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THE EVENING PAPER WEATHER FORECAST i I
IS THE PAPER OF TO > r t attbtlx b THE INDICATIONS ARE THAT THE
I WEATHER TONIGHT WILL BE I
t DAY THE MORNING r i
FAIR WITH FROST THURSDAY I
PAPER OF YESTERDAY
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r Fortieth Year No PriceFive Centn t OGDEN CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY 1 EVENiNG MARCH 30 1910 Entered 1I Second Gloat Matter at the Poctoftlce Ogden Utah I
NOTORIOUS CRIMINAL EDDY fAY
CAUGHT 8Y NEW YORK OffICE
J Has Blown Up Many Postoffices Securing
t Thousands of Dollars in Stamps and Four
fdur ers Are Charged Against Him
f = Most Important Capture
I
b New York March 30Wlth1hel1n
Ing up today at police headquarter
r
t < of Frederick Cunningham and Frank
Cheater the two men caught last
night while trying to got war with
trunks containing 30000 In stamps
stolen from the postofflcc at Rich
mond Va the detective force lu1
Moves It made line of the most im
portant captures In years
One of the men arrested for Ure
Richmond burglary the police believe
L Vk Eddy Fay a muchwarned fug
five whoso picture is In every rogues
gallery of Importance In the country
and for whose apprehension a total of
about 20000 In rewards have been of
fered In various cities The prison
er Is ho one known as Cunning
ham H < > was recognized by Detect
ive Peahody and other oldtimers who
said that as Eddy Fay he was
known as one of the most successful
irsfo blowers In the country
According lo tho detective bureau
lay is wanted In Los Angeles for
blowing the sato of the postofflce in I
lOOji and getting away with 107SS
worth of stamps and 1000 In gold
There is 1000 reward for ills cap
ture for this crime
Five years ago in Peoria Ills ho
blew the safe of the postofflce and got
away with 30000 worth uf stamp
A year later he again blew the same
safe nail his time he made off with
7JOOO worth of stamps He was
convicted and sent to jail In Spring
field Tils in August 1S97 but broke
out a short tlntf jutm He also bteka
jail In Jancsviij fc Wisconsin whfc
hj had been senfitfoi safe blowing >
r Fay the delec Wes say is wortlX
from 30000 to S OOO and owns ti
string of race ho r f
The police say t i7don t know
much about the man raupbL with Fny
Roth after arraignment in Die Tombs
ontirtovni be turnodover to United
States Commissioner Shields f r r
The Richmond postofflce flntp was
ltowii some time between Saturday
night and Mondav morning and S5
000 worth of stamps and S000 In cash
tnken
WORLDS MARKETS
SAGGING TENDENCY
COPPER AND RAILROADS
New York March aOOnb languid
Interest was manifest In tho opening
stock market today and prices moved
along sluggishly lie tendency was
mainly upward Southern Railroad
preferred Utah copper Great North I
ern Ore certificates and Central
Leather advanced substantial frac I
tions
The market developed a sagging
tendency with the copper stocks and
western railroads the weakest
Losses however were mostly con
fined to moderate fractions Amalga
mated Copper declined L The tone
was steady at 11 oclock
A weakening influence on the stock
market was the sharp decline at which
the new Atchison convertible bonds
were offered in the outside markets
Bonds irregular
Chicago Livestock
Chicago Ill March OOlUI
Receipts 15000 the market Is weak
Reeves 575aS70 Texas steers Sa
050 western steers S5a stockers
and feeders 2S5aC7o cows nnd heif
ers 2fiaJ6f1 calves Sa925
Hogs Receipts estimated at 20000
market S to lOc lower Light 1050a
1080 mixed 1ocOal005 heavy
1005al095 rough 10C5al075
good to choice heavy 7nal09F
pics 9 70alO CO bulk of sales 1080
alOOO
Sheep Receipts estimated at 10
000 market steady Native 550a
910 western 57ua910 yearlings
SS25a930 Iambs native S50ft9IO
western 8COal02o
Chicago Close
Chicago March aOCloseWheat
May 111 iB July 108 38 Sept 105
38nl2
Corn May 62 7SaC3 July Cl Sa
G Sept 65 31 1
Oats May 13 5S July 41 34a7S
Sept 39 5S
Pork May 259 i July 5hSepr
2527 12
Lard May 1387 12 July 1370
Sept 1J57 l2aGO
Ribs May 1372 12 July 1345
Sept 1332 12
Chicago Produce
Chicago March OButter steady
creameries 26a32 l2c dairies 22a27c
f qH Steady flrstK 20c prime
firsts Me Cheese Steady daisies
