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- THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY I I, 1913. 3
I I THE
Oath b' ;
dsbip will ro
Jg on the mot
by the house
3uccrs of the
itli tho metal
entcfl u. solid
: the present
ind not J3gii
cn in tho JL'u
md on eondi
nstry of Colo
and. zinc wore
;r 100 produc
tion mills in
ag his hands
ospect of the
1 added that
c sending out
3 thero was a
ju for export
I it was hard
liomc. that soiling
me "was a ru al
right to look
cnting tho in
J. E. Bonnett
saj-in.tj a re
mcnt of ma
trj. ncsses will be
: Speaks for Utah.
C- iinj; for the Utah lead producers,
15 i IHtcr of Salt Lake City advo
: continuance of the speciric tariff
less than the present rates.
iron ami steel schedulo -was
I up today by tbo Iioupo waj'a and
A' committee, when it resumed
mi & on tariff revision. Two days
ily will bo deroled to this im
H, t tcction and manv - prominent
yll m will bo heard.
; Touted by contradictory testi-tort-
,r'us: tao consideration of the
l"and eerthon and slasawaro
Ics, the committco todaj' bejran
wticc of requiring all witnesses
; iy umler oath. T'uo beginning
; practice was at the suggestion
m KeicntRtire James of Kentucky,
!- , ie committco agreed to it bv
ii nous vote.
prwood Bill Basis,
-basis of the hearing todaj was
I; 'Ddcrvi-ood inetui revision bill,
u ruut vetoed during tho last sc3
; Democratic plan bases the rate
'.value of the articles instead of
, ?wtes of the present Payne-Ald-mff
lawsaud would put on the
; "iron ore, now lis cents a ton,
?a.zni(. ores, hoop or band iron,
ijij ai"l nl other -wire fencing,
yji -; m nails, iron or steel cut nails
I v T' iIG stflPls Rut tacks, wash
; P "oreeshoes and cash register.
I. ftoocrats have cxpoctcd by the
; wod hill to reduce tho average
i (.on the articles in that schedule
I ' 'J11" Rent and that the (schedule
R ; iProducc 17,477.0-iO in revoiiue.
( Jftfocturers Protest. I
M BmPc?3,1 to nut vn-lnling presses on
'Ri , "1Btoad or a CO jmr cont al !
1K y 88 l'U"r the present tariff.
;BlavProtC3t from Jamcu 15. Bennett
i(KL ,,.r;- representing twenly-two '
."."'.ggturlng companies, that the t ,
IB." should aUnrl. He chal
R?wri.rncn! !tall.tica of exporla
u 'K ? IV" Pressed and .said when
if J'W. ?t.5"9. I'ork cu&tom house
1 Svi, ni figures officials ihcro told
.'Bv " . R0 b thc mnnlfcHts and
jtfr Wk?r. Cm1"1,1 to" whether pack
W Printing prcsces or feather
llaMraH the American market is c6n-
' 'KI.. ,,ra- . tnc American nrinLlng
:K i with aUhU-5lus raon"P,?1J'?"
n;i .? w-'r:" Jcohhif; a tariff for
I'AiBer 5. not tn Protect profits." and
,P;tVnaB,"o rHspoitlon to maintain
iV'JBVftrnv!, !h-rft wJh some rovenue to
e."t- wltrM contended
jl5 'dBte,r' Underwood en id that the
iUiv,ir'.? lo umice all article on
Kable I't pay Borne rcaeonaWe
inf'HM,lt' Preese.7 for a uujrsedtlon
lU JBin.Vf Ji1.1 of revision that tho Amur
l,V1,f'rsi cnul'l stand, paid they
V. to experiment with the
PJ,on, 2" PPr cent tariff. Mr.
