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H 2 THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SATURDAY MORN'ING, OCTOBER 12, 1912, .
I TESTIFIES HE
Witness in Rosenthal Murder
Trial Gives First Testimony
Implicating- Police Lieu
tenant in the Crime.
Tk tKW YORK. Oct. 11. The first
testimony implicating Charles
Becker in the murder of TTcrman
Ko?etitlml, wns given at today's
.'o.'sion of the trial of. llio former po
lice officer, nci-used of instigating the
murder of the gambler.
It was testified by Muriec Luban, a
hanger-on of the underworld thai Beck
er had taid u Jade l?oso about thrco
necks before the murder, "I that
- Rosenthal is not croaked, I will
croak him myself."
Luban. who was an eye-witness of
the murder, identified in court today
"Ovp t he Blood' and "Lofty Louie"
as two of the men who fired tho shots
that killed Rosenthal, and William
Shapiro a? driver of tho murder car
Tie alfo j-aid that "Dago Frank" like
wise an ai'qimintnneo was in tho group
when the slwus were fired.
Witness Found in Jail.
L-ibwn was discovered by District
Attorney Whitman a day or two ago.
lie was found with his 'brother Jacob
in jail in Newark, N .1., on a forgery
charge, which (he brothers claimed lo
Imp been "framed up" by somebody.
The Xetv York prosecutor procured their
rele.'if-n on parole and, according to
Maurice, the witness, promised to uclp
them mi every way if they would prove
Luban said hi beard Becker uttor
his aJJeged dea fh threat against Rosen
thal in rho sionjy room of tho Lafay
ette balhp and that ho stood within two
or Hirer fret of the police officer at
I Identifies Gunmen.
Luban 's identification of tho gunmen
was made without hesitation. When
thev were hrought for his inspection it
was their third appearance in tho
rourt room during too day. Giovanni
Ptanich, another oyc-witnees, had pre
viously identified "While'v" Lewis
and they had been lined up also be
fore Thomas Ryan, a chauffeur who
declined in a frightened wanner to
ldcntuy any of them, although he. (oo,
had seen the murder.
The gunmen on their third appear
ance mado a protest. "Wo don't ob
.loot to being identified but wc think
wo ought to have a chance like everv
body else to be lined up with more
mou," said "Loftv Louie." "We
want this thing cleared up, but we want
a square deal."
Attorney rcTntjTe, for the defense,
dwelt long on the fact that Luban had
been m nail on a forgery chargo, and
in other ways attneked the character
of the witness.
I COPPER MARKET
IS DOING WELL
Daniel C4uggcnheim Tsikcs Iiosy
View of the Situation Regard
ing Red jMcl.nl.
Special to Tho Tribune.
LONDON, Oct. .11. Daniel Guggen
heim, tho smelting king, takoa a rosy
view of tho copper situation.
"The copper market, is doing well;"
ho slid today. "All T can say is that
everybody connected with thc ljusiness
is auA-ioiw not to sell the metal, but
I to provdnt. a runaway market."
Talking on general business condi
tions in the United Slates, ho said:
"Business is booming and will Cct bet
ter. "Wo have had gTont crops and tho
consumption of merchandise, is simply
enormous. Th0 war in the Balkans
is not goinc to affect us. I believe this
war itself js not such ;v bad thing.
8 Tho powers, by lotting the several Bal-
kan states tako actioo, havo taken
I "t cour-o possible. After thev
have been at it a few months the pow
er will rloan up tho wholo affair and.
thnn tho peace of Europe and tho world
win be more sccuro than ever. Had
the powers interfered now it would
simply have postponed the cleaning un
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?ouCh -Remedy as soon as tho
child becomes hoarse and tho attack
mav bo warded off. For snle by all
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regularly in tho Savings Dc
I partmcnt of this company
1 you aro buildtng a fund that
jHj v;lll later on be of inostima
bio vahio to vu as a protcc
Hfl tion against adversities and
as an assistance in attaining
Hj business or financial success.
