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22 THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 5, 1913. " ' g.
Mexican & Northwestern
Railroad to Be Reimbursed
for Transporting- Refugees.
DEBATE IN THE HOUSE
Hl Fluud of Virginia to Succeed
Sulzer-as Chairman of For
eign Affairs Committee.
international .Vow Service.
WASHINGTON", -Ian. I. What con
akjs did today:
In the senate: Bailey's resignation
vc. spread on tho records.
(lapp offered a resolution to extent
he campaign fund inquiry so as to i
'ludc tic general presidential campaign
oi 1012- Under objection from Senator
Oliver, the resolution went over until
Cummins gave notico that next week
ho trill attempt to have a dato fixed for
raking a final vote on tho Works con
stitutional amendment providing for a
single presidential term of six years.
O'Gormau was assigned to the com
mittee on .foreign relations in place of.
he lalo Senator Itayucr and other mi
nor committee assignments were, issued.
Smoot Resolution Passed.
Joint resolution introduced by(S'moot
appropriating $72-15 to the Mexican &
Northwestern railroad for transporta
tion of American refugees out of ilcx
eo. was passed.
Towiiscnd introduced, a resolution, of
regret at tho death of Representative
Wcdemeyer of Michigan nnd the senate
adjourned out of respect to his memory
until Monday at noon.
All tho witnesses for tho defense ex
cept Judgo and Mrs. Archbald were
hoard in tho impeachment, trial today.
They corroborated previous testimony
in the main.
Debate resumed on Indiaji bill.
Bathrick of Ohio introduced a bill to
provide a. systom of farm loans. Ho pro
poses that tho government under regu
lations to be prescribed by tho treasury,
shall issue bonds and. make loaus on
farm lands at not moro than 4 por
i erit interest and tho bonds not moro
than 4 per cent. The bill provides for
tho creation in tho treasury department
of a bureau of farm loans.
Committees Flood of Virginia named
o succeed Sulzer as chairman house
committee on foreign affairs.
Tho senate committee on agriculture
icard officials from eight southern
states in support of the .-j;300,000 ap
nropriation to eradicate tho cattlo tick.
I Three Killed in Explosion.
SAN LUIS ODISPO. Cal., Jan. A.
Ti.rcc Southern Pacific section hands at
A Vila. Cal., were killed today by an explo
iton of dynamito and one was fatally n
ircd. The bodies were torn to Hhreds,
71 accident occurred on a rocky bluff,
''he men tamped down a heavy blast and
fd it. Above them on a ledge was 100
winds of dynamite unconfincd. The
t-hol exploded the looso dynamite.
I Salt Lake City Druggist
K. U. Matins, Druggist. VZ rfo. Main
. deserves praise from Salt Lake City
people for introducing hero the simplo
i u-ktliorn bark and glycerine mixture,
i uown as Adler-i-ka. This simple Gor
man reinery first became famous by
iinng appendicitis and it has now
ooeu discovered that. A SINGLE DOSE
relieves sour stomach, gas on the stom
ach and constipation INSTANTLY,
it's quick action is a big surprise to
'oplc. Ad crtiFcment.)
Why Endure Pimples
I and Blackheads?
If you wish a skin clear of
pimples, blackheads and
other annoying eruptions,
begin today the regular use
of Cuticura Soap assisted by
Cuticura Ointment. No
other method is so agreeable,
so often effective and so eco
nomical. TREATMENT : Gentlv
smear the affected parts with
Cuticura Ointment, on the
end of the finger, but do not
rub. Wash off the Cuticura
Ointment in five minutes
with Cuticura Soap and hot
water and continue bathing
for some minutes. This
treatment is best on rising
and retiring. At other times
use Cuticura Soap freely for
the toilet and bath, to assist
in preventing inflammation,
irritation and clogging of the
pores, the common cause of
i these distressing facial erup
dons and other unwholesome
conditions of the complexion
T ntri net trarthra taVtl Ttrt tT7 tVfm, AV
Bjaaaj Ihoucii vili trnrrwhrn; )IbrJ eapioc OclWr
Boip and Olnlonnl will b mlU4fr. wtfi St,
book. A4Hrr "Oatlon,1 Dept. If. Helton,
1 SS-7fia4rr-UKd rns than (a comfort with Owtl
Boj Bkrrlnx Btlai. Liberal aajU izm.