, IKl?. n,e 3 Her nt tariff really
IK'ln ,ir' 38 11 w" lo lm dlf-
IRc,.. ;llc coot t,t lahor hotwocn thci
IBSj ? n 'tni1 f,,rciBti countries. lie:
Kllh 1 actual exports yf Amcrl
. jKt ,7. Vt!CJ,aeii cro incroaiilng they
i Bf,rfc,Ufl?S the Inrrc.iHo the Oor
"fcMf;. He ndmltlod that the tariff
toM IjJ.tho AmcricanH In the for
":JB Vnl' contention hclnc to pro
fP2l, "wko against cheaper la- ,
SENATE TO VOTE ON
Separate Ballots Will Be Ta
ken on Each of 13 Articles
WASHINGTON, jau. JO.-Thc im
peachment of .ludgc Wobcrt W. Arch
baid of tho United States commerco
court passed tonight out uf the bauds
of the house manngors and Judge Arch
bald's attorneys and became the sub
ject of consideration for the senate sit-tin-
as a jury. The trial that has en
grossed tho attention ol tho senate for
moro thau four hours a dav sinco De
cember came to an on( when Uepre
seutalivc Henry D. Clayton of Alabama
concluded the Jiual argument of tho
house managers -with another appeal for
the removal of Judge Archbald because
ot allegod miscouduct.
Just as the senate was about to ad
journ Senator Peed of Missouri asked
permission to submit one moro question
to Judge Archbald as to whether or not
ho bad altered tho record of testimony
in tho Louisville & Nashville rato case
before the commerce court. Jlis corre
spondence with Atlorncv ITelm Bruce
in this case furnished the foundation
for one of the articles of impeachmcut.
Judgo Archbald 's attorneys declared
if tho question were submitted they
would require an opportunity to make
further arguments. A secret session
was ordered at once and at the oud of
moro than an hour of debate it was
announced that tho senate declined' to
order the question submitted to Judge
Archbald. Senator Jiecd thou formally
t The senate, will resume its considera
tion of tho case behind closed doors to
morrow. No voto upon no" of the thir
teen separate charges against Judge
Archbald is expected until Monday.
While the senate will consider tho case
in secret, it will vote in tho open.
The full penalty that may bo imposed
by the senate iucludcs not only removal
from oflice, but disbarment "of Judgo
Archbald from over holdiucr any posi
tion of public trust in the future.
Separate voles will have to be taken
on each of the thirteen articles of im
peachmcut.. A two-thirds vote would be necessary
to convict Judge Archbald upon any of
the counts against him. Two new 'sen
ators, J. N. Tleiskcll of Arkansas and
Tv. M. Johnson of Texas, -who havo not
beard tho arguments of the case, will
not vote: and two vacancies exist, one
from Illinois and one from Colorado.
A successful two-thirds vote upon a sin
gle article of impeachment would be
sufficient lo bring about Judge Arch
bald's conviction and Tcmoval from office.
STRIKERS START A
Garment .Workers, Non
Union Employees and
Policemen in Mixup.
By International Is'ows Service.
XBW YORK, Jan. 10 Several clashes
between strlkora and Btrlkc-brealcers.
marked by bloodshed and many arrests,
occurred today in the strike of the KaX"
mcnt workers. Several thousand rccrultM
were added to the number of revolted.
The breach between tho employers and i
the employed was still further widened
this afternoon when the strikers rejected
an offer ot an Increase in wages of 10
More than a hundred strikers, non
union employees doled Ives am J 10;
men, had a freo-for-all flpht early Jn th
dav in front of the factory of the htar
Kiioe PantB company In Lafayette street.
Patrick Cartoni.-. ;t union picket, ai
slashed with a razor and hit on the nead
with an iron bar and a. dozen of the com
batants rccolvcd minor lnJcs.
Thomas Kenneth was picked up un
conscious In Brooklyn after havlnK been
isaiiltcd by strikers He had a , tnu
furcd skull and internal injuries;. Georsc
Kvans; a. detective, was struck with i a
black-jack while he was guarding a non-
mStyetlKand workers In Lho drew
and waist manufacturing line indicated
(heir readiness to Join the strikers today
"ml they will probably Ko out next week,
ir these wVrkas walk out it is prod Icted
that the state labor department ill take
a hand In the strike.
BY LOS ANGELES CRANK
H. a Part In was "arrestcd'toclay while
'walking his bent In crowdc-d
by a man who prave his """ft"
Bachnokc and who later wjis sent to the
count" hospital lo await, an examination
before the lunacy commission.
