to those of ofour ofour ofour
our citizens who may be better equipped with the necessaries and the luxuries luxuriesof
of everyday life remembering always that I too have been a workingman and andIflrmyblvethat andproud andproud
proud to acknowledg It ItI ItI
Iflrmyblvethat I firmly believe that public office Is a public trust and the acts of public publicmen pUblicmen pubUcmen
men are fit subjects for public criticism Public officers are the servants of ofthe ottho ofthe
the people and as such are responsible only to the people
James D Murdock won his election as asmayor asmayor asmayor
mayor of Salt Lake last night In a asp speech speechof ch chot
of thirty minutes at t the Salt lake the theatre thoatre theafro ¬
atre and Senator George Sutherland de delivered delivered delivered ¬
livered a brilliant address which will go gofar gotar gofar
far towards towardsgettlng getting the American party partythe partythe partythe
the defeat It deserves deservesThe deservesThe deservesThe
The occasion was a Republican rally rallywhich rallywhlh rallychih
which filled the theatre and was marked markedby
by outbursts of enthusiasm which sounded soundedvortory soundedvoto soundedvottor
vortory voto for the Republicans and a guar guarantee guaantee gustentee ¬
antee of a businesslike administration of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the city affairs of Salt Lake LakeJames LakeTames LakeJames
James D Murdoch Republican candi candidate candidate candidate ¬
date for mayor presented facts and fig figures flguros figurs ¬
ures regarding the graft of American Americanparty Americanparty Americanparty
party misrule which formed the most mostconvincing mostconvincing mostcnvinclng
convincing argument possible for wrest wresting W18stllg wrestig ¬
ing the power of robbery from the pres present present preseat ¬
ent administration and putting the gov government govrnmint govcrnmnt ¬
ernment of Salt Lake into the hands of ofhoip athont ofhot
hot t and an capable business men menFor menl menFcr
For l < l r onehalf hour the next mayor of ofSalt ofSalt ofSalt
Salt Lake simply told the taxpayers how howmuch howmuch howmuch
much had been stolen from them by the theAmerican theAmerican theAmerican
American party giving specific Instances Instancesby
by the score scoreIt
It was a story of bold and despicable despicablerobbery despicablerCbbery despicablerobbery
robbery perpetrated by the American ad adrrfrustration admni3traUon administration
ministration that gave the thousands of oftaxpayers ofta oftaxpayers
taxpayers ta payers food for reflection until time timefor timerr timefr
for them th m to cast their ballots on Novem Noverabt Novembtr
bt btr btrknator > r 2 2Senator
Senator r1nator George Sutherlands address addressw
w VII s a masterpiece of strong argument In InT Inhlh Inrh1ih
T hioh he urged the citizens of Salt Lake Laketn
tn t put an end to the conditions of strife strifeexisting strifeexisting strifeexisting
existing in Salt Lake which could only onlybo onlybo onlybe
bo done through the overthrow of the thepartv theparty theparty
party conceived through the disappointed disappointedambtlons disappointednmbtlons disappointednmb4tlons
ambtlons of one man which originated originatedfrom originatedfrcm originatedfrcm
frcm nowhere was tied to nothing save saveUs saveIts
Us own narrowness and bigotry and was wasbound wasbound wasbound
bound for the place from whence it came cameTt cameTt cameTh
Tt Salt Lake theatre had been beautl beautlfull beautlfUIJ beautifi1y
full fi1y decorated with American flags and andr andrtures II IIrtures
r rtures tures of President Taft more flags flagsbelr flagsb flagsheir
heir b lrg displayed than have ever been seen seenf1 seenfr
1 f1 the old auditorium Old Glory was die displayed dlsJ1aed dieTTayed ¬
played from every conceivable point of ofv ofantage ofantage
v antage and Immense flags were hung hungfrom hungfrom hungfrom
from the ceiling and others formed cur curtarns curtaIns curtame
tarns for the boxos boxosLarge boxQ8Large boxqsLarge
Large Crowd Present PresentIt
It wan nearly 830 before the Taft Re Republican Republican Bepublican ¬
publican drum corps arrived and there therewas therewas therewas
was only room on the lower floor for the themusicians themusicians themusicians
musicians who flld down to the two twofront twofr twofrnt
front fr nt rows and played a selection while whileti
ti ushers were seating the late comers comersSeated comersfatEd cornersseated
Seated on the stag were many proml promlnert proml71ll1t promirnt
nert citizens including Senator George GeorgeSrtherland GeorgeBI GeorgeSrtherland
Srtherland BI James D Murdoch James JamesPevine JamesDene JamesPevne
Pevine chairman of the meeting Fred FredC FredLoofbourow
C C Loofbourow city chairman Parley ParleyJensen ParleyJensen I ITEMtn
Jensen secretary of the city committee committeeColonel committeeColnel
I
Colonel George B Squires Squl s Postmaster A AL AL AS AL
L Thomas Colonel M M 1 > L Kaighn Fred FredPrlcr FredPrk FredPdc
S Prlcr Prk State Senator Carl A Badger H HL HL HL
L Nelson and others othersSeveral othersSeveral otherseveraI
Several selections were given by the thedrum thedrum thedrum
drum corps and a double quartette won wonmerited wonmerited wonmerited
merited applause slnsng America The TheContinued TheContinued TheContinued
Continued on Pago 2
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ANTITRUST lAW lAWWILL LA LAi1LL
WILL BE TESTED TESTEDThree
