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1 1 2 Tim SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SATURDAY .MORyiNfi, J.AXCARY 13, 3912. - L
1 FUST GUN
Governor of Ohio Makes a.
Speech at East St. Louis and
Wishes for an, Hour of
PRESIDENT IS THE
OBJECT OF ATTACK
Chief Executive Is Bracketed
With 'James Buchanan on
Account of Veto of the
-H jAST ST. LOUIS, Jan. 12. "Oh. for
I i an hour of Andrew Jackson !"
This sloaran. fitruratlvely a wish
tor the resurrection of the tariff
and economic policies of President
.Tack?on. summarized the views of Gov
ernor Harmon of Ohio In a speech to
nlpht beforo, tho Democratic club here.
Thn occasion waa a celebration of the
100th anniversary of the battle of Nov
jfffi "Jackaon unjed a trradual reduction of
Hi tariff faxes," said the governor, "cedc-
HW dally on nocesarics, at a. time when they
fijjj were levlod mnlnlj for revenue. When
Mh recently we saw a nrcsldcnt, led arrainst
Sfl( his just inclination to slcn and nrnlse
y tariff bill, -which broke his own nnd
Hffl his Darty's promise of reform, and then,
flffi In the face of his express admission, veto
Wk n,"5 fr reductions nassed by concresa
98 under direct command of the voters of
alj I he entire country, men everywhere c.v-
jn claimed, as they did in the dav. of the
113 vaefllatlnfr Buchanan. 'Oh. for one hour
-of Andrew Jackson!"
I! Says Taxes. Farmed Out.
M r,'nw ,Cr0V?r"f:r n'cd the financial
till r,?l 2tJ,,c ,aat1lnrp nwubllenn ad-
K ministration as bavin?; Increased Hip
II . "t,a trom ono billion dollars
If Sifi? 0 eara, 0 T"ore than a billion
II dollai a year. He devoted most atten-
ff f.l0n lV'"'fvcr. to wVial ho described as
WL one of the abuses known In history"
15 '?SnRn larlJf ies 50 as 0 enable
tf favoicd manufacturers to collect, from
IS HmtJ?b 1 Vi :l n,di larger sum lhan one
fflT hlilion dollars for their own benefit.
f Acpordlncr to reliable estimates." h
9m Ll'- ror ?vcrv dollar tho government
9I receives on articles Imported the fa-
1 yored manufacturer collects J3 abovo
m the normal prices of like articles for
wm American consumers. This is in effect
S farming out the taxing power.
J Pats Self on Back.
. "N'ow we find tho business of thn en
m tire country disturbed and haltlnfr be
lli iSI1., h f SJ'stct" or favor taxes has
H brought Its certain results. Unnatural
m compotttfon was stimulated by ihc"e and
81 rMVUiIK!'eSSCdK.hy.. lhe rmation of
BX J, ?i ?nd .combinations in ord;r that
fW dividends mlpht not cease on stock which
g was the capitalization of this spcdaJ nd-
2H jantajro. Instead of cutting off the source
!9 b trcr?rn,,,ns the ,arlff tVns "ought to
MI control thc stream by forbiddinp these
IS .m,r.S n,"' con'binlons. Tho supreme
MS V. "rt 1rsl cnforccfJ 'he antl-lrust law.
M ilY2t , ha P''.OCG0,Ji- hy tlio sovernmcnt
im aplnst the. Transinlsnourl Kreisht asso-
11 Ration. Foon after It did the Same In
Iffi Uvo ?,I,,cr raNC8 "frainst tho joint traffic
association and the Addyston and other
m pipe companies. By these cases th"
I D-m?c,;aLic "ttornt-y ccncra!j office,
SRw whfch 1 had tho honor to" occupy, cleared
1 tftt ? way for the sen oral enforcement, of
JRS ! 15 ,au'- r tho sovcrnmenr had Ion In
lUn r''f, Rscs which preceded thejui. Th-re
Jim ?'rrc a.,so Pfindln? at Uio expiration of nu
ll! Mm,:i.,nve5t,pflUonR of tho hccf "'list and
jl Gronh of Trusts.
