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Salt Lake March 9Cllef among
the subjects considered At tho ses
ft sion today at tho convention of the
Laymen Missionary movement was
that of Stewardship Tho discus
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t alon was led by Reverend Earl Tay
t lor Others who participated wero
j Rev Rockwell Clancy and Rev John
i F Gloucher
Denominational rallies were tho or
der this afternoon Throughout the
city sessions were held In churches
and hallfi and plans wero formulated
for the future work of each denomi
nation The general assembly will be
asked to adopt the reports together
with tho resolutions prepared by the
It cooperating committee the latter re
I solutions urge for cooperation in tho
work of laymen and ministers in the
forwarding movement laying particu
t lar stress on the necessity of mission
i ary committees In every church male
Ins a member to momber to canvass
CROP DAMAGE
LENDS STRENGTH
Chicago March 9 Urged on a flood
of crop damage reports wheat prices
advanced hroughout the session to
day Strong speculative buying from
tho outset materially Increased tho
bullish effect May advanced from
111 to 113Jh wlilic July In which
there was a largo Investment wont
up from 105 to 107 43S and Sep
tember traveled from 101 to 104 38
Final figures for May were 1 > 4 up at
iaa
iaaCorn
Corn prices wore on an upgrade all
ay May advanced from 63 to C3
7S No3 yellow sold at G9SA to
69c
May finished 7Slc up at C3 5Se
94 Trade In oats lacked the strength
displayed by ho oilier grains and
prices moved lean rapidly to the high
er levels At the close May was 44
7S < g > 45 a shado lower than the high
point of tho day
I In provisions May pork advanced
from 2402 v to L545 and July pork
I reached 2500 Final figures for May
r woro pork 2335 12c up lard
13Sd13SD 35p40c higher ribs
1327 y 27c up
Now York March 9Davld Alexan
der Munro assistant editor of the
North American Review died tonight
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STUDENTS HUNT
BLACK CRIMINAl
Kansas City Mo March IDoler
mined to avenge an attempted assault
upon Miss Cora Downs 17 years old
by an unidentified negro today in
Kansas City Inn fifty high school
students classmates of the girl
joined a sheriffs posse In a search for
the fugitive tonight Many of the stu
dents are armed They declare thov
will deal summarily with the negro if
he is caught
Miss Downs Is a member of a prom
inent family She was returning homo
from school through a railroad cut
when she was attacked Sho screamed
and frightened the negro before ho
had severely Injured hor A negro was
captured and brought before Miss
Downs but she could not Identify
him I
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BODY OF POSTAL
fMPlOYf FOUND
Washington March Information
was received ntjtlie jinstofflce depart
ment from Sup rlnit > lent Valllc at
Seattle Wash that tne body of Mall
Wclghor Fred J Bohn had boon re
covered from the debris of the wreck
In the Wellington canyon The tele
gram stated that all tho registered
mall on train No 25 has been recov
ered The body of Substitute Hiram
Townslee has not been found Tho
postoffico department announces that
malls from tho east for Pacific coast
points probably will not be interrupt
ed aa the lines affected by the wash
outs and avalanches will have < been
repaired by tomorrow
NEGROES FIGHT WITH
STREET CAR CREWS
Muskogee Okla March 9As a re
sult of several serious fights between
negroes and street car crows Deputy
Sheriffs were placed upon all cars to
night Ono negro woman drew a knife
upon a conductor and attempted to I
stab him Other negroes joined In
tho fight and the conductor was badly
beaten
Oswego N Y March DThe body
of Thomas C Platt was bured today
Tho llttlo Prqabyterlan church whore
tho funeral services wore held was
filled to the doors Senator Platto
loyally to his friends was the keynote
of the eulogy delivered by Rev Geo
Douglass Young who said In part
Ills was a genius for political organ
ization and there has never been a
shrewdod or better organizer
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tickets First come first served
ay S You pay for the paper anyhow so
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your wife to the show
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Philadelphia March 9 PromlSeof
help from without and development
of strength In Us own Hold which
appeared to take oven strike leaders
