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II BALLINGER ON WITNESS STAND SAYS
Ii GLAYIS TOLD A DELIBERATE liE
Secretary Never Discussed With Glavis the
Cunningham CIaims = = = Roosevelt Had a
High Opinion of BaIIinger = = = Promi
nent Women at the Hearing
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1 Washington April 20 Taking the
stand In his own defense Secretary
Hnllingcr today assorted under oath
to tho BalllngerPlnchot Investigating
1 t committee that he would take tine
unrao action today that ho did as com
missioner of the general laud office in
ordering the CunninghamAlaskan coal
claims clear listed provided he had
I the flame record before him
Its a wilful dellherate lIe he
cnpped when Mr Vertrcea asked
as to tho truth of Gla is statement
to the committee that he had discus
sed Cunningham claIms with Bal
linger In December 1907 He relat
ed several Instances In which former
President Roosevelt had Indicated con
HJonco in him
Mr Balllnger was still on the sub
ject of Alasknn coal claims when the
midday recess was taken The ex
amination now passes from the Glav
Ib charges to Balllngors differences
with former Forester Plnchot over the
restoration to entry by him of water
power sites and his attitude toward
conservation In general
A social event would hardly have at
tracted a larger proportion of women
than attended the hearing today
Mrs Balllnger was there accom
panied by Mrs Vickcrsham wife of
the attorneygeneral Mrs Plnchot
nother of the former forester and
Mrs Justice Lurton also wore there
Washington April 29 Secretary
Balllngcr took the stand soon after
the BallingerPlnchot Inquiry began
this morning and his attorney Mr
Vertrees at once launched Into tho
direct examination of the cabinet of
ficer
Before Mr Ballinger took the stand
Attorney Brandeis stated to the com
mittee that in view of tho fact Hint
Mr BallinGer was about to testify
he would like to again cal 1be com
mittees attention to his request for
nlltra and memoranda bearing on the
attorney generals summary of the
Glnvls charges Ho said he would I
like to renew his request in modified
form as ho needed the papers In the
cross examination of Mr Ballingcr
Alter considerable discussion the
committee decided to grant the oppo
sition counsel a hearing on the re
quest tomorrow
Mr Ballinger then was sworn and
recounted the story of his career up
to tho time ho became commissioner
general of the land office on Uie earn
at solicitation of President Roose
velt Secretary Garfield and Senator
Piles He reforrod to the antivice
cnisodo he led while mayor of Seattle
They knew I would enforce the lav
and I did he stated emphatically
Mr Balllnger read the telegrams
he had received from Mr Garfield I
and Mr Roosevelt after he had re
plied negatively to a suggestion of
Senator Piles that he accept the post
of commissioner of the land office
Reading from the Roosevelt telegram
he said
It Is your duly to help mo You
and Garfield will lift an innuendo
burden from my shoulders
It was then Mr Ballinger decided
to accept tho post and Vortrecs asked I
the witness whether his relations with
Mr Garfield then wore friendly
Friendly hut never intimate I
Know Mr Garfield In college
Mr Vorlrees asked Mr Balllncer
wuether ho know of the Cunningham
Continued on Page Seven
fAREWELL
lETTERS
One Written by Oroce
Just Before He Was
Executed
New York April 2D Copies of ex
President Zelayns book on the rev
olution In Nicaragua which he has
been engaged in writing since his
precipitate retirement from office oc
cupied tho center of tho stage in tho
little SpanishAmerican colony hero
today The book which Is In Span
ish has Just been published In Ma
drid and is intended as a Justification
of the exprcsldcnt I
To Americans the most interesting
portion of the book is the appendix I
which gives several long extracts
from JSelayas correspondence I
Among the exhibits lu a letter writ
ten by the American Groce to his
mother In the United States Just bo
fore ho was executed It was confla
ialed by the Nicaraguan officials and
the mother never received it It Ifl
HH follows
El Castillo Fortress San Juan
river Nicaragua C A Nov 16 1909
My Darling Mamma This will bo
a terrible blow to jouthe last word
you will over receive from your way
ward son I cant write much as I I
am too nervous and have only a few I
