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J TI-IE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE,. TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 10, 1912. 10 H
1 fl joi J.
J fim best
fry of Syracuse, N. Y.,
,l0n' workers1 Union Is
lld,fe Cross-Examined. .
rS-! fS BEING IN PLOT
leal'i I Me Never Heard of
e i.ami ting: Campaign;"
KH Explains Letters.
4J?to SnAJ'OLIK Pee. 0. For vot
if'i ph ii J. te Samara's re-clcciiou
c.''& sry at tbo Milwaukee eouven
'"CW ftCo International Association
.'l c and Structural Jrou Workers
-h ft Jnbcr, lflli; flvn mouths after
fa was arrested for dynamit
KJt rard R. Philips, Syracuse. N.
( the forty ono accused "bomb
lt . jj was subjected to severe cross
. ion by the government :'l tbo
"c (te conspiracy" rrial today,
ol t ffas secretary of Syracuse lo
tltp'i 'i-told of many letters he wrote
i '. (imara, but denied thoy pcr
v t ftpropofeCfl explosions.
v i ro wi,a ''imara when you
- rlhim?"' asked District Atlor-
rvj "LJ'n California."
you make nuy inquiry as io
'j0 ho was guilty of murder?'
lfC3f !nt know bo' was charged with
b"iit thought it was dynamiting?
Jt4! b'nlv what T road in newspa
von voted to re-elect liini see
'JtEV this union V
tfy r Charges.
, against Philips were based
is in which ho referred to a
rcwerton, X. V., as follows:
& Cue place to make an ever
o r iiceo of Work and set them
saV S H can be done very easy
')jtsb r going to look for something
of'Jt! on the riirht time comes. The
0!W oal work looks all to the bad
tdti: itness said he wa tning to
place. JcWiinrn to cniplov two or
'Sj enver & Rio Grande j
Lj f Railroad Co. t j
N'? ;ffectlve May 19, 1912.
Vf$ depart daily.
?ft b,V' Ma-Tio 3:00 a. in.
Jfjf-rf ?,ca80 mid East 8:35 a. m.
ill"! h. s:on. in
dVe5 .''Intermediate polnia.iO:3G n. m
A ,FrancIaeo. Portland it. m.
1 Lv,y.,,KlaV0' Portland. 2M5 p. m.
i -Ingham 2:45 p.m.
tlUAp !casro and East C:S0 p. m.
IK nevllle. Tlntlc ! 4.50 p! m!
lb- rtJaiiU and Seattle... ll;io p. m.
. J ARRIVE DAILY.
ctpf, a Francluco, Los
S3 W'ennitlliito points. 2:l0p. m
"SrtJi? "M-Ik-o and West 4:53 p. m.
onJZ1 J r:oo d m
f!fe ml : 6-no !m.
lf,5ife m?iJ,vh',5 6:30 p.m.
:,Kmnoluco, Portland 6:50 p. tn.
sTfJa ,,caK"o and En-st 10;BU p. m.
yjjm ?honu Waoatch 2C26.
Salts. Calomel and Cathar
tic Pills Aoi on Bowels as
Popper Acts in Xostdls.
Take a Onr-carct. tonit-'ht and thor
oughly cleanse your Livor. stomach
and Bowolti. and "you will surely fool
crrcat by inorniUR. Vou men" and
women who have headaches, coaled
toncfiie. can't .sloop, aro bilious, ner
vous and upaet. bothered with a aick,
sassy, disordered stomach, or have
backache and feel all worn out.
Aro you keeping your bowels clean
with Cascarcts or merely forcing, a
passajewa v every few days with
salts, cathartic pills or castor oil"?
Tli is is important.
C.'iscarots inuiii'dinlely cleanse nnd
rnslto r.lic stoniacli, rcmovo the
sour, uudiyeslcd nud fermenting food
and foul uascs; take the oxecas bile
from the liver and carry otV the con
stipated waste matter and poison
j from the intestines and bowels.
