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HI 2 THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SATURDAY MORNING, "APRIL 4, 1914. 'Mj
FATE OF TOLLS
: REPEAL IS YET
I Republican Senators Classed
as Doubtful Show a" Tend
ency to Line Up Against
! MAJORITY WILL BE
SMALL EITHER WAY
London Spectator Declares
Honor of United States Is
Now at Stake Before
WASHINGTON, April 3.-The Pan
ama canal tolls exemption controversy
has reached the simmering stage in the
senate pending consideration of the re
peal bill and proposed compromises by
the committee on interoccanic canals
next week. Leaders on both, sides con
tinned their activities today, howover,
preparing for the final clash of the ab
sorbing legislative battle.
Two salient points were emphasized
in the nndeTcnrrent developments to
day. One "was the concerted effort bo
ing made by Republican senators to
nnite against the president's repeal pol
icy on the ground of political expe
diency, and the other was the rein
forced determination of administration
leaders to yield to no -compromise on
the house bill providing for flat repeal
"of toll exemption for American ships.
Politics Cuts Figure.
Among Republican senators who have
been classified as doubtful, with regard
to their intentions concerning the re
peal, there is a general tendency to line
up against the president. Democratic
senators who are championing the pres
ident's cause, assert they welcome this
movement, confident that it can have
no other effect than to solidify the
Democrats and aid in assuring success
for the administration. These Demo
crats, while admitting that five of their
number cannot be induced to abandon
their opposition to the bill, insist that
there is every reason to believe that all
other majority senators eventually will
support the bill. They eventually are
assured of support for the measure .by
some of the Republican senators, de
spite the effort of the minority to unite
against the president.
Such Republicans as Senators Root,
Lodge, Burton and McCumber are
counted upon as unalterably opposed to
toll exemption for American snips, and
with these votes the administration
leaders retain their confidence that
nothing can prevent ultimate victory
for the repeal bill.
A bill authorizing tho president to
I SUMY SPECIAL!
H THREE FLAVOR BRIOK
HI Maple Pecan
H Pineapple Sherbet
H 50c Quart Delivered.
H Crescen! Ice ream 60.
H Phone Wasatch 186.
I Rolled Rlbc Beef, lb 24r
Steer Pot Roast, lb . ".ibc
Home Rendered Lard, lb ifie
Leg Mutton, lb 15c
Leg Lamb, lb V.'tfXc.
East Broadway Market
143 E. Broadway. Wasatch 3721,
We give S. & H. Tradlna Stamps.
I UINTAH LANDS
Hk Notice The "Wood Realty company
S T5in 9?e,n ?n offlce r we Kale of
f Uintah lands at 206 Utah Savines &
m, Trust buildins, on April 6. It win
l ' 0 013en . of,nces at Duchesne and
H Winn on April 15. for the purpose of
Ji fchowins Reservation lands. We soil
U1 hest and cheapest lands In the
i Reservation. Don't fail to call at our
WOOD REALTY COMPANY,
20B Utah Savings I&. Trust Bldg.
Salt Lake City, Utah.
'MOTHER' JONES CASE
1 SUPREME COURT
Attorney for Mine Workers
Files Petition for Writ of
DENVER, April 8J A petition for a
writ o habeas corpus in behalf of
"Mother" Mary Jon ob, held -as a mili
tary prisoner in tho county jail at
"Walsonborg1, Coio., was tendered to tho
state supreme court late today by Hor
ace ,N. . H&wiins, attorney for the
United Mine Workers of America. The
court is asked to take original, jurifidic- j
tion. It will decide at a later date
whether or not to entertain the suit.
During the confinement of "Moth
er' ' Jonos, tho 82-ycaf'old' strike lead
er, in a hospital at Trinidad, applica
tion for a writ of habeas corpus was
made to tho supreme court, but' denied
on February 18, on tho ground that the
lower court first should: pass upon the
case. Subsequently actioa was brought
in tho district court of Las Animas
county. Thoro tho petition also was
denied. A plan to appoal to tho bu
prome court was given up when, on tho
verv day on which the paperB were to
have been filed, "Mother' Jones was
released. She was rearrested at Wal
aenburg in the coal strike district while
on her way back to Trinidad.
Mr. Hawkins in bringing his present
suit contends that tho issnea now are
identical with those upon which the
district court already has. given its de
cision, and that further action in that
court is unnecessary.
