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126 OGDEN CITY UTAH FRIDAY EVENING MAY 28 1909 j I PRICE FIVE CENTS I i
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South Omaha Police Capture Three Desperate Men and Are Searching
for a Man Who EscapedSuspected Men Are Elaborately Equipped
for Work Discovery of Revolvers Under Bank of River
by School Boy Proves Their Undoing
Omaha Nob May 28 Although it
as not possible to identify Gordon
irtcnsen and Woods the three men
rested by the South Omaha pollee
1St night as those who hold up the
erlind Limited train on tho Union
nellie railroad near the Omaha city
ills last Saturday night Chler
rings and the Omaha police believe
icy have the right men
An inventory oC the paraphernalia
ituied is said to give evidence that
It men are suspicious characters
Gordon and Tortensen were brought
Omaha and the latter pointed out to
IC police the place he lived at 324
Nth Itoth street A search was
de of his room and two suit cases
I
ere found Ono of them belonged
Woods the third man of the trio
rs Jerome Seibert who runs the
ming house at that number said
rtonsen had been at her place for
me time but that Woods came
ere Inst week two or three days bo
re tho Union Pacific holdup oc
rod
Woods wore a suit of clothes bear
he mark of Pickers Brothers 616
tcenlli street Denver Gordon
Ire a hat evidently a year or two
I mauufactured by Rosenblatt
Portland Ore block No 7925
d lot No 332055
fhC police had no opportunity Our
the night to communicate with
lion Pacific officials or to make an
nipt at identification Chief Briggs
rover helleves he has secured the
ht men and that he will soon be
Ie to unearth additional evidence
is sure that Gordon and Woods
0 a room in Omaha which has not
been located and search is now
ig made for it
Cure police dragnet was put out for
fourth man who made his escape
I capture of the three prisoners
S not made without considerable
culty The first of the prisoners
see the detectives shouted to his
panlons to beat It here comes
police All four started to run
h the offices In pursuit One was
Plied by a detrutive near where he
S discovered and the other two
into tho arms of another officer
I were forced to surrender at the
nt of a revolver Tho fourth man
pod to the Missouri river bottoms
The eianorato equipment of this
ug Is evidence sufficient to hull
e they are desperate men de
red Chief Briggs I have never
n a better layout in my exper
ce There can be no doubt these
11 have pulled off some good jobs
I I believe further developments
I show that they are the men we
looking for
he discovery of the revolvers was
Ie by a pupil of Brown Park school
I was playing in the vicinity The
he whore the guns were hidden
under a bank overlooking the
sour river The boy took the re
cr to hib teacher Mrs Nora Free
r who notified the police Detec
s kept watch of the place bellov
the cwners would return for their
Id ers t I
Ile place where the guns were
d is about three miles from the
e of the holdup Further search
be made today In the hope of
lag the missing mall pouches
he police of South Omaha and
ha have been busy today follow
every clew that promised to fur
1 o Identification of the men arrest
last night on suspicion of being
Union Pacific train robbers but
material progress had been made
o noon The belief that tho right
have been caught is still strong
the link connecting them with the
masks and other evidences of
t is missing
ic men today deny being acquaint
ith each other but in the belong
of one of themwas found a
tograph of all dire togelhor with
oman seated in van automobile
re Is nothing to show where the
ire was made
RMANY TAKES
A nAND IN
ROMANCE
JNG GERMAN MAY HAVE TO
I
AIT THREE YEARS TO WED
J
c Is Not Physically Incapacitated
He Must Serve His Time In
Kaisers Army
Os Angeles May 28 Germany has
n a hand In a pretty California ro
re and now the chances are that
oung clerk in one of the leading
lla of Los Angeles and a pretty
Francisco girl must wait pqsslbly
e years before they can bomal1
Uo Schroeder and Miss Taggart of
Francisco a relation of Thomas
Taggart the Indiana politician are the
principals concerned
Schroeders father is a rich copper
manufacturer at Plan Meckllnburg
Schwerin Germany
If Schroeder does not show by June
10 good and sufficient reason why ho
should not serve under the German
