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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BICE: NOVEMBER 24, 1012.
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
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.
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
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
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
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
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
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.
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
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.
UirlM 37-A OTO-pswcatcr towing or, fully KjuJppul, S147S
Marion Automobile Co.
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
Commenting upon these figures. Post
master General Hitchcock .who has long
urged that restrictions should be thrown
around tho use of the franking privilege.
"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
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
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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
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.
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
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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
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give expression to our social reiKinlbtl.
Ity n American cttlsens, not as reli
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harm of the whole matter lies In the
prejmllco'unnlni't the Jew, which arises
from the creation of a Jewish question
on ills part of nn Individual mutter, es
pecially since tho non-Jtw makes th
mlstnke commonly of regarding the In
dividual Jew nn typical of the whols
(as In Shylocki. bcoause of the unique
IHtsltlon ot tho Jew as the protestant of
Need Good Bowels
tilvi n Mild Imxntlvo Occaslcumlly to
liiNiiro ItfKulnr llowcl 'Action.
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
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.
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GIRL BRIDE BURNS TO DEATH?
USES OIL TO START FIRE
DUQUOIN. 111.. Nov. .-Mr Vera
llennett, a U-year-old' bride .was burned
to death near here, today; when she at
tempted ,to start a flro wjth kerosene.
She and her hlisband recently arrived In
tho vicinity, having doped from Missouri.
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