Wo invito deposits of $1.00
Bj SALT IiAKE SECUBITY &
32 Main St.
Banquet at Commercial Club Given by Utah Educators to Executive Committee of N. E. A.
&.ix ' wife ' 1
I E. A COIEH
ASSURED FPU Zl
(Continued Prom Pago One.)
Mark C. Drown J. Vrrfi Anilereon
Mri". John Coombs Mm. K. "IV. Fraier
GforRO A. Kalon I). W, pArraU ;
Mrs. W. D. Pro.'urr Mir. C. I DousUs
.1. P. Judtl l N. Poulnon
trt. Ir. D. Trvli F.lliabith Bond
A. B. ICesIrr S N. ICarrlck
Charlotte Strvrart Mr. S. i:. Karrlelc
Nettln Jtrailford fi. Snow Olbbn
Bohert II. nrailfnrrt Mrs. K A. Follan'l. .
Mrs. Jofcjili I!. Caltic" Horace If. Cu'mrhlnc.i
J. J. McClcIIan Mrs. Ulllo Cuinmlncs
Mrs. W- W. ArmstronK Mrs. J. J. McCloll.m
G.- N Clillrt I. D: Trxvlji
Jonepli H. Caln l'aullno While
Shnw N. While. Santa J. lco Kalrbunks
l'e, N". M., (stipcrln- Anna L. Corbntt
tcnclent of public In- V. T. Colllna
structlon oi KowW. C. Bridford
Meslco Mr?. D. S. Sponrtr
MarRnrol McVlch1.J. T. Worlton
prceldcnt I. A. S. I.. KM A. FolUnd
B. T. Fnirclilld. nrcai-l Snrah K. Stowart
dent If. U. A. K. IV. Frawr
D. 11. Clirjjtcutcn Ij. Vcmo M. Olbb
D. W. Sprlngtjr, ccre- ti. R. Coomba
tarr If. E. A. Kllrabetli V. FTtts
Mary Renter IJaaeom 11. B. rolsom
D. S. Spencer Mm. L. M. Glllllan
Mrs. D. II. Cbrlntcncon J. Chnllen Smith
A. C. Ifelnon .Mrs. J. T. Klntcsbury
I'rnlyn Ilcllly Frances Qualtrouch
F. S. Batconi Oncar Van Cott
Gracn 11 Frost Mrs. II. J. Slenrn
Mr. C5. .V. Child W. D. Prosr.er
Fred D. Ktelcr I. M. Qualtrouch
Mary Dyar,t .lohn H. Coomtit
.1. E. MeKnlsht Mrs. D. W. rarratt
Mra. J. Fred Anderson William S. Kawllncs
W. M Slov.art , Mra. I), n. Coomba
Mra. Mark C. Brown I.. M. Cllllllan
Dr. P. I. DotiKlan .1. W. Hyde
Joicpulno CbMnibera Mra. J. W. Hyd
W. S. "Wallacn W. S. Sloan
Myrtlo A. Hcllly Mrs. W. J. .Sloan
K. II. II. Scott Mrs. K. a Schmidt
Mrs. V. D. Keelcr K. C. Schmidt
.1 T. Klnpsbury
Utah Extends Welcome.
Superintendent Chrifitenaen was toast
master at the banquet last night and
reversed the ordinary routine of ban
quets by giving an address of welcome
before the elaborate menu was served.
.Mr. Chrlstensen welcomed tho visitors
In tho name of the tcachera, the princi
pals, tho supervisors of Schools, members
of school hourris nnd educators and edu
cational Institutions of Utah anil Salt
Lako. He said that the education asso
ciation represented an organization of
equal Importance with any other In this
or any country,
Tho iipcaker Jald with referenco to
accommodations for tho prospective visit
ing teachers that a canvasH made yes
terday of rooms showed a total of 6000
that would he available at tho tlmo ot
Reports on Accommodations.
"Mr. ChrlKtcnsen said that local hotels
which would each accommodate from 200
to 700 guests represented a total of 3120
rooms; hotels which would accommodate
100 to 200 guests represented 1030 rooms;
smaller rooming houses and apartment
buildings represented 750 rooms, and pri
vate residences, based on the space avail
able for the recent National Irrigation
congress, represented 1000 rooms.
