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2 4 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH THURSDAY DEC 9 1909 t
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WOMAN ARRESTED FOR I
MAKING RACE HANDBOOKS
hujgo Dec SThe first woman to
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b arrested by the police on the charge I
of running a handbook in Chicago wa
iikti into custody yesterday She is
M i r Laurel Johnson also known aa
Lieur Nelson She and Harry Dudley
w < re arret < i by tectives from the Cen I
tr u station as alleged handbook opera I
tor
toru uctivf fnrd the man and woman
In Dudleys riKir tore and took theiii to
the station where both gave bonds for
il > i > erance this morning A formal
charge of keeping a gambling house was
tJ led aganst them Miss Johnson is
tvi II knowii in the vicinity under the
m itmic Lt Nt loii She is about 25 years
old
WATKINS SAYS COLLINS I
WILL BE IN CONDITION
Despite pors that have reached the
Bird Leg Collins training camp to the
rffeot that Ogdt fans are going to back
Ivu SullU in when the two meet Janu
ary 7 because Collins is said to be over
trained a ditrprent view 13 held bv the
lo < al fans Boh Vatklns who arrived
finiii Demtr Tuesday to take charge of
rvihns ij known as one of the best
truii > T3 in the business Watkins says
that with the fight a month off he will
rot get down to hard work with Collins
urtil next wek He has handled Collins
U urr and ts that he is in great shape
TW and ha improved greatly In his box
lng
CARDINALS TO TRAIN I
FIRST IN TEXAS CITIES
L t Louis Dec 8R L Hedges pres
ld it of the American Leegue baseball
I announced here too > y exhibition
fh > coming
hi > for his team duriig
t I rning season at Houston San An
Iii and Dallas Tex Oklahoma City
K 1 < uis City Louieville and Fort Wayne
In1 l
scheduled at Hous I
n lP fist came is i
i March J
SOME RICH STAKES AT
SARATOGA NEXT YEAR
iv York DC > NFor the season of
Vi ii the 8ai ititM Racing association will
pniMde a bUiltf program which will en
Ttd the expenditure of 1300000 This is
1 iv material increase over the offer
gs of 190ft and is regarded by turfmen
i < t Miknce of the confidence which race
tuk managers have for the future of
t n port
WILLIAMS DARK HORSE
TO BE NEXT SECRETARY
rhicago DeC S Charles Of vViliams
t Mirer of th > Chicago National league
Filly be the next secretary of the Na
1 nMl I league So busy have ben me
in gnates discussing the election of a
H i indent that the office of secretary
i radical has been overlooked II
i ins hut not come out us a candidate
I r i the IK 1111011 but it is said Presi
nt He > illr favors hun and that he
will i be flit choice fo the job it lleyd
1 > is rei lefted
WILLIE HOQQ DIES
Jutlolo Colo Dec Information was
rived here today by relatives that Wfl
1 I < Hogg pitcher for the Louisville
Iwrican association baseball dun dicu l
ihif 1 mornmi in N cw Orleana Ho g was
niii the New York Americans for five
ai > ip lie was a Pueblo boy and began
l i i baseball career here
VIli H ng will be remembered by the
idtime Kill laiih in Salt Lake aa a mem
hr of th t alt Lake state Uague team in
111 and 1 and later as a member of
ue Spokji dub in the Pacific National
Latuc Iligg was one of the most pop
iar plajtrs that pErfQrmed en a Utah
mainund < ant always could count on a
hand from trip bleachers He was a good
titcher aid all around consistent ball
j IIaser
FORMER WINNERS
+ The irvious winners of the New
+ Y irk tixdy race and the distance +
+ covered iJllowa +
+ MllesLap +
+ NMiI r and Walter J73J 4
4 ituo Elk x and MacFar t
+ mil I I S 7
+ 1 fttlWdIlr and Ie 4
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+ iKhfin 2555 4 4
4 ll2L < aldr and Floyd 4
+ Nre 2477 I +
4 3dlnou and Munro 2318 3
+ 4R t 111 Dorlon 2388
+ InCv 1 R iot tnt 1 Fogler 2MO 6
8292 2 1
+ irfRit l 1111 Kosler
+ i 7Rul Hid Stol 2H3 5
and Mo 4
A If SMa Krfiland
+ ln 2737 4 4
+ + + + + + 44tp + + + + + + + + + H
Whether the place is adver
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Art Glass Electric Dome This is i a beautiful orna
for the Dining Room ment for your dining
room and may be seen
Exactly like picture 14 i t 1 size
at our store Special SIZe
inches 3 feet long 16 j inches
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One Week Sale Only
Salt Lake Electric Supply Co
151 MAIN STREET
See Our Display Electrical Christmas Presents
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I Give Books for Xmas I