M ,'7?ut " aPPtrcd not to lc tho policy
yil nf V10, ?ccc,?'lit? administration to pro
j further against, such concerns. So
II tUf,y ?rpw nl multiplied until orie was
Rl temlnded of th. picture where primitive
QI '"overl fearfully among monsters.
11 AlV I'"? country wa:; made to believe for
II a ,l7c llat this state of things was
ii prosperity.' It is Paid that an ounce of
fll prevention is worth a pound of cure. In
PI tnls Instance It would have been worth
S ;l ton- for the Sherman law was dlstlnct-
n lv h- preventive ineaaure.
iil , "The first 3tep surely must be to re
B deem the tariff from Us por cried use and
Sm restore It to Its proper place as a rcve
WM nuc measure by gradual reductions. 30
imm that all concerned may liavr time to pre
nm rare for the change, with the chief
IjHH jausc of the trouble thus removed. 1 h--mm
',,?vc wc nna" '"nft our way safely back
MM lo "ormal conditions." !
I CONFESSES TO USING
THE MAILS TO DEFRAUD
DENVER, Colo., Jan J2. Miss l"av
Livingston': 21 ypara old. wlo la in fall
here followln- her arrest In Cheyenne,
yo., by postoffic.5 Inspectora on a
inarsc or fraudulent use of the mail.;,
today cotiffsaed to duping scores of turn
in various parte of thc country, but par
ticularly In the west, out of small auma
on her promise of Immediate marriage.
She used newspapers freely in advertis
ing for correspondents, and scores of
vouth5. middle-aged men. minister,
doctors, and particularly laborers, ac
cording to hor own aujtcments. became
her victim?. The postofflce Inspectors
found hundreds- of Incriminating letters
in her rooms at a. local hotel.
Whn she began hor operations here
he did not get her mail in this cltv,
hut had It forwardod to P.oek Springs.
Vyo., then to Choyenne. Wyo.. and tub
siquently to Columbus. Neb., Grand
Island, Neb., and to varloua small towns
In the vicinity of Denver.
I SALT LAKE IS LOCATED
ON GREAT HIGHWAY
PUEBLO, Colo., Jan. 12. The Colo
rado Good Ro?.ds association in conven
tion here todav Indorsed thc Santa !
trail 3nd Rainbow route as the official
roadway across th state as a ,art of the
proposed transcontinental hlchway. The
proposed rout runs along the Arkansas
river from the Kansaa lino lo Cunon
City and Sallda, thence across Marshall
pans to Grand Junction and Salt .Lake
.It will be recommended to the National
f?ood Roads association at Its meeting In
Washington January 15 and 17.
'B STOCKTON. Cal.. Jan. 12. J. C. Sler-
lng, former caehlcr of the- Union Safe
mw Deposit bank of this city, confessed to-
lay to having taken $15,000 of the bank's
fmu Tunds and lost It speculating In land,
f The uhortage was discovered by Cashier
i McGnwn. It had been concealed by a
I .H manipulation of totals In the savings ac-
I m counts. Sterllnr now 1b bookkeeper for
I a local, wholesale house,
Is A Constitutional Disoaso.
TL manifests Itself In local aches and
pains, Inflamed joints and stiff mus
cles. but It cannot be cured by local
Jt requires constitutional treatment,
and the best Is a course of thc great
blood purifying- and tonic medicine
svhlch corrects the acid condition of
the blood and builds up tho system.
Got It today In usual liquid form oc
fcocolated tabids called. Sarsatabs- j
mm FOR 111
Short Parting Speech Made by
Maj.-Gen. Bell Before
MANILA. Jan. 12. The United States
transport Logan left this afternoon at
2:30 with a battalion of the Fifteenth In
fantry and other details on board, on
the way to Chin Wang Tao. In northern
China. The American troops, after they
have disembarked, arc to be employed
In guarding a section of tho Pekln rail
road from Tans: Shan- to Lanchow
against the possible attack of either Im
perialists or republican troops.