ON ANTITRUST BILLS
Chairman Nowlaads Tells of tho 'Salient
Features of Proposed Legis
lation. WASHINGTON, April 3.- While the
Panama toll exemption controversy has
been overshadowing all other legislation
for several days, members of the senate
committee on interstate commerce have
continued at work in preparation of the
antitrust bill which is to be reported in
the near future.
Senator Newlands, chairman of th
committee, said today that the bill, in
so far as its salient features are con
cerned, is practically complete. It em
braces provisions for establishment of
an interstato commissionj a- section to
prohibit interlocking directorates of
competing concerns and ono to prohibit
certain forms of holding companies and
to regulate others.
"There remained to be worked out."
said Senator Newlands, "ebrae supple
mental features, members of the com
mittee differing as to the adequacy of
the Sherman aot as it -stands."
When the senate bill will be re
ported is still problematical.
HIGGINS WILL PLEAD
GUILTY OF MURDER
GALESBTJEG-, HI., April 3. Hob'eTt
Higgins, charged with Killing his wife
so ne could marry his stepdaughter, Ju
lia Flake, has decided to plead guilty,
State's Attorney John M. Wilson an
HigginB has asserted heretofore ho
would oppose the charge, although au
thorities claimed to hold his confession
supposed to have been made the day of
Julia Flake, the 15-year-old step
daughter, may escape prosecution, al
though the state's attorney would not
sav fshe would be exempted.
The Mercer county grand jury which
will consider the murder case will meet
contracc with American registered
steamships and steamship lines using
the Panama canal was introduced today
by Representative Edmonds of Pennsyl
vania. Under the measure tolls on
American ships would be remitted for
a period of ten years, the amount of
such tolls to be payable out of tho
treasury every six months, and the
American ships would bo required to
carry mails without charge to -the gov
ernment. Proof would be required that these
vessels were not railroad controlled.
Would Post Rates.
"All agreements made with other
parties or lines, including railroad
lines," the bill provides, "shall bo ap
proved by the department of commerce,
and all 'freight rates shall be" posted
with, and subject to revision by the
These sMds or lines would not be
prohibited from pro-rating with all
railroads on an equitablo basis, but
would be required to agree that m-national
emergencies they would be hold
at federal disposal to agree to give
preference to goods made and produced
m the United 'States. Tolls would -be
charged against any part of cargoes
not originating in the United States or
originating in South America and con
signed to the United Stales.
LONDON, April 3. Th Spectator,'
commenting upon the status of the Pan
ama canal tolls repeal bill in the Unit
ed States congress, says in an editorial
"The honor of the United States is
now' at stake before the whole world.
Wo do not think we Bhall be charged
with affection if we say that the qu'es?
tipu whether British 6bips are or are
not to pay more than their share for
the up-keep of tho, canal i3 as nothing
compared with the question whether the
United States can or cannot bo counted
upon to accept the obvious meanings ot
treaties and scrupulously to observe
"If the mighty Anglo-American, race,
in the United States, which has re
ceived the imprint of Anglo-Saxon
character, allows it to be said that the
United States does not respect treaties,
a. crippling blow will have been struck
at the best of all Anglo-Saxon tradi
tions. The values of international re
lations would be changed and the world
would be different."
Give Comfort to Stout Persons.
A good wholesome cathartic that has
a stimulating effect onvthe stomach, liv
er and bowels is Foley Cathartic Tab
lets. Thoroughly cleansing in action,
they keep you regular with no griping
and no unpleasant after effects. They
remove that gassy distended feeling, so
uncomfortable to stout persons.
Schramm-Johnson, Drugs, ."The Nover
SubstitutorB," five (5) good Btores.
og pnoosg -ft go ''oq snog c$ ifsrrBa
fipoas laAog pno nepxea 'gst?i3 -spaBg
SYSTEM OF LEASING
Some Hope That Mineral Re
sources of the Country
Will Be Developed.
WASHINGTON, April 3. HearingE
on. tho Ferris bill -which would open,
through a leasing system, tho minora!
rqsourciB on tho public domain, wore
closed today by the houso lands com
mittee, which agreed to begin execu
tive consideration of tho measure next
Tuesday. The bill may be ready to re
port to the houso a week later.
