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. 2 THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, MONDAY MORNING, JANUARY 6, 1913. J,
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IH WORKERS MAY
GET OUTIS WEEK
Secretary McClory Starts: for
Leavenworth With Blank
ACCUSE ALL CONCERNED
Chicago Federation -of Labor
Adopts Resolutions Regard
ing Result of Trial.
I INDIANAPOLIS, Jan. b. As an .m
mediate . step toward procuring bai I for
the thirty-two members olbc In"jrd
national Association of Bridgo one
structural Irpn Workers now In tho leu
cral prison at Leavenworth. Ki )' l'r
McCIory, Acilng 8ecrctary-treiiarer oi
thfi union, departed for vcKhbSnd
aftcrm . taking with him b lank bona
applications. McClory did not rtiscusa
h x plans othrr than to say that . 1
taking blanks to tho prisoners foi their
"'SfccSry -intimated, hoover, that : prag
Ucaily sufficient money or securities had
"con pledged to obtain , the o release of ah
the prisoners except H'81. K
who has announced that ho wm inakc n
anneal. Tne funds have been raised prin
cipally among labor unions and it is
believed that tho Imprisoned Iron work
ers will be released this week
The announcement by V.n,t??mi? h?t
District Attorney Charles V. l or
h. would mako no light on Indemnified
bonds or Hccuritles located outaldo or
this state, provided they were satisfac
tory in other respects, has simpllned the
matter for the defendants" attorneys and
thev hope to have the necessary
OTO.'OOO or Its equivalent for -tno release
of all the prisoners by the middle of
the week at the latest. The time re
quired In getting tho bonds signed and
approved by Federal Judge A. B. An
derson, who heard the trial. Probably
will delay freedom lo tho men until tne
rnd of tho week. , .
Mrs. Philip A. Cooley and Mrs. Frank
J. Hlgglns- wives of two of tho con
victed dvnamltc conspirators, paid today
that thv had received word to rnmain
hero until their husbands Joined them.
CHICAGO, Jan. fi. Resolutions adopt
od today by the Chicago Federation of
Labor condemned the entire procedure
by which thirty-three labor leaders wera
convicted in Indlanapolln of participation
In a nation-wide "dynamite conspiracy.''
Federal Judge Albert B. Anderson, the
government agente and tho Jury wore
included In the .sweeping condemnation,
which tho conservative element in the
organization vainly opposed.
Principal among the 6ta.tem.jnt6 In the
resolutions wore "the following:
"Pro&cutlon of tho union leadera was
based on 'trumped up charged.'
"Judgo Anderson was partial in favor
of the prosecution. , ....
"The Jury was prejudiced against the
defendants and wan influenced by gov
"The case was an attempt of the gov
ernment to crush- organized labor by
'railroading' Its chiefs."
The full text of the resolutions was not
Tho resolutions did not go through
without a light. Edwin R. Wright, presi
dent of the minora State Federation of
Labor, begged tho delegates to "look
before they leaped."
"There Is no need for haste." ho said.
"This matter can bo delayed two wcoks
without harm, -whereon organised labor
may be Injured irretrievably by the adop
tion of those resolutions In their prcsont
form. Organized labor was not on trial
at Indianapolis. Organized labor does not
approve of Die acts of violence of which
these men aro charged."
John Fltzoatrlok, presldont. and Ed-1
ward NockelH, secretary of tho federation.
wro leaders in the fight for tho reso
lutions. "There Is not a labor union man In
tho United States who believes those
men woro guilty." declared NockolH. "I
object to po3tponlntr for another day
formal disapproval of tin tactics pur
sued by tho government at Indianapo
lis." Tho resolution." plodtro the loyalty of
h"c federation and Its affiliated unions tr
tho. convicted men. An assessment of
i'vo cent "ncr capita to rnlso a fund of
about 4000 for the assistance of the
convicted men's families was planned.
WILL PRAY FOR
By International Ncw3 Service.
