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SATT LAKE April IS After rev
7f eral holidays the tradors assembled
on the floor of the local xchang thin I
morning to dispose of mining bharcs
at almost any prices that offered De
spite this condition there was not sn
great a slump fn prices as might haVo
H been anticipated for a number of the
traders came on the floor with the
expectation of finding a hotter market
than was afforded at the close on
Thursday afternoon of Inst week I
Thoy bad advised their clients to this
effect and theN were some buyoro I
present ready to lake advantage of
any sudden uplift that might be Jnaug
kZ united
IrOu BIocGom and Colorado held tho I
I price a shade higher thnn at the close
t ot last week nnd Sioux acted fairly
I well at the opening but showed signs
of weakening at tho close These
t storks hao the advantage of consider II
1 I able eastern support While there la
not a groai deal of buying In the east I
at this time the fact that tho stocks
have the sanction of some New York
operators goes a long way to helping
II these stocks In both the east and west
Sioux stock especially Is held largely
J by eastern Interest and It has been
i suggested that a reorganization of the
company may take place that the lar
j ger holders may have a stronger rep
resentation In the directorate
i Tho total sales during the morning
Kcuslon footed up 925020 The no
r rules recently Introduced by the gov
ernlng board have produced some ef
I fect In the trading Some argue that
r i It will be more beneficial to the mar
I ket while others claim that the old
rules vert the best money getters
SALT LAKE April IS Almoot ev
r ery mining man of this city and espe
L cially the stock traders on the local
I board will remember the old RoccO
L Homestake property at Hamilton Nov
i About six years ago It was the largest
silverload producing property In the
I sagebrush stale and dividends came
forth with the regularity of clock
work At that time a considerable
I amount of the stock was held In this
city and Austin Jackson of the firm
of E W HUPO Co was ono of the
largest shareholders After Jackson
and his associates had taken out a
fortune lh property pasSed to other
I hands and for several yenra Oscar
Smith of Reno has controlled tho
mine Smith also controlled the Eu
11 i reka county bank which recently
I failed following which nn attachment
was placed on tho Rocco mine and
i It was placed in tho bands of arc I
r i coivor
t Royalty Was Refused
i Gus Simon has been superintendent
of RoccoHomeslakc since Septem
t ber 1908 He says that ho was to
have received a salary of 100 a month
t and that tho unpaid portion of hlg ac
r count amounts to 1033 It Is ex
pected that other liens will bo filed
on the property by creditors ae It Is
r claimed that it is heavily indebted to
it various companies In which Smith wan
I Interested Despite the fact that tho
Rocco shipped a large tonnage of lead
ores to tho local market which aver
aged nfi much as 62 per cent lead the
property wan allowed to run behind
11 almost immediately after Jackson sold
his Interests U waR poorly managed
man men claim and the local smelt
1 ing plants refused to pay a royalty on
the ores which In the erly days was
given because of tho One fluxing con
tents of the rock In capable hands
It is claimed the property can again
be made to pay
Salt Lake April lSThe appeal of
1 n heartbroken mother looking for hor
I eon who has been missing from home
for several years was received this
morning by Hugh A McMillan direct
or of the COIISUH for Utah The moth I
er Is Mrs Stolllnga of Mammoth i
Springs ArK and the son is Derk
Stallinga or Derrick Stolllnger Tho
f letter stairs that ho was the only son
of an aged couple and It is naked that
the census inuniurator < try to find tho
boyS Vholhor 01 hot he is in Salt
Lake IH not certain
Salt Lake April IS Johnnie Hunt
10 years old of Wells Nov enJoys the
I distinction of being the first child to
contribute toward tho silver service
to bo presented to the new battleship
Utah Johnnlo writes D II Christen
son superintendent of schools that
his grandpa was a soldier and that
ho wanted to help to got the silver
service and so Inclosed a dime The
board of education hafi taken no oYulQn
yet on the request of tho crtminlUC vfo
ho allowed to mnkc the nsKossmpnt
on the pupils lIlho Salt hake City
schools so Johnnlo coiUrlbution IK
the first
Salt Lnke April 18 Lnyton dairy I
men who are alleged to have been
watering milk sold In the Soil Jake
and Ogden markets must stand trial
Complaints will ho filed this afternoon