Olay Tallman, commissioner of tho
general land office, and George Otis
mith, diroctor of the goological sur
vey, were tholast witnesses today, both
indorsing tho bill. Dr. Smith Baid that
while thoro was enough coal available
in tho mines of the country to last
several thousand year3, tho legislation
was desirnblo to prevent monopoly.
Commissioner Tallman said that in the
pil fields in California thoro has been
many dummy ontrios. the patents 'for
which wore 'being' held up. He urged,
however, that despite irregularities tho
present locators and operators should
do given somo equitable relief, and
then put under the gonoral leasing plan.
Tho committee later mot in oxocutive
session and Roprosontativo Lenroot of
Wisconsin presented a draft of a sep
arate bill to meet tho California situa
tion undor which tho secretary of the
interior temporarily would retain as
rovalty part of tho oil produced and
hold it until the patents wero issued or
refused for tho lands. This would meet
tho objection that under present condi
tions tho oil is being drained by hold
ers of adjacent lands, including the
Standard Oil company and the Southern
WOMAN MISSING AND
MURDER IS SUSPECTED
VANCOUVER, B. 0., April 8. Tho
disappearance and probable murder of
Mrs. Charles J. Millard, wife of tho
chief ticket agent of tho Canadian Pa
cific railroad here, was admitted today
by tho police, after twenty-four hours'
fruitless search for any traco of hor.
Tho 17-year-old Chinese servant of
the Millards is under arrest.
Mrs. Millard's disappearance was dis
covered early yesterday, when her hus
band, returning from a business trip to
Victoria, found tho house empty, except
for tho servantt who would say nothing.
He telephoned m vain to neighbors and
friends; no .ono had seen Mrs. Millard
since earlv in the week. Tho police
took up tho search, which soon nar
rowed down to an examination of the
Chinese houseboy. So far as is known,
his refusal to say anything is the only
roason for his detention.
INDIANA STREET CAR
TERRB HAUTE, Ind April 3.
Charges of larceny, burglary and receiv
ing stolon goods are made In three in
dictments returned today against Manager
T. F. Grover of the Terra Haute. In
dianapolis -& Eastern, Traction company;
Edward J. Davis, auditor of the com
pany, and David Slasterson. The latter
la In Jail now under $25,000 bond on
charges of conspiracy against Felix
Blankenbaker, who served as a special
judge In the trial of William Huffman,
who was recently convicted of election
Two of tho Indictments are against
Grover and Masterson. on charges of lar
ceny and burglary, and are based on tho
alleged entering of the room of C. J.
Colgan, a street car union organizer, at
a local hotel, for the purpose of taking
documents, letterheads and other papers
said to' contain Information concerning
the organization of the street car union
here. The other Indictment charges
Grover and Davis with receiving stolen
goods and is hosed on the alleged turning
over to tho traction men of data said to
have been taken from Colgan's room. -
Big dancing party at the Majestic,
Saturday night, April 4. Enlarged or
chestra. Be there. (Advertisement.)
Seeds grass, garden and flower seeds.
Bailey & Sons Co., 63 E. Second So.
ICE CREAM BRICK
Try this good one:
1 inyer Sherry Macaroon.
1 layer Peach Sherbet.
1 layer RICH VANILLA ICE
Packed In Ice and delivered.
50 l BRICK
KEELEY ICE CREAM CO.
260 STATE 51 MAIN.
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for all kinds of
Hobday's Flower Shop
247 State St.
Ill DENIAL Hi
I 212 MAIN STREET. fl
I Honest Work J
I Honest Prices I
i Painless extraction of teeth or no pay. I
M All work guaranteed. fl
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Office hours: 8:30 a. m. to 6 p. m, 1
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Utah Products Week SSHi1
Exquisite Suits and Dresselt
New arrivals coming to hand daily, maintain the m&
varied and excellent showing of Opening Day.
There has been a tremendous demand for Ladies' Suits. Never vi
before have we sold so many at this period of the season. All the (QJ.SKf
latest styles are shown' in the newest fabrics.
