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THE EVENING PAPER WEATHER FORECAST
1S THE PAPER OF TO frb THE INDICATIONS ARE THAT THE
r a tt a r WEATHER TONIGHT WILL
DAY THE MORNING lG BE
FAIR AND WARMER IN SOUTH
PAPER OF YESTERDAY r PORTION RAIN TUESDAY
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I Fortieth Year No G9Prce Five Cents OGDEN CITY UTAH MONDAY EVENING MARCH 21 JJO Entered an Second Clana Matter at the Postofflce OGden Utah
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I Fortyfive People Are KiIledJ > f
In a Train Wreck in Iowa
DISASTROUS WRECK OCCURS N OWA
5 fORTYflVE DEAD AND MANY INJURED
Rock Island Passenger Train Being Detoured
i Over the Chicago Great Western Tracks
Ditched Causing Great Loss of
life in Telescoped Cars
Two trains special No 21 for the
Twin Cities and No 10 Chicago to
the Twin Cities combined which were
being detoured around A freight wreck
near ShollHburg Iowa wore backing
with two engines when the front en
gine loft the track at a deep cut car
rying the other engine with it Both I
stick In a cloy bank stopping the
R
train BO suddenly the sleepers tele
scoped tho smoker and day conch
I whore most were killed One coach
L was n special womens coach The
shock was hardly Colt until the sleeper
telescoped the smokes
The Identified dead
JACOB NAUHOLZ Cedar Rapids
conductor train No 21
ROSS Cedar Rapids fire
r man engine No S2S
r HARTER Cedar Rapids
l brnkoman
ARCIHE PRICE Cedar Rapids por
ter
The Injured Include L W Parrish
Cedar Falls profesfior Iowa State
ai Teachers college
It was later ascertained that 45 peo
r jilo wero killed in the wreck
i ftarstrtiltown la 3Iaroli 21Thir j
tytwo and perliapB fofly people Here
Jellied and twentyfourlnjured uovcral
fatally In the wreck today a Hock
Island train wljlch was being de
toured on the Chicago Great Wccstern
tracks four miles north of Green
Mountain la today
Chicago March IAn official re
port to tho Rock Island offices bore at
210 p m states thac tile bodies of
hlrtythrec dead have been recovered
from the wreck at Gladbrook la and
himone Injures rescued At Unit
hour the search continued
Nearly all of tho casualties occurred
In the chair car although two sleep
erg were also wrecked
Tho wrecked train was a consolida
lon of two others both known as tho
Twin City Express one having left
Chicago at 115 p m and the other
I St Louis at 215 p in yesterday
Tho washout of n bridge north of
t Cedar Rapids hade the detour ocr
the Chicago Grand Rapids tracks
q nocossarv The two trains were made
one at Cedar Rapids
Des Moines March 1P AV Cher
n of Princeton In ono of tho pas
Bcugcrs on the Rock Island train
which was wrecked at Green Mona
Win toda telephoned today that tho
total dead numbered 12 with the In
lurod list probably as great Cherry
f said he helped to remove 3i dead from
the wreck
Ct SPECIAL TRAIN
f OF HOLLANDERS
New York March 210ne of the
moat rcmarhablo parties of emi
grants that ever came to thin coun
try arrived yesterday on the Lapland
l and today Is speeding west In a speci
al train for their future home In Min
nesota There are some 100 suirdy
Dutch men women and children well I
I Mipplled with money and travelling dc
r hxe In two Pullmans a smoking can
a diner and baggage car
The Exodus of Hollanders Is said
i to be tho result of a plan originated
t by Bishop Jnrne McGotrlch of Du
r luth Each family baa engaged a
r tract of land In Ottertall county Minn
They will be tho nucleus of a larger
colony which will be established In
the same district In the next few
i t years I
L AtE CHINESE
ARE ATHLETIC
5J
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5i
i New TJav > n Conn March < 21
iJun Ylng Chung of Honolulu Is a
promising candidate for the Ynlo
r freshman hnbohnll team He has mir
Drls d the roach with hill ability to
handle the baL Ho has no apparent
difficulty in hitting the host pltcbenj
X In the squad and his hits urn gener
t ally hot liners which look Hko tho
work of an expert
DanielM Chung la another athletic
candidate at Yale Ho is one of the
boat coxswains on tho freshmen crow
squad Ills father a member of the
Chinese legation at Washington was
In the class of S8 at Yale
ir BAKERY WAGON IS
GUARDED BY AN OFFICER
I New York March 21 A long string I
ol delivery wagons piled hiGh with
l
broad and pastry started out early
this morning from tho factory of the
Consumers Baking company hero with
a pollc sealed at the talllward of
each This unusual precaution was
taken not because of a strike but bo
cause several times In be last few
weeks somebody has thrown kerosene
or turpentine Into tho wagons ruining
many dollars worth of bread Dis I
charged employes are bMlevod to bo i
responsible
ICELAND VOLCANO
STILL IN ERUPTION
Pago Pago Feb 7 via San Fran
clhco March 21 Tho volcano on the
Island of Savli of this group continues
In emotion but the lava flow is con
fined to the regular channels no fur
