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I j j 10 THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 1 1, 1912. Jb;
IROSS SUSPECTH) J6
SPY BY IRONWORKERS
Quigley Denies Writing- Let
ter When Government Pro
duces Alleged Missive.
Wm 1NDIAXAPOLI5. Ini3.. Dec, 10. Toati-
MB- niony by Robert 0". M. Hoea that ofll-
Mj clala of various tndo unions In Detroit;
IR in Juno. 1010. formed a plot to cnuse a
Hi scries of explosions in tlmt city nnlnst
IH non-union Jobs and that Churles A';icht-
Hj niclstur, business agent of the Ironwork-
Hj crs union, received 5100 from the car
centers' union toward the exocnae. but
Unit explosions vcrc postponed heeaiiHe
H W'nchmeistcr "talked too much." was
H disputed by witnesses at the "dynamite
Hi conspiracy" trial todny.
Koes had been summoned from Ila-
wall to testify. Previously Ortlc E. Mc-
M Mnnlgal atatcd that at Herbert S. IIocl:-
( in's instruction he had ' sone to Detroit
H with a suit case filled with nitroglycerin
U to blow up a non-union job, but that
JH llockln hod suddenly "called It oft"."
floss said that after Wachmelstcr had
"talked loo much," he (Hops) was culled
to a meeting; of union nfllcluls, including:
Frank J. Murphy and Clarence K, Dowd
J and asked whether he xvhh not. a spy for
I Me said later he dictated to William
11. Quiuluy a loiter to 7 II mm CUnc. Mun
U Ind.. urtranlncr for the carpenters'
unoin, calling the explosions off.
amm ijulirley todny denied he ever had
HH written the li-ttcr and when the sovcrn
JD mont produced what nurporteel to be the
DH letter Quisrley said it was not in his
J The letter raid that Waehmclater had
bc"ii drinking and was "llajdiin;: the
'vijtury." meaning a $100 bill allotted to
mm hare been paid him for explosions.
JH Thomas Kearn-. Salt Lake City, I'tah.
JH former L'nMetl States senator, testified
H this, afternoon concerning- the character
of X E. .Munsey, a defendant.
M When If earns replied to a riuestlon
J that. Munscy'a reputation for "peace und
Mm ""ittlot" wa- "vory pood." the proven) -BM
ment objected and JCearns altered his
mm reply to "pood."
Other witnesses had paid that Munsey
mm w.ik implicated in riot in S-'all Lake City
WtM and helped hldo J. H. MeNamara, the
H Loa Ansrcles Times dynamiter.
I May Rehabilitate Company.
Special to Th(j Tribune
NKW YORK". Dec. 10. One of the
stiimbliu- blocks in the way of rehab
IMalliu; the United Copper companv has
now boon removed by the settlement, of
the litigation of the dissenting bondhold
ers of the La Franco Copper company,
a subsidiary of the United Copper com
pany. There Is talk about raising SI5.
000,000. paying- off tho company's Indebt
edness, and Riving; It a working capital,
but whether the common stockholders
, could he relied upon for this amount
of money Is not yet clear.
I" COURT ORDERS SALE
OF BINGHAM COPPER
.Special to The Tribune.
BOSTON. Deo. 10. On petition or B.
J'Jovcraiix Barker, trustee In bankruptcv
for the Bingham Copper company. Ref
eree Olmstead of the linltcd States bank
ruptcy court today Authorized tho ale of
the entlro property to Harry !M. Stonc
metz, chairman of tho stockholders' re
The prlco paid for the propertv is ap
proximately 520.000. which represents tho
face value of all claims against thr com
pany. While all creditors will set 100
enia on tho dollar as a result, of tho
pale, the stockholders will be taken care
of through stock in the new company.
The reorganization committee represent
ed rS3,n?0 rharcs out of 7l'0,000 shares
) Decoration for Mrs. Ward.
mm Special Cable to Tho Tribune.
gfl LOXDO.V, Dec. 10. It is reported that
HH the order of mo.rit, tho most exclusive
DH Ttrltlsh decoration, will be conferred on
V Iiv. Humphrey Ward, the novelist, Tho
I on' woman hitherto belonging to the or-
BJ drv w;ts Florence XlghtingaJc.
