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THE STANDARD OGBEN UTAH WEDNESD AY MARCH 17 1909
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UNION LABEL
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STANDARD TELEPHONES
EDITORIAL ROOMS
Ind Phono two rings No 55
Bcfl Phone two rIngs No 56
BUSINESS OFFICE
Ind Phone one ringNo 60
Bell Phong one ringNo 56
RANDOM
RfEffE NCS
Directing Improvements Superin
tendent Daley of the Rio Grande sys
tor Is In the field directing Improve
ments all along the Utah division of
that road and trainmen report a larger
force of men at present at work
doubletracking the road between
Blngham Junction and BIngham the
second track being extended to all
mines and smelters In tho camp Four
steam shovels weie put to work on
tho job Monday morning and the
heavier work Is being pushed by the
tUih Construction company of this
tho loublo
city In addition to new
track Improvements four work trains
are now engaged along the Utah divis
ion of the Gould road putting the road
bed In 6 ° ° l1 condition and making rad
ical improvements nil along the line
between Ogden and Grand Junction
STORAGE at reasoNttOio rates in
rood brick building II you need any
rcom consult John Scowcroft Sons
Company
Company B Elects OfficersA meet
Jnp of Company 13 of Ogden of the
Utah National Guard was held at the
Armor building last night for tho
purpose of electing oflicers fOI the
ensuing year The result of the elec
tion was In fie selection of the fol
lowing named officers Lieutenant J
D Snowden was elected to the rank
of first lieutenant Quartermaster Sor
genm Gordon IL Lawrence was elected
to tho rank of second lieutenant These
two young men are held in high es
teem by the members of tho company
Company B is making rapid strides to
capture and hold the title for the
best drilled equipped nnd ofllcered
company in the state It has a lino
complement of young men among Its
members and the company withal is
worthy of success
The best anthracite eoai at John
FlrrB Phono 27
Granted Leave of Absence At tho
Itali University facility meeting
Monday evening tho dramatic
club was given leave of ab
sence for March 25 2G and 27 On
those three dates respectively they
will play Ogden Brigham City and
Logan
CIGARMAKERS ball tonight Con
gress hall Everybody invited
New Engines ComingTh South
ern Pacific is expecting delivery of the
two Mallett compound engines orler
ed some time ago These arc capablo
of doing the work of four of the larg
est engines that the Southern Pacific
has In service and will be employed
In hauling freight over the Sierra Ne
vada They cost 35000 apiece and
weigh 390000 pounds on the drivers
While the largest engines In service
weight 187000 pounds Tho cylinders
of the now engines are 2G Inches and
O inches In diameter and 30 inch
stroke Tho driving wheels of which
there are 16 are 57 Inches in diameter
the tenders have a capacity of 9000
gallons of water and 2850 gallons of
fuel oil The use of these engines ne
cessitates the construction of turn ta
bles In the district where operated con
siderably larger than are the turn
111y
EYE GLASS WEARERS
should know that glasses al
most right may strain the eyes
and cause trouble Glasses
I should bo exactly right in
every particular This is the
kind we always supply
If your eyes need help consult
Ja T RUSI7IEt
LoneGrinding and Refracting
Optician 1
2464 Wash AVe
Do Yo Like
Good Bre31d Ii
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Iffcyon Want ood Bread use
Rirdak
High Paten
Flour
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In Favor Of
Purity
Better Bread i
They all come Better from Health
PEERYS CRESCENT FLOUR
Whlch Is scientifically milled by mod
ern machinery and sold by loading
4 erocors
J Donl
Procrastinate Good Broad
f household T Ila Important a part III Qerr
DECIDE TODAY In favor of tho
t7pcery8 Crescent Flour
t
r tables now in use Tho present larg
est turntables at Rosevlllo and
Sparks are SO feet long but the Mai
lott engines will require a turntable ap
