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The Evening Paper Is the Paper I WEATHER FORECAST t
of Today The Morning 1 tanbr UTAH WEATHER THE INDICATIONS WILL BE GENERALLY ARE THAT PAIR Tm
AND COLDER
TONIGHT
Paper of Yesterday + PAIR TOMORROW
I FORTIETH YEARNO 4JPRICE FIVE CENTS OGDEN CITY UTAH WEDNEESDAY EVENING FEBRUARY J6 1910 Entered as Second Class Matter at the Postoffice Ogden Utah
COLD WAVE STR KES COLORADO AND
H SENDS MERCURY fAR BELOW ZERO I
Wind of Hurricane Velocity Shatters Pate =
glass and Blows Down Chimneys = = = Drop
in Temperature Over a Wide Area
I
I Denver Colo Fob 16Snow
driven b > wind of almost hurrlcanv
t violence and accompanied by an ex
treme drop In temperature prevailed
over eastern Colorado and Wyoming
last night and today At Denver tho
mercury dropped from 30 above yes
U rduy morning to 2 above this morn
Ing
At Grccley Colo a number of build
Ings were unroofed trees uprootoi
and telephone and telegraph sonic
prostrated
At Fort Collins plate glass win
dows wero shattered chimneys blown
down and considerable other damage
toie by tho wlud which at times
bjow 75 miles an hour
Canon City Grand Junction and
oilier western cities all roport dam
age bv high winds
In the mountains a blizzard raged
Jor hours
Kansas City Fob 16An extreme
fall In temperature ranging fr lm 50
degrees at Sedalla Mo where It wa
S above zero today to 22 degrees
at Fort Smith Ark has been re
I corded in the southwest during the
last 21 hours
0 In parts of Kansas a blinding snow
storm accompanied by high winds
jrevails and In northern Oklahoma
elect and a windstorm aro reported
I At Muskogeo Okla telephone wires
i were prostrated la night by a viol
ent electrical storm that wap ac
companied by hall and sleet
J In this city where tho temperature
fell 4C degrees since yesterday it
f was 9 above zero this morning The
I temperature also boa fallen from 30
to M degrees since yesterday in north
rrn Texas and In Iowa A remark
J able drop is recorded at Abilene Tex
I as where tho temperature Is 24 thIs
I afternoon after S3 yesterday
Albuquerque N M Feb 16 In
i tensely cold weatfaor accompanied
1 > y heavy wind und snow prevail
over northern and central Now Mex
II Ico today Zero temperatures are re
I ported from a number of places
GlOSING Of
THE MINES
J Butte Beginning Feel
k the Effects of a
I Big Strike
I
I Biitc Mont Fob 1C Today of the
Amalgamated Copper companys prop
I erties only the Silver Bow the Berk
icy Mountain Consolidated and Buf
falo are working Six hundred miners
wort lowered In these mines this
r morning but It lu expected thut the
next fiblft will be composed of fewer
I men as some of the night engineers
will not report for duty this afternoon
1 Ono man is working at the Never
Hweat All tho other mines of the dis
I trict arc tied up
The walkout was effected without
i
the least disturbance At tho end of
the night shift the engineer mcre >
k gathered up their belongings and left
r In most instances tho engineers who
i luunlly followed on the day shift did
not report and tho miners who gath
ored at tho shafts were turned off lou
t the day
Butte Mont Feb 1C Eighty per
cent of the hoisting engineers em
ployed In the Butte district have
thrown up their positions and as a
result of the walkout tills morning
the district faces n shutdown Th
members of the International Engl
ncera1 union No 138 did not report ai
< helr poHla at 7 oclock thin morning
It ia equally certain that those em
ployed on tho night shift will not lake
their places this afternoon
HEAVIEST ICE CROP
I IN HISTORY OF CHICAGC
t Chicago Feb 16The heaviest lo
crop of the last thirty years Is bti
I Jug harvested and by the time th
fluaton Is closed a week or ten day
hence 2500000 tons will havo bee
I stored in the ice houses that auppl
Chicago There will be no declln
in price however to the small con
sumer
You never saw better Ice fial
