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Ihbulb STEP IN
UlID END ABUSES
iovernor Sulzer of New
IVork Urges Legislators to
I Pass Laws Regulating
' Stock Exchange.
tfOULD PROVIDE A
I PRISON PENALTY
ixecutive Believes l-ailurc to
legislate Will Mean Action
4on the Part of the Fed-
A LEA-NT, N. T Jan. 27. State
supervision, refutation of the
!j 'ctv York stock exchange and
' other exchanges are advocated
'Governor Sulzer in a message sent
hira to the legislature tonight
The time is ripe, in the governor's
linion. for the state to step in ami
d "flagrant abuRos, shifty schemes
id clover combinations to catch the
brary and to mislead the public."
effect this, he recommends tho on
tment of a group of laws, at least
c of which shall provide imprison
int as a penalty for its violation,
icsc law?, the governor says, should
ply to certain practices which have
cn shown to exist 13' the Pujo
Bimittce o' the house of rcpresenta
;'e$ and other investigator.
uty of the State.
'Tbc testimony o: some of Lhe
ivornors of tho exchanges.1'' Govorn
feulzcr says, "loaves no doubt in
I minds of men of judgment that
.exchungos have been either inca.pa
5 or unwilling to devise measures
. jit will effectively oradicato the evil3.
2now is tho obvious, duty of the
Jtfftte, it Eooras to me, to dovhie the
n'ediea. If the slate neglects to do
,f? gplain duty, the state should find
" fault if the federal government
in lhe premises."
,imong tho measures which Governor
IlBzcr would havo enacted into lav
law to distinguish cJearJy proper
Kiasactions of purchase and sale from
Bm that are the result of corobina
to dopress artificially the price
jjReGcurities -without regard to their
value or legitimate tuipply and
BroulrJ prohibit See-saw.
Jar to prohibit brokers from sell
yaMbackward and forward among
tjiBKnsplvoB blocks of a particular stock,
h intent to deceive or mislead out-
& m- law to prohibit brokers from sell
jtgyor . their own account tho same
.tBL,? they have been ordered to buy
their customers at the time the
nMforaeTB ' orders are executed.
laiv clearly prohibiting insolvent
iters from continuing to' buy and
0m aor they beenmo infiolvont.
Mfj. I makiug it a criminal offense
u? any statement or publisb
4fH- advertisement as to the value of
mf! or ota0r security-, or as to
PK nnancial condition of a.ny uorpo-
'Ron or-company issuing or about to
Rt("-'k or securities, where any
gliamiso or prediction contained in such
wemont or advertisement ia known
piV'1 fas.e or to bo not fairly juati
blfff ex,5t,nK conditions."
ijmfr Plain Term.
Tvernor Sulzer also recommonds. but
WjE o. t"e .legislature for decision.
IKes ln exntis; laws, and the cn
tPmrS new laws governing short
Wt'.i i hypothecation of securities,
WJ1 ph 1im,0". (under which head
SMFMs tho. raisinjr of call money
rft;n;c W lban G Pcr cent) the
HIMlIiii .bptn'!c" OKchanges and the
E.l,3' ""flying bin Bpecltlc
'.a ih.J8. r?r "rPed lcgisla-
lBoiitoS,m0r'5f ,m(is:iKo as referred
fllEb commcilt " both houses to com-
V'K.cedThnfNT' tIlc, ""Jority leader.
WSi Vt ,,cra I'Hercstcd in
j't yrig U1 a" Hl(lcs "-vc had . fair
'ffiW A GOOD BEEAKFAST.
;JH?0InB porBons Never Know What
lJwi Tt M-eaus-
,5jW.libJCafilAt' 11 owd appetite
BSS 2'" mca" voiythiug to
Pjm- oIOD,n",wr l,hilfl o lias any-
ilRiftriS?. ton ofWB wife'.