proximately 05 feet long While the
extreme wheel baso of the engine and
tender Is S3 feet 6 inches the addi
tional length of turntable Is required
to properly balance them in turning
Advertisers must nave tncir copy for
the Evening Standard tho evening be
fore the day on which the advertise
iient is to appear In order to Insure
publication x
Lured by Real Estate Sharks
Home seekers with money have been
lured by real estate sharks to home
steads on Southern Pacific Railway
land In Oregon These men are oper
ating from Tacoma Seattle and Bel
lingham Floods of literature have
been sent to Uio east In this Interost
COAL Rock Spring castle Onto
and Clear Creek Gillette Coal Co
15H West S7th St Phones 107L
Dr John Powers Improving Tho
many friends of Dr John Powers will
bo pleased to learn that he is recov
ering nicely from tho effects of the
recent operation which ho underwent
at the Ogden General hospital and last
I evening was reported as able to sit up
for a short while yesterday being
dressed for the first time Councilman
Powers who has been absent from
his office during the illness of his son
may hereafter found in his accus
tomed place by his old friends and
patrons
Hock Springs Kernweror Castle
Gte Anthracite and Coko M L
Jones Coal Co
Funeral for Jooeph G Wahlbcrg
The funeral for Joseph G Wnhlbcrg
vlll be hold at the Third ward meet
lug House tomorrow afternoon at 2
oclock The remains may bo viewed
at tho residence 28G Twentythird
sticct this evening and from 10 a m
until 1 p m tomorrow The Intor
mont will bo held in the Ogden City
cemetery
Millinery display Latest and upto
date styles in pattern and suit hats
March 17th and ISth LaMode Milli
nery 339 24th St
EZMoney KellyMoney to loan on
Any good real estate Gco J Kelly
Made a Strong Speech W L Park
general superintendent of the Union
Pacific in an address last night be
fore the Western Railway club in Chi
cago said accidents and Injuries to
passengers and employes is a blot
which must be wiped out It is a
act that not a few railroad accidents
are whitewashed to the extent that
ho officials even deceive themselves
Unless politicians take the reins and
govern the roads the railroad men
must analyze the present conditions
In accordance with the growing senti
ment that accidents are of too fre
quent occurrence nnd unless prevent
ed to a greater degree than now exists
the strong arm of the government
must intervene
GRASS CREEK LUVIP COAL 54CO
it yard Caotio Gate Clear Creek
lock Springs always on hand Con
sumers Coal Co A A Shaw Mcr
Ihonos 418
Kodak Finishing Trlpp Studio 340 25th
Trouble Ends In Murder Roy Will
lams shot and killed Joseph Palllsor
fifteen miles from Glenns FelT yesterday I
erday Williams ii as surrendered Ho
says tho trouble arose over a water
hole on the range Palliser was the I
foreman for Kitty Wilkins the Idaho
horse queen Williams is a camp
tender for a sheep outfit It is sup
posed the real cause of tho tragedy is
ittributal to tho longstanding rango
fight between sheop and horse men
Threats of lynching wore heard but
t is not Relieved they will be carried
out
To Wheelwright Bros for lumber
Waved a Big Gun DangerouslyA
colored gentleman giving his name as
C H Meddlcy became somewhat ob
streperous yesterday afternoon when
he flourished a big shooting iron In
the Ogdon rooming house His gun
play caused some disturbance among
ho guests and rather upset the pro
rletor of the house The upshot of
the affair was that police officers were
called Into requisition and Mr Medd
icy was taken to tho station where
10 was booked disturbing the peaco I
Mcddloy did not shoot anybody but I
I
the flourish of his gun caused every
man within shooting distance to feel
tnat his life was in danger The col
ored man had no particular person in
view whom he desired to shoot but
he just had that highlonsomo spirit
within him that caused him to draw
the gun and make much loud talk
Horses clipped Boll 1627K
Farmers mechanics railroaders la
borers rely on Dr Thomas Eclcctric