Three Large Cotton Companies CompaniesIn
In Oklahoma Indicted by byGrand byGrand byGrand
Grand Jury JuryGuthrle JuryGuthrie
4 4Glthrle
Guthrie Okla k1a Oct 23 Indictments 23Indlctmentswere Indictmentswere
were formally filed hero this afternoon afternooncharging afternoonchllrlng afternoonchargIng
charging three of the largest cotton pur purchasing purchasIn purchasing ¬
chasing ginning and oil mill concerns of ofOklahoma otOklahOMl ofOklahoma
Oklahoma with alleged violations of tho thofederal thofederal thefederal
federal and state antitrust laws lawsThe lawsThe lawsThe
The defendants are tho Houghton HoughtonDouglas HoughtonDou HoughtoxtDouglas
Douglas Dou lAs company W H Coylo company companyand companyand companyand
and the Lawton Cotton company firms firmswhich firmswhloh fIrmwhich
which control at least twelve other small smaller maller ¬
er corporations The indictments will It ItIs
Is mid nlel affect soventyflve persons in including IncludIng including ¬
cluding omo of tho most prominent men menin menIn menIn
in tho state Their names will not bo bomade bomade bemade
made public until warrants have been se secured securoCl securOd ¬
cured curedTh curoCllha curOdThe
Th Oklahoma laws provide either A Afine 1 1fIno afine
fine or Imprisonment The Indictments Indictmentswere
were returned following a grand Jury In Investigation Inve8t1 investigatlon ¬
vestigation ve8t1 I1t1an which has been proceeding proceedinghero proceedlnhero
hero under the th direction ot Attorney AttorneyQeneral AttorneyGenofal AttorneyGeneral
General Charles West of Oklahoma Fol Following FolJowlnl Following ¬
lowing the returning of the Indictments Indictmentsthis
this afternoon Mr lr West Bold that he hewould hewould hewould
would continue tho probing problnJovor over tho on entiro ontlro ontire
tire cotton district of Oklahoma
MAKING SHOW Of OfUHP OF1EEPMOURNING
1EEPMOURNING 1EEPMOURNINGFlags UHP MOURNINGFlags
Flags at Half Mast on City Hall Hallin Hallin Hallin
in New York and Other OtherPublic OtherPublic OtherPublic
Public Buildings BuildingsNew
New York Oct 28 2The The body of Pat Patrick Patrlok Patrick ¬
rick H McCarren state senator and andleader andleader andleader
leader of Brooklyn who died early this thismorning thismornIng thismorning
morning will bo burled from St Vin Vincent VIncent Vincent ¬
cent de Pauls Roman Catholic church churchIn
In the heart of his political stronghold strongholdnext
next Tuesday morning To his friends
he had expressed the wish that his hisfuneral hisfuneral hisfuneral
funeral be as simple as possible Flags Flapswere Flagswere Flagswere
were at half mast today on the city
hall of Greater New York and every everypublic everypUblic everypublic
public building In Brooklyn BrooklynTestimonials BrooklynTestimonials BrooklynTestimonials
Testimonials of regard and expres expressions exPressions expresstone ¬
sions of regret have deluged the rela ¬
tives today toda todaCharles
Charles Murphy leader of Tammany
Hall and McCarrens bitterest political politicalenemy polIticalenemy politicalenemy
enemy said of him today
I have always admired Senator Mc ¬
Carrens ability as a leader and the thecourage thecourage thecourage
courage with which he fought for what
he believed to be right All our dif differences differences differences ¬
ferences were political not personal
Speaking of McCarrens probable suc successor succeSBor successor ¬
cessor to the Democratic leadership of
Brooklyn Joseph Cassidy Cassld formerly
borough president of Queens county countysaid countysaid countysaid
said tonight tonightThis tonightThis tonightThis
This ends Tammanys fight for
Brooklyn Tammany never desired to togo togo togci
go Into Brooklyn except as against Mc ¬
Carren Now that he is gone there therewill therewill therewill
will be no more reaching across the theriver theriver theriver
river
MORE AFFIDAVITS SECURED SECUREDAssertions
Assertions of Edward N Barrill Re Regarding Regarding Regarding ¬
garding Mt McKinleys Ascent AscentContradicted AscentContradicted Ascentcontiadictea
Contradicted by His Partner PartnerMIssoula PartnerMissoUla PartnerMissoula
MIssoula Mont Yo nt Oct 23 23An An affidavit affidavitcontradicting amdaYltcontradicting affidavitcontradicung
contradicting the assertions of Edward EdwardN
N Barrill In his affidavit declaring that thatDr thatDr thatDr
Dr Cook did not reach the summit of ofMount ofIount ofMount
Mount McKInley was secured by the theattorneys theattorneys theattorneys
attorneys representing Dr F A Cook CookIn
In this city today from C G Brldgford Brldgforduntil
until recently a partner with Barrill Barrlllin Barrlllinthe In Inthe Inthe
the real estate business In Hamilton HamiltonMont HamiltonMont HamiltonMont
Mont Other affidavits contradicting contradictingstatements contradictingstatements contradictingstatements
statements made by Barrill and show showIng showIng showIng
Ing that the latter made contradictory contradictorystatements contradictorystatements contradictorystatements
statements before he made his affidavit affidavitwere affidavitwere affidavitwere
were also secured by the attorneys atlorne s but buthave buthave buthave
have not yet been made public Brldg ¬
ford will leave here Monday for New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York where he will appear as a wit witness witness witness ¬
ness In support of the sworn statement
he has made
HANDSOME ATHLETIC ATHLETICFIELD ATHLETICFIELD ATHLETICFIELD
FIELD DEDICATED DEDICATEDReno
