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tdc 8 mouxixo examiner: ogdem, Utah, Wednesday morning, October ieml 31, WHO ARE THE REAL GRAFTERS? ON HIS ff AY ACOMMITTEE TO AUDIT TO THE Richards and Skeen Family and Democrats Established the C. Richards Rule Against Which They Now Complain-- C. Men Slander Their Own Fathers? Back of Skeen-Sho- uld Are Corporations Back of Prosecutions Some Pointed Facts Richards Official Clock Winder of For the Voters-Char- ley the Court House Its too Funny. akirn ABSOLUTELY PURE Healthful cream of tartar, derived solely from grapes, refined to absolute purity, is the active principle of every pound of Royal Baking Powder. Hence it is that Royal Baking Powder renders the food remarkaole both for its fine flavor and healthfulness. No alum, no phosphate -- which are the Way SAKINS SOWDIO CO., MW VOX. EDITORIAL ROOMS Ind pendant 'Phone Vail 'Phond, two rlnga BUSINESS OFFICE Phcna Indapendant all Phono, ana ring taller. Mr.. Hkelly. the proprietres of the millinery etnre. !n which Lie five did the moat damage. alno rent a bos of cisam. No. SI No. BS Byril Hasting. nephew of IV. A. Tailor of tbia city, haa left (or hla homo In Greenville, llllnnla lie la murh jnipreened wiih ihls aaeticai of the ciMDiry and expect io return hare nest year to take up his residence. No. M No. 6S hone belonging to Charles Bell, attached to a delivery wagon, ran away yesterday afternoon down Twenty-fifth street and collided with s wagon standing by the curbing. The shafts of the delivery wagon were broken. Rome lioa passing frightened the horse. A Funeral services ovar tlia romaius of Klvara Kinkier ware held at 2 p. m. yesterday the family reirfdenre, 314 iorlar avenue, Bishop I). H. Ensign Munir was fiirnialiad by presiding. the PIrat ward rhotr. The speaker ware Charles luffay and W. O. Ridges. Interment in the CHy ceme- u Ivan Kira, employed tor several month past as druggist at Cave's drug store, corner of Twenty-thirstreet and Washington avenue, has resigned his position and will leave far hla home In Donatella d tery. corn, IMS; cracked rolled barley. SMO; rolled The Children of Mary entertained oata, IMS. and wheat 01.10 par hunroyallv Tuesday night wiih a Halh Twenty-fourt153 dred pound at Grout'd. lowe'en party at the Knights of CoatrveL Both phonea. lumbus hall. Over three hundred and fifty people ware In attendunoa and a d Tho many friend of Gerald most enjoyable time was sad by all. will be pleased to learn that he ware played. curious Q paint game la murh lmpmrad frum hla recent ruitomi olearved, refreshment nerved tllueea. end dancing engaged In nmll midnight, C. M. Lever. vlco president of the Northern Pacific, passed through Og'James Driver, the wall known den yesterday en routo to Butte. druggist who has far the past twenty yean operated a drg store In the The private car of C. M. Schwab 10 Kuhn building on the west. .Ida of the passed through Ogden ymiarday an block, Twenty-thir- d and between route asst. The ear was attached to Twenty-fourtstreets, on Washington the Overland limited and was sent aranue. Is shunt to remove his place rer the Rio Grande from this city. A of business from bis present location number of mining man were aboard. In the building aL 1375 Washington, about a block farther north. Mias Kit Flsgarald haa returned from Washington. 1. C wham aha Johu 8. Curlew, repreaentMtlve lias bean visiting bar slater, Mrs. front L'tah to thegrand supreme lodge of George F. MoCaba. Knight of Pyi hiua, which convened In New Orleans, has returned T. H. Taylor haa been appointed by recently to his home in Ogden after having Depot Muster Cunningham to sttcread enjoyed a moat pleasant trip. Mr. Con Ham Fowler an night men, who takes lew took an in the proceedactive the day position vice David Lytic, who ing ot the supremepart lodge and repreto Denver. goes sented l'tah with credit to himself and the state. After the adjournment McCardel's famous chicken tamale of the convention