Oil Takes the sting out of cuts burns
or bruises at once Pain cannot stay
where it is used
SALT LAKE AND
STATE NEWS
SHARP SUCCEEDS
WHERE POLICE FAIL
Sheriff Finds Stolen Property After
Chief Sheets Had Released Suspect
Salt Lake March 1GAfter the po
lice had failed to make a case t
hor and she was released Pearl Kirks
otherwise known as Clara Curtis was
arrested last night and placed in the
county jail following a successful ef
fort to fasten certain thefts on tho
girl Her arrest also led to the cap
ture of Albert Gray who has a wife
and child living In Idaho whom ho
deserted It Is alleged In a complaint
issued by County Attorney Job P Ly
on ho was charged witfi a stautory
offense
Mrs Lucy Williams of 112 North
Second West street reported to the
police several days ago that Miss
Kirks who had been employed at her
home had stolen a gold watch anl
chain valued at 61 and 21 In money
Chief of Detectives Shoots arrested
tho girl but finally released hor Then
Mrs Williams took the matter up with
Sheriff Joseph C Sharp Ho detailed
Deputies Carlson and Smith on tho
case With a search warrant lucv
went to 310 Went North Temple street
whore the girl was living When they
searched tho place they found the
watch and the money It was while
making the Investigation that Gray
was found and his relations with the
girl who Is under ago became known
Gray was taken into custody at the
I same time
HARRY L KEMP WINS
IN THE DISTRICT COURT
I
Jury Renders Verdict Against Utah
I Association of Credit Men
Fop 71282
Salt Lake March 17Harry L
Kemp won In the Third district court
Tuesday In his suit against tho Utah
Association of Credit Men and William
R Clark to recover damages for the
illegal seizure by the Credit Mens As
sociation of the Clark drug store at
Eleventh East and Twelfth South
streets and tho conversion of the
stock and fixtures By a jury In Judge
Ritchies division Kemp was given a
verdict for 71283 upon special find
Ings
Kemp set out In a verdict that on
June 1 1908 he leased the drug store
from Clark for six months Clark to
got 60 per cent of the net proceeds
payable monthly On the same date
they entered Into a supplemental
agreement whereby Kemp was to get
75 a month salary as manager to be
charged to the regular running ex
pense account
The stock when Kemp took charge
was worth 3400 Kemp set ouL He
had added approximately 976 to the
stock and sold approximately that
much stock when the credit mon and
Clark on September 23 190S con
spired together to defraud him out
of his rights and interests and seiz
ing the store converted the goods to
their own use Kemp alleged
Kemp originally asked for damages
In the Hum of 231455 but this was
subsequently reduced to the amount
of the judgment obtained Tuesday
Tho jury found that Kemp at the time
of tho seizure of the store had earn
ed unpaid salary amounting to 171
and was entitled to earned but un
paid commissions to the amount or
191 S3 It further found that he was
entitled to 175 for salary ho would
have earned from the date of the seiz
ure until the expiration of the lease
had ho not been molested and esti
mated that ho would have received fu
ture commissions tto the amount ot
175 and entered a verdict according
ly for 71283
TRAVELING MAN FALLS
DEAD IN A HALLWAY
Death Comes Quickly to J H Barkloy
at No3 Dubel Avenue
Salt Lake March 17Almost upon
the stroke of midnight Tuesday J H
Barkley traveling representative of
tho Western Packing company fell
dead in tho hallway of his apartments
at No3 Dubel avenue
Mr Barkloy was at home all day
Tuesday and was apparently In tho
best of health He took supper at
030 in the evening and after talking
with friends for some time went to
his room Later ho left his room and
started for the bathroom but before
reaching the batlroom he fell in tho
hallway and expired within a few sec
onds
Friends of Mr Barkloy heard him
fall and hastened to his rescue Thoy
found him lying upon the floor and
Drs Steele and Snyder were hurried
ly summoned but upon their arrival
