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Elj 2 THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 21, 1913.
I WILSON GROWS
THE IfS PUSS
i Announces Willingness That
House Take a Recess; Ex-
pects Currency Bill to Be
J SENDS MESSAGE TO
Administration to Accept Sub
I stantial Amendments to the
Measure in Order to Get
III It Through Congress.
fi WASHINGTON, Oct. 20. "With
lW& President Wilson willing to accept sub-
IgS! Btantinl nmendmonts to the administra-
fnrsi 0n c,irrency bH in n P Eocur
nc- BPeoc3' actin on t" measure in
jlwfi tho ponatc committoo, supporters of
IMS tho administration today gravr opti-
1?B mistic over tho chances for tho passage
HP' of the measure before the end of the
iff! extra session of congress.
am Tho president himsolf, in a letter to
Ml Majority Leader Underwood, announced
!hB his willingness to consider a proposal
sgj for ,a recess of tho house, bocanse, ho
said, conferences with members of tho
Jfjji senate conference committee led him
H I to believe tho bill -would bo roported
J to the Eenato tho first week in Novem-
I rjni ber and passed at the present session.
l3m j Republican members of tho comm.it-
jd tco and Senator Hitchcock of Nc-
fStlll braska wore inclined to look upon this
( Ju l plan as too optimistic, but other mem-
;Sfjj Ders of tho committee said they hoped
Sal c vo UP president's
MWl Fewer Reserve Banks.
Pfjj&ll A reduction in tho number of to-
rifsjll serye banks, fixed by the administra
flEjsUl tion bill at twelve, and the removal
IfiBlSn 1 Becrery of agriculture and the
ffl I comptroller of tho currency from the
7 ffl I federal rcservo board which would con-
III trol the now currency system, were
in j the amendments which tho president
r' sil e known ke would not opposo.
fi Almost all tho witnesses before the
ft senate committee have contended for
! these amendments, and a majority of
Ij tho committoo is believed to favor
I Tho proposed amendments would re-
jl tain tho federal reserve board as a
strictly governmental institution, but
St would provide that it be composed of
jfl seven members, six to be appointed by
lit tho president and to dovote their en-
fjj tire time to tho work of the board, and
the Bovcnth to.be the secretary of tho
J j treasury.
I Many Suggestions Made.
II The committoo has not yet takon up
m tho question of reducing tho number
jj of reserve banks, but suggestions have
! been mado putting the number all the
way from three to ten. Senator Weeks
jg (Republican) has a proposal that the
1 number be reduced to ono, a single fed-
j eral bank to be controlled absolutely
IjfjH by the government,
ugl Tho proposal for a recess of tho
mln houso was takon up at the White
Jjjjfig house and at tho capitol today, and
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craving for drink in three dayB, with
out the U6e of painful, dangerous hy
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i I TREATED.
jOj I (AdTertlsement.)
I I KEYSER is for making Salt Lake
: ! attractive to visitors by making it
: SAFE for them.
For beautiful winter and spring flow
ers Hyacinths;. Tulips, Daffodils, etc.,
should be plnnted now,. Importing di
rect from one of tho moat critical
Holland growers, wo are able to com
pete successfully with any houso In
ASK FOR FREE PRICE LIST.
I Seedsmen, Florists and
; 274 South State. Phone Ex. 717.
negotiations continuod without anj'
dclinitc conclusion. -
Mr. Underwood sought Representa
tive Mann aftor receiving tho president's-message
and urged the minority
leader to consent to tho passage of a
joint resolution for a recess of the
houao until November 15. Mr. Mann
postponed decision on tho request un
til tomorrow. Ho then went to the sen
ate and discussed with senate Demo
crats and Republicans tho report that
the currency bill probably would bo dis
posed of in November.
"I found," Mr. Mann said later, "that
llio senate whs without a Quorum, as was
the house. I found that the prosldcnt
had not con6iiltod with Republican sena
tors nor received assurances from them
that the currency bill speedily would be
"I found that tho prosldent must haw
been mistaken or else was verv much
misled. I found that. In all probability
tho currency bill would not get Into the
senate until the next session of congress
and that the president would be. luckv
If It passes by February. Tho president
says there Is an nmbltlous legislative
programme for next winter. Unless con
gress begins work on tho programme
now, we will be horc until next Septem
ber, and, unless there are concessions on
laio currency bill, there mav not be much
legislation enacted but currcnev at the
Express More Confidence.