NEW YORK, Jan. 5. "Prayers for suf
frage" is the latest plan of tho suffrage
leaders of this country who aro follow
ing in tho footsteps of tho English suf
fragette?. Dr. Anna Shaw, president of
tho National Suffrago association, in ad
vooatlng dally noonday prayers for the
next three years. Dr. Shaw hold a Meth
odist pastorate for several years.
"If tho thousands of suffragists of New
York state," she said, "would agreo to
offer an earnest prayer for tho cause, ev
ery day at noon, T am euro It would help
enormously. It -would also benefit those
who pray, strengthening them in their
work. It would also have a good Influence
on the legislators."
Several suffrago leaders who indorsed
Dr. Shaw's plan said they would have
flvc-minute prayer meellngB every day
"I think It is a splendid Idea," said Mrs.
Marcla Townsend, treasurer of tho wom
an's political union. "I bcllovo In prayer.
1 think It would help."
I Feel the. Cold 4,
I for coffee contains caf- 2j
I feme, a drug that irritates rfZf
I the nerves and weakens, the Jp
I ' heart.
I Thousands of former coffee drinkers
I now enjoy
I Better Heath, '
I Warmth and !
H By drinking
A pure food-drink, nmch resranbling high-grade I
Java in color, taste and aroma, but a "builder"
H instead of a nerve destroyer.
"There's a Re&scri
H Pctixm Cereal Co., Ltd.. Battle Greet, MJcBgan
I TIM WARD
Large Number Assemble in
Felicitous Gathering; Ad
dresses and Songs. j
The Twenty-seventh ward meeting
house. Fourth avenuo and P street, last
night was tho sccno of a genuine, happy
"homecoming" of mcmbors of tho Mor
mon church who now reside or formerly
were included in the ward. Not only
members, but also their many friends,
responded to tho general invitation that
had been Kent forth. The programme
was enjoyed by about 500 persons.
In tho congregation wero many men
and women whoso silver locks, deter
mined countenances and general mien
gave proof that the ward has to Its
credit a number of pioneers who crossed
tho plains in early days, and who had
now again gathered to exchange congrat
ulations and review the growth and de
velopment of tho, early day settlement
Into a great city. . Thoro were four gen
erations there, und tho representatives
of each enjoyed tho "homecoming" to
the fullest extent.
Walter Wright, president of tho ward's
Young Men's Mutual Itnnrovemcnt asso
ciation, presided. After the hymn. "Come,
Come. Ye Saints." had been sung by
the ward choir and the congregation.
Bishop James Maxwell delivered a short
address of welcome. Responses wero
given by Dr. James 13. Talmaso. W. H.
King, E. G. Woolloy and Miss Daisy Dun
combe. Tho speakers pointed out tho
wisdom of "homecomings." setting forth
tho purposes and expected results of
such gatherings relative lo the social
and religious welfare of tho ward's mem
borphlp. They also touched upon the his
tory of the ward and tho achievements
of Its members.
An Interesting feature was the read
ing of letters from young men of the
ward who are now engaged In missionary
work in the four corners of the world.
Theso letters told of their experiences in
foreign lands and tho progress of their
work, congratulating the ward on the
"homecoming," and expressing pleasure
in anticipation of being able to attend
future functions of the kind as soon as
they were released from their missionary
The programme was lntcrspcrspd with
excellent musical numbers, rendered for
the most part by ward talent. Amone
those who contributed to the musical
features wero Florence A. Wadsworth.
Ruby Morlcv Childs. Parley Hnrtwell.
Miss Haiti Coombs. Miss Mvrllc Palmer.
Miss Altn Monson. Miss Lillian Monson
Johnny West. Annlo Meyers Baumpart
and Lucv Grant Cannon. Nollln Allen
Talmagu gave a reading.
Tho nrogramme closed with the an
them, "Awaku and Arise." nung bv the
ward choir, after which tho congregation
spent an hour or more shaking hands,
renewing former acquaintances and ex
changing humorous stories, narratives of
early days and compliments of the season.