minutes to live I Joined the reolu
lion In JJluefleliln and was captured
and sentenced to be shot to death J
1
Ie executed with a young man
from Virginia Leroy Cannon It will
take place tills morning at 10 oclock
Now mother dear bear up This is
m fate tho results of war and
disobedience to a loving mother Its
hard to bo shot like this but r will
I die like a man Tell all goodbye
Its Impossible for me to write more
Love and kisses as the last farewell
I on earth to yon dear mother all the
boys and dear little sister Goodbye
until we all meet again in heaven
Your loving son signed Leonard
There appears two other Interesting
letters In the book one by Groce to
his Nicaraguan wife the other from
Cannon to Juan Jacoby of Masayo Ze
laya prints those letters without com
ment probably resting his defense on
the charge of unlawfully putting the
two men to death on the admission
that they were In the Insurrection
JOHN CORT
IS CUT Off
Klaw and Erlanger willi
Not Furnish Him
Attractions
Now York April 29 Announcement
came today from tho offices of Klaw
and Erlangcr of tho theatricalsyn
dicate that their firm has cancelled
all attractions booked by the syndi
cate fOr the Northwest territory for
the season of 191011 The announce
ment was In the form of a letter di
rected to John Cort manager of the
Northwestern circuit which was as
follows
Dear SlrIn looking over the
route sheets and arranging tours for
the coming season of 391011 we have
come to the conclusion that we shall
best conserve the interests of the
theaters we represent and of the tray
elling companies by eliminating your
territory from our books
Very truly yours
1 Signed Klaw Erlanger
The John Cort circuit Includes most
of the Important theaters along tho
Pacific coast region north of San
Francisco as well as many loss Im
portant onenight stands Seattle
Portland and Tacoma are among tho
larger places in the list which con
tains about 110 towns altogether
WORLDS MARKETS
HEAVY FLUCTUATIONS
IN THE MARKET
New York ill 29 Anxiety to I
cover shorts on the part of the bears
caused an upward rush of prices in I
tho opening dealings In stocks today
Gains ran from a largo fraction to a I
point for practically all of the promi
nent active Issues United States
preferred was carried up onehalf I
Lackawauua declined 5 Tho rise car I
riod several more of the representa I
tive stocks up a point or more before I
heavy realizing began to undermine r
the market f
Union Pacific Amalgamated Copper
and American Smelting were the most i
freely offered and when the latter two
had been driven hack to a point below j
yesterdays closing tho wholo market II
weakened to the lowest Many of tho f
inactive specialties scored substantial
losses Railway Steel Springs broko
1 31 United States Pipe preforred I
211 and Tennessee Copper and
American Smelting 2 Prices in the
second hour were higher than In tho
first I
Chicago Livestock
Chicago April 29 Cattle Receipts I
estimated at 1500 market steady
hooves 57QoS10 Texas steers 4
75a620 western steers 500aGSO
stockers and feeders 380aC75 cows
and heifers 2SOa750 calves 3675
aS50
Hogfi Receipts entimatcd at 0000
market DC higher lIght 930a60 mix
ed S730a930a9G7 12 heavy 93a
905 rough 5930a945 good to
choice heavy I5a9C5 pigs 890
aOSO bulk of sales S955a9CO
Sheep Receipts estimated at 4000
Market steady native 150aS25
western 5500a825 yearlings 725a
850 lambs native 77Ga973 west
ern 800a9S5
Omaha Livestock
Omaha AIrll 29 Cattle Receipts
700 market Blow and steady Native
steers 575a775 cows and heifers
27DaC75 western steers 360a700
stackers and feeders 370a700 calves
125nS75
HogsReceipts 2900 market Tc
higher Heavy 910a925 mixed 905a
J10 light 900a91G pigs SOOaSOO
bulk of Bales 905o9in
Sheep JleceiptB 7700 market lOc
lower Yearlings 770a800 wethers
I SOaSOO wos 700aSOO Iambs 900a
990
Chicago Close
Chicago April 29CloscWi1cal
May 308 1S July 103 1S Sept
101 12
Corn May 57 3la7S July Gl 31
Sept 63
OatsMa 11 12 JU11 10 11 Sept
SO 18
Pork May 21iO July and Sept
2160
Lard May 1225 July 1212 12
Sept 1207 12
Ribs May 1212 12 July 1L97 12
Sept 1192 32
Barley Cash 15aGI
t
I Chicago Produce
Chicago April 29Butler steady
Creameries 25a29 = dairies 22a26
Eggs Steadji Firsts 19 12 prime
firsts 20 12
I Cheese steady 14 34 daisies 14 34
J a15 young Americas 14al2
Sugar and Coffee