:50iD BY DRUGGISTS mmmi
Lightweight boxing champion of tho world, who is coming to tho Empross
theater next week.
WILL PROCURE BAIL
Haywood Confident Most of
Men Will Be Released; Lo
cal Leaders Busy.
V. D. Haywood, national organizer of
tho Industrial Workers of the World, ar
rived In Salt Lake last night. He will
lecture on labor problems In Unity hall
tomorrow night. When asked about the
project of raising ball for tho labor lead
ers who were convicted in the dynamite
conspiracy trial last week In Indianapolis,
Mr. Haywood said:
"The ball totals Jl,100,000 and Ik an
onormouB sum, of course, to secure. But
I ibelleve that the majority of the men
will get their ball within tho next wook
or ton days. Tho great difficulty lies In
tho fact that the homes of tho men are
scattered from coast to coast. Tho labor
organization In the home cities of most
of tho mori are taklnf: the matter up,
however, and I think they will ralso the
required ball for most of tho men."
When asked whether ho knew of any
action here to Bocure the 560,000 ball re
quired to procure Munsey's freedom, tho
labor leader said: "I have not been in
touch with any of the labor officials here,
having JuBt arrived tonight from Denver,
and until I talk with them I could not
say what In being done. And not being
an official of tho American Federation
of Iabor, I personally have nothing to
do with securing tho bonds. However,
T do think that most of tho men will be
out within a short time, pending tho ap
peal to the United States court of ap
peals. "1 believe that the appeal will -be
granted and a new trial ordered, and 1
think that the men will be acquitted on
another trial. Tho verdict of the Jury
In Indianapolis was unjust and unwar
ranted. Men coming from entirely dif
ferent parts of tho country wore con
victed on all of tho counts by the jury,
when, I bellevo, it Is evident thai they
could not have all been guilty of the
Mr. Haywood made a number of in
quiries concerning tho Bingham strike
and tho outcome, but made no comments.
He said he would touch upon the recent
trial In Indianapolis In his speech tomor
row night and -would also discuss the
necessity of one big union embracing all
labor. He will leave Tuesday for Los
Organized labor mon throughout Utah 1
are trying to raife funds to furnish a
ball bond for Munsey, according to I-L
R. Bernsdors, state organizer for tho In
dustrial Workers of the World. Mr.
Benifidors last night said he had infor
mation that strenuous efforts were be
ing made to have the business agent of
the International Association of Bridge
and Structural Iron Workers released.
After Munsey and thirty-seven othor
labor leaders- were sentenced on charges
of conspiracy and interstate transporting
of dynamite, counsel for the defense ap
plied for a new trial and secured a
supersedeas for their release under bond.
The ball necessary to get Munsey out is
TO MEET JUL III
The annual meeting of the Utah News
paper association will be held at the
Commercial club Monday, January 13. at
10 o'clock in the morning. After tho
morning session, adjournment will be
taken until 6:30 in the evening, when the
members will bo entertained in tho din
ing Toom and Governor Sprv will deliver
an address. Following are the pro
grammes for tho two sessions;
Morning Regular order of business, in
cluding election of officers; "Hints on
tho Making of a Country Newspaper,"
C. E. Hulflh of the Eureka Reporter:
,',l.?.vf to Get and Collect Subscriptions,'
WilkJo Blood of the Logan Republican,
"Proposed Newspaper Legislation." II, C.
Hicks of tho Provo Post: "Can We Land
the Big Advertisers How?" by Charles
England of the Logan Journal.
Evening Vocal solo, Horace Ensign:
toast, Governor William Spry, toast, A.