he made a tour of and chile eon earns Is made fresh the large--t middle state unit eastern every day. All kinds of hot and cold allies. sandwiches; oysters in any style. SOU Twenty-fiftstreet. prominent Socialist Harry McGee. front Cgllfornlajuldresaed s meeting Dun Gibson has accepted a pnalllou the lulon Lai lair hall Inst night on at the Reed hotel, as night clerk, suc- inSoriullsm." ceeding Harry Beckett, who a clerkship at the freight ofNEW STEEPLE FOB CHURCH fice. Oata. $1.35; ora, $1.36; Fill-Heral- h I h R. Alexander Grauf, 'manager of the Grand opera honae. left last evening on the limited for Son Kruncimn on' s hurried buafnesa trip for John Corf. Prater meeting will lie held evening at the Methodic churl 7:"U o'clock. this It at who hag been chief operator for the local 'iflicc of the t Indein-ndenltah Telephone company, has been promoted to a similar poal-;io- n in the Hair Lake office. Anns Iloberl, Mrs. K. A. Id: 1dle Id, who hu been visiting her daughter. Mrs. W. II. i Kane, at Falcu. Nevada, for the past five weeks, has returned home. 1 of the fire deptut-ineiireceipt of n letter from The member are In t H. Wright A Son to. In whieli n Ibal firm cxpreKHOK Its kcem-s- l of the tenicet lemlered bj the lieitnrtment In the ireent fire In tiie big More. and. tsati'ic that lull fm the prompt work the luiiHtng would bate suffered to at great extent. The firm nlo sent a Imx of ctgais with the V. that every enemy of cute Fred W. Chamber, who accepted the money the rity council voted to him? No. indeed, Skeen did not art a an attorney In that rase at all. Who did? C. C. Richards, Georg Halverson and Jim Kimball, who acted as attorneys and prosecuted Chambers. What, did Skeen have to do with it? Why, he simply allowed Chartoy Richards to use hit (Skeen's) name to get even with Fred W. Chambers. That's all there waa to it. Why, Skeen has not bralna enough to have worked up a ease like the job put up on Chambers. Every lawyer in Ogden saw the fine Italian band of C. C. Richards in the Chambers case, even before Richards personally appeared in the case. Bit: when Charley Richards personally appeared in the case on the day of trial, then everybody saw It waa revenge Charley Richards wanted. If Charley Richards desires this paper to 111 why he wanted to get even with Chambers, it will be told. Why did Rirhurtis went his enemies punished for things Richards had others to do fur year? Why pun-iahdid he want Joseph Stanford for thing the county conunls-sioner- a did under the Peoples party rule, under liberal party rule and under Democratic rgle? Did Charley Richards' own father accept the same kind of expense pay? Hay, Charley, von and Bkeen are a bunch of dnlaiea. Did you know your own father used to sit in the court room and make out vouchers fur expenses? Did tool Bkeen know that his fsthr Lyman Skeen made out his datum and collected them for expenses when he was county commissioner? Why do not you two beauties fils charges against your own father and be Impartial? Tbe Democrats have nominated John Beaman for county commissioner and only a few year ago he look all the expense money the law allowed, the erne as Stanford did. yet Beaman la considered worthy of Hhame cm yon. 'Richards and Bkeen. Stanford has only a few months to live, yet you apply the lew to him end drive him to death, while yqu laud John Seaman to the sky. Why are these Biamese twins Richards and Sheen after Republicans only? Doctor K. M. Conroy haa taken money unlawfully to a greater extent than any per ton the twins have prosecuted. WSiv does Conroy escape the clutches of the law? Ah! Conroy Is a Democrat anil a friend of Richards, Skeen end Richard are after to Republicans only who will not bow the autocracy of C. C. Richards. Richards is the man who is hark of. and responsible for, ail the prosecution ue for which Skeen lias permitted the wlt-nor his name as ihe complaining per-mitti- ej e. Many people think because Richards la the