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Five Cents OGDEN CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY EVENING APRIL 13 JJO Entered OB Second Glow Manor at tho Pcstoffloo Ogden Utah I
If lETTER Of
I WJ A RYAN
Which Has Been De
cal ed to Be Unortho
dox Doctrine
Washington April 13The loiter uC
William J Bryan written from Brazil
and to be road tonight before tho
l Democrats who attend tho Jefferson
day banquet here and those at a slra
liar function In Indianapolis the let
ter which caused a commotion
among
the locnl banquet commlttccmen al
Its Initial reading because of what
sonio of them termed Its unortho
dox doctrine Is as follows
ll thank you for the Invitation to
f the Jcfferson Day banquet While I
shall not return to the United States
r In time to attend I can join with you
In spirit tho more heartily because or I
r what I have learned by visiting other
countries
i have seen everywhere the influ I
ence exerted by his teaching In
the nation In which I am Just now
jojoiirnius I find Illustration of his
Ideas of conquest He contended that
WR should conquer thn world with
cur Ideals rather than with our arms
and In this case we are affecting a
conquest of Brazil Her constitution
Is modeled after oura she has copied
from us tho federal system of govern
mont which united control of local
nffalrt with national supremacy her
fit Ultc ours has a star for each
slate and her achoo system Is toning
mode to conform more and morn to
oursThcso
These victories loo cement friend
ship instead of arousing enmity
Hall to Jefferson the world
schoolmaster whoso views continue
their majestic march around the
earthBut i
But In our own country as well as
abroad hlA principles are triumph I
ing Ito taught that tho art of gov
ernment Is tho art of being honest
and such new investigation proves tho
folly of those who refuse to learn of
himHe
He was tho foo of monopoly In
every form and his name Is the one
which can with most propriety be In
yoked when the trusts are attacked 1
and when a contest Is being waged I
for the application of the principles of
popular government
I am so far away from home that
lam not fully Informed as to the re
gent events hut I have just rend CA
r cue Jefferson Ian victory namely the
selection of an Investigating commit
tee by the house Instead of by the
speaker and better still each party
selects its members of the committee
ThIs establishes an Important prece
dent which Ii allowed will make In
c tIatlonR real and effective
1
I notice also that v e seem likely
to win a victory against the meat
trust Monopoly prices have at last
provoked a popular protest mill now
that the people are looking for rem
eiiy there Is hope that they will nc
cept the Democratic remedy It Is
not unnatural that they should use
the boycott oven If they punish them
selves while they are Inflicting pun
ishment on their oppressors but I
am sure they will In the end find
legislation more satisfactory than ab
stinence from meat and Join the Dem
ocrats In declaring a private monop
oly not the moat trust only but o
cr private monopoly indefensible
and Intolerablo
But there Is another Item of news
vhich has just come to my attention
President Taft In his Lincoln speech
at New York February 12 attributes
the present high prices mainly to the
Increase in the production of gold mil
the consequent enlargement of tae
volume of money This unexpected
indorsement of our partys proposi
tion In 1S9G when we demanded moro
money as tho only remedy for falling
prlcflB Is very gratifying How val
uable that rulmlsalon would have been
to us If it had been madn during the
campaign of that year when the Re
publican loaders were denying that
the volume of money had any Influ
ence on prices and asserting that It
did not matter whether wo had much
money or little provided It was all
KCod We may now consider the quan
titative power of money established
beyond dispute and proceed to the
consideration of other questions But
the Proeldcnt and his predecessor
have admitted the correctness of tho
Democratic position on so man ques
lions that further argument Is hard
ly ncccaaary on any subjQcl we may
now take Judgment against the Rc pub
lIean party b > confession
Please present my compliments to
Hit Democrat assembled In memory
of the sago of MonUccllo I take It
for granted that your gathering will
not adjourn without the adoption of
n resolution urging the ratification
try all tho states
of the Income tax
amendment to the federal constitu
tion
The time Is ripe for a return to
Jeffersonian principles and 1 trust
tho representatives of our party will
make a record which will secure us
a majority at the coming congression
