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J - ""X THE SALTLAKE TRIBUNE, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 15. 1913. ' --"jfc
il BULL ID
President Taft and His Ad
visors Accused of Granting
, England's Demands as
v ' to the Canal.
Irot offers bill
in the senate
gjr Measure Proposes to Abolish
Any Discrimination in Fa-
vor of American Coast
) , wise Shipping.
- ? tBy International NVj'ws Service. s -
i' T a vASHINGTQN', Ja.n, U. Presl-
Yf tratiou lia,vo nt Inst yielded
to Iho demands of the Brit
- ash governmout and of eight trauseon-
tine.ntal railroad line? ihat American
coast triao ships . should all be not ex
empt from tolls in the Panama canal.
tActing directly for the administration,
Senator Root today introduced' a bill
in the senate wtf'W that, portion of
the canal bUljrttifc provides for sueh
( an cxcmpfigi niu. expunging tbc
IT7ordsiiJfr later onin the samo act
idiscrrrnination V favor of Amcr
aoan ships in fixing tip tonnago dues.
This surrender to foe British gov
flrnmcnl and to the rereads is coai-
plete. By this method; however, the
present" avoids the responsibility of
iakin- action himself and still is en-
, aolccl .to claim icrcdit for haviu- signed
' the "bill, vhoir, talking to$LIioSO who
havo favored an America canal for
t Other Similar Bills.
A bill almost identical vriih .that in
. troduced by Boot has already been in
. troduced into' the house by fjims, Dom
.ocrat, of Tennessee. Ano.jher Tail-
road canal hill vas introducik in the
4Jousc yesterday by Jfopresen tativo .7.
v3Tampton "Moore of Pennsylvania. Li
iiVIS hcvcr Koot'drippcd his
IfliilJ.into tho hopper that tho USmiajs
traiion became distinctly -jdeutiUcM
-'Ovith this effort to reverse its own rul-1
- Sn? and; permit the railroads to have
"Jocar own way with tho can al. The
Hs iL novr stands, provide 5 that:
( hen based upon the net n mistered
H' v U,U,0g0 f0r Ships of amerce, the tolls
bdU not exceed $3.25 per not re ristcTd
Jl;i?jnor ,bc lcss- tlcr than. : for ves
H 3$rf , Uuited Statc3 as its citizens,
V 7i. "timated proportionate cost
actual maintenance' cite Tho
MlJrff "otll0r lhan ror vessplJ of the
BTWIPV- SUtes aad its cHizons.'!' arc. re-
M m,tbC 11001 blli- and tu strikes
l ff ,ast VC3ti of discri:nination
m$'.W& lJ'or of Americans who haf paid
M&J$ can;i1 aud mo the I United
"aVy 5ubject th PayInont of
B'V-S? J1 D flH f0Urs with Gl"cat iBritain,
t ",3toy or any other power.
K j Tk5Avoid ArbitratioyT
t ifty cauayc:, todav ln fts
.fTxeiOTl' witn Crrcat Britain, had onlv
HhJ' 5a.c.iBfQrraal talk, but came to uo deli-
HT n'Uo Conclusion on lcamin? that Eoot
k , had;' introduced bib railroad canal bill,
tFf this bill can be put through con-
ins;, tho necessity for mcetinr the
, , British, demands for arbitration will
The' blpxtlh4nrti5cd as a pretext for
' reopening, the, discussion on tho whole
qustioni. ' For Mmc timo a certain
ritpnp oh senators have beon areruinc
tht f d'iscnuliiiution is a violation of
-. alleged Gcatyl obligations, they would
ao Tcrreal father than arbitration.
Tb "poatio'h iiu-ls .omc Democratic
H champions. . Senator Koot cave uoticc
Ki that 70 t?6uid I address tho senate on
1 1 U(;bl(UatnA'anl 1.
K) OF KILLING
i.. Jan. Mrs. Xcl
wllh Ih-Ht-iIesroc inur
icr husband, Herman
led to broal: Into their
i upper Slcoolcnmlchuk
fhcr. was found not
n the superior court
IP years old :nd lior
.M. Sho Imd been mar
lis llvo- ehlldrcn, four
rii on trial the woman
II line's hr 10-inoiitliH-rt
o OliriMmafc- day be
aniiltU'i) Mra. Hinds
rs'iintl ilfiecn minutes.