by surprise Injected new lIfo into the
Philadelphia general strike movement
today Tho labor campaign received
Impetus from the stato federation of
labor at Now Castle and a nation
wide tlo up would not be too great a
price for the success of the local
cause
Tho movement In sympathy with
tho striking employes of the Philadel
phia Rapid Transit company today e
vaded what was supposed to be a
citadel of the opposing forces The
strike leaders Induced over 1000 em
ployes of the Baldwin Locomotlvo
Works to walk Out this afternoon fol
lowing the early morning desertion of
on equal number
To Uio threat of a country wide
strike If the local traction heads did
not agree to arbitration the company
officials made curt response anuounc
Ins they had said their Just word on
arbitration and If the wide spread
strike depended on their yielding the
strike would como Evidences how
over wore given by tho employers of
many classes that they were confi
dent a national strike would not be
forced and that tho sympathetic move
ment hero would wear Itself out Sev
eral firms announced that their hands
wore returning to Vvork Possible
trouble was Indicated the announce
ment that the strikers would hold
an open air mass meeting in the Na
tional league baseball park tomor
row Tho police declared that the
meeting would not be permitted TIre
men reiterated their Intention of meet
ing but say order will prevail
The street car company slightly In
creased the number of cars In service
today and the lines in the business
and residence districts were moro
largely patronized than on any day
slnco the strike bagan
since tho strike began I
An Important accession to the ranks
of tho strikers was announced to
night from Camden N J where 1500
carpenters went out About the same
number quit work at suburban points
and the mon declared If necessary
2200 carpenters would bo called out
In Montgomery county adjacent to
Philadelphia tomorrow
Merchants Got Busy
A campaign lo dissipate tho Impres
sion apparently prevailing through
out tile country that Phclldalphia Is
In the grip of terrorism and Is not
safe for nor a pleasant place to visit
was inaugurated by the merchants
and manufacturers associ lion tody
Resolutions doptcd by the assocla
Uons directors say exaggerated re
ports of tho conditions here hae
been circulated What outbreaks oc
curred have been mostly In tho out
lying districts and havo been easily
handled by limo local police say the
resolutions
It Is declared that Philadelphia is
anything but excited over conditions
and that except for the printed re
ports the majority of the citizens
would be Ignorant that anything but
normal conditions prevail
Stands Its Ground
Determination to stand Us ground
is expressed by Uio Philadelphia Rap
id Transit company not only through
Its announcement that he lion ald
Us last word of arbitration but through
Its offer made today of 50 reward
for Information on which an arrest
can bo mado for terrorizing families
of the motormen and conductors of
Its lines Tho company declares a
systematic effort Is under way to
frighten the women of Its omployes
families circulating false reports
of injury to their husbands and fath
ers
Director of Public Safety Clay
promptly announced that a public
demonstration would not be permit
ted
The mayors proclamation directs
that no meetings be held during tho
I strlko on the highways or on prop
erty adjacent to the highways The
proclamation will be enforced said
Mr Clay
Horse Sheers Get Busy
The striking horscshoers wrote to
the society for tho prevention of cruel
ty to animals demanding that all
horses not properly shod be kept off
the streets Tho reply of tho asso
ciation has not been received
The unsettled minds of thousands
of the citys workers Is Indicated by
the many reports of men quitting
work and of mon who had walked
out returning to work
Return to Work
The In and out flow was so extend
cd and fluctuating as to tax tho abil
ity of the couiputators lo keep track
of It Ono plant that had a definite
story to tell was tho great Cramp
Shlpt Yard which employs thousands
of men Officials of the Cramps re
ported that sixty rivet boys who
walked out yesterday all rolunied
to work today The statement declar
ed that these were the only employes
to strike and that no further trouble i
was expected The committee of ton
nas granted permission for the mon
working on the Improvements at the
National League Park to go back to
