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I ItBDE SAIT JLJOj TEIBTJNE: TTEDjJESDAY MoiGTIIGr, MARCD 16 1904:. . . g j
'""XJnion Teamsters Attacked by Strik
ing1 Can Makers and Pelted
CHICAGO, March 15. A scries of
A riots occurred today between striking
ii' omr)loyees of the American Can com-
tji pany and union teamsters who had re
j fused to quit work In sympathy with
, I the strikers.
The first disturbance occurred on the
north side of the city at one of the
stables of the can company, a number
of men being Injured and two pickets
Two pickets were doing duty in the
neighborhood when six teamsters at
tempted to leave the stables with teams.
The pickets, by signals, summoned
twenty helpers. The drivers were
stoned. It Is alleged, and dragged from
the wagons. The assailants lied when
patrol wagon loaded with police nr
A second battle started later at the
company's South Side barn. Escorted
by police, a number of wagon? succeed
I cd, however, in getting halfway to a
j-J railway frelghthousc, followed by
At Twenty-sixth street and "Went
! worth avenuo the police charged the
mob, that was showering missiles on
the drivers. The wagons reached their
destinations after the police had cap
tured four of tho rioters.
The wagons, with their escorts
j stopped at the Erie railroad freight-
house at Clark and Fifteenth streets
, and were attacked. Girls In the crowd
I tried to cut the harness and prevent
the wagons leaving tho freight station.
Nr .VThrce teamsters, armed with long
El 1 i -whips and aided by a dozen of police
El and detectives, drove back the throng.
Kj JIrl strikers tried to porsuade the union
EU freight handlers to not handle the goods
VA from the wagons, but the freight ban-
El Uers declined to enter the fight.
aitjjjM I Never Fades.
i:lilHr I Record tho bill with us we keep
tiKtIB 1 records that won't come off, till they
IjwSK . n3RCHA2CTS' PROTECTOR.
wB Scientific Collectors of Bad Debts.
'r'llK Top Floor Commercial Block.
fuJHjEi Francis G. Luke, General Manager.
stVljBI "Some people don't lfcke us."
SSf POSTAL DEPART
WB WENT GRILLED AGAIN
PPfff 1 (Continued From Page 1.)
.-jJlt'cfilHH to what newspapers he shall carry or
IHj I the tradespeople he shall represent.
iff, ,;. rHII I He was interrupted by Mr. Burleson
'!IBHI of Texas. vro asked If the executive
r'"-P'.HI order prohibiting Government em-
fyk nj'jHfi ployees from lobbying before Congress
jHj ! always have thought so," Mr.
"ftl Itl Hfl 1 Crlggs replied, and he said further,
ISS HKJUf li i ' " no uero representing the prcs-
Juf frltJcM ;n ctrK. 0CCUPant f lne White Hourc as
H&flof Vx'A I niyjirney he would enter a plea of guilty
Kl i ll arGTsVop further Investigation.
J in "ft THE BRISTOW REPORT.
flflPa ) During his remarks Mr. Griggs rc-
J ' ferred to the recent report of the Post-
Sfi -Jii !l ofllce department as the "Brlstow re-
HnT ' il ? port." and this opened up a fresh dls-
flHKs f. cusslon of that document which had
HBJI? I brought forth such a storm of Indlgna-
Hklu f i ' ) ' tlon from members of the House. He
Hjjn via said that as a member of the commlt-
S&i tec he did not sec how the committee
EK , t could have done otherwise than to
R& i't ' make the report public.
HHrjjH ,in ti '"Was there anything In It which
BfJKn t fi caused the committee to print that data
BwMlKnjJ , H under the heading. 'Charges Concern-
ffHtt'wIriit jf ilnE Members of Congress'?" Inquired
Rn$i1uflE,'Mi ; ,Ir. Cooper of Wisconsin.
RvHtrMlv ir Griggs said he did not indorse
HlfrJi-JBrr that and it was unfortunate, where-
lVf$3M ys upon Mr. Overstreet, chairman of the
fcuNgHF ji committee, explained that as soon as
twiKujH (r he saw the heading he notified the Gov-
pvji' tH i ernment printing ofDce that it was not
BteMflH ( J Justified by the manuscript,
KfiBilmH Ii Mr. Cooper sarcastically remarked
Ftl4fc JH i , ( 'that ho never had known the Govern-
wlHl ment printing office to print anything
ll5?t$5sBf it ' that was not in the copy.
