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ar fcffi'1ra.e A A -- g - t j ADYtKl !St IN llih FI Ll. ASSOCIATED f'PESS DISPATCHES UTAH WEATHER FORECAST EXAMINER for the price it charges. IT is the best advertising medium THE EXAMINER in the city THE INDICATIONS COUNTY AS WELL REACHES OUR SUBSCRIPAJ THE CITY. TION BOOKS ARE OPEN TO AD ERTiSERS VOL III THERE CITY. UTAH. THURSDAY sec. THEIR APPEALS FINAL MORNING, NOVEMBER i, 4906 te Having Closed Their Campaigns Hearst and Hughes Will Return to New York City Today There to Make Their Final Campaign Arguments. Up-Sta- New York. Oct. 31. With election peals' decision esterday could the week away, the two primers proceed with the work of preday leas than bslIoiH the candidate fur the governor of New paring on Tuesday. to laat York are making their appeals Hearst Spaaka Six Time. the voter, and tomorrow will Buffalo. Ocl.. 31. In closing here Wilaee both Charles E. Hughe aand camtonight hi fifth wild final liam K. Hearst beaded toward Greater paign trip. William R. Hearst made New York, where the final argument long run about the city, speaking six will be made. Their laat awing around tlmsj in a many different section. adthe circle baa beeu made under Thl strenuous evening followed a day vene weather condition, and both of campaigning In the northwest corfrom frequent outdoor ner of the state. In Monroe. Orleans are vuire-wor- n (leaking. But neither rain uur auow and Niagara countie. Several of th baa danipeaed the enthusiasm of the pise visited by Mr. Hearst today crowd that have gathered everywere among those at which Charles E. where to greet them. Republican opimueut, Hughes, hi Today Mr. Hughe lagan hi day' tpoke yesterday. tour from Oswego, where he aiwke Mr. Hearat's welcome at every point hat night, aud hia train tonight today aftey leaving Rochester, where rearhed Syracuse. Tomorrow he will he spoke last night , wan very cordial. rlose hia day at Schenectady aud Evpry ball at which he spoke. Includthence will return to New York. City ing the six in this city, wax crowded (or the final aerie of meeting. to its capacity and there was every np-sin- up-sta- evidence of em'nii-iasin- . Hla speeches today and tonight were on the aame general lines as those which he has delivered on hla trip at Syracuse, Auburn and Rochester. Tonight he especially attacked James Farley, whose aprtlclpation tn certain labor troubles has been much discussed. "A strike breaker," said Mr. Hearst, makes hi living by depriving uthcra of their; he takes away not only the living of hia fellow men. but of their wive and childvets as well. Mr. Hearat srxke of Farley as a friend of Hughea. and be called upon the latter to support and defend hts fijenl for friendship's sake and not to wait for a retainer. Mr. Hearat and hla party left, tonight for New York, where he will enter upon a final campaign brand ahoiil New York City. The cablegram sent by Richard Croker to Patrick H. McCarren was ehownt o Mr. Heirst tonight. He declined to comment upon It. .tons to take vigorous measures against the board of elections for thetr alleged criminal negligence In falling lo prevent the loss or destruction of Independence league nominating District Attorney. Jerome, whew Mr. Hearvt't request was laid before him, decided that the matter abouhl first ha submitted to a. magistrate for part-Ilon- a. inquiry,.....,. Hearst has offered rewards 30.000 for the arrest and conviction of persona guilty of elec'. tion frauds on Xnvember I. The publication this afternoon of a cablegram from Richard Croker in Ireland to Bute Senator McCarren, Democratic leader In Kings county, reading, "Congratulate xu on manly, stand you bare taken, win or lose,'1-- caused exdiemgnt In Democratic headquarters In Brooklyn. , To Mr. cablegram MoCar-rereplied: "Thanks for cablegram. The answer was: May 1 use it? "You may puldish message. MeCarren has consistently opposed. W. R. Hearst since the Buffalo convention. Mr. Croker's first cablegram was received by Senator McCarren Mr. the first about to fall to the floor when hla second- - threw up the sponge. In, the early pan of the fight Berger shuwed signs of clevenirss. hut he lacked steam. Kaufman, oil the contrary, waa slower but strong, and kepi after hi wan all through the fight. Judging from t '.might's exhltibitfou neither man is a nerious candidate for championship honors. However, for a heavyweight flgnt.it wr a very fast contest. Both men weighed in late this afternoon and Berger tipped the beam at about 190 pounds. Kaufman weighed five pounds less. Tonight the betting