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I r THIRTYNINTH YEAR NO 127 I I OGDEN CITY UTAH SATURDAY EVENING MAY 29 1909TWENTY PAGES I I PRICE FIVE CENTS j
tRACE STRIKE ON TilE EOR6IAI
k
RALROAD HAS BEEN
T ALLED OFF J
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Announcement Is Made by Commissioner of Labor Neill at the Con
clusion of the Conference With General Manager of Georgia
Railroad and the Vice President of the Brother
r hood of Locomotive Engineers
I
Atlanta May 29The state otllcials
ltoda instructed the sherI at Lttti
onla to summon a posse of sufficient
size to protect and insure tho move
ment of the Flailed freight cars from
Lithonla to Atlanta
This is the first interference by the
state in the strike and it applies only
I to the situation at Lithonia
Telegrams to that effect were sent
to ill parties interested and It was
announced that a statement would be
issued later Both sides made con
Cessions Train service was resum
el immediately
Previous to the announcement of a
settlement the indications were that
t the day would bring forth serious
I jtronblp and tho state decided to in
1 terfere in the strike
1 Later there was a renewal of last
eights rioting when a negro fireman
was badly beaten at Augtista But be
fore there were serious consequences
Ibe police interfered and settled the I
amtler by arresting two white men
In the morning the people of North
Georgia in the strike district had de I
plivered an ultimatum that negro fire i
men should not be allowed to oper
nte engines except on the mall trains
Tbis ultimatum came in tne rorm or I
strongly worded protests rrom neany I
every community along the railroad I
voicing indignation against the forc
ing of negro firemen onto the trains
under The cover of the United States
malls To what extent the people
were prepared to carry out thIn ultI
inalum puzzled tho authorities here
It was known that this Intolerant spir
it forced the resumption of the nego
l tiations toward arbitration
Many leading citizens also openly
ΒΌ declared that the moment the Georgia
SHfroadaUempted to move passengers or
f4JreightwlpV negro flremen lire and
L property might be destroyed and that
I certainly a chaotic and dangerous con
U dition would result
Atlanta May 291he main feature
S of the strike was simplified today It
was announced that General Manager
Scott of the railroad now had full
J power to say whether or not there
should be arbitration for every mile
of track covered by Georgia trains
Atlanla Ga May 2LAt tho con
clusion of the conference between
Commissioner of Labor Neill T K
Scott general manager of the Geor
gia railroad and E A Ball vice pres
ident of the Brotherhood of Loconio
live Firemen and ISnglncrncn at 2 p
Ill today Commissioner of Labor
Nclll announced that the strike had
teen called off
I Angry Mob Stops Train
Atlanta Gav May 281ho first via
lence to railroad properly in the Geor
i sla railroad firemens strike oc
I
currod tonighL A moving freight
train at Lithonla Ga was attacked
In consequence the race issirt loomed
up more sharply than before
A negro fireman was apparently
tho entire of the trouble and he was
rushed to Atlanta on an engine to
save him from a mob The train was
stoned and then boarded by a mob who
set the brakes and broke It into three
sections
The train in that condition blocked
the main line and the progress of the
mails
The railroad officers declare tonight
that the Incident was tho work of
strike sympathizers
The engine left for Lithonla to
ni Ing a trainload of perishable pro
visions into Atlanta Assurances had
been given that in tho Interest of 10
cnl shippers whose valuable cargoes
were tied up no demonstration would
ho made against hailing these cars to
Atlanta
When however tho engine reached I
Llthonia Its negro fireman was seen
About 200 people gathered at the sta
tion and just as the train was getting
under way a stone hit Engineer Down
Ing According to the railroads state
ment no attempt was made by local
nuthorities to interfere even when
the train was broken up Local offi
cers telephoned to the state authori
ties that the train was stalled but
that there had been no violence
Speedy state or federal intervention
is expected as the situation Js bcllcv
od to he fraught with danger It Is
admitted that either federal or stato
authorities can run the trains and
preserve order but if the railroad In