Par in was surprised by a voice be
hind h m telllnc him he was under arrest
t nhere i&S
POnr& way Part In was jibed by 'lOKena
of c tiieus, but he kent his U-mner even
thoiil'h nanhuoko poked him In tho bae.c
- I he rinc every few ntcps.
FEDERAL JUDGE HOUGH
SUDDENLY TAKEN ILL
virrv YORK, Jan. 10. United Slates
Tud cMi IT " iouph. appointed by
p"cslont rtooscvfiU In 1P0 to He fed
irftl bench Jn the .liouthcrn dtr ct of
n SoBDltal hufforln- from homorrhais
VhS otomaeh. Mr wis slrleken while
at lunchco.i early this eriei'iioon. and w.-ih
not i ible H icsuinc his Heat In ;ourt.
Tudce JIoimh'H lilnets cauBcd a .mij
n.lfiT unl 1 ""di.y v.f lho ?;overn-pi!,Ifi-
iri l of Julian Hawthorne. Joslah
CmlnVv Albert Freeman and Dr. WUHnm
T "lorton. ace wed of uslns tho mails
ft'auduientlV to promote Canadian silver
and Iron mines.
Tf vou are- troubled with -wroaitf
.tiriaMon. the xnilcl and gentle effcut
by all acalcrF. (Advo rAflvortlsomell)
J K. OF O. EXCUKSION.
3 55 Eureka and Bctuni via Uio Bait
w' Iako Eoute.
Tickets on sale Jfinnary 12. returning
until Smiary 34. Tram leaves union
station S a.(avortifiom0ut)-
ADVICE GIVEN BY THE
POWERS NOT HEEOED
(Continued from Pago Ono.)
their indignation over this phase of tho
situation hag been augmented by tho
knowledge that the initiative for keep
ing the. islands away from Greece had
conic from Italy which Greece consid
ered its support in tho triple alliance.
Greek Delegate Talks.
After outlining, the claims of Grccco
to the islauds which he says were cu
tircly Greek and hud maintained their
nationality through centuries of opprcs
ision by enormous sacrifices to keep in
tact their national characteristics, ono
of the Greek delegates said:
"The only phra?e thus far ventured
as a kind of justilicntiou for refusing
tho islands to Greece is that Greece
cannot possess all the islands on ac
count of the equilibrium in lho Medi
terranean. This equilibrium nover can
exist while ono tcrritor3 belonging lo
our race is bathed by that sea under
foreign dominion. The Christian pow
ers "will havo to employ their dread
naughts and their cannon to drive out
tho Christian Greeks from Iheir own is
lands and hand tlicm back to tho hor
rors and tyranny of the Turks.
''Will the civilized world allow such
an outrage? Would not America, the
land of freedom, where so many of our
brethren have migrated., protest? That
is what jot) will see.
"One thing is sure, no icing of Greece
aud uo Greek premier will put his sig
nature to a treaty containing amoug its
clauses the nbaudonmcut of these is
lands. For the king it would mean ab
dication. As for Premier Ycuizclos,
he never could return 1101110."
The Greek delegates say they cannot
imagino Italy is acting in b or own in
terest regarding the islauds, and sus
pect she is seeking to please Germany
or Russia. Germany is supposed to ns
pirc to a part of Asia Minor and Rus
sia has had a long standing desire to
be master of the Uardcncllcs.
Uechad Pasha, the leader of the
Turkish peace delegation, toda- reiter
ated the immovable determination of
the Turks not to abandon tho fortress
of Adriauople or the islauds in the
Aegean sea. He said:
'MYhat kind of a conference is this
where all the concessions omauate from
one sidoV Had this been known bo
forehand there would havo bceu no need
to go to thp trouble of bringing to
gether a peace couferonco in London."