. nan rrad the vrowded
to a Ptonn of appluuac.
Hn 1 1.-L,
ftvopi'raitv c for the
H railroad in
this mornlnp, fol-
tin &li.5cd gam-
lip i nt tie hold
Tir in v.tUlnp in
Tlu- cl.itm that
BTH? comln? (hp
BULL MODSERS STILL
President-elect Refutes Re
port Democratic Candidates'
Were to Be Sacrificed.
GARDNER HIS CHOICE
Maine Aspirant for-Senalor-sliip
Has Full Support of
His Party's Chieftain.
International .News Service.
PIirXCETOX, X. J.. .Ian. 14. Prcsl-dcnt-clcct
WilHon, contrary to reports
from Washington, haw not yiven hits in
dorsement to any plan for ' tho election
of .'progressive Republican . na United
Statos senator from Maine, the Demo
crats to combine with tho Bull loosd
legislators wjtli that end in view. lore
over, the president-elect 'has not agreed
to any such plan in any of the other
doubtful. states, like Now Hamnshiro. Il
linois and South Dakota.
Governor Wilson's- dcslro Is to have
Democrats elected to the 7nltcd StatC3
senate wherever that is possible.
He expressed himself emphatically on
this point today when his attention was
called to the alleged deal In Maliio where,
according tn ruomr. Senator Obe'dlah
Gardner was to have, been sacrificed by
the Democrats In favor of some Prosrcs-"
sivc who would agree to .support Gov-
enior "Wilson's policies. Indeed. Senator
Gardner is coming: hero for a conference
with tho president-elect tomorrow and he
will then be told that the president-elect
hopes the Democrats in Maine will stand
by him to the end, win or lose.
"Tho only thing I am interested In In
any state," said President-elect Wilson
today, "is the election of a Domocrat.
So far as I have Interested myself in the
situation In Maine, it has been in be
half of Obediah Gardner for senator. I
hope that progressive Democrats will bo
elected In all tho states."
The president-elect today held a con
ference with Willard P.. Saulsbury. who,
according to report, stands the best
chance of winning the fight for United
States senntor In Delaware. Saulsburv
said the Democrals 'ih the Delaware leg
islature have six voles to spare on Joint
ballot. The caucus will be held next
Monday and the legislative vote will, be
taken a week from nest Wednesday.
Saulsbury says the opposition seems to
be centering its efforts on keeping a. sufficient-number
of votes away from the
caucus to prevent his selection, but he
has reason to believe, this scheme will
not prove successful.
Governor Wilson said the-fight over the
-2natorshlp. In Delaware was not dis
cussed in liis conference with Sauls
"However." added the governor. "I
learned that Mr. Saulsbu.iy's election In
Delawaro is practically assured."
The governor said that ho and Mr
Saulsbury had talked over the presiden
tial election ln Dola.warc.
"I v,-ao merely getting some, belated
information," he said.
Evades the Question.
The.- president-elect was asked by the
correspondent what he meant by the
statement in his Chicago speech in
which he said he would surround him
self by progressives only after he took
office, whether he meant only Demo
crats or progressives of any party.
"To tell the truth." he answered, "I
nm always surprised at tho parts of my
speeches that attract attention because
they are always. tQ my lnnd, obvious
parts. Therefore, when I am asked, for
specifications I haven't any. I wasn't
thinking in specifications at nil. 7 vras
Just thinking ln tendency state of mind."
The president-elect was asked about
the report that Hhlnelander Waldo was
being urged upon- him for governor gen
eral of the Philippines'.
"The first mention, of Mr. Waldo's
na.me that has heiiii made to me came
today from John Hanson Kennard," he
Prior to that it may be said .Mr.
Waldo'3 name .had not entered tho gov
The president-elect expressed himself
as delighted by the caucus selection as
state treasurer .of JSdward 12. Grosscup.
who is chairman of tho stato Demo
cratic committee, in which position he
worked hard for the governor's election
to the presidency.