against Charles Soil S 1 Adams
William Nnlder Joanph WhltosldcB S
H Naidcr and Andy Adams charging
them with selling watered milk ac
cording to a report given out this
morning by Willard Hanson state
fond and dairy commissioner
The milk placed on the market by
those dairymen was tested h > State
Chemist Herman Harms and wnp said
to lie short on butter fat and solids
The finding led to an Investigation
and 11 JH said that tho dairymen wore
found to bo lining the pump us well
an the cows In producing the milk
An effort was made b > the dairy
men to have the filing of the om
plaint held off the dairymen offering
arious kinds of excuses for their ac
tions Mr Hanson did not consider ltk
tho best policy to give the dealers an
other chance I
SLT LAKE April 18 Xhonno 23
years old a full blooded Navajo In
dian pleaded guilty this morning in
the United State circuit court to
the murder of Charles Fritz a trail
Ing post keeper last Novomtjor Tho
erlinc was one of the moat cold
blooded and Inexcusable reported
among the Indians lu many years and
Zhonnc admitted his guilt to Judge
John A Marshal without a tremor
The plea was entered through Steven
Dale an Indian Interpreter Zohunc
himself being unable to either under
stand or apeak English
As soon as the Indian had admit
ted his crime Attorney W W Ray
who wad appointed by tho court to do
fend him rose and asked that tho
pice of guilty be entored The re
quest was granted by Judge Marshal
Zolmne was taken to the court
room by Deputy Marshal Julian Riley
who escorted him from lie county
jail to the court room without the
use of handcuffs Entering tho room
Zhonuo met Steven Dale the Indian
Interpreter and for the first time
since Khonnc was brought to Salt
nIce City he had a chance to talk
in his native tongue Vhen Zhonnes
case was called he and the interpreter
stood before Clerk Lonelier and heard
tho Indictment Sihonne when asked
If ho wan guilty or not guilty nodded
his hqud and stated according to tho
Interpreter I am guilty
Zhonnos case Is one which would
make Rome of the Nick Carter stories
appear about as sonuntlonal as fi Sun
cay school lesson In comparison
Zhouno one day mounted his pony
put an old apd broken 22 lIhor rifle
III his saddle holster and rode to tho
trading post run by Charles Fritz at
ITo asked Fritz for something to eat
and the request was complied with
Zhonne being given some cheese
crackers and somo tomatoes Ho ate
these whllo Fritz was counting his
money With murder In his heart
Zhonno wont outside and meditated
Po few moments Then running to tho
top of a nearby hill looked stealthily
shout and seeing no one returned to
his horse which was tied near tho
tladlng post nnd secured his rifle
Crooning toward the entrance to the
post Zhonnn waited Fritz came out
presently and without looking about
emptied some dirt ho had In a pan
and turned to go back Into the house
As Zhouno leveled his rifle at Fritzs
head and sent a bullet Into his brain
Fritz died almost Immediately and
Zhorno hurried Inside and rifled ho
store of aH tho money and jewelry I
lie could find
PROVO April 18 Nearly GOO pOI
eons loft Provo this morning on thy
Holier train to take part In the for
mill opening of the Provo Reservoir
conipHiis irrIgation system In tho
mouth of Provo canyon Among them
were Josoph Grant George U Brim
hint C D Cnudlam G Oauque
J William Knight and othoe
On aiming at Cniceis station the
ucur8lonlstb left tho train and spoilt
time time liispccllng tho work and on
joylng tho scenery till the cxeiclaes
commenced Tho following program
was rendered
Music by the 13 Y U band led by
Professor Saner singing Ior tho
Strength of the Hills members or
B Y U choir under the direction
of Professor Lund Invocation George
II BhJrahall singing B Y U male
President Joseph It Murdock of the
reservoir company then delivered an
address giving tho history and pur
pose of the project lie said lu part
J Tho company was organbod In I
l Tree Tea
i is Uncolored and complies
I with all Pure Food regulations
S A tea to be high quality must be first crop
must be mountain grown must be uniform
Tree Tea is
4 first crop
r j f
1 > always uniform 2t I
Beware of imitations
t 1
t 1
1908 with tho followln directors
Joseph R Murdock Joseph H Keolcr
Stephen L ChlpwRii Allot John
Kvans JameS d Jensen and PavJd
A Broadbent
The purposo for which the com
pany IB orgnhized Is to sUpply water
for tho unlrrlgnted lands In the north
ern fmit of TMah county extending
from tho mountains fioutheant of the
mouth of Provo tunjnn westerly h
lof the foothills tho point of tub
mountain at the Jordan narrows
from which point the water con be