attorney for the street car comWill Replace pany, sugar compiiny and allied inteM. E. Church Trusts rest. In which Hdapp and Eerier are Old Steeple by Another. intere-tethat Richard must be acting f ir the Wafer Works and Street The trustees of the Find Methodist thl paper thinks Episcopal church have closeil a con- Railway, etc., out tract with W. H. Flew Piling for the such (i inclusion are wrong. Rolapp removal of the steeple, and the work ha nothing to do with tho persecuunfair io will commence today. It Ik Hie pur- tion and we believe It an unscrupose of the committee to obtain archi- connect hi name with such tectural plana for the rerun struct ton pulous. vindictive and ungrateful man of the tower and complete the work u c. V. Richar.ls appears to be. A in the near future. The octagon por- friendlv reeling wa- - being remonted tion will lie taken down amt built up between tin; eApttaltsr. representing water works, company, square to the present hclghi and fin- the ished after the English battlement streei railway slid other interest. Mid the people or Ogden, hut the actim of style. This will give the work a modern nrrhlteetiiral appearance and will Richards and SUeeu is lending the add notch to the beauty ..f tho church people to believe that Ihe great want to control everv Thing edifice. Other extensive improvement a will also lie made on me roof and In in the city and have directed Richard In destroy every per-o- n who will the Interior of the building. the corpora-ti- t tint bow to the will ms. NINE EXECUTED. i i pointed out that I'h.Miiber wa-tippiMfd to giving the wa'er company Oct. :tP. It was SI. IVier-htifhe wa-- t retoday ihn, the soldier na lin'd s fifty year franchisv' and Vbisoff unit eight of hi K'!tK In moved. llii:aitiii gave :u opinion the plot to up the liuibling. agaii-- t the sfeei car company, using up Ogden canyon, and where the coin- martial wa trying the wagon the (TondMadt mutineer was in .p. Immediately thereafter an elfirt wa mail to remove futility Ai'oruey slon. hsa hern executed. Joseph Stanford wa opposed to he tH'Ct car company using the wagnii road up Ogden canyon and suit is filed against hint to remove him hem offire. tend so mi. The is:k i that Richard, r aitnrnev been etit for the corporation, ha ployed io destviiv all a in lard In. the way ol the wishes of the coipnra-ti"Ud. ,urr B. nd - cmii-tao- Did You Know -- This paper believe a!1 li i matter 'h-;i I'dncldencc in daily nn-tinof business life. It may be thaT Richards t puntriiiiig the peop'.e for no; lining - h wishes 'hem to ilo. nd the licit to n that Rolapp. EcHes other cfirporatlon men are illreetittB n'.ohard In M.h Hkecn persecutions more than we esn believe, and yer those who claim t. know point on. 'he by that every mail prosccuied is inti Comfort in Glasses SIcan- a careftl examination of eyes and proper adjustment of frame. We challenge any one to make a better Job of cither, and ak a chance to prove to you we are expert opticians. All Examinations rc FTee. J.S.Lewis&Co. Opticians J. S. LEWIS & CO. e x- -- JEWELERS 1 combine have In nmo Rtchanl Skf-i-way cilfi'tided tho rorpors'iou ir.'er-cIf he Ogden corporation .ire of they have played a ni'chiy smooth game, and sonnet rr r it will be exposed. One thing I cortain. the people beilsve that there behind Skeen. j. more than If any .oer wants to know Just wlia' ability Skeen possesses in ihe way erf a clean, honest official record lie can step In t the Standard office and insport 'he cash .Iwok of tbe WeNo such tter l tmti'y Fair votteii work ws ever ftiiind ' In the offtf.al r coni of ihe men againi 'a-c- i Glasses? assra-iatUxt- I i and complained prosecuted. o make Skeen county attorney and u turn down auch an able lawyer as fudge Horn is a dark autl damnable pot into which the people should mil je led. under the It may be wrung law to (ak $25 per month for expenses, but If to. then why should Joseph Stanford be condemned and John Seaman praised T They