they announced that tho unfortunate
man was dead
Mr understood to have a
wife in Denver and she will be noti
fied this morning of his death The
body was taken to the undertaking
parlors of ODonnoll Co
Mr Barkley was about 35 years ot
age
MAY HAVE BEEN
A SUICIDE PACT
Harry Enrich Repents Too Late and
Drug Does Its Work
Salt LakeMarch 17Although quick
repentance followed the rash act ot
swallowing 20 grains of morphine with i
intent to end his life and the ambul
ance from St Marks hospital made a
recordbreaking race with death from
the Wilson hotel at noon yesterday
followed by all that medical skill could
do to avert the grim monitor Harry
Enrich aged 28 years secretary in
tho law offices of Mark P Braffet died
at the hospital yesterday afternoon at
I 3 oclock from the effect < y the poison
That the young man was following
out a compact with a woman who
ended her life by taking morphine at
the Aztec rooming house a few
months ago or that he was despondent
over her death are the theories ad
vanced for the act During the early
winter Mrs May Lewis ended hor lIfo
I
with morphine after writing a letter
in which she alluded to young Enrich
as her friend It is said that since
that tlmo Enrich has been morose
PHENOL VICTIM DIES ON KNEES
William D Echoff Quaffs Poison and I
Dies Almost Instantly
Salt Lake March 17 William D
Echoff a stationary engineer aged
about 30 years who had neon living
at tho Wilson hotel since March 11
drank an ounce of carboc aclrt ana
fell dying upon his knees Careful
preparation had been made for the
DIDNT REALIZE
How Injurious Coffee Really Is
Many persons go on drinking coffee
year after year without realizing that
it Is tho cause of many obscure but
persistent ailments
The drug caffeine In coffee and
tea is very like uric acid and is often
the cause of rheumatic attacks which
when coffee IB used uubltually be
come chronic
A Washington lady said recently
I am sixtyfive and have had a good
deal of experience with coffee I con
sider It very Injurious and the cause
of many diseases I am sure it causes I
decay of teeth in children
When I < drank coffee I bad sick
spells and still did not realize l that
coffee could be so harmfnl till about
a year ago I had rheumatism in my
arms and lingers got so nervous 1
could not sleep and was all run down
At last after finding that medicines
did mo no good I decided to quit cof
fee entirely and try Postum After
using It six months I fully recovered I
my health boond all expectations
can sleep sound and my rheumatism
is all gone Theres a Reason I
Name given by Postum Co Battle I
Creek Mich Rend the famous little
book The Road to Wellvlllc in
pkgs
Ever read the above letter A new
one appears from time to time They
arc genuine true and full of human
Interest
deed The empty add bottle had been
r droppod behind the dresser and tho
glass fiom which the acid had been
quaffed was thrown umer the bed
while Echoff had undreasoa ant start
ed to lie down iipoi the lea He was
prevented from doing so however by
the terrible effect of thepoison which
caused him to fall in convulsions The
body was discovered by the night clerk
at 8 oclock last night and Acting
Coroner Stanley A Hanks was sum
moned
HAS MANY RELATIVES
IN THE CIVIL SERVICE
Denver March l7When Henry
Hamilton Ward of this city yesterday
sent his application to tho civil ser
vice commission for entrance to the
examination for pontoon builder In the
United States army he gave the tot
lowing list of relatives in tho gov
ernment service Rear Admiral Uriel
Sebree cousin
United States District Ward of Col
orado father
Special Assistant Attorney General
Elbert Ward of Colorado uncle
First Lieutenant Ralph Talbot en
gineer corps U S A uncle
First Lieutenant Ralph Talbot Ward
Jr U S A cavalry cousin
Orlando Q Ward cadet West Point
cousin
j
Lawrence Daly Talbot midshipman
Annapolis cousin
Captain Hamilton Hawkins Fourth
United States cavalry cousin
Past Midshipman John F Shafroth
U S N cousin
Young Ward Is also a grandson of
Lieutenant Thomns Ward U S A
