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SAN FRANCISCO. .Tunc 15- Wil
liam Harrison (Jack) Dcmpsey,
world's heavyweight champion, was
found not guilty on a selective draft
evasion Indictment by a Jury In the
United States district court hero to
day. The Jury was out ton minutes and
' took one ballot.
Judge M T. Doollng's instructions
to the 'Jury occupied twenty minutes.
In them he outlined the three counts
In the indictment against the cham
pion which were:
Direct evasion of the selective draft.
False statements in Dcmpscy's
questionnaire as to his dependents,
j False statements to the district draft
! board hero.
The court room was thronged with
spectators and many could not obtain
Following the verdict Demsoy, his
parents and his attorneys were storm
ed by friends wishing to offer con
gratulations. After the verdict had been returnea
the jurprs congrutulated Dempsey and
Dcmpsey thanked the prosecution for
its fairness and the judge for hl3
conduct of the case. 1
Dcmpsey said later:
"I am mighty glad it is over. I am
glad not only for acquittal but also
for the fact that thd trial gave me
an absolutely clean sheet."
A Joint indictment charging con-m-
Following the verdict Dcmpsey, his
manager. Jack Kearns.
They were ordered to plead to this
j indictment tomorrow. TJielr counsel
said they would ask that this Indict
ment be dismissed.
Mrs. Prlscllla Dempsey. mother of
j the champion, who sat by his side
throughout the trial, squeezed his
big hand in both of hers when the
verdict was returned. .Later she saia
she " never had any fear of the out
come. I knew my boy was innocent
from the first." rt
LA JUNTA, Colo., June 15. At least
two persons Wero killed when the Cali
fornia limited train, eastbound, on the
Snnta Fe railroad was wrecked al
Reno, Colo., Ill miles south of here. At
Santa Fo hospital here it was, an
nounced that forty injured had been
given treatment. Most of those hurt,
it was said, would recover.
The train .was being pulled by- lw6
engines. The accident, according to
official information, was caused by. the
breaking on the ongine. of a side rod
which dug In the track, overturning
the engine, dining ear and three Pull
A. O. Swanson. Chicago, combina
tion barber and baggageman.
Dr. W. F. .Harper, Mount Vernon,
N. Y. 1
THE INJURED INCLUDED:
H. J. Green, San Diego, 'Cal,', arm
and head bruises.
! Mrs. Eliza II. Douglas, Los Angeles,
Miss Bertha M. Myers, Alhambra.
Frank J. Bride, negro cook, Chicago,
W. I Anderson, negro waiter, Chl
' cago, bruiHOd.
Adolph Schokller, chief cook, Chica
go, bruised and scalded.
Otto Palmer, negro waifor, Chicago,
Mrs. A. C. Stublcs. St. Louis, bruised.
J. W. Reeves, negro waller, Chicago,
bruisod loft side. -
D. R. Mitchell, negro waifer, Chica
go, right side . bruised.
David S. Penh, negro waiter, Chi
Frank V. Frecdland, Angola, N. Y..
j li-ft leg hurt.
Tweaty Animals in !
Pound Dwrkg April
Twenty animals were impounded by
the city during April and two wero
sold for costs when the owners failed
,to appear, according to a report sub
mitted to the city commission today
1 by T. M. Naisbilt. Jr.. city poundkeep
er. Fifteen horses were found stray
ing the streets and taken Into cus
tody together with four cows and one
lamb. Fourteen of. the horses were
returned to the ovners, but one still
llectee on Industrial
ProMeess at Chautauqua
j E. D. Fish of Seattle Is. in Ogden to
(lecture tonight to the Chautauqua nu
I dienco in the big lent at Lester park.
I Mr. Fish will have for his subject
i "Americanism In Industry." He treats
the capital-labor controversy in nn un
usual style and his lecture causes
much comment from both the employe
antl the employer. Mr. Fish takes the
place on the program which was set
inside for a Republican-Democratic de
bate. The dobate hns been cancelled.