N. McKay of The Salt Lake Tribune:
toast, Judge William H. King: toast,
Tho Newspaper Man," Jacob Coleman:
vocal solo. Mrs. I. H. Masters.
IN DAVIS COUNTY
Officials of the Bamberger road report
ed last night that the worst windstorm
on record was racing in Davis county,
wires wcro down and traffic hold up all
the way from Bountiful to Layton. The
first Herious damago camo at about 10
o clock. Lanrc forces of men were sent
out In an effort to resiiino traffic but
Ia nour ,a8t n'sht the trains were
etlll held up and the wind blowlnc eo
strong that It was impossible to work to
Street car nervice In Salt Lake City
was also seriously affected. A car that
left Main street for Holllday at c-M
o clock yesterday evening had not re
turned at midnight and a car was held
at Fifteenth East and Eleventh South
streets from 7 o'clock until after mid
night. In aomo places on the Hollidav
line, according to the reports, tho snow
wan drifted to a depth of six feet, tho
heavy wind filling the cuts as fast vl
the enow was cleared away.
Wales Socioty to Meet.
The Sons and Daughters of Wales
society wil plvc a concert and dance
in Social hall Friday nlghU The Im
perial orchentra will furnish music for the
dance and the programme will include
pome of the best local singer. Joseph
G;I?J7vsUcr wln deliver an addreKS cm
ENJOY Mf PK
OF TECrSIO BOY'
Large Audiences at Garrick
Laugh Heartity at Famous
Tho evor-popular pranks of " Pock's
Bad J3oy'' urc offered as tho attrac
tion for the coming week, to tho pat
rona of the Garrick theater. Tho ini
tial performances wore very favorably
received yesterday afternoon and
ovening, and tho show promises to add
to tlio rapidly increasing popularity of
the Curtis stock company, which is
playing at the Garrick.
itauy of tho old, familiar jokes
played on "Pa" and "Schultz' which
aro so well known to those who have
read the book, are cleverly played by
Bud Duncan, tho popular "little como
dian qf "Mutt and J off" funic. The
piece is staged in tho grocery store of
tSehultz, where the roguish Henry was
in tho habit o upsotting things. Lew
Dunbar is a hit in the part of Schultz.
Old Man Peck is impersonated by Bou
Boyd, whilo Paisley Noon fills tho
role of Honry's Irish policeman friend.
Hallic Manning, who has established
herself as a Garrick favorite, takos tho
part of Sadie, Henry's "best girl."
Eva Martella is "Ma" Peck and Mar
garet Mamiors is seen in tho role of
"Mrs. Press Button an adventuress,"
whoso particular delight is prying coin
looso from an innocent Gorman named
And the "honey girls" arc still
thoro in fact, they aro very much
"there" with the Garrick "patrons.
Their chorus work is improving each
week and they did much to brighteu
tho escapades of the 'bad boy" last
night. Several popular songs aro in
cluded in tho bill. "Look Out for
Jimmy "Valentine" took well last night
when mmg by Bnd Duncan and his
pretty 4 'burglar" chorus. Margarot
Manners scored a hit with "Whon J
Get You Alono Tonight," assisted by
tho spotlight man and tho "honey
Beginning nest Saturday tho com
pany will offer "They Loved a Las
sie. There will be a chorus girls'
contest Friday evening. The pro
grammes also promiso that Bud Duncan
will jircsont Jeff in "Mutt and
Jeff" in the near future, and Garrick
patrons aro looking forward to this at
traction with intorcst, as it was in that
role that Duncan made his reputation
as a comedian.
WILL CELEBRATE ON
CENTRAL PACIFIC DAY
D. I j. Cecil will leave tomorrow night
to attend the exercises at Sacramento.
Cal.. commemorating tho beginning of
work on the Central Pacific railroad.
Ground was broken for that great project
on January S. 1SGS, at Front and K
streets, Sacramento. Mr. Cecil was with
tho Central Pacific company for thlrtj'
five years in its early history', and ho
anticipates a pleasant reunion on tho oc
casion of the anniversary.