MINER AND HIS SON
ENTOMBED IN SHAFT
WALSENBURG. Colo.. Jan. 5 Though
more than sixty hours has elapsed since
Rlcnard Snicdden. a 50-year-old miner,
and his lG-year-old son. William, were
pocketed in tho Alliance mine by hji ava
lanche of earth and rock, tho rescuing
squads havo failed to reach them.
The rescuers havo been working In con
tinuous shifts of ten men each ever since
the accident occurred. It is now feared
that neither of them will' be alive when
the chambor in which they aro imprisoned
BY FUTILE FLIGHT
Thomas LaCrosg, a convict who was
forking on the public roads in Wash
ington, county at a point about twenty
miles north of St George. madc his cs
capo faaturday at noon and covered six
loen miles across tho hills before ho
was overtaken and captured by the
guards. Warden Arthur Pratt received
a telegram yesterday In which it was
wiaiecl that tho man was captured and
, i iJ?e c,05ely watched. Warden Pratt
caid that he probably would send for
LaCross in a day or two.
,iif.Coss convicted in tho Third
district court February 18.- 1000, of a
felony and sentenced to serve ten years
in the state penitentiary. Ho will lose
about eighteen months of "copper" that
was marked to his credit by his act in
trying to get away, as ho had not been
troublesome beforo according to Warden
1 WEATHER FORECAStT
Weather forecast for Salt Lake City
and state of Utah: Monday fair? con
tinued cold: Tuesday fair, not qSlto So
Ci?haanuiry?'13:er dala at Salt Lake
Highest temperature today was II! de
Sfne!iwst nrature in this month
felnco lSli was 60 degrees; lowest temper
ature last night was 7 degrees: lowest
temperature this month since 1S74 was
20 degrees below zero; mean temperature
for today was 10 degrees: normal temper
ature was 28 degrees: accumulated de
ficiency slnco tho first of tho month is
Relative humidity at 6 a. in. today was
SO per cent: relative humidity at G p. m.
today was 70 nor cent.
Total precipitation for iho twenty-four
bonrs ending, at G r. m. was. none: total
precipitation for this month to date is.
.Oi of an inch: accumulated deficiency
for- this month to date is. .13 of an Inch;
total precipitation since January 1 to date
is. .07 of an Inch.
Sun rises 7:53 iu m.; sun seta 5:15 d. m.
. WEATHER OBSERVATIONS.
Station. E Jr
; ?" g
SALT LAKE Q 13 tHoo
Boise ig is jo .00
Cheyeano 10 8 s .00
Chicago 2S 8 20 .02
Denver e 0 0 14
Des Moines (.... 10
Dodge City l jg
VrtMh 1 2 1 1. . GO
Durango $ is IS .01
Grand Junction 12 ic 10 16
Havre v --20 5 00
Helena t 2f 10 .'OO
TruLon 'm 6 8 .00
Jacksonville r,o 70 50 00
Kansas City n o 1 .06
Lander 5h 1 $ .00
Los Angeles u 4s .00
Modfna 6 12 g .00
Moorhcad lot 10 is "on
.New Orleans 6SI 7C 5S! .00
New York 3SI 40 301 .00
North Platte 0 2 Ol AG
Oklahoma 201 2S 221 .00
Pboenix 3S -10 o4l .00
Pocatello S S 0 .00
Portland. Ore. SO 30 2(1 .no
Rapid City 10I ( t! .00
Roscburtr 231 32 201 .00
San Dlftffo -HI i: 20 .01
St. Louis 32J o2 22: .02
St. Paul o 0 6' .00
San FranciDco i0 10 3Sj .00
Seattle "... sol 32 221 .00
Sheridan , I 16 it 2i' .f
Spokane ) iI W 101 M
Tonopah I f,r 0' .00
Washington ' .15' 44 .i-o
WIlHatcn ." U If 2 .'
Winncmuc ....... Ui 16 2 .00
I Indicates below zero.
TINKERS BUI II
Pi TARIFF TODAY
(Continued from Pago One.)'
charged that tho previous "ways and
means committee gathered nothing but
ex-parto testimony and paid no attention
to tho plalntn of tho general public.
