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- 5AI-T '-AKE TRIBUNE, WEDNESDAY MORNING, rOVEMBER 20. 1912, 3 jtj
HtwMrc Fatally Injured in j
roiPpping From Burnin
5 ijiv SERIOUSLY HURT
Throws Wife and Dog
J ilo Net and Then Fol
Hodiji , lows Them.
f " "
41.'. 5 ..GL"LES, Ao. 10. Three,
f lost their lives in Mio fire
ia,4 ''; partially destroyed the St.
j a theatrical hotel, shortly after
Hbs niRht 1?"urlcc" Tvoro in"
'of whom ocp is a h;iby who,
tf j in a fhune swept hallway by
ituc mothci, p'-onably will die.
2 LCHARLOTTE IIApjNGTON-,
3 tt'Sc name wss& h)hi .Moran a
iZ fill? periormcr: killed wlulo
S j front -sixth floor,
ft pH MARTIN, Los A.aselcs. a
r ps derk: killed .jumping from
' flow. . , . , . .
-S) IHSMALOM3. rrlorcd, sngut on-
'a etbc hots), 7 wur. trapped
!t "fiamo in I he basement, but
, i to die later in the receiving
s iiz the moic :-sriously injured is
a? ;n Melrose, u Etock company ;u
4iJ Wcsotly from Chicago, body
i ,'. Harrab and Anna iTarrah,
i oils performers, woro icriously
' itnd Jefferson Us'burnc. an actor,
uy prucJ nbout body and hurt in
Id Wires Cause.
ta rrthp (Ire had been uxtinuisli crl
i it rtiiru euoled Fire Chief Eley
t Kuril of the debris for other
' e. but if is not believed that the
f' Idcad nr fatally injured will bo
limes ii ro supposed to havo boon
... i-br ci'oised wire? in a linen
J ,' Wboa the first fire company
ij i on fan scene the flames, which
ii frfV had cntirclv misled the
M i'loor ntsl part of the fifth, had
1 I ihro:jchout the entire area of
.rprih floii'. 0? fireman ma do his
tbe nith floor and stumbled
-Bibi Harrington, who. badly
9, !av breaming upon the floor,
fireman picked up the child and
61 it from a window into a life
it supposed that upon hearing the
iSlr. Harrington look her baby
pf hfr room and, overcome with
the effects of the smoke
l. dropped it. in the hallway jnsL
t she leaped to her death from
tbe window.-1. In .jumping Airs,
(ion overshot on? of I ho lil'o nets
ru cnislicd to death on the puve-
Killed, Girl Unhurt.
rlia. one of the three persons
, fell on an awnsntr frame when
Jpttl from a window and was
J.Mtbal he struck an alley pave
'fn hts liesd An instant after
lad jumped a chorus girl from
i jf the nearby theatres took tho
tuom tho same window and
lic sauip awning, but' this limo
HMW,as a life not and taved her
JHjc vrnu unhurt,
ta'iinca sustained bv the ITar
rethp result 0 delay occasioned
"wtir solicitude for the lifo of a
tmtix which ,bey uaed in
.d e',! on a vaudeville circuit.
5nh first threw his wifn out oE
gator into one of tho life Jiets.
fc searched his room for tho dog
H!:' a delay of mauy minutes.
0Koim out, following an instant
tHe f. Both of the Tlarrahe wcro
ibnt the do escaped unhurt.
I. METHOD OF
ING MONEY TRUST
5TO:-r N'ov. 19. Eilpar A.
Vn toay telcsrupJicd
n Piijo his rcalgnntlon as as
iuucI for Uic liounc public
nil currency romnilllec in the
L "'".jp-callcil "money trust"
0"; His reason was that ho
14 'o iiiitro time from Ida own
Sun-O thr. committee.