WiO PREPARE GREFD1W Wffl
AID NATURE AND THE PHYSICIAN
She should remain healthy by hav
ing avoided the discomforts which,
usually accompany such an occasion
where nature is unaided. The nervw,
muscles and tendons arc thoroughly
lubricated. After the crisis she should
epecdily regain her natural condition.
Mother' Friend is used externally.
; Ac all Druggiiti,
I RpecUl Booklet on Motherhood and Djby free-,
I braJficldRecuIatorCo. Dpt. F-10, Adam. O.
STREET CAR AND
AUTO J CRASH
An automobile driven by J. B. Ml
ton, salesman for the "SVilfong-Glan-mann
Automobile company, crashed
Into a street car shortly after 1 o'clock
this afternoon In front of the Ogden
theatre on Twenty-fifth street. Mr.
Melton, the only occupant of tho .au
tomobile, escaped without Injury. The
front wheel and fender of his car
Melton declared following tho crash
that he coasted onto tho eastbound, car
track after his car had slipped out of
gear and he brought it to a stop di
rectly In front of tho approaching
street car. He said he expected that
the motorman, seeing his plight would
stop his car which was climbing' the
hill. Tho motorman, however, appar
ently believed that tho automobile
would move out of the way and kept
his speed, according to Melton
The crash followed and the automo
bile was knocked uphill across the
westbound track for a distance of
twenty feet. In splto of the tremen
dous force of impact tho windshield
did not broak and Melton climbed
from hs car uninjured. The automo
bile belongs to the "VVIlfong-Glasmann
Sixty employes oX the Utah Rapid
Transit lines, motorman and conduc
tors, have been granted a 20 per cent
increase in wages according to railway
officials, the increase to take effect
during the latter part of the week.
With the new Increase the mini
mum salary will bo 40c an hour, while
the maximum will be BC cents an hour,
it is said? The Increase in salary for
the -lines was discussed at a meeting
of the directors of tho company and
Manager "W. A, "Whitney is holding
a conference with representatives of
the lnterurban lines today relative to
Increase in wages for the employes of
KOPLIS IN JAIL
AGAIN; ONCE MORE
Dan Koplis. an employe of the
Union Pacific railroad Icehouse,
lias Wen enough of pence officers
during the past two days to last
him the rest of his life. He has
been arrested three times by po
lice and members of the sheriffs '
department for an alleged attack
upon M. 11. Thomas, railroad
switchman, and has furnished bail
twice for tho same charge. The
fault, however, does not rest upon
ha peace officers, but upon the
complaining-witness and circum
Following the alleged aatTiuit
upon Thomas, which took place
last Friday, Thomas swore to a
complaint and a warrant was is
sued, for the arrest of Koplis.
Uefore the warrant was served
Koplis appeared at the sheriff's
office and was released upon
bonds of $25. lie was ""later ar
rested by the police who believ
ed that the arrest had not been
made but was again released
when brought to the police sta
tion. Yesterday morning Koplis'
name, was called in the roMcc
court .but ho was not present. City
Judge ,D. It. Roberts ordered his
bail forfeited and a bench war
' rant was Issued. Koplis was tak
en Into custody again and upon
tho placing of another sum this
tltne ?G00 ho was again allowed
j Doctors to Lecture'
n Health Subjects
Dr. Samuel II. Allen of the Univer
sity of Utah health department, will
deliver a lecture this evening at South
Weber, the talk to be given under the
auspices of the Weber county farm
Dr. Heber J. Sears will deliver a
health talk at Pleasant View tomorrow
night and during his lecture, will cm
ploy a number of illustrated slides
which v.Mll bo projected on a screen.
Dr. Allen and Dr. Sars will deliver
a number of lectures at farm bureaus
throughout Weber county during the
coming season, it is stated.
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More Cheap S'jgar
id Go m Market1
Tho Amalgamated Sugar company
will wholesale -1800 bags of sugar to
the jobbing trade of Utah ami Idaho
today, according to officials of the
company. Tho sugar will wholesale
at $13.73 per bag.
