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f , THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SATURD Y MORNING, OCTOBER 5, 1912.
El m BOOK
orkers' Officials Willi
:nl for Dynamiting.
-e Board Alleged to
Been Parlies to the
I'OLIS. Jiirl., Oct. KxtnuMs
p. green cheek hook In which .
,'c board of the International
of Bridge and Structural Iron
charged with having kepL an
noney pnld out for dynamiting
rMid at th" trial of tho do
tlie "dynamite oases" today,
.tlornny Miller told tho Jury
:cutlvc board met rngularly
laled money for the expense of
The money, he fiaid, w.'lh paid
Ipned by PreKidunt Frank M.
of tho slnhH read, "Expended
tlon purposes, $233 at Clinton,
e shown, Mr. MIIIpi- said, that
Manlfiiil was paid that sum
lon at Clinton, and that "the
11 of explosions throughout tho
carried on with tho approval
of the officials and executive
show," wild Mr. Miller, "'that
i of the Iron workers union
I and that funds "were used in
D.lvcs. McNamnra wrote to
sting" that the constitutional
r publishing the accounts in
Magazine bo suspended, that
might learn what wrnt done
iney Ryan put it up to tho
utlve board, which .sent out
ittcr onnonncnlg it was con
to sufcpond publication. This
jxccutlvo board members to
o the conspiracy, Ileforo a
called there were no explo-
5BEML Hi I
Delegates to Missionary Con
ference at Denver Stricken
With Ptomaine Poisoning.
1JK.MVEK. Oct. 4Twcnty-fivc women,
declgatcii to tho annual convontlon of the
Tc-pcka branch of the Women's Korrlcn
S'PJ woclety of the Methodist
on 'l,Wr!.re,8triluLCenJwlt,h Plc"l'C Pols
S tonight during a dinner at
Trinity church, at which 300 d!oKato
f.nnhi! '"P VJ "hurrh. Physicians arc
rw , ? to,lcc'do ,ThuL ooti wiw rcspon
alble. lor the trouble.
Those In a serious condition tonight
Arwf: iUVIM!n. AVIl,':. Deliver.
MIsk Lula Ilolmun. Toprka. Kun.
ilm ?x"n Wy-''-k. Eaton. Colo.
tVc Vm'"8'.1 lrrl Worth. rx.
Mrs. Lyjlla. Andrews. Lincoln. Neb.
mono whose condition Is the most dan
rick"" ar M,SR IIoln,a a,"J ". W?
t?th? wcnty-nve women who vr
oftoi the dessert was served. All but
dinner was provided by caterer
began." Ut 30011 an lL wan ca,,ed
if'Mli1?"! IT- ,D;,V,S , Westchester. Pa..
It would he shown. Mr. Miller said wa
one of the men -who promoted explosions
In Pennsylvania. Davis formerly was an
executive board member
L nr.iBfrrnha.,?d1, secr?,tary of a local union
at Cincinnati, was alleged to have said a.
police judge In Cincinnati liad dismissed
charges ngainnt union officials so often
that hc said. "Don't lt this bunch come
before me aguln or I'll .have to do some
thing. In the letter, Mr. Miller said. Bernhardt
asked that a "stronger be sent to Cin
cinnati to blow up the Harrison Avenue
When McManigal hesitated about blow
ing up jobs in Peoria, according to Mr.
Miller, Edward Smythe, business agent
"Don't fear. 1 have friends on the po
lice force. l'n fact 1 control the police."
The first vltnouu probably will bo heard
IS THE BIG DAY
wd our store for the boys. Such a grand, beautiful stock
iAd variety of alJ things for boys to wear Utah never saw
Jwore. Bring the boy in and make him proud of himself.
Sew clothes do it.
m The extra knobby SUITS and OVERCOATS for boys
iMjtli particular mothers, $2.50 to $15.
jm' WAISTS and SHIRTS, all designs,plain and fancy,
fj WUNDERHOSE, four pairs guaranteed to wear
Jjptliout mending in the heel, toe or sole, for four months,
BOYS' TIES, silk and knitted, 25c up.
KNITTED SUITS for the little fellows, $1.50 and
JJ COLLARS, SUSPENDERS, GARTERS.
Xadefs New Regulation Uniforms
M MEN'S SUITS AND OVERCOATS.
Vm,P tllc snappy, stylish, distinguished kinds. "The
5 clothes in the world."
I $5.00 to $45H00
0K AT OUR STOCKS BEFORE YOU BUY.
Jft Utah's Greatest Clothing Store.
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C KEARNS 3LDG.
