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OL. LXXXIV. NO. "is. APRnfuf1!?. SALT LAKE CITY, MONDAY MOjRNING, DECEMBER 11, 19J1. wp5Jrer PRICK, BTVE CENTS.
pi I0DRS I CLOSE BEHIND iTHEIVrNAMARAS JLf . Confessed D namiters Brrive at San Quentin. Have Wad Cropped; Arc Ar r;rcd in Com icl Garb. I. BEL,EVE TULA ARE MARTYRS feted Men Will Be Put to I in .hue Mill Unless nes B. Should Prove to Tuberculosis ictim. (jii'.Mlv. Cal.. Dec. 10. The fagmsra brolhera today entered n Quentin penitentiary! whore xnrf B. it condemned to spend t remainder of .hie life for the h1 crimp of murder, and John . y of the International Association ge and Btruciural Iron Worker, meed to fifteen yean Imprison Bdynsmltlng. l( was .Tames B up i be Lea Angeles Time? Oftorri- i. loi'-. with the loss rr one lives, and John J., who ebet recking pan if the Llewellyn .rka In Lot Angeles the following as day. Tor pleas of guilty en I thi" men closed these two oases sned up nation-wide Invest iga. iiiiiiiik probee by two federal urles Ini" a series of , namit Intrs r from coast tr Toast and perpt -generally where labor differences to a marked degree, ien entered Llie prison, 11 I? fairly Kted, believing that they bad I much for the cause Of union id imd been cruelly misunderstood efforts and the results they ob J. McKatnara, those who hac with iilui for many hours say, hi convlel ri r h devoted Jid f,l)fe little simple, kindly deeds, firm tu iirvcr In the paychologioel o( dynamtte. Harries n. McNa b&Miualh believes a imod deal brother believes. For themselves n tvuuld hay nothing ut ail. tT& in St n pes. ed from Los Auk--! en on a fast rain, ihe men were taken from in rise today, put on a little river and landed two hours and a half t San Quentin prlsbn wharf on re of San Pablo bay. The 1 which bound them together on t trip were slipped off. and the? jp the prison hill beside Sheriff . Bsntmel of Lou Angeles county, as free mm AS the prison clock leu, John .1. BdcXamere, preceded den John Hoyle, stepped over li e Id of 1 Ik mII rlu..:, with his bro'.h ?tly behind Mm. In live minutes B. M Samara 1. ad bet ooie convict Bd John J. ! N'amara WSS No. Tliey were measured for .lall I photographed In two poaltiona, DnarboUotlncturad bath, put into shaved and cropped -nd re-pho-ed within an hour, and turned John Hurrays, lieutenant of the ho took them to cell eighteen In a ler locking e'lt over the prison's KtKBrvad. a. sreat flower garden. Cell Bndemned murderer! are kepi and rilBbal,-.....- outstde s cut oft by a little ! w ' '' r 1 .. ..v .i rd 1 he K Is 'he cell of Abraham Rucf, 5-rMr, . 1... . sentence II wjr,t"'rv 11 ' '' '" wit 1 c : Kic-f Br' 11 1 In .1 .-I. v. ,, ,.1 tBr" ' ':I i-fventeen jjwr 01 l-t ' 'ntv. and i.-. cntly Jjr,'!r I of eeptlnp m ir! r. .if r t ed, rw rrr-.tiou I'.-iii.. -,.)!, ita fcat the Grill." l'n'1'1 1 '"' " i'1 ' continued $9 1 ''' Al " ' nvla ijimi' 1 , T l' M- N.i i :mmv re fur- 'Bfc J " ' ''' ': " ' ' 1 ' ,r,)- .i -.iid ii. ' .1 ' San P '" ' ptij-oners who le- rrm ' 1 ' -.i.-iiin to i-oliii mil aitrrt...,l;. .,, .!,,. ,.);,..,. cvei KJ,,""'' "i":1;' h 1: thr Si.t. 1 if Kl ' i 1 -i ..-ti.. :.p itHllnn I C"Mrr'"' than under tin- Mni lu.-nl. ' w.-,.: xUn v ik in tajV"' pn" SP i' 1 '' fjff r'l: '' ' '''. hmnnts. rhe loca 'RaMr''1 ' in th.- ' I'.y , ' '! '.'.1- -i ",d ,,nd clot . ',L f,,lf,: sutifhin. f.-mn. ! h-. ),.- l'Jmrk ha- ill Kl'lll ll at. .. W rr t - ' k -, jtfKL"'3'- 1 n Ivf glP0 Kr;t y nra.niej i-ot v.o.--;. boll.-.i. "tr-"ld dried . lJ:', hnd r--.ff n'- ' I" y : -.f tli r -' T..n.n,-n.W th-- Will '.1 "iK " .I'll- in II. Y;...