President Wilson's confidence that Re
publican and Democratic senators would
reach an early agreement on tho cur
rency bill was based on talks with Sena
tor Nelson and one or two other Repub
licans. Members of the senate banking
and -currency committee expressed more
confidence over an early outcomo of the
legislation than did Representative Mann,
hut nonu of tho Republican member?
would predict tho passage of tho bill
within tho time set by the president.
As a quorum of the house is not yet in
town, tho Democratic leaders ennnot act
on a house recess without the consent of
Victor Morawctz of New York, direc
tor of tho National Bank of Commerce,
and a student of the currency problem,
defended tho administration bill before the
senate committee today. He advocated a
reduction In the number of federal rc
servo banks, however, and urged numer
ous minor amendments In the bill.
Secretary McAdoo of tho treasury de
partment and Chnlrman Owen of tho
senate banking and currency committee
conferred at length tonight with Presi
dent Wilson concerning possible amend
ments to tho house bill. Sonator Owen
pointed out tho various amendments
which Republican as well as Democratic
members of tho committee were expecting
NEW YORK. Oct. 20. The New York
Chamber of Commerce today adopted a
resolution approving In tho main the
currency act now before congress, but
suggesting several amendments. One
was tho reduction of the number of fed
eral rcsorvo banks to not exceed four,
with power to operate branches In their
own districts. Another suggested that
membership In the federal rcservo banks
be made of auch Importanco to tho na
tional banks that It need not bo mado
A third rocommondod that existing
banknotes bo retired as" promptly as pos
sible by tho purchase by tho government
at par of outstanding 2 per cent bonds
or by some cquitablo arrangement by
which tho federal reserve banks would
take over thoso bonds In tho national
A fourth amondment proposed that no
moro than flvo mombors of tho federal
board Bhould bo appointed by the presi
dent; tho fifth, that the federal reserve
notes bo Issued by tho federal reserve
bankB without guarantco by the govorn-ment.
TO ORIGINAL BILL
By International News Service.
WASHINGTON, Oct 20. Senator
O'Gorman tonight expressed the opinion
that If a unanimous report on the cur
rency bill Is made by the committee on
banking and currency the chances will
bo good for tho passage of tho currency
measure at this sosslon of congress.
Owing to the number of amendments
considered vital by various members of
the committee, It Is problematical If such
a roport can bo agreed upon.
Some of the proposed amondments
Number of regional reserve banks to
bo greatly reduced, to not exceed five, or
a central bank controlled by tho govern
ment substituted, with sufllclont branches
to provide for th business of the coun
try. Amount of capital stock to be sub
scribed by tho member banks reduced
from 10 per cent of tho capital stock
paid In to 6 per cent of the capital stock
Dividends of the member banks In the
regional reserves restricted to 6 per cent
and all surplus to go to the government.
Country banks to be permitted to con
tinue their profits from exchange, which
is abolished In tho pending bill.
No members of tho cabinet to be ap
pointed on the federal reserve board. The
secretary of the treasury may bo mado
a possible exception.
Reserves to bo maintained In sold and
notes and made redeemablo in gold only,
and not "gold and lawful money."
Country banks to bo given tho privilege
of using "seasonal" or long-time paper
under certain restrictions as security for
National banks to bo permitted to loan
money on real estate up to a certain pro
portion of their resources, to equalize
them with respect to state banks and
trust companies that enter the new sys
tem. To put theso changes Into concrete
form satisfactory to all the members of
the committee will bo a dlfllcult task, and
It may require more than the two weeks
within which President Wilson hopes to
hear of a report from the committee aftor
tho hearings end next Saturday night
Senators Hitchcock and Brlstow still con
tend tho bill cannot pass at this session.
TWO MEN BURNED TO
DEATH NEAR ELY, NEV.
Explosion Occurs in Smokestack of the
Steptoo Sraeltor, Which the Vic
tims Wore Lining.
