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, '';!. 2 " THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 12, 1912. Iffe?
I UNITED STATES
WILL STAND Oil
I This Country Does Nol Con
cede That Great - Britain
Has Any Say in Malier of
Panama Canal Tolls.
KNOX IS UNMOVED
BY GREY'S PROTEST
Senator Smoot of Utah Said
to Favor Arbitration, While
Sutherland Takes Oppo
site View of Question.
UHffi By International News Service.
jfiQS i yASIIIN'GTON. Dec. 11 Fore-
nffiS A cast,n ll'c reply of Secretary
HUB VV of stntc Knox 10 s,r Edwnni
HnS Grey's note suggesting arbltra-
EHm l'on of tho Panama eantil tolls
BBS! question, It In authoritatively stated that
(Ifllf the response will differ from the original
HNS8 position of Secretary Knox In only a
iHn negligible degree.
jHH Secretary Knox Is expected to make
'i Plain to tho British government thai
Nl the paramount consideration for the
BB United States lies In tho fact that tho
HH Panama canal act Is already a verity
H that cannot be overlooked and that the
9Bfl net has settled in advance the very
HB questions which have been raised by the
Hh British foreign office.
gflQK Further, the reply will intimate that
had congress not already acted, the
HH9 United States government might have
BD considered a form of arbitration that
ES could not, however, necessarily mean u
8 reference to Tho Hague. The stato de-
BHB partment, so far as Its view can bo
R learned on this dolicato point, feels that
B even hud arbitration been conceivable
B before tho passage of tho canal act, such
nH arbitration ought to be by and through
HO American sources and not through a
HHB tribunal which in tho nature of things
BM would sit in a prejudiced case.
HHfc This position of the state department
WKBu differs largely from the view of Prcsl-
B dent Taft, who shortly before the end
MB of tho last session of congress sent a
IB message suggesting: that legislation pro-
HHB vldlng machinery for testing the tolls
HH question by foreign powers In the United
H9 States should be enacted. It Js pointed
HB out that the main point of 'this question
H Is In its practical admission that Great
fJrltain, even after tho passage of the
Hn canal act, has some rights in tho toll
BH question requiring adjudication. The
HH president, however, in his message nc-
ffll companylng the signature of the canal
HMB bill, receded from his former message
Kflfl by characterizing tho British contention
HBH as leading to an absurd conclusion. All
HIX through the controversy Secretary Knox
I has held tho unequivocal position that
tho canal is American property on Amer
ican territory and that It Is for tho
United Slates to manage and control the
waterway without dictation. He has
not receded from tho position ho held
oven before the policy of tho United
States became fixed by tho passage of
Secretary of War Sllmson, while fa
voring the taxing of American coastwise
ships for' tho use of tho canal, will cut
but llttlo figure In the controversy. After
tho tentative discussion of tho British
note is completed bv the cabinet the case
I will rest with tho president and Secre
tary Knox as tho chief diplomatic offi
cials of the United States.
No Hasty Action.
The state department docs not Intend
Jo rush a reply to Great Britain. After the
formal answer from this country Is filed
there will be a counter statement from
tho British foreign office and tho com
pletion of the exchanges may carry the
discussion over to tho Wilson administra
tion. Jf Great Britain insists on an early
reply, tho indications ure that President
Taft will insist on the preparation of a
special protocol by Secretary Knox In
sisting that grave questions are Involved
and casting the final settlement of the
controversy Into tho senate.
