full associated press dispatches UTAH WEATHER FORECAST bdice' IT CHAUEI, IT 13 f02 BEST ADrfETISlMQ MEDIUM ThS itv THE EXAMINER M IurtTM fW0uB the indications are that the weather will be fair IN AS WELL SUBSCRIP- - SOUTH; SHOWERS AND IN NORTH PORTION MONDAY; FAIR TUESDAY pO'-C-ER a,,TB.ooSi OGDEN CITY. UTAH. MONDAY MORNING, JULY 15, PRICE FIVE CENTS 1907 DASTARDLY A ESCAPES THE ASSASSINS BllLETS French National Fete Day Marred by the Fiendish Work of a Nava Reservist, Who Fired Upon the Executive, While the Multitudes Were Cheering Him. hris. July 14. The national let fcr was marred by a dastardly Fal-m- n on the Ule of President hr Leon Mallle. a naval of Havre, who, It is believed a mflerlng from the mania of peree-HtbMallle fired two shots at the PrttUmt but did not bit him. He placed under imit ra t once Fired Twe Shots at Fallertca 0u account of the activity of the ntHBilltarlsti, who tried to organise i fnoutratlon against the army tkMghout Prance today, exceptional Mdutione were taken to safeguard ymtjent Falleriea. ' The attempt on occurred on Avenue Dee Hi ufe ft inp Elyiee while the President m miming to the palace from Lung where be had reviewed the rt.ip, of Pari in the presence of prriiau sijVH enthuslsetle people, premier Oaeecetu end M. Lance, tbe presl-W- i teeretary, were with tbe Preston is his landeau which was escort-The ky a squadron of cuirassiers. ariige had safely emerged from the Mm 4 Boulogne, where the nillliar-thid been stationed with tbs of shooting the soldiers, and m tescendlng ths broad Champa E mm and tbs acclamations of the cietdi thronging the sidewalks, who "Ylve ms shouting Fsllertoii," V1m IAnnes," when at the oorner d tamer street Mallle, from the cob (red In quick succession two MMi point blank At the President Bbdouty no one waa hurt President Remained Cool .. Fmldeat Tallerles waa cool and ctfeetei when the cortege stopped. TV diplomats who were following IV Presidents alighted carriage, tne their carriage and hurried to tbe die of M. Falleriea. Finding that Mtady had been Injured, by tbe Present's order tbe cortege moved an. hike Meantime two policemen seised Ulls, who made no resistance, but tV police with difficulty prevented tv kite crowd from lynching the pinner until a cordon of reserves cm op and conducted him to tbs extio. There Mallle refused to give ny reuon for bis act, saying: ' Wmlt-BAssassin's Statement, The revelations I have are so pus sad serious that I will poly mV them before a magistrate for immlsslon to the chief of state. It id a matter between tbe govern-aa- t and me. I am the victim of at-M- at it a. N u a may vlUlanles." TV witnesses of tbe shooting that Mallle fired in tbe air. said It Is the man participated In eeumens strike and that Vahid had been unhinged by fancies flenacre. It in believed Mao that V sided In the revolutionary agltar tha of the general of Federation Wr and the There k m reason to suspect a plot, as in duly arrived here from Roul Vt night Millie appeared before v mminlng magistrate tonight and utborltlcs only succeeded In from him a rambling etate- about family persecutions d against him. It was In order fnw public attention to hla grisv-Rbe said, that he fired the shots. V prisoner terminated the examln- by announcing his Intention to further explunation, uu he "ao4 the would do magistrate a to remedy hla wrongs. Congratulated On HI Eacape. Fnlk-rlehas received Meted tV recent ig taka place for the first time under a new system. Lodges of the even numbers will in the future elect delegates on the even years and lodges of ths odd numbers will elect la the odd years, so that delegates will ba elected for two years, whereas In the pats they have been elected each year. numerous .telegrams of congratulations from the rulers of many countries un hla lucky escape. The attempt on the life of President probably will strengthen the government's Intention to put a stop to the propaganda, which is already demoralising the army and becoming a menace to the ring leaders republic. Thirty-nin- e were arretted today for hissing soldiers who were returning from re. views Nine arrests' were made at the Palace de La Concorde, where the League of Patriots held their annual ceremony. Clash Bstwssn Soldiers and Laborers. Paris, July 14. Outside Paris the plana for an general demonstration today were a dismal between the failure, but collision police and the workmen at Toulon and Montpellier were directly due to their Inspiration. At Brest the police were forced to occupy the labor exchange In order to prevent trouble. As no newspapers were published In Paris this afternoon, the attempt on the life of President FAllieres was not generally known and the festivities The theaters were not Interrupted. gave their performances as usual. At midnight the city was brilliantly Illuminated and street balls again were in full aalng. Many towns in the south of France refused to celebrate today In accordance wHh the decision not to participate in any civic function until their grievances are adjusted. Fsl-leri- ELKS CAPTURE Philadelphia, July 14. Colored Elks. Other matters that will be brought up for discussion Is that relating to the colored Elks. The Elks object to tbe colored organisation styling themselves 'Elks and will taka steps to protect the name In court If neo-eusar- Under the new legislation they will have a court before which they can settle their difficulties. 