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Sensational Story of Wholesale Purchase of
r the legislators of Illinois Appears in
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Chicago Tribune Accompanied by a
Confession of One of the Bribed
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Chicago April 30 = According to a
V > righted story printed this morn
Ing In the Chicago Tribune the news
paper has In Us possession a sworn
statement by Charles A White a
member of the lower house of tho Il
linois legislature from the Forty
nljth district charging that William
L Lorimer was elected to the United
Stolen senate last May h y bribery and
corruption
f White who is a Democrat in his
statement says that he received 1000
for voting for LorImer This money
he alleges was paid him by > e
ONell Drowno Democratic leader for
th last legislature
WliHo also says that ho received
910 more from the jaclc pot a term
applied to an alleged general corrup
tion fund distributed at the close of
each session of the legislature The
SHOO White alleges was paid to him
In St Louis by Robert E Wilson also
a iwmber 01 the legislature
According to White he was first ap
proached by Browne on May 21 1000
while the voting was going on for a
United Stains seuutor deadlock
had existed for some time Browne
asked White If he would vote for
Jorlmer and White said he could and
would On May 25th they met again
and Browne said he would nay 1000
and a share of the Jack pot for
Whites vote for Lorimcr according
to tho statemenL
On the next day Lorlmei wan elect
ed on joTnt ballots many Democrats
voting for him and White was of this
number Whlto says Browne paid him
100 the next week at Springfield
Later in Chicago White alleges
Browne paid him 50 and then Sf 0
At the time he received the last sum
White says that Browne had 30000
in a bolt
Ou July 1C White says lie met Wll
eon In the Southern hotel In St Louis
In response to a telegram and re
ceived 900 as his share of the Jack
pot White says he met other representatives
resentatives In Wilsons room just be
fore he received the money
According to White there was gen
eral dissatisfaction among tho mem
bers of tho legislature ho met in St
Louis because they did not got enough
of the Jack pot but that was ex
plained by the fact that 35000 was
losi to the Jack pot because of the
failure of certain legislation to go
through
Efforts made early today to reach
Senator Lorimer and Representative
Wilson were unsuccessful
At Senator Lorlmers country homo
at McIIenry Illinois a woman an
swering the long distance telephone
declared the senator had sono out and
would not be back until afternoon
Representative Wilson was said to
lave left his homo bore as early as
730 oclock this morning to go some
vl TO on the north side
LOP ONell Urowno Democratic
leader of tho House of Reprosentu
tiue at Springfield shouted over the
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telephone from his home at Ottawa
Remarkable These charges are
remarkable You should look this
innn White up I dont know him
very well but I know his methods
I dont hike to discuss them Mr
White should remember in making
tucfp charges that I hold and douht
Jrps other members of tho assembly
hold his notes for small amounts
touches Those and some other notes
will help to show what caliber of man
it is makes thoso charges
1 will state flatly that I never re
ceived or spent a nickel In behalf of
Senator Lorlmcr one way or tho
OllllT
At Springfield Governor Denoon
I ueclarod that a searching Invcstlga
t To Whom it May
Concern
i This is to certify that
Nelson Me0arty is hereby ap
pointed scavenger and garb
age collector of all that dis
l trict lying South of 24th
Streot Ogden Utah
He is hereby empowered to
enforce the cleaning up of
all yards within the city lim
its of Ogden and the people
are required to see that their
premises are kept free from
all rubbish filth slops de
deY
caying1 matter or any dry
rubbish of any kind
WM GLASMANN
Mayor
Chairman Board of Health
lhI
tlon of tile charges is due the people
of Illinois I
States Attorney Wayman sent for
Representative Whito In connection
wllh the latters confession
It Is believed that Whito will be
asked to tell his story to the special
grand jury ordered to report next
Monday In stating his reasons yes
tciday for desiring the special Inquisi
torial body Mr Wayman particular