-n : ' James B.. .n ;idvl-e of 'ftk (Contind oniage Twoj SsbB ' I YESTERDAY WAS THREE SUNDAYS BEFORE CHRISTMAS TREES. By John T. McCutcheon. fCopTlcht: 191 1 . B) John T. McGutOBeos i prnto ncM'" SP'--i " "We want to go to the Sunday-school. Where is it at?" MEN FROM THE WEST GET Ip HMD Governors Reach New York and Are Entertained by V. R Hearst. new york. Dec. 10. The governors Lif eight states on their special train, bearing exhibits from their territory, ar rived here this morning. The parly wa? mei at the Jersey City terminal by a committee of city officials, busine:- men and the Rocky Mountain lub -The governors were ferried serosa the riser in a. poln e bout, nnd on this side fifty mounted poiJcmn with a bugler, escorted them in automobiles to their, hotel. The sovernorF we;e guest! Of William R. Hearst al luncheon, and several of them were guests of the V 5L C. A. branches where they made speeches. Governor Oddle of Nevada told Of lia - mr laid the eornorstonc for i 5f M C. . building i ai Reno and nian of the audi tor laughed. know what you mean." he ald, and I am golnir t tall "u about it. Rrno Is a city of only 16,000 people, but ll raised (100,000 for that Ti Sf. C A building in just ten days. Gamhllng as stopped there two years ago, and the gay of the widt-open state- passed awa. 'The press o the entire country have made much f'n ab'Mit the aaJfy COndl Uons r divorces In Kevsda, and then- la much truth In what theyssy. Nevada In ready to inukr a strong effort to bring about uniform divorce laws, and hr people wish heartily to do away with the ,ti. At the neat conference of roy. r nora I hope to see thine started for uni form law In all the states, and I ex pect to be very active In that regard." Governor Care) ol Wyoming, Governor Hawley of Idaho snfl Lieutenant Gov ernor Fitzgerald "f C dorado ft"k- tit a y. M. C a. meeting. All tiie governors urged UihI their (eiTltOrj offered fine opportunities for relief from lbs con gestion of the cttlea I'lie party war entertained at dinner tonight by John Keys Hammond, who alto Invited officials of the Rocky Moun tain club and the California association and tlovernor li of New York. James H, Brsdyi ex -governor f Idaho ami ohairman of th party, was lak.-ii til t.j.i. ins condition is not venous. MURDERER A.RRESTED WHEN REWARD IS SURE CHICAGO, Dec. 10. rin- murderer of Mra. liaitlt Kaufman was reported under urre?t lat tonight, when police officials secured from relatives ol the deed woman papers guaranteeing payment of a H000 reward offered COC the captuv Mr? Kaufman "as i"t and killed on the north fide r week ago by a holdup man nho Jumped from an automobile NOBEL PIES ARE GIVEN MINERS Mme. Marie Curie Receives Nearly MO,oou for Her Work in Cfiemistry. STOCKHOLM, Dec, 10. King Gustav today presented the Nobel prises, with th exception of the peace prize, to the wihners. Mine. Afavrie Sklodowska Curls personally receix-od the prize for chem istry: Professor Wiih' lm Wien of Wuerse burr university the prise for physics, and Professor Ailvar Gulls trend of Upsals University tho prize for medicine Th Belgian minister received the prir for literature in behalf of Maurice Maeter linck, who IS ill. The Nobel prize each amounted to nearly $4ft.''l,"",. CHRISTIANA, Dei 10. -The NotvM peace prlra ha been awarded jointly to Professor T If. C. Asser of The Hetb erlanda founder ol n "instltut ve rroit Intern. itlonal" (Institute of Inter- natlonsJ Law), and th Austria.r peace advocate, Alfred Pried of "ienna. editor of the journal PViodSnsohwarta Bach wul recetye sin.:.iwi STOCKMEN ADVOCATE FREE MEXICAN CATTLE DBNVibBt CoLt Dec, 10. Three hun dro.1 of the 500 delegates who will at tend thp Bfteenth annual convention of the American National Live Sto.