In, addition to Senator- Gardner, the
president-elect will have as visitors to
morrow Senator-elect Olllc M. James or
Kentucky and Senator William J. stono
The president-elect has accepted an
invitation to attend a private dinner
to be given by the New Jersey state
senators at Atluptlc City on January S.
He gave his promise today to a commit
tee consisting of Senators Johnson, Reed
Gov. Amnions Inaugurated.
DENVlsn, Jan.' 1 i. With no more
clamor than two strokes or the clock
Ellas M. Amnions, Democrat, became
governor of Colorado today and the ma
chinery of the jUati! changed most of lh
personnel with his Inauguration.
When everything goes
wrong and the future look
black, instead of moping
around go right to your
druggist and ask for
You will find this a short
cut to happiness, because
they will remove the cause
of your trouble which is
nothing more than a slug
gish liver. At your drug
gutsugar coated or plain.
WAR TO BE RESUMED
. HG1 Mini WEEK
Allies Grow Impatient and
Believe Powers Too Con
siderate With Turkey.
LONDON", Jan. H. Unless unforeseen
events should change the current of af
fairs, war in the near cast will bo re
sumed within a week.
The allies, convinced that tho Turks
merely arc drifting without a Mxed pol
cy, have determined " to end tho seem
ingly fruitless debates and wire-pulling
by resuming military operations where
they woro loft ore more than a month
The Balkan kingdoms, moreover, are
anxious to obtain relief from tho heavv
bUrden Of InnllWullllnr- nrmlnu
footing Indefinitely. Wishing, however,
to observe all diplomatic courtesies, they
havo given tho powers a reasonable timo
to agree on tho note regarding Adrl
anoplc, frame It nnd present It to Tur
key. If Turkey, as seems probable, falls to
yield to the note, the Balkans kingdoms
have agreed that they will call another
sitting of the conference through Sir Ed
win Grey or Rechad Pasha, who. accord
ing to the rotation followed, would be the
"c2t..prc'ttIUn& officer, and announced
definitely their decision to break off
immediately afterwards the Servian,
Bulgarian and Montenegrin commanders
1 wi11.in,.itIty ,.Turk,sl1 headquarters that
hostilities will be resumed within nlncty
The allies havo n0 faith in the efficacy
or the note tho powers will present at
Constant noplc. Tho Ottoman govern
ment failed today to convene the grand ,
council and apparently has no Intention
of meeting the allies' ultimatum on
Adr anaplc. The allies feel that the note
of tho powers is couched In too mild
terms to bo effective and that Turkev '
will know that It means nothing, because
the powers will be unable to agrco on
TO BE INVESTIGATED
, LOS ANpBLTSS. Jan. M After sevcrc-W-
c,ri"clzlng the administration or the
weekly Municipal News, the city's ven
ture In journalism, the cltv council or
dered an investigation today instead of
granting the request of tho Municipal
News commission that bids bc open for
printing the paper.
The paper drew n subsidy of SCG.OOb
last, year from tho city.
CouncIImen asserted today that tho pa
per not only spent this, but also all of
the revenues from advertising. The pa
per was said to carry fifteen or twenty
men on its payroll, whereas the council
rljKJlarcd four at most should bc suffi
cient to conduct a weekly newspaper.
TWO IRON WORKERS
ARRANGE BIG BONDS
nn?rCIMXATJ' Jfln' u A bn of $10.
000 for the release of William C. Bern
hard ol Cincinnati, one of the thlrty
S mei1 ,c?nvictcl In the dynamite con
spiracy trial, was signed here today.
Bond for Clancy.
LKAVENWORTH. Kan.. Jan. H V
bond for Eugene Clancy of San Fran-
dv?mwn)'JClcd at 'apolIs in tho
djnamite case, was brought to the fed-
Ti 1Li!,, t0cfay amI sl by Clancy.
The bond was sent to Chicago tonight for
appeals 7 th U"Ucd St5tc3 court of
DESCHANEL WILL RUN
FOR THE PRESIDENCY
chamber of deputies. 'declared himself to
nW, M a candidate for the prelScnS
of aCTlcukiVr VJePuama' minister
''There" isome A" .ma
jSW inl cecF toVstS SK
who hlvTft'Sf innCh'lmthrtrCrUlcs
dearly as thopubfe .?hout,f "not so
but M? &c&?rZEJUh ,chacr.