The departure took place In the pres
ence of a throng- of civilians and soldiers
of other regiments, while women crowd
ed the quay, bidding tearful farewells
and wishing godspeed to the troops. No
women were allowed to accompany the
Major General J. Franklin Boll, com
mander in chief of th army of thc Phil
ippines, made a short purling speech to
the officers and men of the expedition.
General Bell urged the troops to show
pride In their American citizenship while
they were on foreign soil. The Chinese,
he said, were worthy of a square deal,
and he expected the American soldiers
to treat them In a worthy way. He
bagged the officers and men to bo very
particular In regard to courtesies and
salutes to other foreign officers, and he
Impressed on U" men the necessity ror
maintaining their reputation for cleanli
ness nnd a neat personal appearance Tn
conclusion he explained thc desirability
of maintaining the most friendly rela
tions with all foreigners with whom they
should come- In contact.
Thc loading of the transport Logan
was not completed until shortly after
midnight. . A driving rain which fell
throughout, the forenoon caused consid
erable delay. The ninety-five horses and
mules which are attached to the expedi
tion as gttn teams and draft horses were
taken on bonrd at the last minute. "Right
blsr army wagons also were shipped, as
well as an automobile truck and one or
General Bell, accompanied by his staff,
made a thorough Inspection of tho vessel
and of each man of the expedition be
fore noon. He talked for several min
utes with the assembled officers of the
regiment, giving them their final instruc
tions. Captain Peter V Davison., Fourth In
fantry, one of General Roll's aides dc
camp. Is accompanying the expedition to
Chang Wang Tao, but will return to
Manila as soon as the troops have landed.
As the vessel left the quayside tho
band of tho Fifteenth Infantry played a
selection of patriotic airs and tnero was
much waving of handkerchiefs and flags
until she was lost to view.
WINS RATE CASE
Dcoisiou of Inters! ate Commerce
Com mission Held To Be
Fair by Jury.
MKMPHIS, Tcnn.. Jan. 12. A decision
of thc interstate commerce commission
in 1908 was held lo be fair to western
railroads when a jury In the federal
court here today awarded a lumber con
cern on all shipments from southeastern
territory to thc Pacific coast during 1007
and 1008 the difference between S5 and
75 cents per hundred feet.
The case will be taken up to the su
The suit was a lest, supported, It Is
said, by thc Hardwood Lumber associ
ation, thirty-five members of which were
favorably nffcclcd when the interstate
commerce commission reduced tho -rale
on hardwood lumber from Si cents to To
cents on consignments lo Pacific coast
'I'hc- case decided today was that
brought by the Parnell-Tacnzcr , umber
company against the Southern Pacific,
Ih'i Atchison, Topoka it Santa Fe, and
others, including tho llarritnan system
In January, 1901, transcontinental liner,
advanced lumber-carrying charges from
Mississippi valley points to thc Pacific
coast from 75 cents' to S5 con Is.
Three years later Memphis firme. Joined
by certain "Wisconsin shippers, protested
to tho Interstate commerce commission,
Halting for a no-cent rate- "In J00S thc
commission reduced the rate to 75 cent;,
ordering tho railroads lo repay shippers
tho difference on shipments made after
the proleat. It wan ihls order that was
contested, resulting In tho suit decided
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COLD WAVE REACHES
THE ATLANTIC COAST
Fifty-five Mile Gale Blowing
and Blinding- Snowstorm
POOR ARE SUFFERING
Many Persons Frozen to
Death in the West, but Re
lief Is in Sight.
By Interna llonal News Service.
JNTiW YORK. Jan. 1!!. The fifty-five
mile. xalc. and blinding snowstorm thai
Is sweeping the Atlantic seaboard from
Nova Scotia to the Carollnas has brought
record low temperatures, and reports to
night show It to have shattered all win
ter records for Intense suffering and
damage throughout the eastern slates
Thc weal her forecaster srlvcs no Njpt
of relief for at least two day?. The
temperature In this elly was 5 above zero
Jn the poorer quarters of tho clly the
suffering Is Intense, and police stations,
missions and settlements were overtlow
Ing with sufferers at an early hour to
night. The department of charily states
that its requisitions for food. .clothing and
shelter today establish a .new record lor
Reports from New York stoic and Con
necticut report a cessation In the snow
fall and a railing temperature' ranging
from " to 10 above 7.1'ro.
