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Nothing ReservedAll Fancy Suits and Ovecroats Reduced
25c 10 50e on the Dollar I
ijr If you would save money on a good suit this is your opportunity and it is up to you to take immediate advantage of it
ii Get here early If you put it off it may be too late to secure just the suit you want
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I SPORTS I
AD WOLGAST THE
1 MAN fOR NELSON I
h Jf The day after his fight with Joe
Cans at Goldfield the Illustrious but
tomporarlly bedrld < lon Bat Nelson
brushed aBide the sonbrotlfl lady who
was applying liniment to his sore
nose and said I dont admit that
I was licked this time but some day
c some young feller will como along
and I will pet it and got It good
l It Is not at all unlikely that the
young feller has arrived
If any boy now alive can defeat tho
Tcrriblo Dane It Is the little Dutch
boy Ad Wolgnat
In these days when a prize fight
championship has a money value
reaching Into large fortunen the ap
pearance of a possible champion on
r the hortwra is an event to be herald
ed with due hilarity also solemnity 1
K this fellow Wolgast beats Nelson
In their coming fight It will change
his lortunco from the precarious ex
istence of a porkandbean fighter
to the velvet life of a man of fortune
Tho championship for which he Is
i to fight has an estimated cash value
pt 60000 with the prospect oi mul
tiplying that sum many times
Temperament has a largo part to
play In any kind of fighting VVolgnst
fights like Nelson
He has the same cool unangcred
l lust for combat His people must
p have como from the south of Germany
for ho Is of the typo of the Latinized
Teuton It gives him the fierce vic
I ious aggressiveness of the Latin and
the cold unexoltod determination of
the Touton
t Like Bat Nelson the hcxji actually
likes to fight Also like Nelson he
would Just as cheerfnlltri fight In a
street car or on a street corner In
tho most savage minutes of a fight a
jpleased smile not the soubrotte I
8mflo or the stagey prize fighter hut
f tho grin of a boy having bully good
f time plas over his face
I Wolgast hap the typical face of the
fighter His hair grows In a thick
coarse mat low over his eyes They
are ibluegray eyes deep sunken In
BCnitable His Jaw Is strong and
hcavyv but not brutal The picture
B > finished by a broken nose which
lies mashed down on his face
t iLlko Bat Nelson ho wades In with
his head down and his elbows sprawl
ed out shaking oft punishing blows
with the toss and flIng of a wet dog
Although unlike Nelson however
he is a vicious clever boxer His
best blow h a whip with the left just
aa ho Is coming out of a clinch A
fighter who does his best work just as
he is breaking a clinch Is ono who Is
absolutely undismayed I
Nelson has been the unconquerable
champion mainly because ho has what I
little Wolgast hasthe heart and
the undismayed unmoved courage
Pie doosut know what discouragement
means Nelson always gets the worst
of the fight from the first round on un
til his antagonist gives up and loses on
utter despair at seeing the little tow
headed boy rush back for more blows
and more hurts
When Bat Nelson meets this little
boy Wolgast it will be like Nelson
meeting his other hut younger clever
selfFor
For the first time since he met Joe
Gans Mister B Nelson Is about to go I
up against a live one
And oven Joe Cans is different
The colored boy was the finished art
ist the sagacious rln strategist the
old master of the prize ring who
wasted all his science on a tough
bullet head which shook off his blowa
and fought on with the pleased grin
of a bull terrier
BARNSTORMING NOT FAVORED
BY RUELBACH OF THE CUBS
Chlcasp Jan OBa players are
not unanimous on lihe proposition
hat the new baseball contract forbid
ding barnstorming Is a hardship to
the players Ddw M Ruelbach Chi
cago National league pitcher Is one
of those who thinks the agreement
will be of benefit to tho men who
play the game
F think the new contract IB all
right in the main said tho pitcher
yesterday By playing In unseason
able weather one is liable to Injure
himself permanently
TURK MUST THROW THE
POLE TWICE IN HOUR
Chicago Jan 20 Mahmout and
