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glu ' - THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE. THURSDAY MDRNiNr, wnvPMRCD oi f'J
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nejH'Mary C. Dye Identifies
m Rdreds of Letters In
Buced by Government.
f BpR ONCE PLANNED
Dynamiter Thought the
f 'K"Knew To Much" to
B Be Left Alive.
BkxAPOLTS. Nov. 'JO. Miss Mary
E, a stenographer, who witnesses
Kg narked for murder by James 13.
Era, the Los Angeles dynamiter,
iEwifte worked for the Ironworkers'
End "knew, loo much," testlilcd
'Uynamlto conspiracy" trial . to-
Kiild she hod been followed by dc
'Etand on ono occasion one of the
i'Eiir& brotliero had forced an cn
'Mt'Ta hor room at a liotcl to search
Ira which ho desired to destroy,
lya Identified hundreds of loiters
bv Iho frovcrnmcnt to sua
contentlon that Frank M. Ryan,
t of the union, and sixty-four
fentlQiits conspired to transport
illegally In furtherance of dy
lots against non-union firms,
iters were written by .John J.
ra, secretary of the union,
InesE tcstlllcd she quit, the crn-'
tlio Ironworkers before the l,oh 1
explosion, but she had written
tiers which the government
rvero in furtherance of earlier
after I left a bov at the door
Ifave Been Helped
ig from any form of fe
vited to communicate
i woman's private corre
;ment of the Lydia E.
ine Co., Lynn, Mass.
be opened, read and
man and held in strict
oman can freely talk of
5 to a woman; thus has
a confidential corre
;h has extended over
which has never been
lave they published a
:d a letter without the
f the writer, and never
allowed these confiden
out of their possession,
f thousands of them in
volume of experience
,o draw from, it is more
L they possess the very
1 in your case. Noth
turn except your good
Ivice has helped thou
m ought to have
t is not a hook foe
button, as it is too
; is free and only
' mail. Write for
fey to End
IB Breathe Booth's HYOMBI
IP tta Germs and Soothe the
I. Membraaic SUrfc To
31m 1,6 ,Pro.iuflicorl, Thoro is not
Am. morphincf cocaiuo or any
jffW or habit forming drujr in 1JT
js mtdc of oticnlvptus and other
?tl8?PtiaJ. It will gronlly re
CVn1,,80ry of catarrh or anv at
Jgot the nose ana throat in fivo
&totnaeh dosing .just breatlic 1TY
fir i tl10 r.nturrh renns and
fiJjr'OMEl (pronuuuccil IUfili-ti?tttft-
Tt only uosLB $1.00. nnd
j? u;ird rubber poeUct in
nich can bo carried in vent
ES a bottle of II VOMEI, a merit
PPer, and simple direction for
if lPotll(?s. '1 nocdc.l, 50c.
XrPT ,r."I?f?'Bs everywhere, soil
Wlni'h is puaruntccd to end
'eturncl' ('(,I'lS anA croup' ol"
2?, C.0W' Co to the eiirnlvpliia
? oi inlJind Australia, you would
SLfi" rid of catarrh, Booth's
wi brines the identical air of
rin.. 3 (1ircc1' vcmr homo. 1 1
wniIorfnI catarrh remedy.
L.nraiiiin.lobHson'tf five stores
( Ad prtiscnioiit.)
S S "
lPftl! SCOURS :
Cascarct Users Never Have
Biliousness or Sick
U is more nccessarv ihat vou Iccet)
fwJUe0" ,:cel,in? c.lea iusido with
Oascarcts or merely forcing a passaeo-
n,'r CV-rfT few (lays witfi s -liortautP
r castor oi,? Tbis is
Cascarets immediately elcanac and
lceulato the stomnuli, remove the sour,
""digested and fermenting food and
loul eases; lake the excess bilo from
Mo Iivur and carry out of the svstom
the constipated waste matter and poison
in the intestines and bowels.
Ao odds how badlv and upset vou
iccl, a Cascarct touight will strnich'ten
you out by .morning. They work while
you Hlcop. A 10-cont box from youi
drupeist will keep vour liead clear
stomach sweet and your liver aud bow
els regular for months. Don't foreel
the children their little insides uccd a
Cood, ecntle clcansine, too.
of my room at a hotel at mldiilchl called
out ho had a telegram." .akl M1h Dvc.
but when l opened the door John .1. I
McNamara, much excited, foiced himself
' Vi . '.e. lleimiuded certain papers of '
which f knew nothing. Then he searched
oy mi spage and departed. Tn poliiK over
lulter: at tho ofilce. I had seen a letter
in which it was stated that somebody was
KOln- to 'snitch' or pivc away information
unless money was forthcoming."
