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THE EVENING PAPER
WEATHER FORECAST
1 IS THE PAPER OF TO J
t THE INDICATIONS ARE THAT THE
DAY THE MORNING WEATHER WILL BE PARTLY
1 CLOUDY TONIGHT TOMORROW
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I Fortieth Year No 101 = Price Five Cents OGDEN CITY UTAH TUESDAY EVENING APRIL 26 1910 Entered no Second Clnoa Matter at the Poatofflcc Ogden Utah
l NURSES AS
the the aen WITNESSES
the1
the Judge Latshaw in Swope
heirs Case Had Had
an
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tr e EyeOpener
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j Kansas City April 2GI Judge
irs Ralph Intsbaw had known last wook
as much about the disappearance of
the grand Jury noun wiilrh foil Into
the hands of Dr Hydes counsel last
AVednesday as ho doss now three
persons would have ueen ordered ar
rested by him Furthermore lie he
lleved If he hnd been notified of tho
3 loss of the papers ns soon as thoy
were missed they never would have
pollen Into the hands of the defend
ants attorneys
r Those two statements wore mado
c today But now thai events have
transpired as thcv have and he was
loft so long In the dark about the
matter the court Is going to put It
up to Prosecutor Virgil Conkllng to
lake some action
i I have told all I know about the
rase to the prosecutor He can do
whatever he lilies said the judge
u In the meantime Prosecutor Conk
I ling I8 still Investigating He has
asked the local bar association to help
solve tho mystery and offered to re
sign If It can be ahown that he Is In I
J any way to blame for the loss of the I
rI papers
Miss Rod Churchill and Miss Eliza
beth Gordon were tho only two wit
nesses before the court during the
morning session Both went to the
i Swopo house oil December 4th and re
mained during tho typhoid epidemic
J Their evidence was similar to that
of other nurses who nave testified
I
tits Kansas City April GThe state I
or resumed its examination of Miss I
In Elizabeth Gordon a nurse who work
ifs ed In the Swopo home at tho opening
ci of the Hyde trial today
i Miss Gordon was on the stand
i i about an hour at the close of court
t josterday Jlor statement that sho
h I saw Dr Hyde uso dirty water In giv
e ing Chrisman Swope a hypodermic In
° i jection came as a surprise to both
o the stale and the defense as the
an nurse had never spoken of tho alleged
ar occurrence before
prim Court was convened promptly at 9
my oclock this morning In keeping with
e the longer session system announced
tin by Judge Latshaw yesterday Here
fl after at least seven and onehalf
hours of court will be held each day
Ia The oourt was crowded today
Special Prosecutor Reed first took
the witness through a long series of
r uninteresting questions regarding her
t n charts and then took up the Illness of
ty Margaret Swope Until a few minutes
es before Miss Swopo was seized with a
convulsion on December 18 she said
the girl was bright and cheerful Tho
ct state attempted to get Into evidence
a tbe orders that wore given by Dr
at Twyman regarding the administra
tion of medicine at the house during
le the typhoid epidemic Strenuous ob
h Jitlon by the defense caused tho
S court to send the jury to Its room
ar while the point was argued
n The court held that tho testimony
lulght be introduced and Miss Gordon
bald Dr Twyman ordered that no
m more strychnine be given the pati
ents All of the medicine In the
I house was destroyed on December IS
of and new remedies purchased testified
i the witness
d Did Dr Hyde leave the house on
December IS risked Mr Read
I He did Miss Gordon replied
How did the PatIent progress aft
er Ids departure
l lIe got well
r Mr Brewster began a cross exam
ination of the witness He drew from
her the admission that Margaret
r wope and Miss Nora Dello Dlckson
WMie 111 In the same room
Miss Gordon had Insisted that each
niiifio should have had hut one pati
ent to look after and he on duty 21
o bourn a day Mr Drewslor calle 1
t attention that If this had boori done
bore would have been four people
Bleeping at the flame time In one
room
I Asked why she did not speak to Dr
Hyde when she saw him lining dirty
voter in making a hypodermic Miss
II
Gordon Raid
There Is an Ironbound rule that
Wf shall never criticize the attending
I plwsiclan I merely looked at Dr
Hyde
SENTENCED TO
f DIE FOR CRIME
Now York April 26 Thomas
Barnes alias Bangor Billy who
killod his fellow yegg Wm Leon
ard for squealing has been sen
tenced to dlo In Sing Sing prison In
