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J 8 THE DAILY STANDARD OGDEN UTAH THURSDAY MARCH 17 1910 < I
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SUMMEfi BIT
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MUSTBE PURE I
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case to the entire family
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mer drinks which you give to youi children should be purity itself t
Artificial Is the Only Absolutely Pore lee
Ye not only guarantee to supply our customers with ice the year arouut1f they
want it11111 we will give them the only ice which is made of distilled water Distilled
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JEffRiES AND
Ii JOHNSON STUDIED
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By Tad
Now York March HiAt Emery
I ville track will 1m held next Fourth
of July the most remarkable ring hat
tic since men discovered that It was
sport to drive four slakes into the sod
run a rope around them and watch
two men inside pummel each other
with their fists until one sueum > bcd
Probably never In the history of
prize fighting and certainly never In
the history of the game on this side
of the water has there been a ring
battle that has so wrought ip the
general public Men who ordinarily
regard the tight columns of a news
paper as immoral literature and think
that it ought to be suppressed by the
postal authorities ore eagerly read
ins every bit of news and every opin
ion of the coming tight
Jim Jeffries Is the greatest white
fishier that ever lied and Jack John
r son is not far rom being the greatest
black They are going to fight for
t e heavyweight championship and
every man who li still young enough
to feel a thrill of excitement wants
to see which Is lie better man
Compares Two Fighters
In comparing the two men many
things must be considered records
age weight condition strength skill
and hitting pmer It Is tho purpose
of the writer to tlrawa accurately
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rately as possible picture of each
fighter as he will appear net Fourth
f of July with a summary of his
achievements and estimate of his
ability and leave you to form your
own conclusions
Unless you go behind the scenes a
lltllc It is a waste of time to com
pare the records of the two fighters
Jeffries won the championship from
one of the greatest lighting men that
ever lived and he held It against the
greatest group of heavyweights that
ever flourished one time under the
Queensberry law He fought them a <
often as they cared to meet him and
beat them as often
FitzslmmonK twice fell before him
and so did Jim Corbctl He heat Tom
S arkcy before he was champion and I
hammered him down to a walk In that
terrible 25rouud battle at Coney is
y land These are real ring triumphs I
On the other hand Johnson record
leaving out hat last two or three
years Is spotted Ills life as a prize
fighter was for years oho lung proces
sion ot fakes and crooked deals In
spite of this his record is only nega
tively bad
The only positive mark against him
4 t Is that Martin Hart got a decision
over him In 20 rounds at San Fran
cisco five years ago
Johnson Faked to Eat
There Is this to be said in defense
of Johnsons faking He had to cat
and the only way bo could get fights
was to tie himself up by secret and
I diets oaths and plcdsee not to fight
his best
When he started after Burns his
I morals changed for hero was a chance I
to win some honest money He heat
I Burns as he pleased in 14 rounds and I
Burns was then somewhat recognized
as the champion Since that time he I
has knocked Stanley Ketchel mil and
before that he tapped old Fitx 10
sleep In two rounds
Condition Is a mcch abused word
A man in condition to light his best
battle is always at his bestweight
but a mall may be at his best weight
and be by no means in condition to
fight his best battle
Joffrlca has not been 1n rent fighting
condition since his battle with Co
Jell in 1003 This is worth remain
bering nnd besides the chaUlI ion 1ms
not lived those seven ears after UK
fashion of a convent girl If anybody
tells you that Jeffries has not boon
dissipating for the last six or seven