Zbyszsko agreed yesterday to meet
Sunday but tho place for the bout
was not mode public Only those di
rectly interested In tic affair will be
admitted The conditions call for
Mahmout to throw the Pole twice In
an hour or forfeit the match The
Rum of 1000 is In the hands of the
stakeholder E W Smith and the
referee has been picked
UTAH AGGREGATION TO
COMPETE WITH NATIONALS
Chicago Jan 20 CharleR A Dean
chairman of the National A A IT
championship basket ball committee
announced yesterday that the unlim
ited championships would be had at
the First regiment armory March 17
18 and 19 As an Incentive to bring
tho best teams together In this meet
Ing Dean has offered to pay part of
the expenses of tho Montreal th
c of Canada the Birming
ham Ala team one of the strongest
aggregations In the south tho Salt
Lako City Y M C A which has
had an unbeatable team In the last
few ocars and the San Francisco A
C which Is represented by one of the
strongest teams on the coast
COLLEGES TO FORM AN
AERONAUTICAL ASSOCIATION
New York Jan 20In response to
a challenge from the ero club og Co
lumbia university an Intercollegiate
aviation meet is being arranged for
June Tho colleges thus far represent
ed are Columbia Harvard Yale Am
herst and the University of Pennsyl
I
van in
It has been suggested by the Uni
versity of Pennsylvania an inter
collegiate aeronautical association be
formed The Pennsylvania represent
atives think that areoplanlng will soon
he put on the same basis as football
nd other college sporats
JOHNSON SIGNS UP
FOR PARIS ENGAGEMENT
Now York Jan OJack Johnson
has completed negotiations for a Par
Is engagement September next with
Joe Jeanette The articles of man
agement which already have Jean
ettes signature will be signed by
Johnson today
NELSONWOLGAST FIGHT
Los Angelen Cal Jan 20 Thomas
McCarey Is preparing to stage the
NelsonWolsost fight for the light
weight championship hero on Febru
ary 22 Hester of San Francisco not
having received a permit McCaroy
Is In telegraphic communication with
Nelson
O8Rln LOSES
TO At KAUFMAr
Philadelphia Penn Jan 19JlCk
OBriens ring generalship tonight
saved him from a terrible beating ana
a possible knockout at the hands of
AI Kaufman of San Francisco In a
sixround bout before the National
Athletic club tonight
At the close of the fight both men
I were bleeding from nose and mouth
and OBrien had a badly swollen eye
Kaufman however was In far bet
J ter condition than the PhiladelphIan
r
INTERESTING fACTS O F NEW YK CHi
I 3
NE baby born every three and
ONE minutes every day In
year Is the way New York did So it scorns that organic heart trouble is next
I her shnro In 1907 toward the propa s
gation of the human species Deaths
1 occurred only at the rate of one In to I consumption in the cause of deathsand yet
five and onethird minutes and from
that It will be seen that the bI
would be able to crow with consider big city people will continue to drink coffee when the
able rapidity oven If Immigration I
ceased Accidents last year result ablest men in the medical profession have time
I ed In 3919 deaths there were 2SI
murders and 711 suicides There was
i a marriage every eight and onethird and again stated that caffeine in coffee is frequently
minutes Tho largest alnglo cause
of death was consumption which hurt
8999 victims Organic heart discuses quently the direct causeof orgamc heart rouble
caused 7237 deaths Human Life
ttfJJ1P
Well informed physicians will tell you that SOME HARD KNOCKS
Woman Gets Rid of Coffee Heart
Thu injurious action of coffee on
tho heart of many persons IB well I
1 Mli known by physicians to be caused by
PO S T U M caffeIne Thin IH the drug found by
19 ZJ I rhonilRts In coffee and lea
w L1 A woman suffered a long time with
ccvore heart trouble and finally her
doctor told her she must give up cof
fee as that was the principal cause
of tho trouble She writes
4 Is a food beverage when boiled for 15 minutes My heart was so weak it could not
do Its work properly My husband
t Builds up coffeeworn nerves and tissues would sometimes have to carry me
Irom the table and It would seem that
I would never breathe again
