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r B THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY OCT 30 1909
MRS MRSIREAGANHAD MRSIREAGANHADPISTOLIN REAGAN HAD HADPISTOL
PISTOL IN COURT COURTWoman
Woman Charged With Assault AssaultExplains AssaultExplains AssaultExplains
Explains Why She Always AlwaysGoes AlwaysGoes AlwaysI
I Goes Armed ArmedHUSBANDS ArmedHUSBANDS ArmedHUSBANDS
HUSBANDS MOTION DENIED DENIEDCOURT DENIEDCOURT DENIEDCOURT
COURT REFUSES TO ORDER THE THECHILD THECHILD THECHILD
CHILD BROUGHT TO SCHOOL SCHOOLMrs
Mrs Katherine Reagan against whom whomcharge a acharge 1 1charge
charge bas been made of assault with in intent Intent Intezt ¬
tent to commit murder won in the first firstskirmish firstekrmish lrstskirmish
skirmish of her fight for a divorce from fromFrank fromFr1nk fromFrink
Frank Reagan when Judge C W Morse Morsef MorseFterday Morseterday
> f terday dismissed the motion asked by byth b bth byth
th husband to take their child Ruby Rubyears Rubyi
0 i v oars old from the mother at Garfleld Garfleldand
and have her placed in St Marys acad academy acadEmy acadmy ¬
emy in Salt Lake Reagan however was wasglv wasglvn wasglvn
glv glvn n the right to see the child when he hewishes heW hewishes
wishes wishesThe W wishesThe fhes fhesThe
The fight for the custody of the chll chlldr chlldrn childr
dr drn n a boy and a girl marks the most mostbitter mostbItter mostbitter
bitter feature of the divorce case which whichlias whichIas which3ias
lias Ias brought out family scandals scandalsMrs
Mrs Reagan refused retu ed to answer ques questions quetlons questions ¬
tions regarding the attempted shooting of ofFrank ofFrank ofFrank
Frank Mayo in the Boston building Wed Wedrtt ed ed1If
rtt day night on the ground that it might mightIn might1nrlminate
In 1nrlminate rimmate her when she he is tried for as assai assault assault
sai sault It to kill killfc killhe killhhe
fc hhe he denied that she pointed the pistol pistolat
at her er husband or that she would have havesi havesbnt havestit
si sbnt > t him had the pistol worked She de denlfd denlpd donicd
nlfd she had threatened witnesses itft for her herhusband herhusband her1usband
husband husbandI
1 may have said that if any man went wenton
on the stand and told a lie trying to ruin ruinm ruinm ruinm
m and my m children could expect the thew thewJrst thewrst
w wJrst 3rst she admitted naively naivelyMrs naivelyMrs naivelyMrs
Mrs Reagan said she intended having havingwitnesses havingwitnesses havingwtnesses
witnesses arrested arre ted for perjury and that thattns thqttl thtthis
this tl s is what she meant by her remark remarkShe remarkShe remarkSlE
She admitted having gone to court last lastvi lutk
vi t k with a gun in her satchel but said saidsfrc saidIOhf saids
sfrc s carried it for safety safetyWhy safetyWhy safetyWhy
Why She Carries Gun GunI
1 simply couldnt stand seeing Mr MrR MrIgan MrRragan
R Rragan igan and that Italian sitting there and andtr andtning andtring
tr tning ing to ruin my honor she saw sawSlit saidill sakisi1E
Slit ill said her husband and tough char chart ¬
ts t t trs > rs watched < l for her so she carried a aK aJ ag
K J n Her husband told her Several veral times timessue tlmeshe timesste
sue said that if she won she would luse lusea l bsenvway e envway
a nvway ivvrav because he would kill the chll chllJic chlldr chilF
dr < Jic F n before he would allow her to have haveS haveth
th t m ruA
A mS S Barlow the deputy sheriff at the theT
T r th 11 Copper opper plant at Garfield who ar arT arr arr
r ltd Mrs Reagan on the charge of at att attm att
t tm irpt ptlng ing to commit murder testified that thath thath thatknew
h knew of nothing wrong at the Reagan Reapn11o ReaganMrs
1 > nie nieMrs 11o e eMrs
Mrs Jennie Storms said she had known knownJIrs known2Urs
JIrs 11 rs Reigan when she was a little girl girla
a Ana Anaconda onda Mont and that she was a aad aod aud
ad devoted wife after marriage marriageUcr marrIageilvCr
liver Kumrow furnished some amuse amuser
r nt and wa also a good witness for forMrs forIrs forMrt
Mrs Irs Reagan He is i chief clerk for the theT
T 1 tab i Copper upper and told of the meetings at ats atI
3 s house When they drank a little and andijd andkd and1d
ijd a good time he said Mrs Reagan Reagani
i yd the fun His wife told of the thes thesm
s sm mt facts and E II Fever said he and andh
h wife > had oftea visited Mrs Reagan ReaganNext ReaganNfxt ReaganNet
Next Friday the court will take up the thed thed theI
d I x roe action filed by Mrs Reagan sev sever sevNll severl ¬
er Nll 1 months monthsago ago and the counterclaim of oft oftl oft
t tl husband In which he too asks for a ad ador
d dor 1 orre Both ask for the custody of the thec thecJdren
c cJdren Idren Reagans fight was to have havet
t m taken from the mother > r who runs runst
t ti > R Ragan agan house at Garfield
REFUTE SLANDERS SLANDERSOF
OF KEARNS ORGAN ORGANMurdochs
Murdochs Park City Friends FriendsPoint FriendsPoint FriendsPoint
Point Out Glaring Mis Misstatements Misstatements Misstatements
statements statementsSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanPark
Park City Cft Oct 29 Residents of this thispLje thispLue thispje
pLje generally object to the article articlewhich articlehih arilciehieh
which appeared in the American party partycrtaan partyo partycrgafl
crtaan o < 1n in Salt Lake Thursday morning morningr
r t 1 rtmg on the ability of James D DMurdoch DMurdolh DMurdoch
Murdoch Republican nominee for may maytr mayI mayIof
tr of of Salt Lake while he was a reel reaid i id
d 1 t of this place Mr Murdoch Is well welltl
tl ught of here and the people of this thisp thIspa thispae
made maden madengalnst madeagLinst
p pa pae ai e > repudiate the statements
n ngalnst ilnst him himThe himThe himThe
The article set et forth that Mr Mur Murd Murdb Iur Iuridh
idh d > 1 while master mechanic at the On Ontario Ontario Ontaro ¬
tario mine here was employed to in inB Inst inSt
B st 11 I the city water system The work worke
e Qf installing the system was in charge charger
c f J W Moody The three reservoirs In InI In1plre inj
I plre ire canyon which Mr Murdoch is iscr Iscr Iscr
cr Jitfd with having established were werepla wererbrd were11id
pla rbrd > cd by Colonel William M 1 Ferry FerryAt
At th the < time they were placed it was waspi wasprsible waspsible
pi prsible sible for all the residents of the place placet
ti t gft g t water but some people later in insisted in51stId insisted ¬
sisted on getting up on the hills where whereIt
It was as Impossible to get a water supply supplyThe supplyIhp supplyThe
The statements made concerning Mr MrMurdochs Mr1I1urdorhs MrMurdohs
Murdochs lack of ability ab 111 t at the time timeof timeof timeof
of the th big fire In 1898 when he as pres presIdmt presIdcnt prosidtnt
Idmt of the council was acting mayor mayorIn
In the th > absence of Mayor J H Deming Demlngarc
arc al also n without foundation Mr Mur Murdnch Murdoch Murtkch
dnch at that time saved the Marsac Marsacr Marsac1i11 MarsacIrLit
r 1i11 il and prevented the men employed employedthere employedtherE employedthere
there > from being thrown out of employ employment employrort employ111it ¬
ment He received many compliments complimentson
on account of his efforts on this occa occasion occaI occaE1rt ¬
sion I 0 n
sionAt At nAt the time of the fire Mr Murdoch MurdochT
T w13 13 a heavy stockholder in a Park City CityBt City6tJr Citystwe
Bt 6tJr ire and without a thought of his own ownpersonal ownJrsonal ownlcrsonaI
personal Interests Mr Ir Murdoch In dl dlrc dlrltlng diretlng
