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TI"'B SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 19, 1912. 9 M
jspecls Escape Arrest
ing Trains for Some
EATURE IN CASE
rh Known to Be In
;ent of Wrong. j
Ion.il News Service
;D. Or.. Nov. IS. Arrests
'oi'tlnnd'a depravity scandal
iro. making: in arrests so far.
3IKttts hunted diligently wllli
M, f0r numerous others but out
IfflKto contained the reasons for the
UKftne.'S of tlio hunt. One of those
flK'iate today lias confessed; the
!K'tmpllc3tcl by statements of scv
l Kr under arrcBt. There arc about
Ents yet to serve.
I Hi'll docket now contains thcae 11
I Wf'VT. Harry A. Start, Dr. V. .11.
jK jack Kteo, the so-called Gypsy
rl.j, Tliornton and C. 13. Browner,
lEuurant proprietors; H. "L. Howe.
Wteown credit man: N. 13. Healey,
ifciCT. William Iloman. Fred Dor
imut Vfln Hulon- E- Taylor, Fred
YwRolwrt Johnson and Lionel Dcane,
TVllKt. Drs. Start and ITodgman,
irKrltrand H L. Rowc are out on
Vb"e fourteen do not Include any
jBtoy accessories. In three cases
V'Btl'p? to the delinuuoncy of a ml
,f Mckirged, hi eleven a graver of-
mnted by Boys.
tSk District Attorney Collier has
iSjt4 hlmuclf In special quarters
ZKllic depositions of youths. As
ZKen I brought In. boy witnesses
7H him and If necessary tell their
vf Kvldcnce accumulated clse
&Wh then adduced and in sovcral
uBkjfeiilons have promptly followed.
cHl feature Is the irreparable dam
hBei several wholly innocent indi
Bho wore summoned to furnish
JBnllre Information, or to test
Btatltms. Seen in the Inquisition
W these men wero Immediately
tflKillm; of rumors that they were
liKl Implicated, and as the public
'MM to depend largely upon gossip
VmiH, reputations that years of in
IW.hid built up, were besmirched
'jftini Allen, the white-hairod Y. M
tjTOrkor. who took chloroform In
following Infornmllon that he
H1 Involved, may be such an un
Stte. He was implicated because
Irlty In the V M. C. A. gave him
plance with so many of the ac
jJByVhon lie regained consciousness,
j- K words were "I urn not guilty,
f wd said today.
(I iitl!cr told mo how he returned
i wm In the Y. M. C. A., crazed
t- Htoc Interrogated at the court-
1 i He felt that, though Innocent,
I (ran ruined. In this condition he
$ I B. Stone and Lou Reynolds,
I lne courthouse but released,
t- Wilms of mistaken Identity.
: "ins leaders In the vice clique
; "viuarler? in an apartment house
. ttcy repaired nightly, dressing in
I' J!I.taile,C0Url now h's dozens of
!m of boys.
f JFORNIA FRUIT
yCOTTED BY BUYERS
i national News Service.
I lI'e Erie railroad today
1 'l9flft0 . Cttrs of Calirornlii fruit
I SW' bllt 1101 a b of it was
I fat ih"r al"5ca'lS at the dally
I Ml UuLIo.ot of Chambers street,
i wnT,?,aoclati0n' represent-
J VlvIloIcfalc friI't dealers, had
i SehS 'i"rd wl"over California
E fmilc,s and householders to-
S ih?m Ia'?1 week's supply.
t ' t'rnw fh10, fruU ,n California
: M iho C?,la ,frult w,n leav"- the
wioya PPlV " hantl wl" lasl
fi'l.i5,,1,11?. r,i8l,lt of dlBsallsftic-
, 't))) lhc brokers for the Cali-
I JJNG COMBINE
'OR MED IN LONDON
Bo? ' 10 The Tribune.
