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THE EVENING PAPER WEATHER FORECAST
IS THE PAPER OF TO tanbarb
1 THE INDICATIONS ARE THAT THE
WEATHER WILL BE GENERALLY
DAY THi MORNING
LY FAIR TONIGHT AND TOMOR
PAPER OF YESTERDAY + ROW
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OGDEN CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY 16 1910 as Second Clacn Matter at the Poetofflco Ogden Utah
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BALLINGER M4KESUHTOF TE 0 > S
CARSADE BY GIffORD PiNCHOl
Secretary of the Interior Says He Will Dis <
pel the Suspicions aud Innuendo as Soon
as He Takes the Witness Stand
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1 St Paul March 1C Secretary oC
t c Interior Balllnger was tiio prlric
pal speaker at the opening of the
Opening of lie Minnesota Cons ra
msm and Agricultural congress toda
j Delegates were present from a n
parts of Minnesota and from a mm
be1 of neighboring states
1 Governor Shcrhard welcomed ii
delegates and Introduced Arcll sho
Ireland who presided at the first ses
slon 3
j The congress will continue four
I
i days and several noted speakers mo
i on the program Including govtrnmen
experts
I
St Paul March 1GThe Itisui
rent movement IH something like a
fantasy nnd the Dalllngor Pincho
hearing Is of less Importance In tin
cast than 10 tho west
Secretary lialllnger who in here it
address the Minnesota conscrvutoi
convention thus expressed himself to
day
When you are riding on the flalna
a COW on the horlron looks forty foe
high but when you como up to It Its
only a cow he said
Speaking further of the invest iga
tlon of tho Claris charges Mr Bal
linger said
So far nothing has been hroughi
to light but suspicions Innuendos and
ntlmntlonn These 1 will dispel at
soon as my evidence Is In
I r fEll INTO
i hOT AT
Litt e Girr Is Scalded
L
and Dies From
Wounds
Pittsburc Pa March GCeleste
Flick four years old met her death
tat her homo In Ford City by trying to
emulate her brother In a game of fol
low your loader Celeste with a
number of children were romping
i about tho house when they came
across a large covered Settle of hot
water from which steam was puffing
out beneath the lid
Her eight year old brother was the
loader Ho sat on the lid a mo
ment then It was Celestes turn The
lid tilted with the child and plunged
nor Into the scalding water Inflicting
wounds from which she died
i O iDURMAN
I s VSITED
Roosevelt Sees the City
on Left Bank of
1 the Nile
i
Khartourm March 10The Roopc
Celts paid a second visit to Okmurman
tctlay The ton is on the left bank
of the Illvcr Nile Just below the
Junction of tho White Nile and the
Blue Nile and almost opposite Kliar
touui It contains much of Interest to
the traveler
The atari was made after an early
+ breakfast Colonel Roosevelt Mrs
Roosevelt Kermlt and Miss Ethel be
In accompanied by Baron Slatin the I
Ineppctor general of Egypt and eith I
er officers and friends
The party made the trip on tho sl
radrs yacht Elfin One object of tho
excursion was to witness the twolfth I
Soudanese regiment on parade
The Roosovelts visited the Khalifi
Throne near the center of the town
Near Iho house In the malulls tomb
and within the enclosure of tlio house
is tho tomb of Herbert Howard l Qn
lof the Earl of Carletoke who was
J killed at tho battlo of Karrcdl while
acting as a war correspondent
I Colonel Roosevelt received the
more prominent residents of the On
durmau during the visit ai the Khallffl
t house today Following he reception
the market place and the p turpsQle
Itazarra were visited and Home of tho
houses of sundried bricks as well
I nz the mud huts which predominated
were examined
Tho Rnosevelts reached Omdurman
t At 7 oclock and found walllms to
them on the pier a croup of frlllsh
t officials an escort of Soudanese col
dlors and a large number of Arabs
The latter In their robes of many col
ors made an Interesting picture
t Colonel Roosevelt shook hunda all
around
I rA camel corps was In waiting but
Cplouol and Mrs Roosevelt who hod
tsSJd their experience on the ships of
the desert the day before elected to
travel today in a dog cart Others of
their Immediate party mounted
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horses or donkeys Mounted polar
I ofllcers accompanied the cavalcad <
which was headed by four members a
I the camel corps followers of th
Mahdi brilliantly garbed In gold
faced scarlet coatn and turban anll