I Eat Anything
Tightness of the Stomach Caused hy
Undigested Food Stopped with a
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tahlct.
When you feel as if your stomach
was lteintr lightly choked when the
vain is iutcuso and you break out in
a cold and clammy perspiration and
tliorc is a lump in your throat and you
am weak and nauseated all you need
jb a Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablet to clear
away tho wreckage of undigested food
, left in the stomach aud intestines and
restore you to vour normal self again.
And this can all be accomplished with
in a few moments.
You May Have Of ton Envied tho
Hearty Eater! Why Not Emu
Thousands of people hav learned so
will how suro and dependable Stuart's
Dvspi'psia Tablets arc 1'cr all utomaca
ills thai they now cat any thing they
want without fear of dia tress. They
are never without a package at bomu
and at the office, and upon any indi
cation that the stomach is a" little
weary, they tako a Stuart's Tablet
after each meal for a few days until
the digestive orunns get rested up
This is a Eplendid plau to follow and
altvays results in much pood. The
appo'tite is improved, the food is relish
nd more, your sloop i? more refresh
ing, aud your disposition will mako
vou friends instead of enemies.
For Twligebtiou. Sour Stomach,
Belching. Gas, Coated Tongue, Intes
tinal Indigestion and all Stomach Dis
orders and Pains or for Loss of appe
tite Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets arc
Use them freely they are us barm
letp as suar would bo aud are not
lo be dasxed as " medicine. " They
have no effect whatever on the sys
torn except the benefits tbey bring you
through the proper digestion of your
ji - AM Drug stores te'l Stnar 's Dxtpep
i ' i si i Tu bints. The price ia 30 cents per
4 p. H bow (Advertisement.)
LODGERS ARE SEIUT
SCURBTO BY FIRE
Flames Cause Excitement in
Union Block; Palace Meat
Market Damaged. , j
Occup.ints? of thu Union Block rooming
home nt'UGl Main street, wcro routed
from their beds at 2:30 o'clock this morn--in.o
bjta fire which broke out In the. base
ment of the Palace Icnt market, "t3
South Main ftrccl. The tiro was dlacov-J
orcd In a. pile of wood in tho basement. I
and an alarm was sounded which brouyht I
out all the lire apparatus of tho central
When the tlromeu arrived tho wood
was blazing fiercely -and the smoke was
filling the entire three-story Union blucK,
The alarm had been sounded Iti the
rooming house on the third iloor of the
building and lodgers, scantily attired,
hurried quickly out into the cold. The
warning was given In ample time o j
that nil of the occupants of the building
escaped without danger.
Within a short time after the arrival
of the firemen several streams were
thrown on tho blaze and tho lire was
confined lo the basement. Uy :! o'clock
the tiro was under control, and soon
1 thereafter was extinguished.
The Union block la a three-story brick
structure which occupies the section
fivm 2"7 to S-Mith Main street. The
basement, is usr.d by the I'alaco meat
market for storage purposes and for the
boating plant of the building. The Pal
ace market occupies the principal por
tion of the ground Hour. Several busi
ness offices arc on tho second Iloor, and
the third floor Ik given over to lodgings.
The cauan of the lire has not been de
termined. It is thought, to have started
from a gas Jet. The loss is estimated
at $$00. The smoke from tho lire dam
uped the stock 0f the Palnro market and
the furniture and decorations of the of
fices and the rooms on the second and
ELOPING GIRL WILL
HOT GOHOME Ml
Special to The Tribune.
POCATELLO. Ida.. Dec- 10. Joseph
Taylor, aged '20, and Miss Violet Macham,
aged 10, were airentcd here this afternoon
by Deputy Sheriff James Francis uhlle
they were In the act of securing a mar
riage license nt the courthouse.
Sheriff Delay of Bingham county had
telegraphed to arrest the couple, since
they were clpplng' from Blackfoot and the
girl was under age. Tho couple were
held nnlll tho Blackfoot sheriff arrived,
when Taylor was taken back to that
town. The girl refused to return to her
home and has secured a. position In Poca-tello.
NEW INDIAN AGENT NAMED.
Fred A, Baker Appointed to Succeed J.
D. Martin at Fort Duchesne.
Spcdal lo The Tribune.