How long it will bo before it
reachos the retailers could not be de
termined but it is expected that the
I sugar will bo placed on the market im-
ARGENTINA PAYS DEBTS
BY RELEASING GOLD HERE
BUENOS AIRES.' Juno 1-1. Addi
tional sums of gold released today
from the deposits of the Argentina em
bassy In AYashlngton bring the total
amount released In this movement to
$10. GOO. 000, equivalent to tho exporta
tion of that sum In gold from Ar
gentina. Tho offfclal figures place the bal
anco in tho account of the embassy
CUT THIS OUT IT IS WORTH
Cut out this slip, enclose with 5c and
mail It to Foley & Co., 2835 Sheffield
AVe., Chicago, 111., writing your namo
and addresn clearly. You will receive
in return a trial package containing
Foley's Honey and Tar, for yCOUEbi',
colds and croup; Foley Kidney Pills
for pain in sides and back; rncumn'
tlsm, backache, kidney and bladder
ailments; nnd Foley Cathartic Tablets,
a wholesome and thoroughly clcansln.c
cathartic, for constipation, biliousness,
beadache, and sluggir.h bowels. Sold
i Young Buster will never get in very bad llj
when he musses up a McMurtry FLATCOTE B j I IHpP'
wall. It's too. easy to clean easier -than i piljll1'Vcrt'
I , spankin' Buster. v v P
Y4 "The .popularity of FLATCOTE is due above i Miy-
1 1 all to two things it makes a beautiful wall ?.
! I and it can be kept beautiful. When it be- VST
I p comes soiled why all you have to do is just t v3 fl
i wash it. Good housekeepers cean the wood- 6 sNVj'
Jl work in their homes well, I say, why not
i clean the walls, too. But, you say, ordinary
I walls cannot be cleaned. Listen FLAT-
8 GOTE walls can be cleaned with mild soap sj
I and water whenever they need it.
Sold, by All Leading Dealers
Flatcotc comes in 24 Shades and Whits which, means
f any tint on earth. ifP'Slp?3
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PEORIA. 111.. June II. Raymond
Harris, aged nine, is in tears and his
torical tonight, unable to tll a ein
nectud story of the events leading to
the shooting of his playmate, Auuiu
Parker, aged. 13. here today.
Mrs. Grace Rasietter, a neighbor,
told the police she saw the two boys
playing about the yard and saw them
enter the Parker house. Several min
utes later sho heard a shot, and on
running to the house she found the
body of Ajiule on the living Loom
floor, with a - bullet wound in the
back of the head. Ruymond had dis
appeared. Mr. M. Maddock. the dead
boy's mother, works downtown.
Raymond told the police when ho
was found that he run upstairs and
jumped from a window. After telling
several conflicting stories, Raymond
declared to the police that the ahooi
i Ing wus accidental. He is being held
pending the Inquest.
VESSEL SUNK IN WAR
WAS NOT BY ACCIDENT
NEW YORK. June 15. Supreme
Court Justice Mc.Vvoy has decided
I against tho executors of Alfred
Gwynne Yandorbilt, drowned in the
sinking of the Lualtania, in 1315, by
a German torpedo,- In their suit to
recover 150,000 on accident Insur
The executors contenden he wjis
"accidentally drowned," but the Justice
stated that as the vessel was sunk by
instructions of the German imperial
government, Mr. Vandcrbllt's death
"must in a broad sense bo conceded
to be the rosult of war."
I0KLAH0MA BANDIT SHOT
AFTER BATTLE IN CABIN
MUSKOGEE, Okla., June 15. Coic
Shoemake, whoso record had made
him known to officers throughout the
southwest, was shot and instantly
killed Sunday near Klnta. Okla.. after
he had surrendered to a posse which
had besclged him and a companion for
an hour and a half in a log cabin.
Norrls Coopor, city marshal at Kinta,
who assisted ln-ihc capture, is In Jail
at Stiglcr, Okla., charged with murder
in connection With tho killing of Shoe
URBANA. Ilk, Juno 15. Tho-University
oC Illinois was notified that it
had, been designated as "distinguish
ed" by tho war department, tho high
est rating given to schools. The in
spection was made by army officers
on May 2S.
WW. Browning & Co.