rc rltlng > tlng the fight against the fire In Insisted Insisted inisted ¬
sisted that the Marsac mill be protect protected ¬
ed while his own property was allowed allowedto
to burn As long as there Is a man In InPark InPark inPark
Park City who remembers that fire the thexi theexellent
exellent xi x ellent work of Mr Ir Murdoch on that thatoccasion thato thatoccasion
occasion o < 1sion will not be forgotten
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WASATCH BACON BACONA
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Liberal Returns ReturnsA
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your money Is obtained when whenyou whenyou whenyou
you avail yourself of our Se Secured Seecured Sccured ¬
cured Certificates of Deposit DepositThese DepositThese DepositThese
These Certificates are free freefrom freefrom freefrom
from taxes or deductions of ofany ofany ofany
any kind thus netting the de depositor deposltor dopodlior ¬
positor most liberal returns returnsMoreover returnsMoreover returnsMoreover
Moreover as each Certificate is isaccompanied Isaccompanied Isaccompanied
accompanied by a First Mort Mortgage Mortgage Mortgage ¬
gage on well located local ed and pro productive proclucttve productive ¬
ductive real estate as well as assecured assecured assecured
secured by our Capital and Sur Surplus Surplus Surplus ¬
plus unquestioned safety is ab absolutely abBolutely absolutely ¬
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Wasatch ham hamIts hamIts hamIts
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Theres lean round the bone and tat fatround tatround tatround
round the lean leanAnd leanAnd leanAnd
And its packed too the way that It Itshould itshould itshould
should shouldRoyal shouldRoyal shouldRoyal
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Schramm SchrammJohnson SchrammJohnson SchrammJohnson
Johnson Drugs DrugsCut
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MEMORANDUM BOOKS BOOKSIn
In loose leaf or or regular bound In end endless endless endless ¬
less variety also paper for all styles stylesof
of loose leaf books booksPEMBROKE booksPEMBROKE booksPEMBROKE
PEMBROKE STATIONERY CO
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about anything particu particularly particularly particularly ¬
larly jewelry jewelryA
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mond some goodlooking tie tiepins tiepins tiepins
pins and links and a fob or orchain orchainthese orchainthese
chain chainthese these constitute the theprincipal theprincipal theprincipal
principal jewelry require requirements r requirements quirements ¬
ments of the gentleman gentlemanOur
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NEW PLAN TO AID AIDGROWTH AIDGROWTHOF
GROWTH OF WEST WESTAnother
Another Great Congress to Be BeHeld BeHeld BeHeld
Held in Chicago During DuringNovember DuringNovember DuringNovember
November NovemberUTAH NovemberUTAH NovemberUTAH
UTAH WILL COOPERATE COOPERATEGOVERNOR COOPERATEGOVERNOR COOPERATEGOVERNOR
GOVERNOR SPRY APPROVES AND ANDIS i iIS
IS TO NAME DELEGATES DELEGATESAnother DELEGATESAnother DELEGATESAnother
Another great movement for the edu education education education ¬
cation of the east and middle west westalong W westalong gt gtalong
along all agricultural lines has aroused arousedinterest arou8 arousedinterest d dInterest
interest In Utah and again It will be bethrough bethrough I Ithrough
through the medium of newspapers newspaperstnat I Itnat
tnat publicity will be given almost en entirely eutirely ¬
tirely The new scheme Is the National NationalFarm NatlonrdFarm NationalFarm
Farm Land congress to be held In the theLa theLa theLa
La Salle hotel Chicago starting on onNov onNov OnNov
Nov 16 and running for five days The TheUnited TheUnited TheUnited
United States Land and Irrigation ex exposition e epcsitfon epcsitlon ¬
position will close Nov 4 at the Coli Coliseum Coliseum Coilscum ¬
seum Chicago The land and Irrigation Irrigationexposition Irrigationexposition Irrigationexposition
exposition is being conducted by the theChicago theCMcago theChicago
Chicago Tribune and allied papers The Thenew Thenew Thenew
new congress congressthe the National Fdrm F Fdrmis Fdrmisbeing rmIs rmIsbeing Is Isbeing
being taken up by the Hearst string of ofpapers ofpapers ofpapers
papers papersJohn papersTohn papersJohn
John A Gray of the Los Angles Ex Examiner Examluer Exambier ¬
aminer representing the syndicate in inthe inthe Inthe
the west met with Governor William WilliamSpry WnHamSpr WilliamSpry
Spry yesterday In the Interest of the theNational theNational theNational
National Farm Land congress congr ss Gcv Gcvernor Gcvernor Gcvernor
ernor Spry entered heartily Into the theplan theplan theplan
plan and declared he would Imme Immediately lmmfdiately immediately ¬
diately name a committee e of f twenty twentyfive tw twentyfive nty ntyfive
five representative men to attend the thecongress thecongress thecongress
congress of delegates from Utah The Thegovernor Thegovernor rhegovernor
governor will have the appointment of oftwentyfive coftwentyfive eftwentyfive
twentyfive men the commercial bodies bodiesof
of the state will havo others to ap appoint apJ appoint ¬
point J < int and still other organizations organisationshave organl ations ationshave
have the privilege of sending delegates delegatesmaking delegatesmakln delegatesmaking
making a total of about fifty who may mayattend ma maattend mayattend
attend from Utah UtahMr UtahMr UtahMr
Mr Gray will remain in Salt Lake to today today today ¬
day to meet with officers of the Com Commercial CommercIal Cornmercial ¬
mercial club and lay before them the theplans theplans theplans
plans of the congress congressThe congressThe congressThe
The congress will be an educational educationalscheme pducationalscheme educationalscheme
scheme pure and simple Chere Is an anever anever anever
ever growing spirit among the t1efarmers t1efarmersand farmers farmersand farmersand
and business men of the congested east enstto eRstto eastto
to come west it is pointed out and the thefact thefAct thetact
fact that large colonies of homeseek homeseekers ¬
ers are moving to all parts of the west westby westby westby
by thousands is pointed to as an Indi Indication Indlcatl mdication ¬
cation catl of the times timesCongress UmesCongress timesCongress
Congress to Be School SchoolIn
In most instances however these thesepeople thesepeoplo thesepeople
people do not know where to go go nor norconditions norcondlUons norconditions
conditions and the possibilities of the thedifferent thedifferent thedifferent
different states of the west It will be bethe bethe bethe
the purpose purJ < se of the congress according accordingto
to Mr Gray to instruct them The TheLand TheLand TheLand
Land and Irrigation exposition is a dis display display display ¬
play The National Farm Land con congress congress congross ¬
gress will be a school schoolUtah schoolUtah schoolUtah
Utah is getting many man of these home bomeseekers homeseekers borneseekers
seekers and it Is believed that a much muchincreased mucbIncreased muchincreased
increased stream of immigration will willbe willbe willbe
be directed that way by a participation participationin
in the congress and talks to the people peopleon
on the opportunities of the state It is ishoped Ishoped ishoped
hoped that Governor Spry can attend attendthough attendthough attendthough
though he said yesterday It might be beimpossible beImpossible beimpossible