'AHioutnf x.a"(1 also supper,
iBl Gr,lre-Is and cream! He
'RfclS0 l" 11 you how much
7 'BSE; tB haB do lnv wife.
lBlv nvfh K Pt of the time
iKci h,nc W0111 tav on her
n'T&B-' at thl?- onouKl to nourish her'
y,mGm of a Wen.l she
"..e'as wcifP"105 onderfnlly and
fill add' i. Paehngo with cream
jljBndcrfui. ' ehiiuco in her
mrnericnce v tor nur.Tcark
'Htlc book nnrco U'b. T?ead
iillfKr read S , rc s a paso". '
: tKcnnhio JSS Un,5 t0 tlnic- Thy
, Jt. SfhM.an! f1111 of huihai,
Ifrcb i. barren
Bom .Inn. 7. 1S5S. Died Jan. 27, 1013.
ALFRED H. IB
CALLED By DEATH
Well-known Salt Lake Stock
man Victim of Nephritis;
Alfred llincs Warren, years of ago,
for many years a. prominent stockman
of the weal, died at his home, 18b" Q
street, yesterday morning, at S o'clock,
of chronic nephritis. Mr. Warren had
somewhat recovered from an attock suf
fered about the first of the year, but n
relapse result ed totally.
Mr. Warren was born in Newton.
Mass.. Jan wiry 7, 155S. At 20 years of
I aj:c- he camo as far west ns Kansas,
where ho engaged for some time In the
cattle industry, beinp secretarv f the
Prairie Cattle company. For the pat
seventeen years he had been a member
of tho firm of the Lcavy & "Warren Union
Stock Yards company, operating In Utah.
Idaho and Ncvnda.
A thirty-second degree Mhsoii, Mr.
"Warren was a member of the Argent. a
lodge and nlso n Shiincr. Besides his
widow. Mrs. Abbie C. "Warren, lie Is
survived by two daughters, a brother
and a Bister. The daughters niv. HI can or
A. and Anna II. Warren. living at the
family home. Thu brother, lCdward W.
Warren, n In charge of the Spoka.no
branch of the Standard Oil eonipanv,
wlillo thf siater, iih'elyn P. Warren, re
slde in Boston.
Funeral oervlccs will be liold at the
iMasonlc temple, under tho auepiccB of
tho Argenta lodge, No. 3, F & A.
at a time to be decidod upon anfl an
Scrofula, Tritli its swollen glands, run
ning sores, inflamed eyelids, cutaneous
eruptions, yields to Hood's Sarsaparilla.
Sail Lake Route Will, on Feb.
1, Carry Record-Breaking
H. F. Cullen, representative or the Pa
cific Navigation company, which op
erates lhe steamshlpa Yale and Harvard
between Sail Francisco and Sari Dicco.
with lhe home port at Tjb Angeles, and
also representative of tho city of San
Diego. Is In the city in connection with
tho big Salt Iake Route excursion, which
will leave this clly at noon, February 1,
for southern California polnte.
This excursion promises to be one of
the largest. If not lhe largest, ever run
out of Salt Lake City. Already nioro
than 800 llekfts havo been sold and It
will require three sprelal traine to ao
cominorlato the cscursioniet. Tho trains
will comprise tbrec seclloiia, tho first
leaving hero at noon and the succeeding
sections following at Intervals of from
Ilfteen to thirty minutes.
An elaborat programme has been
prepared In Cullfornla for the visitors.
They will arrive In Los Angeles on Feb
ruary 7. ami will lake the steamship
Harvard for San Diego. On tho bay.
the visitors will be mot and welcomed
by the San Diego Yacht club and at tho
dock they will ho welcomed by tho Pana
ma boosters, who will lake tliem to their
hotels In automobiles. Tho same even
ing the ITtahns will he guests at a
banniict and bull at tho L S. Grant, ho
' tel. Tho following da tho visitors will
bo taken In aulnmobllcs over thf slto
of the Sail Diego exposition grounds, to
Point Loma and other points of Inter
est, Including the country adjacent to
the bay, after which they will bo turned
over to the Utah society, which will en
tertain rhem at a p'.cnJc a I. the Mission
On February 0 the visitors will board
the. steamship Ynle for Los Angeles, nt
whlrh purl they will be permitted to
follow their own Inclinations. The re
turn trip tlckots are good until March
2t and It Is expected that many Inter
esting side trips will be taken In the
Will Be Biff Excursion,
The Western Pacific excursion, which
will leave hero for coast points Saturday
afternoon at :i o'clock, promises' to b"e
one of the most tiucccssful cvor run out
of Ibis city. The tickets aro good for
forty-live days. The excursion, which
will be a personally conducted affair,
will run from here to San Francisco,
where sevenil days will ho spent, and
from that point will go to Los Angeles.
