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:.? - 2 THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 6, 1913.' 1
I UN READY
TO START II
President-elect to Devote To
day in Making- First Draft
of Address He Will De- .
liver in Washington.
AGAIN REFUSES TO
Tells Committee Representing
Anti-saloon League to Pre
sent Their Bill io the
IRj International News Service.
p IirXCSTON. X. J., Feb. C Pre-i-J
leut-elect Wilson will devote to
J. morrow to making the first, draft
of his iuaugnr.nl address. 3Io
will not, therefore, be at the state
house, but will remain in seclusion. The
president-elect said tonight that he had
not had time recently to pive any seri
ous thought to the address and he has
not now any clear-cut idea of what it
'My inaugural address must bo
ready two weeks from tomorrow for
distribution among the American, news
papers," he said. "It is necessary for
me to make my draft, therefore, as
toon as possible. Then I can think it
over and make the final draft later."
The president-elect, as tho result of
a publication of .tvro of his confidential
ralks, has decided not to discuss tho
cabinet any further until ho is ready
to announce it in complete form. The
govornor issued orders today that one
of the offending correspondents be ex
cluded from his private oflice.
Keeps Plans Secret.
The governor's declaration that he
would not discuss the cabinet any fur
ther came in reply to a query as to
whether he purposed appointing to his
cabinet any members of eougross. He
would not, naturally, say what his
"I have concluded not to discuss
the cabinet any inorc.'r was tho way
"he put it. "I tliiuk that will bo tho
best way, ' '
The only cabinet recommendation
that came to the governor today was in
behalf of Charles S. liarrott of Union
City, Ga., president o the Natioual
Partners' union. Influential farmers,
three 'of whom are member of tho
uuion. came to urge Mr. Barrett's se
lection as secretary of agriculture, The
delegation consisted of J. T. McDan
iels of Union City, Ga.; J. V. Doyle ol I
Mouui Vernon, 111.; L. Thomas of May.,
Hold. Ky.; V, F. Tate of Camden, Ark.
They submitted some papers bearing
numerous signatutcs of members of tho
Expresses No Opinion.
The governor was asked today if ho
cared to express sin opinion in" regard
to the scheme to guarantee national
bunk deposits, which is reported from
Washington to be a feature of the bill
now in preparation by the house sub
committee on currency, of which ttcp
rcscntativc Glass is chairmau. The
governor said that this phase of the
question of currency reform had not
been touched upon Yn his two confer
ences with Mr. Glass. The governor
added more it should bo remembered
that the sub-committee now handling
currency will not necessarily have the
matter 'in charge under the new ad
iuinistrtaiou.( The composition of the
cctnmittce micht change completely.
"This morning," said tho governor,
''J received a letter from Lr. Glass, in
which he states that tho roport that the
hills in his charge contain tho provision
ou mention is entirely without founda-
H Listens to Delegation.
Tho governor gave audinnco this af
ternoon to a delegation representing the
anti-saloon leaguo and kindred organi
nations who came to urge that a bill
be drafted, and introduced in the Now
Jorscy legislature giviug tho governor
power of removal of delinquent ofll
eials. Tins delegation represents tho
same sentiment that soma raontho ago
c.omplnincd to tho governor about il
legal resorts in -Newark. In that case
the govornor was unablo to do more
than writo a letter to the mayor and
prosecuting attornoy on tho subject.
Tho Hov. Edwin Stearns acted as
spokesman for tho delegation today. Ho
asked that tho governor cause the nt
tornoy genornl to draft a bill meeting
1 their ideas. Tho governor said, how-
ever, that tho present legislature had
ot about to accomplish a certain pro
gramme, and that ho would bositato to
ask the legislature to do anv more than
H Says Programme Is Full.
""When a vcfbej is already full." ho
said, "it is impossible to put any' more
itr it. but I nhonld not uso &uch a
M liquid comparison. T havo undertaken
as much as I can accomplish. I have
no hesitation in taying that tho power
of tho governor ought to bo increased
in the mattor of removal of officials.