ized the charges of John C Fetzor
that money had been used In further
Ing legislation desired by the Chi
cago Western Indiana Railroad com
pany but added tho words And for
such other purposes
Mr Wayman was familiar with the
White allegations when ho asked for
tho grand jury and tho other pur
poses presumably Include tho hearing
of Whites story I
GOT AWAY
W IITFII MONEY
Gfever Sneak Thief Help
ed Himself to Pile
of 5 Bills
Syracuse N Y April OThc
police arc busy today searching for a
clover sneak thief who robbed the
First National bank of this city of
1200 yesterday While the president
of tho bunk Charles TV Snow was In
another department a man without
hat or coat appearing to be a clerk
from some neighboring office entered
the presidents room and grabbed a
pile of 5 bills 1200 in ail
Mooting the president at his door
the thief asked what rato of Interest
the bank paid on deposits and upon
receiving an answer left the bank
The police believe the thief had a
confederate
WOIflDS MARKETS
BANK STATEMENT I
Now YorkAprll 3aThe bank state
ment shows
Loans 1217637500 increase 317
SOO
Deposits 119L75CCOO decrease
9903700
Circulation 45180200 decrease
111700
Legal tender 68111300 Increase
1959400
Spade 5236319000 decrease 12
079800
Reserve S3034 00300 decrease
10720400
Reserve required 29SCS9150 de
crease 2175925
Surplus 0771160 decrease S
241475
ExUnited States eDposlts 7174
450 decrease 8232050
Omaha Life Stock
Omaha April 30 Cattle Receipts
100 Market steady native steers
575a775 cows and heifers 350a
G75 western steers 350a7 cows
and heifers 275a575 canners 250
a4 L5 stockers and feeders 350a
Gif calves 425aS25 bulls stags
etc 375aC25
Hogs Receipts 2900 the market
Is strong heavy S9l5a925 mixed
910a915 light 9a91o pigs 8a9
tulk S50a920
Sheep Receipts 100 The market
is steady yearlings 77uaSi voth
ors 75taS25 ewes 7aS lambs
9a973
Metal Market
Xew York April 30Tho metal
nmrkot showed the usual Saturday
condition with prices practically
nominal
Tin was quoted at 3275a328G
Copper was unsettled with Lake
quoted at 12 0al275 electrolytic at
1237 > 2al25Q and casting at 122ui
1237 12
Lead was unchanged at 435al40
and spcltor weak at 620a540
Iron was unchanged
Sugar and Coffcs
New York April 30SugarRaw
steady mucovado SO test 37lj con
trlfueal 9C teat 435 molasses sugar
8i test 31t Refined quiet
Coffeo Spot quiet No7 Rio S 3S
No 4 Santos 911
Chicano Llvectock
1 Chicago April 30 Cattle Receipts
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estimated at 300 market stead I
Beeves i70S40 Texas steers
170G25 western steers 500 I
G80 slackers and feeders 3 SO I
C70 cows and heifers 280Q > 760
calves 675SrO
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HogsReceipts estimated at 5000
market steady Light 9220965 I
mixed 9259G2 heavy 9260
9CO rough 925940 good to
choice heavy 9IO9CO pigs 890
55900 bulk of sales 945955
Sheep Receipts estimated at 500 t
market steady Native IGOiS25
western 5 008 25 yearlings SS25
rtjiSCO lambs native 77G975
western 8005 > 9S5
Chicago Produce
Chicago April 30BulterEnsr
creameries 25a2S l2c dairies 22a
25 l2c
Eggs Steady at mark cases in
cluded 17 l2a9 l2c firsts 1912c
receipts 20910
Cheese Steady daisies 14 3lal5
wins 1laM 12 young Americas 14n
1412 Longhorns 14 l2aM 34
CENSUS OF NEW YORK
IS ABOUT COMPLETED
New York April 30Census offi
cials estimated today that SG per cent
of the enumeration In Greater Now
York Is completed The unfinished
districts are In the foreign quarters
and In the outlying suburban neigh
borhoods It Is expected that tho ro
malnlng districts and tho unfinished
odds and ends will be completed by
next Friday
The census men decline to commit I
themselves as to the numerical show
ing of their canvass thus far Indi
cations are they said that tho city I
will show a pronounced Increased In
population
SWOPE WAS
POISONED
That Is the Opinion
of One of the
Experts
Kansas City April 30 Smiling and
cheerful an he has been every day
since his case was taken up almost 1
three weeks ago Dr B C Hyde came I
Into tho court room frrom the Jail
this morning to face a gruelling day
It being expected that Dr Ludwig
Hoktoen of Chicago would take the
stand TIlls did not seem to worry
the physician
Discussing the evidence of Dr Hall I
given yesterday Dr Hyde said
They never can hang a man on
t sUmon llko that
Mrs Hyde too was pleased with
the manner In which the defense com