More than 100 reservations already have
been made and many moro Rre expected.
Reports from the coai aro to the effect
that the weather Is Ideal and the ex
cursionists aro expected to gel tho . ut
most enjoyment out of the trip.
E. K. Calvin, vlco president of the
Southern Pacific company, arrived In tho
city yesterday for a short stay. Mr:
Calvin camn In from tho const with W.
II. Bancroft, vlco president and gen
eral manager or tho Short Line, who
had been to San Francisco on business.
Special to The Tribune.
WASHINGTON Jan. L'7. Senator
Clnrk of Wyoming1 today Introduced a
bill to give persons or corporations de
siring lo coiislrui't wauon or autumohll'i
roads over public lauds a rlghl of way
J lo the extent o 1 0f feet wide mi eurh fldr
I of on. h road
Science of the X-Ray, Says
Dr. Benjamin, Wauling' in
Hlf LPFUL IN OTHERS
Like . the Motor Car, How
ever, It Is Improving';'
Medicos Discuss Science.
Uadiograpby. witli all Ha Intricacies,
notwithstanding its world-wide reputa
tion as an adjunct of pathology, was
found wanting ;i a, brief address by Dr.
Warren Benjamin before (he Salt Lake
County Medical aodcty at the Commer
cial club last night. Radiography, or tho
science of the X-ray, had been dwelt
upon ai length by Dr. C. Stewart,
Br. T. C. OdcJl and Prof. L. L. Thody;
stereopticon views had boon thrown
upon a canvas and the anatomies of
men. women and children were shown
to bo photographed In considerable de
tali; radiographic plates. Instruments and
kindred apparatus were exhibited, de
scribed, and panegyrized, when Dr. Ben
jamin arose and. without direct reference
to the encomium? of the evening, told of
the Imperfections of radlographv from
his experience. ITo said:
radiographic- work is like operat
ing some automobiles. You put in
your gasoline, your water and all
that 13 necessary for a trip, and then
you start: and then the machine
brea-ks down. You might have test
ed your equipment before you started
and it might have been all right.
Later it la all wrong.
With your X-ray iiustru mcnts It is
the same. Perhaps it will ' go a'nd
perhaps it will not. You test your
vacuum tube and what not and ev
erything Is in order. Then vou have
your patient brought from his ward,
whou every movement is torture for
him. Then you turn on your current
and the result is unsatlsfactorv.
The tube is out of order, perhaps
One migrhl niako himself look
pretty and visit a nlotographor with
confidence, lie knows just what his
lens will do. He pulls down this
shade and pulls up that one. has vou
look plcasa.nt and exposes his plate.
The definition is j-atlsfactorv. Rut
an X-ray Is tlilforenu
Developing Is Difficult.
One of tho difficulties is sotting the
plates properly developed. You take
them down to a commercial pho
tographer and he throws them in
with n lot of ot'hcr plates. All plates
look allko to him. You might In
struct lum just how to develop vour
X-ray plate and ho will ray '"All
right," but lie forgets hlu "all right"
immediately afterward. IJC doc." not
soom to understand that when you
are after n bone you want a long de- I
volopment and whou you are after tho
soft parts you want a abort or development-
But T am uurc the gentlemen pres
ent aripreoiato from tho lectures
horo tonight (how helpful the X-rav
can. bo to thorn fcn their fcrofcselori.
.Radiography, llkn the automobile, is
Improving. Tt is far from perfect
now, Init tt Jr getting better. I thank
Two" Cases CiteH.