trousers of snowy white Tour file
tical appearing camel riders forme
the rear guard
As the regal appearing processio
moved Slalln Pasha pointed out tho
points of Interest and related tlw
scraps of history with which each
spot Is associated
IRESERV MAY
HOLD s DEM
Yonkers N Y March 1Slxty
million gallons of water the content
of the Dig Fort Field reservoir will
be emptied to ascertain whether a sui
I cide note found on the banks of the
I reservoir several days ago was a boas
As Yonkers Is In the midst of l
typhoid fever epidemic caused by In
pure water the health department de
clares that nothing must be left un
done to determine whether a huinai
bod really lies at the bottom of the
reservoir Repented dragging of 1 he
bottom with grappling hooks ha >
failed to bring up any trace of tin
supposed suicide Dynamite canno
be used because of the danger to tho
concrete bottom and sides of the
reservoir
If a hoax the suicide letter will Lc
a costly ono for emptying the reser
voir will cost nearly 55000
BRIDE IIAY HIM
A FINAL FLIN 6
Muskegon Mich March 1C ii
wedding under unusual circumstance
was celebtate In Ihe court of Justice
0 0 Steamnu here yesterday Free
Sloman had been arrested charged
with drunkenness and disorderly con
duct Ho told the judge he art been
given permission to get druuk by the
girl ho wan to marry
To prove his assertion Slotuan pro
duced a bright new marriage license
The bride wan summoned and told UK
court that the prisoners defense was
true She wanted her future husband
she said to have a final fling so
that he would remain sober tho rest
of his life Tho couple declared them
solves ready to be married and the
I Judge dismissed the case and per
I formed the ceremony
JAPS SENTENCED
IN HONOLULU
Honolulu March IGJlldge Robert
son of the circuit court yesterday sen
tenced tweuty three Japanese cap
tured by the United States revenue
cutter Thetis in the act of killing
I
birds on the Islands within the bird
reserves to twentyfour hours impriu
onment
Judge Robertson stated that he Im
posed only the minimum penalty be
cause howas satisfied that the Japan
o owcro but Ignorant tools of ottors
who had engaged thorn
I Dnifcd States Attorney Robert W
JJrackons stated that lie would en
d to prosecute those higher up
who profited by the operations of the
Japanese ccollos in killing off the
birds for commercial purposes
SULLIVAN MAY
NOT RECOVER
Chlcngo March lljIIrs W I Sul
livan wife of the Chicago American
catcher loft here last night for Los
Angeles after being notified of a
change for the worn In the condition
01 tho former manager who stepped
on a runty nail Saturday and is suffer
ing from blood poisoning
The telegram to Mrs Sullivan cI
demUr intended not to be alarming
reads as follows
Progressing nicely Think it bet
ter for you to come at once Your
coiupany and nursing will hasten ro
covory Take Santa Fe to Los An
geles Wire us when you leave
I Signed YILL
Mr I SullvAn was skeptical as to
the reassuring part of th3 message
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O wnrdCharlcttan an 11yearod 0
O boy is in a Now York hospital 0
O today fatally wounded by a 0
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I O soldier with two boys near his O
O homo at Wllloto Point L I 0
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and slated that It did not sound Ilk I
her husbands wording This Riisplrloi
vas borne out by telegraphic report I
from Los Angeles where it wns
stated that the Infection in the woum I
on Sullivans left foot was spreading
and that he was confined to his room
I
at the Elks club with a rtellrlou
fever I
Mrs Sullivan formerly was a
trained nursn and their marriage was
the result of an acquaintance former
at Mercy hospital when Sullivan waa I
operated upon for appendicitis
I
HE BLEW OFF THE
TOP OF HIS HEAD
I
I Muskooke Okla March GPI
I fcrrinc death at his own hands to
capture by the jiossee that surrounded
I him Will Dazzler living near here
last night blew off the top of his hcai
i with a shotgun
I Dazzler killed Harvey Shears a
neighbor following a quarrel over a
line fence yesterday afternoon He
fled to the Grceileaf mountains her
ho was surrounded by the posse
I DRQ YVLLYI
r DOCTORS I
He Says the Effort to
Prevent Disease Is
Big Work
Kansas City Mo March 10 As
I sorting his belief that one of thi
greatest functions in medical srlenci
Is to prevent rnthor than tn cure dl
soaso Dr 1L W VUey chief of tin