years thank him but dont believe
him
Johnsona Late Dissipation
Dissipation takes something away
from a man that training vlll not
bring hack Johnson la no pure young
thing himself ifo had been rather
open about most of his exploits The
chief difference Is that he Is a younger
man and has not had the money for
those pleasures long as Jeff has
Jeffries mighty strength and fearful
wallop will be traditions as lone as
there Is a boxing glovo In the laud
Like Battling Nelson a man who could
tight himself out trying to burl but
unlike ho uano Jeffries had that ter
I rible shock to a foomans ribs or Jaw I
in either one of his gloves He is to
other great heavyweight whet a
Dreadnought Is to the old type of first
class battleship He has the same
greater power to lake blows and the
greater power to Inflict them
FltzrlmmoiiR hammered him until
his fists crumpled up like wet paper
Tho hug freak hurled one of his ter
r rible fists into Fltzs stomach and the
fight was over Tom Sharkey whom
no lighter had been able to Injure
swung blow after blow with terrible
force against the head and ribs of the
giant without effect and came out of
the bitter fight with his ribs caved
In llko the side of a rammed ferry
I boat
After he had become champion
Sharkey was the only man that face
him and stood on his feet at the final
bell The others were carried to their
corners Jack Mnn roc by the way
Is an exception but we neednt 50
Into that
FLYNN EXPECTS
TO WIN mm
Los 1n = cues Cal March liT o
lo one wore the morning odds on I
Langford III his fight with Fljnn this
afternoon at Vernon Therewas a
great deal of betting and keener in
terest displayed than in any other
light held here since the Burns
0IJrlcn fiasco This is due to Flynns I
showing against the black recently
when he won the newspaper decision
in ton rounds and got even for the
one round knockout langford adminis
tered in San Francisco some months
agoThe
The apparent reversal of foun gave
Flynn good support Nevertheless
oven money was to be had that he
would not last more than fifteen
rounds of the forlyflve scheduled
Both men have trained faithfully
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About ten pounds the better of the
weight will not he Flynn only advantage
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vantage over the nero He has a
much longer reach and Is several I
inches taller Hut Joe Woodman
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hangfords manager contrived to se
cure light rules which he hoped would
cognter act not only this but nullify
tho while lUaus mildanimal style of
lighting by prohibiting rough house
tactics
Protected In this manner Unugford
said he would end Flvnns hopes of
becoming Kctchols rival before the
end of fifteen rounds
Flynn as usual Is confident there
will be mo less in the gallery of
negro champions or nearchampions
before supper time
ROOSEVELT AT
AMERICAN MISSION I
Khartoum March 16After pay
ing a second visit lo Omdtirinan to
day and attending the Xhartoum
gynikana Col Roosevelt accompan
ied by Slaliu Pacha went to the
American mission and addressed the
students numbering more than twi
hundred and several hundred old Syr
Ian protestant collegians The former
were Tarbooshes and wore silk caps I
with tosscl while many of the latter j
were plctnio6uuely attired The ex j
ewldcnts arrival was greeted with I
cheers Dr Griffon loud of the instl i
tullon Introduced Col Roosevelt i
who e speech was loudly applauded I
It gives mo very great and real i
pleasure to be here today said Cot1
Roosevelt I doubt whether in any j
region of the earth it would he pos
hlble to see a more striking Instanc
of genuine progress made In the sub
slltiitlon of civilization for savagery
than has been recorded here in the
last twelve years I feel that you owe
a peculiar duly to iho government
under which you livea peculiar du
ly In the direction of doing your best
lo make the present conditions last
It is Incumbent on every decent clli
zen of Soudan to uphold conditions
ns they now exist and see that there
II no relapse Your befit orrorts must
bo given In this as a matter of pride
and not merely fiR a nobllgation