In fne lecturer of tho olhert, two ex
amples of helpfulness were given. A
woman with a pain In her aide was op
erated on for appendicitis. After the
opera.Uon she continued to havo the pain.
Finally tho X-ray waa used, and a stono
In hor renal organs was discovered.
A aurgcon was about to operate for
one dlseano on a young woma.n, notwith
standing th X-ray photographer told
him. the diagnosis vtvjt. wrong. The doc
tor haJ her on the operating- tablo when
he decided to have moro X-ray plates
tci:en. At length ho concluded he was
wrorar, operated for the other disease
and, In tho words of tho speaker, "saved'1
the young woman from much distrce-s."
WOMAN AND CHILD
KILLED BY POSSE
Manitoba Sheriff Storms Cabin
of Outlaw: Iattor Mak.cs
Good ITis Escape.
UTIK-XrPEC. Man.. Jan. 27. In a tvit
tlo betwoou a 6harlffii posso and John
Paran. the outlaw, at his home near
Riding Mountain today, a woman and
child were shot todeath by officers.- In
tho excitement "Baran escaped.
Tho sheriff's posse had gono to
Ba run's cabin today to arrest him for
shooting Constable Charles Ttooko of tho
Manitoba police. Rookc was shot when
hn attempted lo arrest Baran on a war
rant charging him with wlfo desertion.
When the posse approached the cabin,
Baran opened fire. Bullets woro re
turned by the posso and firing continued
Tho shots from tho cabin censed and
the posao stormed the house
Their prisoner had fled. On the rloor
waa the bleeding1 hotly of a woman with
whom Baran Is ald to have been living.
Clasped in her arms waa a dead Infant.
Both were victims of the posse's bul
lets. A futile attempt was made to trace
tho outlaw through the woods.
FoilB a Foul Plot.
When a shameful plot exists botween
liver and bowels to causo distress by re
fusing to act, take Br King's Now 'Life
Pills, and end such abuse of vour sys
tem. They gently compel right action
of stomach, liver and bowels, and re
ctoro your health and all Rood feelings.
25c ct Schramm Johnson, drugs.
JBFPIcnRON" CITY, Mo,. Jan. 27. At
torneys for the Hammond Packing com
pany and the St. Louis Dressed T?ccf fc
Provision company today filed thirty ex
ceptions to the report of Special Com
missioner Daniel Dillon, In the ouster
suit against the packers.
Commissioner Dillon held that the
companies aro In a combination to con
trol tho price of fresh moat. Tho com
panies' contend that the facts do not
warrant the conclusion rcaohed by the
commlsoloner. The supreme court set
the ease for April 30.
Famous Stage 3eautiea
look with horror on Skin Eruptions,
Pilotchos, Sores or l'iinplefi. They
don't have them. For all such trouble's
ueo Bucftlen's Arnica ?alve. It glori
fies tho face. Excellent for Eczema or
Salt Rheum, it cures sore lips, chapped
t'nuds. chilba-ins: heals burns, cuts and
brukes. Unsurpassed lor piles. 25c a:
ebraiiwi: Johnson, drugs.
KQ MONEY BACK I
roe jITV CLERK
Gus Jvelpres Docs Not
Want If and Tells Why;
Tested Plant Juice.
Mr. Gus Kclprcs who has beeu in
biiHincss for eight years in Salt Lake
City and whoso home is sit 5151 First
Street Wost, has the following to say
about IMajit Juice:
"T got a bottle of your Plant .luico
two weeks ago. It has done nie lots
of good. T have been in S'alt. Lake
City for the last eight ye.-.rs and havo
taken many kind of medicine for my
stomach trouble, catarrh and weakness,
; but Plant Juice is the best of them
all. It is the right, thing for inc. and
I am telling all my friends just what
it has done for me. 3 would nor. take a
good deal of money for whal Plant
(luicc has done for me."
