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InterMountain Republican SALT LAKE CITY UTAH MONDAY NOV 8 1909 Price 5 Cents The Salt Lake Herald
Vol 15 No 88 VoL 16i No 64
Demise of Popular Man Fol
lows a Long Illness From
Laryngitis and Tuberculo
sis of the Throat
In Following His Ambition to
Build Up the Westl He Over
taxed His Voice While Mak
ing Speech and Hastens End
Fisher Sanford Harris is dead
After a period of slight improve
ment taken as a hopeful sign he
suffered a severe relapse yesterday
afternoon and died at 8 30 oclock
last night conscious to the last
breath Those who stood about him
say that he died smiling and peace
Surrounded by lifelong friends and
members of his family and the whole
city hanging tense on the latest news
from Iris bedside he smiled the rec
ognition that a longlost voice denied
and made it known that he was
aware of the approach of death Sev
eral minutes before the end he indi
cated his desire to be placed in a
chair where he died with no tremor
nor any sign of pain or struggle
Death was due to laryngitis complicat
ed with tuberculosis of the throat
Two years ago Mr Harris strained his
ocal chords In Ills famous speech at
Denver before the Dry Farming con
greSII The peoch bugltthe oonress
to Salt Lake but FlSh1 IItiiis returned
with his brilliant career as an orator for
k eva shattered by the lose of his voice
s Learned spedallsts told him the strain
was but temporary and that he would
recover his speaking ptter A year ago
suh proved to be the ease and for the
brief space of three months he again
a fought to assume his title as the great
est orator and pUblic speaker of the
west Last taprlng the disease coming
on again with complications forever
blighted his hopes and he grew steadily
oare the fflfeUon catialng a general
11 ydral breaJmown
Early jn October as a last resort he
went with Mrs Harris to New York to
corsult with Dr Janewell a famous
throat specialist Within one week he
returned home with the specialists ver
dirt that he might live three months or
re might die within ten day
His ondltlon was kept from the public
for tar the general concern would af
fect his spirit Medical aid being de
6talred of Christian Science was called
Into use and the little family took new
h pl Cheerful from habit Mr Harris
kept his loved ones cheerful and al
though fully aware of his condition
bop d against hope himself
Knew End WS Near
Saturday he Imparted to his family his
Imowledge that death was near and
asked that Judge O W Powers be called
In long conference with his t1leDd he
d w up his last will In full pospn Qt
nl his mental faculties and bd de
P1rs goodbr informing him U t he
J1 not expect to live more than zem1
dus longer
At the time ot the relapse yesterdav
afternoon Gus S Holmes JOIIeph E
Caine W J Halloran A J Davis and
other friends hurried to the Harris home
ut 224 Thirteenth East street and were
with Mr Harn whn he died Mrs liar
rig prostrated at first bore up as well
8S r ould be expected Worn out with
days of anxious watching she happily
fe1 asleep several hours after her hus
band death and Is resting eaeuy today
Flshr Sanford Harris was the organ
11fr and secretary of the Salt Lake Com
mercial club the medium through which
he wielded probably greater influence for
good for Salt Lake and Utah than any
rroan In the history of the state He was
orlgmator of the See Amerl8 First
Idea one that has received national roe
ognltlon He waa president of the Dry
FarMing congress for one year and Is
known as one of the founders of that as
Iodatlon His epoedl before that body
at Denver two years ago has gone down
11 histOry as one of the most eloquent
mastfrflll orations er delivered by an
American The last lines of this speech
Wh4n nestIng birds shall fill the can
nons mouth and bnltlonpd forts are
Continued on Page 2
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Bulletin Just Issued Shows That Dis
ease Attacks Persons Who In
hale Much Dust
Was4thgton l Nov 7That apprpxi
mtely fo tJIeo lItbsor per
sons whose occupatlonj expose them to
dust are due to tuberculosis Is disclosed
In a bulletin prepared at the bureau or
labor hy Frederick L Hoffman
Though the statistics studied by Mr
Hoffman Indicate that municipal and
general organic dusts are less serious In
their effect than metallic or mineral dust
the consequences to health and life he
says are sufficiently serious to demand
careful attention to the problem ot dust
Among occupations exposed to munic
Ipal dust those showing the highest mor
taUt are drivers and teamsters among
whom 259 per cent of deaths Were from
