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VM.ate4 FULL ASSOCIATED ' PRESS ? DISPATCHES THE advertise in UTAH WEATHER FORECAST examiner IT CH ARGES. IT IS MEDIUM W!lT ADVERTISING ThSt!I THE EXAMINER INDICATIONS CITY. !1rMES THE COUNTY AS WELL SUBSCRIR-f0NTSOO- WEATHER ARE OPEN TO VOL IV NO. 1 -- SATURDAY OGDEN ?o UTAH. CITY, FRIDAY MORNING trial Haywood on Trial for Complicity in the Panel Depleted No Juror Chosen D. Crime Court Adjourns Until Aonday, Idaho Max LWm. IX Hay-fln- t of the alleged participant BE tvenging conspiracy by which the aeaaeelnatloa of averred h waa plotted and pnak Bteunenherg placed upon trial for hla state and & today. Counsel for the business- in at once, enteied rit riattr the examination of Jurors and kept steadily for five hours. No Juror but substantial accepted, vai f"ny and the Indicat'jYgreis vaa made ion st the close Of the session were irt a jury could be obtained by the wsy, upon ilk jaapectlve a the task of next week. day of the trial went conclusion in quiet Incl-ica- t, jenney unmarked by unusual ft was earnest and bualnea-lili- t. the Its striking feature was or demon-snatio- a .stirs absence of crow-dIn any form. At no time, uonluf or afternoon, was thh court-:o- a more than half filled and the 'tnsti forming the court house un eon talced not a single loiterer. The caw was halted shortly before 'clock before the exhaustion of m July pam-- and an adjournment w tskea until hkmday morning M ton time the aberlff will summon The 1 sped si venire of 100 men. rlevsa bmb under examination, but A t Anally accepted or rejected, sen locked up and will be closely The opening kioogh to its 1 iturdsd. was brought Haywood to the court-no- sharply at 10 In the morning. He uaad his family In line of chairs to he right of hla seat and in front mi ill of hla counsel. He devoted non attention to bis youngest daugh-i-- r thia to any one else and through-u-t the Any took the Mtsctkin of practically M part Jurors. .Many men Is stellar Jeopardy, at a rule, make tee Bmtr of their prospective Jurors if frequently express their tersonal references, but Haywood seemed con-i- t to leavfr the matter entirely In tends of his lawyers. Haywood i ao sign of any feeling or emo-ba- t sat qultely throughout the 'V. Mrs. Haywood and the older saghter stood the ordeal of appear-la court very well,abut the young-- r child cried after this examination "f talesmen began. Mrs. Haywood feud ter children did sot attend the iu tflereoon session The questioning of the defense took nuch wider range than that of the h'sis and Its moat striking1 feature nit with the possible effect upon te minds and attitudes of Jurors iff ae letter of President Roosevelt In rilling Haywood and hla nsaoctatea mdeslrshle citizens," the speeches in lho of Secretary Taft, the meaeage Governor Gooding to the legislature ' Idaho, the apeech In Boise of Seni- or Heyburn and the action of the Aho legislature In pasoing a reaolu-and appropriating money for the rosccutbn of the three prisoners. Xr. Richardson, who conducted the lamination of the talesmen, was also articular to ascertain their attitude nard socialists and members of r orWnlMtI,nf and whether they give them a fair iriaL He waa Mxioua to know If they had any fwilon personal, fraternal, religl-- . or political sfflUations with any "nel for the state, any b Vj with detective agencies, any ln the pursuit or erlmlnAl. or were members of V'11 Owners asaoclstinn, Asked If they had ero- ny fund for the prosecu-th- e were Prisoners, if Bhen of the rltlsena they allisnce, if remembered the old troubles in lf lhey kid taken aides s m ,wd ir troub, at any time. A uro of thia examlna-th- ,t AH of the talesmen quee-- y the defense swore that they lnnupnd by the letter pZ,,. tif.riwdent Roosevelt or the speeches iffu" ,ff!cSala erf the national or and a majority of JZ wre Republicans, the counsel 'wa. Mat I"n I1 examination of ,ijr n ns lndicated by their ques-Cmu.,11 L tt,tud towArd dr--h dMce- Absence of wcused from the state when the the rtre f the mSanWin. h,ch th pri80ner nd hla were brought fronr CoJo- ,he unbm talesmen na ti. Tor murder In he Sr,T union labor. Tier aii flnwtioned each Ulesman h 'Aiutance flth the mur-- a Vitj