; on which tho "money truot"
o" -nill proceed were Indiciitecl
Rrain to Chairman T'ujo. LacU
ftSr,to.conIucl si thorough o:c
,f 'ionM hunkH. the attot
'Srced up?n a line of invosUsra
urp I'j4"3' t,,at would go into
Mm v the control "by a hand
J tl oroushly." Maid rr. irsir.
jf rr, lc ftbace or the necce
tlon?i hre'Si3 to, C1,iib,c u, T)rob"
naf'J b!ln. luive laid out and
ln fl aubmlaHlon to tho com
K i?millrth,?r nvMtli?n.Uons of
-itrMWm ' ,st0,ck exchanges and
he u Tf lhe funls !m1 L"
Snf of Sieat lntcr.st.-Ltn
by a han.lful of
npan , cont!'o thb banks and
& i" who hn'o the
l R?n- m T,Kn 9 " lhe mock ex-
from i ?0'' b' w'thrtvawliit:
nng"' brokers on tho floor at
eUtmn1" nvMtrSallon is to
temSnn?lro?'; Sa,"el Unlc
maln as chief counsel for the
: MURDEop A BOY
hs or 'V:.r ,of 7-ycar-ol.l Jo-
ouiirt , V:,knwa,m" whoso
TJn Si. nc alayor after tho
th cnt before the Krand
'i.1) lstH?.i,1tt.d..be(ni Presented ho
Jttver v1 c -v'torn.:.v Dudley for
Iibii H L" whcro -r- Knik Hlck
lc,'r ai iS? a BUPcU Extradi
5rnd i,?J,lcln,F PPared.
toinpVow Urob.-ibly make. ItH
Sronvlc,:eer,ur r' Ule Ro
!f Wand i .!t:,'MWna a wimeas be-
n and u:. lflnL ",Hnt iH llcur
M, tW 'son la underatio(i to
IB'Wori:"cr .V1'1. Jur-V tl,al- J'"mk
IHrUir ihruni,0r ,,im tl,rco tlmoa
WK'AticMBt ,ee, weeks In July, ten
't QgrJI.8,l-Hnd. from tho 1st to th
durntrM ?" day was lost by
f?'ki. ..hL0,1-''21 seen.
JliOij- HiX"! l0,l'-vo other evidence
? "lley with tlio crim.
"KINDERGARTEN RID" WINS;
GIRL BECOMES A LAWYER
Work as a Bookkeepei hy
Day Enabled I ler tu Al
terid Night School.
By Inteinntional News Service.
N-F.W YOllt-:. Nov. 30. Miss Sophie
Kfblnn, who v:u one of tlic most
popular plrlr. in Sow York uni-
veislty. is now a lawyer and will
ing to lake off her hat, which Is
tho feminine equivalent for takincr off
one's coat, and fljrhl beforo the courts
or tho city and stale.
Una enisled by the members of her
family, this plucky young girl won a
diploma and a place at the bar. She
worked as a bookkeeper by day so as to
continue her studies at night. AYhcu she
first entered the niprht law school she
was In short skirts, and tho other stu
dents dubbed her the "Kijidcrsarlcn
Miss Kcblan is anxious to begin the
practice of her profession at once. And
now Unit she has thus far succeeded
new friends havo volunteered to slvo her
every aid possible in launching her on
a most sueccxHl'ul career.
PERKY MIKES ISSTE
TO ASSUME OFFICE
WASHINGTON. Nov, ID. Deter
mined to take uo chances of being late,
the governor of Tdaho has telegraphed
the credentials of the state's new sen
ntor, Kirtland 1. Porky, to tlio secre
tary ot1 tho senate. This, so far as
can bo recalled, is the first time this
method of introducing a member into
tho upper house of congress has been
used. jNfr. Perky will occupy (he seat,
of the late Senator Jlcyburn until the
titato legislature elects his successor.
The credentials of Mr. Perky, although
recognized, will havo In bo supplement
ed in the regular way with formal doc
uments bearing the signature of tho
(Tovernor of Idaho ami the seal of the
Warren Wins in Wyoming.