tuberculosis Among occupations ex
posed to general organic dust button
makers showed the highest mortality
378 per cent ot deaths in this occupation
being from consumption
In each of the two groups the highest
consumption mortality was among per
sons from 25 to 3t years of age
For the First Time in Many Years
the Federation of Labor Crosses
the Border
Toronto Ont Nov 7For the first
time In the twentynine years Jt Its ex
istence thE > American Federation at La
bor has crossed the border line of the
United States and beginning Monday will
hold Its annual convention In Canada
With jail sentences hanging over the
heads of President Gompers Vice Presi
dent John Mitchell and Secretary Frank
1orrlsoTl for contempt of court In the
Buck stove cast the question whrther
an appeal to the United States supreme
court shall b made will probably be
decided hy the convention
Mr Gon1llS returned recently from n
four months trip abroad to study labor
conditions His report Is expected to be
of material aid in determining the ques
tion of affiliation with the labor unions
of foreign countries
Industrial training Is likely to prove a
live topic tor discussion
Winnipeg Man Nov 7FIfty armed
con8tabl raided an Indian village at
Ilspion at the head waters of the Sween
river at daylight this morning Several
shots were fired before Indians who have
been threatening he whites were ar
I rested
Government of China Will Spend
Ten Millions Educating Youths
in American Colleges
San Francisco Nov 7Fortyseven Chinese youths arrived from the
Orient yesterday on the steamer Chinato to enter the various colleges in
this country for technical education at the expense of the Chinese gov
ernment They will be followed next year by 153 others and the whole
200 will return home when their courses are completed to give China the
benefit of their American training
The Chinese government determined
that it would defray he expenses of the
education of many or Its young men In
pth rnlted Stats when this government
remitted the indemnity claims amount
log to over 11000000 growing out of the
Boxer trouble In China The whole sum
1t Is promised will be devoted to educa
tional work stndents being sent from
China after securing appointments y I
competitIve examination Each student is i
to be given five years of study In Ameri
can schools
Thv were clod In Occidental raiment
and a1 were minus tho queue of thq Chi
nese when they landed here
The party Is In charge Qf Tong Kwoh
On a member ot the Chinese foreign of
fice and a graduate ot Yale class ot St
They will be taken to Washington and
presented to President Taft
Government Officials Place Little
Credence in Rumors of lnes5
of Roosevelt
Momblsa British East Afriqa Nc
QhogovernmenhobasbeeII < < lnostlrallng
the rumors concerning the Illness of ex
President Roosevelt and while not sUc
cessful in getting Into direct communica
tion with Colonel Roosevelt and his par
ty has learned enough to satisfy the of i
tleials that there is no truth In the ru
The labst dispatch received tonight
from officials In the Interior says
> Nothing known here of the rumors
Eldama Raven reports all well Oct 30
The Roosevelt party Is now on a long
Rome Nov 7John F Garrett secre
tary ot the American legation today re
ceived another dispatch from Iessrs
Newland and Tarlton of Nairobi friends
of Colonel Roosevelt who are following
up their Investigation as to the origin of
the report of Mr Roosevelts illness The
dispatch was as follows
Have ascertained that no uncoded tele
gram have been dispatched from this
protectorate that could be responsible for
the Roosevelt rumor which Is obviously
untrue Colonel Roosevelt Is away from
a railway 1Ve are tlin to communi
cate with him He will wIre direct
Irs Roosevelt who has been greatly
wrought up by the reports of her hus
bands illness remained In her apart
ments throughout the day but Miss Ethel
Roosevelt and Miss Carew took a short
drive accomp3nld by Commander An
drew T Long the American naval at
Reported Strikes of Gold in the Id
itnrod Causes Many to Start
for the Field
Seattle Wash Nov 7Accordlng to S
H Ewing n prominent business men of
Nome who arrived on the steamer Sena
tor today a general exodus of miners Is
expected from the Seward peninsula to the
new gold field on the Idltnrod as soon as
cold weather arts in Navigation on the
rivers has already closed and hundreds
or men who are anxious to go to the new
dlggirgs are waiting for a heavy tall of
now so that trails may be broken and
the long journey can be made overland
The reports received at Nome and other
Sward peninsula town concerning the
1ditarod strike have mused great excite