I I Prcnldent John S Field of th
Knickerbocker Ice company yeetei
day but the price will not be nl
fcctcd Tho delivery cost Is th
largest Item in making tho rctal
priM and so our prices are figured 01
that basis Tho retail Ice sells fo
8 per ton and brings no greater pro
it than the wholesale Ico at 2 po
too
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NEW PRICE TO BE FIXED
ON COAST FOREST PRODUCT
I Portland Ore Fob 1GTbe Ves
orn Retail Lumbermens asaoclatto
I4 and manufacturers last uluhl came t
pi i an understanding on the oij
Li lengths question An apparent Ilri
H adjustment was reached by the nl
U Ii I pointnirnt of a committee ot lou
members each from the retailers Iii
r
M
l If
i I II
II
manufacturers with instructions to
prepare a resolution approving a new
standard price list on Pacific coast
forest products which has already
been adopted by some of the more
I important mills
The price list Is based on tho lead
ing of approximately 70 per cent of
even lengths ten feet and longer
15 per cent odd lengths 11 feet and
I longer and 15 per cent of odd lengths
I S feet and shorter the buyer to have
the privilege of having his floor filled
with specified lengths on payment of
2 extra per thousand
COLORED COOK GOT
AWAY WITH PORK CHOPS
Chicago Feb 16Meat being high
pork In particularMrs Lena Steven
son a colored cook assembled a col
lection of pork chops several pounds
of bacon and half a dozen eggs and
carried them from the boarding house
of Mrs D E Bonner on Oakdale ave
nue in lieu of a weeks wages
The cook had quarreled with her
mistress about wages and to facili
tate matters took the valuable chops
to the Hyde Park police station
Judge Fry fined Mrs Stevenson L
Mrs Banner paid her former cook
her original price after deducting the
Cost of the pork chops
BONUS fOR i I
EVERY BOY
Alton Men Offr25 I
For Every Male I
i
Child
Alton 111 Feb 1C Resenting tho
formation recently of the Manless
club by their wives twentyfive AI
tonltes yesterday formed the Boys
Only Stork club elected officers and
adopted rules for tho encouragement
of tho Boy industry of Alton
When their wives recently per
fected the ManlesH club the cardinal
doctrine of tho organization was tho
Girl industry The women de
clared the stork should never bo I I
permitted to deposit boys in their
homes Only girls would be allowed
Resenting the slight on their sex
the husbands of the women deter
mined to organize a club and have a
few words of their own to say con
cerning tho kind of babies the stork
should leave
By way of inducement it was pro
vided yesterday in the Boys Only
Stork club rules that a bonus of 25 I
be paid out of the club treasury to
each and every man to whom tho I
stork presents a boy A fine of a like
amount will be assessed against each
member to whom the stork brings a
girl I
IREUGION
AND A GIRL
Methodists and Catho
lics in Conflict
in Court
Seattle Wash Feb IGA contest
between the Methodist and Catholic
churches for possession of a St Louis
girl former ward of Gen W T Sher
I man developed in the hearing yester
day before Superior Court Commls
stoner Robert Lindsay on an applica
tion for the appointment of a guardian
for Celeste Lc Moln daughter of C Q
i Tucker a wealthy furniture dealer
1 A decision In favor of the Methodists
wag given and tho commissioner ap
pointed the Rev Alexander Boors as
guardian
Besides the Rev Mr Beers tho
t Rev J E OBrien a Catholic prIest
a had applied for appointment as guard
Ian of the twelveyearold girl who
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G revolver from a table drawer In 0
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Is the sole heir to Tuckers 80000 es
tate The Catholic claims were based
on the fact that LorraIne Lo Mom
the childs mother had been educated I
lu a 3U Louis convent and at one
time had been a nun In the House
of the Good Shepherd where she was