impossible Those In charge of the thecongress thecongress thecongress
congress wish the governor to make an anaddress anaddress anaddress
address there but at about this time timethe timethe timethe
the delegation of senators from con congress congISS congress ¬
gress will be in Utah investigating ir irrigation Irrigation iirigation ¬
rigation and Governor Spry wishes to tobe tobe tobe
be with them He may therefore give giveup giveup giveup
up the Chicago trip and remain at athomo nthomo athome
homo to show the irrigation committee committeethrough committeethrough committeethrough
through the state stateMany statelIany stateMany
Many of the most prominent agricul agricultural agricultural ¬
tural experts and lecturers of the Unit United TInlted Jnited ¬
ed States will be on the list of speakers speakersat I Iat
at the farm land congress There will willbe willbe willbe
be no one line Hneoverlooked overlooked but dry dryfarming dryfarming dryfarming
farming irrigation and all features featuresconnected featuresconnected featuresconnected
connected with farming will be taken takenup
up and discussed Meetings will be behelcl behem behefli
hem in the ball room of the La Salle Sallehotel Sallehotel Sallehotel
hotel newly completed and one of the thefinest thefinest thefinest
finest hostelries In the United States StatesAmong StatesAmong StatesAmong
Among the members of the advisory advisorycommittee advisorycommittee advisorycommittee
committee are Governor William Spry Spryand Spryand Spryand
and Senator Reed Smoot as well as asmany asmany asmany
many other governors senators con congressmen congressmen congresamen ¬
gressmen government officials and andother andother andother
other prominent men throughout the thecountry thecountry thecountry
country countryThe countryThe countryThe
The meeting next month will be the thefirst thefirst thefirst
first and will be under the auspices of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Hearst syndicate In general but the theChicago theChicago theChicago
Chicago Examiner and Journal In par particular particular particular ¬
ticular Owing to the importance of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the movement It is believed that It will willbe willbe willbe
be run independent of any an newspaper newspaperIn
In the future futureCall futureCall futureCall
Call Tells Purposes PurposesIn
In the official call for the congress congressthe
the objects are set out as follows followsBy fonowsBy followsi3y
By the general diffusion of knowl knowledge knowledge knowledge ¬
edge of Americas farm lands to edu educate educate educute ¬
cate and accurately inform the people peopleof
of the entire country as to the possi possibilities possIblUties possibilities ¬
bilities for development of all lands landswithin landswithin landswithin
within the United States and the op opportunities opJ opportunities ¬
portunities J < rtunities for the homeseeker to toachieve toachieve toachieve
achieve independent life and fortune fortuneto
to promote the movement for farm land landreclamation landreclamation landreclamation
reclamation and farm development the thesettling theettllng thesettling
settling colonization and bringing into intopermanent intopermanent intopermanent
permanent productive use of all lands landsnow landsnow landsnow
now unsettleed and uncultivated or not notfully notfUll notfully
fully fUll cultivated to advance farm farmknowledge farmknowledge farmknowledge
knowledge and generally encourage encourageagriculture encourageagriculture encourageagriculture
agriculture and the farm homebuild homebuilding ¬
ing spirit of the American people peopleIt
It will endeavor to establish some someform someform someform
form of national organization broad broadenough broadenough broadenough
enough to coordinate the efforts of ofsimilar ofsimilar ofsimilar
similar bodies working in special fields fieldsto
to the same general end and to estab establish establish establish ¬
lish means by which the homeseeker homeseekermay
may most easily and quickly secure securedefinite securedefinite securedefinite
definite accurate and reliable Informa Information Information informadon ¬
tion as to the lands and opportunities opportunitiesthe
the advantages and disadvantages of ofany otany ofany
any section to which he may be at attracted attracted attracted ¬
tracted
CITY BREVITIES BREVITIESAN ES r rAN
AN INVESTIGATION will be made by bythe bythe bythe
the local immigration office into the ap application application apphication ¬
plication of Wong ong Gee a Chinese mer merchant merchant merchant ¬
chant of Ogden and a member of theVah theWah the theWan
Wan Sing Sin Lung company com pan of that place placefor placefor I Ifor
for permission to bring his minor son sonfrom sonfrom I Ifrom
from China ChinaTHE ChinaTHE ChinaTHE
THE INJUNCTION of the Will Roes RoesPlumbing ReesPlumbing RoesPlumbing
Plumbing company against local No 19 19United 19United 19United
United Association of Journeymen JourneymenPlumbers JourneymenPlumben JourneymenPlumbers
Plumbers was as taken up by b Jude M ML ML 1 1L
L Ritchie yesterday and set for hear hearing hearing hearIng ¬
ing on Nov 5 5SNOW 5SNOW 5SNOW
SNOW HAS FALLEN in Big Cotton Cottonwood Cottonwooll Cottonwood
wood canyon giving the signal for the theclosing theclosing theclosing
closing of the planting station of the theforestry theforestry theforestry
forestry service serviceSUIT serviceSUIT serviceSUIT
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SUIT FOR DIVORCE was filed In the thedistrict thod thedistrict
district d trlct court Ytsterday by Amy L LTlngey LTingey LTingey
Tingey against C H Tinge whom hom she shemarried shemarI1d sh shmarried
married in Salt Lake on Sept 2G 6 1903 1903Plain 103Pialn 1203Plain
Plain nonsupport is charged chargedMT
MT MORIAH LODGE NO 2 will hold holda
a special meeting Monday Nov 1 1commencing 1commencing 1commencing
commencing at 5 p m sharp for F FC FC Fc
C c and M M 1 degree work Masons Masonsqualified Masonsqualified Masonsqualified
qualified invited
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fication ficationyour your last subscription receipt will do Read the classified adver advertisements advertisements advertisements ¬
tisements In this Issue Perhaps your name Is there
Vlll ENliGHTEN PUBLIC PUBLICMembers
Members of Y W C Promise to Tell TellAll TellAll TellAll
All About the War of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Roses RosesWhat RosesVhat RosesWhat
What Is tho War ar of the Roses RosesThe RosesTne RosesThe
The War ar of the Roses or the struggle struggleof
of the houses of Lancaster and York for forthe forthe forthe
the throne broke out In England in 1455 1435and 1455and 1455and
and lasted for thirty years During this thistime thistime thistime
time many nobles were killed killedThe killedThe killedThe
The War of the Roses that Is to begin beginin
in Salt Lake soon however is not at all alllike aUlike allilke
like the war In England centuries ago agoBut agoBut agoBut
But one of the captains in the Salt Lake Lakewar Lakewar Lakewar
war is a direct descendant of one of the theEnglish theEnglish theEnglish
English generals who participated in the theoldtime theoldtime theoldtime
oldtime war warThe warThe warThe
The Young Womens Christian associa association association association ¬
tion which will carry carryon on the War of the theRoses theRoses theRoses
Roses here will tell the public about It Ittomorrow ittomorrow Ittomorrow
tomorrow Many of the Salt Lake min ministers minIsters mm mmisters ¬