al election with the advantage
gained the Democrats will have an
opportunity to outline a program and
I Kith a program in harmony with Jet
fersonlan Ideas the Democracy will
orter tho presidential campaign with
t promise of success
Democrats Disagree
Washington April 13 Pi eminent
Democrats of tho senate are loath to
comment on tho letter of W J Bry
nn which was sent to Cotter T
Bryde to be read at the Jefferson din
ner tonight
When approached for statements to
day a number of Democrats said they
did not agree with Mr Bryan on the
money question but they thought tho
chances for Democratic success wore
too bright to be jeopardized now by
taking issue with the three timo
standardbearer of Democracy
I HAWLEY NOT
UARRIMAN
New Leader in Railroad I
WorlJ Disavows an
Ambition
Chicago April 131 certainly do
not aspire to bo known or regarded
flS tits successor to Edward H Harri
man in the railroad world
Thlu Is the reply of Edwin Hawley
of New York to a querry ns to his
c purpose in acquiring control of rail
load syHtems aggregating over 16000
miles of lines
Mr Hawley arrived here last night
on a special train to meet President
George W Stevens of the Chesapeake
C Ohio road and other officials with
whom ho will make an inspection I
trip over the Chicago Cincinnati
Louisville and the Chesapeake < ft
Ohio roads
Mr Hawley and the president of
the Chesapeake Ohio confirmed the
report that tho latter road Is con
templating purlmsins the Chicago
Cincinnati Louisville road and
merging that line with the Chesa
peake Ohio and the Hocking val
ley
leyfOUGT Off
THE TRAMPS
H W Sheridan For I
merly of Ogden
Proved a Hero
Willis Cal April 13Seelng a
group of tramps burning crossties aL
their camps near here Monday After
noon H W Sheridan a Southern Pa
cific superintendent stopped his speci
al train to investigate
One of the men who appeared to be
the gangs leader objected to tho in
trusion whereupon Sheridan knocked
him down That precipitated a free
fight and Sheridan found himself bat
tling single banded with fifteen brawn
ey knights of the road
Before the train crow could reach
the scene Sheridan with kicks and
blows had routed the entire crowd
The leader was knocked down four
times I
Shoridun used to be a brakeman on
trains In Utah and Nevada where ho
was a terror to hoboes
1FFDS
AS WIND
Prize Fighter Now in
Condition to Gain
a Victory
Ben Lomond Cal April 13The
much talked of hAt boxing bout
which was pulled off between Jeffries
1
and Berger yesterday seems to have
pleased the big fellows trainers by Its I
re H1lts To them the most satisfact
ory point developed wns tho excellent
wind shown by Jeffries The wheez
ing and labored breathing which char
acterized his bouts on tho stage has
disappeared entirely
Berger was enthusiastic He has
Improved a thousand per cent since
I boxed with him last said tho man
ager Tho big follow hardly seemed
to breathe and in the clinches his
TTlt ONES
IN COURT
As Evidence of the
White Slave Trade
in New York
New York April 13Wlth the ar
raignment of six mon in a Brooklyn
police court today and the announce
ment that warrants were out for 20
others the Brooklyn police declared
that one of the biggest raido on deal
ers In white slaves ever made In Now
York was in progress
Eight girls were in court to tes
tify against the prifionora One of
thorn was only nine years old tho
oldest was 15 They all told the same
lorthaL thoy had been lured to a
moving picture show where candy or
other cheap presents were given them
and that then they were taken to
some houso maintained ns a resort
of the white slave bands activities
The arrest of the six persons was
brought about by the Society for tho
Prevention of Cruelty to Children
agents of which have been on the
trail of the baud for months
WORLDS MARKETS
STOCKS DEPRESSED ON
OPENING BUT RECOVER
l New York Ainl 13 Opening line
TO THE PEOPLE OF OGDEN I
It is important in every way that Ogdens full population be returned in the present census
taking
We therefore urge every citizen that he be fully prepared when the enumerator calls to
answer each question and that information of every name entitled to be enumerated be given
Certain information which the enumerators must have should be in the possession of both
husband and wife when the enumerator calls
For instance the wife should be able to say where the husband was born and if born in a
foreign land when the husband arrived in America The exact year nhould be given The wife
or party left in charge of the home during the husbands absence should be able to tell where tho
wifea mother and father were born and where the husbands father and mother were born If the