known as Sister Mary Frances Sho
forsook tho order to marry Tucker
Tuckers eastern relatives favored
the appointment of Beers It was also I
pointed out that the girl has been 1
raised in the Protestant faith and
does not desire to attend a Catholic
school
BUSINESS
CONDITION
Railroad President Says
the Outlook is Not
Discouraging
Now York Feb 16 Martin Hughltt
president of tbe Chicago North
western railway does not agree with
President A J Earllng of tho Chicago
Milwaukee St Paul railway as to
business conditions
If there has been any cancellation
ol orders said Mr Hughltt yesterday
It has not come under by observa
tion Business is good and prospects
for the future are bright It is true
business has been greatly interfered
this winter by unusual weather con
ditions
Exceptionally heavy snows and
cold weather have reduced locomotive
efficiency and the movement of
freight has been small for this sea
son But there IB no question that wo
would have had a much larger move
ment If the railroads had been able
to supply adequate transportation fac
ilities
During January as a result of the
weather conditions operating expen
ses on the Chicago Northwestern
Were altogether out of proportion and
of course a tailing off in earnings
must be exepcted To Just what ex
tent isnot yet possible to determine
but so far as underlying business con
ditions are concerned tho reduction
has no significance
Of course the crops are the prin
cipal thing to be watched Our lines
run through the spring wheat bolt
and it is too early to attempt to
predict what the crops will bo but I
believe that a large area will be
sown
DISCOVERY OF LOVE
LETTERS OF DICKENS
Now York Feb 16The discovery
of a series of letters of Chits Dick
ens la announced by tho publication
committee of the Bibliophile society
of New York Tho letters include sev
eral of the novelists love notes bear
Ing closely on his family life and af
fairs of the heart The committee
has been seeking these letters for
some time lookirtg for them chiefly
in London They wore finally located
however In Now York City They will
be printed in volume which Is to be
circulated only among tho members of
tho society
OUR NAVY IS
INVISIBLE
I
So Says J Wesley Hill
Formerly of This
City
Bridgeport Conn Feb GDr
Tohn Wenley 11111 of the Metropolitan
Temple Now York in an address be
fore the Manufacturers association
here talking on the subject of a
merchant marine declared
Ito ull right to talk about our navy
being a big one and a first class pow
I er but we know it to be false S t
have a navy invincible in peace but
Invisible In war Our navy should be
supplemented with a merchant ma
rine
If AO were to fight with Japan
she would get GOOOOO men to the
Philippines and 100000 to Hawaii be
fore wo could Jet 10000 on the Pa
cific coast ready to embark In view
of thoas facts what good Is our navy
any way except for dress parade
A GOOD CEMENT BUSINESS
Richfield Fcb15Tbc annual
meeting of the Jumbo Plaster and Ce
ment company was hold recently
There were nearly one hundred Block
I holders present and these held prox
ies so that 735000 shares of stock
were represented
Among them were Judge Greenwood
of Nephl and Mr Cook his stenog
rapher S A White Jr of Braver
E L Clark of Parowan E S Lyman
of Park City J W Johnson and A
C Candland of Provo P P Dyreng
Ezra Shoemaker and Bishop KJar of
Manti and Judge Erickson of Mount
I Pleasant
The report of the secretary showed
that 35000 worth of plaster had been
w iJIIII
manufactured and sold since April ol
last year but this amount will be In I
creased to about three times that much
I
now that the track Is laid to the mill
and the tramway is nearing comple
tion During the year about 50000
has been expended in improvements
and repairs After the reports hat
been submitted and accepted tho fol
lowing directors were elected for this
of Richfield F