sists on its rights to hire negro fire
msn it Is feared that racial enmity
and reprisals on negroes will be stir
red up Chairman Knapp of the in
ter State Commerce cojnmlsslonwili
be here tomorrow The race Issue has
developed In what constitutes Its two
strongest holds on the Southern peo
ple The first was the unanimity
shown by an entire community in re
senting the using of negroes in a ca
pacity to which they objected The
other sentiment was the determina
tion of employers to stand loyally by
negroes who have rendered them a
long and faithful service
Tonight there was talk or holding
mass meetings at several pjaccs to
voice indignation at the action of the
railroad today in putting negroes on
what the public calls neutral trains
NURSE OF THEODORE
ROOSEVELT IS DEAD
New York May 21iIrs Dora Wat
kins who was Theodore Roosevelts
nurse from tho time he was born un
til he was sent away to school died
here today at the age of 68 years
Mrs Watkins always claimed to be i
the original Roosevelt woman she
having known that he would become I
president from her earliest associa
tion with him When he was two
rears old Mrs Watkins said he was I
so bright that she was certain he
would become president I
iIoy WOMAN WAS
SAVED fROM
SUltlDE
r S
SHE SUFFERED FROM TERRIBLE
PAINS IN THE HEAD I
Physicians Open Skull and Sever the
Nerve Connecting Gcnlculatc Gan
gler With the Brain
New York May 21The wife of a
doctor of Bridgeport Conn was sav
ed from suicide by a most intricate
surgical operation according to a dem
onstration made here yesterday at the
convention of the American Neurolog
ical association Tho woman whose
identity was not revealed appeared
before the association and Dr L
Pierce Clark the diagnosing neurolog
ist and Dr AS Taylor tho sur
geon who performed the operation I
explained how she had been driven toI
seek suicide by frightful pains in her
head which medicines would not re
lieve The doctors then demonstrated
the very rare operatlnglor dpenlng
tho skull back of the ear and sever
ing of the nerve connecting the gen
iculate ganger with the brain The
deviation of a sixteenth of an Inch
by tho surgeons instruments would
have meant death
Tho operation relieved the pains and
the woman was so well pleased that
she willingly appeared before the as
sociation She now has no thought of
suicide
PROMINENT CHICAGO MASON
DROPS DEAD IN LODGE ROOM
Chicago May 29Robert E Law
one of the best known Masons in the
state and one of the dfllcials of the
organization in Chicago dropped dead
last night during the initiatory cere
monies of Washington chapter No la
Royal Arch Masons which wore be
ing hold In the lodge rooms In the
Masonic temple
Mr Law who was a past high priest
I of the chapter had started to leave
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I AUTOMOBilE RACES
l 5 NEXT MONDAY
AT 3 P M SHARP
I P Admission 25c including andstafld j
Paraderlf automobiles begins at Grand Opera House at 2 p m All automobile owners with
families vited to join the street parade and carnival parade on race track No speed allow
ed in either parade S
i LIST OF RACES AND PRIZES fWffi tg mJ1j
J Twomile motorcycle first prize 10 second prie gold medal S
2 Fivemile automobile cars costing under 1000 first prize 15 second prize 10
f 3rlcl1 miles cars costing 1000 to 2000 first prize 25 second prize cup
4 Onehalf mile slow race for gasoline cars no price limit prize gold medal
5irive miles cars costing 2000 and up first prize 25 second prize cup
6IJadicH all comers first prize i cup second prize gold medal
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i 7 Onemile exhibition all comers
4 < SSpccial matoli between Judge Howe and William Glasmann five miles Gold
medal describing victory
H g Tenmile match for 25 a side between J C Jensen and J W Duflin Jh 2t1
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EXCITING THRILLING RACES
EVERYBODY COME
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TICKETS 25c RAND STAND FREE CHILDRENUNDER 12 YEARS 106
I ALL UNDER MANAGEMENT OGDEN AUTOMOBILE CLUB Pd H
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the lodge room in company with sev
eral friends when he threw up his
hands and foil to the floor
Mr Law formerly was connected
with tho wholesale leather business
Ho was 50 years old and had been
I retired several years Ho was past J