Ho exhorted his hearers become
the best type of citizens nest content
to be merely good servants They
could do most for their creed byvo
behaving all to Impresk i their neigh
bors that the Christian
faith was sec
ond to none
Col Rooaovctt pofculDti thKaOvortv
of the Aemrlcan missions especially
the medical work which he cotistit
cued the most nluable In the Practi
cal advancimcni of civilization He
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spoke highly of tho American mission
ary more highly of the missionary s
wife who accompanied him
Always Enid the ovprosidenl
the American Is a pretty good fl
ow hut his wife is a better fellow
still
At he conclusion of thc meeting
the students cheered Col Roosevelt
again and again and sang college
songs Then the party returned to
the palace
Later In tlie afternoon Mir Roose
volt appealed before his friends with
a slip of shamrock in his hand An
Irishman had sent him a bunch ot
shamrocks and tomorrow he will
adorn himself with Irelands national
emblem
hI always t wear the shamrock on
St Patrick day said the Colonel
who apparently was delighted with
having an opportunity to do
honor to I
the lush saint
DOUSE RIDES ROU6U
SM0D OVER SPEAKER
Washington Mar 1C Although
the republican organization of the
House lock radical measures today to
prevent repitltioii of yesterdays de
feat at the hands of tile Democratic
position to the maintenance of an auto
for the Speaker the allies scored an
other victory over the regulars even
more dccsivo than that of yesterday
On an appeal from Madison by
Speaker Cannon in the matter of
precedence for n Joint reuolullon the
house oled ngaiunt the speaker 131
to 111 in adltlon t othe full Demo
cratic vote and the 10 Insurgents who
have always stood against the speak
cr a dozen other Republicans nerto
fore regulars voted to turn down the
ruling of the chair
Following were the 42 Republicans
who voted against the speaker
Ames Massachusetts Carey Coop
er and Davidson Wisconsin Davis
Minnesota Cnivson iowa Fish New
York Gardner Massachussetts Good
Iowa Grennft North Dakota Hangh
en Iowa Hayes California Giggins I
Connecticut J Hlnshaw Nebraska I
Hollngsworth > Howlnrid and Johnaon I
Ohio Kendall Iowa Kjnkald Ne
braska Kopp Wisconsin Langley I
Kentucky lenrool Wisconsin IJnd
berg Minnesota McLaughlin Michi
gan Mndlron Kansas Martin South l
Dakota Mlllei Minnesota torso
Vl6conrin Murdock Kansas Nelson
Wisconsin Morris Nebraska Parsons
New York PIckett Iowa Polndoter
Washington Pray Montana Stafford
Wisconsin Stconmon Minnesota
Stevens Minnesota Townsend cil
Kan Volstead Minnesota Wison
Illinois Woods Iowa
Just before taking the solo Speaker
Cannon nddiCKed the house at length
giving his reasons for the ruling and
take
lie had just ruled that the constitu
tional nature of a resolution offered
by Representative Ciumnacictl on the
coming ceustifi gave it precedence
over the house rule establishing
calendar Wodnosdny which was one
of Ihe features of the Fitzgerald rules
In turning down the speaker of the
House who had no more or less au
thority than any speaker who hns pre
ceded him commented Mr Cannon
the cal question was whether the
speaker docs like a colossus bestride
the world
r RS SUIJJER All IS
GRANTED A OIVORCtI
Reno Nev March 10 Beulnh i
Slubbs Sunderlund daughter of J C II
Stnbbs gcnoril tratllc manager for
the Hnrrimnn lines with offices at I
Chicago was this morning granted a
decree of divorce on Uie ground of f
cruelty The case was heard behind
closed doors anti was not contented by a
iho defendant John Sunderland Prop
erty rights wore settled out of ourl
Mrs Stinderland getting the bulk of i
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the valuable real estate In this city
and will receive 575 per month ali
mony Snndcrland I chairman of tho
board of rcgeajs of tho University of
Nevada and is the Democratic commit
teeman from Nevada
J1q e I InjMit hemstca
Say pn
Wht IB ltd
DoC It tnke sixty minute men to
make ono man ot 110 J v3 Judau
IWAKED iAbMAi
DESTROYS HIJWIE
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San Francisco March IGSlark
fcfikctl and swinging a hug broad axe