There is no doubt about tho merit of
uch a bill, but I have often eald that,
though T was sworn in to aeo thnt the
laws of tie attito were carried out. I
was not in a position to do bo. All 1
can do is to rail against persons who '
1 aro beyond ray reach orrtiroly. You
have access to tho legislature, and it1
would not be bard to find an influential
legislator to introduce such a bill. I,
HI shall always avail mywlf of tho oppor-1
V tuniiy to approve the principles of the
il The governor added that legislators
of both houtes aro trying to conclude
" the session bv March 4.
FRENCH OFFICIAL 15
Woman Nurse Is Also Slain;
Supposed to Be Act of
PARIS, Feb. 5. Edouard Peltier, a
high official of tho French department
of justico, was murdered in his resi
dence hore today. A woman nurse
who was attending him was also
Tho doublo murdor is believed to
havo boon committed by an uncaplured
accomplice of tho gang of automobilo
bandits whoso trial is now goiug on
It is supposed that the crimo was in
tended as an act of vengcanco and
Peltier was formerly chief of the bu
reau of pardons at tho ministry of
justice, but had been in ill health for
somo time. Ho was a. man of consid
Ho was found strangled in a chair in
his library. Tho nurse's body lay in
another room, where she had, lrom
all appearances, been hacked to pieces
with an ax.
An investigation by tho police of
tho young woman's past has given rise
to tho theory that she and tho murder
er wero associated with tho "demon
chauffeur," Bonnot, and his gang. It
is thought she admitted the murderer
to the house, and ho, after strangling
Peltier, made an end of tho solo wit
ness. About $1000 in cash was stolen.
Charged With Fraud.
BOZEMAN, Mont., Feb. 5. A. P..
Johnson, eald by nostofflec official? to
have boon Indictee! recently In Grand
Rapids, "Mich., on charges of fraudulent
use of tho malls, wa3 arrested here to
night on telegraphed Instructions from
postofflce Inspectors In Spokane, Wash. I
ANOTHER HITCH IN
NEW YORK. Feb. 5. Confirmation of
reports from Pekln of a further hitch
In the Chinese loan negotiations was
received by American representatives
of the syndicato today. Some of the
objections advanced by the French bank
ers wero quite unexpected, It was said,
but these, tho American bankors thought,
will probably bo sustained because of the
prcdomlncnco of French Interests In the
It appears that Rucala Is to finance
only half of her one-sixth Interest, while
the Jnpancso participation will be
financed entirely by the French. In ef
fect, Franco Is to supply nearly half of
the loan. For that reason the American.
British and German bankers are willing
to conccdo Fomc of the claims made by
tho French group.
If you were to see the uncqualcd
volume of unimpeachable testimony in
favor of Hood's Sarsaparilla, "vou
would upbraid yourself for so long "do
laying to take this effective alterative
and tonic medicino for that blood dis
ease from which you aro aufforing,
It eradicates scrofnla and all other
humors and cures all their inward and
Take Hood's. (Advertisement.)
TORCH OF FIREBUG
PLACED IN EVIDENCE
CHICAGO. Feb. 5. A "torch." Mich
a.i Is used by lnccndlarie-i, was Introduced
today Into tho arson Inquiry.
The "torch" was composed of a cigar
box with air holes and filled with kero
sono soaked paper, a wax fuse, a candlo
and matche5. The method uaed. It was
explained, Is to light tho candlo which,
whllo tho firobug eacapea. burns slowly
down to the fuse, which In turn Ignites
tho oil soaked papor. On top of tho ci
gar box a rubber bag filled with gaaollno
Is placed. Thla explodes, scattering
(taming liquid about tho plana to b i
Fails to Kill Self.
ALBANY, Ga., Fb. 5 After taking a
drug and powdered glass, slashing nls
wrlat with a raxor and shooting himself
below tho heart In an attempt at suicide.
Gordan Flourner. secretary-treasuror of
tho Albany cotton mllle, atlll Uvea. No
reason for his act la known.
GOAL is the most important fac
tor in the economics of any in
dustrial enterprise, HIAWATHA
SLACK being" low in sulphur
and ash, its high heating1 value
WESTERN FUEL CO.
vr. J. Woltnholme. Managing EHractor
i Arthur McFarlane. Secretary.
KINO, HIAWATHA, BLACK HAWK.