Remember, a Cnscaret tonight will
straighten vou out bv morniug. A
10-cent box' from vour "drujjaist nicaua
healthy bowel a:iou; a dear head
and cheerfulness for mouths. Don't
forcet the children. (Advertisement.) j
threo men to ascertnin whether the
eight-hour law was bcinc violated. In
another letter ho said ''Brother Butler
will be interested," referring to A. G.
Butler, also a defendant, and also
"Some of the brothers aro getting
restless and are anxious to see some
In reply "McNamara wrote:
ifI am' afraid you speak a little too
plainly in your letters. 1 am not criti
cising" youi but. no oue knows who is
reading my letters, and this is ,iust; to
give you a pointer. Our people should
bo careful what, they put on paper
when writing to headquarters. ' '
Numerous dashes in the letters Phil
ips said had no particular significance.
Tn reference io all his correspondence.
Philip? disavowed any purpose to use
violence on non-union work, and added
he never had heard of a "dynamiting
campaign" on non-union work through
out the country until MeXamara's ar
rest. Asked why he did not report to the
stale authorities any violatiou of the
eight-hour law, the witness said it was j
necessary to employ men who would
worl; on the job and make affidavits I
ift ti"'ntllIllltnilllH!IHHillllllHlirilHllllllllHlHII1?HnilinftfHllK?r?tf j
iwa'lS-l" jTkrfTfclLr TJIJOMA'S delicate system requires 5
jjjjj JIE t MM TV more than ordinary care and at- j j
t t g& Tff5rf3k'fi?JTk'a43k tention more care and attention than j!
girth MM. JlJ'CLuJpJI. $5 it is given by the average woman.
v, "MrSI TPinraUlitA Neglect it and ills ec-on creep in, and 5 !
9 ftaa JL RiVLC tho ook of old ae sometimes quickly, g ;
nljB ial backache, so common unon women, brings vrith it the sunken chet, the I
in? v ihc, tired muscles, crow's-foct, and soon the youthful body Ig no more youth- 1
II Iii appearance and all because of lack of attention, j
5'ltt jerc is no reason why you should he ho unforLunate. when you have at your :
1 1 a rcmwlysoch aa Dr. Pioroo's Favorite Proscription recommended
itttti p-40-years, as n remedy for ailments peculiar to women. We have thou- j
if c IB" IhotiNinds of lsnmonUlfl on fiIo--iho
1? iltionol-tO?cara-tetifyingto its cfTgct- fWt iHI'.jjJljWIi UlliJiUjUW
il! "fitrmr narcotics nur alcohol rjto b? tbt m I
0 ft tin tbj fnioous prcrip:ton. Rcsrubtcs B7J !S'BDkT9iffDi-'S? 5
.111 atUlo-. Corrccti: dlsplnccroont. Overcorae-j JLfiP M. LQ2 S
1 td lpcriodr. Toncf up norves. Brint: about i
Vit, health. Sold by daoIcrB in medicine. UTt- wyisi35'(B-fv 2
??.tab,.et'- , A1 avrnte g .
nlra. r..Ptrrce's Medical Adciotr, newly rc- S I
IHfc man.rlnolc or married ought to knoic. w on. grwi j
e,,iv lUUHiiiiiuiinnimniiiiiiiiiHiiMHiiiuiiiiiMiunuiHHiiiiifHiHiiiiiiiHnic ,
WJJ r- Have your ticket read "Burlington"
3 1 the East
'XJ& flc October 19th, November 23rd and 25th, with final return
& & pamiary 31st, 1913,
1 ale December 21st and 23rd, with final return limit of Fcb
1$ Jth, 1913.
ISO i going- limit is ten days on cither of these sale dates.