BY FEDERIIL FORCE
Nicaraguan Rebels Lose Their
Stronghold; Inhabitants in
. n'V-' 0ct- A disrpatch re-
-lv,j bere today from Quadra. Xlca.
raguiin nilnislc-r or finance, states that the
govoiniiient forces captured the town of
The town of Masayti, capital of the
iNicaraguan province of .Masnva, is on
the railroad southwest of Managua and
a:f been held by the rebels for some
nennrlu went to Washington bv Mr.
cltzcl. the American iiilnistor to Nica
ragua, raid rpfugeoK from Manava of
German. BiUIhIi. Dutch and Italian na
tionalities had appealed to him for Im
They declared, the mlnlHtcr's roport
paid, that panic reigned, that houses hud
been sacked and tbnt a barbarous system
of concentration of the people was being
The refugees reported 4that the
people of Mana.va had been reduced to
mating horse fle:di becaus-e of tho scarcity
of food and that many women and young
children had died of Hlarvatioii. '
It way at Masoya the night or Septem
ber 10 thai rebels holding the town fired
upon a train bearing American blue
jackets and marlnen who were on their
way to open railroad communication with
Granada. Three marines were slightly
FRIK J. GOULD 10
By International News Service. ,
NlOW YORK, Oct. I. Frank J. Gould,
with his wife and her three .sisters, ar
rived from France today and both Mr.
and Mrs. Gould mado statements regard
ing Uielr plans for establishing a perma
nent residence abroad. Mr. Gould said:
"1 Intend to abandon America as a resi
dence and In future 1 shall make rny home
in France. I have disposed of all my
property In America.
am for Taft for president because
T am opposed to a third term: because I
feel that President Taft's administration
entitles him to another term and because
a change of administration would mean a
change of policy and renewed uncertain
ty, with resulting Injury to business ot all
Mrs. Gould said:
"Jn our homo In France we are going
to have the most magnificent swimming
pool on the continent. It is to bo built of
marble and will cost several hundred
thousand dollars. Wo expect It will be
completed late this winter.
Mr. Gould said that his health was tho
sole reason for Ills change of residence.
He stated emphatically that ho did not
intend to renounce tho United States as
his count rv and that his status would
bo simply 'that of an American living
abroud. The Goulds will remain here for
about three months
TROOPS CROSS THE
(Continued Prom Page Ono.)
certcd actions of tho' powers to prevent
Premier Polncaro lold his colleagues
lodav that the programme of the powers
was "to make every effort to avoid war;
to localize war if it should break out:
to assure in tho event of war the neu
trality of territorial conditions.
Premier Polncaro's proposals havo been
generally accepted by tserglus Sav.onofT,
the Russian foreign minister, and it is
expected they will bo ra tilled In London,
Berlin and Vienna. It Is understood the
proposals do not Include a categorical de
mand for the autonomy -of Macedonia,
but that they recall to the attention of
Turkey tho urgency of article XXJ1I. of
the treaty of Berlin, providing for a
largo measure of home rule.
PRIEST BLESSES THE
ST PETERSBURG. Oct. 4. )'ho de
parture from St. Petersburg tonight for
the front of tho Bulgarian officers or tho
r'-servea was tho occasion of a great blav
demonstration at tho Varsay depot.
M. Bnahnakoff. editor of the Official
Mrsxengcr. who had been deputed by
the Slavonic society to do so. addressed
an Informal meeting in the Imperial
waiting room, assuring his brother Slavs
that Russia would support thorn for weal
A Servian priest blessed the departing
soldlors and bade them expel the Tunes
from Europe and reinstate the cross upon
tho niosuue of St. Sophia In Constanti
nople. wlUch originally was a Christian
church constructed by Constant Inc tho
Great. Women brought Mowers to the
froldlors and Russian ofllcors carried
thir Bulgarian comrades to the cars,
while the crowds cheered and sang thu
Russian and Uulgarlan anthems.
General Soulchomllnoff. the Russian
minister of war, has gone to Poland to
watch tho progress of the mobilization.
Russians Aid Servia.
LONrXX. Oct. 5. Tho Dally Mall's
Belgrade correspondent says 10,000 Rus
sian volunteers are proceeding to Servia
through Stnnia and Gain is..
A dispatch to thu Dally Express from
Constantinople says the porto has de
clared ll would reject a proffer of Euro
pean Intervention for a settlement of the
Balkan ciucsllon anil would regard such
a proffer au an unfriendly act-
BERLIN-. Oct. . The German foreign
otTIco and the Inspired newspapers con
tinue pessimistic In connection with the
chances of an outhreok In tho Balkans.
This feeling Is not consonant with to
dttVs spirit on tho Bourse, where a strong
demonstration took place.
Exhortations in Vain.
LONDON. Oct. 1. The Times corre
spondent tlt Sofia, referring to mediation
by the powers, says: "It should bo un
derstood that the point has been reached
Where exhortations and counsels not only
am totally useless, but even tend'to pre
cipitate war, which all are anxious to
avoid. Unless the powers guarantee the
cvcciition of article XX11I, of tho treaty I
of Berlin, nothing can prevent war.