Thousands of people in this city and
the anrroundinj: count -y arc talking
jusl. an enthusiastically about Plant
Juico as is Mr. Kclprcs. It is the
greatest system cleanser, corrective
and curativo of tho age. Tn almost
iucrediblo time it will restore your vi
tality and put new lifo and en'orgy in
to you, Plant dniee is purely vegetable,
tho nuiccs of fresh puro medicinal
herbs of many lands. For solo bv
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SLOi TMS BORDER
United States Troops Kepi
Constantly on Watch to
DL PAjrfj. .Ian. 7. .Rebel Torecs are
concentrating" at Guadalupe, thirty miles
east of El Paso on the Tc:;an bonier,
say advices received today at Fort Bliss.
Tho rebcr general, Inc- tfalazar, now has
moro than $00 men under his immcdiato
command, it Is stated, while General
Caraveo remains below Juarez with about
HOO additional rebels.
Activity of rebels along the border has
asaln put the United States military on
the alert. To facilitate prompt trans
mission of report along the lino away
from telegraph and telephone connection.
General 1. 7t Steevor has instituted a
novol tyolom. Ton-cominlssioncd officers
covor many miles of the border as mos-
sugo ocarers, greatly Increasing the ef
ficiency of the patrol service.
The rebel forcos arc .said to bo short
of ammunition and crroat precaution Is
bolnsr taken by General Steovcr to pre
vent ammunition running out. While It
Is known thut many rebel rocrults are
crossing to the Mexican side, no in
stances havo been reported of successful
smuggling: or munitions of war. Tho
rebels cany with thnm many nxtra rifles
and two machine guns, remaining from
thu artillery equipment of OruEco's origi
Pcaco negotiations a.walt Uio selection
of a. plac of conforenco and the naming
of federal and robol commissioners, it
I expectod that both commissioners will
comn from Mexico City.
MT3XICO CITY, Jan. 27. Deputy Juan
Sarable. will leave here tomorrow at the
request of General Inez Salazar, to rep
resent the rebels at tho pe;ico conference
to bo held In the- vicinity of Ahumada,
In Chihuahua, a. few miles to the south
of "EJ Paao.
General Salar.ar also requested Antonio
Soto Y Gama and HDr. Vasquez Gomez
to represent the rebels. The former la
reported to be wllllnp to do so. but Dr.
VosqucK Goms probably will bo prevent
ed by order of the court, before which ho
niimt anuwer n charge of complicity in
the revolutionary movement.
SA- ANTON-IO. To., .Jan. 27. R. Go
mor. Robelo. accredited representative of
Goneml Pascual Orozco, Jr.. rebel chief
of the northern states of Mexico an
nounced tonight that at the proposed
peace conforenco revolutionary emissaries
would demand the resignation of Presi
dent Madero and his cabinet and the In
stallation of General Geronlmo Trovino.
former govornor of tho state of Chihua
hua, and later commander of the federal
troops of the northern zone, ay president.
Senor llobelo, who recently was released
from federal custody here after belri
charpod with neutrality law violations",
says in Ids statement:
"As representative of General Orozco
and of tho military and civil bodies of
tho rovolution. T announce to the pcopl1
of Mexico that the bn.io for restoring
peace In the republic is as follows:
"Resignation of Madero and hip cabi
net. "The formation of executive power
would be. art president, General Geronlmo
'Secretary of foreign affairs, F. de la
"Secretary of Interior, Jnca Garcia
"Secretary of finance, T. Equlvcl Obre
"Secretary of aerlculturn, Irva ILslenol.
"Public works. General Felix Diaz.
""War. General S. Garcia Cnellar.
"Public education. Dr. V. Yasrjuez Go
mez. "Justice, N, G. Garcia Xarnnjo.
"General Orozco declines any personal
benefit and so will every ono of us for
our country's sake."
Take the "direct road" to health
and strength by using Foley Kidnov
Pills for baekachc, rheumatism, weak,
sore kidneys and bladder irregularities.
Each ingredient is chosen for its posi
tive healiug and curativo qualities, Fo
ley Kidney Pills aro the host, medicine
you can buy for kidney and bladder
troubles, Mrs. .'I. 7S. Findley, Lyons,
Gn., says: "I took Foley Kidney Pills
and they entirely cured mo." Schramm.
