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THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 3, 1912. ' . .. .. , 11 H
" DEI HIIIG
fworkers in Various Parts
jEountry Collected Money
if or Good of Cause.
pK OF "HIGH WINDS"
Jllbridge in Construction
Pi! f City of New York Fell
lejjjj jj Into the Bay.
APOLIS, Doc. 7. Funds
pg.l Tinted by tho International Asso
it of Bridgo and Structural Iron
tts to sustain it3 strike against
l Bhops" iron and steol contrac
( . rfiueh was beUn in 1905, and
18 :, still continues, ivere investigated
tlLfiii cross-examination of witnesses
j ie government nfc tho "dynamite
W Iracy" trial today. Tho Rovorn
oc. charges that money was contrib
to promote violence out of which
tha McNamara dynamito plots.
! nick F. Farrell, Now York, for
: member of the union executive
t , ' testified that $10,000 was con
:ed to the New York district
u'tttr lj of ironworkers on account of
'tjlai trike there, but ho denied it was
o-il for Improper purposes.
aM1. tod about a letter to .Tohn J- Mc
& tra in which referring to orsan
ho Eaid, "It takes pood hard cash,
eh them nlonp-" Farrell replied
Mint only that tho men required
S lor tho work.
r-iv ;h Winds" Did It.
wtta ;.pCDrUary 3, 1908, a drawbridRO
listruction for tho cilv of New
prn. it Phelham, fell into tho bay bo
, L ieomo of tho supporting guys had
'Alii i removed. Tho next day Farrell
if.to HcNamara: "I inclose . a
ttpor clipping about what the
n, nn&a did last night."
(jjjj jwitnesso8aid ho understood the
'had blown tho structure dowu.
:lcsa leprodalions ar.d one explosion oc
cutfi 1 on structural work in and
. Sf 1 Now York in the following
, but Farrell assortod he knew
Hi i'jj as to tho cause,
i Kii'i an official of tho International
t, (-. did 3'ou over appropriato money
audi yinT nitTo-glyconno or dynamite,
ar fT. I you know McNamara wag cn
Jjpjr in dynamiting!" asked Senator
ir!,h W. Kern for tho defenso on redi
inever heard of it until McNa-
Irew J. Gallagher, member of the
i'til tt supervisors of San Francisco,
ill! ivas secretarv of a committee ap
.r Jd in connection with tho Calii'or
IioBli liilding Trades council to uuionizo
I in Los Angoles, testified . that
. Ui solved $15,000 from iho irouwork
p;. P Srougli Olaf A. Tveitmoc, a de
f?iw at, and altogether from other
cortfc in ho received $119,000 through
coite inoe. After tho Los Angoles
altff I building was blown up, Gal
d Iff r, saidj he sent Eugene A. Clancy,
nciti; er deiondant, to eastern cities to
1 . '-.for tho funds.
' 6b any part of that striko fund
XKfc defend tho McNamaras at Los
fes?" asked District Attornoy
BO ioafc $1000 was loaned to the do-
' fund, but later it was returned,"
M witnesses had testified thtl
(Clancy camo east after tho Los
SB explosion ho mot James B. Mo-
- ra in Chicago when the latter was
i ing and a fugitive on charges of
ffls c and that Tvcitmoo met John J.
if (mara at a labor convention in St.
tii jwd asked that other explosions
m paod in Los Ancelcs as a result
W teh OrticE. "McManigal caused an
r Son in an iron works in Los An-
in December. 1910.
LNE 'MAN KILLS
. 5 WIFE AND HIMSELF
;GHTLINGSEA, England, Dec. 7.
isrdict of "wilful murder and sui
intlc: rhile insane" was returned by tho
itli & x'e jury at tho inquest today on
sd idles or Junius Booth, an Ainori
ncv ind his wife, who were yesterday
lis:1 !here shot dead in bod.
ffesr, ,e of the witnesses called was able
as. ft :ely to identify Booth. They all
TinWi 9 bed him as an "American who con
J I cinematograph shows and some
an declared that ho was addicted
iuUI " gs. Evidence was given to show
caitf? ewas vory Irritable and was much
"j id because his show bad failod to
loto was found in tho bedroom,
-have given my mio a sleeping
r'M r,t0 c'1so hcr As 1 cannot
jjlj iituout her, I will givo myself au-
, .4 .