New York April 29Raw sugar
steady Muscovado 380 centrifugal
96 test 430 molasses sugar 355
Refined steady
I Coffee Quiet spot No7 Rio S 34
No 4 Santos 9 J4
Metal Market
New York April 29Lcad dull
Spot 345a440
Copper weak standard spot and
May 12a12 1J
Silver 54c
CASTS DOUBT ON
AMERICAN HISTORY
Cambridge Mass April 29 Presi
dent Lowell of Harvard university has
stirred Up a hornets nest by ques
tioning In tho most casual manner
the historic authenticity Plymouth
Rock and the Washington elm
Speaking last night to a gathering
of Boston school teachers he touch
ed upon the proposals for entertaining
President Taft and other visitors who
will attend the convention of the Na
tional Educational association here in
July He said that the convention
would be a failure if tho entertain
ment committee only showed the
chief executive places like Ply
mouth RockIr there is a Plymouth
rock and the Washington elmIr
Indeed Washington had anything to
do with the Washington elm
OVATION IN
HOLLAND
Roosevelt Greeted as
9
He Might Be in His
Own Country
The Hague April 21The people
of The Netherlands turned out today
and welcomed tho Rooaovelts It was
as if the former president were trav
eling through his own country At
every station on the route cheering
crowds were met and everybody want
ed a speech
Occasionally Mr Roosevelt respond
ed hut in most Instances he acknowl
edged the greeting only by appearing
on the rear platform of his car and
bowing smiling and waving his hand
At Hortogonbosch ho spoke briefly
saying I am visiting the country
from which my people came three cen
turies ago
Tho Roosevelt party arrived at the
frontier early today and was convey
ed by special train sent jby Queen
Wllhelraina to Arnhcim whence it
was driven In automobiles to tho roy
al chateau the queens summer resi I
dence at Hotloo Here it was en
tertained at lunch by the queen and
Prince Henry
At lunch Mr Roosevelt was seated
beside the queen with whom he conducted
I
ducted an animated conversation No
toasts wore exchanged The guests
wero later conveyed In carriages to
Arnhetm escorted by the grand mar
shal of the court and departed on a
train at 330 oclock for Amsterdam
Brussels April 201he Roose
ells left here at 71C oclock this
morning for Holland At the railway
station were American Minister Chins
Page Bryan and the others of the le
gation staff American Consul Gen
eral Watts Burgomaster Max and
personal representatives of King Al
bert and of the foreign ofllco Mr j
Roosevelt expressed hearty thanks for
the cordial reception which he re
ceived
The press of Belgium with the ex
ception of tho ultra Catholic organs
which have reserved comment Is pn
thusfastlc over Mr Roosevelt mani
festing much pride lu what he Eald
about tho government of tho country
Mr Roosevelt was told at the palace
last night that the only picture in the
private apartment of the late King
Leopold except those of the royal
family was one of himself During
his stay in Brussels Mr Roosevelt
had a brief conversation with M
Rcnldn jnlnlster of the colonies con
cernlng olgldn Congo1 i <
r 1
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PREPARINGSFOR THE i
t TRIAL OF SUGAR FRAUDS
New York April 29A special pan
cl ft talesmen will ho drawn to furnish
a jury for tho trial on May 10 of the j
IWMI indicted with Chas II ITelke sec
retary of the American Sugar Refin
ing company for conspiracy to de
I fraud the government out of customs
duties on sugar Importation The
ivon Indicted with Hcikp arc Ernest G
Gcrbccht former superintendent of
Uo Havcmoyer Elders refinery in
Bztoklyn James F Bcnaerget Cor
m r cashier of the dame refinery
Harry Walker assistant dock super
intendent and Jos FJ Halllgan Jr
former assistant
and Jean Voelkcr
wcighera I
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ROUSING RECEPTION TO
BE GIVEN COL ROOSEVELT
Mlnoola Ij 1 April SCoin Roose
velt will get n rousing reception from
the people of Nassau county The
boaid of supervisors haa named a com
mltteo of 50 to make preparations to
receive tho former President on his
return home Tho festivities are to
occur in the fair grounds here some
time In June
1
BOY EARO
BY SENATORS
Youngsters Thirteen
Years Old Makes Plea
for Wireless
Washington April 29Grayheard
ed members of the senate committee
on commerce listened with respectful