Phona Wasatch 719. Office 73 S.Matn.
Blue Wagom Bring Bettor CoaL
Yankee Princess Scored
as v J
Takes Lion to a Ball
Special Cable to Tho Tribune.
ROME, Feb. C That Princess
ItadzlwlII, tho former Miss
Dorothy Deacon of New York,
made an unfavorable impres
sion on Roman aristocracy by
her sensational cntra into tho ball
room at tho fashionable Skat
ing club ball, is generally reported
hero. Tho princess caused tho hun
dreds of fashionably-gowned women
and their escorts fairly gasp in ter
rilfcd astonishment whan sho drovo
out on the shining, Door In an old
Roman chariot, with a lion and leo
pard seated on each sldo of her. The
animals were borrowed from the
municipal zoo, and were securely tied
JAIL DELIVERY IS
PREVENTED BY TRUSTY
PEORIA, III., Feb., 5. Fd ward Stowart,
a trusty Jn tho Peoria county Jail, pre
vented a jail delivery today by driving
forty prisoners from tho outer jail door
at the point of a revolver snatched from
one of the turnkoya who had been at
tacked by four prisoners and was being
Agrees to Return.
DOUGLAS. ArJz., Fob. 5. J. jr. Sims,
alias J. T. Wilson, was arrested hero to
day charged with using tho mails to do
fraud In floating and soiling stock for tho
American Trust company, of Memphis,
Tonn., In November, 1011. IJo ngrood to
return to Memphis without extradition,
asserting mistaken identity.
Equal Suffrage Move;
.HAimiSBUP.G, Pa., Fob. B. Women
in Pennsylvania will bo given the right
to voto If a bill which passed tho lower
houtfb of the legislature today becomes
a law. Tho measure, which provides for
woman suffrage, passed the houso of rep
resentatives by a voto of 130 to 70. Tho
1 bill now goea to tho senate.
is Clogged up
That's Why You're Tirod-OTat'
Sorts Have No Appetite, ff.
LIVER PILLS SfftF )
(eaaeu, btdr?ssea, tai & Heticcb.
SMMJ. nil. SHALL DOSE, SHALL PtICB
Genome tauuboi Signature
IT BE ffiETO IK
No Certainty That Pujo and
Untermyer Will Even See
the Oil, Magnate.
By International News Service.
WASHINGTON", Feb. 5. William
Rockefeller's attorney has given no defi
nite promlHo to Chairman Pujo and Sam
uel Untermyer of tho money trust investi
gation committee that Mr. Rockefcllor
can be Interviewed when ho Is seen Fri
day at Jekyll island.
Mr. Rockofollcr will decide whether he
13 In condition to bo IntcrvJcwod after
tho arrival of Chairman Pujo and Mr.
Untermyer, who will start from here
Thursday evening. His attending phyul
clnnu will have something1 to oay on the
subject. Thoy have been Insisting that
ho .should not bo aubjected to an Inter
view becauso of tho condition of his throat
and the danger from ctcltoment.
As a consequence tho trip may prova a
wild gooso chose. Representative Pujo
did not want to bother Mr. Rockefeller
after he had learned of his condition, but
the committee decided that an attumpt to
get dcflrt'd Information should Im made
Representative Pujo accordingly will bo
Insistent on thu Interview, but ho lias
not tho authority to break Into Mr. Rock
ofollcr'H apartments, should the latter da
cllno to grant an audience.
If Mr. Rockefeller consents to bo seen.
It Is tho present purposo of the chairman
of tho commlttco to make the Interview
a.3 easy as possible and to that end will
permit no one but himself, Mr. Unter
myer. a stenographer and physicians to
ADVOCATES CHANGE IN
NATIONAL BANK LAW
WASHINGTON, Feb. 5. Charges that
national banks throughout the 30uth
openly violate the national banking law
by loaning money on real estate mort
gages were made by Sol Wexler. a New
Orleans banker, today before houec cur
rency reform committee.
He told the committee the national
banking law should bo amended to legal
ize loan3 on real estate isecurltlea and
fald he knew of banks In Louisiana, Mls
aieslppl and Alabama loaning their funds
on real estate to accommodate farmers.
