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J I NO GUESS WORK
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a I WEATHER FORECAST I
ARE STANDARD GENUINE DISPATCHES AND GUAR ea 0 j
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I ii UTAHTHE INDICATIONS ARE
IJ i ANTEED BY THE GREATEST l 1 THAT THE WEATHER WILL BE
NEWS GATHERING ASSOCIATION s FAIR TONIGHT WITH FROST
I t SUNDAY FAIR AND WARMER
II i CIATION IN THE WORLD
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I 39TH YEAR NO 242 I I OGDEN CITY UTAH SATURDAY EVENING OCTOBER 9 1909 TWENTY PAGES I P PRICE FIVE CENTS I
I GREAT CROWD SEES DEIRO T DEfEA
I PITTS8URG BY A SCORE Of 1 TO 2
Ty Cobb Humiliates Pittsburgh Battery by
Stealing From Third to Olne = = = Schn1idt
Redeems Himself by Ratting in Runs
I
Pillsburg Oct 0 Another big
crowd turned out for the second game
of the worlds championship sort c s
between Detroit nud Pittsburg at
Forbes Field today Cheered on by
tho decisive victory of Plttaburg yes
terday tho local enthusiasts were out
In force
The crowd started pouring Into the
Immense amphitheater long before the
game was scheduled to start nnd It
scon appeared as though the great
noted of yesterday would be equalled
t or even bettered
X Both teams aro scheduled to leave
foi Detroit tonight and spend Sunday
J l there There will be no Sunday game
a in Detroit despito tho fact dial tho
i American league champions have been
1 pIn ring regularly on Sundays
Captain Clarke again refused to
make a definite announcement of his
pitcher but It was expected he would
i 1 send In Howard Caranltz who has Just
recovered from an attack of throat
I trouble Maddox and Willis also wero
worked out before the game and there
was a chance that either of them might
I he sent In If Caoinltz failed to warm
up well enough
Manager Jennings of Detroit refus
ed to take a pessimistic view of the
situation and ho and his men came on
1
I the field with a Jaunty air
The Infield worked smoothly In prac
t tice and showed no signs of another
r blow up such as marked tho fifth In
ning of yesterdays game
0 Jennings had Donovan Summers
L i and Wlllett warming up but said be
probably would use Donovan The
a showing of Mullin In yesterdays bat
tle pleased Jennings and the big fel
1e low Is likely to be given another
l chance In Mondays game at Detroit
In Gibson was tho catcher for Pltt burg
rt r and It was expected Schmidt would
in t go behind the bat for Detroit The
o lineup follows
a r Detrolt < 7 r Pittsburg
or D Jones If Byrne 3b
nr Bush ss Leach cf
ia Cobb rf Clarke It
F 1 Crawford cf TVupner ss
he Delehanty 2b Miller 2b
all Moriarlty 3b Absteln Ib
tar I T Jones Ib Wilson rf
n < Schmidt c Gibson o
l
d Donovan p Camnitz p
I UmpiresEvans behind bat Klem
on bases
ala
AL
la GAME BY INNINGS
ihrr First Inning
DetroitD Jones beats out a hit
t t to Wngner Bush sacrifices Cnmnltz
to Absteln D Jones going to second
OK On a hit and run signal Conn failed
to hit and D Jones was caught steal
V ing third Gibson to Byrne Byrne
ditn slightly spiked by Jones at third
nal Game delayed for a minute Cobb out
Miller to Abstoln iNo rims
ut3 Plttsburg Byrne drew base on balls
had t Leach doubled to right scoring Byrne
lasL Clnrko sacrificed to T Jones sending
Leach to third Wagner struck ouL
bar i Miller drove a long fly Into the bleach
0111 ers which looked like a home run
two and scoring Leach hut after a con
cers ference the umpire decided that un
der the ground rules It was a lo
base hit and Miller was sent hack to
mss second Schmidt dropped Abstelns
iz high foul getting an error but Absteln
then struck out Two runs
t Second Inning
DetroitCrawford struck out Dele
hantv out Wagner to Absteln Mor
iarlty singled to left T Tones singles
I to loft sends IMorlarlty to third base
Schmidt doubled to center scoring
Morarlty and T Jones Donovan
struck out Two runs
1 Pittsburg Wilson out Donovan to
T Jones Gibson walks In attempt
ing to sacrifice Camnitz hunter to
Moriarlty Gibson stole secpnd A
high throw by Schmidt helped him
Byrne struck out No runs
I Third Inning
