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-j THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 10, 1913. " "
. ROOSEVELT AGIST
I Believes It Would Be Folly to
Try to Combine With
MAKES ATTACK ON TAFT
Declares the Idaho Courts Are
Acting" Along- Lines Upheld j
Hj by (lie President.
H XEW YORK. Jan. 9. Theodore R0020-
H vclt replied todny to n. proposal advanced
Bj by Frank . Munscy yesterday to bring
Kj the Progressive and the Republican pur-
Hj 'lea together. He said;
H "I am simply speaklnjr aa one of tho
H Tien in the ranks of the Prosresalvc
H party. Personally. T stronclv feel that
H ne should no more enter into a combl-
H nation with the Republican machine
1 than with tho Democratic machine. I j
Jirmly believe tlmt all good Progressives
iuio may happen yet to adhero to either
vic Republican party or tho Democratic
party will In the end sec that tho chance
f r honest government and for the prac
'oal achievement of social and indus
trial justice lies In the Progressive party,
w and only in the Progressive party.
1 "tVc welcome all honest men who be-
'l'ec In our principles; if they come in
ilh vim they shall have exactly the share
1 that any other people have of the party
management. I hold that we uro under
,lie ?aine obligations lo ex-Democrats,
like Judge Lindsey and Don Dickinson,
us (o any cx-Republicans.
"To my mind tho whole attitude of
I'ioso at -present responsible for the Icad-
ishlp and management of the Itcpubli
'nn parly shows that, it -would be folly
to try t0 combine with them."
I Quotes Taft Speech.
.Mr. Roosevelt referred to a recent
sTjeech by President Taft. in which he
i'aid "ihc result of the Chicago conven
tion was a triumph for the permanence
of Republican Institutions." Mr. Roose
clt then reviewed tho elections in Ari
zona, Michigan. Indiana, Washington',
California and some other states where
tr-e Progressives received heavy votes,
"Tho triumph for the permanence of
Republican institutions of which Mr. Taft
' "Peal'.- was tho triumph of fraud and
theft, and It was rebuked by the Hgures
I have given above In tho various dis
trlils in which it was perpetrated.
"I'mil the managers of the Republican
party I earn that theft and fraud and
Huindllmr the people and Imposing the
will of tho bosses, when they declare by
a two-lo-onc majority at the primaries
v in the reverse way. is not tho method
' In which to achieve- the triumph of the
I permanence of Republican institutions:
It Is Idle to discuss getting together with
Refers to Idaho.
I Clscwhcre Inl his statement. Mr. Rooso-r-lt
asserted that tho Republicans had
"shown that under the present manage
ment of the party they cannot be trusted
not to cheat, not to swindle.
".Moreover, tho doctrine of the prosent
Republican managers about tho courts
Is being practically applied Just at pres
ent In Jdaho. The courts of Tdaho are
acting along the IIhoh that Mr. Taft,
Mr. Barnes and the other Republican
leaders uphold and defend. The Progres
sh 11s take the same view of the Idaho
'use that Abraham Lincoln took of the
Dre.i Scott case. We take the same vlow
of Justice that Lincoln took, and of tho
rights of Ihc people to be masters of the
(.oiuitltutlon. of tho courts and of the
oongrofs that Lincoln took."
In conclusion, Mr. Roosevelt said
"All honest men who believe In thefc
principles, both as regards the Progres
sive platform and those In accordance
with which we manago the purtv, will
be- welcomed Into our ranks. Wo will
treat them on an entire equality with
ourselves, and will work hand-in-hand
and nioulder-to-.sOuidcr with them for
the betterment of the social. Industrial
and political conditions of this great
ROSTOV. Jan. 9. Resolutions "con
iV. '"I5 tny monosal for amalgamation
Mtb the Republican party were adopted
tjday by the state committee of the
Progressive party of Massachusetts. The
vesohir Ions express the belief "that the
Lopub! can party as at present consti
tuted, is not in sympathy with the prin
ciples of our party: and that any amal
gamation between Uie ProgressU'c party
and the Republican party would' result
in a partial abandonment of these principles.
