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J THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SATURDAY AAORMMG, NOVEMBER 2, 1012. 3
Vicc President James
"pian Lies in Slate for ,
tym jn Oneida Coun
? flip Courthouse
OVER THE CITY
: Taft Expected to
Q Home of Family
ore the Funeral
: Takes Place.
hs. Y., Nov. 1. Utica paid
4. f ntc today to tbc memory of
if President James S. Sbcr
' For hours tbia afternoon
. tboiihauds of pcons filed
""" i.Oneidii count' courthouse
..' for the las time upon tlic
iyicc president, who.e body
Jljj in state in tbo rotunda of
clothed in n cutaway suit
ipoiod in n atato casket of
S'iy, covercil with Mark
itb handles of antique
ice president's face bore
cnity, but it was over
time of purple, tbc mark
nalndy that caused bis
! richt arm lay a buneb
c sift of bis graudchil
5! i, 0DU U!1U(I 'trna a spray of
S! rem tlic Sherman gardens.
pin, an insignia of one of
! crs to which Mr. Sherman
:PQ earned from tbc lapel of
Jl rc.tod on a fl.ifj-drapcd eat-1
a. r vbiel was suspended a
& Ij??. A -floral piece of white
"fj Cen laid upon tbc casket,
ferns and flowers were
th profusion 011 citber iiidc.
'.i tof tbe building was iu
jess with festoons of flags
zc d6 of black aud purple.
S b View Body.
,fp lay in flato from ' o'clock
00 until fl o'clock tonight
bat period it was estimated
lyj; an 25,000 perjons passed
kjildin?, . .....
! feioti winch earlier iu the
)!( Itbe f.iHkct from the Sber-
0 tbo courthouse was im-
street while the body was
tbc house were hundreds
fl cnunn's friends, neiijlibors
' associates'. At, tbe bcar-
Ithc 3 1 k several p-ray-lined
up ou either side,
Lssed. They were mom
ost No. jo, Grand Army
. find Mr. bbormnu was
;r elected by the po?t.
Kilts, members of the
lee, the chamber of com
i club, Oaeidn county
1, directors of several
res of citizens, friends
of the vice prosidcut
lose who followed tbc
urt house. As tbe cor
"ouRh the business scc
)f tbe city ball and va
wcrc tolled. The bear
sly disappeared withiu
en u storm broke,
osc who had gathered
cucliinj; to losintr their I
re was no break in the
beijaii to file through j
Wbilo the storm was at j
electric lights in tbo
)ut, and those who hap- i
mssinp through tbc ro- j
next few minutes could !
ibndowv- form as they
' tbc darkness at tbo i
cad. Gas lights werej
dimly, and it was not i
10 electric lights were
ft is scheduled to arrive
'V alter 1 o'clock ro
oou, and probablv will
crruau home before the
"wvices at the home for
be conducted bv Dr.
Dutch Itpformcil church,
ficrmao was for mnnv
"rcr and an nctivn sup
.at the First Prcsbv
ivill begin at 2 o'clock,
charge of the Rev, M.
"csident of Hamilton
borman and V)r. Strvkcr
11 Hamilton college
fltiitl i tilJm Eternity.
co boyhood, bad been
too college rhurcb at
SbD'; Striker was taS
X tb.!; vii-c niesideot
tbc Dutch Reformed
the yollejeo church,
be assisted bv Dr.
frt m wi,Srft h,V ourtb United
III ftl ir n ,M dnoHilsiy nlplit
V tSt lnd,f. who trt
K Nv 'Somov.-ct, bun
FOB HEROIC DEEDS
Hero Fund Commission An
nounces List of Those to
i Receive Medals.
FARM HAND GETS $1000
Widows and Orphans of Mi
ners in Oklahoma and West
PITTSBURG', Nov. 1. The Carnegie
hero fund rommisiou tonight an
nounced ;i further list of awards for
heroic act?. The hut list was made
public on April 26. Tbe list, with
medals awarded, etc., in part follows:
William B. Ilutton, bronze medal and
J1000 toward purchase of home. Ilut
ton, foreman, helped to save William
Porter, stockman, and attempted to
havo John Rykmans, foreman, and
Mike Lowwieki, laborer, from suffoca
tion. Los Augclcs, Cal., August 10,
Oerogc A.' Rlilirh, bronr.e medal and
$1000 toward purchase of farm. Rlilirh,
a laborer, paved .lohn R. Xorthcutt
iroin suffocation. Palopinto. Toz, Au
gust JP. WOO.