) Kt i. "--Preliminary nego-
f for LU,eret?I(Jf1' have been com-
comhi-rm?,Uon of Uie latest
' NhUb "e. t,,c world hs ever
I " tonnni- coiblnatlon will, in
r -MinK,' MPltoHzatlon and re-
?ifjfl ovorslwtdow the Inter-
p 'pantile Murine of J. Plerpont
1 ftK'' A001 th,r Interests
: y. Tlw. n.d , ITul'ncBS- Withy &
,1 ceiS '? fl-njfW Hzatlon of
1 J 'ilPs n ,Bfl1I13.0Oob0. The num-
ii KnlSs Jh.iv otroi Is 116.
if Phinine "?w coriJoration is
IP rcniln?r,niP?' w10 ,las assumed
;J PMt fw ynars.
Looks like $25.
Peels . like $25.
! Wears like 25,
But it's only flf
fm I tocn you save
SI, ten"Tho "iiand"
ffi 25,00wortli (tu r
oi' suit for $15
jjA MM .A PHONOGRAPH S A MACHINE.
(CBf AY 'WnT Bf)CK PiND CVCRY MARRIED MAN
GCHTUHtABti BC SPilEO NO ONE CftLLli D FOR THC LETTER MA07HA.THE PAIR
IrtTtTPtOClTToS0"" THE T HAD ' MACHINE G-IRL. HfiD WAITCJ? riOR
VOU lH7FND?o elS?? DRfiY& rr "RMLZ&, DPtfCb TO GEY THE NEAT STALi.-
BE fl POOMRAN'fiETMAH , ovwrC nTCF AND. SHE OPffNffD 7 AND
MERLS AT DE STANT ,n? WONDR' TO REHD. ,T
INTERLOCUTOR-ATS THE '"SIDE-. FINALLY OUT,
OBJECT OF7HI5 rVrV MOVE 7 &Er,T 'TN TO TH OEAD LtzllCR "WHCM THE GERMAN ARRIVES
BONES-WELLAH flfNT GOT MUCH OFF,(:'E WHEN 7HEy . AT OUR PORTALS DOES HESF)Y
MONEY AN 'AH WANTS TO MAKE OPENED JT THE?e IT SftD, ",S I71 UBETV?(l9S Doi
orr.p a "'F L,NC0i-N WffiC THC SLAVES 0H LIBERTY?)
oJ5 R'aNDH'S DD GENERA. GT?pNT 7" . e
BECONNO A ROOMER OONCr TO
HELP VOU TO MAk'E MONEY TUIlT'; THF VClKin r-
bones-why pdn-DEPapah Ot HT HiM WrH THAT o THt KhJO .OF
SSM-TOufSSf0 lURj! THESES miL5lti IT ACc.UY I AM.
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ANO A BOTTLE you LAND- dock ME ACQUAJNTEO Aoe you? THATAPUX
OF ROM r LUBBER, r HEAHTYlw.THME, Jl rTHEALE
J - YQOOK? 1 IN SAILOR.
Additional Sporting News
TIP O'NEIL MAY MOVE
OFFICES OF WESTERN
CHICAGO. Nov. 18. "Chlcajio still will
be the headquarters of the Western
leapruo, So far as I know," said "Tip"
O'N'cll. president of the league, tonight.
He said he had received no ofllclal Infor
mation regarding the removul of the
league's headquurtcrs. although he said
he heard such action was talccn at a
meeting of the league directors ln Mil
waukee last week.
"I blame a cup of coffee for the whole
thing," said O'Neill last night. "I
stepped out for a few minutes while tho
club owners were holdlrur a meeting in
Milwaukee, with tho understanding that
I was to be called if anything of import
ance came up. A trusty scout came
after me nil right and told me to hurry
back. I started, but on the way I stopped
to take a cup of coffee and a sandwich,
and when I finally reached the place the
meeting had ndlourned. In tho interval
the motion to take the headquarters from
Chicago had passed by a. vote of 5 to S ."
Tom Falrweathcr of tho Dos Moines
club, who was secretary of the meeting,
took the minutes homo with him and,
consequently, the league president says
he doesn't know officially that he has
MRS. FITZSIMMONS IS
DONE WITH LANKY BOB
By International News Service.
"&T. "LOUTS, Mo.. Nov. 18. Mrs, Robert
Filzsimmons, who was Julia Glfford, now
appearing at the Garrick theater In tho
leading role of "The Balkan Princess."
declares that her stormy matrimonial ca
reer with the veteran pugilist Is at an
end. . , ., ,
"I w'iU never Hvo with him again, Bile
paid today "I hope that by this time
next year I will be really and truly Julia
GlfTord again. 1 havo managed so well
to got along without him that 1 feel I
should continue to do so.