flag as a soldier tho government will
cut him off from his share oC his
fathers estate which is large He
will leave Monday for San Francisco
to call on the German consul and
undergo a physical examination
If he can convince the surgeon that
he Is not qualified to make a soldier
he will bo given a certificate to that
effect
If he Is found sound he may have
to choose between his share of his
fathers estate and the girl
PACKERS
PROFITS
LAR6E
Gross Business of Four
Big Concerns Nearly
800000000
Chicago May 2STJ10 four big
packers Swift Armour Morris and
Cudahy and their associate the Na
tional Packing company do an annual
gross business of nearly 800000000
a total greater than that of the steel I
corporation In its biggest year 1907
when gross sales reached 757000000
It is now possible owing to Massa
chusetts Jaws requiring full state
ments for the first time in the his
tory of the packing Industry to get a
close idea of the exact proportions of
the business the sales of the different
companies for the last year being as
follows
Swift 250000000 Armour 240
000000 Morris 110000000 Cudahy
80000000 National Packing 100
000000 total 78000000
Figures of National Packing sales
are not official as In the case of the
other companies They are however
conservative so that based on tho
present volume of business handled
by the big four It is possible that the
gross total will be found to exceed
800000000
MUTINY ON
BOARD
1 SnIP i
Captain Attacked by Six
of CrewOne Man
L Is Killed I
Victoria B C May 28 Attacked I
by six of his crew at onco Captain
Vagnor of the German ship Elisa
Lihn which arrived hero late last
night from Antofagasta for Puget
Sorrrrdrsuccceded in boating off his
opponents with his fist and quelling
a mutiny which bid fair to develop
Into large proportions and which re
sulted In the death of one man
On April 10 tho crew tapped a bar
rel of wino and rapidly becoming in
toxicated attacked Captain Wagner
and the boatswain In an effort to make
the former a prisoner nnd to throw the
boatswain overboard Captain Wagner I
stretch
nel fought off his opponents
ing thomf one after another on the
deck The boatswain who wan car
riot as far as the rail by the infur
iated men managed to escape and
going to the assistance of the cap
tain helped to bring about order Ono
of the Grew was subsequently discov
ered In the hole where he had fallen
suffering such severe injuries that ho
died He wras buried at sea The I
Ellsa Lihn Jy 64 days out from Anto I
fogasta
SALT LAKE MINISTER
IS HIGHLY HONORED
r I
BoctonMay 2SThe Fellowship for j
Social Justice held Its annual meet
ing in the vestry of the Second church
today Rev John Hayncs Holmes ol
Now York presided and spoke with
characteristic enthusiasm of tho groat
awakening that is coming to the en
tire country In questions that underlie
this important subject
A year ago twentyone charter mom
hers undertook the first stop toward
organization today there are 120 on
rolled It was voted to have three
meetings in as many largo centers
during the year and rallies in all
churches possible Officers were elect
ed the Rev John Haynes Holmes be
ing reelected president and the Rev
William Thurston Brown of Salt Lake
City Utah as vicepresident
Salt Lake May 2SRe William
Thurston Brown who IB pastor of the
First Unitarian church of this city
did not know of tho honor conferred
upon him until he learned of It rom
tho dispatches Thursday evening
Rev John Haynes Holmes who was
reelected president Is pastor of the
Church of thc Messiah in Now York
City and one of the most noted Uni
tarian ministers in the United States
He succeeded Minot J Savage as pas
tor of the church This church Is
the one that the late Henry H Rog
ers always attended and Robert Col
Iyer is the pastor emeritus Tho or
ganization mentioned Is for tho study
of the social problem
EXGOVERNOR CRITTENDON
OF KANSAS CRITICALLY ILL
Kansas City May ExGovernor
Thomas T Crittendon who collapsed
I with a stroke of apoplexy while
watching a ball game here yesterday
has not yet recovered consciousness
I and his physicians pronounce his case
critical
I WILL OF
ROGERS
FILED
Testator Leaves Proper
ty Except 100000
to Relatives
I
New York May 28Thc will of the
late Henry H Rogers was filed for
probate here today The testator
leaves all his property to his widow
children and relatives with the excop
tlon of 100000 willed to the town of
