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THE DAILY STAND ART OGDEN UTAH TTTFS
I SHOE
B R iNS
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f1LEANUP 1
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SALES
Every Summer Oxford
irrespective of what last
leather make or price it is
must be moved out of this
establishment this month
Bargains THAT ARE bar
gains are obtainable here in
I
summer footwear for men
that embody the last word in
style and quality
The smart man who wants
smart shoes that dont smart
at smartly JoV prices here s
his chance
I
WatsonTanner I
Clothing Co
376 24th
I RANDOM
I REfERENCES
Continued from Pago Five
If you eat cat at Livingstons
Cafeteria
Shipping Young Lambs Thrco
I shipments of young lambs sent la
the Southern and Union Pacific lines
fom Reno Nov to Chicago havo
f reached their destination Severn
hours ahead of schedule The lambs
were shlpopd by Lawson the Reno
r stock dealer who is well known in
this city There were in all twenty
two cars of the lambs In the ship
f ments and to avoid shrinkage In
L weight it was necessary to rush the
trains though with all possible haste
Mr Lawson expressed himself as f
well pleased with the service given
him by the Pacific lines
r Bring all the children to Lagoon
1 Friday Aug 12 Prizes for all
> Returns to Work Howard W
Campbell clerk In the Southern Pa
1 eWe offices nt the Union depot has
returned to wont alter reqovenug
from an operation at the local hos
pital
Baseball Salt Lake vs OgdeuWood
craft Lodge Aug 12
Back from IdahoP Peterson pas
senger conductor of tho Southern Pa
cfic returned this morning from a
ten days visit in Rcxhurg and St
Anthony Idaho Mr Peterson has
been visiting with his brother He
states that the crops In Idaho arc
looking good especially In tho vicin
ity of the towns visited
B CL Butter Is tho most neces
sary part of your meal
Col Owen Has a lndsonBorn
to tho wife of J G Owen a nine and
onehalf pound boy
r Better get that Anthracite Coal
Phones 119
Marriage License A marriage li
cense was issued this morning Ol
f iver B Carroll aged 29 of Old Con
I cord Pa and MIHS Blanch atluier
agcd 29 of Nashville Tcnn
I J
Expert Kodak Finishing Leave
your films today and get your prints
tomorrow Films and photo supplies
for sale Tripp New address 2ICC
Washington Ave
HaG a Vacation Miss Ivy Williams
cltrk of the city hoard of education
Is having a three weeks vacation
Miss Williams will spend the limn at
homo In Ogden and in Moutpeliur
Idaho
FOR SALE HO ft iron fence double
a and single gates 25c ft G W Carl
Standard
In a New Machine Archie Brown
ing In a Cadillac machine left De
troit Michigan yesterday for Ogdon
Die progress from Detroit will bo re
ported each day in this paper an tho
young man expect to maim an excep
tional trip in the new machine
Lewis Good Coal is boat Phones
U9
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Appeal of Crittenton Home Board V
The president of tho CHttenton Homo
Aboard says The Urittcnton Homo
iJs much In uend of shoots nlHoW
r lcllpl and lablo linen Conlrlbulioiifi
Will be thankfully received
Or Fornliiml wishes to aiinoiiiico to
1118 friends anil patrons that ho han
removed hit ofTlce to 110 5th over
thu Utahna ding store
W c T U Ladies The ladles of
tie W C T U arc expected to he
WORciit at the meeting of tho Ogden
Uttorment league An urgent apj > ca
oy the president of the organization
Is madQ
FXPERT MAUO STENOGRAPHER
WANrEO Good Position for right
roan State salary Apply X Y Z
S lanllarrl V
liilSi First Boy Detect vo Robert
BurkJ1I
V visit rejoicing lodRy because of the
V tbc Stork at llls home lafL
night Hlsa fine liov the first boy
of the family y
Try > ItLewls
V l1 Lewl8 Good Coal Phones
13anlrupt sale or AIrs
of Dlalrs stock
millinery
2367 hi at Staftol1 1IIl1iner Co
avenue formerlY
rd hoer
t V Wrlghts
Its rates worth while to call 1s and get
our
on storage
coal ShurUlrr
Co phones IS
V V V OLD WOOLS OFFERED
r AT
V LOWER PRICES
Boston Aug
uTlic wool market
I
f
iI r
occupied a firm position with a mod
isla < buslnesH reported Prices hold
stoqdy buVold wppla ore offering at
lower prices thajvtyiavo 1 etmiJaKl for
Hit new clip In thcwoJt Tho mills
which still have ujjich machinery Idlo
aio not heavy purchasers Industrial
conditions Indicate a slow recovery
in manufactured goods and In the
raw material
V
V
Sugar and Coffee
