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I NO GUESS WORK I WEATHER
FORECAST
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I STANDARD DISPATCHES ARE GENUINE 1 fl
AND GUARANTEED BY THE GREATEST to Uttt t ax UTAH THE INDICATIONS ARE THAT THE
NEWS GATHERING ASSOCIATION IN WEATHER WILL BE GENERALLY FAIR
THE WORLD THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AND COOLER TONIGHT
FORTIETH YEAR NO 2PRICE FIVE CENTS OGDEN CITY UTAH MONDAY EVENING JANUARY 3 1910 Entered as Second Class Matter at the Postoffice Ogden Utah
UAlROAD PRESDNTS CAll AT THE
Ajflflf OUSt AND lEAVE DEJECTED
4 I
Judge Lovett of the ffarriman Lines and
Other Officials of Big Roads Seek to Stop
Adverse Legislation Jut Fail
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Vashlnqtcn Jan President Taft
had an extended conference toduy
with presidents of six of the Mg rail
roads of tho country who had re
quested a hearing with him before tho I
special message dealing with Inter
state commerce law amendments
should bo sent to congress The rail I
road men came to present their lewD I
regarding various phases of the pro
posed recommendations as they have
Cleaned them from the speeches of i
Mr Taft from time to time I
ThoEn attending were Attorney Gen
eral Wirkcrsham President Mellon of
the New York New Haxen Hart
frrd railroad President XIaCrea of the
Pennslvanla railroad President
ovctt of the Union Pacific railroad
am alllwl Hnnlnmn lines President
Dier of tho Philadelphia Reading
railroad President FInley of tho I
Southern Railway and President
Brown of the New York Central I
President Tart listened attentively
to all the presidents had to say but I
did not commit himself In any way
The President told his visitors ho
wrd give their statements duo con
sideration in anything ho might do af
fpctin the railroad Interests Attor
ney General vVlckersbam after tho
conference declared ho could say
nothing absolutely nothing
The railroad presidents were almost
uncommunicative President Brown
of tie New York Central said
Vo came to offer a protest against
the proposed amendment to the Inter
stte commerce law and wo received
a respectful hearing
President FInley of the Southern I
Railway Bald tho protest was gener
ally against proposed railroad legisla
tion at this time The railroad men
mid they had asked for the interview
and that any statements concerning It
must bo necessarily from tho White I
House I
It Is said they sought to convince I
the President that further legislation
at thIs time would upot conditions In
tho railway and industrial world
which generally had been righting
themselves In the last two years I
The railroad men seemed rather do
jected when they left the White
House and it was Inferred tholr mis
sion as far as holdlnp up the Presi
dnts special message was concerned
was a failure
President Tart said after tae confer
ence ho Htlll expected to have his In
torsiate commerce message ready for
congress Wednesday noon
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FOUR MEET DEATHN
ENE1ENT HOUSf FIRE I
Now York Jan 2 Four lives were I
lest and three persons received sc
rlous hurts In a tenement house firo
In Jersey City today I
One man jumped from a fourth
story window and died soon after I
ward A woman was burned to a I
crisp her anna entwined about her
baby A child was rescued by fii
inen but had been Inhaling the flames
and died Those Injured probably will
lecnver The fire Is believed to have
t been of Incendiary origin i
MRS P H IRWIN DIES 1
FROM ASPHYXIATION
Salt Lake Jan 3rord was re
ceived In this city Sunday of tho death
at Bl Paso Tox Saturday night of
Ira P H Irwin wlfo of the former
superintendent of the Rocky Moun
tain Bell Telephone company In Salt
Lake Death waa due to asphyxiation
A telegram watt received from Mr
Irwin by Mrs C W Christensen
mother of the deceased woman who
resides at 230 F street
According to the message received
Sunday Mrs Irwin was overcome
while taking a bath In her home at
El Paso The husband WaR sleeping
at the llmo and when ho awakened
