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THE EVENING PAPER WEATHER FORECAST
1 JS THE PAPER OF I tanrb THE INDICATIONS ARE THAT THE I
WEATHER BE FAIR
THE bic n WILL TO
DAY MORNING NIGHT WITH HEAVY FROST
I PAPER OF SATURDAY FAIR WITH RISING j 1
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I Fortieth O Price Five Cent OGDEN CltY UTAH FRIDAY EVENING APRIL 15 1910 Entered aa Second Claw Matter at tho PoetoftJce Oflden Utah r
j ROOSEVELT IS INOGNANI OVER A
I f Al E MESSAGE SENT fROM GENOA
Had Been Represented as Saying That lie
Would Again Aspire to the Presidency
F and Had Conveyed the Infonna =
c tion to 6ifford Pinchot
Vienna April 1Mr Roosovcll
was Indignant today when ho learned
Ihnt a report hnd been printed In
J pirJs and cal ed to America that one
j of the results of the recent confer
ence wllll GIfford Pinchot was an
agreement on the part of the former
President to tho uso of his name as
I a candidate for the presidency
Mr Roosevelt again relternteJ that
he had not and would not make any
declaration In regard to American
jiolitlcs while In Europo He had
received and talked with Mr PIn
h cLot ho said as he would receive
and talk with any othr pollllcal
I frlfuJ Mr Roosevelt said he would
hereafter declino to receive the news
I paper correspondent who had given
i currency to this report
The story to which Mr Roosovelt
I rdcrrcd appeared originally In the
ficolo Xlex of Genoa and wae repeat
I pi In special dispatches to Paris and
thence to tho United States II stated
1 hat Mr Roosevelt had reached an
agreement with Mr Pinchot and that
If It became necessary ho would be
come a presidential candidate
Vienna April 15 Theodore Roose
velt and his son Kermit arrived here
at GI5 oarlock this morning Mr
Kbosevolt was met at the station by
Herr Von Mueller principal secre
mry of the foreign office who was
tbcre iS a roprosentntivn of the AilS
Italian government American Amhns
t eartor Korns and others of the staff oC
I the American embassy mid consulate
r and Baron Hengelmuellcr Van Hcne
r ccrrar AustrnHungarlnn i arahfissn
W at Washington After an exchange
of greetings Mr Roosevelt and Mr
I Korcus entered n court carriage and
drove to the Hotel Krauz
r After breakfast with Henry While
I formerly American bassaIor to
FFranco who caine from Sllosia es
f pecially to meet him Mr Roosevelt
received several Americans who hau
awaited him at the hotel and then
drove In the court carriage to the
foreign office on the BallPlats and
made an offlcloj call on Count Von
APhrenthil the AuatroHungarlan for
clpn minister
Returning to his hotel the former
President received n call from Baron
Hngolmuellor The baron remained
for luncheon Mr Kerens and Mr
White being nlso In the party
At 2 oclock this afternoon Mr
r Roosevelt again entered the court Cir
ri tgo and drove to the Hofburg pal
ace where he was received In audi
ence hj Emperor Francis Joseph As
a special mark of esteem tho emperor
iccelved his guest in his private
f apartments Instead of In the usual
audience chamber As Mr Roosevelt
entered tile court yard the palace
guard turned out nnd rendered mili
tary honors
From tho palace Mr Roosevelt vis
llcil the Capuchin church In the
vaults of which rest the bones of
Hapsburgos There he placed wreaths
on the tuning of the Empress Eliza
liPth and the Crown Prince Rudolph
As Mr Roosevelt entered the crypt
of the Hnpshurges tho Capuchin
r roonks who watched the tombs con
I dueled him straight to the Iron
Brought coffins of Elizabeth and Ru
I dolph winch He on either side of the
beautiful statuo of the Madonna pre
ronled by the Hungarian people
After tho wreaths had been deposit
fd tho former president wan shown
the other tombs among which IK tho
Immense sarcophagus containing tho
bodies of Maria Theresa nnd her hus
i band Francis J and the plain cas
fcpl of Emperor Maxinlllnn of Mex
ico
From the church Mr Roosevelt set
1 out on a round of official calls l > av
i big his cards for Archduke Francis
l Ferdinand heir to the AustroHun
Karlan throne Prince Montenuovo
the court chamberlain and Count
f
Paar the personal adjutant of the em
peror
Later in the afternoon Mr Roose
velt vlnltid the military riding school
and also witnessed a review of the
regiment of hussars commanded by
Prince nronn at Breltenz
At S ocloc this evening officials
of tho foreign office will give a din
ner at which Mr Roosevelt will bo the
guest of honor
A crowd of several hundred persons