attention yesterday to the arguments
of a 13yearold boy In knickerbock
ers whose head barely topped the
table which separated him and his
dignified auditors
The jouthful orator was William
Kd Stokes Jr of New York and his
theme was wireless telegraphy and
telephony He Is president of the Jun
ior Wireless club or America Ltd
and he Is opposed tq certain features
of the Dopew bill which provides for
government regulation of wireless
telegraphy
Master Stokes said the members
his organization were amateur teleg
raphers all of tinder years He told
tho committee that the boys faVored
a nominal licensedfee for wireless op
erators the licence to be revocable
for malpractice
The boy lobbyists voice was youth
ful but his words were those of a
grown man and a scientist and his
hearers smiled btoadly hearing him
roll fluently from his Jougxie the
polysynfibId bames1ltd technical
branches of his craf1 However they
paid respectful attention to his argu
ments and appeared Impressed by
what he said
When ho had finished his argument
against the bill the boy turned proph
et He said that in ten years It
would be possible for persons on land
to communicate with Distant points by
wireless
If a man has an automobile break
down 25 miles from home ton years
from now he said all he will have
to do will be take out his wireless
kit call up his butler and tell him
he will not be home to dinner
I
GIRL SINGS HERSELF
OUT OF A JAIL
Fresno Cal April 29Ethel Boy
akin aged 16 years detained in the
county jail for alleged incorrigIbility
Uerday seng herself to freedom
Her voice raised in plaintiff melody
from her cell so appealed to Assistant
District Attorney McCormick that ho
made a plea before Judge Austin of
the Juvenile court to release her on
I
parole I I
McCormick stated in court that he
believed the girl would win fame as
a prima donna If her voice were
tiained The court complied with the
request of the assistant district attor
ney
SCANDAL ONI
TIlE COAST
San Franciscos New
Administration is
Involved
San Rafael Cal April 29 Henry
P Flannery president of the hoard of
police commissioners of San Francis
co was today Indicted by the Marin
county grand jurj on a charge of
gland larceny Bench warrants havo
been Issued and the ball bond fixed
at 52000
Tho indictment of Flannery fol
lowed an investigation by the MarIn
country grand jury Into the opera
tions of a gaug of alleged pool room
bunco men and wire tappers who were
arrested In a raid on the heatfquar
tens In Sausallto
At tho time of the arrest of Joseph
Abbott Frank Hazel and Frank Mc
Sherry it was charged that Flannory
had interested himself in their cases
t othe extent of securing legal services
services
luvn denied this and rthc story was not
revived unlit Abbott testified before
the grand jury Wednesday hat nc
had como to San Francisco relying I
on a ipromlBe that + police protection
would be extended to him by Flan
nery When tho news of the confes
sion became publicMayor McCarthy
suspended Flannery from hk position
as head of the police commission of
that city The grand Jury mot today
alter a recess of one day and tho in
dictment of Flannery followed r
The grand Jur Is still considering
the evidence regarding Flannory and
it IP reported thnt othor Indictments
against him on different charges may
be brought In
ORDERED
A COffiN I I
iif nJ r
Dr Hyde Anticipated
the Death of Col
Swope
Kansas City Mo April 29Dolay
became imminent in tho Hyde mur
der trial when at noon today Wil
liam Beolic a Juror was called to
the bedside of his dying wife Re
ports from the local hospital in which
she Is confined were that she would
probably live but a few hours
Dr Hyde refused to enter the cause
of Chrlsman Swopes death in the
certificate he signed testified Henry
J Ott an undertaker today Mr Ott
said the physician told him to get Dr
G rw man who also attended Mr
Swope to fill out the blank This
was not done and the certificate is
still Incomplete
Dr Hyde spoke to R B Mitchell
an undertaker a day before Colonel
Swope died about getting a coffin for
him testified Mr Mitchell today The
undertaker said Mrs Hydo told him
her husband had said Col Swope could
not live
The morning session of court was
devoted largely to tho testimony of
undertakers cemetery employes and
persons who guarded the bodies of
Colonel and Chrlaman Swopo and