V Now York
YCjirlc Aug flSugar raw
firm Muscovado 89 test 3Sij centri
fimgM fIG leal 43 molasses tuigar 81
lest UfU RoOnod quiet V
Toffee spot steady No 7 Rio 9
Xof Santos 9 31
CANNERIES
WIILL OPEN
ThURSDAY
The tomato canneries throughout
Weber county will commence opera
tions for tho season Thursday and the
prospects for a bumper yield V of tho
fruit this year arc bright A L
Brower who owns eight of tile twon
tyfivo canneries in tho state says
that 350000 cases of tomatoes will be
canned In Utah tills year
The fact that the crop of tomatoes I
In Webor county 13 ripening about tw < i
weeks ahead of the usual lime Is
looked upon by tho growers and pack
ers as an Indication of a phenomenal
yield per aero Usually tho crop is
affected by the early fall frosts In
ripening The danger of frost this
year eliminated as the fruit will all
he gathered before tho nights become
cold enough to do any damage From
the start of tho canning there will bo
three weeks of ripening weather a
condition which has not prevailed in
this part of tho country for years
Mr Brewer In speaking of tho pros
poets of a big tomato yield this year
said that the crops are looking espe
cially fine below the Weber river but
that In the higher grounds the
scarcity of water has had some small
effect on the growth of tho vines
Weber county said Mr Brewer
produces more tomatoes to the acre
than any other county 1n the United
States believe It safe to say wo
produce twice as many tomatoes per
acre as any other county in country
I get reports from all over the coun
try and In most of the tomato dis
tricts the growers arc satisfied with
n yield of eight or ten tons per acre
Hero thore are fields producing more
than thirty tons to the acro and no
crower Is satisfied unless his crop
runs over ten tons to the acre
The canneries are also paying
higher prices for the produce than In
Day other part of the country This
year wo had to pay 10 per ton In or
der to get the farmers to grow toma
toes This was two dollars per ton i
more than formerly and yet we did i
not contract for as many acres as we
usually do Despite the light acre
age the yield will easily equal that
of former years I have eight bun
ded acres of tomatoes to can and
all of the fields aro In excellent con
dition
TEUOAH I FROM
TilE NEW CADILLAC
Battle Creek Mictl Aug S 1910
ill47 p m Browning Bros Co Og
den Utah Arrived at Battle Creok
tonight at 910 p m distance 11G
miles The new Cadillac is a sur
prise taking the Michigan sanfiy
roads with case V
Did not stop tho engine once on the
trip Expect to make Chicago tomor
row afternoon These roads arc worso
that those of Utah
ARCH BROWNING
lit EVIDENCE IS
NOT SUffICIENT
In the case of the State against Fro
Clay a colored man charged with as
sault with a deadly weapon tho court
after hearing the testimony offered
by the state at the preliminary hear
Ing rendered a decision to the effect
that tho evidence was not sufficient to
warrant holding the fcudaut to an
swer before the district court It was
ordered that tho defendant he releas
ed
Clays troubles were not over
though when ho was released from
tho greater charge for he was immcd
lately arrested on time charge of ox
Mbltlng a deadly weapon in the city
which is a misdemeanor Ho will be I
tried on this charge at an early date
It will be remembered that Clay id
time man alleged to havo entered the
restaurant of Clarence Lowe on low
er Twentyfifth street July 27lh and
them created a disturbance that led
to his ejection from the promises
Jc returned to the restaurant how
L and flourishing a revolver
threatened Lowes life I
fUNERAL SERVICES
Of A0 De SURTUfF
Tim funeral services of the late A
D Shurtliff who died at his residence
570 Twentyfifth street yesterday
morning will he held tomorrow at 1
oclock In the afternoon at Larkins
chapel Bishop II C Jacobs presiding
Friends may view the remains at
any tiino after 10 oclock tomorrow
morning but arc requested to brine
no flowers Thursday morning at S30
the remains will bo shipped to Mor I
gan where further services will be
hold at 10 a m In the Morgan taber
nacle Interment will be In tho Mor
I
gan cemetery
Chicago Close
Chicago Aug 9 Wheat Septem
ber 101 121015S DecembertOJ
101C8 May 109
Coru September 6338 Decem er
GO 38 MayC2J622S
Oats September 36 M < 75C 78 Dc
ccmbqr 3838 May M 18 V V
pork September fcllo October
