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. THE SALT LAKE TRIB UNE- THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 3, 1912. 7 H
III KS LONG
M jn ihe Dynamite Case
Be Compelled to Listen
M for Several Days.
' IBelve men in the box
Jm 0f Weeding- Out -May
5Completcd Some Time
Jm Today or Friday,
.HnS4P0LTS 0ct- 2. Thirty
Wwvemen had beon excused and
jenained in the box still under
Ltlon at the conclusion of to
filiation for the selection of
S'io try the forty-sir uion ac
v tie governmont of complicity
thought the jury might be
S tomorrow or Friday. The
Vtie defendants, leaded by
'ir Evan, president of the In
l issociatlon of Bridge and
5JT Iron Workers, and Including
Effieiels of that union, together
inters of two other unions, then
kti Attorney Miller will open
m for the government. Hib
.Ee eiatement, already prepared.
goo typewritten pages and will
:Ka( nonnd upon which tho prose
'K iatlndB by testimony to sustain
mu&i iat dynamite conspi
'Kantinued for fiyo or six years;
sH'oHig E. JIcManigal 's confession
'irfo?in a "dynamiting crew," is
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BoaP (35c,) and Cutlcura Olnt
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fHNjJMflJ, 8axndent, Liberal uatnpla
JTLm"' wlth 33"P- BJdn Book. Ad
wWS1 0uUcn. Dept. T, Bmrtoni
iCed men hould uwj Cutlcura
'mi Stick. 25c. 'Samplafre
Salts, Calomel and Cathartic Pilla Act
011 Bowela as Pepper Acts
. Take a Caucaret touicht and thor
oughly cleanae your Iivor, Stomach,
and Bo-jvels, and you will surely feol
Kroat by morning. You men and
women who havo headachos, coated
tongue, (lan't sleop, aro biliouB, ner
vous and upset, bothered with a sick,
cassy. disordered stomach, or have
backache and feel all vrorn out.
Aro you keeping your bowels clean
vrrfch Caacarets or merely forcing a
passageway every few days with
snltH, cathartic pills or castor oil?
This is important.
Caacarets immediately cleanse and
roRulato the stomach, remove the
bout, undigested and fcrmontinp: food
and foul cases; take tho excess bile
from tho liver and carry off .the con
stipated waste matter and poison
from the intestines and bowels.
Romombex, a CascaTet tonight will
straighten you out by morning. A
10-cont bos from your drugpisfc meaaa
healthy bowel action; a clear head
and oheerfulnr.sfi for months. 3on't
forget the children.
corroborated by persons from many
sections of tho country; that the Mu
Namaras were not alono in. financing
and arrangingf for a widespread Bystom
of blowing up tho works of employers
of non-union labor.
The reading of tho government's
opening statement will occupy several
days. The defense haB not yet indi
cated whether it will present an open
Many Had Convictions.
Most of the veniremen were excused
today because- they aaid they had con
victions that the defendants were
guilty which it would take evidence to
JTrank Sntton, a f armor, said he never
had heard of the dynamiting cases or
of the trial of the McNamarao at Los
''But since I came here and listened
to what has been said, 1 may say,
while I have no prejudice against labor
unions, I am opposed to violence."
"But you don't think labor unions
are organized to promote violence, do
vou?" asked. Senator Kern for the de
fense. Sutton answered, he did not.
Joseph A. Spaugh said he had " de
cided views against labor unions dic
tating to employers whom should be
At ono point Senator Korn objected
to a question by Mr. Miller 33 to
whether a prospective juror had fear
for lia personal safety in earring sa
AGENTS KEEP THE
LAWYERS POSTED .
rNDLN'APOITS, Ini, Oct. 2. A
staff of government agonts scattered 1
from Boston to Los Angeles, it wan
learned today, alrea-dy is at work seek
ing the witnesses who are to appear
for the prosecution in tho trial of the 1
men accniBod of complicity in tho "dy
To keep the authorities informed of
the whorea-bouts of the persons who will
be oalled, a half dozen agents now are
employed, regularly in an office adjacent
to that of Bistrict Attorney Charles W.
Miller. In some cases, telegraphic in
structions are sent, and a checking up
system is maintained for witnesses who
change their residences.
