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t Fortieth = No 1 = Price Five Cents OGDEN CITY UTAH SATURDAY EVENING JANUARY J 191016 pAGES Entered as Second Class Matter at tho Poctofflco Ogden Utah
I PROSPERITY N SIGHT DURING 191 09
SAYS SENATOR DEPEW AND OJUtRS
Prominent Men Are Optimistic and See in
the Future Nothing but Encouragement = = =
I Business Outlook Was Never Better
f
New York Jan Prominent mon
In Now York city are optimistic re
garding the outlook for the year 1910 I
Greater prosperity IB their unanimous
prediction Hero Is what some of
them say
I William Loob Jr collector of the
port I greet 1910 with hope nnd i
satisfaction It will be prosperous If
Ihp present Increase In volume of bus
iness continues and the Indications
arC that It will
Senator Chaunccy M Depow This
new years day Is marked by less un
t rest dissatisfaction mental dyspepsia
and crankiness than any othor In my
recollection It Is full of hope for
pence prosperity and plenty
W C Brown president or the Now
York Central In general prosper
ity 1910 will exceed the record of
any previous I look for
pr year a gen
era Improvement and development of
railways of tho country
Mayor George B McCloIlan The
city and tho country are both better
off than thov wi ro a year ago The
year 1010 will see a sleadv advance
I ment In morals and education ns well
as In material prosperity
I Timothy L Woodruff It will bo
I a banner year for tho nation Re
publican policies prevail and a staunch
Republican prosperity will fill the air
i i with good things
f MRS LOGANS DAUGHTER
t1 TO MARRY A FOREIGNER
L
t I New York Jan 1firs John A
H Logan Jr has announced tho en
fl gacomcnt of her daughter Miss Mario
Louise Logan to Henri de Slncay of
Brussels Belgium
M do Slncay Is tho son of Gnston do
Slncay of Brussels who Is at thohead
of tho zinc Industry of Belgium
M do Slncay came hero last sum
mer with excellent letters of Introduc
tion and was In Newport for the sea
son where ho gave a danco at Ber
gers lu return for many courtesies
received
DOG SAVES
AGED M NR
Appearance of a Half
Starved Canine Led
to Rescue
Mangos Colo Jan Rendered
helpless from Injurlcs caused bv Uiu
premature explosion of a blast lu his
mine on East Mangos river William
Schubert an aged miner was rescued
after having gone eight days without
food and with only two drinks of
water He Is now rapidly regaining
strength nnd attending physicians say
i
1iI I
Ii i1 LE EOI EST MOET VIVE LE ROIl I
IL
f IJCTO across the brief December day
Like tarnished gold the suns pale arrows land
And he the clays sad King scare lifts his head
Prom the cold cloud whereon he makes his lictl
To view the realm that with slow broadening rim I
To empire grows above the Antartie limb
1
Times gentlest admonitions fools despise
But him the centuries make profoundly wise j tI
fTho faithful seasons yield to his control I
And by his power tho worlds contented roll f
When the bold archer hunts the boreal plain
And glacial lands are harnessed to the main
Serring the law that arms his will with might
< Gives beauty to the day and glory to the night f
I Ho dulls thojpdgQof his puissant beam
I BanksMiis warm1 fires tluvliilc jvtfmnce to dream I
And this vain world we proudly call our own f
I S A little grain among n million sown
III Tunis from his face and for a trifling hour J I I
Hides in tho shadow of his awful power i I
i1i r Unlike old Polyphemus whom the Gods t I I
Willing to match against most any odds
l Lured to a den and made him drunk no doubt
That Ulysses bold would bore his one eye out
And batten on tho fierce Cyclopean roar
I
I r That knelled thc only optic that he wore
BeMuse forsooth this virile monster brave
I Stoned Uhxes ships that plowed the wave
Blind Homer gave to Phoebus two good CCS
Placed him on high the ruler of the skies
When one orb views the summers lureing scene
The other closes in a sleep serene I
I I
II sngbf to his ears the sweet aeolian sigh
I 11 Nor rbe mad storm that rends the midnight sky
llhis peerless King but now without a crown I
Roes undismayed his scepter broken dow
Hears unseen weavers in the icy air
Driving their busy shuttles everywhere
Weaving a shroud of frosts and swirling snow
A palid covering for the waiting bier I
Whence trends the old way of fhe dying Tear
S
On bending staff and painful step and slow j
i
But yesterday the dying year was born
And gladsome joy hells ushered in the morn
Then and his cradle in empyrean clime I