Thomas 1. Gibbons, bronze medal
and $000 as needed. Mr. Gibbons, a
pit uiotorman, assisted in au attempt,
to save Robert M. foek, miner, and
Edwin A. Sutton, assitnut superintend
ent, from suffocation, Cokedale, Cal..
February 10, mil
Farm Hand Gets $1000.
Richard H. Mardis?, silver modal and
$1000 as needed. Mardiss. farm hand,
attempted to save Charles A. Hill
from suffocation at Xaeo, Ariz., June.
H. Frank Fizcr. silver medal and
flOOO as needed. Fis:er. motorman.
saved Thomas Bowcn, foreman, and
even other men from a cave-in jn a
tunnel. Santa l'.arbara, Cal., April 7,
lfl 12. F-izor discovered that a eae in.
which would cause water to back to the
face of tho workings, was imminent,
two miles from the entrance. In order
to warn tbo other men, ho waded back
in tbo tunnnl a distance of over -1-100
feet, through -n-ator from twelve to
twenty inches deep. All escaped.
Edward W. Hargott, Sr., bronze
medal nnd $1000 as needed, Tfargelt,
a restaurant proprietor, attempted to
rescue Nora X. Higdon and Anna. K
Wondelborn from a runawav. Globe.
Ariz., March 6, IPOS,
Pension for Widow.
Percy "Walker, deceased, silver medal
to widow and pension of $o0 a month,
with $5 a month additional for each of
two children until each reaches age of
shrtceu. Walker, a hotel proprietor,
died while attempting to save Abraham
B. Hcuricrison, an automobile agent,
from drowniug, Keen Camp, Cal., Feb
ruary 2t). 1012.
George W.- T. nare, bronze medal.
Snurc attempted to save Percy Walker
from dworniog. Keen Camp, Cal,. Feb
ruary 20. 10012.
Tbe commission announced that it
had given $lo.000 to assist the local
rommittee at; MeOirtain, Okla in car
ing for the forty-eight widows and l.'t.'i
children who were dependent upon the
j seventy-throe, miners killed in an ex
plosiou at that ploec last, pril. and
$10,000 to assist the rommittee at .led,
W. Va in caring for the thirty -nine
widow? and eighty-one children de
pendent ou tho eighty-two men killed
in the mine explosion there lust March.
MORE LETTERS READ
INDIAX.VJ'OLTS. Inl., Nov. 1. -Go-Inp:
buck to the caJHiif,- of a strike by
tho Ironworkers union against bridge con
structors fn 1005. tho government, at the
"dynamite conspiracy" trial, today read
letters purporting to show that violence
was the beginning of the "campaign of
explosions,' later carried on by the Mr
Nainarat. .Ml tho ltrty-flvc men now mi
trial, the government churgcH, are Im
plicated by tho loUer.s.
Thf- first exhibit was a letter written
by Frank rtuehmian. thou president of tin
International .Assoe.lntlon of Bridge and
Structural Ironworkers, to ,1. J, McXani
arr.. saying "if a majority of tlic execu
tive board uppre.ve.tt, a strike should be
ordered," A strlk was ordered against
a bridge company which had sublet a con
tract to a Itostou constiuotor who em
ployer non-union men. In eonnoctlon
with this it was pointed out that fn es
ploslon occurred at Miller Falls, Mass.,
In December. 100t".
Mr. Buehanan'K letters wore devoted lo
the union's business In directing tbe
strike. A letter from JlcNnnuiw to Kranl:
M. Ryan, who succeeded nuchanan, na
road, referred to conditions In Toledo.
McXamara sold nuehnnan had authorized
a member name; McOIory to dt sumo mis
sionary worl In Toledo, '"and that 513il
w;is appropriated for that purpose." M
Xr.mara said McCIory employed four men.
of whom two were a iron ted for assault,
and added that an attorney said If the
men pleaded guilty limy would be pa
roled, but that after the men were con
victed the Central Labor union of Ohio
a.iopted resolutions against member. of
the board of public service and a parole
could not be had. MoNamara snld he had
promised the men pay for tho lime the)
were In Jali,
A "ctter was r?ad from .lohn I . Tiiillcr.