taken by gravity to Draper In tho
eouth end of tho Salt Lake valley
SALT LAKE April 18 Reports
presented at the meeting Saturday
of the Salt Lako Horticultural so
ciety Indicated that the frosts de
stroyed practically nil of the Btono
fruit of the count Smudging ap
pears to have been successful in many
cases In preserving Homo fruit but
other orchardlstB declared that It
did not help them
At Granite till the etono fruit anti
most of the pears and applets were
destroyed J M1 Smith of Draper re
ported that smudging only raised the
temperature of his orchard fioin 20
to 25 degrees and ho lost a largo
part of bin crop
U Hemlnpwav of Grnng saved
most of his fruit by smudging and
J 0 Smith of East Mill creok was
equally nucccMiful The next meet
lug will be on May 21
SALT LAKE April 18 Contracts
were lot this morning for the new
state fish hatchery at Panguitch
lake In Pluto county to John D Mor
rcll of Junction Plute county Fred
W Chambers state fish and gamo
commissioner says the now hatchery
Is to have a capacity oTf 1000000
Huh and will be a big asset to tho
fish culture In tho stato which at
present is doing a great deal toward
replenishing the streams with trout
The hatchery will cost 950 and will
be modern throughout Five acres and
good water rights for the hatchery
wore given to the stato by John L
Sevey Co who have big land hold
li gs In the vicinity and who were
extremely anxious to have the hatch
ery In their neighborhood The new
building will be situated on tho lanl
of Panguitch lake Mr Chambers
will go down Saturday morning to se
lect the exact site nnd Monday the
work of construction will begin Mr
Chambers will take with him 150000
eastern brook trout and German
trcut fry to plant In Pangultoh lake
Continued on pago Eight
Wherever Parisian Sage Is Known It
Has the Call
Parisian Sage that moet iffielent of
all hair restorers Is a very delightful
and refreshing hair dressing Besides
possessing theso Qualities It will posi
tively make any womans hair soft
luxuriant and attractive BADCONS
PHARMACY sells it for 50 cent a
largo bottle and will return your mon
ey If It does not cure dandruff fall
ing hair and itching scalp In two
I had given up hopes 6f over be
Ing cured of dandruff when I purchas
ed a bottle of Parisian Sage It has
entirely removed the dandruff and has
started a growth of new hair and all
this after having been troubled 15
years I cheerfully recommend Paris
ian SageMrs Elizabeth Anderson
Mechanlcsburg Pa
Additional facts regarding Frank
Hyde the man whose body was dis
covered Sunday in Ogden river tend
to substantiate the theory that he com
mitted sulcldo from despondency
The mysterious letter for which
Hydo was apparently Availing for sev
eral days and which did arrive tho
day after ho disappeared from the
Reed hotel was opened by the author
ities last evening and Us contuntii
read The letter was from the brother
of tho dead man at Boise and among
other things entreated tho latter to
brace un and be a man Inferring
that Hyde had previously hinted at
suicide lu his correspondence and
that tho brother was endeavoring to
turn his mind from thoughts of that
A lady from Salt Unite with whom
Hydo had recently kept company
came from that city yesterday und
vIsited the undertaking parlors to view
tho body of her friend Sho was re
ticent regarding her associations with
the unfortunate man and her nnnio is
withheld by the authorities
I Sheep shearing is on In full swing at
Christlanburg Emory county accord
ing to advices received from mon re
turning from that town and more than
S5000 animals aro now In the pens
and on tIme nearby range awaiting
their turn lo go under the clippers
The clip will average a trifle heavier
than sovon pounds to tho fleece or
about COOOOO pounds for the entire
The new plant consists of thirty
two machines propelled by a 12horsc
power gasoline engine Is the second
largest in the state
Robert Corn acknowledged cham
pion of the state whose average Is 200
animals a day IH at Chrlsllanburg
with twelve other fast men and this
group of all corers aro handling in ex
cess of 2000 sheop a day Aa the mon
art paid S cents a sheep they art
coining money
The wool is In good shape the
fleeces being long though somewhat
dry The sheep hive had a hard Win
tor but It has tended to make Iho
fleeces exceptionally heavy There uro
thlrtvtwo men handling tho shears at
the CbrietlAubuig slivurlng jjcue
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A daring robborj Wfts attempted
early this mornlnp at thn second
hand storo Q < Fred Wcckcr
10D Twontyflfth street Tho
