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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BICE: NOVEMBER 24, 1012.
11A FEDERATION TOAID ACCUSED Ubor Unions Asked to Raise Money for Defense at Indianapolis, STEAM FITTERS LOSE CHARTER Urotatlon Adopted Include Those Fnrorlntc Inlilnttre, neferendnut and Itecnll nnd Charinrc of Shermnn I.htt. nOCHESTBn, N. T., Nov. 21-Th Amorican Federation of Labor decided to day to ak the unions affiliated with it to raise money for the defense of the alleged lynamlton who are on trial at Indian ipoll. Tho resolution adopted by the conven tion was "that delegates to the conven tion on their return advise their Inter national unions and local bodies to provide; financial assistance for the trade union ists on trial In Indianapolis to aid them in 'iccurlriK a fair trial and in appealing the ;anes should a fair trial be denied them." Tho resolution also Urged that the men on trial be "not convicted In advance or tho decision In their cases bo Influenced" by the alleged fact that certa'n corpora tions and a private detectlvo agency "are :lamorlng for a conviction. It was decided by a vote of 16,761 to 1,322, moro than tho .two-thirds majority re quired, to revoke tho charter of the Inter national Association of Steam and Hot Water Titters and Helpers, delegates from which were denied seats In tho con vention last week. Tho convention also refused to take any action In the dispute between factions of wo International. Brotherhood of Kleo- trlpnl IVnrkprs nnil rnfflrmpd its decision 'that only the faction affiliated, with the federation Is legal. nc forms Knvored. Other resolutions adopted favor the Initiative, referendum and recall, includ ing the recall of Judk.s; popular election of United States senators, worklngmen's rompensatlon with tho retention of em ployer's liability, old age pensions and tho repeal or amendment of tho Sherman mtl-trust law to prevent tho prosecution rf labor unions under Its provitlons. I Andrew J. Gallagher, representative of the California State federation of Labor, jralsed the question of financial aid to the men on trial in Indianapolis. He of Tared an amendment to the report of the committee on tho president's report pro dding that tho balance in the McNamara lefenso fund, be .devoted to the defense Df the Indianapolis defendants. Ills imendment was rejected by the chair on V point of order,- that the money In ques tion Is In tho Custody of the MoNamara defense committee and theroforo not at )he disposal of tho federation. The report of the committee on president's report was adopted and Jlrectly afterward James B. Conroy )f tho Ihternatlonl Brotherhood of foundry Employes presented the motion irglng International and local labor jodjes to eIvo financial assistance to the ccuscd men- Tho motion was adopted Vlthout a dissenting vote. DynnmltliiK Condemned. The president's report committee de fined the attltudo of tho federation In Uio so-called dynamiting" case Includ ing tho McNamara cases, in these words; "Tho American labor movement, as represented in tho American Federation sf Labor, will nClthor- countenance nor tondonn anyone, who, under the cloak of iradn unionism undertakes to carry on f 7 A A; 'V Thife Splendid $1475 Gar Abounds in Unusual Features HERB is news for every motor car buyer the 1913 Marion is the larg est, most complete, silent and pow erful car in the $1,500 class. It alone com bines at a reasonable price the. Size, Quality and Luxury of more expensive cars. This is not an extravagant statement. Look at its specifications and the completeness of its equipment It is a five-passenger touring car with graceful lines, rich color, beautiful finish, upholstering as deep and comfortable as a"big arm chair. Where can you find such features in any other car of this, size and power, unless you pay several hundred dollars more? More over, in the selection of a Marion the buyer absolutely assures himself of the pleasure and genuine satisfaction experienced by all Marion owners. We invite your investigation of Marion cars, at our show rooms, or we'll call for you. Don't miss the opportunity to see the 1913 Marion 37-A. 0. W. McDonald, a criminal warfare on society That some of these men are guilty of carrying on such a warfare appears from the con fessions they have made relatlvo to their connection with these crimes. That every man must be considered Innocent until ho has been proved guilty hna always been accepted as a fundamental principle of our