CHEYENNE, wyo.. Nov. 10. Late rc
rurns from Wyoming counties slvc the
Republicans control of each houwj and a
majority of clRht on joint ballot in the
twolfth leKlslaturc. Ah Republicans are
nil plodgcd under the rtatc primary law.
this meaiiB Senator F. E. Wairtui s rc
elootlon as United States senator without
T-OS AXGELES. Cal.. Nov. ID. The
amended petition of the Democratic
county commute to their original idea
for a. writ of mandamus to halt the can
vaHK of the ballots east In I.oh AnRclcs
city and county for presidential elec
tors .November , wa filed with tho
district court of appeal today.
Contraw to the instructions of the
court, no "specific instances of fraud were
alleged in the amended answer. :uid ac
cording to the district attorneys office,
no act of commission or omission was
alleircd to havo been performed by the
board of supervisors 'bat was not within
their legal power.
Aftrr roiidlmr the petition. Deputy Dis
trict Attorney Joseph W. Ford said he
would enter a general demurrer to the
am'-nded answer, setllnff fortn that, t he
Instruct Ions of the court were not oh-iM-vd.
in that no speelllc instances or
fraiul were nllegel, and that, In the al
nouca of such Courses, the court had no
alternative- but to dhsmlns h' proceed
ings. Final argunienlf will be heard to
morrow morning at 10 o'clock.
Negro Is Lynched.
JACKSONVILLE. l:'l"., Nov. Ii). The
second lynching almcl to avenge- she
mui-dor of James tJurgos and hift graiul
dlmghter. Mary Stevenson. w.jck.
no-xr Mcintosh, was revralod today when
thr ho IV of -'ohn .Vrchc.r, a n.:Rro. was
found hanging t " ; ;;V,0T;
of tho crime. Archer I." a lsged to hac
Imlpcd to Plan tho doubb; munler con
mlttad by Prcec-h Nell" who whb lyn-hod
a few houro aflorwni-dg.
(Continued from Page Ouo.)
ariose vas having a preliminary examina
tion on a murder charge before a crowd
of his countrymen. Tno bailiff whis
pered to the Judge.
"ConiTa adjourned until 2 p. m. Clear
Mm court room." ordered the judge
promptly, and thrro was a rush for the
stairway. A similar scene was enacted
in Justice I'"rcderIckt--on'fi court.
There were not sufficient paliol wagons
lo remove the prisoners irom tbe jail
to rbo Boylo lieishlfl prison nnd two
street cars were sent. for. Tt was an
orderly profodnre and tho prisoners were
soon on thHr way to the cast side guard
ed by tho reserves which had been callod
Ambulances1 removed tho patients from
'the citv emergency hospital Just around
the cornor from tho chief's office. Tho
hospital won crowded with patients In
jured In last night's fire at the St. George
Keep Man Talking.
llcallx.ing Hits necessity for keeping the
'man's attention engaged until the bulld
Inu had been cleared, and aome means
dcllned for foiling his plana. Secretary
Snlvelv and tho detectives in tho room
carried on a running fire of conversation
with him. ..
"YYhv didn't you go down to the South
ern Pacific and blow up the man you
wanted?" h" was asked.
"Well." ho replied thoughtfully. I
thouKht the police could .hnndlo It. hrttor
and I wonted to do n good job. I might
have killed the wrong one otherwise.
While Hie conversation was in progress,
several policemen and newspaper men
passed through the room. A newspaper
photographer even came In and took a
picture of tho man, who was sitting on
the chair with his infernal machine rest
ing on his knees. . .
Travis finally asked that every uody be
Miner to Rescue.
"Curiosity has killed lots of P"oplo."
he said, "and If this thing goes off there II
be a whole lot of them go up.'
One of the spectators attracted to the
scone was J- Rundel, a mining man from
Randel came In and shook hands with
: Davis, asking him If it wins really dyna
mite In the box.
"Yce. and It's 30 per cent, loo, de
clared Davis. , ,,
"I don't believe It; you're bluffing,
Davis lifted tho cloth cover of the box,
which had a ?lass front, and drew out a
slick of dynamite. Uandel took It. bit
off a piece, and tasted it, mlner-fashlon.