The fa to of this maneuver will be swift
and. certain. Tho overwhelming sentiment
nf the tenato is against arbitration withr
out regard to party lines. From a. care
ful review mado by tho International
Newa Service, following Is a forecast of
tho scnato on tho result:
Republicans Borah, Idaho; Bourne,
Oregon; Bradley, Kentucky: Brown. Ne
braska; Brlstow. Kansas: Clapp, Minne
sota: Crawford. South Dakota; Cummins,
Iowa: Clark. AVyomlng; Cullom, Illinois;
Dixon. Montana; Gronna. North Dakota;
Jones. "Washington; Kcnyon, Iowa; La
Follette. Wisconsin. Nelson, Minnesota.;
Pago. Vermont: Polndexter, Washing
ton; Smith. Michigan; Sanders. Tennes-
Iranii "3 ' Ca,lfornla- Totnl Rcpubli-
HH Democrats Ashurat. Arizona: Bryan
F,.or,f,li.: Hankhead. Alabama: Chambor-
B n. Oregon; Chilton, Went Virginia;
MB Clark. Arkansas; Culbctvon. Tnxa3; Davis
Bfl Arkansas; Fletcher. Florida; Foster.
IBB Louisiana; Hitchcock, Nebraska; John-
01 ston, Alabama; Kern. Indiana; Lea. Ten-
ItB nrssce: Martin. West Virginia; Martinc
m New Jersey; Myer Montana: Ncwlands
m Nevada, Overman. North Carolina; O'Gor-
Nicw, 1 ' Pwcn- lo"n : Percy.
H MlealsslppI: Perky. Idaho; Pomcronr
Ohio: Reed. Missouri; Simmon North
nr,? ,nV SnVUl' Artzarm; Smith, Georgia-
m smith. Maryland: Smith. South Carol ma
11 J;',0""'. Missouri: Pwanson. VI tg nla
H Carolina: Watson. Went Virginia- vV
M Ham. Mlsslsslopl. Total Democrat S7
H 'olal against arbitration. 00.
H For Arbitration.
II i?iILub,l?ns. -; Krandigec. Connecticut;
"riggs. New Jersey; Burnham. Now
B irampshlro: Burton. Ohio; Catron. New
Mexico: Crane. Massachusetts: Dllllni--
m Vermont- Du Pont. Delaware; "PJt
m New Mexico; Galllnger. New JIamnSnh-
B Gamble. South 7jikota; GuppenhHrn W
If orado; Llppltt. Ilhodo Island: Ka' vfH.
13 sachusetta: .McCumber, Xor Dikolv
M McLpan. Connecticut: Olivor P,.nnsvU
m vanla: Ponrosc. Pennsylvania; Richan -
H i-on. Delaware: Root. New York; Smool
1 Vtah: Stephenson. Wisconsin; 'fi '
q DcJjocraU-Bailey. Texas; Gardner.
Cures all blood humors, all
eruptions, clears the complex
.ion, creates an appetite, aids
digestion, relieves that tired
feeling, gives vigor and vim.
Get It today in usual liquid form or
cliolp'od tableta called Sarsat.-s.
Maine; Payntcr, Kentucky. Total Demo
Total for arbitration, '2'.
Republicans Curtis, Kansas; Jackson,
Maryland; Massoy, Nevada; Perkins, Cal-
Democrat" Bacon, Georgia; Gore. Ok
lahoma; Shlvcley, Indiana.
Total doubtful. 7.
As a two-thinks affirmative vole Is re
quired to carry an arbitration resolution,
nothing short of a political catuclysm
will change the present attitude of the,
.Much Interest Is being evlnred In the
probable stand of President WIIfoii and
his secretary of state if the British con
troversy becomes n legacy to his admin
istration. 'While the Baltimore platform
declared for free canal passage for Amer
ican coastwise ships, this was one of the
topics avoided, by the president-elect in
Ida speech of acceptance,
Should 'Wilson and his secretarv of
state hold that tho tolls question Is arbi
trable and awing the "big stick" In sup
port of this position, anothor phase mav
be put on tho situation with the certainty
of ono of the bitterest battles of recent
fill! SCHOOLS FOB
, (Continued from Pago One.)
clubs undor the name of Roosevelt-Pro
gresslve clubs. I ask you not to do it.
This Is not a one-man movement, but
a movement for a principle. Don't ever
name- any Progressive club after a. man
who is not dead. As soon as he Is ucad
ho ceases to excite antagonism. "We arc
not m this fight to further the fortunes
of any one man."