la-'i- con-wio- Rlch-XL.S- j0 r HoZ . T,ew h pl.or nmltr- Thelr ,maS iLrbronRht out the fact that - ,r teinlr ' Bofdi oc,MbUc papers !r buted tree of charge nnty. the Idaho courts in tor criminal oases la ',?d Th!nd lsniBg call ,nl Utei ij.i v11 t! ,h ,ury kL n,7? the h ,u,l hr y TAnciea that Th- - to .. im-seu- r. firt conducts a continues - nMJjn that be FAsaed, !s efe',df0r0f tAtesmen pass to ., ,'.r, examination. Tips thl and thl" li hi t 8pneral examina- def,nce Of elreen ta th cTe"rrr,n,n Acsuion only hr- by both aides. have been finally sworn fluplete twelr- Ja . hj e p0-,- nt L AND FRIDAY OUR ATHE Hm. ARE FOR FAIR 'rIJ and they are still subject to peremptory challenge. They are A. L. Ewing, n carpenter and veteran of the (Tvll war; Wo. Van Oradale, a grocer of Boise, and Samuel D. Gilman, a fanner, who Uvea in the country ten miles from Boise . Gilman served In the Philippines with the Idaho volunteers. I'n der tJla M recently amended, each side has ten peremptory challenges Judge Wood announced that he intended to give both sides a wide latitude in the examination of talesmen. He also showed a willingness to grant challenges where there seemed any reasonable objection to the attitude of the tale-in- i an and In the one content of the day be ruled with the defense, which had challenged the talesman and was resisted by the atate . The atate today filed a supplements lilt of 151 wttneasei who are to be called to testify against Haywood, Moyer and Pettlbone, and Mr. Hawley announced that additional names would be filed later. The list includes Former Governor Peabody, of Colorado, and hip daughter, Mias Cora Peabody; Charles Sweeney, mine own- er iff Spokane; Detective Jamee Mo-- , Farland, Steve Adams. Mrs. Steve Adams, Bulkeley Wella, adjutant general of Colorado; A. E. Carlton, president, and C. C. Hamlin, secretary of the Mine Owners association of Cripple Creek; Julian Steunenberg, on iff the dead governor, a number at residents of Caldwell, Coeur d'Alene, Colorado, officials of Idaho and Colorado, and several detectives in the employ of the Pinkerton and Thiel agencies. : j I OPENING SCENES IN COURT. Boise, Idaho, May I. William D Haywood, secretary and treasurer of the Westers Federation of Miners, to-day is placed on trial for complicity in the murder at Caldwell, Idaho, on December 20th, 1805, of former Gov-ernor Frank Steunenberg. Haywood la one c' .our defendants charged with the murder. The iribera are H. Charles Moyer, president of the federation; George A Pettlbone, a former member of the executive committee of the Federation and Harry Orchard. The last named la expected .to be the moat important witness for the state against Haywood, Moyer and Pettlbone. He is said to have made a confession and It haa been the task of the prosecution to endeavor to cor ro borate thia eenfeeeion wherever po lble. Tbe fluff that Haywoods can la the flrat called for trial la regard- ed a indicating that the prosecution attorney believe their strongest evl-dance ie against the secretary of the Federation. The outcome of hla case wifi determine the action to be taken with regard to Moyer and - Pettlbone. of HayShould there be wood, Moyer and Pettlbone will be called for trial in tbe order named. On the other hand, an acquittal of Haywood undoubtedly will mean an abandonment of the cases against the other accused officers of tbe miners organisation. Orchard will not he tried until all of the other caaea are disposed of. It Is said that the evidence against him is ao strong that he cannot hope for other than n conviction of murder in the flrat degree regardless of the verdicts upon the Indictments against Haywood, Moyer and Pettlbone. Orchard, it la said, has been promised no degree of clemency whatsoever ln giving evidence for the state. Having admitted hie active part In the heinous crime of blowing the former governor will be had end the best of feeling apparently prevails among those moat prominently connected with the case. Even the more radical support-er- a at the accused miners are in good humor and are reedy to chaff with their acquaintances over the advantages or shortcomings of Socialism. The good feeling and widespread dr sire to prevent anything approaching a flare of