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S '"'"HE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE. SUNDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 171912. 1 H
j BUOY TO
f UP IKS
fclncsses From Califor
(end Their Testimony
I Dramatic Talc a I
jjp CINCINNATI MAN
lof Miss Mary Dye,
jjgrapher and Svecl
iof J. J. McNamara,
Bllwial News Service.
UPOLIS, Tnd., Nov. .16.
Km AdrcIcs Times (Unaslcr
ijj prominently in tho dyna
'tfiil laio iliia afternoon.
t& Injcrsoll, ono of Ibo most
witnesses regarding tlio
KjleftiHccl that early iu Sop
1)10, 8 njan rivia? his iiamo
fcj-cc, but whom alio identified
:licKaniara, rented a room in
"is San Francisco. Ho wont
ij telurncd with two ijripB
iilf an hour. Shortly nftcr
HnTrhom Bryeo introduced to
'fiaitty" called. She learned
silt)"' was rooming at Belle
lone and that ho had sent
ilcr to rent tho room.
in 14, said the witneus, .T. B.
h left her place, saytnsr lie
e to stop at tho Argonaut ho
J) returned from a trip acroaa
llo left the (clophono number
I He had also told hor. sho
it fcft Iiad been at tho Arpto
jjjTB coming to her place.
II o'clock on the night of Oc
(tl'p Tim C3 "having boon dyna
11 o'clock that night), Bryco
feare3 at hor hoii3o and want
It room. She said her rooms
fcd, but ho insisted that ho
it stay thcro and offered to
jtte month's rent if sho would
hve a room for the night.
room was occupiod and
fee sic did not liko tho anx
pplaycd, sho did not let him
Riol Gill, telephone oporafor
(jMJonant hotel in .September,
jBiificd tho telephone records,
made rroni the room occu
fnlcy, who ran a bout houso
J Edward Baiter and J. D.
onner8 of tho launch Pas
tts story of. th0 renting of
00 September l(i, 31)10, by
rtBipvinp; the names of ,T. JJ.
- A- Schmidt). Perry do-
tjJP0 m a Riiariintco.
J ao relumed September
m itTraa then observed that
iR?0 BCrcnr liolus in Lho bot
Jf boat Trbcre ila muuo stood,
IJiatiic had been placed over
Pastime. Th0 description
we of- Porry h tho known
'V lair, rosy checks and a
JUr San h'ranciaco told
September 22, 3010, aluml
spelling tho name "Poer
lo boing mado to tho big
6 33 cyo. The fact that
Saujulito had tho name
"a it ono day and "Poer
had already been testi
oother vritneas several days
;Ji employed by tho Giant
Sjy. told oi: a telephone
J of a man gir-L-S
Brysoii, who in
S.K 90, p-cr co,lt tfclatiu
linn"", KUl!ltin COlll' ob
lannch ut tho wharf. Tho
ff)rtcd M Per cent golutin.
KAVm11' what ho wis
1KLYUl 11 U,,,J tl,y lu til
cJKibt.1 i "Sli 11 t0 bl stumps.
SKwm ,,,at st,,mP T'owdor
Wl !C ark b"-ci to do tho
SB't Ith? ? gelatin
!o?Mj.nlCA00 3,0 s.t.ry.ng
'im iho uiauf fi'v"" his!
M V" ?.C -Alburn, ordered
LtfWioLR .Un Cul1 pursuadiuf
lJ lin n l? lh so Per cent.
"?.El IcUvored September
iVm foSy 8Wftry man, looh
, fm IOreiKnr, appearing at the
Mejf Sau T-rauciaco,
rental agent, teblilicd that ho routed a
bouse at 16L'2 Is'iuclecnth avoniio, io a
man giving hi name as William
Cabb, on facpteuibor UU, 10 HJ.
.lames O'Krien, th.; owner of the
Mouse, i-rcatod merriment in court as
ho doseribed his c.vperiuin'e when lie
found .tji boxes of dynamito iu tho
house. Ilo had been around looking ni.
his pro)erty and had scimi no appear
Jincc ol occupJUK-y, so on Sundav, Octo
ber 10. 1!M0, ho taid, he onlurcd the
house and looked around.
Explosive in Parlor.
There was nothing in anv of lho
rooms he entered until he went into the
parlor, tin; door yf which he had found
locked. There hp found ten boxes, each
covered with burlap and a canvass tar
paulin thrown over the wholo stock, lie
also found a pair of old overalls.
