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" THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 5, 1913. 3
III IF THRILLS
Lajre Society Man Said
l' of Situation.
E,NCE AGAINST HIM
IfolsNot Being Laughed
out of Court as Was
m Expected. v
U i-9-ai -N'c' Servfc.
r. Feb. 4. Frederick 0.
flStirv nian ami exquisite, rcal
Wr'5hork today Ihn deadly
t the case which the stato
JJJ Carolina hns built up against
MFm U (bargo of murderous as
ML hi! trifc, Tho case, which
Skim beon laughed out of court,
j. fooRht in bitter earnest to
wtle FBP of "O'stcrioiiP cir
wrroundinK tho brutal as
Kk rrettv Mrs. Bench on tho
SSrfTebW 20, 1012. City Soli
(Kc..rr fcas massed an array of
mUntii facts which have car-,
7Lr a man to jail. And the
jHlTzol vet through. A t nJ wb i eh
'Jt, Urc been swept clear of the
IJi' 3 ssnalp session, has gono
7u x'Shcr clav. with the prosccu
' piling" up detail for
)f the .utrv.
ituro of tlio dcrenic
legal forces, uneov
trail of a frcavy
np, irregularlv from
saiill through a uiatu
vrn to Hie railroad
k of the Beach cot
5 lost in tho cinder
Defense, ado these tracks, it
:he defense, was tho
Mrfc. Beach down,
o reach that point
he defense is called
irough a ma 7.0 and
inecs in which Frcrt
s a r.onstant partici
he very opening of
i been struck a note
i, through both scs
weird and ominous.
ie assault, it is said,
cdinjr body of Mr3.
ire into the cottage
lonnpc, there came
strident rappines (In
in the voice of her
t mc in.'
inp in jaenrhy cot
iilijrht uifrht in Fob
ig from 1ho yard of
adjuiniiiR tho Beach
U, sounds of a scuf
Oucq moro iheso
Ued. this time away
tillage and closer to
! Beaches. Ono wit
thc wiudow of hor ;
in rnuuin;; hurriedly
rd and disappear in
ben vot once moro
1 this time directly
Hase, loud and plerc
R out ns tho victim
rricd bv hor rescuers
sid'-nco. tho door of
n-ith a hang. For an
scrcame were hoard,
ami ihtm suddenly,
woman's erica, thoro
t knocking on the
o which pierced the
rd a block uwav.
double session of to
locking on the door
'a cry for entrance
be proceedings, aud
e the faco of "Proso
edupand P. 0. Reach
hlorv that Guntor
: tlio door makes
ras struck, tlio woman
committed alt as
SsSlIs Pure I
IBiJt Whiskey I
.M?51 WHIC STIMULANT I
MEASE TO LIT
POWERS OF COURT
Heated Session Is Had in
Upper House of Idaho
Special to The Tribune.
BOISE. Ida.. Feb. .-KolloMiif one of j
its most healed sessions tlio tienate of tho
twelfth Tdaho legislature today defeated
the Koclsch constitutional amendment to
Increase the membership of the supremo
court of this state from three to five and
then adopted a committee report favor
In;? tho passiigc of a. resolution limiting
tho powers of that court. At the same
time the senate killed the bill by Senator
Mart, providing for. six schooi days a
The rights of husband and wife to
community property added unusual In
terest to the debate carried on In the
bouse of representatives over the For
gniion bill, which was amended. The
house passed the IClliotl drainage bill,
whlcl will be of groat benefit to northern
swamp landa in particular.
The debate jn tho senate over tho reso
lution to increase the number of Judges
on the supremo bench of this state waxed
warm and resulted In Senator Falrchlld
of Ada county Hovcrclj- criticising Chief
Justice .JarrH F. A liable, for being an
active candidate for United States sena
tor while a, member of the court during
the recent senatorial contest. Whllo di
recting bin lire on tho court Senator Fair
"Recently one of the judges gave two
months ofhli time to the advancement
I of his personal political ambitions, nrac
tlcally to the exclusion of othei-3 mat
torp. I "There Is froing to be Just indignation
on the part of the people when this fact
becomes generally known. When half tho
attorney.? of the stato get behind a Jtidc:e
for political office and keep him away
from iha legal work for two months,
what will tho people of the stato think?
When will they ank for help?
"My stand In this matter i; purely a.
matter of public policy: not a personal
grudge against any of the justices."
TAFT AND WIFE
Last State Reception Is Given iu
Honor of the Army
By International N'cwh Service.
