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'xSxXIV' m 8ALT LAKE CITY, SATURDAY MORNING-, FEBRUARY 10, 1912. 14 PAGES FIVE CENTS H
Ks Margaret Byington
Saints Terrible Picture of
mifein the Hamlets Sur
jk rounding the Plants.
SGES NOT ENOUGH
B;ro buy necessaries!
lijKilies Huddle in Tene
SHits, Breathe Foul Air and
Brink Polluted Water;
Ijffiommittee Hears Story.
iSKjfrrallonal News Service.
3E-ASHIXC-TON, Feb. 9. Miss Mar
ialM raret Bylncton, .1 plcasant
'm, facsd, mild-mannered, soft
r.oken agent of the Russell
Sace foundation, painted a. ter
iaBplcturo of life In the worklncmcn's
that surround the. steel trust
Kln the vicinity of Pitttihurs: be
iJtKe Stanley steel Investigating- com
I a rordid. a squalid llfo. full of
and privations." sho told the
e. "1 know, bscauae 1 lived
e families for six month?. Tou
imagine what It means, tables.
I ilck, huddled In tenements,
from bed to bed. from living
kes no difference whether they
hs foul ntmosnherc of the 1111
ms or thn foulor fumes of sul
Id that pour from the steel mill
never see the sun except
a hare of smoke, they drink
ted water of the Monongahcla
0 which empties the rewa.ge of
. McKsesoort and Duqucsne.
cannot tell you all the horrors
fc, though I have lived It and
of the babies survive-"
ot know." admitted Miss Bylng
iiad," confessed Lawyer D. A.
the slc-1 corporation, "htil It
so bad as with our comneti
llwt Is no excuse." exclaimed
nxlon Indignantly. ,
jlniaon is the first woman wil
ed hv fnc Stanley committee- So
iras she by the squalor and mls
surroiiiids the steel mill workers
omcs that after a residence of
ths among them she wrote n
'ctlns their sorrowful life and
t "Homestead." ator the town
sh5 madu her observations,
attired In a blue tailor-made
Jannall blue iiai to match. Miss
attracted little attention from
f number or women who had
tilf?1' ',C'r U"lU 8,10 Was L"Ulccl
' all. Mlf.3 BylnKton impressed
mitte by her earnestness. Her
r chin denoted a determination
J, keeping wUh th0 softncss
""al 'vesllcntions have
btgan, "ihat It. ls imi.
.Sh S S." "Tmnl stvd of
foMrS- ' ,,om"lcad plant, the
Ssr-.aiie f,ay lnhorcrs Arncr,
'SBUm" XI,cnfi table per week
j Xffc i n1, food. 54.1R-
ML-T: ,Urnit,,re- 9 cent!
HD5 on 0;?SD8nd ,nore n rem
Li d4lhnn Slav. Tho
isftw K s,avs ,s douw
..ytKtttlie lnbo. .
WlnS Ul t continued
f JStSrld. ,. ,orkl eavnlnp; seas a
UjK. 3.3(i. fl ' r"rt"re. SO cents;
,Sl'E C,JUtE; ,nE"ance,
r" fflm 7 Biisseatecl
Sim"111 aud Gloom.
S9B1,-W lnClVBt,'lal hubbub.
fllfjK6". 01 J?"1 haT1 between
flJwrtcii 1 U"R-'3. bent ai.d
eS? Srlv"nCnd l,,Bl1, dtt
05 Mntl a?;,; li "?0rns' window-
'i'e '1' Smae,roonUr of
l'lB tt 0 ore a,,d orc
WAR OR PEACE IN
1 ' ami
PUBLIC SEIIIEI "
Three Legal Actions Insti
tuted in Behalf of Victim of
GRAND JURY MAY PROBE
Supreme Court Justice Issues
Writ of Habeas Corpus to
'Be Returned Tuesday.
Hy International News Service.
XEVV YOKTC. Feb. 0. The move
ment impelled hy sympathetic public
sentiment lo secure a now trial for
Fonlkc Knjjel Brandt, who was son
ienecd to thirty years' imprisonment
for com mi Miii;: burglary in the borne
ol" Mortimer L, Sehifiv and whose plea
for commutation was denied by Gover
nor Wix. was given definite form today
bv the institution of throe legal actions
in his behalf. "
The real, sensation among the ,day,s
developments was the' admissFonTby I'o:
lice Lieutenant Joseph B. , Woolridge,
who arrested Brandt, that much '." crim
inal record "'. whic.h -ho rcportcdagaiust
the voting valet had -no .foundation in
Writ Is Issued.