ItyJtKo frenzy of sadden insanitv John
Porlla a powerful fcTour p carjionfor
terrorized the IuglcMc f llftslct this
j afternoon hfllj a rtolVqtial 6YJpollce
I men and fire company ai bay for rev
j oral hours nnd was not finally subduel
j iinjll a stream of water from a fife
I I engine was turned on1 him
Attention was attracted to Porcel
1 InS condition when his neighbors saw
II hfm stripped to the nkla chopping
down his house with an axe lust at
the moment a Krammnr school net
I door was boiling dljmlSKod and the
pupils wore thrown into a wild panic
by the sfRlu of the Insane man with
his formidable weapon Al riot call
was turned In md 1i coral accom
panied b > eight patrolmen hurled to
tile scene They fmmd Porcella at
bay in the midst of < the wreck of his
home To all comnnda to surrender
responded by thrjatonln the of
ficers with the hiS uxo The police
turned to the fire d department for aid
and armed with orilcrs from Fire
Marshal Iowe a full company rushed
to the spot < j
A stream of water propelled by
ordinary pressure not proving effec
tive an engine xtfiBj attached The
powerful stream knocked the axe
from his hands and brought the In
sane man lo earthy and before he
could recover ho was pin fined by a
lush of the pollqctfgKUiarl At the
detention hospital the battle was re
newed and ten monnhvere required to
place him In a cell J
suffered Intermittently from attacks
of religious mania
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KETCHEL ARRIVES TO
PREPARE FOR BOUT
Pill llIr Mar 1G > Stanley Ketch
el middleweight champion arrived
hero from Hot Springs tonight for his
light with Frank Claus scheduled for
Wednesday night Ketclu1 said he
was never PO strong In his life He
weighs K 7 pounds hut save he will
make the required 110 twentyfour
hours before the battle He will meet
Jimmy Howard another southern mid
dleweight at Memphis April 2
WOMAN SHOOTS
DOWN HR LOVER
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Salt Lake City Match lIiA little
Kitchen at the rear 1i Captain Willis
Limes quarters at Flirt Douglas wan i
the scene of a sensational tragedy to
day when Paul P Sdauaty 1S years
old and a private In the iospllal corps
uns shot to death byjLaiira Vandovcr
a cook in the cuipIpM of an ofllccr at
the fort
A deputy was srthSmonod from the
United Slates mstyhalb olilco and
at Captain Uiines dome found ho
woman ready to accompany him Sho
was arrested onawarrant churgiinr I
llrt degree murder
Shaunty hat a lialf hour previous
lo his death hadreturned to duty
after several days absence from his I
post at the fort The arrest had
been ordered foroverstn > itts his
time limit hill lo eluded the guard
IIHI mall straight way ID Captain I
tllnps quarters it the door of the
klfheii ho encoinwcijul the woman
whu was tw7ilh 1 > him with a fended j
revolver Ho was tu the act of en II
tering the door vlwn site tired three I
ballots Into his I > o < K I
Miss Vandovnr pr Mrs Shaunty
told the marshal that she was Shaun
tys wife and that her husband hal
men spending her money in liotiouo I
living Last night she assorted he
had beaten her cruelly They quar
relied in Capt Ullnes kitchen today
and as he was leaving she shot him
Shaunly was born at Springfield
Ky He was stationed at Fort Riley
Kas lor three years after his enlist
ment in thus army
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Outside Paradisic Orchard
Its no use madrni to Eve said
Adam I
Vlth facts we now must grapple
You are not tho apjilo of my eye
As before you eyed that apple I
Then Eve got mud O Your conduct
Ad t < I
To me a lesson tnaehos
We neer can he a happy pear I
1 hate a mas who peaches
Boston Transcript
MANY itl l
UfSWINDlE I
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Council BluffH la March 16 To
days vodlun of the trial of John C
Mnybraj and eightysix jtncr aefcnu
agts charged with swindling opera
I UoiiH by fraudulent use of the malls
produced a kaleldcaconx of testimony
I not beloro oniialicd In the trial I
Wllllnm II McOrath agud 2S a
graduate of the University or Mln I
nosoUu aart of tho SU Patl Law hol
t < to the evidence was as es
fly duped uut of his 10000 as was
James G Kile tf Cisco III aged 74 I