VERNAL,, Dec. 10. A prlvato meFssgc !
from Washington announcer, that Fred
A. Baker has been appointed special In
dian agent at Fort Duchesne No fur
ther particulars aro given and at this
tim it is not known who Mr. Baker ie
or where he resides. Jewel D. Martin Is
th present special agent and ho suc
ceeded Charles li. Davis. Whether the
appointment of Mr. Baker is to b per
manent Is not known.
It. Is claimed that ther are plans
forming for the cultivation of a vast area
of the Indian allotments now ready for
irrigation. There is a Judgment stand
ing against the government for SS.oOo.OOO
due the confederated band of Ute In
dians for land ?old in Colorado many
years ago. Many efforts have been made
to get this money, bur" it is yet unpaid.
A few months ago the United Stales
senate appropriated the nmounl, but It
wrw turned down In the house on some,
technicality or other. The Interest on
this money alone would bo of untold
benefit to the Indians, many of whom
have not had enough to eat since the
annuity was stopped and since an order
was Issued to cut off a portion of the
The first of thl3 mouth the secretary
of the treusury recommended to congress
the appropriation of certain moneys to
be expended In Utah. This rncludud $53,
740 for the support of the confederated
ITtes nnd $10,000 for tho support of de
tached Indians In Utah, The recommen
dation also called for $50,000 for the Irri
gation service, headquarters at Myton.
Pay Homage to Eccles.
Special lo Tho Tribune.
BIUGI-IAM CIT7, Dec. 10. Many Brig
ham people are paying respects to the
late David Eccles today. Some busings
houses closed for tho afternoon to permit
employees to attend the funeral sen
Ices in Ogden this afternoon. The State
bank of Brigham. of which Mr. Eecles
was president, closed at 12 o'clock, and
Cashier W. T. Davis and Assistant
George A Anderson went lo Ogden to
attend the services. Other bankers of
the city were also among thoEe who
went to Ogden.
Lineman Found Unconscious.
Jo-seph Kline, a lineman employed lv
tho Mountain States Telephone & Tele
graph company, was .found unconscious
in his room at No. 5D Pollard court ves
terdny morning. All eiforts to awaken
the man proving futile, the police were
notified and later the case was turned
over to Count v Physician A. N. Hanson,
who found Kline to be suffering from
uracmlc poisoning, due to Brlght's dis
ease. Il; was removed to St. Marks
hospital nnd latT recovered conscious
ness. It Is thought he will bn able to
be about again within a few davs.
Fear Harrimau Line Strike. !
HOUSTON, Tex.. Dec IP. The cru-1
oia point In the mediation of threatened!
strike of the llnrriman Hue conductors I
and trainmen between- New Orleans and
EI Pa:o will be reached within the
next twenty. four hours, according o r
P. Nelll, who has been here us fcdei.ii
mediator several davp. Both sloes seem
to have conceded thelf respective lim
its and permanent settlement, or a final
break If the prospect during tho next"
j Tnko Chinaman Into Custody.
Charged with being in the Unltd
states unlawfully on account of the hulc
of proper credential of residence. You
Goung. a. prominent local Chinaman, was
arrested ye.-terdav afternoon by Depute
Marshal Lurlcn M. Smyth. Ho wo taken
to the county Jail and hla ball was fixed
at ITiOO. Goung was one of thp Chinese
residents who signed the notltlon asking
for the suppression of gambling in China
For Flourishing Revolver.
Said to have terrorized hi? fa mil v b
nourishing a reotvci. W. n. Bird, fil
leara of cg. was locked in the ctv jnU
yesterday aftr he bad hcn disarmed by
Patrolman 1 1. A. Olsen and William
Hoopp-. chauffeur of tls auto patrc.
v hlch -was driven to the Bird home, pit
East Fourth South s'reet, in response to
a call for help. Bird is thought to linve
acted ax he dlJ because of drink, lie
yielded the weapon to the policomcn.
NEW OIUI! FOR
Probable Big Banking- Edi
fice Will Replace Pres
That the Desoret Nulloual bauk contom,
plute.3 the construction of a large.' modern
-building n place of tile structure that now
occupies the northeast corner of Main
snd First South streets, was not donb-d
yesterday by officials of the bank, al
though they declined to discuss the mat
ter. According to information received from
.apparently authentic sources, the buslnesa
growth of the big financial in.it liulion
and the natural prcgrcsM of tin- city,
coupled with tin- enterprise of the bank
ing company, have rsulled In plan lo
erect a new structure, tho main floor of
Which will be usd to provide elaborate
land modern quarters for the bank.
