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I ill ' THE EVENING STAJTDARD, OGDEN, UTAH, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1912. Mr-
I RAYNER DEAD
I Leading Democrat in
Senate Succumbs to
j Washington, Nov. 25. Senator isft-
j dor Rayncr of Maryland, one of the
! leading Democratic members of tho
i "United States senate, and a man
! -whose name was offered to the Haiti-
more convention by William .F. Bry
an as a suitable candidate for the
presidential nomination, died hero
early today at the cud of a long
Illness resulting from continued at
tacks of neuritis.
Strikina Figure of Senate.
I Senator rtayner was one of the
striking figures of the senate He
! I had been a member of that body foi
, nearlv eight years and was one or
" its strong debaters and a recognizee
authoritv on matters or constitutional
I law. Before he entered congress he
had attained a national reputation bo-
cause of his vigorous conduct of the
late Admiral Schley's case before the
naval court of inquiry that Invcsti
i gated tho action of tho American of-
! ficors in the battle with Admiral Cei-
' vcra's fleet of Spain.
Maryland Legislator at 28.
Mr Ravuer was a nathe of Baiu-
!l more and was G2 years of age He
s was a member of the Maryland legis-
t I lature when 2S years old and served
; three terms in the national house or
I ' , representatives In the period from
y-"1 ' 1SS6 to 1S92. He was elected to the
k ' ! United Stales senate in 1904, after
. J having served a four-year term as
, attorney general of Maryland.
Had Marked Influence In Senate.
As a member of the committee on
foreign relations and the judiciary
committee, Senator Rayncr devoted
especial attention during the last few
ears to America's foreign problems
t "and constitutional questions. He was
W a strong advocate of the abrogation or
'f, the trea'tv with Russia because of that
R country's" discrimination against pass
im ports held bv American Jews, and ex-
i erclsed a marked Influence In getting
r the senate to Indorse such action.
Republican to -Fill Vacancy.
y The control of the United States
r senate after March 4 may hinge on
the death of Senator Rayncr. The
' Republican who it is expected Gover
nor Goldsborough will appoint in his
place will hold office at least until
tho Maryland legislature meets In Jan-
' nary, 1914. Senator Rayner's death
, removes one of the Democrats on
f whom the control of the senate de-
t pends in the new congress. With his
vote the Democratic leaders counted
I on 49 votes, or one more than a ma-
u ' jority of the total membership of 96.
3 1 In any evont 4S votes, with the vote
i of the vice president in case of a tie,
-was looked upon as sufficient strength
. l f ., to secure control.
t : While, the Democrats still lmve an
f " apparent voting strength of 4S the
death of Senator Rayncr draws closer
' the line of party control.
Senator Suffered Severely.
M Senator Rayncr had been in a com-
-fjM atose state since last Wednesday, with
i MM only one or two slight rallies. His
IJl severe illness covered a period of
jb about six weeks, dating from the et-
Wl forts made in. the Joint political de-
I h hate with Bourke Cochran at Baltlmoro
late In September. Physicians com-
. pelled him to Tetire from the cam
paign at once after that and he ie
turned to his Washington home, whore
ho died at 6:20 o'clock this corning.
For over five years Senator Ra nor
had been a euffered from neuritis, the
attacks often making his work ardu
ous and painful
His death creates a vacancy n the
senate that probably will be f lied b
a Republican, through appointment
bv Governor Goldsborough or Mary
land. While the legislature of that
state Is Democratic it does not meet
this winter and the Republican gover
nors' appointment will hold through
the opening sessions of the next con
gress. Baltimore, Md., Nov. 25,-William
p Jackson, member of the Repub
lican national committee. avIII be ap
pointed Senator Rayner's successor,
it is believed here, although Govern
or Goldsborough has said he will not
consider the matter until after the
funeral. ' ... .,
The appointee will serve until nib
successor Is chosen by the legislature,
which does not meet until January ol
'with the election of this body next
fall, primaries will be held at which
the voters will express their prefer
ence, not only for the candidate to
fill out the unexpired portion of Mr.
Ravncr's term, but also for the suo
ces'sor to Senator John Walter Smith,
whose term ends March 5. l9lo.
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j. ' Deposits 2,000,000.00
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! I G. W. BARLOW, Pres.
Cannot Be Convicted of
First Degree Murder
Salem, Mass., Nov 25. Joseph J.