Hie din, saving- "y?a i, Vrtic,c ;,bov
SENATE HOLDS LONG
Record of Congress's Work
Yesterday Includes Bill" to
Make Ditch Free.
By International News Service.
. WASHINGTON-, Jan. 1 i. What con
gress did today:
Tho senate today spent more than two
hours in executive session discussing
army appropriations recommended by
President Taft. it confirmed tho nomi
nation of w. W. Wothenspoon to bo, gen
eral. Opposition to his confirmation was
led by Senator Brlslow, chiefly because
uothcrspoon has l.ecn'advancod over the
heads of General Krcd Funston of Kan
sas and other officers higher on the list
Senator Root Introduced a. bill to re
peal tho toll clause of the Panama canal
Wi so as to prevent discrimination in
favor of American ships.
Senator Pomerenc offered an amend
ment to the constitution with rcspoct to
Senator Gore Introduced a bill increas
ing the membership gf the supreme court
of tho linked States from nine to eleven
members and making seven a quorum.
senator Cummins made an unsuccess
ful efiort to get consideration of the
Vors resolution providing for a slnglo
presidential term of six years. Senator
Bacon offered an amendment fixing' tho
term at four years and making the pres
ident ineligible for'rb-clcctlou.
Senator McLean of Connecticut deliv
ered his maiden speech in tho senate
n support of his bill to protect migra
In the House.
The house late today parsed the post
office appropriation hill. It carries ap
proximately $278,000,000. Tho amendment
placing fourth-class postmasters under
the civil service was defeated.
Representative Murdoch again brought
up the prohibition Issue, which was
threshed out yesterday. Ho moved to re
commit tho bill with Instructions that It
be reported back containing an amend
ment, but it was ruled out of order.
1'urther hearing was held today before
the senate committee on commerce on the
seamen's labor bill.
The committee on Indian affairs agreed
to represunttho resolution directing the
, or"cy eeneral to make an Investigation
of affairs on the Crow Indian reserva
tion in Montana.
W. W. Winlleld. colored, formcrlv em
ployed In the office of the Standard Oil
company, appeared before tho Clapp com
mittee, which Is Investigating campaign
funds, and told of the alleged thoft of
Standard Oil correspondence from John
D. Archbold's riles. Gilchrist Stewart,
a colored detective employed by former
Senator Fp raker, concluded his testi
mony. The Glass subcommittee of the hank
ing and currency committee continued Us
hearing?. Feat us J. Wade of the Ameri
can Bankers association defended the
Aldrlch currency plan.
The ways and means committee heard
steel and watch manufacturers relative
to tariff duties on these products.
FAR WESTERN MAN '
FOR CABINET JOB
Senators Ask President-elect . to
Appoint Secretary-of Interior '
Prom Public Land State.
Special to Tho Tribune.
WASHINGTON. .Tan. .14. Senators
Myers of Montana, Chamberlain of Ore
gon, Perky of Idaho, Newlands of Ne
vada, Ashurst and Smith of Arizona to
day framed and will send, a letter to
Governor Wilson asking him to appoint a
far western man secretary o'f the interior
and submitting the following four candi
dates: Norris of Montana, Hawley of
Idaho, Joseph H.. Teal of Oregon and
Clay Tallman of Nevada, The senators
explain that their prime concern is to
sccuro tho appointment of a far western
man and that all of the signers will bc
content if one of the four men named is
ATTEMPT TO REVOKE
TAFT'S ORDER FAILS
WASHINGTON.. Jan. 14. An attempt
to revoke President Taft's recent order
placing fourth-class postmasters under
the classified civil service and to re
move from classification assistant post
masters and clerks In first and second
class postofflces by an amendment to
the postmasters' appropriation bill failed
In tho house today. The bill, carrying
J'-'TS.-lSD.TSl, was passed. The Republi
cans voted practically solidly against the
amendment and they were joined by
Salt Lake Statistic
Howard 'P. Pratt, 41.6 East Ninth South
Albert IS. Foster. D32 Itlce street, boy.
t.oorsc II. Malln, 439 Kast South Tem
ple street, girl.