strengthens the heart clears the brain andniakes
Thc doctor told mo that coffee
wap causing the weakness of the
bile red red blood of good health lioarl Ho said I must stop It but
it seemed I could not glvo It up until
t 1 1 was down in bed with nervous pros
i The real proof of anything in the testing tration
S For eleven weeks I lay there and
i > suffered Finally husband brought
so why not quit coffee forten days or two weeks homo some Postum and I quit coffee
r and started new and right Slowly
and drink Post mY0U can prove the facts for 1 got well Now I do not have any
headaches nor those spells with weak
ic heart Ve know it Is Postum that
yourself
I helped mo The Dr snld tho either
day I never thought you would be I
t what you arc I uport to weigh 92
n 9 pounds and now I weigh 15S
Tb ere s a RcsO9 Poslum has done much for mo nnd
I on1d not go hnc 10 coffee again
for any mono for I believe it would
kill inn If I kept at It Postum must
be wellboiled like directions on pkg
say then it has a rich flavor and
f with cream Is fine Read The
Postum Cereal Company LtcJ I V 1 j Road to VellvllIe found in pigs
There a ReasOn
Battle Creek Mich U S A
There was a tedious delay in getting
started because aKufman insisted en
the gloves being weighed
When tho bell mug for the opening
the men rushed to a clinch and in the
breakaway OBrien sent two straight
lefts to tho nose Kaufman rushed his
opponent around the ring but OBrien
would stop suddenly and Jolt a hard
right or left to the face There was
little damage dono In tho first round
but In the second Kaufman drove hlo
right under OBriens heart and I
crossed a left to the Jaw causing Jack
to clinch The minute rest helped I
OBrien and he had all tho advantage
of the third round His exertions
seemed to weaken him however and I
had It not boon for big clinching In
tho fourth round OBrien probably
would have been knocked out About
tho middle of this round Kaufman
drove a wicked right to the wind and
hooked a vicious left to the chin
OBrien dropped to his knees and
when he arose rushed to a clinch
His cleVor foot work saved him In
the fifth and sixth rounds OBrien
would not allow the CalIfornIan to
got sot Tho PhIladelphian would jab
tho nose with a left and then rush
to a clinch before Kaufman could
land with effect In tho mlrtdlo of 1
the sixth round Kaufman caught
OBrien coming In and almost lifted
him off his feet with a upper cut
OBrien clinched and saved hlmlclf
It is doubtful whether OBrien could
have lasted another round oven with
his brilliant foot work Kaufman
gave his weight at 195 OBrien said
ho weighed 165
SAL LAKE AND I
STATE NEWS
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fPISCOPUANS
STATE MEET
Salt Lake Jan 19one hundred of
the most prominent Episcopalians In
this city and state gathered at tho
festal board In the Cullen hotel Tues
day evening I honor of the Right Rbv
F S Snalding D D bishop of he
Episcopal church In Utah on tIn com
pletion of the fifth year of his episco
pate and to welcome the Vcy Rev
S R Collnday the new dean of Sts
Marks cathedral given by the church
men of the missionary district of Utah
I under the auspices of the St Pauls
Mens club of this city Tho gathorlnc
Included the Right Rev Bishop Spaldl
Ing Dean Colladay of 51 Marks cath
edral Rev Charles E Pcrknu of St
Pauls church Rev Paul JOUPS nnd
Dev D Jones of Logan Rev T T
Denhart of Prove Rov W W Fleetwood
I
wood of Ogden Rev M J Hcnrscy of I
White Rocks Prof George M Mar
shall of the University of Utah Major
WIlkes M H Walker Judge Rltchlo
Row M W Rice Rev W F Buckloy
and many others
The tables woro set In the convon
tiona letter U shape with the base
of the letter nt the north end of rh j
cafe where Rector C K Perkins ot
St Pauls church presided as toast
master At his right sat the bishop
as the specIal guest of hoot at his
I left was Dean Collnflay the other
guest of honor with Judge nitchio t
the left of the dean Visiting clergy
men wore ranged to the right and the
left whllo down the tables rat proml
I
neat citizens clad in their happiest
I clnin addition to their evening
dress There were no rlsrointlons
I hut then none wore ronlly ncednd
the prevailing good humor And enjoy