ho found tho lifeless body of his wife
A faulty jet was responsible for tho
R al0 of the 1ns
Mrs Irwin was extremely well
known In Utah and was a native of
Provo Sho was 27 years of age and
had resided in this stale almost con
tinuously until last October when Mr
IrwIn became manager of the South
wester Telephone Telegraph Co
with headquarters at El Paso The
deceased woman leaves a boat of
friends In Utah Her maiden name
was Ethel Snow and In her residence
In Provo and Salt Lake she was a
social favorite
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PROF STEVENS DEAD
Rochester N Y Jan 2ProC Wm
I
Ainold Stevens who for thirty years
was a member of tho faculty of Roch
ester Theological seminary ami was
a writer on philological and biblical
subjects died today
EPDIE VAN VLECK MAY BE
SUSPENDED AS BALL PLAYER
NEW HAVEN Conn lan IEddie
Van Vlock Yale pitcher of last ears
nlue may be suspended In the N 1
Honal commission on a peculiar rul
ing last summer he pitched ono
game for tho Vatcibury team of the
Connecticut league Now Manager Du
rant of Watorbury claim Von Vlock
z can be suspended because after tak
ing money for playing a game ho re
fused to sign a contract
Van Vleck has received off era ta
< r
2
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r Join National and American league
clubs but has heretofore declined i
I them Ho pitched the game at Water I
bury to help out that nine when It I
was crippled for want of pitchers Van
I Vlock Is Bill a leading amateur ball
player
INO Pk SON
fOR iRlS
New York Reform is
Advocated by Board
of Charities
Albanj N Y 1an Declaring
that experience has shown that the I
confinement of girls In prison build
ings arouses a contumacious spirit
and in the cases of many results In
demoralization tho New York state I
board of charities In Its forthcoming
annual report to the legislature will
urge that all girl prisoners bo remov
ed from the oldstyle prison buildings
to cottape prisons which are now
nporaU successfully In connection
with one of the stato training schools
The board says that with this change
the girls will be under bettor disci
pline and llo In a moro pleasant at
mosphere
The cottage system Is explained
In the report Ut follows
Each cottage is practically Inde
pendent and as far as possible ro I
producista the girls the methods unit
spirit of a family home Besides tho I
cottages which should be located In a
compact group arc other buildings
including a chapel an administration
building storehouse hospital
schoolhouse a cottage for mothers
with their babies a disciplinarian
building Ice houses and other minor
structures
The ordinary prison building Is un
attractive within and without and Its
barred windows cells damp and
gloomy halls are depressing It
should give place to a more civilized
and reformative modo of living and
discipline
WORLDS MARKETS
GENERAL GAIN OVER
PRECEDING PRICES
New York Jnn 3Todays first
prIceS of stocks showed general gaina
over the last preceding prices which
were limited to small fractions except
In the caso of some of the low priced
railroad stocks Opening sales of
Rock Island wero of 3000 shares at
fiG 12 and 5ti 31 compared with 54 78
on Friday
Prices wore Inclined to yield after
the opening except Rock Island which
lose above 57
Persistent selling of United States
Steel which depressed It 1 38 to
Sfl n8 created uneasiness among the
traders and there was a general un
loading of tho active stocks Rnck
Island reacted a point from Its best
figures and Reading Southern Pacific
Now York Central and Colorado Fuel
were forced a point below Fridays
closing
Prices reached a considerably lower
level before there was any letup to
the selling and tho resultant lotuses
ran prcttty generally to a point or
more In the most activo stocks Tho
copper group and other spectlAs
wore heavily sold In the second hour
Anaconda losing 2 11 Shortly boforo
midday the market steadied a fraction
and became very quiet
Bonds were steady
Call Money Tigh
New York Jan 3Call money
touched its highest rate In more than
a year on the stock exchange today I