I Slates I
!? Chicago and return $50.50 i
St" Louis and return 351,00
Sye1 ! St, Paul and Minneapolis $53.50 !
ffi 'f Omaha, Council Bluffs, Kansas City, St. Joseph, !
f$ jrAtohison, Leavenwortli $40.00
fIt jTTbe groat aricty 0f routes offered iu connection with these rates and
3 e.-- iBKea it possible to include iu Burliugtou trains as cstousive aud varied
j0rje p,on Ji diverse routes east, as cau bo mado with any combiuatiou of
A- SrT1011001"?- ;ir.? "Ho'fd within tho limits bolh going and return-
points on tho Burlington F-'oule.
JU' rite, lclr,phono or call and .1 will take pleasure- in advising you full par-
PTclephouc Wasatch 6-10.
n. p. XESLEN, General Agent.
".07 r.-iin Street, Salt Lake ("itv, Utah-
Frank Knox. President.
J. A. Murray, Vice Prea.
J. C. Lynch, Vice Pres.
W. F. Earls, Cashier.
E. A. Culbertaon, Asst. Cashier.
The National Bank of the
United States Dcpoultai'y.
CaP'iaj 5 300.000
burplut! ami Undivided Prolita.. :i25,000
A bank whoso resources, cniilpnient
and widu connections cnablo II to cx-t-nd
the bawt ioijulblc nonMeu to every
corporation, broker, merclmnt and Indi
vidual. Four per cent lntorcat paid on
We aro a member oC tho Salt l,ako
City Clearing Hon He.
Por Gcaonboc and Glett RntPxtBtB uiuiy i3rculA.
It i Ihc ONLY incdicmo wtiicn will cure oacb and
Every cofie. NO CASE known it nu eve- ttdlnd a
rure.no matter taoTrc-rlouo or of now lomrstAodioft
Kotulto from Ho U6o will aetouish voo.
Jt ia abiolutelr eats, prevents ttrlOtorolTO fftf
Kndcanbe caken withov t loconvenlancecnnaUU'
ILSOI WILL LEAVE
I BERMIM SmURMY
Mas Devoted Some Thought
lo Cabinet, but Has Come
lo Np Conclusions.
! HAMILTON". Bermuda. Dec. 9. JReinS
a governor of a atato and preparing to be
I a president of nation, botli nt the ynme
j time. I sulflclent to keep any man busy,
remarked Prenidunt-eluct il.son today
when In; announced that be positively
would ni.'ikf no more xpeakin? eiiKaise
iiKints before -.March -S. Every mall Vina
brought lihn scores of Invitations, but al!
have been declined.
Tho iirii.sldunt-clccl accepted three in
flations Ion;? before he was elected and
I those three ho will Uuers. lie will sneak
heforo tin; Poutberii ssoeli'tv tf Now York
1 December 17. al tho jubib-c celebration
I at his birthplace, Staunton, Ta.. on hi6
I birthday, December 28, and at the bo li
nnet of the Commercial club of Chicago.
January 1 1.
Mr WIlFon has entered upon his final
week in Bermuda with a zest for work
born of Unci' solid weuks of recreation.
Ho now practically has ended his vaca
tion und intends henceforth Lo work most
of each day on political problems. Asked
what his plans would be Immediately
after hi? return In New York, the gov
ernor said. &
"f really haven't any plans. Most
of the men with whom I shall commit
were fo considerate that they did not
write nic and I am ignorant of their
Mr. Wilson added that the date or place
for a conference with W. J. Bryan had
not been fixed.
"I simply wrote Mr. Bryan." said the
crovernor. "that I wanted to meet and
talk with him after my return." As to
tho personnel of his cabinet tbo president-elect
admitted that much of nt
mall contained letters commendatory of
"Of course selections have been run
ning through my head." ho added, "but
1 have formed no conclusion."."
"Do you think you will make your
cabinet before leavlnp Bermuda?" asked
one of the correspond cuts.
"If T do." he replied, "I will have to
make il out of bnrd cedar, because thnt s
the only cabinet material 1 can see
The governor leaves Saturday mornlnc
and is due in X-w York Monday. De
cember 10. He intends to 50 directly to
"1 want to help Mrs. Wilson unpack,
he snid. "and Ret household thliiKS settled
"When you have a bilious attack give
Chamberlain's Tablets a trial. Thoy
are excellent. For salo by all dealers.