Everything depends upon the action of
thu powew during the next wek or ten
days, by which time the forces of the
allird states will havo been concentrated
on their frontiers."
Tho Times Belgrade correspondent
pays mobilization f the Servian army
practically is complete.
Jf vour children arc subject to at
tacks of croup, vrntch for tho first
symptom, I10ar.scne.s5. Oiv Chamber
lain s fouRh Homed v as soon as tho
child becomes hoarso and the nttack
may bo warded ofT. For salo bv all
l Toilet Articles Underpriced EARlY shoppers get best selections Parisian ivory xnii phcs and g I
a In n n ., ... (, " Cuticle Knives 25c I
g JOe Cosmo BuUernullc Sonp Go M J jfl
50c Hinds Honey Almond & Cream. 33c M M if J i 9 I'arwian Ivory Buffers. Special
1 25c Carter Pills :.i5c M M jfp 1 jlJ SI A A 1 I
25c Sanitol Face Cream 150 W W M J W JK M fm Kb"y Jlnnd,ctl BulTcrs Special.. lflc H
50c Madame Isabel 1 Face Powder! !l3c Mf mJWMmJIar Lr '' UIch IIa?r Bn,shcs at 59e I
I (This is not a mistake. 1 .. WrWrT M "iU 3 Xe;v linc oC ClliUnois I
25c Squibbs Talcum L3C gfftffjhMd Special 15c, 10c and 5c I
And lots of other items equally low. Orange Sticks at, caoh lc I H
I Another Extraordinary Sale of Silks I
I Begins Saturday Morning at 8:30 JT SSS I
We have been fortunate enough again to secure another great U, C a I I
lot 01 this season's Silks through our New York representatives Eg
r at away below regular value. All this season's newest Silks I A. J
I are included as listed below, values $1.50, $1.75 and $2.00 at yfl. i
myyx ' Satins Broche tC Pekin Surahs Messalines r I
Aorth $2.00 ODC worth $1.50 ODC Worth $1.50 ODC Worth $1.50 O&C
5 Striped Twills Epingle Silks Roman Stripe QF Chiffon Taffetas 1 H
AVorth $1.50 ODC Worth $150 , ODC Worth $1.75 ODC Worth $1.50 ODC E
I Ottoman Stripe Pompadour Satins n? Changeable Taffetas I H
I Worth $2.00 yard ODC Worth $1.75 ODC Worth $1.50 ODC ,
I AU in the Great Sale at Sixty-five Cents Per Yard i I
I Saturday Specials in Ready '-fo-WiearSPS I
JSleW Dresses New Street and CfJO 7$r I
WimyK Choice new models in one-piece street MotT CoatS & f rfX' J j
mSffi A fi dresses have arrived, consisting of beau- Shipments arriving every clay o tShA "1 1
I jfflri k lit'ul rich velvets in black, golden broAvn fresh new merchandise in our teZ2T.l H H
' vT,f IP i i , j . , coat section. Styles and fait ; AftWKx t1Il',TW Pi
i' mu:lAr ys and navy; novelty goods m mixtures, aoid :u" . . , , , W WWf f3 1
mM&ga i-S i . , , , , ' . Tabncs that appeal to all as bouele IsmAlWriV V vPj i
a fmUM broadcloth ,n imVy and black' 1ast,l' cloth, imported broadcloth, seal fMA lh i
I tffl ll Mr dimmed in applique and satin to harmon- plush, zibeliues and cheviot. . The jv WWRh) I I 1
M l p we with colors. styles are especially desirable, cut. 0ffc ty SdO ? 1
Mi Prices, $16.50 to $65.00. the seven-eight length, semi-fitted
I I ; with convertible collar or Jj Z1 Ijj
li T . Txr . . . storm collar; sonie lined through- wa M n 1
I Limn W CllStS 4 1 Q O out with excellent quality satin; WM I
j I l l I Special VP JL O others half lined. Especially yrW,m 1 H
I 111 ll Jra 'ew arrraa m waists fast coming in, in priced, $18.75.