I ment of the occasion proving oil that
I was necessary In that line
I When the yearnings of the inner
I man had been given full rein The fol
lowing program was carried out
Toastmaster
Rov Charles E Perlclno
St Pauls Church
I Prof George M Marshall
Our Own Field
Rev Paul Jones
I St Marks Cathedral
lodge M L Ritchltj
Tho Old and the New
NeDenn
Dean S R Colladay
Church of the Good Shepherd
H C Tavoy
Retrospect and Prospect
Bishop F S Spsldlug
President J W Gates of the St
Pauls Mens club introduced Rector
j Perkins as the presiding ponluc and
toastmaster of the evening Mr Per
I kins spoke briefly of the occasion of
I the dinnor and of the growth of lhn
I Episcopal church in Uiah undor the
J guidance of Bishop Spaldlng Tin nlto
poke of the significance of the corn
i ing of the new dean of St Marks
cathedral succeeding Doan Brownie
now bishop of western Colorado
While much had been accomplished
I much remained to be done sal it
would be done under the intelligent
and energetic administration of till
present bishop
The toastmaster then Introduced
Prof Marshall of the university who
I eulogized Bishop Spaldlngs episcopate
I aud ho work he was accomplishing In
I Utah R v Paul Jones a Yale 1002
graduate gave a good account f his
stewardship In Sl Johns mission at
Logan of which he Is In charge and
referred In a complimentary vein to
what Bishop Spaldlnp had done for
his special field of labor up north
Judge Ritchie of the district court
formerly colonel o the First Infantry
N G U reviewed tho work done if
S1 Marks parish wInch was progress
ing satisfactorily under the adminis
I
tration of Dean Collaway The latter
In his address eulogized the west with
its atmosphere of freedom Its pu h
and enterprise and Inspiration jf Its
environment Ho exprefispd hla pleas
ure at being brought Into iuch cur
roundlngtj In general and In particu
lar with his new charge of which he
felt that he could Justly entctaln the
best and highest hopes Ho was glad
to meot with the best known members
and workers of the I Episcopal church
in Utah The occasion gave him In
spiration In his labors and he felt
sure that the associations thus profitably
ably begun would continue to gratify
ing fruition
H C Tavey the local roprpnentn
tlvc of Marshall Field Co gave an
interesting narrative of tho good ac
compllshcd by the Church of the Good
Shepherd at Ogden and tho sppaklnr
closed with well received remarkd
from Bishop Spalding on Retrospect
and Prospect Ho reviewed the work
of the Episcopal churcH in this mis
sionary district since the death of
Bishop Leonard In a hopeful vein and
spoke optimistically of the future out
look Ho expressed sincere thanks for
the banquet tendered him r was a
close to the fifth year of his episco
pate that was Indeed flattering an
honor that he appreciated highly and
could never forgot It would Inspire
him to further and greater effort In
the future The second period of five
years would witness stronger efforts
than over on his part for the further
ance of the cause of the church In
this part of the country
The speaking was so interesting
that no account was made of how
the time flew by as though sugges
tive of the quotation from Paradise
Lost
Now morn her rosy steps In th
eastern clime
Advancing sowd the earth with
Orient pearl
When Adam wakd customod for his
sleep
Aery light from pure digestion
bred
STREET CAR FARES
TAKEN BY ROBBER
Daring Holdup on Waterloo tine in
Which Two Desperadoes Take
Part
Salt Lake Jan 20Two desperate
holdups swung onto rapidly moving
Waterloo street car No 3C6 on Fifth
East between Eleventh and Twelfth
South streets at 1258 oclock this
morning as it was making Its last
trip Into the city held up nnd robbed
the conductor Philip J Kunkcl of
310 Eleventh East street of 1500
street ear tickets and transfers and
a gold watch valued at H and then
swung off the still fastlymovlng car
and ebcoped In the darknesa
All tho while tho motorman A D
Harrison who lives on Eighth East
street between Seventh and Eighth
South streets was In blissful Ignor
ance of what was happening His
surprise when the conductor told him
of the robbery can better be Imag
ined than described