bureau of chemistry of the United
States department of agriculture ad
dressed a meeting orrbe Tacksoi
I County Medical society hero las
night
Iam in favor of teaching mankind
how to avoid infectious diseases
said Dr Wiley This leaching he
said should begin at the start of Hf
and should especially be applied dur
ing infancy
Ho characterized the question of
I nutrition at this stage ay of the great
I est importance
Milk Is the best food in the work
for Infanta fnd childrun continue
I the physician If ypu are certain th
milk Is pare do not have It pasteuriz
ed TJnpasteurlzed milk is much mot
nourishing A few scans will not kll
a healthy Infant It Is only the mast
of microbes absorbed by feed in un
healthy fetid atmospheres that art
deadly to the child
I Dr George Cellar of tho Peoria
I State Hospital for the Insane alsc
addressed tho mooting his subject he
ing Occupations for the Insane as a
Means of Cure
PRESIDENT
IS EXCITfD
Auto Narrowly Escapes
I Running Down
Woman
Washington March 1 President
Taft left hero at 010 a m for Chi
cago over the Peniinylvaniaiailroad
Ho Is duo there at oclock tomorrow
morning From Chicago the Presi
dent will swing aroyml the circle to
Rochester Albany New York New
Haven and Providence and will not
be In Washington again until March
I L3rd
L3rdShortly
Shortly after leaving the White
I House on his way to the station the
President had an extremely exciting
moment The big White House auto
mobile bearing him and bin tilde Cap
tain Butt narrowly escaped running
down a woman Tho heavy car was
sunning at good speed and was cross
Ing Fourteenth street on New York
avenue when a woman darted In
front of the machine Instantly the
chauffeur applied the brakes bringing
the machine ton sudden stop The
President seeing the impending acci
dent was on his feel In an instant
and shouted a warning The car then
continued on Its way and narrowly
missed hilling a trolley car
I
CHICAGO TO CAST
VERY BIG VOTE
Chicago March I1An unprcce
dented registrationof 112338 yester
lay raised the number of Chicago
voters to a total that assured a new
record estimated by Election board
offlclalo aa cldsd to 410000 after re
vision The highest number of voleri
cver on the citys pollfnp lists until
this year wan 10943J In 1008 a preil
dontlal year
Tho new fijjnf rf Rive statisticians a
baals on which to estimate a heavy in
crease In Chicagos population Poli
ticians howeveragree that the excep
tional spring registration which has
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TO KETCHEL SIGNS 1 Q
io 0
0 Memphis March17 Stan 0
+ 0 lev Kctchel who arrived last 0
O night from Hot Springs on his 0
I 0 way to Pittsburgh signed to 0
1o meet Jimmy Howjmlmdcfeat 0
0 ed southern middleweight be 0
O fore the Memphis Athletic club 0
O April G 0
O 0
OOCOCOOO PC Q O O Q O C
r
eclipsed the hlIH previous total Uj
more than 5On Was duo to the
alt uggie over the saloons I
MINERS TO
QUIT WORK
Strike of 30000 To
I
Occur On First
of April
Cincinnati 0 March 1GOnl In
advancing wages can the coal mine
I operators of the country avert H strike
I of union miners after April accord
ing to developments before the special
convention of the United Mine Work
I
ers of North America hero today The
I session lasted only IG minutes but ir
that time tho leaders of the men Inti
mated plainly that more money musl
be paid to the 300000 workmen in
Aolved or no new wage agreement
will be signed The miners are under
stood to be willing give up their de
mands for Saturday half holldays
run of mine payments and the I
I lessor points raised in the Joint con
ference of the central competitive
field last week
On thoadvance of wanes however
they arc firm For the first time to
day the miners notified the country ol
the gravity of the situation
JOHNSON TRAINS
AT OCEAt 1 VIEW
Chicago March itTack Johnson
the heavyweight champion will or
i tabllsh his training camp at Ocean
View San Francisco hllo preparing
I for his encounter with James I Jof
fries on July Ith This Is the an
i nouncoment made jeverday after
nearly every spot on the Pacific coast
had made some kind of nn offer tc
have him pick the ore best BB the
I place to do his tralulcg when he ar
rives in California about thc middle of
May
I Johnson started today to do about
ton miles on the road to keep down
flesh This will bo his daily task
from now until he takes up the real
grind at Ocean View
I
MAKING RECORD
1 i BREAKIN TRIP