E. Henry Williams, 451 South Third
East street, boy.
William U McFerrln, M2 West Fourth
.ortn street, girl.
C. P. Hansen, 26S South Eighth West
Glcnn IT. Whltlock, 021 Jefferson street,
cJ Charles. W. Reese, St. Mark's hospital,
Albert Qaylor. SL Mark's hospital, boy. I
January V. 1013, Carline Sandbars, 28
South Twelfth East street, 76 years,
January 10, 1313. Alex Hames. St.
Mark hospital, 53 years, Intestinal
J. D. Perkins and Grace Egbert, Salt
Michael Carver TJeclor and Mary A.
Roche, .Leavenworth. Kan.
Real Estate Transfors.
John J. Duko to Hortenso Lovlnson,
lots 20 and 21, block 2, Emerson
Heights second addition $ 10
i National Real Estate and Investment
company to Angelica Zlller. lots 1,
2 and 3. block S, Clarcmont sub
Mario Purcell to Hoffman Bros.
Loan S: Trust company, lots S and
0, block 2, Maryland subdivision... a
Hoffman Bros. Loan & Trust com
pany to William R. Hasklna. lots
25 and 2G. block 2. Robertio place.. S
Louis H. Sims to W. J. Salmon, lots
2J31 and 202, Highland Park, plat A 10
W. II. Summers to L. J. Strong, lots
23 and no, Foils subdivision loo
STRONG MAN MUST
RETURN TO PRISON
Highwayman Yhp Escaped From
Sing Sing Recognized While
Patient in Hospital. j
13y International News Service. '
LOS ANGELES, Jan. II. New Tork
Statc Detective William A- McCa.be and
James Jackson arrived hero today to
take inlo .custody William Green, alias
Edward-McGrath, the famous strong man
and escaped Sing Sing convict who was
arrested In Ocean Park several weeks
ago. The detectives slated they had not
yet decided when thoy .would return to
New York with their nrlsoncr.
Green, with live other prisoners, made
a sensational escape from Sing Sing in
October.'. 1910. Ho was known as the
"strong" man of Sing Sing" nnd was
serving a four-year sentence for h(gh
According to the 3tory he told of his
wanderings, ho boardedta. freight after
getting o.ut of the penitentiary, went to
Boston and shipped in a cattle steamer
for England. When he returned to this
country he finally landed In Los An
geles. For almost a year he was en
gaged as a diver In Ocean Park. His
arrest camo as tho result of an anony
mous letter to the police from an em
ployee of a hospital who recognized
Green while ho was temporarily conlined
there wlfh a broken rib.
BIG GALE SAVES
Craft Minus Budder Driven Into
Harbor by Wind After Tugs
QUEENSTOWN, Ireland, Jan. 1-1. The
British steamer Showdon Range reached
Queenstown harbor tonight after ex
traordinary adventures.- Clearing from
Philadelphia forLeith. Scotland, Novem
ber 22, she lost her rudder and was not
spoken for ho long a timo that she was
placed on the overdue list. The British
steamer Welshman found tho Snowdon
Range out of control on a. great slorm. I
about 500 miles to the westward, and
took her inMown.
Arriving off Daunt's Rock today, the
gale was ib tierce that the Welshman and
two tugs which had been sent to the res
cue wero obliged to abandon the crip
pled steamer and run to harbor for shel
ter. The Snowdon Range anchored threo
miles off the coast, but her anchors
dragged, and she literally was driven by
the gale Into the harbor.
Shipping people say that it would have
been a daring thing to venture to enter
the harhor in such a. gale, even for a
vessel under full control.
O A3.TO R 3 A
' jjP HOTELS. HEALTH d P
TheShow PIqcb of the Soak-hand"
VIRGINIA MOST IDEALLY SITUATED HOS
TELRY IN THE WORLD.