I Detroit D Jones was safe when
I Abstoln muffed Byrnes assist on a
bunt along third base lino Bush
singled to left advancing D Tones to
second Cobb drew a baso on balls
filling tio bases None out Craw
ford filed to Clarke in short left and
D Jones did not attempt to score from
third Delehanty singled to center
scoring D Jones and Bush sending
Cobb to third and taking second on
Leachs throw Willis now pitching
for Pittsburg Cobb stole home on the
first ball pitched by Willis maklnpr
I
remarkable slide for tho plate lion
Parity drew a baso on balls T Jonen
hit H bounder to Willis and Delehauty
was caught at third Willis to Byrne
I Schmidt flied to Clarke Three rum
Pittsburg Leach doubled along left
field line Clarke filed to Crawford In
I deep center and Leach did not try for
third after the catch Wagner fouled
to Schmidt Sillier struck out No
runs
Fourth Inning
DetroitDonovan out Byrno to Ab
stein D Jones out same way Bush
was called out on strikes No runs
PlUsburg Wilson fouled to Schmidt
Gibson filed to loft Willis lined to
Delehanty No runs
Firth Inning
Detroit Cobb out at first Craw
ford doubled along left field foul lino
Dplohnnty drew a base on halls Mor
arlty popped to Absteln T Jones
walked tilling the bases Schmidt
singled to center scoring Crawford
and Delehanly but T Jones was
caught at third Leach lo Byrne Two
runs I
runsPittsburg Bvrno flied to Crawford I
Leach out Moriarlty to T Jones I
Clarke out Donovan to T Jones No
runs
Sixth Inning
Detroit Donovan out Miller to Ab
stein D Jones filed to Leach Bush
drew a base on balls Bush caught
stealing Gibson to Wagner No rune
Pittsburg Wagner rolled a ground
er to Donovan but Detroit pitcher
made a bad throw to T Jones and
I Wagner was safe Miller out Bush to
T Jones Wagner to second on play
Absteln struck out Wagner was
caught stealing third Schmidt to Mor
I Jarlty the latter making a great one
handed catch No runs
Seventh Inning
DetroitCobb singled over second
for his first hit of the scries Craw
ford oUt Absteln Cohb tried
to tako third on an infield hit but
was caught Absteln to Byrne for a
double play Delehanty struck out
No runs
Pittsburg Delehanl > fumbled Wil
sons grounder and the latter was safe
Gibson out Bush to T Jones and Wil
son caught going to third T Jones to
Moriarity duplicating the double play
made on Detroit In this Inning Wil
lis struck out No runs
o
Eighth Inning
Detroit Morlarlty sent high fly to
Clarke T Jones out Wagner to Ab
stein Schmidt oul Miller to Absteln
No runs
Plttsburg Byrne popped to Dele
hanty Leach out Donovan to T
Jones Clarke popped to Delehanty
No runs
I Ninth Inning
DetroitDonovan out Willis to Ab
I stein D Jones popped to Willis Bush
filed to Loach No runs
Pittsburg Wagner beat out a hot
I bunt to T Jones Wagner stole sec
ond without any opposition Miller
out Dojohanly to T Jones Wagner go
Ing tn third Ahstoln struck oul Wil
son filed to Crawford No runs
Detroit wins
Detroit 0202000O7
Pittsburg 20000000
R H E
Detroit 7 9 3
Pittsburg 2 1 1
BRITIS ADMIRAL
IS l0ST 6UARDED
New York OcL fIYhile preparing
to sail on the cniiserballleship Inflex
ible after participating In tho Hud
sonFulton celebration Admiral of the
Fleet Sir Edward H Seymour com
manding the British squadron Is
quoted as expressing himself for the
first time on the talk of war between
Germany and Great Britain
In my experience with ho Ger
I mans In all parts of the world ho
ld I have always found that they
strictly observed the proprieties
Asked whether he thought there
was any probability of a war between
England and Germany Admiral Sey
mour replied that the German empe
ror wan the only person who could
answer that question satisfactorily
Personally he hoped not as war to
day meant a great loss of life and ex
JV
JURY fiXING IN CmCAGO WAS
JUG ACCOMPUSED BY BOGUS CARDS
Chicago Oct 90ne of the most I
t Important steps In tho widespread Investigation
Attorney Way
vestigation by States J I
i man Into the alleged plot to tamper
i wlthvCook county juries was taken
yesterday when a subpoena ducrp
5C Ucinn was served upon the jury com