year J F Chldcster o I
Erickson of Mount Pleasant E Shoe
maker of Mantl J W Johnson ol
Provo J F Tolton of Beaver J Green
wood of Nephl and E L Clark of Paro
wan Theso gentlemen will meet or
February 2S and organize by electing I
a president vice president secretar
and treasurer The affairs ot the com I
pany are in a very satisfactory con
dltion I
DOCTOR DUG HIS BRIDE
OUT OF MESSINAS RUINS
I
Newark N J Feb 16A romance
for which the Messina earthquake was
responsible has come to light hero
wTth tho arrival from Italy of Dr and
Mrs Antonio DamIco
Mrs Damlco until three weeks ago
was Anna Violatl of Messina At the
time of the earthquake she was burled
In the wreck of her home Dr Damlco
a Newark physician who was in Italy
on a vlsll was a member of a relief
party and dug her out of the ruins
afterward nursing her back to health
SANTA FE WILL PUT ON
A VERY FAST TRAIN
Los Angeles Cal Fob LOne ol
tho fastest trains In the world wil
ho put Into the transcontinental serv
ice Sunday by the Santa Fo Th <
new flyer the California Limited
will cut seven and onehalf hours of
the running time between Los Angeles
and Chicago The now schedule then
I will be G4 12 hours
Tho Santa Fe Is planning to expend
several hundred thousand dollars Ii
making new cutoffs On one of thos
it will spend 100000 to gftln twelve
minutes on the run through Orange
county
NEW HARRIMAN TRAIN
TO THE NORTHWEST
Seattle Wash Feb 1C Within a
few weeks the Harriman lines will
begin operating a through Seattle
Chicago passenger service nccordinf
to announcement made at the loral
offices of the Union Pacific systen
yesterday The new train will bo op
erated over the Harriman lines be
tween Seattle and Omaha and over the
Chicago Northwestern betwcei
Omaha and Chicago
MAY REA
WITNESS
Mrs Harriman to Be
Dragged Into a
Slander Case
New York Feb 16Mrs Mary W
Harriman widow of tho late B H
Harriman may be called as a witness
In an action for alleged slander
biought by Miss Mary Burton former
housekeeper at the Harriman homo at
Arden N Y against Mrs Olivia A
Herbert of this city
The complainant who asks 1000
damages alleges that after she was
dismissed from the service of Mrs
Herbert and employed by Mrs Harri
man tho former made a statement U
Mrs Harriman reflecting upon hei
character as a result of which she
was forced to leave Arden
Miss Burton was employed at the
Arden estate at the time of Mr Har
rlmans death last summer
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O Grand Canyon Ariz Feb 16 0 I
O Edward Payson Weston the 0
O aged pedestrian who Is making 0
O an ocean to ocean walking trip 0
O against time from Los Angeles 0
O to New York City is expected 0
O to arrive hero today or tonight C
O lhe pedestrian arrived at Wll 0
O Hams Ariz last night and con C
O tinned on his Journey today C
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O THE SHIP NINA C
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I O Wiishlngton D C Feb 1C C
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I 0 spoken off Montnuk Point on 0
O Sunday by tho steamer Bay C
I 0 view and which was thought 0
O to be tho Nina was the naval 0
O tug Apache Tho fato of the 0
O mlsflng Nina Is as much a mys O
O cry as ever Capt Cummings 0
O on the steamer Bayview which 0
O arrived at Newport News last 0
O night from Scarsport Maine 0
O Bald that he passed the Apache 0
O on Sunday off Montauk Point 0
O L I and that the craft ought 0
O to reach Boston today o
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W I i I
DEATH fROM
0 SMAllPOX
ine of the Patients on
Cruiser Washington
Succumbs
Seattle Wash Feb 1GOno of the
smallpox patients on the United Stales
cruiser Washington died yesterday
and was buried at Port Townsend
Tho other four sufferers arc In the Iso
laon hospital and arc reported to be
In a sciIous condition Tho names or
t e victims have not yet been ob