proprietor was sleeping In the rear of
his store when ho was uronsed by the
breaking of glass on tho sidewalk In
front at the same limo noises as
though thc doorfc wore being at
tempted Grasping hm gun n 12
callbrn automatic ho ran towards tht >
front Hearing ho approached the
further breaking of glass and noticing
several dark fipurets endeavoring to
forM an entrance Raining his r > vol
vor lie fired four timoR In quick suc
cession >
Onicera from the nearby heals
riiBhed lo the scone hut the supposed
robheiH had disappeared Quickly or
ganizing a systematic search they
succeeded In capturing a couple of
rather suspicious looking men In a
nearby coffee house who told the ofTl
cers they had just recontlj arrived
on a freight train from Salt Lake
Thc wore taken to the police station
searched and locked up for tho night
pending further investigation
What eC7enia sufferer would not
spend 25 cents to cure that terrible
agonizing licit
Since our J repealed recommonda
tlons failed to Induce some Eczema
sufferers right In thin town to try
D D D Prescription at 100 a bot
tle arranged with the D D D
Laboratories of Chicago to offer a
special trlnlfor Iho presonl at only
25 cents for this special bottle This
nominal price Is made to assure a
trial by every skin sufferer
The renlcdy will convince you in
stantly for It takes the Itch away the
very moment you start to wash tho
skin and It cures an wo KNOW
Not for some time has travel on the
Denver Rio Grande been as heavy
ae It has been during tho past three
days Since Saturday morning four
teen extra passenger trains were han
dled through this city from the east
to take care of the colonist travel to
tho west and northwest
Five of these extra trains passed
through this city Saturday six more
wont through Sunday and three passed
through Ogden yesterday Tho col
onist rate closed April 15 from points
in the east and after today it is ex
pected that normal traffic will be re
We aro tfiiSing for fat hogaaa fol
IPTTB 1 i i
Hogs from 200 Ibc and up pef
100 Ibsr I 900
Hogs from 160 to 200 Ibs per i
100 ibo 875
Hogs from 125 to 160 Ibo per
100 Ibo 800
WI receive hogs dfilly
Anybody who prefors dressed
weight on hoes may bring them in on
Tuesday or Fridays between 730
and 10 n m We will then slaughter
thorn whllo you wait and pay 1200
per 100 Ibo drecced At either ot
these days you may choose wholher
you want the live weight price or
1200 dressed
Ve pay for fat vcalc from 70 to 125
IbIS dreaced weight 12 cents per lb
and receive them dally You may
bring them In cither live or dressed
Accoss to our plant Is now con
cnlont since tho construction of the
With Urn Ink hardly dry on previous
contracts for equipment of the samo
character the Rock Island lines are
in tho market again this time for
2000 moo freight cars and llftynlno
locomotives This time as has been
tho caso wllh other orders all the
cars aro to be built with steel frames
throughout The purchase will consist
of 800 box cars 500 automobile furnl
turo carp and COO stock Mirs all of
80000 pounds capacity each and 200 I
ballast cars of 100000 pounds capacity I
The locomotive purchase comprises I I
twentyfho Pacific type passenger en
Ogden and Salt
Lake City
East and Return
Missouri River4OOO
St Louis Mo 4900
St Paul 5200
Peoria 5110
Chicago 5500
Dates Sale May 614 June
4111827 July 729 Aug 4
Sept 1423
Return Limit Oct 31st
For further information ad
A T S F Ry Co 233 Judge
Building Salt Lake Cityt JItah
id f 2 C iL L
glntB and llilrtyfour conaolldatiou
freight engines The passenger loco
motives will ho equipped with nil tho
modern Improvements Including su
P rhf > aterB thug giving the fulleit
vnluo to the Bteam generated and tho
boat results from tho fuel burned
Ench will weigh 220000 pounds 100
not pounds being on tho drivers The
freight engines will weigh 208000
poundR with 182000 pounds on time
This new purchase coming so close
ly on the hoels nf others la another
Indication of the determination of the
Rock Island lines to keep pace with
the business prosperity of the coun
try and lo supply the shippers along
the system with enough cars of tho
bent type known to tho carmakers art
When this order Is delivered It will
give tho road a very large amount of
strictly new equipment not to men
tion the practically new cars now be
ing turned out of tho repair nhopa
As a solution of tho problem of feed
ing the olk of tho big game country
in Wyoming the lean weeks of tho
latter part of each winter Georgo T
Deck of Cody has suggested that the
herds numbering 16000 head bo split
each foil and half driven Into tile
Jilckson Hole country and tho other