7 To knew what It wan, but dissembled
In order to gain time.
"That's not dynamite," he said con
temptuously. "Somebody cheated you.
"Light 11 and sec," said Davis.
Uandel Ushtcd a piece of the elanl
with n match. It burned briskly and
those who had still clung to the joke
Idea made a hasty exit.
Trap Is Laid.
After Davis had held complete posscu
slon of tho station ror nearly an hour
and a hair, a plan was devised by tho de
tective to trap the would-bo destroyer.
AVhilo Secretary Snively carried on the
conversation with the, maniac. Detective
Uonrdel; tiptoed from the unte.r room,
which was a: Davis' back. and struck
him on tho head with the "black jack.
The Infernal machine dropped and De
tective Hrowne. who was at Jlosslca a
elbow, grabbed it.
Da vis reached in his coat pocket and
Horslck hit blip again, and ho tumbled
to the floor unconscious. Tho hottlo of
nltro-xlvcerlne and the revolver woro tir
Davis" inside coat pocket, towards which
ho had reached,
Fuse is Ignited. .
As Davis hud said, his left hand was at
tached to the mechanism of the infernal
marhhi nnd ins withdrawal igpiltcd the
fine, bur the uulck work of Detective
Urownu prevented the sparks from reach
ing tho explosive. There were slxty
half fc'tloks of dynamite and an expert
said It wan sixty per cent, and that there
was enough to blow up a city block.
At the- roeelvlng hospital Davlu said
tonb;ht he "s-Micoscd" the fuse waa too
lonsr. which wiif the reason there was no
Hu mild he was born In (.iprmany, wna
Vt yearn old and had lived In 1 Ills coun
trv 'fifteen vears. He admitted that Da
vis was not bis rlr.til name, cud finally
declined tu tall. ..bout his past
Da. is sold lu atolt tho dynainit from
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PUTS II MISSOURI
Friend of J. B. McNamara
Says Conspiracies Involved
Kansas City Plants.
15 International News Service.
INDIANAPOLIS. Ind., Nov. ID.
Charles Brown, a barber who became well
acquainted with J. B McNamara In
Kansas City and later met him In Los
-Angeles, teutllled at this afternoon's ses
sion of the dynamite trial that McNa
mara "and IV. Hurt Ttrown. business
aprcnt of the iron workcrii in Kansas City,
had made a proposition to him to engage
In dynamiting non-union Jobs in the vi
cinity of Kansas City.
Mls-s Kula 1-lltchcoc.k. a. woman detec
tive, told of having served n. subpoena on
Mrs. Flora Capliin to appear aa a wit
ness In the Los Angeles trial. This Is
tho witness whom Anton Johannson, with
tiie assistance and advice of O. A. Tvclt
moo. Is charged with havln? been taken
out of the jurisdiction of the California
courts aftee she was subpociacd. Sho
was taken to Jtcno in an automobile,
where an ca'tboxind train was boarded.
The morning session of court heard
testimony ediiceriilntr the Peoria explo
sions. II. S. Mockin, Edward Smylhc
and James 10. Kay were Involved.
Thomas Webb of Peoria, one of the
bondsmen of Edward Pmylhe and James
E. Kay. today surrendered them to tho
court and was discharged from liability.
The two dofoiidant-s were taken In charge
by a United States marshal. No reason
for the withdrawal of Webb from the
bond was given. x-
Darrow Trial Dcfcrrod.
LOS ANGELES. Cal.. Nov. 19. The
second trial of Clarence S. Darrow. for
mer counsel of the MeNamaras, on the
charge of having bribed a Juror In the
dynamite trial, was again postponed to
day by agreement of counsel. The case
is ' now deferred from November 25 to
the powder house of a mine or quarry
near San Bernardino. Peveial months
ago. but he save no definite directions
as to the place.
Brooded Over Strike.