remained In front of the Hotel Krank
throughout the day anti displayed the
keenest interest In Mr Roosevelts
comings and goings At each appear
ance of the American these persons
wised their hats respectfully hut
made no other manifestation
WIll WAGER
A fORTUNE
That Flag is Flying
from Top of Mt
McKinley
Fairbanks Alaska April 1Tiie
committee In charge of the Fairbanks
Mount McKinley expedition desires
that the United Stales government
shall detail sIgnal pervlcc men from
the nearest to Mount McKiulcy lo
make a nip to tho vicinity of the
I mountain and report whether an Amer
ican flag Ls flying from the summit
Thomas Lloyd leader of the expedi I
I tion and who know the great moun
tain well having lived the year
through tho foothills repeats that
March Is the safest month of the
I year for the ascent the snow being
then firm and there being no ava
lanches As tho snow begins to melt
the great crevasses open and there
are slides of vast masses of snow
E W Griffin and Captain Barnett
or thin city will wagor 100000 with
nny responsible person who doubts the
truth ot UHf report brought hack by
the expedition Tho summer expedi
tions now planned will verify the re
port of Mr Lloyd his backers say
OLDFIELD AND PALMA
RACE AT MOTORDOME
Los Angeles April 1Barney Old
field and Ralph DC Palma are entered
I
In a tcumilo stock chassis and a ten
mile freeforall race at the motor
drome this afternoon It Is the first
timo tho speed rivals will drive In I
the same contest at the new track I
Oldfiold IB driving a car todny that lie 1
hns nmdo a mile lu 43 sccorius while
Do Palmas car has a record of a sec 1
ond better
WORLDS MARKETS
MARKET WEAKENED UNDER
HEAVY SELLING ORDERS
New York April l5ContiicUng
currents wore very perceptible today
in the opening price movement of
stocks Changes were generally nar
row but very mixed and dealings were
very small
Buying orders became effective in
Southern Pacific and in a few of the
less active specialties Room traders
tool profits after prices had risen
above yostordajs closing and tho
m > rkot then became quiet Southern
Pacific American Sugar and Utah
Copper made temporary advances of
a point The bidding up ot prices In
pursuIt of tho stocks A firmer tone
on tho call loan market was a re
straining Influence Prices dropped
in the second hour and the market he
camo dull at a level slightly below
last night
Bonds were heavy
Chicago Livestock
Chicago April 15 Cattle Receipts I
estimated at 2000 market strong
Beeves 5CO86C Texas steers
180GO Western steers 500iQ >
CSr stockcrs and feeders CS5ifji
OC5 cows and heifers GfKg725
calves 700 < i860
Hoga Receipts estimated at 10
000 market Oc higher Light 975J
1015 mixed J75QJlOlD 11 em
I rough 073985 good
to choice heavy 98D1010 pigs
9301010 bulk of sales 5995Q1
1000
Sheep Receipts estimated at 10
000 market weak and lOc lower Na
tive S150S35 western 500SIO
yearlings 2oiJS30 lambs native
775 < J975 western S001000
Chicago Close
Chicago April 15Closc Wheat
May 109al8 July 103 Sept
1 00 3la7S
Corn May 58 12 Jily Cl 12 Sep
tember 62 5Sa3l
Oats May 13 July 10 11 Sept
US 3S
Pork May 2197 12 July 2220
Sept 2212 12
Lard May 1272 12 July 12
17 12 Sept 1210
Ribs May 12r7 12 July 12C7
32 Sept 1227 12
Omaha Livestock
Omaha April In Cattle Receipt
800 Market active nun stronger
Native steers OOaSOO western
steers 300i700 cows and heifers
280a5SO stockers and feeders J75 i
700 calves 1 25a8 25
1I0ssHeceJplH 7000 Market 5c
higher Heavy 970a990 mixed 9GOa
070 light 950a97fJ pigs 850a9 50
Sheep Receipts 5200 lOc higher
Yearlings 790aSGO wothors 750a
S23 ewes 700a7So lambs 900alO
00
Sugar and Coffee
New York A111l 15Susar raw
easy Muscovado 89 test 280 cen
trifugal 9G test 130 molasees sugar
89 test 355 Refined sugar steady
i Coffee spot quiet No 7 Rio S 12
No 1 Santos 9 14
Chicago Produce
Cihcago April lo Butter steady
crcameries 26a32 dairies 22a2S
Eggs stcnry Firsts 19 12 prime
firsts 20 12 Receipts 25832 cases
Chceso steady Daisies 14 12 young
Americas 1411
I
JEFFRIES MEETS I 1
BOB ARMSTROM1
Ben Lomond Cal April 15Thts Is
Jim Jeffries birthday but owing to
the Illness of Mrs Jeffries and the
gloom cast over the fighter by the
operation which will bo performed on
her festivities planned by Sam Berger
for tho anniversary were curtailed I
Mrs Jeffiies birthday comes next
week and her husband on the eve
of hor departure last night for an
Oakland hospital presented her with
a costly diamond necklace