disorder wae evidenced late last night when Mayor Halses summoned before him a Socialist orator who waa here eight months ago haranguing audiences at atreet comers and pro testing the absolute innocence of the men accused of the murThe der of Uoveraor Steunenberg. mayor explained to the Socialistic editor and speaker that the condition of calm and quiet prevailing in Boise waa ao gratifying to the citlaeni that they did not think it advisable that there should bo pubic speaking at this time. Jt was pointed out that the matter of the guilt or innocence of the accused parties was a matter for the determination of a Jury of twelve good citliens and that public oratory on the subject might tend to inflame some weak minded person Into ihfc commission of an overt net which would would be regretted on nil sides. The interview wae most satisfactory, ending by the mayor's caller declaring that he hud no Intention of speaking during the trial and that he agreed with all the mayor said. Speculation as to the length of the Haywood trial haa resulted ln guesses ranging from two weeks to . five months There are some who believe that the task of selecting a Jury alone will require at leaat three weeks. In the Jury panel reporting today were names, two of these only twenty-seve- n having Indicated that their excuse wae certain. Each side has ten peremptory challenges and there are likely to be many lawful disqualifications. A formidable array of counsel haa been engaged by both the atate and the defense to conduct the casea of miners. In charge at the accu-e- d the prosecution are James H. Hawley of thia city; United State Senator W. E. Borah, County Attorney O. M. Van Duyn and George Stone of Cald-especially employed to represent Canyon county, where the murder was eommltted. Representing the defendants are Messrs. E. P. Richardson of Denver; Clarence 8. Iter row, of Chicago; Edgar L. Wilson, of BoUe, a former law partner of Judge Wood; John F. Nugent of Boise, end Fred Miller, of Spokane, Washington. The big court room was only half filled at 1U o'clock when Judge Wood and Sheriff Shad took the ben Hodgln called the ewakm to order. Grey bearded court bailiffs stood in the allies ready to preserve order. They had little to do. The opposing counsel were arranged at long lablas cm either aide of1 tlie witness chair which la set in the center of the apace within the counsel rail. At zILeedi THE UNI Twenty-tw- o Million for the Stockholders. Dollars MAY 10, 1907 PRICE FIVE CENTS wekneia and evils of Uie German system at military novel, "Jena or Sedan? which excited widespread attention three years sgo. The author, Herr Alfred Funks, draw a frank and vivid picture uf the Germans colonising practices, tor the patriotic purpose, as he aays, of illustrating the burdens of an over sea empire and of teaching his countrymen the duty of hearing them. AU phases of colonial life, military, civil, mlssloaary and native, are graphically portrayed with the emphasis upon the dark side, the brutalities of militarism, the relentless teal of missionaries, and the etupiditieg of e bureaurrailc colonial office. Many of the rkaraeter are drawn from real life, and are easily recognizable, especially the former governor, now resideut In London, Dr. Carl colo- firt STEVEDORES 0; of $62,683,000. According to the chairman's state, meat, the company owns $80,097,000 face value of bonds charged on the books at $71,654,000:8127.759,000 par value Investment stocks aad rights costing $181481,000 standing on the bonks at $473. 000; 5702 WO0 giar other stock ' charged on the - ii ISESSf of the Western Federation of I According to the statements aubmlt- Miners. aat with tbe other attorneys ted to the directors of the Southern entered for Haywood.' Just back of j pqfie today the probable earnings of lhe defendant! counsel table aat Mrs. , that company tor the year ending Maywood, wife of the prisoner, in her jUDe 20, 1807. will lie approximately 1 Savannah Line Compromises With Its Employes. ; Invalid chair. She ace accompanied $44,697,000; fixed , charges. Including reserve for depreciation of rolling by her two daughters and a nurse. Judge Wood made several an-- ! vtock, $18,929,000, leaving a surplus .nouncements ln civil proceedings be- over fixed end other chargeff of $21.