HaH t2c Young America 14 Ha
lw
Omaha Livestock
Omaha Neb March 30Cat
HccelptB 2900 Market 10e lower
Native steers 5aS cows and heifers
3a575 stockers nnd feeders 37fil
1
700 western steers 4a725 calves
5425aS25
Hogs Kecoipts 9ROO Market lOc
lower Heavy 10COal075 mixed
5iq55alOGO light 1040alO plga
9alO bulk 10fOalOGo
Sheeji Receipts 10210 Market IO
to 15elower Yearlings 860a925
vcthers 7GOaS50 ewes 725a835 I
ambs 9r 2LnlOIO
I
Sugar and Coffee
Now York Marc > h 30 Raw steady
muscovado 3SG centrifugal PC test
430 molaas srtgnrS9 test 3G1 Re
fined steady v
Coffeo Spot quiet No7 Rio Sll
16a83lc No Snntos 9a9iSc
Metal Market
cw York MJirch 30 Copper dull
standard spot 1275nl300 Lea l diillk
I 12 12a450 Silver 52 38 I F
CAiRO SAYS
AU REVOIRI
oosevclts Are Given a
1 Hearty end Off on
Leaving v
l
E pnllo Egypt Marcl1f Thc Roose
YoltV wcregivena liearty sendL > nR
wllrV thqy left Ilor4 by train forAlex
anrlrU lUl5 mojnljf AmnJryyt xl
Ajnerlcatis received hy Col liooseyelts
was one from the adqnartersor
American mission thonkipghint or
gennionely acceding to the request j
that he visit the mission stations also
for his id In the work of redeeming
Egypt
Cairo March 30Thcre was a great
crowd nt the station to witness the
departure of the distinguished Ameri
can whose presence In the Egyptian
capital has been of great Interest to
all Sit Ernest Gorst British agent in
Egypt was not present but he sent I
General Maxwell to pay his respects
and to say that he was unable to ex
press his appreciation of all Mr
Roosevelt had done for the civilization
of Egypt
The Khedive sent a representative
to extend his compliments to the dc
parting guest and the members of tho
diplomatic corps generally were pres
ent AK the train drew out of the
statlop a large party of Egyptians
raised a cheer
Sail for Naples
A1fxtndria Egypt Marcli 30 Pres
ident Roosevelt Mrs Roosevelt and
Kermit and Miss Ethel sailed for Na
ples this afternoon on the steamer
Prinz Helnrlck
Mr Roosevelt received an ovation
as he stepped from the train at the
pier station He stopped to receive
the greetings of several prominent
passengers and then with the others
of the party walked briskly aboard
the steamer which was dressed lit
flags with the American colors flying
from both mastheads
A great crowd followed him on to
the pier As he stepped aboard the
vessel Mr Roosevelt acknowledged
tho popular welcome by raising his
hat
hatEvery berth on the Prinz Heinrich
was occupied and the officers had
given up their quarters for the use
of passengers The weather today wall
magnificent and the steamer sailed
with a promise of a splendid trip to
Naples
BIll WRECK CLAIMS
ANOTHER VICTIM
New York March 30Johu Steib
Hns deputy U S marshal for the
southern district of New York and a
close personal friend of Col Theodore
Roosevelt is dead here from a nerv I
ous strain following the recsnt wreck
at MarGhalltown Iowa He was not
injured but for n time was pinned In
the debris and suffered from shock
Stoibling was G2 years of age and had
cuargu oi ail prisoners sent from hero
to Atlanta Ga It was ho who took
Charles W Morse tho banker to the
federal prison there not long ago
II
CHARLES DALTON HAS SHADE II
BETTER OF PRIZE FIGHT
I
Los Angeles Cal March 30Cbas
Dalton of LOB Angejos had a chadc
11 tiotU of his tenround fight with
Morris Bloom the Chicago light
wuMht last night at the Pacific Ath
r
letic club Blooms oleverrtcss gave
him the earlier rounds but Dalton >
aggressiveness bgnn to count In the
sixth Both were fighting well nt the
end One of the events of Iho card
was Sam Lanaford who appeared III
iwo threeround burlesque bouts one
with Bob Armstrong and one with
Gcorgo Byers
I REDUCED RATE ON
UTAH COAL SOUGHT
Salt Iako March bThe hoard of
governors of the Commercial club has
been asked to use Its Influence to
wards Inducing the railroads to grant
a reducd or summer vale on coal
from the Utah mineR The petitions
presented to rhe hoard at the mooting
held Friday afternoon were referred
to the club committee on railways
I
and transportation anti an effort will
be made to Induce tho railroads to
make a reduction of at least 50 cent
u ton In the extremely high rate which