On the last day of his 3Hh year
Jcffrlos yesterday faced a negro in
the ring It has been many years
it is said since ho last sparred with a
negro and as on this occasion Boh
Armstrong was the black Armstrong
was with Jeffrlos In tbo lattcrs prep
arations for his battle with Fltzslm
moos A couple of years prior to that
ffrlca had met and defeated Arm
strong who was then in his prim
The black man has been added to Jef
fries crew because of his long as
sociation with Johnson with whose
style of fighting he IB believed to be
thoroughly familiar Armstrong Is ex
Fo THE PEOPLE OF OGDEN
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 should be given The wife
or party loft in charge of the home during the husbands absence should be able to tell where the
wifes mother and father were born and where the husbands father and mother were born If the
land the wife should be able to say whether the husband is a citi
husband was born in a foreign
zen of the United States or not The wife should be able to tell what the trade or profession of
i the husband is The wife should be able to say whether the home they life in if owned1 by the oc
cupants is mortgaged or not
Ii 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 left
be promptly answered Signed
with the party at the house so the sarnecan
A R HEY WOOD
President Weber Olub
WILLIAM GLASMANN
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loach Jeffrie how to attack
peeLed to
and defend himself from Johnson 1
Time light spnriinc in which Joffries
and Armstrong Indulged yesterday
piovoked slight Inlcreflt rw the big
fighter showed zeSt for the exercise
attempt to unlimber hi
nul made no
ristlc artlllory His trainers have
pointed out to him the urgent necessIty
lt hit preliminary work
Ity ot taking
slowly and Jeffiles apparently IB heed
ing tho advice
I
DEATH OF CONSUL GENERAL
RUBLEE AT HONG KONG
I
Hong Kong April lo William A
Rublee United States consul general
nt Hong Kong died today of pen
tonitlb
Mr Riibleo was appointed consul
general at Hong Kong May 17th 1009 I
Ho was educated at Phillips Exeter I
academy and at Harvard iinlverflltj
After his graduation ho entered tho
editorial field anti was at ono time
vice president and director of the Mil
waukee Sentinel company
JACK JOHNSON HAS
STARTHITRANIN6
Chicago April 15After a day lay
off due to his appearance In court
Champion Jack Johnson put in a haul
training session yesterday He struck
oul with his trainers for Michigan
avenue and then Wasldngton Park
and hack again a distance ot about
10 miles
Upon his return to his quarters tho
negro boxed with Cutler nnd Cotton
and finished his days training with
an hours gymnasium work The
champion assorted if no other court
proceedings Interferes he will continue
this sort of work every day until he
loaves for tho const
Johnson dlaplajcd a keen interest
In the LnngfordBarry fight He
thought Langford would win but look j
ed for a quicker finish When told of
the result Johnson said either Harry I
is ImprovIng or Langford going back
After ho had finished his training the
champion motored to the city whore
he purchased fifteen hundred dollars
worth of chandeliers and other appar
atus for lighting his hmiBP
Promoter Jack Gloison who was
to have left for San Francisco y PR tor
day will stop another day to closo
deals with local railroad officials for
bundling admission tickets In conjunc
tion with railroad tickets
NEW YORK PoLIcE
OORLLDRESSED
Chicago April 1 Assistant Chief
of Police SchuetUor Insists that po
lice shall wear decent uniforms I
Ho cast hIs eyes over 1000 cops In I
spring uniform yesterday ns they lin
ed up in Garfield park for Inspection
As squad after squad camo to a stand
before him ho was moved to remark
Did you ever see such a bum lot
of spring millinery
Thoso bonnets the assistant chief
said wouldnt boa credit to a fifth
rate burlesque show Dont lot me I
catch you with them on your heads
another time That goesY
Then ho proceeded down the lines
for a closer Inspection of the mens
coatsOfficer
Officer ho said to one you vc
got enough doth In the patches on
that coat to make a new ono Youd
better see your tailor In the morning
because you cant wear that ragbag
any longer
These Inspections have been going
on for tho last two days and the as
sistant chief has condemned about
1000 holmcts and nearly 100 overcoats
nnd trousers
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O WESTON IN PENNSYLVANIA O