He recommended that such loans bo
legalized and limited to eight months'
paper to allow thft farmer to "make his
"The farmer Is the only man who 1b not
allowed to take his stock In trade Into a
national bank and secure credit upon It,",
ald Mr. Woxlcr.
SAID TOM FUR
Dissolution Scheme to Be
Presented to Southern and
Union Pacific Directors, j
SYNDICATE IS FORMED
Arrangements Made for Pay
ment or $126,000,000
Block of Stock. i
By International News Service.
NT3W YORK. Vob. 5. A plan for
tho dissolution of tho Southern Pacific
Union Pacific merger has boon ap
proved by tlio attorney general of the
! United States. It will be presented to
tho direct ors tomorrow.
A syndicate composed of Kuhn. Loeb
& Co.', the National City bank, the
Doutsehobank interests and other lead
ing banks and private bankers here
and abroad has underwritten the offer
ing of Uuion PaeihVs $12fi,000,000
block of Southom Pacific stock to the
shareholders of both companies.
Payment for the stock, according to
tho present plan, is to be made in iu
slallmonts. The price is understood
to be l(Ju to the public, OS to the un
derwriters, less a bankers' commis
sion of 1 ' per cent, lu other words,
tho company is assured of !7 for the
stock not tiihen up by subscription of
Plan for Shareholders.
It is understood that in all proba
bility tho Southern Pacific sharehold
ers will bo allowed to subscribe to one
sharo of Southern Pueilic for each three
shares they now hold, and tho Union
Pacific stockholders to one sharo of
Southern Pacific for each four shares
of Union Pacific now held.
Those liguros take into account both
common and preferred shares of Union
Pacific. It is believed that holders
of both classes of stock will bo al
lowed to subscribe ou oqual terms.
Holders of Union Pacific convertible
bonds may share if they convert their
bonds into stock before the date for
subscription. This will be determined
It is bolinved the loasing of branch
lines and similur details will be left
out of consideration in tho dissolution
plan and will be taken up later.
Bankers Not Enthused.
There is not. much enthusiasm among
banking hou30s in regard to participa
tion in large underwriting syndicates
at this time. The unwillingness of
the public to respond to some recent
offonngs of bonds and notes leads to
tho fear that it will lake a long time
to distribute the Southern Pacific? stock
Tho situation is undoubtedly cloud
ed by the action of the government in
Cuestioning tho ownership of oil lauds
Southern Pacific has large interests
in Mexico that are not a source of
revenue at this time, nor can much bo
hoped for in this direction until some
radical improvement, takes place in
Famous Stago Beauties
look with horror on Skin Eruptions,
Blotchos. Soros or Pimples. Thoy
don't have them. For all such troubles
uso Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Tt glori
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Salt Itheum, it cures sore lips, chapped
hands, chilblains: heals burns, cuts and
bruises. Unsurpassed for piles. 25c at
Schramm Johnson, drugs.
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TIILI FOR 1!
(Continued from Page One.)
land had secured a divorce. I had not
hoard of it.''
"Aro you and .Miss Moreland to bo
married?" he was asked.
"No," replied Goodwin with consid
erable vigor. "1 haven't evon given
such a thing a thought. Tho idea is
proposterous." ' '
2diss Moroland has been living in
Ocean Park for some time, but she
could not be found this evening. For
many weoks after the accident in tho
surf which crippled Goodwin some
months ago. Mass Morelaud was in
charge of the nurses attending Good
win aud the couple arc constantly seen
together in Ocean Purk and Los Angeles.
Hero is a messago of hopo and good
cheer from Mrs. C. J. Martin, Boono
Mill. Va., who is the mother of oighteen
childrou. Mrs. Martin was cured of
stomach trouble and constipation by
Chamberlain's Tablets after five years
of suffering, and now rocommonda
these tablets to tho public. Sold by all
I Dogs Guard Master's Body.
.IOLrET, 111.. Feb. B. 'fwo faithful bull
dogs are guarding tonight the body of
John Zlpf, a hermit who has lived alone
near hero for 33 years. The doffs have
refused to allow county officers to enter
tho little cabin ami !t may bo nccesuary
to shoot them In order to bury the body
I Invest for yaw son in "Mosida-by-I
thc-Lake, " It's the best start you enn
'give him. Arrange for an inspection
trip at once with the National Savings
& Trust Co., top lloor Walker Bank
building, Salt Lako City, Utah.