has been maintained for many years
In this request Iho petitioners aio
backcdby prominent business men of
theveity and the fruitgrowers of Mill
Creek district hove qdded their re
quest for lower rates on coal to be
used in heating their orchards
INSTANT DEATH MET
BY UNIDENTIFIED MAN I
Salt Lake March IAn uniden
tified man was Instantly killed on I
east Seventeenth South street in
Murray Tuccday afternoon by the fr I
ont rnjtion of passenger train No 7 I
cartligr penver it Rio Grande rail
way Vh re tie accident occurrej I
there is double tract The mnn
was wiityingop the right side when
he notlcetlvTffekht train approaching
from the nrittl c oiy to avoid being I
run down strip nilmen to tho track I
oi the left and whsIinmodlatoly hit I
In the passengeVV bound for Salt 1
Lake The man wa JltoraUy ground I
to pieces beneath tfip hcels of the
train The engineer thought thin train
to a stop as soon aVj posjUble and
hacked up to whercftlfVl oay wan ly
ing amojig the rocks on too side of
the rajrtiC The train alto Jicd only
long ncfiigh to glace tho luuly In the
baggage car and then proceeded on
toward TTTlsclty I
At tbTiumlertaklnp estjihllshment ut
S D Bvans to which place thp1od 1
was taken an jwamlnatlon utis mdtle I
but no papors > > Jilch woj4 i Wilt tr
Ue itle S1ty ttJa s 0
AmoTig tiienrfprtn w7r c e C 1 laKen
from tho coat pocket was a small hook 1
with the notation Christmas pres
ents a pair of old spectacles but
no money and a ragged handkerchief I
The man ar eared to be about mid I
dle age with dnrk hair He was
about five feet eight Inches In height
His face was smooth shaven He won
a dark brown suit and an old black
fclt hat The oily will be held for
further Identification
ALASKA WANTS I
ITS COAL MINED
Seattle Wash March WJn re
sponse to an appeal from the Com
mercial club of Sewnrd Alaska the
Seattle chamber of commerce yester
day adopted a resolution protesting
against the restrictions placed on coal
operations In Alaska The resolution
endorsesthe protest contain in the
appeal from tho Seward orgnnlxallon
which sets forth that although Alaska
contains the greatest coal deposits In
the west not a ton Is being mined
and the people of Alaska and the Pa
cific const states are compelled to buy
most of their fuel at high prices from
a foreign country British Columbia
The resolution saya that If the coal
fiords of Alaska were opened for oper
ation the price of fuel on the Pacific
const would be greatly lowered
W J BRYAN WILL
RETURN APRIL 3
New York March 30Wm 1 Bry
an will arrive In New York April 3
according to an announcement hero
today Ho has been out of the coun
try for several wont is spending the
greater part of tjio time in South
America
A letter has been received from him
by Harry W Walker secretary of tho
old Aqueduct commission In which ho
states that ho will roturn to America
by way of England
Mr Walker has begun preparations
among tho Bryan men of this city for
a suitable reception
Mrs Bryan and her daughter Grace
returned yesterday
I
MINISTER RECEIVES
A SHARP REBUKE
New Haven Conn March 30Tho
Rov Dr Ernest L Wlsnier pastor of
the Davenport avenue Congregational
church has been declared In con
tempt of the common nltiutt court horo
for writing a letter to a Juror Elhort
M Rose of North Uranford criticis
ing Rose 1or acquitting Albert Holl
worth a saloonkocpdr on charges of
violation of tho oxcloe laws Rose was
member of Dr Wlsmers
formerly a m 1
con ll1illolI
IY Mic clergyman a
Judge Wolfe gava
dlln declaring
for meddling
sharp rebuke QI
rI
log that his crltlclam teas a threat I
and a specie I of Intimidation
71AJOR ROBERT e STEWART
DIES INPITTSBURG
I r
Pittfihurc Mnrrh iJMaJor Robert
I E Stewart for many years prominent
ly Idfiitlfipil with the Rnpuhllcan
part in this district died tcday aged
G9 years I
I CAPT KlEIN
s
1 iN PRISON
I
j Chas Stewart Last of
Councilmen to
I
Confess
I
I Plttsburg Marchtpo OCnptnln John
Klein former cltjff frounellman mem
ber of the Big MX and tho man
i who confessed twojwookR ago bring I
log the latest graft exposure Into
publicity went to fheWelt ponl
tcnllnry today and jailed up the sher
iff from Warden panels office He
lold that official urxnnrt better come
down the river will his commitment