I missioners calling for jury card
I circuit superior and municipal
i used in the
cr OJ nicipal courts In the last year
Searching inquiry by Mr vJay man
I bo
has resulted In the discovery that
guy card wore used to cover up the
T t Fchcmo to fix juries The nnmcfl
5 I II of the firms which printed the cards
7 r regularly used lu drawing the nam c
fIIIIII
l t
1
JfJI
of venlremcn In the ofllco of the Jury
commie fouers kayo been obtained
I together with data enabling the stale
prosecutor to diBtlitgulHli these cards
from all others and already It Is de
clared a large number of counterfeit
cards have been discovered
Cards handled In the selection of
veniremon for service In the criminal
court in the last twelve months also
will be secured by Mr Va man and
carefully scrutinized It Is his pur
pose tp establish case after caGe
where Illegally procured men were
itlaccdon Junes to obtain verdicts
favorable to certain Interests or cauau
d ecgrevnicnts
y
pense which must he mot by taxation
and In his opinion Is was wrong even
to discuss publicly tho likelihood of
war between tho two friendly nations
Do you think that Germany Is pro
paring for war he tan nsked
Germany Is increasing her navy
said Admiral Seymour hut I cannot
toll you thu reason because I do not
know It The millennium is not yet
In sight and nations have to be pre
pared for war It Is easy to inflame
the minds of one people against an
other aud then ono never knows what
may happen
WRECKED
VESSEL
Survivors of Ocean Dis
I aster Reach San Fran
cisco With Story
I
San Francisco Oct 9Sotoral pas
sengers the captain and a portion of I
the crew of the Norwegian steamship
Ocean Queen which Was wrecked
I September 16th on a reef off the coast
1 of Tahiti arrived hero today on the
steamship Mariposa from Papeete
bringing details of the disaster Tho
part Includes John T Arundel depu
ty chairman of the Pacific Phosphato
I company limited of London lessee of
the vessel Arundcls two daughters
I Lillian and Syduej i his private sec
retary H H Jay Miss Whibloy and
Captain Johanneseen
The Ocean Queen left Papeete Sep
tember 15th and early tho next morn
ing while passing the settlement of
Maumu on the east side of the Island
the engines ceased running and It was
discovered that the aft eccentric rod
was bent A strong wind was blow
Ing toward the shore and this with
an unusual current swept the vessel
upon a reef while the crow was at
tempting to break tho rod
The passengers were taken off at
I once in the life boats and the captain
I and crow remained to save tho lug
1 gage About 1 oclock the last man
left the ship and a few minutes later
It had completely disappeared break
j ing up and sinking within 30 seconds
of the time of the first lurch
The Ocean Queen was making her
maiden voyage She left England
March 10th under lease to the Phos
phate company I
IlOYUliUf I I
LHSTllCT
I
Gold Output for the
Season Is Placed at
350000
Soattle Wash Oct 9M C Jensen
who returned from the Koyukuk dis
trict in Alaska yesterday In speak
ing of tho gold output lu that section
bald
I think a fair estimate of ho total
output for that country Including the
work of last winter and the past slim
mer is 350000 Some of the claims
were exceedingly rich A new strike I
wag made on Nolan Creek a tributary
I of Wiseman creek A new town has
been established called Wright City
I There Is plenty of food up the
river Flour Is 20 a hundred and
bacon from 40 to 50 cents a
pound My belief is that upper Koyu
kuk will continue to bb a largo pro
ducer for a long time to come
The steamer Senator on which Mr
Jenson came down from Nome brought
225000 In gold
ATE DOfi AND GAVE I I
IllS VlfE SOME
Minneapolis Minn Oct 9 After
Mrs John Kruskl had her husband ar
rested on lho charge of cruelty he
dpnlort her accusation but admitted
to Sergeant J F Landy In the office
of the Humane society that ho ate log
meat and liked H
Kitiskl said he procured a small u
dog slaughtered It and ate it He
said he insisted on his wife eating
of it also but said he saw no reason l
why she should not Ho declared it