Johnson, Drugs, "tho ncver-substitu-
ton," five (5) good stores. j
ATTORNEY GENERAL IS
CRITICISED BY JUDGE
DALLAS. Tex.. Jan, 1!7. Attornev
General Wickershatn was criticised to'
day by United States Judso Meek, who
said It waa a new thing for tho execu
tive department of tho federal govern
ment In InU-rvciiu between a court and
man who had been Indicted, as It. did
In the casec of J. 73. Arclrbold, ir. r.
Foglcr. Jr.. and W. C. Toaylo. They
were Indicted in Judge Mock'e court on
charges of violating tho Sherman anti
trust law in alleged operations affecting
the Magnolia Petroleum company.
Mr. "W'lckersham did not order th ar
rest of the men on the Texas warrants,
! because, he said, tho ovldoncs did not
! uphold such action.
When tho case was rallod in Judge
Mock's court today he commented on
Mr, WJckcrsham's acilon. T7o aald ha
could not underntand it, although ho bad
"all contldenco In the Integrity in the
executive department." Judge Meek or
dered now wnrrnntR (stMird for lhe )
I lire p. j
Our Removal Sale I
I Drawing Great Crowds I
1 Every department crowded to its utmost. Never before in the history
I of the store have we had such enthusiastic responses to our sale S
I which we have almost daily announced through the different daily I
I papers. Today's Special will be the tremendous sale of sample J
I line waists, which was secured by our New York buyer at an enor- I H
I mous underprice. The entire lot of- almost one thousand waists will H
j be placed on sale at 8:30 sharp. rJ
Waists at 8:30 Sharp I
j Almost one thousand samples will be placed on sale at the follow
ing sensationally low prices of 1
I In this enormous assortment you'll find waists suitable for any 1
Sand all occasions, in dainty chiffons, messaline, taffettas, nets and
laces waists, if bought regularly, would sell from $5.00 to $10.50. I ';H
The assortment presents a large range of colors, styles and sizes. 'H
j We consider, this purchase of waists as one of the very best of its 8 lM
kind that we have ever made, and the entire gigantic purchase will I
be placed at your disposal this morning at 8:30 sharp. ;H
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tlence announcement Is made elsewhere
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A NEW CHARTER
Articles Incorporating Interna
tional Harvester Corpora
tion Filed in .New Jersey.
TRENTON, N. J , Jan. 2"i Articles in- :
corporation the International Harvester
corporation, with an authorized capital
of 570,000.000, wore filed with the secre
tary of state this afternoon, lhe incor
porators bolncr men actively connected
with tho International Harvester com
pany, a concern already chartered under
tho lawa of New Jersey, with an author
ised capital of ?1 10.000.000.
In connection with the Jiliny: of the
articles of Incorporation there was filed
with the secretary of state a letter from
the International Harvester company,
signed by Its president. Cyrua H. Mc
Cormick. statins; that lhe company has
no oujceiJon to tno making ue of prac
tically the same title by the International
In the letter It Is ;'lao stated that It
is the purpose of the International Har
vester company to file papers changing
the title of the company to the Interna
tional Harvester Company ()f New Jersey.
Tho capital stock of the now corpora
tion Is made up of S.'JO.OOO.OOO preferred
stock and $10,000,000 common, with tho
preferred to bear 7 per cent cumulallvo
The Incorporators arc Harold F. Mr
Cormlck and William .1. Lauderback,'
Chicago; "William I,. Saundcrn Plalu
llcld, X. .1.: John A, Chanman. Chi
cago, and Clarence F. Gregory and Kob
ert 1 f. N'ellson, New York.
WILL BE TIED UP
Firemen Talcing Vote on Strike.
Which Js Almost Certain to
NEW YORK, Jan. 27 The eastern '
mHroad iiinnngov-; -nld tonight they had j
received no Intimation that their con
ciliatory statement teened yesterday had
etonped the strike vote being taken bv
their firemen. A statement tonight
signed by Ellsha Lee. chairman of the
fonf-rence committee, said:
"The men r continuing their vote to
doiormlno whether or not to Mlrike. The
railroads concede that the vote will be
favorable lo striking. A strike means
that practically every nillrond cast of
the Mississippi and north of Virginia will
be tied up."