Supreme Court Justice Gerard this af
ternoon issued -a writ' of habeas corpus
for tho prisoner's, appearance before
him next Tuesday morning on the
ground that he is illegally detained and
ah the same time- -District -Attorney.
Whitman, as a result of tho-revelations
made by Wooldridge, ordered that 011
Tuesday tho gran' jury begin an in
vestigation, to ascertain if Brandt was
not sent to prison-as the result' of a
Tu addition to theac two actions, IMar
tin F. Jluborth, a wealthy real estate
dealer, who is acquainted with neither
Brandt nor Schiff, but is actuated sole
ly by a wish to see justice done, served
notice on District Attorney Whitman
that ho will apply to Judge Jtosalaky,
who sentenced Brandt," for an order
quashing niiuscltiiig aside the commit
ment of Brandt to prison on the
ground that, the court acted on misin
formation in pronouncing the judgment.
Confronted With Record.
Wuoldridgc was closeted with Mr.
Whitman two hours. He was confront
ed with Brandt's "criminal record," of
which ho was the author, and was
shown affidavits from practically every
person cited as Brandt's victims in
which it wns cither denied that the
alleged victim had ever known Brandt
or that he ever committed any such
Immediately after the conference Mr.
AVhitmau sent his order to the grand
jury. It was said that "Wooldridgo had
confessed, to tho falsity of the report
and made a clcau breast of -tho entire
affair. An effort will bo made to have
Wooldridgo summoned before Judge
JiosnlsUv in the Brandt proceedings and
tell hie story in open court. ,
Worldwide liiilenlc or. Con
flict May Result .From the
LONDON". Feb. I). Whether the over
tures for the visit to Berlin of the
British secretary of war. Viscount
Maldane. originated In ISneland or
in Germany Is disputed, but it If
Impossible to longer dlssruise the mo
nionlous character of t.hc mission.
There arc not wan tins: those w'no even
bollovp that tho issue of war or peace
depends upon Its success or failure.
The visit of Viscount Tlaldanc Is larce
ly associated ln the public mind with the
speech of David Moyd-GcorRe, chan
cellor of the exchccmcr, at tho City of
London Liberal club, February :5. In
which llio chancellor said tho moment
was auspicious for a discussion of a re
duction In armaments, whlc'n was con
sidered as an effort looking 'to l.hc con-
clliatlon of Germany. At present, how
over, it is impossible to define the sub
jects of the mission of Viscount llal-danc.
Political activity is not confined to
Berlin. IUr. Llo.vd-Geor.ee had an audi
ence with KIne George today and tho
klne' s secretary. Lord Knollys, was busy
between Buckingham palace and the for
cisn office and the residence of Premier
Accordine to some newspapers, co
lonial questions and the possible cession
to Germany of W'alfish bay. on the south
west coast of Africa, arc under .consid
eration. The lJaily , Telceraph understands that
Viscount Ilajdano. will not -discuss snc
ficic proposals. for reduction In armament
and no result wlli follow ,'nls visit to
Germany 'except the creation. o an at
,inospherc favorable to the cultivation of
inorc amicable rcbulons between Great
J3rita Inland Germany.
Entente May Result.
The British government Inquired of the
Berlin government last December. accord
Ins to,thc Dally News, whether Germany
wts willing- to arrange a worldwide en-
(C'ontinuod on Pago Two,)
With Tears in His lfycs,
Noted Labor Leader Up
braids Justice Wright for
Giving. Him Sentence.
GOMPERS ADDS TO
I DRAMATIC SCENE
President of Federation Char
acterizes as an Insult a 'Sug
gestion That He Apologize
for Alleged Contempt.
By International Xws Service.
WASHINGTON", Feb. P.VHth
tf-ars In his eyes and his voi'e
Bliukinp- wltlN emotion, .lohn
Mitchell. lcc president of the
American federation of Labor,
today crrntcd an unprecedented stir in
the district supreme court when be de
nounced Justice "U'rieht for his action in
sentencing him to jail on the e- e of
Christmas, 100S. despite the fact that he
had liis grip packed with Christmas
presents for his little ones and was then
on his way home to deliver them.