The day was a comparatively quiet one
for the former president. Besides attond
ng Uxe luncheon he received callers at
his apartment, ho passing on whom
should bo admitted. Throughout the
morning there was a. crowd outside his
rooms and many persons did not obtain
Night Schools Advocated.
Butter Vance of Louisville came for
ward today with a proposition to estab
lish night schools for Progressive work
ers. This plan, he said, had been adopt
ed in Louisville. There Jt Is the Intention
to teach political workers how to work
at and In the polls, laying special stress
on the duties of election officials.
Throughout the day one- of tho assem
bly rooms on tho lower floor of tho Hotel
La Salle, where the meeting Is behjg
held, was crowded with Progressives who
held no official position but came to ex
change views. About half a hundred
speeches were delivered and many of
them were heated.
Several speakers voiced their criticism
of the manner In which tho gathering
was belntr conducted, maintaining that
not onough was being done and that too
many speeches were being heard. How
ever, this did not seem to be tho general
opinion, and when A. L. Garford of
Elyrla, O., made an attempt to adjourn
the meeting at 0:30 o'clock there wore
many objections. It finally was agreed
to adjourn until 8 o'clock tonight. At.
that time O. K. Davis appeared and read
the report of tho national committee.
Criticisms of the members of the Re
publican party did not appeal to Lester
A. Pease of New York, and when he
obtained the floor during- the day sosslon
ho trained his guns on some of the
speakers who had preceded him.
"We are indulging in too much tauc
here and not doing enough work," he de
clared. "I heard ono speaker here say there
wasn't a good man In the Republican
party. That Is not true. Some of us like
William Barnes, although wc don't stand
for his principles,
"If wo Progressives expect to win we
must do so by hard, oarnest work and
teaching. "We never can, win by abuse."
KILLS THREE WOMEN
SPOKANE. "WaHlu. Dec. 11. Mrs. Jen
nie Rose. who. with Mrs. Ralph Scott and
Mrs. William B. Rost, partook last Thurs-
aay nigni oi a Dome or liquor wnicn
Mrs. Rost had procured by sending a
messenger boy to a saloon, died here to
night, making a list of throo deaths from
a cause which so far has baffled the
Mrs. Rost died today and Mrs. Scott
died Tuesday morning.
An autopsy tonight on the body of
Mrs. Rost revealed no cause of death
and the coroner has decided to send the
contents of the stomach to the stato
chemist at Pullman, Wash., for analvsls.
A peculiar feature of the deaths "was
that each women suffered from paralysis
of the throat, which began lost Saturday.
aTTw0?101 Mawislns Director.
Arthur McFnrlane. Secretary.
KING. HIAWATHA. BLACK HAWK.
Phones. Wasatch 719. Office, 73 S. Main.
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CAT'S BETROTHAL PARTY
& ,j v45
TABBY AND HIS OWNER
Mrs. ucorge B. Brayton and one of her cats.
By International News Service.
M3W YORK, Dec. 11. At Hotel
Plana,, that rendezvous of tho rich.
i u on jjeccmDcr lb, .Airs, ucorgc B.
X Brayton of Brighton, aiass., will
give a "cat betrothal parly" to
announce tho betrothal of Don Dla, an
English silver chinchilla cat to The
Quakeress, another royally-bred tabby.
Mrs. Brayton owns both cats. She has
Invited a score or more of society women
to bo present with their cats and enough
acceptances have been received to show
that the idea Is popular among owners
of expensive cats. At the party such
delicacies as goldllsh and live birds will
bo provided for the cats.
KILLS GIRL WHO
WILL NOT WED
Peter Jorgensen, Mining Engin
eer oi: Wyoming. Principal in j
Double Tragedy. -
SHERIDAN". Wyo., Dec. 11. Her re
fusal to marry Peter Jorgensen, a mln-
ng engineer nerc, cost aiaxlnc Clavton
ller llf this afternoon. She came here
from Springfield, III., recently Re
fused for the last time today. Jorgen
sen ended a wooing that began in their
childhood by shooting her through the
heart and sending a bullet through his
When the young woman came to Wyo
ming. Jorgensen followed and got a po
sition with a mining company near here.