J he burlap was torn off a corner oT
one of the boxes and ho looked in. Ilo
uiw a pile of what looked lil.c'thev
might bo candles packed iu sawdust,
Ilo said ho was smoking a cigar and
that ho reached in, look ou,t one of the
slicks, knocked it against I lie corner
of the box. and then examined il, more
closely. Jle saw on il "SO per cent
"I said good night and got out of
there, said U'Hrien. lie notified Hie
Frank D. Carroll. I,os Angeles city
detective. testified concerning the
Times explosion, tin; killing of twonlv
one persons and tho finding of suit
cases with dj'namito and infernal ma
chines in them at the borne of Harrison
C?rcy Otis, owner of the Times, and
Felix 'eehaud liner, secretary of tho
Merchants' and .Manufacturers' asso
ciation. Ilo was on tho si and when
Murb!er Suggested. -
Frauk Eckoff, Cincinnati eorcmaker.
neighbor and close friend of the Mc
Namara brothers, testified earlier in i
the day thai .1. 15. AlcNamara tried to
get him to blow up a bridge in Cin '
ciunati, and at another timo suggested
tliat ho blow up a train for the purpose
of killing Miss Mary Dvc. former book
keeper of lho Ironworkers' union and
former sweetheart nf .1. .!. MeNumara.
According to Eckoff. the Alcjs'amaras
were afraid of her. as she "know too
much," and they thought she was go
ing to g-ivo up her information.
The witness also told of a raid by
warn f ?
."Everybody say3 that Golds luing on
liiost tenaciously tliis fall, especially for
so early in the season, before the bac
woathor sets hi.
TM3 is the best reason in the world
for keeping the remedy at hand.
It Is well known that Dr. Humphreys '
"Bcveuty-seven" taken at the first
feeling of lassitude, the first chill or
shiver, will break up a Cold without
Don't wait till you begin to cough
and snocae or it may take longer.
A small vial of pleasant pellets, flta
the veBt pocket. At your Druggist 25c,
Humphreys' Homeo. Medlclno Co., Cor.
William and Ann Streets, New York-(AflTcrtlBeinKit)
Come and Test the Wonderful
Results Obtained From
Tf von aro suffering from UriEU
MATlSAr, IN-DrCrESTJON, 13ACK
ACKE, NERVOUSNESS, CONSTIPA
TION, IJJEADAC11E, GOUT, SLEEP-'
LESS NESS. KIDNEY OK BLADDER
"WEAKNESS, or any of the loug b'st of
ill6 that malco lifo a burden, come to
J 23 Keurns building und get a ireo
demonstratioa treatment of "Try-New-Lifc"
and. be convinced that pain can
bo relieved iu a momont and feel lho
vitalizing, invigorating effects of the
newest discovery of medical science to
You will be ama.od and delighted to
find that your rheumatism, which was
so pain-ful and stubborn, will yield in
a fow minutes to tho liltlo "Try-New-Life"
machine, the latest discovery of
science for the relief of pain and heal
ing" of disease.
Constipation ia not only an. affliction
in itself, but leads to a multitude t ot
worso ills when, neglected. A lew
minutes' uso of "Try-New-Lite" is
sufficient to nlitmulate the bowels to do
their work naturally.
Headache yields nust aa readily io
this scientific treatment
Is your back soro and tired and ach
iu"? Come in and be convincod that
it "can be relieved iu a4 moment. Dem
onstrations can be given with tho
clothing on, and it will astonish you
to seo how quickly, easily and gently
" Try-New-Li I'e' 7 will quiet your
uervuff, soothe your fears and prepare
vou for a sound night's sloop.
Have vou a .ioiul liugers, wrist,
kuct stiff from tho chalk ot gout or
the uric acid deposits of rheumatism
It: is marvelous what, "Try-New-Lifc
has done for such cases and will do
Perfect circulation means, perfect
health. Vibration stimulates; the en-1
tire circulation without . injuriously a
fecting tho heart. "Try-Ncw-Litc,
therefore, cures naturally by nature's
own method. , .,
Rooiuinbcr that tho tcsuUb of vibra
torv treatments aro certain. JSotlung
IB loft to guosswork. Vibration i one
of tho priuciiKil biWB of nature.
Wo can give vou reference:! of hun
dreds of people 'right in Salt Lakn and
Utah "vho are now tisinK this macbine
: iu their home. ,
Original " Try-Now-U fo " for sale.
423 Koarns Bldg. Phono Warsatch 12U80.
omco open S:fX) tu 6
SICK-HE? TOHBOE COATED?