I GIF iff OF
JERSEY I DIM
(Continued from Pago One.)
ure is thoroughly Democratic, and,
therefore, friendly, he proposes to answer
C olonel Roosevelt and his critics by cor
recting the errors in tho law.
With regard to the selection of the Ba
ses c.avalry troop as his personal escort
at the Inauguration, the designation was
made at the governor's request. This la
a small military organization which will
oc In keeping with the governor's idea
of brevity and simplicity in the Inaugural
t parade. Tho state of New Jersey will
Hend a brigade instead of a division of
I 'Don't try to economize on your coal Till
and then pay out five timeB as much aa
you save in that way for plumbing hills
for repairing the frozon water pipes.
WESTERN FUEL CO.
W. J. Wolstenholme, Managing Director.
Arthur McFarlane, Secretary.
KING. HIAWATHA, BLACK HAWK.
Piione Wasatch 719, Office 73 S.Main.
Blue Wagons Bring Better Goal.
Dermont H. James W.
I ROBERTS 8 BARBEE
EXPERT SHORTHAND REPORT-
ERS, NOTARIES PUBLIC.
General Court and Convention Re-
porting. Depositions a Specialty.
We no Anywhere, Write, Wire or
710 VALKER BANK BLDO.,
SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH.
pl.,?nc6: OtUcc, Wasatch 1501:
Residence Hyland 968. W.
BANKER BAKER GOES
(Continued from Pago One.)
"You ngrco -wita Lira ou that, do
fTbat was what bo stnted to 1110 was
his success, nnd 1 believed him.1'
lt And that is your viovr?"
"JL miffhfc havo become so," said
Baker. "1 never huppencd to bo placed
iu tho position wlicro I had to adjust a
"Do you not think tho identity of
interest represented on tho -hoard ol.'
competitors ruthor interferes with com
petition and loads to agrcomouts and
understandings that might not other
"I." never saw any trouble- como from
it," said Baker.
This line ol! questioning was led up
to by tho banker's admission undor
questions that he was a director in three
groups of railroads. First, tho .North
cm Pacific, tho -Chicago, Burlington &
Quincy and tho Chicago Great West
ern, all of Trhich compete in tho west.
Second,' tho Lehigh Vallej, the Dela
ware, Lackawanna Ss Western and the
Erie, all competitors botweon New York
Third, the Reading. Jersey Central,
the Lehigh Valley and tho New York,
Susquehanna & Western, all ccrmpoting
JVlr. Baker admitted .that theso roads
wore all competitors, but ho said ho
could bco no possible harm in ono man
being a director ip all of them.
Asked if he thought it would do any
harm to havo all tho roads controlled by
tho same board ol directors, ho replied":
"That is too big a question for mo to
"You understand, ' said Mr. TJntor
mycr, "that when T askod if you saw
impropriety I moant from a "business
point of view in acting on the boards of
tho competing roads? '
"Tf T did.' said the banker, "J
would no, do it."
Uncle Nods His Head.
Here his undo nodded, solonm'j'.
"You do not cither sco any im
propriety in acting on the board of dif
erent potontialh' competing banks?"
"No, sir. not"at all."
"Nor ot' iudustrial corporations?"
"No, sir." '
"You think it is pcrfoctlv con
sistent?" "And often very beneficial," re
turned Balccr, who "now proceeded to
quote Mr. Gould.
Mr. Baker at first declined io givo
the list of banks in which he held se
curities, and never did givo a complcto
list, although he named a few of them
in answer to questions, among othors
being the First National, the Bank of
Commerce, the Pirsfc Security company,
the Bankers, Farmers, Guarantee and
Astor Trust companies, the Chaso Na
tional and others. Ho said he regarded
the holdings of a hank official in se
curities as private as his tailor's bill,
but said if the committee desired the
information so much ho would supply it
to their counsel.
Talks of Equitable.
