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H ' . THE SALT L'AKE TRIBUNE. TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 191912. . 1
INEW? IDEA IS BEFORE
Industrial Unionism 'Advo
cated in Place of Present
Policy of Organizations.
DEBATE SET FOR TODAY
Resolution Introduced by
John Mitchell, Frank J.
Hayes, John P. .White.
ROCHESTER, "N". T., Nov. IS. The
question whether tho American Federa
tion of Labor is lo adopt Industrial union
ism in place of its proton t policy o' rcc
oiilzinj; the autonomy of trade orcral'l
organisations tvlll be dlecusuod tomorrow
before tho convention of that organisation.
Near tho close of this afternoon's meet
ing tile commlttco on education reported
on a resolution for tho adoption of In
dustrial unionism. A majority of the
.-ommIttcc voted for Its rejection and a
minority report favored industrial union
ism -vvhero practicable and vvliern not
practicable a close federation f trades
unions for unified action.
The resolution was introduced by John
Mil.-taell, Duncan McDonald. John P.
A bite, Frank J. Hayes. William orcen
and J. IT. "Walker of tint United Jimo
Workers of America and in part fol
lows: Purpose of Resolution.
"Resolved, That in order to combat
compact and powerful orj;aniza.Iona of
rmplovws of labor, this convention adopts
and Indorses the man of organization t'j"
industries instead of by crafts, ";Vlnch
often divides the forces of labor, and that
tho officers of the American Federation
of Labor bo instructed to use every ef
fort to brlns this about," .
The majority of the committee desired
to substitute for tho resolution the uu
tonomv declaration of the Scninton con
dition in 1001, which favored tho reten
tion of tho policy of rcoofrnlzliiK nd
maintaining craft or trade autonomy in
sofar as it was compatible with modern
organization of Industry. By special or-
ITf VE iWOMEK
Proves That Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Cora
pound Is Reliable,
Tiectlville, Ore. "I can truly rccom
mend Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound to all women who are passing
through the Change of Life, as it made
Pirag3P me a well woman after
P-"S! suffering three years."
ftaTtf Mrs. Many Bogajit,
! fMT' MgQ New Orleans, La.
lf?IMl "When passing through
PTri the Change of Life I was
iMriSesH il troubled with hot flashes,
SsMSS weak and dizzy spells and
UlttV lH acncnc' Iwasnotiitfor
iws? mm anything until I took Ly
M. Jlildia E. Pinkham's Vege
$'tfk table Compound which
-fcS2iliifl Provoi worth its weight
: jpjggSjw in gold tome. "-Mrs.GAS
M TON BLON'DEAU. lp41 Po
WtPMVti lymm"a St.j New Orleans.
W$& Mishawaka, Ind.-' ' Wo-
!TXk men passing through tho
Mv8 Change of Life can take
flliw'tsirfJB nothing better than Lydia
I W Wll1 -1 E. Pinkham's Vegetable
jMaCnyv Eaiyj Compound. I am rccom
j?! because of what it has
$j-vPiil dne for me. ' '-Mrs. Cuas.
Prlr pi Bauer, 523 E. Marion St,
i'VSlfi Mishawaka, Ind.
WSSa AIton Station,Ky.-"For
lzTjra months I suffered from
pSJBSM troubles in consequence of
mw0M my aKe and thought I
ffli cou not hve- Lydia E.
X pi nkham's Vegetable
f pll Compound made me well
tSaL-ramll and I wantothftrsuffering
eylHffeu W0Tnen to know about it. "
RnAthom Mrs.EMMA Bailey, Alton
VWmSllVmA Station, Ky.
Dcisei, No. Dak. "I wa3 passing
throng Change of Life and felt very
bad. 1 could not sleep and wa3 very
nervous. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound restored me to perfect health
and I would not be without it." Mrs.
F. M. THORN, Deisem, No. Dak.
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ousncse, sick, sour, giissy tdomacb.
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then. -Ml druggists sell Casuarcls.