and a cousin of the late Lieutenant
Commander Jesse M Roper U S N
THREE WAR VESSELS TO BE
KEPT ON WESTERN COAST
Washington March 17 Because of
tho unsettled conditions In Central
America the administration Intends
to keep three war vessels In the wat
ers on the western coast for a time
at least These will include two arm
ored cruisers of Admiral Swinburnes
fleet and the gunboat Yorktown
The two cruisers Maryland now at
Acajutla and the Washington now
about to proceed for Amapala will re
main in Central American waters until
relieved by two sister ships after the
latter have completed their target
practice at Magdalena bay whither tho
fleet is gradually proceeding
If Bit is necessary to maintain the
warships in Central America any
length of time all the vessels finish
ing tholr target practice will return
to the south if necessary The pres
ence of these vessels In the disturbed
district it is believed wills have a
beneficial effect and be a means for
affording prompt communication to
this government of any warlike dem
onstrations
TANSPORT LOGAN IS
PULLED OFF THE REEF
Honolulu March i7The United
States transport Logan which ran
aground while she was being backed
Into her berth in this harbor last Sat
urday was pulled from tho reef at
midnight Two tugs assisted by a
lighthouse tender and the British
cruiser Cambrian have tried unsuc
cessfully for several days to dislodge
the Logan and It was not until her
cargo was unloaded yesterday that
they began the pii which finally re
sulted in the release of tho big troop
ship
The Logan is bound for Manila with
the heaviest passenger list carried In
recent years by a transport The re
moval of the vessel was accomplish
ed at high tide
NEW MARATHON RUNNER
TO ARRIVE FROM FRANCE
New York March 17A new seek
er after fame over the Marathon
course will arrive in Now York tomor
row from France He is Henri Saint
Yves who hopes to arrange a raco
with Longboat or Dorando or per
haps Shrubb He also Intends to en
ter trio proposed Marathon derby for
10000 which will be held at the polo
grounds in April Saint Yves wljl be
in charge of Al Copeland the Prince
ton trainer Copelaiid says the
Frenchman has gone over the Olympic
Marathon course in two hours 31 min
utes 23 seconds which Is 20 minutes
faster than the time made by Hayes
when tho latter W9n the event after
Dorando had collapsed
MOORS ATTACK LIEUT
FURLONGS DETACHMENT
Manila March 17A belated dis
patch from Lake Lanno says that a
band of hostile Moors attacked Lieu
tenant Furlongs detachment of con
stabulary at Bordong on the eighth
of March and after sharp fight eight
Moors and two members of tho con
stJibulary wero left dead on tho field
while two soldiers and one civilian
were wounded
A company of the Twentyfifth In
fantry and a detachment ol scouts
havo gone to the aid of Furlongs force
The day after the fight a constabulary
soldier deserted after stealing five
rifles belonging to members of the de
tachment
I
SUCCESSFUL EXPERIMENTS
WITH ROCKY MOUNTAIN FEVER
Chicago March 17 President Jud
son of tile University of Chicago an
nounces the HUCOOSS of experiments
with Rocky Mountain fover carried on
in the far western states by Dr H T
Rlckcll of the dopartment of pathol
ogy >
ogyWithin the last few weeks ho
says Dr RIckell has succeeded in
solving tho microbe of that perplexing
disease and he hopes to attain furth
er results in tho line of preventative
medicine which may be of great ben
efit to the Rocky Mountain states
CHARGED VITH EMBEZZLING
2953 FROM HIS EMPLOYER
San Francisco March 17 Charles
L Nowcomb Jr Pacific coast man
ager for the Pratt Iron Works of Day
ton Ohio a warrant for whose arrest
on the charge of having embezzled 2
953 from his employers was issued
Monda was placed In custody yester
day He was taken to the city prison
but was released on ball Ho bad
been In the service of the Pratt Iron
Works three years
ALLEGED MUNICIPAL
GRAFT CRIPPLE CREEK
Cripple Creek Cole March 17
Following his failure to secure an al