Aunt Delia'a Last Visit.
MILIBURY, Mass.. Feb. 3. Misa Delia
C. Torrev, president Tait'a aunt, win ar
rivo at tho whlto houso tomorrow for her
last visit with hor nephew before he re
tires from tho presidency. There was a
touch or Fadness In todny'fl preparationo
for tho trip, but Miss Torrey was philo
sophical. "It probably would have been
my last trip to the caplUl whether ho
had been re-elected or not," she eald.
For Salt Lake City People
Tho mixture of buckthorn bark, gly
cerine, etc., known as Adlcr-i-ka, drains
so much old foul matter from tho bodv
that ONE POSE usually relioves sour
stomach, gas on tho stomaca and con
Htipation. Tho QUICK action is aston
ishmg. W. D. Mathis, Druggist, 324 So.
! Main ft. (Advertlncmonr.)
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Ida Braeman, Aged 17, Strik
ing Garment Worker,
ROCHESTER-, N. Y.f Feb. 5. Tho
first shedding of blood in connection
with tho strike of garmont workers,
which has spread from New York to
this city and Boston, occurred hore to
day whon Valentino Sauter, proprietor
of a clothing shop, fired one shell from
a shotgun iuto a crowd of strikers,
who were engaged in a demonstration
in front of bis placo of busiuess. One
girl striker, Ida Braeman, 17 years old,
was killed b tho shot aud two other
women and a man were injured.
Sauter employs about forty machine
hands and 700 strikers weuf. to his shop
this afternoon in an effort to persuade
the operatives to walk out. Stones
were thrown freely in the demonstra
tion. Sauter lircd from an upstairs win
dow of the shop, tho pellets scattering
among the crowd of strikers. Miss
Braoman died almost instantly. Tho
polico arrested Sauter. He is charged
with murder in the first degroc.
More arrests will bo made, the police
say. on charges of rioting.
James McMauus of tho state bureau
of mediation and arbitration who has
been trving to settle tho utrike, sent
a circular letter today to the manu
facturers and employocs suggesting
that a eonforouco he arranged. Such
a conference he believes will result
in settling the trouble or dctiuing the
A scald, burn or severe cut heals
slowly if neglected. Tho family that
keeps" n bottle of Ballard's Snow Lini
ment ou hand is always prepared for
sip'h accidents. Price 2nc, 60c and
$1.00 per bottle, old by Schramm
Johuson. Drugs. "The Nevcr-Substi- j
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ACCEPT NO SUBSTITUTE
For Centnrv printing. You can get tho
cenuiuc article at 55-57 Postofflce place.
JUSTftrGHT COAL, all kjnds, care
fully screened. Alliance Coal Co.. 11
MaiD street. Phono Was. 4443.
A LOVING CUP
Norman E. Mack Makes Presen
tation Speech for the Na
NEW YORK, Feb. 5. A gold loving
cup was presented today to Chairman
Willium F. McCombs of the Democratic,
national commlttco by his associates In
tho recent campaign. This presentation
speech was made by Xonnan E. Mack,
whom .Mr. McCombs succeeded aw chair
man. Henry Morscnthuu spoko for tho
cnnipaiKii committoo and Martin J. Wudo,
national committeeman for Iowa, for tho
state committeemen. i
In presenting the cup Mr. Mack said
that Chairman McComb.Vs success in
having h!s candidate mndo the conven
tion nominee at Baltimore made him tho
logical choice for chairman, and added:
"Thlc eup will remind you of tho ureal
conteut that you waged bo successfully
aw! the victory that came to tho party
In the last memorable contest In which
you na national chairman elected Demo
cratic president, a Democratic congress
and Democratic governors in moro ctatcs
than evftr before In the history of tho
Chairman McCombs, in thanking thu
committee, said that he had resumed
the practice of law m Now York with
"the inspiration of many delightful
frlcndshlj.a that I hav0 had tho oppor
tunity of formlncr among vou. I hope
that they will continue both In a per
annal and political way,"
1 Changes tendency toward disease to
tendency toward health. No alcohol.