A few days ago she consented to marry
him and he gave her money to buy a
Today she changed her mind.
i . .,'3 ,a casc of ,ovc ailtl what I call
duty, she explained, "but which vou
will probably call something else. If
I marry you I can not support mother
and my sisters."
lie urgea mat ne would take care of
"That would be too much of a bur
den, said the young woman.
Jorgensen stepped back and fired. She
?,oaidat,1,le f,8t shot' A second
shot and he dropped dead by her side.
USE OF ALCOHOL
Meeting of the American Medico-Psychological
WASHINGTON. Dec. ll.-Xc,vous ex
haustion and strain and lenso excite
iinent was ascribed as the cauao of tho
enormous increase h, tho use of alco
holic spirits In the United States by Dr.
J. T. Searcy of Alabama, president of tho
American Medico-Psychological assocla
i" a" Mre38 today before tho Amer
ican Society for tho Study of Alcohol and
Other Narcotics, lie said "it was a sreat
Snwi0 to ?1curc rel.lcf aml utlan some
sou of psychic consciousness that makes
alcohol a popular drink." m.wtos
Dr. John D. Quackcnhos of New York
city attributed drinking to the tremoml
smiln OVcrcom tho tension and
The alcoholic evil Is national. In the
I ft?, 'dn,"lcI ." '!" thing that
I, iium.v wwu o acsiroy tin
thn Hh!infLmc!cnc; J ,ihf Human ri'cS
jhoK excessive indulgence in alco-
it'tL n'Doi,R,a? of Bson declared
that tho widespread prevalence- of mop
Iphlnc was due to careless prescribing of
t that drug by physicians. m
' Bird Admits Quilt.
W. If. Bird, who was arrested Tuesdav
afternoon by Patrolman II. A. Olscn
after Bird had terrorized his family with
a loaded revolver, pleaded guilty to n
charge of flourishing a deadly weapon
when arraigned before Judge J. M. Bow
man of the criminal division of tho city
f.M.t.7f3U'n,aJ.' Sentence was deferred
until this morning at 10 o'clock.
Welcome News For
! Salt Lake People
Salt Lake City pcoplo who have Btonv
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strcot. It has been found that JUST
A SINGLE DOSE oi? Adlor-i-ka uEuallv
relieves sour stomach, gas on the stom
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caupo thi& simple now mixture drains
off such a surprising amount of old foul
matter from tho body. (Advertisement.)
iviunmumu hi ihui
Special to The Tribune.
3niWATJK12E. Wis.. Dec. 11, Frank
J. Cannon, former United States senator
from Utah and a former member of the
Mormon church, arraigned the Mormon
control in an address on the menace of
tho "Mormon Kingdom" at the Grand
Avenue Methodist Episcopal church.
Mormon elders In Milwaukee were
highly Indignant at tho former member's
attack upon the church and after his
address distributed circulars to the au
dience, quoting statements made before
his excommunication in which he rep
resented the Mormons in a highly fa
A number of Mormons heard Cannon's
disparaging address and asked him aues-
Mnnc Af Itr nlnr. ..
k lvo wust wuiuuii iiiiawcrea au
quorles. His chief Indictment of the
church and creed was on the attitude
taken by believers In their pledge to
the United States when Utah was ad
mitted to the union. He declared that
members of tho church had rcpcatcdlv
broken their pledges concerning polyg"
amy and that the testimony of one -of
tne Mormon leaders before the senate
investigating- committee, when he said:
what are you going to do about It?"
Indicated the attitude of the Mormons
ami their church.
Cannon alleged that the Mormons con
trolled three seats and held the balance
of power in three others..
"If you don't do something to the Mor
mon kingdom it will do something to
declared Cannon. In conclusion.
BANKERS TIBE OF
II WITNESS GAME
(Ooutinued from Page One.)
concerns had been turned over eight or
l" times a year, while about 8 per cent
mi salcs wcro oona flfl transfers.