ELY. Nev.. Oct. 20. Two men were
burned to death and four others received
minor Injuries at McGM today when an
oxplo&Iou occurred In the smokestack of
the Steptoo smelter. The men were en
gaged In lining tho Interior of a now
smokestack with an acid-resisting com
pound. A hose connecting with a gaso
line torch which they were using be
came disconnected and the explosion fol
lowed. A, A. 12111s and Chris Nlkala
opoulos were on a platform In the stack,
twenty-live feet from tho ground, and
were literally cooked to death, their
bodies being unrecognizable whon re
covered. Although the other men were
within the stack thoy escaped with slight
SHERIFF UNABLE TO
SOLVE THE MYSTERY
BEDFORD. Pa,. Oct. 20. Sheriff Grant
Dodson and District Attorney Rellly went
today to the farm of Howard Corley. near
here, to Investigate the circumstances
surrounding tho death of May Turner, a
Miss Turner was standing near a win
dow at tho Corley home when the top
of her head was blown off by a charge
from a shotgun fired from the outside
An Inquest was held and the verdict
will be presented in writing tomorrow
District Attorney Rellly stated tonight
tho only possible verdict would be one
of murder, with the murderer unknown.
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TRAILED Br SLAYER
(Continued lrom Pago One.)
waiting for just half a chanco to use
my hammer, get that necklace and make
a clean escape. There were always too
many people nround.
"Finally she bought' a ticket for New
York. She took a drawing room and
there wasn't a vacant north left In her
car. That saved her on the Journey.
"In New York she went to tho Rltz.
I thought I had her pretty well watched,
hut she slipped away and bought a boat
ticket Bofore I knew It she was on her
way to Europe. Then 1 gave up the at
tempt for t'ho time, thinking that she
would return to Chicago nnd that I would
have a chance to get her and still 'be on
the ground Uiat I lenew In making my
escape. Sho didn't como back."
Tho calendar of ilre. Potter Palmer's
movements last fall shows that she ar
rived In Chicago November 3, left No
vember 10 and ealled on the fourteenth
for Europe, whero she spent a month
beforo returning to New York and then
to her winter 'home in Florldu.
Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days.
Druggists refund money if PAZO
OINTMENT fails to euro Itching,
Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Piles.
First application gives relief. 50c.
ACCUSED OF USING
MAILS TO DEFRAUD
Goldman Brothers on Trial for Not
Living Up to Their Alluring
ST LOUIS, Oct. 20. The trial of
Uarny and Morris Goldman on a charge
of using tho mails to defraud began in
the l'edoral court hero today. It is
charged that the Goldmaus, as manag
ers of tho Dr. Haux Spectacle com
pany, advertised in weekly newspapers
to send a pair of $5 spectacles to any
one who mailed them a coupon at
tached to each advertisement. Coun
sel for tho government stated they
would attempt to show thnt tho Gold
mans never intended to forward Hpec
laclea in return for tho coupons, but
that when they secured the name of a
user of spectacles through thoir adver
tisement they opened correspondence
with him in an effort to soil him a pair
It is charged that the spectacles
wore advertised as enabling a man to
"shoot tho smallest bird in tho tallest
tree on a hnzy morning."
The government claims that the spec
tacles wore such as no reputable occu
list would acll and that tho Goldmans
sold 200,000 pair a year.
Texas on Trial Bun.
NORFOLK. Va,. Oct. 20. The new
dreadnought Texas, the latest of the moat
powerful vessels of the American navy,
passed out today for Rockland. Me., to
undergo her official acceptance trials.
The Texas will be turned over to the gov
ernment In about two months.
Talk Tyng Vote Tyng.
STAGE IS SET FOR
(Continued from Page One.)
the interest of their candidates for com
missioner, Marie Rccdall and H. V. Van
Pelt. Tho strength of these two candi
dates has been the puzzle of the cam
paign. Mixup on West Side.
Five candidates on tho west side are
all making claims of success. An attempt
was made yesterday to got four of the
flvo candidates to withdraw, but no
agreement as to which Bhould make the
race could bo reached, so that today all
flvo were In tho running. They aro
Arnold G. Glauque, Fred TV. Price, C.
Frank Emory, J. W. Wilson and Gus
Polls of the districts. It Is claimed bv
a number of the candidates, show that
the Socialists hav0 less Btrength than was
expected. Two years ago they polled
about 3300 votes, while this year it Is
predicted their vote will not exceed 2500.