WASHLVGTON". l'cb. 4. President and
Mm. Taft said farewell officially to
Washington tfoclety tonight at the y.isz
stato reception given In honor of the
army and navy.
Admiral Dewey, brave Jn his rcgaJia.
of admiral of the navy, k-d the Ion? line
oT epaulet ted warriors of tho army and
navy before jthclr oommandor-ln-chkf,
who reviewed thorn with smllos and
tears for the last lime.
Jn tlio lino wore many heroes of tho
United Slates service, Including Captain
Ihibfon. Hear Admiral Peary. General
Xcleon A. Mllos and General .Leonard A.
A touching fcaluro of tho reception wna
the rendition by the scarlet -coated mu
alclano of the marine baud of "Auld
ljang Syno" over and over during the
"Votes Favor Strike.
NEW YORK. Feb. All of the volca
In tho strike ballot now being counted
by tho Brotherhood of Locomotive Flrc
nicn and Bnglncmen on the fifty-four
eastern railways will have been received
by Saturday night, according to a state
ment tonight by T. Shea, assistant 1o
President V. S. Carter of the brother
hood. Mr, Shea would not say what tho
voles already received Indicated, but It
la received from other sourcca that SO
per cent of tho members favor a strike
unless tho railway) grant their demands.
quickly ae it. can bo told; and there
after Frodorick 0. Beach bantencd to
pet back into his cottage in order to
avoid responsibility for tho crime for
which he stands indicted.
Mr. Beach told bow. soated in kit
sitting1 room, bo beard his vrifo'e calls
for aid. rushed to her assistance, came
so closo to her assailant tbnt bo could
have tripped bim up, but instoad tool:
the fallmir form of his wife into bis
arms, carried her indoors, laid her on
the sofa in tho sitting room, and there
after went up stairs, got his revolver
and rushed out into the streets in
search of the assailant.
And four witnesses for the prosoni
tion toda.y swore that this was im
possible. "The screams rang out, they
tell, and then died as the woman
war. carried into the house and the
door closed, whereupon, almost in
stantly, riimn tho strident knocking on
the dour aud the hoarse cry of tlio
buabaud, "It is 13eacb; lot mc in.
Charge of Sheriff.
Dr. Hastings Wyman and hip son,
Marion, likewise n physician, told tho
storv today. Miss Lallab Wyinan,
Hisfer of the latter, re-echoed, and tbeu
Mnry Wymau, wife of tho scuior doc
tor, 'reiterated the story.
These reiterated storie.i and tbo
blow which Chief of Police, now Sheriff
Howard, gave to Ihe defense when, uu
dcr vigorous cross examination lato tbic
afternoon, lie cried to Judge londersoD,
who took charge of affairs immediately
after Mrs. Beach was assaulted., in the
internets of tho family:
"When you took charge, Judge lien
donson, you mub&od up the whole
thing and I fjuit my invcstic3tion. You
didn't approve of anything I suggested,
so there wa? uotbing more that T could
Blow Between Eyes.
It wa? a blow bptwecn Ihe ec and
the defendaut'i counsel dropped under
its force. , ,
For the rest, not a smcle witness
has been produced who has charged
Mr. Beach directly with the crime, or
identified bim evcu in part, as having
been concerned iu it. All circum
stances and innuendo, but damaging
none the less. . ,
pearl Hampton, the negro maid
from whom so much was hoped, took
tbo stand today, and testillod to the
asault which was committed on her
on the same night that Mrs. Beach
was struck-down, and not uttv lot
nwitv. tint sbn could not identity her
assa'ilanl. slip declared, who approached
her in the dark beneath tbo cover ot
a tree, assured hor that be win one
who would do bcr no hiirni, and when
.die fled, struck hor from behind.
Other domeilicft corroborated her story
of the assault, but none saw the face
of the man who wielded the club.
Democrats Force an Adjourn
ment in Senate; House
By International N'ewa Service.
WASHINGTON", Feb. YVhat cor.grcsa
The tienatc deadlocked again today on
the Taft nominations and the Democrats
forced an adjournment. The Republicans
refused to proceed with regular business.
No nomination?) were confirmed.
The aenato passed the Norrla bill, per
mlttlng the government to ?c-.o the Im
ported goods of foreign companies vio- 1
la ting the Sherman anti-trust law. I
Senator Smith, of Georgia, and Sena- !
tor O'Gorwan, of Now York. Introduced
amendments to the rivers and harbon? ap
propriation bill for ?0.eo0 improvements
at Augusta, Ga., and 53o5.000 at Flush
ing Bay I I.