Jurisprudence and in tho consider ation of his case before the courts he Is ontitled to a fair and Impartial trial." tsy a special order of business agreed. upon today, the convention will elect officers at 3 o'clock tomorrow. Max S. Hayes of Cleveland, a member of the International Typographical union, Is to opposo President Oompcrs for ro- eiectlon. William II. Johnston of Provi dence, president of the . nternatlonal As sociation of Machinists, is to oppose Third Vlco President James O'Connell, former president of the machinists' union. It Is expected other officers will be re-elected without opposition. Street Oar Stock Two-Thirds Water ST. LOUIS, Nov. 23,-The United Rail ways company, capltallxed and bonded for IIO1.S80.S0O and which haa a monopoly on street car transportation in 8t. Louts, should be permitted to earn dividends on a valuation ot S37,63S.667.TB, the actual value of all Its physical properties, ac cording to a report for the Public Service commission, filed this afternoon with the city council. The report showed that the company had outstanding bonds aggregating to9, tSO,000 and outstanding stock aggregating 141,900,300. The amount of "water" In the stocks and bonds, as shown by the re port, is $83,7.23.30. The commission recommended that tho company should be permitted to earn S per cent on Its physical valuation, or 12,124,0-10.80. The average net earnings for the last twelvo years, the report states, have been t.',95S,820.BS.' The excess over reasonable earnings should be expended, tho commission sug gests,' in absorption in taxes to the city or profit-sharing with the city; by re duction of fares, or by giving better eorv. ice. The commission's power is limited to making recommendations to the municipal assembly, but the assembly has tho au thority to enact legislation to compel the railway company to comply with the commission's recommendations. 11H EATER MANAGER PLANS NEW THEATER IN OMAHA KANSAS CITY, Kan., Nov. 23.-(Spe- ejal Telegram.) E. P. Churchill, manager of the Garden theater here, which house is one of a chain of thirty-one houses, announced tonight that the Interests he represents had leased tho Orpheum theater in Cincinnati. In addition to this Mr. Churchill said the same capitalists would build five new houses along the samo lines as the Garden here. These houses will be built in Chicago, Omaha, Denver, Bt. Louis and Des Moines. The Garden Is an entirely new type of theater. The exterior is of mixed archi tectural design of attractive appearance and the' interior is built in Imitation of an intercourt .or garden with arbor and vino effects. .The interior finish Is rough brick; The building cost $KO,000 exclusive i of ground; Some of tho now theaters Mr. I Churchill saya wlU cost more than tills. 1913 UirlM 37-A OTO-pswcatcr towing or, fully KjuJppul, S147S Marion Automobile Co. Mgr. FRANKED MAIL HITS SURPLUS Political Campaign Material Sent Free in Huge Quantities. TEMPORARY DEFICIT CREATED l'oatnl trior Aisntn St'lf-SuppnrtlnK itml l'ostmnstrr General Hitch cock Uxpecia Thl Condi tion to Ho Maintained. WASHINGTON, Nov. a-Polltlcal cam paign material transmitted freo of post age through the malls accounted, accord ing to postal records for tlio (infer ence between a postal surplus and n pos tal deficit for the last fiscal year, end ing Juno 90. An account of franked mall forwarded for congress, the executive departments and other government Insti tutions shows that poitago nt the ordi nary rate on this mattor would have netted the government nearly 120,000,000. About 3,ffi0,000 ot this would have been paid on political documents. The postal service handled during the year 310,240,000 pieces ot franked mall, weighing 61,377,000 pound This was three-eighths per cent of the total weight of nil mall carried. During the presi dential and congressional primary cam paign In the last quarter ot the fiscal year, as disclosed by comparison with the amounts ot freo matter sent during corresponding periods of previous years nn oxtrao'rdtuary amount of franked mat ter was sent through the malls at public. expense This matter consisted or polltl cat reports and records of all kinds and even of one complete political campaign book, all of which had been made techni cally frankable by insertion In the Con gresslonal Record. It Is computed that tho total weight ot this franked matter was between 7,000,000 and 8,000,000 pounds all ot which was transmitted as first class matter. Commenting upon these figures. Post master General