8hould there be.no hitch, five Justices will be elected to tbe court which will be known as the Grand Forum." During tbs entire week of the convention there will be special entertainment excursions given for visitors in this and surrounding places. All of this will be free to members of the fraternity. rs u ' Members of the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks uwarmod this city tonight and the streets are filled with visitors. Though the grand lodge convention and annual reunion will not bo under way until tomorrow, upward to 20,000 Elks have enrolled their names at tbs official registration bureau since Saturday. As a preliminary to tbs convention, the Philadelphia Elks held a reception at tbelr home today. Many of tbe visitors were also taken on Bight seeing tours. The convention will formally open tomorrow night, when the visitors will be welcomed by Mayor Rayburn. The flrat grand lodge bnslnesa session will open on Tuesday at 11 oclock. Other sessions will be held Thursday and Friday. On Wednesday morning there will be n parade of massed bands and the parade of lodges will take place on Thursday, at which It la officially eeti-mtethat from 20,000 to 30,000 Elks will be in pmceeslon. Discarding Elks Tooth. The dis carding of the elk'a tooth as an emblem of the order, though It has never been an official emblem. Is one of the Important matters that will be taken up. The destruction of the elka to secure the teeth, the foisting of cheap imitation elka teeth upon members of the fraternity at excessive prices, are among the causes that lead to the agitation. The election of delegates wfil also d J 14.-Pr- 5 Pressure from political per-tha-n he or those charged responsibility of making the vacation a success had hi? A0"01 Secretary Loeb has use of the two words Wi hummer "rite It." no matter how tWnk how ST the business, or ?tkr PPals by person, by kttcr 4.,0ne r telephone to nr- Interview at Sagamore tfr li riery ln,tanca one gets a head of a governmental department a consultation with a political leader over a federal appointment or the extension of official courtesies to a fore elgn government a luncheon la arranged and all the persons desired, or necessary to be seen, are requested to arrive together. They all come on the 12:29 train, and they all go away tte WrU on the 2:33 train, and no matter how ' varied the nature of the business, Man. .?b ' Auk Sir? - Lceb's most Important each guest has the personal and Inthese words- every dividual attention of the president theIn' If visitor should some tlm during the two hours. In hy .nueruua and common this way was the long Interview with of be leaves the the Japanese admiral and the Japanese ambassador held. Nothing waa lacking In the dordlallty of the official welcome, because of the fact that the It a politl-call- president also gave hla attention for puU he usually a time to Congressman Parsons regarding the New York postmastership, ew York and dentes and that the assistant secretary of bust- Iv.ir7 . Poxliiveneiw which the state compressed the months fifteen-minut- e state 10 Into ness a the of h,mBe n0M,J tb,f Interview. ,n hl" Hfo. b7 whicb to per- Pre.l.w? to 2LitWvir 0 Iteht Cheap round trip rates to Jamesfuming a touch until town Exposition via Rio Grande WestPeriod, have solvea ern Ry. on sale daily until Nov. 30th. ytaily of the difficult prob- - Phones 104 and 115. i irfm 1id-"hri'er- s. sr a.-.- - Isin 3 accurately foretold. The recognition by the report of tbe force of the abrogation of ths New York, July .14. The week Just traffic contract with tha San Pedro A past was marked by tbe occurrence Los Angeles, of the recognition of the of several events which together con- Chicago A Alum, eliminates from the stituted something like a crisis la scope of the action the two factors financial affairs, and the consequence that were most dreaded for effect oa wnu un upset of tke organised specu- the stock market lative movement for a rise in prices The effect of the widespread disand a sharp reaction. This move- cussion of the Japanese relatione can- ment was entered upon previous to the not be left out of the list of luflu- -' July 1st settlements anJ had the en- encee In the market The extreme' couraging circumstances to go oa with dnllneas and alugglshneaa of the bond tbe eupply of stocks in the market division Is regarded as even more alg-- j for tome time, previously bad been nlflcant at (he continued lethargy of very scanty, ao that professional op- the investment demand than it is of erations to force lower prices had tbe stock market met with little