Senator Burton Introduced an amend
ment to the diplomatic and consular ap
propriation bill appropriating 55000 for
use of delegates to the International ma
rJno conference to bo held in London.
The house today spent its time entirely
In consideration of District o.' Columbia
appropriation bill, moctinsr at 10:30 o'clpck
and belnc in session until cvenlnsr Re
presentative Clayton, of Alabama, Intro
duced a bill to authorize national banks
to loan money on real estate security
wherever those banks are located in cities
of less than i0,000 population.
Seiiatora Chilton and Watson of West
Virginia filed with the committee on priv
ileges and election their ansucr to the
charges that they had fraudulently ob
tained their soats. They claimed that
the charges grew out of a "framed up"
cafie of bribery.
A score of women appeared before the
District of Columbia commlttco to op
pose the La FolJelto eight hour work day
bill for working women In tho District of ,
To Consider Root Bill.
Senator Brandosoc, chairman of tho
committee on Intcroceanlc canals, an
nounced that on Friday the committee
would consider the Root bill ropeallty?
thut section of the Panama canal law
exempting coartwiso vessols from tho
payment of tolls.
The ways and means committee con
tinued Jn executive seaclons ite planB for
The house judiciary commlttco further
considered the anti-liquor bill desisted to
prevent tho Interstate shipment of Hctuor
Into dry tcnJtorr. Tho military sffalrs
committee reported favorably a reKolutlon
directing" thai several acres of the Fort
MetJenry reservation In Baltimore be set
a.ldc for an Immigration wtatlon.
Sccrtary of the Interior Fisher, appear
ing before the territories committee,
voiced opposition to the AJaaka coal
land claims bill introduced by Delegate
Wlckcrsham, of Alaska.
TAFT TO. ISSUE
Income Tax Amendment to Be
Made a "Portion of the
By International News Service.
WASHINGTON. Feb. (.The procla
mation making the "Income tax amend
ment" a portion of tho constitution will
be Issued by President Taft and promul
gated bv Secretary of Slate Knox within
ii fortnight, according to information .
avallablo at the White House tonight. 1
Aa soon as tho official ratifications of
Wont Virginia, Delaware, Wyoming and
"Now "Mexico all of which aro on routo
lo Washington reach tho stato depart
ment. Secretary Ttnox will dr.iv u; tho
proper proclamation which will bo signed
by the president, and the Hixtoenth
amendment will bo added to the coiiHtl
tutlon Telegrams Informing the de
partment or the ratification of the In
come tas measure by tho four elates in
question woro received here today and It
iu expected that, tho papers themselvoii
will arrive within the" week. Secretary
Knox today expressed his pleasure at
the widespread approbation which tho
income tax amendment received and
promised to do everything possible to
expedite the last steps.
BUTTE & SUPERIOR
ELECTS NEW BOARD
Special to The Tribune.
BOSTON. Mais.. Fob. -At the an
nual meeting of tho Bullc & Superior
todav the directorate whs reduced from
nine to flvo members. The new board
Intddcs Charles Huyden. N. Bruce Mack
elvle. K. R. Babbitt, D. C. .Tackling and
A B. Wolvln. Mr. Mnckelvle succeeda
A. B. Wolvln as president. The Butte
& Superior produced 17.000,000 pounds of
..inn vMf. For th- first current
nuarter the production Is expected to
reach 20.000,000 pounde. or at the rate
of 30,000,000 pounds a yean
After Standard OU.
DAKISRSFDSLD, Cal.. Feb. On tho
ground that pipe lines have been laid
over public lands without permission of
the. government, the Independent oil op
erators of Kern county have begun a.
movement to have the oil ntid gas pipe
Uno of the Standard Oil and other large
companies deulErnn.tcd as "common carriers."
IS. SHOE HAD
Tried Everything. Almost Cave Up j
Hop-. A Little Rcslnol Cured.
Kansas City. Mo., Oct. 11. 1912. "fiorcc
bfrgan to break out all over my head and
un the lnvld of my ears. They would
gather and run, and where It would run
It would make another nore, and my head .
I finally got no bod, the way It Itched was
torriblc. I slept with my head wrapped ,
ur to kep from scratching in my sloop. ;
It was so severe. 1 also had diuidrurt o.nd
falling hair. 1 tried acverol different
palvcs and look different klndn of blood
medicines, but nothing seemed to do any
jjood. We were talking of cutting my
'T hail been troubled almost two years
and almost gavo up all hope of eer be
ing cured, when a frlnnd advised me to
gel Rcslnol. I got a Jar. and began using
It with Roatnoi Soap, and round relief
after few applications. Wo used the
first Jar of Resinol Ointment, and about
imp-half of another, and I v.i entirely
cur.d." (Signed) Mrs. W. K. Slnicoc,
U509 Bcllevlew Street.