An Investigation of the restaurants of
the city indicated, said Mr. Chrlstensen,
thnt between the hours of 12 o'clock noon
and 1;30 p. m. a total of 1S.-I32 people
could bo comfortably served.
Meeting places, he Huggeslcd, in Salt
Lake were equal If not superior In ge.n
cral availability to thoso of any othei
city In the country. Tho tabernacle had
been offered for the larger general meet
ings. Within four or five blocks of the
tabernacle there wore six assembly halls
which would accommodate from 1000 to
1600 persons, and within a radius of an
other block a dozen more meeting placus
could bo had.
Assures Loyal Support.
In conclusion Mr. Chrlstensen assured
the committee of the loyal .npport of
every teacher and every citizen and or
ganization of Salt Lake and Utah.
During the banquet which Immediately
followed the address of welcome an or
ichcatra composed of Miss IIlen rlarllcy.
violinist; Miss Myrtle Goggle, 'cello, and
Lainmlo "Williams, pianist, rendered a
programme of musical selections.
W. "W. Armstrong was Introduced as
the first speaker and as the president
of the Commercial club ho addressed his
remarks particularly to Dr. Falrchlld
and Mr. Springer, lie gayc for the club
a guarantee of proper entertainment and
assured all of the aid and assistance
of the club nnd Its facilities.
Dr. J. T. Kingsbury, president of the
University of Utah, said that the mem
bers of tho faculty of the "1" would do
a'l that poKalblv could bo done to show
the delegates to the convention what
manqer of pcoplo rcaldcd in Salt Lake
and Utah. He said that the faculty of
tho university this year represented the
product of twenty-one largo eastern uni
versities and several European Institu
tions. Speaks for Teacher.
Miss L- M. Qualtrotigh. supervisor of
the primary grades of tho Salt Lake
schools, delivered a tribute to the untir
ing and often unrewarded efforts of the
school teacher. She characterized the
teacher as the one who was llttlo known,
considered of the least Importance, who
came unheralded and departed unnoticed.
She was listened to with the greatest
attention and her remarks evoked a
great amount of enthusiastic applause.
An ovation greeted A. C. Nelson upon
his Introduction by Superintendent Chrls-
tenscn as a man upon whom all political
parties In Utah had been able to agree
for ono office.
Superintendent Nelson's address was
mostly of a humorous nature. Tic re
ferred to a question that, had been fre
quently asked htm. when he said ho would
endeavor to explain how It came about
that the association had recommended
Salt Lalco for tho convention.
Nelson Gives Reason.
"Wo found." said Mr. Nelson, "that
. veryono knew of Salt Lake. The place
scorned to bo naturally popular. It need
ed but the touch of a match lo the pow
der of desire to take the 1913 meeting to
Fred D. Kecler was called upon to add
his portion to the arguments which were
being piled up before the committee In
an effort to show overwhelming reasons
why Suit Lake should be chosen. Mr.
Keoler spoke of educational matters In
general and traced tho necessity for gen
eral education among teachers of the
facilities of tho great and growing west.
AM van X. "While, slate superintendent
of public Instruction of New Mexico,
stopped in Salt Lake yesterday for tho
purpose of meeting and conferring with
Dr. Falrchlld and Mr. Springer oil gen
eral educational matters. Superintend
ent Chrlstensen called upon him at the
banquet and Mr. "White mado himself
Immediately popular by saying tbat he
could not sco any possible reason why
further arguments should bo presented
to the committee.
"Personally," ho said. "If tho laws of
my slate could he changed I would be
content to mako my headquarters In Salt
Lko and direct the school affairs of
New Mexico from this point."
Continuing, he said! "Salt Lake Is an
Ideal place to hold the convention, and
there Is no doubt whatever that the peo
ple here will find proper accommodation
for all who come to attend It.