S2050 January 2190
Lard September 11I3 V Novem V
ber 1110January 1035
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T WORK STARTS ON
66MAR ON HOTEL I i
I
John G Ellis Awarded tho Contract For the Lare Structure Which
is to Have a Frontage of 132 Feot on Lincoln Avenue and I
V V V 07 Feet on Twentyftfth Street J i V V V 1
V 1
Y
The Mariouvwljfbo the next largo
hotel and business house o bo erect
ed In Ogden to bo completed not lat I
er than March 1st 1911 The struc
ture Is being erected on Lincoln ave i
nue and Twentyfifth street by State I
lreasuror David Malison and will I
cosl when completed in tho neighbor
hood of 85000
It will be called Marion because I
baby MarIon a brighteyed little girl
of tho Mattson family was born on I I
the day Mr Mattson signed the pa
pers for a 100year lease on the ground
upon which the house is being built
Ground was broken for tho base
ment of this building a few months
ago and tho excavation was com
rIoted but because of an inability to
make suitable terms for tho construc
tion of the place and not being fully
decided as to what kind of house In
build nothing further was done until
this morning when Contractors Doyle
and Bateman began clearing away
no debris that had accumulated
around the promisee from the former
work on tho basement preparatory to
laying the cement for the under
ground of the big structure
Tho pljins have all been perfected
and tho contract for the erection of
the Marlon has been let to John G
Ellis of this city and the work of
completing the basement commenced
The contractor states that there will
be no delay in the building operations
and It Is fully expected that the build
ing will be ready for occupancy be
fore March 1st next year the time
fixed for Its completion I
SECOND tHAND
DEALER IS
fiNED
V
The city ordinances provide that
people keeping secondhand stores
and pawn shops shall keep a record
of all goods purchased and a descrip
tion of tile parties from whom they
purchase This is not being done as
tho officers think It should bo and
they havo taken It upon themselves
to prefer charges against some of the
offending secondhand dealers
Morris Wolfson a secondhand
dealer on Washington avenue be
tween Twentysecond and Twenty
third streets charged with tho In
fraction of this law was before Judge
Murphy this morning After hear
ing the facts in the case tho court
decided that WolfS was guilty A
fine of 5 was imposed
Desk Sergeant Shaw of the police
station stated that the defendant had
furnished no record of things purchas
ed as secondhand merchaniso as
requited by the ordinances and C
E Herrlck testified that he had found
articles belonging lo him that had
been purchased by Wol son and that
Wolson had neither made record of
the same nor kept any account of the
transaction whatever V
J W Cheshire pleaded guilty to tho
charge of being unlawfully drunk
August S and he was sentenced to
pay a fine of 5 or serve five days in
the city jail at hard labor
Peter Peterson failed to appear and
answer the charge of drunkenness
and his ball of 5 was forfeited
FOR OGDEN SEPTEMBER 23
The railway companies will Issud
reduced rates to Ogden for the Four
Stato Fair and International Sheep
Show on September 2Urd to 29tb
1910The
The Intermountain Good Roads con
vention will bo hold on September
23rd and will be in session several
days Delegates to the latter will be
appointed by all the mayors county
commissioners chambers of com
merce and other industrial organiza
tions
Three big events will ho pulled off
at the same limo In Ogden the big
sheep show tho FourState Fair and
the Tntermountain Good Roads con
vention oil September 23rd to 20lh
cJOCETY
The Misses Marv Wilboii Cassle
Bybee Helen Foulgur and Alice find
Edna Hadfield returned Sunday from
a two weeks camping Irlp In South
Fork cunyon They were chaperoned
by Mr and Mrs L Jones
Mrs A A Rlchter of Toroino Ida
ho IB In Ogden combining pleasure I
with business Mrs Richter will re
main for a week or possibly two i
weeks V
Mrs R C Kranss and daughter left
Monday morning for a sojourn of a
few weeks with fllonds and relatives
lu Omaha and other Nebraska points
Mrs W H Cotnpton of Promontory
Point delightfully entertained a fow
V of her lady friends at a tea party yes
terday afternoon In honor of Mrs F
G Berry of Ogden Those present
were Io dames D W Boll V A
Byrnes C F Leo p G Berry and W