Cite week beginning June C Barnes
was one of the six men who robbed
the postofflco at Raleigh N C a year
aco The other five were all arrested
and convicted but Iconard ono of
hem was pardoned by the President
I at the request of postofflce Inspect
ors who found they could uso him to
I get Information
Barnes suspected Leonard and trac I
ed him to Brooklyn where he shot him
at his door before his wife
I
HAS MONEY BUT
LIVES SQUALOR
New York April 2C According to
an affidavit filed with the county clerk
here Miss Henrietta Chapcll an el
I derly spinster with JICUOOO has a
mania for collecting old tomato cans
old bottles stale bread decayed vog
enables and other refuse and persists
f In lining in squalor Impossible to de
scribe although her mother who IB I
92 and her brother who is 72 need
comfort not afforded by their Harlom
shanty
The affidavit filed by a niece who
In applying for a commission of the
person and properly Of Miss Chapel
alleges that she IB feebleminded and
has been Induced to give away largo
sums of money
PECULIAR ACCIDENT
CAUSES DEATH
Parkorsbursr w Va April 2G
John P Gallagher while walking on
the Baltimore it Ohio railroad tracks
at Stownrt Station near here step
ped from the track to avoid a tram
and planted his foot on a loose stone
vhich rolled and throw him directly
in front of he locomotive His parr
cats live in Portorsflold Ohio
UPRISING
IN CUBA
Nipped in the Bud
by Arrest of i I
Negroes
Havana April Indictments wero
oturncd today against General Earls
to the negro loader and twentytwo
othor negro prisoners charging them 1
with the crlmo of Incltlnir rcbulllon
and instigating antlwhlto violence
The evidence Indicated that exten
sive preparations had boon made for
a general uprising against the gov
ernment on May 24
WORLDS MARKETS
MIXTURE OF FALL
AND RISE IN STOCKS
New York April 2GThe opening
stock market today reflected some dis
order In the mixture of buoyant rises
at some points with small fractional
advances and declines in others Tho
rush of shorts to cover stocks which i
were most freely sold yesterday caus
ed them to advance slightly Union
Pacific Reading and Consolidated
rose 1 12 Wnbash pfd Amalgamat s
ed Copper United States Steel and
Brooklyn 1 3S and Atchison North
ern Pacific and American Smoltlng 1 I
The advance caused a check when I
traders who considered the rise too j
rapid sold stocks but the reactions
were not wide and the market after
ward reached a higher level all I
aruund The metal stocks Union
Pacific and Reading woro t
In the advance United States Steel
American Smelting and Reading ex
tended their gains to two points Tho
trading became quiet at the higher
prices
Chicago Livestock
Chicago April 20 Cattle Receipts
estimated at 3000 market slow and
steady Beeves 575aS50 Texas
steers 475aC20 western steers 600a
CSO stockers and feeders 380a67G
cows and heifers 280a740 calves
C75aS90 I
Hogs receipts estimated at 8000
market Kc higher Light 030a965
mixed 930a967 12 heavy 930a970 I
rough 930a945 good to choice heavy I
015a970 pigs flOOaDGS bulk ol
sales 950a965
Shec p Receipts estimated at 8000
market steady Native 450a825
western G00a825 yearlings 726a
855 lambs native 760a970 western
S00a970
Omaha Livestock
Omaha April 2G Cattle Receipts
4500 market slow to steady Native
steers i500a800 cows and heifers
375a675 western steers 350a
700 cows and heifers 28Ga58K
canners 75a450 stockers and feed
ers 75a700 calves 425a825
hulls stags etc 100a4 25
Hogn Receipts 1GOO market 5c
higher Heavy 20a932 12 mixed
9t3a32n light DOOa92o pigs 800
a900 bulk 015a925
Sheej Receipts 2COO market
steady Yearlings 75aS50 wethers I
J760aS25 ewes 700aSOO lambs
900olOOO
Chicago Produce
Chicago April 2GButter steady
creameries 25a20 dairies 22a26
KggH Easy receipts 30903 cases
at mark cases Included 17 12a19 12
firsts 39 12 prime firsts 20 lJ
Cheese Steady daisies 11 34al
twins 13 4al4 young Americas 14a
11 long horns 14 llal2
Sugar and Coffee
New York April 2rRaw sugar
firm Muscovado 89 test 380 centri
fugal 96 test 390 molasses sugar
89 test J355 Refined quiet
Coffee Spot quiet No 7 Rio S 12
No 4 Santos 9 14
Metal Market
New York April 2G Ixiad dull i
spot 43i > aJ40 copper weak stand I
ard spot and May t1225nl250 Sil
ver 63 31
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SINGULAR
CONflUENCE
Shown by French in
Americas Former
President
Paris April 26 < This afternoon at
the American embassy Mrs Roose
velt received a deputation from tho
French parliamentary group for In
ternational arbitration headed by for