ment among the miners and the stam
pede promises to pdlJIiIC the famous rush
to the Klondlke The fever has spread to
Fairbanks and the Tanana district where
many prospectors are PU1l1lg up their
stakes and heading toward the Iditarod
country I
John Souden of Quincy Dies From
Injuries Received on Board
North Dakota I
Boston Nov Throughout the 24 hours
of her test at 12 knots speed which was
finished early today the North Dakota
the new battleship of the Dreadnaught
type maintained all economical consump
tion of coo and water The consumption
tests ot the North Dakota thus far have
been In keeping with the remarkable
speld shown In her special mile trials
Thus far the North Dakota Is said to
have eclipsed the fine showing of her sis
ter ship the Delaware But in doing 50
the North Dakota sacrificed one life
that Qf John Souden 16 years old of
Quincy who died at P > rtsmouth naval
hospital last night as the result or In
juries received when a boiler tube split
open Friday
After anchoring cast of Boston Light
this morning to clean fires and oil ma
chinery the North Dakota again steamed
over the sea on another 24hour test at 19
Sacramento Cat Nov 7Flre today
partially destroyed the new threestory
structure ot the American Cash company
retail store causing a loss of 100000 al
most completely covered by Insurance
+ Having been captured and the +
+ reward paid Miss Dolly Dimples +
4 is preparing to leave Salt Lake +
+ However she is well aware of the +
+ fact that there are thousands +
+ who were on her trail during the +
+ twelve days that she was being +
+ pursued that were unable to get +
+ to the Colonial theatre on Satur +
+ day night to see her +
+ Miss Dimples is always pleased +
+ to see those who were interested +
4 in the chase and she will give 4
+ them an opportunity today From +
+ 230 to 430 oclock this after +
+ noon Miss Dimples will be at the +
+ offices of the Utah Gas Coke +
+ company 61 South Main street +
+ At that time she will be glad to +
+ meet those who have not had an +
+ opportunity of seeing her and +
+ the ladies who are there will re +
+ ceive a cup of Hewletts famous +
+ tea served by Miss Dimples +
+ + + + t + + t + tt
President Attends Episcopal
Church Takes Luncheon
With a Few Guests and Is
Presented With Loving Cup
Augusta Ga Nov 7Presldent Taft
enjoyed a real rest today and will start
for Washington tomorrow afternoon re
freshed by two days rest This was the
first Sunday since be has been on me
road that President Taft was not called
upon for an address of some sort The
President arose late and attended morn
Ing services at the Church of the Good
Shepherd Episcopal
He lunched today at the home of Lan
der Thomas with 25 resIdents of the city
During the luncheon Mr Taft was pre
rented with a sliver loving cup as a re
membrance of his golf days on the course
of the Augusta Country club The cup
was inscribed Eighteen HolesSS Indi
cating the Presidents best record OR the
local links
Alter luncheon the President had nn
automobile ride and returned to the home
of Major Joseph B Cumming his host
tOt cli atternJon tea ttlTanged by 115
Cumming The day ended with a dinner
fox twelve at the Cumming home
Tomorrow the President will spend the
morning at golf and at 1 oclock he will
open the GeorgiaCarolina fair leaving
at 230 p 111 for Florence S C
President of Organization Says That
Miners Will Take Stand for
Pittsburg Pa Nov iThomas L
Lewis president ot the United Mine Work
ers or America Indicated In nn Inter
view here today that the miner will
make a stand for higher wages In the
spring Mr Lewis declared that work In
the mines 18 Improving and bound to
continue to do 50
He also expressed cdntdence In his re
election to the presidency ot the organi
ztUon explaining that two locals have
nominated him for every one that named
his opponent Vllllam Green of Ohio
Discussing the prospects for making
new wage contracts next year Mr Lewis
said r see no reason why there should be
any trouble In obtaining wage contracts
with Improved conditions Of course r
cannot say what will take place but you
may be assured that the International con
vention In January will lay down a policy
that will protect the Interests of our men
and their families
Lightning Creates Havoc in Peoria
and One Woman Is Shocked
Dy Bolt
Peoria Ill Nov iThe Illinois valley
I was swept tonight by the severest elec I
I trlcal storm on record at the local weath
er bureau Lightning created havoc
throughout Peoria and for a time all
telegraph and telephone communicatIon
was lost Electric lights In many sections