both took the same $25 per month fbr expanses. in older ilia:, the public may understand that tke present county commissioners haw clone nothing other than ha been the rule under all parties since Weber county was created, we point to the fact that Franklin D. Richards, the father of C. C. Richards, made it Ihe rule to collect expense for attending the county court On March 5th, 1883, or commission. wa paid $12 tor atF. D. Richard tending county rourt. See page 110, Book C, Coramiicu-era- . whom Skeen whom Richard The scheme C. tp -- EXAMINER TELEPHONES !t ('. Richards in office i being persecute! by that wake reform) r. Hkeen?" was & quertlon asked by au old timer. Ob. well." said the second man. "Charley Richards used to lie !kj of Weber county end he wx so faw shout it that the people vet down on Mm so bard that, he never can get on again in nn often flgh no Richards uses this mau Skeen a a tool to do his dirty work." Come to chiak about It, thi- - last remark aixes up the situation ju- -t about right. ler us ax amine this Skeen reformer fur a moment. Did he prose- principal elements of the baking powders and which are derived from bones, rock and sulphuric acid. OVAL I ir Again, on page 1.14, Judge Richard is paid for mileage and attendance oil county court $22.40. Above are only two of many such payments. Page 15$, record 1883. shows that C. C. Richards was paid $25 per quarter for winding the court house clock. Yet w find no law authorising such payment.' that shout the same time Charley Richards' father was rounty Judge und chairman of the county court. Brother Franklin H. Richards was county attorney at I1.0W1 year. Brother L- - M. Richard was per year, while county clerk at Charles C. Richards was deputy county clerk, drawing a larg salary for that and also as chief clock winder at id IHhe the Richards SUM) per year, boys and papa graft? Well, if It' graft, a Charley mow tell It. there aurely was some grafting going on when Chief Clock Winder Charley ws the whole thing. We find ir LIKELY TO nietol, is operated by compressed air, and with the motion of a giant drill i forced with tremendous pressurt-sgslna- r the rock or earth. On the head of the machine aie 45 sets of chisel, or total of 50u points. These points are driven against the rock, chipping the surface into small bits, which are washed aws.v and carried into an automatic mucker. The mucker convayt tbe washing to the dump, than doing away entirely- with men and dump carta. The head of the machine, or that part which come in direct coutacr with the surface. Is mounted on ball bearings and 1 sal dto work na easily' a a bicycle. On the return stroke of the piston a turn of three Inches 1 mode and the head again driven formotion. ward with a drill-lik- e Any site of tunnel up to eighteen feet in diameter con he driven by tbe machine. Two men are able to operate it with etuie. Heven hundred and fifty cubic fet of fresh air a minute furnishes the power. One hundred, strokes are mode and fifty eight-inc- h in a minute. One of these msrhlne now in operation at Boulder, Colo., on wrhat ho been called the hardest granite in the country, drove five feet an hour for many hour. Sixty feet a day have been made by the machine through olid rock. Another machine will nun be act up on the Moffat line and will bore a tunnel six mile long through Janie Peak, a few mile of Denver. north The total cost of the apparatus i 22.IHHI. A firm lu Cleveland, O., ho the contract for tusking the machines. which, it Is predicted, will soon be In universal use in' mining. Irrigation and railroad projects. Two tons is tbe weight of n machine. Mining men in all parts of the country have become interested In the inHe vers 1 companies are now vention. negotiating for Ute purchase of a number of the contrivances, and In a short time, R Is stated, the great railroad' systems of the west will have the new tunnel machines among Ute mechanical wonders how in use. self-actin- g BOOKS