"I feel free and unhandlcappcd. I am
doing well in my stage work and 1 am
hMily satisfied with life without 'Ruby
Robrt.'' I am sure T. will continue to do
splendldk- as a single woman."
"You will apply for a divorce, then?
Mrs. Fitxslminons was asked.
"My statement that I expect soon to
be Just plain Julia Glfford again is suffi
cient, is it not?" she asked.
CONLEY AND DUNDEE I
TO BATTLE TONIGHT;
LOS ANGELES, Nov. 18. Frank! e Con
ley, former bantamweight champion, ana
Johnny Dundee, a New York 'sprout,
who has not yet fought his way Into the
record book, will furnish tomorrow night s
attraction at Vernon, when they meet In
a scheduled twenty-round fight. Tho
bovs will weigh In at 122 pounds at noon.
This fight will be Dundee's first entry
a a twenty-round performer, and the
affair is in the nature of an "acid test'
for him. However, on his recent good
showing against Johnny Kllbnne. Dundee
has been marked up as a 10 to S favorite
in the betting. , , , ,
Dundee's work ln his training camp
has been impressive, and ho has shown
himself a fast and clever bpxer. Conloy
sayB ho Is In good condition and de
clares ho will maul Dundee all over the
ring und wear him down before the twen
tieth round is reached.
Soldiers Ibbuo Challenge.
Company B at Fort Douglas wishes to
challenge through The Tribune any ama
teur football team ln the city. The teams
accenting the challenge may name tho
KridlVon. J. Sisson Is tho manager and
he can be reached either by mall or phone.
Louisville Club Sold.
LOUISVILLE, Ky., Nov $. The for
mal transfer of tho Louisville basebal
club of the American assoc atlon by
Owner Grayson to a local syndicate was
affected here tonight, the consideration
bring $100,000. At a meeting of the new
directors William Kncblecamp of Louis
ville was elected president.
Chip Outpoints Morrow.
SYRACUSE, .N. Y Oct. IS. Goorge
Chip of Pittsburg outpointed toward
Morrow of Syracuse in a fast ton-round
fight here tonight. The Pittsburg ncrap
rr forced the fighting throughout.
CLOTHING OF BOYCE j
EXHIBITED TO JURY j
FORT WORTH, To.. Nov, IS. Seven
witnesses wore heard and the bullot
nicrcd and blood-stained clothing worn
by A G Boycc. Sr.. when he was allot
rtiid killed fn the lobby of a local hotel
fast January by J. B. Snead, a banker,
wire exhibited to the Jury today in the
?econd triol of Snead on a charge of niur-
dC1l wltnosaes wore questioned by tho
I defense as to whether Hoyce was ad
, vane ng on Snead when he was shot.
The "killing of Captain Boycc, a ranch
man, wan "a sequel to the elopement of his
on A G. Boycc. Jr., ami Sncad'a wife.
Several weeks ago Snead shot the young
er Bovco to death at Amarlllo. Tex.
Ho a also under Indlctmen on a ch ico
I of murdor ln connection with this kill
I CANADIAN PACIFIC
TO ISSUE MORE STOCK
MONTREAL. Nov. IS, Dfifiiilto an
nouncement lu made- tonight that the Ca
.naclan Pacific will issue $60,000,000 of
common Vtock authorized at the specla
general meeting of the shareholders test
month, early In tho coming year. The
new "tool" will bo offered shareholders
JJf t-rcord at 3 p. m, Thursday, January
2 the right to HUbHcrlue to expire on
Th.mulay, February 10. The Issue is t
be made at $175 a share.
DOWN; GETS DECISION
By International News Service.
NEW HAVEN, Conn.. Nov. 18. Pal
Moore of Philadelphia outpointed
"Young" Dyson of New Bedford in a
fifteen-round bout tonight before the
Rome Athletic club. During tho first
four rounds there was little fighting done,
but after a lapse of two rounds Moore
jumped into the lead and had Dyson
completely bewildered bv his cleverness.
Moore used his left to good advantage.