We are showing an immense variety of Dresses from the MSjlKt
modest house dress to the exquisite evening gown creation. H0SflBSf
Beautiful Spring .New ' Petticoats H
Coats Waists ' Special $120 Mm Wjl
We have just received another A handsome These are exceptional petticoat 'i&jMmWmi
shipment of 250 new Coats, includ- j-ne Q new values. A brocaded banzai petti- " wSmllJWSmHmA
I ing the popular Balmacaan and t t coat' that looks like silk, but iwll U'lfS 'W6
Sport Coats, as well as the dressy Waists ill wears better, also a messalino WM$h wSfii
effects in moire, taffeta silks, voiles and lin- fl1unCIed skirt We have them in 1)W IS
, , VKJLa au.K.1. xlxi au coiors mahogany, rose, emer- I wW mir-Mgtr
evemng shades and black. All . f ald, light blue, king's blue, navy IS
the new fabrics and colors are blue, violet and black. Special, s&mMm
m the variety. $1.50 Tip. only $1.20. ) Ki
f Millinery h. ge7t)ice
VaLUeS, Only We appreciate the n,ayp
expressions received re- Imm
Nobby effects trimmed with maline, garding our store service.
7 we are continually slrir-t
flowers, feathers and ribbons. You ing for excellence along f
must see them to appreciate them. Se- Joiin tb1,rfor? S
pleased at our customers'-Mii
lect nOW at $4.50. appreciation. jpg
jj I Demonstration Luxor Toilet Necessities and Armour Soaps, North Aisle, Main Street. jMtts
4 1 jjjjl
j Now. is the time to replenish your linen supply. Our entire line, including the finest quality Irish linens on themarjjBf
I I New, clean, fresh goods that you will he proud of in any company all table damasks, all table napkins, all taBf
j j sets, all doilies, all lunch cloths, all tray cloths, all scarfs included in this sale at One-Fourth Off. '
j j 'Hr"
Bleached Muslin Bleached Sheeting Silks and Dress Goods MniBi CL
Old Faithful, special a yard 7c 42-in. Pepperell. special 15c A nf -nv-.a e:llr I V CC4 OlOcW1
Top Notch, special a yard 8c -ln Pepperell. special 16c A,ge f g-fijf fheP; mb
Hope, specai a yard 9c ?:J gp: g!::::::::::: Icn'rSlJSfr a?d!i.iea Qtfll W-
Fruit of Loom, special a yard. .11c 8-4 Pepperell. special 23c vard: special $1.00 iJlULCii 'sB1
rr - 7 0-4 Pepperell. special. 25c All Silk, Ecru, Pongee, 36 V lM
Unbleached Muslin 10"4 Peppere11' speclaI ?IC beln W A1I the n677 styles are Dow Mf
Unbleached Sheeting klsMB PoA
Indian Head, special a yard... 10c 10-4 Pepperell. special 25c btnporl lub bJlks, do inches
vride, regularly sold at
White Goods 20 Off Bed Spreads 20 Off Bi&9 pcVuar Si spSc4aie; ' m S5c , M
We are showing a very choice cose now from our entire line inches wide, regularly sold j Q K
variety of India IJnons. Flaxons, of EDreads satin Marseilles and at $!-2i a yard: special.. 9.oc - (Wife
TLr& hPet! aiS "all slzV Slo per cent All Figured' Silk Novelties- 9 UK
,tT., , , , cade de -haii, Crepe Poplins, etc. er .H.
AMOSKIDAG APRON GING- on AXJCDSHI02s iSAM) PILLOWS special, 20 per cent off. AJE.
HAaiS. SPECIAL A YARD.. ..61c 20 PER CET OFF. ' "U V UU Kgk
ALNCHEST33R AND RUIMSON ALL BLANKETS AND QUILTS tt i iliBTMS
PERCALES, SPECIAL, 121c A IN COTTON, WOOL AND $1 9R I JmhrpllnQ &J&&mm
YARD. DOWNS AT 20 PER CENT OFF. VX.ukJ IILUieUUS, MvfmJl BW''
See the fac-simile Utah granite column T a. ?Pcf? $1-00 S mi,
I i t . I . , . , . r Ladies 3 and Gents' Urabrel- S5sVP iWr
m our Carpet Dept. It is the exact size of ias: thej sen regularly for n m&
the monoliths that many of Salt Lake's citi- $L25; speda1, each $L0 Wi
zens favor being 'used for completing the Underwear Specials Z. C. M. L Fadorjm
State Capitol Building. on Second Floor Shoes i
Variety Sale of Hair Goods " WJJSf i? Sftffi t&nSiff?A
B I Tomorrow -we offer a variety of styles selected especially for this lU? to date colors, only. . ..-53.00 tho laborer or the mechanic. Bl1
I sale. Beautiful Switches, Becoming Transformations and Natural Ladies ' Crepe Bloomers, our Western Scout Show H
B I fl Psyche Puffs are featured. white and pink, regular 6oc ideal for outdoor wear. -9
( Exceptionally wavy switches. Very soft and all long hair. ti AC t urf1I1S4iiiP WaI Ci 'C 50c ' J9
Short stems. Tomorrow ? Ladies' Silk Bloomers black,
I I Long hair transformations. Naturally wavy. Can bo worn cither navj-, sky blue, grcou, ran- Hsir Jislat'O fWlf fl
over or under the hair. Splendid value. - a A eo and mahogany; a $3.00 HaraWare UepUm
8 i Tomorrow ib 14-17 Bloomer regularly, special $2.2o . , . . .