ther damage being done
The rainfall at the United States
naval station of Tutulla for the year
1300 was H9 lnchei
I
SAWNS SUFFER I
OF BOOK = WORM
Pago Pago Samoa Feb 7 via San
Francisco March 21 Fiftyone of
the natives of tho American Samoa
arc suffering with hookworm accord
Ing to Senior Medical Officer P S
Rossiter
AfTER TE
BIG STORM
Insurgents Are Not
Disposed to Be
Severe
Washington March 21When
Speaker Cannon called the house to
order today scarcely onefourth of the
members were In their seats
Representative Dawson la Imme
diately obtained unanimous consent
for the consideration of a bill pro ld
Ing for tho enlistment of the naval
academy band The measure was
passed without debate
Speaker Cannon had tie utmost
difUculU In maintaining order in the
house
The house will bo In order or some
ono will got hurt exclaimed the
leader bringing his gavel down with
a resounding whack
Tho galleries which have not been
saying a word will continue that way
Of course the house will preserve or
der
Representative Wilson Dem Pa
introduce a resolution authorizing
tho now rules committee of the house
to revise amend and simplify andco
dify the rules of the house
Many of the regulars were not dis
posed to concede tho expediency of In r
surgent representation contending
that It would tend to complicate tho
altuntlon by tlciug the vote at times I
Representative Sims Tenn is
among the Democrats who denounced
the action of the Insurgents Iri not i
Joining hands with the Democracy in
tho ote on tho Burlchon resolution to
declare the spcakershlp vacant and
directing the Immediate selection of
I
a new Incumbent for that office I
We ought to have a ixow speaker
today said Mr Sims We would
have had u new speaker If tho Insur I
gents had played fair But the Insur
gents showed a yellow streak when i
the critical time arrived They proved
the wore still under the old czars
thumb r
Representative Norris author of
the resolution which overthrow tho
old rules committee said today l
Wi dont Insist on representation
All wo want Is a committee of fair
men I have no doubt the Insurgents
will enter the Republican caucus un
less something Is done by tho regulars
to cause trouble It all depends on
tho ftttUude of the other fellows If
they want to accept the opportunity
to go ahead everything will be all
right What will happen cannot bo
foretold
Mr Norris said there was no moot
I
log of the Insurgents In sight al
though they were Li a position to get
together at a moments notice
The Democratic position apparently
I was one of entire satisfaction with
t the situation The Democrats con
templated no violent hostilities for
the present at least
I We are In the best position we
have hn in for twenty years said
Minority Leader Clark I look for no
trouble today car perhaps tomorrow
but no one can foresee Just what will
como of tho effort to select a new
rules committee There Is no trouble
on this side of the house but you
cant tell about it over yonder i
I
INK VELLS ARB
T6ROWN AT UEADS
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II
Budapest March 21 Stormy as
have been sessions of the Hungarian
chamber of deputies the members to I I
day hurled Ink wells and other mis
siles at the head of the ministers
until the latter look refuge In flight I
PromifT Kuhn von Hctlevary and
Count Sorenyl minister of agriculture
were struck by Ink wells and their i
heads cut
I
NO END TO
rUE STRIKE
Overtures of Philadel
phia Street Car Co
Are Rejected
Philadelphia March 21 Although
Mayor Reylmrn yoslerday added his
efforts to those of tho other influen
tial politicians who have been striving I
for a settlement of the street car
strike the men are still holding out
for terms which Include the recogni
tion by the company of only ono griev
ance committee It was this demand
that caused a dentllock between the
company and then men before tho
strike was declared moro than four
weeks ago
Tho committee of ten having the
general strike In charge today issued
a statement that the situation so filII
as it was concerned was unchanged I
and that the battle was still on I
W D Watson president of the
Amalgamated Association of Street I
Electric Railroad employes today In
formed Senator Penrose thai tho local t
executive committee of the striking
carmen had voted against accepting
the latest proposal made by the com I
pany l
This proposal was that the men
could return with the exception of
174 men whom the company locked
out on the 18th day of February for
their activity in the union flint the
other men returning to work would
not be granted their old places but
would be lIald2 a day until such a i
time as they could receive runs that
would pay them the higher amount
this provision however lulling from
the men their right of seniority
ENLISll LIKE
THEO ROOSEVELT
Berkeley Cal March IDI Bon
Jamie Ide Wheeler president of the
University of California came home