II Compton Misses Calve Berry 10m
mu Compton Mary C and Ruth Bell
and Genevieve Byrnes
MrsJRAuslinAvlfo of chief train
dispatcher at Grand Junction Colo
is visiting her husbands parents Mr
and Mrs J W Austin of Ogden
V VG Frelday has
Dr left for a
10day fishing trip at Market Lake
Idaho <
V V
t i k
Miss Florence Calvert IB at home
for a short visit Miss Culvert IB do
w
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t V
The building will bp matte of press
ed brick threo stories high having
It fronlage of J2 feel on Lincoln
avenue and 97 feet on Twentyfifth
street The two upper floors will
contain f0 rooms for a hotel while
Imo ground floor will bo used for bURl
ness purposes and the basement will
be a modern cafe V
From the second floor the building
will bo in three distinct cpmpart I
monts tho V alloy wayp between thorn
to be 12 feet v > ldc > This plan iliaken
It possible for all the rooms of the
building to be outside rooms Each
room will contain a bath There will
Iso bo four public baths In tho build
ing I fjigj
The hotel place will ho modern In
every particular says Mr Mattson
and will compare favorablywith sonv
of the heat hotels of the western
country Architect J C Craig who
drew tho plans for the beautiful Som
leh hotel of Salt Lake has tho ar
chitectural work of the building In
land and an expert builder will be
kept constantly on the ground to see
that the plans are followed to time
lotto
lottoMr
Mr Mattson states that already he
has applications for nearly all the
available store space of tho building
find he says he thinks there is no
question but that O dcn is large
enough to support tile balance of tho
ulldlng as an uptodate hostelry
Rooms are scarce In tho city at this
time and Ogden Increase In popu
lation as marked by the recent con
IUS enumeration together with th 1
splendid building and business growth
of the city Indicate that the building
of the Marion Is timely
lug good work in the training depart
ment of Holy Cross hospital in Salt
Lake and will return after a short va
cation
Miss Norma White and her broth
er Frank of Omaha are tho guests
of their aunt Mr Joseph Paine 120
Twentysixth street
M Kemmerer and wife of Ogden
are on a trip through tho Yellow
stone Park t
tv y i
TijIRTEEN j KILLED
IN COLLISION
J
IGNACIO Calif Aug S Thirteen
persons were killed and at least
twelve Injured several of them badly
tonight when passenger train No G
on tho Northwestern Pacific railroad i
running between San Francisco and I
Santa Rosa met In a head on colli
sion with a lightengine a mile and
a half south of this place
The engines met with such force
I that the engine of the work train
which consisted of a caboose and
I two light fiat card shunted the pas
senger engine to one side and plow
ed part way through tho baggage car
causing the baggage car and tho
smoker to partly telescope V
V
V All Men In Smoker KilledV
Most all the men In the forward
part of the smoker wore killed and
all in the rear were Injured In some
manner
Relief trains were rushed from
both ends of tho line lo the scene of
the wreck Some of tho dead were
Drought to San Rafael and some to
Santa Rosa The injured were taken
In various directions making time list
of names difficult to obtain Owing
to the way In which the cars wore
piled the work of rescue was ex
tremely difficult > and at midnight
there were bodies still In the wreck
age t
ageIt
II was said that it would be impos
sible to get all of the bodies out be
fore morning
Tho known dend arc S
W G POHJJ IAN Pctaluma
GEORGE RILEY Sr Petaluma
HENRY W BM13RSON Petaluma
M A BANGS bearing the card of
tho Rockford Musical union
WILLIAM LITTAUER Santa Rosa
engineer ofl special
JOHN WILKINSON guard at San
Quontln prison
HBRMANN BAYER Santa Rosa
PINCUS LEN Santa Rosa
W NEJLSON Snn Rafael
TWO UNIDENTIFIED BODIES
UNIDENTIFIED BODY bearing
commutation ticket botweon Santa
Rosa and San Francisco and watch
with initialsP L
rho badly Injured
A C Burnham Los Angeles I
W J Cain Black Pint
Captain R SMoil Tagen of tho
schooner Theodore Roosevelt Alain
ctlaW
W V Biicjioler Petaluma
0 C Van Pelt Los Angeles
Alexander SheraJ conductor of IhJ
passenger train
C Speak engineer of the pas
ftonper train
V Edward Reynolds fireman of till I
special
Within two hotirfl after the wreck I
occurred W 1 I Palmer general man
ager of the road J II Hunler mi I