In the seventh round Dyson hit a terrific
right to Moore's Jaw and the latter went
down for the count of eight. In every
round after that Moore had by far the
better of the go.
Monday's Jamestown Results.
First race, five and half furlongs, purse
Clothes Brush, 109 (Butwell), 5 to 2.
won, Cogs, 112 (Loftus), 3 to 1. second;
Battcrv, 109 (Dunn), 10 to 1, third. Time,
Second race, mile, selling Insuranco
Man, 10L (Tcahann). 3 to 1. won; Striker,
104 (Shuttingcr), 5 to 2, second; Grosve
nor, 108 (Martin), 6 to 1. third. Time,
Third race, suvon furlongs, selling
Knight Deck, 108 (Mondon), 3 to 1, won;
Question Mark, 108 (Turner). 5 to 1 sec
ond; James Dockcry. 106 (Rowley). G to
1, third. Time, 1.28
Fourtli race, mile, purse Acton, 108
(Martin), 2 to 1, won; .Too Dlebold, 10a
(Tcahann), 2 to 1, second; Yellow Eyes,
103 (McCahcy3, 2 to 1, third. Time,
Firth race, mile seventy yards, selling
Excallbur, 99 (Teahann). 3 to 1, won;
Cheer Up, 107 (Turner), G to 1, second;
Frank Purcell, 110 (Buxton), 3 to 1, third.
Time, 1.4S 2-5.
Sixth race, mile seventy yards, selling
Dynamite, 107 (Buxton), 6 to 1. won;
T-Icretlo, 105 (Martin), 4 to 1. second; Out
Ian, 101 (Peak), 8 to 1, third. Time, 1.47.
First Race Eleven-sixteenths mile,
Indev Wt. Index. Wt.
fiBHK Arran 106 G541 Willis 112
CiSUR F G'dm'thr 10G G52R Ancon .....112
G464 Votes 106 CR54 Pks Pcalc.llo
6544 Province ...109 G315 Schaller ...115
G50L Mry Ann IC 100 Also eligible.
G538 F by Night 109 6538 L Salnrella 106
6544 Pass On ...110 6544 Juaquln ...109
6184 Fasces ....110
Second Race Two miles, hurdle.
6540 Gallln 130 6540 Lampblack 135
5014 Sanctim ...130 6540 Llzzlo Flat 135
6540 Ar. Maid ...135 467G Firmer ....135
6540 Dr Heard, ..135 6540 Norbltt ....138
.. Ordly Nat .135 5909 Bcnlala ....140
G533 Renault ...135
Third Race Thrcelquarters mile, lian-
6070PMontrcssor 90 6542 Marjorla A .112
G477 Nash Caoh. 92 G521 Besom .....114
6477 Strenous ...100 6542 Guy Flsher.119
6477 Royal Tea. 100 G542 Caugh Hill. 119
5958 Pr. Ahmed. 11 2 6542 G. Hughes.. 120
Fourth Race Mile and ono-sixtcenlh,
G541. Judg Monck 9G 64S4 Cliff Edge .1011
G549 Wrkg Lad .100 G541 Paton Ill
t'5',9 Whto Wool 104 G529 Merry Lad .115
6549 Oakhurst ..104 6541 Carlton G .117
6529 Altamaha .105
Fifth Race Three-quarters mile, shII-
G4f66 Astrologer .100 6499 Onager ....110
C13d Bredwell ...100 GP48 Jck DeninanllO
4001 Blackchiof .104 6S74 Twtn Field. 113
6515 Callsae ....104 6548 Cardiff ....118
64i0 Premier ...104 Also eligible.
CG28 St Regis ...108 5001 V Cup 105
3080 Goldcap ...110 2424 Harcourt ..105
6468 Caliph 110 6527 SIdon ......105
Sixth Race Three-quarters mile, sell-
6186 Vile v ..... 104 6545 Berkeley .108
3 J41.Aviator . ..104 6303 Ragman ...110
5954 Manhelmer 103 6002 Malatlne ...U.0
5838 Rubicon II .107 6879 II Turner ..US
6910 Emllv Lne.. 107 Also eligible.
6466 Fatheroln. ..107 6503 The Squire. 100
6003 Beg IxisR...107 4572 Kaufman .,102
6499 Emp WU1...108I 5713 Montclair ..110
Seventh Race Mile and one-quarter,
Hn9G2n Pendant ... 96 6465 A Sellers ...105
6543 Napier 96 624S Spindle ....11 5
G543 My Gal .... 96 6531 Lord Elam .109
6G25 Taboo 98 6529 EI Cro 115
6375 T. Melton .101 G525 Accord 109
6530 First Peep. .101 6543 M Angclo ..112
6530 Supervisor ,103 0543 Idlewolss ..112
6543 Aplaster ...103 6421 Palngcrf'ld 103
JUMPS FROM MOVING.