last night after an absence of six
months during which time he deliv
ered a course of lectures before tho
University of Berlin as a Roosevelt
professor
While in Berlin Dr Wheeler re
ceived several letters from Colouel
Roosevelt in Africa
I bollovo said Dr Wheeler that
Colonel Roosevelt Is Immensely pop
umr in England Hn Is admired
hero for his fair play tactics his
sportsmanship and statesmanship
Ho will deliver lectures here In tho
spring of 1911 The subject and i
dates will be announced later
Of Germany and the eGrmans he
bald I
Germany today Is the most pros
perous country In the world They
arc coming to the big from the small
things and the peril of their Imo llIon
Is whether they can stand tho pros I
perity The heat men of the state I
BO Into the public service there i
There a man trains for municipal of
fice He has plenty of politics It IB I
true lint his life work U tho post
lion ho hold Mind In his work he Is
out of the Influence of politics I
Yon have ofeeling that you arc
well taken care of too much so for I
some people After all there Is a
fresh breeze there There Is a sort I
of good cheer In the United Stales
Wo may make our mistakes but there
Is an Individualism about us
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DEAD MAN WALKED
j
INfO I JMORfiUE
Seattle Wash March jAll in
cident that served to brighten the
sombre atmosphere about the morgue
where the unclaimed bodies of the
Wellington avalanche victims are be
ing held occurred yesterday when
Joseph Binler a timber cruiser walk
ed in and pulled a tag bearing his
name off body No 3 Several friends
of Blnlcr had Identified the body as
his and a lodge of which he Is a mem
ber had made arrangements for his
funeral tomorrow
TORTURE INFLICTED
ON THE SPONGE
New York March IA new hu
mane society which goes tho older
organizations one better in the cru
sade has just been organized Its
aim is campaign against the use of I
sponges
The spouo according to a circular I
letter sent out by the new society Is I
an animal which Is very much alive I
when fished up from the depths of the I
sea and suffers inexpressible torture I
before death which Is accomplished
by allowing him to lie on the deck i
of a ship in the burning sun until he
expires
EGGS BY THE MILLIONS
Chicago March l1Ems to Uie
number of 1774000 were received in
Chicago yesterday yet there was no
sign of uneasiness in tho market The I
supply was larger than on any previ
ous day this year but the price re
mained at 21 to 23 cents n dozen
wholesale and there were no eggs
left unsold at the close of hislncps
fORTUNE IN
TUlflGUT I
Big Contest Will Bring
Promoters the Sum
of 700000
San Francisco March ITux
Rlcknrd announced last night that
tho prices of seats for the Joffrics
Johnson fight on July I would rango
from 5 to riO
Tho arena will be built to cover
an area nf 200 foot square and there
will bo a seating capacity of OOOU
The flromolorK figure thin Jf the house
Is told out the gate receipts will
amount to 700000 The high Heats
in the bleacherswill be 10 feet from
the ground
Jack Gleason partner of Rlckard r
and Sam BerGer manager for Jim
Jeffries left tonight for Chicago F
Jeffries returned to Los Angeles to
day from his boar hunt without any I
bears He said he had taken off two
ooifnds a day Ho will rest a fow
days and will go rto his permanent
training camp near Santa Cruz April
L
Chicago March 21 if lack
Glcafioii or anybody else thinks Im
v
1
STRUE Of 27000 fiREMEN AGAIN
I T RATND ON WESTERN liNES
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going o train for that fight for three
months he IB crazy Haiti Jack John
ion the champion pugilist last night
when ho heard that Gleason one of
he promoters of tho Jeffries Johnson
i fight Is expected here Thursday to
ask him if he Intends to IJcln San
I Francisco by April 1
I According to the articles agreement
both principals are In he training
i DO days before the fight
I I do not intend to lei Jack Glens
or or anyone else tell me how I should
train for this fight or when I snail
fiturt Johnson said o I shall he glad
to see Gleason arid talk over the situ
i ation with him I know the articles
call for me to be in training 90 days
I days before the fight but as long
ai I am working out bore I do not sea
I where Oleason or anyone else has a
holler to make
I SAW TilE CO lET
I
i 75 YEARS AGO
I
Saginaw March Seventyfive
years iso W S II Welton now 90
watched from the hilltop on tho out
skirts of Osswayo fur Halleys comet
Wllh him were a number of friends
and relatives They have passed
away apd Welton his not seen the
comet since But if Providence is
Idnd Welton will witness a similar
phenomenon on March Jfi Ho la now
organizing party to go to the sumo
Jilll with him and see the comet sched
uled for that date
AVolton Is as well us when he saw
the firm one Ills aiht Is good lie
d s not rqqiilrc slassgs
NEW YORKS
CORRUPTION