tained All the crew has been vacci
nated
natenE PUZZLES
THE POLICE
Young Fellow With a
Wild Idea of
I Himself
t
Chicago Fob 16 Chicago police
officials yesterday encountered a
strange case In criminology pay
chologythey dont know which Th <
case Involves a young man who gav
his nome as Frank Nailor and hIs
home nt Ventura Cal
His yes swollen and bloodshot his
clothes and linen of good quality hut
rumpled up and soiled he appenret
In the office of Chief of Police Slow
ard
My namo Is Frank Nailor and my
home IE In Ventura Cal he said
addressing Chief Steward The las
I remember I was in Ventura I had
S Today I woke up In Chicago will
moro money than I know what to do
with
withWhat has happened dont know
1 think I must have committed semi
crime I wish you would lock me up
Wire to Ventura and flnd out what I
did
didWcll
Wcll I believe wo can accommo
date you said the chief
Nailor was searched but no mono
was found In his pockets He was
locked > up while Lieut Gleasou wrote
out a telegram to the police of Von
lura Tho police received the follow
ing reply
I hold a felony warrant for Frnnl
Nailor Arrest him and wire mo
Signed E G McMartlu sheriff of
Ventura county Cal
Ho is neither crazy nor a dope
fiend Lieut Glcason said Hl case
Is a puzzler to me
KILLED BY
A BROTiiER
f Unloaded Gun Once
More Claims Its
Victim
Portland Ore Feb 16Robert
Schlddcko aged four years was acci
dentally shot and killed by his brothei
GuBtav four years his senior at River
dale yesterday
The little fellow was playing bear
in a bedroom of tholr home when
Gustav seized the proverbial unload
ed gun and pointing it at his broth
er pulled the trigger killing Roburl
Instantly
POWELL DECLARED
WINNEROF FIUII
Los Angeles Ca Feb 16TIy a un
I written law In local boxing circles ac
cording to which tho decision of a ma
jority of the morning newspapers Is
accepted after a prize fight Lew Pow
ell gl ned the verdict over George
Memslc last night In their tenround
battle Two of tho three morning pa
pers declared that Powell was entitled
to the decision The other gave tho
honors to Memslc by amargin Bets
are paid here on tho majority ruling
Through tho last half of the fight
Powell suffered from an accidental
I foul committed by his opponent in the
fifth round Memslc in swinging lost
I his balance and foil forward his head
striking Powell below the belt Powell
I from that time on landed two blows to
TOemfllcY one Both were strong at
the finish
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CI Philadelphia Fob 16 Re 0
O form which has many utica 0
0 gone down to defeat only to 0
I O come up again for another 0
O fiGht received Its hardest blow 0
0 n the municipal election hero 0
O yesterday when the Republican 0
O organization swept the city and 0
O won everything It started out 0
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CITY Of THE
UNWASUED
One Million People in
New York Strangers
to Bathtub
New York Feb 1ILMore than a
million persons among New Yorks
tenement house poor are strangers to
the bathtub says Lawrence Velller
director of tho tenement house com
mltto of the charity organization so
clety In a report on sanitary prob
lems just submitted to the society
New Yorks tenements are without
parallel In the world continues Mr
Volllor ThQ congestion is un
parallert Thoro are 10 000 discredited
tenements of antique type with
neither sunlight or air there are 100
000 living rooms without a window
there aro 120000 violations of the
tenement house law now pending be
ore the commissioners Threo mil
lion persons In New York live in build
Ings that arc In constant danger from
fire
ASSISTANT
I
WILL BE
ERE
GOVERNMENT EXPERT LEACH
ESTABLISHES HEADQUARTERS
He Will Gather Statistics on Manu
facturing and Mining Og
den Enumerator
R B Leach representing the cen
sus bureau at Washington will open
an offico with H A McMlllln Utah
supervisor in the Dooly block Salt