half Into the conntry between this
place and the Yellowstone Park where
there Is ample food
Left to themselves tho elk always
Beok the Jackson Hole In winter al
though that locality IB not a bettor
winter range than tho country west
and southwest of Cody Beck believes
tho elk can be rounded up each fall
b > 100 men within two weeks time
and that the suggested system will
result Jn elimination of further losses
from starvation
You Vill Make No Mistake If You Fol
low Thlc Cltlzenc Advice
Never neglect your kidneys
If you have pain In the back url
nary disorders dizziness and nervous
ness Its time to act and no time to
experiment These are all symptoms
of kidney trouble and you should seek
a remedy which Is known to cure the
Doane Kidney Pills Is the remedy
to use No need to experiment It i
has cured many stubborn cases In
Ogden Follow tho advice of an Og
den citizen and be cured yourself
Mrs George Walden 2860 Grant
Ave Ogdcn Utah says Kidney
complaint came on mo gradually three
or four years ago and 1 spont a great
doal ol money experimenting with
doctors medicines and socalled kid
ney medicines of all kinds without be
ag helped to any extent Finally
Doans Kidney Pills were brought to
m r notice and I procured a sample
helped mo from the first and the con
touts of seven boxes entirely removed
the backache and corrected the kid
ney disorder I always keep Doanfi
Kidney Pills on hand nnd whenever I
have the opportunity I recommend
For sale by all dealers Price 50
cents FosterMllburn Co Buffalo
New York solo agents for the United
Remember the name Doaus and
take no other
Chaug Yin Tang Chinese minister to
tho United States passed through Og
den yesterday afternoon on route to
the Pacific coast whore bo will meet
Hla Royal Highness Prlnco Tsai Toa
who Is on a tour of the world The
prince Is traveling in royal style ac
companied by a full retinue of servants
and lesser lights In the Celestial king
dom Tho trip across tho American
continent will be made by special
train and It Is expocted that tho party
will arrive in Washington D C by
tho 28th of this month
On his way to the coast the Chinese
minister Is accompanied by Secretary
Yung of tho Chinese legation at Wash
ington and his own son a dapper
appearing youth of about 1C years
faultlessly dressed In American togs
while his father wore the garb of a
Chinese nobleman The sons name
is Him Tang the Him however
when pionounccd Clilncso so re
scmbles Henry that that Is the name
ho has adopted Neither tho minister
or his sbn havo mastered tho English
language as yet but Secretary Ling
speaks with the fluency of a native
born American
A Serious Affair
According to the newspaper reports
the riot at Chnngsha Sunday morning
seems like a serious affair I have
no doubt In fact but what It Is serious
But so far aa it being a Boxer riot
there con bo no truth in It whatso
ever Your American newspaper cor
respondents in China arc bright mon
who are constantly on tho lookout
for sensational news
At the same time I can assuro
you that they are one and all prone
to ascribe tho antiforeign fooling to
anything of a local nature which may
occur In the country Chinn has her
hard times her labor troubles her
strikes etc tho same as any other na
tion and usually the first thing a
correspondent thinks of In the ovont
of local trouble Is that an antifor
elgn movement is on and he rushes
to the nearest cable ofllco with a
blood curdling talo of a race war
Usually nothing could ho moro In
correct Hero In Utah for instance
If a gang of Hungarian or Italian la
borers on the S P suddenly went
out on strike and burned up a build
Ing or two your local sheriff would
organize a posse and bo after thorn
hot foot wouldnt ho Would that bo
any excuse for foreign correspondents
stationed In Ogden to Immcdlatolv pub
Hah to the world that an and foreign
riot was takingplacoV Of course not
neither Is It correct In a similar case
in China
As far us Boxers are concerned
there arc no Boxers That IB simply
a term used to designate a cerlaln
element In China at the time of the
great troubles there several years ago
You might sat It was a name for
a temporary organization of fanatics
This trouble reported in tho Monday
morning press Is a serious matter but
you may dopond upon Its not bolng
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ny Ii DL WPR1S
Ai p It knot necessary for
Wa work shoe to look clumsy
to give good wear Have your dealer
show you the good looking comfortable
D wellfitting Mayer Work Shoes
I Mod of fough Hock heavy otct lolid counlet
double Iealn < tow double Kflcwi Made wild and