dermanic nomination from the Demo
cratic city council Alderman W A
1
Poffenbcrgor last night made an ex
posure of alleged municipal graft Ho
said that five councilmen had divided
3 200 between them He says they
were bribed by a public utility cor
poration
The accused aldermen deny the al
legations
JEWS DISCRIMINATED
AGAINST IN FINLAND
Helslngfors Finland March 17
The senate today passed a measure
prohibiting the slaughter of cattle In
accordance with the Jewish ritual
The question of sacrificial or kosh
er meats has played an important
part in the Jewish pioblom of Fin
land The Jews have declared the
recent course of the senate In seek
ing to suspend ritualistic slaughtering
to be an evidence of antiJewish sen
timent However the senate the hu
mane society and others declare tho
restriction is based purely on sani
tary and humane grounds and docs not
cover any design to drive the Tcws
from the country
ANTHRACITE OPERATORS
MAY SHUT DOWN APRIL 1
New York March 17 Rumors aro
taking definite form that the anthra
cite operators will shut down their
collieries on April 1 unless the minors
agree with them before that tlmo An
officer of a big wholesale coal firm
who speaks with authority summed up
the situation thus
I know positively there will be a
lockout if there is not a strike on
April 1 unless there Is a settlement
There is so much coal on the ground
that the operators aro not going to
allow the union to take its own time
to strike a blow but will strike first
PLEADS NOT GUILTY TO
CHARGES OF FORGERY
Princeton Ind March 17 Henry
M Agar who was supposed to have
been drowned in the Wabash river
bore two years ago but who was
found in San Banito Texas last De
comber yesterday pleaded not guilty
to four charges of forgery Agar faces
fifteen Indictments charging forgeries
reaching 70000
In January 1907 ho disappeared
and it was said he was drowned Me
morial services wore held for him
When found by the Texas rangers in
San Bonito he was established as a
banker
RURAL LETTER CARRIERS MAY
GET EXTRA COMPENSATION
Washington March 17Rural let
ter carriers will como in for some ex
tra compensation during ho sixty
first congress if the two bi 03 recently
Introduce by Representative Bates
Pannd Humphieys Miss aro
enacted Mr Bates bill provides an
additional allowance of 150 per an
num for subsistence Mr Humphreys
would allow 250 per annum additional
for each rural carrier for the pur
chase and maintenance of necessary
horses wagon and equipment
INTEREST IN AERONAUTICS
RENEWED IN WASHINGTON
Washington March 17Interest in
aeronautics is being renewed In Wash
ington Tho approach of spring brings
with It expectations of aeroplane
flights at Fort Meyer by the two men
under contract with the government to
furnish flying machines While the
army signal corps has not heard di
rectly from cither Wilbur Wright or
A N Herring It Is confidently be
Moved that neither will let his con
tract lapse
COMPOSER OF TA RA RA
BOOM DE AY IS DEAD
Denver March 17Paul Stanley
comedian and composer of the song
Ta Ra Ra Boom De Ay is dead hero
after a lingering illness Stanley
whose real name is Sonnenberg has
lived here with his wife since the San
Francisco earthquake He was reduc
ed to straightened circumstances and
his health was much impaired by tho
shock He was 61 years old
RAILWAY MEN ARE
LEAVING PASADENA
Pasadena OL March 16Vitl1 the
scattering of nearly all of the railway
men who have paid their respects to
E H Harriman since his arrival here
Sunday last weight has been given to
Mr Harrimans denial of tho report
that there was to be an important con
ference between him and his lieuten
ants here and ono of tho results would
be several changes in the hoads of de
partments of the Harriman systotm
Julius Kruttschnitt director of main
tenance and operation of the system
loft tonight for Chicago anl the gener
al counsel of the Southern Pacific Is
already back In his San Francisco of
fice J T Harahan president of the Illi
nois Central says that the story that
he is to be sent to New York to be