"I personally think that tho conven
tion here will be a bigger success than
it was in Chicago, this. year. People In
the big cities aro too busy to give any
particular attention to It. The delegates
are never mado to feel at homo, and It
Is not nearly so ploasant for them In the
big places. I look for the people of Salt
Lake to givo tho delegates a royal re
ception." Caine Pledges Aid;
Joseph E. Calne for a few moments
rehearsed for tho benefit of the visitors
a list of the resources of the state of
Utah and In conclusion assured Superin
tendent Chrlstensen that he would lend
his every effort to make visiting .teach
ers as comfortable as any other city In
tho world could.
"For," he aald, "I. cannot conccivu
how it would be possiblo for any com
mittee to find any other my but In favor
of Salt Lake after an Investigation of
the possibilities of this city."
J. T. Hammond, president of the board
of education, was tho last of the list of
If you order your
We will make it warm
Let us show you how well wc can
W. J. Wolatenholme, Mt-nagor.
Arthur McFarlane, Secretary.
King, Hiawatha, Black Hawk.
"Wasatch 719. 73 So. Main.
local speakers and pledged the support
of the board of education and the local
teaching corps In entertaining tho guests
which aro expected next summer.
"Beforo we hear tho final verdict,'
said Superintendent Chrlstensen, "I want
to call upon Mr. Springer."
'About all 1 want to say to you," said
I Mr. Springer, "Is that if Salt Lake should
TELLS HIS STORY
Felix Lopez Claims to H$ 1
Been Victim of Conspirac) I
in This Country,
EL PASO. Tex.. Oct. 11. A statfjrn JS
which he was alleged he was asked to zmit
us the price of his liberty, wag gStf
mittcd In evidence loday to the aeiuVi
committee by Felix Lopez, a fornWl
Juarez customs official, in an eifoTtSff
Implicate Mexican Consul Enrique iMl
Llorente In a charge of attempting!!
procure perjured testimony to bo uncdal
the extradition procettrilngs pendft'
against Colonel Pascuul Orozoo, Sr. jBQ,'
Colonel Jose Cordova. ' K
Tho statement In effect charges tha tSH
rebel leadern with murder In Mexico fi
Lopez tcBtiliod that while awaiting 9.1
completion of extradition proceedlnKs'"!
Consul Llorente against liimnclf he E
visited at the Jail by an agent of Wf
Mexican consul, who presented a UlK
from his alleged principal. "
Subsequently he was assured his lmnm
dlato freedom, ho said. If he would tK
the statement submitted todnv, whlcluS'
alleged, was handed to him.
On his refusal to sign ho remained
Jail until the forty-five days In which;
tradition must be brought and was trm
In default of prosecution 3
No evidence to sustain these charcegj
murder In Mexico preferred a Kail
Colonel Orozco and Colonel Conlovafl
Consul Lloronte have been offered. "jP-'
Will Avoid Turkey. 'If
ST PETERSBURG. Oi-f' ll.!5
American military commission has ablNt
doncd Its proposed visit to Turkey. Baft
Gen. Edward J. McHcrnand and th oim
officers today walchPd the cavalry Jt
ncuvers In the vlclnltv of Moscow. THjJ
Intend to proceed shortly to Vienna."
be the choice, those who enme can
but help carry ji way with Uic.m the m
pleasant of recollections of their vlall
Dr. Fairchlld. tho lasi speaker of;
evening, prefaced his remarks on ,
matter of primary Importance to Ihe:
sembled guests by congratulating
teachers of the state on having taJ
"a tremendous step toward the tlnati
vorco of politics from school matters;
the common Indorsement of one man1
state superintendent." I
Dr. Falrchlld then picked tip hip pi
card and announced tin paraphr
given In the foregoing. Ills rma
were at once Interpreted to mean a i
tory for Salt Lake and the applause..
continued for spveral mlnuteP. ?
The committee which was In cliarg
th general arrangement? for the rni
tafnment of the visitors vesterrtay c
slsted of "William Bradford. Mary Dys:
VT J. McCoy and A. B. Kcsler.
banquet was In charge of Josopt
Chambers and Grace Frost Doth cc
mlttees were under th general sup
I vision of Superintendent Christen
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