If he wished to 8crp It today
Klein unless he is pardoned which
Is not unllkolv will serve tree and a
half yeah His voluntary trip to thn
penitentiary Is taken to moan that the
district attorney ajid grand Jury Is
1 now through with hint having pained
all the information the little river
I man Is a blo to furnish
A presentment of the grand jury
Is ejected some time today The
presentment will it IB believed cover
ho testimony given bqorc the waad
jury yosterYlay by Charles Stewart
former select councilman and m mher
I of tho Bfpslx whot Is rcportfe
I handled 5J5000 graftnonoy In tho
I passage of thccity depository ordi
i nance > r
STORM DELAffS
NEBRASKARAINS
I ef
Norfolk Neb Myrch JThe Rocky
I Mountain storm noptdver5ntn No
braaka todpj e Ftyir Inches of snow
dell and drifted hai1jyjA11 wires west
are rforpi andiCw hwjstern traffic IK
completely lien np > < No trains zero
ant into thettorm rhocausi of the
loss of wires through which the trains
are run
I
HOW TUB WEALTH
I ESCAPE TAXATION
I
New York March 30At the office
of the board of taxes and assessment
yesterday IL HrRogors son of the
late II H Rogers Standard 011 mil
lionaire aware off a 10000000 assess
I ment let led against his fathers es
tate on the personal tax rolls of the
department He declared the bulk of
tho estate was Invested In stocks and
bonds exempt from taxation and that
the liabilities and debts exceeded the
amount of taxable securities h 1d
WCLTER INDICTED
BY GRAND JURY
New York March JOl needed
Ihut a brief examination of evidence
submitted by the police for the grand
I jury to return an Indictment mur
der In the first degree against Al
I bert W AVolter the youth held for
killing flfteln ear oid Ruth Wheeler
V olier will probably be brought to
trial next Monday
LANDS DESIGNATED FOR
HOMESTEAD SETTLEMENT
Washington March 30lore land
in Montana and Wyoming was des
Ignated for settlement under the en
larged homestead act by Secretary
Halllnger yesterday
I ly Wyoming 2C3SSO acres which
were not susceptible of succecsfnl irrigation
I
rigation at a reasonable cost from
any known water supply wore placed
I cadre the terms of that act making u
total of 13582040 acres In tho flialo
which have been so designated
I In Montana 155040 additional acres
will bo dlsponed of as enlarged home
I stead lands bringing her total up to
28lGC370 acres
BALLINGER TEMPORARILY
WITHDRAWS POWER SITES
Washington March 31In aid of
proposed legislation affecting tho dis
posal of water power sites on flue
public domain Secretary of the Inter
riot Ballingcr had withdrawn tem
porarily from all forms of disposition
I a total of 22IOf acres of land In Wash
ington California Colorado and Idaho
FIGHTING BETWEEN NATIVES
AND LIBERIAN TROOPS
Tlvorpool March 30 Advices re
ceived here stntothut the fighting be
tween the native and Siberian troops
at Cnpa Palmas Liberia continues
and grows more TJcrloun Rev Mr
Spcaro native pastor at tho mission
In Capo Palmas has been shot and
STRIKE Of THOUSANDS Of MINERS T
Will BEGIN AT MIDNIGHT ThURSDAY t
1
killed and the lives of the while resi
dents are said to he In danger
The hosllle natives appear to ho
getting tho better of tho troop whose
excesses when ahoy wero sent to stop
the native Irade In French territory
caused the outbreak The natlvps are
said to be anxious to have a few En
glishmen filled with the object of
bringing about Intervention by Great
Britain
FIFTY SOLDIERS
KILLED IN WRECK I
Mulhlln Am Rhelu March 30Th
North German lord express train
from Hamburg and Bremen for Genoa
ran past danger signals today and
crashed Into the rear of a train fill
ed with soldiers who were returning to
Strasuurg following tholr encamp
ment Tin latter train was tole
scojpd and about fifty soldiers killed
outrlgnt or injured
None of the passengers of the ex
press were harmed and they contin
ued their journey to Italy
RAILROAD MENS
PAY INCREASED
Philadelphia March WIl was an
nounced today that the boards of di
rectory of all the railroads comprising
Pennsylvania railroad system had
ordered a voluntary advance of G per
cent In the wages of their employes
who now receive less than 300 a
month
Thc increase affects 195000 men
