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Mj , 2 THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 10, 1913.
II o?Ste Motion to Refer Measure to , the Finance Committee j . Quickly Precipitates Un usually Lively Contest. SENATOR PENROSE STARTS FIREWORKS He Moves That the Commit- Itee Be Instructed to Hold Public Hearings; Held Out of Order. , WASHINGTON, May 9. Republi- ' cans of the sonato leaped eagerly into their fight agahiBt the Underwood tariff till, "when it was brought over from the fconae today, and precipitated an issue by attempting to ovorrido tho de cision of the Democrats to consider the I measure -without public hearings. Forerunning tho assault that tho Re publicans propose to wage against the schedules from agate to zinc, Senator Penroso sought to have the bill re ferred to the finance committee with instructions for public hearings after Senator Simmons, chairman of tho com mittee, had moved for reference -without instructions. Action on this phase was ponding whon tho senate adjourned until Tuesday, several Republican lead ers predicting that they would win their contention and that public hoar inga would be forced over tho heads of the finance committee. Democratic lenders, however, disputed this prodic ' lion. Measure Is Assailed. I Speaking on tho Penrose amendment, , Senator William Alden Smith of Mich igan, in a vigorous appeal for consider ation of the bill in the open instead of in "the darkness and gloom' 1 of the committoo room, assailed tho tariff bill. He declared that it would result in a 1 repetition of '-'dark days" that fol lowed the Wilson bill, that tho sugar industry would be ruined, that other industries would suffer and that already business was falling off rapidly throughout tho country. Charging that free sugar in throe 3ears would give the American Sugar Refining company and the Federal Su gar Befixdng company an option which they would foreclose on the property i of the beet sugar intorests, their only domestic rivals, Senator Smith declared that the beet sugar industry, in which ( 15,000 persons in Michigan alone were ,' interested, would be wiped out Refers to Alliance. "If the American Sugar Befining company and the Federal Sefiaing com pany,' ' said Senator Smith, "'have j made an allianco with the Democratic party, it is an unholy alliance. Men who have not shirked in committing crimes to increase tho volume of their business and "who are now responding to the will of the law, make very poor allies for any political party." Senator Thomas read an article from a Troy, N. T-, newspaper, ic which an employee of a Bhirt company de , clarod that concern had already threatened to reduce wages and in oth er ways had attempted to coerce its workers to nee their influence against the Underwood bill, i "Speaking for myself," said Sena- ' tor Thomas, "I want to say here and 1 now that tactics of this soft will pro- H ? Pleasant Taste H Genuine H Nourishment Are combined in I , Grape-Nuts H FOOD Contains all the rich nu trition of wheat and barley ! including the natural grain phosphates so essen tial to the proper up-keep of bright brains and steady nerves. A dish of Grape-Nuts and cream is the regular morning custom in thou sands upon thousands of 1 homes where health and comfort are valued. "There's a Reason" I GRAPE-NUTS I 1 8 3E! JIS D TPS 311(11! HE j I Now is the time to get your I Field, Grass, Clover, Ftawer I and Garden Also headquarters for the beBt poultry supplies. I I SURE HATCH and ESSEX MODELS J INOUBATOES BROODERS BAILEY & SONS CO, j I Wholesale department, 451-469 South Third West Street, j 1 Phones, Wasatch 311 and 1382. Retail department, 63 EasJ Second South. Phono Wasatch 6557. Salt Lake City, Utah j duo.e any but desired results. I believe that an industry which resorts to this line of conduct in order that its em ployees may bo coorced should meet the result of having placed on the free list every article that enters iuto its liuc of business. Calls Action Brazen. "T think it little less than brazen effrontery," said Senator Smith of Michigan, answering Mr. Titomas, "for tho senator from Colorado to mako these statements and to sa3T that man ufacturers shall not bo allowed to com plain about the burdons put upon them by ihis bill. If you think by your threats you can force silence on the part of employers of labor, you arc making a mistake." While Senator Smith kept the floor, Senators Rood, James, Smoot, Works, Thomas and Hitchcock entered into an argument that turned away from sugar to the manufacture of furnituro and then back again to sugar. Senator James said ho would prefer to havo the sugar "monopoly" bought by money from tho treasury of tho United States than to give it permis sion to continuo to rob tho people." Senator Thomas got into nn argu ment again by stating that Ass3'riaus, Japanese and Mexican peons and other foreigners were employed in tho west ern beet fields and that the usual wage paid was about 20 cents a day. Sen ator Smoot denied this. Senator Hitchcock wanted to know why the furnituro manufacturers of Michigan wore afrnid of tho proposed tariff on thoir products and Senator Smith replied that thev foared compe tition with furnituro built in Europe with cheaper labor. GE11 PROFESSOR sows i mm (Continued From Page One.) copied. And they are bo important that they themselves become tho cause of war. It is the purpose of this plan to close tho gap and. to leave no ques tion to become a cause of war. It is the belief of tho president that when the treaties have been made between this nation and all other nations severally by which there will be investigations before hos tilities begin, that war will become practically impossible. The time that will be allowed gives chance for tho separation of fact from questions of honor, and it gives a chance also for the opera tion of public opinion which is in creasingly for peace. It is the hope of those who be lieve in the plan that when it is adopted between this nation and other nations, it will be adopted by other nations between themselves 1 until tho nations of the earth will be knit together bv these agree ments and people will learn war no