I was nice tooat tasted well and made
him strong
i
NEW YORK GOT TJIE SILVER
DOLLARS OF THE WEST
New York Oct LThat this city
I has been entertaining a very largo
number of visitors from the west
and south iu indicated by a large
number of silver dollars which mer I
chants are exchanging for paper mon
ey at tho banks The subtreasury
icnorus that never before has it been I
aaked iJ 11Iho back such a quantity
of blhei dollars which seems that
It
I the ontorti and southern representa
tion at the HudsonFulton celebra
tion wns n record hronker Mor
counts say that whenever largo num
bers of southern ufll western visitors
come to tho city they have their
pockets fillPtl with rlhor dollars
whlci ure not common currency here
SCHOOL CHILDREN WERE
BETTING MONEY ON GAMES
Joliet Ill Oct Following an In
vestigation in which ho learned that
both boys and girls were wagering not
only homemade candy but real mon
ov all Intorclas basketball games 1
Stanley Brown superintendent of the
Joliet township high school yesterday
cancelled all games thus far arranged
on the schedule He followed this
with a pledge which stated that the
signers would not placo any more beta
on contests A score of tho more prom
inent athletes signed It
PROFESSOR IIAD
JILTED THE GIRL
Plttcburp Oct 9Tho jury trying
the case of Miss Luella Lowstetter
who sued Professor Earl W Reed of
Sheridan public school for 25000
damages brought In a sealed verdict
awarding Miss owstetter 1000 dam
ages
agesMiss Lowstcttcr prominent in edu
cational and church circles had claim
ed in her bill againstProfessor Reed
that he had refused to marry her in
1905 after ho had promised to do so
and that she had lost 25 pounds In
weight as a result and prayed for
25000 damages
BILLY EVANS DEAD
Lexington Ky Oct 9W W Ev
ans known throughout the country as
Billy Evans perhaps the greatest de
veloper of young trotters and pacers
In tho country died at his home hero
last night after an Illness of many
months He was 40 years of age Ev
ans developed more young trotters
than any other trainer in the country
1118 DEAT
A MYSTERY
i Young Mans BodYIS
Found With a Riile
Mole in Skull
Marshall Mich Oct 9A coroners
jury has been summoned to determine
the cause of death of Floyd Gotham
17 years old whose dead body was
fouild In the woods near hero yes
terday with a bullet wound through
the head The young mans faithful
hunting dog led relatives to his mas
ters body
Gothams rifle was found standing
upright in a gopher hole fifty yards
from the body and Dr L A Harmon
who examined the wound gave the
opinion that tho fatal shot must have
been fired from a considerable dis
tance the bullet entering at the base
of the skull Gotham had taken the
rlflo and a shotgun to tender them to
a nelghbobrs son as payment for a
blcyolo ho had purchased The
neighbors son who was apparently
the last person lo see Gotham alive
said today that he met Gotham In the
woods and refused to accept the guns
the two boys separating then and
started for their homes in opposite
directions
HE SHAVED ABRAHAM LINCOLN
Bloomington 111 Ort 9 1 C
Fnoke aged 82 who died yesterday
at Petersburg was said to bo the
oldest barber In Illinois actively en
gaged in his trade Ho shaved Abra
ham Lincoln for several years while
Lincoln resided in the vie pity
WlllE ROY
DESPERATE
Battle Will Be Fought
Sometime Today With
the Indian
can Bernardino Cal Oct IA
score of militiamen aimed with their
high power poeminent rifles are
hurrying over the desert today to Join
the posse of Sheriff Ralph which
surrounded Willie Boy the Pluto in
dlau murderer entranchcd In a can
yon near Bullion mountain They are
i making all haste to bo In time for the
j bntllo which is certain to occur be
before
I fore the desperate outlaw Is captured
or killed Their only fear Is that the
fight may bo over before they arrive
tonight
neiiiforccmouts also aro on their
way from Banning whence they were
dispatched by Clara True the Indian
agent at that place wIth supplies for
tho besiegers
The operators for the capture of
Willie Boy have assumed a warlike