ftlio lost a similar amount T B
Ccnrge of San Antonio Tex lost 1S
I 000 Tames Webber of Slinmokon Pa I
c000 and L B Schurman n German
farmer and stockman of Iota lCu
5000 totalling 118000 nol the amount
that witnesses today told nf losing
McGrath recited today a remark
able story of his lOll Loula w
Weeks rector of an Rplscipal church
In Minnesota assured iMcGniMi that
It was former college frlendohlp hat j
prompted him to ask the witness IM
help him carry out the scheme Ac ¬
cording to the testimony it was this 1
declaration alone that induced him
to bring 10000 lo Council Bluff I
l When 1 got here and looked tho
situation over said McGrath 1 I
I took Stowe out to the park and plead
ed with him hot to go Into the deal r
Assistant District Attorney Stewart
elicited from McGrath that ho finally J
went So far as to get a draft in arm
or his brother and put It in an envelope
elope preparatory to moiling It to I
Stillwater lInn The witness then 1
declared he met Maybray who Indnc I
el him to try lo get hIs money at
the bank Ho said
hI went to tho First National bank
which Issued the limit and file idler
told me to endorse it with m y broth
ers name and when 1ltJ so he read
ily gave me the money
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McGraih now has a civil suit against
the bank for lie recovery of the I
money tiniest B Hart former na
tional Republican commItteeman for
Iowa Is an officer of the bank
fAVORiTE fAnS
IN FIFTH RAGE I
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Oakland March GThomDs Cal
houn favorite for the fifth lace at
limeryvlllo today fell when running I
prominently Coburn escaped injury
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Tajilin on the Wrestler caught
Thomas Calhoun and galloped with
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him past tho stand evoking much ap
plause Araace the ollds on favorite I
I won tho Healdsburg handicap nature I
I of the card Tho weather was showery
I aiid the track hdavy
First race six furlongs selling
Ben Stono 5 to 1 won Redondo 15
to 1 second Anglo Face S to 1 third
Ante 110 2r
Second race thrco and a half fur
longs puree Melon Barbo 7 to 2 won
Arngoncwn 10 to t second Kormak I
10 to 1 third Time 12 45
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Fourth race Jilile and a sixteenth
Arazoo Il to 20 won Edwin T Fryer
9 to 1 second adze 8 to 1 third
Time 118 2n
Fifth race mile Trcniaigo 5 to 1
won French Cooit 1010 1 second
Tiumpass 20 lo 1 third Time t45 I
Sixth race six lrlongsAmwo I
7 to 2 won Inham ° to 1 second
Black Snoop 2 to 1 third Time L 15
ilJ ANT liBERTY FOR j
THE PHILIP1ES
Washington March GA petition
praying for thu independence of thu
Philippine Islands was presented to
the senate today l > y Senator Cranu I
lL Is signed by about 1 00 prominent
pcifons of the United States headed
by Alton Q Parlccr of New York The
tUuatnrcH Include twenty prominent
educators among Cliem DavJd Starr
Jordan presidentof Leland Stanford
university
OLDFIELD SHATTERS
ALL SPEED RECORDS
Duytonia Mr March Ifi JJarney
Oldfiehl iliviip against time with a
flying Han In a 20ihorse power
Benz automobile of special MesJsn
cnHred the fa to t mile today ever
turned by a ttiniiin being lilt iic > I
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TIJvpiiWA
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ThSTE
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In regardto the money poiutfor 18 well give you a
suit that has the sjrjTi look mYd the 30 wear
In regard to limein leas than five minutes tlc Clln fit
iiiobt any infuir I
In regard to taste your taste aud our judgmentcantgo
wrong a I
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SPECIAL rnIS WEEK
Wo lira selling our entire lino of Wash Vests ranging from
2 to 5 for 1 EACH
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KUHNS I
Modern Clothes t I
Tell TW HB Wash Ave I
Everybody 0 tl 11 0 r At 2365
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TIiE COAL J
2 001 Itogo SOF 550 delivered i 1
o f 1
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Shurtliffi COe
PtOEes 18 1
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was ueiilnfvcn and thirtthroe I