success. It was also JAPS TO BE DEPORTED. hoped that with the disbursement of an unprecedented sum In dividends San Antonio, July 14. The Immiand Interest In July, tbe long dormant Investment demand would revive gration Inspectors at Laredo, on toe and u medium be afforded for tbe di- Mexican border, arrested five more gestion of speculative profits. The Japanese near Green's Station, yestermarked campaign was conducted In a day, making their way into the state flamboyant style and by methods of through the brush. All will be sent newspaper advertising which kept It to Baa Francisco for deportation to open to suspicions iff artificial ms- - j Japan nipulation, to lift prices In the mar-ket. The Incident of the failure of OOOOOOOOOOOO OOO O o the New York City bond offering ore- - ' O o GREEKS IN A RIOT. vious to the first of July, dashed the O o conflict in. the early awakening of o Investment demand. Tha convergence o Roanoke, Vi, July 14. Roa- o of some extraordinary demands on o noke Is quiet today, after four o the money market during the second o hours of rioting lust night, o week of. July also gave warning of o when a mob wrecked nine o difficulties to he encountered In the o Greek restaurants, three Greek o carrying out of the speculative cam o shoe shine parlors and two o Tbe riot wsa o palgn. These warnings were disre- o Syrian shops. garded, however, and the market op- o caused by a dispute over five o erations for th support and advance- o cents between s Greek and an o ment of prices were carried oa np to o American, who had called at o the very threshold of the require- o one of the restaurants for a o o ments of July 10th, on banking re- o sandwich. sources. At that point there waa an o Seven Greeks have been o abrupt relapse, which served to dash o lodged in Jail and three of o tbe speculative Interest in tha mar- o them released on (250 hall for o ket and to throw it back into a con- o their appearance at the hear- o o ing next TueaJajr. Nine of the o dition of dullness and feeble and certain fluctuations. the meet- - o Greeks are under arrest The o ing of the July 10th requirements had o reetauranta today were being o an unsettled effect on the market o repaired. They have employed o commitments, previously made, the o counsel to look after their in- o passing of that date is viewed with o terests and hare already called o relief, as the passing of a crisis Is o the attention of the Greek con- o o sulate in this country to the o no longer in prospect o The known condition of the New o affair. While the disturbance was la o York Clearing House banks the pre- o vious week made it evident that tha o progress last night. Mayor Joel o events of last week must strain the o Cutchln, who was on the street o available resources. It waa not a sur- o. begging the crowds to dis- o prise that the matured government o perse, was struck on the legs o bonds were slow la appearing for re- o and severely bruised by rocks o Flying stones also o demption, and in fact np to this time o thrown. of the (36.000,000 o struck Police Justice K. R. Bry- o less than one-hal- f outstanding at the time of maturity o an. Police Sergeant Overstreet o Have been presented for redemption. o and Policeman Manning and o The withdrawal of (70,000,000 at gov- - O Chief Engineer John Waggoner o eminent .deposits from the banks on O of the Central Are department o July 10th waa only partly offset there- O Waggoner la on erutchea today. o fore, by tbe redemption operations. o Tbe fire department waa called o This tardiness la bringing into use o out to throw water on the o M urge a sum of available capital at o crowd, and when the hose was o a time of practical famine of capital o turned on, there were cries of o and of onerous terms for use of money o "cut the hose." One man stuck o Is one of the anomalies of the pres- o a knlfo In tbe hose, but was o ent financial ' situation. Tha money o driven off by the big stream o o difficulties were aggravated by tha o that was played on him. o resumptios of the Pari demand on o o o o o o o OOO New York for gold, which resulted la . Bay. N. Y July el-w syeveit Is more fully realizing fer freedom from official akn the Interstate Commerce commission on the Harriman system were to be published on Sunday .asused the fear that this feeling would be aggravated, although the character of the findings, as published, proves to have been Conditions Assumed a Serious Phase Looked Like a Crisis. ROOSEVELTS QUIET HOLIDAY a-"-11 the shipment during the k of to tliat point. The further extent to which this movement might go is u matter of ejuceru, in view of the present banking position in New York. If it be the purpose of the Rank of France to reestablish its con dition to the average of recent years, there Is a oonslderabls margin of recuperation , t to be effected, compared with last yetr. Its gold holdings last week were still (2S.1S1.UO0 less than a year ago, while its luana were t51.157.0iM greater, and lu note laenea (35,000,000 