SECRETARY PASSES METCALF THROUGH OGDEN. C. R. HOLLINGSWORTH AND R T HARRIS APPOINTED. Remembers Our City for Its Coed Deed at Time ef 'Frisco Disaster. Mattson Objects to Hailingawerth. Claiming That Ha He la an Secretary Victor Metcalf af the department of commerce and labor passed through Ogden lost evening on the Overiaud limited en route to Sen Francioca, where he goes to act la tbe situation that has arisen in that city over the exclusion of Japanese children from the public schools. To a represent stive of this paper Secretary Metcalf slated' that he could n( say nything in regard to the situation in Son Francisco other than what has been published. I'pon arriving in the city tomorrow, he stated, the daxa would be presented to him. Secretary Metcalf stated that he had returned to Washington from California on September 26. after having lent his vacation in the mountains. In speking of the tnimigraticm into the United Stale thl year, he said iluU he estimated that by the end of the year about 1.4H,00ti Immigrant would hate entered this country, The apioimaenr of C. R. Holiiij worth and K. T. Harris as a commit, tee to audit tbe county bouka for th prv-e- ni term of officer, which made by the county conimisniimcvx a: their aexiJTn ye ter day aflernumi. acwma to meet with aomc oppoairiem County Clerk David Mattaon object to the appointment of Hollingsworth on the committee upon the ground that he la an Interested party, a being the attorney for Joseph Bianford, official. and an Thl committee ha been appointed at the request of Ckmimiaiouer 6'aa-for- d and hla large number of friends in this rltv, who want hla roconl mad clear regardless of Ihe attack that bat g been trade upon him. bj u aetton brought by JJedediah Bkeen. It la further slated that it was deemed necessary to appoint auch a committee on account of the ietimony brought out in the rase of Skeen vi. Hulaniaki. Political enemies are cWIming that County Clerk Mattson object to Mr. Hollingsworth, a Republican, but has nothing to oar regarding Mr. Harrl. n relative of C. C, Democrat, and Richard, who made many allegation! which would be more than ftiO.OOO over last year. On April 23, Mr. Metcalf said that he passed through Ogden en route to Han Francisco as tbe representative of President Roosevelt at the time of the great fire and earthquake on the ouant. "1 remember Ogden so well," he said enthusiastically, "for the good people of this city were feeding and earing for thousand of the refugee from the stricken city. After a few inquiries a to ihe local political situation. Secretary Metcalf puke of (be great influx of people into Nevada, something that he predicted some time ago in a speech delivered in one of the towns of the state upon some occasion. It is tho belief of the secretory that the Sage Brush state wilt 4m numbered on (he list af state that have increased in population. Secretary Metcalf 1 on entertaining talker and a moat genial gentleman to meet, and displayed great interest in the growth of this city and tote from a commercial point of view. During the short stop in this city he wa in receipt af numerous telegram and purchased a number of dally papers. He will return to Wah-ingto- n as soon oa the difficulty in San Francisco la settled. THE AUDITORIUM RINK Continue te Be the Center of Attraction for Vast Numbers. LITTLEFIELDAT SALT LAKE CHANGE Addresses Largs Audisnce in the Salt Laks Theater. haNds The extent to which national political issues are overshadowed by tbe was Mormon question in Bait shown last night when a Urge crowd at a Republican rally in the Hsh Luke lke h COAST. theater interrupted the apeerb of THE UTAHNA OF THIS CITY AND Congrewsman Charles E. Littlefield to THE LYRIC OF SALT LAKE. cell ter Senator Reed 8 moot. Bcnetor Smoot was expected to reply to tbe cliallenge of former Benator Thomas h to whether SenaLiktly te Becom th Property of th Kearns In debate tor Sutherland was correct in assertNovelty Theater Company