and Involves an addition of 1000000
to the payroll of the company The
company In a statement on tho wage
Increase says
The cost of living has shown n
large Increnso when comparison Is
made between 1910 and 190S whoiv
prices of the necessities of life were
depressed dun to the panic
PORTLAND HAS A
RELlfilOU5 REVIVAL
I
Portland Ore March 30A throe
I days convention of the Laymens mis
sionary movement was Initiated hero
last night with a banquet attended by
I uvera thousand men
Tlje movement IB a crusade to
I spread the gospel III a businesslike
manner and the speakers emphasized
tho purpose of the movement with en
I thusiasm
PLAN MONUMENT
FOR HARRIMAN
Mlddloton N Y March 2tA com
I mltl c of eight prominent citizens of
Orapge county Including former Gov
ernor OHoll were appointed today to
dclso T Pns to erect a memorial to
the late E IT Harriman as a testl
inoninl to his struggles In behalf of
Good Roads and in tho breeding of
blooded horses
The committee will hold Its first
meeting at Goahen N Y April 9
FUNERAL FOR
LAU JUSTICE
Washington March 2The body
of the late Justice Brewer of the su
promo court of toe United Stales will
10 taken back to his old home In Lea
venworth KRS for burial
There will be a short funeral ser
vice at the Brewer residence here on
Thursday afternoon The members of
the supreme court will act as pall
bearers At 4HO p m the funeral
party Including probably the entire
court will start pn Its Journey to Kan
sas The funeral train will arrive at
Louvenworlh Saturday morning
POLE TO HAVE CHANCE
AT CHAMPIONSHIP
Chicago March 29 Stanlnlaus Bby
xsco won the privilege of meeting
Frank Gotcb for the wrestling cham
I pionship ofthe world by defeating
Yiifllff Mahmout the Turk In two
1 straight falls at the Coliseum hera
I tonight The first fall was a crotch
I hold and hnlfNolson In l04Rl and I
the second n aoan arm and a halfNel I
son In 25M3
I
PROMINENT MAN JAILED
I
New York March 29Paul D >
Montcalm sull to he tho lost living
descendant of General DeMontcalm
horo cf Quebac wa held In 1000
ball In the 3ojlto court here today i
chixrscd with grand larceny He was
acciiRcd of stealing a shawl and a
old pair of ppora Biases He Is 26 yearn J
I I 1
i Officials of United Mine Workers of America j
Prepare for Mighty Contest With Oper = 1
ators of Large Coal Mines = = = Peace May
> Prevail in Some Districts J
I Indianapolis March 30The offi
cers and members of the national ex
I ecutive board of tho United Mine
Workers America arrived at noon
I today from Cincinnati and this after
noon held a meeting lo discuss detail
I of tho campaign the lnnors of this
section will wage The district strikes
I that may he declared will not go Into
effect mitin 12 oclock tomorrow
night and during tomorrow much may
happen that will change the whole as
pect of the situation
Therefore the miners officers today
expected the executive board meeting
to Adjourn tonight and reconvene In a
few days for the purpose ofdirecting
I or advising the mlncn who shall not
have signed new contracts with the
operators and arc on strike
Cincinnati March OWhile as
a result of the plans adopted by the
Coal Miners International convention I
vosterdaj them will he no country
I wide strike of the bituminous miners
I President T J Lewis of the Minors
organization declared today Just be
I fore leaving for Indlnapolls that
j Pennsylvania and Illinois will be
I completely tied up
I The miners In the two districts
I number 190000 That means R fight
I In the two largest bltumlnns fields in
I the United States
I Pennsylvanias annual production is
150000000 tons and Illinois 50000
I 000 Ohios production is 3500000
000 giving employment to 60000
mlnero
I I think most of the Ohio districts
will bo at work after April 1st
President Lewis Haiti Ohio IK one
of the states In which tjie operators
can sign up In districts or oven sub
districts and I think cat of the first
to sign will be the Big HocklnK ills
trict I
Mines May Close t
an I City March 30 rl11t
bore will be n strike of the coal min
ers of the s ltf 1W > romprlnlng tho
I states cf Missouri Kansas Oklahoma
and Arkansas beginning April Int
when tho present wage agreement ex
i plr s was the expressed opinion of