Swung to soft music of the Christmas time I
t Around it angels swept seraphic lyres
nd carols wafted up from earthly choirs
hing the lilt of the delightful strain
YBclfricd Blacksmiths struck with might and main
t Q deiun and voices glad with mirth
1ed summer girdles round the laughing earth
i beamed with a new sweetness on her face j
l Sorrows eyes had lost their tearful trace
k Yy walls fell oulward from the prisoners cell
1 brazen throated bells sang cc All is well I I
steeples waking out of solemn dream
bed in the holy air with joy supreme
1 came the passing year mid jocund mirth
I of t d warmed with life and love the laughing earth
j id wo who weep beside the Old Mans bier
a j joice that his propitious heir is here
t fie check aflame with mantling blood of youth
s pledge of coming wisdom strength and truth
t I r
wr Night falls again and iron throats are still
Still as the wave hushed by the Masters will
c It And timid Day rreeps from Nights sable arms
filoriously young ami radiant of charms
ri But he celestial King scarce lifts his head
I From the cold cloud whereon he makes his bed
I To nod a welcome to the New Years King
The last gift of the dead years offering I
I y A S CONDON
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A Wf NY
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I II
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he will be about again in a few
weeks
Schuherts life was navod by his
dog which appeared At limo rabln of
I
J A Flynn a neighboring prospector
In a halfstarved condition Investi
gation disclosed Schuberts absence i
from his cabin and further search re
sulted In finding him unconscious in
I the tunnel of his mine
Flynn returned to Mangos fourteen
miles distant through a driving bliz
I zard the journey requiring all of one
night and half of the following day
and orgmlzod a rescue party which
returned to Schubert mine and
brought him to this city over hills cov
ered with four feet of snow
I
BIG SHIPMENT OF
UTAH COAL COMING I
I
Salt Lake Jan 1 Hiuwatha Utahs
I
I newest town will celebrate New
Years day tomorrow by loading about
500 tons of coal from the mines of the
Consolidated Fuel company and start
Ing the trainload on Its war to Salt
Lake as tho first shipment from the
new coal field in Carbon county The
part of the celebration that most In
terests Salt Lako however Is the
promise of the coal company that It
will load and ship 600 tons every day
following and with a gradual In
crease in the development of the com
panys mines a dally output of 7CO
tons Is expected within three months
and by more than double this amount
by next fall
Orders for moro than 100 cars of
I
coal were on hand at tho companys
offices In the Judge building yesterday
nnd although the company expects to
confine its market mainly to Utah
Idaho and Nevada several carloads
will be sent to California next week
The Consolidated Fuol company
owns the stock of the Southern Utah
Railroad company which connects
the mines at Hiawatha with the main
line of the Denver d Rio Grande at
Price This line is twenty miles long
of slight grade and constructod on the
standard gauge so that the company
will have no difficulty In delivering He
product to the Denver Rio Grande
at Price 121 miles from Salt Lake
Officers of tho company said yester
day that with 8000 tons of coal al
ready on tho dumps and extensive do
volopment work completed they
would have no trouble In keeping up a
dally output of 500 tons from the
start Thc largo tipple and shaker
screen was tested yesterday and tho
local offices were notified that the test
was in every way succssful
DiON PUBl C
S fOOLED r
Dealers Make Eggs
Fresh by Making II
Extra Charges I
Chicago Tan lTho Record fer
aid In giving an Interview wltf cr
h a
prominent South Water street Ih
chant this morning says mcr
i
When you go Into a grocery
ask for a dozen strictly fresh egg and
the b and
aproned man behind the 5
gives you a dozen and twelvounter
chango out of a halfdollar rior3 tcyn g
al him angrily but blame ouit t blare
The tbtlrself
situation Is Just thl
You
pay 38 cents a dozen for strirV
U fresh
Ltllv
extras
eggs H costing you
lL cents a
dozen You
pay 28 cents a
cold dozen for
storage eggs But rf
whether JO matter
you pay 28 cent
ar ilR cents
the ThJr
you got same eggs Tl
from nome cold storage wdC nil como
fly lrenouso If
you wero charged only
cents for
fresh P
strictly eggs you
they were cold ntoragc a would know
crfgs fiO when
ton ask for fresh 10 cr