-- ; fore he finally turned to the array of 768,000; from this la to be deducted counsel before him and asked: dividends of 7 per cent on preferred la the defendant Haywood In stock, $22,761,000 and dividends of 6 ' court T" per cent on common stork $94182,000 He la waiting to be called," said leaving a surplus, after payment of Mr. Darrow. dividends of $12,106,000. Mr. Hsrri- The next instant Haywood appeared I m.n tated that in hie opinion the in custody of Deputy Sheriff "Has" ( actual figures would show greater reBeemrr, employed by Canyon county i Bnj(a mther than lent. to guard the accused miners. Hay J At present the floating debt of the wood, a stockily built man. Just abort ! Southern Pacific Is $JZ00,0O of which of alx feet ln height and weighing per- - i4,sn,000 la due the Uuloa Pacific. bapb 180 pounds, appeared, dean The Central Pacific Railroad company shaven thia morning and apparently has paid three Installments of notes hla long confinement, broken aa It due the United States government haa been by dally exercise on the releasing funding bonds of that comlawn, surrounded the court house, has pany to tbe amount of $84122,(100 had little effect upon hie health. Hay- which are In the treasury, and there wood Buffered an accident to hla right is also in the treasury against which eye come years ago, losing lta tight gmuiig haa bran sold $274,000 O. If. He eat today at the end of the line of ' Bnd 8- - A cond mortgage bonds. aeata occupied by hie family. Hla ; Diaklng the total capital expenditure chair waa within a few feet of the first ; ae0Ounta for the floating debt of $32,- of the Jury chain which are arranged 300,000, Other than the above, the directly In front of the Judge's bench. company has the following naadia Mr. Hawley, of the atate counsel. against informed Judge Wood that, in accord- - . any iHue of capital ohllgallona: ance with the statute, be would ta- - Bond, and stocks, principally of otl done on the Haywood indictment the , companies In California ($10,847,000; names f all the witnesses tor the j construction advances $25,000,000, for prosecution a far aa they are known - j 550 miles of completed rall- at the present time, Thie was agree- way, for about 1,635 miles partly unable to the defenae. der construction and for change of Are you reedy, gentlemen Inquir- gunge iff tbe Nevada A California Una, ed Judge Wood. and construction of southeastern We are, counsel for both aide California lines; for acquisition of voiced in nnlaon. Next following the new Unea $14,768,000; for electric " pIeB four uirmbcre oi tbe regular excusing railways, principally around Loa Angate of hla residence. Orchard, unqura. names, of twentv-aeve- n panel Salt Lake City $16,234,000; j UonAbly will have to pay the capital men to be gelas and ut twenty-thre- e $7,265,000;. (or real for steamship. punishment tor his confessed crime, i: men iff the One at this time. estate $13,357,000. making total exCaldwell, where tbe - murder wae excused had a tick wife. Tbe other nncapltallxed $140,000,000 committed, la the county seat of Can- had business Interests which they pendituresnumbers. in round yon county. A change of venue to convinced th court would suffer Ir" The board, after considering the Boise, the capital city of Idaho, mad. reparably if they were forced to serve above statement, decided to offer prewaa grant-county seat of Ada county, ln thia trial. ferred stock to stockholders of record ed, bn the motion of the defense. It , 1907, to the extent of 15 per 31. May being alleged, in behalf of the prisonBOILER TUBE CASE. cent of their holdings, common and DEFECTIVE era, that a fair trial ln Canyon county preferred (both having the right to will be an impossibility. Haywood, wltr subscribe), which will amount to May I. Today Pittsburg, were transferred Pettlbone and Moyer Subscriptions are to the county Jail here which com- nesses ln the' trial of J. Jay Dun and about $36,000,000. on or about June 15. and to be made with counfur I floor of Close, the basement Charles charged plines the to be payable 25 per cent, June 15, 25 ty court bouse. The court, tor which nishing defective boiler tubea for war-hl- per cent 15 