mer Premier Leon Bourgeois and Bar
on DKfltournolles do Constant
Tho baron who shared last years
Xobel peace prize with M Bernaert
of Belgium expressed to the former
President regret that parliament was
not in session as the group bud plan
t + eri a great demonstration In his hott
er Nevertheless ho said the group
desired to again show lu gratitude
ninny times expressed for Mr Roose
velts decisive Interventions In favor
of conciliation justice and Interna
tional peace He continued
To our gratitude for the past is
added our confidence In the benovc
lent Influence that you will continuo
to exercise In the future
This confIdonce is all the greater
because your conception of peace con
forms with our own Peace for you
as for us Is not peace at any price
out justice
Our propaganda Is a continual fight
for tho right despite skeptics who are
your enemies and ours We will not
stop tho good fight so glorious for
democracy against tho abuse of force
which Is the negation of all morality
human dignity liberty and civilisa
tionMr I
Mr Roosevelt spent tho morning at
the mlllltary aerostatic park at Men I
tion Just outsldo the city where the I
army and navy are making extensive
experiments with dirigible balloons I
and aeroplanes As the work bus pro
gressed the entrance to the park Is
rigorously forbidden to Ahe public
I Todays visit Is regarded as a singular
mark of confidence which the French
I government reposes in the friendship I
of the former president
Late this afternoon Mr Roosevelt
I Trill go to Issy Les Moullncaux where
as the guest of the Academy of
i Sports he will witness some aeroplane
flights Tonight a dinner In his lion
I or followed by a reception will be gIv
en at the American embassy by Am
i buesodor and Mrs Bacon
I Mr Roosevelt passed the morning
in visiting the Luxembourg gallery
I with Ambassadors Jugsornnd and Bac
on After Inspecting the palntlngn
and sculpture Mr Roosevelt and M
JuBserand walked for some time In
the garden pf Luxembourg
Later they were Joined by Mr Bacon
and the three motored to the Bois
I den Bologne where they had lunch
eon tho othors of the party being
Premier Brland Mr Barthou minis
ter of justice and General Brugere
Mr Roosevelt also received a dele
gation from the FrancoAmerican
committee which Is devoted to the
development of tho mutual Interests
of the two countries
The members of the delegation were
presented to the former president by
M Leroy Boulcu and Gabriel Hono
taux the president of the committee
This afternoon President Falllorlos
presented Mr Roosevelt with a mag
nificent tapestry the design of which
Is a copy of Jeromes famous paint
ing Love Mounted on a HIppogrlff
The tapestry was made at tho cele
brated government factory at Brovolo
and Involved several years work It
is considered ono of the handsomest
pieces turned out by the factory in a
generation
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FAMILIES GOING
TO TBE COUNTRY
Chicago April 26 Families of Chi
cago in greater numbers than ever
before are storing their furniture and
going to Hvoin warding houses or In
the country according to managers
of storage and van companies They
assign this condition of affairs to the
Increased cost of living
M A Carroll president of a large
storage and van company said yes
terday
Tho striking aspect of our busi
ness at present Is the amount of
household goods In storage This has
been our biggest year in that respect
I know the reason for this It Is
the increased cost of living Roots
have been rising of late In Hydo
Park where most of our business
Is carried on flats rent at a rale of
about 10 a room A clerk cannot af
ford that but he will not go to a
cheaper neighborhood Instead he
will go to a hotel or boarding house
where he can live more cheaply
among his own class of people
POSTAL SAVINGS
BILL SLUMBERS I
Washington April 26The situa
tion of the postal savings bank bill
in the house appears to be ono call
Irg for radical measures of relief In
quiries among those responsible for I
Its status In that body develop the
fart that action of any sort upon tho
bill is unlikely until after all other
administration measures Including
railroad anti Injtwctlot and conser
vation have been put through the
house It Is proposed now to call a
Republican caucus at an early date
to consider the antiinjunction bill
which is also in a bad situation
Tore will be nothing done with
postal RavIngs until after that caucus I
Is held said n prominent majority
member of the house committee on