master of the Thomas J Turner lodge
i A F A AI past high priest of the
Washington chapter and a prominent
member of he Shrine lie also was a
thirtybucond degree Mason
TWO SOLDIERS KILLED IN
FIGHT WITH MORO BANDITS
Manila May STo private sol
diers were killed and a sergeant was
mortally wounded during a flght with
Moro bandits on tho Remain river
May 22 according to advices received
here today The Moros surprised an
Outpost of the Eighteenth infantry en
camped near Keith and poured a
volley into the soldiers before the lat
ter could defend themselves The
two privates were killed Instantly by I
tho first shots fired I
Two columns of infantry are in pur
suit of tho bandits
The detachment that was attacked
had been engaged in the protection ot
friendly natives Inducing them to
cultivate the land and had Introduced
tho double sentry system aI a precau
I tionary measure as attacks were ex
pected momentarily from tho roving
bands of marauders that infested the
countiy II
CHAUFFEUR GETS A I
MAXIMUM PENALTY
New York May 28Wm E Dar
I
ragh tho chauffeur who ran down and
killed Ingvaard Trimble tho 11year I
old son of a prominent Kentucky law i
yer here March 27 was found guilty
of manslaughter in the first degree to
night The maximum penalty Is twen I
ty years Imprisonment
The killing of tho Trimble boy by I
Darragh attracted wldesprceart atten I
tion because after his machine had
II
crushed the boy he put on extra speed
and fled I
He lost his derby hat during the
flight and this was the means of his
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Identification
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THIS LITTLE BOY
TRICKS THE
POLICE
MILWAUKEE LAD TELLS POLICE
MAN HIS HOME i IS IN CHICAGO t
Says He Has Been Carried Away on
SteamerOfficer Sends Him
to Windy City
Chicago May 29All little boys
who want to run away from home in
good style and without cost saould
enlist the aid of tjio policethat Is If
the police happen to be like the ones
they have in Milwaukee That Is tiio t
advice of Henry Kenffsky an eight
yearold boy of Milwaukee
He wanted to come to Chicago so
instead of sneaking away wont bold
ly to a Milwaukee policeman and told
him that his homo was In Chicago and
that he had been carried awn to the
northern city He had been playing
aboard a steamer at a Chicago dock
and was far out in the lake before he
know the ship was under way
That sounded like a good story to
tho Milwaukee policeman so he plac
ed little Henry aboard a Chicago
Northwestern train and told the con
ductor to care for hIm and turn him
over to the Chicago police Henry
found tho Chicago police not at all
like those In Milwaukee They did
not believe that ho lived in Chicago
and he was held at the Central station
until It was learned that ho ran away
from his homo in Milwaukee
I
R G DUNS WEEKLY
REVIEW OF TRADE
Now York May 2SR G Dun
Gos weekly review of trade tomor
row will say
Progress slow but constant is again
the record of the week The growth
of business confidence is indeed more
vjsjble but the revival in iron and
steel is of such remarkable dimen
I sions as to justify the utmost hope
ful outlook for the entire industrial
I
and mercantile situation 7ih soon as
tho tariff agitation Is out of the way
I In the primary drygoods market a
better undertone is manifest West
I ern jobbers report betting business
for fall merchandise from salesmen
on the road There Is an entire ab
I sence of export demand at existing
I quotations Prints are not moving as
II actively as had been hoped for In
I woolen goods duplicate orders are
coming in slowly because of the rad
ical advance
All domestic hide markets are dull
but the entire situation Is firm with
no further tendency toward an ad
i vance Prices have been well sus
tained on both sides for sole and up
I per leather
PROMPT WORK SAVED THE
i ALBANY FROM FLAMES
I Washington May 28 Through tho
prompt work of Louis Nolan chief
masteratarms R A Dill chief car
penter mate William McConnell
plumber and fitter and Archibald A
Irwin gunners mate the United
States cruiser Albany was saved from
probable destruction by fire at Co
rinto Nicaragua April 22 according
to a report from Captain Wllllati S
Benson received here today
Nolan discovered the fire In tho
paint locker It was found that the
flames wore abaft tho hatch and could
not bo reached with water direct from
above It A as then that the four men