per cent on July 15, and werB employ ea of the Shelby August 15. . die-district court of the Third Judicial After the adjornnicnt iff tbe meettrlct. The presiding judge la Judge steeI Cube company. of tbe directors f the Union and ing! Elmer g. Mason corroborated the Southern Fremont Wood, a native of Maine, Pacific today, Mr. Harri- former practitioner at the bar in thia testimony at Frank Emmett, who min live oula lrtter from Operating city, and presiding now over hla flrat turned state a evidence. He said that Officer Krnttecbnltt, which he had important criminal case. Judge Wood he had frequently seen Emmett going read to the director of both comIs regarded as a careful, deliberate through the mlllyards stamping tubea panies,- showing that 448 mile had man. and the prosecution and defense that the Inspector had never seen. been broken during February, of R. Burnett, who operated the hy- which 179 wore 90 pound rails, which in the present trials believe that he will leave no atone unturned to see draulic testing machine, said that bad been In use only five or six d Justice la about half the tubea were given no months. This was a little indication that equal, done. pressure at alL of what the railroads had .to contend murderEmmett, Burnett said, offered him with. As thef companies did not make Orchard, the er of Governor Steunenberg and. the money to paaa the tubea through the the rails they were not responsible, accuser iff Haywood, Moyer and Pettl- machine. be said, but It was one of the very bone, ie confined in the Idaho State seriOus conditions which railroad penitentiary, several miles out at thle GOT ONE RISE; WANTS ANOTHER had to face. Mr. Krutt-scbnl- tt companies city. He la kept under careful guard said that be bad discussed thia at all times. Omaha, May I. A committee, rep- matter with half a doawi operating Boipe. at the outset of the famous Officials of other lines aim finds their 5,000 packing houas Worktrials, la on the surface almost the resenting experience to be about tbe same aa least Interested community of any in men ln the South Omaha packing ours. the United States. Tbe case of the houses, called upon the managers of miners la never discussed on the the plants and naked for increased GERMAN'S "COLONIAL ERA." streets and the officer have been wages A strike la threatened U the Colonial newly-bor- n careful, without spectacular slept, to increase la not granted. Jhe packers Germany's prevent any sort of disturbance. Tho aaked time to discuss the matter with era" haa produced a crop of Colonial people have determlncj that the cases the Chicago heads of the companies. literature romantic and dramatic shail be tried ln the court not npoa The workingmen who are making the Recently the first Colonial novel, thd street corners. Tnere seems to . demands were granted an increase African Laurels." will appear. It Is be no question here but that a fair only last Monday. the same sort of exposure of the i r .. New York, May 9 Tho striking longshoremen gained a victory today when the Savannah line compromised with its 600 employes The strike leaden claimed today that 20,006 men were out In Manhattan, Brooklyn, Hoboken and Staten Island, Thoufch these figures are disputed, the steamship companies were, nevertheless, badly crippled. Throughout the day freight gathered In formidable plica along the piers, and comparatively little was gotten aboard vessels. The passengers came to the aid of the Oscar II or the, Scandinavian line, which sailed this afternoon and put aboard their own baggage. AU tbe scheduled steamers gut away today.' although with short cargoes and usually a trifle tale. The coastwise companies are suffering most from the strike. Many of ihene carry fruit, which, if not promptly unloaded, entails heavy loss. The lemon trade haa already been seriously affected. It la Impossible to auction off lemons until they have been taken out of the hold and there are now awaiting the auction ear 131,504 boxes. Only 10,000 boxes have been landed since the atari of the strike. There was an occasional clash today between strikers and new men, but no serious damage waa done . SAILED Queenstown, FOR AMERICA May 9. Among the passengers of the steampslilp Adriatic which