nts Is tack
Jnts <
tbo t
an to price to mn
bettor l uCo them taste
All the real fresh I
coming in now are be egg that are
by the big hotels fUld jlng snapped up
favored customers 0 the wealthy and
f a few dealers
They may pay 12V
more hut tho gene cents and even
nl public Gnoillllnt
pay that for It get
real fresh eggs nn lc no chance at tho
yvvay
DOROlY
AS Sr OlEN
Mo Trace of t i r
tie Little
Cousin of PLsj
dent Taft
Los Angeles CaLf Jan 1r i + carch
was renewed today for porCt Tart
the J2earold adopted dag
of
Ir
riov S H Taft a cousin of lyy r real o
dent who dleapiierr ar < rrlw
while vomlnc hero on la try i from
Pomona Police oflicors hon In
DolgBvllle tho only place la 1ltruln
stopped after leaving rnonajivu clm
cd all night last night Cor the at V
Ing
child but without success 5
I am mire that somVbody hiftJ atol
an our little girl sal Mrs Tt < t tOI nC
Lar all Inquiries In niriiona au j
nt
the railroad offices hers hind ell fled
no Information i
The cnsc IJJ a uiyslci m soiar Tjo I
1
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J
little girl was placed on a Southern
Pacific train yesterday by Mrs S 0
1v Bowen of Pomona at whoso home
the rhlhi had spent a week No one
has been found who saty her after
that
thatMr and Mrs Taft adopted Dorothy
when sho was a baby According to
Mrs Taft the real mother Is In Tex
as ilr Taft is pastor of a church at
Sawtollo where the Soldiers home la
located
SAMN Of
flit ART
Fear Is Expressed That
Isthmus of Panama
Met Disaster I
i
Washington Jant 1 Weather ur
eau officials arc apprehensive lest tho
earthquake early tad
recorded todty oc
curred on the Isthmus of Pan aim Co
Ion is 2100 miles from hero and ns
the wave was south sou rtest and
calculated at about 2001 miles Q3
tant they believe
theft
Is some
ground for their fears
The force of thc eatjrqunko
hQUake as re
corded h the
by neat cr
r bureau here
closely approximated the violence of
the big quake at Sl Francisco The
bureau figures thai itv greatest force
was fell 000 nos south and south
west of Washl eton The first shock
was at L04 v m the second at 6OS
i u i i
and thc third
t L 11 rr ut A
third shock
nt 611 The
was st ° stro g that It throw the deli
cate SOI sm Sgraph pen oft thc cylin
der
J RBRIDfiE
VONDERFUL
i COUNTRY
V 1 Slovene a mining engineer
arrived from the Jarbldge district of
nortiiora Nevada the scene of the
latest brush VId excitement in the sage
mote Mr < Stevens Is enthus
lastlc Ser the possibilities of this
now sJ
ctlon
The
Jarbldge country first came In
to th
o
public jRce last AUfiolpt
though for years sti iL 18 said u
has un prospected to some extent
hut nit
DUI will
nut results as the formations
are out of the ordinary and Peculiar
to U1I i
ulilMsccljon alone The country Is
very iiVged and rough and soon af
i
ter l
thJ first gold Discoveries early In
the r
fill lllo snows came and dls
hcar
> ned many who anticipated going
Into
thc district Mr Stevens how
ever arrived there about five weeks
mgg going up from Elko and he states
that In spite of the numerous dim
C Iltle5 nnd Inconveniences of travel
p 10 news of tho sensational discover
ies being made there Is finding its
way Into tho outer world and pros
pectors are arriving dally and going
to work In tnio pioneer fashion and
with preat expectations of striking
It rich
Mr Stevens states that quite a keen
rivalry Is being Indulged In between
Ell o Nov and Twin Falls Ida for
the privileges of the supply point for
the new district though In his opin
ion Twin Falls Is the logical outfit
ting station and supply center Twin
Falls Is ninety miles from Jarbldge
and is the nearest railway point This
Idaho city Is keenly alive too It Is
said to the possibilities of a coming
boom and Its citizens are striving in
every way to pull the bulk of the an
ticipated trade In their direction and
are becoming Interested themselves In
rr ng
ny one going Into the Jarbldge
camp according to Mr Stevens
should go well provisioned and pre
pared for rough living for as yet II
Is Impossible to secure supplies or ac
commodations In the now camp
Ore Is Rich
Tn speaking Tuesday after
noon of time probable area of
country included In tho new district
Mr Stevens said The ore zone so
far demonstrated to he of more than
ordinary worth Is five miles long and
two miles wide though there is great
likelihood of course that the min
mineralization
eralization Is of still greater area Six
operators In the district already have