isters will have something to say on the thesubject thesubject thesubject
subject and will suggest that many mem members members mernbers ¬
bers of their congregations will take up uparms uparms uparms
arms and enter the conflict The Y W WC WC V VC
C A women declare that the war will willbe willb61 willbe
be fierce while it lasts but they de declare declare declam ¬
clare that none will be hurt while on the theother theother theother
other hand many will i11 be very happy happyEach happyEach happyEach
Each day the Young Womens Christian Christianassociation ChrIstianassocIation Christianassociation
association members continue to perfect perfecttheir perfecttheIr perfecttheir
their plans for the big war but they are arestill arestill arestill
still reticent as to Its exact nature They Theyhave Theyhave Theyhave
have promised however to tell the public publicall
all about It tomorrow and will also name namethose namothose namethose
those who will take an active part In the thebattles thebattles thebattles
battles
f POLITICAL POLITICALPOINTERS POINTERS POINTERSThat J JThat JThat
That Salt Lake heads the list of eight eightlarge eightlarge eightlarge
large cities of the country In the theamount theamount theamount
amount of taxation Is shown Is a sam sample sample earnpie ¬
ple placard Just received In the city citya cityaplacard cityaplacard a aplacard
placard which is being plastered about aboutNew aboutNew aboutNew
New York City In furtherance of the thecampaign thecampaign thecampaign
campaign of William J Gaynor Tam Tammany Tammany Tammany ¬
many candidate for mayor mayorThe mayorThe mayorThe
The report shows Salt Lake to have havethe havethe havethe
the heaviest taxation as a result of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Increase In taxes by the American Americanparty Americanparty Americanparty
party since Its accession to control cf cfSalt dSalt cfSalt
Salt Lake The report printed on onthe onthe onthe
the placard In large black figures is as asfollows astollows asfollows
follows followsSalt tollowsSalt followsSalt
Salt Lake 222 or 222 on every 100 100Baltimore 100Baltimore 100Baltimore
Baltimore BaltimoreAlbany 200 00 or 200 on every 100Albany 100 100Albany
Albany AlbanyCleveland 194 or 194 on every 100 100Cieveland 100Cleveland
Cleveland ClevelandRochester 194 or 194 on every 100 100Rochester 100Rochester
Rochester RochesterCincinnati 189 or 189 on every 100 100Cincinnati 100Cincinnati
Cincinnati CincinnatiSt 177 or L77 on every 100St 100 100St
St Poul PoulN 174 or 5174 on every 100 100N 100N
N Y City 167 or 167 on every 100 100The 100The 100The
The figures are compiled by adding addingthe
the city and city school taxes In each eachof eachot eachof
of the cities The taxes In Salt Lake Lakeare Lakeare Lakeare
are 13 mills and 9 mills for the city cityschools cityschools cityschools
schools making a total of 22 mills millsAbout millsAbout millsAbout
About four months ago when the theRoyal theRoal theRoyal
Royal Laundry company moved to Its Itsnew Itsnew itsnew
new building In lower State street the theAmerican theAmerican theAmerican
American party councllmen promised promisedthat
that the sewer begun a few years ago agowould agowould agowould
would be completed within two weeks weeksOnly weeksOnly weeksOnly
Only afew a few days ago an employe of the thelaundry thelaundry
laundry company was arrested for al allowing allowing l ¬
lowing water to run In the gutter and andin andIn andIn
in the meantime no one will hazard a aguess aguess aguess
guess as to when the sewer will be becompleted becompleted becompleted
completed completedWhen completedWhen completedWhen
When every American party man In Inthe inthe inthe
the city council voted oed to pay the con contractor contractor contractor ¬
tractor for the west side sewer 10000 10000for 10000tor 10000for
for pumping out water which entered enteredthrough enteredthrough enteredthrough
through defective places for which the thecontractor thecontractor thecontractor
contractor was responsible James D DMurdoch DlIurdoch DMurdoch
Murdoch voted no noIntent noIntent noIntent
Intent on making the taxpayers of ofthe otthe ofthe
the First precinct earn their victory victoryover
over the American party p rty the city ad administration administration administration ¬
ministration has picked out a shanty shantyin
in the middle of the block and inac inaccessible Inaccesslble maccessible ¬
cessible excepting to those who know knowthe knowthe knowthe
the paths for a polling place In the theSeventh theSeventh theSeventh
Seventh district The only reason for forpicking forpicking forpicking
picking the place was to slip a little littleeasy Uttleeasy littleeasy
easy money to Abe Little a city em employe employe employe ¬
ploye who will get a check for rent for forthe forthe forthe
the polling place placeMen place1Ien placeMen
Men are deserting the American par party party party ¬
ty by the score and women by the thehundred thehundred thehundred
hundred are breaking away from the theparty theparty theparty
party which supports Bransford and andMulvey anllMulvey andMulvey
Mulvey Three or four years of Identi Identification identification identifiention ¬
fication with a party which began no nowhere nowhere nowhere ¬
where is going nowhere and will end endwhere endwhere endwhere
where It started has brought about abouta
a determination to return to the Re Republican Republican Repubilcan ¬
publican party which stands for de decency decency tiecency ¬
cency and progress wherever an Amer American AmerIcan Amerlean ¬
ican can be found foundInvitations foundInvitations foundInvitations
Invitations are out for the Scandi Scandinavian Scandlnaian Scandinavian ¬
navian Republican rally to be held at atOdeon atOdeon atOdeon
Odeon hall next Monday night C V VAnderson VAnderson VAnderson
Anderson will act as chairman of the thomeeting themeeting themeeting
meeting and Governor William Spry SprSenator
Senator George Sutherland Axel H HSteele HSteele HSteele
Steele and Judge C M NIelson will willdeliver wlUdeliver willdeliver
deliver addresses The Norwegian Norwegianmale Norwegianmalechorus male malechorus malechorus
chorus under the direction of Profes Professor ¬
sor Anton Pedersen will sing several severalselectlo severalselectlo severalselectios
selectlo s and after the speaking the thefloor thefloor thefloor
floor will be cleared for dancing Par Parley Parley Parhey ¬
ley Jenson and Martin Christopherson Chrlstophersonwill
will act as floor managers and music musicwill musicwill musicwill
will be furnished by the Odeon orches orchestra ¬
tra
While you are getting ready for forthat forthat forthat
that smoker at Republican headquar headquarters ¬
ters Saturday night you can engage engagewhatever enga engagewhatever e ewhatever
whatever thusic you want and send the thebill theblU thebill
bill to me said a prominent Main Mainstreet Mainstreet rain1treet
street merchant to J J Greenewald Greenewaldyesterday Greenewaldyesterday Greenewaldyesterday
yesterday Mr Ir Greenewald completed
his rtrranffemont within the tit net hnlf
hour and the affair will be one of the themost themost themost
most pleasant of the campaign All AllRepublican AllRepublican AllRepublican
Republican workers are invited and andthe andtile andthe
the candidates will be there too tooMulberry tooMulberry tooMulberry
I Mulberry Mulveys campaign Is down downto
to a fine point according to his friend friendHonest friendHone friendHonest
Honest t George Sheets and the cele celebrated ceiebrated celebrated ¬