batted the testimony of Dr Hall Sho
said she felt it was a victor for her
husband
Dr Calvin Adklns city physician of
Independence testified as to the con
dition of Col Swopos body Ho did
not believe the natural bodily ail
ments would have caused death
Dr Ludwig Hektoen followed Dr
Adkln to the stand The scientist ex
plained that ho was a patheolo st
and not a lexicologist and that he i
never had an active part In the chem
icl analysis of the Swopo case He
was Interviewed by Mr Paxton and
Thomas H Swopo Jr In Chicago on
December 22 he said and on Decem
ber 30 was employed to work on the
case On the occasion of the visit of
December 22 he testified ho received
the two men the ejects Margaret
Swope and some capsules Ho turned
tho articles over to Dr Walter S
Haines of Chicago for examination J
said the witness I
The autopsy on Chrlsman Swope on I
December 30 was llrct testified to
Was thero anything about the brain I
that suggested meningitis asked Mr
Atwood
There was not replied Dr Hek I
toenWas
Was thero anything about this or
gan which would account for death I
No sir There were the traces of
typhoid in an early stage There were
no signs of congestion in the brain
said the physician
Was thorp present In that body
anything which would lead you to be
lieve death was from natural causes
was asked
From what I saw on tho organs at
the time of tho autopsy I did not feel
justified in attempting to give tho
cause of death answered the witness
In answer to a long hypothetic
question setting forth the condition of
Mr Swope and asked what In his
opinion was the cause of death tho
witness said
First tho victim of typhoid fever I
It also would scorn ho was suffering
from the effects of some powerful
and paralyzing poison
1 KISSING IS NOW MADE
PERFECTLY SAFE
I Now York April WTho New
York branch oC the National Pharma
ccutlcal Society has given Its approv I
al to nu oscillatory screen which Is
designed to render tho kiss hygienic
and safeguard lovers from the dan
ger of germs The screen is describ
I ed as a disinfected silk gauze
I through which the kiss is accomplish
ed tho gauzo being Mid In an ivory
frame aud placed between the two
pairs of lips before they meet
VHTAT CROP OF
NORTHWEST IS GOOD
Seattle Wash ApfU 30 Wheat
crop prospects in Oregon Washing
ton and Idaho were nfevor so bright
as at present according to statements
made yesterday by grain men and
bankers watching crop conditions in
I the Northwest
rise wheal acreage Is expected to
show a material Increase over last I
year by the time seeding is com
pleted Wheat conditiOns throughout
the winter not only favored the win I
ter wheat but provided plenty of
moisture Insuring a good start for
I
the springsown crop
The Increnso in the wheat acreage
is expected to bo largely along the
Dno of the Chicago Milwaukee Pu
get Sound railroad
CRVtfl fiN
AflKANSAS
Husband Charged With
Putting His Wife
to Death
Arkansas City April 30 Louis R
Potlcrton and Mrs E1nma Allen his
foster mother were arrested here
early today upon a coroners warrant
that charged them jointlywith hav
ing caused the death by poison of Mrs
Fiances KImmell Potterton wife of 0
W Potterton a bride of a fow months
wllO died suddenly In January
The arrests were the culminalioji oE
on investigation into Mrs Pottertons
death begun by E J Fleming olio
county attorney amJLJl S Deekman
his assistant thnlo extended over a
period of three months
Mrs Potterton died after a brief ill
Ioss The cause of death was given
as Addlsons disease
After the count officers had workd
on the case the coroner took It up
and late last night a warrant was Is
sued for tho arrest of Louis W Pot
terton and Mrs Allen The warrant
charges that Mrs Potterton camo to
her dtfuth from poison namely arse
nic administered by the said Mr PoL
tarton and Mrs Allen
Potterton this morning was released
upon furnishing a 10000 bond to ap
ijiear for trial on May 11 He is n
ears old and is an engineer on the
Santa PC railroad
Mrs Pottorton left real estate val
ued at 20000 and a life policy for
i 5000 Tho insurance policy which
was made payable to her estate has
not been paid
HOW THE POLE WAS
FOUND
Matt Henson one of the only two
human beings who ever reached the
North Pole as the companion of Com
mander Robert E Peary will appear
on the stage at tho Orpheum tomor
row night with moving pictures and
beautiful colored slides of tho famous