varied from odds of 10 lu 8 lo Hi to T. with Berger the favorite. Berger had for seconds Jimmy Britt, Jack Gleason, Martin Murphy and laiuis Relleatre. Kaufman waa looked after by Billy Delaney, hla manager and trainer. Joe Thomas, Harry Foley and Jack (Twin I Bnlllran. SECRETARY The Talk Much About Plan for Securing a Remedy. N AND STAMPEDE MAKES SOME UNIQUE COMPARISONS. HOMELY Democrats Would Destroy Prosperity Because the Trust Get Mere Than Their Share of It. Denton. Md., O rt. 31. Secretary Bonaparte spoke hare today at a meeting tn the interest of William H. Jack-Mm- . the Republican nominee for in tho First district of Midlwas a and. Mr. Bonaparte plea for th ooatlnuatwn of th next house of representatives In Republican hands. He quoted figures alios lug the Increase of the foreign commerce of the country since 181)11. when the Republicans ram into power. In support of bia contention that national prosperity was due to Republican ration. "But thia very prosperity." he continued, "is (he source of aeiF serious emharrasameni. When the countrr waa rich the individuals who make up that nation grow rich also, and in tome case some of the Individuals always grow far richer than others. Wa have developed a crop of ('mouses without precedent tn history, and. moreover, the longdistance telephone, the ocean cable and the development of corporate agencies enable the to unite tbslr wealth in huge combinations which throaten the s enmnierclol liberties of their and even bid d Hia nee to uur oon-gre- a Sheridan. Wyo., On. 31. t skirmish occurred uxlsv Imi ween a baud of renegade Cte Indian and a troop of the Tenth cavalry tin Hiltcr Creek, l according lo wurd brought by a courier. Tbe troops had raptured fifty Tie pontes. Aa the troopers were driving away the ponies, luO I'lea. fully armed, surrounded the cavalrynieu and the ponies, stainpedlug the ponies with revolver Simla aud native war whoop. The Indiana recovered all their ponies but five that were killed by (ho troop In an effort to atop the stampe-ria- ped. Tbe ider. Indian did no tin- - mi the wThe soldier defined from attacking the I'tca, aa the reds grout ly oinmimhered the trooper. Troopers lay that, aa far a tiu-- can ascertain from rumor and observation, the Indians will fight with little provocation. Another detachment of the Tenth Monday cavalry that left Rheridan night ran across a wandering band of 10c Crow Indiana tinder command of Chief gueel Mouth. The trooper drove the Crow hark lo the Crow laws." nail that they Mr. Bonaparte likened the trusts to agency. The Crow were huutlng, and denied any intena pen of pigs, In which the big, strong tion of Joining the Itea. overfed hog crowded the liitle one ' Kllll another squad of the Tenth away from thetr feed and gut far more cavalry fell In with a hand f Cheythan thetr share. Our big. strong greedy prosperous enne Indian, who. on representation were hunting, were allowed trust a are animals of the like order. that they tn peace. to go and smaller crowd thetr weaker They Settler charge that Indian guide fellows from the feeding trough, an tlA-lthese fair don't share employed hy the federal troops ere that got the of our national pnsvperlty. The prob-leu- r acting treacherously and lending solla how to ao fence off i he great troops on false trails to keep the beast so to give the little one g diers front overtaking the Tie. The set let tw mention aiming the guides show. Dresa. American Horae and "The Democrat propose to cut off WomanCow Bull. Koine troopers of the an pply of swill, ar. In other words, White all to destroy ant prosperity by onset tha Tenth tocavalry marched ciutur a araeJI hand of tl'ng all ur- busift-- ' l.'tes rejKirted to It encamped1 on Hidual this proresi would mm make tter creek, but found no Indiana at the the big hogs aa thin as razorbarks. but would the small onea fare any designated place. Trainmen arriving tonight report heller? Jfhi Blnuz Indians are wandering "Remember, we don't complain of that mile northwest of Sheridan. The the former because they are them- fifty It la said, male furred marches Hr. selves liig and fat. hut beesti they northward by night, hiding from the make other entail and thin. The day lit the broken country fatter the big pig become thp better soldier by which they are 1 raveling. T(te for thetr owner and the more money. through it. (he trust makes the better fur the 'tea should soon arrive In Birney, American penple. provide in the one is Ih might. rase all the little pigs get fal. ton. or at all events, as fat aa they can; and THE COUNTESS