Kttor aud Artiiro Giovannltti, who on
Saturdav pleaded that they bo sent
to the e"lectrlc chair if found guilty of
the murder of Anna Loplzzo In the
Lawrence textile strike, cannot he
convicted of murder in tho first de
cree. Judge Quinn, in charging tho jury
todav, Instructed that the evidence
in the case did not warrant a first
degree verdict If guilty, the verdict,
he said, must ho second degree mur
der Caruso may be found guilty of first
degree murder, but none of the defen
dantn under the form of the Indict
ment could be adjudged guilty of
Hundreds Cheor Prisoners.
When the prisoners were biought
from the jail today hundreds of their
friends greeted them with prolonged
cheers and clapping of hands as they
left their carriages.
GSovannitli's attention was called
to a Rome dispatch that the Socialist
union had proclaimed his candidacy
for the chamber of deputies fiom the
constituency of Carpi.
"That is very fine of them," said
GIoannlttl, "but I could not be elect
ed because I am not old enough. One
must be 32 years of ago and 1 am
Charge to Jury.
In beginning his charge to the jury
Judge Quinn described tho case as
one of "momontous importance." From
what he had observed of tho jurors
In the box. the judge declared, he
was sure their verdict would bo
reached "without any feeling of sym
pathy or prejudice and without re
gard to the consccruonces that may
attach to a verdict."
The commonwealth, the court said,
was tender with defendants at the
bar, "seeking no victims and de
manding no sacrifice. A false ver
dict against the prisoners would be
no greater wrong against the defen
dants than against tic community A
false acquittal would also wrong the
"Proof," said tho court, ' doc3 not
mean proof to a mathematical dem
onstration, but the case must not be
left to surmise, conjecture and que
ry." Judge Outlines Charges.
Judge Quinn outlined the charges
against the defendants, the partici
pation in the riot In which Anna Lo
plzzo was killed and Inciting violonce
by Ettor and GiovannitU. The com
plaint of tho working people of Law
rence against their employers could
not be considered In thl3 case, ho
The riot of January 29 in Lawrence,
in which the womau met her death,
was discussed, the court reviewing
"Rights are not be determined noi
wrongs vindicated by tumultuous
riots," the court said. "All who par
ticipate in such riots where murder
occurs are princlials in the crime. U
is for you to determine whether the
riot occurred and if Caruso was
ON BY THE TURKS
London, Nov. 25. Ashmead Bart
lett, correspondent of the Daliy Tele
graph, In n dispatch sent by way of
Constanza, says that while returning
from the front he was fired on by
Turkish troops, whoso comrades ex
plained to him that It was not through
accident but due to orders they had
received to shoot any foreigner found
Rithln tho lines.
By bribing the pickets. Mr. Bartlett
gays, he was taken before the com
manding officer, who provided an
other officer to escort him to Con
stantinople. He declares that If any
correspondent disappears, these or
ders will account for his fate, and It
will be easy for the Turks to explain
that tho victim was shot In action.
The life of the correspondents at
the front is made intolerable. There
are no rules or regulations and no
censor and they are subjected to a
series of persecutions to which many
Einy escape through luck.
But all aro lahle to suffer. Car
rying all the necessary permits makes
Tho correspondent says the Turk
ish government has given Nazlm Pa
sha the power to meet the Bulgarian
delegates at any time lie sees fit to
discuss the terms of peace, but he
seems to be marking time pending
the receipt of fresh proposals less
unreasonable than the Jtrstf.
"Washington, Nov. 21. An award
that Is considered a partial victory
for the 30,000 locomotive engineers
in tholr controversy, began last Janu
ary, with the fifty-two railways op
erating in the territory east of Chl-
cago and north of Norfolk and Cin-
cinnatl, was announced hero today
I by the board of arbitration which in
j vestigated the question at issue. .The
I award, which dates back to May 1
J last aud will stand for one year, set
I tied the most Important , American
I labor dispute submitted to arbitra
I Uon since the antharcite coal strike In
In its report the board suggests the
creation of federal and state wage
I commissions which shall exorcise
I functions regarding labor, engaged
R upon public utilities, analogous to
H those exorcised with regard to capi-
tal by the public service commissions
already in existence.
Tho representative of the engineers
on tho board, P. H. 'Morrissey, diB
sonted from this suggestion, which,
he said, in its effect virtually meant
compulsory arbitration and was whol
Following are the more important
of the board's awards and the re
quests of the engineers:
In passenger service a minimum
wage was granted of $4.25 for 100
miles or less; and an overtime rate
of 50 cents per hour with an average
speed of twenty miles per hour. The
engineers asked ?4 40 and $4.60 per
day of 100 miles, with an overtime
rato of 70 cents per hour after five
In through freight service a mini
mum was granted of $4.75 per day of
100 miles or less, with overtime pro
rata after ton hours. The engineers
requested rates of $5.25, $5.50 and
$5.75, per day of 100 miles and $7 for
In local freight service, 25 cents
additional to the through freight
rates was granted This met the full
request of the engineers. In switch
ing service, a minimum of $1.10 per
dav of ton hours or less was granted.