went into the locker personal peril
and directed streams of water on tho
fire They remained until driven out
by the rising water
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j I
r1 Ot3ring a I
rMEETING
OF YALE
I CLUBS I
II President Taft and Other
> Big Men Are in
I t Attendance
1
Pittsburg May 29 President Taft
and party reached this city at 818 I
a m today Tho President loft the
train at the east Liberty street sta
tion of tho Pennsylvania Railroad up
town Secretary of State Knox May I
or Magee United States Senator Ol
iver Congressman Burke wellknown
Yale neo from middle western cities
and men prominent in business circles
of the city were at tho station to
greet he President As quickly as
possible the chief executive was es
corted to an automobile and driven
rapidly to the Home of Thomas K
IA ughlin Jr a brotherInlaw who
resides In Woodlawn Road Hardly
an hour intervened from the time
President Taft arrived unlll ho start
I cd to carry out a program that bade
fair lo fatigue him before nightfall
1 The program was varied and every
I minute was occupied with engage
menls An address at the Rodeph
Shalom Temple a reception and a
hief ajtldress at the dedication of a
drinking fountain erected by the
Daughters of 1812 in Arsenal Park a
paradeof five miles to the FortPitt
I hotoIln the downtown section of
the city and the taking part in the
business session of a convention were
the majn events of the evening
The resldel1t will remain hero un
til late tomorrow evening when ho
departs for the battlefield at Gettys
burg Pa whero on Monday he dedi
cates a monument in honor of the reg
I ular army President Taft came hero
to take part in tho fifth annual con
vention of the Western Associated
Yale Clubs which began at the Fort
Pitt Hptcl yesterday Excepting tile
two brief addresses the President
dropped official cares and entered
fully Into a spirit of college goodfel
lowship
y
ACTRESS IS FOUND
S DEAD IN HER ROOMS
New York May 2SEmma H Cur
I ran an actress who lived with her
brother James Curran In apartments
in West Twentysecond street was
found dead In her rooms today under
circumstances which led the police to
suspect she had been murdered
Miss Curran is said to have ap
peared in plays with Chauncey 01
cott and James ONeill
WRECK Of SLOOP
Of W AR CONDOR
lOCA TED
VESSEL WENT DOWN WITH 140 I
MEN IN DECEMBER 1907
Hull of Submerged Ship Is Visible Off
the West Coast of Van
5 couver Island
VIctorIa B C May 21The wreck
of the Illfated Condor the Brititfa
sloop of war lost in December 190
has it is believed been located off
Long Beach fourteen guiles south of
Clayoquot on the west coast of Van
couver island
A heavy opar evidently attached to
other wreckage over which a Heavy
surf wus breaking was observed for I
several days and on Its breaking away I
and floating ashore it was recognized I
as a navy spar stamped with the ad
miralty mark and patched with copper
In navy stylo I
Near here previously a jlbbooin
stamped with the namoCondory and I
several rocket cases marked similarly
camo ashore Tho obstruction which I
look like the hull of a submerged j
vessel is visible from the shore nt j
i low tide about a mile and a half from j
I land The Condor loft Equimalt for Hono
lulu December 3 1901 with 110 men
Since tho time of her departure noth I
I ing had been heard of her but some
little wreckage has floated ashore
MAY BE A FRESH ISSUE
OF MORMON COINS
Salt Lake City May 28 Speaking
of the possibility of a fresh Issue of
the historic gold coins struck by the
Mormons soon after the settlement of
Utah Dr James JD Talmage who re
turned yesterday from tho east said I
j The matter has been brought to
the attention the treasury officials
and the officers of the mint and I wn
j assured by Dr Comparotttf superin
tendent of tho mint at Philadelphia
that a restrlko issuo of the coins
would be in no sense illegal or im
proper Certainly collectors and nu
I mismatic soclotles would 10 gratified
by Such an issue But I can give no
jTssuranco that un > thing will be done
I in the matter
i Dr Talmage IB director of the Des
erct museum which possesses the dies
from which the original money came
J
CAPTAIN RESCUES THREE
j i MEN FROM DROWNING
I New York May 28 Without wait
ing to remove his clothing Captain
r
preej I Loik fo1
vhoso i 0j
hiM r f
Tame Gocbel of thee yacht Ondowa
anchored in Gruvcend bay dived over