The poveninicnt contends that the in
foniipr rot erred to was Herbert S. Mock
In. who is now on trial, and thnt Hockin
already had told of the hiding of nitro
glycerine at Rochester, Pa., and Munclc,
Planned GirPs Death.
On Ills flight hack from f.riK An?oln.
after causing the explosion there, James
u. plunncd to have Miss Uyo put to '
death and wanted Krnnlc Kckhoff of Cin
cinnati to do It, according to Eckholfs
testimony. EckhofT. who lestillcd he had
been sent to help tho dynamiter escape,
said ho refused to carry out tho plot but
he followed Miss Dye to Pittsburg,
where she wont to live.
As typical of the way explosions were
carried on, the government Introduced tho
testimony of Albert Von Sprcckelscn, a
contractor, who employed non-union men
Von Sprcckelscn said shortly before he
suffered n. loss of 517.000 in explosions.
Ernest C. V. Bassey, John J. McNa
mara and Spurgcon P. Meadows of the
Carpenters' union, also a defendant,
called on him and said:
"We'll get you."
On October 25, 1003, he said tho cen- (
tnil union exchange, the public library
building, a planing mill and his barn, In
different parts of Indianapolis, were dy
namited at about the same hour
GOMPEIS IS VICTOR
OVER TRE RICIS
Federation of Labor Will Con
tinue to Recognize the j
Autonomy of Unions.
ROCHESTER, N. T.. Nov. 20. After a
debato that lasted all day, members of
tho radical wing of the American Ked- '
cratlon of Labor were defeated nearly
two to ono in their attempt to have tho
federation adopt tho principle of Indus
trial unionism In place of its policy of j
trado autonomy. Two hundred and forty
nlno delegates voted against the minority I
report of tho commlttco of education,
which favored tho principle of industrial ,
unionism, and 1 12 voted in Its favor .
Tho voting strength of the convention
based on membership in represented body .
went 10.0S3 against the minority report
and fio'J2 for it. After the minority re
port had been defeated the majority re- .
port, in favor of tho continuance of trado
autonomy, was adopted by acclamation.
The vote wa.s tho first test of strength
between tho radical and conservative
wings and tho number of votes polled by
tho radicals was slightly under their ad- i
vanco estimates, Tho vote of tho TJnltod I
Mtno workers (2G70) and tho Western
Federation of Minors (50D) was cast sol
idly for the minority report. Other
groups that lined up solidly with the rad
ical wing wcro the Bakers and Confes- 1
tloners, "iron, Steel and Tin Workers. C
Printing Pressmen, Ruilway Carmen and J
An a result of the adoption of the ma
jority report, the federation will continue,
for a. vear at least., to recognizo the In- J
dependent autonomy of international and
national unions affiliated with It and i
Wherever its policy of trade autonomy
seems unsultcd to the industry It will
Introduce tho prlnclplo or industrial un- i
lonlsm. , , , . . t
Among those who advocated tho minor-
lty report wero John Mitchell and Joseph
D. Cannon of the Western Federation of
Miners. PrcGident Gompers defended the
present policy of Uuj federation. '
MANY ACCUSED MEN
ARE OUT OF OREGON .
By International News Service. (
PORTLAND. Or.. Nov. 20. There are
twonty-oight "marked men" on tho list
connoted I V Deputy DMilct .Mlorney
Collier for the grand Jury as thf" iomiR
of tho. investigation of tho dopravlty pruc- (
tlces among men. District Attorney ami- ,
croii personally Ih tailing charge of tho
cases and reports on the Jlrst. batch of
names will be made within a day or wo.
.Many licensed men ans not yet under
arrest, several having lied .when rumor
connected Ihem with tho Investlga Ion
Warrants have been issued and author
ities of surrounding citio3 have lieen
uslu-d to make tho arrests, pno fus v
Is rnported to have gono Into nrUit.li ,
Columbia. No further arrests havci been
mad) In lh last IWcnty-four hours and .
ttniduallv the men held aro being rc-u'-isoVl
either on bohd or on their own
rccog nlzaii cc. James Mllchell. ncsro nor-un-
In Jail "i. a court order, has ,
(.so bct'U given frceilom.
More Trouble for Jouos.
CItlCACJO. Nov. 20. Albert C. Jones. '
rccciitlv bcntonco.l l a year In 1all lor l
noiitonml a vosnll of attempting to
m t ui a ''slraW bond tor Jack John
son "K'-o pugilist, today faced fiirllmr
Xl) because ..f the disclosures In Ihe
Voh won case Ho was cited lo lustily (
foil " bonds on wlileh be appears In other '
Put a poms plaster on tho chest and
fake a "ood coneli syrup internally if
vou would treat a sevory case i ot s9ro
lnmra properly. Got tuo dollar size
Tllard's Toreho..Dd Syrup. With each
hot lo thoro is a free llorrick's lvoi
PeniSr Porus Plaster for the chest.