TRAIN AND ESCAPES
AMAR1LLO, Tex., Nov. IS. Oliver
Akin, former member of the Oklahoma
legislature, who was being returned to
Cleveland. Okl:u. from Los Angeles, where
he was arrestotd several days ago on
charges of forgery, Jumped from a train
In tho suburbs of Amarlllo today and es
caped from Sheriff. Ike Saylcs of Cleve
Akin locked himself in a compartment
and leaped through a window while the
train was moving slowly. lie Ih charged
with having issued worthless chocks. Akin
fought extradition and alleged that his
arrest wan the resull. of a political
AGREE TO ARBITRATE
HOUSTON. Tex.. Nov. IS. Officials of
tho Sunset Central (Hnniman) ayatom in
Texas and commlttoes representing con
ductors and brakomen of the lines agrned
today to suspend negotiations that havo
been in progress for eleven months and
iubmlt their differences .ih to wages and
working conditions to mediation and con
ciliation under tho Brdman act.
A request has been submitted to Com
missioners Knnpp nnd Dr. Nclll, asking
them to act os mediators.
It is understood the original seventy
fiVf points of dirrwiiecs have been re
duced In fourteen. The present contract
was made In 1902.
GREEK WOMEN IE
Money Is to Be Used Princi
pally to Alleviate Suffer
ing in Greece.
Members of the "Kca-Nus Stavrous."
the Greek women's club of the city, be
gan soliciting funds yesterday to send
to their countrymen in Greece to allevi
ate suffering in the Balkan war. The
funds will be especially for the women
and children of Greece, who are left
without husbands or fathers by the pres
ent conflict with Turkey. In the two
hours they worked yesterday the local
women secured subscriptions aggregating !
?3G9 toward their fund. They will work
The club, the name ot which when
translated Into English means "The Blue
Cross." Ik under the supervision of the
local branch of tho Young Women's Chris
tian association. It was organized some
time ago. but tho present time it will
devote Its entire efforts to scouring a
fund for tho victims of the Balkan war.
The Greek women who are soliciting
contributions are Mrs. 55. Deniestrladcs.
Mrs. B. Lambridcs. Mrs. M. Foils. Mrs.
A. Cumbcros, Mrs. E. Dokos, Mrs. A. Ko.
zakos, Mrs. M. Dakunaky. Mrs. S. Pap
ahristopulos. Mrs. D. Nlkolopulos. Mrs. M.
Farmakls, Mrs- TT. "Panagiotopulos, Miss
H. Stahopulos. Miss M. Demcstriado3,
Miss H. Skcdroe. Miss A. Zemhas. Miss
M. Lambrldes and Miss R. Lambrldes.
Tho following American women assisted
the Greek women yesterday- Mrs. Byron
Cummings, Mrs. C. E. Carter, Mrs. Gra
ham, Mrs. George Merrill,
IN ETTOR CASE
"Witness Produced Who Swears
He Saw Police .Shoot in
SALEM, Mass., Nov. 18.- Ties tin its
case in tho trial of Ettor, Giovannitti
and Caruso for the Anna Lopizzo mur
der in a Lawrence textile strike riot,
the defense late today produced a wit
ness who swore ho paw two police offi
cers dischargo their revolvers just be
fore tho Lopizzo woman fell.
Tomorrow tho commonwealth will call
a few witnesses in rebuttal, but it is
expoctod arguments will bo reaohed bo
fore the end of the day, and it is prob
able the case will to tho ;jury on
Thursday at the latest.