It 13 proposed suitably to observe the
anniversary next Wednesday, and the
committee having the observance In
charge has invited the co-operation of
tho commercial organizations and citi
zens of Sacramento.
A suitable memorial will be unveiled,
marking tbe spot where ground was first
broken. There will bo addresses by Dr.
David Starr Jordan and other prominent
PAY LAST TRIBUTE TO
WILLIAM O. NORRELL
Funeral services for William O. Wor
rell, who died at his residence. No. 4
Tuck apartments, Thursday evening, of
pneumonia, were held at the funeral
chnpcl of O'Donneli & Co. yesterday at
12-30 o'clock. Tho Rev. P. A. Slmpliln
preached the funeral sermon, and music
was furnished by Joseph Poll, who sang
throe solos. "Beautiful Isle of Some
where," "Some Day, Somewhere" and
"Christian's Good Night."
Thn pallbearers were W. II Mitchell,
Frank Godbc. George Wood. C. IT. Den
halter, Max Beaver and Steve Golding.
Many friends woro in attendance and the
floral tributes wero numerous and heau
tifui. Interment was In Mount Olivet
REX THEATER HAS
The dramatization of Dion Bouclcnult's
late story. "The Long Strike." will be
the feature subject at the Rex theater
today. Monday and Tuesday. "Tho Long
Strike" Is perhaps ono of the most sen
sational pictures ever produced. In it
an escaping sailor Is 3ecn to dive slxtv
feet from tho top of an ocean liner. A
reckless ride Is made by a locomotive
engineer in an effort to save- tbe prison
er, who Is on trial for murder. The
flashes from the chase to the court room,
where the members of the Jury are in
pesslon. keep tho Interest at top notch.
Eesidcs these there will be four more
very interesting pictures on the bill.
KIRK AND HIS SLED
DUE THIS MORNING
Victor Kirk of Sandy has promised to
arrive in Salt Lake City with his motor
cycle sled at 10 o'clock this forenoon.
He will be entertained hero by the mem
bers of tho Salt Lake Motorcycle club
and this nfternoon the members of tho
club will escort him back to Sandy, leav
ing the club rooms at 222 South West
Temple street at 1 o'clock.
The license nHuatlon will bo rcportrd ,
at tho next regular meeting of the Hub,
to he held n th club rooms Friday evening
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WILSON ENJOYS 01
Works Five Hours in His
Study and Then Walks
Briskly for an Hour.
By International Nrews Service.
PRINCETON, N. J., Jan, 4. President
elect Wilson worked away In his study
for flvo consecutive hours on letters and
documents of state and then swung out
Into the open air today for a brisk hour's
exercise. He was not disturbed by call
ers throughout the day and seemed re
lieved that ho had been able to do a lit
tle quiet researoh work by himself.
The governor walked vigorously. Tie
stopped here and there to greet friends,
called at tho postofflce to mall somo let
ters and hiked out to tho outskirts of
town. On the way back ho directed hie
course through the university over which
for so many years ho had presided. It
was apparent that the old scenes were
very dear to him.
"How I wish I had been an architect!"
he exclaimed once, as he cast his eye
over the beautiful architectural scnemo
of tho university, said to bo unparalleled
on this side of the ocean.
"That Ib native stone over there," he
said, as he pointed with his cane to
Cuyler hall, being erected in memory of
Cornelius C. Cuyler, '78, a classmate of
Governor Wilson, killed In an automobile
accident in France two years ago. The
president-elect explained the construc
tion and purposes of all tho buildings to
the correspondents who walked with him.
"It lias been said that the buildings
of Princeton aro planned for fifty years
ahead," one of the correspondents told
"1'es," said the governor, enthusias
tically, "that's true, us 1 helped plan
On the way home the governor dropped
In at a hardwaro store. Ife insisted
that tho other patrons be waited on
ahead of him. Then ho bought a ball
of twine for household use. tried It to
see If it was strong and continued on
Tomorrow the president-elect will
spend at homo.