Reno Nev Oct 23 23Thls This morning at atthe atthe atthe
the state university Clarence H Mac
kay dedicated to the university the
handsome athletic field with the elab elaborate elaborate elaborate ¬
orate training quarters which have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been built b llt at his expense for the col college college Callege ¬
lege In a short speech Mackay con consigned consigned consigned ¬
signed the athletic field to the vigor and andmanhood andmanhood andmanhood
manhood of the state and dwelt short shortly shortly shortly ¬
ly upon the part athletics play In col college college eellege ¬
lege life Mr Mackay was followed by
Colonel George Harvey editor of Har Harpers Harpers Hatpers ¬
pers Weekly who spoke at length on onthe onthe onthe
the relation of athletics and study Mr MrHarveys MrHarveys MrHarveys
Harveys address was the principal one oneot oneof
01 the day
FARMER GOES FREE FREEWatertown FREEWatertown FREEWatertown
Watertown N Y Oct 21 J3James James D 3
Farmer will not be tried again for the themurder themurder themurder
murder of Sarah Brennan at Brownvllle Brownvlllea
a crime for which Fanners wife was waselectrocuted waseJectrocut waselectrocuted
electrocuted d according to an announce announcement announcement announcement ¬
ment of the district attorney today The Thacourt Thecourt Thecourt
court of appeals appe ls this week held that thatFarmer thatFarmer thatFarmer
Farmer who had been condemned to todeath todeath todeath
death was convicted on Improper evi evidence eYldonce cvidonce ¬
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FIVE HUNDRED IIUNDDOLUR DOLLAllS REWARD REWARDPretty I IPretty
Pretty Dolly Dimples will arrive in Salt lake tomorrow and after looking over the city wffl appear appearin app81in
in front of The HeraldRepublican office promptly at six oclock oclockShe oclockShe oclockShe
She will appear without any disguise affording all an opportunity of seeing her After making her herappearance herappearance herappearance
appearance and satisfying those present as to her real identity Dolly win suddenly disappear disappearPromptly disappearPromptly disappearS
S Promptly at the stroke of seven oclock the reward of 500 is in effect and Dolly Dimples will re reappear reappear reappear ¬
appear at the corner of Main and Second South streets between betweenseven seven and eight oclock in one of her dis disguises disguises disguises ¬
guises ° which has baffled affledsomeEthe some of the most motUf8 ittostrous us sleuths S I IjI on the th continent She Showill will mingle w wvrnBi freely freelyvr freelyvt
vrnBi vr vt ji it the 1Iss ussemblage assemblagefgivm nblage S ignLy g giving 7a1l iimu all g a v chance S to apprehend apprehenIf j her herIf hrIf
If you capture her The HeraldRepublican will pay the following rewards
500 in GOLD if the captor shows Miss Dolly Dimples a receipt for subscription to toThe toThe toThe
The HeraldRepublican paid up to October 151910 15 1910 and a copy of The HeraldRepubli HeraldRepublican ¬
can of the days issue and use the following words of identification PARDON ME MEYOU MEYOU MEYou
YOU ARE THE MYSTERIOUS MISS DOLLY DIMPLES OP THE DAILY AND SUN SUNDAY SUNDAY SUNDAY
DAY HERALDREPUBLICAN
300 in GOLD if the captor shows Miss Dolly Dimples a paidup subscription re recepit recepit recepit
cepit to The HeraldRepublican to November 251909 25 1909 and a copy of The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanof
of the days issue and use the following words of identification PARDON ME YOU ARE ARETHE ARETHE ARETHE
THE MYSTERIOUS MISS DOLLY DIMPLES OF THE DAILY AND SUNDAY HER HERALDREPUBLICAN HERALDREPUBLICAN HERALDREPUBLICAN
ALDREPUBLICAN
200 in GOLD to any captor who shows Miss Dolly Dimples a copy of The Herald HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublican HeraldRcpublican
Republican of the days issue and uses the following words of identification PARDON PARDONME
ME YOU ARE THE MYSTERIOUS MISS DOLLY DIMPLES OF THE DAILY AND ANDSUNDAY ANDSUNDAY ANDSUNDAY
SUNDAY HERALDREPUBLICAN HERALDREPUBLICANThe
The reward is effective at all hours of the day and night after eleven a m From the time the thepaper thepaper thepaper
paper is issued five a m until eleven e m Miss Dimples has her freedom but at all other hours the thecontest thecontest thecontest
contest is open openIf
If you have addressed Miss Dolly Dimples using the exact words above given and hold to her view viewa
a paidup receipt and copy of The HeraldRepublican of the days issue she will at once admit her iden identity identity identity ¬
tity take you to The HeraldRepublican office and one of the above three rewards will be paid paidWhen paidWhen paidWhen
When you arrive at The HeraldRepublican office you will be required to make an affidavit that thatyou thatyou thatyou
you have been a resident of Utah for the past ninety days The reward will not be paid to any outsider outsiderbut outsiderbut
but only to a bona fide resident of the state of Utah This rule effectually prohibits any collusion and andmakes andmakes andmakes
makes this contest of skill absolutely fair and above board boardBoys boardBoys boardBoys
Boys under 18 years of age are also prohibited from securing the reward and will not be recognized recognizedin
in the contest The same rule applies to any person directly or indirectly connected with The Herald HeraldRepublican EemlRepublican l lRepublican
Republican or any an member of his or her family familyHere familyHere fainflyHere