aspect and In making preparations
for the desperate battle expected to
day Sheriff Ralphs has established a
field hospital The only patient so
far Is Charles Sit chi the pcshpnian
who wawseriously wounded in the hip
TAfT GOES DOWN A CLiff 3000 fEET
flWi AND ENJOYS TUE XPLRENCE
In the first brush with tho Indian on
Wednesday
I Dr W H Mllln who was rushed
from Whitowator to Bullion mountain
I In response to tho telegraphic appeal
from Ralphs for a doctor to care for
Ills wounded deputy Is In charge of
I
tile field hospital Ho will remain
with the posse unlll Willie Bnv Is
captured to render medical aid lo
anv store of UK niaHiois who may I
be wounded by the Indian
AUTO RACE
IS SWfl
Half Million Spectators
Saw 200 Miles Made
in 33858
Philadelphia Oct 9Jn the pres
ence of a gathering of spectators es
I timated at nearly half a million Geo
I Robertson driving a 90 horsepower
Simplex car over the eightmile j
I course In Fairmont Park today won
i the 200mile race for the Quaker City I
Motor club cup beating a score of the
best cars In the world
I Dlngley In a Chalmers Detroit fin I
ished second Time C 1420
Harding In an Apperson was third
A tire burst us ho crossed the line I
Time 35217 710
Robertson took the lead early In the
race and held It to the end His time
for the two hundred miles up and
down hill and around dangerous curves
was 33S5S 15 which breaks the rec
ord ITe made last year in a Locomo
bile
ALASKA CENTRAL IS I
FOR SALE AT AUCTION
I
Valdc r MlSks OcL80G
Laberere of Spokane receiver of the 1
Alaska Central railroad arrived here
today from Seward and tomorrow will
offer the railroad for sale at public
auction under a foreclosure decree
of the United States court in a suit
brought by holders of 4000000 of
bonds
The Sovereign Bank of Canada now I
defunct financed tho road and in tho
clearing up of the banke assets J I
I Pierpont Morgan came Into posses I
sloe of 1000000 of the railroad
bonds A representative of Mr
Morgan it is understood will bid In
the Alnsks Central which will be com
pleted aud operated
Six million dollars has been expended I
the Hue which at
pended on begins I
Seward on Resurrection Bay aud ex I
I tends to Turnngain Arm 72 miles
There are extensive coal fields along
the route
ATTEMPTS
TO ESCAPE
I
Deposed Sulian Had Put i
on a Laborers
Clothes
I
London Oct flThe Belgrade cor
respondent of the Telegraph says that
Abdul Hamill the deposed sultan of
Turkey has attempted to escape
from his villa prison at Saloniki
He Is said to have had a workman
brought lu to do certain repairing He
professed to btj annoyed at tnt mans
dirty appearance and ordered him to
tako a hath before he did the work
While the man was bathing his
clothes were taken to Abdul Hamid
who donned them and parsed from the
garden into the street There ho was
rocongnlzed by ono of the guards and
taken back
Sugar and Coffee r
New York Oct 9Sugar raw
Firm > fair rolluinp 373 l2aS75 cen
trifugal 96 test 123 i2a425 mo I
lasses sugar 318 l2a350 Refined
I steady crushed 5S5 powdered S5
25 grnnula d P 15
COFFEP Firm No 7 Rio 7 5 8a
I JM No I Santos S 34
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O FIFTY WORKMEN ARE O
I O INJURED IN WRECK 0
10 1 5
1
0 Ballston N Y Oct 9 Fif 0
I 0 ty workmen bound Horn Balls 0
C ton to Schenectady wore Injur 0
0 ed many of them badly today 0
I o In a collision between trolley 0
o cars on tho Schenectady Elec 0
o tric railway here 0
o The collision was duo to a 0
o fog and took place at the out 0
o let station south of Ballston 0
D The fifty workmen were all In 0
C one car The motorman was 0
O fatally crushed 0
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Tremendous Bonfire lighted in Yosemite Val =
ley in Honor of the President = = = In the
Valley of Death = = Re1urn Trip Sunday 1
Sentinel Hotel Yosemite Oct 9
President Taft reached hero at 1135 I
a m today Ho enjoyed the four
mile tramp down tho face of a cliff
3000 foot high The party left hero
at 3 p m for El Portal
Glacier Point Cal Oct 9Thc ho
tel here where the President spent
last night is but a little rough