The engineers asked $1 50 per day of
ten hours In switching service and for
belt line service.
All existing rates higher than the
minimum granted by the board arc
continued In force.
The board ;olnts out that a rail
road strike for tho great centers of
the United States can no longer be
considered as a matter which pri
marily affects the railroad operators
and employers. "While it does affect
them seriouslj the public Is far
more deeply tnterestod
MAY BE MEDIATOR
London, Nov 25. Telegraphing from
Vienna, tho correspondent of tho Dally
Telegraph sas Archduke Franz Fer
dinand, heir apparont to the Austrian-
Hungarian thione, reached Vienna
early Sunday from Berlin, where he
has been on. a visit to Schonbrunn,
the seat of the imperial palace, where
he remained for one hour with Emper
or Francis Joseph.
Later the empeior received Mar
Ghal Von Schhemun, chief of staff of
tho Austrian army, who accompanied
Archduke Ferdinand to Berlin, and
while in the German capital conferred
with Lieutenant General Moltke, chlof
of staff of the German army
It Is rumored in political circles
that the conversations between Em
peror William and Archduke Ferdi
nand will result in a sort of media
tion between Aimtrla and Russia which
will be conducted by Emperor Wil
liam. It Is honed In this way to avert
the crisis that is evidenced by the
military preparations throughout Europe.
MASSES ARE HELD
AT WAR STRENGTH
London, Nov. 25. As the war ap
proaches a conclusion, public opinion
In Bucharest, according to tho corre
spondent of tho Standard, is getting
more excited with leforenco to safe
guarding the Rumanian interests
Masses were held Sunday to pro
test against tho reported Greek per
secution of tho Kutzovlacs in Mace
donia. The leaders of this race strong
ly object to the division of Macedonia
between Greece, Bulgaria and Servla
as they fear their own nationality
would be squeezed out.
Rumania Intendb to Becure guaran
tees against this
Another question relates to read
justment of the Rumanian-Bulgarian
frontier. It Is now said Rumania Is
not claiming Ruschuk and Varna, as
this would add a largo Bulgarian pop
ulation to Rumania, but only SIHstrla
and the frontier, running thence to
tho Black Sea, at a point consider
ably north of Vavna.
Dr. Daneff, president of the Bul
garian chamber of deputies, Is expect
ed at Bucharest to negotiate these
The peace delegate, Osman Nlzaml
Pasha. Turkish ambassador to Ger
many, arrived at Bucharest Sunday on
a way to Constantinople. He will
have an Interview with King Charles
before leaving, and It Is expected that
Rumnnla will make its Influence felt
In the negotiations on the peace terms.
AS WHITE SLAVER
Atlanta, Ga., Nov. 25 Disclosure
by Miss Geuevievc Goodwin, 19 years
of age, of Cincinnati, Ohio, of an al
leged attempt to use her as a "white
slavo" resulted lu tho arrest hero late iuW ii
last night of Mrs. Emma Pauline lf"
Hudson, manager, and Robert Grler,. jfe
stage director, of a musical comedy A
company, on federal warrants charg- M ne
ing violation of the Mann act. JK'OflB Vr
Mrs. Hudson and Grier will be ar- 4ir
raigned before United States Com- 4 H-O11
missloner Fuller next Tuesday. Ac- tut t
cording to Miss Goodwin's story she jjL.
was until recently a trained nurse wt
in tho City hospital at Cloveland. m
She listed an application with a CIn- S
cinnati theatrical employment agen- K
cy and she said last week she w.n.3 dl- BE
rectod to the comedy company being ?
organized In this city with an offer of ym
a position and $10 a week. W,
Upon her arrival hore she says Mrs. p.lfnr 8
Hudson told her sho would "have to 1S1 ll f
pass as the wife" ot" one of the two 81 goi
"odd" men in the company, between M
whom she wns to chooso. Miss Good- fja frlit
win asked for her return fare to Cln- Md 6 s,
cinnati. Sho states that this was tP Led
iefused and she notified tnc local ff,0
police. The entire troupo was brought $7 ,
to the police station. Mrs. Hudson Jigt"10" t
and Robert Grier first were held on Sjsf.ii
a charge of disorderly conduct, and itlu l.
later were taken into custody on fed- Mil
oral warrants. The othora were re- J W0.
Miss Goodwin says she Is the W (
daughter of a prominent Kentucky W vr"l
broker, but ictuses to disclose his fHE
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