Here is a chance for some person to display cleverness and at the same time secure a free gift of ofone ofone ofone
one of the three rewards rewardsMiss rewardsMiss rewardsMiss
Miss Dimples will positively not recognize anyone detaining her for any length of time in order to pro procure prooure proonre ¬
cure a HeraldRepublican or anyone in any way whatever who stops her longer onger than a reasonable period periodin
in order to repeat the salutation correctly It must be distinctly understood that Miss Dolly Dimples will willimmediately willimmediately willimmediately
immediately admit her identity if correctly saluted There will be no need of holding her at any time either eitherbetween eitherbetween eitherbetween
between the hours that the contest is enforced or when it is not
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IMAGE OF Vl VlRussian VIRGIN ROB8fO ROB8fORussian
Russian Bandits Obtain Pearls Ed Edmonds mamonds Diamonds ¬
monds and Jewelry Worth Sev Several Several Several ¬
eral Million Roubles RoublesCzenstochwa RoublesCzenstochwa RoublesCzenstochwa
Czenstochwa Russian Poland Oct 23 23During 23During 23During
During the night robbers entered the thechapel thechapel thechapel
chapel here and despoiled the much re revered reyered revered ¬
vered Image of the Virgin of the robe robewith robewith robewith
with Its pearls the diamond studded studdedcrown studdedcrown studdedcrown
crown and many votive offerings of ofJewelry oCjewelry ofjewelry
Jewelry The Image Itself was wasnot not dam damaged damaged damaged ¬
aged The objects stolen have an In Intrinsic IntrinsIc Intrinsic ¬
trinsic value of several million roubles roublesToday roublesToday roublesToday
Today the chapel which had closed up upon upon upon
on the discovery of the outrage was wassurrounded wassurrounded wassurrounded
surrounded with a great crowd of weep weeping weepIng weepIng ¬
ing and praying men and women womenThe womenThe womenThe
The convent at Czenstochwa Is fa famous famous famous ¬
mous for Its representation of the Vir Virgin Virgin Virgin ¬
gin arid attracts probably a quarter of ofa ota ofa
a million pilgrims annually Formerly FormerlyIt
It was as Strongly fortified
CABLES AFFECTED AFFECTEDBY
BY MAGNETIC STORM STORMNew
New York Oct 23 23A A pronounced pronouncedmagnetic pronouncedmagnetic pronouncedmagnetic
magnetic storm seriously affected affectedsome atfectedsome affectedsome
some of the Atlantic cables today At Attimes Attimes AtUmes
times the magnetic currents wore so BOstrong soatrong sostrong
strong as a to eliminate the cable cur currents currents currents ¬
rents This Is the third serious experl experience experlencowlth experlenco ¬
ence encowlth with the socalled aurora boreal borealis
Is on the Atlantic cables during the thelast thelast thelast
last month monthThe monthThe monthThe
The phenomenon had somewhat sub subaided subsided subsided
sided this afternoon
FANCY PRiCE PfcCEBig PftLCEFOR FOR COTTON COTTONBig
Big Mills in North and South Caro Carolina Cllrolina Carolina ¬
lina Close Down in Order to toCurtail toCurtail toCurtail
Curtail Production ProductionNew
New York Oct 23 23The The predicted 14 14cent 1 1cent 14cent
cent level was reached In the cotton cottonmarket cottonmarket cottonmarket
market this morning March cotton cottonsold cottonsold cottonsold
sold at that figure and May advanced advancedto advan ed edto
to about 51 1 per bale over Fridays close closeThere closeThere closeThere
There was excited buying Inspired by byspinners byspinners byspinners
spinners takings strength of foreign foreignmarkets foreignmarkets foreignmarkets
markets and expectation that the cen census census cciiBus ¬
sus bureaus ginning figures on Monday Mondaywould Mondaywould Mondaywould
would confirm small crop estimates estimatesRaleigh cstimatesRaleIgh estimatesRaleigh
Raleigh N C Oct 23 23The The boar ol olgovernors otgovernors ofgovernors
governors of the American Textile Textileso as association assoclatlon ¬
elation so today ordered all the big cot cotton cotton cotton ¬
ton mills of North and South Carolina Carolinato
to close down today for a period of offrom otfrom offrom
from fourteen to thirty days In order to tocurtail tocurtail tocurtail
curtail the manufacture of cotton cottonCharlotte cottonCharlotte cottonCharlotte
Charlotte N C Oct 23 According 23Accordlngto Accordingto
to a report from Spartansburg S C Ctoday ctoday Ctoday
today eeven big cotton mills near there thereemploying thereemplo thereemploying
employing emplo ing 10000 operatives closeddown closeddowntoday closed closeddowntoday down downtoday
today
NEW IDAHO BANK BANKSpecial BANKSpeolal BANKSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanWashington HeraldRepublicanWashIngton HeraldRepublicanWashington
Washington D C Oct 23 23The The First FirstNational FIrstNational FirstNational
National bank of Kellogg Ida has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been authorized to begin business with
25000 capital F F Johnson Is s presi president presldent president ¬
dent J H Weber and Ewen McIntosh Mclntoshvice McIntoshvice lcIntoshvtce
vice presidents and P P Weber W be cash cashier cashIer cashicr ¬
ier
fPISCOPAL EPISCOPALPREIE PRfLATE DEAD DEADL
life L e Work of Bishop Hare of South SouthDakota SouthDakota SouthDakota
Dakota Who Visited Salt lake lakeSome LakeSome LakeSome
Some Years Ago Finished FinishedAtlantic FinishedAtlantic FinishedAtlantic
Atlantic City N J Oct 23 23The The Rt RtRev RtRev RtRev