work
Regarding the walkout at the Bald
win plant General Manager John
son bald that while mor < S than I0fr0
men wont out at tho plant today 12
000 men were still working
We havo four months contracts on
hand said Mr Johnson and In no
case will the works be shut down
Mr Johnson thought that the gen
eral strlko movement would gradually
spend Itself although It does appear
that there Is something of a battle on
between labor and capital
Disregards Clay
Tho committee of ton declared to
night that It proposed to disregard
Director Clays prohobltlon of 1pI
proposed meeting and would hold It
tomorrow aa announced < d
Tho announcement was coupled with
the publication of a loiter which J
Burwood Daly counsel for the Btrlfc
ers had sent Director Clay m
In It the atlornoy declared there
was no law that cpnld be Invoked to
forbid such a meeting In private on
closed property Much as tho ball park
and thifto prevent its being held
would be to Interfere with tho rights 1
of peaceable gathering and of free
speech The letter added that If tho
director thought the presenco of po 1 i
lice necessary they would ho wel 1
comed
The committee of ten tonight Is
sued its dc all i BVof thnae total
a > are non ° u strike Tho total
claimed Is 139 t which doos not In
clitfo coon > fl tottsand forced to
slopwork In planispherethere were
walkouts
Tho committee claims that 10000
men are out In the building trades
0000 In the metal trades i 150000 In
tho textile Industry and 13000 men
and women In the garment making
industry Figures are given for only
a few 6t Uie Tiiditlduiir plants at
fcctcd Inchidln the Baldwin Loco
motive works wffil the committee
claims COOO men are olll
In Its formal sialement tonight the
committee of ten declares that the
ranks of tho strikers are unbroken
and points to the success of Its ef
forts today to induce desertions from
the Baldwin plant a au IndlcaUon of
the reasonableness ot Its declaration
that within tho next day or two equal
ly important additions to the ranks
of the general strikers may be ex
pected
SAYS KNfW OF
GOMBUMHON
Cleveland Ohio March That a
combination with Guggenheim inter
ests was considered by thtf 23 claim
ants to Alaska cool lands was admit
ted today before United States Com
missioner McGce by W H Warner
one of the entrantS
Mr Warner declared that at Uio
meeting of the claimants at Spokane
In 190 to whichho sent a proxy
thcro had been a discussion on the
ndvlslbillty of a combination with tile
Guggonholms but that ho had under
stood the matter was dropped
Tho evidence wa gIven at an open
Ing of nn Inquiry here into the claims
of four of tho origiqal 33 claimants
to patents to Alaska lands
Mr Warner anti Hugh B Wick ot
Youngstown anothof claimant both
testified that they had known per
sonally most of tho 33 who had filed
claims and that It I had been under
stood that they could operate on a
friendly basis
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and Nasty Medicines
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Prescription stops tit awful Itch with
the first drops A PA Ascription of ac
knowledged value
Get a trial bottlq at 2Cc It will
take away the Itch rJght away and
you will sloop soundly We assure
you personally of time merits of this
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fAVOR CONVICT
ROA ojui LD t R S
Washington March Construction
of roads by comIc labor was dis
cussed in tho housq tpday In connec
tion with a bill providing for a mili
tary highway between Fort Leaven
worth and Fort Rile Kan to bo
built by labor from the military prison
at Fort Leavenworth Opposition was
expressed to having the government
take part hi tho bull lnp of any state
rood
Representative Ht son of Alabama
Introduced an amendment providing
for a division the cost of roads be
tween the government and tho states
when declared necessary by the secre
tary of war
Some great plan sfcQuld be drawn
up said Mr Hobsoh for tho con
struction of roadsjm i the United
States under a single harmonious sys
tem The roads of Alabama should lit
Into those of tho adjoining states In
every direction r
DESPERATE NEGROES
SET fiRE TO JAil
Elizabeth City N C March 9
Four negro prisoners set fire to tho
county Jail bore early today Tho
building wag damaged so seriously
that the prisoners woro taken to the
court house and placed under guard
One of the deputies laid down his
guns for a momout and Fred Johnson
a negro prIsoner sezed them firing