Another question which Baker re
fused to auswer was concorning his
holdings in the F.quitablo. It do-1
vcloped when ho did answer that ho
had none, but is saddled with tho re
sponsibility of taking a third of Mr.
Morgan's stock whenever that magnate
calls on him to do so.
Getting at the relations between Mor
gan, Baker and Stillman and other
giants of finance, on which the conten
tion that thcro is a money trust is
based, Uufccriiiycr inquired concorning
the purchaso of the stock of tho Bank
of Commerce from tho Equitable by
Stillman and Baker.
Baker said ho bought from tho
Equitable and Stillman from tho Mutual
bocauso he, Baker, was a mombor of
tho financo committeo of! the Mutual
and could not with propriety deal with
that concern,- Tho 17,000 odd shares
that, ho bought he distributed, giving
2000 of them to his daughter, selling
some to banks and holding othors. Ho
said thoro was no agreement between
THE I'M DIALECT
(Continued from Page One.)
words so noticeable everywhere. When
a man steps on your foot in a tram car
or bumps Into you on the street he doesn't
waste your time or his own with any
such voluminous apology aa 'I beg your
pardon. It was quite unintentional, I
assure you!' He merely says 'Sorry 1'
nnd passes on, and everybody Is satis
fied. "Even the waiter at tho hotel or res
taurant Is equally sparing of words
in serving your dinner. 3-Te does not
introduce each succeeding course with
any Buch stilted commonplace as, 'Here
Is tho fish, sir,' or 'Shall I serve tho
salad now, sir?' Ho Just murmurs,
'Thank you,' on all occasions and on the
slightest provocation, until you 'become
confused and don't know whether you or
he ought to feel grateful. These two
expressions certainly cover a multitude
of virtues, and save no end of time and
"The only exception to thi3 economy
of speech is in telephoning, Why you
should say, 'Aro you there?' Instead of
our brief 'Hello!' seems like an unneces
sary and Inconsistent extravagance. Still,
we can overlook that one slip if you only
succeed In teaching us how to 'think'
and 'fancy' instead of 'guess "
TO OBTAIN VERDICT
NEW YORK. Jan. D. The suit brought
by Edward T. Stoteebury. tho Philadel
phia banker, against Oscar Hammerstoln.
to recover 580,960, resulted today In no
verdict. After four hours' deliberation
tho jury In tho United States district
court reported a disagreement and was
discharged. Mr. S'totcsbury contended
that the money he sued to recover was a
loan. Mr. Hammcrsteln held that It was
gratuitous contribution for the support of
grand opera In Philadelphia.
MONTREAL. Jan. O.-rThe duchesB of
Copnaught, wife of the governor general
of Canada, and by marriage aunt of King
Georgo of England, passed a comfortable
night at the Victoria hospital and was
"resting easier' this morning. She was
brought here yesterday from Ottawa, .tif
fcrlng from, peritonitis.
hitusolf aud Morgau and Stillman as
to tho purchaso of this 6tock, although
they had lalkod it over. Ho did not
know whut Stillman did with tho stock
that he bought.
Generosity of Morgan.
Spoaking of Mr, Morgan's purchaso
of tho Equitable, Baker said:
"Jt was ono of. tho generous things
that Mr. Morgan thought ho wanted to
do. t Wo felt that we should back him
up in it. That is about tho sum aud
substance oC it. Wo know there was
uo money or profit in it, and probably
a large loss."
"Did Mr. Morgan consult with you
"Yes, wo used to consult together a
great deal about things after the
(You havo vcry.cxlcnsivo joint inter
ests, haven't you?"
"Xo, I do not think so." said Baker.
Ft presently dovoloped that Baker
meant by joint interests stocks held in
joint account. Pie afterward admitted
that ho and. Morgan and Stillman wore
intorestcd in common in many enter
prises, but insisted that although como
of them had been bought jointly each
was free to do with his holdings as ho
chose without sanction of tho other.
Has Many Interests.
"How many other enterprises aro
you intercstod in togothcr?"
"J don.t know."