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DE WOLF HOPPER 1
THE DII1CE COURT
Fourth Matrimonial Venture
of the Comic Opera Star
By International News Service.
N13W YORK'. .Ian. 4. Mrs. JSIIcn fter-gon-Hoppcr,
known on tho stage as Nel
la Bergen, began an action for absolute
divorce against Do WolT Hopper, the
comic opera star, today before Supreme
Court Justice Scuddor in the Nassau
county court. The bill of particulars wnn
figned by John F. Craven, who made
afildavlt that Hopper committed lndlH
crotloiiH whilo In his company in July
last. No children have resulted from the
marriage and Mrs. Hopper asks for no
alimony. No defense was interposed by
tho comedian. Justice Scuddcr reserved
Mrs. Nclla Bcrgon-FIopper Is tho fourth
wlfo of Do Wolf Hopper. He married
his first wlfo In Ohio before he entered
upon his stage career, but later divorced
and married Ida Mosher. a member or
the old McCall Opera company, of whlcn
Hopper was leading man. Another di
vorce verdict made It possible for Hop
per to marry the diminutive Edna Wal
lace. At this time it was believed he
was engaged to murry Delia Fox. Edna i
Wallace lied her husband'B company
while thoy were playing "El Ca'pltan.
and was granted a divorce. Mrs. Nclla
Bergen was named co-respondent. Sho
was the divorced wife of James Bergen,
an actor. Sho and Hopper wcro marriod
in London on October 2, 1890. 1
Hopper's matrimonial affairs have al
ways been a standing Joko at tho Lambs'
club. A number of years ago, after hl3
fourth plunge, it was eald there that the;
club was arranging a football match be- 1
tween the comedian's ex-wives and his
ex-wives' husbands. Hopper has also
been the butt of much good naturod rail
lery on the mntrlmonlal race between
himself, Lillian Russell and Nat Good
win. A great deal of speculation is on at
present a to who will bo tho fifth wife
of the much-married Do Wolf Hopper-Tit
Mrs. Borgcn-Hopper trots her decree.
OF FALL INVALID
Governor of New Mexico Obtains
Opinion of Legal Advisor;
Legislature to Yole Again.
SANTA FJE, N. M.f .7 an. 4. In an
opinion jrivon Gov. W. C. AtcTJoualcl to
day by Summers Burkhardt, the gov
ernor's legal advisor, it is pointed out
that tbo second election of Senator Al
bert B. Fall by the first stato legisla
ture nt its initial session a year ago
was invalid and that to comply with
the jjrovisious of the stato constitu
tion and the federal statutes governing
the election of United Stacs senators,
tho session of tho legislature which
convenes January 14 must proceed to
elect a successor to Senator Pall for
the term beginning March 4. next.
Tho opinion, made public today, con
firms rumors persistently circulated
the past several weeks that the coming
legislature would be called on to settle
the senatorial controversy showing out
of the second election of Senator Fall
;just boforc that body cloned its session
Governor McDonald refused at tho
time to issuo a certificate of olection
to Senator Fall, and the senate com
mittee on privileges and elections has
never passed on tho legality of his
FRAUD WAS USED
Southern Pacific Will be Unable
to Collect Judgment Against
LOS ANGELES, Cal., Jan. . Charg
ing that tho Southern Pacific Railroad
company has been guilty of a legal fraud
In Its manipulation of the California De
velopment company, an irrigation con
cern in the Imperial valley. Judge Waltor
Bortlwell of the superior court rendered
a decision today which prevents the rail
road company collecting a Judgment for
S1.SOO.000 until claims aggregating Sl,
00,000 against the irrigation company
have been paid.
According to tho decision, the develop
ment company's property. Including a
great irrigating canal system, will be
sold and of the proceeds the bondhold
ers will bo paid $000,000 and the New
Liverpool Salt company of San Fran
cisco $600,000. Tho Southern Pacific may
then collect the residue on Its Judgment
obtained In MOD.