board affair set right at tho brink
of the high cliff overlooking tho val
ley The Presidents anile one I
room without plaster or other evi I
dence of luxury directly overlooked
the valley
Coming to Glacier Point yesterday
afternoon tho president arrived at the
brink of the chasm Just In time to
catch the beautiful effect of sun
set The delicate pink and violet
light filtering through towering for
ests of pine painted tho ordinarily
cold and gray granite walls with glow
Ing tints <
On the trail today tho presidents
party passed through patches of snow
and on the war lo the floor many
beautiful views of the water falls
the cliffs tho dome and the natural
wonders of the valley were obtained
Arriving at the foot oC the narrow
winding path President Taft and his
party were met by coaches and taken
to the Sentinel hotel where lunch
eon was served I
A sixteenmile drive will take the I
President this afternoon to the lit
tle railway station at El Portal where I
he will board tho train tomorrow I
morning Traveling along the mouu
tale heights from tho big trees to
Gacler Point yesterday the President
saw a real blazed trail All of the
trees along the higher part of the
road were blazed or scarred to
guide tho posse which in tho early
spring has to trace out the roadway
through the banks of snow
A tremendous bonfire built on an
overhanging rock was lighted In hon
or of Ctib President soon alter His
arrival last night and was visible for
miles up and down the valley
Two deaths by accident have oc
curred In the Yosemite this season
A young Englishman named Shepard
disappeared In Juno from camp near
this point and Is believed to have
fallen to his death from a precipice
his body lodging on a ledge Troops
searched for it in vain for weeks
Later a young Californian named
Logan lost his footing on the steep I
ledge trail and fell 900 feet to
the bottom The trail has long been
marked with a danger sign but this
warning has seemed to serve only
as a magnet to the venturesome The
continued use of the forbidden trail
has caused Major Forsythe of the
army in charge of the park to order
the destruction of the approach with
dynamite
During his stay in tho Yosemite
President Taft has made many in
quirks concerning the plan on foot
in San Francisco to make a lake of
the Retch Iletcby valley a twin of
thp Yoseinlte and in the same national
park and thus to procure a supply of I
mountain water for that city He has
encountered arguments both for and I
against the scheme one of the load
ing opponents being John Muir the j
naturalist and Yosemite authority j
who has accompanied Mr Taft
throughout his flip J
CHARGES CRANE KNOWS NOT
WHY HE HAS BEEN RECALLED
Chicago Oct flThe Tribune lo
la prints an Interview with Charles
C Crane the new minister to China
which loads In part
Charles R Crane now on his way
from San Francisco to Washington I
In response to a sudden recall on tho I
I
eve of his departure for the Orient
has little fear of a reprimand at tho
hand of the state department I
Replying to published reports that
his recall was for tho purpose of re
proving him for a too free discussion
of diplomatic rotations between this
country and China Mr Crane let It I
be known that what ho has said on
several occasions since his appoint I
ment was with the sanction and ap
proval of President Taft
He is of the opinion that the com
munication from the state department I
which arrested his departure has noth
ing to do with speeches which have
been suggested as causes of official
displeasure Mr Crane said in an
swer to questions
I am In the dark so far as con
cerns the nature of this recall I got
a brief message from Mr Knox di
recting me to report at Washington
once more before sailing for China t
I do not think the summons Is for
the purpose of giving the state depart
ment opportunity to criticise recent
public utterances of mine It Is most
probablo that things have come up
which necessitate consultation and I
conference It Is generally understood
that the situation In tho Far East la at
a delicate juncture 1
The papers have pointed out that