Steven Narushoa, a carpenter, said ho
saw Oflicer Oscar Bcuoit shoot in tho
fatal riot of January 29, Bcnuoit and
other witnesses have teatitlod that hia
revolver was not lired on this occasion.
Other officers who participated in tho
outbreak swore that no policeman iirod
Ettor was recalled and asked couceru
inc a conference he had with Captain
Proctor and Officer Klyun of the slate
police, rclatine to iho dynamite plaut
inc in Lawrence. In this conference,
Ettor said, Captain Proctor expressed
his conviction that the strikers had
nothing to do with planting tho dyna
mito and that the strikers wero to be
FIREMEN SCORE IN
EARLY MORNING RUN
Just two minutes und a half, rockonod
by a watch In the hand of Patrolman
Wire, who turned In the alarm, was the
time required for an ample force of the
fire department to get out of their
dreams. Into their clothing and to a flro
nt the ISaglo hotel, Second South and
West Temple streets at 1:15 o'clock this
morning. The blaze, which was under
the hall floor of tho second slory, wan
put out with slight damage.
Only a Tire Hero
but tho crowd cheered, as. with burned
hands, he held up a small round box.
"Follows!" he shouted, "this .Buck
len's Arnica Salve I hold, has every
thing boat for burns." Right! also for
boils, ulcers, soros. pimples, eczema,
cute, sprains, bruises. t Surest pile cure.
Tt subdues inflammation, kills pain.
Only 25c at Srhrainiu-.Johnson, Drugs.
Don't waste your money buying
strengthening plasters. Chamborlaiu's
Liniment is chcapor and better. Damp
on a pioco of flannel with St and bind
it over tho affoctcd parts and it will
rcliovo tbo pain and soroncss. For salB
by all dealers. (Advertisement.)
Mrs. Leah Declared Sane.
SEDALTA, Mo Nov. 18. Mrs. Pansy
Ellen Lcnh, who confessed In Los Angeles
to poisoning two women. Is sane, accord
ing to physicians who examined her to
day, and the prosecutor says sho will be
charged with flrnt degreo murder, re
gardless of her confession.
On Advice of Cily Attorney
Commission Denies Petition
of Church Association.
Though the tlutc statutes carry a
venerable enactment providing a pou
alty for unucechsary manual labor on
the Sabbath day, tho city has no power
under which to enact an ordinance pro
hibiting Sunday work, according to an
opinion given the city commission last
night by. Harper J. Dl ninny, city attor
ney, in regard lo a petition from the
Social Service commi."Hion of the Epis
Mr. Dininny said that while the old
general wclfure laws might be con
strued lo give the city authority to
pass such an ordinance, he was ot" the
opinion that it could not be mndc an
unforcablo law and that no real au
thority for such action was vostod in j
the eity government. His report was;
adopted and filed, along with tho pe
tition of the social' service commis
sion. A delegation of property ownors from
the northeast bench obtained a two
week's delay from the commission in
the advertising for bids for the con
struction of curbs and gutters in ex
tension No. 2'L The property owners
complained that thev had not had time
to organize a health- protest against
the proposed improvement, setting forth
that with more time the- would be
able to defeat it as the sentiment
against tho extra improvement at this
time was strong They said that be
cause of the manj' special improvements
undertaken on the northeast bench
lately, ninny residents ifound it diffi
cult to keep up with the special as
sessments. To cover a deficit of $1435 not taken
care of by the first assessment for cunl
and gutter improvement in extension
No. 17 the city probably will be forced
to take advantage of the law allowing
it to levy an additional assessment. Tn
his report to the commission last night
on the payment of estimates in that
district the city auditor called atten
tion to the law and recommended that
it be invoked if or this occasion. TTow
cver, as the city commission never has
had experience" with oxtra special-assessments
it was decided to refer the
matter to the eity attorney.
Thc commission denied half a dozon
petitions for additional arc lights in
various parts of the cty. Mayor Park
announced 'that until the city's purse
fattened up a bit no such appropria
tions could be made, which will not
ibe until after tho first of the year.
EXPOSED B)f i worn
(Continued Prom Pago One.)
colm. whose activiticfjphore are said to
have resulted in the government inves
tigation, wont out of business last April
and its members all left the cit'. Dur
ing its activities tho firm's name w-ns
ohanged several" times, the signs on the
offices chancing from J. G. Minyard
it Co., lo Minyard, TCcssler & Co., then
to Malcolm & Kessler company and
then to Minyard Kessler & Malcolm.