Judge Bordwell charged that after ob
taining control of the development com
pany in 1905 the Southern Pacific ma
nipulated the property so a3 to transfer
to Itself certain of the assets to liquidate
its own claims to the exclusion of out
Pool Rooms Raided.
SAN FRANCISCO. Jan. 4. Ton sup
posed pool rooms were raided here to
day in compliance with orders of Chief
of PolIce'Whlte and 225 proprietors and
employees were arrested. They wero re
leased on 550 cash bail.
One of the first places raided was that
of Tom Corbett. brother of tho former
heavyweight champion pugilist, where
fifteen men were taken Into custody.
Corbett was out of town, but his man
ager, Charley Harvey, was among those
arrested Twenty-five men wero arrested
at the resort of Maurice Ttosondorn.
She Darkened Her
Gray Hair .
A Kansas City Lady Darkened Her
Gray Hair and Stimulated Its
Growth by a Simplo
She Tells How She Did It.
Mra. A. Biggan. a well known resi
dent of Kansas Citv, Mo., who dark
ened her gray hair "by a simplo home
process, mado the following statement:
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their gray or faded hair, stimulate
its growth nnd make it soft and glossy
with this simplo recipe, which they
can mix at home: To half pint o'f
water add J oz. of bay rum. 1 small box
of Barbo Compound and ft oz. of gv
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cost. Apply to the hair twice a woek
until the gray hair is darkened suf
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and is excellent for dandruff and fall
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nib off. It will mako a ray haired
person look 20 to 20 years younger." I
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National Junior Champion
ships of Amateur Athletic
Union Attract Crowd.
NKW YORK. Jan. 4. The national in
door Junior championships of the Ama
teur Athletic Union of ihe United States
were decided tonight at tho Twenty-Hcc-ond
regiment armory, and the Irish
American A. C. won ihe point score with
23 and the New York. A- C. wus second
with 20 points.
An Incident occurred during the one
mile walk which caused President Harry
W. Filzpatrlck of the South ausociatlon,
who is ono of tho vice presidents of the
Amateur Athletic union, to declare that
If his disqualification for unfairness was
not rectliled ho would resign from the
Amateur Athletic union. After going
about one-fifth of the distance, Fltz
pa trick, who was one of tho contestants,
was cautioned by John T. Norton, one
of tho Judges, and finally taken out for
running. Fitzpatrlck fald that the Judgo
failed to warn him according to the rules
and he will protest tho disqualification
to tho national body.
Tho twelve-pound shot put was won
by L. A. Whitney of Dartmouth, who
finished third to McDonald and Itoso in
the Olympic games at Stockholm. Ills
distance was 51 feet 51 Inches, with J.
Heed Klinatrlck. a former Yale foot
hall captain, second and W. C. Maxflcld,
Mcrcersburg academy, third. Charles J5.
Brlckley, tho Harvard football half
back, finished fourth With itt feet Si
Homor Baker, Now York A. C, won
the 1000-yard run In 2:1S 2-5 and the
two-mllo championship was taken easily
by M. A. Dovanney, tho Irish-American
A. C in 0:45 3-5.
Harry Barwlse, Boston A. C, cleared
C foot In the running high Jump and
won. ID. D. Ernes of New York won the
standing high Jump. H. A. Lovell, Irish
American A. C, won the slxty-j-ard high
hurdles In :S 3-5. with W. Trenholm,
Now York A. C. second and W. ID. Pot
ter, Yale, third.
FARM LOANS AT
Ohio "Representative Introduces a
Bill in Line "With Tad's
WASHINGTON. Jan. 4. Government
Joans on farm mortgages at low interest
rates were proposed in a bill today by
Representative Batherick of Ohio. The
plan outlined is to attain tho same ob
ject as the "rural credits" system pro
posed by President Taft.
The bill would provide for the estab
lishment of a bureau of farm loans in
tiie treasury department, with a loan
commissioner appointed by tho president.