porinlenrient and a corps of physi
cians from neighboring lowna were
working at the wreck
Thirteen persons wore killed and
twelve at least Svorc Injured at 7
clock loulght wlfen the regular
evening passenger train from San
Francisco to Santa Rosa WitS struck I
In a special engine and rnboobe a
mllo alhl1 halfsouth of this place
U fc 1
MAYOR fllYNoe OF NEW
YORK CITY SHOT BY
DISCBARGEDCiPLOYE
Continued fromPage Onej
mayor waS Immediately takeu to the I
operating room Ve was still con1
scions and occasionally spokp to those j
about him M i011 officials who
accompanied hliu to tlif hospital ho
jd
1
DAY AUGUST 9 1910 s
V
indicated thC gravity with which ho
MPwotl tho shot by these wordn V
Say good hy0 to tho people V I
The hospital physicians made a
careful examination of tho wounds i
Their conclusion agreed with that ot i
the ships surgeon that the Injury was
nol necessarily fatal It was found
thai the bulloi had entered tho may J
ors neck back of the ear burying
itself In tho region of the mastoid
bony The bullet wan not located and
nd effort was made to probe
V I
Blood In His Throat
I It was decided to await the urrlv
al of a Burgeon from Now York
Meantime the mayor remained calm
His chief difficulty came from the
Lathering of blood In his throat Af
t I tha ministration of physicians
Mr Gaynor expressed himself as feel
Jug better
The attempt lo assassinate tin
mayor caused intense excItement
throughout New York Tho promin
dice ot the city cxeculivo In recent
months In city and In a growing ox
lent In slate and national affalri
attracted widespread allen LIon
Everywhere the news of the at
tempt on his life was received with
f Idenco of profound regret In all
ubllc places the affair was the ab
sorbing topic One of the first dis
patches of condolence was from ox
President Roosevelt
Mayor Gaynor was carried from the
ship on a stretcher and placed in an
liidortakerB ambulance which had
been summoned by the police Ho
was taken to St Mans hospital in
Willow avenue Hoboken When he
reached time hospital he was ntlll con
scious He was taken immediately
to tho operating room
The doctors examination showed
that the bullet entered the right side
of the neck and did not cut any of
the important blood vessels V
Street Commissioner WoUnded
Street Commissioner Edwards wasV
rlightly wounded by one of the bul V
iets Intended for Mayor Ga nor
V Edwards who was standing by the
mayor seized Gallaghers arm One
of the bullets passed through time
street commissioners sleeve and
grazed his arm The wound how
ever was so slight that Edwards only
discovered It after the excitement haJ
subsided
Mayor Gaynors administration
iihlch began Jan 1 last had been o
cI
drastic In Its roform and he had
condemned so many persons and par
ties In such strong terms that he bo
came the subject of many threats
In municipal circles he had uany
bitter enemies and a number of pow
erful political organizations were un
compromising against him Severil
months ago an armed visitor at the
city hall was found trying to ap
proach Mayor Gaynor He was ar
icsted
The secretary of the mayor MrI
Adamson was quoted as saying he
feared a criminal some lime might
ftiempt to kill tho mayor
1130 a mAt this lime Mayor
Giiynorfl condition Is not so favorable
The doctors are having some trouble
In controlling the hemorrhage Blood
from tho wound finds its way Into
the throat and chokes the sufferer
from time to time The bullet baa
been located about an Inch below
the right car
Drs Brewer and Stewart of New
York have arrived at the Hobokon
capital They say they cannot tell
what the outcome will be
Mayor Started on Vacation
Mayor Gaynor was sailing on the
first vacation he has had since taking
ofilcc on January 1 He has been at
work from 14 to 16 hours a day ant 1
Imperatively felt the need of a rest
In order to be out of reach of the
affairs of his office Si was his inten
tion to avoid all the European cities
and take a jaunt through tho North
Sea to the coast of Norway He ex
pected to be absent about one month
Mayor Gaynor wan rather secretive
about tho preparations for his jour
ney which was tragically interrupted
To friends who saw him at his ofHcc
yesterday afternoon he said theprin
cipal object was the sea trip and he
had no intention or seeing the conti
nent or stopping In any of thc larger
English cities
I want a rest he said I may go