In tho Near Future. ing that Kearns had bought the from the 1st President Snow of the, Mormon church. Senator Smoot denied that Senator A report wa current Ut evening Sutherland had made the atthat the Hahns 'theater of this city tributed to him, and addedcharge that the and the Lyric then cl of Halt IcSke challenge waa based on n willful falsehCity were about r to t.hange hand and ood1, concluding: would lie changed that both thraic-I know President Snow never sold back to vaudeville houses. This re- the senators!! Ip to Benator Kearns, statement lho the that fnll'jws port ml If he agrees with me on that, Novelty theater circuit, whlrh ha there is no controversy- - between seventeen house in Waahlnton. (lreg-gou- , point us as far an that Is concerned." California. Nevada ami Colorado, Mr. Littlefield discussed hi own lawere desirous of having house in the bor record, the tariff and other naUon-s- l two Utah chip. " questions. None of Ihe officers of the Ctahna he seen Isa: night who t healed could give a statement upon Ihe sub Jeer and R. Alexander Grant left for Hsn Fram-lhcon the IJmited train which ied early In the evening, being called there liy a telegram from Mr. John fort. The nature of Mr. Grsnt'x PARSIFAL" RETURNS TO THE GRAND NOV. 1. visit io th coast city wa not divulged, but it thought that it When the grand spectacle of Parthe reiried deal. It will be seen iluu Mr. Cart i after a thea- sifal" in produce, I periodically In the ter in the large clllti and will prob- Hi lie city of Bayreuth In Bavaria, tho ably let the smaller house go. He Invariable custom pertaining at the has 'hree opera com panic on the road Festival theater i to begin the at 5:30 j.. m. At the eonrlu-Kio- 'i with a large iiuiither of Klara. Includof the first hair of the play lho Max Roberta. Florence Flgmau. ing They Mamie Fealy and other, and it now auditor are diamlvsed. ai 8:30 p. m., when they reIn he hla Intention in give appear-main until the performance Is finthea ai'i'ticiienii hla cltie-- t aiienllnu. ished. During the interval the vast logciliHr wi'ii the large number tif audience at liberty to piximlnade lu housea under hi direction. the ground Mnc-urroiindlng the opera The member of ihe Lyric company playing al Ctahna thi week house, or lwrtake of dinner at one of und the Ciaht'a stork company play- ihe .several excellent, restaurant in the ground. At ihe commence nient. ing in Hall lock? this week, ln a al the betwo serks' tmticc on Monday, which of ihe play, a wc-( the second part, three cosginning that the companies will mean appear In th lobby T wa lutdl thai th- - new tumed trumpeter r and aound a character wi'! probably maintain a of the munagr'iip-iisock between Ogden und Salt istic hla i upon their Instrument- - that all inter.-stethat It is time to and aliermte with a week of hr eatd. Thl unique custom was itn-vaudevi'.ita week 'f stork tin- Iso cltie-- . The ouiconiu aio curried mii i,i like manner in New of the ila: va IV le anuileil with inter-e- t York City hi the eMtmpolitan theater. ThU nr her odd jMtvceedtire would of Ogden an-it; the lieuttri'-gue- r Hal Like scarcely pertain to advantage in the n try. smaller ciiies throughout the The question of supper ha to be takEXPERT TUNNEL DRIVER en into account on the par; of the intending patron, and the established schedule of train service in reference Has Contracted for 24.000 Feet of to the movement and arrival of the Tunnel. company presenting the spectacle. A hapoy rnntprombe haa been made by n invention which will vev.diiiinn-ir.