"Should you say there were fifty-oix;
operations of largo magnitude iu
twenty-six corporations'? "
"I should not bo surprised."
"Within tho last i'ow years?"
Baker said that ho did not know that
ho was jointly interested with tho Mor
gan concern in. many coal-carrying rail
roads. Whou tho question was put again ho
said: "1 acknowledge right off that wo
havo an interest with thorn, but it is
not held jointly."
Going a little further, the witness
admitted that he was interested in
some of the coal-carrying roads with
Georgo P. Bacr, Daniel G. lioid, Charles
Steel nnd E. T. Stotosbury of tho Mor
gan firm: Fahenstock and Hamilton,
also of tho Morgan concern; Franci3
Lynde Stetson, of Mr. Morgan's coun
sel; Mr. Davidson, Morgan's managing
paTtucr, and many other men interested
Coal Road Operations.
t Concerning the change in tho opera
tion of tho coal-carrying roads by
which tho law was evaded and by
which it is still being ovaded, TJnter
"Tell us how tho railroads fixed it
when the now law came into effect,
so they could control the output and
yet not violato the law by owning tho
This was after Mr. Baker's explana
tion of the crcnesis of tho Temple Iron
company, which iisurod in the late su
preme court decision iu the coal trust
"They organized a coal company,"
replied Baker, "and bought the whole
output' at tho mouth of the mine. "
"Yes, and they just whipped tho
devil round the stump that way,7' said
"Jf that is tho way tou put it," re
plied Baker, with a smilo.
"That is the way to get around tho
"No, that is tho war to complv with
At o o'clock tho committee adjourned.
Mr. Baker's examination will bo con
He left tho court in a cood humor,
accompanied bv his son, who is tho vice
nrcsident of the First National and a
director in many of tho Baker proper
ties. Mr. Baker shook hands with Mr.
Untormyer as he loft.
WTipii he shook hands this morning
"MavV. T shall not want to shako
hands with you again.'
"That will depend." said Uutcrmyor
nlcasantly. "on your answers to my
BROKAW ORDERED TO
PAY COUNSEL FEES
By International Xews Service.
XEW YORK. Jam 9. William Gould
Brokaw, the millionaire sportsman, whoso
wife obtained a decree of separation two
years ago, was directed today by the
Brooklyn supreme court to pay 35000
to Mrs. Mary Blair Brokaw for counsel
fees, so that she may prosecute her Buit
against him for absolute divorce. Mrs.
Brokaw asked for $15,000 counsel foes.
Mrs. Brokaw names three women In
her suit for divorce and Mr. Brokaw, In
a counter claim, alleges unfaithfulness
on her part and names three men in
connection with misconduct charges, one
of them a German baron.
Mrs. Brokaw, who now receives $15,000
annually from her husband by court
order. Is Uvlnsr with her father at West
burg. L. I: Mr. Brokaw is in Europe.
UNCLE SAM ENJOli
Great Victory Won by Attor
ney General in Federal
Court in New York,
MORE SUITS PENDING
Consumer May Now Deal Di
rect With Wholesaler
NEW YORK, .lan. 9. The govern
ment's petition for a permanent in
junction against tho Eastern States Re
tail Lumber Bealors' association, al
leged to be a, combination in restraint
of trade, was granted today by tho
federal district court. Final argu
ments for and against tho injunction
worn hoard a few wcokB ago.
The defendants include also tho
New York Lumber Trade association,
ih& Building Material Men's associa
tion, tho New Jersey Lutnbor Men's
Protective association, the Ketail Lum- ,
bor Men's association, the Betail Lum
bor Men's association of Baltimore, the
lumber exchange of tho District of Co
lumbia, and others.