SEEKS . In the other that all dealers outside of the (mat have a fair field and the DIVORCE ABSOLUTE trusts have no favor. "Our President santa. and has always wanted, a square deal for everyone. whether pig. Hn or man. and M a it re Croppy, in Opening tha Case, tinder hts leadership the Republican Speaks for Four Hours. party lias tried to put and keep each of our trust in its own proper pen. where it can't crowd any of the little a crowd Paris, Got. fellows around it. To these end he which taxed the capacity of the court lia asked the aid uf congrea and of room la the palace of Justice In the the enurta to keep the corporate and old lditin quarter, the case of the individual wealth of the country In CountCM de CaaU-llinfor divorce due subjection to the law, not to make from her husband. Count Honi d Casrich men poor, for to do ibla would tellan. was begun this afternoon. only make poor men poorer, imt to Maltie Croppy presented the plea make rich men law abiding so that cl the count ra for absolute divorce, poor men may become richer If they and the custody of the children. will. And congress, a well as the Thl pie wa made up on docucourt, have responded to hia appeal'' mentary evidence and without summoning witnesses. The great lawyer spoke fw four feilow-cltlzen- Tsea-day-inig- -- Petition the Governor of Maine to .Have the Exact Fact Ascertained. e text of Portland, Me., Ocl. a petition which in being signed by the clergymen and prominent professional and business men of tbls city. Including three former governor of Haine, asking Uov. William T. Cobb to condition at the Holy Ghost and T'. 8. colony at Shiloh, waa made public tonight Tt la as follows: Tn view of the persistent and seemingly well authenticated reports of gross evils existing in the Sun ford community at Shiloh, resulting In suffering and injury to member af the l. eommunlly. and especially little we, the undersigned citizen of Maine, respectfully petition your excellency. if at all possible, to take auch measures as your wisdom mw dictate, to ascertain the exact farts aqd abate the evils." The petition was drafted aa a result of the confemce Monday of three Portland clergymen, with Kirs. Alice Mo., who has Phelps of Kaunas been nnable to persuade or force her daughter to leave the colony. petitions filed by the Independence hag ue In this city. that organisation today leaned the statement to the offset that the Independence league's column will be found on the official ballot when the voter opens It to make his mark on election day. S n potters of both Mr. Hughes and Ur. Hearst profess confidence in the outcome of next Tuesday's election. William Barnes, Jr., former chairman anil-trus- chll-dref- Re- tt wae at Republican headquarters had Bade a careful study of reports sent by town and county organizations throughout the state, estimates thafc Mr. Hughes will have an pluup-sta- of 200,000. The Independence league gave out a statement tonight concerning Mr: Hsnrti.'s campaign up state, In which "' It predlrta his election. "Reports from up slate relative to the growing Hearst strength," say a the abatement, are unusually encouraging tuday. The organizers who make a e weekly report to the executive of the league were in the city and describe the panic of the Hughea supporters and the Republican as genuine, and that the confidence if the Hearst support la ever increasing. The Republican management. an well as the Independence league managers, know that the election has been won by Mr. Hearst. Tl'ers la practically no Democratic KAUFMAN rality WINS IN TENTH ROUND Newfoundland Taat of In the Early Part of tha Fight Berger Shewed Signs of Clev- Ban Francisco. Oct. 31. A1 Kaufman gave 8am Berger an awful beatBerger was pracing tonight and tically out his seconds ibrey up the sponge in I he tenth round. Only once did Berger seem to have a chance. This was In the third round. At the dropped opening of the round h Kaufman with a right to the jaw. Kaufmsn stayed down nine second. Berger floored h!r.i again wlib a left to the same place. Again Kaufman look the count for nine seconds and waa up again. In a clinch Berfler ihrew him to the floor again, but. Kaufman came up strong and fought back hard. jn the second round Kaufman landed with hia right, on Berger's jaw and floored him. Berger siaypd down nine seconds and came up groggy, but managed to lust through the round. After the third round Kaufman fpugbt in close, and did damaging Work with right and left uppercuts that Berger apparently could not avoid. In the las;, few rounds he grew ineadlly