The holdup occurred In the neigh
borhood of Fourth avenue As tho
car approached the avenue the motor
man observed two men standing at
the crossing as If they wished to
board the car and he slackened his
speed slightly The back car cur
tains were down and when the car
slackened speed Conductor Kunkcl
opened the rear door to see If his
supposed passengers had gotten safe
ly aboard
Throw up your hands and be quick
about I was the unexpected greet
ing from the taller and seemingly
older of the two men nolther of
whom was masked
As Kunkel saw no weapon he mere
ly smiled
This aroused the bad mans Ire and
he snarlml
T H
u u
I Doth highwaymen accompanied tho
snarl with the drawing of revolvers
Then tho taller and older of the men
pushed his way Into the car search
Ing Kunkel while the other stood
guard over him with drawn revolv
or Tho searcher also held his gun
on the conductor with one hand while
he searched him with the other
Without parting words the men
swung off the cur as It approached
Eleventh South street and disappear
ed Kunkcl immediately told bin mo
tornian of the holdup and the two In
turn notified both the police and tho
sherIffs office One of the two hold
ups appeared to be about twentyfive
years old while the other was slight
iy younger Kunkcl says One wore
C light overcoat while the other wore
a hunting coat
Causes Sickness
Good Heath Impossibe with
a Disordered Stomach
I
There is nothing that will create
I nSckncos or cause more trouble that
a disordered stomach and many peo
plo dally contract serious maladies
simply through disregard or abuse of
the stomach I
te
We urge every ono suffering from
any stomach derangement indies I
tion 0 dynsepsln whether nettle or
chronic to try Rcxall Dyspepsia Tab I
lets with the distinct understanding
hat we will refund tholr mono with
out question or formality if after
reasonable use of this medicine thc >
nro not satisfied with the results We
recommend them to our customers
every day and have vet to hear of
any one who has not been benefited
by them Throw sizes 25c 50c and
100 a box Sold In Ogden only at
our store Tho Rcxall Store T H
Ccrr corner Grant and 25th
NEGLECT
CHILDREN
OF 06DEN
The ladles of tho Childs Culture
club lad a interesting Culurc
day afternoon last rt tbt home of Mrs
ohn Fair Corner of Adams avenue and
Canyon road
Juvenile Judge Gunnell upon Imita
tion appeared and thy ladies
gave tl huleg it
talk about Dependent and Neglected
Children what necdu lo lie done how
to do i exposition and explanation of
the law respecting such children nnd
how the of Ogden beat
people can btt or
ganize and act under the law and with
the advantages given by the law and
how best to aid the juvenile court pur
Chant to the provisions of the statute
The judge told tho ladles that there
are young children In Ogden who
without being at fault themselves but
being Iho innocent victims of the
faults of others tho misfortunes of
others the sickness of others or the
situate of others need aid need care
Jell in sonui cases to be removed
from present places of abode and
need to bo put Into different better
hands that In some cases the entire
family Hhould bo ao assisted that homo
conditions of the children would be
clmuged Improved and the family life
I
demoted
I was stated thatwherever It could i
bo arranged for a child to remain with
parent or one parent and have a do
cent chance reasonably safe and do
cent surroundings and under favor
able Influences It Is best hut where
home conditions and parental control
mean dcgrcdatlon Intolerable dis
tressing port Immoral tone and
general bad atmosphere the child
should bu taken In hand by the ju
venile court and be put into more
promising environment I was then
shown how the law makes most re
markable nnd encouraging provisions
encouraEng
for Indies and others of sympathetic
mind and good heart and liberal in
clinations toward the unfortunate and
s nferlng in our midst to supply the
n ans and prepare the place for the
reception of such children from the
court and tho future care and disposi
tion of them
I was declared that our country
lends the world In advanced thought
and actloi In the Interest of children