LS OF ATTACK
AJ I ON MAIL STEAMER
'irot I ANGELES, Dec. 7. An attack
s "-. iFaciiic 'Mail Steamship San Juau
-.it: cau waters rccontly by a partv
JF iPOBcd revolutionists is dcseribetl
p-Ef rttcr made public today by W. G.
'from his sou, 11. Ar. Room, fcecoud
: W operator on tho San Juan.
. !;letter says the vcss-el was fired
rhlle at anchor off Aeapulco. Mox-
id the engineer was soriously
iflSt . Tuo Satl snilod from
ancjEco Novcmbor 13.
, MATURES SELL
lysoW OR LARGE AMOUNT
, LADELPRIA, Pa., Dec. 7. Sig-
i of tho fifty-six signers of the
';. ition of independence, part of the
c on of autograprs of Elliott Dan-
) ato treasurer of the statu of Now
ftOt' n,ert2S0Jd "o.fet night for $13,-
g ww- ae highest price paid. $4000, was
i ignaturo of Button Gwinnett of
who was killed in a duel bv
; chlon Mcintosh. Some of the
Hgnntures brought only dollar
jflPl ffOIiargcs Smoko Damaged. j
11' lutiLeCM, nJa.nIler ? Murray, rn
Vm'l -Piv,lnlle ?'atrlct courl yesterday
Wj t0 recover $1750 a &
W JtZ i rcn,son of poisonous smoke
-VTBn Issuing from the mcHlnE
jM2 ?BSfirl8 ,that hls crow for l.
"gWoiBoncd by the suece.
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J. W. nDUSTON DIES
AFTER LOIS ILLESS
(Continued from Page Ouc.)
ncsB and exact probity characterized ev
Faith in City.
Mr. Houston confidently expected Salt
Lako to become a great city and he wns
one of tho foremost of Salt Lake's public-spirited
men who helped achlevo this
result. He was one of the founders of
the Salt Luke Commercial club and vwao
always one of Us most active members.
He was for many years one of tlio board
of governors of the Commercial club and
was ono of those who made possible the
beautiful new home of the club.
Mr. Houston always avoided publicity
and while he was a, close friend of the
newspaper men in the city he at all
times requested that he be mentioned as
little as possible In tho public prints.
This request was characteristic of hln
modest bearing. Though responsible for
many of the biggest real estate transac
tions In the city, he always declined to
take advantage of the advertising that
might accrue from the wldo publicity of
the part his firm had taken in the trans
action. Newhouse Enterprises.
Among the business deals in which Mr.
Houston was actively Interested was the
building of tho Newhouse business dis
trict on South Main street. ISxohango
place and Cactus street. His company
procured tho property on behalf of Mr.
Newhouse for tho sites for tho Newhouse
and Boston buildings, tho Mining ex
change, tho Commercial club, the New
house hotel and the Nowhouso theater.
Mr. Houston was also prominent In tho
real estate transactions which resulted
In the establishment of a new retail dis
trict on East Broadway.
Mr. Houston's real estate business was
taken over In 1S9S by tho Houston Real
Estato and investment company, orig
inally incorporated for $10,000. but now
having a capitalization of $500,000, Mr.
Houston was president of tho company
and owned tho controlling interest. Tho
next largest stockholder Is Charles W.
Johnson, secretary and manager of the
company, who for many years has been
associated In business with Mr. Hous
ton. A. W. Houston of San Antonio Is
vlco president of the company.
Leaves Snug Estate.
By careful attention to business and
conservative, but consistent progress, Mr.
Houston accumulated a snug fortune.
His estato la estimated at approximately
In a quiet and unostentatious way,
Mr. Houston dispensed much in charity.
His charitable acts wero never made
known by Mr. Houston and wero never
revealed unless by the beneficiary of his
kind acts. Many struggling young busi
ness men wero given needed assistanco
by Mr. Houston and scores of waifs
found in him a truo friend and protec
tor. The extent of Mr. Houston's
charity will never bo known.
In nls work of upbuilding tho city,
Mr. Houston was personally responsible
for bringing many leading business Anns
and manufacturing establishments to this
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city. Among tho firms he assisted In
organizing and capitalizing was tho Utah
Ice and Cold Storage company. Mr.