brated sleuth of McWhirter fame is iscredited Iscredited iscredited
credited with a little story yesterday yesterdaywhich yesterdaywhich yesterdaywhich
which illustrates the close tab Mulvey Mulveyis
is maintaining on his supporters The Thestory Thestory Timestory
story Honest George Is relafing reia lng Is that thatwhen thatwhen thatwhen
when after his round of the gambling gamblinggames gamblinggames gamblinggames
games of the city he wound up at atMulveys atMuiveys atMulveys
Mulveys the dimpled councIlmanic councilmanlccandidate councIlmaniccandidate councilmaniccandidate
candidate for the council from the theFifth theFifth theFifth
Fifth precinct had just completed completedchecking completedchecking completedchecking
checking up the sure votes he could couldcount couldcount couldcount
count for next Tuesday from the Fifty Fiftyfourth Fiftyfourth
fourth district Mulvey in comparing comparinghis
his figures with those of two years ears ago agoand agoand agoand
and checking those who had moved movedaway movedaway movedaway
away or had died found he was off offjust offjust offjust
just one vote There was no going goinghome goinghome goinghome
home while his vote register didnt bal balance balance balance ¬
ance and Mulvey checked his figures figuresover figuresover figuresover
over again and again until In despera desperation desperation ¬
tion he turned to Honest George and andasked andasked andasked
asked him to solve the mystery Sheets Sheetswent Sheetswent Sheetsvent
went over the list carefully using the thesame the58me thesame
same astuteness which he showed in ingetting ingetting ingetting
getting the men who swindled swindl d the Mc McWhirter llcWhirter McWhirter ¬
Whirter brothers to return 1000 to the thevictims thevictims thevictims
victims and then divide the remainder remainderon
on the square and it only took the thechief thechief thechief
chief of detective force a very short shorttime shorttime shorttime
time to find where the missing vote had hadgone hadgone hadgone
gone goneIt goneIt
It was Jim Donaldsons DonaldsonsMartin DonaldsonsIarUn DonaldsonsMartin
Martin E Mulvey threatened to with withdraw withdraw ¬
draw from the councilmanic ticket yes yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
terday when he discovered that he hewould hewould hewould
would have no chance to graft 518 18 ex extra extra oxtra ¬
tra each year as a member of the wa water water Water ¬
ter works committee The dimpled can candidate candidate candldate ¬
didate from the Fifth precinct actually actuallyhad
had his resignation written out It is issaid Issaid issaid
said and only refrained from filing It Itwhen itwhen itwhen
when he discovered that the time limit limithad limithad limithad
had expired and J E Darmer wouldnt wouldntgive wouldntgive wouldntgive
give him back his 500 campaign con contribution contribution contribution ¬
tribution anyway anywayNo
No wonder Pat Moran is contributing contributingmore
more liberally than ever before to the theAmerican theAmerican theAmerican
American party campaign fund As Ascouncilman AscouncUman Ascouncilman
councilman James D Murdoch has hasprevented hasprevented hasprevented
prevented about 50000 graft money moneyfrom mone monefrom moneyfrom
from finding its way to Pats account accountfor
for distribution among the gang and andthe andthe andthe
the defeat of Mr Murdoch would be becheap becheap becheap
cheap at any price from Morans point pointof
of view viewWhen viewWhen viewWhen
When the bill of 20400 for repairing repairingthe
the wooden stave sewer was up before beforethe beforethe beforethe
the city council A J Davis president presidentof
of the council was called on to appoint appointa
a committee to Investigate Morans lit little little littie ¬
tle bill This committee consisted of ofT ofT ofT
T R Black L D Martin l and F S SFernstrom SFernstrom SFernstrom
Fernstrom and A J Davis knew as aswell asweU aswell
well as every business man In Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake knows that Black Martin and andFernstrom andFernstrom andFernstrorn
Fernstrom belong to Pat Moran and andPats nndPats andPats
Pats title to them is as good as the thecoin thecoin thecoin
coin any day dayTaxes dayTaxes dayTaxes
Taxes in Salt Lake have not been beenraised beenraised beenraised
raised under the administration of the theAmerican theAmerican theAmerican
American party pipes the Kearns or organ organ organ ¬
gan The city tax In 1906 was 12 mills millsand mUlsand millsand
and now it is 13 mills millsEG millsEG millsEG
EG ODonnell American party can candidate candidate candidate ¬
didate for the city council from the theSecond theSecond theSecond
Second precinct completed another anotherrqund anotherrQ11nd anotherraund
rqund of the west side looking for sqme sqmeone sQmeone sqmeone
one who was going to vote for him himAbout himAbout himAbout
About ten minutes after ODonnell returned re returned returned ¬
turned to Main street a man appeared appearedoffering appearedotrerfng appearedoffering
offering 50 to 30 that J A Ekman Ekmanwould Ekmanwould Ekmanwould
would beat ODonnell
COlORED PEOPLE fAil FtChairman fAilTO FAILTO
TO HEAR Bill NEWTON NEWTONChairman
Chairman at American Meeting Gets GetsWarning GetsWarning GetsWarning
Warning and Prevents Speech SpeechBeing SpeechBeing SpeechBeing
Being Made MadeA
A few hundred colored citizens of ofSalt ofSalt ofSalt
Salt Lake comprising the better class classof
of the negro population of the city and andwho andwho andwho
who incidentally will vote the Repub Republican Republican Republican ¬
lican ticket were entertained by the theAmerican theAmerlcan theAmerican
American party at Labor hall last lastnight lastnight lastnight
night Speaking lasted until nearly
11 oclock The feature of the meet meeting meetIng meeting ¬
ing was the refusal of the committee committeeof
of colored men to allow Bill Newton Newtonan
an alleged attorney to address the themeeting1 themeeting themeeting
meeting meeting1Lawrence
Lawrence Marsh a negro attorney attorneywho attorneyWho
who has been In Salt Lake only a few fewweeks fewweeks fewweeks
weeks and Archie Brant another re recent recont recent ¬
cent addition to the negro colony of ofSalt ofSalt ofSalt
Salt Lake delivered long orations that thatof thatof thatof
of Mr Brant being well received At Atabout Atabout Atabout
about 10 oclock Mayor J 1 S Bransford BransfordBill
Bill Newton H J Dininny and E A ARogers ARogers ARogers
Rogers appeared Bill Newton official officialrepresentative officialrepresentative officialrepresentative
representative of the city administra administration ¬
tion In collecting the blacknvoil from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the women of the underworld and act actand actIng acting
Ing city attorney for Belle Londol and andthen andMayor andMayor
Mayor Bransford in procuring and then thenVGSt thendefending thendefending
defending the inmates of theIr west westsIde westside VGStside
side stockade had been advertised as asone asone asone
one of the speakers for the evening
but the respectable negro men and andwomen andwomen andwomen
women in the gathering had decided decidedbeforehand decidedbeforehand decidedbeforehand
beforehand that although they would wouldappreciate wouldapprecIate wouldappreciate
appreciate any entertainment the Amer American AmerIcan Amnerican ¬
ican party campaign committee decided decidedto
to provide they would not permit a aman aman aman
man of Newtons stripe to address them themespecially thomespecially themespecially