A San Diego detective asserted that
Davis was In that clt.y at tho beginning
of Iho I. W. W. outbreaks last, spring
nnd that he was one or the men driven
out of tbe city at that time, but the
man denied that he was affiliated with
any such organizations or that ho hud
ever been In San Dlcpo.
A local official of the Industrial Work
ers of the World said he had never seen
Davis apparently had been brooding
over the Southern Pacific shopmen's
strike of more than a year aso. but he
denied that he could bo employed by the
company in any capacity. t
"They bronchi a Jot of scabs out here
and they over-run the counlr. taking
tho jobs away from other men."' ho said.
"1 wanted to see if the company wouldn't
treat their men butter. That was all I
The Infernal machine "was an Ingenious
contrivance, with a largo number of,
springs, and a wire lever attached to the'
hamnierloclc of an old Springfield army
rifle. Davis' hand was attached ro the
wire that led to this hammerlock denonat
Officers searched Davis's house to
night but found no explosive or anything
that resembled Infernal machines. There
wcro nil sorts of contrivances and de
vices, numberless scars and Ipvcs ar
rangements, indicating that he. bad given
much time to the study, of mechanics.
Tho would-bo dynamiter was identified
tonight as Carl Warr. a German laborer.
In a search of Ills home at S12 East
Lake avenue, lax receipts bearing that
name were found, and after much Ques
tioning by detectives, the man admltte.d
that it was Ids nnme. He said also that
more explosives were secreted In the vi
cinity of the house and that when he re
covered from his Injuries h.c would take
the police to the hiding place.
"Warr said that he stole the dynamite
from the powder house of a quarry at
IJIoomlngton, near Collon. He made an
Impression of tho lock and mado keys
which opened the powder houae. .
WARR ONCE LIVED
IN SALT LAKE CITY
Spuelal to The Tribune.
LOS ANGELES, Cal., Nov. 10. Carl
Warr, who when ilrst asked gave his
name as Albert Davis and held up the
police force over asi hour today, said this
evening that he came from Salt
Luke, where lie lived with hla parents
for a siumber of years.
"1 have not heard from them In many
years," he said, although 1 believe that
they still live, in Salt Lake. I visited
them there ten years ago. but since that
lime I have not. heard from them or lot
them know where I am. I would rather
die than havo them know the trouble
thai I am In. Tt would break their
hearts." Mo absolutely refused to give
Thla evening ho cave the following- rea
son for his acl: "I have been studying
tho social evils of southern California for
aomo time ami have 1:01110 to the belief
(hat tho Southern Pacific Electric com
pany bus made It very hard for the work-j
lug man. I
"II. wan my Intention to go to the po- 1
lien station, whero they would know dy- j
uKinltc. and ask for Paul Shoup. proul
i1 nt of the Southern Pacific Electric.
When he came, I was gomg to demand
that he gnaranteo higher wages, nnd If
ho refused 1 was going to kill him. I did
It as a martvT to Iho cause of the work-lugmeii."
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WOMAN COOL IN
Mrs. Vogcl IMosi Collected Person
in xUurdcrous Jlooni Battle,
Htisbaud Modern iTagin,
By International News Service-
NEW YORK. Nov. 19. A wife's
fearless devotion to her husband, she
firing firbl and then paesing the re
volver to him with most, remarkable
coolness, resulted in the inurdorous
fig-hl in the Elsmore- hotel Monday
night, during which Henry- Vogcl un'd
his wife, Lottie, and Private I'Jetce
tivo John Allen were killed u.nd Mar
tin &. '"ay and Gerardi Luigi, de
fectives; houis C. Mondchciii. pro
prietor of the JSIsincro. and William
Butler, a waiter, were wounded.
Vogcl was a diamond thief with a
lop.g criminal record and a dozen
aliases. 1 1 is wife and a pretty young
woman named Sophio Bcckoudorf were
Sophie licekondorf. whoso chief work
was finding her way into wcalijiy
homes as a domestic, was arrested on
election day and gave to tho police
information which resulted in the dis
covery of the Vogcls.