hundredths seconds
flu previous record was set here
fom years rgo by Marriott who drove I
a npucial Stanley Steamer one mil
in 28 15 yororids or an avovag0 speed
of 127G miles an hour Oldlields
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average today was 13172
011 II chi galn launched hs great
car from a standing start for a mile
against lime null crossed the finish I
lino with another retofd Ills lime
wits 403 11100 second against 41
2J10T Minus made with thin eaino
car by HoiiiiTj in England The Urn
lug for hoth races wad done by 1
II Warner official timer for the Am
erican automobile association wltn
the mechanical device used at the
Atlanta and IndlannpoliB spccdways
which has been officially adopted by
the association
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ORE NEAR HEP I HOUSE
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Provo March 16S A Hoijricliscn
a Scolield business man Is in the
city from Nowhoufe whore ho Is now
spending 111031 of his lain looking I
after tho development of his mining
property Mr Hcnrlchseu furnishes
a strong illustration that pluck and
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porscrveraiKe finally brings reward
He owns a group of ten mining claims
near Newhouse which he has been
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developing for probably over twenty
years putting in money taken from I
his mercuntllo business lie now
stales that he has opened lJla largo I
ore body and la putting up ore bins
and making other arrangement for
large and permanent shipments In
the past Mr Henrichaen has had I
many chances to sell all or part of
his interest in the property but his
price has been no high that no sale I
has been mado lie has steadily
workod the property being satisfied I
that it would develop into a big mlno
and he now believes he has realized
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hlsgreat expectations
Sun F Moon seems to be the only I
firm In the universe that hats n natural
monopoly and makes light of It
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aofijo RORTS
RBSd KirUifh
fflSREGRDEEJ
New York March IGTrc stock
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market reflected the further techni
cal course of the speculation today
without much regard to the novs fac
tor The shrewd suspicion that most
of the poworful speculative force
who had sold heavily at the high
levels last week had withdrawn their
benevolent control of tho market and
Were not averse oven to sec prices re
cede again was harbored In the minds
of the professional element This
helped on the decline
The hulk of the sales were ascribed
to sorrccs outBlde of New York most
ly western speculative centers Great
er confidence was professed about the
Block exchange in the prospect of
settlement of lalmr troubles but the
ultimate outcome of the wage contro
versy which are numerous In the rail
road world
Yesterdays sharp break In price
In Itself Induced sonic or the profcnl
liquidation by timid holders and by
those called on to put up additional
martin Slns of bear activity were
plainly seen These Included a re
vival of reports of J P Morgans ill
health and alleged anxiety over the
physical condition of the king of Eng
land
The pressure lo sell United States
Steel was a sympathetic Influence
The publication of the pamphlet ro
Bart of the corporation disclosed the
favorable details of the years opera
motives for the latest adauce In the
stock The elaborate details of the
report offered no striking additions
to the main outline as already known
The digestion of the facts of tho
steel report and the needs of the rn
covered shorts contributed to the ef
fective rally of the latter part of tho
day
dayMuch
Much of that was lost before the
closing which was weak Interior ex i
change moved In favor of New York
Rates for lime loans however were
firmly hold
Bonds were heavy
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rrt ALSO NEVI CAPES AND COATS NOV y hi I l fl l l I Iig
LARGE 15c HOOIC TO T ELII y I P
ON DISPLAY LOOK ON THE BAt 12f i 0 t k i rL
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