Rev William Hobart Hare bishop of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Episcopal diocese of South Dakota Dakotadied Dakotadied Dakotadied
died here tonight after a long illness illnessaged Illnessaged Illnessaged
aged 72 years yearsBishop yearsBIshop yearsBishop
Bishop Hare was a visitor to Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake In October 1901 not having been beenhere be beenhere n nhere
here since that time He had spent spentmany spentmany spentmany
many years of his life as bishop of ofSouth ofEouth ofsouth
South Dakota and was widely known knownfor knownfor
for the great work which he had ac accomplished accomplished accompllshed ¬
complished among the Indians Re Recently Recently Recently ¬
cently he had been represented In the thefield th thfield thefield
field by a missionary assistant Bishop
Johnson Bishop Hare was known knownthroughout knownthroughout knownthroughout
throughout the country for his work
BANKERARRESTED BANKERARRESTEDNashville BANKER ARRESTED ARRESTEDNashvUle ARRESTEDNashville
Nashville Term Tennl Oct 23 23M M P Estes Estespresident Estespresident Esteepresident
president of the City C ty Savings bank which whichsuspended whichsuspended whichsuspended
suspended last Saturday was arrested arrestedlate arrestedlate arrestedlate
late this afternoon on a warrant charging charginghim
him with receiving money when he knew knewthe knewthe knewthe
the bank was Insolvent The warrant warrantwas
was sworn out by W T Otley of Burkes BurkesvIllQ BurkesYllIo Burkeavile
vile Ky
DIABOLICAL MURDER MURDERErie
Erie Pa Oct 23 23Wlth With his throat cut cutand cutand cutand
and a dozen wounds In the back the thebody thebody thebody
body of Melville Keene business agent agentof
of the Carpenters union was found near nearthis nearthis nearthis
this city today No duo to tho murder murderers ¬
ers
TAfT ENb ENbTEXASTOUR NOS NOSTfXAS
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Leaves Lone Star State Early EarlyThis EarlyThis EarlyThis
This Morning for St Louis LouisProm LouisFrom LouinFrom
From Which Place He Will WillSail WillSail WillSail
Sail Down Father of Waters WatersPRESIDENT WatersPRESIDENT WatersPRESIDENTHOARSE
PRESIDENT PRESIDENTHOARSE HOARSE SO SOTALKING SOTALKING SOTALKING
TALKING IS CURTAILED CURTAILEDBrief CURTAILEDBrief CURTAILEDBrief
Brief Little CarEnd Speeches SpeechesMade SpeechesMade SpeechesMade
Made at Several Stations StationsThrough StationsThrough StationsThrough
Through Which the Train TramPassed TrainPassed TrainPassed
Passed in Spite of Bad Voice VoiceAN VoiceAN VoiceAN
AN UNFORTUNATE INCIDENT INCIDENTDallas
Dallas Texas Oct 88 nPresldent nPresldentTaft President PresidentTaft
Taft arrived here from Houiton at 630 630oclock l 530oclock 3 3oclock
oclock this afternoon He was taken takenImmediately takenImmedIately takenImmediately
Immediately to the state fair grounds groundswhere groundswhere groundswhere
where he spoke spokeMr spokeMr spokeMr
Mr Taft was so hoarse that he could couldbe couldbo couldbe
be heard only a short distance despite despiteheroic despiteheroic despiteheroic
heroic efforts He spoke briefly to tonight tonight tonight ¬
night at a banquet at the Oriental Orientalhotel Orientalhotel Orientalhotel
hotel and returned to his train trainpreparatory trainpreparatory trainpreparatory
preparatory to leaving early tomorrow tomorrowmorning tomorrowmorning tomorrowmorning
morning for St Louis From St StLouis StLouis StLouis
Louis on Monday Monda afternoon the Presi President Preeldent President ¬
dent will begin a pilgrimage of four fourdays fourdays fourdays
days and five nights down the Missis Mississippi MIHlsslppl Miselzsippi ¬
sippi river to New Orleans OrleansPresident OrleansPresident OrleansPresident
President Hoarse HoarseThe HoarsThe HoarseThe
The Presidents voice began to grow
husky after his hi speech at Corpus Crlstl Crlstlyesterday Crlstlyesterday Cristiyesterday
yesterday and broke down completely
during his address at Houston this thismorning thismorning thismorning
morning when he tried to make him himself himself himself ¬
self heard by a crowd which filled four
Intersecting streets for two blocks In Ineither Ineither Ineither
either direction According to Dr DrRichardson DrRIchardson DrRichardson
Richardson the Presidents physician physicianthe n nthe
the hoarseness Is due in large part to tothe tothe tothe
the letup In speechmaklng which whichcame whl whichcame t1 t1came
came during the Presidents visit to tohis tohis tohis
his brothers ranch and he predicted predictedthat
that the vocal cords will round to In Ina Ina Ina
a day or BO Up to this time the thePresidents theProsldents theProsidents
Presidents voice has kept In splendid splendidshape splendidshape splendidshape
shape shapeOn shapeOn shapeOn
On account of hoarseness the Presi President PresIdent President ¬
dent did not attempt to make a long longspeech longspeech longspeech
speech either at the fair grounds or orthe orthe orthe
the banquet and confined himself In Ineach Ineach ineach
each Instance to an expression of his hisappreciation h1 h1appreclat1on hisappreciation
appreciation of the warmth of his re reception reception reception ¬
ception in Texas He completed on onarriving onarriving onarriving
arriving here his eighth elgh th day in the thestate thestate thestate
state
Greatness of Texas TexasI
I was asked today said the Presi President President Freedent ¬
dent at the fair grounds if I had any