and caused some unsettlement In the
tone of the securities market Open I
ing loam wore made at six per cent
and by tho noon hour had advanced
to seven per cent Before 1 oclock I
eight per cent won laid with small
offerings
The scarcity of money was ascrib
ed to yearend readjustments which
have tied up large amounts of cash
Chicago Close
Chicago Jan 3Closo
Wheat May 113Vi July 102ft
Sept 9SY
Corn Jan C21Sc May CC5So
July 007Sc
I OaLS Jan IPAc May 15c July
43 5Sc
Pork Jan 2143 May 2180
Jiii 21Si 12
Lard Jan 1225 ay 1192 12
Jui 13 > 712 at 1100
Ribs Jan 1140 May 1110 at
114212 July 114212
RIei9 nt SOc
1rlcCnsh B5c at 71 c
Chicago Livestock
Chicago Jan 3 Cattle Receipts
estimated at 20000 market steady to
I lOc blsher beeves 120a785 Tex I
li f2 s
I
as steers 400a500 western steers
OOa120 stockers and feeders 3
OOao 20 cows and heifers 210i5
50 calves 725aflr
Hogs Receipts estimated at 26000
Market generally lOc higher light S
OaS50 mixed I5a8en honvy S
OaS CO rough S30aS 40 good to
choice heavy lOuStiO pigs 7301
835 bulk of sales 35aS55 I
Sheer Receipts estimated at 20
000 market strong native 360aiL 1
00 western 375uGDO yearling C
uOa7S5 lambs native 5 DaSG5
western JGOOaSGO
New York Money
New York Jun 3Money on call
strong and higher G to 10 per cent
ruling rate S per cent closing hid
and offered at 10 per cent Time I
loans firm sixty and 90 days 4 12
pCI coot six months 411 at 12 per
cenL
Close Prime mercantile paper
5 at 5 12 per cent Sterling exchange
weak then strong with actual busi
ness In bankers bUls at 4S3fiO to
18370 for sixtyday bills and at
18G 60 for demand
Commercial bills 48234 to 18338
Bar silver 52 12c Mexican dollars
1lc
Government bonds weak railroad
bonds heavy
Omaha Live Stock
Omaha Nob Jan s Cattle Re
ceipts 3000 market active and 1JC
higher Native steers 100480
cows and heifers 300525 western
steers 325625 stockers and feed
ers 35ift > 525 calves 3505775
Hogs Receipts 3500 market 55
10c higher Heavy 30S10 mixed
and bulk S 25 < gi835 light 820
825
Sheep Receipts 7800 market
steady to stronger Yearlings 6O0j
725 wethers 500 ij GOO ewes J4G5
cfNG5 lambs 325S25
Chicago Produce E
Chicago Jon 3BuetlerSteadv
creameries 273G dairies 2530
Eggs Steady at mark cases in
cluded 24 128 12 firsts 32 prime
firsts 35 I
Chocsc Steady dairies 1G3417
twins 1G1C 12 young Americans
and long horns 1C 12
Sugar
New York Jan 3IWIv sugar
steady lU8ca ado 89 lest 535J
centrifugal 96 test 402 molasses
sugar 89 tout 327 Refined quiot
Coffee spot steady No 7 Rio S 58
at SlllGc j No 1 Santos 9c
Metals
New York Jan fLcad quiet
462 12 at 47212 Copper easy
standard spot 1337 12 at 1G2 12
March 1310 at 1370 Silver
52 l2c
JAMES CHIPMAN HOME
VISITED BY BURGLARS
Salt Lake Jan tWhile Mrs
James Chlprrwm 8r of 335 Fifth axe
nun and her daughter Mrs L E
Harrington wore spending tho holi
days at American Folk the residence
of Mrs Chipman was entered by
burgla and loot to tho value of 200
taken The burglary was reported to
the police by John K Nicholson of
Detective Schultz I
335 E street and
was detailed on the case The police
have no clew to the burglars
An cxaminatlon of the house show
ed that the burglars had laken their
time in ransacking the various rooms
as was evident by the large number
of cigar stumps lying scattered over j
tho carpet Cut glassware silver
waie woolen blankets and a valuable
revolver were among the loot gath I
ered together by the enterprising
burglars I
James Chlpmnn who Is connected
with the Utah National bank left tho
city some time ago to attend to his
various business Interests In Mexi
co and with Mrs Chipman at Ameri
can Fork and the house practically do
Sorted tho burglars had plenty of
tlmo to select the loot they wished
to carry war I
FIRE IN CIGAR STORE I
AT EARLY MORNING I
Salt Lake Tan 3Firo caused from
defective electric wiring started In
the basement of the W A Stickney
cigar store at 229 South Main street
at 318 oclock SundaY morning and
Besides damaging the stock and fix
tures of tho store to the extent of
15000 and the building to the extent
of 1500 drove 220 guests of New