weaker. Hla legs wobbled and hia bluws lacked steam. Jccaalonally he would stand up and swing, but be seldom landed. All the time Kaufman waa boring and tippercuttlng In the In the ninth round Berger clinches. went down for the count from a right to the jaw. He got up and Kaufman slugged him all through the remainder of the round. When the tenth round opened Kaufman went at hia man very soon and beat him Into a state cm helplessness. Berger could not hold up hia hands or head and waa from n rfefccthm. North for Hughes, South for Hearst, The southern tier la reported 'afire whh enthusiasm for the Democratic and league candidates. The northern tir. hat in the past hss been a banked upon by the Repub-lifaIs manifeatlng an '"ling of great proportions.' Th- Rryan Democratic league of ' York tonight sent out an official 'tineni which say that while 1 le fakl'ig erery effort to elect the slat n'l local llcketa. it ia doing all it 'an Jlr. to defeat Mr. Hearst. tjan. friends, who are- deserting Hearst by the thousand, says the "do no! feel that they are 'Ing their party regularity, as they fnl sjr hearst hlntsclf lo be the r0isf adopt )n iho art of Itoltlng. N'n voting machines will lie used af. lay's elections in New York, It had !en intended to experiment with over jj number Imt. the legal Langle "hniraMons and the delay In .deter-luiujus; wha- - names should. ap-candidates. mud the experi-- f' impracticable. Court contests the printing of thB baV n.l only after the court of ap antt-Hugh- - MKs-nen- t. s SEND THE NEWS ped by Americans outside the three-millimit after theae men have been paid off hyithe American vessels on which they are serving. After this the supreme court or the privy council will determine whether or not the modus vivendi overrides cokm 1st enactments. The government furthermore calculates that this threat of prtMwutJnn will deter the colonists from going beto join yond the marine boundary American vessels, and the latter will therefore be unable to seen re crewa to catch herring. As this would nullify the spirit of the modus rtarendi, which agrees that nobody shall be penalized for joining American vessels, it is expected to result In trouble Itetwenn the cabinet at Ixindcm and Washington, a the latter probably will demand that Great Britain make good the pledge embodied in the modua vivendi. PROFESSOR OF LUMBERING. New Haven. Conn.. Oct. 31. It was announced today that a full professor of lumbering would be appointed at. Yale as soon a an endowment fund la raised by the National .of SI I Lumbermen's aisoclstlon for a chair of practical lumbering at the forest school of the university. FIFTY of the leg ball, and at other times it would soften s he spoke of the wife under such circumstances trying to bear up iu the face of the world. , As he epoke uf the count's efforts lo prolong the oase with the view of securing furgivtmrsa awl recuueilig-- . thm, tbe lawyer fairly shouted: "No. no; forglveneas is now out of tbu question." Beneath the (Keguises of Mme. A., Mine. B Mme, C. and Mme. D. many perauus In (he court room recognised the identity of the aronien to whom the lawyer referred, and there wws a craning of neck aa the court room listened to the reading of the burning word of passion lu the letters, and the ruiluus were exjierhilljr absorbed In the aalarinus detail set forth by the lawyer uf tbe rase of Mine. (?., with whom a coils of window algoal bad biy'D a ranged and whoM maid did cntinrl duty at tbe dor of the mansion to gfte tlie alarm la case th betrayed husband should return unex-psrtedl- lu this deposition it waa sol forth list servant ushered Count Hmd to 31 me. (Vs boudoir. Maltre Crappy offered evidence to prove that Ccual Ikinl had had sfmitlianeously four apartments In I'arl for the conduct of hi love affairs. The moat notorious uf theae apartments waa at. Noully. They were hired in Hie name of servants. Th count'! coriweponrtenr a lih women of faahloa waa conduc.Ledi through hla serrntariea. The readina i of the letters mused great 1'pon sactcty wnnisn and alike the count showered flower ami gifts, according to the for the oouniesa. even pawning hy hla wife, pier Ions articles bought to get the money, ex- - borrowing from iihurera when be could not obtain credit,.' ... Maltre CYuppy dwell upon a passage In a loiter from Mme. B.. in which be wun-men- declared loft nu doubt that 1 never existed. This passage wa: believed you capable f making a dis.Mallre honorable twe of my letters. Ciuppv disclosed the fact .that. In November. Hum, the civil tribunal of tbs Judicial Seine wae