poptofflcea and pontroads If the Republican
I
publican members go Into that can
cut and get together successfully vo
will then han a caucus on tho post
nl savings hill Then when wo have
agreed upon something wo will como
Into the house with It
Tho same member declared that
neither the senate bill nor any bill
similar to It could ever pans tho
houso The bill will remain In the
committee on postofflces and post
roads until some agreement Is arrived
at Just now but two members of
that committee are In favor of the
f senate bill Representative Murdoch
Insurgent Republican from Kansas is
ono of these
I I
Unless the house passes the postal
Ravines bank bill practically Identi
I cally ns It passed the senate said
he today the bill will bn thrown In
to conference between the two hnus
CB where in the handy of confercen
unfriendly to the measure it will have
a mighty hard time
80 BARKED I I
liKE DOG l
I
But He Has Been CureJ
by a Coast
Doctor
I
San Francisco April 2GHalph
Madison 13 years old son of a weal I
thy Palo Alto rancher has been cured
of chorea a rare disease which caus
ed him to labor under the delusion
that he was a dog
Barking and snarling the boy who
had been a sufferer from the strange
malady for two years was admitted
to a local hospital last month Prom
inent physicians Interested them
selves In the case and hypnotic treat
ment was determined upon But after
wards Dr Walter B Coffey who had
charge of the case decided to try an
entirely new method An electric belt
was placed about the jatlonts waist
and whenever the boy had a convul
sion and barked anurse pressed a
button and gave hlnVa sharp shock
By autosuggestion and through fear
of the shocks the physicians say the
boy began to Improve the convulsions
became leas frequent and now they
have ceased entirely and a permanent
cure it is believedhus been affected
PARENTS SCARED II
BOY FR lfillTE NtD
I
Washington P ann iVpril 2G
While thirty men dragged the river I
and posses searched the neighboring
country Lcmoync Moore six years
old bid In the brush JOO feet from
his home today and wan secreted for
five hours He was trying to escape
the census enumerators
Tho child had been told how tho
census enumerators took bad boys
and as one of the government officials
appeared the front door of the I
Moore homo this morning Lomoync I
fled from the back door After the I
census man had left the parents miss
ed the boy and neighbors took up
the search
Hours afterward the boy stole from
his hidingplace and pleadingly asked
his mother if the bad census man
was gone
BERMUDA IS NOW
COMET CRAZY
New York April 26 Passengers on
the Royal Mall steamer packet Oro
tava Just In from Bermuda kept a
lookout on their way northward for
Hallcys comet On Sunday morning
about oclock their vigils were re
warded Although there was a light
mist they caught the lure of the
comet and distinguished the visitor
for a few moments At that time they I
wore about 500 miles south of New
York
The passengers report that Ber
muda Is comet crazy Every morn
ing hundreds of persons go out to
the Olps Hill lighthouse and spend
several hours scanning tho eastern
horizon with telescopes and marine
glasses Nobodyhad seem the comet
up to the time the Orotuva sailed
UTAH FROST DAMAGE
MR ROYLANCEE ESTIMATE
ProTo April 25Thc William M
Roylnnce Co who handle the great I
bulk of Utah county fruit have Is
sued the following statement regard
Ing tho recent frosts and the outlook
on the fruit crop for this season
Beg to advise that we had a very
heavy frost on the nights of April 14
and 15 In some localities registering I
as low ac 22 degrees and where or
chardlsts were note prepared with
smudge pots they loct from onehalf
In some localities to their entire I
crop in other localities But the
orchardists who were equipped with
orchard heaters have practically a
full crop Our Mr Roylance and one
of our field men have made a very
careful canvass of the orchards In this
locality and our summary Is about as
follows
Peaches onefourth to onehalf
crop i I
crop Cherries one fourth to onehalt I
Prunes and plums onethird crop
Pears onehalf twothirds crop
Apples averaging about GO per
cent crop
This crop wjllmcan that there will
bo more carloads of fruit shipped from I
this stale Ulan ever before because
of tho Increased acreage coming into
bearing quality wH be superior and
Picking and grading better becauso
the growers will give the very host of
attention to what they have left so
is to get the most out of It