James MOBS Hunton after their deaths
Kansas City April 9At the out
sot of the Hyde murder trial this
morning it was expected that the con
I test of medical experts In the case
would bo on before the days session
I was over
Dr Ludwig Hektoun the first scion
i tilt called Into the case by Mrs Lo
II gan 0 Swope and who made an au
topsy on Col Thomas H Swopos body
I was summoned from his home in
Chicago Thursday He was told he
probably would be called as a wit
I ness today
Announcement was mado at the
I same time that Dr Walter S Haines
and Dr Victor C Vaughn other scien
j tists In tho employ of the prosecution
I would testify before the cud of the
week
Advising Dr Hydes attorneys in
I
the examination of the scientists are
half a dozen chemists and toxlcol
r oglsts
I Dr B Smith of New York Is chief
I of tho dojonsos medical corps He
I ha becn Tioic Joi w 0cral weeks
making tests and conferring with the
defense
Tho defenses efforts will be di
rected mainly to discredit testi
mony The sulinut questions ask
ed venlremen from which the Jury was
selected was Do you believe ex
t pert medical testimony
I There are several men on the jury
who sad they did not
RI3 Mitchell an undertaker who
cored for the bodies of Col Swope
and James MOBS Hunton was the
first witness called today
While ho was at the Swope house
preparing for burial the body of Mr
Hinton aday before the death of
Col Swope said Mr Mitchell ho met
Mrs Hyde and she spoke about get
ting a casket for the millionaire
She told me Dr Hyde said Colonel
Swope could not live ho testified
Judge Latshaw ordered this alleged
conversation stricken out
Upon taking tho body of Col
Swopo from a vault In Forest Hill
cemetery on January llth testified
the undertaker the casket was In
I good shape and the corpse had not
been disturbed On crossexamination
he said the screws were not set as
tightly as ho had expected them to
be He assumed they had settled
Mr Mitchell said he saw rod spots
on the limbs of Col Swope The
state contends they are signs of cyan
ide poisoning
Although Dr Hyde signed the death
certificate of Chrismnn Swopo with
tho names Twyman and Hyde he
did not enter the cause of death too
tllled Henry J Ott an undertaker
Dr Hyde also marked out a line
reading Hyde treated the case and
made It We treated the case
Mr Ott said he sent the certificate
to Dr Twymana office but the phy
sician was not there
Time cause of death blank has
never been filled in
Ho told me Dr Twyman treated
dirt case and I should take the cer
tificate to him and have him give the
cause nf death said Mr Ott
Thomas Ravcnscamp and Ira W
MoPhetor policemen and W P
Stein aud F L Nichols undertakers
testified the body of Col Swopo was
not disturbed while It lay In the Kan
sas City public library for two days
I JOS SCOWCROfT
SENDS A POSTAL
A postal dated Rome April 17 has
been received from Joseph Scowcroft
The family had visited Herculaneum
Pompeii Vesuvius Capri and smaller
cities In the neighborhood of Naples
after devoting ft week to sightseeing
In the Eternal City
Tho members of the party are alii
njoying the best of health and are
favored with beautiful weather
Thor will reach Paris on May 20
and expect to hq In London by June
10 homewardbound
MANY USES IN
DISTRICT COURT
At the BeJ M lon of the district court I
today the following probate civil and
criminal matters were heard I
In the estate of William Wright
4
deceased the petition for the appro
al allowance and settlement of tho
estate was heard and granted
The petition for the dlsincorporatlon
of the Thomas EtherIngton Sons com
pany was heard and granted
Upon the motion of the attorney
for the plaintiff the case of Lola U
Davidson against Charles A David 1
son for a dismissal of the action was
granted
In tho case of the Slate of Utah vs
John W Haynes alias F H Mcnden
hall the defendant was arraigned and
entered a plea of not guilty to the
charge of obtaining money under false
pretenses The case will be set for
trial at a later date
The motion for a now trial in the I
case of the Ogden Rapid Transit Co
against J S Lewis and others will
be argued at this afternoons session
of court The action involves the
question of a rightofway over the
Lewis property in Ogden canyon
GRAfT JURY
SENT BACK
Disregarded Instructions
of a Judge in Its
Verdict
Harrisburg Pa April 29The Jury