board yesterday and rescued three men
who unable to swim wore owning
their boat having overturned
Captalrt Goebel was supporting ono
of the m < jn who was unconscious
when a man came to his assistance
with a row boat and hauled the help
less man aboard Ihe two men then
went after tho other men who were
still truggling and after considerable
difficulty rescued thorn
FOUR MEN HOLDUP
AND ROB A BANK
Merrill Wis May 28 Thin after
noon four highwaymen entered the
GermanAmerican Slate bank and
while three covered Cashier R C
Kallsladt with their rifles the fourth
entered the vault and took all the
money In sightabout 1000 ann
put it Into a satchel
Two of the men were caught after
a running fight in which one was
wounded The others wqrc scou to
swim across the Wisconsin rivet
The prisoners arc aged seventeen
and twenty Thoy had automatic
Mauser rifles The money was recov
ered They had thrown tho sat hel
containing the money into a brush
pile
j pileBffi DEAL I
I
WHEAT i
I ENDEDI
I Patten Shows Satisfaction
by Giving Each Clerk
a Check
Chicago May 20Tue greatest successful
I
cessful wheat deal In Chicagos spec
I ulatlvc annals came to an unostenta
I tious end today All day until the
I session ended at noon there was but
ono quotation for May whcai131
I James A Patten high priest of the
bull campaign was not on the trad
ing floor
At the opening a representative of
Bartlett Patten Co offered to buy
or sell May wheat at 131 This
established the quotation at which
price Mr Patten disposed of half a
H1uiUllonJbushQls tOitlie fagCDq or the
short interest those whV had hoped
I against hope fOI a turn to the end
All the shorts had got under cover
I
j previously and tho figures stood
I there throughout the session It testi
fied to the complete success with
which Patten had conducted his cam
I paign It was not a manipulative
campaign and owed its success to the
I employment of unlimited dollars Con
ditions were as Patton had forecast
ed and the 2nal pricb did not reflect
I a squeeze but rather the legiti
mate price of actual wheat at this
season t S
Despite the Immobility of Mr Pat
I tens countenance his Satisfaction be
I came apparent an hour after the close
when a small army of clerks of the
house each wearing a broad surpris
ed smile on his face filed Into the
cashiers ofllco to cash checks for ten
per cent of their annual salary a
present from Mr Patton r
I
HEAVY FALL
OF RAIN is
RECORDED
PRECIPITATION SINCE THE FIRST
OF YEAR UNPRECEDENTED I
Local Weather Observer Reports a
Third More Moisture This Year
Than Last Year
Weather Observer Van dqr Graat
states that j2JjfLof an Inch of inoifst
ure fell during the hard rain ot Fri
day afternoon according to govern
mont measurement During the pros
ont month nearly four Inches of moist
ure nave fallen and since January 1
more than ten inches of rainfall has
been recorded which is unprecedent
ed in tile records of tho local weather
observer x
The rainfall for Uxe corresponding
period last vear was G 12 inches and
that was considered heavy at that
time
LITTLE GIRL WANDERS
AWAY FROM HER HOME
I
The little daughter of Mrs Spores
wandered away from home at 2G1I5
Jefferson this morning and bad not
been found at a late hour this after
noon The mother Is distracted A
search is being made for tho child
Any one having information which
may lead to the recovery of tae little
I one should telephone this office or the
I
police station
HARRIMAN TO TAKE OVER
KEY ROUTE SYSTEM
Oakland May 25 U is reflahly re
I ported hero tl itt the Southern Pacific
railroad is negotiating for the purchase
I of the Key Route system of railways
and the Bay ferry The only hitch at
this time is said to bo tho fact that
I the Harriman people do not want to
take over the thousands of acres ol
land which tlm owners of the Key
Route system control In the vicinity
2fo4Z
ate
CARMEN
ARE ON
S1RIKE S
I
I
Street Car Company of
Philadelphia Is
Handicaooed
m iI
Philadelphia May 29 Greatly to I
the surprise of the public this city is
today in the tangle of a street car
strike The order of tho executive
committee of the Carmens union to
strike was issued at an early hour
this morning and went into effect at
lam when the day service began
At 9 n m cars were running on all
but two of the HneS7 but It was ap
parent the company was having diffi
culty in maintaining the regularity of
tho service
Paradoxical as it may seem the