I 1 wnw hair liarn valuo tomorrow HrZJC tnc new shades, an extra quautA iiaraware.
I TVa tomorrow c? h finQ u -a tools are handy m every M.
D 1 Manicuring 3oc Massaging 50c value at " 44 50 hammers, axes, hatchets, saM
Huirdressing 50c Shampooing 50c Ladies' Summer " Vest," " low ' wrenches, planes, screwdnv
i , neck and no sleeve, also etc etc. TaiiB
1 J t I low neck and short sleeve, Also a largo stock ,-?BH
t slsS -5c "values, special 10c smiths' Tools. Carpenters ThI
! TfcSa O A F 1H1 ziL" Ladies' Summer Vests, low Mechanics' Tools. IS I
Ww$t torttcuiar Liotmng vSoaforno Bleovee' a 35c $4?o0sbltc $T0eaol Harncs3 fw
' JlMlmik For Men and Youths w8'.? ur?iou. ' T$?Mk
MWMMWk vuins tiehfc a 65c value f0- 50c We have n fine hne of wm
I WMmB$Bk Eacb Jine BSgts character and indi- L D' S' Vk Bbt np Kobes to select from.
SMWwm duality. CTiitom tailored Suits that summer weight lisle; regu- . ;
jWmMW will keep their shape and give you lar 75c values; special. ... oOc ( nrnot Dpnt II.
mlpmsMff Plohdid service. Now is tho timo to Isl&l JC.L uyi i
llWrnXMSl mako your 8eloction' U , 7 D x j. Snecial prices will be made :M
WMWmW rl xL- , r. Hotel, ReStaUrant CTonferenU vitors-rn j, M
llli aothnSat Pnce and 'Soda Foun. MSSi
H IIBi and Less fny-n Qnfrf7yvc the latesfc pattern desipns'
11 llHvi lf n c j pj lain OUppLieS . aptctated PEB9ES
1 ilWll COnd tloor Qn Third loovTaQ would be a Sweeper-Vac Bugm
fflMMlU Extraordinary values that you must Tricf Carpet Cleaner or .an ""'S'"
KSIil I Win suroly take advantage of. Elevator. Duslless Mop.N Take one ?m
I H liraW , A special table of xnens black Prince "We are exclusive agents with you. aWtl
I U V I. Ml Albert and Cutaway Suits. pm. ifl, We have the finest line ior
. ,,f I! I A nice line of' fancy tweed and r t!le ew Vnfied Hotel uine Navajo Blankets in the !
I J M M worsted Suits, medium and heavy and .Restaurant China tlie JWk
'(tHJll ll 7iziht3' inclulinff 9touts aDd estra celebrated Mayer China that M
Ijfflffl' A line of boys' School Suits. is practically unbreakable. VTSK m:'
I MWMWSj 4:lso a feYnme1?,s heayy Cord Suits Tt is just what the trade has feSIWSSWl - ;
I; fllll iflifmlflli in brown and drab. , , 7 -rT. ., , . , IIS5Aa3Sl iB':J
i fl illllPi During Conference these will bo sold wanted. Visit our Crockery mmMI
jj a Half Price, and some at Less Than dept. on third floor and ex-
f5?l " ' crockery.
BnSl OUR DRUG STORE IS AT SSM
-Qf ii .1 112-111 SO. JLUN STREET r-