When the propoaed tariff bill, or bills,
reaches the floor of tho houce Important
changes may bo made. In spite of the
Democratic tendency to reduce tho tar
iff, each representative ie goliu; into tho
fray with a determined offort to pro
topt tho Industries or hia own "district.
Some of those equahblea will find dyed-In-thc-wood
standpatters llnlnc: up With
the most pronounced radicals ln an of
fort to obtain concessions for industries
In which they may both happen to be In
terested. The extra session which is' to talfo up
tariff rovlslon probably will last late Into,
Order of Schedules.
The programme for tho committee
hearings, which start tomorrow, is aa fol
r January 0 Schedule A Chemicals. oll&
January 8 Schedule. B 'Earthenware
January 10 Schedule C Manufactures
January 1.1 Schedulo D Wood and
manufactures; and schedule L. silk and
January 13 Schedule E Sugar and
manufactures: and schedulo H. opirlts
wines and beverages. .
January 17 Schedule F Tobacco and
manufactures: and schedule M. pulp, pa
per and books.
January 20 Schedule G Agricultural
products and provisions.
January 2 Schedule L Cotton and
January 21 Schedule J Flax, hemp
and Jute and manufactures.
January 27 Schedulo K Wool and
January 20 Schedulo N Sundries.
January 31, Frco. list, administrative
provisions and miscellaneous.
Republicans, will occupy a peculiar
placo In the early stages of the tariff ro
vlslon. Of the men who now alt on the
ways ajid mcanH commlttoe. but two Re
publicans Representatives Payne of Now
York and Fordnoy of Michigan will con
tinue over Into the new .congress. Rep
resentatives Dalzoll of Pennsylvania, Hill
of Connecticut. Longworth of Ohio, Mc
Call of Massachusetts and Needham of
California, all prominently lden tilled with
Republican tariff work In the past, will
not be members of the new congress, al
though they will take part In the hear
ings preliminary to the new revision.
Urged by Democratic Leader Under
wood. Speaker Clark and other Demo
crats, President-elect Wilson Is expected
to set the date for the convening of the
extra session about Murch 15. informal
conferences between Mr. Underwood and
Democratic leaders of tho senate will con
tinue. Through these conferences and
consultations with Governor Wilson, It Is
expected that tho dotalls of many of the
bills will bo perfected early In March, so
that tariff revision will start at once
when the now congress assembles.
The Insurance World
Assistant Ilrme Is Promoted.
Edward J. Linne, assistant superin
tendent of the West Coast Life Insurance
company for the Salt Lake district, has
been promoted lo tho superlntendoncy
of tho Tacoma district. This promotion
comes to Mr. Llmio as a recognition of
his excellent work during tho two and
a half years he has been associated with
tho Wfst Coast office in Salt Lake City.
Mr. Llnne formerly resided in tho east,
came .out west to tho land of oppor
tunity, and while he has had .a number
of years of insurance experience, the
West Coast Llfo was the first company
to recognize his ability by advancing him
to the management of a. district, A
number of entertainments have been held
in honor of Mr. and Mrs. LInno and their
son Everett as a' mark of tho high es
teem in which they are held by their
many friends In this city. Mr. Llnne
left for his new field of labor on Friday
last taking with him the best wishes of
the fraternity for continued success and
To Advertise Llfo Insurance.
A nation-wide campaign for advertis
ing life Insurance has been mapped out
by a special committee representing the
National Association of Life Underwrit
ers and will bo put In operation as soon
as the preliminary arrangements can be
completed. It will be recalled that the
movement was adopted at tho recont
meeting of the national association held
in Memphis, Tcnn.
Charles W. Johnson, secretary of the
Houston Real Estate & Investment com
pany, will probably succeed the late J,
W. Houston as president of the com
pany. Frank Wood of the Seoleg- & Co. agency
at Seattle has resigned to go with the
George H. Tyson general agency as spe
cial agont in tho Pacific northwest.