to Sweden and possibly Denmark
He added that he desired to be al
sea as mvch as possible and to rest
thoroughly after the hard work of the
last seven mouths and to get himself
In shape for the many different prob
lems that faced him on his return
home
Prisoner Held Without Bail
Gallagher the assailant was taken
before Recorder McGovorn Ho dis
played little emotion
Ho deprived me of my bread and
butter said the discharged dock em
ploye 1 did not want porterhouse
bteak he added
Recorder McGovern held the pris
oner without bail to await the result
of the mayors Injuries
Gallagher was appointed a watch
man In the New York city dock de
partment April 7 1903 He was dis
charged July 10 1010 after having
been found guilty of neglect of duly
and inisronduct Among his othor
I UauKRressIuns vyaa the fact I hut ho
V foil cd 10 jniuchMho dial on the Univ
i chick lhalrecoriled hla1presence HltI
also was charged with using Insulting
language to mi inspector Since his
I discharge Gallagher has been writing
letters to the mayor
Mrs Sophie Johnson who keeps the
rooming house at IH Third avenue
where Gallagher lives when told that
her boarder had attempted to kill time I
mayor exclaimed with an expression
of dlsgual
The old fool What did V ho do thai V
for
Gallaghers Landlady
Mrs Johnson described Gallagher
jus a man ot iulcl demeanor and about
50 years old She mild he had been
living at her home for moro than two
years Ho evidently had employment
as a jiilghtwatchman for it was ins
custom to go out every night at lb
I oclock and return at SO In the
i morning For the last two or three
V weks however It was apparent that
I he had been out of work for Mrs
Johnson said he was not keeping his
regular hours Johnson according to
Mrs Johnson came in about 6P
V oclock this morning and he went to
hIs room and she did not BOO him go
j oul again He occupied a single room
I at the rear of the house and she re
garded him as a first la8s boarder
As far as sho knew hiiwas nol active
In politics lIe had no friends In time
house and Jls visitors from outsidei
MfR Johnson described as of good
appearance and dress I
Gallaghers Confession
I Gallagher made the following
signed confession to Robert W Bell
acting chief of police of Hoboken
I I came over to Hoboken at 920
this morning I went to the steam
ship pier and I went on board the
steamer Kaleor XVIIhelm tier Grosse
V I met a clergyman on board and I
i asked him to point out Mayor Gay
I nor to mc lIe did so and shortly af
j ter I fired a shot at the mayor f do
not know If I fIred more than one
I shot or noL
r Knowing that Mayor Gaynor was
i going to Europe this morning to en
joy himself after doprvlng me of my
broad and butler not porlerhouso
I stead 1 was Irritated to the point of
l commuting the act
j The revolver you show me it was
J the one I did the shooting with I do
not know how many shots were in the
j revolver when I used 1L I have had
i this revolver a long time in my pos
I session I carried it when I was In
the employ of the city
j Gallagher seemed remarkably cool
while making this statement to which
I he affixed his signature
i Detective Sergeant A B Clostcr ar
rived at Gallaghers hoarding house
I nt about a quarter to 11 and accom
panied by Mrs Sophie Johnson the
I landlady went at once to Gallaghers
j room
I Victim of the Fight
The room which Is a small one on
I the third floor wns much littered up
A number of medicine botlles were In
evidence and it was clear that Galla
I gher had spent much of his time re V
cently in reading the newspapers It
was said In the neighborhood that
I Gallagher had been drinking a good
I deal of late and rumor had It that he
j had lost 300 on the JeffriesJohnson
1 fight Inspector Russell Is to take
J charge of the case against Gallagher
It was announced that all the physi
I cians in attendance on Mayor Gaynor
would hold a consultation late this
afternoon when it would be deter
mined whether the mayor was able to
stand the strain of an Xray examIna
tion Dr E W Caldwell of New York
city has been directed to bring tho
necessary apparatus to the hospital at
Hoboken V
a
Dr W H Mlnford of the house staff
of St Marys hospital said the mayor
showed great fortitude
1 gave the mayor strychnine when
he first came to the hospital said
Dr Mlnford because he was suffer
Ing from shock and to remove the