doubt by this time about Texas being beinga
a part of the Union I replied that the theonly theonly theonly
only doubt I had was whether wh ther the theUnion theUnion theUnion
Union was not a part of Texas TexasOn TexaOn TexasOn
On hIs way from Houston today the thePresident thePresIdent thePresiddnt
President traveled in the most populous populoussection populoussection populouseotion
section at thestate and the succession successionof su eaton eatonof
of prosperouslooking towns and cities citieswas cItieswas citieswas
was In striking contrast to the long long1stretches longstretches longstretches
stretches of barren cactus and mesquite mesquttebrush melqultebrush mesquitebrush
brush plains In the west At each sta station statton etation ¬
tion through which the train passed passedthere pauedthere passedthere
there was a large crowd to cheer the thePresident thePresIdent thePresident
President He made several brief lit little little littie ¬
tle carend talks and at those places placeswhere placHwhere placeswhere
where no stop was scheduled he ap appeared appeared appeared ¬
peared on the platform to wave a re response response response ¬
sponse to 0 the cheers sent up in his hishonor hishonor hishonor
honor At Hempstead the President Presidentspoke Presidentspoke Presidentspoke
spoke to several hundred pupils of the thePrairie thePrairie thePrairie
Prairie View Colored State Normal Normalschool Normalschool Normalschool
school and at College Station addressed addressedthe
the students from the Agricultural and andMechanical andIechanlcal andMechanical
Mechanical college who were drawn up
In uniforms uniformsVisit uniformsVisit S
Visit Marred by Tragedy TragedyAn
An unfortunate Incident of the Presi Presidents PresIdents Presidents ¬
dents trip to Dallas was the bayonet bayoneting ¬
ing of Deputy County Clerk Louis LouisReichtensteln LouisRelchtensteln LouisReichtenstein
Reichtensteln by one of the militiamen militiamenon
on guard at the fair grounds Reichten Reichtensteln Relchtenstein Reichtenstein ¬
stein Is said to be fatally Injured He Hewas Hewas Hewas
was operated on tonight at St Pauls Paulssanitarium Paulssanitarium Paulssanitarium
sanitarium and it was said he could couldnot couldnot couldnot
not live The stabbing occurred Just Justbefore justbetore justbefore
before tho Presidents train arrived at atthe atthe atthe
the fair grounds and it is presumed presumedthat
that Reichtensteln was trying to force forcea
a way through the crowd although it itis itIs itis
is said he was behind the wire cable cableholding cableholding cableholding
holding tho crowd back when the sol soldier soldier soldter ¬
dier used his bayonet The matter Is laIn IsIn isIn
In the hands of the authorities authQrltlesIII
t III
NO HARM DONE THIS TIME TIMEPortions TIMEPortions
Portions of the United States Af Affected Mfected A Afected ¬
fected by the Earthquake of
1811 Again Shaken Up UpSt
St Louis Oct 23 23SUght Slight earthquake earthquakeshocks earthquakeshocks earthquakeshocks
shocks were felt early today at Alton AltonIll
Ill and St Peters Mo the latter be being beIng belag ¬
ing thirty miles west of here according accordingto
to reports by residents of those towns townsNo townsNo townsNo
No damage was done doneCape doneCape doneCape
Cape Girardeau and Paragoald Ark Arkalso Arkalso Arkalso
also reported having felt earthquakes earthquakesat
at the same hour as Memphis Cairo CairoIll
111 also was in the shaken zone as aswere aswere aswere
were Charleston and Bikes Blkeston ton Mo MoMost MoMost MoMost
Most of these places are In the district districtaffected districtaffected districtaffected
affected by the New Madrid earthquake earthquakeof
of 1811 when Immense tracts of farm farmlands fannlands farmlands
lands were turned into swamps swampsIndianapolis swampsIndianapolis swampsIndianapolis
Indianapolis Oct 23 13A A heavy dee electrical eleotrlcdl deetried ¬
tried storm swept southern Indiana Indianalast Indianalast Indianalast
last night Between 1 and 2 oclock oclockthis oclockthis oclockthis
this morning a slight earthquake was wasfelt wasfelt wasfelt
felt at Evansvllle EvansvllleHIckman Evansv11leHlokman EvansvilleHickman
HIckman Ky Oct 28 28An An earth earthquake earthQuake earthquake ¬
quake shock sufficiently strong to toarouse toarouse toarouse
arouse people from sleep was felt here hereat hereat hereat
at 130 this morning This was followed followedby
by several light vibrations vibrationsMemphis vibrationsMemphis vibrationsMemphis
Memphis Tenn Oct 23 23A A aUght ellghtearthquake aUghtearthquake slightearthquake
earthquake was felt In Memphis and andvicinity andvicinity andvicinity
vicinity at 105 a m No damage has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been reported
T
DESIRE TO OPEN THE THEPROJECT THEPROJECT THEPROJECTNEXT
PROJECT PROJECTNEXT NEXT APRIL APRILBurley APRILBurley APRILBurley
Burley Ida Oct 23 23At At a meeting of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the settlers of tho South Side Mintdoka ll1nldokaI1roJect Minidokaproject Mintdokaproject
project today the following resolution resolutionwas r liOlutionwas
was passed passedResolved passedResolved S SResolved
Resolved That we Instruct our direct directors ¬
ors to sign a petition and present to the thesecretary theeecretary thesecretary
secretary of the interior that the South SouthBide SouthSide SouthSide
Side Minldoka project be declared open openApril openApril openApril
April 1 1910 and that the first payment paymentbecome paymentbecome paymentbecome