-k asso- clalfon which meets here Tuesday and Wednesday lave alrear arrived and others will aniv. tomorrow and Tuesday, Many of ths cattlemen, it is said, are favorable to the admission to this coun try of Mexican cattle free of duty, with the Idea that I hi will a-tlrt to n de gree in setting cattle for ths depleted ranges Of the United states, yet will in no wav prove detrimental to breeders fi feeders Of livestock. ll S expected that h exmimlttee will be naoved by ths sto, k men l" v to Washington during the present session of emigres. i0 take up the mutter of 'Tree" Mexican cattle Noted Woman Dies VANCOUViSR, Wagh;, Dec. 10, -Ski-hIi Sawyer Laniphead .hu e.-, m. t (-ir( president of the first tvom.iii'f suffrage ofyanlsatlon In Michigan, und s lecturer on bmnpe ranee and suffrage, died at the he-me of her daughter, near Vancouver bite eterdav of pneumonia. Dr. Junes was M years of i DO YOUR Christmas Shopping EARLY 0nty 11 Days Left lor It 'little expected the present week Only Congressional Activity Will Be in Committee; Pension Vote Tuesday. WASHINGTON, rc, 10. The refusal Of John D. Rockefeller and his almoner, the Rev. V. V) Oates, to accept the invi tation of tbe house steel Investigating committee to appear and tesnfv, drew a pointed and bV onje note from Chairman Stanley of th? committee today, Mr. Stanley sen Lr. Gates the toUow Ine letter. "Sir: M recent communication to you waa Intended not to provoke discus sion of tlie value of the Merrltt testimony or f your p. r.-onal Integrity, hut to givo you iLit opportunity to d- fend it." No letter was sddressed to Mr. Rocke feller. The oommlttee Will resume its in qulry tomorrow wnd. witvi :iii differences In committee adjusted, expects to press Ita work tei a conclusion a speedily hs possible. Mc-n-. Rockefeller and Gates, were not Subpoenaed bet gust Of the pend ency of a government uit against the United States Steel corporation. Most of the congressional activity this wed; Will be in committee though the ShSrWOOd pension hill n to be .ncd on by tho bouse Tuesday. The urgent dene-! leney appiopii.ii ton bin probably win he enacted into law before congress takes Hs holiday rccep. Leader in bt?th Iioum:- appear to favor !-otne form of service pension leglalatlon. Th Sherwood bill Involves cxpr-nditures sstlmaied at from forty million dollars up wards for union veterans who served ninety days or more, '.he- monthly pen eion to range from $13 to J-t. according to length of service. The lions committor on ''sugar trust" affairs Lias taken a recess OVOB the holi days. Congress Is In s letimrgi. condition re gal ling the big issues n which it will battle. Tariff and trust plans still ate unahaped In committi The house Re publicana are looking ahead to the tariff board's report which is expected by the end of the wivk. The " in'cml , house, through the ways and means committee, has .iKree.i - defer a- tton until the report ia reaelved. The senate is aJting on the IliMIM- T.ie ill: 'ITS' lit Repiihll. jh -. n.l- tors are playing 3 v;''hig game. JURY RDR PACKERS M VY RE COMPLETED TODAY CHICAGO, Dec 10 30UnSS for the United State government in las niai of J. OgdeO Armour and nine other diicsao packers . barged with criminal violation of the Sherman anti-trust law. said to day that it was nxpeoted the Introduc tion of evidence in th- '-ae would arm late tomorrow. BStevan Jurors havA been a -epted by the p. k- rs .m of thew si baifVe been accepted bar th gov ernment. Counsel for tin- defense, tt Is epert-l. slll tender panel to the gov I ernment befori the j;.-.:, - tomorrow 1 i ONE HUNDRED IN LIE DEAD IN COAL INE No Hope for the Miners Caught by Explosion in the Cross Mountain TJiitis at Brieeville, Tenn. BLACK-DAMP MAKES RESCUE W ORK SLOW Weeping' Women and Chil dren Gather at Mouth of Shaft Praying That Their Loved Ones Are Alive. Br.i fvili.fs, Tenn-, Dec. i.