reprcscntallvca of the minors and ope
I rators here today
The whistles will blow as usual
for the men to 50 to work on April
1st but If the men work they will
do so under the present wage scale
said A J Casey editorof the Amori
can Coal Journal tho official publica
tion of the operators of the South
west today
The operators have stated their
position and that was final The min
ers demand an Increase In wages and
the increase will not be granted
Trying to Avoid Shut Down
Plttsbnrg March 30A strike of
union coal diners of the Plttsbnrg
I district may be averted when the
I scale expires at midnight tomorrow
and the minors probably will con
I tinue at work under a temporary
scale calling for a 5 per cent Increase
pending a settlement of local differ
ences chief among them being tho In
troduction of now explosives
President Feehan of the Pittsburg
District No 5 United Mine Workers
I if America arrived from Cincin
nail today > and holds out hopes for
a settlement
Prenldent Feehan states that sev
eral coal operators had already slgnl
tied their willingness to sign tho
temporary contracts as outlined In
the ultimatum of the Clnclnnltl con
ference
All Work May Be Suspended
Tbrro Haute Ind March OIt
was announced here today that all
the work In the mines of District No
1 which comprises 152 mines whore
employed would be
18000 men are
suspended April let unlos an
agreement was reached between the
miners and operators
The regular annual convention of
this district Is called for March 31st
and arrangements will be made at
once to Invite the operators ton Joint
conference
II It Is believed that the operators will
r consent and that a settlement will be
reached
II
I LOVERS IN JAIL
I IN SAN DIAGO
San Diego Cal March 30Firm in
heir determination to marry both
Gertrude Slofert aged 15 years and
homns Foreman 17 yearn old were
returned to San Diego this morning
from Don CanRo whero for 20 hours
yesterday they dodged pursuers mud
wero only captured when night came
and thoy worn too exhausted to go
further The pair SUP supported In
their dolro to marry by the father
of the boy but the girls father Is
obdurate and Insists that he will not
let the babies got married
1 The girl is in custody of the matron
of the county Jail but sill probably be
Iwo token to her home within a day or H I
Her youthful lover will not bo i
prosecuted for eloping with her or i >
f + r firing on the posse that sought to 1
capture them early yesterday
He declares that he wfli marry Miss I
Slefert 33 soon as she Is of use
1
STANDARD OIl < <
PLANT BURNED
Knoxvllle Tonn March W1he
entire plant of tne Standard 011 com
pany with the exception of one eighty 1
thousand gallon oil lank was destroy
ed by fire tonight The first was nt
Incendiary origin It is believed
The flames caught nron and con
sumed a number of little collages
nearby The Standards loss Is 150
000The
The Southern railway also lost a
umber of freight cars and the Knox
vJllo Railway a Light company Is a
heavy loser
>
SICK MAN DIES
FROM lONG I STINENCE
Seattle March 2tA post mortem
examination hold today on the body
of Earl Erdman aged 26 who died lust 1
night after long abstention from food
to euro Indigestion showed that ho I
had died of starvation Brdman a i
railroad civil engineer had been treat
ed three weeks for Indigestion by a
Lonnan phys t thri Shrkatrea mt1UIl
vbTveVeatTnj no food Other patients
of the woman doctor hair died of 1
stimatlon it Is paid but the coroner
says there Is no law under which she I 1
can be prosecuted
SADDLERY FACTORY 1
FIGHTS UNION MEN t I
I Denver Colo March fITwo big J I
I saddlery manufacturers of Denver to
day began cmplojlnp nonunion work
ers Tills action follows their in
ability to come to terms with tbe
striking union employes wio went out r
several days ago In compliance with
orders from national headquarters
The two concerns announce that with
in a short time they will not only have
have complete open shops out also I
nonunion shops
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C St ionia March OThe 0
o seismographs at St Louis uni 0
o versity registered an earth 0
0 ouako shock for forty minutes 0
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