Poor Need Relief.
Tn Boston, traffic lias been suspended
nnd large gangs arc at work clearing t'e
streets. The authorities report the tem
poral 11 iv- a 1 " above zero, a record for
thc winter, and estimate that therp are
at least .".000 of the city's poor In Imme
diate need of relief.
In Philadelphia the same conditions
prevail and the city officials siate that
if ihc snow keeps tip through the ulglH
street car and suburban traffic will have
to be suspended. The temperature in
Philadelphia tonight Is "10 above v."ro.
Baltimore reports intense suffering
anions the. poorer classes and the sus
pension or water traffic in Chesapeake
bay. which is fr07.cn solid for tho first
time in years. Wireless reports state thai
twenty vessels are anchored at ihi
mouth of Chesapeake bay unable lo Tienc
trate the twelve-Inch crust of ice. Both
street and train services ar out of com
mission and many have been Injured by
the slippery pavements.
Heavy Snow Falling.
It. is 10 above 7.cro in Washington and
a heavy snow is Htlll falling. Delivery
traffic stopped this afternoon and len
more hours of snow will t lo no the street
curs and train service. Trains are arriv
ing at the Union station two hours late.
The government weather bureau at
Washington reports the worst storm In
years on the Atlantic coast. Two vessels
arc known to bo in distress, one off Fire
Island lightship, drifting toward llar
tha'a Vineyard in a blindinc snowstorm,
and tho steamer Caroline of New York,
reported lo be on the rocks off Mat
tlnlck Island. Maine.
Ilayward. Wis., was the coldest cltv
In thc United States today. Thermome
ters there registered 49 degrees below
zero at 7 o'clock In the morning,
At Webster City, Ta.. the temperature
fell to 12 degrees below zero. At Boone.
Ia.. It was 4 below; La Crosse and
Cable. Wis.. 3D below.
Wave Passing Chicago.
By Interna llonal News Service.
CHICAGO. -Tan. 12. In a final crescen
do of cold the crest of the record-breaking
zero wave is expected lo pass over
Chicago tomorrow morning. Tomorrow
night, unless all official Indications fail,
will sec its departure and the beginning
of warmer weather.
A rapidly falling thermometer herald
ed the advance tonight of a below zero
temperature which all day hail lingered
at Chicago's gates." By midnight the tide
of frozen air had dropped the thermom
eter to 2 degrees below 7.cro. Predic
tions were thai it. would fall S degrees
further before dawn.
Boy. Badly Frozen,
By Interna llonal News Service.
L.ACnOSSI5. Wis.. .Ian. 12. With
hands frozen In the, hand ralla outside
the. vestlhulc, .lames Stratil. aged IS. of
Chicago, was round by a brakeman on a
Rurllnglon passenger train at Trevino.
Wis., today and broucrht here for treat
ment. It Is feared ho may lose both
hands and feet.
1 Straul. who had tried to beat a vide
from Hastings, had found tho weather
unendurable and al tempted to jump off,
but he was unable lo release himself.
When found, he was unconscious.
Two Deaths at Dayton, O.
By international News Service
DAYTON", O.. .Ian. 12. Thc heavy
downfall of snow was responsible for two
deaths today. Joseph Gcigcr. 55 years
old, lost In thc d?op snow, fell on tho
street, dyln twenty minutes later.
David Miller, fifi years old. dropped dead
of heart failure while endeavoring to
wado through the snow on his way to
Frozen in His Room.
By International News Service.
SPRINGFIELD, III.. .Ian. 12. Daniel
Love was found frozen lo death in his
room here today, lie. Is thc first victim
of the cold wave, which has gripped the
city for thn past week.
William Todd, a coal miner, was picked
up unconscious and almost frozen to
death at tho state, fair grounds, lie will
recover. It was thirteen below 7,ero
Found Dead in Saddle.
By International News Service.