about (o appoint trustee in the person of George J. Gould for the purpose of protecting tbe countess agsiual the rapacity of her husbaud, tint, being mis bln to appease the creditors, the case was trauafnrred to New York. Tbe description of Die comedy of leaving plsyud by fount Bonf on that occasion provoked roars of laughter. He wrole a letter to the countess lu which be said: "I leave this house forever, taking only If), M1i) francs to keep me until ran earn my bread. I will resign my seat lu parliament and go to Chins, I hope the newspapers won't know to what I am reduced. In a postscript the ouiint added: "I have liOO francs In my pocket, and i enclose 300 for your lunch and dinner today. The countess (list left the mansion and went to a hotel lu August, 1903, when, Maltre Cruppy continued, "deeply outraged and worn nut with Infamies, she learned that Mme. D. and Count Ron! were at Trouvllle together. Laier she returned bum and hore the sltuuti'jn until after the enf And hours with an intermistertainment of King Charles of Portusion of only fifteen minute. The gal, Dorcmbcr 12, 190S. when, upon Ce wa adjourned before Mattie the omit trying to form her to go Crappy 'a argument wa finished, and lo a shooting party of which she waa he act ill seemed to have plenty of ammunition In Maw looker. ' Such a severe arraignment ha sel- NEW REGULATION dom been heard in this court mom. FOR POST CARDS He painted Count Bon I In the blacker of colon, doclmlng him to be rapacious, brutal and licentious, while the Kyracnee, X. Y Oct. 31. Inable to count wa held up a ID Post Cards Bearing Written Matter the gain admittance to the Alhambra, Innocent victim. and on Left Half of Front Page to Be In tkl city, where Charles largest hall and was nothing Nothing spared a Admitted to the Mails. E. Hughes spoke tonight, many was glossed over. In chronological of people went to (he dry hall order Maltre iho recounted Crappy and there, at an overflow meeting, of the allintire. which 'he said were addremed by the Republican history from the very Washington. Oct. 31. Postmaster candidate for governor, who at flrat had lien unhappy to the Incredible an order General Gorlclyou has honeymoon, owing demonmeeting received a greeting as trim in whlrh will he of Interest to a multithe of husband, extravagance strative aa any he ha received In bis five Tear had used up tbe colossal tude of people engaged in the collecthree tour. fortune that the daughter uf Jay Gould tion and exchange uf illustrated post Mr. Hughea tonlghi replied to a had brought him. (mini Hon!' Inor- esnis. which arc understood to lie very statement made by hi opponent last dinate and inreMahle demand for profitable mall mutter. night to the effect that Mr. Hearat money, arcordlng to th attorney for The universal pnsial congress, repaid more taxes than 'he Republican tbe counteKs. began a soon a th cently 'cumluded in Rome, provides candidate. Mr. Hughe declared it In rari. and led imthat on October 1, 1907. these cards, was not a question of what taxes are couple arrived tn III trejtment and abuse, which are technically designated post mediately paid, but what taxea are not paid. He and n to Mow. The countess was cards tn our service In oontradlstlnc-tion- , asserted that Mr. Hearat has not yet stiuok by her husband, according to to the government, postal card, aa to whether replied to bia quetl-her the first time four month shall be admitted to the mails ex"Hearat newspaper cor- afterlawryer, the ,lhe marriage. This wa the re- changed between the countries of the porations" pay their taxes. sult of a quarrel in connect km with a postal union when bearing written Before coming tn Syracuse Mr. dinner given by an American tn w hich messages upon the left half of tbe Hughea spoke at Fultn and at Au- the count wm not invlied. Intrigue from of the cards; hut Inasmuch aa burn. the under on such card are now admitted In the amours carried and One of the feature of tonight wa--a- counters' eye were not long de- postage rate applicable to post cards, veiy In tor hllght parade. both to the domestic mails of the prinwhich, among other organizations, layed. Maltre Crappy detailed the cases of cipal countries of Europe, and to the were many student of Syracuse uni- four society vromen, designating them malls exchanged between them, the versity . Later at the Alhambra th ordered that, as Mnte. A.. Mm. B., Mme. C. nd postmaster general h cheer and yell. Mme. D. students gave many cards mailed in from thl date to the count's Referring ; with which When the applause the law- foreign