- e thc of the production of ' which Is to tip the tuanner of drivinv t'in-nc- i 'PHr-lf- management presented b ha Jack perfieted here. The entire performance L givtunnel driver of en in one sitting, hut, Karri, nn exp--r- t so as t obviate Boulder. Colo., uni several .if tbese the necessity of the play lasting till in o;ienitlou too ! niachinett wiii soon i an hour, the first act begins in' tlii htiite. J. R of Halt promptly at 7:45 p. m. The practice Lake Cliy. iteldem of the T'tsil of giving the warning of commenceKimi Tunneling company, ment with the trumpeter Is, however, i y in t hioffering hfd on work adhered to. La-.comers w he Ihe next which will, ninety obliged to remain standing till the end uac these of the cava, of the flrt sc;, a the darkened audiWonderful oorina nwehire. torium make p Impossible for tho His company already haa contracts usher to show them to their seats. ter boring 24.imO feet of tunnels, the greater part of which will be done in this state. One of the eontrlvances CAPT. ROSE'S BODY PICKED UP. will soon lie used on a government irrigation project, and another in Ti. Oct. r,p. The body mine In the Alta district. doe the of Gap t. It iso of the wrecked bxrken-t':uAlthough ihe wurk of many men It I Hkagit was picked up on lira . i An imt"e:i.-gubeach at ("oo-Ossimple in ron-cyesterday . meal si the working end of 4 lion: wa- - sent from Sea-,l- e to take which ' a huge head of th" saiiu- - the 'aiy there. Morr and more la roller ekoting endearing Itself to member of Ogden society, who nightly throng to the Auditorium, don the little, "festive" roller and glide to tbe strains af the band around the dassling lntbrior. Urged by her many friends lost night, Mia Rosa belle Boowcroft led the german, and waa followed by other members of society. It is expected! that on next Friday night, Weber club night, Mr. Fred Kiesel hoe been invited to lead the grand inarch. Other pleasing features will be placed on the, program for that evening. outia-torahi- p FUNERAL OF MRS. DURFEE Very Tbe funeral nf Mr. Charlotto meeting houe yesterday afternoon. Counsellor Tnrgeron presiding. The ntiraic was furnished by tht ward chulr Fisher. The speaknd a oIo by Ml ers were President (. F. Middleton, Gilbert Patriarch George W. Torgcaon and William F. Price. There wa a very large attendance of relatives and frlendt. Tbe Interment was In the City cemetery. REGISTRATION CLOSED Ons Thousand Vetera Registered Dun Ing the Day. rcui-rern- -t pro-dueii- was the last day to reg-latand it I estimated that 'there than one thousand voter were registered. eight hundred of whom were taken In Republican carriage. It was the largest regU'ratlon that haa ever been recorded in the count point to a very .large role on election day. next Tued-:y- Yi'terdy , TAFT AT DANVILLE, ILL. 1 liis-ban- d ih'-Htc- t tke - A. Duvfre waa held from the Third ward THEATERS I Large Attendance of Relatival and Friends. i - Danville. III.. Oet. 30. s c-- t al M.o-hin- - INQUEST. Globe. Aria.. Oct. 30. The coroner' Inquest over Joseph Ludwig, the miner who waa found murdered1 Sunday morning. a held today. The evidence adduced showed that be waa killed' probably some time between 13 and 4 o'clock Sunday by having hia throat and hia heart cut out. and. that later hi body wax rnnofed to the lonely canyon where it. waa found, to be blown up with dynamite to prevent Identification. Robbery wa probably the motive. e ARBITRATION. wi-hi- - c i e ltt-h- afte.-nooti- . San Francisco. Oct. "n. Chief JustBearty. Rev. Father York and Major Frank McLaughlin, the arbitrator chosen to decide the queatlona at facin' between the United Railroads and their employe, held their first refioi today. The taking of evidence regarding hours of labor, wages and. tbe cot of living in thl rity la expect ei tr consume name time, but the ice- have announced that they will expedite the investigation eo as to lender a dcririnn ax son oa possible. ai'l'l-;i:n;-- about, graft, at th Democratic, conr vention. Mr. Mattaonn enemies claim that, he objects to Hollingsworth because the latter ha been in tb office and knows the tna and out of it. Deputy State Auditor Box wai in the city last week and ordered upan the books in 'the county clerks office on a regular tour of inspection for the state, which are made from three to four times a year in all th fur-the- counties. NOMINATIONS Court Decides Albany. ' LEGAL. In Faver Candidates. N. Y.. Oct. 30.