CHICAGO. Nov. lS.Joseph Plannaford.
6503 South May street, was arrested to
day on an Indictment returned by the
federal grand Jury ln Cincinnati.
The corporations named as those which
the defendants Intended to dofraud arc
tho Tucson Consolidated Copper com
pany, Derbyshire Manufacturing company
and tho United Mlno & Smelter company.
Man na ford operated, It Is charged, undor
the name of tho Chicago Dobcnture com
pany, offering to guarantee the sale of
stocks for compunlcs.
A deposit of onez-thlrd of tho amount
of the stocks was required by the Han
naford company, but aftor It was re
ceived the government alleges tho de
fendants mado no efforts to dispose of
the securities. The J. Gordon Malcolm
company of Cincinnati is tho brokerage
Ilrm with which tho stocks wero sup
posed to have been placed for sale.
BOSTON, Nov. IS. Thoma Plshwick
way arrested here today by rederal of fl
eers on the Cincinnati Indictment charg
ing him with the fraudulent use of the
Fishwick was indicted In Cincinnati
soon aftor the government officials took
charge of offices of the Chicago deben
ture company ln that city nnd In Chi
cago. Worth Arraigned.
NEW TORIC. Nov. IS. Postotflce In
spectors loduy arrested Mason G. "Worth
for alleged complicity in a schema to de
fraud In connection with the American
Redemption company of Rochester, N. Y
Hc was arraigned before a United Stales
commissioner and hold In fSOOQ bnll for
examination on Thursday.
Raid at Cleveland.
CLEVEIiAND. O.. Nov. IS.- -In n raid
on tho offices of Horace D. Hastings &
Co . 806-870 Rockefeller building, here
today, federal officials arrested F. D.
Minyard, tho manager, on a charge of
using the malls to defraud In connection
with tho operations of F. D. Minyard &
Co., brokers, of Cincinnati. The officers
said the raid was to bo simultaneous
with that in other cities.
Minyard was arraigned before a Inil
cd Slates commissioner tills ufiernoon
and his ball fixed at $500.
Postofflcc- Inspoctoin claim that K. D.
Minyard & Co. offered lo sell any slock,
providing tho slock was guaranteed.
The owner, it Is said, then was referred
lo the American Redemption company of
Rochester, N. V , which would guarantee
Iho stock for 1 per cent commission. Then
it is charged, the redemption company
and the brokers divided the proceed?
without attempting to sell the stock. The
Hastings company is In no way Involved
ROCHESTER. N. Y.. Nov. IS. Federal
officers today raided the officers of Un
American Redemption compnnv here ftnd
took Into custody all persons found thnio
and also confiscated all papers in the
llolford n. Warren, vice prcsldont of
the company, was the only poreon arrest
ed. Ho was held in 5J000 ball for a hear
ing Novonibcr L'2.
Held in $500 Bonds.
NTWAR IC, N. J.. Nov. IS. A. Bruce
Crane of tho Hunter & Crane brokerage
ilrm, was arrested here this morning in
connection with tho federal govern
ment's attack on the American Redemp
tion company. Hunter & Crane, it Is al
leged, worn tho local agents.
Crane was taken beforo United States
Commissioner Stockton and held lu $00
bonds. In the complaint against Crane
tho Pittsburg Superior Mines company
of Arizona figures an tho dupo of the
WOMAN WHO PLAYS i
THE LEADING PART
IN "A MODERN EVE"
Adele Rowland, Who Will Bo Seen in
the Musical Success, "A Modern
Eve," at the Salt Lako Theater To
night and Wednesday and Thursdav
Nights, With Wednesday Matinee. "
SALT LAKE THEATER "A Mod
ern Eve." for three nights, besln-
nlng tonight. Matinee Wednesday.
ORPHEUM THEATER Advanced
vaudeville. Two performances every
COLONIAL THEATER Cathrinc
Countlss and the Colonial Stock
company in "Brewsterfs Millions,"
all the week. Matinees Thursday
EMPRESS THEATER Vaudeville.