really excellent showings while there
are ninny more who arc meeting with
marked success In the development
of claims all work being as yet In its
infancy The prospects of the sec
tion are especially encouraging to me
at least In view of the fact that the
ores of the district show the features
of tellurium and the black sulphides
of silver It was some of this pro
duct from the Bourne mine Ihe first I
to bo opened that attracted my atten 1
lion to Jarbldgo Had the formation
there been of the free gobl vnrlot
so often showing In pockets on the
ledges In Nevada districts I would
not have been BO quickly Interested
In tho proposition but the presence
of the tellurium Indicative of per
nianoiirv and size was to mo an espec
ially promising Indication In all of
my experience In the Nevada camps
I have never been as favorably Im
pressed as I am with tho Jarbldgo
Assays High
Mr Stevens accompanied by Dan
jreenwalt mado a careful examina
tion of the district and located some
claims about SOOO foot west of the
original Bourne discoveries along
radically the same dyke Prospect
Ing there good values were uncover
ed and Mr Stevens has now mimic
irranKoinenls to develop his hold
hags syBtematlcally a number of Twin
Falls people having become Interest
ed with him In tho proposition
Mr Stevens has assay certificates
showing gold values as high as 89iGO
per ton Ills purpose in visiting this
cUr was to got accvrate teats made
of his samples and ijo make arrange 1
i
I
l 1l
4t i
I GREAT CROWDS GATHER TO GREET
1r11 d PRSDENT IN WITE nOUSE
I I 1
mints for u lies and provisions to
insure the further development of
I his claim He JH satisfied that tho
Jlrhlr1gt dlrtrlet m develop Into
one or the hg mines and predicts
that a TlJllroarJ will bo nm Into thc
cOllnt Inside of two yearn
C1firlos Gotsch expert for the
WooiH agon barf h peoplohaR boon In
the dlatrlct recently also and re
ports favorably on the outlook GO that
pri long it Is quite probablo that Utah
fining men will bo Intorostod at the
jficone of this late excitement
Mr Stevens explained in spooking
of the district that the word Jar
bidgo Is Indian lingo meaning the
devil the district being so named
perhaps on account of Its wild and
rugged formations and appearance
ACCiDENT
IN C CAGO
New Year Celebration
Resulted in a
Death
Chicago Jan Celebration of the
advent of tho new year resulted In thc
death through tho accidental dis
charge of a revolver of Mrs Fran
ces Gardiner the wife of Blake Gar
diner
Gardiner with his wife who was
20 years old had been spending thc
evening at the residence of her par
ents Mr and Mrs W T Netwlg
At midnight Netwig tried to fire a
revolver The first cartridge failed
to ovplodo and when he was exam
Ining the weapon It was accidental
discharged
I The bullet struck Mrs Gardiner
lodging in tho Jugular vein and In
flirting a wound from which she died
I Notwlg was arrested
WISE POLICEMAN WHO
I KNEW HIS BUSINESS
New York Jan lA wise cop
who Knew the difference hot ween
i New Years eve and midsummer eve
dress In thc United States army was
I the cause of Private Raymond Rays
I return to Governors Island today af
I tor thrco months desertion from the
Twenty ninth Infantry x
I The soldier was one of several prc
mature New Year celebrants gathered
I in by the police and the magistrate
was about to discharge him with a
reprimand when Patrolman Leigh
who had served In the Philippines
i called tho courts attention to the
cotton khaki uniform Instead of the
regular winter khaki which the man
I
wore
woreHe wouldnt be allowed off tho res
I orvatlou In that uniform at this time
of the year tho policeman told thc
I court
Communication with Governors Is
land authorities brought Sergeant
i Lowden who Identified the deserter
FOUR ARRESTS MADE
IN CANLON CITY OREGON
Canyon City Ore Jan IAn offi
clal Investigation Into the death of Or
I ville Snyder who was shot to death
by a band of citizens as ho was being
brought here to bo tried for time mur
i der of Arthur Green last week has
resulted In the arrest of four alleged
members of tho part Additional ar
rests soon will be mado according to
I
the police
Snyder shot and killed Green dur
ing a quarrel and was being brought
hero by a deputy sheriff when a hand
of armed men commanded by Snyder
to alight from the wagon and order
ed tho deputy to drive on Ho had
proceeded but a short distance when
a volley of shots war tired When thn
deputy returned ho found Snydors
bulletriddled body