Of course our frost period has not I
entirely passed but we hope for the
best These are conditions as they
exist up to this Um Will keep you I
posted as the season advances
SWiNDLED 0 j
JEWELERS
Clever Scheme by Which
Goods Have Been
Obtained I
Providence It I April 2G De
velopments up to date Indicate that
through a great swindle manufacturing
jewelers In Rhode Island and other
states have boon robbed of goods
valued at half a million dollars Ten
arrests have alroadj been made in
Alabama and Texas and ono of the al
leged conspirators was ready to cross
into Mexico when he was taken Into
custody
Details of the swindle wero made
public today by Representative Barn
Culler of this city who was a member
of the committee of the New York
Jewelry board of trade to capture the
conspirators
The scheme was to buy jewelry
throughout the country and ship it to
Montgomery After that the reports
say dummy packages were sent from
Montgomery firm to other stores
controlled by 1t These were then
credited as the real shipments of
valuable goods and so listed The
stores wore then set on fire It is al
leged and the dummy packages were I
listed as lost assets by the firm In
bankruptcy proceedings
DEMOCRATS
REJ3iC NG
i
RemovalofHughesGives I
New York to Them
So They Say
Chicago April 2Glt means a j
Democratic governor of New York at
the next election was the comment I
today of Roger C Sullivan Demo I
cratic national committeeman of Illi
nois on appointment of Governor I
I Hughes lothe supreme beuob Mr
I Sullivan added
The appointment also removes
likely candidate for the Republican
nomination for President for two
years hence In New York Hughes
was the only man who has even a
slight chance to lead the Republicans
of that state to victory
I LINCOLNS SIMPLE
STYLE OF ORATORY
Iowa City Iowa April 25That Ab
raham Lincolns simple and straight I
forward style of public speaklug has
had a wonderfully beneficial effect on I
American orators was the Idea ex
pressed by James Bryce British am
bassador to the United States In
his address on The Art of Public
Speaking at thc fortyfourth con
vocation of the University of Iowa
here last night
Speakers should avoid superfluous
ornament said Mr Bryce Much I
of the improvement In recent years j
Is duo to Abraham Lincoln He
showed the value of a severe style
BURROWS WILL REMAIN
IN SENATORIAL FIGHT
WaHhinRton April 26 As the re
result of a conference here between I
Michigan Republican political leaders
It is announced that Senator Bor
rows will remain In the senatorial
race At the September primaries
Burrows and Representative Town
send will bntli he candidates
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TAGGART IS FOR A
STATEWIDE PRIMARY
t ndlau ap ells Aril 2GThc over I
whelming victors won by Thomas Tog
gart and hlfl friends last night In the
for the selection
Wineries In lhls county
lection of delegates to the Democratic
t >
u i
state convention which opens tonight
added strength today to the movement
proposed by Taggart ora statewide
primary to choose a candidate for the
United States senate rho 183 dele
gates from Marion county will vole
an n unit in the convention for a
statewide primary
Somo of the candidates for United
States senator oppose tho primary el
ection plan on tho ground that It
would cost about 150000 and hits
to be divided among candidates would
fall heavily upon a fow men
Many of tho candidates for places
on the state ticket expressed them
selves against the plans of Governor
Marshall to have the convention en
dorse a candidate for tho senate fear
ing that it would causo such a fight
In the convention that the SUCCORS
of the ticket would be endangered at
the November election
SNOBS IN
N YORK
Refuse to Answer the
Questions of the
Census Man
New York April 2C Announce
ment was made today on authority of
no less a personage than the Now
York census supervisor that several
members of New Yorks wealthy cit
izenry will shortly find themselves
languishing In the Tombs unless they
mend their ways and refrain from
treating with contempt and discourte
sy the enumerators sent to their
homes by the United States govern
ment
mentThe snobs think themselves above
the lnv said Supervisor Falck with
a bang of Ills fist and believe they
can disregard It with impunity They
have so often taken advantage of
technicalities and overridden tho
rights of others that they are indig
nant when told that they must answer
our questions But If there is any
further nonsense I shall apply for
warrants without delay