trip and dash to thePole Mr Hen
son tells of his experiences of the
battle fought and won against the
frigid north Ills talk is rather a
straightforward tale adventure than
n scientific discourse All the school
children ought to take advantage of
hearing this man talkftas it will bo a
hlbtorlcal event in later years and
an ojoortunity that comes but once
in a lifetime
OOGGOOGCOOOOOOO
O 0
O FLANNERY RESIGNS 0
O HIS OFFICE 0
O 0
O San Francisco Aprll 30 0
O Harry P Flanncrj > president 0 I
O of the San Francisco police 0
O commission who was indicted 0 I
O yesterday by the Marin county 0 I
O grand jury for grand larceny O
O In connection with a recent 0
O raid on a fake poolroom in 0
O Sausalito resigned his ofiice 0
0 early this morning His reslg o I
O nation was promptly accoptjd 0
O bv Mayor McCarthy O I
O In tendering resignation 0
0 Flannory addressed a long let O
0 ter to the mayor In which ho O
O declared he Is the Ictim Of a O I
O conspiracy j 0
O it 0
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O BLUE ROSE 1 0 I
O ACHIEVED C
O i 01
O Morrlstown N J April HO 0
O A blue rose something which 0 I
0 the horticulturists have long 01
l O striven In vain for has been OI
O achieved at last by a Morris o
O town amateur The plant Is a 0
O seedling of an ordinary crlm 0
O son rambler The flowers on 0
O opening have a purplish pink 0
O shade which later develops 0
C into a brilliant steel hue O
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MCARTUY
IS DEAD I
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Fatal Termination of a
Prize Fight in San
Francisco
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O MORAN IN JAIL 0
O 0
O San Francisco April 30 0
O Owen Moran the Tngllsh light 0
O weight pugilist was formally 0
O charged with manslaughter to 0
I 0 day as a result of the death of 0
O Tommy McCarthy his oppo 0
O nent in last nights prize light 0
O Five other men seconds and 0
O attendants of the two pugilists 0
O have boon hooked on the same 0
O charge 0
O 0
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San Francisco April 30 Tommy
McCarthy the lightweight pugilist of
this city who was knocked out and
his skull fractured In tho sixteenth
round of his fight with Owen Moran
of England at Dreamland rink hero
last night dlod of his Injuries at St
Marys hospital early today For over
an hour Uic boy was under the knife
in the operating room of the hospital
but all efforts to save his lifo proved
unavailing and shortly after he was
removed to his cot the fighter passed
away never having regained con
sciousness
McCarthy skull was fractured at
the baso oil tho brain as a rosult of
the impact of his head against tho
I mat after Moran had sent him to the
I floor with a heavy overhand swing
to the jaw He was carried to his
corner where his seconds not real
izing the gravity of his condition
worked over him for half an hour be
fore physicians remonstrated and
crUFed the stricken lad to bo hurried
to the hospital McCarthys mother
objected to an operation being per
formed it isaadr and It was long
after midnJght before the boy was
taken Into the operating room
Owen Moran and his seconds Jeff
Perry and Jimmy Carroll and Mc
Carthys brothers William and Thom
as who acted as his seconds with
Hornard Trcauor were all placed un
der arrest
The accident occurred after sixteen
lounds of fast fighting in which the
honors up to thnt time had been about
ovon A big crowd witnessed the con
test and despite the noise in the ring
the thud of McCarthys head striking
the floor following Moraus hard blow
I was plainly heard in all parts of the
building
It is said that McCarthy had gone
stale in his training for the fight and
that ho was in poor shapo to meet
tho Britisher
What effect this ring fatality will
have on the coming battle between
Jeffries and Johnson at Emoryvlllo
Is a question of interesting specula
Ion among fight fans and others to
day
Tex RIckard one of the promoters
of the big fight said last night that
ho did not think a fatal termination
of McCarthys injury would affect the
heavyweight contest Neither Jeffricn
nor Johnson he declared is likely se
riously to hurt the other He pointed
out the youth and Inexperience of
McCarthy in support of his state
ment
When I lilt him ho was going
away and r dont see how tho blow
possibly could bare caused death
said Moran today
Sporting circles today are obviously