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o this morning The shook con 0
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o onds the greatest oscillation 0
o occurring at 510 The prlnci O
o pal motion was from east to 0
o west 0
o Officials at the museum say 0
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o weathor as Chicago enjoyed 0
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o Forecaster Cox says that Its 0
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C Coxs + prediction for Chicago 0
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6G Citizens of Washington Are Out Many
Hours Before the Appointed Time for
I Them to Meet the Dead of Nation
I l
I
Wrwhlnglon Jan 1Tho event
I which from almost the first days of
the republic has distinguished the cel
ebration of Iho advent of tho Now
Year in Washington the Presidents
reception at tho White House took on
I a new Interest today as tho first pub
lic reception planned for tho admin
istration of Mr Ta t
On New Years day the White House
doors swing open to all the world and
during tho appointed hours of tho re
ception of citizens the poor and hum
blo pass In review and receive the
clasp of tho chief executive on equal
footing with the richest of the com
munity
The public reception of course al
ways Is preceded by an hour or more
of formality when the President greets
tho members of tho cabinet tho dip
lomats the senators and representa
I tives the high officials of tho govern
ment the officers of the army and
navy and members of tho various civic
organizations who pass through the
famed blueroom at hours especially I
sot apart for them I
Some Idea of tho magnitude to
I
which the Now Years reception at
the White House has grown may be I
had from the fact that President
Roosevelt during tho last two or three
years of his term attained a high wat
ermark of shaking hands with more
than 8000 men and women
The early period of the reception
was made gay and Impressive as us
ual today by tho presence of the dip
lomats In the full dress uniforms of
their rank and distinction In the
i countries from which they are accred
ited Thero were many new faces In
the diplomatic line which was head
I ed by Baron DesPlanches the Italian I
ambassador dean of tho corps In
Washington I
The Introductions were made by
Colonel Spencer Crosby of the army
major domo of the White House as
sisted by Captain Butts Lieutenant
Commander Palmer and others
I Mrs Taft joined the receiving par
ty during the early part of the recop
lion She remained In line until tho
cabinet the supremo court and tho
j diplomatic corps bad paid tholr re
i spects and then retired leaving the
remaining women of tho official par
ty to do the honors
I As usual the public was In evidence
early It being the Presidents first
new rear reception there was great
I pressure for the honor of wishing him
the compliments of the season Tho
I citizen contingent was made up
largely of Washington people The
time for their reception had been
fixed at 1 oclock but three hours
earlier the crowds began to gather
and by 11 oclock tho line stretched
for blocks extending beyond tho
state war and navy department build
Ings and down Seventeenth street
I
I NEW DEVICE
I TO ThROW A
SWITCH
Local railroad men are deeply In
terested In a device which has been
perfected by an eastern man design
cd to enable the engineer of an ap
j proaching locomotive to open or close
a switch at his will controlling the
fiction entirely from tho cab and doing
away with the need of help of switch
men or the delay often resulting
I from waiting for tho throwing of a
switch The doylco Is simple In con
I struction consisting of a system of
levers plnced in a pit between tho
rails and operated byi projections from
the locomotive A lever adjacent to
the right hand rail Is double carry
Ing n counterweight and a hook which
In Its normal condition Is below tho
level of the rail service Upon the
approach of a train about to orator
the siding a projection on the side
of the engine Is made to engage a
small vertical rod beside the track
which operates to throw the hook
above tho surface of the mil Then
upon the advance of the engine tbo I
samo projection engages the hook
pulls It forward and throws tho
switch when a stationary block In
tho path of tho lever causes the dis
engagement of tho lever hook from
tho projection on tho side of tho en
gine and tho hook returns to Its nor
I mal position below the rail and out