Buffalo, vice president of the union, to
I McN.imarr. f-bout "a. suggestion I would
not caro to put In writing." The cov--nmont
alleges ihc suggestion refened
HEINZE WILLING TO
SELL HIS LAND GRANT
VANCOUVER. 13. C Nov. 1 Advice?
from Victoria stat- that F. Augustus
Helnze. of Butte. Mont,, dceircs to sell
his undivided half Interest In tho Colum
bia A- Western railway land grant. The
period of tax exemption of his land hns
expired and he li therefore liable not only
to a tax of about $6600 per a-nnu'u. for
th futur?. but also to about ?60,000 back
It is under this claus of the law that
Mr, Helnze. ow5 th! province about JO.
OOO'. beln s: per cent for ten years on
about .".00.001! acrev, valutd at fjfty cents
j Garrick theater tonight.
' ALLEGED ROBBERS
ARRESTED II DRIO
H. E. Campbell and John
Gavin Accused of Being
t Principals in Affair. .
COL I'M I SI'S, O.. Nov. I. II. E.
Campbell and .lohn Gavin, who, the
police believe, are implicated in thcr
$200,000 bank robbery at New Wwt-,
minster, Canada, were arrested here i
The men were arrested bv L'nilcd
States Deputy Marshal A I Bauer when
they entered tbc postoffiec. l'rivate
detectives arc said to have followed
the men to this city and to have uoti
fled tho federal authorities of their
Two of the men implicated in Ihe
robbcrv have been captured and flO.uiMi
of tbc stolen money recovered. The
men under arrest here will be hrtld
pending .investigation. The police sav
they answer the description of tho
Another man who is said to be
wantod did not nut. in an appearance '
at tho postoffiee with Gavin and Camp-
bell. Jfo is said to be in . onimhni
and is being searched for. The third
man is said to bo ''Big Charley" Mon
tague of Chicago, wanted there for as
saulting Police Lieutenant li. J. Burns
on September 10. Gavin was at first
believed to be Montague.
(iavin claimed that he is a traveling
salesman of Chicago and Campbell
says be is a salesman making Colum
bus his headejuartors.
CHICAGO. .Nov. 1. Chicago poliee
have been oh the lookout for men
named Campbell and Gavin, charged
with participation in the Canadian
bank robbery. They were supposed to
have been the companions of .lamci'
W. Stacey, held hero uuder that charge l
and under the charge of a:i?anlt with j
intent to kill former Lieutenant B. .1.
Burns of the Chicago police depart
meat. Burns' failure lo arrest Stacey
and the others led to his dismissal from
Stneov today waived examination on
the charge of assault anil was hold to
the grand jury under $.3000 bonds,
which were not furnished.
SAN FRANCISCO GRAFT
CASES OFF CALENDARS
SAN FRANCISCO. Nov. I.-AP that
was loft on the court calendars of the so
eallcd craft prosecution in San FVancii.eo
which resulted In the overthrow of th
SehmUz administration in l.r'07. passed
into history today when Superior Judge
William P." Lawlor dismissed 'be last of
the Indictments against tuls Glass, who.
as vlcf-presldcnl of the Pacific Telephone
& Telegiaph company, was aeeu.ced of
having offered a bribe to a .-supervisor for
his vote on a franchise measure.
Glass had taken advantage of the
statutory provision granting nccusod men
the right of trial within sixty da. claim
ing that the district attorney had neg
lected to biins hlni to trlat within that
period after be had petitioned for a hear
ing before a jury. The motion for dis
missal of the Indictments mis allowed on
Th rases acalnst Glass had been
called at Intervals in Judge l.au'or's
court for the apt fyf years.