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O Conncaut 0 April I5Ed 0
O Pavson Wcston crossed the 0
O Ohio state line today and en 0
O tercd Pennsylvania 0
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DR PEARSONS IS
HAPPY AT 90
Chicago April 15Nobody ever
was happier with a birthday wagon or
a pair of skates than was Dr D K
Pearsons 90 years old philanthropist
with the birthday gifts that a long
stream oC messengers deposited at hiM
homo yesterday
rite aged philanthropist practically
bad no relatives to remember his
birthday celebration he has outlived
thorn ailbut the colleges and Institu
tions that have been the recipients of
his charity for twentyone years all
remembered him Whore he had given
millions ho received cakes apples and
messages of congratulation but these
gifts brought just as much Joy to him
as had his money to the objects of his
generosity
There wns a great box of llowcro
from members of the faculty of Berea
college a cake from the girls of the
same institution a barrel of npplos
from somebody who remembered that
he was Lorn In Vermont and a stack
ot congratulatory notes nnd telegrams
SPEAKER CANNON
ON LONG LIFE
Atllcboro N Y April 15 At the
Plerrlan club annual banquet time fea
ture was a letter to the club from
Speaker Joseph G Cannon The let
ter closed with the fOllOwing rules
Honor thy father and thy mother
Take no thought for the morrow
anil dont worry
Work work work with hands
feel legs and brains
Learn to slug no matter how mis
erably
crablSln nnd laugh nnd keep ou a keep
In on
Last year the club received congrat
ulations from Speaker Cannon This
year he sent tkeibove rules a8 his
version of the art Of long life
PIERCE ON
TUE STAND
Utah Man in Defense
of Secretary of the
Interior 1
Washington April 15 Frank I
Pierce Ilrat assistant secretary of the
Interior who began his service under
Secretary Garfleld and was continued
in olllce by Secretary Balllngcr was I
the witness before tho BalllngcrPIn
chot committee of inquiry when Its
sessions wore resumed terms II
Mr Pierce took the stand lato Sat
urday afternoon and after detailing
at some length the multitude of du
ties of tIme secretary of the Interior
he declared that Mr Balllnger soon
after taking ofllce turned over to him
everything In connection with the
Cunningham coal claims
Just before adjournment was taken
last Saturday Mr Plerco testified
that Mr Ballinger had not at any tlmo
attempted to interfere with his di
rection of tho case or to influence his
action
Before Mr Pierce resumed the
stand Attorney Brandela made a
lengthy statement charging that the
Interior department had failed to fur
nluh certain correspondence called for
by him in a letter to the committee
dated January 27 Mr Brandeis said
the correspondence related to tho
Htatoment of Attorney General Wick
orshnp that Glavls had been guilty of
habitual procrastination in failing
to Institute quits against claimants of
Alaskan lands
Ho said ho expected to show by this
correspondence that Glavls had not
been negligent In tho matter
Chairman Nelson told Mr Urandcis
to write a letter enumerating the pa
pers needed und ho would sco that I
they wore forthcoming from the de
portment Mr Brandels said all he
could do would be to repeat his re
quest of January 2th 7
Attorney Vortrces said ho resented
the imputation of opposing counsel
that papers had boon withheld b v the
department
That Is not true thero Is not a
word of truth in K said Mr w er
trees
Tho committee then adopted a mo
lion that the department be naked lo
produce cbrrespondoncc demanded
I
by Mr Brandola and Mr Pierce re
sumed his testimony
Mr Pierce denied that he had told
exGoveinor Moore one of the Cun
ningham claimants that he could have
his patents without an examination
I under the new low of May 2S 1008
lie said Land Commissioner Dennett
had construed the law differently and
had told Moore he could have his
patents without a hearing
During the winter of 1007 Mr
Plorce said the Cunningham claim
antshad maintained a strong lobby In
Washington and had exerted powerful
InJlncucos on Secretary Garlleld and
congress to secure their patents
Mr Pierce said he stipulated with
John P Gray one of the counsel for
tho Cunningham claimants that tho
cases should not be heard before the
Juneau register and receiver who or
dinarily would have had Jurisdiction
because tho receivers son was one of
the claimants and because he real