countries and full prepaid by with was greeted at the Alhambra had subtold tbe story In a plain, unvar- postage stamp, shall he delivered to yer sided, Mr. Hughea raid: nished fashion. He made no attempt addressees in the I'nlted States withDoubts Net Election Result, at rhetoric, but marshaled the fact out additional charge for postage, and "If I may Judge aright the indica-tirni- a front a big dossier before him. He the order further provide that on and that I find In Syracuse, there is read unexpurgatrd extracts front in- after March t. 1907. such cards, when fully prepaid hy postage stamps ai little doubt of tbe result of thl elec- criminating letters and gave the depost card, shall tion. We do not with to be content positions (if servant and others in- the rate applicable be admitted both to the domestic and with a mere plurality. We want some- dicating Infidelity. Only when Maltre Cruppr reached International malls of this country thing that will answer the question that has been to the people of thia some particularly outrageous Incident and treated as port cards. The dale of tbe admlaaion of ihee atate, and decide onre for all that of the count.' conduct did his voice, vibrating with passion, rise until It cards to the domestic service whs (Continued on Page Three) penetrated the farthermost recesses fixed at March I next, anticipating tie a lalwra e one-hal- g --L- ma-rtiii- q the Modus Vivendi. St. Johns, X. F.. Oct. 31. The colonial government lias decided to test the validity of the modus rtvendi. It issued an official notice today enforcing the halt art. which forbids Newfoundlander to fish on board foreign vessels within colonial waters, and it Intends tn prosecute one or more colonial fishermen who have been ship- erness. com-nltte- Has Decided to Make a CENTS hna-dred- isud np-eta- uir-fsir- a h-- PONIES Utcs Making Forced Marches Northward By Night Trainmen Arriving Reported Yesterday That Hundreds of Sioux Indians Are Wandering Fifty Miles Northwest of Sheridan. r anp-pre- FIVE DISCUSSES . the result of yesterday's decision of the court of appeals on the questk of the validity of certain nominating SCAT- THURS- nmm 1. Secretary Taft Oat. spoke twice here this evening, first at the Burwpod theater and again at the Boyd, both places being xuked to suffocation, while hundreds were turned away. In Bis Burwnod speech the Secretary Taft flrat dlscuased trust question. He declaied that while the Democrats talk a great deal about trust there le a lark of sincerity tn it all. They do not, in the flrat place, tell what a trfial. is. nor do they give any well -defined plan fur their Sou. The secretary then went on to define the Jernt trust, as It is commonly psed, and to enumerate the evils growing out of such institutions. He then took up the hlstoiy of antitrust legislation, claiming that the only effective law fur the regulation uf these great, corporation hare been enacted by Republican voles. Difficulties Encountered. Mr. Taft spoke of (be many difficulties the present administration had encountered in is effort to enforce t law. He declared that the some of the constitutional limitation In the prosecution of criminals ere absurd and their effect tn many rases is to defeat the ends id Justice. He declared that many of the ole slructlons of which criminal, through the shrewdness of thetr lawyers, are accustomed lo take adianlage, should1 be removed. Notwithstanding these difficulties, he said, the adminfatra-tlcn- e activity and the g.wd work of the last congress had created a new condition of affairs as regard railroad companies, aa well aa many other powerful corporation. Railroad officials. he said, are now asking whether or not contemplated acta are lawful nr will tie followed by indictment, where formerly they only asked would they be profitable. The atmosphere has around railroad headquarter changed materiallr. he declared. The secretary's speech was deliver- EAGER THOUSANDS ed at the Boyd theater. It treated LISTEN TO HUGHES shout the nuts questions as the one at. the Burwood. Secretary Taft will continue hla western trip tomorrow. Replies to Statement Made by Mr. Hsarat the Previoue Night ae WILL TEST VALIDITY. to Who Pays Taxes. Omaha, TO BE INVESTIGATED A aid Democrats T rusts, but State n ( the executive committee of the TAFT SPEAKS AT OSAKA HOLY GHOST COLONY October 2. BE SHOWERS PRICE TEUSTS In New York. There were several incident today tending to accentuate the already intense Interest in the outcome of the campaign. In tlda city ih feature of the day was the action of Mr. He i tit In