I will lul longer than any other IhO3 you ctn boy
I arc mado for wotliog men of til clusies and are
4 built oa honor You un live mosey by wear
in them Will outwear any other woke
Meyer Shoo looi for I
To bo ute you arc Rettiofl
the Mayer Trido Mark on the mole Your dealer
will wpply you 51 not wets to lit
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rjd s bctoLful pklure oi GOT i WuWasco nu t 11
We alto malc HonofbJt Shoo for teen Le dioZ Lady
Shoe J Martha Waihmgton Comfort Shoc Yamtt Cu h
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I c No Heal Except 1
Where Needed
I Ti u Dishes hotfood well
I I cooked kitchen cool No 1
underdone foodno i
overheated kitchen in
I summer Everything hot I
I e when wanted Heat un
der perfect control and 1
concentrated 1
The blue flame is all
beatno smokeno
odorno dirt These are
some of the advantages in using the
New Perf e oit r
Oil COoksto1re
It has n Cabinet Top with shelf for keeping plates and food
hot Drop shelves for the coffee pot or saucepans and nickeled
towel racks
It has long turquoiseblue enamel chimneys The nickel
finish with the bright blue of the chimneys makes the stove very
attractive and invites cleanliness Made with 1 2 and 3 burners
the 2 and 3burner stoves can be had with or without Cabinet
CAUDONARt HOISt Be Ian rOD oet lblHt v etutthenaraepbteruds NEW PERIECTIOH
Every dcaJer everywhere If not at yours write for Descriptive Circular
to the nc vest agency of the
Continental Oil Company
in Chnngsha on account of a failure
In crops To prevent nn extensive
famine the food supplies had been
gathered and placed under guard The
tpeoplo wero probably hungry Conso
qucntly they were probably desperate
A fight probably grow Into a riot with
out a moments warning with the re
suit that the grain supplies were
stormed by tho populace soldiers
mutinied when It came to shooting
down their own families and a bad
mixup in general Is the result The
soldiers down tliero are a sort of
rural guard or provincial inllllln They
are not the regular government troops
or they would not have mutinied
10000 REWARD
For Information leading to the con
vlclion of persons interfering with or
ERTY belonging to tho Salt Lake
Ogden Railway Company
For Information leading to the con
viction of persons PURCHASING
other property belonging to the Salt
Lake Ogden Railway Company
Buyers Are Mett
With a Setback
NEW YORK April ISTbe de
mand for slocks today proved dlsap
pointing to thoso who organized tho
upward movement of prices last week
Events of the week end brought In
some selling orders through commis
sion houses leaving small opportun
Ity for the buyers of last week to
distribute their holdings to the ex
pected new buyers An exception was
found In tho Hill and Gould stocks
which advanced in tho early dealings
on tho strength of reports that a
working agreement had been made by
which traffic from tho Hill roads
would be shipped over the Gould
rouds west of Denver
Tho futrther downward course of
wheat was evidence of satisfaction
with the new crop conditions It
watt regarded as proving also that I
holders of old wheat wero Inclined to
liquidate their holdings and not wait
longer In tho hope of hlgnor prices
Tho easing of the local money mar
ket with the strengthening w the
banks condition last week seems to
Have faolllated the further outgrowth
of sold Estimates of the probabli I
J out go have moderated with tho strong
I or position attained b > the Bank ol i
England Copper trado movements
were regarded as unsatisfactory it j
I I A minor cause M lillappolntm nt
I was a failure of predictions which
j vere made positively last work iliac 1
tho corporation tax law would bo
declared unconstitutional by tho SU
promo court today
United Slates bonds were suj
changed on call 1
iis2 t
Yr I
INDIANAPOLIS April 19 Lieuten
ant George CornwalllsWcst of London
Is 111 In a hotel lu this city He hits
made every effort to keep his identity
a secret While on his way romj
Mexico to Now York Lieutenant Corn I
walllsWest was stricken with a mal
ady which tho physician has refused
to make public Lieutenant Corn
walllsWest Is the husband of the for
mer Lady Randolph vuurchlll tho fa
mous American mother of lntoDj
Spencod Churchill
London April ISA big crowd to
day saw Join Driscoll the feather
weight champion of England knock
out Spike HObson also of England
In the 15th round for tho feather
weight championship and a purse of
5000 The bout was scheduled for
twenty rounds Robson was out
I classed The Lord Lon dalo belt goes
I to the winner
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