Fairhaen Mass for the use of the
primary and grammar schools of that
community
The Will gives to the widow the
use of the Now York City residence
and sets aside a trust fund of from
2500000 to 3000000 to provide for
her an annuity of 100000 At her
death this trust fund Is to be return
ed to the residuary estate Mr Rog
ers leaves his residence at Falrhaven
Mass and his real estate there to his
son Henry H Rogers Jr
Various trusts ranging In amounts
from 10000 to 200000 each and al
together 550000 are created for the
benefit of Mr Rogers collateral rela
tives Tho income from these trusts
is to be paid to the various benefic
iaries during their lives and upon
their deaths the principal of the trust
funds will revert to tho residuary
estate of the testator
Mr Rogers divided his residuary
estate into four trust funds one for
tho benefit of each of his children
When tho children attain the age or
forty years they are each to receive
onehalf of the principal of the trust
created for their benefit the other
half Is to bo hold In trust during the
life of each child but the children
are each given the power to dispose
of the principal of the trust by will
Tie executors of the will are Hen
ry H Rogers Jr John W Sterling
of Now York Walter P Wlnsor or
Falrhaven nnd the Farmers Loan ia
Trust comp ny of New York
No estimate of the value of tho es
tate was given with tho filing of the
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NEGRO LYNCHED BY A
MOB OF MASKED MEN
Baton Rouge May 28News has
reached Baton Rouge of the lynching
of a negro known as Hobo Brown at
Port Allen the parish sent of West
Baton Rouge late last night rho ne
gro was taken from the Jail by a mob
of masked men
THIEVES STEAL LITTLE
BOYS ENTIRE RAILROAD
I Chicago May 28 Thieves In Chica
r go stole an entire railroad yesterday 1
The stolen road was known as the r
Kirnbark Belt lino It was thirty
feet long and Its right of way cut tho
four angles of tho sitting room In the
home of fc Miller In Klmbark ave
nue One engine a nickel plated ono
four passenger coaches two freight
and two fiat cars comprised tho tan
gible assets and the invested capital
was 3501 The motive power was
electricity The road bed was soft I
carpet ballasted with toy blocks tin
horns and rag dolls II
Willie Miller the fiveyearold son
of the head of the house was the con II
trolling genius and the only person
who took any of the profits Ho was
general manager director of freight
and passenger traffic station master
ticket agent flagman conductor mo
torman brakeman and portor
All these high and low offices and
skilled and unskilled employee are
I now In tears for Willie Is a hard
loser He has gone sobbing to tho
Woodlawn police and told them of the
loss of his dearest possession
My whole railroad is gone he
cried at the police station I went
I to dinner and they took it out of the
I window My papa built it and he work
ed an awful long time at It Tho en
gine was the best but I want the cars
back too
The police have set out In search of
tho thieves It is thought that boys
who envied Willies proud position In
the railroad world are responsible for
I the theft
THEY ARE
READY TO
PlfitlT I
Nelson and Hyland to
Meet in Fortyfive
Round Battle I
San Francisco May 28 Battling
Nelson of Illinois and Dick Hyland
of San Francisco who will fight for
the worlds championship at Coffroths
arena tomorrow afternoon have end
ed their training and both claim to
be in splendid condition for their
scheduled fortyfive round battle Thee
men will weigh inat the ringside and
have agreed to mak 133 pounds v
The champion Is faorito in the bet
ting at odds of 10 to 4 at which
price Hylanris followers are support
ing him freely There also Is consid
erable wagering evens that Nel
son will win within twentyfive rounds
Nelson Is reported to have placed sev
eral large commissions with local
stakeholders that he will dispose of
the Californian before the gong ends
the twentyfifth round Hylaad on the
other hand has bet 1250 at the pre
aillng prices that he will defeat the
champion
Willis Britt Nelsons manager will
arrive from NeW York tonight and
will act as the Danes chief adviser
while Jack Welsh will servo as time
keeper for the champion
Eddie Smith of Oakland will ref i
eree the contest which will begin at
3 oclock A tenround bout between
local fighters will precede the main