It Is not likely that the peace conference
will resume Its sltllnns before next week
Premier Venlr.clos of Greece intends to
spend Saturday and Sunday visiting Ox
ford. Today he lunched with tho chan
ccllod of the duchy of Lancaster, tho
nttfht Hon. Charles Jlobhouse, and in the
courao of conventions emphasized tho
Hellenic claims over the Islands of the
Aegean aca expressing the hope ' that the
country which under the lato "Willla mID.
Gladstone save to Greece the lonlon Is
lands will not refuse Its assistance now
that Gladstone's dlsciplen have it in their
ST. PETERSBURG, Jan. 10. Ordera
arc expected from the Russian war minis
ter during the next throe days retaining
with the colore ull those time expired sol
diers I nthe army who under ordinary
conditions should have been dismissed to
tho reserve two months ago. They will
probably bo retained until April i.l.
It Is understood that tho falluro of the
attempt to arrange a Joint Austrian and
.Russian demobilization hae forced Russia
to remain prepared for eventualities.
Nevertheless despite the disquieting re
ports received from Warsaw the tono of
diplomatic circles in the closest touch
with the situation Indicates markca op
timism. The rcporlB from "Warsaw tell of rueh
orders for tho completion of fortifications
and of agitation among lho Russian army
officers who are sending their valuablos
lo places of safety.
The publication yesterday of the prohi
bition against crouelng tho frontier by
foreign airmen, although the Russian cab
inet authorized the war minister to issue
It on November liD, it also regarded as a
Russia lu now acting in full accord with
Bveral of the other powers In the mat
ter of bringing prciicurc to bear at Con
utantlnople. Tho report that she had undertaken
Independent ntcps to force Turkey to
yield Is denied here, while the projected
naval demonstration Is received skepti
cally. Heavy Greek Losses.
PALONTKJ, Turkey. Jan. 10. The
Greek troops fighting against tho Turks
in the vlclnllv of Jnnlna have lost lo
date 7000 killed and wounded.
The sixth division of the Greek army
loft here today- under orders to assist
hi tho subjection of the Turkish fortress
LONDON, Jan. 10. Rumania practically,
dcllvnrcd an ultimatum to Bulgaria to
day by demanding the cession of bllls
tria and tho territory to the north of a
line stretching from there lo Kavarna. on
Ihc Black no a, according to a news
agoncy dispatch from Sofia.
PARIS. Jan. 10. Rumania decided to
dav to mobilize her army If she dooB not
obtain -within forty-eight hours satisfac
tion from Bulgaria In regard to tho rcc
It (Heat ion of her frontier, according to a
; dispatch from Bucharost lo tho Temps.
WILSON ON HIS WAY
TO THE WINDY CITY
1 , .
(Continued, from Pago One.)
Members of the legislature have been in- j
vlted and the affair will mark the re
newed activity of tho governor in state
a f fairy.
Willi the New Jersev leglitlature com
manding Us daily attention, it a ex
ruclod That, the president-elect will have
comparatively little time for national uf
f i "s. Mr- Vi'lluon. however, has received
a ' great deal of advice in the conferences
ho 1 alrcadv has hud with Democratic
leaders, but lie reiterated today that he
had not made a single decision on any
a ubJcct and added that he had not oven
made a tentative Hclcotlon either on pa
'. or In his mind a to who will be In
he cabinet. Ho made It clem- that he
ntenda to pick men for their servlcc
"blilt" rather thun In reward for po
litical activities In his behalf.
Thr coventor will continue his con
forencco with member of congress and
,h views on th i, nollcy to punnie at tho
extra Houston will ho nuno.H led In the
..ninl message which ho will send to
congress. Il vcU write it Immediately
Vftcr UlB inauguration.