become due not sooner than April 1 191L 191LA 191LA l9liA
A vote of thanks was tendered J G GCamp OCamp 0Camp
Camp project engineer for his good goodcervices goodservices goodservices
services while In that position here Mr MrCamp MrCamp MrCamp
Camp will retire from the government governmentservice governmentservice governmentservice
service the 1st of April and will move movewith mayewith movewith
with his family to Walla Walla Wash Washto
to reside In the future
CONFESSED HIS CRIME CRIMEOmaha CRIMEOmaha CRIMEOmaha
Omaha Oct 23 23WIIUam William Eschle at atwhose atwl10se atwhose
whose home Mrs Thomas Wendt an anaged anaged anaged
aged woman was robbed of over 7000 37000yesterday 7000yesterday 7000yesterday
yesterday while she was doing theEschle theEschlefamily theEschlefamily theEschIefamily
family washing washlngtQday today confessed having havingtaken havIngtaken havingtaken
taken the money and returned It alL Mrs MrsWendt MrsWendt MrsWendt
Wendt reported her loss at fG300 300 but the theamount thoamount theamountproved
amount amountproved proved to bo n 7550
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NW NE ATTACK ATTACKON ATTACKONTAMMANY
ON TAMMANY TAMMANYPresent
Present Bosses of New York YorkCharged YorkOharged YorcCharged
Charged With Fostering the theWhite theWhite theWhite
White Slave Traffic and Pro Protecting Protecting Protecting ¬
tecting the Vile Procuress ProcuressGROWTH ProcureGROWTH Procur8ssGROWTH
S
GROWTH OF THE THESYSTEM THESYSTEMIS SYSTEM SYSTEMIS
IS VIVIDLY PORTRAYED PORTRAYEDThousands PORTRAYEDThousands PORTRAYEDThousands
Thousands of Fraudulent Votes VotesCast Vot63Cast VotesCast
Cast by Depraved d Men Who WhoRegister WhoRegister S SRegister
Register From the Disorder Disorderly ¬
ly Houses Under Protection ProtectionBANNARD ProtectionBANNARD ProtecfIonBANNARD
BANNARD HITS AT HEARST HEARSTNeW
NeW York Oot 13 J381avef7 Slavery be bea b ba booa booaa
a live Issue In the municipal campaign campaigntoday oamp1todaynot eampsigtodaynot
today todaynot not the slavery which brought broughtforth brO1 brO1forth broightforth
forth Uncle Bole Toms Cabin but the thenineteenth thenineteenth thenineteenth
nineteenth century system known knownthe si sithe a athe
the white slave traffic trafficThe trattlcThe trafficThe
The growth of this system undetf undetfTammany un undotTanunany < < et etTammany
Tammany Hall as attested by a writer writerfor writ writfOr writerfor
for the current Us issue us of McClure McClureaMagazine McClureMagazine McCiureMagazine
Magazine has laid the foundation upon uposxwhich upoowhIch uponwhich
which the local press pre hostile h lltlle to tha thaDemocratic thaDemocratic theDemocratic
Democratic ticket headed by William WilliamJ WUll WUllJ
J Qaynor Is conducting a new attack attackwhile attackwhile attackwhile
while the RepublicanFusion orator oratorand ortonand oratoxiand
and the supporters of William R RHearst PHearst BHearst
Hearst have found new fuel for fora1ready foralready aa aaalready
already heated campaign campaignThe campaignThe
The article Is printed In Inunder McC1unC
under a subtitle which says saysThe ISbe saysrite
The daughters of the poor poora a plain plainstory PitAstory pisistory
story of the development of New York Yorkas Yorkas Yor Yoras
as a leading oenter of the white slave
trade of the world under Tammany
HalL And this is a sample lIJ1 ple of tb tbebarges the thecbrges thcharges
charges made madeVice madeVlco madeVice
Vice Protected by Tammany TammanyThe S
The story stOI of the Introduction of thlf th thEurdpean
Burdpean business Into New York Yorkder un ¬ S Sder
der the protection of the Tammany
Hall political organisation would seam aeJDIncredible seemIncredible seamincredible
incredible if it were not substantiated
by the records of recent municipal ex exposures exposures ¬
posures in a half dozen great t cities citiesby cltleby S
by two Independent Investigations by
the United States government during
the last year and by the comtnQftknowledge common
knowledge of the people of the East 55
Side tenement district of New York Yorkwhose Yorkwhose Yorkwhose
whose daughters and friend daughter daughterhave daughterhave daughterhave
have been chiefly exploited by It ItThe ItThe S S SThe
The operation of this system has a
double Influence upon our large cities
On the one side it has great political politicalImportance
importance for the reason that more moreand moreaad moreand
and more with the growing concentra concentration concentration ¬
tion of the stump politicians upon this thisfield thisflel4 thisfield
field the procurer and marketer of ofwomen ofwomen ofvomen
women tends to hold the balance la lacity laclt Iacity
city clt elections This is I true not alone aloneIn 5 5in
In New Ne York Analysers of presentcontests present presentcontents presentCODt
contents CODt Ubs in Philadelphia Pbl l ibla and Chicago Chicagohave Ch Chicagohsve lcagl lcaglbve
have 1HIeI b en e eolWt wrt ia ttSthM that the registra registration ¬
tion tJo l and andoa easting tJDg of fraudulent votes votesfrom votefrom votesfrom
from disorderly places In those cities citiesmay citiesmay citiesmay
may easily determine the result in a aclese aclose aClose
close city election for false fa votes by
the thousand are ca cut t from those re resorts nsorts resorts ¬ S
sorts
S SComment
Comment by Murphy MurphyCharles MurphyOharles
S SCharles
Charles F Murphy leader of Tam Tammany Tammany Tatamany