H. 7M (u pldratj) liv but. cKl ud at
fcilixta. rite S3 00. Ni.TSS.Inrbcut. law R
tti cMtil. lo.OO. tft. 7M Biha Vat. tqt3, 1
Iih Ha. 7M, miCne crart, lapertrj clil, S.M. M
W. B, Nuform Corsets
give fashionable fijpjre lines, U
gracefully modeled bust and sub-
ducd hips. Coutil and batiste, H
daintily trirnrned. Guaranteed 1
not to rust. $1.00 up. 1 '
WEINGARTEN BROS. liew York I j
air N.CGr PL I
ICoinpIett Sliowinp. ;ill Alludes ;iikI !!SIii'm'hm' I lli 'm Other 'style in j;re;tt- vnricly r:minir I
(yUl itS .S. l-one Cxch3na. Z. Cal All s?epartnent. ? I ' P' lCCtl JIS n G.UD. B
4 Busy Autumn Outfitting Day Today I
(v J Tho. entire balance ol' our nc-iv fall jiufl J fk4" H
f( I D wirJIcr trimmed hats. None ' reserved at 4 JJJ tYTV' '"' ' 1
M ' .25 Discount HW 1 I '
1 y There Is Style and Individuality in the Millinery at Walker's V B
MAIN FLO OB. ' I
Special Sale of La Victoire Corsets Outing Flannel Gowns I H
1 Brocade and plain corselss. in size IS, 10, 20. 21. 22. 2J For Very heavy weight, pink and blue stripes i
1 the last I wo days of tho demonstration s s Q or pure white, extra loner and wide, worth (tffr -tf 'C? O 1
I Regular prims -r-3 to $S.u0 while they last W l VO $1.73 to .2.23. for W -1 O Zr 1
Toilet Goods Underpriced Special Sale of Rich Cut Glass I I
1 )N O UR Now For Thanksgiving Need and Xmas
Complete Toilet Goods Dept. c,.f,lgar I
I oQv. Madame Isabel face -J r loe rubber cushion ' !W :i W If j 1
I powder IOC hair brushes .DlfC Fern dish. 7 inches in diam- jVXy,r j i
I 2rK- Sanitol Tooth ff 2or. nail bullcrs, ) cter' like ? 7iC jM&My
I Paste IDC at WC cut. special $0.40 j gP 1 H
1 50e 'Pebceco Tooth on Persian ivory buf- Fern dish, S inches in diam- 9 k
I Pastc fers. 50c and 4 DC ctcr. spc- f AA J I
oOc empre G'iovinc. or Orancre wood slicks c'-aI ;,t iptJmUU y Aj j g jH
I JC lC Salad Bowls. 7 inches in
I 2-jc Cuticura Soap. 1 JC,' (-osmo buttermilk diameter, like Qt I T! If j
I at lUC soap, cake DC cut tpCmlfD fijLfw g
I 30e Dagget & Randall 90 J'erosidc or Hydro- tj Salad bowls s in ' fej
n'"um ' OOL ;Jl ' C in diameter $ J. D & Mf 3 1
'"?""yv;,;,.3& rr;;;,.,:, wc $3.2sto$4.2S i-Sj I
I 50o Listerne- J-)io:co,?n 34c ' lfc ' ll c 1
I.arp variety of Fine Perfumes MUGUFT. Mary. Garden, ! 75c -
Pompcia, Tlubic-anfs Jlleal, Pinaud's Violcltc and others. 1 Sfar cut boil shape tumblers
. Vinegar and oil tS rfh heavv bottom (fo rjr
Jiowcsl Uit Prir-t-s always whether advertised or not. cruets caoh cM,5f p-r do $LfiD
Cold Weather Needs Economically Supplied Today j . I
Flannels Bedding E H
New Kimono Flannels 10c yd. New Scotch Flannols 35c yd. $4.50 Gray Blankets $3.50 Pair $3.75 Comforters $2.75 Each
! Pretty figured Kimono Flan- Seoteh flannels. 27 inches (jrny uooj blankets she b6x- PJcd Comforters, size 72x7.,
nels. 27 inches wide, in lijrht. wido in pretty striped and SQ in mWout (.oov border., covered with figured silkoline
medium and dark effects A embroidered effectsjust the . M.rt , c. - , . . . t lH,. I
3' , , , ,4.: 1 c 1" rnru ar $4.o0 values. bpceiaK on both sides. 111 pretty floral I
larue. assortm6nt of patterns mat rial lor warm negligee 1 ' , . p fM
and colorings to choose j f skirls waists, etc and $3.50 pair. designs, with !)-mch plaint
from, on sale at JJC children's wear, spci-ial 9- $5.75 Blankets $4.50 Pair Color satccn- bor(,1, lo hliv
yard xjDC monize. filled with white san- E