iblood from his throat The bullet had
entered back of the right ear passing J
through the mastoid The shot was i
straight from right toleft and slight I
ly downward The mayor did not com
plain of pain He said
Wanted to Know the Worst I
Try and discourage me Donl I
tell me its all right If the wound is I
serious I want to know the worst j
The hemorrhage from the mayors I
throat had ceased at 11oclock
President Monti of Chile was a near I
j observer of the attempt to assassinate
Mayor Gaynor The Chilean executive
and Mmo iMontl were sailing today
on the Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse for
Europe As Mayor Gaynor first came I
Jiboard pleasant greetings were ox
changed Tho mayor lion went to
his cabin and later Joined his political I
i assistants on deck
While thus engaged Mine Monti
first noticed tile 1 StmSliln approaching
Uio mayor from tho rear She says
he stood diagonally behind tho mayor
as ho fired
I According to one of the accounts I
It was Commissioner W II Edwards
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who first grappled with the assassin
while Corporation Counsel Watson as
iisted The two held the mun while I
m iu officer disarmed him The lUau
rtniggled to continue the firing up
to the limo he was disarmed TUJ I
weapon taken from him was a bull
I dog 12 calibre revolver
Daughter in Collapse
Mrs Vlngut Mayor Gaytiori daugh I
ter whO was recently married waa I
I almost hi a state of collapse when
I she readied the hospital Allen Jails
I Had to carry her to the elevator to
be conveyed to the floor whore her
vdtmdcd father lay
I Shortly after Mrs Vlngut arrived
Gallagher was brought by the police I
to the hospital to have him Identified
T
by his vIctim The police had heard
that the mayor was In a dying condi
i lion and that speedy Identification of
i Gallagher was imperative Comnjls
I sioner Edwards and other officials
i and friends of the mayor however
backed by the physicians issued a
j prompt veto
1 Gallagher was taken back to the
I police station and later was brought
I before Recorder McGovorn where ho
was formally arraigned The record i
r ert warned him that any statement
hu might make would be used against
I him Gallagher shifted uneasily and
said
j VIII hardly know what to say as I
have no counsel
I
In that case said Recorder
I Bown I will hold you without bail
lo await the action of the grand jury
and the outcome of Mayor Ga > nor6
Injuries
Gallagher was again locked up hut
not boforo he had been repeatedly
photographed by a large company of
cameramen who crowded the court
I room He seemed rather pleased
than otherwise by the attention ho
was attracting and In getting ready
to pose before the camera straighten
ed his collar and necktie and stood
erect and complacent while the light
vus flashed
Auto Carries Mrs Gaynor
Word had been sent to Mrs Gay
uor at her country place at St James
Ij I of the serious Injury to her
j Husband and she started In an auto
I on the long ride to the hospital lu
V Hoboken Her chauffeur was Instruct
cd to proceed with all possible speed
I tnd directions were given the police
zjl along the route not to Interfere
I vlth the vehicle Mrs Gaynor bore
up well The couples young dnugli
ters remained at their home in SU
j James
I Commissioner Thompson of the de
partment of water supply gas and
electricity who left the mayors side
luring the noon hour said that the
patient was bearing up bravely Mr
Thompson was standing within two
feet of the mayor when the shot
r were fired
I When the mayor was shot said
I Commissioner Thompson he placed
iiis hand over the wound and said
Isnt this a pity Then ho calm
I
ly asked to be take nto his state
loom
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Taft Sends Message
I Now York Aug 9Thls afternooi
I the following telegram was reonlvod
at the City Hall from President Tan
I at Beverly
Hon W J Gaynor I am greatly
shocked to hear of tho outrageous as
sault upon you I am very glad lo
hear that tIme wound Is not serious t
earnestly hope and pray your rerov
cry may he rapid V
Slgued WM II TAFT
Roosevelts Telegram
Oyster Bay N Y Aug 9 Theo
dore Roosovoll sent the following tel
egram to acting Mayor Mitchell at
soon as ho heard the report of the
shooting
I am shocked and horrified bojron
measure Please send me Informs
lion Slened
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