JOKE VICTIM BRINGS
SUIT FOR- DAMAGES
PATJ5KSOX. X. -J.s Dec. 9. -There i3
iiu one who has a keener sense of humor
than I, but 1 fail to see the joke in bav
ins a hostess serve dot; biscuit to a
truest. I was deeply humiliated heforo
tho other guests, to say nothing of
breaking: one of my teeth and dislodging:
the cold filling in two others, all of
which has since cost me SOS."
This is Miss Helen Wen ton's explana
tion of a sulL for damages which she. has
.tost brought against Miss Harriet Con
don. The latter says the wholo incident was
a joke, although she regrets that "Miss
Wonton's tenth were disturbed."
Will Divert Immigrants.
CHICAGO, Dec. 9. Graham Taylor
of Chicago, chairman of the national
conference of charities, and correction
today informed the federal council ol
Churches of Christ in America that 50,
000 immigrants i'rom southern Europe
will be lauded on tho Pacific coast with
in two years after the opening of the
Panama canal and said the problem of
what is to be doun with them, in view
of tho lack of manufacturing enter
prises there, will need Iho help of the
hnreliPs for solution.
Tbe Army of
? Cro-snnx Smaller Erel'y 7tz$i
J oorygivo relief H7l5,fff
nj, iafijeititffl, Sick Etwacbt, SaSovr Sbjs,
SgALLPiLL, SMALL DOSE, SMALL PRICE
j Genuine nnmb-sr Signature
Wise Decision in Gifls
A wise choice in Christ- I
j 111 as gifts for mother, sister,
I son or daughter is an ae-
eomil- with Uic Coutiuentnl 9
XalionaL Bank -which will
steadily inci'case at com- n
poiuid interest. I
-1 per cent interest paid 011
savings accounts. j
ContinentakNational Bank j
SALT LAKE CITY. UTAH.
I THIS BOOK FEES 1
draigaKw It tells how you c n
rD rnrnTl cure youreclf In th
ttXLfiwA- Privacy of your home
wiihout the u oi
V 1 B A drucs. Z-plaina many
f"wse-ij things you Bbould
I mOWM I know resanllnji th
' I FSiVKSrl ! dbsoosasB of men and
I woman. Written In
0-ril n'm 1a.ntruapJ and
uwit IuSk finely Illustrated. No
iniJiu Is. don't fall to secure this book.
Cut out and mall us this tu with
your name and nddresK, and rncelva a
cony of tho book by rotixm mall
fclosely K-nled) absolutely tree.
THE ELECTRA-VITA CO. Dpt If.
7D2 Market 5t San Franclrco, Cel.
S ' 1
California Senator Declares
the New Party Was Tainted
From the Outset.
ATTACK ON ROOSEVELT
Former President Accused of
WASHINGTON", Dec. 0. In a speech
today in the senate upoD his resolution
for a constitutional amendment that
won hi provide a single six-year presi
dential term. Senator Works of Califor
nia, identified since his entry into the
.senate with the Progressivc-Tiepublican
faction, made a strong criticism of
Thoodore Roosevelt and the Progressive
party for their affiliation with George
W. Perkins and other representatives
of large corporations.
Senator Works said botb Roosevelt
and 'fa ft deserved defeat. Ho asserted
that. Roosevelt, when president, lfcd
withheld action against the Harvester
trust with the natural result that Mr.
Perkiua had been one of the chief
Roosevelt backers in the fight this year
for the Progressive nomination; and,
with equal emphasis, said President
Taffc had "lost the respect, and good
will of many good people by going
L-pou the stump against Colonel 'Roos
evelt. " '
The attack upon 3?oosevelt came in
connection with Senator Works' asser
tion that tho president's office bad
been used to prevent adverse action
"Wo aro not without evidence of tbo
effect of such action on succeeding!
elections." said senator Works. "Tho
great harvester trust, one of tbo worst
and most oppressive of its laud, was
signally favored by lr. Kooscvelt
when president, in this respect, it
was not prosecuted for violatiou of
the Sherman antitrust law because
Roosevelt ordered otherwise What was
the natural result? When Roosevelt
again became a candidate- George W.