The committee has concluded Its inves
tigations of tho clearing house situation,
Counsel Untermyer announced. W. E
1-rcw and F. MK. Lister of tho New York
clearing house explained a report on ex
change charges for out of town checks
made by the inland change committee of
the clearing house.
mlUiLf"tcl'n!-vSr.c:?lVnse, for th com
tL ci&. had C0clJlded his examination of
Mr. Frew yesterday, but the bankor de
sired to discuss further his views of clean
ing regulations which cause banks to
charge a fixed rate for tho collection of
out of own checks. Chairman Pnjo an
nounced that the committee had decided
to allow Mr. Frew to make an e.xplana-
Mr. Frew put Into the record a renort
by tho committee on Inland exchange of
,,nrf ?Loar,ns hou,80 ahowln,- the rost of
cMJhZnZHr.&JxMaMn out 0 town
The report showed a profit to the
n?UrH Al 8,,ch collection charges of ?D7 -000
for the year. It showed total charges
for collections as 52.I30.G51 and the cost
of malting colloctlono us SI, 170,162.
In addition to tho cost of collection,
the report also charges JoW.-lGl 73 Tor
tterJ"6"4' rotaBQ. salaries, etc., and
52f)b.4G0 as loss of interest.
Mr. Untormyer confronted thi witness
with a letter from Frank Vanderllp of I
New Tfork declaring that, banks suffered
a loss of about J2.000.000..-. year on out
of town collections. Mr. Frew declared
he did not wish to crltlct0 Mr. Vander
llp. Mr. Untermyer was eager to discover
what Mr. I-rnw knew about the attitude
of New ork banks toward demands of
out of town depoHllors for their moncv
during the 190; panic. Mr. Frew denied
emphatically that he over knew of the
Now York banks rcfualnsr to allow the
country banks to withdraw their funds.
FIRE CHIEF BLAMES
The ire of Fire Chief William If. Bv
wator was aroused last night, hv what
he declares waa stupid action on the nart
of a street car conductor on the depot
"ZC 'oro an5Werlng a fire call to the
Pacific hotel on Rio Grande avenue 'it "
o'clock this mornfng when the street car
stopped right In the wy of our big mo
tor engine, which would have ben I
Yfkod but for the quik wurk of the I
drV cr," said the nilcf
1 EDWARD GREY
IS NT OPTIMISTIC
Embassadors of the Powers to
Meet in London With
HOPES AND ANXIETIES
Servia Insists Upon Adriatic
Port in Spite of Menaces
LONDON, Doc. Jl. A not over
optimistic view of the international sit
uatiou was expressed by Sir Jidwurd
Grey, tho British foreign secretary,
whou ho formally announced in tho
House of Commons this afternoon that
embassadors of the great powers would
meet in Loudon simultaneously with
tbo plenipotentiaries of Turkey and of
tho Balkans, who nro to discuss peace
, Sir Edward defined the object of tho
embassadors' gathering as an "infor
mal and noncommittal consultation
which is, of courso, an indication that
tho European powers are not sure that
a solution of all tho dillioulliea is in
Commenting upon tho European sit
uation, tho secretary of foreign affairs
"Hopes and anxieties have varied
from day to day and may contiuno for
fiomo time to vary. It io diflicult to
say anything -without causing undue
pessiminm or mising hopes which might
subsequently bo disaDDointed. Tho re
lations with tha governments- of the
powers aro amicable, the diplomatic
situation is favorable and the anxiety
is lest some untoward or unforeseen
"Tho consultations of, the embassa
dors are to be informal aud nonconimit
tal. This is, of course, an indication
that tho European powors aro not yet
euro that a solution of all the difficulties
is in sight."