It ! also reporter) that the Dcseret Sav
ings bank, whkh has long oceuplpd quar
ters In the same banking apartment with
the Desoret National bank, will thus be
ariorded equally Improved banking rooms.
According to report, tlu plan "of the
iVI ltf temporarily to occupv ibo old
milker l.'ank building at tb. northwest
corner of .Main ;iand Second South streets,
from which Walker Mrothers Bankers.
Saturday removed to the splendid new
home In the Walker skyscraper. This, it
s said, would allow ibc De.-eret National
bank and the Descret Savings bank to
do business until the new building should
bo completed, when both bouses would
remove to their new quarters am con
tinue' to enjoy their large, respective pat
ronages. Details of the proposition could not bo
learned yesterday. John C. Cutler, presi
dent of the banlc. s-iid thai there was
no.t h ng new in the matter: that he bad
nothing- to pay about It. . w. niter,
vice president of the bunk, practically :kI
inlttod that such a plan was on fool. "No
decision has been reached." he said, "and
there siVti no new developments to make
tirent"' ull,er o'dals were equally rc-
Offiefals of Walker Brother Bankers
said that, so fnr ns iln-v know, no ar
rangements had been made by tho Des
etet National bank for temporary occu
pancy of tl. old Walker bank rooms. Tho
property Is owned by the Walker estate,
and those In control could not be inter
viewed l:i-t night.
Funorttl of Mrs. Humphries.
Funeral services for .Mrs. Lillian Hum
phries, ..o vearf of age. who died at Iim
homo. yOi Lowell avenue, Saturday were
held In the Second ward chapel yesterday
at 2 o clock". Tho services we're updor
Ipo direction of Lhe ward bishopric, nnd
I lie ward choir, assisted by Robert Slddo
way. supplied the music. Interment was
In the City cemetery.
DEMOCRATS TO GIVE
Partisans From All Parts of
State Will. Ha-ve Jollifi
cation Jan. 8.
The anniversary of the battle of New
Orleans will be observed fittingly by the
Democrats of Utah by fighting over
again their battle and victory of last
November. The scene of the conflict
which Is to be peaceful, though jubilant
will be the Utah hotel, where a big
Jackson Day banquet in lo bo given on
the evening of January S. Andrew Jack
son, the. great fighting Democrat, will
be eulogised and his spoils . systum, in
so fnr as It applies to the Utah federal
bunch, will be emphatically indorsed.
The banquet is expected to bring to
gether Domocnils from every county In
the state. 'Members of the Domocratle
slate committee, Democratic candidates
for state office and Democratic mem
bers of the stato legislature will be
guests of honor. There will be no spe
cial invitations issued. The banquet will
be open to all Democrats who apply for
tickets between now and January 1,
Former Senator Simon JSamborger, who
i-s chairman of the arrangement com
mittee, will issue tickets to all Demo
crats' who make application to him. i
Several of Democracy's most eloquent
orators will be heard on this , occasion.
A portion of the evening will bo do
voted to caustic remarks thai will have
a tendency to make the cars of members
of tho federal bunch tingle. Thero will
likewise bo a serious discussion of tho
future policy of the Democratic parly In
Utah, ami of tho legislative programme
of the Democratic members of the state
legislature. Judge James II. Mojle ia
chairman of the programme committee.
That comniilloo Is now considering the
available speakers for tho occasion. It
Is not Improbable that one or two orators
from other stales will be present.
John Webber Dies.
John Webber, 70 years of age. died at
his residence. I'.'l South Ninth East
street, yesterday, of pneumonia. Mr.
Webber came lo Utah from Switzerland,
his native land, twenty-one years ago.
llo ja survived by his widow and a. step
son a nil stepdaughter, living In this city,
and a daughter living at Whitewater.
Colo. Funeral services will bo held In
the lOleventh ward chapel tomorrow after
noon at 2 o'clock. The body will be a.t
the Liirkin-IIull undertaking rooms from
fi to l o'clock this evening and al the
family resldenco from 0 to 1:30 o'clock
on tho day of lhe funeral.