The bullets used by Vogcl wero steel
capped. After tlio bodies had been
carried out of the room the police
found anothor magazino revolver and
more steel capped bullets. Scrawled
011 the page of a nolo book found on
the floor was a letter which is be
lieved to be evidence of a. suicide- pact.
"Dear T)r, Kimball: It's allovor.
We arc going to 'hill ourselves. Take
care of Lottie and the apartment. We
havo done everything and everybody.
Sho brought us to it.'7
Tt is inferred that the pact existed
between Arogcl and tho protty Bi"cckcn
dorf girl, as Lottie was tho wife's
Tho Kimball referred to is Dr. D. 73.
Kimball, chief probation oOiccr of the
prison association, m whose custody
Vogcl a long time ago was paroled.
A great pile of loot worth several
thousand dollars was found in the
loom of the Vogels at the Klsmerc.
op Brass mil
OTTUMWA, 7a Nov. .IP. Two
masked men who held up passenger
train No. J2 of tho Chicago, Milwau
kee & St. Paul railway last night be
tween Mystic and Ottumwa, secured
loot amounting to about $350. The
bandits robbed two passengers and
two employees of the company. A.
Young, a passenger from tho west to
Chicago, gavo up $S0 in cash and a
diamond ring valued at $150. J. G.
54uokf his companion, was robbed of
The iobbcr5 boarded the train, just
as it was leaving r.ho station at Mys
tic, thirty miles south of Ottumwa. Aa
the porter, .T. Ifobiuson, was closing
the vestibule doors or tho observation
car a revolver was pointed at his head
and he was relieved of 5,30. Tho por
ter then was compelled to lead the way
through tho ear. Tho first passengers
met were Young nnd 'Aook.
Loaving the observation car, the
robbers proceeded lo the sleepci
where Pullman "Conductor Davis, at
flic point of tho guns, gavo up $29.S0
nnd a small diamond stud. Brakcman
Wells was also searched, but his
money was overlooked.
The remaining twouty-fi've miles into
Ottuiuwu found the robbers riding the ,
platforms of the observation and
sleeping care, holding the passengers
in each car prisoners until the' mado
their escape when the truin reduced
speed at the Market street crossing in
The police department asid tho sher
iff's office, with bloodhounds, arc
scouring this vicinity for the robbers.
Four suspects have been arrostcd.
Urakeman Arthur G, Wells said:
"Ono man was tall, well built and
ho hud two automatic revolvers. The
other was a smaller man. somewhat
thin. He had a long revolver. There
were two men in tho car. both seated
and holding up their hands.
"Tho two men had robbed them and
when wo came in they went through
the conductor's pockets, and took his
money. Thoy only examined me to see
if I had any weapons on my person.
"They then kept us standing there!
until the train got to Market street in 1
I Ottumwa and then backed out of the
; door and jumped off." J
: DISMISS ONE CASE
j AGAINST JOHNSON
I CHICAGO, -N'ov. 11). A charge of
nbtluctiou against. Jack .Johnson, negro
pugilist, was dismissed before Misuses'
pal Judge Hopkins today, because of
the prosecution '5 inability to prove
j that Lucille Cameron, the whito girl.
, whos'C association led to his arrest, had
been abducted by nim.
The girl and her mother. Mrs. Cameron-Falcon
net of Minneapolis, both of
whom tiro witnesses against Johnson in
tho federal action for alleged violation
of the Mann white slave act, wero not
in court when the city case was dismissed.
Secretary of Interior Says Li
censes Will Be Revoked
WASHINGTON. Nov. 10. Secretary of
the Interior Plaher today flatly told wa
ter power corporations holding federal
licenses that they would bo forced to
grant reasonable rates to consumer?, re
gardless of ancient contract sights to the
This announcement, affecting many
large interests In tho weMern states,
was made at the hearing on the regu
lations soon to govern water power on
public domain in California.