New York March Ifi President
Benjamin Ide Whoolcr of the Univer
sity of California who reached New
York at midnight on the Kron Prln
resse CccMle Is making a record
breaking trip from Cherbourg to San
Francisco leaving New York this af
ternoon he expects to roach his des
tination within ten days from the date
of his departure from France He
has important appolfatmcnLs In Cali
fornia on March 20 If he succeeds in
mooting thorn be wlll have broken all
speed records between Cherbourg and
the Pacific coast i
ftlAY BE WRECK
OF A VESSEL
jh
Victoria n C March t6l report
i has been made to thri marine depart
ment by Cnpliiin Heater of the whal
ing steamer Orion that the steamer
fouled her cable whllri1 taking a whale
six miles south of Uhuluet on what
seemed be a submerged wreck and
I Captain Hoaton is of the opinion that
it may prove to he the snoop of war
Condor which foundered in Decem
ber 1001 with 101 oflcern and men
The location of the supposed wreck Ifi
In fifty fathoms of water
LAN6FORD = FLYNN
I FI8HTS MARCH 17
i Los Angeles Cal March 1rSam
I loinglord and Jim Flynn will fight
I 55 rounds In Jeffries pavilion at
i Vernon tomorrow afternoon Al
though at the end of a ten ronnrt
bout between the pair some weeks
I ago Flynn was given j the newspaper
tieclsiou he is on the short end at
I olds of 2 to 1 and 10 to C for tomor
rows event
I At tho training quarters of the two
lien both arc reported in line condi
tion
i
I WESTON IN KANSAS
Raymond Kns MnrcliO6 Edward
Payeon Weston passed through hero
this morning for Hutchinson expect
ng to cover 52 miles by night
t
KING TO GIVE A
DINNER TO ROOSEVELT
Rome March 165 King Victor
Emmanuel has decided give a din
ner In honor of former President
loosovelt on the occatlon the haters
era visit to this city The gueatn
ivlll Include Mrs Roosevelt Hermit
and Miss Ethel American Ambassa
lEADERS DESPAIRING OF SETTLING
THE BIG STRIkE IN PHILADELPHIA
dot Lolnhman Mrs Lolshman other
members of the American ombassj
find Count Gulcciardinl minister ol
foreign affairs
SISTERS TO CARE FOR
CONSUMPTIVE PEOPLE
Denver March Iti By the purchase
yesterday of fifteen acres of land near
the southeastern limits of Denver the
Sisters of St Francis have launched
a movement for the erection of a tu
berculosis satkarlum to cost 250000 I
The institution will be known as St
Leo Memorial hospital It will he oC
a semi charitable character
MURDERER OF SWEETHEART
CAPTURED IN SEATTL
Seattle Wash March IGJoo Find
alias John Flayaad who shot nud
killed his Bweatheart Miss Leda Nl
chola aged 17 in this city in 190C I
has been arrested in Mexico City
I A warrau charging murder in the
1 first degree has been sent to Mexic < I
and he will be extradited
FOITY LIVES I
WERE LOST
Ship Carried Emigrant
Bound for This
Country
Lisbon March lGThe Portugues
governor of the Azores cabled fron
Horta Island of Fayal that the Portu
guese bark reported yesterday as los
in a storm off Pico Island was loader
with emigrants hound for America
Forty lives wore lost
Twentythree of the passengers am
crew were sawed The bodies of 2 S
persons hove been washed ashore
The governor reports that when th <
I
survivors reached land they ran ter
I ror stricicn Into tho hills
SIXlrEN
tlAVE DIED
AH I Members of Count
Force Contracted
Disease
Chicago March lGFrnnk Simon
the last of tho sixteen employes In
I tho old county building to become In
I fected with tuberculosis died In Den
vor and the body will arrive In Chi
I cago today
Mr Simon who was 10 years old
became a teller in the county troa
I surors office with 15 others All of the
tcllonj contracted pulmonary diseases
and one by one they have died That
their deaths were due to the same
clauses and that the unsanitary condi
tions in the old county building were
responsible for their sickness was the
belief of thc physicians who attended
them
CmlDREN AiD
SOCIETY Of OGDEN
The following has been addressed
I to tho members of the Childrens Aid
society of Ogden Wober count
You are hereby notified that there
I
will he a meeting of said society held
at 21ti3 Adams avenue Ogden Utah
at the hour of 2 oclock p m on tho
first day of April 1910 for the pur
pose of considering incorporation
of this society as a body corporate
not for pecuniary profit under the
laws of the state of Utah
This the Mill day of March A D
1910 Signed MARY J GOSLING
President of said Society
Elizabeth G Bishop Acting Secre
tary