Tho government's petition, filed in
1931, alleged that tho defendants wore
engaged in a conspiracy in restraint of
interstate trade,, operated through the
instrumentality of blacklists, fines and
expulsion front jnembcrship, and that
by trade agreements they arbitrarily
n tho petition the governmont in
cluded itself as a consumer and asked
that tho defendants be porpetually en
joined from making any contract or
combination in furtherance of their
conspiracy. By today's decision this
ISSUE DECIDED IS
WASHINGTON, Jan. 9. The govern
ments victory at New York today against
tho so-called lumber trust la rcKardod
by officials of the department of Justice
as ono of tho most Important accom
plishments under tho Sherman anti-trust
law, because it limits in large measure
the power and privileges of the much
discussed "middle man" In commerce.
The decision Is construed here as
meaning that the consumer of lumber,
untramniclcd by the retailer, may pur
chase direct from the wholesaler or man
ufacturer and the latter may sell direct
to tho public without interference of a
combination of retailers.
Tho Issue decided today was one of
three civil proceedings and one criminul
prorccutlon against retail lumber deal
ers associations, charged with conspir
acy by various means to prevent tho
public from dealing directly with the
manufacturer or wholesalers of lumber
T.he lumber trust cases atlll pending,
constituting in the aggregate a nation
wide move, aro directed against the
Michigan ltetnll dumber Dealers associ
ation, filed at -Detroit; the Colorado &
Wyoming Lumber Dealers association,
filed at Denver, and the Lumbermen
Secretaries' Bureau of Information, filed
at Su Paul. In addition, there is pend
ing at Chicago an Indictment charging
tho secretaries of fourteen retail lum
.bormen's associations, covering twnty
thrco states, from Pennsylvania to" tho
Pacific coast, with conspiring to conlrol
the marketing- of lumber through the
Thompspn-Starrett Company Has
Construction Contracts Ag
Special to Tho Tribune.
NEW YORK, Jan. 9. The Thompson
StaiTfitt company has on Ito books build
ing construction contracts aggregating
$7o.000,000. in four contracts In the city
of New York the company has 540,000,000
of building construction buslnesB. It has
many other operations under way
throughout the west. It has numerous
contracts for the construction of hotels,
ofTlco buildings and railway terminals In
Cincinnati, St. LouU, Kansas City and
Sail. Lakq City.
The financial Interosts who financed
the arcAIpIn hotel In New York have In
mind a chain of high-class hotels to be
constructed by this company In Albany,
New York, St. Loula, Kansas City and
New Orleans, which Thompson-Starrett
WASHINGTON. Jan. 9. Brig. Gen.
Robert K. Evans Is designated as execu
tive officer of the National Hlflo matches
Chaplain Simon M. Lutr, Eighth Infan
try, Is transferred to tho Fourth cavalry
FREEMAN TAKES TIE
Shifts Blame on Julian Haw
thorne for Literature Sent
Through the Mails.
NEW YORK, Jan 9. Albert Freeman,
accused with Julian Hawthorne, Joslah
Qulncy and Dr. William J. Morton of
UElng the mails fraudulently to promote
Canadian mining claims, took tho stand
today 3. first witness for the dcfon3e
In the federal court, whore, tho four men
are on trial.
Freeman said Hawthorne wroto much
of the literature describing tho claims.
"I told Mr. Hawthorne frankly," said
the witness, "Hiat I did not llko tiomo of
the statements he wan making." He
said he advised Hawthorno that "It would
be much bottor for us to conjlno ourselves
merely to urging Inquirers to go to Toma
glml nnd mako personal Investigation."
In a letter to ono prospective utock
holdor, offered by the government, a
"T believe tho property would stand a
capitalization of 520.000,000."
"Do you consider; this letter a proper,
reasonable and truthful presentation of
tho situation aa it then existed?" aaked
Testifying aa to the I'.lk Lake-Cobalt
mine. Freeman suld representatives of
foreign and American capitalists offered
5150.000 in cash and 200,000 shares of
stock In a new corporation for the mine,
and that a Chicago syndicate offered I
FUo.GOO in money and 22G.000 shares In
a now company. J
TURKS TO HOLD TIE
FORT Al MPS
I (Oontlnnod from Page One.)
met for the first tlmo on neutral ground.