Two performances in the evening,
with matinee every afternoon. Bill
changes at Wednesday matinee.
Th folloirlne ttisi(cr ontlci r murk el
"iaTtrtljamsnt"' In order to compljr nlth a
ttrlct lnterprtttUoc ot lh inn- federal ntwi
paper law. In no lens are Ihej paid ad
Tartlaements. Thay ara Itema furnUh4 br
th preaa agents of the rarloua theater.
The musical success, "A Modern Eve,"
will open an engagement at. the Salt Lake
theater this evening for thrco nights and
a matinee. The operetta is highly spoken
of by critics everywhere and the song
hits havo swept the country. The cast
is headed by Adele Rowland and Alex
ander Clark. Among the other principals
arc Arline Boellng. Henrietta Tcdro, Ray
Raymond, Louis ICelso, Harry Dickerson
and John Patton.
When a 'vaudeville programme is so full
of good things as the one which closes
at the Empress tonight, it isn't any won
der that theater-goers are liberal In their
patronage, as has been the case the past
week. Variety is the keynote to success
In vaudeville, and it Is this same variety
which has brought the Empress to the
enviable position which It now holds.
Tomorrow will usher in an entirely new
programme in which seven acts, with all
features, will serve ns the menu for
Empress patrons. Edward Dorklnc of
London, England, who was one of the
Titanic survivors, will' be on the new
The headline! at the Orpheum Uils
week, Owen McGiveney, is creating con
siderable discussion around town be
causo of the five characters he plays
ln the protean nketch. "Bill Sykes," from
Dickens's "Oliver Twist," are entirely
different In voice, walk and even height.
The knowing ones Insist that this cele
brated Irish actor has some assistance In
the form of a double. In order lo solve
the rjuestlon, the management of the Or
pheum has Invited a committee from the
local press lo go behind the scenes to
night and watch Mr. McGiveney In his
ijulck changes. If it is discovered that
there are two men hi the act who play
tho flvo characters, Mr. McGIveuev states
that ho will cheerfully forfeit 51000 lo
any local charity.
From present indications, Miss Cfumtlss
and Mr. Rogers, al the Colonial, will
complete their engagements at that house
with a record week. "Brewster's
Millions" has already scored heavily and
the comedy Is proving a delightful attrac
tion. Preparations arc Kolng ahead inpld
lv at tho Colonial for tho initial appear
ance at that house next Sunday after
noon of William J. ICelly. the distin
guished slock star who has come on from j
New York to take charge of the Co
lonial's company and to star there for
an extended engagement. Ills first play
will be "The Liars."
WARRANT ISSUED FOR
ARREST OF ARCHBOLD
By International News Service.
WASHINGTON. Nov. IS. A warrant
for the arrest of John D. Arcbbold. presi
dent of the Standard Oil company, for
violation of the Texas laws, has been
ln the possession of the federal marshal
at Now York for woeks. but has not been
served. William H. Gray, a lawyer of
Austin, Tex., will assist Attorney Gen
eral Wlekersham. He will huvo his con
ference with Mr. Wlekersham tomorrow
It is charged that Mr. Archbold, with
others, engineered a deal by which tho
Standard Oil gobbled up the Magnolia
companv of Texas, aftor the Standard Oil ,
had bec'n ejected from Texas because It i
was a trust. The Texas authorities got
federal Indictments against Archbold and
the .others and the warrants for arrest
have been served on all except Mr. Arch
bold. These warrants had bocn Issued
when Mr. Archbold come to Washington i
to testify as to the Standard Oil's po-
litical contributions, but no mention was I
made of the fact at that time
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3 NiQH'iSut. TONIGHT I
Martin Beck and Mort T. Singer
The Melodious Berlin Operetta, H
A lodero Eve 1
Brilliant Car.t Augmented
Prices 30r to $1.30. Matinee -':
to ?1 00.
Last Week of the Engagement of lfl
I jf&ATHRINE ;
ft OUNTISS i
Presenting the Comedy Success l
it Brewster's Millions U
;j Mats. Thurs and Sat. b I
Souvenirs Thurs. Mat, M'.
ll! Next Week William J. Kelly fj jB
:V; and his company In the great J
(j comedy "THE LIARS."
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