Wljl6traBl. I understand tho heading was wrlt-
"IStMB v ( ten ln tne ostoHico department," Mr.
rjBpiJMB ' S Griggs said, in reply.
niffiH i Ku Mr Bartlett of Georgia said the
rSjt,kHH ' , p.r House soon would find out who was re-
SlKMH gfm sponsible for It.
vHltliKi 'P5 Mr GriBC3 maintained that It was
3 niliclBL ,i IBdstow's report. Continuing, he said
f 'IlitilK riaf Jt had leaked out prior to the report
7$7tUfHkiXS )that the committee was In possession
Stf&flnlRtfwl of information that would condemn
rwHsBvlB members of Congress. In the commlt
8fftlHH!f 7 tee 116 ha contended that if there wcro
Hwlon'fHi to be leaks 11 wa3 tno committee's duty
jjfftjrjB ) ' t0 mako lt publlc "R"hlch they had
V The United States," he said, "is too
223 5w; w powerful and too great to convict any
isfifefl j'M' f man by a suppression of facts. But if
J&mKtfm1 lr publication of all those things
BHMBg 3 would convict not only men under ln-
8 iffl dlctmcnt, but men higher up or lower
RuflSrVS i down, tho report should be taken for
SHE ''PR 'J ' .what it is worth."
BBrlpjBJ M ' If thQr0 ""'ere men in the inspection
HnW, H- eervice, he declared, who were afraid
HHgv 'b' to lmvo their reports see daylight, such
JPc men ought to be gotten rid of and men
nPnft put In who were not afraid.
HUH fL'Jlil nought to Investigate the Post-
ffflK.)i! j office department," he said, "and you
BT-4 I HB1 gentlemen turned out here like hornets
flKiiT 1 tl( ani ln8ltJted that tlie whole department
Bl fromd top to bottom must be Investi-
b-? "B Both Republicans and Democrats, he
B'W M said, had declared that they would
KMkI B "tear the roof off the old thing," and,
VllivVt fll lie lnnulred, "What did you do? The
IfSr5i .9 House got scai-ed and turned tall."
HlKlill? 'B Mr' Gr,S'B3 tnen saJd tno Present sys-
fe)A M tem wn'cn na(l crown up In the dc-
R2ull 19 partment requiring members to go pe'r-
SBfvf irM,i.wjB fonally and ask what their constituents
Sri WjSyl were entitled to was wrong.
flH ' The secrct regulations of the Post-
OK R. '..afM office department irr. Griggs con-
J'1 demned as a wrong system. He advo-
nlriSi m NEW EOtENTIFIC pbooess.
h. Preparation. Discovered That Will
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ffff 3 1' tne sca'P Into little white nakcy, and
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Wf3El.lMjJV ft iM'cn " klnd o hair stimulants and
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jP''lSlnBl 'Til tno dlflcovory of a preparation called
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" SMOOT TRIAL MOST SENSATIONAL
AND SHOCKING CASE ON RECORD
A Washington correspondent of the
Now York Journal, writing of the
Smoot case, "ays:
Developments of the last few days
indicate that tho whole system of Mor
monlsm as well as the political status
of Mr. Smoot Is on trial In the United
"The Constitution of the United
States," said a Republican Senator,
who has listened to every word of tho
Smoot case testimony, "vouchsafes to
all Its citizens absolute freedom In re
ligious faith and in religious worship.
Men may believe whatever they like.
They may bellevo that by cutting the
throats of their fellow meu they nre
worshiping God. So long as they mere
ly believe that sort of thing, the law
can't touch them, but when they begin
the throat cutting, the law lays Its
hands on them and sends them to the
penitentiary or the gallows.
"These Mormons," he continued, "aro
no exception. We do not quarrel with
them because of their religious views,
even though wo may believe that their
views are hostile to the Government,
injurious to society and a menace to
civilization. The point at . Issue is
whether or not these men arc commit
ting crime under the cloak of religion
whether or not they are violating the
laws of tho land behind the mask of
Public men here arc awakening to a
realizing sense of tho far-reaching sig
nificance of this Investigation. Tho
feeling is strong among leaders In both
political parties that there Is radiating
from Utah an influence that Is insidi
ously assailing the social and political
structure of the Nation. Democratic
Senators have no deslro to make the
question a party one, but they will not
hesitate to do so In case the Republi
cans attempt to forco It upon them.
The repelling features of Mormonlsm,
as dlsclosod In the Smoot Investigation
the wanton violation of the laws of
God and man and the degradation of
American womanhood supplemented
as they are by the startling disclosures
made today will. In the Judgment of
many politicians here, become the over
shadowing moral Issue in the Presiden
The movement started by various na
tional associations of women through
out the Union has gained tremendous
force since the investigation began.
Revelntlon after revelation that shocks
the sense of all thinking persons has
come In swift and logical succession.