Is looked upon aa offering an excellent
opportunity for tho plenipotentiaries to
tako the first step In tho direction of an
unofficial understanding. It is alao sug
gested that, the British foreign secre
tary, Sir Edward Grey, in his capacity as
honorary president of the conference,
might tako tho initiative, thereby obviat
ing the necessity of cither parly appear
ing to mako the first advances. This
could bo accomplished only if the allies
were assured that Turkey Wa3 prepared
to give up Adrlanoplc.
LONDON, Jan. 9. The "Russian Black
soa fect was mobilized today in prepa
ration for the naval dcmouBtration pro
gram by the European powers in tho
oront of it beinir found necessary to
appear to coerce Tnrkoy.
t If the demonstration should be car
ried out tho Russian Teasels will proba
bly appear in tho gulf of Iniada. on the
Black sea, sovonty-tivo miles to tho
northeast of Adrianople, while those of
the other European powers will gnthor
in BeBika bay on the coast of Asia
Minor near tho entrance to tho Darda
nelles. Such a demonstration, it is believed,
would mako easier the Turkish govern
ment's task of surrendering to tho do
inanfls of tho allies, as it could then
No Relief in Sight.
SOFIA, Jan. 8. The official story of
the recent meotinq between General
Savoff, the Bulgarian commander in
chief, and Nazim Pasha, the Turkish
commander in chief, mado public today,
says the Turks asked for authorization
to revictual tho fortress of Adrianople.
General Savoff replied that that mat
tor had been settled b the armistice
The TurkB are said also to have raisod
the question of tho future possession of
tho fortress, but General Savoff de
clared that the peace delegates in Lon
don would deal with that subject.
On Short Rations.
BELGRADE, Jan. 9, Fugitives from
the fortress of Adrianople who have
reached tho Servian camp in front of
that citj' report that the only food ob
tainable inside the walls is bread. The
rations distributed to inhabitants and
soldiers have now been reduced to four
ounces per head daily.
Death the Penalty.
ST. PETERSBURG, Jan. 9. Tho cabi
net has Issued an order prohibiting for
eign ballooriists and aviators from cross
ing tho western frontier for six months.
Anyone violating this order, it la an
nounced, is liable to execution.
CONSTANTINOPLE, Jan. A slight
engagement occurred today in the vicin
ity of Lake Dorkos between Turko and
Bulgarians whllo the latter were at
tempting to cut tho telegraph wires.
Thirty of tho wounded were brought here. 1
Smoot, Crane and Others
Would Force Confirmation
By International News Service.
WASHIN-GTOiV. Jan. 0. Senators
Crane. Smoot. Townsonrl and Bradley,
representing tho Republican organiza
tion Jn the senate, havo arranged to
deadlock csBontlal legislation during the
remainder of thla oeoslon unless the
Dcmocr&to approve a large share of the
1200-odd appointments Taft has sent In
since the election. Republican Pro
gressives arc a party to thlB scheme
with the exception of Polndextcr. Dixon.
La Folletto and Works, who have not
yet announced that they will Join such
a blockade of the public businofH. All
the other Progressives, bolnsr interested
in patronaeo now before tho senate, will
act with the regulars to the extent, at
least, of testing tho sincerity of the
Democrats In their declaration that the
nomlnatlona now ponding shall not he
It is part of the Republican plan to
cauco the annual supply measures to
fall if they can place tho blame for such
neglect of the public business upon the
Democrats. Senator Smoot argues to
his colleagucn that if the Democrats in
extra session arc required to consider
and pass all the appropriation bills they
will bo two months lato getting at tariff
revision. This, Smoot and Crane say.
will be water on the Republican political
wheels, on tho theory that the longer
tariff revision can bo postponed toward
the next election the better lt will be
for Republicans. The Republicans also
will havo tho active support of three
or four reactionary Democrats whoso
terms explro with tho close of tho session.