strike was hastened through the ac
tion of the company in raising the
wages of the men one cent an hour
from 21 to 22 conts This was done
about two weeks ago and the Increase
is to go into effect July L Prior to the
announcement of the increase in
wages the Philadelphia Rapid Tran
sit company became the stormcenter
of general protest by abolishing six
foraquarter tickets and adopting a
straight fivecent fare rate This mat
ter came before the state railroad com
mission at Harrjsburg
j The leaders of the union took ad
I vantage of the situation and began
I agitating an increase In wages and
I better conditions Their demands In
il cluded twentyfive cents an hour nine
or ten hours straight work Instead of
splitting up the day privilege of buy
II Ing uniforms In the open market and
the adjustment of minor grievances
I The company having already increas
I ed wages Ignored the unions demand
I The traction company employs ap
proximately G600 motormon and con
ductors and claims that not more
than onesixth of these are affiliated
with the organization On the other
hand tho union leaders say the union
has a membership of 3500
FORTUNE IN SAVING
FLOUR GOLD IN WEST
Salt Lake City May 2SThe man
lvesttl BQ 11 e5 tionoCca1ngJloUI
gold will have a fortune greater than
Rockefellers and Morgans and Harrl
I mans combined said II C Norman
I of Denver yesterday As every placer
miner knows In many cases such as
In the Snake river Idaho there Is
plenty of gold but it is so fine that
1
today we can not save a cent of it I
Gold by the action of the sand and
water Is ground finer than most people
appreciate
I have seen gold so fine that It took
a minute by the watch for it to settle
through one foot of air In a glass jnr I
It will mix with water like wheat flour I
and take hours to settle I once had I
a small bottle of water and this gold
mixed It looked like brown mud at
the bottom of the water When I
shook It up and dipped a pen in the
water and gold mixed I could write
a name on a card The writing looked
as if done with pale brown ink but
when it dried which it did in a few
minutes I used to draw my knife blade
over it and the apparently weak brown
scrawl turned to burnished gold
Most people even old placer min
ers fancy that gold will always sink
in water IA current of one mile an
hour will take away many a dollar
per square yard of flour gold If It is
fine enough say as line us this I am
speaking of Of course mercury will
catch It If one can bring the gold in
contact with the plate containing the
mercury but to do thet is almost im
possible At least it BO far has
proved to bo a commercial failure To
get the gold out of a cubic yard of
water in which gold was suspended
one would have to let the water flow
slowly over tho mercury In a layer
so thin that it would not flow at all
In Cherry creek which flows
through the city of Denver right by
the city hall is enough gold to pay the
national debt but we can not get It
out Tills IB where the fine gold 1
speak of camo from We caught by
special means that would not pay
commercially The gold probably
would cost at least 100 an ounce liio
way we took it out and as every ono
knows gold is worth only onefifth of
that sum We used a method by which
I we forced air up and back against the
I water carrying the gold and very
lightly al that The water was itself
I hardly moving By getting a mixture
lot water and air we had a medium
f lighter than waler alone hence the
heavier particles of this float gold
slowly sank into the feather riffles
ready for It Tins is only an outline
of the method It would take too long
to tell all about it and I am not
sure that I want to
Seat water contains about 3 cents
in gold to the cubic yard Once get
a method of extracting Ppld from sea
I water fca2 cents a yard and gold
will ho as eheap as iron because the
supply Is unlimited But so far this is
only a scientific dream Yet tho
chances of getting this flour and fiQat
gold out of the sands aro good
Float and flour gold are by no
means the same thing although many
people speak of them us the same
Float gold can be so thin Unit Uptakes
150 colots In a pan to make 1 cent
in value
Flour and float gold may in time
he saved by some process other than
washing Heretofore all efforts have
boon based on the principle that
gold is heavier than sand hence will
sink in a current that will carry off