1 Good Books I
Theyre entertaining instructive and elevating Nothing convey a bMutifFl
Christmas sentiment the same as a good bookit show good tarte and JdgIt
We Lead in Christmas Books
Algers and Castlemans
Books for Boys
Interesting wholesome reading for the long winter evening eel af 1
strnetlen and education
Xmas Special 25c
An Immense Mae ef ZZIZZIIZIII ZZIIIZIZIZI
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Illustrated Books
Large asserlmont of styles and titles with attractive HH < eHterdtlnlBg itw
trtitleBa Siilendld for boys or girls
a Xmas Special 25c
at s
Many beautiful styles
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0 Gift Books
OoHerouslj Illustrated all handsomely colored ollreJlrltd V ts a d aa
ilmeats of varied natures
Xmas Special 2 for 25c I
Fountain Pens Bibles
would consider a good fountain Are indeed sensible presents tor you
Aay man gift We have the or old We have class Bible sty
tain pen an ideal in all grs4
best makes Conklin Held and Water Bibles and family Bibles
man selffillers and styles
250 to 800 50c to 1250
Ask to see the D S S U Special Fountain Pen at 75c
Deseret Sunday School Union Book Store
I 44 East South Temple
Mall orders filled some day us received
SWITCHMEN DO NOT I
MAKE ANY SHOWING I
After One Week the Strikers l
Have Lost Instead of
Gained Ground
FREIGHT TRAINS MOVING I
STRIKE PARTIALLY EFFECTIVE I
IN MONTANA AND SPOKANE iI i I
St Paul Dec 8After one week the
striking switchmen have gained no ma
terial ground and the railroad pfflcials
assert that the strike ha been broken A
trip through the terminal a was made yes
terdaj afternoon by a party of St Paul
husmess men and their signed report on
the condition as they found it indicates
dt Itast that whatever hold the switch
men have on the situation Is outside the
Twin Cities
St Paul Minneapolis Duluth Minne
apolis Junction and Minnesota Transfer
ire working about normally At Great
Falls Butte Spokane Seattle Superior
end a few other places the switchmen
are said to have the upper hand
Some Trains Tied Up
At Great Falls for instance the normal
Equipment of the Great Northern is nine
engines and thirtytwo men while there
and three
are working only two eriginec
ment
At Butte the normal to six engine and
sighteea men and there are working one
engine and two men 8t > okanes normaJ
is five engines and twenty men and there
ire working two engines and six men At
Seattle the normal is nine engine and
thirty men and there are working three
engines and six men
President Frank T Hawley of the
Switchmens union declared that the rail
roads were making up trains of empties
ealed to convey the impression that
freight was moving The railroad of
ficials say they can move freight as eas
ily as they can handle empties
Freight Being Moved
Chicago Dec 8The Railroad Genera
Managers association which has been
looking after the switchmens strike in
tIle northwest issued a statement to
night saying
General Manager Gruber of the Great
Northern has Just wired ua that twenty
MX switchmen returned to work at Spo
kane today entirely cl artng up the sit
ration at that point
A lengthy telegram Just received shows
that prominent business men of St Paul I
hae investigated the situation inde
pendent of the railroads and their con I
clusion is a matter of record to the effect
that freight is being moved in a satisfac
tory manner If this were not true na
turally the business enterprises would
complain
Conditions at Seattle
Seattle Wash Dec XThe first strike
breakers imported to the Pacific north
wst to take places of striking switch
11wn arrived today when the Great
Northern brought fifteen nonunion men
from the east They are being housed in
mess cars at the Interbay yards where
guards have been stationed to protect
them
I themThe Great Northern has four freight
switching crews at work on the day shift
I and will add one more tomorrow No
night crews will be put on in the freight
yards until the strike > s completely broken
has
en At Everett the Great Northern
twele nonunion men working In the
passenger yajcds a normal condition is
said to prevail
The Northern Pacific resumed switch
ing service along the water front today
greatly relieving the stagnation in ma
I rine circles caused by the nondelivery of
I carload consignments from interior points
PAPERS SERVED IN CASE
William H Crocker Sued for 250
000 by Francis J Heney for
Alleged Libel
New York Dec 8 Because of the ab