(Children's Night ff JJ kA Ladies' House 3 ifl
0 h i 1 el r e us IJauuelcttc M JIlJF 1,4't" M t ' WrjM Ladies' percale House g mi ' '
Night Gowns, well worth If f' Dresses, a large variety! L g A
85c: ;i cold weather 'Ol, rf0aaaPifUMfri'F,TH'r to choose from; $1.25 If ! f ,
gain Saturday at v valuo at...." W
Economy Basement. Phone Exchange 22; Calls All Departments Economy Basement. r
JANUARY CLEARANCE WEEK
1 In Every Department on Our Main Floor, Also in Our I ' H
Economy Basement 1
I WOMEN'S COATS 0 gA
1 (y -iyy Today in our Economy Basement we offer a large I Jj
SfK 'XWv variety of women's well made stylish cloth coats in a I (
S W 1 1 lli!li v variety of styles at a ridiculously low price that would I ,
I pjMil' Women's SUIT t
j T'i 1 1 AND COAls I
I V 1 Iju! I v I Today in our Economy Basement you can choose from a I j H
9 W I ihJilTn' great variety of new suits and coats; all this season's newest 1 1 kH
I VlkfiE j '"''flBJfll' styles; well made and worth up to $25.00. At the low price 1 j
I Do JSlot Miss This Money Saving Opportunity J l
BAKER POINTS OUT
MORGAN AS LEADER
(Continued from Pago One.)
Is on the board of directors, or on the
voting trust, of all the coai-enrrylng
roads, Including the Erie. Lehigh alley.
Jersey Central, Lackawanna. Reading,
Pennsylvania and, through his director
ship in the New Haven, the Ontario &
Western. Tie has only the vaguest re
membrance of tho formation of tho Tem
ple Iron company, the Instrument used
to form tho coal trust by buying the
coal mines, lie admits that with Mor
gan, Htlllman. Droxcl & Company of
Philadelphia, TT. McKay Twombloy and
William Rockefeller, ho went Into this
arrangement. , ,
Concerning olher Important financial
matters: Baker became a director ot the
steel trust ami the harvester trust by
accepting election to theao unices, notice
ot which was sent Jiim by aogram
from Europe. He understands that Mr
Morgan sent theso cablegrams.
Mr. Baker is satisfied with things as
they are, but admits that a few changes
would do no harm. ITo would accupt a
change or two in the Lnlted States
banking laws and admits that cumu a
tlvc voting might help the minor ty
stockholders to get representation .In in
dustrial corporations. Ho sees no objec
tion to this. He says, however, that in
the present oyslem a small minority of
active and energetic men often dominate
a corporation absolutely.
A few cjuc8tlon3 put to him this morn
ing Mr. Baker refused to answer, but
after consulting with his lawycrn during
the luncheon hour he changed 1i!h mind.
They did not affect his testimony one
way or tlm other-
On taking tho witness stand this morn
ing, ho said: , , ...
"You presented me botore the public
as a great director man-moro than I
realized myself T would Just like to
Interject here that I never havo become
a dlrcctOL- or a voting trustee from to
licitation of my own. It has all come to
me. 1 know that I have too many di
rectorates." . .
Mr. Baker often declared his deelrc to
answer questions which In fact ho
evaded. Once, after he had dono this,
Mr. Unlcrmcyer said:
"Wc should prefer to havo tho answer
to tho question than the expression of
your desire to answer it."
Speaking of Morgan, Mr. Baker was
always eloquent. In reference lo the
Equitable Life matter ho said:
"Mr. Morgan Avanted Sttllman lo do
this for him. and, as he was doing It
'pro bono publico.' wo consented."
Baker, on being pressed to explain
"pro bono publico," was unable to make
it clear Just how much Mr, Morgan was
going to lose on the deal, when he now
stands to get lits money back and keep
the Kqultablo Into the bargain.
The session concluded at 1:25 and Mr.
Baker, thanking the committee and re
ceiving its thanks, made a hasty depart
ure. He. has not onco lost his temper
during tho long ordeal, nor has It visibly
affected his health, although his Uncle
Fisher, In objecting to a question this
afternoon, arose and cried to Untur
moyer; "Remember, sir, my nephew is To years
RAILROAD MAN GOES
TO BED FOR WINTER
By International Nowa Service.