LABNICD. Kan., Jan. 12. T. C- Bid
well, a prominent cattleman and ranch
er, fifty miles southwest of Scott City,
today wan found frozen to death in his
saddle. Mis horse, frozen stiff, was
r.tandlug. Both wore nearly buried In a
Half of Bid well's herd of 500 cattle
were frozen and tlie remainder were
weak from cold and starvation.
RELIEF IN SIGHT IN
KANSAS CITY. Mo., Jan. 12. Relief
from thc low temperatures which have
prevailed over Iowa, Nebraska. Missouri,
Kansas and Oklahoma Is In sight. Tho
locar weather observer Issued a tatement
tonight that beginning tomorrow It vjll
be warmer. It Is raining In tue north
west and the storm center Is turning this
All previous January records for this
vicinity were broken today. In Kane-tut
City the mercury stopped on Us down
ward course at 20 degrcen doIow zero.
By S o'clock tonight It had risen, how
ever, and the record at that hour was 7
decrees bolow zero.
Up to a late hour tonight no trains
had reached Kansas City from the west
In tho last twenty-four hour.
Thc Rock Inland today ran a. special
train of coal and feed from Texas Into
tho snowbound districts to relievo the
Astors Snub Society
J& J ,j& jfi
Cancel Dance; Will Sail
ASTOR'S BRIDE ENTERING HIS YACHT. j
MADELINE FORCE " AT THE NEW YORK YCHT CLUE?
STATioNeiG trowel est 5Xfeeer and north rivef -a?
Bride Will Not Make Her
Entre Among' thc "400"
By International News Service.
NEW YORK, Jan. 12. A lifting of
eyebrows and whisperings of dark
hinUs went thc rounds of the -100
today when Colonel .lolm Jacob
Astor canceled thc great dinner
dance with which 'he was to have
launched his bride, who was Miss Madc
lcnc Force, on to the crest of society,
and announced that they would sail on
January 26 on an extended trip up the
Nile In Mr. Astor's yacht.
Thc dance was scheduled for January
22 and was to have been the premier
event of the season. Why was It can
celed? And why have the Astors been
taking Utile part In the social gayctics
of Ihc present, season?
The charmed circle has not cxlendcd
tho warmest kind1 of greetings lo Mrs
Astor and Mr. Astor Is deliberately snub
bing thp charmed circle. This Is ono an
swer and tho ono accompanied by the
uplifting of eyebrows. Thc other answer
Is thai Mrs. Astor's social duties have
tired her out and she needs a rest. How
ever, as It was pointed out. today, Mrs.
Astor's social duties have not been par
ticularly arduous and besides, she Is a
splendid athlete. At any rata thc great
event has been called off and society is
BANKER MORSE TO
TRY HOT SPRINGS!
WASHINGTON. Jan. 12. Charles W. !
Morse, tho New York banker, was to
day ordered transferred from Fort Mc
Pherson. Ga.. to tho army general hos
pital. Hot Springs. Ark, President Taft
and Attorney General Wlckorsham de
cided on the transfer, bnllcvlng special !
medical treatment was necessary. Be
cause of his physical condition. Mr. Morse
icccntlv was transferred to Fort Mc-
Pherson from Atlanta penitentiary. Wnere i
he was serving tirtecn years for violation
of the banking laws.
Attorney Wlekcrsham Issued tho fol
lowing .statement regarding the transfer
of Morse from Fort McPhcrson to Hot
"By dlrootloti of Mi president, the at
torney Kcneral bus today Issued orders
for tho transfer of Charles W. Mors
from tho post hospital al Fdrt Mcpher
son. Ga.. to the army and na.vv general
hospital at Hot Springs. Ark., for treat
ment. Very urgent application has been
made to the president to pardon More
In ordr to allow Vilm to go to Carlsbad
for treatment, which. It was represented
on his behalf, was essential to hlB re
covery. "The army medical authorities have,
however, advised the president that
equally effective treatment can he fur
nished at Hot Springs. Ark., and the
prisoner ia therefore directed to be trans
ferred there, still remaining in the cus
tody of the pfMiItcntlarv authorities."
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Office hourat 8:30 a. m, to 8 p. m.