Following- Mitchell's remarkable state
ment. Samuel Gompers, president of. the
American Federation of Labor, took the
witness stand and brought the dramatic
features of the court hearing to a cli
max when he characterised as an insult
the suggestion of the comniUteo of
prosecutors that he apolosize to the
court for bis alleged contempt.
"I considered the laneuapc of the sus
ecstion of the committee insulting when
1 had been guilty of no wronpr." said
President Gompers sharply. "Jf I had
been suilly of wronging- any man or
woman, or the merest child on curth, I
would abjectly apologize and endeavor to
rectify any wromr which J may have
done: but, conscious of the' fact that my
whole course lias" becii in." a.n"cffort to
contend for the principles of free speech
arid free press, the offer of an apology
the suggestion of an apology, was an In
sult." Replies Bluntly. .
When !Ur. Gompers was asked ' If his
statement was the only explanation he
desired to offer, he said bluntly
"I have none other to make."
Doth Mitchell and Gompers were wit
nesses in their own defense, attempting;
to show that they were not guilty of
contempt in their alleged activity in en
couraging a. boycott of the Bucks Stoe
& Range company of St. Louis, con
trary to an order of tho court.
In criticising- Justice Wright, Vice Pres
ident .Mitchell made an extended state
ment, in which he said he was an Amer
ican citizen who had been able to ren
der some service to his country: that he
had been commended by more than one
president of the United States; that he
felt he occupied no Inconspicuous posi
tion in this country's affairs,, and Anally,
that he saw no reason why the court
should have made an effort to drag him
away from his children at Christmas
Statement by Judge.
Justice Wright llstenod to Mitchell's
sharp comment and at once took excep
tion to It
"What, justification have you for as
suming that your personal and domestic
(Continued, on. Page Two.)
THE SUNDAY TRIBUNE
The Sunday Trihunc will present to its readers features
that are unequaled it any ncwsaer in the western country.
Here are a few of tlie offerings :
THE KING OF SIAM The problems of a much-married monarch,
who has to look out for all hiB ancestors' matrimonial veutures as well
as bi' own.
GEORGE ADE His latest 'fable satirizes the Eocietj' girls who
have -yielded to the ragtimo craze and are trying to make life a con
FAMOUS WRITERS Mabel L'rner, Ella Wheeler Wilcox, Garrett
P. Scrviss, Dorothy Dix, Elbert Hubbard aud man others.
NELL BRINKLEY One of: her euperb illustrations, eut'.tled:
Leap Year in Lovelaud."
LADY DTJFF-GORDON Th is week, she writes from Paris about
- "Money Dresses, " so-called because it. costs ao much to buv them.
' VANDERHEYDEN FYLES The famous critic tells a "fascinating
story of another Cohen success. Cohen thought tho play, ."Officer
1366," would be a failure and it proved one of the big hits of .the
CHARLES A. SWEETLAND lis story h the one this week in
the enthralling scries of stories which Tho Tribune Imp been publish
ing under the caption, "Good Stories of the Business World."
UNA OAVALIERI Her beauty page this week, is one of unusual
interest. Don V, fail to read it.
KATE DOUGLAS WIGGIN In a splendid interview she tells why
schools should educate girls to b e wives and mothers.
TELEGRAPHIC SERVICE The Tribune is RippHed with tho
best, telcgrnphic reports to be obtained. In addition to tho Associated
Press thcro is the International News service aud the Special Cable
COMIC SUPPLEMENT This is tho celebrated Hearst comic sup
plement. THE HEARST COMICS Mutt and Jeff, Silk Hat "Harry, Slier
locko and other fascinating favorites.
- - I - , Ml.ll ,
NEW BOMB CASE CLEWS
d& t& . &
SHOW GIRL IS RELEASED
j MRS. J. RTA j
Mrs. Fred Crandall, Wife of
Discarded Nephew. of Ed-
win Hawle', Returns.
By International News Service.
NEW VOItK, Feb. 9. There will be
no sort of trouble over tlie settlement of
the immense estate left by- Edwin Hnw
lcy, the railroad magnate. .This. '-much
was developed today a, a conference be
tween representatives of tho common
law heirs of the dead millionaire, who
died suddenly and Intestate a. week ago.
It also wns developed that the will
drawn for him In 1000s by his counsel!