especially In view of the fact that thatthere thatthere thatthere
there were women In the audience audienceBill
Bill Newton entered the hall on onMayor on1Iayor onMayor
Mayor Bransfords right and took his hisseat hisseat hisseat
seat beside the mayor in front of the theaudience theaudience theaudience
audience apparently anxious to earn earnhis earnhIs earnhis
his fee of 250 for delivering the ad address address address ¬
dress Mayor Bransford was called on onfirst onfirst onfirst
first and the mayor began by saying sayingthat salngthat sayingthat
that he was no speaker and then kept kepthis kepthis kepttile
his promise In about ten minutes H HJ HJ
J 1 Dininny took up a little more time timein timeIn
in telling what fearful things might mighthappen mighthappen mighthappen
happen if any Mormons were elected electedto
to the city council and then Bill New Newton Nowton Newton
ton prepared to deliver his speech speechBill speechBIll speechBill
Bill started to rise as the city at attorney attorney attorney ¬
torney finished but before he could be begin begin begin ¬
gin his speech the chairman announced announcedthat
that the remainder of the evening eveningwould evenIngwould eveningwould
would be taken up with dancing and andrefreshments andretre andrefreshments
refreshments retre hments Just then the orchestra orchestrabegan orchestrabegan orchestrabegan
began a twostep and the mayor and andBill andBIll andBill
Bill Newton marched out outThe otltThe oiltThe
The attempt of the Americans to tohold tohold tohold
hold a smoker at the Building Trades Tradescouncil Tradescouncll Tradescouncil
council headquarters resulted In a fiz fizzle fizzle Zizzle ¬
zle zleA
A horde of city cIt employes and work workjnen workplen workjnen
jnen for P J Moran gathered last lastnight lastnight lastnight
night at Morans warehouse In the Sec Second Second 5ccend ¬
ond precinct and listened to some im impassioned Impassioned Impassloned ¬
passioned appeals to the voters to keep
E G ODonnell in the city clt council
OWNERS OF STATE LANDS LANDSNOTIFIED LANDSNOTIFIED LANDSNOTIFIED
NOTIFIED OF PAYMENTS PAYMENTSTwelve
Twelve thousand postal cards notifying notifyingowners notifyingowners
owners of state lands that their payments paymentsare
are due have been sent out from the theoffice theoffice
office of the stato land board the last lastbatch lastbatch
batch going into the malls yesterday On Onthe Onthe Onthe
the postal cards is printed the amount du duthe dup duethe > >
the state in principal and a dinterest interest on ettfi ettfitract ert ermtract
tract of land with the new rule of the theboard theboard theboard
board that the payments paYD1 ntJ must rnustbe be made madeon tq de deon
on the first of the year when they thcyfall thcyfalldue fall falldue faildue
due or o before
AIM TO WIN VOTE VOTEKearns VOTETHROUGH VOTETHROUGH
THROUGH SEWERS SEWERSKearns
Kearns Party About to MakeHurrah Make MakeHurrah MakeHurrah
Hurrah Over OverAdministra OverAdministralions Administra Administrations Administrations ¬
tions Botch BotchSCANDAL BotchSCANDAL BotchSCANDAL
SCANDAL IS PLAIN N TO ALL ALLWORK ALLWORK ALLWORK
WORK WHICH SHOULD HAVE HAVEBEEN HAVEBEEN HAVEBEEN
BEEN COMPLETED NOT DONE DONEAt
At last the Intercepting sewer Is to tobe tobe tobe
be put into commission I At the meeting meetingof
of the board of public works last night nightIt
It was announced that connections would wouldbe
be made from the laterals next Monday Mondayand
and that at onco several hundred connec connections connections connections ¬
tions would be made madeMonday made1tonda madeMonday
Monday is chosen to Install the im improvement lmproement improvement ¬
provement as that is the day before elec election election electlon ¬
tion and the voters will hardly know In Intime Intime intime
time whether the sewer really is In good goodcondition goodcondition goodcondition
condition The American party Intends Intendsmaking Intendsmaking intendsmaking
making a great hurrah about the com completion completion cornpletlon ¬
pletion of the work worka a glaring botch of ofgraft ofgraft ofgraft
graft Incompetence and tardiness which whichhas whichhas whichhas
has stamped this as one of the worst bun bungles bungies bunglee ¬
glee of city administration administrationIt
It Is now expected that the good people peopleof peopleofthe
of ofthe the west side the thousands who have havepaid havepaid havepaid
paid good money for the work and have havegrown haveI havegrown
I grown weary with waiting for the com completion compietion cornpletlon ¬
pletion of the sewer will throw up their theirhats theirhats theirhats
hats and yell for the American party partyAmong partyAmong partyAmong
Among other things it Is hoped that this thiswill thiswlU thiswIll
will be the one thing that will help Ed EdODonnell EdODonnell EdODonnell
ODonnell out in the councllmanic c race in intho Inthl inthe
the Second ward where he awaits cer certain certain certam ¬
tain tam defeat at the hands of John Ek Ekman Ekman Ekman
manThat manThat man manThat
That work which has cost more than thanio000 thani5OOO
io000 over the contract price should have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been done a year and a half ago The TheIntercepting TheIntercepting Theintercepting
Intercepting sewer has been idle for two twoyears twoJears twoyears
years and only through investigation by byL byL byL
L C Kelsey erstwhile city engineer was wasit WiltIt wasit
it learned that several manhole bottoms bottomshad bottomshad bottomshad
had been left out and that other glaring glaringoversights glaringoversights glaringoversights
oversights traceable to the inspection sys system system systern ¬
tem of the board of works had not been beenremedied beenremedied beenremedied
remedied Time after time the contractor contractorand
and chief inspector have promised that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the work would be completed in ten days daystwo daystwo daystwo
two weeks six days and a few other otherspecified otherspecIfied otherspecified
specified times It was just two months monthsago monthsago monthsago
ago when W Yo J Halloran asked the con contractor contractor contractor ¬
tractor M3ke OConnor when the sewer sewerwould sewerwould sewerwould
would be ready for the laterals to be beturned beturned beturned
turned in inPromise InPromise inPromise
Promise Every Fortnight FortnightAboutten FortnightAbout
Aboutten About ten days or two weeks at the thevery thevery thevery
very outside said the contractor contractorAnd
And it was just three months ago when whenMr whenMr whenMr
Mr Halloran then hearing rumbling from fromthe fromtho fromthe
the west side asked that same ques question question question ¬
tion tionOh
Oh I should judge we will have every everything evcr evcrthing everything ¬
thing finished in two weeks the genial genialcontractor genIalcontractor genialcontractor
contractor responded respondedBut re ponded pondedBut
But It was not finished either time Mike MikeFitzpatrlck MikeFitzpatrIck MikeFitzpatrick
FitzpatrIck chief Inspector knew nothing nothingabout nothingabout nothingabout
about the work how much was done donewhen donewhen donewhen
when it would be completed or what kind kindof
of shape it was in Neither did any mem member member member ¬
ber of the board with the exception of ofChairman otChairman ofChairman
Chairman H G McMillan 1IcMlJIanand and he re refused refused refused ¬
fused to say sayBut sayBut sayBut
But at the time when they were find finding findIng findlog ¬
ing fault with the big sewer and It looked lookedas