Hon. Alfred' Mosle' Hammers
American Lawyers and
Sneers at Press..
STANFORD UNIVERSITY, Cal.. Jan.
12. Pompous boards of education which
underpay school teachers arc striking nt
thc life of tho nation, according to the
Hon. Alfred Mosley. head of the English
educational commission, who spoke his
mind on the subject here today. That
public school teachers generally are
cheated out of what belongs to them, by
the men who run the schools, there Is no
doubt, according to the distinguished
"America owes her position amoncr the
nations to her svstem of free education,"
Mr. Mosley declared. "American teach
ers, however, arc grossly underpaid, and
unless salaries are raised your .'system
will fall shorl. If America falls, the
world will go back lo autocracy and ihc
Americans. Mr. Mosley said, can teach
progrcsslvcnesG to thc English, and can
well learn from them honesty in business
and a desire for equity among lawyers.
"England Is criticised for her aris
tocracy," he-said, "yc.t yon never hear of
American araft and' corruption among
English noblemen. Their family names
cannot countenance craft.
"The irlca of too many American law
yers Is to lind loopholes In thc law,
through which to defeat .nstlcr.
"Law schools must leach higher Ideals
The lawyer should be a peacemaker and
not a grafting troublo-raiscr."
Mr. Mosley does not think much of
"The typical American newspaper,
dealing In sensation nnd orlme and soci
ety rot, Is a disgrace to your country."
he said. "The typical English newspaper
give's valuable Information."
fflff BARS SflLE
OF TOBACCO SUMY
(Continued From Pago One.)
public, on thc Sabbath day. There Is no
question but that tobacco Is not neces
sary to the public welfare This law will
"Between now and next Sunday all
dealers In tobacco will be notified that
their places of business must be closed
next Sunday. There will be no excep
tions, all those who deal In tobacco must
not do business on Sunday."
Saloon proprietors have been notified
that the cigar stores In their saloons
must b elopfd ou Sunday. The sa
loon mn make tho pica that In case
their cigar stores are closed, In all fair
ness, all other cigar stores should bo
Chief Grant said last night that ac
tion in the matter of the selling of liquor
In clubs would not be taken for a few
IN THURSTON CASE
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 12. Letters in
tended to show that Mis. Ilnrrlet R.
Thurston was easily Influenced ulonn re
ligious linos wrro admitted In evidence
today In the suit brought by Mr. Thurs
ton's son, George L. Patterson, to break
th will bv which sh left 5210,000 to
Mmc. Katherine Tlngley, head of thc
Universal Brotherhood and Theonophlcal
society The letters weiv written to
Theodore II. Loak?. an architect.
The defense prevented the introduction
of a letter written by Mrs. Hastle, a
servant of Mrs. Thurston.
Bulgarians Throw Bombs.
VIENNA. Jan. 12. A band of Bul
garians throw three bombs Into a Turk
ish open-air maaa meeting nt Zellkowa.
incar Uskub. European Turkoy, killing
throo persons nnd Injuring twenty-two. I
USE! IS ARRESTED
Salt Lake Labor Leader Is Ac
cused of Conspiracy to
WILL PLEAD ON JAN. 29
Tveilinoc, Clancy and Johan
scn Also Arraigned Upon
the New True Bills.
LOS ANGELES. Cal.. Jan. 12. Olaf A.
Tvelimor. E. A. Clancy and Anton .lc
hannsen. labor loaders of San Francisco.
and J. E. Munsey of Salt Lake City, were
arrested have today on two new federal
Indictments, which charged them, with
having conspired to bring to Los An
geles the dynamite used lo blow up the
Los Angeles Times building, October 1.
HMO. whn 1yenty-one men were killed.
Other federal Indictments on wnlch the
same men were arrested two weeks acO
charged them with having violated the
Interstate commerce law bv plotting to
bring horf from the east the explosives
used by Orlle E. McManlcal In the at--empt
to destroy th Llewellyn Iron
works. December 25. 1IU0.