sailed today for New York with nearly 3,000 persons aboard, la Robert W. Perks, M. P. Mr. Perks Is going to the United States to discuss with the Methodists there and in Canada the project for the establishment of a world wide Methodist brotherhood for the promotion of employment, emigration, savings banka and oM age pensions among tbe Methodists. DRAFTING TROOPS. P 1 even-hande- quets and Cakes Mob of Strikers Follow the Cars Reviling the Men. At the same time Idols. a play by presentation In Uorllta. it is a vigorous indictment of German colouiul New York, May I. At the meeting methods, anil deals vividly with the of the board of directors of the Union situation provoked the lierero Pacific Railroad company today the rebellion. that Lamdon Mail. chairman submitted a eiaiement whosr-in-g the estimated earnings over operRUSSIANS LEAVE DENMARK. ating expenses for the year ending DeJune SO, 1807, to be S!.W5,000. Will Go t London fer Purpose of ducting from this the imprest on the Holding a Congress. funded debt, fit, 054.000, sinking fund requirements 91,900.000, Interest on London, May 9. The 180 Rusiana loans $877,000, and other expenses, who left Denmark yesterday tor lan-do927,000 would leave a surplus of apfor the purpose of holding a conproximately 932,(00.000. In ad- gress, after having bien refused perThe statement continues: dition to the above Income the com- mission to do ao In Norway, Harden and Denmark, arrived here toulgbl. pany will receive Interest end diviOne of the loaders said the party dends other than from investment securities $12,323,000; . rental at eleain-shlp- a represented two hundred dUtricta in $244,000, which will bring tbe Ruiteia. and explained that- the proiter total Income of the company up to title of tbe body wae the social democratic labor party. We are revolu$28,224,000.' Mr. Harriman stated that It waa hla tionary party," thia leader said, "but belief that the actual returns would we are not terrorists. We shall meet be greater rather than lets than the to consider the conditions prevailing estimated figure, a they had been in Russia mud to devUe ways aud on vety conservative lines. After pay- means at improving and uplifting the ing the dividend on the preferred working people. We shell direct our stock $4,000,000, and the dividend on tactics accordingly." the common stuck, $20,000,000, there would be something over $12,000,000 over and above 11 requirements of every kind. The floating Indebted neaa of the Union Pacific waa Incurred for the following expenditures which have Const ruction not been capitalised: and acquisition of new tinea $29,172,-00payments on account of the San Pedro road $18,050,000; ateamehlps Manchuria and Magnolia $5,126,000; rolling stock $9,302,000; Unde and miscellaneous real estate $2,020,000; a total " Peters. Herr Richard Kueat, a former nial civil servant, haa had Its Lahore. India, May 9. The political unrest here Is assuming graver proportions The authorities are draft-Ising troops of all arms and have sued a proclamation prohibiting demon si rations of every kind. A sensation was caused today by tho arrest of a prominent lawyer in the Punjab. He wss immmeillately deported to another province. "PEDLAR" PALMER'S TRIAL. 9.' "Pedlar" Palmer, the English pugilist, was examined and committed for trial today, charged with murdering Robert Choate, April 24th, by beating him on a railroad ear white they were returning froA London, May tbe races PORTO RICO OFFICIALS. Washington. May 9. Official announcement of the appointment of William F. Willoughby of the District of Columbia, to be secretary, and Samuel D Gromer of Missouri, to be treasurer, respectively, of Porto Rico, waa mads today. Tbeir selection fur the places was made public some days ago. - Bou- - San Francisco Ladies Give the Car Aen 8an Francisco, May I. There is no peace In sight for Sau Francisco. Despite the vigorous and unremitting efforts of the peacemakers, comprising citizen coiunilL-trea- , appointed to bring employers and employes togeiher on, some middle ground, no conclusion or decision has been arrived at and no concessions have been lulliusied out of which might grow or settlement be the sidewalk on Devloadsro atreet 1 car liouae. After