and that our state of Utah stands with
the most progressive Btales and be
hind none In Its legislative provisions
for the care protection and bringing
up of children That the statutory en
actments for the organization of socie
ties especially the Childrens Aid so
ciety as described in the statutes
for the handling of children in con
Junction with nnd assistance to the
Juvenile court arc so grand and great
< law that the hearts of people hay
ing time or moans t contribute ought
to be stirred to the depths and to ac
tion
Tho law was read at some length
pertaining to the power and authority
and dignity as well as the wonderful
usefulness of a childrens aid society
such ns is recognized by the law and
those present were urged to come to a
full realization now of the fact that
this city and county have shamefully
neglected this great work and for too
long this district with all of its intel
ligence and wealth has been unable to
point to an orphanage a home a
place of any sort or provisions of any
kind where unfortunate children were
to be cared for That the Juvenile
court had labored under embarrass
ment continually on this account that
the judge had beon privately and pub
licly pleading with the people for some
action along these lines for more than
two years but that there was no
doubt that If a proper organization
should be effected and the movement
put on fot to usa this law and care for
these children the time of some and
the money of others would be liberally
contributed and promptly given
Judge Gunnoll made no pretense of
doing more than give an offhand talk
nnd even without the guide of a pre
viously made note before him
ATTORNEY GENERAL SAYS
ANIMALS CAN BE KILLED
For some time there has been a dif
ference of opinion between tho state
board of health and tho state veteri
narian with regard to the treatment
and destruction of tuberculosis cattle
The state board of health claims that
the government inspectors now In the
field making tuberculin tests havo
the right to order Infected cattle to
bo destroyed nnd to superintend the
destruction In short that they pos
sess thc same powers as the state vet
erinarian The state bunrd of health
claimed that tho owner of Infected
animals could dispose of those parts
of the animals that woro not Infected
and also the hides but this the state
veterinarian denied To ascertain the
piopor status of the various officials
in the matter State Veterinarian
Young addressed the following letter
to Attorney General Barnes to obtain
his opinion
For the guidance of work in this
department will you kindly give mo
your legal opinion as to the method of
procedure in cases where animals aro
afflicted with Incurable Infections or
contagious diseases anti your con
struction of sections 4 5 C P and II
slructon Hcctons
The question on tho latter section
with tho
Can federal Inspectors act wih
veterinarian
same authority as the state
narian
In reply Attorney General Barnes
has gent the following opinion to Dr
Young
Your question is vory broad I do
not know exactly what parts of those
sections you desire construed Section
4 provides for a quarantine of infect
ed promises In case of contagious or
Infections diseases of all animals men
tioned in he act 1 think the proced
ure provided for is clear and I can
not see any necessity for a construc
tion Under the provisions of sec
tion o where the promises have been
ton
previously the veterin
quarantined te
arian Is authorized and empowered
when In his Judgment It Is necessary
jullmcntl
to cause a slaughter of the diseased
animals upon such quarantined prom
upn the procedure
inca and I think also IrcetuT
provided for In this section can not
bo misunderstood It appears that the
mhmndersood of i
cause the slaughter
authority to
CalO
animals as proved for in section 5 1
goes no further than the authority to
slaughter diseased animals mentioned
on premises which have previously
been quarantined but under the pro
visions of section G It would sflom that
animals mentioned In jho
where
any Inlmls
act have become Infected with any In I
curable disease they may be con I
destroyed without com
Jeinned and
pensation t the owner and It ID pro