Hitchcock .who has long urged that restrictions should be thrown around tho use of the franking privilege. said today: "Tho unusual expense entailed upon the postal service through the transmission by mail ot tho great amount of political matter during tho primary campaign created a temporary deficit for the first time In two years, the total expenditures for the fiscal year ot 1912. aggregated $243,625,000, ' whllo the total revenue amounted to 1245,744,000. Had it not been for the cost of carrying frunked political mall, the postal account would have shown a surplus of more than $1,000,000 Instead of a deficit of $1,781,000. And this surplus I have Indicated would have "de veloped notwithstanding tho fact that tho compensation of postal employes waa In creased during the year by an aggregate of S8,000,000.' Computations of expenditures and rove. nuo Indicate, however, that slnoe the close of tho last fiscal year, tho postal service once more Is on a self-supporting basis. On November 1, tho latest dnto of ava'lable figures, it was found that the .receipts were materially greater than the expenditures for tho current year. Mr, Hitchcock expects this condition to bn maintained throughout tho year, despite the largo expenditure attendant upon the establishment ot tho parcels post system The Persistent and judicious use o; Newspaper Advertising is, tho, Road to Business Success. 37 - EQUIPMENT DJico self-starter; Presto-O-Lite tank; Dynamo electric 'lighting system; 80-hour storage battery; Warner speedometer; Mohair top, boot and storm curtains; Q. D. demountable rims, one extra; Ventilating plate glass windshield; tire irons, tire repair kit; tools, pump, jack; nobc rail, foot rest. FINISH Rich brewster green or deep wine color; metal trimmings, nickel plated; wood trimmings, mahogany; lamps, black enameled; fenders, hood, dust shields, baked enamel. BODY Five-passenger, big and roomy; graceful lines, flush sides; divided front seat; deep upholstering, hand buffed leather; center control; all doors open toward the rear; deep cowl over dash; gasoline filler tube between Iront seats; concealed tool boxes; pockets for route maps, veils, etc.; cocoa mat in tonneau. MOTOR 30-40 horsepower; four cylinders, cast in pairs, long-stroke type; bore and stroke, 45 inches; large valves, valve springs enclosed; automatic carburetor, steering column adjustment; dual ignition, magneto and batteries; 3-point suspension; constant level oiling system (circulating); water cooled, centrifugal pump, fan, large jackets, cellular radiator. CHASSIS Wheelbase, 112 inches; pressed steel frame, strongly reinforced; cone clutch, spring inserts; shaft drive, enclosed in torsion tube; 3 speeds forward, selective sliding gear transmission ; front axle, I-beam drop forging, rear axle double trussed; front springs semi-elliptic, rear -elliptic, imported steel; four double-acting brakes, large and effective; strong steering gear; artillery wheels; 34 x 4-inch tires. Railroads Indicted On Rebating Charge; Coal Firm Involved CHICAGO, Nov. J3.-Three subsidiary lines of the New York Contrnl . railway system and a Chtcngo coal corporation weru Indicted today by tho federal grand Jurv charged with giving and reoelvlmt rebates. The companies named In the true bills are: The Lake Shore A Michigan Foum- em Hallway company, the Cleveland. Cincinnati. Chicago & St. 1-oiils Hallway company, Chicago. Indiana . Southern lUllroad company and CVOara Oat com pany. The Indictments grew out of the pay ment of $00,000 by the railroads In the latter part of November, 1909, to 'tho coal company for which no proper ac counting was made to the government. The Investigations Into rebating charges that have been made will continue.. Charges, It was said, against' high offi cials of the New Ybrk CcntrW lines Is said to be the object of further Inquiry by the federal grand Jury. The allegations are made under the Blklns' act, prohibiting the receiving and giving of rebates. California Result Still inBad Tangle HAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Nov. 23. Seventeen days after tho national pros' dentlal election, tho question whether Wilson or Hoosevelt carried California tonight was In a worse tangle ot legal complications and threatened lawsuits than at any previous tlmo. Tho out come is utterly beyond prediction. Progressive leaders, dlsuppolntcd by a court decision In Los Angeles Invalidat ing totals for olectorp In precincts where the election Judges had thought to wavo time and