-Sofn-where In the depths of the Cross Mriintain coal mine probably one hundred m"n ie dead tonight. whi)- their BorrQW-atricktTn families keep vigil at the mouth of their tomb, hoping acatnst. hope that their loved one may be alive when rescuers peach tliem. Klght msngtSd bodies wer 'broUghi forth by nightfall when seanii was abandoned for the day. Outside of the Immediate families of the entombed men, no one in tills little mountain villBg I lleves that any living thing In thA mine has Survived the terrific explosion of OOgJ dusr that wrecked the working.' fisl lilflS Jl morning. For more than thirty -six hours SVerv BU'rvivlng miner in tiiis region lias toiled with 00 thought Of food, sleep or p:v: to remove the. debris and fop-o fresh air into the innermost recess of the mine. Tonight they practically had penetrated to i he main entry head, ucarly threr, Bailee In. Tomorrow they eNpe- t to be ready to work the cross-entries In which the great mass of bodies undoubtedly Were caught bv the blast. Black-Damp in Mine Bla'ck-damp developed late today and Stopped 'progress for a lime, hut soon the silent fpsce pu.-hed dauntleasly on, seme of them tin the: were -med out overcome by tho noxious sr:sc. Thousands of the morbidlv CUTlOUS flocked into Brieeville today and crowded abOUt the main entry of the mine. Tbest saw nothing but the pitiable grief Of the Stricken families. There if- hardly a family in the entire Coal Creek valley that has not felt the touch of death. The proMem of caring for the widows and orphans is great, re QUiring Immediate solution. Certainly Brieeville will be unable to care for Its living with most of its wagc-cartiera numbered among the dead. Tonight food is scarce, but plentiful .--ipplies are promised for tomorrow from KnOXVlUet So far there is little uf ferincr among the families of those who lost their lives. ll has been Impossible to get any au thentic figures on the exact number of men in the mine when tho explosion oc curred. Mine officers hae given out no statement. It has also been Impossible to get any check on the men who went to work yesterday morning. That it i--more than a hundred Is certain nd that they are all dead seems almost as cer tain. That the black damp will be driven from the workings tonighr Is believed. Tomorrow, with the crew of one tesous car on the ground, another hurrying h"ro and representatives of the Red Cross on hand, it Is sxpscrad that, rescue work, so far badly retarded, will go forward tap Idly. Work of rescue moved slowly toda: and tonight, partly because of the en tombed men who are believed to be two miles fiom the opening and partly l,' Mus,. of bla. k-damp. Opinion of Experts. BSlectrtcal devices for moving cars in the working! .cre shattered by the ex plosion and the debris cleared away In tho tunnels Is being hauled by mule ears to the surface. Mine epetts to night said It would be days before sscb lateral had been penetrated and that when all bodies would be found was guess work. A pall of silent sorrow hovered about ths mouth of the mine thousands con gregated, soms standing for hour? and others momentarily from one point of vantage to another. Tne single disturbance of the alienee was when tho Rev. K. M nieiuA, pas tor of the M. V. Church South, at Coal Creek, exhorted those within the heur- Iiu7 of his votes to accept the. disaster of Saturday a a warning and prepaic to BSeet death. More Victims Found. Beven dead men recovered tonight Bit ting upright In k train of nine ears In oross entry No 94, two miles from the mouth of the Cross Mountain mine, brought tliA ll.st of known dead from thc esplOston of Saturday morning up to six teen Clghi of the bdie. nr still in the mine. The other clg.it having been brought forth and Identified by relatives. Tiv seven men were on their way to vork In the motor driven can when the death blast overcame them. Among them were father and tn sitting side l- side. The reiK-ue wotk wa ontinued' tonight by two orOWX of twelve mn ea-ii who worked In two bout t-bift: twfore mid night. Thi greut fan !..,.