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I LONGEVITY RECORD 0
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5 ChillifotheAMo March 1C O
o The death of Mrs Anna Hol 0
I 3 court at Moline Kan ester 0
3 day aC the age of lOG years Is 0
3 the flr thr ak In the circle of 0
3 her family which IN believed 0
3 to hold records for longevity 0
3 WilliamHamilton a brother 0
Ie of Franklin county Kan IsO
rO 99 a Rider Mrs Sarah Byrne 0
3 of RushviUc Ill Is 102 and 0
rO James Hamll 0
0 another brother
I o top la 108 0
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Frightened Him
I AluyrDoctor w ataw Is the first
symptoms of eoftcnlnc of the brain
ArlvisorThe possession of
I Medical Advisor
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Chicago
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Call for a StateWide Strike Has Been Issu
ed and Contest Is Assuming More
Allarraing Proportions
I
Philadelphia March 16 Despairing
of further progress toward a settle
ment of the carmens strike with Goo i
H Earle one of the citys representa I
tives on the board of directors of tho
Philadelphia Rapid Trans company
the commttce ol ten today renewed
IB efforts to make the general strike
more effective
Carrying out the action taken by tno I
Slate Federation of Labor at its con
vention at New Castle last week State
President E E Greenwalt has sent out I
a call for a vote on a statewide
strike
The transit companys representa
tives say they are constantly Increas
II ing the number of cars In operation
There has been no disorder for sev
eral days and moro cars are running
today than nl any time since the strike
began
Tho company has announced that
men with good records may return
and although they may be permitted
to retain union membership they will
not be allowed to wear the big hut
ton which marked the union men
before tho present strike
President Mahon has gone to his
homo in Detroit but he Is expected
to return to this city on Friday
VICTIM Of
I
MAYBRAY
Texas Man Who Lost I
18000 On Fake
Wrestling u
Council Bluffs Iowa March 16
I
The first witness at the trial ot J C
Maybray and bin associates today 1
I was T B George of San Antonio
Texas who said ho was rolloved ol
JSOO In connection with a wresol
lax match at New Orlecfi two
years ago in which ono of the contes
tants apparently suffered a serious
homorratho In the second bout
Ho named Joseph H Wright now
under indictment but not yet arreste 1
as the friend who Induced him to
participate in the affair
Letters which parsed through the
mail played an important part in
leading Mr George into the toils and
they wore produced In evidence
Howard Slmpfon tho governments
star witness of yesterday wild today
I that In the event of Herrlraan Mo ore
and Brown now on trial at Oakland I
being brought here for trial be would
I doubtless bo a witness against thorn
Simpson appears to he friendly with
Mayhray He has spent some time
with tho latter at the jail Simpsons
testimony has not materially affected
I Maybraya interests in the present
trial
I The largo attendance of women at
the trial has been a feature
WORLDS MARKETS
UNION PACIFIC CONTINUES
TO SHOW WEAKNESS I
New York March 16 Selling ot
stocks in considerable volume was
I resumed today with the opening of
business at the stock exchange and
I hmall fractional declines resulted
American Smelting lost 31 I
Support was lacking to the market
I and stocks were poured out steadily
The extreme weakness shown by
Union Pacific and United States
I Steel created an unfavorable impres
I sion on speculative sentiment Union I
Pacific lost 2 18 Amalgamated Cop
I per and U S Stool 1 38 the pre
ferred and Southern Pacific 1 55 and
New York Central St Paul Rend
Ing Northern Pacific and American
Smelting 1 Liquidation Is speculat
ive stocks prevailed
More confidence was expressed
was expressed that labor troubles
I would be settled but stocks wore
pressed for sale Rumors sprang In
to circulation which Indicated bear
activity Tho money outlook was re
garded u sunfavorable Largo sell
s ing orders wore said to come from
western sources The disrlbullon of
the United States steel pamphlet re
port was followed by realizing Bales
I Reading broke 3 Southern Pacific 2
3S Unlter States Steel 1 34 and
American Smelting 2 18 Neon pric
es wore a fraction above tho lowest
Bonds were heavy
I
Chicago Produce
Chicago March16Butter steady
creameries 26 to 31 dairies 28 to
2T