TV arrests, which the four men ex
neted, took place lust outside t'ne fed
eral courtroom, following their aooear
I ance in connection with the first indict
ment, which was returned December .".0,
Proi pejlngx in thft case began this
norning but amounted onlv to a motion
to defer until after the filing of a gen
eral demurrer lo the Indictment and a
motion Ifi .strik" out certain parts of it.
The formalities were accomplished laic
todav and then the four men were ar
raigned udou the two nw true bills,
which were filed with thc final report of
tin federal grand jury on January fi.
Tne time for arguing he demurrer, and
for the pceused 'abor leaders to pl.d to
thc new charges, was set for Janu
arv 20. .
The two new bills charge lhat Orlle E.
McManlgal. the McNamara' brothers,
now in San Quentln penitentiary; David
Caplan and Milton A. Schmidt wre fel
low conspirators of the accused labor
There were four counts In each of the
ivn new indictments. Bonds fixed at
?2000 for each of the four defendants
Thc new bills set forth that McMani
cal had traveled from Riverside, Cal.. to
Los Anceles In Docember. 1910. as part
of an Interstate trip from Chicago, and
had carried with him ten quarts of nitro
glycerine; that .1. B. McNamara, now
serving a life term in San Quentln, had
come here August 1. 1310. and remained
some time In furtherance of thc alleged
conspiracy; and lhat McNamara. brought
sixteen sticks of dynamite from San
Francisco to Los Angeles. September 2!),
1910. two days before the Los Angeles
Times building was destroyed.
Another allegation, not contained In
tho previous Indictment, was that Mun
sey, in furtherance of the alleged con
spiracy, had made a trip from Salt Like
City to "Los Angeles In November. 1910.
The letter Clancy was alleged to have
written from this clly lo J. J. McNama.ra
at Indianapolis, asking that Joseph
Hockln, a labor leader of that city, be
sent to help the striking Ironworkers of
Los Angeles, also was Incorporated in
the new bills
MIL11IE FOR J
m cms capers
(Continued From Pago One.)
and so the first meal at the Waldorf
was, of necessity, a hasty affair.
"Faith." .said McDc.vitt. scanning the
menu thai the waiter presented to .him.
"I'm an American, an Irish-American. 1
can't rend Latin and Greek. But I'll give
you ?I0 for an egg."
A huge platter of scrambled eggs was
placed before him and. to the keen '-n-joymeut.
of scores of nearby diners. Mc
Dcvltl demolished it in live minutes.
Then he pushed his chair back and
slipped the waiter fn.
"A man of your education ought to be
a college president." he told Ihc r-ervilor.
"Tomorrow I'll give you $10 If I've got
It left. Otherwise I'll aHk you to lend me
a dime to gel back home on."
Bet ween llie ucls nt the theater Mc
Dovllt presented George Cohan with a.
Yankee DooiHe baton made of coal with
huge sulphur diamonds sprinkled upon
its surface. Later he was tho guest of
Cohan at a supper party which lasted
until almost daylight.
GIN FOR THE ICIDNEYS
Gin Is one of the oldest known reme
dies for kidney and bladder troubles,
especially when used in the following
formula; "Six ounces good pure gin;
hair ounce Murax compound." Any drug
gist can supply or mix these ingredients.
Shako well each lime and tako In doses
of one lo two teaspoonfuls after meals
and at bed time.
This Is the most effective remedy
known for the quick relief of kidney and
bladder disorders. Such symptoms as
backache, frequent or highly colored
urine, rheumatic pains In the groin ought
to li.ave prompt attention to prevent
Bright'? disease or diabetes.