25 EAST THIRD SOUTH 25 EAST TMIRDjKj
I Broadway Shoe Sail
- Now is your chance to buy your Xmas sUpppers and shoes at GREAT MONEY SAVQjS
N PRICES. Wo must have money, therefore this extraordinary sacnfice m price cuttwBp.
BS Remember our great sale last April, crowded house for 30 days. What did
g VALUES. Real bargains. Can we repeat it? YES. If prices are an object.
i Head These BargainJj
3 Ladies Sill MeJ
SB.00 value, evciywhere. SLIPPERS for I feur BPeocs, H
T $3.85 Men, Ladies I at B.89
5r!co and children. ! jS
aoi i. -i I A11 our beautiful stvles HmM
Ask to see our special J ?35fJ shoes jH
price qA&9&9 GIRLS' Shoes. I Only H
400 pairs $6.00 tan and elk Cft 0 tLm
SS high cut school shoes going I 1 tpoW'Vj YWJH
S at fA I No discount on I j nNB
g . ? . high top shoes, and H85 W
g Never Before Such Bargains. 1
f M HOUSE F QUALITY59 I
25 EAST TMIRB SOUTH 25 EAST THIMD SOTMl
Todny special" 2lSC MnlinBctwccn Second and Third South. IN THE HEART OF SALT LAKE. f the Sllifc' "'M
I'W : largCSt Hne f PPUlar Three hundred and fifty 818
I'kfJM' 1 Priced turs in the city- Furs sample coats--A manu-
'fSiKW - I make a handsome and practi- facturer's sample stock PS
M(JbW 1 -x-i. u r 4: 11 closed out to us at tiftv VWWi
umWmfMmS ' cal gift. We have furs for all ,, , ,7
" lil' cents on the dollar and to Mmv
Pmf' I majeStlC blaCk, brWn 01 be Placed on sa today at ISk
mm 1 1 E;lHHS 7.05 $995 jHI
1 t mntzbTThl $1195 and lHB
1 VWy llnMRf " almost anything you may call tA QC WUrSiW
I V L j I for. While doing your Christ- , $l'VO T lWti
I W W f . 1 . J,. . , ' , An elegant assortment of ' lAJ l?
1 (, . ii f ., ..I .fl mas shopping give this depart- colors styles materials -hW Wk
I ment a cal1, and sizes to select from.
I Our Silk rj0gB&s Beautiful Dolls Looking ChrisimaM
Petticoats for Hg& ' S,P JfrlJ&ZTTtHL u. to Specials I
(LlHriStniClS Walch the ciwd of laughing little ones, clapping t'heirands and ' RcdUCS
1 AV511 make a pleasing" aud a j ' (n 1,0PPinS ancl cloni 111 delight as they reach out for the beautiful Our entire line of bealtlfu..jE:
1 most axDpropriale ffifi-. Our 4! curly-wigged oi-eatuics of doll-land. Today we fc'eatuvc- I'he following lengtli, all silk Kimonos; scT
I lino of petticoats 'this sea- W"-
J sou ls 1;bc IarSe.sfc we have (A. MttaKti JmJtt Do!' l0,,s ha,r 18 and 12-00 at a rc(1,ietion
lever shown. Mauy dainty fT WhaoyKtlcX'! $4.95 ffi Sai1;!.: 95c twenty-five per cent. m
j eVCnmg Shades aS Well OS LI l Kin Ro-lr and Jointed Dolls, newlnr Character Dressed noil. Li r 'OuiMine of all wool SwCjtjE
2 1 1 i.1 i i 1 ,. tSv-nffm0 vnlnen. Special 9 nr naracicr uressctl Dolls nnd fancy nn '3o PBLl
S all the darker colors, tor ev- ppi todny -.y.'j iio b. an colors and 1n from $3.o up to se.uu,
J , r V j tJlC3. bpeclal JtlC in nA C0lp.i
3 eryday wear. Priced today IjiTbr Kd" "4 cent off. All sizes am ai
1 at $1.95 PIST). ,3 95 ;md ll M &,I,ecl:" : t Lf .j0,rted Ieal l,!,,r Ohristmns Waists The
! lu 95 K l;UJ& .Wi-fSl. " "'-SMSIv'lS 65c ' line ever shown in Suit U