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i; : THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 17, 1913. 9
ECT TO BE
on of Agricultural
of Tariff Bill Al
impleted by the
VED TO AMEND
nna Declares Free
tides Will Be a
;o the Farmers
use a Deficit.
)ST, Aug. 16. The sen
st completed considora
cultural schcdtilo of the
losing of a number of
i protested against by
ts wore adopted, though
lers sought to increase
traw, fish, apples and
abolish the proposed
ry, caraway and anise
ously protostcd against
laders expect to com
ltural schedule Monday
fidonco that none of its
be changed, freo cattle,
their products having
approved. Tho sugar
vhich the creatcst fight
itrovcrs' will be waged,
next, and majority lead
g to hold night eenato
ing tho middle of thr
I debato toda.y on the
hedulo centered about
ins. Senator Lodge of
;Oclared the great rcduc
011 fish products, with
be free list, would give
men control of the
England markets. No
r, was made in tho
s Burton, Weeks and
I against the proposed
1 cent a pound on ba
ng tho proposed rate as
not levied acainst a
act, Senator "Williams of
tiously remarked that it
j downtroddeu working
ate of "1-50 of a cent
1 """ :
HbW Vegetable Discovery, an
iiMajlBVassornian Test, Cures at
iritfflsW0 Poison That Causes Ul
.nJisW Pt8, Mucous Patches, etc.
.vtfKrovf to Cure Yourself Qulok
jttfiJK'iy. Safely, Without, Mer
t ld.lde or Other Mineral
idf'B'natter how bad your case
RHr no matter In what stage.
JWrtfMEu.vqulckly' completely, per
lBh the wonderful, pure, veee
RTreatment. It has revolu-
'iBKJv&l The Wo"derful
iSjBfTc Jj and PrortPt
4 tfSKWt i results of
MKitreatment of blood poison.
ijHPE oeon amazing, and the n
M - Mftrrnan Test absolutely proves
MKHirea cases with the body cov
SrK Is ' f n e halr sone, the In-
jMLt?adlJr damaged, the brain
r noae and throat
tf'3l-R?Lthr,0w a,way your mer
'.Bffenlc and other dangerous:
fcB?' S? a frlshtful effect and
H&UfruS .-ac nt-only cures tho
7jH0K 1 tne aamase from these
?JMFA..a3. well, and has cured
cld ,be cured by Injec
admitted to be danger.
""'L'U many cases.
iCpmpany is one of the bis
JRfrS1 ,5- Send coupon be
I iHKTf Vr, SetlJ ' 'reo how
UlvK J5.1,003 Pln. rKht In
lsK? wllh wonderful Obbac.
-jEmazlng cures D' the score.
il1RVplrctor, OBBAC CO..
KlMfe"c'a Bldg., Chicago. 111.
HSMK.??turn ,na- acutely
J MZBrtnaJ???0 of bloo'l poison '
Wtferful vegetable Obbac,
per banana. " Senator Sherman of
Illinois, referring to thu fact that most
of tho bananas imported come from
Central American countries, said this
country should "cultivate friendly re
lations with tho principal product of
those countries sent from a friendiy
port," for, he continued, "wo have
either got to vitalize the IMonroo doc
trino or ignobly abandon it."
Vote Is Close.
Sonator Weeks of Massachusetts said
tho consumer eventually would pay the
duty of approximately $2,225,000 a
year on bananas.
The vote to sustain the proposed ba--jana
tax was close, thirty-one to twenty-eight.
Senators Thornton and Rans
dell of Louisiana voted with the Re
publicans. Senator Smoot discovered there was
a conflict in the bill relating to dead
and dressed poultry and prepared meats,
whereb' both might bo made dutiable
at 30 per cent under one paragraph aud
free of duty under another. Senator
"Williams said it was an oversight and
consented that the matter, bo recom
mitted for redrafting. Sonator Gronna
sought to increase the proposed rate
on live poultry from ouo to two conts
a pound, but the amendment was re
jected. Senator Smoot sought ineffectually to
increase the rate on powdered cocoa
from two to threo cents per pound.
May Accept Suggestion.
Sonator Norris of Nebraska protested
against the proposed dut' of two cents
per pound on dandelion root and other
substitutes for coffee maintaining that
they sh-ould go on tho freo list. Ho
argued that such a rale was "a direct
protection to the coffee trust." Sena
tor Williams, upon consultation with
other Democrats, consented that the
paragraph go back to the committee
with tho prospect that Senator Nor
ris's suggestion might be accepted.
Senator Gronna, discussing generally
the agricultural schedule, declared the
free-listed articles will be a burden to
the farmers, and will cause a revenue
deficit in the treasury of $25,000,000.
Early in the day Senator McLean of
Connecticut addressed tho senate in
opposition to the senate finance com
mittee amendment prohibiting tho im
portation of feathers of wild birds.
Answering him, Sonator Reed of Mis
souri declared it was a waste of time
to talk about "herons and humming
birds while the business of the country
was haltod pending action on the tariff."
OULUTH POLICE If
Wealthy Lumberman Found
Shot to Death in Basement
of His Home.
DULUTH, Minn., Aiig. 16. Every ef
fort is being made by the police to un
ravel the mystery of tho death yester
day of John McAlpine, the wealthy
lumberman who was found shot to death
in the basement of his home in, the
fashionable east end district.
' Tie police are trying "to. determine
whether murder was committed. The
wound in 5fr. McAlpino's'head is about'
an inch abovo the ear and a little to
the back. It is not such a wound as
would ordinarily be caused in suicide,
declare the police, and the lack of pow-
der marks indicates that the shot was
not fired from a point close to the head.