in excess of those of a year ago. The condition of the Bank of England likewise compares unfavorably with that of a yepr ago. In view of crop shortages abroad, the great foreign banks are looking for ward to the necessity of large payments for food stuffs imported and are anxious to fortify their reserves In preparation. Kb reign exchange in New York receded towards the end of the week, under offerings of finance bills In tbe process uf drawing on foreign credits by International banks to lend In New York, This process in London, encounters opposition where It hue forced up discount rates. Rates for time loans lu New York also bars riseu materially. The publication of the government's report of conditions of cereal crops of July 1st, did not Improve the feeling over our own crop prospects. Winter wheat showed leu than the expected Improvement during June, and the deterioration In spring wheat was a disappointment. Tbs effect of the low percentage uf condition of the corn crop wsa partly offset by tbe Increase in acreage, and also by the consideration that the lateness of the crop operated against the condition showing, and left a chance for Improvement as It matures. Much importance Is attached to tbe postponement of frosts la the fall for the final outcome of the core crop. Some agitation In the copper trade resulted In the marking down of the price some I cents a pound by the great producers, and the effect on the withheld demand for tha metal la studied with great Interuu ' The placing of orders at (be new prices la reported to be moderate and some anxiety la felt aa to the nubility of the market. . Tha small success which attended the offerings of Union Pacific and Atchison convertible bonds to stock-holdewas accepted significant of the attn sluggish demabd and of aaaa-t- v supplies of eupitsl for JavoatueaL Tha element of distrust. In tht situs tku la attributed la an important degree to tha renewed measures against corporations, especially tha policy at applying for receiver for offending corporation, formulated by tbe do partment of Justice lu the suit against the American Tobacco combination. The knowledge that the flntllnga of s, j i ooooo EVIDENCE IN Testimony Shows That Eighteen Innocent People Were Killed as the Result of Plots and Counter-plo- ts Mine Owners and Miners Boise. Idaho, July 14. The end of the trial of William D. Haywood, and treasurer of the Western Federation of Miners, charged with conspiracy to murder and murder, la now within measureable distance. Tha case will tomorrow enter its tenth week jf hearing before Judge Fremont Wood In the district court of Ada county. Beth sides have rested and the rebuttal has commenced. Evidence has been Introduced In aup-poof the charge brought by the state of Idaho that a conspiracy existed among high officials of tha Western Federation of Miners to intimidate all persons who raa counter to the purposes of union labor with a view to establishing mrmbers of organised bodies of working men aa masters of tha situation, thus commencing in April an Industrial reorganisation, which having Its lncetlv In the west, should spread with irrefutable force throughout every section of the country. Evidence baa been Introduced to show that In pursuance of this conspiracy eighteen man were murdered. Existence of Counter Conspiracy. In defense of the men Immediately concerned and of tha officers of the Western Federation of Miners who are charged with participation in the plans for murder as a means to (he desired end, evidence has been Introduced to show that another counter conspiracy existed among the employers of labor lu the west looking to the annihilation of tha Westers FeSerslkra of Miners In particular beesuae tha Filtration represented (ha cause of organised tabor. Evidence has been Introduced to show that In furtherance of the conspiracy among actual employers and capitalists eighteen Innocent men were killed, the constitution of the United States was violated and the conspiracy culminated In the elate of Idaho becoming a party to an at tempt to compaxf tbe death of tho leadara of the Western Federation of Miners, who secretary Is now on trial. Orchards Criminal Racord. The state of Idaho has produced Harry Orchard, who swears that be Is the actual murderer of the eighteen mm whose death is not disputed. He swears that he was employed by William D. Haywood. Charles K. Moyer, tha president, and others of the Western Federation to murder for a price. Tbe Western Federation of M lucre has produced witnesses to contradict, the testimony murderer and of the other . witnesses to show that If he murdered, he murdered because be was employed by detectives, employers of the miners and wealthy mine owners of Colorado to create crimes that might be laid at tha door of the Western Federation. The state of Idaho, through its representative counsel, will argue to the Jury within the next two weeks that Orchard's story Is true andy there did exist widespread coapir-acto terrolse what