trouble by not putting, down tally marks for any elector except the top on each ticket, took heart today and decided to Instltuto llko proceedings In all the counties of the stnto which showed a plurnllty for Wilson. This prospective action was announced following receipt in 1Oa Angeles of a telegram from Governor Hiram W. John son at Sacramento begtnnlng, "It Is re ported in tho press hern that the pro gressives nro going to quit." Woman's Skirt Will Look Like Envelope CHICAGO, Nov. 23. Woman's dress Is to take on an aspect of militancy tor the coming year, according to tho edict of the National Cloak, Suit and Skirt Mak ers association which met In session hero today. Hero nre n few of tho new de signs for spring: Straight front military effect. All gowns are to bo loose, but straight everywhere, with no curves of "llnus" and plenty of elbow room. Skirts Bre to bo perfectly straight, looking, llko an envelope. Jackets tire to bo the same. Narrow skirts will pre vail, with a slash. H'r absolutely the only way of assuring tho safety of tho woman. It hus been demonstrated that women wearing narrow skirts untlashcd 1 are tn constant danger irom rails or other perils, A r 2101-3 Farnam St., Omaha, Neb, RABBI-ELEOT KOPALD TALKS Delivers Address to Large Audience at Temple Israel, CHANGING VIEWPOINT ON JEW JH-Iireontrn MnUluir Individual Inci dents Apply (n llure nnd l)lpnes Wat nt Alterlntx Wrong let rm ttmt I'revitil. Uabbl-elect tuls J. Kopaid of the Ueth Klon temple of lluffiito, addresned an extraordinarily Urge hudlence Inst evening at the Temple Israel. Ills sub ject being from the Arabian Night's tale of Alladln. ".Vow JUimps for Old." Itnbbl Kopaid. who Is an Omaha boy. born nnd brought up In this city, re celed his training In the Jewish religion In tho Hebrew Union college, besides graduating from the University of Cin cinnati. At the present tlmo he Is finish Ing his fourth term a rabbi of the Temple Isrnol of Stockton, Cnl. In Buf falo ho will have charge of the only re form synagogue In the city, nnd will succeed one of tho oldest and nuwt re vered rabbis of the fslth, Or, Israel Aaron, who died last April, one week after the celebration of his twenty-fifth anniversary m head of tho Temple. llnbbl Kopald's talk dealt with the chnructer of- present day legislation ns reflecting the change In viewpoint from the personal to the social, tho object of which Is universal brotherhood. He told how both Jew nnd non-Jow huvo hindered such a result, both hy a wrong concep tion of what constitutor a Jewish ques tion. That question alone Is a Jewish question which arises from the unique character, alms or oltlo of tho Jew. This ho Illustrated by reference to In- termarrolge, KJonlom and the ltusslan Jewish .situation. Tlve mere presence of a Jew In any given Issue does not con stitute a Jewish question any more than In tho caso ot Catholic or Protestant. Great mlstnkes havo been made In Cali fornia by tho Jows In creating a Jewish question of tho Abraham ltcuf affair, In Now York In tho Herman ltoscnthal eplsodeJ-both merely individual questions. All through tho country Is the so-called "Jewish voto" a misnomer. Tho ballot Is the ono Institution through which we can The Drummond Motor Co. Announce that They Have Taken the Agency tor the -:HAYNES:- These Are the Reasons Why! Electric starting and electric lighting. A luxurious car with the deepest cushions used on American cars. 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As a child grows older It requires moro and moro, personal attention from thn mother, and im tho function! of tho bowels arc of thn utmost Importance, to health grent attention should bo paid to them. Diet Is of great Importance, and the mother should watch tho effect of cer tain foods, A food will constipate, one and not another, nnd so wo have u healthy food like eggs causing bilious ness to thousands, nnd a wholesome fruit Ilka bananas constipating many. . It la also to be considered that the child Is growing, and great changes are taking place In tho young man or young woman. The system lias not yet settled Itself to Its later routine. A very valuable remedy nt this stngo', nnd ono which every growing boy and girl should bo given often or occasionally According to the tndlvldunl circumstances Is Or. CnldwoU'e Syrup l'epfln. This Is n inxatlvo and tonic, combined, so mild that It Is given to llttlo babies, and yet equally effective In thn most robust constitution. 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