SoTcf by Sclramm-Jobnuon, Drugs, 5
K We have arranged a series of very important values in I
Women's and Misses' Seasonable Coats, Suits and Furs apparel of
character and assured style at the lowest prices of the year. 1 1
wfL Our entire stock of suits and coats, also a quantity of fur pieces spec A ijj
ially priced at one-third to one-half less than regular prices. m jf
Y IV omen' s CsU Afternoon Evening 'Women's n Y
and Misses' EUIlS GoWflS and Dresses and Misses' WM$ f j
100 Suits Values to $20.00 . Reductions of 1-3 on all gowns and Handsome fur coal, made of brown
Mm r ct-n nc Arrwz Din- ;fnrV nf o-numc onH coney' ful1 52 inchcs lou cut 011 new loose Jmfe
for $9.75 dresses, um stocK ol gowns ana line8 lined th SkinneL, satin liuing. splcu. ,J
Y . r , aa xt x dresses is a very large one and we did quality in this sale at $39.50. - Mii
Sizes from 34 to 44. Values up to . & . 1 jfrfh ME
fm $20.00, in tins sale at $9.75. in this lot oi: are showing all the new models in Russian pony coat, full 52 inches Jlj
;f suits arc corduroy velvet suits, plain tailored charmeuse Velvet and cloth. loD handsomely lined, all sizes, in our re- ; j
mk serges in navy blue and black, handsome mix- l sale a,; '19'50- This is au exceptional jftfe " J I
turcs in gray, brown and- tan. Also gray Nor- ' ft j
.A. folk styles. 1J Ifl Handsome brown Marmot coat ;
Win II I nff nttQtt looks like mink, guaranteed Skinner satin lin- Ivjjj U't
Y Values to $29. 50 for $U. 75 ODldlM JT MFS laree r" X 1 1
150 suits in navy blue, brown and - - " 55 Russian p0ny coat, very fine skins Y i t
gray; all tho smart new styles m this salu at beautifully marked, liandsorao brocaded lin- jiff' !-'! f
!mB $.1-1,75; values up to $29.50. Red fox Sets large 2-skill SCarf and ing; regular $100.00 value; for $69.50. M Umv
llVyP larpo muff, Tvith head and brushes; priced in thia iffi!''
. " Mio at wcoo This a epioudid value. Handsome seal plush coats, caracul
1 ailored ClOtll SUltS, DOtn lailCy and Blue WOlf, alSO natural raCCOOn Sets, trimmed, handsome brocaded lining, all sizes; ffljH pt-ffi'
plain tailored styles a splendid assortment, handsomo animal senrf and pillow muff; $S5.00 ect. in this sale at $27.50. f jiSi
? comprising all the wanted styles and colors. ... , , c . . ...... , . . , tJk. Mi&'i
A ii vm, w?ii nnri tho iauntv Norfolk stvie ,We have a number-of river , mink 100 coats m zibehne, black and W8 M m
m$ Here you will L nd tho jauntj iSorlo k stjle, ff larRQ colIat. liandsonicly lfned. in tti3 Balc an Wn d ,
Y U,C sn,arl bra,d b0,,nd CUtilWay the PlUIU navy blue and Cray ehincliillas, handsome two- A fl it
mannish tailor made; values up to $39.50, for Black and bVOWIl COney Sets, large toned novelty cloths ; values up t0 $39.50, for W lmm
mjp $19.75. coUar and muff, in this ealo at $12.50 set. $19.75. jfj j
inSi cfnrk-nf iiiK rntKkfino- Natural mink muffs, 6 skins, All velour charmeuse and broad- hj
Ifnw Our enui e sLock or suns, consisting $30.50. - t1 , , . , , Uh i'teHf
IvUp , , ,, ,.,. vivolc i,aco cloth evening and street coats at xc i-fep
ol plan, and lane, y s 8, . veh eU charnieise Natural mink muff, 7 skills, hand, one-third off X
and doth stills at ono-third off, Ju this lot somelj lined; $15.00. UUt Lllim un.
TO of suits arc 'handsome imported models, in vol- Natnril mink collar snlpnriirl miflli About 50 COats in mixtures and W I'll
Y' -t and cloth, zibeline. and fine broadcloth L liAf agonals, Values UP iO $U.50 for X
UCm suits, men's wear serge aud diugonal tailored '8 75 (frR t'!M'
suits A splendid jussortmcnt ol: stvles and Mole COney Sets at $35. 00 Set. " Mffli
Y colors. AM sizes-plenty of 42 and 44 s. All Sable lml muffs and collarSj Mackinaw COats for girls ill this A
jrjiB at one-third off. largo sizo, $5n.5o sot. sale at jbj.vj. juyg jijilli;
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