MndHor hotel next door Into the
street Owing to the rare presence
of mind uhown by Edward Beers the
night clerk of the hotel all the guests
succeeded In leaving the building
without excitement or injury usually
Incident to a panic Xo damage was
done to the hotel
FORTYNINER DEAD
St Joseph Mo Jan 2Tbos B
Gordon cousin of Goneral Gordon tho
noted confederate leader died t
He was a fortyniner He returned
to St Joseph at the close of the civil
war and lived hero since
ACTRESS FOUND DEAD
Boston Jan 2AnQg Bonth a fa
molts actress of a famous family was
found dead In a hotel today aged G
> ears She suffered from heart
trouble
BRYAN IN PANAMA
Colon Jan 2 William J Bran
arrived today He immediately took
a train for Panama
FREE PUBLIC LAUNDRY
FOR HOBOKEN N J
New York Jan 3A free public
laundry is one of the Improvements
urged by George Gonznles the new
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Y
mayor of Hoboken In his annual mes
sage to the city fathers
1 am satisfied ho said thai
nothing the city could do would prove
of moro bencllt to the health and com
fort of those who lIe In the tone
mcnt region
BOBSLED CARNIVAL IN
CALDWELL NEW JERSEY
Caldwell N J Jan Caldwells
annual bobsled carnival was hold hero
last night First honors In the Inter
national racos went to Walter B Var
Ian of Xew York who coasted over
the halfmile course at a rate slight
ly better than a mile 1 mlnuto
The town flio dopuitmcnt fjooded
the course which Is a long straight
hill lu the center of the village earl
In the morning It froze as smooth
us glass before nightfall Fifty sled
wore entered for tho races each ol
them carrying a mechanician besides
the driver
Thqre was also a steeplechase raco
ovor a course with artificial hazards
formed of tall snow hummocks This
was won by Canadian oxpert
ll HEALTH
TE CAUSE
Murder and Possible
Suicide in a Colo
rado Town
Pueblo Colo Jan Despondency
from 111 health Is supposed to have
caused a murder and possible suicide
at Buelah 30 miles from here tins
moining as a result of which Mrs
Lottie Walker was killed by bullet
fired bv John IJolton who then shot
himself through the head and physi
cians say he cannot recover
The shooting occurred at the Wal
ker homo whore Bolton had been om
plo edb Mr Walker
It Is said Bolton told Mrs Walker
of his Intention to kill himself and
that she endeavored to take ho gun
away from him and during the strug
gle was shot through the back Bol
ton then fired a bullet through his
right temple Bolton was a consump
SOUT tive POLE
BY BALLOON
Dirigible Has Been Pur
chased for a Journey
of Discovery
ParK Jan 3Messrs Mattlcsseu
and Voltschook officers of tho Rus
sian army today purchased two dirig
ible balloons with capacities of 1400
and 2000 cubic metres with which
they will undertake an expedition to
the south pole The explorers plan to
convey the apparatus by ship as far
south as then ice will peruilu nnd then
proceed In the balloons southward
They will keep in touch with their
ships their base of supplies by means
of a wireless outfit
COULD LIVE ON TWENTY
DOLLARS REST OR WINTER
Now York Jan 30ne of the Ital
ian bootblacks at a big New York
hotel received a 20 goldpioco as a
New Year present from guesL When
tho money was given to the bewild
ered bootblack ho Immediately said
that ho would quit his job at onco
declaring that this was enough to
keep him on easy street for tho
rest of the winter
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o 0
o FORMER U S TREASURER 0
o INDICTED IN WASHINGTON 0
o 0
o Washington D C Jan 3 0
o Former United States Troas 0
o uior J N Huston with offices O
o in New York Samuel Graham 0
o ham of Montreal Canada Har 0
o vey M Lewis and Everett Dn 0
o four of this city were today Q
o Indicted on the charge of con 0
o spiracy and of using tho malls 0
o for fraudulent purposes 0
o 0
OCOOOOO GO OOOOOOOO
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o 0
o EXCITIN GCHASE 0
o AFTER ROBBERS 0
o 0
o Chicago Jan 3 An exciting 0
o chase through the snow and Ci
o a revolver battle between two 0
o robber who attempted to rob 0