more. Cardinal Gibbons in a letter express ing regret that ho was unable to be present, said: Let Brittania and Columbia ioin hands across tho Atlantic and their outstretched arms will form a ea crcd arch of peace which will ex cite the admiration of the nations and will proclaim to tho world that with God's help the earth shall never more bo dolugcd with blood shed in fratricidal war. Alarm Is Sounded. Professor Munsterbere of Harvard, a German citizen, today told tho Amor lean committee arranging for a cele bration of 100 years of peace among English-speaking peoples that there were many "non-English people" who regarded the movement as. a forerunner of an alliance between Eng land and the United States antagonistic to Germany Whllo he regarded such a view as absurd, Professor Munsterbcre declared, ho warned the committee to proceed carefully. He added: We should endeavor to avoid every appearance of this movement's being pointed at non-English deficcndantH (n this country. Thcro are a number of foreign .newspapers published here, and there Is not tho slightest doubt but that there Is a certain distrust and a certain fear thaL this movement would bring about friction In the di rection of those who are not of Eng lish 'descent. They fear that thev would be brought Into a "second line," aa If they were citizens of the second class. What Crowd Thinks. I feel sure that this la far from your views; but tho crowd misunder stands. The crowd thinks more Inti mate dealings between English des cendants In thin country and Eng land would crowd out the non-Eng-MeIi, Tn fact, there an! rnanv who believe that the purpose of the whole movement Is to bring America to tho service of England In order to fight Germany. That certainly Is a most abmird understanding, and It would be most unfortunate Jf such a view should gain more strength. After all, there has been a century of peaco with England, but peace with Ger many and this country has never been broken. Nfr. Carnegie, presiding, wa3 quick to reply to Dr. Munstcrbcrg. "wo are so Innocent of the chargw," he said, "that ve cannot Imagine that anybody would suspect uh." View of Peabody. George Foster Peabody also replied to Profe2sor Munsterberg. He bald: 1 am sure we are all under obllsa I llonn to Professor Munsterbcrg. The whole world has been Indebted to the professor again and again because of his keenness In criticising and bringing out points that had hardly the shadow of suspicion beiind thera, Nevertheless, the shadow of suspicion I Z. C. M. 1. 1 ( . ANNUAL MAY SALE COMMENCES MONDAY. The greatest merchandis- jj ing event of the entire I S vear' I TQ TME EC0W0MI8T! If you want the Best Groceries at the Lowest Possible Prices, call on the old reliable grocery man, "THE CASH GROCER" 41-43 RICHARDS STREET PHONE WASATCH 3538. SUGAR $5.10 PER SACK. 18 lbs $1.00 Straight Grade Flour, per sack. .$1.10 Potatoes, per bushel 40c Scgo Lily Milk, 3 large cans 25c Sego Lily Milk, 6 small cans 25c Corn and Peas, 3 cans 25c Woods Cross Tomatoes, per can.. 10c 10 bars T. P. Soap 25c I FOUND by experience that FIRST MORT GAGE REAL ESTATE LOANS are the safest Investment you can make. We have loans on hand from 5500 to $18,000 that will NET INVESTORS 7 PER CENT, We guarantee both principal and Interest. Meiiar Real Estate and Investment Go. INVESTMENT BANKERS. Sstab. 1202. Inc. 1313. Capital. $250,000.00. 402 and 403 Walker Bank Building. Is the chief cause for war. as we know. Does It not bring before our minds, thon, the Instant service this great body can do by spreading the peaco sentiment In connection with the undercurrent which a fow peo ple are now trying to spread abroad as regards the relations of this country and Japan? The executive committee of the con ference today approved tentative plans suggested earlier In the week for Inter national features of the celebration, which, however, will bo subject to re vision before the foreign delegates leave for their homes. As now arranged, the plans Includo the erection of two monuments, Identical In design and Inscription, one In Washing ton and one In London. Tho foundation stones are to be laid at tho same time bv the president of the United States and the king of England, respectively, and In recognition of the slgnlflcanco or the moment It Is planned that the English-speaking world shall cease business for five minutes. Other methods of celebrating the 100 years' peace are the Institution of ox change professorships and traveling scholarships for Journalists: tho compil ing of a history of tho 100 years; the erection of commemorative tablets as memorials to individual events- religious services; a commemorative celebration In Ghent, Belgium, whero tho treaty was signed In December, 18H. and tho erect tlon of permanont momorlals and monu ments along the American-Canadian frontier, Including arches over tho Quebec-Miami and Va.ncouver-Los Angolea hlghwavs, where they cross tho boun dary, and bridges at Niagara Falls and Detroit. A.t tho latter point the plans call for water gates and possibly a tunnel. Arrive From England; Marry Here. Thomas Simpson, a native of England, and Miss Annie Atkinson, who arrived In Salt Lake City Thursday from England, ware married yesterday at the Phillips Congregational church, the Rev. Peter A. Slmpklh officiating. Tho marriage fol lows a pretty Jlr.tlo romance of mora than ten, years. Nut reduced 25c per ton making difference in price of Nut and Lump of 50c per ton. i WESTERN FUEL CO. W. J. Wolstenholmo. Managing Director, j Arthur McFarlane, Secretary. Agents for KING, HIAWATHA, BLACK HAWK. Phonefl Wasatch 713. Office 72 S. Main. Blue Wagons Bring Better Coal. In the READY-TO-WEAR DEPARTMENT (KreP jiff Entire Stock of hS! jlmAli'c! lllOCC! AC &S Ira NEW m SPRING L1111U1 Ol 3 PI OiJQ IK m IPb Sacrificed Just for Saturday 'flB 'fo, J?L This offering primarily Important to Baying mothers-affects Salt Lake's largest EgR wKm Q TW and best stock of children's dresses-all styles-for all occasions,, from the dainti- .P n Am est little lingerie "Graduation" or "Confirmation" frock to tlte aturdlor dressea for Mwr$ ML? M U j "everyday" wear. 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