John D, Stanchflcld, but .never, executed,
provided substantially for- tho disposi
tion of his vaSL estate. He made no pro
visions in the lflO!t wil- for. any special
bequests. Not' even his long-time protege,
Miss Margaret Cameron,' was mentioned
in that document. Close friends of the
dead magnate said today, that ,it was
rational to assume that lie had amply
provided for her before he made .the 1MU
will. She was a guest today' at the
Ilawlcy city mansion, but refused lo see
.Mis. UYcd Ciandall, wlfr of tho dis
carded nephew of the multi-millionaire,
said tonicht that Walter Crandall. her
husband's brother, who is ono of iir
three administrators of the estate, had
given assurances that. Miss Cameron
would bo "comfortably provided for."
for life, if necessary, out of the carningti
of the estate. Another close friend of
Hip family denied positively the report
that Hawlcy and Mlas Cameron I were
preparing- to marry when tho railroad
manipulator suddenly ,was stricken with
At the pussoatleu of counsel for the
administrators of tha estate, the heirs
entered into an agreement today to cre
ate a holding trust for the e.staln for a
period of five years. Tho pmposo of this
in to bettor eonservn the estate by
holding Intact the largo and vnrlud line
tf securities that had been held by Mr.
Iliiwley In many railroads. The income
from these securities will he distributed
to tlie heirs according, to their respec
tivo Inheritances. Thus far the utmost
harmony among- the heirs .and adminis
trators has prevailed.
Krcd Crandall, although In hiding alike
from his wlfn and five children ever
(Con.ttmi.od 011 Pag Two.)
Police Still Have Hope of
Capturing- One Who Sent
liy International News Service.'
Nl'AY VOItK. Feb. !. The solution
of thf mystery attending' (lie
death of Mrs. Grace Taylor by
the explosion of u bomb scut to
r ' her apartments in West Sovunty
seviMi.th street last Saturday night, ap
pears to bo as far oft as ever.
Miss lidna La Marie, the show girl
wltuoss in the case, was released fium
the house of detention today. Ball for
'Jier reappearance was supplied by Dr.
Lawrence Osborne. friend of the ifiur
, The -police had not found the manu
facturers of 'the bomb tonight, but were
said to be working- o.n now ami Important
OF HIS MOTHER
Former .Senator Glarlc Lays Cor
nerstone of .$250,000 Mary A.
' Clank Memorial Home.
By International News Service.
LOS 'ANGELAS. Feb. Former Sena
tor W. A. Clark this afternoon laid the
cornerstone of -the ?250.000 Mary Andrew
Clark memorial homo on Loma drive,
near Third street.
The building, a memorial to his moth
er, Is to be a' gift to'tho Young Women's
Christian association of Los Angeles.
It is to contain l.'iO rooms with all the
appurtenances of modern comfort, and
on Its completion next December, fin
ished and all ready for occupancy, it
will bo transferred to the association.
The ovent was celebrated with im
pressive dignity, amidst an assembly of
those Interested In the undertaking-.
Senator Clark was accompanied by Mr.
and .Mrs. J. Koss Clark, .Mr. and Mrs.
W. A. Clark, .Jr.. and A. Clark III.
After uppioprla'te talks by. leading min
isters and .Mrs. U. K. .Edwards, presi
dent or the Y. V. C. A., Senator Clark
gave an address in which he told of the
inception of tho idea of the memorial
after the death of his mother In this
city several years ago. -Senator Clark
gavo n hrlef and Interesting- biography
of his mother, showing- her to linvo.hccn
a woman of the sterling American type,
possessed of those Christian qualities
and courage which marked the heroic
women of the early years of last cen
tury, for Mrs. Clark was born In 1SH,
Another Trust Inquiry.