husband was born in a foreign land tho wife should be able to say whether the husband is a citi
zen of the United States or not The wife should be able to tell what the trade or profession of
the husband is The wife should be able to say whether the homo thoy life in if owned by tho oc
cupants is mortgaged or not
There are other questions the enumerator will ask which the person in charge of the home
will be able to answer but the above questions must be answered and information should be loft
with the party at the house so the same can be promptly answered Signed
1 AE HEYWOOD
Presldent Weber Club
WILLIAM GLASMANN 1
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such that it was like
strength vac
wrestling n stone wau
Jeffries himself worn a complacent
smllo after he had completed the bout
skipping and bag punch
some rope
bag 10m In Rood condition right
now ho declared and If you dont
bcllovo T will beat Bob Armstrong
Flaying handball to show you that Im
not tired and that ho did
Work on the gymnasium was com
menced today rite roof Is to be tak
en off immediately abovo tho ring
thus permitting fresh air and more
light
Jeffries Is oxpectcd to do some spar
ring every day from now on but
whether he will remains to bo soon
Tho canvas on the floor of Uio ring
will bo stretched tighter so JIB to pre
vent the slipping which hindered his
footwork yesterday
A wire has been received from St
Lotus suiting that George Schent a
wellknown sportingman of that city
had engaged a special car to trans
port a delegation of about 100 of his
follow ring fans to tho Jeffries John
son fight
CONVICT IS A BANKRUPT
Now York April 13 A petition in
bankruptcy against a prisoner in Sing
Sing has been filed bore The alleged
bankrupt Is J Edward Boock a Jewel
ry salesman who disappeared in May
1007 aftor obtaining about GOOOO
worth of jewels from dealers
Betterment League Meeting
Wednesday Evening April J3th
8 p m
at Weber Academy r
Rev + Francis B Short
OF SALT LAKE CITY
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will address the league on Our Problem of Crime and
Criminals
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The public is cordially invited to attend and hear the very in
teresting speaker on this most important topic
sof stocks today C tiwedno very
I marked changes from last nights
closing levol rho tranacontliicntal
J railroads were depressed but other
wise changes were Insignificant ami
Irregular Union Pacific St Paul At
chiuon and Tennessee Copper lost
large fractions
The low prices made by some ol
tho standard stocks encouraged buy
ing and the losses were made up
Rack Island was in brisk demand ris
ing to 47 31 Prices did not hold well
on tho rally and some of the active
features fell to a lower level than
at the start At 11 Oclock the mar
ket was rising again
Tho rise of 1 12 in Rock Island
and of 2 In Brooklyn Transit was
viewed with comparative indifference
The distribution of heavy buying or
ders in United States Steel awakened
a more general response That stock
moved up to near S7 American
Smelting Amalgamated Copper and
I National Lend roso 1 11 to 1 38 and
Union Pacific Sauthorn Pacific Great
Northern pfd and Pennsylvania 1 I
Bonds Irregular
Chicago Livestock
Chicago April 13 Cattle Receipts
estimated at JOOO market steady
I Beeves 5501805 Texas steers
3J80fiiC30 western steers 5500
685 stockers and feeders 380W
fi45 cows and heifers 275 < 710
calves 700 < tf800
IIogB Receipts estimated at 18000
market 10 to ISc lower Light 980
plOlii mixed S98 > t < > 1010 heavv
9S51015 rough 985 < 0 > 9S5 Rood
to cholco heavy 9951015 pigs
920ilOOO bulk of sales 990n
1005
Sheep Receipts 9000 market
weak Native 450igS2il western
l76 < 825 yearlings 725S75
lambs native 776575 western
S000 75
Omaha Livestock
Omaha April 13 Cattle Receipts
3700 Market steady to strong Nat
ive steers GOOaSOO cows and holfera
37GaG50 western steers 360a70U
stockers and feeders 375a700 calves
2Ea825
HogsReceipts 11700 Market lOc
to lEc lower Heavy S7Ca990 mixed
9 GoaO 75 light 950a97G pigs SSOa
° 60 bulk of sales 965a97o
SheepReceipts 8100 Market 15c
to 20 cents lower Yearlings 77IU
SfiO mothers 750a825 ewos TOOa
600 lambs OOOnlO
Chicago Close
Chicago April 13Closeheat I
May 110 7S July 103 5Sa3I Sept
100 34
Corn May GS M July 61 l5a3S
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Sept G2 3Sal2 c I
Oats May 12 W > July 10 Sept 37
78
Pork May 2240 July 2260 Sept
2212 12
Lard May 1272 12 July 1245
Sept 1237 l2a4o I
Ribs May 12GG July 1240 Sopt
1232 t2
Ilarloy Cash IfiaGS r
Sugar and Coffee
New York April 13Sllsar raw
steady Muscovado 89 test 38G cen
trifugal 96 test 396 molasses sugar
3G1 Refined steady