event
IDAHO MAN SUDDENLY
STRICKEN IN DENVER
Denver May 27 Samuel H Young
of Twin Falls Idaho a commissioner
to the Presbyterian General assembly
died suddenly of heart disease in his
room at a hotel here this morning
PRISON IS
STORMED
BY MOB
Angry Men Force Way
Into Cell and Shoot
Murderer
I
1 1
Abilene Texas May 2SAt 1
oclock this morning fi mob stormed
the city jail and there shot to death
Tom Barnett recently convicted of
the murder of Alexander Sears Re I
fused admission by the jailor the mob
worked unsuccessfully for an hour to
open the cell doors Then the victim I
was shot to death Inside his cell The
proceedings were conducted with com
parotlme quiet and but few citizens
wore aware of the lynching until It
was over
DECORATION DAY SERVICES
ON MONDAY MAY 31
The DlxLogan Post Ladles of the
G A IL Womans Relief Corps Span
ish War Veterans and auxiliary will
meet at the City Hall at 9 a m sharp
and take cars to City cemetery whore
ritualistic services will V held and
the graves decorated At 2 p m the
different organizations will again
meet nt the City Hall and take cars
to Mountain View cemetery where
decoration and services will be held
At 1 p m cars will be taken at
34th street for the Sanitarium where
commemoration services for naval
veterans will be held by tho W R
C throwing flowers on the waters I
r s
STATE OF GEORGIA MAY
INTERFERE TO SETTLE
I T i THE STRIKE
Immediate Action Must Be Taken by Officials of Georgia RaiIroa c
Sentiment of People Is That They Vill Keep State a White Mans
Country If They Have to Do Without Trains Engine
and Mail Car Leave Atlanta
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Atlanta May 28 Carrying a ne
gro fireman tho first train 9f any sort
to run over the Georgia Railroad for
more than five days an engine and a
mall car left here at 730 this morn
ing Tho train pulled out through a
deep lane of spectators at the sta
tion but there wns no demonstration
The negro fireman on the Atlanta
train bore a name distinguished In
Georgia Joseph M Brown which its
identical with that of tho governor
elect who will take office In a few
weeks The subject of keen scrutiny
the fireman kept his eyes upon his
work and smiled goodnaturedly A
few comments were overheard from
tho crowd that he was running a risk
The engineers upon all the trains to
day wore the regular men who stop
ped work last Saturday They return
ed to work with the assurance from
Assistant Chief Burgess of the Broth
erhood of Locomotive engineers that
they would bo protected Tho mail
car was a combination half mall and
half baggage but tho baggage depart
ment was heaped with mall sacks
The train made only a little more
than seven miles In its first hours
run on account of a stop at Decatur
the first town cast of Atlanta where
newspapermen who had started to
make the trip In tho baggage car
were put off There was a long con
ference with officials of the road over
their presence and it was finally de
cided that they were passengers and
that the road had no right to carry
passengers
Augusta May 28With a regular
crew including a negro fireman the
first train over the Georgia Railroad
since last Saturday left Augusta at
74R this morning The train consist
ed of matt cars only manJj oLby ne
gro mall clerks No unusual demon
stration marked the departure of the
train Reports from Harlem Boon
villo and Thompson the latter forty
five miles out of Augusta say the
train passed through those places
without Incident
Washington May 2S Postmaster
General Hitchcock returned here to
day from a trip to Cuba for the ben
fit of his health and among the first
matters brought to his attention woo
the question of sending Second As
sistant Postmaster General Stewart
to Georgia tot look into the railroad
strike situation In case Mr Stewart
is sent he will not go before early
next week when the railway mail
clerics convention will be held In At
lanta
I
Tho department is not inclined to
act favorably upon the suggestion of
VicePresident Ball of the Brother
hood of Locomotive Firemen to des
ignate someone to confer with him
upon the question of the movement oE
the mails as the Georgia Railroad
company Is looked to for the perform
ance of service Officials were great
ly pleased to receive advices that mall
cars had been sent from Atlanta and
Augusta this morning
Attorney General Wickersham to