Hi ' IsBL piel't'y styles so sl,itablo for your new " Vm T 1
M i W f iBP tailor suit. One number we are to feature White Lingerie flO QQ WM I 1
w'l ll ' Imr Jr Sa,;nrcIa.y,s scllin is l plain tailored and Voile Waists $&LrO 'WWj
fBlftl fl WaiSt mtlde C PUre irrencl1 line11 iu uu" Beautiful voile waists, hand-cm- f r vM' 1
ljjlU M I rnerous patterns, wide and narrow tucks, broidered and lace trimmed are !' v'
JL' X some soft collars, some laundered; also included in this assortment, hiirh MW 't
a 5 fclle Pcr Pan style with wide collar. laee collars and long sleeves, with y W 3
9 - All sizes, $1.98. fancy cuffs. Your choice, $2.9S. "
Dress Special F0RsiiLTAy . Hj I . I
We have selected some of our very best one-piece dresses, worth $20.00 and $22.50, made of lustrous satin 'wf; g
niessaline, Eolian cloth and imperial serges, and will place them on sale at $14.95. Every desirable color im&:L--
is included in this assortment, navy, brown, royal, taupe, Copenhagen i7id black. Some are made strictly jp jg
tailored with high waist lines and sash of self goods, others well trimmed with tlA Q H IH
lace and fancy collars of contrasting colors; sizes, 34 to 44. Special $lTTrt
j Attractive Items in Our Juvenile Dept. Saturday I
9 New Dresses and Coats for Girls A Special Boys9 Suit Sale j I
I Wool Dresses at O r O 8 line of boys' iuits comprises ff H
S r i rk 3 ari the newest; knickerbockers and iSPiffii&Uiw K
I JSa Regular $5 value wkJJ . . . f ., . JTR'SjS k
u juniors m all-wool materials, in J&ft'M
I Yl Jrettv models in wool dresses, ages 2 to 6. to be shades of tan, brown and gray, IJOfc ft $1 i
1 CftSR ph'CCd 0,1 SnIc Sa,urda'r at 3'fJ8- arndc o eod correctly made; mohair or serge V&JXM ' I
I If m quality mohair in red, navy and white, neatly ,. , " . , , , , vtf8r VSlr
1 V WV 4 i i i j r ii i -w t i , lined coats: best workmanship ht L 7T
ff tVM trimmed m wool braid, lull kilted skirt. ' . rR'H. --Jv E
p H - vIP and "nisi- These lines arc ex- S' fa ' K
t fll IP Scotch Plaid Serge Dresses elusive with us and most of them jgs. I
I j 1 Girls' dresses in black and white Scotch plaids, are made with two pair JifJ ff5--! I 1
il 1 shepard checks and serge dresses in blue and red, o trousers. Your choice tpD UU jvjfeyj'' (
1 l l bei"1ltif!'f P'Hy "J- So.ne BAMBEEGEE SUITS, a choice K' -jHj&adei S
s S I made with avkIc taney sailor collai-s, trimmed m , , P Wff Jl- I
L jfi J3 . , ., . . .... assortment; of the tamous Bam- -'ZZmF- "for B
I :J&sl braid, others the military style. The prices range , c r u r i - i . A ; SrtO11 I .
i tSr r... d..-nrt nn , ,, . 1 . , berger Suits for boys, for which' --Aal"n J&k US. I
Trom $d.00 to -Vlo.00. An excellent assortment. f tl , , , $A v! &uitf 1
m we have the exclusive sale work- W - a
1 GirlS9 CiOatS mauship you cannot duplicate Njj s&- 1
Girls- coats, ages 2 to 6, in a complete assort- "'' "ng ' HjhS" I I H
ment for fall in all new models. 0Yf &, E' BLusf s' oC I
f. r. . , (.n . ztn ehambray, sateen and khaki cloth, shown in solid colors sex m .
i rnccs'. '00 10 -um as well as stripe and figures; 65c value, Saturday 4ifC I
Girls' Cnrucnl coats, feccllont values. $6.00. 6 to M, BOYS' SILK-LINED CAPS, made of plaids and j I
I LtDCcl throughout with good quality sorgo lining, mixtures, full silk-lined; your choice. .'. WifC I i
Ihree Great Special Offers For Saturday in the Corset Department I H
1 BON TON CORSETS. iMcdium bust, mc- ROYAL WORCHESTER and Thomson D1)ABC!T1,oi:i . - r. ..II
I dium hips, made of line coutil, embroidery glove-fitting corsets, low bust, long hips, BRASSIERE made of Tine cambric, 1
g trimmed; worth $5.00, $9 yf Q two pair supporters; worth AlAA ,ua.c embroidery yoke; worth AQ t
1 for $iAQ $1.25 and $2,00, for. . $1.00 ' lV C I I
f"fof Walker's New $4.00 Button Boots I I
I WS9(S f tf-yf "d-'dt a small amount of conceit in connection with this new line of Fall Boots. They are 1 jH
I Jln UUY pr made of a grade of leather rarely seen in shoes shown at this price. The lasts arc new. No j
1 jrafft SHo seam under arch. Welt street soles. Calf facings and button stays. Allow our salesmen to J
3 HKfttL show you and explain their good points. v
KKliPim Patents, Suede, Gun Metal, Tan Russia !
IPSEM BUTTON BOOTS. Short vamps, full round toes, welt soles, Cuban heelsextra, high royal and
1 HIL "Good Shoes, Say Walker's $4.00" H
GRAY AND BROWN SUEDE BUTTON BOOTS. Lace boots for those who cannot wear but-