ELECT IS. AYRES
(Continued from Pago One.)
she concluded. 'I nominate Mra. Stephen
B. Ayres of New York 3.-3 president."
Mrs. Claude A. Swanson, wife of tho
senator from Virginia, seconded the mo
tion. Amid confusion tho ballot3 were
cast and amid more confusion they wore
counted. When the count wa3 in lt was
discovered that Mrs. Ayres had received
OS votes and Mrs. Crosby 2S.
Mr3. Crosby held the chair during the
election, replying merely. "I will not,"
hcn It was moved and seconded that
alio yield it because of her candidacy.
After somo persuasion, however, she
finally rot i red.
""When the vote was announced she
aroso and said:
"You now have a new president."
She did not glance at Mrs. Ayres.
"I wish to state here that lt is a mis
take to draw Into a controversy the
names of a president-elect and hlB wlfo.
I am a sreat friend of both Governor and
Mrs. Wilson, and" here her voice took
on a tragic tone "I shall certainly take
pains to let them know what the faction
that has defeated me here has done. You
havo used the fact that I was a single
taxcr and a free trader apalnsi inn, and
I lost. Very woll, I glory in my defeat."
Mrs. Scott, who had been called from
tho room, now hastened back to demand
a hearing on a question of personal privi
lege. But it was too late. Already the
Other officers worn elected as follows:
Mrs. William A. Cullop. Indiana: Mrs.
Edward T. Taylor, Colorado, and Mrs.
Duncan U. I'letcher. Florida, -vice presl
dcutu; Mrs. John E. Baker, California,
recording secretary; Miss Josephine Mc
Mahon, Ts'ew York, corrcspondlnsr secre
tary; Mr. Gmre P. Hopkins. Washing
ton, D. C. field secretary; Mrs. W. LI.
Adams, Washington. D. C, treasurer;
Mrs. C. Norton, Washington, D. C
The old hoard of directors was re
elected It is composed of Mrs. Adlal ID.
Stevenson. Illinois; Mrs. Henry L. Ed
munds, New Jersey; Mrs. J. Hedges
Crowell. New York City; Mrs. William
Jennings Bryan. Nebraska, and Mra. J.
Bordman Ilarrlmnn, New York City.
BUYING NEW GO !
Former Salt Lake Girl,?
by Dressmaker, Declj ?g(
She "Can't Help Itj P I
Special to Tho Tribune.
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn.. Jan 3 J 1'" -I
neo pretty clothes I have an ahi V 1
sane delre to buy them. ; .rtfa
"I am like a married
becomes Infatuated with 00m f bniT
believes la his houI mate. H0 ruj r
with the and then regrets It (1
come Infatuated with a now foi
it and then regret. Ono eanno'
society tirl without a monthly',
of at least 5500." i t
Miss Elisabeth M, Newoll, t c '
society girl of San FranciBco, Saj wtf 1
City and Butte, Mont., now of'
apolls. in tho foregoing quotatl t
I plalnc in part juct why aho was' L as
I day made defendant In a Bult 1 S-'ni
brought by "Miss Helen," Jtri rf
dressmaker. The amount or wj
cents, according to tho court J
dresseo. suits, hats and feminine"- le
nacks purchased by Mlos Nowell'-1
tho months of October and Nov T,h
into ; e& 10
Miss Newell lives at the Hi fS''
hotel. Sho has been moat aci
Minneapolis society lately and ha itfl
part In somo of tho principal' nK15
evonto of the wlntor thus far.