Houston wjis greatly lnteroated In mak
ing tho business district absolutely fire
proof and was largely Instrumental In
making tho construction of all buildings
within tho business district bafo against
Not Politically Ambitious.
Though he waa keenly interested in
public affairs, Mr. Houston never could
bo prevailed upon to accept a political
office. Several time.! ho was urged to
become mayor of Salt Lako and to bo a
Candida to for governor of the state, but
ho alwayn firmly declined tho prolfered
Mr. IfoiiMlon waa a member of tho
Alta club, tho Commercial club and tho
Country club. lie wa a member of Mt.
Morlah lodgo No. 1, A. F. & A. M.. of
Utah chapter No. 1, Royal Arch Masons,
of Utah commandery No. 1, Knights
Templars, and of El Kalah temple. An
cient and Accepted Order of tho Noblea
of tho Mymlc Shrine.
Mr.. Houston' estato consists almost
entlrclv of his hold'ngs In tho Houston
Real Estato and Investment company
and will probably remain Intact. C. W.
Johnson, secretary and general manager
of the company, said yesterday that tho
business of tho company would continue
a at present and that Its policy would
not bo changed.
Armstrong Pays Tribute.
Members of the Salt Like Commercial
club were downcast yesterday because
of the "death of Mr. Houston. He was
an actlvo member of tho club and a
familiar figure about tho club rooms
His work for the club and for tho city
made him a prlmo favorlto with all of
W. W. Armstrong, president of the
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Thin, brittle, colorless and scraggy
hair Is muto evidence of a neglected
scalp; of dandruff that awful Bcurf.
There is nothing bo destructive to te
hair as dandruff. It robs tho hair of its
lustre, it strongth and its very iifo;
eventually producing a fovensbness
and itchmc of the scalp, which if, not
remedied causes the hair roots to shrink,
loosen and die then the hair falls out
A little Dandcrino tonight now
anytime will surely cave your hair.
. . fAdvtrt
Commercial club, felt deeply tho loss of
his close friend and associate. Of Mr.
Houston Mr. Armstrong eald:
I knew Mr. Houston almost too
well to speak of him now.
In the first place, J. W. Houston
was essentially a Rontleman. As fully
mi any man I havo cvor known, ho
wns il gentleman. Ho waa a man of
broad sympathies, of strong beliefs
In his fellow man, and ho was ono
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In whose friendship every man hon
ored. He waa a man of tho highest in
tegrity; always Impatient of sham or
of anything that waa falso or that
did not rlnc true. He waa a. man
who waa over In tho vanguard of tho
upward and onward progress of this
I community; ho waa alwayc ready to
aasumo tho burden of citizenship; aJ-
1 ways working to upbuild our city; a
man who could ever b counted on
in tho Eoclal and business Hfo of.
our community for his time and right
He was a man of countless friends.
His loss Is Irreparable to his family
and business associates, and to tho
city and slato his death is a publlo
Joseph 13. Caine, secretary of tho club,
Mr. Houston's happy smile and
cheerful disposition endcaved him to
even his most casual acquaintances,
while those of us who wero permitted
to enjoy a close friendship with him
found In his character deeper things
upon which to rest our hlsh cstcoin
and profound admiration.
Ho was a man of tho hlBhcst Ideals
both In social intercourse and In busi
ness principles. He believed that
Buccesa could como only through
methods that wero Inherently right,
and ho proved tho truth of this the
ory In a short but brilliant career.
His valuo as a citizen cannot be
o'crestlmated. He was actlvo In all
movements for tho public good and
responsible for much of tho clvlo
advancement of tho commonwealth.
His charitable acts wero many and
with them went tho great love ho
bore humanity. The kindness and
good cheer of his lovable nature la
reflected today In the grief of a sor
Salt Lake Boy Destitute.
Special to Tho Tribune.
BUTTE, Mont.. Deo. 7. John Gray.
10 years of age. was found at the North
ern Pacific depot this morning by tho
pollco and taJcen to tho city hall. Ho
rays hlo mother sent him from Salt Lako
and that his destination in Boulder, but
ho 13 without a ticket, food, .money or
friends. Humane Agent GUllgan Is in
vestigating tho matter. Truant Officer
Colllgan took the boy to the Industrial
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