Sold far 60 years.
Ask Yoar Doctor.
Government OiTidal is m
Gathering Evidence AM
Union Pacific Co.
Evidence in the cass of tht rjTnjB
against tho Union Pacific M-cUm
pany to recover moro thin nwV
interest fov registered null isi itfB
mall equipment destroyed fcjr 3
wreck at Ah Sins sldlnj?, curnB
Wyo.. in 1007. In now Ixsln; pr(?B
C. W. Mauuin of watblMta P
special official of the UnltJ Eu'H
p&rtmcnt of Justice, who Ii la lB
and United States District AtlniSjl
ram 12. Booth.
The wreck In question octurrririBi
Union Pacific easibound cii-jH
crashed into a westbound fftSitBi
resulting In the las o( stvtrx! ft-Sh
fire that destroyed the xail uijB
mcut. The contention of U iB
company is thnt the read ItKiMM
loan of mail or cqulpxrct aitiB
clrcumstancoE, averrln? tlattkaJB
merely hauls the mMl. Trblsj U
ment property en rout?. .,iK
The complaint was ml b &'jE
United States district court. isi 4H
road company offered a dtSErrr,dH
was overruled by .ludge Joh 1 H
shall two months n?o. The urfiBf,
bcon filed and tho case UAllmtjft
In preparing evidence, dusurik
nltlons will bo taken, anJ ItJIbtiK
wiry to extensively trace up flV
mall lost in the wreck and SaM
will extend all over the PUk a"mk
to the Sandwich Island?. AltftiP
case has not yet been p!i(U
docket. It will probably coae
the nctt term of eourtlntWJ(WJ
ENVER BEY SEEKS M
CHANCE FOR GUV
London-, Feb. 6-Envtr3r.cW1
Turk leader, who obtained f;e awM.
of Klamll Pasha as ?rnd vice .IW
Ing troops west of the TciiiaMf
according to a dispatch to th WW;
from Constantinople. M
In another dispatch m
says that all Indication! PVaFL
desperate attempt on IiiWl'W
Bey to distinguish hlnutlt
chief of staff to thEt"L?JW
vision stationed at BuWr. w
I poll. but. the correspondent W W-
the guiding spirit in St$2Mk
troops in tho nefchborhco
was at Ismld Tuesday. "B.L'!.5B
of tho Sea of Marrcora.
aro encamped. A'l the T?gtJfc
and warships were .cn? a '"LTB
with mlno ciearln? v? rijV
experts. It havlr.- b(a
Bi.lga.1ans had m M.ftml
A Conatiintlnop o
press says that In
possesion of OaWpolLtteffiSfc
curled Ghunos and JMfc
fora coast near the
but tho Turlts alda SOli
them out again, Mm
Special to Tho Trlbunr. ..jm
PKOVO. Feb. f-ffiH
offering any evW .ea flHl
Jury sitting In nM9'
Harriet CrooK ,2J3m&
maintaining a n"'""0 'cm Mft
diet of guilty toda. i"
mediately appealed- lBL
There's a wr tSl?fc
tion rePnr.lie rc J 'gSSK
Says Or, Wltns
BOISB. Wa-. f&lSfid
ward rajne. ?c8.r?aWUt ML.
Uolse Stata bar OT,r nM
tho snlo of lM
own benefit f
JUchards. expert a coug tePMijg
fensc on cross cximl w, .
court today. ffct "Mjji
morning by th e j tMp.
In the eff0"H"accwnfiM,r
held the pwsld trjM
of JG3D3, held by n,rai:nt '.uBl
sll for the earVftMjdMf
or the note that a r ,oB2i
that as. In h J u oi rf
hail aPPW'urf ltoafiE
and had PPMw Mat. iRttJ
lndebtedne to l tbaMQ
the trustee sloe k w ptnrJTmAj
to him and ff"iiM
PRIC15, KJb. oZK''
was Issued X 5 .M.
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liquor HccnMfc ! coinSb
upon by the . 'U rSM7
torney C. .bwnie d the