- been rigjged up at tbe entrance ami forced much of the; after damp out of the main entry, and t the workers were ;ihl- to proceed tn'u;e I spsofllty and ith greater results. ; ! W ar Secretary Who Makes His Annual Report i ' 1 i BBBGlSSSfiBBSflll BUHfisa. asftfe K99 snsVBssBf BP - SssVB CALLS ATTENTIOM ' TO MflNYOEFEGTS Declares War With First-Class Power Would Find United States Unprepared. ARMY LACKS RESERVES Posts Are Scattered All Over the ( Country; Congress Urged to Take ction. . WASHINGTON. Dec 10. In his act niasl report to tlie president Sec retary or V;,r Sttuon dcclanvl that the OOntlngeaqy of war with first-class power would find the army of the United States, practically unpi r pa red. He attributed this largely to 'he fact that the army was "scattered out over the country" In '."O mam posts and to I lack of reserves. The army on lh: peace footing habitually maintained with min iature i-oinpanl.-fl and troops, he chars -tcrired as Ineffective for serious war service As to (MS trrrprepsTedhess of tlrt army in artillery and ammunition, Sec retary Stlmsou wis that at the present rate of appropriation tt is estimated thai it Will take more thuti fifty years to secure a reasonable supply f field artil lery guns, carriages and ammunition that would be necessarji In' the event of war. Friar Lands. Congress Is urged to express its wishes regarding the dlsporal of the UOOOCUpied Friar lands In the Philippines, to Increase the limit of Indebtedness thai may be incurred by the Philippine government for public works from 16,000,00 to 116.000. 000, to pass s Philippine naturalisation law and to grant pensions to Americans who have served ten ears in I lie is lands. , Secretary BtlfflSOO recommends that the. permanent organisation to operate the Panama canal be established on a strictly business basis and not with the idea of uplifting or governing s depend ant people. flic question Of tollt-. he believss, should be left to the determina tion of the president. A inert -an shipping should be granted practical) net uie of the canal. Army Posts. The army posts as now located are declared to be wholly u.u-uitabie. They were originally located with reference to po.-sltile Indian troubles xiel few v.f them ate In B position sulled to meet ihc strategic needs of national action or de fensc. T'ne fiverugo number of com panies to eaob of the forty-nine posts is Only nine. 'In short." says toe secretary, "si have scattered our army over the coun try h s if It were merely grotips of IOCS constabulary instead of national organ ixatioii Th- result t. an army which Is extraordinarily expensive to maintain and one whoso efficiency for the. main pur pose of IQp existence has been nullified so fur as geographical location can nul lify It'." STATEMENT SHOW'S SURPLUS THIS YEAR WASHINGTON Dec 10. The re port of the postmaster general was made public today. Following arc the important feature: Por the first time slue I:; the annual financial statement of the poetoCflce de partment v.iw;: a surplus Instead of s deficit. The revenues for the fij.ru! j ear ended .Tun" v. poi. ainou:ii. to I'.JST. sTfiA:::.!!" aid the expenditures to ?'. 7:.. . having a surplus of H1M18.U At the beginning of the present admiti latratlon In 1908 the postal service won m arrears to the extent ..f ii7.i79.77".!;. Which a? decidedly the largest deficit on I" "id In The brief Mn,-e of two ctf7 this deficit hsK b en ciiangej into a sub- I tantial aurplui ROBBERS PRY OUT TWO GOLD TEETH OF VICTIM BPOKANBl tVasb., Dec ift .