It Is little less than a drama that Is
being enacted at the Capitol a drama
that runs the whole gamut of human
The committee room of the Commit
tee on Privileges and Elections Is a
playhouse In miniature There aro exits
and entrances, and each man and each
woman members of the committee as
well as witnesses plays many parts.
There in daily attendance are repre
sentatives of the women's associations
from all parts of the Union.
Tho U. C. T. N. Is prominently in
evidence. Back of that society aro oth
er allied associations, supplying It with
cited the publication of a departmen
tal dally record and the requirement
that the rules of the department be
Mr. Townsend (Mich.) gave notice of
an amendment he would offer to the
bill to Increase the salaries of rural
free delivery carriers to $S00 a year. Ho
submitted a statement of cost to which
the carrier was put for the maintenance
of his horses and wagon. This expense
was given as $-161 for the first year and
$391 for th second year.
Mr. Cochran spoke of the growth of
abuses in tho various Government de
partments, and pointed to the fact that
Presidents had misappropriated pub
lic property In using naval vessels as
their private yachts. President Roose
velt declared he found it necessary to
have two vessels, the Mayflower and
the Sylph, the latter fitted out at an
expense of J10O.00O The papers re
ferred to them as "the President's
yacht Mayflower" and "the President's
Continuing, he said that, with these
examples before them. Is there any rea
son why the underlings and under
strappers in the departments should not
feel authorized to overstep the Bound
ary Just a little now and then? Ho
spoke of the number of carriages and
horses In use by tho Department of
Commerce and Iabor. and said said It
showed "a pretty rapid development."
In a vigorous five minutes' speech
Mr. Hughes (N. J.) upheld the right of
letter-carriers, through their members
In Congress, to ask for fair treatment
After agreeing that general debate cm
the bill be limited to five hours the
House at 5:30 adjourned until tomorrow.
PASSED IN" THE SENATE
WASHINGTON, March 15. The Sen
ate passed the fortification appropria
tion bill today after a three hours' dis
cussion of the amendment authorizing
the purchase of an experimental tor
pedo boat and tho provision for the
purchase of sites of defense works In
the Hawaiian Inlands, The torpedo
boat provision was stubbornly fought
but the amendment suggested by the
Committee on Appropriations was re
tained. Tho Hawaiian provision, which
had been elemlnated by the committee
was restored, and the sum Increased
SSioo ' m' as fixed by the Hou&c t0
GEN. WOOD HELD
OP TO CENSURE
Senator Blackburn Voices Protest
Against Confirmation of Officer
WASHINGTON. March 15.-Tho conduct
of Gen. Wood whllo ho was In Cuba serv
ing its Military Governor during .American
occupancy was hold up t0 conHitro today
jr. on cxecutlvo scsBlon of tho Senato last
ing two hours by Senator Blackburn, ono
of tho monitors of the Commltloo on Mili
tary ArfairH, who Joined in tho minority
report agahiHt tho confirmation of AVood
to be Major-General.
Tho speoch of Mr. Blackburn Is oald to
navo been ono of tho continuous flown of
oratory for which he Is famous, and.
though punctuated throughout with do
main and questions from friends of tho
nominee, was, It Is said, a well-connected
comment on tho evidence givon In tho
commltto hearings. "
He did not conclude his remarks and
will havo tho Moor at tho next oxocutlvo
Tho programme as now arranged pro.
money and supporting it with sym
pathy. Beautiful women, clear-eyed and firm
In their determination to vindicate
American womanhood, sit silent
throughout the day, tho rich oval of
their cheeks reddened now and then
with Indignation as tho apostles of
Mormonlsm disclose, with unconcealed
bravado, their unlawful practices.
In Baltimore and Philadelphia and
In New York, Boston, Chicago, New Or
leans, Denver and San Francisco the
hearts of their sister women are beat
ing in warm sympathy.
One Philadelphia woman has pledged
her fortune to tho cause A Boston
woman, a representative of one of tho
best New England families, has writ
ten that whatever needs to be done
Bhall be dono by her and her friends to
stamp out the Infamy.
Throughout one of the sessions this
week sat a richly gowned New York
matron, who listened to the pathetic
story as- it came fresh from Clara Ma
bel Kennedy's Hps tho woman who. as
a girl, becamo the plural wife of a
"That little woman's face was the
womanllest thing that my eyes havo
looked upon for years," she said. "What
a tragedy was mirrored In her eyes!
.What pathos sounded In every word she
uttered! I surely would pity the man
who could listen to that story of hers
and not feel his pulse beat faster, nnd
the blood burn more warmly In his
cheeks. I am proud that I am ono of
the protestants. I would give my Jew
els if it were necessary to save our wo
men from a fate like hers."