appealing direct to Judge Otto A. Koaalaky of the court of general sea THAT DAY AND FRIDAY. OGDEN Jlr. Hearst started from Riirheater this morning for Niagara. Falla. Snow and rain fell all along the line. and bla falling voire obliged him to discontinue outdoor speaking. Tonight he appeared at five meetings at Buffalo, and tomorrow night be will be ARE WILL TERED NO. jo; publican state committee, who - WY ps' u dale when the univereal cawveulAim becomes cffeutlvc. In order that our people might, at the earliest practicable dale, have equal faclllti with other countries referred to in the exchange of these cards. I i'i' a OPENING RESERVATION NOT w INVALIDATED This Is Ceoaldsrad Fortunate by Off- icials of Land Office. Washington. Get. 81 Further reports from agents of th Interior department wbo euperint ended the opening Monday of tho Walker lake Indian reservation in Nevada have oonvlaced Secretary Hitrbruck that infraction of the regulation'- - governing th opening were not serious enough to warrant a recommendation tn favor of It . Thia deriMna ia considered fortunate by officials of tha land office, as the law oflhwra uf th department have expressed the opinion thatre gardlesa of the actbin of imnu-- " in crossing th line beftire rina of congress ordering algnni, th that tha reservation be thrown open to settlement hal not been violmed. That net did not prescribe that persons should not enter tha reservation In advance o (he atawal and tkere I no law under which tha persons may be punished. If authority had been given ' tbe Interior department .it-i- a Cbaimltadoner Richards said (hat. would have provided ftor r gist ratio, aa was done in August when tha M bonbon reservation was Aliened. Special Lend Agent Parka has reported has bee from Hawthorne that there had- expected, tea - etgpMdantia-'and that alresdv a town T two tboii- sand population, with restaurants, gambling house gad aaiaoaa baa been established at tha mouth of Dutchman ereek. L i f i A A 'i I T .J ? si f i ' J 'i4 - ii t 1 -- . . 4 4 PRISON! EEPER TO HAVE MONUMENT Not Heeding the Strong Antagonism Offered, the Southern Women Will Honor Wire. Americus, Ga., Oct. 31. At the annual meeting of the Georgia division, I'nlled Daughierj of ibe Confederacy.' today, a report of Mra. A. B. Hull nf Havannah, the president, wbo Mai year Inaugurated tbe plan to erect a monument to Maj. llerry Wlra, tbe Anderson vll In prison keeper, wa read In which she speaks of opposition to the plan In some sections, aa ftvllowa; There was never any ubjeet undertaken by our society that has met with such widespread Interest, such1 . loyal nupport and auch violent antair-onlsTho latter has taken tbe wildest form and waged la the moat Insane abuse, not apsriug in anywise the women of the Georgia division, and w have answered never a word, but have simply gone and proved our caw and mean to establish ths truth fnrever- A wheu we unveil our monument. ' rampalgn of education It hss verily Item, for I do nol believe any of us knew how Ignorant we wars. of tbe history uf that, period until we went into this matter, as wa have been obliged to do, In order vt give aa answer for the faith that fas la us." Mrs. Hull also recommends that a picture of Winnie Davis be placed in the dormitory of the Raburn Gap rial school, which is conducted hr the Tlwnghter. as a memorial to both Mrs. Jefferson Dari and the Daughters t of the Confederacy. s i A ii . A al THIRD AND LAST CAR LIFTED FROM WATER ? fbr Bed's. But Non Were Found In ths Car. Search Mad AtlanticCity. X. J . OcL 3i.-T- he third and last car of the thoroughfare wreck waa lifted from tbe water lat today. When placed on the mud baak the car wa In such a condition that It actually fell apart nf lia own weight. Chief of Poller Maxwell and a squad of officers made a diligent, searrh for any bodies that ir.xr have here edg-p- d in ihe car. hut found none. Mystery surround the of several persons rho were known to have ben on (he train and may indicate that their bodies are cither held fast in ihethick mud or have floated down with the tide. The local officials sey the total death On the other hand, list ia sixty-twa goat many were early on the ground and some of these who were rescued from the train nre Inclined I the belief that several bodies were awapi down hr ih heavy tide and never it Is said by some that the total loss of life is revent v. The enro oner's inquest will commence tom arrow ii- - . . j l! i morning. TO PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT THAT WEBER COUNTY AND UTAH BELIEVE IN HIM I , f I r'