at Deputy Sheriff Cartwright The
deputy was not Injured and returned
tho lire shattering tho negros arm
THE PROPER COURSE
Information of Priceless Value to Ev
ery Ogden Citizen
How to act In an emergency Is
krfowledgo of Inestimable worth mid
this Is particularly truo of tho dis
eases and llltv of tho human body If
Oll suffer with bnckacho urinary dis
orders or any fdrm of kidney trouble
tho advice contained In tho following
statement will add a valuable asset
to your store of know lodge What
could ho moro convincing proof of tho
efficiency of Deans Kdnoy Pills than
the statement of Ogden citizens who
have been permanently cured
Mrs Bctaoy Shipley U72 22iid St
Ogden Utah says I do not think
there Is any need for people to suffer
from kidney complain when Doana
Kidney Pills can be had I doubt If
anyone has Buffered more severely
from this disease than I The worst
symptom of my case was a too fre
quent desire to void tho kidney se
cretions 1 also had backache and one
doctqr who treated me said I had a
floating kidney Doans Kidney Pills
which l procured from 3adcons Phar
macy gave mo Immediate relief ThIs
preparation IB so effective that I only
wish every kidney sufferer would
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Mrs Shipley gave the aboo testi 1
monial lu July 190U and when Inter
viewed In July 1909 she said I
stilt take pleasure In recommending
Deans Kidney Pills for the cure they
effected has hen permanent The
fltalopiont I jave forpublication in
their favor three yean ago still holds
I good
gOodor jjalo bart ilcpiers Price 50
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Albany N Y March 9 Timothy
L Woodruff chairman of the Repub
lican state cornmltco arrived hero
tonight and took charge of tho fight
against the effort of Senator Root to
whip tho Republicans Into line for
the election of Roots candidate for
majority leader
Woodruffs hasty journey to Albany
proved that the Republican organiza
tion has a real battle un hand and
judging from the defiant attitude of
his adherents thoao who stand
ready to obey the wishes of Root
and of Governor Hughes will have
difficulty In electing Senator Harvey
D Hlnman of Blnghamton president
protomporo at the caucus tomorrow
night
Mr Woodruff attended Senator
Plaits funeral and came from Oawogo
with W W Barnes Jr Republican
state cornmltlccinan from Alabama
county and ono of the governors
most consistent opponents Tho situa
tion tonight resolved Itself Into Wood
ruff and Barnes with such of the old
party leaders as still control their
own counties against Root and
Hughes backed by the administration
at Washington Woodruff refused to
make a statement but it Is assumed
that ho will not surrender at least
until after he has canvassed the
situation
Senator Cobh of Walcrtown whose
election as majority leader seemed
certain until Root publicly endorsed
Hlnunin insisted tonight that he was
still Jn the light
Indications tonight wero that no
candidate would have enough votes
in the conference tomorrow night
to assure election and the conferenco
might adjourn again without naming
a now leader
According to the claims from Uiroo
camps the Republican senators now
stand as follows
For Cobb 15 for Ilinman 13 for
Davis 1 doubtful 1 Necessary for
election 37
Tho Republican Situation In the
Inst 21 hours has undergone so swift
a change that tho most experienced
politicians confess themselves at sea
If a majority of the Republican sen
ators openly defy Root It Is evident
that the party will face a split of un
precedented dimensions
Cobbs friends declare tonight that
Root was misled and that he never
would have tried to assert his au
thority so publicly unless he had be
lieved that n word from him would
settle the situation
They goldbricked him thats all
said Ono of tho recalcitrants It
Roots leadership is disowned some
Republicans declared tonight that
nothing but the return of Theodore
Roosevelt could cement tho party in
time to present an unbroken front
to the enemy at the next state elec
tion I
tionThe
The present disagreement is the
first test of Senator Roots power
Where Surgery Fails
Cutting Wont Remove the Cause
of Piles
Plies mean more than merely the
pain of tho stubborn little tumors
There is a condition insldo that must
be dealt with Cutting Is usually fol
lowed with later and worso attacks
A permanent euro can only be made
by bettering the condition of the parts
nUll getting a free circulation of the