BANBURY. Conn.. Jan. 10. John Hart,
a railroad man of this city, has gono to
bed to hibernate for tho remainder of
tho winter. Hart believes the winter
should be devoted to continuous rest. He
will not leavn his bod until Candlemas
dav, and thon whether ho remains up
wlil be guided by tho ground liog'n ex
ample. Hart has followed the practice
for five winters. He eays It docs htm a
lot of good. When ho arises in tho
spring he Is very weak, hut after a Khort
time his strength returns. During his
hibernation his wife and family attend
to his wants,
AT WHITE HOUSE TODAY
WASHINGTON. Jan. 10. Mrs. Ben
jamin Harrison, widow of tho former
president, arrived here today from her
home In Indianapolis, and will be the
guest of her sister. Mrs. Parker, widow
of Commander Parker. U. S. N. She and
Mrs. G rover Cleveland, and tho la tier's
fiance. Professor Thomas J. Preston of
Wells college, will bo guests at a din
ner to be given at the White house to
morrow night by the president and Mrs.
The secretary of the treasury aud Mrs.
MacVeagh entertained Mrs. Clcvoland at
dinner tonight. She afterwards was
honor guest at a reception given bv her
hosts, Mr. and Mrs. John Hays Ham
If we (fid not believe doctors endoised
Arjers Cherry Perioral for coughs and
colds, we -woaiid rest ofer it to yoo.
fefc Year Doctor. looi. tua.
ENTIRE CHANGE BEGINNING
WITH MATINEE TODAY, 2:30.
ALL SEATS 10 CENTS.
Allen Curtis Prollcs Company
"They Loved a Lassie"
A Jumble of Girls. Music and
2 SHOWS TONIGHT 10, 20, 30 CTS,
Matinees Saturday. Sunday and
Chorus Girls' Contest Every Friday
"THE BATTLE OF TWO PALMS,''
Italy's Greatest Army Victory.
"TAMMANY BOARDER." Introduc
a tlner Into a hoarding houce. after
which much fun and excitement
Our free transportation offering, to
sunny California and return, via
Salt Lake Route.
SALT LAKE THEATRE !
MATINEE TODAY. 2:15. jj
i he Messrs. Shubert snd Lcv.is A IH
With an all-English Company.
Prices Evening, 50c to SI. 50; Mat- j
Inccs. .'c to $1.00. jH
MON TUES.. WED.. AND VED. J
MATINEE AT 3:30.
"MUTT AND JEFF." Eve. 25c to
$1.50: 400 scats at $1. Mat., 25c and vH
50c; children, 25c. Sale no v.- on,
?H r 1 THIS WEEK A
i f mr& kelly m
$ iWGm a'd Co- ,n re '
Br Wmm DANE'S
'W& DEFENSE LL! I
sti rtl Mats. Thurs. t:s f
it SP ami Sat. m
!l; L....Tvryr: i Quid: -V.al- ih JM
m Wm. J. Kcll llugford' Lfi (
Phono Wasatch 3569.
jmy AMrED VAUD EVI LLE. '
ALL THIS WEEK
ETHEL GREEN fH
ADRII5NN13 AUOAJtDE .
SCUICHTL'S ftOYAL M ARIOXBTTJSS , fH
L HAVNO'S BULLDOGS T.MM
THIS SISTERS G ASCII
LKW COOPER J rH
WEST AND EOTJD
ORrilEUM DAYLIGHT MOTION '
PICTURES f i-H
CONCERT OUCUESTKA - 'LH
PRICES Matinee Dally. 15c. L'oe, 50c. !
Night. 25c 50c. 75c j V)i lM
7 All Feature Acts This Week 7 '
wK mkz Jul tift A ft H tdC 1'"L H
U SULLIVAN. CONSIDINts I ',f
I creator Advanced Vaudeville. (.(
I WILLIE RITCHIE, 1 (
LnnAV Liohtwelght Champion of V '
TODAY J tho world. f 1 i.H
2:30 HYMAN B. ADLER & ca.a P
7:30 3 Stanleys, Grace Leonard, flj
Q.,n Davey Do MiiaBey and Get- v,
9,13 cv. Leonard Martlnov, Dale I f,
and Boyle. Pathe's Weekly, J yM
Emnross Orchestra. , I1 HH
' , M in ItlH
Regular 30o Matinee i Daily inpi ,)f . i
Iprlcaa 100 Parquet SnatB. u. , r nsH