!T'8 YOUR LIVEB! CASCSBETS SURE
on ro bilious! You liac a throbbing
sensation in your head, a bad taste in
your mouth, your eyes hurl, your skin
is yellow with dark rings under your
eyes, your lips are parched. Mo won
der you feel ugly, mean and ill tem
pered. Your system is full of. bile and
constipated waste not nroperly passed
off, and what you need is a "cleaning
up inside Don't continue being a bil
ious, constipated nuisance io yourself
and tlios" who love yofl. and d'ou 't rc-
l. .1. iMc.Namaia on Miss Dye's room at
lho Hotel Morion for the purpose of
getting important papers which lie be
lieved Miss Uyc had in her possession.
"In this story 'of the raid, Herbert S.
Ilockin, now the international secrc-
fiorL Io harsh physics that irritate and
injure. Remember. I hat vour sour din
ordered stomach. n'.y li er and clogged
bowels can be quickly cleaned and regu
lated bv morni hit with gentle, thorough
Casearets; a 10-cent box will keep your
head ;lear and make you feel cheerful
and bully for months. Get Cascarets
now wake up refreshed feel liko. do
ing a gonil rhiv'w work make yourself
pleasant, and useful. Clean upM Cheer
lary and trpasurer of tho uuion. figures'.
' Kckoff lold of shadowing Miss Dye
and doing other work for .1. J. Mc
Namara, helping tT. B. to return to
Indianapolis from Nobraska. after the
Ward m Golds Now
Don't weaken vour lUillty al tlio te
stimlntr m" winter by UjLvk a coujfli
or eoli.1 run lt.s cjunie. Use IDuffy's Puvc
Mall U'JilrUey ;ih directed and pet rid
of It Itl OIH ".
Suff y's Pure Mall Whiskey
13 tlic most cflfccl-
iv? rcnjeOy for
ji bottle on hand for
Sold by dt-iiKislH. srocc and dealers
nt ?l.00 a law boltii vVrllo for free
Inelor': advlee ami mn.:ical liooklot
The Duffy Malt Whiskey Co., rtoclie&ter,
N. Y. (Advcrilscnieiit.)
WILL GIST OUT ON BAIL
AMAR1LLO, Tor., Nor. 16. By
agreement of eounsol, followed by an
order of the court, bond for Beach T.
Hpling, charged jointly with .T. B. Snead
with tho murder ot A G. Boyco, Jr.,
here on September J-l, was sot today ut
The bond was filed, Joseph Sucad,
brother of J. B. Snead, boiug among
thOsurotic", and ICpling was rolcascd
from custody on an order from tho
court on tho sheriff of Hall county,
where tho case will be tried on a change
By International TCowa Service.
PORTLAND, Or., Nov. Hi. When
William Allen, head salesman in a pio
neer business house and long a promi
nent figuro at the Portland Y. M. C. A.,
was carried unconscious from hi8 room
in. the Y. M. C A. to a hospital tonight,
having drank carbolic acid. Portland
newspapers were compelled lo begin
publication of details of an, amazing
episode of depravity that now involved
dozens of men and boys.
Thirty-five John Doe warrants have
been issued and ton arrests made. Sev
eral written confessions aro now In of
Among the eleven men arrcsled is
liigo, the gypsy violinist, who acquired
world-wido notoriety by eloping with
tho Princess Chimay, and who in re
cent years has descended to restaurant
employment of San Francisco and Port
land. Late tonight. Rigo was still un
dergoing cross-oxaminalion. Tho others
arrested aro: J
B. Thornton and G. D. Brow'ncr, pro
prietors of the A B (J restaurant, one of
the alleged meeting places: H. L. liowe,
credit man for ono of the biggest hard
ware houses on the coast. Rowc is out
on -tSOOO bond. "William Human, drug
clerk; Karl Brown, clerk; Lionel Deano,
architect; Earl Van JJuelen, employee
of tho chamber of commerce; Bobcrl
Johnson', clerk in prominent clothing
IS HEALED I
The action of I'o&lam iu Urn cur of
any oklti disease Is Immediate. It steps I H
itching, allays suffering mid Prato with 1
wonderful rapidity. ARravutcd eu:-i
of eczema arc cured tiulehty to tho por- H
prlsu and gratification of tlioo uuabl" IH
to secure raultH by other iiiouiih. H
All skin dlseascM. Including m-nc, tet- . H
tcr, bull rhutiin, pll'.. psorTiiiilti, Hculp- ' M
scale, barbcn ami overy fcrm of ltd. H
are rradlcatcJ by Poslain. Ovtr-iilt:!it , lH
treatment In often taifflcluiit foe minor 'H
troubles, such ns plmplcc red and in- )
11a tiled noses, rushes. cDmpluxiou blem- B
lshes, etc. B
I'OSIjAM SOAP U.-ed dally Tor lolle.t '
ami hath will keep tho nkln in lieallli-' Phb
condition, and lmprovo tit t:olor and flHVI
texture. It offers tho lieullii- medtea-
tlrui of Poslnin In a form uurtlculurh' ! BVJ
beiicllcial for lender skin and ctupllon.il
and Hcal trouhleH. pHVJ
Scliraiiim-JohiiKon. ITugn. and all dtuu'. '
plfitM sell PomIuiii (price. o0 ecntn) -and )
J'oslam Stai (price. - eeiit). lfor fin i
samples, write to lho .IJniorgrney l.ab (
orulorleo. ",Z "West 2oth Street, tNew Turl
City. (Advertisement J j
store; N. B. TIealy, florist; E. Taylor.