I the sand But one must remember one
vital principal In nature that comes
I into play Just as soon as we get be
low a certain size and that is that
gold may be to small thaton tho sur
i face a particle of it opposes to tho
J
water In proportion to Its weight is fat
greater than tho relative proportion
of the surface and the weight of the
sandThe S
The smaller you make anything
tile more its surface increases in pro
portion to Its mass There Is a para
dox at the end of this line of investi
gation because followed out logically
when ono bad reduced tho mass ol
a particle of gold to zero the sikfaco
would be InfinIte
Now water is a very sticky sub
stance To gold particles so small as
those floating In the Snake river for
instance this far from the original
deposit water Is as sticky as mo
lasses In January or even as pitch is
to marbles A marble will sink to
tho bottom of pitch in time but It
may take it five years to do so Yet
the pitch Is EO hard that ono can not
make a dent In It with the naked
finger This Is how the gold acts in
water If fine enough
All the schemes to catch this gold
by means of mercury have so far
amounted to nothing because the loss
of mercury being floured and carried
away by the sand more than cquals
the gain in gold What Is the use 01
losing a dollars worth or mercurv to
catch half a dollars worth of gold
Yes sir when you solve the flour
gold problem you will wear diamonds
for buttons and never stoop to pick
one up when it falls off But that
day has not yet come It will aomo
day because the best place to pros
pect Is In the test tube The labora
tory Is the best field to hunt for gold
today It beats any Klondike over
found
SHARP IS
FOUND
I I t1UILTY r
I
Is Sentenced to Twenty
five Years in the
Penitentiary
S
Kansas City May 2D Theory la
the case of James Sharp or Adam
God charged with the murder or
Policeman Michael Mullane inajre
llglous riot here December 8 last this
morning returned a verdict dC guilty
of murder In the second degree and
Sn rp ag5cntencFJlOto twenlfi
years In the penItchlSary f t
When the verdict was reati Sharp
heard it without show of emotion
Thats all right said he Its tho
will of God
The case against Sharps wIrc MOt
lissa will come up within a week ocf
ten days
CLOSING QUOTATIONS OF J
WORLDS MARKETSk
Chicago Close
Chicago Iay21Vbeat1IaY 1 >
34 July 117 14 Sopt 102 34j i
Dec 106 5S
Pork May 1000 July 1892 12h
Sept 1905 j
Lard May 10 9712 July 10i
92 12 Sept 1102 12 Oct 11Oo
Ribs May 1027 12 July 1027j
12a1030 Sept 1032 12 t
RyeCash 8Sa90 Sept S2 g v
Barley Cash 71 12a76 J
j
Chicago Livestock
Chicago May 29 Cattle Receipts
estimated at 300 market steady
beeves 520a725 Texas steers 175 r
aG30 western steers 475a635
stockers and feeders 360a5GO cows j
and heifers 2COaG50 calves 626 r I
a750
HogsReceipts estimated 17iOOO
Market weak to 5c lower light G75 1
I nT 20 mixed 695a740 heavy 700 L
i740 rough S700a746 good to
choice heavy 75a740 pigs 550
aG75 hulk of sales 715a730
S Sheep Receipts estimated at2500 j
market steady native lOOaGGOiwest j
ern S47na670yearlings 625a7HO I
lambs native 625aSOO western
650a975 f
1
Kansrs City Livestock
Kansas City May 29 CattleRe
ccipts 100 market steady native
steers 3525a700 native cows and
hoifors 200nG75 stockers and feedp
crs 100n585 bulls 350a525
calves 400ai50 western steers 5
40a > 75 western cows S7Cu525
Hoss Receipts 3000 market weak
to 5 cents lower bulk of sales CS5
a780 heavy 715a735 packers and
butchers 700a730 light G65a7
05 pigs 550aG75
Sheep Receipts 700 market steady
Muttons 5wOOaG50 lambs 650a
925 wethers and yearlings 47ia
750 ewes 425a620 Texas and Ar
h5oua muttons l60a625
I
Wool
SI Louis May 29 Woolsteadr
territory and wostern mediums 29aJO
line mediums 22n27 fine 16a23
Metal Market
Now York May 29 Lead quiet
I35a445 copper quiet 13 38al3 12
silver 68
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BOY IS FATALLY INJURED
WHEN ATTEMPTING SUICIDE
I FVemont Neb May 2SFrank
Kent a Fremont youth is dying at
the hospital hero and Deputy Sheriff
I W P Condi Is lying in the > samo hos
pital with his left log gone as there
suit of a desperate struggle in wnich
the rtoputv tried tc prevent Kent from
throwing himself under the wheels oC
n Coving train Kent had been ad
I judged insane and was being taken to
J the state hospital Lincotr
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