One by one, when once the trial bo
gins, a large crowd is to bo seated in
the witness box. Train conductors and
station checkmon, who were roported to
bave handled baggage containing explo
sives: boarding house keeperB in various
localities wnd rented rooms in Which,
Elots were said to have been laid for
lowing up bridges, viaducts and build
ings; renters of barns and empty houses
where nitroglycerin and dynamite were
hidden; store oniarrymen who sold fuses
and explosives, jewelers who sold
alarm clocks and others in higher and
lower stations are to bo drawn into a
great body of witnesses by whom tho
government expects to prove a conspira
oy in which at "least forty-six men other
than tho McNamaraa were equally
The fragmentary evidence of all those
people, the government contends, will
fit in a complete story. m '
The work of summoning the wit
nesses, extending over longor time and
vaster territory, will be greater than
that wnicn tne goveiuiuouu auuju.
plished last February, when at a tele-1
graphed signal almost all the prcsont
defendants were arreatcd within a f ew
hours, " ,
It is understood that the witnesses
from the most remote sections are to
be called first. Many aro to corao from
the Pacific coast; some of these were
familiar with the reBults of the explo
sions at Lob Angeles, and with the ac
tivitios of soma off tho defendants In
Snlt Lake City, whore Tnies B. Mc
Namara in said by Ortie B. MeManJaal
to bave hidden after blowing up the
Loa Angeles Times bu)ldmg. Miller
has indicated that he intends to expe
dite the trial, anol Judge Albert B. An
demon has extended the h outs of tho
daily sessions to crowd as n"h work
within a given time as possible.
MONEY AND DEATH RATE
INDIANAPOLIS. Oct 3j-"Out of bo mo
1 noo.000 deaths annually In Lite pn',tQS
Statoo at least 630,000 are preventable,
ieotero : Profcsflor Irving Ffaher oC Tole
university, in Wh address before tho
fourth National Conservation congress
kn'thaiast analysts the wax again Bt
preventable dleeaso Is a strurole botwocn
the dollar and the death rate. B- a
Rfttonhoune of New York, paid.
TASHING-'.rON, OcL 3. Second lieu
tenant .Tames b! Hill. ThlrteentH cav
alry; will ropprt to the commandlns offi
cer at Fortluiey. Kan., poet for duty at
the Bchool for bakoro and coolis, mounted
OrdorsStomber 21 Mwting Captain
WtOter F. Martin, Nlntheavaliy. to Join
lila reKtmont aro amended bo ob to dJreot
Captain Martin to remain on duty with
the Sooond cavalr.
The name of Captatn Walter H. John
son. Twonty-flfth Infantry. 1b plooed on
tho list of detached offlcorB. effectlvo No
vember 1, and the num. of Captain Wil
liam M. Fiissett, Infantry, Is removed
thorefrom, efTcctlvo Oclcbur 21.
1 Captain William M. Fassntt. Infantry,
la re levod from duty wltb tho oianlxed
mllltla of Mississippi and U attached to
?h- Ninth infantry, ertt'ctlvo .November 1.
FlSt Lieutenant John B. BarnoH. OTfth
infantry. Is relieved from duty no tarooc.
tor instructor of tho organized mllltla
ot Vorntont, offentlve October IB, and will
JOChaplalnWallace H. Walt, lu aliened
to tho Ninth Infantry
G Down t the Re - Opened I
t Bargaii Basememfc mi Safe Some Moie y I
Re- Opened and Re-Stocked, with Brand New Goods, it is a I
$ Most Extraordinary Center of Interest. K I
$k THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SALE IN THE BARGAIN BASEMENT j4 I
Bargain Basement Linens
It is our intention to open a '
nl in (r"'er price Linen Department in the Bargain Seo
tion of our new store. Consequently we purchased
nwfJ Scarfs for dresser or sideboard; they
are made from fine highly mercerired damask; have hem-
sfvt stitched ends; are full 18x54. inches, and the prettiest pat-
Im IB terns we hav ever shown. Sell all over for '0c each; our
mjH price, 29o each.
)jf A '11 Linen Napkins Here is an unu-
jVoV sual opportunity; an all linen napkin, full bloached, Irish
drftg linen; 200 dozen of them that were purchased to sell for
lyj $1.50 dozen; 51I.IO dozen.
T Breakfast Sets Note this item, a 5 6x
Jjfryto 56-inch cloth and ha-lf dozen napkins in a set. come in
Hi an rln aD( uet au5 hlto grounds with the colored bor
dors; were $1.50 a set; Teducod to 98c set.
i Bath. Mats A heavy Turkish mat in
the block tile effect, in two shades of blue and pink; for-
jvUD merly 59o each; SDo oach,
Huck Towels with red borders, pure
Knito white, closely woven huck; these towels soli elsewhere at
Jr lc 7c each; our reduced price is oc each.
M A New Departure-Silks and
;T T)rffss Goods in Bargain Basement
We ask you to go downstairs
jJfe a.ud inspect these new silks and dress
8m goods. It "will do yon good to note the
qualities, the varieties d the 'prices,
. POPLINS and PONGEES
18-inch Poplins, in all of, the
ijWk staple shades, 27-inch, natural color pongee.
Mm iValues, 50c yard. Basement Price, 33c yard.