The annual banquet of the Utah As
sociation of Life Underwriters, which oc
curs on the night of January 23,- will
bo hold at the Hotel Utah and not at
the Commercial club, as previously an
nounced. J. Allen Spencer, the efficient secre
tary of the Utah Association of Life
Underwriters, is rejoicing over tho ai
rlval of a son. This its the first, the
Harsh physics react, weaken the
bowelB, cause chronic constipation.
Doan's Bejjulots operate easily, tono
the stomach, cure constipation. 2oc.
Ask your drupffist for them. (Advertisement.
GOLD WAVE EXTENDS
DM EME WEST
Blizzard in Southern Minne
sota; "Below Zero" in' Colo
rado; Traffic Delayed.
ST, PAUL, Minn.. Jan. 5. A heavy
storm is prevailing ovo'r southern Mlrine
eota tonight which, coupled with tho first
severe cold weathor, Is seriously affect
ing railway traffic. Trains on all roads
in thin part of the state arc from one lo
three hours late.
DENVER, Colo., Jan. 5, A temperature
of "below zero" hay fallen upon tho en
tire state of Colorado. All parts of the
stato report tho soverent cold of tho win
ter, though no storms havo so far ap
peared. In" Denver tho .thermometer registered
at from o to 10 below and In Estca Park
20 below. J" other Kcctlons the cold
varied .according to the altitude.
KANSAS CITY. Mo.. Jan. 5. A light
fall of snow and temperatures Vf from
i to 10 degrees above zero today gave
"fsitcrii Missouri and the greater part of
Kanwis the first real touch of winter 01
OMAHA, Neb., Jan. o. With tempera
tures' ranging from 8 above to S below
zero Nebraska Is experiencing tonight
tho first severe storm of tho season. The
cold weather was" accompanied b- a light,
TNDJANAPOLIS, Ind., Jan. 5. Practi
cally the entire state of Indiana was
in the grip today of a severe hall and
sleet storm that Interrupted street ear
and railroad service and made telephone
and telegraph communication uncertain.
Many persons were Injured by falls on
slippery pavements. Among these was
Gcprgd Ade, author and playwright, who
was rondcred unconscious by a fall at
Lafayette. Ind. He was rovlvcd quickly.
FOR MINE IN IDAHO
WALLACE, Idaho. Jan. 5. With tho
aid of noted mining engineers and goolo
glsts, F. Augustus Heinze and other di
rectors of the Stewart Mining company
aro here to begin tomorrow in the dis
trict court a legal battle against the
Ontario Mining company for the pos
session of the Ontario ore body, said to
bo worth $1,000,000.
youngster having made his appearance a
few days before Christmas.
Thomas J. Conroy of San Francisco
has retired from the Joint management
of tho Caledonian Aachen ifc Munich,
Caledonian American & Scotch Under
writers Fire companies and will be suc
ceeded by A. C. Olds as solo manager.
A number of state and county officials
elect have required that their newly ap
pointed deputies furnish corporate 3uroty
bonds and as. a result a number of local
bond offices have been busy the past
week in furnishing tho desired instru
ments. Tt Is confidently expected that tho ap
proaching legislature will deal with a law
requiring all llfo companies that publish
in their policies a statement setting forth
the deposit with tho stato of certain re
serves, be first required to securo the in-,
dorsement of the slate insurance com
missioner. Tho fraternal organizations writing
life lnsuranflS In America have decided
that tho group Insurance plan which is
being pushed by some of the larger life
insurance companies Is hostile to their
Interests and have deslded to oppose it
in the legislatures and through tho in
Former President Joseph Meltzer ot
the Utah Association of Llfo Under
writers, now in Oakland, Cal.. former
President of the National Association
Henry J. Towell of Louisville, Ky., and
the Insuranco Field, remembered their
many friends in Salt Lake and olsc
whero In the state with holiday remem
brances. The address of Insurance Commission
er Dono as given beforo the Minnesota
Conservation congress in Minneapolis last
November, on the subject of "Fire Waste
in tho United States," has been published
in pamphlet form for free distribution by
tho national board of fire underwriters,
New York. The insurance journals
throughout the country- havo spoken
highly of tho address, a number recom
mending that It be printed and sent
Scrofula, with its swollen elands, run
nine sores, inflamed eyelids, cutaneous
eruptions, 3ields to Hood 's Sarsaparilla.