Better proof, even than Mich a letter,
In to trv lissino! yourself and sea how
oulckly "the Itching toin and stubborn
?kln or scalp eruptions dlF.ippear. Kcai
nol Ointment and Soap are. sold b all
uxwrtrtst For i roe trial, v rite to Dept
li-T Relnol Chem Co.. Baltlmo.1-. Md
AND EVERY DAY
; LUN.HTA, THE FRESH
! ROASTED STEEL CUT
will please you more all. the time.
All. rit. elm ft' and inferior
Beans .'ire removed from Limeta
I and it is always ready for use.
j - Coupons for Ivogcrs fine sil
! verware in eveiw package.
! Produces Cores
I when applied to shoe
We Don't Guess
I We have secured
! the exclusive use in
! Salt Lake of a new
and ingenious device
for determining the
size and width shoe
each foot should
wear. Guessing is
Proper fitting is
our hobby, and this
"Foot ogr aph"
makes us doubly
It means still fur
in our already first
class store service.
Come in and try
the new wa'.
Walk-Over Shoe Store
j 214 MAIN ST.
REPORT IS ISSUED
BY THE GIROUX CON.
Special lo The Tribune.
BOSTON, Mass.. Feb. 4. The Glroux
Consolidated hao Issued its annual re
port, showing current a?ets of ?71S,078
and current liabilities of S649.00S. Cash
on hand December .11 was $27,707. Ore
reserve estimates remain the .same no in
1011. as little drilling and development
were done- Expenditures for 101'J woro
1511,910, and eKtcntslvo permanent Im
provements were made. Ore averaged
11.15 per cent concentrating copper. Cop
per recovery was 71.1 per cent from tnc
140,377 tons of ore shipped. Direct smelt
ing ore yielded U.S17.0SU pounds and from
concentrators 3,76S,D21 pounds. . A total
or" 2156 ouncc6 of gold and oSD3 ounces of
silver was obtained from oil ores mined.
AGAIN ON WARPATH
Special Cable lo Tho Tribune
IX5NDON, Feb. 1. When a. mail col
lector was emptying a mall box In the
business section tonight the contents
burst into flames just oh ho was aboul
to place them In Ills leather pouch The
mull mutter was entirely destroyed and
the mall man's hands were slightly
scorched. The outrage Is laid lo the
door of the militant suffragettes.
Three suffragettes armed with buckets
of paste and big brushes plastered the
facade of Marlborough street pollen
- . i ,
1 Large Aprons, 59c Jg . . TOILET GOODS
I With kimono . sleeve, braid f W M TsJth Jki 50c Coathrox at 33c 1
I trimrrun-j, light or dark colors, tWWfft 5C llincB Honc' an j;
1 with stripes or pretty figures, 'frjffif-YWlW 11 1 Almond Cream 35e ; j
8 Ihe kind that protect your 50c Isabella Face Powder, .loc j I
I dress all E STORE FOR Afunvon's Soap, per cake.. Sc I
I aro,,,,d EVERYBODY . Prices always the lowest here. ;
I The Busy Store, remarkably so for this season of
I the year, shows that you appreciate the extraor- it
j dinar y values we are offering at our FEBRUARY SALES!
Suit Dep 't Blankets I
8 - White Wool Xap Blankets, warm, fleecy j
!N Mailt Floor qualities: at great savings.