Coffoi spot quiet No 7 Rio S 12 I
Xo 1 Santos 9 14
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Chicago Produce
Chicago April 13 Bntter Steady
Creameries 26a31 dairies 22a28
Eggs Steady at mark 18a20 finds
id prime flrats 21
Choose Steady aisles llal2
Hal
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I IN DR COOK
Friends Say Mount Mc
Kinley Expedition is
Corroborative
New York April 13Friends here
of Dr Frederick A Cook declare ho In
I still In South America Captain Brad i
ley S Osbon of the Arctic club a i
staunch Cook supporter gave out the
following statement today
Dr Cook will not be much cur
priced to hear that the Fairbanks ex
pedition did not find his records They
were left there four years ago and I
doubtless have been buried under the
snow or swept away by Arctic storms I
Tho report of the Fairbanks party
that they found an easy way to the
summit corroborates Dr Cooks story
of his ascent I feel more positive
than over that Dr Cook not only
scaled Mount McKinley but also dis
covered the north pole
REQUEST IS
RESPECTED
Mrs Harriman Gete the
Erie to Change
its Trains
New York April 13To check a
noisy process which Interfered with
tho peace and quiet of the Harriman
estate at Arden the Erie railroad Is
building new tracks and altering tho
routing of many of its less Import
ant trains
Mrs B H Harriman widow of the
financier requested that the short
cut of the Erie just under tho moun
tain estate at Arden be abandoned
hocauso of the noise the trains made
The railroad company could not sea
its way clear to take this step but
agreed to ameliorate conditions by
stopping switching In the vicinity and
sending as many trains as possible
over the other route
DYNAMITED
STREET CAR
Trolley Conductor Has
His Legs Broken by
Explosion
Philadelphia April 13 Benjamin
Wachlo a trolley conductor Is In a
critical condition in a hospital as tho
result of Injuries ho received when
his car was dynamited last night In
tho northeastern section of the city
His legs were broken and ho also re
ceived internal injuries
As the result of tho disorder last
night two saloons were ordered clos
ed several arrests wore mado and a
number of cars were stoned and dam
aged
NEGRO IS
LYNCHED
Mob Takes Dying Man I
from Jail and
Burns Body
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Meridian iliBB April litTom
ONeil a negro who shot and killed
Jailer Temple hero today was shot I
by the offlcora in a fight In the base
ment of the Jail
A crowd of nearly 2000 peoplo took
ONeil from the officers before he
died carried him to a telephone polo
and hanged him Afterwards the body
wne lowered tho throat cut and the
clothing saturated with kerosene and
set on ire I
Temple wan killed by ONoU when
the Jailer went to the assistance of i
a deputy whoso revolver the negro
hud secured
Geo Williams another negro Is I
charged with aaBifltlng ONoll and
threats have been made to lynch him
Metal Market
New York April 13Lend weak
spot I36a445 Copper weak stand
ard spot 12EOul265 May 3205al2
70 Silver 53 3fcc
BOY RECOVERS IN
AN OGDEN HOTEL
Burloy lip April 12 A remark
able recovery of an elsutycarcJd boy
c
from a stroke of paralysis is reported
from Albion tho county Boat of Cassia
county About two months ago the
young son of Mr and Mrs Walter
Powell of Albion was stricken with
paralysis tho malady affecting tho
two lower limbs rendering them use
less The mother took tho child to
Ogden about a week ago where she
hoped that specialists might be ablo
to afford some relief She called upon
the doctors who sot an hour Jator In
tho day when she should bring tho
boy The mother returned to her ho
tel and at tho appointed time pre
pared to take her son to the physi
cians She put the boy to bed when
ho naked to be Wt In a chair Sudden
ly he exclaimed Mother see I can
moro my toes This was the first
time in two months that tho child had
been able to move his toes and Mrs
Powell was startled at the sudden
change She lifted the boy from tho
chair and stood him on tho floorwhoro
without any assistance ho was able to
stand and walk across the room and
ho has walked ever since Tho doc
tors could not agree as to the cause of
the sudden recovery but pronounce It
one of tho most remarkable cases on
record
AMERICANS RUSH
TO TilE OLD WORLD
Chicago April 13 William E Cur
tIe in a letter to the RecordHerald
under Now York date says
Every steamer that leaves this
port between tho 15th of April and the
1st of August Is sold out and every
cabin on every steamer leaving Eu
rope from the lot of August to the 1st
of November Is already engaged by
the returning tourists There never
was such a hegira of pleastircseekora
before and steamship agents say they