Lake Mr Leach Is to have charge of
I the census work in Utah which has
to do with the manufacturing and min
ing Interests and In this work he will
report directly the bureau at Wash
ington Four assistants who passed
the special examinations hold several
months ago will be appointed to as
sist Mr Leach in this work and of
these the appointment of Joseph W
Wickoudeu was confirmed from Wash
ington Tuesday
The census work has been divided
into four departments for the first
I
time this year said Mr Leach last
night Mr McMlllln has the popula
tion and agricultural departments but
the manufacturing and mining depart
ments have been turned over to men
who have had practical experience in
the census bureau In making thin
change it was the idea of the bureau
to make the census of the mining In
dustry more complete in detail than
ever before
Four Assistants Needed
Two of the assistants to be ap
pointed will have headquarters In Salt
Lake and one will bo stationed in Og
den and another will make his head
quarters In Provo
The Ogden enumerator will look
after the mining and manufacturing
companies In the northern part of tho
state and the man to be stationed In
Provo will look after the mining and
manufacturing companies In the south
ern part of the state Statistics In
this lino from the sparsely settled
parts of the state will be gathered by
the regular enumerators under Mr
McMlllln
INTERURBAN
I NORTH OF
OfiDEN
The Ogden Rapid Transit Company
will extend Its lines to BrIgham City
and to Ogden valley this summer if I
rights of way can be secured without
the company having to 50 to court to
secure them
Tho above is the statement made by
Judge H H Rolapp secretary of tho
company In answer to the question al
to whether tho street car company
contemplated any extensions of its
lines during the present year Judge
Tlolapp stated further that tho com
pany sought to begin the work as soon
as possible and rush It through be
fore fall but they would want to se
cure the right of way from the land
owners aloug tho routes without re
sorting to the courts
At the present time the company
has Its representatives at work nego
tiating for the rightofway north ot
the Hot Springs and through Box El
der county While the company has
been granted a franchise by tho board
of commissioners of Box Elder county
to Il cthe county road the company
f engineers have found that It will bo
I necessary to acquire right of wnyovor
the land of individuals and it Is this
that the company Is now having its
I agents work to secure
The extension of tho Ogden Canyon
lino from the Hermitage to Huntavlllo
is being mot with soma littlo opposi
tion by the owners of land in the can
yon but it has boen stated that the
question Of the price of the right t
I way will he HeWed at an early date
I and the extension of tho line will bo
I commenced before the opening of
spring
11 7
PURSUED BY
fATALITIES
Sixth Man in Capitol
Frauds to Be
Stricken
Harrisburg Feb 1GTho strange
fatality that has pursued sortie of the
principal figures in tho capitol scan
dal was again brought to public mind
today when John Stott one of the
chief witnesses In the celebrated case
was found dead In the bathroom of
the house where ho made his home
while In Harrisburg
lie Is the sixth man in the case to
dIe His death was duo to heart
trouble
Stott was secretary to the board of I
public grounds and buildings which
let many of the contracts for furnish I
ing the capitol that brought more than
a dozen men to the bar of justice Ho
was a witness in two trials and was
to take the stand in the case of Jos
M Huston architect of the capitol
whose trial was to come up next
month I
Two of tho six men who died wore
under a two years sentence one was
I
awaiting trial and two were important
witnesses Besides these one of the I
man men under Indictment has been
confined in an insane asylum