Perkins became his ardent, supporter
and chief financial backer, Perkins
was largely interested iu the harvester
trust. Perkins knew by actuul demon
stration that his company would be
.safe agaiuot just prosecution it
Roosevelt were elected. unless bo
should chango bis mind. And ho would
be much less likclv change his vic-ws if
tho harvester trust or its stockholders
should lend him their support.
Points Out Danger.
''I am not sa.jiug that Mr. Roose
velt acted out ot improper motives in
dealing with tho harvester trust or the
steel trust, lie may have been per
fectly satisfied that the course taken
by him was the propor and just course,
j. call atlcution to these instances of
presidential favor and what .followed
them, as illustrating the power that ex
ists in tho hands of n presideut iu his
first term, to becurc lus election to a
Facts brought out in U10 senatorial
investigation of campaign expenditures
were cited by Senator Works to show
the extent to which "trusts and their
millionaire stockholders" had coutrib
utd to campaigns. Ho declared "that
privilege Booking corporations sup
port tho public official who will grant
j them privileges."
i "Tho investigation of campaign eontrl
1 bullous has shown aonie of Ihe darkest
I pages of the political history of the
j country." he continued. "It has revealed
the unpleasant facts that the money
I used for campaign purposes, both by Ue
I publicans and Democrats. In past years
wa supplied almost wholly by men in
j 1 crested In the largo corporation that
iwov amenable to punishment under tho
New Party Tainted.
"Tbo new Trogrenslvo parly was
tainted In the very beginning by putting
Itself In the bands of the same 'interests.
It was managed and financed by promot
ers, eorruptlonlsts. and trust magnates.
Tn all these cases money was contributed
to secure the elccllon of a man who. If
elected, would bo Intrusted with the
power nf determining conclusivclv
whether or not. they should he prose",
cuted. Xo matter whether It won undor
hiond, It was nothing more or loss than
buying immunity from such prosecution."
Renalor Works referred to the so called
Marrlman contribution in the campaign
fund of 190't, a fund which Ilarriman said
Koose.veit had asked him to raise, but
which Colonel Roosevelt had testified was
raised on Mr. irarrlmairn own initiative-
"It is not very malarial which was
right or which was wrong," said Senator
Works. "Ilarriman received his reward
whether the mono'1 was raised for tha
purpose or not. Suits by th? government
were nt that vcrv time pending n gainst
some Of his companies and after his con
tribution thev -.vre dlpinlnsed. His roads
wore otherwise favored bv the nrcsident
that his moncv bIm-d to elect"
A nlngle presidential term. Senator
Work:' raid. wu'd prvf-m ho u.se of
natronno and the por of offieo In the
nv It is now used, lie ursred lli3t oam
'intcni eont'"ll"'l lops h 1'viiIm opjv 1- the
tati or nation, deolnrint; that. "iar
enmpnlirn funds however raied. arc a
d-nitrci-on mniicn to the free instllu
tio'n; of the country.
Mr. Workw. (n conclusion. tn'd It would
bnvo 1i,.h notch hcM'M for be country
If President T,,f' C'olon-I nnosevoU
bad been inelielble for re-eleotlon.
flvounv Honr-hs aprf Wimezv Cold?.