sence of James M Beck from the city
It was impossible to verify today the re
port that he representing Francis J
Heney had begun suit here against Wil
liam H Crocker for 250000 Mr Beck i
was said to be In Washington and Mr
Crocker had already started for San
Francisco with the body of his brother
George Crockr who died here last week
Over the signature of Mr Crocker a
New York evening paper published last
Friday a letter referrering to Mr Ho
neys connection with the graft prosecu
tions m San Francisco The courts have
no record of the case thus far
Los Angeles Dec 8 Francis J He
ney who is in this city on his way to
Arizona confirmed today the report that
he had filed suit in New York against
William H Crocker of San Francisco for
I two for alleged libel Heney said that
the papers in the action were served upon
I Crocker in New York yesterday
SEMBRICH CONCERT ARRAN5ED r
fOR IONIfiHI IS CANCELLED
A T 3 oclock this mornng the concert I
AT which had been arranged for the Bait
Lake theatre tonight was ordered
cancelled owing o the Illness of Profes
sor Wilhelm Stengel Mme Sembrlchs I
husband who is suffering from pneumo I
nia Professor Stengel has been ill for I
several days On Tuesday late at Den j
ver be showed symptoms of pneumonia
but not alarming and Mme Sembrlch
with her husband and her compan left I
that city Tuesday afternoon for Salt Lake
They were due to arrive here at about S
oclock last night inn tii ° train was late
and when last reported was not expected I
until 6 oclock this morning I
While en route in Salt Lake Professor
Stengel became wcrse and Mme Sem
brich wired h ° r idvaree agent here that
It would he inipusbibie to give the con
cert and she would not stop Mme Sem
brich and hII husband will proceed on
to Los iingeles where it is hoped the I
milder weather and lower altitude will 1
prove beneficial to her sick husband
Professor Stengel is about 65 years of
age He was Mme Sembrichs first in j i
structor In music Their home is at Lake
Geneva Switzerland and it is expected
that Professor Stengel will be taken I
there as soon as he is able to cross the
ocean I
It is denied that the discouraging ad I
vance sale had anythng to do with can
celling the concert
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DATA Of DR COOK NOW I
SAfE COPENHAGEN
Papers Turned Over to University
Where the Examination Will
Be Made
Copenhagen Dec 8The north polar
observations of Dr Frederick A Cook
reached here today on board the steamer I
United States Extraordinary precautions
were taken to make sure that the long
heralded data were delivered safely to the
universitys authorities
As soon as the United States was tied
up at her pier an iron box containing Dr
Cooks report and the diaries in which
his original entries were made was
brought ashore
The box was closely followed by Walter
Lonsdale Dr Cooks secretary who had
guarded the box On the pier Lonadale
and two detectives bundled the iron
box into a motor car and were driven
hastily to the University of Copenhagen
Their car was followed by a second auto
mobile At the university the papers
were formally turned over to the authori
ties and placed in a strong room where
they will remain until the committee ap
pointed to examine them is ready to begin
its labors
The examination will be made probably
at Copenhagen observatory None but the
duly chose commission representing the
University of Copenhagen will be per
mitted to be present
United States Minister Egan was to
have attended the committee meeting
but will not be able to do so because of
the delay in the arrival of the records
Mr Egan lean tomorrow for the United
States
The coming of Dr Cooks papers is ac
companied by signs of a revival of the
CookPeary controversy
The Politlken asserts this morning that
the supporters of Commander Peary are
trying to enlfst the services of Greenland
explorers in organizing an antiCook pretfs
campaign
Co
GRAIN DANGEROUS CARGO
Capsizing of Bark Matterhorn Clears
Up Mystery of Fate of
Brodick Castle
Seattle Wash Dee sThe capsiz
ing of the bark Matterhorn off the
Washington coast last week clears up
the mystery of the fate of the British
ship Brodick Castle according to Cap
tain R L Salter of the Matterhorn
who says that the latter vessels bar
ley cargo probably shifted and took
the ship to the bottom of the sea The
Brodick Castle sailed from Astoria
Ore December 5 1998 ana was never
afterward heard from Like the Mat