Is railed by the defendants in this case, the capitalistic class. Orchard a Perjurer. The Western Federation of Miners, through Its attorneys, will argue thatt Orchard Is a perjurer for reward the reward bring Immunity from punishment for the mnrdor of former Governor Bteuenberg, and the that a conspiracy now exists on emowners and part of the mine discredit the Wesployers uf labor to even tern Federation of Miners, Fettl-bone and Haywood, Moyer though should hang in pursuance of their plana Two arguments on each side will be made. The rebuttal for the state ao far la being directed against the witnesses produced by the detente to discredit Orchard. At the end of the flrat day of rebuttal a warrant waa taaued for Dr. 1. L. McGee, who swore that he saw Orchard In North Idaho at a time he waa In Denvhn Orchard swore ver. McGee Is n prominent man living In tha northern part of tbe state. Counsel for tha defense as soon is they heard of the warrant having bean Issued sent a telegram to McGee, according to Clarence Darrow, counsel. They one of Haywoods urged hla to come to Boise-- at once. It was expected that the wnrrant far owuid be served today, hut a nothing has ben heard of IL Tonight the defense claims to hare discovered new evidence to show that Orchsdr maternal grand father waa a maniac on the subject of crime and that he formerly lived In Canada, and there are other intimations of possible delay.' Judge Fremont Wtad, however. Intimates to counsel that the case must be concluded. He of points out that limiting tbe scope the examination of witnesses on both aides the bearing might have been much shortened, but that he waa desirous of giving every opportunity to counsel to develop their case. Now, Is different however, the sUuatlon and further delay would be an Inconjustice to the state, while thewould tinued confinement of (he Jury Imperil the case. rt Deweys Ttstimeny a Feature The most novel feature of tbe ease Is the eonflrmuUuu of tbe witness, William Dewey, who yesterday swore that h participated lu the riots la the Cueur d-- tones when two men were killed, la making this confession Dewey laid klmeelf open to arrest. Conusel for the state express the opinion that Dewey will net be prosecuted. Among the men now In Bu4se an witnesses for the defense U W. F. Darla, who was Indletad by the grand Jury of Shoshone county a a leader in the tune riot He has bran In the state of Idaho for thirty days and no effort has been made to sot oa tha Indictment. It le pointed out that tha Hunker Hill and Sullivan affair occurred eight years ago and that It might be extremely hard to make a charge of murder lie. Tbe county went to great expense at the time of the outbreak to prosecute those concerned. One man was convicted, but was afterwards pardoned. Some tea or a doson indictment were found and It ta said that names ofmore than 200 ef ths participants in the riot are known to the authorities and that many of them have been residents uf the state of Idaho since the oocurrenes. - - WINSlilTTES-THE DEPARTMENT of the a occasion required foe private and entertalulng, principally official and nut for Importation or evea for Uy own use on shore.1 Commander WJnatow shows that to far from making any alfort to eeneeal the landing of these goods, they were aeVnatiar of feet landed at the custom house under the eye of a custom representative and sent directly to the railroad station wlihout say thought that this, remnant of cabin supplies would be considered dutiable. When he learned later 1a tbe day and indirectly, to the contrary. Command-e- r Winslow Informed the ooltoour of the nature of the oentonte of the boxee, adding that he did not think (bey were dutiable, but If there wae the slightest question he preferred to pay the duty la full. He says ha supplied a complete list to the collector ana paid duty cm any euae where there was a doubt in hla own mind uu to whether the articles were purchased in New York or a fon-lgCountry, the total amount paid being small. Bays Communder Winslow In con- - , elusion: "Bo far aa I am aware my bosee were not opened, and furthermore, there was no frlcilm or mhrander standing whatever between the customs officials and myself, nor was there any effort made to o areal or; avoid duty; I was treated well by the collector and hla subordinates. A commanding officer of a vessel . of war most be prepared to eatanala whenever required and ha U liable to bare stores for which ha has so use on Shore left on hie heads." official - .4Bra AFTER CALIFORNIA MUROEREM Washington. July 14. A a mailer of Justice to himself aa well aa to other naval officers similarly shunted, Gommaader Cameron McR.. Winslow has written to the secretary of the navy a letter protesting against "the sensational and injurious articles which have been published ila noma of tbe newspapers of the country concerning alleged smuggling by myself at the time of my detachment from the United States ship Charleston at Ban Diego, California, June 11." Cuptsln Winslows