blood
HemRold euros all kinds of piles
by Internal action right on the cause
Sold by Badcons Pharmacy Ogden
Utah nnd money back If It falls 1
per bottle Dr Leonhardt Station
B Buffalo N Y
MAYBRAY GANG
SEEKS MERCY
Council Bluffs Iowa March 9
Pleading guilty to a charge of con
spiracy to defraud In connection with
tho widespread swindling operations
charged against John C Maybray and
eighty other defendants Bert R
Shores William S Harris and Frank
X Marsh late this afternoon threw
themselves ou tho mercy op the fed <
eral court Sentence was deferred
Early in the day these three mou
with thirteen other defendants livid
so Marsh Is an allaround athlete
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It Isnt that We can do an well for
wo can do bettor In quality and prig
and glvo your fresher seed
We can sell you paokago seeds but
wo prefer to sell you bulk seeds
They aro always fresher
GROUTS SEED STORE
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Traveling Salesmen I
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toplirecxdasrveconlnctiulihlocalarcntj
in sell Tin SATURDAY EVPSINC Posr In
tounswitli Idistlun 3OO InhabiUntj
This Is tin exceptional aideline proposi
tion to county madmen ccnerlni country
towel Spmsthlop new anti diflercnl a
really profitable side line
There no cxjvenJc IQ ounooutfil to buy
and no canvassing lo be done Nothlnr to
carral least not more than a pocketful
A Rood chance for moncvearnlnj cti 1
commission basis Name the county you
prefer Addrex
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THE CURTIS PUBLISHING COHPANr
Philadelphia Pennirlruilt
been arraigned and pleaded not guilty
Marsh said that ho had talked the
matter over with Shores and Harris
and that they had decided to plead
guilty and take our medicine
Marsh also declared he would not
turn government evidence but It Is
believed Shores and Harris will do
LEGAL I
1 DISSOLUTION OF CORPORATION
In the District Court of the Second
Judicial District of tho Slate of Utah
within and for tho County of Wober
In tho Matter of the Dissolution of
Wheelwright Brothers Mercantile
Company a corporation
Notlco Is hereby given that tho
application of Wheelwright Brothers
Mercantile Company a domestic cor
poration for the dissolution of said
corporation having been presented to
tho above named court by tho Direc
tors of said corporation was on tho
4th day of March 1910 by order of I
said court filed with tho Clerk of sold
court and said Clerk directed to give
thirty 30 days notice by publication
of said application
This notice commencing on the day
of tho first publication of the same
towlt March 1th JO 10 will expire on
tho ILk day of April 1910 and any
1 person may file objections to auld ap
plication at any time before expira
tion of the day last abovo named
Witness my hand and seal of said
court hereto affixed this Ill day of
March A D 1910
Seal S O DYE Clerk
VOLNDY C GUNNTLL
Attorney for Applicants
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Kndjha < vb < cn a Wr sLUng promoter In
SentUM Sbtfrca III l si nSaaftl man
vvhllefHarrH glietf I Spokane as his
hone ZMnrah and Harris
wero
charged with having steered J G
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Okla against a 210fo fako wrestling I
match Kavanaugh formerly llxed In
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LEGAL
BIDS WANTED
Tho Board of Education of Weber
county acting under sec 1891x42
Chapter 16 Complied laws of Utah
1007 will receive bids for the erection
of a fourroom brick school building
to bo built at Eden Weber county
Utah
Plans and specifications can be ob
tained at the office of F C Woods
Co architects 5th floor First Na
tional Bank building Ogden Utah
Sealed bids for tho proposed build
rug will be received at tho office of
the Board of Education of Wobor
county until Saturday March 1Jth at
12 oclock m when nil proposals will
bo considered in open session of tho
Board and the contract awarded 1C
tiny of tho bids arc approved
The board reserves Uio right to re
ject any and all hIlls Tho bld3 must
bo accompanied by n certified check
of not leas than five per cent of tho
amount of tho bid made payable to
the order of tho board which la for
feited III case of failure or refusal to
ontor Into the contract or furnish tho
bond required I I
By order of the Boarfl of Education
of Wobor county
JDated Ogden March 7 1910
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