Where to Cast Votes.
The polling places are as follows:
Ut of polling placM for 1S13:
District 1 Hoaldenco Mrs. Martin Thorats, 1715
South Fourth East street.
Dlatrlct 5-ReidoncB Peter C, Brlxcn, 1503 South
Ninth East street.
District 3 Hcsldonco C. R. Robblna, 1160 6outh
Eleventh Ent street.
Dlstrlot i Klro department, Ninth South be
tween Tonth and ElovenUi E&at streets.
District C-nwldenco J. T. Nuttull, 610 East
Soventh South street.
District C Kcaidcnco Mm, R. B. Wooller. 4S0
East Ninth South street.
District 7 Ilcaldonco Lena B. Davis, K South
Fourth East otrcet.
District 8 Storo Georgo H. Malln, 70f Bouth
District P Room 2, City and Countr bulldlnc
District 10 Storehouse 439 South Second East
Dlatrlct ll-Itcaldeace Mnj. C. W. Torronco.
-01 South Fourth East street.
District IS Ninth ward moellne house. 416
South Fifth East street.
DUtrlct 13-Reldoiico Mr A. M. Chrlstcnscu,
iZi South .Seventh Esst street
District It Reorganized church. 103 KoAli. Ninth
District IE Residence Peter Peterson, 507 South
Eleventh East street.
District S7 Storu Hemsloy & EmBley, 1613 South
Eleventh East street.
District 83 Farm Hons Mrs. Georgo E. Cannon,
Forest Dilr. 726 Athlon avenue.
District. 101 Residence E. H. Stout, 1X36 Ninth
District 102 Thlrlr.flrat ward amusement ball,
1130 South Ninth East street.
District 16 Thirtieth ward mootlnz houso. First
Wct and Goltz streets.
Dlatrlct 17 Sloro Frank Dunford, S02 South
ElRhtn West street.
Dlatrlct IS-Gymnaclum W. M. Sanderson. Indl
ana avenuo and Navajo street.
District 15-Resldenco Mrs. M. McLaughlin. 463
Weal Sixth fouth ntreet.
District 20-Cunnlncton storo, West Tomple and
Seventh South streets.
District 21-Reslder.ee John E. Busby, 457 South
West Tomplo clreet.
District 22 Residence. Ella Presaoll, 2IS West
Fifth South street.
District 23 Meotlnc houao. Zlghth West be
tween rourth and Fifth South streets.
District 2t Realdcnco Margaret Leathern. 306
South Fourth West street.
District 2J Store EarUler Brothers. S3 Postnf
District 26 Poery hotel. West Temple and Third
District Z7 Shelton nolo!. 125 South West Tern
District :$ Residence Mrs. E. Woodhave, 61
South Second West street.
District 25 Resldonffi Mrs. C. Vf. Tolhurat. 144
South Seventh West street.
District 30 Residence Mrs. Clara Seal, 354 West
rirst S'oulh street.
District 31 Residence Mm. Haltlo M. White. 152
Nirth First Wcat stroot.
District K Flto department, Stcond West be-
tween South Temple and North Templo streets.
District S3 Rojldcnco Dan Macklntosch, 611
West First North street
District 31 Residence Mary II. Sterling, H9
North Seventh West stroot.
District 35 Rcaldenco Mrs. R. G. Collett. 327
Dl3trlct 36 Rcsldonco O. B. Osttr, 437 North
Second West strcot.
District 37 Residence J. M. Lees. 613 "West
Fuurth North street
District 3S Resldcnco Mrs. J. B. Gamblo, 717
North Second West struct.
District 33 Storo Edward Brooks. Tenth West
and Tenth North streets.
DUtrlct 40 Residence B. F. Jobnr.on, 214 Center
Dlatrlct 11 Rcsldonco Phoebe C. Taylor, 61
North Stnto Btrcot.
District 42 Ilrlgham Street pharmacy, corner
E and Brlgham ntroots.
District 43 Sixth Avcnuo drug ntoro. 402 Sixth
District 44 Keith Enrage, 523 East South Templo
Dlotrlct 5 Fire department, I street between
Fourth and Fifth avenues.