I 2TEggs steady daisies and young
I Americans 10 l2a3l twwlns 16 l4a
12
Chicago Livestock
Chicago March in CatUc Re
ceipts estimated at 13000 market lOu
higher Beeves 5458tG Texas
steer fSOiftG10 western steers
I
480QG70 stackers and feeders
I
I
3CO a610 cows and heifers 527011 1
I GSi calves 300310EO
Hogs Rccoiptb estimated at 21
000 mantel Cc lower Light 1040ift
lOfiO heavy 1055r 1100 rough
SlOSnifi 1015 good to choice heavy
10fir ft 1100 pigs 8CO1045 bulk
I of sales O G1085
SheepReceipts estimated rt 12
I 000 market strong Native 510sp
820 western C 60G > 820 yearlngs I
srSOgiSOO lambs nallvo S300
990 western 801050 r
I ri
Omaha Livestock I
Omaha March IGCatUe He
celpts 6700 Market 10 cents higher i
Native steers 550a800 cows Dud heif j
ers lBOuO35 western steers COOi
700 stockers and feeders OOaS65 i
calves 300aS50
Hogs Rocelpts 9800 ii to 10 cents
lower Heavq IOalO50 mixed
10HOalO40 light 1025nlO35 pigs
800a050 bulk of sales lU30nlOiO r
Sheep Receipts 10000 Market
steady Lambs 1Cto 15 cents high i
er yearlings S00a885 wethors 750a
SOO ewes 750a7rJO lambs 935a900
Sugar and Coffee
New York March 16SlIsar raw 1
firm Muscovado C8G centrifugal
J3fi molasses sugar 361 Rellned t
steady
Coffee spot steady No 7 Rio 811
16 a 34 No 4 Santos 0 14
BUSY DAY IN 1
j
MUNICIPAL j
i
i COURT r I
i
John Cnlley was arraigned in the i
municipal court this morning on tho
chargo ot selling liquor without a
license and not on a physicians pro
scription The complainant was Of i
ficer Mohlman and the complaint al 1
leges that the liquor was sold to John
Fiandt last Sunday evening John
Doe one ot the clerks of tho Cullcy f
drug store Is jointly charged wit
the offense
The preliminary hearing of P H I
Earl Cragen alleged to have stol I
en 15 from the person of Wlllarrf
Perccll February 25th was begun
The motion of the attorney for UK
defendant for n dismissal of tho casa
was denied and the defendant was
placed upon the stand to testify in
his own behalf The young man
stated that ho knew nothing of tho i
alleged affair and that he is a total I
stranger to the party claiming to have I
boon robbed Ho said hit home Is in
Kansas and that all his pcoplo aro
respectable farmers of that section
01 the country Ke had been working
II
in Idaho before coming to Ogden
about six weeks ago j
The court took the matter under ad
visement and will render a decision
tomorrow morning Young Cragcn I
has been confined in the county Jail
since the 25th of last month I
The case of the city against Fred
0 Hulcbiuson was called but the de I
fondant was not in court The bail
he had furnished was
of 10 which
declared forfeited but tho court aft II
wards rescinded the ordor and in
structed tho clerk to have the officers I
bring the defendant into courL i
The complaint in the case alleges
that on March 15tn the defendant I
cruelly whipped his wife Mrs
Hutchinson was in the court room I
this morning ready to tell her story I
The else will come up tomorrow
morning
John Nowman denied that ho as
saulted Herbert DoHeor March loth
as alleged in a complaint filed nsalnht I
him The alleged assailant and tho I
one who claimed to have been as t
Hailed were used as witnesses The
Glory they told was of a little alter
cation between two workmen a
mortar mixer and a mortar carrier
in which tho mixer came out with a
black eye the carrier claiming how
over that tho mixer struck him first
The court concluded that the carrier
needed punishment ao ho rendered a
verdict of guilty aud sentenced him to <
pay a fine of f 5
Daniel Murphy said he was a beg
gar because he was up against it
Tie court advised him that he could
spend ten days in the city jail for
his trouble
Fred Wilson stated that be stole an
overcoat from the Central Loan com
pany yesterday He was sentenced
to pay a fine of Sly or go to Jail
fifteen days Fred is in Jail
John Sullivan and John Martls
pleaded guilty to the charge of beIng
court
Ing unlawfully drunk v The c
sentenced them to pay a fine of C I
I
each or serve five days In the city
baatllc
The ball of Walter Nelfion in the
S um of 1150 was declared forfeited t I
Walter not being In court to answer
to the charge of vagrancy
Oh Very Well
A negro came running down 1 thq
lane as though tho Old Boy was after i
aim What nro you running for Mose I i
called tho Colonel from tho born I
I aint aninnln for shouted I
back Moso 1so arunnin fram
Everybodys
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