vlded that such animala shall possess
no property value and by this section
It Is made the duly of the tat vet 1
erinarian or one of his assistants to
superintend tho slaughter of such nnl
main as map be condemned
Undor the provisions of section 9
It Is made unlawful to dispose of by
soiling giving away or In any manner
parting with to another any animal
Infected with a contagious or Infec
tious disease or any animal which
has or which the owner or his agent
or employe or the party In possession
thereof has reason to licllovo has I
within thirty days next preceding such
transfer been exposed to any Infec
tious or contagious dIseases without 1
first notifying the proposed purchas
er or purchasers of such animal that
It Is so Infected or has been so ox
poncdUnder
Under the proxlnlonn of this sec
tion it appears that I would not b
In I fil to PP 1 or dispose or part
with to another an animal Infected
with a contagious or Infectious ills
case It Is simply made unlawful to
do so without having first notified
the proposed purchaser that the ani
mal Is HO affected or has been expos
ed as above mentioned Now In n1
gnrd to the provisions of auction 11 of
thin l which roads as follows
The governor shall through the
secretary of agriculture at Washing
ton ask the cooperation of the Unit
ed States bureau of animal Industry
in controlling and eradicating con
tagious and Infectious diseases in an
imals enumerated In this act and
when said bureau through Its duly
authorized representatives agents or
employes shall be thus engaged they
shall possess the same power aud au
thority In this tae ac the state vet
erinarian and his assistants tinder
and In virtue of thin act
I take I that when tho governor
has made such a request as Is provid
ed for In this section then the duly
authorized reproaentathes agents or
employes of the United States bureau
of animal Industry acting under such
request act under the panic power
anti authority as u state veterinar
ian possesses that Is they net not
only as representatives of the govern
ment but representatives of this
state and they would be protected In
their acts the same as the state vet
erinarian but I think the provisions
of this section contemplate simply a
cooperation of the government agents
with the state veterinarian The state
veterinarian has his duties expressly
provided for in this act which duties
he should perform using his own Judg
ment at all times
REVERSAL IS ORDERED I
BY SUPREME COURT
The supreme court on Wednesday
handed down an opinion reversing tho
Judgment of the lower court in the
cane of F A Nubergor against Dnvi
RohbliiR doing business as David
Robblns Co apppllants The ac
tion was brought In Cache county to
recover damages In the sum of 17673
for breach of contract in the pur
chase of Home wheat Noubcrger and
several other parties on September
1 1907 contracted to soil 3000 bush
els of wheat to Robbins at G4 cents
per bushel When wheat went up a
short tile later to 68 cents Nou
berger sent word to Robbins that ho
would not sell at the price agreed
upon In tho contract Robbins on
October 10 of the same year agreed
to pay Neuborger GS cents for his
wheat
Instead of shipping 3000 bushels as
agreed Neuberger only shipped
1112 12 bushels and Robbins re
fused to pay him hut 64 cents for it
He sued for the balance 68 cents
per bushel and was given Judgment
for 17Gi Robbins put In a coun
terclaim in which he asked damages
for 280 because Meuberger failed lo
I ship the entire amount of 3000 bush
els and he was compelled to buy
enough to make up that amount at
S3 cents per bushel The lower
court did not recognize the counter
claim at all and the supreme court
reversed the Judgment and remands
the case for a new trial
Justice McCarthy wrote the opinion
of the court which is concurred in
by Chief Justice Straup and Justice
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Boston Ian 20An order authoriz
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moving pIcture business in Massachu
setts nnd study the effect upon Its
patrons has been Introduced In the
Jatlns
Massachusetts legislature
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