Don't forgot the children their liltle
insidcB need a good, gcntlo cleansing,
too. " f Advertisement.)
dor dlscusnlon of the resolution was net
Resolutions adopted at tho afternoon
session condemned the "privalo delec
llvcs" said to be. used to break atrlhes
in West Virginia., favored tin ilovolop
ment of stale universities alom; the Wis
consin cx'lcuslou plan, commended the
movement for wider uso of school build
ings nnd urged their use for labor meet
ings, commented on the workof the na
tional conservation congress and ap
proved participation by American Fed
eration of Labor officers in its proceed
ings. tiomo excitement follotvcd a report, of
the revolutions committee in favor of ex
cluding rcllKlous discussions from the
floor of future conventions and recom
mended that representatives of all re
ligious organizations be denied the use
of the convention platform. After a long
debate- the convention voted to allow
Distress after eating, belching and
nausea between meals are symptom of
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I BURGLARY COMPLAINTS
AGAINST SIX MEN
Complaints charging six men with bur
glary -were issued by the county attor
Gus Kennedy and James Vaughn arc
accused of attempted burglary and sec
ond degree burglary. They arc alleged
to havr attempted to enter a store at
14S West Second South street, November
lii, and to liavo burglarized a blacksmith
shop at L'12 West First South street the
James Grant. E. IT. Forest and James
Perfect are alleged to have entered a
store at 201 West. Second South strict
Jast Saturday night. Burglars in the
second degree is charged against C.
Green, who Is alleged to have entered and
robbed a storo at 2GyEast Second South
street early Sunday morning.
SAYS RANGES ARE
IN GOOD CONDITION
Supervisor E. 11. Clarhc of tho "Wa
satch national forest mado Dublic. his
annual report yestcrdas. TTo reports
that at the end of tho season the ranges
were In belter condition than ever be
fore and that more beef stock wis taken
from tho ranges during tho past year
than during any other single year in
the history of the forest.
Tho total number of cattle grazed dur
ing tho past s'ear Is given as S317:
horses. 519. and sheep and goats, 13.
317. Owing to the frequent rains earlj
In the summer, shrubberj- and grass
wcro abundant all over the ranges and
Mr. Clarke has received reports from
the grazing associations that stock did
exceptionally well durlmr the season.
PREPARED TO PROBE
Charges of attempted pandering arc
contained in complaints issued bs' the
county attornoy against W. 13. Hammond,
proprietor of the Tromont hotel: Harry
Ss'inons and Henry Harris, clerks at the
jsamo hotel, and "Kid" Wilson and E. W.
Abbott, clerks at tho St. Ccellc hotel.
The five men were arrested by tho po
lice s'esterdas' morning. Detective Hugh
Ij, Glenn of the police department swore
to each complaint. It Is charged that
the men offered 'pecuniary inducements to
Quelle Walker and Nellie Elder, young
girls, If thej' vrould take up their abodes
at the hotels and lead lives of shame.
A thorough investigation of the condi
tions suggested In this case will be made
by the counlj attorney.
SUED FOR LARGE SUM
Suit was filed in the United States
district court yeslcrdaj- by T J. aioran.
asking for a judgment of 583.807.24, with
legal Interest from aiay 9 of this yar,
against the Pacific Reclamation "com
pany. In payment for tho construction
of the Bishop Creel: dam. located tr.-elvc
miles north of Elko. Nev. The com
plaint alleges thatb. the above sum was
tho contract price for the dam, to be
payable on completion of the work. It
Js further alleged that the -work was
finished May l", and that the reclama
tion concern has shown no disposition
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His right index linger and his left great'
toe wore valued by "Itcd" Koncar. a
Bingham miner, at ?2909, according to his
suit for damages against the Utah Con
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di.'itrlct court yesterday.
Konear avers that the company carc
lesly dumped a load of lumber down a
mine shaft while he was at work repair
ing the timber. One board struck him
on the hand, crushing tho aforesaid fin
y ger and the other carried away bis too.
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writes Mrs. Hugh Campbell of Avonia
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