"I And Omearets o eooJ that I ironld not bo
without them. I was troubl&d n crcal deal with
torpid ltror and headacho. Koir Btnro taking
Cajcarcta Candy Cathartic 1 feel voir mueli better
I shall cortatnly recommend thorn to roy frlonds
aa tho belt modlrlno I havo ovnrnpon."
Anna Bazlnol, Otborn Mill No. 2, Fall Rlrcr, Mass.
Plajant, Palatablo. Potent. TaatoGood Dofiood, 1
Norer Sicken, Weaken or nrlpp. 10c. lit. 50c. f"vrr
old In. bnllc. Tho connlnn tablet nmmped O C 0. 1
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Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or N.Y. 6oi 1
ANNUAL SALE, TEH MILLION BOXES
H Li. M. Beavcn P H Murry. R
H Annlo B. Murry. 3
I Trent Successfully all Chronlo ? I
W Diseases. N
W 303 Aucrbnch Building
fj Office Tel. 112Q-Y. Res. 10S0-T. j
vldes that Senator Quarlog shall folb.w
Senator Blackburn In a speech favoring
confirmation, Senator Teller to address
tho Senate In opposition and Senator
PoraJcer to close for Gen. Wood.
If no general appropriation bills aro re
ported to tho Sonato to lake tho right of
way, It Is thought now an agreomont to
voto on tho nomination will bo reached
None of tho Interruptions of Senator
Blackburn consumed more than five min
utes. Senators Forakcr and Alger wore the
most persistent in denying statements
mado by tho speaker and some of tho pas
sages at arms proved Interesting.
NAMED FOR HIGH OFFICE
BY PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT
"WASHINGTON, March 15. Tho Pres
ident sent to the Senate the following
Secretaries of legations Henry M.
Shoemaker of Ohio, at Lisbon, Portugal ;
Nelson O'Shaughnessy, New York, at
Copenhagen, Denmark, i
Consul Lewis A. Dent. District of
Columbia, at Dawson, Yukon Territory
i Register of "Wills for tho District of
Columbia James Tanner, District of i
S3,000,000 in Japanese Gold.
NEW YORK. March 15. Gold to tho
amount of 51,753,000 was received at tho
sub-treasury by tho transfer from San
Franolsco today. This Is tho last of tho
53,000,000 Japanese gold recently ro
celved from Japan. Tho metal will bo
transhipped to London.
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NOTICE TO WATER TJSEK3.
State Engineers Office, Snlt Lako City,
Utah, Feb. 26. 1001. Notice Is hereby glveu
that Irvlnir M. Hlglcy, whose postofflco
address Is Salt Lako City, Utah, hns made
application In accordance with tho re
quirement of chapter 100 of tho Session
Laws of Utah. 1003. to approprlato elght
tenlhs (3-lOths) of a Bccond-foot of water
flowing from thrco certain springs sit
uated In lot 2. block 45. Am-acro Plat A,
Big Field survey. Salt Lako county. Utah,
which springs are tributary to tho Mill
creek branch of Jordan river. The writer
I is to be diverted by means of dams and
1 ditches Into ponds at various places on
said described lot, whero It will b used
continuously from January 1st to Decem
ber 3lst. Inclusive, of each year for do
mestic purposes and for supplying said
ponds with tho water necessary for the
spavning and propagating of fish, and
also for Hue in Irrigating said described
lot from April 1st to October 1st of each
year. This application contemplates that
wator equivalent to one-eighth (l-8tb) of
tho combined flow from tho sprlngB will
bo consumed and that tho romalnlng
soven-elghth3 (7-8ths), after having passed
through the flsh ponds of tho applicant,
will bo returned to tho natural channel
leading from said springs to Mill creek.
All protests against tho granting of said
application, stating tho reasons therefor,
must be mado in wrlMng and flled In this
offico after thirty (30) days and bo Torn
sixty (GO) days from tho dato hereof.
A F. DOREMUS. Slato Engineer.
First publication Feb. 26. lost. Mar. 2Uh.
Wedgo Extension Gold Mining company.
Location of principal place of business
Salt Lake City. Utah. Notice. There are
delinquent on the following-described
stock on account of assessment No. 4,
levied on tho 21st day of Januarv, 1W4, the
several amounts set opposite the names
of the respective shareholders, as follows;
Cert. Name. Shares. Ara't
278-M. P. Braffot 10.000 J12.C0
And In accordant with Izw and the or
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21st day of Janunry. iw, so many shares
of each parcel of said slock as may be
necessary will bo sold at tho ofllce of tho
company, room 250 Commercial Club
building. 222 South Welst Temple street
Salt Lake City. Utah, on the 22nd day of
March, 1904, at tho hour of 2 o'clock p m
to pay th delinquent assessment thereon'
together with tho cost of advertising and
expense of sale. J. x. POWERS,
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