The ;;:a I'.-nint said that instructions to
the various bulges front out bv the fire
men's committee contained this para
graph: "l.'nder no circumstances should any
person voting be told Lhat 'thorc Is no
danger of a .strike' for It Is expected
that every man will vote Just an hi In
tends to act. If lie doe3 not expect to
lcav the service of the company, If nec
essary, ho should not deceive the of
ficers of the brotherhood by voting yes."
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REFORM iViEASURE IS
PUT UP TO GOVERNOR
MONTPEIJER, Vr.. Jan. rttA leglfl
Jatlvn measure providing for the steril
ization of defective criminals will be laid
before Governor Fletcher tomorrow.
Strong pressure both In favor and
against the bill will .be nxertid. No re
cent act of the legislature ha? nroueed
Those who will appear before tho gov
ernment Include representatives of med
ical societies, scientists and some who
oppose the law on religious grounds.
C'rano lKst in Capitol.
WASHINGTON, .-.-v. 27. -Senator W.
Murray Crane of Mnsra'ruaotis' knows aa
much about congressional machinery asl
anybody, but when he cnlured to tho
house, side of tho capltol today, he got
lost In the cellar and had to find an
elevator man to guide him out. I
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ELECTORAL VOTE OF I
M MISSING I
WASHINGTON, Jan. 27. Lost 1 :
electoral voto of Arizona and its beor l'l
Finder ploaso send at once to the offh e j'l
of the vice president of the United "'H
St. it ot !''
Senators and rcprcocntativcG of "i"
bahy state of Arizona went broadcast I"
night the foregoing notice when, at G ''
o'clock, tho lime limit, had expired i" HH
receiving returns from the national pIpc- -l
tlon I .'11 November and Wilfred T. Vebb. InH
custodian of three perfectly' good votv ttl
for Wood row Wilson and Tnomtis It iiM
(MtTihull. bad failed to appear at f H
vice president's office In the capital. 'ilia
Arizona'.? patriots and legislators wer '4M
miidi perplexed and disappointed for, 1
thougli no political ushf-aval would be
caused should the thrae l.ttlc vc-Let nee- WiH
bo found, they did not want mlEilug : H
from history's archives Arizona's first i'M
vote for chief executives of the nation rlH
For twenty-four ho urn beforo the vIch fliifl
I president's office -was closed for th" 'H
night, with every electoral vole oxcop'' -lH
Arizona's on file, a systematic search or :"'H
Vashir.gton hotels and clubs bad been , 'H
conducted in vain for Elector Wobb. who. Ml
It was known, had left Phoenix with his BiiH
credentials moro than ten days ago. waA EliiH
due to arrive hero Saturday. I'ntil H
ato hour tonight the wires wcro kept vkH
slnginc with messages to jolnt3 between rH
horn and St. Iouta. where he la-st w.ir '-'JH
heard from, In the hope of discovering flH
some Information a to tho whereabouts
of the missing mcationgcr. V;iifl
Webb wan heard, from in St. Louis foi " ''1
or five daya ago but his fr:ouds could get- '
no word of htm from there tonlgh. m'iiH
Ioulsvllle v-!n also uought for informa (tH
tlou but none was forthcoming. r'ikfl
Under the law the elector chosen to L 'iil
bring lo Wnshlugtou the returns from f'iiH
Ari.ona should have filed bin papers tn- f
G o'clock tonight at the latent. It t. rkH
penalty for failure should bo enforced. r:liH
Arizona would lose Its vote In th elec- t iH
toral collepc and the official messenger t rH
)n.e his mileage for the trip. The dupl'- R'iH
cato sol of Arizona's ballots that wore kH
aent bv mull are on hand, and it In troh- M'H
able that no ncnaltv will be enforced " ItliiH
"Webb airlve? tomorrow. "Manwhl'e f H
Arizona's repres onto tiv.;- in congress r-'o H'kkH
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