The otiiclfPft. .imne.t way to rid tho
children of danrcroin; eroupv eouchs
and wlipp&v, stuffy colds is to give I hem
"Foley's Honey and Tar Compound. 1C
gives almost instant relief and slops a
cough promptly. Tt soothes aud heals,
contains no opiates. Schramin-Johnson
The ladies of the St. Marle d cathed
ral will hold ti Xtnas bazar Thursday
aud Friday of this week iu tho old
Auerbach building on Main street. Be
sides faucv and domestic articles of
every dce.rtptiou there will bo homo
made cakes and candy for sale. The jj
pleasing font tiro of the falo will be a
jlapaneso leu room, where shoppers will j
find a delicious and refreshing cup of J
tea. Unzar will be open evenings.
jWe Musi Move 1 1
! Can We Send One to YOUR Home?! I
You Can Pay for It On Terms I I
! Convenient to Yourself I
I The workmen are now engaged in the complete overhauling of our ware-
I rooms. We must get these pianos out of the way. We are going to place these
pianos in the homes of the people, preferring to do this even at the sacrifice of
I every dollar of profit and more (many of the pianos being marked clown to even 1
less than actual cost) rather than take chances on damage while work is going on.
I Store Open Evenings Until 8:15 I
I Come and choose from such makes as the Knabe, Hallet & Davis, Ivers & 1
I Pond, Kranich & Bach, Packard, Vose, Schaeffer, Winter & Co., Conway, Rudolf,
j Elbridge, Haines Bros., Schirmer, Strauss & Sons, etc. I
I TI i it . u n" 7l $250 UprightS Standard grade, choice of o) NoW $112 S
g Used Unriclit i ianos at Less enne it Li I n,ake3 lar? sizo maiiogany, T a117 l
I T, "ufW ,, $iJ UpglltS J nemish oak and walnut cases f' fjOW $111
& ihan Halt nOrlh OAn IT Li latest designs; a Sow hand- , jj Cl CO 1
I IbjUU UpripiS somoly carved, full metal ( iMOW plD-
I SfiSH?S $325 Uprights Now $187 I
H men Is of only $.'2o per Feck. a M
g Why. there is absolutely no ex- . H jH
cuse '"for any homo to be without Vivo, very fine uprights, choico J B
B music when" such au opportunity of two make?, latest stylos, R
S presents itself. Come aud select CQCH ' TlnKmlifp J veneers in beautiful maliog- V ftlir I Q( H
g uun of these nice uprights, use t)JJl Upilgillb any and English or golden lOW pAi?U
y it two vrars if vou like, tiud wo N oak. high grade, worth $350 S Bfffj
H will buy it back from you at the v the world overyour choice 1 IIJI
H price paid towards purchase of i
ij a new piano. .Isn't that u fair . M fH
K proposition? Come and select ( Throe estrcmelv handsome ) I
tt one for the children und make high gmde uprights, ono of T 1
I pwr' - of $375 UPr'Shts' 1 MuSSS Now $218 I
WEBBE ....110 1
$ DEWING- BROS 135 I
5&;.::-.'vr:;:::::: g $400 Uprights (.VlfeJK) Now $247 j
1 Hif i $450 Uprights ?V'Z.u( Now $297 1
3 "VSat I-rt tt . i fharaettr and worth, iu a T Inn. I 1IIIJ
I IIIIE;:::::::::: I $500 P Now $337 I
IiB-::.::::: $550 Uprights ( Now $362 I
1 $2 for $1 Credit xr ri . t I
I Save $40 Extra IOIIF thnStmaS illUlO
U As an inducement for cimIi. wo . , . , , , . , I
will credit you $ for every dollar This sale, right at the Chnstmas season, gives I
I paid at time of purchase up to $40 every home in this city and state the opportunity to 1
a on pianos, and up to $-0 on organs. , . . . . . . v M
I j-or example: have the refining influence of music. Nothing can 1
$10 cash credits you with $20 bring such real joy, nothing can be so appropriate I
i sir, caiih credits y.ou witit 30 or useful as a present than a beautiful piano or 1
j 920 cash credits you with 40 player-piano. Come early and select one. We will 1
I $25 cash credits you with so Oliver it at your home bright and early Christmas f H
3 S30 cash crodits you with GO " "
1535 cash credits you with 70 moming. M
$40 cash credits you with 80 1 I