could have sold 50 per cent moro
tickets if vessels had been available
People have had applications In for
I six weeks without receiving any en I
couragement and the waiting list at
every steamship offlco in New York
I contains the names of hundreds who
arc hoping that somebody may Rive
up his cabin and thus give thorn a
chance
CREATES A
SENSATION
Pardoning of Slayer of
Sen McCarmack
Unexpected
Nashville Tenn April tGovcr
nor Patterson today pardoned Colonel
Duncan B Cooper whose sentence of
twenty years in tho penitentiary for
the murder of United States Senator
B W Carraack was confirmed today
by the state supreme court
Although It was believed by many
that tho chief executive would take
this action the pardon coming HO
soon after the action of the court
created a sensation
Nashville April 131he supremo
court today affirmed the vordlct In
the case of the state against Col D
B Cooper and his son as to Col Coop
er but reversed the lower court as
to Robin Cooper Both men had boon
sentenced by tho lower court to serve
twenty years for the murder of Sen
ator E Yo Carmack on November 9
190STodays
Todays decision means that Cob
Cooper who Is about 65 years old
must servo his sentence of twenty
years unless ho is pardoned Tho case
of Robin Cooper Is remanded to tho
lower court and now stands In a posi
tion similar to that before he was
given the second trial
An air of suppressed excitement
pervaded tho court room
Judgo JMcAleatcr affirmed as to Col
Cooper and dissented as to Robin
RICHARD CROCKER EXPECTED
New York April 13 Richard Crock
er who has been in this country
since last October will arrive in Now
York tomorrow from Palm Beach Aft
er remaining hero a few Jays he will
leave for his estate In Ireland I
STREET CAR i
ACCIDENT i
Signals Failed to Show
Danger and Collision Gr
Resulted hsr
sr tit
Pitlsburg April Investigation
today discloses the fact that twelve rr
Persons were moro or loss seriously k
injured late lant night as the result
of tho action ot two street car con
ductors a mile apart who threw
lovers in switch boxes at the some
instant causing neither signal to l
Dhow danger and allowing two woll
filled street cars to crash Into each t
other an Instant after one had croeacd
a narrow trestle fifty feot above a
rocky gorge nenr Churlorol None oC N
the injured will die Ills reported today I
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day
ELEVEN MEN i
ARE KILLED
Buried Beneath 5000
Tons of Stone in j
a Quarry H
Easton Pa April 13 Elftvcn men j
all foreigners wore crt1 hed to death
In the stono quarry of tho Nazareth
Portland Cement company near Nar
areth today A premature explosion i
toro loose 5000 tons of stone cavcr
lug tho victims
One man was Injured so seriously
that ho cannot recover Tho quarry j
force was Just putting off a blast In
four holes each 24 feet deep when j
item some unknown eourco the chart
es were exploded
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SAILOR DEVOURED
BY ABHI SHARK i
Vallejo Cal Afcrll IS Letters re
ceived hero from Cristobal Panama I
state that on March 31 Samuel
Barnes A marine on the cruiser Ta I
coma foil overboard and was attacked
and carried under by a mammoth rf
shark The body was not recovered I
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Destructive Blaze in the i r
City of New Haven
Connecticut
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Now Haven Conn April 13Iiro J
almost destroyed the New Haven I
county jail today following the burn
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lug of wooden buildings adjoining
occupied by tho New England chair
company Six firemen aro missing
and five firemen were Injured
Threo companies of tho Connecticut
Infantry woro sent to assist tho po
lice
Tho flro was brought under con
trol at 1 oclock At that time the
damage was estimated at 175000 t
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I Guess Ogden City has a Population of 1 r r
e
According to the U S Census taken in tho month of April r
I 1910 This guess is good only in the event of my subscription
being paid at least one day in advance of the day the Census
Director announces the population of Ogden APRIL 13 1910
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How Big Is Weber County m r
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I guess Weber County has a Population of
According to the U S Census taken in the month of April
1910 This guess is good only in the event of my subscription
being paid at least one day in advance of the day the Census e
Director announces the population of Weber County
APRIL 13 1910
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