o the postofflcc and residents of 0 I
o Norwood Park a suburb today 0
o resulted in the capture of one 0
o robber and the wounding of the 0
o other 0
o 0
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3 TWO PRISONERS ELECTRO 0
D CUTED AT SING SING 0
o 0
o Oflining X Y Jan 3Two 0 I
o murderers were electrocuted at 0
o the Sing Sing prison today 0
o within a few moments of each 0
O other They were William 0
o Morse who had killed a Brook 0
o lyn policeman and John Dare 0
o hut who killed a follow Ital 0
o Ian In Mlddletown 0 I
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MRSo MORSE I
STEADfAST
She Has Resolved to Get
I Her Husband Out
of Prison
I
New York Jan 3lr5 Charles W
Morse who follows her husband to
day to Atlanta to visit him in his cell
at the federal prison there and will
take up at once In earnest the fight
I for his freedom Mrs Morse continues
jto declaro her belief that 1 crying In
Justice has been done the former I
banker and refuses to believe that he
will be compelled to serve out hIs sea
tence of fifteen years confinement
r Irs Morses offorl3 will be warmly
racconded by his counsel Martin W
Littleton who reiterated today his
declaration that ho has by no means
given up his fight for Morses liberty
Atlanta aG Jan Chailes AV
tMorso arrived here at 1040 today
from New York Accompanied by the
liwo New York detectives Morse hur
Vledly left the train from the sldo of
the station which was crowded with
a curious throng eager to gel a low
of the New York banker
On arriving at ttc prison Morse
was taken to the prison office whore
iio gavo the Information necessary for
the prison record
1 Later In the day he will exchange
his dark business ault for tho striped
garb
I
THE CALL OF THE WILD
I IN NEW YORK SCHOOLS
New York Jan 3Tho call of the
I wild will soon be heard In the New
York public schools Phonographic
records of tho grunts bellowlngB and
I growllngs of the animals In the Bronx
zoological gardens are being propai
ed for use In the kindergarten and
primary grades Accompanying each
r cord will be a short lecture
ROOSEVELT PARTY REPORTED
ARRIVE AT HOIMA
lloima Uganada Jan 3The Am
erican Naturalist expedition arrived
hero today and reported all well
Wlille in camp at Klsingo Colonel
Roosevelt killed a bull elephant which
had tusks weighing 110 pounds Tho
expedition wjll leave tomorrow for
Butlab27 miles distant
MRS HELEN BOYLE fILL
BOYLEILL
ILL IN PRISON
Plttaburg Pa Jan tJlrs HolD
Boyle convicted with her husband
James Boyle of kidnaping Willie
Vhltla of Sharon and now serving a
25year sentence In the Western Penn
sylvania penitentiary here Is serious
ly ill as a result of an attack of ap
pendicitis
WRIGHT BROTHERS UPHELD
Buffalo N Y Jan 31udI0 Hazel
In he United States court today
I granted the preliminary injunction
Qflkcd for by the Wright Brothers
against the HerringCurtis company
and Glenn II Curtis restraining them
from manufacturing and selling aero
planes
I
fOREMAN Of
I GRAND JURY
John D Rockefeller is a
White Slave In
vestigator
I
Now York Tan 3 John D Rocke
feller Jr was today sworn as a fore
I man of a grand jury the special mis
sion Oi which will bo an Investigation
of tho socalled whiteslave traffic
When Judge OSullivan observed Mr
Rockefellers name among those
drawn for tho special grand Jury he
Immediately asked him to assume tho
foromanship Mr Rockefeller begged
to ho excused pleading ill health and
a stress of personal business matters
Ve have a vory important Inquiry
to pursuo said Judge OSulllvan
and I believe that you owe the com
munity this duty
Mr Rockefeller withdrew his ex
cuse and was sworn In as foreman
Ho will meet with the special grand
jury each weekday during the month
or until the body Is ready to make Its
report to the courL
Judge OSulllVau In his address to I
the grand jury directed that the I
whlteslaxc traffic be thoroughly In
vestigated
It Is not enough that wo should
await federal action or seek new leg
Ifilation salt tho justice The or
I hating law IB adequate to punish sme
chic offCII8lR If you find that active
agents in tho commission of many of