A region noted for Its ecfuablc warm
Hotel Virginia afforcKs luxurious ac
commodations for 100 guests, Is con
ducted on tho American plan and Is
famous the world over for its excel-'
lenco In cuisine and thorcjughncsc of
service. Hotel Virginia is surrounded
by spacious grounds with two cement
lined Tennis Courts adJoIWng hotel, but
a. stone's throw from, tho breakers.
Winter surf bathing, motoring, horse
back rldmg. driving and 'coif. Easily
accessible to Virginia Country Club,
maintaining tho eportlest-H-holc Golf
Course in west. For colored booklet,
rates and reservations write or wire
Carl E. Stanley, Manasr
ONE BLOCK. NORTH OF HOTEL
419 West BroadwsyJLonn Beachy Cal.
Two and threoVoqm apartmonts.
elegantly furnished,.", private baths,
steam heat and every modem con
venience. Wide verandas, sun par-,
lors. flowefa. Hvory apartment a
"Little Homo." Equable winter climate-
Moderate .rates. Write for
rates and reservations.
COPPER MARKET IS -DEMORALIZED
Special to The Tribune.
BOSTON, Mass., Jan. 1-1. London
cables today state that the copper metal
markets abroad aro demoralized and that
commercial copper is unootablc. Aaron
Hlrsch 6; Sons arc. offering 80 and less
for England :wd solfm bids for -wire
wsWtt saw Tin
BRIEL VALlYy.pE ?M
largest resort hotel In thp .
lawn golf S bUIfu driv,Court tl
cadam zed boulcvtLrdr iVL T II
close toAJtadctnd VTm?!6 VJr?.on Js 11
try clubs. Conduced Un,nfJiIc Co.' II
Plan. For vateB or fe?PMA,,,crlc?TM
David B. Plumf-i rvcrv?U?n8 wlrfll
nitrg As, ayfl
20 MILES NORTH" OF SAN DIEGO " 1
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ' I
The Ideal spot, noted for lis warni -equable
winter climate. On Santa Fi
railway between Los Angeles and Sai '
Diego. Holnc of the FAMOUS STRATi
FORD INN, overlooking tho sea. lu
natural beauty, cquablt- climate, liail; '?
tlful homesites, boulevards and Wi '
beach appeals to all who visit nS ; -Mar.
SEE IT THIS WINTER. Writ! i'
for colored booklet, "DEL M It " tl I
South Coast Land Co., Kerckhoff bid" i 1
Los Anccles, Cal. ''
bars. -The American Smcltfnsr and 11 '
Phelps-Dodge company are also oiTorti r I
at this price abroad, whllo Ainalsatnaii I
Is offering at i!70 Ins. ' f
There arc second-hand seller on ti , D
continent at JETS 15s. The Ainnrlc; ' I
equivalent works out abouflfi.93 cents' 1
Llcct.rolytic has been lowcctd oui 'Jl
generally In thla -countrj' to 17 o'enl H r
thirty days representing 3 cent cut fro i )
the long-standing price of 175 cent n
Lnltcd Metals, Phelps-Dodge and Amci k,
can Smelters all qwoted that price y -torday
afternoon. There have bc.on j fU
large sales. One Independent produci r
sold for export u small lot of April col -per
at about 17 cunts. f
CADET WHO ELOPED
IS UNABLE TO RESIG
WEST POTNT N. Y.. Jan. ll.-Elffl j
E. Adler of BlTnn'cs, Mont, the, cad uh3o
who ran away a week ago to marr L
Florence E. Uavls In Tarrvtown, Is u , $tyl
der arrest hero today, having voluiita) Vc
ly returned to Taco charges of ubso'B ,'iJji, ,
without leave. He has been strlppeQ
his rank as sergeant, but the mlllU V "
.academy authorities have refusod to
.eept tho letrJ'of rcalgnatlon which.- T?ie. :
submitted, as Adler is not of age. J e la
will be allowed to continue work with Me. ti
classes until Commandant Sladen loo? tcrno
from the. officials at Washington what a (gar
tlon should be taken In hb case; ; iiEoh
Jranr find .it profitablo to U30' mm
Wants in effecting out of tbo ordiddli Rcl
economics. . j fj
' The 3
Only Four Blre Bays- Left
-m.. 'it i !
5. Look Over the Woiiderfyl Opportunities at W
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