In tho case of Joseph M Huston tho
Philadelphia architect charged with
I conspiracy to defraud the state in con
nection with a furniture contract for I
tho state capitol today returned a I
i verdict of guilty of defrauding the
state
The court told the jury to find a
I verdict on the charge of conspiracy
which is tho indictment and tho body
was sent back
I
WRECKED A
BRAND NEW
AUTOIJ
IJ
ninetynine was the
nunltJOf ot the fastest locomotive in
America for many years that was op
upoirtlieNewYorlcContralrAn
j crated Jonthc
automobile of this number was used
I
I in a speed exhibition In Ogden throe
I years ago While the number might
I mean something about speed it now
I means a hoodoo as well nssJYd rs
far as VTfyrsisy and i fOiiSs
of Ogden are concerned
These two gentlemen went to St
Lake City yesterday afternoon and left
that city last ec2 ig with a brand
new automobile TjU Everything
went lovely on the homeward trip un
til Kaysvillc was reached where
llivir aim no arc still detained
in extricating their car from a barbed
wire fence and tnvJng to lift it out of
I an irrigation ditch
Tnc deserted automobile was found
at tho side of the road last night by
the autolats who came to Ogden to see
the boxing contest They Immcdlnlf
ly telephoned to the police of Salt
Lake and an investigation was started
in that city to trace the owners It
I was later learned that RIche and
Thomas were the drivers of the auto
l and that in a very disgusted frame of
I mind and without injury to them
I selves they had retired for the night
In a Kaysvlllo hotel When ques
tioned by the police over the tele
I phone both gentlemen said they were
not Injured but remained at the ho
tel so they could work on the car this
I irornlng I
COMPLETINGl
A BIG DAM l 1
Water for 240000 I
Acres Will Be Stored t
in Arizona I j
1
Washington April 29Tho Rooso 1
Felt dam tho great engineering work
In connection with tho Salt River Ir lj
rigation project In Arizona Is near
ly finished and at 4 oclock the Unit j
ed States closed down Ite cement
plant at Roosevelt Tho government
entered into the manufacture of co i
iiijnt for the Roosovelt dam nearly j
five years ago becnuf of Its Inability
to obtain cement at reasonable prices f J
owing to tho Inaccessibility of tho j
dam site aud its remoteness from I f
transportation The engineers of the
reclamation service state that tho 1
mill hag saved tho government more I
than 650000 Tho plant has turned
out 330000 barrels of high grade ce
ment most of which has been furnish Jf
ed to tho contractor who is building
the dam l r
The project when completed will
cost 5610000 It will Irrigate 240000
acres of laud and It is estimated by I
expert agriculturalists that the crops I
of a single season will return enough I
to repay tho entire Investment of the
I
government II
t
TEN PERSONS i
ARE BllRNED 1t
In Destruction of the
Rossmore Hotel in l
Ontario
j j
1
Cornwall Ont April 29Ton per
sons wore burned to death and several
injured in a fire here early today Tho
RoEsmorc hotel and a number of i
stores woro destroyed and the Colqti i
houn block considerably damaged
BURNS TOFffiuTT1
LAN6FORD SEPT 5
J
San Francisco April 29An Asso
ciated Press dispatch from Philadel
phia stating that Sam Longford and
Tommy Burns would meet in a 45
round batttle before the Metropolitan
Athletic club in tills city on the after
noon of September 5 next was con
firmed today by Louis Blot the clubs
promoter According to Blot trans
portation will be forwarded immedi
ately to Australia and it is expected I i
that Burns will reach this country In
time to witness time JeffriesJohnson L
contest m
LOST IN WRECK f
I t
IN TOE NORTH r
T
j
Seattle April 9A special cable bn iJ
the Postlntelligoncer from Seward JI
Aiaska gives details of ho loss nf 1
the ccdflshiiig schooner Stanley t
1
March 2S when the vessel wont on the
is
rocks on Saunk Island News of tho
wreck was brought to Seward by the
iiai1 steamer Dora yesterday i
GET YOUR ESSES READY I
The census will be completed in Ogden tomorrow In Weber 1
county n few days later The Government may send out a bulletin
any lime after next week giving the result Cut out the coupon j
and guess You may win 25 for a moments work Twentytwo j
cash prices offered for the nearest correct guesses It costs you
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