these offenses have been acting un
der the direction of others or that
others have dltectly or Indirectly pro
cured them of any offense such per
sons are equally as guilty as the ac
tlvo participants And the fact that
such other portIons arc not or were
not at the time within tho state oC
New York docs not deprive you of
jurlhdlctlon
RACING MEN ARE OPTIMISTIC
New York Jan 3An optimistic
Jow of the racing situation IB ex
pressed In a statement from racing
secretaries made public today
The coming season according to
the statement will be a profitable on >
to horEomon Last year 1012800 I
was handed out to owners For Inn
i
It Is cftimated that tho snm will
reach 1435000 There Is tolJo a
large increase In the number of rac
ing days and the Brighton Beach
tracks will again enter the Held and
distribute about 100000 I
MOTHER AND AUNT OF
OCEY SNEAD ARRAIGNED I
New OrangcNJ Jan 3Mrs
Mary Snead Miss Virginia Wardlaw
and Mrs Caroline D Martin mother
inlaw aunt and mother rcspoctlbely
of Ocoy Sncad will be arraigned hore
early this week to plead to Indict
mcnta charging them with murder
Prosecutor Molt will ask that some
day in January or early In February
be set for the beginning of the trail
It waR announced today Fletcher W
I Sncad husband of the dead woman
will not figure in tho trial He was
located some time ago In 3L Cath
erines Ont and New Jersey detect
ives have been In that city since Sat
urday trying to Induce him to attond
Thies have reported to the prosecutor
bv telegraph that their mission Is
I unsuccessful
BREAKfAST
I fOOD fRAUD
Disclosed by a Recent
Wreck of a Freight
Train
I
Chicago Jan 3The Chicago Fed
oration of Labor yesterday adopted
resolutions calling upon the National
Pure Food commission to Investigate if
peanut shells constitute the basic ele
ment in the manufacture of breakfast
foods In a recent freight train
wreck it was discovered that several
curs consigned to breakfast food con
I
cerns wore loaded with peanut shells
I from the peanut butter factories in
the south said President John S
Fllzpalrick
fUllS lltR
SON NalA W
Aged Woman Proves
to Be a Good
Shot
Dresden Tenn Jan 3Clarence
Carne faced his G5yoarold mother
inlaw In a revolver duel last night
and was killed
Mrs Sarah Griffith the motherin
law had met Carney In the front yard
of a neighbor to discuss a quarrel of
long standing The discussion became
I heated revolvers flashed and Carney
Ircd three limos nt the aged woman
Although one bullet struck her In
fhe hip producing a serious wound
she stood her ground firing five times
before her soninlaw sank to the
ground dead Mrs Griffith was ar
rested
About a year ago Carneys wife com
mitted suicide by drinking carbolic
acid
OFFICIAL LIGHT ON
VIOLATION OF LAWS
I
New York Jan 3 Official light I
was thrown today upon the extent of I
the violations of tho election laws in
New York City by figures for the
year in the report of William Lcary
superintendent of elections Thirty
three convictions wore obtained In
1909 the largest number In any ono
year since the office of superintend
ent of elections was eieated There
were 493 arrests and 7G Indictments
and 243 cases still await action by tho
grand jury l
Charges were preferred against 15
election officers and 27 of these off
cia Is uero removed
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BURNING SNOW CAUSES
DEATH OF CHILD
New York Jan 3 Burning snow
the artificial Christmas tree variety
caused the death here of Julia
Karl i 9yearold Harlem girl Julia
was lighting up her troo on Now
Years night when a match dropped
Into a box of Imitation snow Her
clothing caught fire and she died as
a result of the bums late last night
JUMPED FROM ROOF OF
SIXTH STORY TENEMENT
I New York Jun 3 Samuel Paris
aged 53 committed suicide late last
night lv jumping from the roof of 1
slvstory tenement Nearly every
bono in his body was broken Paris
lived with a daughter Ho had been
ill and bad talked of suicide fre
quently
IMPORTED JERSEYS
I
New York Jan 30ne of the fin
est herds of Jerseys ever Imported
has arrived on the steamer Mlnne