many Hall characterized chara terlzed the charge chargeas char charas S Sas
as nonsensical this afternoon afternoonThis alternoonTh1e afternoonThis
This is too nonsensical to be wortb wortbof worta7 worta7of S Sof
of discussion he said saidFormer IldFormer saidFormer
Former Justice Gaynor declined to tocomment t tcomment tocomment
comment on the matter Though Thou elec election election eleetion ¬
tion falls on November t Otto T Ban Bannard Bannard Bannard
nard Republican nominee nomlneer was the only onlyone onlTone onlyone
one of the trio of mayoralty candidates candidateswho
who spoke tonight He delivered seven sevenbrief BElTOnbrief sevenbrief
brief addresses in New York Judge Jud JudGoynor S SGoynor
Goynor addressed noonday meetings meetingsas meetln meetlnas
as did Mr Bannard but Mr Hearst dJ4 dJ4not WQnot S Snot
not appear on the platform today or to tonight tonlgbt t S Snight
night nlgbtIn nightIn
In his noonday speech Gayaor wtaOBf wtaOBfrunning wh whrunning whoirunning
running fire on Hearst has been unin uninterrupted uninterrupted ¬ S S Sterruptd
terrupted since the editor repudiated repudiatedhim repudiatehim < <
him and accepted a nomination blmsett blmsettsaid hldlaUsaid hithzettsaid
said saidOOA
saidA
OOA A business s mans word la I his hisBven bond bondven
Bven ven a gambler keeps kee his word wordwith 111511 Bu Buwith Bt4 Bt4with
with W R Hearst a promise is isfor 11for gso gsofor
for nothing nothingBannard nothIngBannard nothingBannard
Bannard on Hearst HearstBannard HearatBannard Hearstilannard
Bannard also took a shot at Hearrt HearrtIn H HIn S Sin
In his day addresses As both he4 h hthe
the fusion ticket he has refrained from frompersonalities frompersonalities frompersonalities
personalities except at rare Intervals IntervalsHe Intervaiae
He said today however howeverThis howeverThls howeverThis
This Hearst vote does not trouble troubleme
me at all I shall beat him by 100006 100006votes 10000votes S Svotes
votes at the finish and anI I am not glvea glveato I giyeto vq vqto
to idle talk talkWhat talkWhat talkWhat
What is I Hearst going to get getof o oof t tof
of this Well th the answer Is nothing nothing1Hearst
Hearst is the loyal citizen and the holy holymartyr hOllmartyr
martyr That is the new role and thai t tIs S Smartyr
is all he gets out 01 + t of it 55
JEALOUS MAN KILLED KILLEDOrdered KILLEDOrdered KILLEDOrdered
Ordered Another Fellow to Lesve LesveTown LewTown LezyeTown
Town on Pain of Death DeathJaoksonvflla DeathJacksonvUle DeathJacksonvIlle
JacksonvIlle Fla Oct a 21chsrhs 21chsrhsHusband Chartsa A AHusband A AHusband
Husband who had been given until thJe thjmorning th thmorning thJemorning
morning to leave Jacksonville or be bekilled bekIlled bekilled
killed by J H Smith shot and kilted kiltedSmith k11M4Smith killedSmith
Smith when the two met today Smith Smithhad Smithhad Srnithad
had ordered Husband to leave town be because becau because
cause cau e he saw the latter with Mrs Smith Smithyesterday Smithyesterday 5 S Syesterday
yesterday He and Mrs Smith have been beenseparated beenseparated beenseparated
separated since 1907 when Smith kUtoa kUtoaJohn kUle4John S SJohn
John Milton for alleged attentions to Mr MrSmith MrISmith MrgSmith
Smith Husband was arrested
Si SiPUT
PUT UNDER BAN BANBY BANBY
BY fRAUD ORDER ORDERNew
New Scheme for Selling SellingBuying or orWashington orBuying orBuying
Buying Stock on Install Installment InstallrnentPlan tnstalIment ¬
ment rnentPlan rnentPlanWashlngton Plan PlanWashington
Washington Oct 21 IA A scheme for forselling tarselUng joyselling
selling or buying stock on the Installment Installmentplan IDataltmentplan 5 5plan
plan has been put under the ban by the thepostoffiee thepQstoffioe thepostoffice
postoffiee department by the issuance l8 Uance of ofa
a socalled fraud order against the theGuarantee theGuarantee theGuarantee
Guarantee Securities company of Los An Angeles Angeles Angeles ¬
geles gelesAccording gelesAccording gelesAccording
According to allegations of postofflce po tofflce In Inspectors tnspectors inspectors ¬
spectors the company was engaged In
the purchase pur and sale of stocks for peo people peopie ¬ S SpIe
pie not having sufficient capital to pay p pa S Sthe
the necessary money moue outright Payment
for the stock was accepted a pted on the install installment installment installmeat ¬
ment plan Delivery of the stock was ad advertised adverUsed ¬ S Svertised
vertised to be made when all Installment Installmentwere lDatllmenUwere
were paid It was represented repre ented in the ad advertisement adwrtlsement advertlsement ¬
vertisement that the stock would be put purchased putchl1d putchased ¬
chased at prevailing market prices ana anaheld and andheld S Sheld
held until the th receipt of the last install installment installment Installmeat
ment mentIt mentIt I
S
It is alleged by the Inspectors that no noattempt noattempt noattempt S
attempt was made to purchase the stock stocSordered stocllordered stockordered
ordered although the money of the pure purchaser purecba putchaser ¬
chaser cba er would be retained If the market
In the stock ordered declined the stock stockwould etoocwould stoo stoowould
would be delivered d > to the purchaser when whenthe whenthe whenthe
the ljst I st installment was paid but not nototherwSse nototherwise nototherwIse
otherwise The inspectors alleged that thatthe thatthe I
the concern was without financial stay staybilttft Itabl11t7 S SbWt7
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