terhorn she carried barley from Port
land for Ipswich and like the Mat
terhorn she encountered a violent
storm the day after she left the Colum
bia river
The storm shifted the Brodick Cas
tles cargo the same as It did ours
said CVJHaln Salter
In time with the motion of the
ship a barley cargo settles down but
when a new cargo is tossed By a storm
it shifts
PASSED BAD CHECKS
Pasadena Cal Dec XJohn E Ben
nett who gives his home as Columbus
0 and who is alleged to be the son of
wealthy people living there was arrest
ed here today on a charge of having
passed worthless checks
AYNOR DEfENDS NEW
YORK AS DECENT CITY
lakes a Crack at Richard Croker
During AfterDinner
Speeoh
New York Dec Secretary of War
Dickinson and William J Oaynor mayor
sleet of Greater New York were the
principal speakers tonight at the annual
dinner of the Southern society of New
STork The secretary of war spoke of the
north the south and the nation but
Judge Gaynor confined himself almost
solely to municipal Issues Six hundred
southerners were present
Judge Gaynor in this hill first public
address since his election said in part
The long line of officials and bosses
who make themselves millionaires out of
the government of this city some of
whom live abroad and impudently visit
is occasionally now that the statute of
imitations has outlawed their villainies
is a standing disgrace to the moral tone
sf the community
Hastening to the defense of the citys
name Judge Gaynor continued
This city has been most grossly slan
Jtred for several years In respect to its
morality financial credit and otherwise
Let us put a stop to that Mere scolds
and sensationalists are not to be suf
fered to give this city a bad or even vile
name throughout the world I am pre
pared to say from travel and other
means of information that New York is
the most orderly decent and moral city
in the world
TWO MEN DEAD AND ONE II
SERIOUSLY WOUNDED
Tragedy Follows Attempt to Serve
Papers in Divorce Suit in
Kansas City Kan
Kansas City Mo Dec 8The attempt
of Charles H Lukens a deputy sheriff
in Kansas City Kan to serve papers in
a divorce suit on Charles Galloway led
to the killing of Lukens the mortal
wounding of Galloway and the serious
shooting of Harry Anderson detective
here tonight Galloway died later at
a local hospital
Accompanied by William Drew city
marshal of Rosedal Kan Lukens at
tempted to serve the papers on Galloway
in a street Galloway ran and the authori
ties followed The officer shot at the
fleeing man who returned the fire shoot
ing Lukens through the heart Drew
fired at Galloway but he escaped
Sheriff Albert Becker of Wyandotte
county Kan then organised an armed
posse to search for Galloway He wa
found barricaded in the house of J E
Greason his business partner in Kansas
City Mo When officers forced an en
trance he jumped into a closet and fir
ing through the door shot Anderson
through the arm The officers fired
through the door and Galloway fell shoe
through the stomach
Galloway was a prosperous buess
man
WilL HAVE TO CHANGE
ITS SYSTEM AT ONCE
American Indemnity Compan of
Hew York Is Now Un
der Criticism
Albany N Y Dec IThe manage
ment of the American Indemnity com
pany of New York ia criticised in a re
port made public tonight by Superinten
dent of Insurance Hotchktes following
a Joint examination of the company by
the insurance departments of New York
and Massachusetts The company or
ganized under the laws of New York
has its headquarters at St Louis
Compliance with the conditions im
posed which include a change in man
agement says the report seem to
warrant the conclusion that the com
pany may safely continue In business
A careful inquiry into methods of
business of all other companies wrlttpg
credit insurance will be made as soon
as possible
The report says tire preliminary finan
cial statement of the company called at
tention to an impairment of capital
which while doubtless emphasized by
heavy losses in the panic of 1SH > 7 is in
the final analysis traceable both to
what teems to the examining depart
ments to have been in the past an in
sufficient loss of reserve and to prac
tices and operations covering a period
of years
The report then adds
The impairment has been met by a
reduction in the capital stock from 1
000000 to 350000 at a stockholders
meeting held on November Steps
have been or shortly will be taken by
the company at the instance and under
the supervision of the examining de
partments which will make unlikely