waska The 110 animals are bound for
the farm of T E Council of Vundalla
III Among them Is the champion
cow Fortress which was this year ad
judged the best cow In England
REV GEOL WILLIAMS
DIES AT BINGHAMPTON
Binghampton N 1 Jnn 3Rev
George I Williams principal of the
Hartford Collegiate institute here
died today
NEGROES MAY ECOME
WHITE BY NEW METHOD
ROM on Jan 3 Q T Simpson he
fore the American Association for the
t
TAMMANY IS I
OVERLOOKED
Mayor Gaynor Names
Only On Man for
Office I
New Yoik Jan 3Cbilly comfort
was found ur Tammany Hail and div
ers political organisations In the ap
pointments today which Mayor Gay
nor has matl6 to his municipal fam
ily and there was evidence at the
city hall to indicate that the horde
of place seekers may expect little if
their claims for fcc depend on any
political backing Of nine appoint
ments made yesterday only one went
to a Tninmany man Rhlnclanrtcr Wal
do selected as fire commissioner
Mayor Gaynor in making Known part
of his slate bad some kind words for
Leader Murphy which caused one dis
trict leador to remark
Wo dont want anyi verbal bou
quets What wo want Is offices
Herman Iliddor editor of the Staats
Zlotung today declined the tender of
the office of park commissioner
Major Gamer came early to Now
York and as he entered the city hail
was puzzled whore to find his office
Which way do I go he asked a
watchman
IMPORTANT CONFESSION
FROM AN EMPLOYE I
New York Jan 3The federal
prosecutors who are preparing the su
gar fraud cases for trial have just
secured an important confession from
a former employe of the American
Sugar Refining company which will
It Is said add greatly to the strength
of their position This announcement
was made hero today although tho
name of the former employe wan not
given to the public
With this confession as their chief
weapon the government will endcaor
to get the court to Impose the limit
penalty prescribed by law for the mon
already convicted The maximum pen
alty is four years in prison and 10
000 flue
The securing of the confession was
followed by a prolonged session of the
federal grand jllI and it Is reported
that additional indictments were
found According t the government
attorneys the confession Is 8 com
plete that ven little regarding tho
frauds remainto he cleared
fruds remailto > up
MANUFACTURERS SEND SOME
RESOLUTIONS TO CONGRESS
Now York Jan 3The National
Association of Manufacturers has I
adopted resolutions urging upon con
gress the immediate passage of an
ocean mail bill which will provide
for sufficient postal compensation to
establish a swift and regular sen ice
in Americanbuilt steamships to tho
principal countries of South and Cen
tral America and to the ports of Aus
tralasia Japan and the Philippines A
statement accompanying tho resolu
lone says
In all our ports with the Atlantic
and Pacific the flags of Great Britain
Japan and other countries are flaunted
In our faces Are we building a canc1
across Panama at a cost of perhaps
half a billion for the use of others
T Is a national humiliation t learn
that only one American merchant ship
passed through the Suez canal In IfluS
and that at Copenhagen the largest
port on tho Baltic our flag was last
seen on a merchant vessel eighteen
years ago
OSCAR HAMMERSTEIN MAY
ACCEPT AID OF WEALTH
New York Jan 3Jn order to main
tain his organization and obtain the
operatic goal sought when his Man
hattan Opera company was formed
Oscar Hammerstejn Intimated last
nijzht that his next step might he to
accept offers received from several
millionaires who stand ready to join
him IP his enterprise
q have always boon averse to a
directorate composed of men other I
than myself paid Mr Hammorstein
fclbut I may mind you I nay I may
Pcido to accept the assistance which
has been offered me
n twontyfour hours r can gather
about mo a coterlo o men who will
prove as strong allies financially as
those who are supporting my chief
rival
GOVERNOR HUGHES WILL
RENEW RECOMMENDATIONS
Albany N Y Jan r Governor
Hughe will send his fourth nnnual
message to the New York state leg