-T- of Ltaguo court he of appeals tonight decided that tb making of Independence nomlnitloni by multiple petllcn was not contrary, to the fleet loo statute and affirmed the tight of the Independence league to make such nominations. Tbe wrt also decided that in the case of Judicial nominations the certificate filed first had prior claim and that tho league hod a right to dee ignaie its own condldatoo. Decisions ware handed down at 11:15 o'clock tonight following a fractal session of the court, which rw convened at 3:30 p. m. today for tb purpoae of hearing the appeals from the appellate division order in tb New York City nomination cam. Ai a result of the decision these candidate will be planed in tbe Independence league column on the official ballot.: Francis K. Shober, Tammany candidate, in the Herenteenth congressional district ; Charles V. Ftanaa, Tammany candidate, lu the Ninth congressional district; Henry M. Tammany candidate, in lb congreosinnad district. Eighteenth Judge Otto Roaalaky'a name will also go in tbe Independence league column, together with the names af three assemblymen and senatorial candidate. Judge Gray read the drrNlon, which waa by the whole court. - Gold-fogl- e, THE REAL DANGER. LMa in tho Junction of the Choyenna Indiana With Utea. Sheridan. Wyo.. Oct. 30. A hurried change today in the disposition of the troops of the Tenth cavalry under Col. Augur diacloood that the real danger now Ilea in the anticipated Junction of Cheyenno Indiana with the Utea. A portion of Colonel Augur' command wa hurried out to Sheridan, where supply wagons were started north. From C. C. Rouoculp. a guide, it is learned that tho troopa umber Colonel Augur, reinforced by two dlticmal companies from Fort Mae kenxic, will proceed tomorrow to Ashland. eighty miles north of SherMaa In meet, the troops coming overland from Fort Kelgh. Troops from Ftot toKeogh should arrive at Ashland morrow night, but Colonel Augur cannot arrive there before Thursday Croc night. Rouaculp wa with Oeu. the Choyenu in 1996 and know well. He auld,' there are between 7W and 800 warrior in tho tribe and that a they are the beet armed Indiana the west. OF PRECI0UI TOP SMUGGLING STONES, Seeratary of War Taft, spoke to an overflowing audience in this city tonight. The secretary arrived at 9 o'clock and left at lit o'clock for Omaha, where he will apeak tomorrow night. Mr. Taft urged the election of Speaker Joseph G. Cannon, discussed the bill, defined trust and referred to tbe remedies adopted by a Republican congrea for the regulation, emphasized the necessity of electing a Reto support the prespublican cngi-eident in carrying on l. his policy. CORONER'S Intaraated Party. New York. Oct. 30. Diamond ter and polishers, through onion, have Joined with, their en(Wj era In declaring that something h be done to atop the amuggHn Bite-erprecious atones. The Diamond Protective union la inveatlixtUi the subject. An officer of tb Cutter d ft Importer' Protective union, of the chief diamond and peon recently Importers of New York, aaid that the gems smuggled each daw equal In value those on which of are pW. A. Meyer, president .. labor union, uald: "The diamond Industry in the Lowed Siate Buffer a good deal of petition from smuggling. Xo how watchful the authorities ara hoaevere tho punishment, there ara always people to he found the prow take the risk for the sake'of It." a' cuo-poae- Tr wi-llt- INDICTMENTS Vatnnga, Ok la., RETURNED. Oct M.-ln- dU-J nts returned by a special gr y against the 8t. Lout nd inclaco Railway company e Oil company. charpM r gal discrimination in freight I the giving of rebate wax q" Judge MR C. Garber on the grow" I irregularity in empannelllng ler indictment will be asked. ters-Plerc- SECRETARY TO MAGOON. Paso, Tex.. Oct. 30 I. A. Bara El Faso, secretary to Gen. ring the American occupation ha. haa been appointed aecrer Governor Mogoon. and will k norrow night for Havana 31 .