day received a telegram from United
States Attorney Tate at Atlanta stat
ing In effect that while the Georgia
Railroad strike was still acute there
was fair prospect of an adjustment of
the difficulties
Unless there are Immediate steps
taken by tho officials of the Georgia
railroad to restore train service It Is
reported that the state of Georgia may
interfere to settle tho strike Tio
state is stockholder In the Georgia
itilhoad and under the state law has
power to operate trains
There was no mistaking tho depth
and scope of the Illreeling against
the negro firemen from one end to the
other of the Georgia railroad today
Tho remark of one man today may be
taken as indicative of the feeling ex
isting in the strike district This
is a white mans country and we pro
pose to keep It a white mans country
if we have to do without any trains
NIGUT SESSION
HELD TO GRANT
DIVORCE
ACTION IS HASTENED BY APPEAL
FROM WOMAN
11
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She Desires to Wed Fiance Who Is
Hit Before Death In
torvenes
Redding Cal March 2S = Because
Albert Frozer cashier of the Califor
nia Navigation C Improvement com
pany of Stockton Cal to whom she
is engaged to bo married was ser
iously 111 and submitted to an oper
ation from which he may not recover
Mrs Bernlco Winchell of Stockton
JormerJy Miss Bernice Bemis of this
Ipcens granted an absolute decree
l of divorce from Winchell last night
court holding a night session In or
Ff w
tier that the engaged couple might
wed before death intervened to pre
vent their union
Telegraphic requests from Mrs Win I
chells attorneys In Stockton were
received by tit court stating that the
brKletobo was anxious to marry Fraz
i er at once before an operation for
j appendicitis is performed
Mrs Winchell was given an inter
locutory decree some time ago and
the court hastened to comply with
her wishes calling a night session in
order to go through tho formality of
entering tho absolute decree As soon
as the order was filed Mrs Winchell
I was Informed by wire that the opera
tion was not successful but the pat
ient may recover
SUE LEAPS
ToilER I
DEATH
Man WhoAids inRemoval
of Body Kills Himself
in Same Way
r
Now York May 28A strange men
tal suggestion Is attributed byxthe cor
oner as the cause of two sensational
suicides yesterday Mrs Ella Fried
I
mann leaped to her death from the
front window of her fourth story
apartment In the Wllllamsburg sec
tion of Brooklyn She Is presumed to
have been mentally unbalanced by re
cent illness Fireman Thomas J Me
1 Cue of fire engine company 140 was
I passing through tho street at the time
I and after assisting the police in re
I moving the womans body to her
apartmenlslie went to his home A
half hour later he climbed to the roof
of an apartment building seven
i blocks away and jumped off He also
was Instantly killed McCue and Mrs
I Filedmann did not know each other
The coroner decided that Mrs
I
Frledmann may have received her In
j splratlon from tho suicide of another
I woman who four years ago killed her
I self by jumping from the same win
dow and that McCucs inspiration
came from witnessing the suicide of
Mrs Friedmaun
1
I CLOSINfi QUOTATIONS OF
I
i WORLDS MARKETS
I
STOCK MARKET OPENS
WITH LIVELY DEMAND
New York May 28Tlte stock mar
ket opened with a lively demand in
j force and large gains resulted here
land there with the whole market a
fraction higher than last night United
States Steel sold at Ql 58 and Gl 34
compaicfl with Gl 1i last night The
price subsequently rose toX62 34
Western Maryland advanced 112
Reading and Interborough Metropoli
tan 1 and Brooklyn Transit and Amer
ican Malting Preferred large frac
tions
Very lIttlo reflection of the strength
displayed by the Iron and steel spe
cialties was shown In the railroad list I
United States Steels Jump galvanized
the rest of the list into notion and
I
there WEtS widespread demand for
stocks of this class Republic Stool
Preferred and Virginia Iron rose 2
points Wcstlughouso Electric 112
and Rock Island Utah Copper Bethle
hem Steel Colorado Fuel United
States Pipe Preferred and American
Beet Sugar 1 I
Prices receded slightly hut the ag
giesslve strength of United States
I Steel was a sustaining influence The
stock rose to 63 11 a gain of 2 Re
public Steel Preferred advanced 311
American Telephone 214 and Corn
Products 1 United States Rubber de