ized that the same Inllucnco would be
exerted with these officers as was ap
parent in Washington Ho thought
Continued on Pago Seven
RIOTING CONTINUES
IN INLAND CHINA
Hankow Aurll HiTho situation
at Shangaha the capital of Hunan
Is grave The rioting begun by tho
natives in revenge for the action ot
Chinese officials In cornering nnd con
trolling the export of rice continues
The governors yamcn In which the
missionaries hnd sought refuge was
sot on lire by tho rioters and destroy
ed The missionaries and other for
olgners fled and wcro taken aboard a
merchant steamer in the harbor
The British consulate and custom
offices have been abandoned Two
more British gunboats are hurrying to
Iho scene
No fatalities aro reported The
property known to have been destroy
ed aro tho buildings of tho Wcsloyan
China Inland mission of tho Meth
odist China Inland mission and the
Norwegian mission
SHOULD WASH THE
CURRENCY BILLS
Chicago April 15Wo must wash
our currency bills to prevent their
convoying disease germs and reduce
them In alzu so that they will totter
fit our pockcthooks before wo will
have approachudUic Ideal in our me
dluni of exchange said Eames Mac
Vongh eon of Franklin MacVongh
HOcroUiry of the United States treas
I iii v before the South Side Business
Mens association last night
Mr MacVeagh exhibited a dollar
bill half of which had been washed in
chemicals at the Philadelphia mint
ami Iho other half of It had been re
1 coived There was the same noticeable
collar and
difference as In a clean C <
ono worn a week without change
MacVengh suM that the govern
ment would save from 200000 to
300000 annually by washing Its paper
currency instead of destroying it
JOHN 0 ROCKEFELLER MAt
AN EXTRA GOOD SCORE
Tarrylown NYAprih 15John D
rRockofeilor has returned to his horne
Pocnntlco HlllP and is playing golf
dally Recently hemade such an ex
cfillenl score that he nailed up a
friend In Chicago lo tell him about it
and also sent out telegrams to twenty
fivo other friends
The trees arc In bloom and Mr
Rockefellers estate Is particularly
beautiful ire himself Is in floe
health and fine spirits
MAN ONCE PROMINENT
DIES WITHOUT ATTENTION
Chicago April JGTho body of
Stephen II Denton Harvard graduate
nor veteran of the Mexican and Civil
warn lies in a west side undertaking
establishment and Is threatened with
dissection
Denton once possessed wealth and
was associated with his brother lu the
dry goods business in Iowa Friends
nnd relatives appear to have vanished
with his riches lie possessed but
215 a pawn ticket for his watch aud
some old clothes when ho was admit
ted to the Dunning Infirmary oarly In
January nnd not a person visited him
or made Inquiry concerning the prog
ress of the disease which carried him
off last Saturday and nono has
claimed his body
HISSING OF TAFT I
WAS DEPLOR4BLE
Washington April 1 President
Tafts address before the National
Woman Suffrage association last
night and the manner In which It
was received were the subject of con
versation among the delegates prev
ious to their meeting today as they I
discussed In groups In hotel corri
dors the Incident saa termed by
many as deplorable
Officers and a great number of tho
delegates expressed regret at tho oc
currence
Todays session of the convention
was preceded by a conference on the
practical methods of work at which I
Mary Hutchcson Page of Massachu
setts presided Tho subject nan dis
cussed by Mary Ware Dennett of
Massachusetts and several others
When Rev Anna Shaw called the
convention to order reports were read
fronr South Dakota Oregon Wash
ington and Oklahoma In which states
the association has bills pending
Resenting the alleged Insult offered
to President Taft when he was hiss
ed at the Womans Suffrage conven
tion hero last night Representative
Wiley of Now Jersoy declined a re
quest of the New Jersey Womnn Suf
frage conionllon that ho introduce
In time house tho potltlon which Is he
ing circulated by the BiiffragotteB for
congressional action for furtherance
of their cause
BURNING LIGHT
SilONE ON TRA6EDY
Plttsburg April 15A light which
burned for six weeks In the rear of
a house In Bluff street excited tho
curiosity of neighbors and has now
resulted in tile discovery that W R
Roblln a wealthy recluse had been
dead there for a month or more At
his door was mail which had accumu
lated since March 10 and beside the
bed In which he lay dead was found
a bottle marked carbolic acid Rob
lln was formerly a real estate dealer