)T PLAIN and FANCY SILKS
Mm 19-inch plain and fancy silks,
in handsome hair line stripes, Jacquard effects,
jrfb, and pin chocks ; also heavy corded weaves ; very
wlm desirable for waists, dresses and trimmings.
i Values, 6dc and 75c yard. Basement Price, 39c
TO BLACK SILKS
ye 35 inches wide, high grade
SiMl hlaok silks, messaline and chiffon taffeta ; good
quality, perfect black $1.25 quality. Basement
? ' Price, 79c yard.
MP MESS JUNES and SATIN DUCHESSE
50 pieces of 24-inch' messa-
ItjIk lines and 26-inoh satins, soft and lustrous silks,
SrP on sale at 59c yard. These silks are greatly in
? vogue at present. Every good shade in light
jWife and dark oolor and also black. Values, 85c,
wP Basement Price, 59c yard.
8 36 inches wide, in light and
dark shades, esceptional value at; 20c. Base-
Mfytb ment price, 15c yard,
XT DRESS GOODS
gfe 35 pieces of seasonable dress
lJTp' goods in a great variety of stripes, checks and
diagonal weaves; new fall effects; esact copies
iMih of the high priced materials 38 inches wide;
aMJJj 65o quality. Bargain Basement, 45c yard.
JL SCOTCH PLAIDS
Wp 36-inch Scotch plaids .in bright
and dark colors; just the thing for children's
Jim dresses. Value, 35o. Basement Price, 22Vc
fflm 24 inches wide, all wool, Base-
mont Price, 25c yard,
j CASHMERES -
)T 36-inch English cashmere, in
WtW) a complete line of shades. Basement Price,
Wfl 25c yard.
X SHEPHERD CHECKS
Mffi 36 inches wide, half wool.
White and black, white and 'brown, white and
jjjjj blue. Basement Prion, 25c and 33c yard.
Some new departments op
ened. s Goods marked at a price
so compelling that the values
will he spoken of to friends.
Everything in the Bargain
Basement, during our Removal and Pinal
Sale, was practically sold out hardly a
Now it is enlarged to
double the former size; it has beeno. re
stocked with new goods' that which was
bought for the enlarged Bargain Basement -in
the new store.
We planned to make a
greater Bargain Basement in the new
store. Delays changed those plans.
We are now carrying out
the new store Bargain. Basement plans in a
xnodified way in this store.
Not that the present re
opened Bargain Basement is anything like
no Tii or nv ac af tra Mrix s -if Tiri!! Vo in fTi
new store but it is lots larger than for
merly certainly of sufficient size to im
press you to make 3'ou cognizant of un
precedented values for the prices are to
pave the way for popularity at the new
store prices which we are pinning our
So come Thursday and Fri
day and Saturday while things
are so cheap.
We shall attempt no elab
oration of the extra good values merely
pick out a few as an index.
These prices being a cri
terion of what you may look for later at
the new store, you maj safely expect out
I of-the-ordinary inducements.
Bargain Basement Domestics
Owing to the unavoidable de
lay in getting into our new store we have
had to open our Bargain Domestic .De
partment. You well remember the good
things we did formerly in this section.
The Bargains Are Bigger, Better Than Ever
Before and the Goods Brand New
Apron Checks, standard staples in all
size chocks, in blues, a largo assortment that were 7c
yard for Co yard.
Calicoes, equal in quality to the best;
come in shirting designs, shepherd checks, indiRo blues,
Calcutta blues, reds, grays and black and white; in fact,
a 'Cull range that are worth 7 yard; reduced to 5Vac yard.
Ginghams Good heavy, closely wov
en cTadc in plain colors, chocks, plaids, slripos, a range of
125 pieces that were formerly IL'lac a yard for 10c yard.
Hiplette, the new name for those
good old fashioned seersuckers that arc so serviceable for
house drosses and children's wear; require no ironing: for
merly sold for 38c yard; 12Vc yard.
Poplins A fine, lustrous weighty
quality, in such desirable shades as light blue, medium blue,
Copenhagen, navy blue, giccu, tan, brown, helio; also
white; sells clscwhcro for 20c yard; our price 15c yard.
Kara Toupees This cloth is half silk
and half cotton: it looks like all silk, so lustrous; rough
weave; all shades for oithcr evening or street wear; for
mer prico was 2oc a yard; our basement price is 15c yard.
Outing Flannels -We do not hesitate
whon we say that, this is tho bost outing flannel you over
purchased for the price; the assortment is large: a fulK
fine, not an odd lot of undesirable patterns? usually sells
f or 'lOc a yard; Sl-3c yard.