experience was similar to that of maay other ntval officers returning to their own ooun-trafter a tong cruise In foreign waters In that he was charged with having nought to evade tbe payment of duties on expensive wines and thousand of high grade dgars and other table luxuries se well as on curios of great values secured abroad. The facts are very different, according to the statement muds' to the department by Commander Winslow. Ha said his personal property was necessarily packed In a number of email boxes to facilitate handling. They contained hie household effects, each as blankets, bed und table linen, towels, pictures, photographs, bonks, and rugs (In all a considerable quantity and purchased la the Unlied States) and part of the 'remaining stores which he had on the Charleston as necessary for the cabin mess. Bays the officer: I possessed no rare wines and no large quantity of cigars, nor did I have a single curio. Such wine sad cigars s 1 had ware bought la New York and during the cruise the greater part had been on board the ship approvl-mutel- y a year and were pnrchaecd at my expense for nse on board tbe ship y Clinton. Dl., July II. Sheriff It. A. Campbell tonight started for San Diego, Cal., lo bring back to Clinton ' Fred E. Msglll and wife, who were arrested yestmlay charged with tha ' murder of Msgllle first wife, Mrs. Fet Msglll, who died St ber home la Clinton the night of May 30 under peculiar . ctrcumUuces. A note was found say- ' ing that Mrs. Msglll had committed suicide. and Msglll at one cold his tuterw-ton June 30, with hla daughter, aged Mias Fay Oraham. 17, tart Clinton. 19 years old, who had lived with tha ; Magills, left Clinton the dy before, . saying she would visit rets live at Kankakee, III. The next beard of Mi Graham and Msglll was that tbay were married la Denver on July I, only five weeks after the destb of hi first wife. This sudden marriage led to an and tha arrest at Baa Diego yesterday waa made on a telegram seat from Clinton. Magtll ta related to oaa of the oldest end wealthiest families of Clinton. Hla bride is also a member of one of the oldest femilie 1 tbe county, her father being W. W, Graham of Clinton, brother of Dr. 8. A, Graham of Kankakee. s ry DENIES ARREBT OF SFY. Tokio. July 14. General Terauclil, the minister of war, in an Interview today, contradicted the reported am met of a Japanese spy at Ban Dlege, Cal., and said: "There are ao Japanese' military officers In America, except military attaches. The war office," he emphatically declared, "has never instructed any officer or amateur spy to examtia American forts." EDWARD A BUSY MONARCH London, July 1 The program of activities which Kind Edward Is undergoing this summer murks him as one of the busiest aid most hard The working monarch of his time. German emperor has a popular reputation for activity, and President Roosevelt's ta linked with "The strenuous life." But when it Is considered how much older the king of England 1s compared with hie compeers, he may challenge comparison with either. The visit to Ireland last week was the last chapter In the kings work before an August vacation at Marten bad had concluded a strenuous summer. ' This week tbe king goes to New Madrid for the racing and after the Goodwood races and the Cowes regatta will fill the time before tbe departure to Martapbad. Went to the Races-In two months he has officiated at three levees, which Imposed considerable physical strain, attended every race meeting at t(ie Ascot week religiously, as well a tha Derby, received hundreds of officials and disposed of The quantities of routine work. amount of traveling und changing of uniforms and civilian suits Involved alone a great effort for a man of 66 yearn. There was much sighing la unciety during the years of Queen Victorias widowhood for the splendor of court life. King Edward Is giving the court and the country a memorable social reign, apart mat. from his activities as a diplo- YAMAMOTO ENTERTAINED. New York. July 14. Admiral Yamamoto and staff were the guests today of Major General F. D. Grant at lunch-eo- n at Governor's Island. Tonight tho admiral was entertained at a dinner party by representative Japanese of this city. LOS ANGELES WANTS RACES. AUTO Los Angeles, July 13. Mevor flapper today wired an official Invitation to A. C. Hardlngton. chairman at tho American Automobile association racing hoard ta New York, to holj tha next Vanderbilt cup race in 8outliers California. The mayor guaranteed furnish q good course und to secure Tha the state militia for guards. mayor also wired to Governor James K. Gillette, asking him to extend similar Invitation In behalf of tho state. The Merchants and Manufacturers' association and the Chamber of Commerce hare also wired invitations to tho racing board. PROMINENT BANKER DEAD. Pasadena, CulM July 13. William R. of th Union Barnes, Savings hank of th' cky. and well known In banking rlreles of Callfore uta and Colorado, died this Btortjlng at hla home In PassJeuk .