W. J. Browning, Manager
Service Quality Satisfaction
! Twivity-Third Stroet and
j Washington Avenue
JAPAN SENDS ANOTHER
; MESSAGE TO SHANTUNG
j TOKJO, June 13. (By the Associat
ed Press.) Japan has sent another
, Shan tun? noto" to China. Taking up
China'? contention that she is uimbltf
, to enter negotiations for the return
of Shantung because she has not
signed the peace treaty, the note, it is
.understood, points out that China
prior to her agreement with Japan
! promised to accept any arrangement
'Japan later made with Germany.
By. the pence treaty Japan inherits
i the German rights in Shantung, there
; fore the note says, althoupPi China hais
; not signed the treaty, the only way
to accomplish restoration for which
! Japan is anxious is though- diregpnt
jgotiations between the Japanese and
Chinese governments. The note ox
presses willingness to enter discussions
at any time China is ready.
TWO MEN SUSPECTED
OF ROBBING CARUSO
EAST HAMPTON. 2s". Y.. June A.
i Two men are suspected of tho robbery)
of Jewels valu?d at $000,000 from thej
I country home of Enrico Caruso, op-i
Jera singer, here last Tuesday, District)
(Attorney Young announced tonight.
jUe duclined to give the names of the
(suspects, but announced ho would con
duel "John Doe" Inquiry into tho
J theft Friday or Saturday.
Frank Ferraro. tb Caruso butler,
:and George Fitzgerald, tho chauffeur,
iwere questioned for nine hours by do
'tectlves today, but they held to their
I original stories. Fitzgerald has en
Private detectives who have beon
digging up all available hiding places.
I on tho 100-acre estate, announced to-j
night they had found no clue. . Ffve,
additional detectives have boon assign-1
ed to help them. I
CHOOSE RIR0N COLLEGE ,
MAN AS MONTANA COACH
BOZEMAX, Mont., June 15 -liar-1
old G. Olsen of Rlpon college, RIpon
Wis., has been chosen coach at Mon-i
tana state college, to succeed G S.
Powell, who goes to JLeland Stanford
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PACIFIC FLYWEIGHT NOT I
EQUAL TO FRANK MASON"
KOKOMO, Ind., June 15. Frankio
Mason of Fort Wayne, flyweight
champion of the United States, out
i pointed Gcorgle Adams, tho Pacific
coast champion, in ten rounds here
last night, according to sport writers.
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TA1EOR.S RETURN" TO AVORK.
SAN FRANCISCO. June 15. Union
tailors were reported by certain shop
lexecutivon to have returned to work
here today after romalnlng out on
strike since September 1 The men
are returning under an "open shop"
I arrangement. Decision to, return was
J reached last Friday, it was said.
.RACES AT ASCOT
. FASHION SHOW
ASCOT HEATH, England, June
15. Tho royal procession in semi- H
" state was revived today at tho sec- jB
ond Ascot races since the end of IH
tiie war, which were attended by IH
a notable gathering of society H
people. The display of fashion- H
able gowns was unusually brll- IH
j ; King George and Queen' Mary, H
! who are entertaining a large part H
at Windsor castle during the H
week, drove upon the grounds in H
s an open landau drawn "by four H
horses with postilions and outrid- H
crs. They were attended by other H
members of the royal family and H
the royal houscliokUwho followed H
in &cven carriages. jH
The Ascot stake was. won bv H
Fred Hardy's Happy Man with J. H
P. J. Walen's Front Line second H
and W. Singer's Chattor third. A
i sensational feature was the fact H
j that the owner of Happy Man had jH
I been Involved In a legal dispute H
J and settled In court this morning IH
j Just in time to allow the horse to lf
SMALL ILLINOIS BANK I
LOOTED BY FIVE MEN
MURPIIYSBORO, Ills., June 15
Five men held up the state hank of
Vail or, 25 miles northeast of here,
.Monday nftc;rnon and escaped with j
$9,500. after locking S. L. Long, cash- '
lor, in the vault. The men made the!:"
getaway in an automobile and droc
eastward. Franklin county officials
pursued them to Duqoin where the ,H
trail was lost. Kl
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Q weaken hair growth: guaran- H
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Removes hair perfectly clean,, j jH
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