disturbed over this latest prize ring
fatality fearing Its effect on the com
ing JeffriesJohnson flghL Johnson
has cancelled his engagement to ap
pear In a public exhibition here to
night As soon aa he heard of Mc
Carthys death Johnson went into
consultation with fox Rlckard and
Jaclc Gleason tho promoters of tho
Fourth of July fight and later In the
day It Is understood that a public
statement will bo Issued
Chief of Police John D Martin said
todayThe
The gamo undoubtedly will bo
given a black eye In this town for
some time to come because of McCar
thys depth As far as I knot no ofll
clal action will follow his death un
less I am satisfied that tho regula
tions governing such contests were
violated In lost nights light To mo
it seems Just one of those unfortunate
accidents which sometimes mar the
pugilistic game as well as the game
of football
When tho principals and seconds
later wero arraigned before Police
Judge Conlan Willie and Johnny Mc
Carthy brothers of the dead fighter I
woro released on their own recogniz i
ance while the others were held In I
500 bonds each or 100 cash ball
Nono of them has yet secured bonds
The nix men arrested last night are
Owou Moran Jeff Perry and James
Carroll two of his seconds William
and John McCarthy seconds and
brothers of tho dead fighter mad Ber
nard Painter another of his seconds
Four cf the lending participants In
the fatal prlzo fight are thus far suc
cessfully evading tho police Theyy
arc Trlx Krcollng Moraus principal
second Spider Kelly McCarthys prin J
cipal second James Griffin manager
of the club which conducted the fishr
and Charlie Harvey Mornns manager
No warrants have yet been Issued
for those men and It Is not known
whether or not they will be arrested
for their part In the affair
In his cell today Moran mournpil
the death of his opponent and plain
= nl1li
ly showed his trepidation Poor 1
poor boy ho said almost weeping
It was an accident but oh such a
terrible one
Then wiping his eyes tho English
man declared the fight was a frame
up tho agreement being that McCar
thy was to bo allowed to stay through
fifteen rounds It was in the sixteenth
round Moran sent the terrible right
cross to the Jaw that sent his man to
the mat unconscious
After his conference with Gleasou
and Ricknrd Johnson Raid he did not
believe that the McCarthy fatality
would haro the slightest effect on his
Fourth of July championship battle
with Jeffiles
Bearing on Big Fight
Oakland April 30 District Attor
ney Donohue and Sheriff Barnett of
Alameda county the site of the Jo
friesJohnson fight on July 4 next do
not believe that the death of Tommy
McCarthy In San Franciscowill affect
I the heavyweight battle
1 I shall be governed entirely by the
slate law added Donohue That is
all I care to say of the matter at this
time
Sheriff Barnett said that he would
i act only by the advice of his legal
representative the district attorney
but that I fcalled upon to do so would
not hesitate to stop tho fight
SAN FRANCISCO April fITbo
I boxing bout between Owen Moran of
England and Tommy McCarthy of
San Francisco at Drwnmland rink may
I result in a ring fatality After six
teen rounds of clever and hard fight
I lag with little to choose between the
mon tho Britisher swung a right with
I tremendous force that landed square
ly on the local fighters Jaw
I McCarthy dropped to tho canvas as
I If hit with a hammer his head strik
ing with an impact that was heard all
over the auditorium
Ho wns quickly carried to his cor
n r whero ho lay rigid ReotoratUes
wore administered but without ef
I fect Finally Spider Kelly the chief
second becoming alarmed hastily
summoned two dodtors who were In
I attendance at the ringside Power
i ful stimulants weer applied on tho
unconscious boxer hut there were no
symptoms of returning consciousness
After twenty minutes had flitted by
and McCarthy showed no signs of
lifo a hasty examination was mado
Dr J Mayors then announced that
McCarthy was suffering from a fiac
tured skull with possible internal
hemorrhages
I At 11 p m twontyflvo minutes
after tho knockout tho Injured fighter
war hurried Jnto an automobile and
I whisked to St Marys hospital lo
cated a Cow blocks from the rink
Meanwhile Moran and his handlers
I are being detained by the police pend
ing the outcome of tho defeated pugil
ists injuries
Tho spectators silently wended their