DUtrlct 4G Rcsldonco Annio Hlgham, 753 Second
District 47 Residence J. A. Dc'alloy, 1153 First
District 4S Residence Mrs. R. Gunn, 1113 Buctio
Dlatrlct 43 Resldcnco Mra. M. A. Johnson. 233
South Ninth Edit strcot.
District 50 Brynot Moro, 702 East Flrat South
Dlatrlct Bl Residence Mrs. Jettlo Browning, 433
Emit Third South street.
District 52 Residence Mrs. J. N. Murray, 210
South Third East itrcot.
Dliitrlct 53 Storo. 133 East Second fc'outh struct,
Dlntrlct Cl-Storo U G. Robblns, C7 East First
Talk Tyn Vote Tynff.
BORAH DRAWS LINE
AT MILITANT METHODS
Special to The Tribune.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 20. Senator
Borah, who recently accepted an Invita
tion to address a woman suffrage meet
ing Saturday evening next at Newark,
N. J., today heard that Mrs. Pankhurst
was to address tho same meeting. lie
accordingly supplemented his acceptance
with a statement that ho did not believe
In lawlessness and that If Mrs. Pankhurst
expounded her theories of woman suf
frage at the meeting he would reserve
the right to express his views of her
methods lie Is now uncertain whether
or not lils Invitation will bo withdrawn.
PHY DEIiS A
NEW YORK. Oct. 20. Charles F.
Murphy, leader of Tammany Hall, de
manded today a grand .1ury Investigation
of charges alleged to have been made by
John Purroy Mltchel. fuslonlst candi
date for mayor, to tho effect that the
Democratic organization leaders were
colonizing voters for use on election day.
A letter from Mr. Murphy demanding
such an Investigation was nlaecd before
the- grand jury by Judge Malone of the
court of general sessions.
"I reciuost that you Immediately suu
n ..t0..l,,e Krand .i"iv now sitting this
matter, says the letter, so that prompt
action may be taken to Investigate the
charges made by Mr. Mltchel. and If tinw
are substantiated to orosecute tho of
'enders lo the full extent of the law.
Charges of this sort occur In each
succeeding campaign, but heretofore thv
have been mado anonymously, and Tt
seems to mo desirable that they should
be investigated, that the truth may be
made known. I inclose herewith a clip
ping quoting Mr. Mltchel. and I pHcc
myself entirely at the disposal of your
self and the grand Jury to answer any
charges Mr. Mltchel may make."
It need not be said by the court, gen
tlemen, that the subject matter of this
letter is important." said Judge Malone
to the .Grand jury. "If the renort re
ferred to In this communication be accu
rate, then a specific charge has been
made by a specific person against an
other of a serious offense against a law.
The court directs you to take up at once
this grave nubile matter. It Is worthy
of your Intelligence and conscientious
ROOSEVELT WILL LAND
AT RIO JANEIRO TODAY
RIO JANEIRO. Oct. 20. Tho steamer
y3?d& V'lth 9oloncl Theodo?c Roose
velt aboard, arrived off -Rio Janeiro to
night, but owing to tempestuous "vcather
according to a wireless dispatch, she will'
I not enter port until mldnltrln. folone
When a physician wishes to
reinforce reinvigorate vonr
system, invariably Ke will
advise the free use of a good
Standing alone in its class,
the high regard in whiVk'
WHITE RogK WATER t
held by the doctors of today is
attested by its enormous sale.
; K ub;
" nil :
Roosevelt and his party will -v.7),
at S o'clock tomorrow momli vFc;
Elaborate preparations for "f1
tlon of the ex-prcsldcnt liave
pletcd, lut the official prop ami
not be decided upon until al ijjijji
Roosevelt has been comraunl '
Tho government hopes that
will be able to remain In J mhOi
n week and apartments In 1
barn palace have beyn pU J1
ness for him as the guest of,:
Dr. La tiro Muller, the fordj 1
and Colonel Roosovelt todar iy
felicitations by wireless. B
Your eyos should have: WRrki
We will make a scleiiriflfljls ifi
nation of your eyes
CHARGE, if you reauirt ft UO
and fit thorn at the
Five-Year Gold-Filled mi ,
Fifteen-Year GolcUldjp. '
or Rimless Spectacle?,
BI-FOOAL IEfl Bft'
For near and far " i.
pair of glass"
ecial Care Given ity .
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