of the city are out Several houses were
struck and burned
Meager reports from surrounding towns
show considerable damage by the wind
and lightning The storm followed an ex
ceptionally warm day
A freak of the storm at the home of
Oscar Cookey nearly cost the life of
Irs Conltey A large ball ot lightning
entered through the open door encircled
the dining room and Jassej out without
damaging the nouse Mrs Conkey
received such a shock that for two hours
she was uneonerloUs A stepdaughter was
paralzcd the left arm
New York Nov 7La Savoie of the
French line arrived from Havre today M
hours late because of an accident to her
starboard propeller While wallowing In
a westerly swell last Tuesday evening one
or thE starboard engines ftarted to race
Either the propell r had dropped off or I
the tall shaft had broken and It was
ncasSary to shut oft steam and proceed
under a single screw for the rest ot the
Horncll N Y Nov 7Englneer Chaun
coy Green and Fireman Christopher Ay
der were killed F O Trace a brake
man probably fatally hurt and two oth
er employee wsre slightly injured in a
freight wreck on the Erie railroad near
I I Belmont today
Thousands of Citizens Make
the Welkin Ring When F
Augustus Heinze Returns to
Butte After Long Absence
Copper King Predicts That In
dictments Against Him Will
Be Quashed Says He Will
Help City Keep Reputation I
Butte Mont Nov 7On his re
turn to Butte tonight after two years
absence F Augustus Heinze was I
given an ovation the equal of which
has seldom been tendered a private
citizen in this city From the bal
cony of the Butte hotel known in
the days of the factional fights as
Liberty hall and from which
Heinze in years past has often ad
dressed a vast assemblage he spoke
to a crowd of 4000 people being
frequently interrupted with cheers
and shouts of the miners who re
mained loyal through the adversities
and vicissitudes of fortune of their
former leader
At the depot on the arrival ot the train
which brought Heinze from New York a
crowd at 15fJO people had gathered and
with the Boston Montana band assured
hIm of a splendid welcome The carrIage
In which he rode uptown was drawn by a
score or more of stalwart admirers the
horses being unhItched soon after the
arrival of the train and just before
Heinze stepped Into the carriage The
main thoroughfares of the city were brll I
lIantly illuminated with the long strings
and clusters of Incandescents used on fete
days and two huge sIgns blazoned forth
the welcome of the Heinze admirers i
The Colorado mine whistle a Davis
Daly property ot which Heln1e Is prei I
dent screeched a raucous blast as th
parade headed b the band moved up
town In the absence of Mayor Nevin I
County Attorney T J Walker welcomed
him on behalf of the mayor
Heinze Responds
Heinze In responding to the address re
ferred to the Indictments against him In
New YQrk predicting that they would b
quashed or as he expressed It or the
obstacles placed In his path be swept
aside But brief mention of the litiga
tion over some of the richest copper mines
In Butte In which he was involved was
made by Heinze although he referred to
his former achievements and his with
drawal from the political as well as op
erating field In Butte
I am coming back to Butte to help In
the development of the yet undiscovered
wealth In copper and to do my part In
keeping the city the greatest copper cen
ter In the world he declared In conclu
sion Following his address Heinze held a re
ception In the hotel parlor during which
many of his former henchmen and old
friends greted him nthusiastlcall
The Adoption of the Program Would
Nean the Expenditure of
Washington Nov iThe Turkish min
Istry will urge upon the Ottoman parlia
ment soon after It reconvenes Nov 15 the
adoption or a naval program providIng
for the expenditure within the next seen i
u UA
years ot lOOlWIJUI
According to this program seven bat
tleshIps of the North Dakota type would
be constructed together with n number
of torpedoboat destroyers and one hos
pital ship
For the next fiscal year an appropria
tion of 12000000 to begin the construction
of two of the proposed warships will be
asked In order to carry out this pro
gram It would probably be necessary to
negotiate further loans In addition to the
one closed this tall
The declslol of the ministry Is said to
be in keeping with the general attitude of
the people Contributions to a public fund
for the construction of the battleships are
said to be pouring in by the thousands
Canadian Parliament Opens Next
Thursday and Important Ques
tions Will Be Aired
Ottawa Ont No 7The Canadian
parliament opens next Thursday and the