Seth Low Says Repub
lican Party Must Act
Fearlessly
New York March lAn immedi
ate recognition by the New York state
legislature of the Hughes policies and
or Governor Hughes as the party
slandardibcarer together with a fear
less investigation and complete tin
veiling of all past legislative corrup
tion Is the only avenue of hope for
the Republican part In New York
state according to a long statement
today made by Soth Low former pres
ident of Columbia university and ex
mayor of Now York City
The statement aaya lit part
Nothing would be easier out of
such conditions as now exist than to
divide the party In the sate Into hos
tile camps either of which would take
greater pleasure defeating the other
than In defeating the Democracy The
experience of the Democracy with Mr
Bryan Illustrates tho kind of discip
line for parley to which that sort of
thing Is likely to lead
The unreasoning hostility of the
organization to Governor Hughes 13
not Injuring tho party In the state
but throughout the United States for i
as little asthe organization In the
state of New York may be able to
appreciate it Governor Hughes out
side ci the state Is atremendous as
set
I had the pleasure of speaking In
the middle Wet during the last presi
dential campaign in some of the
slates in whloh Governor Hughes had
spoken Everywhere I found that no
one else hndspoken for the party with
such great offootv and everywhere the
Interest In his reelection as governor
was hardly second to Interest in tho
election of Mr Taft as president The
problem confronting lie Republican
party of the state of New York cannot
be approclattd unless this fact la thor
oughly well apprehended
Anyone who prcaonlx Governor
Hushes as an Impractical dreamer In I
politics and as opposed to strong party
organization1 either deceives himself
or Is attempting to deceive others
There must he first of all an In
vestigation In regard to the legislative
corruption to follow the completion
of the trial of Senator AId It Is
porfoclly clear hat the party ought
to showy Itself willing fearlessly to I
unveil any corruption that may have
existed In the recent pat even It
some of its own members may have I
boon Involved Tho horrid revelations
concerning fire Insurance methcds are i
likely to make the public demand for J
such an Inquiry as Irresistible as an
ivalnncho Signed Seth Low
SUPREME COURT RECESS
AVashlnaton March lTh an
promo court of the United States to l
jay took a recess until Monday
April i
4
>
I
Government Mediators Have Lost Dope and
I
One of Them Has Returned to Washing =
I ton = = = Peaceful Settlement Seems as
Far Away as Ever
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Chicago March JWhen c P
Nelll United Slates Commissioner of
IKibor met the representative of tho
Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen
and Knglnemen and the general man
agers of the fortyseven roads today
a peaceful sol tJ < oment appeared as far
away as ever It was generally be
lieved that todays would bo the last
conference and a strike of 27000 men
seems Imminent
Martin A Knapp chairman of the
interstate commission returned to
Wn hlnston Satnrlay and It appears
that he has given up mediation as
hopeless
UTAIIS ADJUTANT
GENERAL QUOTED
Washington March LThot the
officer of tho National Guard Is enti
tled to the same consideration as tho
wearer of shoulderstraps in the reg
ular army is tho decision of the At
torncy General Qt Utah He has sent
out a clrculaFTotl rpdfiTHng < out that
the insignia 3 of Vanjc of commissioned
officers of the United States isa primn
facie guarantee that the wearer Is not
only an officer but thai he Is also
a scholar and a gentleman and there
are but few places where he is not
cordially welcomed and extended
every courtesy In the long run how
over he must by his personality
make the guarantee good Under ex
fisting militia social and business law
an officer of tho National Guard stands
on exactly the same fooling unless he
shows that he Is not entitled to it
Says the adjutant genera
Half a life time of conscientious
work and endeavor Is hardly sufficient
to give a man the standing as a man
or honor and a gentleman that the
insignia of a commissioned ofllccr
guarantees as long as their wearer
makes good
PITTSBURG
SNSATON
Confession of Council
man Discloses Graft
in All Forms
Pittsburgh Pa March 21 Holy
week has begun as a confessional
season among the men who sit or
havo sat In the legislative councils
of Pltlsburg and it Is to experience
says District Attorney William A
Blakcley an exposure of municipal
graft so malodorous that citizens will
gnsp
The ball which little Captain
John K Klein set rolling by confes
sion of his bribetaking and of tho
alleged Implication of sixty or more
councilmen of his day has already
drawn with It up to today an admis
sion of guilt in one degree or an
other from a dozen of his associates