the run had barn completed one of the employes of thk United Railroads In a report to the company elated that in performing h! sacred service work during the afternoon he scraped an arqualntance with five carpenters at work on a scaffolding at lhe Miuthurret corner of Devlsadero nd Me Allester streets, and that at tlie time of the passing of the care each of these workmen waa armed ' with a pistol. The program for tomorrow la to run two car through a more dangerous section of the city than the western addition. In this event more serious trouble Is anticipated. President Calbounu stated today ho has the corroborative evidence of reputable citiu-m- s. claming to have been eye witno-aos.ththe first shots fired In Tues- ' day's tragic battle were not from the cars, but from the crowd. One of r tbe who mannsd the cars that day declared that the .first shota were tired by a bartender whe ran out of a place on Turk atreet, several block beyond (he car.barne, and that the fellow shot five ttmaa, emptying his revulver at th foremost f the (wo ears. The carmen says he knows where to find this man and can . Identify him Telegrams were received today by President Calbourn from Bouton, Ctt--. rago and several other eastern cities expressing entire agreement and ap- probation. Mr. Calhoun says the senders are stronger to him. The fins-tn-u telegram was from the Cltiseu's Industrial aaeoclstino. A man was' arrested tonight by the police on tbe charge of r earning concealed weapons Twelve of the operatives wlio were arrested Tuesday for ahoot. lug, made affladlvlta today that when taken to Jail they were severely bast-- , en by the police and deprived of food, water and beds fur 24 hours. mads. Tbe excutlve committee of the committee of fifty appuluted yesterday by Mayor Schiults held a secret meeting Hite afternoon and st Its conclusion refused to make any statement. It la, however, understood that a plan for siibuilttanuc to the whole committee wiu partially formulated and will be presented in the morning. Two of the at the Joint concUtatlon committee, comprising iu Its member ship such noted as Archbishop . Ktordan, Itlahop Nichols and Benjamin Ida Whsslnr .reported today that thure was a possible hope at reaching some N tth'iueiit la tbe lauudiy and telephone strikes Opposed Iu this Is th unqualified declaration uf l'resldeut Bcott of the Pacific States Telephone and Telegraph company that, his corporation will not, under any clrcum unices, recognise the local wnkm uf telephone operators; that tbe company Is willing and reedy to take back the striking girls as Individuals, but aot a union memlier. Tbs girls on thelr behalf annouucc that they will fight . per-ouag- . It be- tween Golden Cate and McAllister, la proof of hla statement he pointed hole In one of the vento a clean-cu- t tilator windows of his car. The atari waa mads from Oak aad liudcrirk reel a shortly - before 3 o'clock, after tbe police bad taken I woe s ton of a wagonload uf rocks that a union aympithlzor waa about to dump on the tracks la front of the striks-hhirasse- strike-breake- out The strike of the Iron workers sliows no change in any aspect. Least uf all, there Is no Indication of peace or of a cessation uf hostilities so tor os can be learned from authoritative sources, In the strlk uf the nnhm carmen. President Cornelius, of tho Carmen's union, says that he will welcome Intervention only npoa the proviso ibat the I'nlled Railroads recngntie the local union. By Intervention, Mr. Cornelius means media-lioUpon the IihsU uf tbe demaud by the men that, they be paid $3 fur an eight-hou- r day and tlmo and a half for overtime. President Calhoun, of tbe United Railroads, remains unshaken In hla declared aland that under no rimim-stancethe men having struck after full warning by him of wbat tho wnpild be. will he now or ever hereafter recognise tbe demand' oi the local union. A high official of the United Railroads said tonight: The United Railroads will not compromise. Events must take their . . noa-unlo- n n non-unio- n s, Csrnsllua Up for Contempt. Ban Francisco, May 9. Richard Cornelius, president, and James Bowling, secretary of the Btract Carmens union, were cited by Judge lisbbard today to appear before