121c White Outing- Flannel Yhitc wool blankets, sij-.e GGx- . n . . j Bffflfffll
v 10c yfj. 25c Flannels 16c yd. SO with wide colored silk bind- -av cotton. ucguuip .i.o flfl
IT . , Prettv striped ldclcan Flan- inr to match border. Popular vahies. Special, .l'.o. 1
Ionvy hnlled Mli.tc otitms nels. 'in !i,d,t and medium of- .7.1 values. Special, i.o0 w 7c rnmfartr V K Fnrh J flH
lannel 2, inches wide-l'in, 1V;,ls oxuci,cnl roi. la(ics and Pnil, $2. 5 Comforters $2.25 Each H
lor night dresses.-skirts, el:. dlilcrenJt. AVfi:H. K0nav Bed comforters filled with jH
Regular V2 quality. ffl vilucs Special " -t $6.00 Plaid Blankets $4.50 Pair white sanitary cotton, covered 3
on special sale, yd..... I UC ynvd'' Jf)C Heavy plaid wool blankets, with f.aured silkeline on both 3
12c Fancy Outing Flannel ' r, H n,,y . size GSxSO. in various color sides, neatly tufted with all; J
q ' 1 25c Cotton Chalhes loc yd. piai(i.s. Regular 0.00 values, wool zephyr. Reguhtr 2.o B JM
y Fancy cotton challies iu. me- Spi.-cial $4.00 Pair. values. Special $2.2o each. g HH
Fancy striped and checked dium and dark effects, many n
outing flannel, fleecy quality, different patterns and color- $2.00 Comforters $1.50 Each $6.50 Down Comforters $5.45
in a good assortment of pat- ings to select from, most suit- p,0(i comforters covered with Eiderdown comforters, cover- B
terns and eoluriugs. Suitable able for house wrappers, silkoline on both sides, filled cd with faucy figured sat- g
for night robes. Rcgu- waists, etc., and for children V. with sanitary white cotton. con on both .sides, in light and H jB
lar 12Vyc value q wear. Regubir 25c J r ICegular $2.00 values. Special dark effects. Jtegular $G.50 B
Special, yd value, speeiid. yd. . . . . . IDC $.50 each. value. $3.45. , I BH
j jWMggFtfe Jlf 4. t'"1 i s advertisement are on the main floor. See Friday evening papers for announcement of H
' ifS i?Ot today's great list of Extraordinary Values in tho Econmy Basenunt.
g3 These little snow flurries may
be causing rome iucoincii
M icnce to 5oine imt wc lipo
SI not. Your lionie can be pro-
ma teeted from inclement weatli-
mm er and a degree of comfort
KI insured bv using that best of
W& ' TEACOOK" KOCK SPJITNGS
l.CJirn to n-o i. You'll like
fell it. YVr sell otber funis loo.
"'KST AND HEALTH TO MOTHER AHO CHILD -
Mns. Wijcslo'.vi i'ooTiuSO S.tt' c hai bn
n.ed for over SIXTY YEAHSt-y MILLIO.-:.1- cf
MOTHERS for llicir CHU-UR75N V-IIILE
TKliTIIINC. ttJw'I PEUl-RCT SUCCES-,. V
SOOTHES tbc LHII.P. SOFTKNS the UUMS.
ALUYS ll PA IK , CUltrS V.M.NIJ COLIC, oad
in the best rtm-dy for IM Annate A. U in
olntriv nar-mlc-?. sure on-1 ajk fcr "Mrs.
Winflo'w's Ssitldng Srup." ad lake vo otatf
ijnl. Tncnty-6ve tcol bottir.
j fe. THE I
' 1l 5AY5T
1 If you order your coal
! from us we will make
J it warm for you
I oi ivJnin St., 5j 5o. 1th West.
Who'll Be Elected?
This question cannot rt snrwer-d,
but vc know whe-c the Oct Gro
corle at Lowest Prices can bs
Sugar $5.90 per Sack
OR 15 POUNDS A 1 . CO.
T. H. NOTT
"THE CASH GROCER"
41-43 RICHARDS STREET
Straight Grado Flour, p;r r.a;k. . .11 . 10
High Patent Flour. pr r.icr: . 1.CO
Good Broom (vhlle thry last).. . 23c
BEST HAMS, pec lb Ice
BREAKFAST BACON, . per lb ... SOc
SEGO MILK, 6 small cna...... . 23c
SEGO MILK. 3 larjjis cam 23c
Make your bank- A
ing home at the W-
"Tower of Mi
WALKER g .