repetition of tbe practices to which
criticism is directed
SENATOR SMOOT AT
POTTERS BANQUET
Washington Dec 8Half a dozen
United States senators and a score of
congressmen were guests tonight at the
annual banquet of the United States Pot
ters association which is I in convention
here One of the speakers was Senator
Smoot of Utah
MAY BOTHER EARLY TO
SECURE E HIS RELEASE
Alleged Leper Went to Washington I
and Was Immediately
Arrested
Washington Dee 8When the case of
John Early the alleged leper came up
in police court today Karlys attorneys
asked that he be discharged on consti
tutional grounds Being overruled ex
ception was taken and the attorney an
nounced that Early would not consent
police court unless he be
trial by
to a
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permitted to be present in court
movement by the district counsel for an
postponemept which would
indefinite
mean practlcaBy Ife imprisonment for
was met with a motion by Ear
Early until
lys counsel for the postponement
tomorrow This was granted
Lansing Mich Dec 8 A case of sus
pected leprosy came to the attention Of
Secretary Shumway of the state board
of health In a report from Dr A S War
thin of the Inlversity of Michigan Dr
Warthln said Stanlslaw Squzspa a Finn
iir 1H Kta rirn onf famllTr
who resides witn nig wire ana lamuy
Mich
of seven children at Calumet
presents all Ute characteristics of the
disease Tbe man came from Alaska
five years ago
BANKER ARRESTED
Janesvllle Wls Dec 8 Calvert Spen
ley president of the defunct First Na
tional Bank of Mineral Point who was
indicted by the grand Jury was arrested
and taken today to Madison
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lEOPOlD Of BElGIUM
PREPARED fOR DEATH
Company Formed to Conserve tht
Rights of His Daughters
and Avoid Suite
Brussels Dec S Official denial was
made today of the report that King Leo
pold was seriously ill and it was also
Itated that he was suffering neither from
ippoplexy nor plumonary troubles The
affldal announcement concludes
Th king is afflicted with muscular
rhMnnaUsm which is exceedingly pain
ful but today he was able to walk about
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tile Apartments
The KM Is > with a few friends recently
formed a company capitalised at UjOO
000 covering chiefly the art gallery and
various estates of Leopold in Brussels
and Laekwn The ostensible object of
the company was the conservation and
development of the property but the
real purpose la understood to be the de
sire of his majesty to protect in th
event of his death the inheritance right I I
of his daughters and prevent a repeti
tion of the claims seizures and sale
which occurred after the death of the
queen
Paris Dec 8 Private advices from
Brussels state that King Leopold is
slightly Improved The entire right side
was paralyzed yesterday but today the
king was able to sign documents He
still suffers greatly from rheumatism and
I attending physicians call al the palace
thrice daily
VARIOUS SHIPS NEEDED
Repair Hospital and Ammunition
Towels Asked of Congress by
Nvy Bvrati i
Washington Dec LWith the navy
medical corps asking for hospital ship
and the bureau of construction and rr
pairs demanding a repair ship the b
reau of ordnance hu come forth iLI
a Eupplication for an ammunition Bhlr
Admirai Mason chief of ordnance n
iiis annual report made public tOO8
presents arguments to chow the need
of such a ship
Admiral Mason states that the tuns
for the new battleships Arkansas ard
Wyoming now under construction hay
been tested and that tney will be > > at
least the equal of any thus far pro
posed abroad
The guns are 12 Inches 50 calibre
dS compared with 25 calibre on shirs
now in service Each of the new ships
will carry twelve gun of this type
In the test of the 11inch guns r > >
calibre an initial velocity of SOJOf
seconds was developed and a mUSH
energy of 52500foottonf Obtained 1
five rounds fired at 7JK yards rang
the cispersion wa lees than 100 yrrd
The oureau recommends that congress
grant authority for the navy depart
meut to purcnaa ia whatever manner
desirable ordnance material which involves
volves military secrets
DRANK CARBOLIC ACID
Rosewell N M Dee Despondent
because of the continual drinking of her
husband Mrs J D Deering of this citv
drank a large quantity of carbolic add
last night She lived fur neatly two
hours after drinking the poison
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