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i ' 18 THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 13, 1912. ' L
II WEBS FORCED TO
HI Prosecution in Dynamite Con-
Hl spiracy Case Refuses to
HI Trust the Defense.
Hi KERN PLEADS IN VAIN
HI Munsey's Correspondence
HI With John J. McNamara Is
HI Fully Identified.
DH By International News Sen-ice.
HI INDIANAPOLIS. Ind., Oct. 12. At
fflfll the adjournment of federal court in tho
Bfjl dynamite conspiracy oaso tonipbt, Dls-
IBgl tricfc Attorney Miller stood up and
11 seoTfliiigly informed the attorneys for
e deienso that they -would have to
IBS return the government's ojchibits thoy
flJjR had borrowed.
fflfl Senator John W. Kern, for tho do-
fflljj fonso, then asked, if! he might take
ffliffl certain letters introduced in ovidenco
fBIQ over Sunday and prepare for tho cross-1
Big examination of -witnesses -who testiHod
fflfl concerning tho letters this afternoon.
D .Tndgo Anderson told Sonator ETern he
fflfl -would have an opportunity to soe the
fflfl lotters, but he could not take them over
fflfl The defense has asked several timos
fflfl or PermiBSin to examine government
fflfl evidence, but Judge Anderson has re-
fflfl fused to permit it to be turnod over
fflfl to the defense for more than examina-
fflfl tion during court sessions. They have
Bl to hand it all back -when court ad.
fflfl Documents Identified,
Hi The task of identifying, by .J. J. Ale-
HH Samara's former stenocraphor, some
BI five hundred alleged iueriminating lot-
fflfl ters, was begun by the government to-
Wfl In addition to this, theso stcnogrn-
fflfl phers also told uf tho routine business
HI methods of the International Associa-
fflfl tion of Bridge and Structural Jron-
fflfl Among the correspondence identified
Bl was that between J. E. Alunsoy, Salt
B Lake ironworkers' official, undor indict-
B ment, find J. .1". tcXamarn, confessed
H dynamiter, now in prison.
J 'Munecy is the defendant who is al-
fl leged to have secreted in Salt Lake J.
fl B. McNamara after McNamara had
fl dynamited the Los Angeles Times,
fl The work of identifyrac these letters
fl before they are read "to the .iury, will
fl take several days, as the correspond-
B ence covers a period of five years, from
fl 1906 to 1011. 1
0 Magazine in Evidence.
B Copies of the Bridgmon 's magazine,
Wt edited by J. J. McNamara and said by
fl the government to contain references
MD to dynamitings, were introduced in ovi
fl dence and identified. The allogod in
M criminating extracts therefrom will be
read to the .iury later,
fl Also introduced and identified was
H the circular letter signed by tho lu
ll ternational Tron Workers' executive
m board, telling the ninetv-throc local
H unions that, despite the union's consti
Q tutional provision that all receipts and
Bl disbursements be published once a .
IR month, it was deemed advisable not to
H publish, anything but the receipt.
j The government says this, was done
M f.o the union could spend its moneys for
m dynamitings and the action brands the
D entire executive board us conspirators
l against the gvernment.
ifl The defense claims the executive
III board took this action to keep the non
H union contractors it was striking
Jj against from knowing its financial con
in dition from time to time.
U Pohlman En Route.
H LOS ANGELES, Oct. 12. IT. TV.
if Pohlman, the Seattle labor leader who
II was cited for contempt in the United
if States court here for havine refused to
produce union records before the fed-
eral grand jury in the dynamiting con-
spiracy investigation, arrived today on
l the way to Indianapolis. Pohlman said
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he would tako tho documents to Indian
apolis with him, but would make a
fight against presenting thorn in court
when he testified.
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BY FORTY-MILE WIND
CHICAGO, Oct. 12. A forty-mile wind
made many kinds of trouble today In
Chicago. Sign boards and awnnlngs went
whirling through all tho strcota and there
were plate glass windows shattered In all
parts of tho city.
Daniel Burns, 42 years old. was blown
against a store window and smashed the
pane. He suffered severe cuts about the
face and hands and while running for a
doctor's office was chased and arrested
by c watchman.
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SCARED BY HOLDUPS
CHICAGO, Oct. 12. John and Hugh
O'Donahuo, brothers, who arrived in
this country from Ireland threo- weeks
ago, jumped out of a third story win
dow early todaT and ran a full mile in
thoir underclothes bofore they consid
ered it safe to stop. They nad been
confronted, by a holdup man with a re
volver in their lodging.
Two policemen who saw the brothers
jump from the window captured a man
supposed, to bo the robbor. Ho had In
his pockets considerable English cur
rency which the brothers identified as
The O'Donahuea were taken to the
countr hospital to have their bruises
attended, to and their nerves restored.
FEDERAL GRAND JURY
MEETS IN SEATTLE
SEATTLE, "Wash., Oct. 12. Tho spe
cial federal grand jury assembled today
and received its instructions from Unit
ed States Judge Howard. The purpose
for which the jury was called has not
been disclosed, but it has been semi
officially announced that tho white Blave
traffic, tho IndianapoliB " dynamite"
trial and the Hanford case will not be
considered. It is said that only one
subject of importance is to be taken
up; that a great mass of evidence had
beongathcred by the government, and
that indictments would be returned ear
ly next week.
THIRTY THOUSAND IN
PARADE AT LAWRENCE
LAWRENCE), Mass., Oct. IE. Thirty
thousand American flags wero carried
through threo miles of muddy streota
today by 30,000 men. women and chil
dren In a demonstration against tho In
dustrial "Workers of tho World. Hardly a
building In the city waa without decora
tions. Lining tho streets through which
tho parade passed tho opectators Btood
ten deep and almost without exception
every ono waved the Stars and Stripes.
KNOX IS AFRAID OF
INJURING HIS VOICE
SEATTLE, Wash., Oct 12. Secretary
of Stato Knox decided today not to go
on the proposed automobile ride to Mount
Rainier National park, foarlng' tho Jour
ney Into the high oltltudo might affect
his voice. The aecrotarv 1b to address
two big political meotlngs in Seattle and
Portland next Monday and Tuesday nights
and did not wish to risk the exposure of
WASHINGTON, Oct. 12. Lieutenant
Colonel William F. Forsyth is attached
to the First cavalry. First Lieutenant
Robert M'. Danford, Fifth field artillery,
will go to Fort Riley for the purpose of
delivering lectures at the mounted sorv
lco school October 2d to 31.
Tho following transfers aro ordered, ef
fective this date:
Captain Mathow TP,. TIanna from the
Tenth lo the Ninth ravalry, Captain Wll
lard TT. McCornack from the Ninth to the
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