as if It would be completed only a year yearafter yearafter ear earafter
after it was promised to the taxpayers taxpayerson
on the west we t side it was found that the thewooden thcwooden thewooden
wooden stave outlet pipe running from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the Ninth North pumping plant to the theriver therher thericer
river was leaking so badly that it could couldnot couldnot couldnot
not be used This work was contracted contractedfor
for at 16000 160 or a little more And of ofthis ofthis ofthis
this amount all but a little more than thanOOO
5000 OOO has as been paid paidWhen paIdWhen paidWhen
When the trouble was found Chairman ChairmanMcMillan ChairmanMcMillan ChairmanMeMillan
McMillan of the board of works < s Mayor MayorBransford MaorBransford Mayorliransford
Bransford and the city engineer then thenL
L C Kelsey looked it over It was seen seenthat seenthat seenthat
that if the contractor A Campbell were werecompelled werecompelled werecompelled
compelled to take out the wooden staves staveswhere staveswhere staveswhere
where they leaked and put In new staves stavesthat stavesthat stavesthat
that the work would not be completed completedfor
for months more So Mayor Bransford Bransfordgave
gave the order to P J Moran to plaster plasterthe
the outside of that wooden pipe and the thecontractor tbecontractor thecontractor
contractor used cement two feet thick thickall thickall thickall
all around the pipe pipeHo pipeHe pipeHo
Ho sent In his bill to the city for 20 Q
46876 and it came near getting through throughwhen throughwhen throughwhen
when Councilman James D Murdoch now nowRepublican nowRepublican nowRepublican
Republican candidate for mayor spiked spikedthe spikedthe spikedthe
the whole matter and forced an investi investigation investigation investigation ¬
gation as a result of which the bill has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been held up What will be done with withit
it after election is a question which Is Isknown isknown isknown
known only to the American party mem members members members ¬
bers of the council councilPlot councilPlot councilPlot
Plot to Catch Votes VotesNow VotesNow VotesNow
I
Now it is declared that on next Mon Monday 1Ionday Monday ¬
day connections will begin to be made madeTaxpayers madeTaxpayers madeTaxpayers
Taxpayers have been suffering all sorts sortsof sortsof sortsof
of inconveniences as a result of the tardy tardywork tardywork tardywork
work which should have been completed completedaccording completedaccording completedaccording
according to contract contractIn In July of 190S 190SWith 190With 190SWith
With the announcement that this night nightmare nIghtmare nightmare ¬
mare has at last been put out of busi business businesswhich businesswhich ¬
ness nesswhich which may not be true trueIt it Is hoped hopedthat hopedthat hopedthat
that hundreds of voters who have bolted boltedthe boltedthe boltedthe
the party through the sewer fiasco will willreturn wlUreturn willreturn
return returnIt
It has been felt that many votes were werebeing werebeIng werebeing
being lost on the west side because of ofthe Ofthe ofthe
the slow work and the scandals In regard regardto
to the sewer This fine little political politicalstroke politicalstroke politicalstroke
stroke however it is hoped will help out outin outIn outin
in the Second ward The contractor Mike MikeOConnor MikeOConnor MikeOConnor
OConnor superintendent superlnten ent of the James JamesKennedy JamesKennedy TamesKennedy
Kennedy Construction company has been beenworking beenworking beenworking
working large forces of men for more morethan morethan morethan
than a week repairing the poor work and andpatching andpatcblng andpatching
patching the sewer together in the hope hopethat hopethat hopethat
that it can be made ready read He was told toldthat toldthat toldthat
I that It must be completed before elec election election alection ¬
tion day and was given all kinds of ofpromises ofpromiges ofpromises
promises for future work if he did th3 th3work th3work thswork
work on time And he delivered the goods goodsmaybe goodsmaybe goodsmaybe
maybe maybeIn
In addition to sounding the glad tid tidings tidIngs tidirgs ¬
ings in regard to the Intercepting Int rcepUng sewer sewerwhich sewerwhich sewerwhich
which caused a sigh of relief from every everymember everymember everymember
member of the board boardthe the board officially officiallyaccepted officiallyaccepted officiallyaccepted
accepted sewer extensions Nos 182 and and1S5
185 Extension 185 runs east of Main Mainstreet lIalnstreet Mainstreet
street to the gravity sewer and Exten Extension Extension Extenslon ¬
sion 182 IS runs between Main and Second SecondWest SecondVest SecondWest
West streets south of Fifth South SouthThe SouthThe SouthThe
The board took up the matter of build buildIng building building
Ing an elevator on the city side of the thecity theclty thecity
city and county building but put It over overuntil oeruntil overuntil
until the next meeting
RUlES ARE VIlA VIOLATED VIOLATEDCity
City Cty Recorder Recorer Takes Taes Orders Order and andMakes andMes andMakes
Makes Mes Unfair Unfai Arrangement Anement on onVoting onVotng onVoting
Machine MachineIn
Voting Votng Machne MachneIn
In arranging the ballots balots on the vot voting votIng voting ¬
ing machines the city cl recorder has vio violated violuted vielated ¬
lated all al rules of fairness by placing placingthe plcing plcingthe
the American party ticket at the tap topwith tapwih tapwith
with wih the Socialist SocIalst ticket tcket next and the theRepublican theReIlllCn theRepublican
Republican ReIlllCn ticket tcket third third The reoogf reoogfned recg recgnId recogned
ned order of the tickets tcl > ets shouli be bethat bethat
that the ticket tlket which polled poled the great greatest ret retest ¬
est number of votes at the last lst preced preceding pree precedlug ¬
ing election should be first and the theother tle tleother theother
other tickets tckets follow in the order of oftnt oft oftne
tnt t t number of votes cast at the last laatpreceding lastpreceding a8treceding
preceding election electionWith electon electonIh electionWith
With Ih this custom tustom observed the Re Republican RepulUcnn Republican ¬
publican pulUcnn ticket Uc et would come first frst and andthe andthe andtli
the the tli American next with the Demorats Democratsand
and Socialists Socialsts following folowing The arrange arrangement arrangement arrangemeuit ¬
ment of the ticket was a compromise compromisehowever compromlhowever compromisehowever
however between J B Moretan city cityrecorder cityrecorder cityrecorder
recorder and J E Darmer Darmercl city chair chairman chairman chairman ¬
man for the American party Darmer Darmerand Darmeranl Darmarand
and some of his Amercan gang insisted thit the thefuBion therutlon thefusion
anl fusion rutlon candidates gng for the city council councilbe counci
be left off of the ticket tcket on account of ofrltged ofrLged ofL
lef
rltged L ged technical technicl irregularities Irregularltes and andwhen andwhen andwhen
when Moreton refused to play pla7thelr pla7thelrlow their theirlow theirlow
low style of politics poltcs he agreed to the theplan tte tteplan theplan
plan for placing the American Amerian and So Socialist Eoclalst Socialist ¬
cialist clalst ticket tickets tckts above the Republican Republicanticket
THE THERailroad SEOUl SEOULOUTBREAK SEOULOUTBREAKRailroad OUTBREAK OUTBREAKRaoad