A short visit to the Tombs will
convince them that we mean business
and will probably make better citi
zens of them
The working classes the tenement
I population and even the foreign born
have grasped the situation and given
lour men little difficulty Our exper
ience proves that they are the most
lawabiding and Intelligent citizens
we have But the private residential
scctlonAJiaVG caused us a great deal
formation has been curtly denied by
of annoyance and In many cases I li
ft butler or a servitor and the doors
slammed In the enumerators faces
FAILED TO ANSWER
THE CENSUS ENUMERATORS
Springfield Ills April 6Two
men and ono woman were held yester
day to answer In the United States
district court for refusal to answer
questions of the census enumerators
Warrants were called for after Census
Supervisor Butler had secured in
structions from Washington
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UEINZE IS
ON TRIAL
I
I Attorney Creating Sen
timent by Use of the
I Octupus
I Now York April 26 The banking
relations of Charles W Morse and F
Augustus Heinje figured In the pro
I ceedings at the outset of Helnzca
trial begun today in limo United States
I circuit court on charges of misappli
I cation of funds of tho Mercantile Na
tloual bank and overcertification ot
chocks drawn upon It Holnze was
president of the bank in 1907 when i
the transactions complained of took I
place
Seven counts In tho Indictments
against Helnzc were quashed yester
day by Judge Hough but thirtyeight
v ero left on which to try him and tho
governomnt attorneys expressed their
readiness to proceed
In tho choice of Jurymen John B
Slanchfleld counsel for Hctnze hart
many Interesting and suggestive
questions to ask Ono of these was
If the Uilesmen would bo prejudiced
against Helnzc because Charles W
Morse was chairman of tho executive
committee nf the Mercantile Nation
al bank during the period covered toy
the indictments against Heinze
I Even moro interesting ground was
touched upon when Mr Stanchfleld
asked
Have you any connection with the
Standard Oil Company or have you
rend of the long aeries of suits Heiuze
hr1 with the Standard Oil
United States District Attorney 11
WiBc objected to the question and
Judge Hough would not allow it to
bo answered
Mr Stanchfiold also wanted to
know of the Jurors If they had known
H H Rogers or H H Rogers Jr
and if they owned copper stocks On J
a court ruling he was unsuccessful in r
trying to got tho jurors to say if they
had read any articles about the fight
between Holnze and the Standard Oil
In Montana Anson F Robinson fi
nancial secretary to F S Flower of
Flower 8 company bankers was ono
of the Jurors tentatively put In the
box Mr Stanchfiold asked him
Isnt your employer known In tho
street as the Standard Oil com
pany
panyWhen Mr Robinson said ho + pre =
ferred not to answur Mr Stanchfleld
challenged him for cause and he was
excused
I want 1tto appear orr the rec
ords said Mr Stanchfleld that Mr
Ifefnze nan been fighting the Standard
Oil for fifteen or twenty years The
Interest of this defendant and tho
Standard Oil are diametrically op
posed ns are his Interests and thoso
associated with Amalgamated Cop
per
perMl
JIM JEFFRIES IS
SUPERSTITIOUS
I
lien Lomond Cal April 28 Wheth
er or not Jack Johnsons former use
of the roped arena has anything to do
with the matter it Is a fact that Jim
Jeffries fought shy of the little ring
recently installed at his training gym
nasium and It has been removed
The reason officially promulgated for
Its passing is that it was not big
enough for Jeffries purposes but the
fact remains that from the moment
the big fighter learned that Johnson
trained In It for his fight with Flynn
at Emeryville ho gave It a yldo
berth and expressed his preference
for pulling off the camp boats In
tho handball court
With tho uprooting of the old ring
one half of the gymnasium has been
roped off and the floor rosined for a
materially larger substitute wren
Tho ring which Is bounded on three
rides by walls IB about forty feet
square and no criticism adverse lu
Us ample proportions can he brought
against if The floor will not he mat
Inssed it Is said and It is the be
lief of many that training on a hail
floor will militate against Jeffries I
speed when he meets his negro adver I
sary The big pugilist himself is not
worried over that possibility now
evor Morning bouts though it is I
stated will bo held as usual In the 1
handball courL
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