The developments in the investiga
tion thus far have not supported the
theory of suicide, according to tho po
lice. Thoy can find no motive for sell'
destruction in iar. McAlpines business
affairs, his condition" of Kealtli'.or his
state of mind.
Revolver Is Found.
The authorities declare they are at
sea becauso they did' not learn that a
shooting had occurred until the body
had been removed from the basement -of
the home. Tho revolver, a .48-caliber
automatic, was found under the base
ment steDS, according to the police. t
On the determination of tho question
of suicide will rest the payment of
140,000 in accident money held by Mr.
McAlpine. Policies amounting to $65,
000 are straight life policies and are not
The situation of the basement and
furnace room in the McAlnine home is
such that it would have been impossible
to shoot Mr. McAlpine from the only
window, according to the police.
Theory of Family.
Tho McAlpiues havo a small dog,
and according to Margaret Bergen, the
maid, the animal made a great deal of
noise about 1:30 o'clock. The family
believes that some one attempted- to en
ter the basement window and was about
to crawl through the opening, when tne
dropping oi" a flower pot from the win-.
dow ledge awoke the dog, which slept
near the furnace. Tho barking of the
dog, thoy believe, scared tho intruder
The polic claim, on the1 other hand,
that cobwebs across the window had
not been broken.
When Deputy Coroner McAuIiff came
to the McAlpine home about 3 o'clock
on the morning of tho death, in answer
to the family's call, he was not told,
he says, that a revolver had been found
beside Mr. Mc Alpine's body. He was
told, he says, that the head of the
household had died of heart trouble.
It wats only when Chief Troyer ar
rived that any information was given
out about a weapon, tho deputy coroner
Wife Says Suicide.
According to the police, Mrs. John
McAlpine today turned abruptly from
the murder or accident thoories and de
clared her husband had committed sui
cide. In explanation of the incidents
on the niornmg of tho finding of the
body, Mrs. McAlpine said that about
2:45 a. m. she awoke. The house was
brilliantly lighted." The cards wore on
the table, whore hor husband had been
playing solitaire, waiting for his stop
son, Dale McAlnino, and Dale's wifo,
Finding that hor husband was not m
the bedroom, Mrs. McAlpino wont out
into the corridor. Prom there she caw
that the downstairs rooms wero lighted.
She called hor husband's name, but
there was no answer- She then sum
moned her son, Dale. Ho followed
through the lower floor rooms to the
basement door, which the mother and
son found open. No shot or other dis
turbance had been heard, necording to
According to tho Btory told Cluet
Troyer. young Mr. McAlpine found his
- 'stepfather lying face downvfaifd " noiir
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tne furnace. A wiudow opening into
the basement coal bin had been re
moved, but not sot clear of tho opening.
There was sufficient space, however,,
for a person to enter.
As soon as he . discovered ,the body,
the younger McAlpine hurried to tele
phone a doctor.
John McAlpiner's fortune variously
was estimated today.. His lumber hold
ings in California are said to exceed
$2,000,000. Similar property in "Wiscon
sin, Minnesota and the Pugot sound
country of "Washington is believed to
add several more millions. Some of -the
holdings are said to bo incumbered, but
xt is not known whether Mr. McAl
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UNITED IN DEMANDS
SAN FEANCISCO, Aug. 16.- For the
first time in forty years the Order of
Railway Conductors, the Brotherhood of
Locomotive Engineers, the Brotherhood
of Railway Trainmen nnd tho Brother
hood of 'Locomotive Euginemen and
Firemen are presenting a united front
in their negotiations with the Southern
Negotiations between tho men and
the company over the operation of its
elcctricizod S3'stems in California and
Oregon are moving slowly. Each day
there is a conference botween repre
sentatives of the company and of the
men, and "W. "W- Hanger, the mediator
representing the government, whose ser
vices were invoked under the Newlands
Thus far, it was said today, tho most
important result arrived at has been
the solidification of the four great
unions and tho willingness of thG com
pany to agree that their contentions
shall be received equally and alike.
DROUTH WILL CAUSE
HIGHER BEEF PRICES
"WASHINGTON. , Aup. 1C Sharp in
creases in the prices of fresh beef are
expected to follow the drought that is
scorching the cattle growing states of
Kansas. Iowa. Nebraska and Oklahoma,
and officials of tho department of agrlcul
tura are not concealing their anxiety over
the outlook. Their apprehension is in
creased by unfavorable reports said to
have been received' from agents now In
South America concerning the condition
of cattle there. ,
In anticipation of the increased meat
Imports that would follow the passage of
the tariff measure. Dr. A. B. Melvln was
snt by the department to South America
to observe tho manner in which cattle
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HURON, S. D Aug. 16.R. O. Rich
ards of Huron today announced his can
didacy for the Republican nomination for
governor. He indorses the "platform"
adopted at the recent Republican har
mony mass meeting at Sioux Falls. For
several years Richards has been a leader
of the Progressive faction.
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D. R. FONG SAYS!
"TOO MUCH CUTTING."
DOCTORS ARE TOO ANXIOUS TO
The following Is a clipping taken from a Fort
land paper, giving the editor's vlown ac well as
that of tho people's Idea and view of the present
day surgical operations, ns thoy are performed
by tho practitioner today:
A report la current that four women have died
In this city wlUiln tho last few days as tho re
sult of surgical operations.
Possibly tho .report Is exaggerated. Perhaps,
too, some of theso would be dead today, even If
no operation had been performed. But the fact
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