WASHINGTON, Feb. Si. The depart
ment of Justice will undertake an inquiry
into the National Horseshoe .Manufae
lurors association, which, it is claimed,
controls the sale price of horseshoes
throughout the country,
M Ml GRANT I
CROSS BORDER I
Uncle Sam Hesitates to Allow M
Mexico io Move Troops 9
Over American Territory H
to Suppress Rebels. mm
PROTEST ENTERED fflk
BY TEXAS GOVERNOR 3
Situation in Many of Mexican WM
Provinces Grows Steadily llfl
Worse; British Interests KH
Are Now Suffering. HI
WASHINGTON. Feb. ?. Diplomat!' HI
romplica.tlons arose today be- binl
tween the state cf Texas and lUfl
the United Stales government Mil
on one hand and the M?lc-a:t HeI
covcrnment on ttye other, which tern- H
porarily, :l least, will not allow Mexico m
to move lny troops over American terri- fifl
lory In connection with her rcvolutionnrj, Bfl
Secretary of ?tate Knox today made
fur'her Inquiry from Mexico, through th-- HI
American embassy at Mexico City, ank- IKJH
ing the speeillc purpose of the military BH
expedition for which permission is sought HI
to travel from Fagle d'ass. Tex., lo Kl flU
Paso, Tex., In order thai points in ljortli- fiH
ern Mexico to which the rebels have cut Bill
internal railroad communication may be' Hi I
Governor Colquitt of Texas pointed out ffill
to the state department in his messages KH
todav that residents of Kl Paso wcrs ap- nil
prelu-nsive that rebels .it .luurcz nil,c;lil BUI
resist thu entry of Mexican troops from HQI
American territory and precipitate a bat- ' BVA
tie endangering American, lives and K&l
Secretary Knox assured Governor Col- Mil
mill I that no permission would be grant- wSI
ed until the matter had boon suidie-i
cnrefully, and Indications tonight were Hftl
that Ifwould be adjusted In a leisurely. BH
diplomatic manner. Advices reached here iaH
that no troops hud started oii the pro- nfiu
posed expedition and none, would do so HSB
until the question had been decided. HB
Purpose Not Specific. Wm
The state department practically had iffuffii
completed arrangements for the exp2dl- liiH
lion, instructing- the "treasury department Hfl'
to notify the customs officers and the war KUw
departments its border patrol that the Raff
troops might be expected In a few days. KSfl
The orders were similar to those Issued BBflfll
last year in connection with the safe- BH
guarding of the irrigation projects of HmI
Americans in Lower California, but .It KIM
was pointed out by state department of- 'Sill
Heals tonight that in the latter case a KJIfl
specltlc purpose was mentioned and tin- Klfl
lu connection with the proposed ex- HlMi
pcdltion to .luarcz. the state department aSl
heard that Mexico intended, not alone to Ki
replenish the garrison opposite EI Paso. Hfl
but to pour a host of troops into north- Kitt
ern Chihuahua for a general military Bh
movement there. It was indicated that ffli
while the rebels mjght not object to a re- US
garrisoning of Juarez, thus avoiding for- ntH
elgn complications, they might offer HJni
armed resistance to a movement aimed HM9
at the tioublc zone. K oB
Ruling- Reversed. I H
Refugee officials of the Diaz retime !r. E n
Mexico cannot be extradited from the m i 1
United States for executions or othci jj
acts which tiicy.may have ordered while I
holding- positions of authority. JEfj
This was the virtual meaning- of fnc ffill
state department's nosilion. made known Slffi
today jn the case of Andrcaz Gar;'. Galan fill!
and Nlcador Valrics. who were ordered HUMS
extradited by a United States comrnis- mlaH
slpner at San Antonio. Tex. " fijll
The slate department will reverse that Ifill
ruling on the ground that, the offsnsrfc Rfil
of Galan and Valdcz. claimed b the IRifH
present Mexican government to have IflH
been guilty of murder In causing the IHsWi
death of Maderista sympathizers in the eU
last rebellion, were In reality political In BH
their nature and therefore not extradita- ifiU
blc under the treaty with Mexico. flFfifl
Cialau became conspicuous in t'oe clos- ffiRH
(Continued bn Pago Trwo.) NHfl
ADVERTISING TALKS 111
Written by IM
WILLIAM C. FREEMAN H
The MUSICAL COTT.R- Rgl
JER, sonic time ago, print- HH
cd the following very sound BH
advice to piano dealers: MB
"ONE PRICK. Try it. K.yoi: jfll
have ever tricl it and Tailed the
trial Avas not a conclusive test for iH
you because, as you must admit.
ONE PRICE has been a success
outside of yourself!. Try it again.
"There arc sonic piano houses
making money and success frith BH
ONE PRICE. Probably' your fail-
ure with it or in if; was because SmH
you were nol conscientiously fflHI
ONE PRICE after all. You only WwA
(Continued on Pafca Saven J, f?