theatrical employee: '
Two physicians, :i -widely known liw
ycr and others of similar prominence
are to bo arrested-
William Allen's recovery is iinccrlaiu, ,
his physicians said lato tonight. l
Now is the time to replenish Jlfir, An enormous variety of cozy, comfortable Blank- ' fl
your bedding supply. Right f. MB ets-White Wool Blanket Gray ;Wool Blankets,
i -r.1 i . ' n fa I IPT Mottled Gray Blankets,
when Blankets are especially 1 J r kWm. Gray Cotton Blankets,
needed we offer them at J I WflSKSB White Cotton Blankets, I
less than regular price. Not 1 1 I mR' BSSBByf Nap Blankets, Nov- M
a job lot but our entire reg- 1 I ft I BfVf elty Plaid Blankets and Cot-
ular stock of Blankets ,Jr.. '1" ton aiid Down Comforts. H
I f Christmas Millinery Half : -Price I
Gifts ur enre m tfinifned hats for Sadies,misses, m
a children, babies, your choke now at Ha!f Price. l
what youloTday! Everything else In the department One-fourth Off. I
select your Christmas gifts z. C M.I. Underwear Reductions I
leisurely we ia e ' I on second floor H
Clld Variety Ot tOllet CaSeS, children's pajamas, $1.50 Mies' Mtmsing Tests and . Misses' Wuck Uccccd cotton
leWel CaSeS, maniClire SetS, and $1.75 values, salo price, pants, extra fine white fleeced, pants, all sixes, 35c. : H
' i t T j $1.00.' 75o each pieco. Ll
SnaVUlg' SetS, DrUSn SetS, Children's Munslng Pinion lCsscs7 gray flccue . lined H
TvliavTrKrnoh Qpfq rn11aranfl Mies white fleeced cotton Snits, fleece lined, gray only, a: pants and vests, each piece
mllltaiy UlUbllbtJUbjUnclI aiiU union Bults rCgr,ar 7oc val- sp6Ciai value for 60c. " from 15c to 45c, according to
cuff boxes, glove and hand- UC5' for 50c- children's extra, heavy m
I . n -i i i v v i i t,n Munsuig union suits, colors j filH
kerchief boxes, work boxes, avJjTvL?1& md dso wlite-!,u OTls A slih brokcu lino r :
necktie boxes, necktie racks ' 8Vo iaT6 . ecmp,et0 n.. 0l LTta It
and post card boxes to select jf omxoxmB. Mss than
from. ' Pe- o BtUs md febriQS- PBrCES.
TAVC La Camille Front-Lace Corsets I
E Jf JE LJr W To meet the demand for a Corset thai; I .M
A vidt to onr Tov dent ) annoimcbs that we now calTy tbe La- ST iH
A V1S1L tO OLU XUy UUUb. Camille Eront-Lace Corset. il
ffives the little people untold )L3 vhd . , T n -n - mm ! H
&;vw U1 mi 1 j. "T JmW You will find a La Camille is more MWtMm, 'H
pleasure. 1 hey lOVe tO See f ftfegnff eas adjusted, gives better support to &
the toys and talk tO banta Vy the abdomen, and is especially adapted I Wl Ay
ClaUS Bring them in, yOU for medium and stout figures, giving the 0 H
Will be repaid L long, graceful lines that are so desirable. Hip
ES& their enjoyment , 1 We invite you to call at our Oorset M ;
fMSfmBm . j i I U ! denai'tment and allow our expert cor- m ,
(CEM) is certainly con- Ml Ses to show you the diav4t mod- f :
) SO taglOUS. J M? els and fit you with the one best adapted Hfflfl! 1 ' 'H
) K U 1 to your figure. &W t