Servia Will Insist. I
PAJUS, Dec. 11. Servia will insist on
obtaining a port on tho Adriatic sea,
for a maritime outlot is necessary to
tho life and the future of Sorvia accord
ing to cx-Premicr Novakovitch, tho
principal Servian pcaco plenipotentiary,
who is now on his way to Loudon. lie
made this declaration in an interview
with a correspondent of the Temps and
added that Sorvia was surprised fey the
enigmatic and disquieting attitudo of
In spite of tho mennccs of Austria, he
continued, Servia was leaving her
troops in tho territory they had al
Referring to the intorviow ho had
just had with Raymond Poincaro, tho
French premier, M". Novakovitch said:
"I have the conviction that tho just
claims of Servia will bo firmly and 'effi
caciously supported by tho powors be
longing to the triplo entente France,
Grent Britain and Russia. "
GOOD FELLOW HEALING
LITTLE OWES' WOWS
(Continued from Page One.)
lows In Sallna. Two Uttlo brothers there
have had their older sister send mes
sages. One letter contains the following:
A Little Pointer.
I am writing you this letter to tell
you what to bring me. I want ino
a book with stories In It and a box
of paints to paint so I can learn fast
In school. I am G years old it I am
going to school for the first vear If
you have a llttlo slay or wason or
fryciclo that any little boy don't
want T -would be glad for one. my
little sister wrote this for mo Dleasc
don t forget me on Christmas &. If
.vou uring- me a ooc of paints I will
draw a picture and send It to you.
From your friend
Bring me a little red express
wagon & a little pair of mittens T
have been a good boy all the time
fc I want a wagon to holl wood In I
am 4 years old I have 2 other broth
ers. J have never hurl a wagon vet
If you forget you will find a bl;r
chimney and you can como down it
I arE,.th! vltIe boy witb hlue eyes
t white hair.
A Mother Writes.
The following-, which was ascertained
later to have boon written reluctantly!
wus also received: 1
Dear Good Fellow My child's fa
tier loft us without homo or any!
yV 1 ,h.avc one my be" to pro
vldo for him. ir you think, after In
vestigating he is deserving- of Good
Follow kindness. It will be grate
i ne mother works dally to stmnm-i
and keep the child at school, They Pnie
sufficiently suppled with food and
clothing;, but If the right kind of good
fellow is given the name of this "boy
ila'd'liir.lfi110 bCSt hrlstm- h." ever
The many Good-Fellow clubs bQin
organized throughout the city arts mak
ing Inroads upon the order's sunn " of
children a names and addressc:" Some
letters to he royal ruler contain -quests
for largo numbers. For that rp-?
?,?.n.m?ro "an,cs addresses are Te
'JMoalcd. Give your own name, address
and telephone number, if any. You : w l
be given no nubllultv. lu
How to Join.
f-JiC r'n1" t0, ccomo a member of the
Good Fellows Is easy, mi onL thn .
pon -printed in The Tribu c. GooS i?o "
low will then mull you thc namoi rf
addresses of children wl oar "toddngS
glfta and ond nr. deliver them. Yo r
nam.o win not be published. There s
no material proilt In this for a,1Vhnr
but the children. The addrc8 Ibo?
der of Good Fellows, Salt mice city "
Be a good fellow. u u,l"
Mrs. L D, Smnli Buried.
Funeral nervlces for "Mrs t-.kh
Davidson Small, 00 y(iar., of .-.gc? o
died Monday, were held af til,. 0
of her niece, Mr,,. Wlllam F. ?0feC
0.,l,nst r?ur 11 South street. yestUfc
LrU1r 0iVockl 1,1 ,h" afternoon. To
Rev. y. W. Reeso ronductnl ti c hVv,
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q Exceptional skirt values, y0Ul:it
choice of our entire line serge8
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I novelty cloths. Prices range wRs
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Leather Handbags W
Half Price m
1$ A special line. There is still 'mr
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. ities to select from. Choose now
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The Corset Sale on Second K'
Floor includes every line of yfc,
Corsets we carry Madam wSmwk
Lyra, American Lady, War- (BoP?
ner Bros, and the La Camille SdSWeS
Front-Lace Corsets. ?f
OUR DRUG STORE TS AT .."Jb
NEW YORIv. Dec. 11. Mary Goodo. a
confessed keeper of a resort in tho tcn
dorloln district, as a witness before tho
aldcrmanlc. committee, which Is Investi
gating police conditions, testified today
that many women of that section had
banded together In an association and had
appealed to Mrs. O. II. P. Belmont to aid
them in 'protection against police graft.