the secretary may wish to advise
against a repetition of such speeches
as wore delivered in Now York Chi I
cago and other places after r received
my appointment Following the re
ceipt of cordial Invitations to make ad
I dresses before various organizations
l went to President Taft and told him I
I
I I did not consider myself fit to accept I
them Ho told me to go ahead and do
I tho best I could and for that end I I
have striven I
Mr Taft knows that I am In sym
pathy with tho policies to which ho
has given his public Indorsement As
I left San Francisco I learned that the
President had been notified of my re
call but he too was In ignorance as
to Its cause
INSANE TEACHER
t
CONFESSED SINS
Denver Colo Oct ITwice ar
rested for embezzlement and bigamy
on his own confession one released
on his own retraction and finally re
leased and started for his home in
Yuma Ariz on the statement of
Dr J L Miller ot that city that the
educator was insane was the experi
ence In Denver yesterday of Rob
eit EdwordAVa4LirT upcxintcndenl
of schools at Yuma Ariz and tor
merly of Tecumseh Okla
Yesterday morning Waller appear
ed at police headquarters and said
he had embezzled school funds at ti <
Tecumseh ran away with another
woman and wished to alone for his
crimes He had been drinking heavily I
for some days Later he was released
when the police became convinced ti
the mans story was untrue
His re arrest followed a second
I statement to Attorney H P Jones of
Yuma but Jate last night he was
again released and in company of
Dr Miller boarded a train for Yuma x
LUMBER DEALERS
HOLD A MEETING
San Francisco Oct SInlllaJ stops
toward the organization of a Forest
Protective Association In this state
were taken today by all of tho largest
limiher dealers in the city gathered to
discuss ways and moans of safeguard
ing the timber reserves from forest
Ares T B Walker of Minneapolis
ono of the largest owners of Pacific
coast timber lauds was elected chair
man and G X Wendllng C M Staf
ford 11 B HIckey A B Hammond
C B Johnson and O C Haslott with
Mr Walker were named as directors
of the association All the sugar pine
and redwood Interests In the state
were represented and subscribed to
defray the cost of organization
The object of tho association aa f
set forth at the preliminary meeting
Is to provide a corps of forest guardn
and fire fighters the expense to he di
vided among tho members by assess
ment fixed on an average basis
The timber land lu question com
prises about 25000000 acres which aro
not safeguarded by tho government
service and represents some three
hundred aud fifty million dollars In
private capital
Chicago Close I
Chicago Oct 9Close Wheat =
Dec 101 7Sal02 May SI03 5Sa34
July 97 7S
Corn Dec 58 lSal4 Oct 59 34
May CO Z4 July 60 3S
OatsDec 39 3S May 41 34
Pork Oct 2300 Jan 1850 May
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1S 25
Lardoct 1215 Nor 1175 Jan I
1038 May 1065 I
Ribs Oct 1135 Jan 970 May
967 12 I
Rye Cash 72a73 Dec 72 12
Barley Cash 4Sa66
Timothy Cash 395 March 420 I
Clover Nothing doing
BURLINGTON RAilROAD COMING TO
OGDEN ON EXTENSION TO COAST
San Francisco OcL 9That J J
Hill is considering the extension of
the Burlington railroad from Denver
to tho Pacific coast is stated by T B
Walker a Minneapolis millionaire In
interested in California timber lands
who has close relations with the aril
way magnate He Is quoted as fol
lows
lowsln a talk we had recently Hill told
me that he did not bellcvo that a line
from San Francisco north would he
of great advantage but that the ex
tension of the Burlington to this clly t
cnnc or Guernsey branch would be
This would make a throug lino from
Chicago to San Francisco with which
the Oregon trunk line could bo con
nected at some point in northern Cali
fornia The line would give the Bur
lington a share of tho Sacramento
valley traffic and a feeder might he
buJ1t through the San Joaquin valley
With the Oregon trunk connection
another line would he opened tot st
ern Washington Idaho and Mun
tana
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