SEARCH FOR REAGAN f f
IS STILL 1 ii
Mystery Surrounding Disapf U
pcarance of Well-Known j!;ln
Man Grows Deeper. I H
vvil'n an unsuccessful senp-h by ihfc tioLlei
lice snul friend of thc missing man. tljjXjgdfi'
mystery surrounding l he difiuncftraiiVLia1
Of Charles M. Keagan. former y.ilojjjiotlj
man. 102 North- Main street, v. ho rft lirBjjd
home Tuesday morning in a denirntBft1
condition, only lendcil 10 de. pen
The f-laln of the cane is tlituall) (lW
same as ll was the day of Ins dljanionjBfJ
ance. Ills wife, friends .md aHonahMr
physicians believe innl he was too weHfCtH
lo walk any distance. Into H e bills MKcf
over the waste west of Hie cltv lmw,tn
eoidd not have left Sail Lake bv IrnlnWkr
because he hud no mono v. and had luBvj
Ion Ii would have been reported con'9117
slderlng his condition. Ever roomin'jfc't1
house and hotel in the riiv has hccimjji I
searched by Hie police. $L
Or the scores or theories ndaKcd h?L,
friends of Reagan and those InteiesffWi"
In the case, none has borne fi-uit. H vnafctO
reported that Reagnn had In Ms poclteivji
miianie mining atocics. and rrom an-
other source that he owned l.-uuls x.t,'.
W endover, New, widen wrr valuabla
and which certain interests were anxloija ' v
to obtain. w ,t
Mr3. Reagan denies both these 1 imorT J
She says that all be had of alur when! 15,
he left home was a watch and c harm:- !f
valued at about 5120.
Mrs. Reagan s;ald last night mat thrift
only subject In which ner husband was A
Interested was In obtaining new shoes m
for t his right foot, a portion of whkhts
he josi In a street car accident two "ears; $
ago. She said that he ha often wished'
he might go to Denvev 0r f'bhago. wherej itf
these .shoes are made that ne might gi i
what he wanted.
W. c. Van Bergen, an ad ertl.sing man',?
who was arrested Thursday night on iliJ
suspicion that he might know more nM
Reagan's disappearance lhan he told. '.yh'A?
released yesterday afternoon WL
II was reported to the police 1.ne hxmP
night that a man answering Rt avnn'jfl.1
description registered at the Navarre hozmi
tcl, 100 Wesl Third South street. n ahoutm
7 o'clock last night. The pohre went In'B
this rooming house. II. O llnopea. liiWj
proprl-tor. said that be had heard tliiM?
man suspected of being Reagan In ItlgV
room as late as 11:30 o'clock At 12.ijB:
o'clock 1 he police entered the room wlthfcBi
a pass key. Tho electric light was btirn-ail
lng. bin the room was empiv. - oneaM
had seen the occupant )eue. W
Hoopes said that the mysterious MranSw
: ger had told him that he did not wlsliSJl
to be disturbed by anyhoriv.
TO SHERWOOD BILLS
WASHINGTON. J"- 12. When thefl
senate commute on pensions meet? Mon-11
day to consider the Sherwood general sm
service pension bill, '''hairpian McOum- $3
ber will ask the committee to substitute
a bill thai li has introduced which un-Jf-S
dertakoF to grant increased pension hyfM
amending the present law so as to makeH
additions both on account of age andSM
sen ice. vB
Estimates place the Increased cost iui-W
dei- the McOumber bill at .W.Ol'MnaM
annually, or an average of 52 per lnan.M
Senator Curtis of Kansas, a memb" ofArl
tile committee, will also offer a 5ub!il-M
tute to the Sherwood hill, material! re-l
duclng, Its figures. fM
Verdict for Defendant. m
CINCINNATI. O.. .'an U A Jurv lnfi
the case of the E. O. Shelby Tobarc-iVl
company for damages against the BurleyfJ
Tobacco society brought In a verdict '"-JS
nlghl In favor of the defendant, slat-wl
lng that the plaintiff had not, been dant-tj
aged by thc sale of certain lots of to-11
French Aviator Killed. I
PARIS. Jan. 12 -The French avialor.X
Ruchonnet, waa killed today while land-f
lng In his monoplane at SenMs, about;
thirty-two miles from rails A faljIj
maneuver with 'he levers rauseri tliefi
aeronln'i 'o traph to the ground.
I If the newspapers didn't I
I charge so much for space
I we would illustrate the Ply-
I mouth tableware, but only IS
I the very rich ca. use over 14
I four inches of space in a Salt
Lake newspaper at any one
time and have enough left i
for a meal ticket. Come in 1 j
and SE3 tho Plymouth. It's J
worth a special trip.
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