About a hundrod thousand graft
tainted dollars it is alleged were In
volvml in tho effort of six hanks In
PHtsburg to buy councilmanlc votes
In 190S In favor of ordinance making
thy banks depositories for the citys
money
Klein convicted as a principal in
till bribetaking would have gone to
the penitentiary today for a throo and
one Imalf years term but at the
eleventh hour he turned back in wrath
at his friends whom he charged with
desertion and told all
A wife and twins Klein was to leave
behind with a mere 200 for susten
ance during his prison lcrlll h1 said
and when none of his partners In
guilt would pass the hat to provide
for his fantilj ho thought U tlmo tn
toll Now Klein Is In fair porspectu
It Is said of getting an early par
don or escaping punishment alto
gether for his exposures
An extraordinary session of the
grand Jury was called today to hear
Kleins story but the probe Is to go
further said the district attorney to
day and a variety of potty grafts
arc In be brought to light Evidence
Is al haqd he said to the effect that
councilmen have collected money on
liquor sold to disorderly houses and
f
on Jewelry furniture and clothing
purchased by the Inmates
The privilege of gambling It is
aid was also sold by councilmen anl
the rake off varied from 150 to
1 500 a week
The while slave trade Fays an
cfdclal of the Voters league Is also
to receive attonclton
I Detectives It Is declared have been
nt work on all varieties of wrong
doing for several months and the re
sult promises to have the most purg
ing effect that Pittsbnrg has known
Captain Johnny Klein about to bo
taken to the Western Penitentiary un
der sentence for receIving money In
IPOS for his otc In the selection of
a city depository has made good his
threat to pull down the props and
let the sky fall
District Attorney Blakeley told tho
whole story to Judge Fraser and Judge
Cohen In criminal courts today The
public prosecutor told tho court that
Klein made a statement which covered
ered a period of years exposing the
whole system of graft In former coun
cils of this city Ho said some banks
had in 1908 paid 102000 to be elected
city depositories He also told the I
court that slrcat llil2QJr ratuiswcrQ r
covered In Kleln3 statement T
J juado this confession 1 first be
cause I owe It to my family and
second because I owe ittto the pub J1
lie he said 1 havo malice toward
none
A large number of Informations al
ready have been made by the district
attorney before Judgo Fraser but th
names of the men mentioned in the
informations have not as yet been
made public District Attorney Blake
ley asked Uie court that he be allowed
to promise Immunity to all those whc
would enter pleas of guilty to th <
charges he would later bring against
thorn
Judge Cohen consented and immo
lintel after the district attorney ap
I peared before Judge Frasor sitting in
another department of the criminal
courts as committing magistrate and
entered an information against J H
Sheaaley a former councilman charg
ing him with having received 200 ot
a certain alleged graft sum during
190S Shcasley being present at once
entered n plea of not guilty
FATHER LAMBERT
DYING OF LEPROSY
Chicago March 21Rc Father
Lambert Louis Conrnrdy Is dying of
leprosy among the leper colony near
Canton China according to a letter
received here yesterday
Father Conrardy labored among tho
lepers In the Hawaiian Islands for
eight years before going to China
Before setting out for China ho
spent two years lecturing In the
United States raising about 30000
for his project He bought an Island
In the river sixty miles from Canton
transported there five hundred lepers
and built them shelters This took
10000 of his money and from the
remainder he had an Income of 1000
As he was physician nurse attendant
olllco force and executive head for the I
colony and as food cost only three
cents a day for each person he was
in a fair way to carry his great bur
den
S E WANTS A SANE
FOURTOF JULY
t
Now York March 21Urging upon
Mayor Gaynor and tho aldermen the
I
adoption of a noiseless Independence
day Mrs Isaac U Rice of the So
ciety for the Suppression of Unneces
sary Noises says in an open letter I
today that In the last three celebra
tions of the Fourth July In Now
York City moro jlersons have been
killed or Injured than in seven of the
famous battles of tho Revolution
Governors of twentyfhrflc stoles
of tho Union and fortyflvo mayors
of the leading cities have contented
to bccomu member of a national com
mltee for the promotion of a safe and
sane Fourth of July said MM Rice
In her letter The annual list of cas
ualties for this day reached a total
of nearly 13000 Yet Mr Gaynor
says that he Is touched with sympathy
for the small boy who desires to shoot I
off the firecrackers But with the
facts before him surely Mayor Gaynor
will be able to see the other aide

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