UE TOUGHT
Of 1118 CATS
Dying Request of an
Old Hermit Near
I
St Louis
I
St Louis Fob 1C Realizing that I
he was about to die and that his two
cats his constant companions and 1
only solace might starve Goo Say
dor OS years old crawled more than
a mile yesterday to beg n iiclghbor
tocnre for themlo cxplrqd rnut
terlns plaintively Feed my cats
The neighbor sent for tire cats de
claring ho would provide for them as
long aa they lived I
Snyder who was St Louis counts I
oldest resident lived tho life of a her
mit In his shack near Eureka 1
WORLDS MARKETS I
FLUCTUATIONS IN A I
VERY WEAK MARKET
New York Fob 16 Opening prices
of stock today were depressed by quite
active selling The declines in Read
ing and St Paul ran to a point and
In Rock Island American Car and I
Utah Copper fell largo fractions Read
Ing recovered part of Its loss almost
Immediately I
Prices stopped dropping and hard
ened to last nights level when Read
ing was bid up from 165 to 1GG 5S
The whole list ran off again afterward
when Reading relapsed Business was
dull WellsFargo Express gained 5
Sharp advances In Reading and a
number of minor railroad stocks and
Industrials held the list firm but the
general market was apathetic Wis
consin Contral rose 3 Reading Amer
ican Cotton Oil 2 and Rock Island 31
Bonds were heavy
Chicago Produce
Chicago Feb 1C Butter steady
creams 1518c dairies 2l2Sc
KFKS firm firsts 2Ic prime firsts
Hoc Cheese steady daisies 16 34
lie young Americas and longhorns
ltjl23 > lG3lc
Omaha
Omaha Feb IGCattleRcceil1ts
3000 Market 10 to iSo higher Na
tive steers 50i cows and heif
ers 350550 western steers 332i
ffi 7 cow and heifers 275475
stockers and feeders 3570 calves
GS25
IIo Receipts 5000 The market
is steady Heavy S758f0 mixed
SS701SSO light SGO8SO pigs
i7i5 bulk of sales S70SSO
Sheep Receipts 1000 Market 10
to iGc higher Yearlings 373S weth
ers G75 < i700 ewes 575JZiG50
lambs 7GOS9
Sugar and Coffee
New York Feb 6SlgarRl
firm muscovado SO test 3GI centri
fugal DC test 4M molasses sugar
St test 331 Refined quiet Coffee
Spot steady No 7 Rio S 3lci No 4
Santos 9 lST914c
CHINESE ARE AFTER
AMERICAN SCHOOL PROFESSORS
Chicago Fob 16 University or
Chicago professors are In demand In
Cltlcago Following his appointment
na director of tho department of set
cnce at the Imperial University in
Iekin Prof Oscar Eckstein formerly
connected with the local Institution
has been asked to engage three other
University of Chicago educators
President Hurry Pratt Judson yes
terday announced that Dr II Irvine
Schlcsslnger associate hi chemlptry
has been selected by the university as
a candidate for one of tho positions
that oC the professorship In general
chemistry
Tho other positions open are n pro
fessorship in mining engineering and
one In civil engineering Tho salary
in each case Is G000 In Chinese sil
ver which Is the equivalent of 3000
lu American money
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ROOSEVlT
ON THE Nll
Runners Reach Gondo
koro Announcing Ap
proach of Hunter
Gondokoro on tho Upper Nile Feb
16Thc Smithsonian African scion
title expedition IB expected to arrlva
here at 10 oclock tomorrow morning i
Definite news as to the hour of arrival
was brought by a special runner who
reached hero today
Colonel Roosevelt and KermIt
Rooaevelt left tho expedition for q
days hunting of elephants and giant
eande at Rojaf on the Congo side
of the Bard Jabot Rojaf Is a few
miles to the south and west of this
place and tho hunters have Invaded
the territory upon the special and ea
gerly accepted invitation of tho Bel
gian authorities Roosevelt and his
son arc accompanied In the Congo
by E B Ha don the British district
commissioner
Commissioner Haddon met the ex
pedition at KIrlga camp sixteen miles
to the south of Gondokoro
A commodious brick house has boon
placed at the disposal of Mr Roose
velt Nine runners In the van of the