president of tho Now York Central
road Is without foundation and that
he just happened to bo in Southern
California with his wife on a tour of
Inspection combined with pleasure at
the same time that Mr Harriman
happenedto arrive here with his fam
ily and friends for the benefit of his
health
General Manager OBrien of Port
land head of the Harriman Interests
in the Northwest left for Colorado this
morning
EpCH Randolph Harrimans Arteona
representative has departed for Phoe
nix So Mr Harriman has no one to
confer with it would seem
If anything of groat importance was
accomplished at the meetings between
the various department heads of the
system and Mr Harriman yesterday
Mr Harriman keeps results secret for
he contented himself today Iwth tolling
the newspaper men how he was en
joying the sunshine of Southern Cali
fornia and what a great country tho
Southwest was Ho refused to talk of
railroad changes
Tho belief is general here that If
any of the important changes hinted
at heretofore are to be made tho an
nouncement of them will come after
Mr Harrimans return to New York
The exact date of his leaving Southern
California has not yet been fixed
WIILL CURE ANY DISEASE
without medicine or drugs and toach
you to stay cured Results arc often
instantaaebus
MLLE NEVARRO
Cottage Rooming House
Lincoln Avenue
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SCHOOL CHILDREN
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5 C YEARS TO 16 YEARS J
Send in your name and address before
March 15th and enter the Tiny Tads
post card contest Well send you the
I March number with instructions
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I PRIZES WORTH WHILE WILL BE GIVEN l
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Address Care Advertising Manager
l3he TOGGERY
SETTLEMENT
Of VOT
DEBATE n
Depends on Senator Stetson
= = Method of Election of
US Senators
Saramento Cut March 16Upon
the physical condition ot Senator John
W Stetson of Oakland who Is 111 at
his home depends the settlement ot
one of the most hotly debated ques
tion of the present session of the leg
islature tho method of election ot
United States senators
I
Following a long debate today upon
tho assembly amendment to the t
WrightrStanton bill providing for the
election of senators by advisory vote I
by legislative districts instead of by I
advisory vote of the stato at large
tho motion to amend was lost 20 to 10
Twentyone votes are required to con
cur In an amendment to a bill
Senator Stetson it is claimed would
have voted against had ho been pres
ent and Lieutenant Governor Porter
would have had the deciding vote
Following the defeat of the amend
ment tho senate cancelled Senator
Stetsons leave of absence Senator
Stetson was notified by telegraph to
come to Sacramento Sen
ator Wolfe then gave notice that he
would move tomorrow to reconsider
tho vote by which the amendment wan
lostThe
The fear is expressed by many Re
publicans that if the amendment does
not prevail United States Senator
Frank P Flint will not bo reelected
and almost to a man the delegates
from Los Angeles Mr Flints homo
has been actively working for tho
district vote proposition I
INSTRUCTIONS LONGEST
EVER GIVEN IN STATE
Nashville March 1GA set of In
structions of 30000 words probably
the longest ever given to a Jury in
Tennessee will be read by Judge Hart
tomorrow in the CooperSharpe trial
for tho murder of former United
States Senator E W Carmack At
torneys on both sides swamped the
court with requests for Instructions
A fairly large crowd was on hand
in court today in expectation of hear
ing the courts charge to the jury In
the CooperSharpo inurdor trial Judgo
Hart however announced that he
would not be prepared to begin his
charge until 2 p m if then
1 will excuse you all until 2 p m
he said to the audience Those of
you who havo other business to attend
to may go until that hour but come
back and then Ill tell you when to
return again Anyway the crowd Is
too small for me to deliver the charge