left for
er but had recently been a
tune by a wealthy aunt Mrs llaumi
Jones He had made his nom with
her until her death ana occupied his
house nlone The motive ror time np
parent suicide has not been ills
closed
SEVERAL STATES WANT
THE NEW FIELD GUN
Washington April 1 15Seor
slates are anxious to obtain the new
thieeIuch field arllllor gnus and
equipment In answer to applications
tIme war department has notified Na
tional Guard officials that It ib tho
i ollcj to provide this expensive and
complicated material to batteries oi
the organIzed militia only when an
adequate personnel and satisfactory
armories are provided with competent
mechanicians as caretakers
In answer to other Inquiries the do
paitmcnt has ruled that transportation
of rations tenlage bedding fiold
range and mess equipment for offices
attending the annual camp of Instruc
tion for Infantry officers may he charg
ed against a states allotment but no
allowance can be made for lie trans
portation of servants and imitated
cocks
8EET SUGAR
INDUSTRY
Possibility That Indict
ments May Follow 1
Investigation I rU il
Washington April 1 Agents of th
department ot justlco and the tieasurj
are looking Into certain features ol 1
tho beet sugar industry III ho WOBU I
The object It Is believed la to ngcur I wI
tain what relations If any exist be
tWHcn the promoters ot that indnatrj ltj
and the socalled sugar trust with a
view to determining whether such re
lations result In any violations of the o
Sherman antitrust law such as thu I m
fixing of prices of a combination In 1 t
restraint of trade
Just now tho department of Justice In
JB closing an Inquiry Into tho boot
sugar side of tho question at Pueblo p
Colo Operations at three or four i
other points aro to lie included in i
tbo senIle of thc Investigation Tho IJ
possibility it was Bald at the depart I it
ment today Is that indictments may
follow
Alleged frauds against Iho revenues
nl Now York and at New Orleans
are being made the subject of In
quiry by the department I
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NO IMPROVE lENT
IN FOOTBALL RULES
Now haven Conn April J5TI16
season of football Injuries Is still on
It was announced from Yale football
headquarters today that Joseph D
McCullough a 200pound freshman
tackle will hare to undergo an op
eration as tho result of a severe in
jury to his knee which he sustained
yesterday whllo playing under the
now rules
McCullough why cornea from Slog
benvlllc Ohio was breaking up a
1I1i y from an onside kick and re
ceived his Injury In a hard tacklo j
Yule teams aro trying out the new
rules with a IEminute practice per
iod each day Captain Dally is not I
enthusiastic over tho now rnles Ho i
remarked after watching tho l1ra tlc
for some time that he hoped time
rules committee knew what It wa3 do j
Ing as he could seo no improvemcat
over the 1009 rules
NO POOR IN THE T
TOWN OF MONT CLAIR
Mont Clair N J April 15Tha
town of Mont Clair believes that pros
I perity has come to stay r
There are no potr left in the town I
ship and tho authorities have decided
to abolish the poor house The build
ing will be town down jid the land
converted Into a public playground
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O TERRIFIC EXPLOSION AND Q I
O FIRE IN HAMBURG 0
O 0
O Hamburg April 15A tor a
O rlfic explosion occurred In a 0
O building In the bonded ware 0
O house district this afternoon a
O Several persons were killed 0
O and three great warehouses 0
O were set on fire O i
O Long after the explosIon tIme 0
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O department made little head O I
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llow Big Is Ogden
I Guess Ogden City has a Population of
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1910 This guess is good only in the event of my subscription I
being paid at least one clay in advance of the day the Census 6 I
Director announces the population of Ogden APRIL 161910 w
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How Big Is Weber County
I guess Weber County has a Population of
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According to the U S Census taken in the month of April t
1910 This guess is good only in the event of my subscription
boing paid at least one day in advance of the day the Census
0 Director announces the population of Weber County I I
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