--Frank slt.. well. a rancher f rotn Sprague. Wash-, .'is held up here bv two m-n early today and robbed of 1110 The eohbdrs noticed his KOld tilled teet'n and pried out two of 1 hem. Thv overlooked, however, roll Of bills In StoweU's orerecst pocket amounting to i. ". nmi to I TELL STORY IN I INDIANAPOLIS I Chief Investigation of Gov ernment Into Conspiracy Will Occur at Indiana- Capital. ;FE ARE INN Ol A ED I AT EOS A( iELES END In the East It Is Expected a Dozen Persons W ill Be Im plicated in Exploits of the McNamaras. LOP ANQELBS, De. le.-ortt,. 75. sfeataaigal wid be takn 10 in dWnapoBs within a few daya to t-11 the f-deral grand too ''ere what he knows of the allied jy. namltlng conspiracy, the rtrst chapter of whiob was .msr.i today with the placing of James B. and .lolm J McN'amaxa in the san Quentin penitentiary Just whan MclCacdgal ui l-av. her has r.'-l been determined, but he Trill DO in btdlanpoUf by Deoember IS, ths fed eral grand Jury being scheijeJ to Ix? 5in It- probe thre on December it. "iscar Lawler. the government! pelal prosecutor, may go to Indlannp.-lls, 100. to assist In llie handling of the .-ase. TI10 Investigation will be concluded here thi . week The Ihvestlgalioa here Is aimed at leaa than five people, while the In dianapolis inquiry u expected to bring into the. limelight at 1aal a dozen ier-smi.-. IrnIlanaiKilis, therefor, will be the (cntT of the government's inoti gatlon, f ThSSa fact wen learned today by the 4 associated Press after n canva of vay- lou5 people who have had much to db wi'h the McNamata case here and who will continue to wotk on it. Partial con firmation came from sfcltaalgSJ himself at the lounty jail today, when he said. Will Tell Everything. 'Til tell any rand Jur afiywhers an -thin? I know. I ha e nothing to . onceal und I will consider it my dulv to glv tbe Official" any Information I hstNe." MeM.inlgaJ will be acconipanled Whan lie haves b MaIolm Ma'Lren. the de tective who arrested him In Detroit laat April and who has leen with him constantly ever stncoi spending whole days with him at a time. The two ine-i '.: have become. g'Hxi friends and it ts to afacLaren thai UcManlgal has given day by day h! real confession. "There are lots of thine." said Mac Larcn tonight. ''-Which MrMsnlgSl would not tb.ink ImporLatit in our talks. but which have furnished detectb i-n back e.i.st some busy days Time and a?aln atcUaulgal could not remember the ho- $ tel where he stopped In certain itlrs. but he could prettv nearly paint It out on a map as Lis remembrance of the lo cation at lea.-t would be food. AVc WOUld then maJxe n ',rcil of the notels In the district, thereby refreshing HcMsjCsCe mind. BomStlmee he would not even 1 r - member then, as be changed his name, by InatXUCtions from John J. McNam.ra. In nearly SVSry town. Even though w have to search the registers of a num ber of towns, we have In every InstSACO corroborated iff MsnUgSl story by notei registers Showing I1I3 snrnatuie.'" Detective Knows All afacLaren's reports of what MeMani gal would tell bim in the jail dallv snue v his arrival here on April covered on ij otue occasions as much es three thonsarsl voids, and there statements ha-r. been i'y turned over by the stale authorities to It?1 the government, I - - Mr Uawlcr before 'ds appointment as j Special governmenl prosecutor. a?elatd f District attorney Fredericks In his prose- oytlon of to' IfcNanaanuv He knowi what UcManlgal las to dlyulgs and Is thceougbly familiar with detajip of the conspiracy SS relate-1 by McMSjllgal For this reason It Is believed Lawier (Continued on Page Two.) ADVERTISING TALKS Written by WILLIAM C. FREEMAN I One ol the young nirm as-sot-iatt'tl with me suggested the ifoUosring quotatiorj from Bacon aa the basis for an f I - ertising story : u Reading maketb a full 'nun; conference a ready man; and writing an exact man." And, if be were alive to day, be would undoubtedly add to this "Al'VKRTIsiNTt MAK ETB A srOOKSSFUL MAN." Tho application of ALL FOL'R of these things is verv (Continued on Page Pour )