clined 1 Dealings in United States
Steel made up most of the market
Bond were firm
fiwt
4 t NEW YORK STOCKS 11
1 nr
Amalgamated Copper 85 14
American Car and Foundry 66 i2
American Locomotive 18
American Smelting 94 18
American Smelting pfd 10P 5S
American Sugar Refining 134
Anaconda Mining Co 51 18
Atchison Railway 109 18
Atchison Railway pfd 101 78
Baltimore and Ohio 114 58
Brooklyn Rapid Transit 79 38 I
Canadian Pacific 180
Chepapeako and Ohio 77 68
I Chicago Northwestern > 181 14
Chicago Mil and St Paul 15012
rrf
t
Colorado Fuel antl1r tr SI 12
Colorado and Southern 64 14
f
Delaware and Hudson 192 31
Denver and Rio Grande 50 12
Denver and Rio Grande pfd 87 34
i Erie Railway 34 58
Great Northern pfd 146 78
Great Northern Oro Ctfs 74 12
Illinois Central 117
New York Central 130 12
Reading Railway 155 12
Rock Island Co 32 12
Rock Island Co pfd 70 12 t
Southern Pacific 123 38
Southern Railway 31 58
Union Pacific 180 1S
United States Steel G4 38
United States Steel pfd 120
Wabash Railway 21 3S
Western Union 75 14
Standard Oil company 673 t
4
Chicago Close
Chicago May 28Cl050 Wheat
May 133 July 116 5Sj Sept 1
09 Dec 106 31 r
I Corn May 73 38 July 69 3Sa34 C
Sept 67 l2ao8 Dec 57 12 t
Pork May and July 1887 13 I
Sept 18 97 12
Lard May and July 108 12 I
Sept and Oct 1092 l2a95
Ribs May and July 1022 12
I
1022 l2a0 25
Sept Oct 1020
Rye Cash 89 12 Sept 82 I
IBS L
Chicago Livestock t
Chicago May 2t Cattle Receipts
estimated at 1500 market strong >
beeves 520a725 Texas steers I
75a630 western steers 475a635
stockers and feeders 360a565cown
and heifers 260a650 calves 525
a750
Hoge Receipts estimated at 28000
Market lOc lower light 680a7au
mixed 3695a745 heavy 7 00a77lf
rough 700a715 good to choice
heavy 715a74n pigs 685aKSU
bulk of sales 720a735
epRecelpts estimated at SOOU v
Market weak native 400a660 west
ern 425aG70 yearlings 62Ga7
30 lambs native 625aS60 west
ern 650a975
Kansas City Livestock i
Kansas City May 28 Cattle Re
ceipts 1000 market steady Native
steers 525a700 native cows and I
heifers 50aG75 stockers and feed
ers S400a575 bulls 340a525
calves 375a725 western steers 5
iOa675 western cows 300a550
HogsReceipts 2000 market 10
cents lower Bulk of sales 690a7J6
heavy 720a740 packers and butch
ers 700a735 light G80a715 pigs
75aG75
I Sheep Receipts 3000 market
steady muttons 500nG35 lambs
700aOOO wethers and yearlings L
OOaG50 ewes 400aG00 muttons
5450aG25
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Sugar and Coffee r
I New York May 28Sugar raw1
I Steady fair refining 342 centrifug
I al 96 test 392 molasses sugar 3
117 refined quiet crushed 5li3
powdered 505 granulated 5405 h
COFFEEQuiet No 7 Rio 7 7 S3
8 No 4 Santos S 789
Metal Market
New York May 2SLead firm
l ° 5a445 copper firm 13 3SaK2
silver 52 7S
Wool a
St Louis May SWool unchang
ed territory and western mediums 25
a30 fine mediums 22a27 fine 16a23
WINS CHAMPIONSHIP t
IN BASEBALL CONTEST
Salt Lake May 2SSaJt Lake High
school won the interscholastic base
ball championship yesterday by de
feating Granite High school In the
fastest and most exciting game of
the series The score was 2 to 0
This was the deciding game and was
played on the Fort Douglas grounds
before a spirited crowd of spectators
representing both schools
The Salt Lake High school put up
a great game and finished without an
error The feature of the game was
easily Treseders pitching Ho allow
ed only one hit Leggroan fo Gran
Ite allowed three scattered hits Salt
Lako High schools two runs came In
tho fourth inning when Young and
Gallagher scored on two wild throws
This afternoon Salt Lake High school
plays an exhibition game at Lagoon
with Weber Academy of Ogden Thjs
is High schools final game and Sat
urday they will check In their suns
and meet to elect a captain and man I
ager for next year t
IM ORrANT DECISION MADE
REGARDING TELEPHONES
Los Angeles May 7An Important
decision was handed down In the su
perior court today which gives to the
cities of California a right to com
I pel telephone and lclepraph compan Co
ies to take out franchises for erecting
poles and wires and tranaactlng HUB
miens The decision was in faVor 6l
the oily of Pasadena and against UiO
Sunset Telephone company which
sought to secure a permanent Injtmci
I lion against the citys interfering wtyh
the operation of their lines
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