session will probably continue for six
months The chief Item of business on
the government program will be the bill
under which the new Canadian naY will
be constituted
There will be tariff discussion though
legislation In this direction Is not looked
for beyond the bill to confirm tho
FrancoCanadlan treaty The possibility
of thE maximum provisions of the Payne
tariff being Imposed upon Canadian goods
If France Is put on more favorable tariff
relations with Canada than Is the United
States will cause serious talk A scat
tering of member in both sides will press
the government to retaliate
The Canadian banking act and the In
surance net will be stiffened In the direc
tion of greater t8curlt
After Two Years Chase 1t1l1ats Are
Arrested and Identified
New York Nov 7Two alleged kid
napers Antonio Treferio and Gloann
Gangl caught after a two years chase
In the west were held for trial in a po
lice court today In 10000 bail
Rosie Gardano 7 years old who was
kidnaped In 1907 Identified the prisoners
and her mother Mrs Pietro Gardano de
clared that she had paid Gangl 800 when
he threatened to cut the girl up In small
pieces and return her by mall It a ran
som were not paid Eight das after the
kidnapIng the girl was picked up on the
street near her home
f tc V
I I i I
Secretary of the Interior
Richard A Ballinger Secre
tary of Interior Discusses
His Action in Cancelling the
Garfield Land Withdrawal
Cabinet Officer Says That His
Withdrawals Protected Fifty
Per Cent More Power Sites
Than Garfields Action
Washington Nov 7My cancel
lation of the Garfield withdrawal of
a million and a half acres and the
substitution therefor of a withdrawal
order withholding from settlement
location or entry of 30COOO acres
was wholly promotivenot subver
siveof the conservation policy It
was the next logical step in the prose
cution of the policy of Gonserving the
water power on the federal domain
and one which Secretary Garfield
must have taken had he remained in
The first order was a blanket with
drawal Issued to meet an emergency
and without taking time to ascertain just
where the power sites were located In
telligent prosecution of the policy de
manded that as soon as posible there
after these sites be locate and the lands
not needed to protect tl1am be restored
to entry
This statement was made today by
Judge R A Ballinger secretary of the il1
tenor when asked for an explanation Jf
his widely dlllCulHied revocation ot the
Garfield order
That the Garfield withdrawal Wat a
tentative and emergency order Is Obviojg
from some at the facts neeted with It
continued the secretary For examplc
there were a number of Instances where
land thirty and tblrtyI mlle from thE
streams was withdrawn from settlement
under that order AgaIn portions of tl
streams were not withdrawn at all Take
the case of the Owyhee river In Oregon
forty miles of It was skipped entlf V
while another thirty miles where the
stream Is almost level and ho water power
could be developed was Included Then
again many thousands of acres whlh
had been patentedthat is had passed
oompletely from the possession ot th
governmentwere Includid You must
see therefore that It would be an un
warranted reflection on Secretary Gar
fIeld to assume that he would not have
done precisely what I did ascertain as
soon as practicable where the power Sltf
were actually located ana Issue a new
order withdrawIng them from settlement
and restoring to entry all lands not need
ed for that purpose
Question Is Put
otr Secretary It is asserted that you
first revoked the Garfield order about
April 7 and did not issue your new order
until May 1 and that opportunity WhC
thus lorded to those who would secure
i possession of the water sites to do so in
the Interim Is that correct
That Is only partly correct The with
drawal of more than a million acres not
needed to conserve the power sites raised
a storm of protest On investigation I
found that these protests were warrant
ed I found further that by utilizing the
geological survey Instead of the reclama
tion service which had been employl
by my predecessor I could secure acc
rate Information as to the location f
the power sites On consultation with the
legal officers of my department 1 found
that I could make withdrawal orders rpf
reactive that Is that I could Issue WiT I
drawal orders later which would efttolt
ally protect any power sites within ayv
entries which might haY lwen made 1n
the Interim The reclamation eerykf
when caned on for Information as to lli8
actual location of power sites repurtd
that they did not possess aTIY and rpcolTI
mended that the lands withdrawn i It