I want at least as large an audience
as the other follows had
When 2 p m arrived Judge Hart
announced that his charge to tho Jury
was still incomplete and ordered oourt
adjourned until tomorrow morning
And I will not make any promises
that it will bo ready then declared
the court
MUST PAY FOR CALLING
JMAN A LIAR
Atlanta March 16To call a man
a liar in Georgia is a breach of tho
peace and means a fight declared tho
state court of appeals in a decision
today
todaTho lower court whichrefused dam
ages to W M Rumsey who sued W
A Bullard for MO for calling him a
liar IB reversed the opinion by Judgo
Powell concluding
Being to the manor born the judge
of this court takes judicial cognizance
of the fact that in Georgia to call a
man a liar even without threatening
him with a weapon most generally
means a fight There may be excep
tions to this rule but they are exotics
and find little nourishment on Georgia
soil and under Southern skieR
SWAPPED TART REMARKS
ABOUT EACH OTHER
Washington March 16 Speaker
Cannon and Champ Clark tho minor
ity leader of the house swapped tart
remarks about each other at the White
House today The speaker called upon
the president early in the morning i
and when ho was leaving the cxecu i
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BROOM RESTAURANT
REMOVED TO VIENNA
OAFE
322 25th St
Meals same price as Broom Res
taurant Special Dinner 25c
Lunch from 11 to 4 p m
Dinner from 4 to 8 p m
LEE FOON TOM Managers
the offices made this answer to a
question as to the fight In the house
yesterday
Tho amendments to tho rules have
greatly Improved them All this stun
about the speaker being a czar is the
purest fcommyroU There has never
been a time when the majority could
not control the house What they
wanted to do was to make a commit
tee of fifteen czars dominated by
Champ Clark and LoFollotte That
also is tommy rot LaFollette Is a
fakoWhen
When Representative Champ Clam
called on President Taft later In tho
morning and was told what the speak
er had saiJ ho answered briefly
Uncle Joe has paresis
Mr Clark would not comment fur
ther except to say that the amend
meats to the rules adopted ycsterdaj
amounted to very little
I
Commemorate Noted Women
In a celebration at Cambridge Eng
in tho Interest of woman suffrage
there were a number of beautiful ani
suggestive banners One boro the
word Radium and the naxno of lime
Curio On another was a delicate
Madonna lily on a mauve ground and
the name of St Catherine of Sienna
Othor banners commemorated St To
resa Kathorine Barlass George Eliot
Charlotte Bronto Elizabeth Pry Edith
Pechy Phlpson pioneer hi the medi
cal profession Mary Wolleroncroft
Florence Nightingale Josephine But
ler Elizabeth Barrett Browning Mary
Somervllle Suean B Anthony Lydia
Becker and many others There was
also the flag of tho worsen graduates
of Cambridge
Steel In Place of Leather
Steel bauds or belts as a substitute
for ordinary leather or rope drives
have been introduced by a factory of
Charlottcnburjj Germany Such belts
may be reduced to about onesixth ot
the size required for leather belts
they do not stretch pulleys may bo
narrower and In some cases shafts
may be smaller Either ordinary pul
leys or pulleys with a special cover
ing to Increase friction may be used
A belt four inches wide and one Jth
of an inch thick transmitted 200 to
250 horsepower at a bolt speed of
5400 feet per minute and tests havo
shown that steel belts ay run 12
000 feet per minute
Europe and Heaven
One difference between Europe and
heaven Is that people who make their
money in America caat go to heaven
to spend it
INCUBATORS
AND
BROODERS
Come In and allow me to demon
strate the good qualities the Mand
Leo incubators and brood B to you
I can convince you that they arc th <
best for tho price
SEEDS
Wo havo tho largest most oxaplctT
nnd because we sell more than an
other house we also havo the fresb
cut and Bloat reliable seeds to be had
CHAS F GROUT
252 Twentyfourth Strtt

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