islature on Wednesday when the sen
ators and assemblymen who are en
enact the state laws of 1910 will as
semble at noon for the opening of the
133rd annual session The governor
Is expected to renew many of his
former recommendations including
those calling for direct primary nom
inations and ballot reform New York
City charter revision an extension of
the powers of the public service com
missions to include jurisdiction over
telephone and telegraph companies
liability law amendments
employers Hablty o
and automobile legislation
CITY COUNCIL UPHELD BY
THE SUPREME COURT
Washington D C Jan 31n nn
opinion by Justice Day tho supreme
court of the United States held today
to bo valid the ordinance adopted by
the city council of the city of Minne
apolis Minn In 1007 requiring tho
Minneapolis Street Railway company
to sell six tickets for 25 cents
MINE CLOSES INDEFINITELY
Pnrdo Pa Tan 3 Alleging that
it is cheaper to buy coal to fill pres
ent contracts than to operate the
mine at the rato of wapcs demanded
bv the men the officials of fie En
terprise mine have closed the mile
indefinItely j
I
Advancement of Science declared
that eventually tho d knklnie
races can become light and the Uilft
or people darker in hue I
My experiments with plants and
nnlmalb said Mr Simpson havo
show that onco a perfect control > <
can be made over chromosomes the
lifegiving forces of color injections > x 1
or baths can be made Which will re
suit in future generations becoming
lighter or darker as may ho desired
The blackest negro can be made
into a perfect albino by this procbaSc
TWO GOOD MEN TO MEET r
BATTLING NELSON f < t
Plttsburg PO Jan 3NegoUntfo1 fl
were opened here tod ro12at
maker Jimmy Dimq for the appear
ance hgrc the latter part of the nontk
or early In February of Bat1inj v f
son and Owen oralhe I l t t
lightweight Tho names of twoj i
men to meet the Battler anth
Englishman have been secured U
are Hugh Madole the f t glh r
of this city and Jimmy Dttnn oC hi i
ensUe < 7 J
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COLD 4E4L1 I
IS COMIMJ 1
Fortyfour Degre Bk r 1
low Zero in the
Northwest L t
Washington D C Jan 3
Jan
Ool
the aorthwest In coming a 1
ts
cold wave which weather bureaxjtoffl
clals promise will spread durineStho
ddlri r
next thlrtj six hours ovefTUieTentlfa
country cat of the Mlsalsslpplrlyer
t eastern Florida vf Ir
Appearing in the extrernoj6tj
west today the Arcticlike wverfc
attended by tho coldest vreathVr of
the season in that region A tempera
turo of 11 degrees below zero temPr
on tho thermometer at PrInl
hert Saskatchewan early todayjvand
zero temperatures were roportidTfrob
the northern plain states U nob
era Rocky Mountain regtaiTanattha
northern portion of the plateaun f
glen
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BLACK nAND
IN NEW YOR 1
Attempt Made to Blow
Up a Tenem nt
H ouse j J
New York Jon rsmc peri1
wore knocked down and so to
day and 160 tenants were much alarm
ed by an attempt of blackband w 4
to blow up C Christie stroottonanwBi
house A quantity of dnrnta4 J
exploded under the first floor t1
c > p fIr floorsttlrj d
way I
waGreat holes wore rippedila th1
floor tho nearby walls were tbitfardj
tho wholebuldln was badly 8hatow
and tenants ran Into thcstr i Nar3
one was Injured seriously howevw
Threatening letters demanding JiA
000 had been received recatty Tcr
grocery firm which operat oR tbi
srocn whlchoprto
ground floor V y aic
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PEACE FOR CHINESE I i t
Sacramento Cal Jan PeCe
has boon declared between O 1
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and Yoe tongs accordlngtn
lion received by local me <
the warring Jacdontf Sp V1
RenRorR haw heeu sentout
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headquarters In Sn Franc I r
inS all guntoon and haf Ii k 1
dltsarm following a comp tr3 r
aratlojB for the Chinese rt I
which had been dropped wof
the tons troubles have re9C
od among the occasional L UiCfl
and will be celebrated be Je
ruary 9lh and lasting t
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