opened to entry without th usual notk
as the lands had been withdrawn onb
short time Omission of tn notice is op
tional with the secretary nd not a legs
requirement The rltroactlvf provision or
the subsequent wthdratah optratrl
completely to conserve the sites even r
Ing the Interim A5 J hap siid befor
not a single power site has passed out sf
the possession of the governmrnt durln2
I this admin < tratton
I As a matter of fact the withdrawals
ordered by me protettd i I per cent more
power sites than were comPI ved by the
Garfield order This implies understand no
criticism of the Garfield order It merlv
shows conclusively that the Garfle1d
order was tentative and one which any
Continued on Page 2
Participants in Free Speech Riots
May Have Trouble Becoming
Citizens of Country
Spokane Wash Nov 7Names ot the
unnaturall1ed members ot the Industrial
Workers of the World participating In
organized defiance of the city govern
ment In their socalled free speech
fights In this and other cities will be
made a matter of record on the files of
the naturalization office at Washington
D C according to plans made today by
federal authorities
A record ot nearrevolutionary activity
could be made the basis for the non I
granting or revocation ot citizenship pa
pers say the city authorities
Desk sergeants at the police station
have been keeping a record of the names
of the foreignborn members of the order
their native land age length of time In
this country and citizenship papers
Comparison of the government records
with the Jollce data by the naturaliza
tion authorities Would reveal the Identity
of noncitizens In the free speech ag
Itation and their applications for citizen
ship papers
Finds Man With His Sweetheart and
Is Killed in a Fight That
Peoria Ill Nov 7Inssne with jeal
ousy wlen he found Ols sweetheart Della
Sands In a room with John Reising early
this morning John Hudson an excity
employe pounced upon the latter ana
In the melee received two bullet wounds
Ill died this afternoon
Reising was cBJtured six hours after
the shooting He has made a complete
confesslpn of the rime to State Attorney
Reisings visit to the Sands home was
not by prearrangement He did not know
Hudson and whel the latter assaulted
him he whipped out his revolver and
tired twice Relsln tied and was found I
asleep in a cabin boat The witnesses to
the shooting malttJln a stubborn si
lence declaring thy did not know the
name of the assailant All are held for
the coroners Inquest
The dead man two years ago was tried
for killing Charles Ogden with a blow ot
the fIst but Vas acquitted Hudson had
been married two months and his wife
was a witness to the tragedy
SelfConfessed Murderer Says Wom
an Was Behind Act
Topeka Kan Nov 7Followlng a con I
fession that he murdered Mrs Mary I
Short a Topeka voman in the hope of
gaining possesslol of her property Fred I
Fanning today added another chapter to I
his confession and Mrs Minnie English
a woman with whom Fanning was plan
ning to go into the restaurant business I
was arrested as an accomplice I
Fannlng original ccnfeeeion was that
he put poison In Mrs Shorts coffee To
day he declared that Mrs English threat I
ned to kill him if he did not kill Mrs
Short that she told him how much poison I
to Ule and that he gave her 140000 of I
1118 Shorts noney
Grand Junction Cob Nov 7Jobn L
Watt whose home was In Langdon N D
and who was employed In the railroad
yards here was killed this morning when
struck by a Denver Rio Grande passen
ger train
Former First Reader in Christ Sci
entist Church Refutes Statements
Made by Strickler
New York Nov 7Annoyance at a headline in a morning paper
which said
Mrs Stetsons followers defy the mother church today prompted
Mrs Augusta E Stetson the former first reader of the First Church of
Christ Scientist to write her own newspaper story and her own headlines
The latter read
Mrs Stetsons answer Declares her loyalty to tIle mother church
Emphatically denies Mr Stricklers interpretations of her teachings
These captions appear on a fourpage
typewritten statement which Mrs Stet
sons secretary distributed tonight In her
home on Central Park West adjoining
the church of which she was the recent
leader From that position she was de
posed because ot alleged mental mal
practice Of this charge she was ac
quitted by a board ot Inquiry and the
verdict of exoneration wa endorsed last
week by the congregation of the church
but the controversy conUnues
Mrs Stetson reaiflrIllR her allegiance
to the mother church In the tQUowlng
tl1 wish to state here most empbaUcal
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