Dr. A. A. Kerr (surgeon) has removed
bis ofllco to 625 Boston bnilding.
Ptnds Sister Eecovering.
Mrs. Jesse Perkins of Montpeller, Ida.,
was called here yesterday on account
of the serious Illness of her sister. Mrs.
Q. B. Kelly. The latter Is out of dan
ger, and Mrs. Perkins will visit with
her for some days before returning to
Por Infanta and Children.
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How often have yon
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these very words, You
evidently have neyer
which gently regulate
your system and stir
your liver to action.
Sugar coated or plaia
-at your druggist.
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Charles Shepherd to Play.
Charles Shepherd, a brilliant young
pianist of this city, and brother of
Arthur Shepherd, will bo one of tho many
artists on th programme at the testi
monial concert to he given Miss F.omanla
llydo at the First Methodist church next
Tuesday n ght. Mr. Shepherd's appear
anca will bo his second here In recent
years. Miss Gates, who will sing, will
be heard here for the last tlmo prior
to her departure for Europe.
Salt Laker iu jNow York.
Special to Tho Tribune.
YORK CITY. Jan. 5. .McAlpIn.
F. W. MacLuman.
Mr. S. H. McCubbln. General Agent for
the Pacific Mutual Life Insurance Com
pany, sends us the following letter:
"Western Fuel Company. City:
"Gentlemen: Herein Is check in
amount ?11.50 to balance December ac
count. "Many thanks for the special efforl
put forth In delivering promptly the or- J
der placed with you yesterday. Servlco
of this kind is to be appreciated. Very
truly yours. S. II. M'CUBBIN "
WESTERN FUEL CO.
W. J. Wolstenholtne. Managing Director
Arthur McFarlauo. Secretary.
KING. HIAWATHA. BLACK HAWK.
Pt-onea. Waaatch 719. Office. 73 S. Main
Blue Wagons Bring Better Coal.
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P teurization. O)
m der it from yoii f
m grocer today,
m Jensen Creamery C
M "The Groat Indopeitdi
Creamery of the Woa'fe
Notice Is hereby given that th(
meotlnp of tho atockholdoro of t
tlnentul Life Insurance & in
company, a Utah corporation t
held at tho offlco or said coma
MeCornlck block. Salt Lake City"
lh Kth day of January, ion
o'clock a. m. lor tho .lollowls
1. To consider and take ucth
tho question of amending that tx
artlclo S of tho articles of hicor
of Eald company, which reads a
"Tho officers of this corporatli
"1. A board of twenty-flve (
tors, seven (7) of whom ehail c
ao that the came when and aah
shall read an follows:
"Tho officers of this corporati
"1. A board of fifteen (15) d
eeven (7) of whom shall conBt
2. For tho purpose of conslds
taking action upon the queBtlon oi
lug article XI. of tho articles
poratton of said company so 1
same when and as amended Baal
"Immediately arter tho electlo
tlccrs to be held In January, 10
shall bo three classes of director
class to consist of flvo (5) momb
first clac3 shall hold offlco for t
of one year, tho Eocond class -a
olflco for tho term of two yearaJ
third class shall hold offlco for t
of three years, and commencing!.'
year 1914 all directors eiocted si
office for tho term of thre ycari
5. For the purpose of electing 1
to Mr any and nil vacancies exl
the board of directors.
4. To elect a president, a. vlij
dent, a secretary and a treasurer,1,
ennulng year. $
C. For1 the purpose of conoldei
taking action upon tho question
pealing, changing, modifying ana".
Ing tho bylaws of this corporatlo
6. To transact such other bu
may legally como before tho mi
President Continental Llfo Inaui
W. v. mca
Secretary Continental Life Insur
Investment Company. V
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