expedition have arrived
SADNESS AT KAYSYILLE
DEATHS AND BURIALS
Kaysvllle Feb HiIrs Annie
Maria Beazor Cook wife of David
Cook and daughter of the late Mark
nnd Maria Bcazer died very suddenly
and unexpectedly at her home In Syra
cuse Saturday evening after only t I
three days Illness of lan1onia Sht
was born In Kaysvllle aboiljj fortytwo
years ago and redded her J oounUl 3
Jew years nco when she moveil to
Syracuse Sho is survived by a rid
over cglu1 chPdrcn two sisters and
two brotfirtpAjliQ haTthe sympathy
of the whoJolVountv ih their sad be
reavemet Thft uncial services over
her rcmclrls rere hold 1n tho Syracuse
meeting house thhr morning at 11
oclocl aiil were very fnrgeiy attend
ed Burl occurred in the Kaysvlllo
cemetery j i
IIJ Tim fiiner0 services 1orer the re
mains of Mrs Annie Robins Evans
wiicTof Hyritin Evans who died at hoi
liouje 1 lJn t oti oiltl1trEtl1Y oV ril Ii g
after on Jong Illness ot cancer of Uu
liver were held from the Layton
nieetng lioueo yesterday afternoon at
1 oclock and were larRoly attended
The Layton choir furnished several
beautiful selections and consoling re
marks were made h y Joseph Bambci
of South Weber Alex Dawson Sr
Parlor Clllson Deo Harris Frank Nat
ter and Stenhcn Nattier Her remains
were laId to rest In tho Kaysvllla
cemeter Vrr Evans was born in
Kavsvil fifrvscvcn years ago and
re lde lucre for many years She wa
the mother rf eleven children five ol
whom are dead 7 for widower two
daughters snd fOil sons survive
Mrs Henry Tjobug who died at hei
home In Souti Wetor on Saturday
evening after a lour illness waa
burled today in the Kavsville ceme
tery The funeral services were held
in the Kaysvllle meeting house at 1
oclock poceased was born In Eng
land Boventyllvc years ago but camo
to Utah many years ago and settled
in Kaysvlllo where she resided for
some time
Mrs Rachel Colomere an old rest
dent of Kaysvllle and who IP ovor 81
years old Is very sick at the home oi
her daughter Mrs Ellen Layton
SPENCER SAYS THERE IS
HEAVY JARBIDGE TRAVEL
D S Spencer assistant general pax
I sengor ngent for the Oregon Short
Line returned to Salt Lake on Mon
I day from Twin Falls Idaho where ho
went to arrange to handle tho rush
Into thenew N rntl mining i iP of
Jarbldge
° There are two large and very
good hotels In Twin Falls bo said
Monday and thoy are crowded even
to extra cots In the rooms and halls
with the rush of men to Jarbldge
These men are all outfitting In Twin
FallsThe total faro including railroad
stage and the last seven miles on
horseback is 11 from Twin Falls to
I Jarbldgc The trip is now made In
one day leaving Twin Falls on the
train at 7 a m reaching Holllster at
Jarbldgo the
S a m and getting Into
same night
There Is no hotel at Jarbldge of
course but tho sleeping and eating ac
commodations are very good for n new
mIning camp There are plenty of
j cabins and no man need fear of Bleep
ing outdoors or of going hungry if
he has the necessary money In his
pocket
Twin Falls Is tho easiest quickest I
and cheapest way to reach JarbldBC
The wagon road from Kitty WilkIns
seven miles is
ranch to Jarbidgc
thoa tho stage will
nearly done and
go straight from Holllster At present I
these Inst seven miles mustbe made
on horseback or on foot and of course
the baggage and freight rateIs still
high
HARRY FORBES LAYS
lelln
CLAIM TO CHAMPIONSHIP
New York FCb164tfl Forbes
Chicago fighter who knocked out Joe
CoHtor who whipped Johnny Coulon
disputed
is going to defend that much
honor and is open to meet any man
In tho world that can do 116 pounds
ringside Through hip manager
Forbes lays claim to his former title
and will popt forfeit of 1000 to de
fend It Forbes right to claim this I
title IB based on the fact that the man
he beat last night won over Coulon I
who sit the tlmo of his defeat WI13r
the bantamweight champion
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