I S35.00 Velvet and 1 A Q V. $L69 1
I Corduroy Dresses p ltmlJl Size GCxSO, regular $3.00 $1
S values, special, pair tp i
1 Velvet, corduroy and cloth one-piece j-jy t ti 1
1 dresses in brown, black, navy blue aud JtIGICI HlaTlketS
taupe, trimmed with bands of sateen of a - Fancy Plaid Wool Blankets, in different fjj
1 contrasting color and lace at neck aud col0r combinations. Note the low prices: !g
3 ege-S-Priced from 2750 10 35'- for Size 66x80. regular $5.50 Q- )
?4' - qualities, special, pair ipOJO "jj
I MIDDY BLOUSES At 'i $4.65 tl
I AND N0RF0LKS fblAt) c, cn r it
1 T $z.50 Grey QgJ
1 Norfolk and Middy Blouse waists, made Blanket S, Pair W O
1 of white linen with collar and cuffs trim- 15slni lon& Grcv Blslukels H lliauufac. I
I racd witti bands of blue linen, natural tan turer surplus sock at 2rcat savingS( 1 fjj
1 ,mC11 wth collars aud cuffs of all white. Thcsp blmkclfi arc 96 inc.,10s lon aud G0
1 Patent leather belt. Regular $1.75. $2.00 illches ,vklc. regulur $:,50 vnhlcs. spedaU
1 and $2.25 values, special $1.45. j yjtg 95 pajv
I rt niThrr1 a i rnr Mrc M t0 46 inc,,cs widc u'1,iu'- ''i'111 i
I NeW SUNuALOW Nt lb Arabian slladcs- in assortment of 8
1 prehty pattenis, at great savings. J
I R-egular 25c and 30c quali- Regular 35c and -10c quali- Regular -15c and 00: quali U
I ties, on special 4 r ties, on special ties. 011 special
1 sale. yard JL C sale, yard sale, yard ... Jr4 J C '
I Te Are Offering This Week in Our 1 I
J ECONOMIY BASEMENT 1 1
I 12 r ' 12 B II
1 Tables Values so good that we are already Tables 1 i
I 0f assured of the biggest selling week 0f I
1 Rarcains so far ths year. BE SURE AND Bar pains 9 if
g y har&alns J GET YOUR SHARE, I 8 J
station with "Votes for Women" placards
and Women's Social and Political union
proclamation toda.y and then pcrmlttod
themselves to bo arrested.
In Bow street police court they re
funcd to give tholr names and the choice
wa given l.heni of a flno of 55 each or
a weelc In jail. They chose imprisonment.
CRUDE OIL PRICES
AGAIN MOVE UP
PITTSBURG, Feb. 4. The advance in
crude oil was resumed today, when the
South Penn OH company announced
Pennsylvania crude at $2.47. Othor
grades were quoted ae follows:
Mercer blaclc. Newcastle and Coming.
?2; Cabell, ?2.07, an advance of 7 cents
a barrel: Somerset, ?l.Si. an advance of
cents. There was no chaiiffe in llag-
'aTho new prlco established for Penn
sylvania crude brings St within 3 cents
of the goal for which oil producers have
long sought, -2.i"0, and predictions were
freely made that this mark would be
pasuod this week. !
KANSAN LEAVES MONEY
TO ASSIST CHILDREN
E3IPORTA. Kan., Fab. i. A trust fund
of 5S0.200, to be used "to beautify and
brighten child life In Emporia." was pro
vided for in the will or the late Capt. L.
T. Heritage, Hied for probate hero yea
It Is specified that the Income from
the fund Is lo relieve surrerlng und dis
tresa among children and to provide
worthy children with suitable clothes to
attend school and Sunday school without
being forced to show tho "badge of pov
erty.'' Captain Heritage, who died two weeks
ago. was a bachelor with a great fondness
SHEPARD AND WIFE
OFF ON HONEYMOON
NFAV YORK, Feb. i. Mr. and Mrs.
Finloy Shepard sailed away today to
spend tho rest oi their honeymoon
abroad. Mrs. Shepard was Miss T felon
M. Could. Th.y wpi- married fwo noilc H
ago at the brides home In Tarry I own. H
The Shcpards w-:ir passengers ou I lie H
steamship KronprInzesIn Cccllle. bound H
for BrcnvMi. They intend to go b cnjy
stages to Eygpt and to t'toy abroad un- H
til May. The Duchcst) do Talleyrand.
who was Miss Anna Gould, wjm on th H
same boat, with the duke and the Utile
Prince do Sagan.
Cardinal Nagl Dead.
Special Cable to The Tribune
VIENNA, Feb. t. Cardinal Franz Nasi. fl
archbishop of Vienna, died toda He vc-
eelved tho red hat hint December.
CASTOR ! A I
For Infants and Children, fl
The Kind You Have Always Bought 1
Stgnat ire ot ,
S B0MN.asnd GREATEST of BARGAINS
I Are in those suits that we are selling at LESS THAN HALF PRICE. M
If you haven't taken advantage of them, do so today. At least, mWtl
come in and look the mover. (jffifr
Several hundred to choose from. Every one a stylish, dressy, f j
f i iuk' srt.t HarphersApams (a lfS !
Clothing Store VI ill-wonll fTimainst. continues m i
I ' ( t