Tbe. regulations probably will be put
into force with only minor modifications
.suggested at the hearing, and with the
view to oloic co-operation between tho
federal and stale authoriliea of Cali
fornia. Secretary KJshcr said that under tba
regulations, companies which upon hav
ing their rates pronounced unreasonable
by state authorities, resort to jockeying
and delays In the court3. will havo their
"After the ntato authorities," ho said,
"havo decldiyl It and tho matter hac
gone colar through the atato supreme
court, then If you insist on your right
of going Into the federal courts with a
bill of canity claiming confiscation, the.
intorlor department will rcvoko your
license. Ton say the matter or rates
ought to be regulated by the state; very
well, wc will go tlio whole route with
President lstliclin3n of the California
railway commission, the public utllitle-n
body, expressed accord with the gov
ernment's policy, adding that he did not
care to have his commission a mere
TO HI SAYS SU!
Cabinet Building' Is Farther
Along Than Supposed,
By International News Service.
NEW YOP.K, Nov. 20. Tho Sun thlu
morning prints a "Washington dispatch
stating that It hns been learned on good
authority that Iho portfolio of slate has
been offered to W. J. Bryan and that
Bryan is to visit the president-elect In
Bermuda. The dispatch furthermore
states that Uoke Smith has been sug
gested for attorney general or secretary of
the treasury; Louis D. JJrandcls for sec
retary of commerce and labor; Judge
Wcscolt of New Jersey for either attor
ney general or secretary of war; Jose
phus Daniels for postmaster general and
Representative A. S. BurIeiVn of Texas
for secretary of agriculture. The dis
Jt Is evident from Information that
reached The Sun correspondent today
from prominent Democrats In Wash
ington who arc close to too president-elect
that tho work of building
a cabinet has proceeded much farther
than many persons had supposed.
The cabinet office Hint Is giving
President-elect "Wilson and his friends
most concern aDParentlv Is the sec
retaryship of tlio treasury. President
Wilson will probably not select Mils
member of his cabinet from New
York. lie will try to secure a man,
it Is said, who will he free from sus
picion of any obligation to great fi
nancial or commercial Interests, and
yot 0110 who will not alarm any legiti
mate business Interests.
The general plan of forming the
new cabinet. It Is understood now by
the Democratic leaders here, con
templates one mombcr from Now
l-mglaud, one from New York and on
from Nov Jersey, possibly one from
Pennsylvania and the name of Kep
rcscntatlvc A. Palmer is most fre
quently mentioned in the latter con
nection; two or three from the south,
of whom Joscphus Daniels and Itcp
rcscnlatlve Burleson are believed rea
sonably certain. In addition to Mr.
"Bryan for sccretury of state, there Is
likely to be ono member from the Pa
cific coast, and one from the -mlddlo
west. Indiana will hardly flguro In
the calculation because I he vice-presl-
dent comes from that state.
Friends of Governor Jlarmon, of
Ohio, have been moving actively In hi:
bclsair, but there Is decided opposition
to him from the progressive Demo
crats, whlcl! is based mainly on tin
character of his campaign fund con
tributions. Illinois or Missouri will probably
mnkc one contribution in the new
ETTOR CASE WILL SOON
BE. IN HANDS. OF JURY
SALEM, Mass., Nov. lf. Closing ar
guments to the jury began hero loday
In the trial of Joseph 1. litter of tho In
dustrial Workers of the World; Arturo
Glovannliti. an Italian Socialist writer,
nnd Joseph Caruso, wood mill worker,
charged with the murder of Anna Lopl.;:n
during the textile 3triko at Lawrcnco last
Judge Qulrm previously had overruled '
motion.? bv defendant's counsel to take
tho ease from the Jury, so far as Lttor
and GlovannlttJ wero concerned. Those
two were charged as accessories to the
killing before the fact. It ling alleged
that through Incendiary ulternuecs 1'icy
Inclted the strikers to rioting that rcsult
od in the woman'" death It was urged
upon the court that insufficient evidence
had been presented lo justify submitting
the. case of the men lo the jury.
For Caruso, who Is charged with ha Ing
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MF.D1NA. u.. Nov. 1.'. Alter 2ehb
crating ail night, the Jury which hur
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