Railroad Raoad Station Stton Attacked Atcked and andBurned andBuedRioters andBurucdBioters
Burned BurucdBioters BuedRioters Rioters Moving MovingNorthward Movg MovgNorhwar MovingNorthward
Northward NorthwardSeoul Norhwar NorhwarSeoul
< > Seoul Oct 30 ZOThe The union eta station etation < >
sa saton
< > tion ton here of the SeoulFusan rail rl 4 4road < S Sroad >
< > road was attacked atacked by 300 30 rioters riotersat < j >
< j > at midnight last iat night and partly partlyS party partyburned partlyburned >
< S > burned The rioters were die diso diepersed < t >
4 > persed pered but gathered again and andare 0 0o 4are < >
o < > are said sid to be moving northward northwardNo <
o < > No casualties have been report reported > 9 9ed s sj >
< j > ed The garrison has been or ordered ordered ortiered < >
dered to quell qul the disturbance < >
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POlCE POLICE WERE MERENOT NOT NEEDED NEEDEDWomen
Women of New ew York City Ct Hold HoldPolitical a aPoltcal aPolitical
Political Convention for the theFirst theFist theFirst
Poltcal Conventon
First Fist Time TimeNew Tie TieNew TimeNew
New York Oct 29 2n 20One One thousand thousn dele delegates del dolegates ¬
gates completely cmplet y filled the floor foor of Car Carnegle Carnegie Carnegie
negie hall hal tonight at the first frst vomens vomenspolitical vomenspolitcal vomenspolitical
political politcal convention cnventon ever held in New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York YorkMrs York YorkMrs
Mrs 1rs Clarence Mackey presented presnt the theplatform theplatform
platform which was adopted adope Peaceful Peacefulas l > eceful ecefulas
as was the purpose of the convention conventionthere cnenUon cnenUonthe conventionthere
there the rested in adjoining ck cloak rooms rms 150 150policemen 1i0policemen
policemen policmen with night sticks stick In their tleir belt beltThey blt beitaThey
They hey were not needed The convention conventiondemanded coventon coventondemanded conventiondemanded
demanded demandedAmendments demandedAmendments demandedAmendments
Amendments to state stat and national ntional con constitutions consttutons constitutions ¬
stitutions sttutons permitting permitng women to vote voteamendments voteamendment voteamendments
amendments amendment to the city charter requir requiring reuir reuirIng requirlug ¬
ing onethird onethIrd of the board of education educationto
to be b women womEn compensation cmpnston for all civil civilservice civilsrce civilservice
service srce employes including teachers tacher by byposition byposnICn byposition
position posnICn ano aRi not by sex and an an amend amendment amendmerit mendmelt ¬
merit melt to the thl state civil cvI service servic law pro pronlbltlrjr prolbll proaibitirg
nlbltlrjr lbll the exclusion of ofany any citizen citzn from fromany fromany fromany
any examination by reason of sex sexr
S f r
i BREATHIT BREATHIITCOUNTY COUNT WAR WAROfcial VIAROfficial
Official Ofcial Ballots Balots Taken Taen From Fom Bank Ban in inJackson i inJackson
Jackson Ky and the Sheriff SheriffUnable Sherf SherfUnable SheriffUnable
Unable to t Recover Them ThemJackson ThemJackson ThemJackson
Jackson Ky K Oct 29 29OfficIal Official 0fCcial ballots ballotsintended blots blotsIntended ballotsIntended
intended for the county election on Nov
2 were seized by a body of armed men mentoday MeRtoday mentoday
today from a bank where they had been beendeposited b beendeposited
deposited for safe keeping The band hur hurried hurried hurned ¬
ried the ballots to an almost inacces inaccessible lnc inaceessible ¬
sible part of the county and late tonight tonightsuccessfully tonightsucssfuly tonightsuccessfully
successfully sucssfuly resisted arrest arrestSheriff arrestSherif arrestSheriff
Sheriff Sherif Crawford Crwford got warrants warnts for the thearrest th thearrest
arrest of County Clerk Hurst Hurt and an another In Inother another ¬
other man organized a large poise p ami amiwent an aadwent
went after afer the ballots balots He returned returnedemptyhanded return returnedemptyhanded
emptyhanded empthanded saying that when they the ap approached apeproahed approached ¬
proached proahed the house in which the ballots ballotsare blot
are held they were covered cmere with wih sixty sixtyguns sxt7 sxt7gns sixtyguns
guns In the hands of raiders Then Ten the thesheriff thesheriff
sheriff gns sherlf and his men decided to return to toJackson t toJackson
Jackson JacksonLater JacksonLater TacksonLter
Later Lter A H Hurst was arrested arrestd on a awarrant awarant awarrant
warrant warant charging him with having fraud fraudulently fraud1l fraudulntiy ¬
ulently 1l nti removed or permitted permite others other to toremove toremove toremove
remove tho ballots balot He le was wa released rlesd on onJ2500
J2500 25 bail ballThe bailThe bailThe
The present county officials ofCclals were elect elected elct elcted elected ¬
ed four years ear ago when the ticket tcket which whichwas Whichwas hich hichwas
was headed by the late Judge James JamesHargls JamesHargis Tams TamsHargis
Hargis was swept out of office
NEGRO GUN MAN MAY BE BEHIDING B BHIDNG BEHIDING
HIDING HIDNG IN SALT LAKE LAKEAdvices LAKEAdvlces LAKEAdvices
Advices received rceived from Pocatello Poctelo Ida Idayesterday Idayesterda Idayesterday
yesterday state that a negro negr answering answeringto
to the name of Walter Valer Smith Smih who shot shota
a man in that place Thursday Thprda night Is Isbelieved II Isbelieved
believed to have come to Salt Lake LakeSmith IkeSmith LakeSmith
Smith blieved Is known to have friends in this thiscity thi thicity thiscity
city and it is believed beleved they know of f his hiswhereabouts hiswherabouts hiswhereabouts
whereabouts wherabouts It Ils ItIs is stated that Smith told toldother toldother toldother
other friends In Pocatello PontelC that he Intend Intended ¬
ed coming cml1g to t Salt Lake following tolowing the theshooting theshooting theshooting
shooting of another man during a quarrel
WANT TO TAKE CENSUS CENSUSMany CE JSUS JSUSMany
Many Applications Applcatons for Places Sent to toHugh toHugh toHugh
Hugh A McMIIIIn McMIIIInHugh McMIln McMIlnHugh McMIiIinHugh
Hugh A KcMillin McMiin is nopular these thesedays thesedy thesedays
days dy During the last few weeks weks ap applications applctons apphications ¬
plications plctons by the th score sore have been n com coming em eming oemlag ¬
ing to him from fron men wishing positions positionsai
ai census CEnSCI taken tkers to wirk In Utah Tth pOsitDS pOsitDSat but butMr butMr butMr
Mr McMlMIn McMI1n can cn do nothing until untl fur further turther further ¬
ther orders are received fran Washing Washington Walhng Walhngton ¬
ton He has been appointed apltinted census censusdirector censusdiEctor censusdlr
director diEctor dlr etor for Utah but loea not know knowhow knowhow knowhow
how many man he ia ii i ye 0 appoint I nor norhow nortow nor1ow
how Utah will wi be divided divded Census tHk tHkerg bker8 tkerg
erg in the densely denaly settled stted districts dlatrlctl tvill tvillreceive 1Hl 1Hlrive vihIreceive
receive 3 cents a name and a per r diem diemallowance diemalowance diemallowance
allowance alowance Those In the sparsely sp ely set settled settIed ¬
tIed district will receive reeive more
The merit of the Wasatch Brands BrandsDid Br BrandDid
Did bring them thm into int fame fameThe fame fameThe
housewife hou this brand de demands tiemantis
The good go wfe Uls ¬ w wmand
mantis mandsThere mandThere mantisThere
There are none noe Just the same

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