him at 10 a. m. on May 16th to show cause why they should not be punished tor cob- tempt of court In felling to restore George Dingwall, an expelled member, to hi former standing In the nniun. The affidavit upon which tbe order waa issued waa sworn to by A. U Well, attorney for Dingwall, who chargee that these two officer are guilty of contempt In falling to notify the members of the writ of mandate Issued by Judge Hubbard Dingwall wae expelled from the union In Documlmr, 1942. The charges against him were pluta to disrupt the organization. He carried the ease to the courts and waa granted a writ of mandate. con res" Ran Francisco, May 9. Roses and carnations. Instead iffbrlck4ata and cobliio sloiiph, featured today's run of two cars ' of the I'nitaJ Railroads, manned by; twenty strike breakers, from the car toms at Oak aud Broderick streets for a distancu of three or four miles through the business nd residence streets of tbe western addition. Ktlrred ta admiration by tbe courage of unarmed strike breakers In operating two chi in ' the thoryughfarea, women all along the route stood on doorsteps or leaned from windows and waved handkerchiefs, clapped their hands, cheered and threw kisses to tbs cars as the ran lowly by , On tbe return trip, on Sacramento street, near Presidio avenue, a young girl ran out from a florlkt s shop and tossed a handful of bright red, long stemmed carnations to (he platform of one of tho cars. IJfflng their caps and smiling, several of the men leaned far out and caught the porle. The cars halted then, while young women brought clusters of carnations and roses from the shop and offered them to the men. Boon every strike-breake-r had flower In his coat. The extia ones they tossed to AasMant President Chapman, Mullally, Superintendent Chief Burgeon Coffey; Assistant Purchasing Agent Flnlgan and other officials of the company, who were keeping pare In an automobile with tbe cars. From a bakety shop In the neighborhood n stout woman came burning breathlessly, her hands full of small cakes, hot from tbu oven. They were devoured In a twinkling by the uniformed recipients, and she ran back tt her shop and brought police-protecte- VOLCANOES Eruption of Mt Strom boli Causes Great Apprehension more. But the afternoons trip waa not all cakes .and flowers. A taunting. Jeering. howling crowd of more than a thousand strikers and strike sympafor blocks alomy thizer the sidewalks, reviling the earmen, yelling frenzied threat to "get them yet," crying, murderer," "cowards" Now and again aa unand scabs. seen arm wae drawn back tn tbe of the mob and a missile cams hurling through the air to crash against a car. At such times a mounted policeman would whirl hla hone about and daah onto the crowded sidewalk ln the direction from which the attack came: hut the guilty man or boy hidden in the recesses of the crowd, escaped detection Invariably. Once a brick, hurled from a sidewalk, cleared the top of a car and struck a union man in tne enest. Though no sh'ioting was witnessed by tbs police, the company officials or the newspaper men who sceompanlrd the can on their run. one of the declared after the return to the barn that a shot wa fired from Messina, Sicily, Map 9. The eruption Mount Biromboll wae more violent today, aad apprehension Is growing. The violence of the present disturbance la declared to be without preoe-dsneven the oldest Inhabitant a of tbe Llpart Islands not remembering such a threatening condition. Almost all the people of Strom boll .Island from have mode their escape. the , volcano have destroyed everything on the Island. The detonations are heard at all tha other Islands of the group with remarkable distinctness and produce an effect of terrific roar log. rears are held that the entire Island of Strum-bol- l may be engulfed. At the same time the activity of Mount Etna, on the eastern coast at Sicily ha Increased. The eolnmn of smoke rolling out of the crater nerves to reflect the fire within and the clouds can he seen from Catania and even from the straits of Messina The people living In the vicinity of Mount Etna are They are flocking to the churrhes to pray for lnterrelon and protection. of L dog-trotte- d es out-ski- rts , , panlc-strlcker- t. v.