"I can't help buying pretty ci til
3ho said last night. "When I 3 offi
dressmaking establishment I sg ,
havo an uncontrollable desire to 1 1$
latest Parisian stylos. After I buj JsJliic
costly goods I usually regret it lj
I might return the clothes I boi 2
October and November. My renij
bitter." ' gjoit
Miss Newell declared that tha i
the outcome of the failure of her'i flI.1
half-uncle, W. A- Jones of Dillon!! jpoc
to pay the bill. K nffto
"Ilere Is a bill for $150 that J;
whllo staying one week at the': Jjof
hotel in Salt Lake City. &W
"You know, I never par the
until my bill reaches 5100. I bat
a four-flusher, but I guena I haSf fe
Mr. Jones refuses to pay tho t
know he thinks I have been extras 1 (
but one cannot keep in society 91
a monthly Income of at least ?5Q0. 4 ni
VICTIMS UNABLE TO ft
Special lo Tho Tribune. f
RENO, Nov., Jan. 9. Falluro i tills
part of the state to Identify mvx
Francla of Salt Lake as tho ma eccl;
held up a Sparks saloon last J eil
securing $70, resulted in the ma: A in
lease after a preliminary exam a n
today. E. D. Schwartz, who lo iwaii
was the principal witness for the Mf
Ho told how tho robber bouni in
gagged the men In tho saloon bul ihc
not positively Identify Francis 1 rai
man. E.-Shcrlff Ferroll. who 1
the extradition of Francis from (
after securing his plcturo and d
tlon from the Salt Lako police, wa Sj t
a witness. It Is likely Francis H J
turn to Salt Lako City where a go 5t
sltlon la said to await him. J J'
Ordered to Accept Bid. 0 b lo
NEW YORK, Jan. 9. Tho r 1 ,
of the United Statos Motors eg Kill
were ordered by Judpe Hough to4 ,
accept the bid of 57.0S0.000 enter u!k
terday by representatives of tha
pany's reorganization at the fore 'j1
j?alo of tho property. i ol
Gleation Losfla Suit. j
NEW YORK. Jan. 9. Attorney ito.
B. Gleason lost his suJt today Wit
Mrs. Mary Coploy Thaw to f, tfcf
$53,000 counsel fees for dofendhl fia
son, Harry K. Thaw, at his first tj ii
murder. The federal court ordered g-h
clslon In Mrs. Thaw's favor, tylth' tttvt
Read "A January!
Suggestion to Far-1
M-" this week's Saturday i;
II Evening Post
i "ft 01
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MAKE YOUR SAVINGS WHILE YOU CAN HURRY TO p
GARDNER & ADAMS CO.'S r Ufc
v IVI k. IVI IVI ) T H SALE ji
' Mrimi) "Best Clothing in the World" and of new, snappy furnishings. Greatest fiiMKfrsw !
'JPM a W$?Mi reductions ever. Don't delay. This won't last long. ffltf wSl ll 5
(fA yJfi NwSI!!Isn TJF?Sl NOTICE THESE yneyaled Reductions on WAimMi ":
JoJsL " theB0 mouy saving prlceB. Several hundred men's, bovs', cliil- jL&s ffcHKYvJ Nic
CT j OrX-sT'n S10'0 values cut to $ 7.50 ;i..v,' ,iA ' M Bath Robes and House Jackets, Shirts, yffi (y fifr?tth W-' t.
MfiK4$tt ml $12.00 values cut to $9.00 drcn S caps, values to IfE all styles; ITats, aoft aud derby V jfjijJMSffii . Nil
) iff jiP $1800 VaUeS CDfc t0 $11.00 $1.50. choice bP'PIU shapes Shoes, Boots, Slippers "Afufj jBppjySfc Bwi
L $20.00 valueu cut to. .! '. . '$lf!oO Several broken lots hih 1 is - Pajamas and' Nipht Shirts. Tics, fJKm H. Tmm V,
hi ftSBifc $25.00 values cut to $19.00 oeveiai DiOKen wis ni0n - p" - EXTRA. SPflCTAL, values. $1.00, Iff , kllE,
JLJ . l!Bil to-00 vaIuos ;l,fc t0 ' $22.50 grade underwear fC illwC $j. so, $2.00, $2.50, " 75c pJfl I fcylft
' i AHw u'00 Values cut to! !$5o!oo Big assortment shirts, short stiff bos- I fSi
A llH MZ3ZSS&a om, stifl onh, values to BOYS' SUITS and OVERCOATS iff iil l!MSm&
jJpSjl PERFECT FIT ASSURED. ?l.o0, .choice GREAT REDUCTIONS. TWM
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