Baby Blankets Heavy cotton car
riage blankets, 30x40 inches; coma in pink, blue, tan and
gray; each one boxed; former prico 45c oach; reduced price
CO "RJSET S In the Bargain Basement
The corset section in the Bargain
Basement is now in readinew for business. We are
showing a very strong line of corsets m the latest,
long, straight styles; models to fit all figures, at 3Se,
48c, 59c and 79c
if f f f
Underwear and Hosiery for jb I
Women in Bargain Basement H
Prices Way Down JflB H
WOMEN'S UNDERWEAR y?
Women's cotton union suits, high Hffi H
neck, long sleeves, ankle length, and high neck, snort g
sleeve, knee length; worth. $1.00; special, 79c.
Women's fleece lined union suits, high H
neck, long sleeves, ankle length, and low neck, Jbaw fmj
alceve, ankle length; worth $1.00; special, 69c. 5
Women's fine ribbed union suits, j5k H
high neok. long sleeves, ankle length; low neck, elbow IjHj
sleev, ankle length, and low neck, sleeveless; -worth JW'
41.00; speial, 68e.
Women's cream and gray fleece lined wm H
union Buit. high neck, long sleeve, ankle length; -worth jmJj H
. 95c; special, 49c. $
Women's fine ribbed cotton union jS H
suits, high neck, kmg alficve, ankl length; worth 85c; ttltttf H
special, 48c. -at IH
Women's cream color, fleece lined H
union suits. Hgh neck, long sleeve, ankle length; worth JM
76a; special, S9e. IhjSJ Hfl
Women's silk and wool vests, high, H
neck, long sleeve; worth $1.00; special, 59c Yb
Women's fleece lined, high neck, long Mra H
sl&ere vests and ankle length pants: worth 50c; Epe S
Women's fleece lined, high neck, long mm H
sleeve tcs4s and aakls length, pants; worth 50c; spe- SiUV
oial, ZSt each. j
Women's fleece lined, high neck, long dm H
sleeve vwrt and anile length pants; worth 40 o; ?pe-
CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR H
Children's fleece lined union suits, KwP
high neck, long sleere, ankle length; worth 75o; spe-
ciai, -i9c. mm
Children's cotton union suits, high Jv(m H
neck, long sleeve, ankle length; worth 75c; special, 49c. j,
Children's high neck, long sleeve, jv H
wool vests and ankle length pants; -worth $1.00; spa- fr
Children's black cotton pants, worth t
33c; special, 25o. Iflia
Boys' fleece lined; union suits, high
nock, long sleeves, ankle length; worth 75c: special, 48c. ys
Boys2 fleece lined shirts and drawers, Wife
worth 35c; special, 24c each. r
Women's black wool hose, seamless, ?
worth 25c; our Basement price, 19c pair. jnfln
Women's black silk boot hose, lisle
foot; worth 39c; our Basement price, 29c pair.
CHILDREN'S HOSE Wfe H
Children's black wool hose, gray heel r
and toe; eize 5 to 9; worth 25c; special, 19c pair. n?IK
Infants' cashmere hose, black ,and JfQB
colors, sine 4 to 6; worth 25c; special, 15c pair.
Children's black fleece lined hose, size jl
6 to 9; worth 25c; special. 15c. mllH !
Children's black, fine ribbed cotton r
hose, sold elsewhere at 19c; our price, 1244e, or two
Boys' heavy ribbed cotton hose, worth RHP 1
23c; our Basement price, 15e. IH
Boys' fine ribbed cotton hose, else-
where 19c; our price, lc, or two for 25o. WajD
Infants' colored cotton hose, worth jf
25c, for 15c a pair. Imfe !
Children's silk lisle hose, black only, WB
worth 25c, for 15e pair.
Children's fine ribbed black cotton mm
hosi', worth 15c; our basement price, 10a pair. Jwp
Women's black-cotton hose, seamless, IT
worth loc; our Basement price, 'J0c pair. iWlfe 1
Women's black silk lisle and cotton Km
ho6C, worth 26c; our Basement price, 15e pair.
Women's fleece lined hose, hem top jmfe
and ribbed top, worth 19o; our Bnsemont price, loc pair. JUfJ I
Women's fleece lined hose, seamless,
RIBBONS BASEMENT UAlE
The ribbon" values in our Bar-
gain baeeinont are positively graater than we ? H
ever offered before. Satin taffeta ribbons, sold iMlBt ll
elsewhere for 8c and 10c a yard, for 5c a yard. KIHf j
A full line of colors. f W 1
Satin taffeta ribbons, sold else- ?
where for 12c. 15c and 18c a yard, for 10c a yard. (m H
A full lino of colors. nJjD I H
Satin taffeta, plain taffeta or s
moiro ribbons, sold elsewhere for 20c, 25c and k 1
30c, for 15c. A full line of color?. JMIB
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