She declared that the "Becker pocket
hook" had set an example of graft to
policemen and that since the Becker ex
posure officers were "wild In their de
mauds of money."
From her own experience, she told of
having paid $60 a month for pollco pro
tection. Somo larger places, she said,
were forced to pay from ?100 to $220 a
"The polico want more money all tho
time," she said, "They keep raising their
demands. ThR" is all on account of the
She said there wcro 35,000 women In
the city affected by the police methods.
we want to be put under a committee
or citizens." she said. "Wo want to be
protected from the nolico."
If this were done, sho added, tho women
w-ould help the commltteo In ridding tho
city of somo of its worst elements. Thc
woman said that "Gyp the Blood," one of
the Becker gunmen, and four other
armed men entered her premises one
night and robbed tho inmates.
HEAD OF MEXICAN
BROKEN IN CONFLICT
Adolph Trujillo. a Mexican, was found
in a room at the rear of tho Continental
saloon. West Temple and First South
streets, suffering from a wicked looking
wound across his forehead, shortly before
midnight last night. He was takon to
l.h0 emergency hospital by Patrolmen F.
A. Smith and Dan Grundvlg and Ser
geant Ben Selgfus, where his wound was
dressed by Dr. Hurdle Lynch. Later ho
was removed to St. Marks hospital. Thei
v?H,nd be"eved to have been inflicted
.Liua haml, ax dl,rIne a. quarrel in
which several men were concerned. The
man's head Is said to bo fractured;
though he did not lose consciousness.
Shortly after 2 o'clock this morning
John Porclval. an American. 27 years of
age. was arrested and held at police
assaC " " iusn,c,0n of being the
HELD ON SUSPICION;
HAD MONEY IN SHOES
After being pursued bv two Greeks
who accused him of being a pickpocket
Joseph Nugent, 29 years of acrS f '
Mh?2 a" tTt"t nlSt' and8hold
llSn ttWuarlfr8 Pending- Investi
gation. His wife, who was with Nu-ent
when he wac first accused by tho Greeks
S?"V W e Express theater!
was also detained by the police Vn
money wus found on Nugent, though S1"0
in bills was taken from ho Xos of
Mrs. Nugont by Matron GlfTord. Tha
WnTn IV"1 tl10 appearance of havlJg
as It wis u-n S 10cfl for me time!
We have botli do- "Bi1i:
mestic and import- jB
ed ma4e from tie fOIHkf
finest quality -wool
a pleasure and nBw
comfort to tha "'flE1'
wearer at all JJZK!&
times. Do not
overlook this sug- suAi Clt
170 SOUTH MAIN
Lasts longer than a tn"Jg
collar and la easier to put to
to take off. 15c, 2forJ5cjKge
NEW BANK'S PLANS
About twenty prominent lm,
of the Farmers & Stockgrowrt Ul
hi tho offices of the Utah SJMlM
association In thc Mclntyre iK, .
torday and discussed the 3Jjjl
of tho new bank building
tccts. Tho different dotalls "jgB .
ture were srono over and 'f w
authorized to complete tnfi FSMjyou;
advertise for bids for tne iJSHfcrou
work. Tho bank will be inSrtfej
comber 28 and the foil 0?Hi5
thc Institution then announctMi
THIS TEAPOT FBn
I With One Pound of Oar Special Blend Tea--7flcfe,
More strength and flavor in one pound o Special Bffy,
than double the amount of ordinary Green Teas. Mfc
TRY IT ONOB. WBt&f
Today onlyShamrock Oocoanut, 10c per lb.
NATIONAL TEA IMPORTING ,KN
Wasatch 5005. 45-47 W. FIRST SOUTH. Prompt D8y