of the way of the next locomotive
the switch fining locked In pOslUon by
the counterweight
When the right lever is carried in
one direction to open the switch an
other lover at the left hand rail is
carried In tho opposite direction
Should another engine approach and
the engineer wish to keep to tho
main track he may cause a projection
In tho left of his engine to depress
tho vertical rod at tho loft ialslng
the lefthand hook and pulling It for
ward to close tho switch
Tho device is attracting the atten
tion of western railroad men and It Is
said General Superintendent Park of
the Union Pacific system ias ap
proved tho Invention after a most
thorough Investigation
Omaha Live Stock
Omaha Neb Tau
celptB unchanged J
none markedunchanged Na
Live steers JL < jSOO cows and hclf
t
T
ors 530n52B western steers 360
< G25 etockors and feeders 215
525 calves 35077S
Hogs Receipts 2100 market
steady to stronger Heavy f525fg
835 mixed and light S16826
pigs 700S00
SheepReceipts none market I
steady Yearlings 00rg > 721 > wetly
ers 500 < 3 > r00 ewes 4505GO
lambs 7 S2n8 2C
d NJURED IN n I
I EXPLOSIONi
J i i
i Holiday Travelers Arq j
I Blown Up in
I Montreal i
I rj j
Montreal Jan Twentytoro net j
sons were Injured by tho explosion
I
which wrecked the train platform ae
Placevigor station tho east end ol i
tho cley last night Most oJ the In
juries consist of broken legs Mrs
I
Charles Brunau of Montreal cannot
live Tho explosion was caused bj
the ignition of an accumulation of
gas under tho long wooden platform I j
paralleling tho station
The midnight train oC tho Canadian t
Pacific for Quebec was standing ot
tho tracks adjoining the platform anti
an unusually large number oC holiday
travelers were bidding goodbye to
friends when suddenly a ecoro of then
wore hurled Into the air as 1C shot
from a giant catapult Some vent
straight up twenty or thirty feet
Others wero thrown over the top of
the train and one man with both legs
broken was found on tho roof of one
of the coaches 1
MILLIONAIRE INJURED BY
BY SAN FRANCISCO CARS
I
San Francisco Jan1SH Jcr
myn reputed to he a multimillionaire I
and one of the wealthiest coal mln
operators In tho United States wai t
struck down and probably fatally In
jured by a street car at 215 oclock
this morning
Jermyn with several friends ab
tempted to cross between two cant I
which were going in opposite direc
tions His friends bad narrow es
capes but thc millionaire wag hurled
several feet Und picked up uncon
scious
At thc central emergency hospital
it was found that his skull was frac J r
tured and that ho was probably Inter
nally injured Little hope was hold
out for his recovery early this morn
r
ing
Jermyn Is about FO years old and
has a daughter studying music in Ber
lin He was a guest at tho Fairmont
hotel where ho has been since his
arrival In San Francisco about eix
weeks ago
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MORSE IN 4
TE TOMBS 1 1
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Millionaire Spends His 1
Last Day There Before j
Going to Prison > t
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New York Jan 1Charlos W
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Morse tho convicted banker will be
allowed to spend New Years day In
the Tombs Not until tomorrow
morning will he start for the federal
prison at Atlanta Ga I
Mrs Morse will probably to At i
lanta with her husband She Is Hke I
lyi to remain thero indefinitely As
Bho camo from the couth originally
residence In the Georgia capital will
not bo a Btrango experience to her
and with both her younger sons still
In collage there arc no family ties
to keep her here
JIM FLYNN KNOCKS
OUT JOE WILLIS i
Los Angeles Dec 31Jlm Flynn of t
Pueblo knocked out Joe Willis of San I r t
Francisco In the sixth round of a 1
scheduled tenround battlo hero t o r
nighe j
Willis more than held his own 4in t
the opening rounds and outfought f
Flynn It was one of tho hardest i
slugging matches ever put on here I j
with Willis having the bettor of the t
hitting until tho fifth round Event >
that round oven money was wagered i > I 6
that Willis would win In the 9lxthF t t k
round Flynn rushed Willis and hnlfy r
i knocked half wrestled him to the
i mat Willis took the count of nine ifi >
I and got up only to go down again In 3 J
similar fashion Ho was S y when I
I he arose and a well directed right VI
swing to the jaw put him out < v 7 I

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