way out of the auditorium talking In
whispers as one and all scorned to
realize death was stalking in their
IUhJst
I McCarthys father and the latter
sons Wllllo and Johnny worked liko
trojans in an endeavor to restore him
i to consciousness McCarthy senior
i raved over the condition of his son
and nothing coherent could bo obtain
ed from him
i I Moran was crestfallen over the out
I como of the fight and there was no
mistaking his grief
I It was a shame for them to let
an untried youth like McCarthy fight
I me he muttered
I
i TRADE CONDITIONS
ARE UNFAVORABLE
New York April 30 Calling of
loans by tho banks to mako up the
depletion of reserve caused by gold
exports damage to crops by the cold
I wave failure of the United States
Steel dividend Increase to induce buy
ing of that stock and fears of the con
1 sequences of the speculative position
In tho cotton market were Home of
the special factors which precipitat
ed tho sharp decllno in stocks this
I week
I Moro attention was paid to reports
I of reduced output and declining prices
for Iron than to the dividend Increase
Unfavorable inferences wore drawn
of tho general trade situation of which
the iron trade Is accepted as an ac
I
ESM
WINS MEDAL
Deaf Mute Displays
Bravery in Saving
a Girl
Washington April 30Hls gallant I
rescue of a girl from the raging wa
ters of tho whirlpool of tho great falls I
of the Potomac Ifi miles above Wash
ington resulted In tho bestowal of a
gold medal upon Walter R Rockwell
a deaf mute of Gallaudet college last
I
night Tho medal was the gift ot
members of the family of Miss Maud
Edlngton another student of tho col I
lege who had been saved from death
In the waters by young Rockwell Tho
rescue was effected a month ago un
der conditions that called for the dis
play of great bravery on the part of
Rockwell Only with the presenta
tion of the medal did the story come r
out
As tho girl fell Into tho rapids and I
was swept Into tho whirlpool below
Rockwell threw about a largo rock a j
nOOSe In a long coil of rope ha
chanced to be carrying fastened tho
other end about his waist and leaped I
in to save her The current carried >
Rockwell within roach of the girl and
ho seized her and held fast Whdn i
dragged ashore by means of the ropo J
the girl was unconscious and her
bravo rescuer was In almost as bad a
plight
An Incident of tho presentation u
the medal by Dr Draper a member of r
the faculty was an address ho deliv
ered at the school In the sign lan
guago of the deaf mutes h
REQUEST I 1
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ii
DIN1EUi i i
Wickershams Summary
Is Not to Be Seen
By Brandeis
Washington April 30The Ballln
gerPinchot committee today denied
Attorney Brandols request for tho
original draft of Attorney General
Wickorshams summary of tho Glavis
charges and other papers bearing w
on it
r WILL SAVE TilE f
VIIITE WOMEN
11
New York April 30I1le white
women of Chinatown are to ho given
a chanco to free themselves of the
slavery of the opium habit A system l
of treatment now in use in Dellevue 1
hospital will be used and the patients j
will he under tho care of Mission
workers who have started tho move
ment
Attempts to clean out Chinatown
have always failed of permanent suc jl
cess hitherto because the women i
soon returned to the places where
they could get tho opium they craved I
cheaply and conveniently
JAPANEST SEALERS SIGHTED
Victoria B C April 30110 t
steamer Amur which arrived last I
night from Queen Charlotte Islands 1
reports that a large fleet of Japanese r
seniors are engaged off the west coast
o the Islands Tho schooner Eva
nrleof Victoria which put Into Ji
Skidcgato reported having sighted
seven Japanese sealers < l
c MD
flow Big Is Ogden
>
I Guess Ogden City has a Population of e I tJ
1
According to the U S Census taken in tho month of April f
1910 This guess is good only in the event of my subscription 1
being paid at least one day in advance of the day the Census +
Director announces the population of Ogden APRIL 30 1910
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I guess Weber County has a Population of
According to the U S Census taken in the month of April
1910 This guess is good only in the event of my subscription
I being paid at least one day in advance of the day the Census I
Director announces the population of Weber County
APRIL 30 1910
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