The secretary of the treasury would be
authorized to raise funds for loaning to
"bona fide tillers of the soil" on tnrm
mortgages, by tho Issue of government
bonds at not to exceed 4 per cent Inter
est. Tho loans would be mado on farms
on which at least one-half must be under
Applications for loans would be made
to the commissioner, who would certify
to the value of tho property, to be ascer
tained by the owner and appraisers ap
pointed by the commissioner, to the sec
retary of the treasury, who would loan
not to exceed 00 per cent of the value
of the land on a mortgage made out to
the secretary of the treasury at not more
than 14 per cent Interest.
Tho bill would exempt both mortgages
and bonds issued under the act from
taxation, and proposes nn appropriation
of 5100,000 for the installation of the
COLD WAVE SPREADING
OVER ENTIRE COUNTRY
WASHINGTON. Jan. 1 A cold wavo
with zero temperatures will spread over
almost tho entire country within the next
three days, a special bulletin of the
weather bureau announced today. Tho
northwest will feel the cold almost im
mediately and will bo hardest hlu Tho
extreme cold will spread quickly to the
eastward and southward, extending
through tho east gulf and south Atlantic
states within three days.
Indications of tho coming zero weather
made their appearance over Alaska and
the north Pacific this morning in an area
of pronounced high pressure, the first of
the present winter. Areas of low press
ure prevail over the soutli Pacific and
Interior of tho country. In this combina
tion of atmospheric conditions weather
experts sec the first general cold weather
of tho winter over the United Suites.
Just what degree of cold may be ex
pected, experts today eald they could not
stato with precision, but It was probable
the temperatures would not Le unusually
low. excopt over tho northweyt nnd cen
tral west, where they will be below zuro,
especially in the northwest,
BOSTON MAYOR TAKES
PITY ON AUTO OWNERS
BOSTON, Jan. 4. With announcement
of an increase In tho retail price of
gasoline to 25 ccntK a, iralion, taking ef
fect today. Mayor John I Fitzgerald de
clared he had Instructed the commission
er of the public works department to
estimate the cost of erecting somewhere
in the heart of tho city a bf; tank from
which owners of automobiles might be
supplied at wholesale prices. Twenty-flvo
centa a gallon Is twice, tho prico here a
year ago, the mayor declares.
MAJOR GENERAL WOOD
ANNOUNCES HIS STAFh;
WASHINGTON. Jan. 4. Major Gen
eral Leonard Wood, grand marshal of the
Inaugural parade, today announced his
etaff as follows:
Colonel E. St. John Grcbel. vlco chair
man of the committee on military orKan
itatlon: Colonel H. T. Allan, chief of
staff: Colonel H. C. Hodges. Jr.. adjutant
general; Lieutenant John C. IT. Loe. sec
retary; Major General W. W. Wothcr
spoon. commander of the regular army
division, including the West Point ca
dets. Brigadier General A. 1. Mills, mar
shal of the militia division.
The commander of the naval contin
gent ban not bren selected
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which doesn't apreo with tV
what they cat lays lilto lead, fj
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BEGUN FOR iq C
SAN FRANCISCO. Jan. . Tl
dcrous machinery of tho stato wa
upon today to adjudicate a 69
lodged with the railroad com
charging that the American
company exacted an ftxeesa f
cent3 on a shipment from Ml!
Mr. D. P. Jones of Los Angel
total amount involved is 40 cent
Tho complaint recites that tl
ment was prepaid 30 cents, but 1
livery was refused until 10 ceni
tional was collected and that tl
pany made no explanation or da
the additional charge, merely '
that such collections woro custom
CLAPP DESIRES TOi
EXTEND THE INQ
Washington! jan7 4,cj
Clapp of the committee Inve
campaign funds asked the senat
to enlarge tho Investigation of b
mittee to Include tho presidents
palgn of 1JU2. He said that oh
committee bo empowered to da
the last presidential fight the ptx
was that we will tako some test
Senator Oliver, one of the men
the committee, objected to conflii
of tho amendment and it went 01
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