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CHilDREN
tH GREET II1M
I Roosevelt is Given a
Hearty Welcome by
IL the Norwegians
fi Cbrlstlanla May 41he capital of
l Norway which was In mourning jci
eriu for BJornRtJorno BJornson was
n red white and blue today with tho
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1 entwined flags of the United States
I I and the Norwegian monarchy In honor J
of Theodore Roosevelt
f The reception given Mr Roosevelt
l was Impressive There was no cheer
i1 log at the railroad stations but the
iJ L con ds uncovered respectfully Cheer
+ f Inc IE rare In this country
The Kooscvelts arrived soon after
nildilav having been ought from the
i southern extremity of the kingdom on
I a special train provided by tho gov
ernment Mr Roosevelt was tdgnally
honored by King Haakon and Queen
Mtud who wont to the station per
sonally to greet the party
The platform of the station was
covered with red carpet and Inside
the building a temporary stand had
been erected for tho receiving party
This was occuplPd by the king and
queen with a Large sulto all of the
members of the cabinet members of
parliament city and state officials
professors of the university and other
distinguished members of society
As Mr Roosevelt stepped down the
king crossed the platform and with
1 outwnltlng for nn introduction shook
J hands with the Iormer president HO
i then presented Mr Roosevelt to the
F queen and Mr Roosevelt presented
I Mrs Roosevelt Miss Ethel and Ker
I mil The queen then took the colonels I
arm and the king offered hrs arm to
Mrs Roosevelt Followed by Miss
1 Ethel and Hermit they walked
through the royal waiting room
which was half filled with flowers and
flngs to the carriages
I The party drove to the palace
where after a brief stop the Rook
velts still accompanied by the king
apd quen and aj few members of tho
royal household drove to the Ameri
J can legation where they had luncheon
01 the guests of American Minister
I Fierce i
t
The luncheon was followed by a re
ception
Chrlstlanla Norway May 4T4e
l1 Jtoopvelt party 1iVriVijrti > rat 115
j i oclock thlR anmgffi As Atfgrnfrf
stopping plnreB n big crowd was on
f 1 bind to make the former President
r cf the United States and bin family
velcome They came by train from I
Copenhagen having left the Danish
1 wpltnl at 010 oclock last night
If his present plans are carried out
Mr Roosevelt will remain here until
730 oclock Friday evening at which
lime ho will proceed for Stockholm
Tomorrow he will deliver the Nobel
pjizo address nt the national theater
sod In thp evening be entertained nl I
H a banquet On Friday he will re
ceive a doctors degree from King
Fredericks university
Mr Roosevelt was formally reedy
ed at the railway station by King
Hnakon and Queen Maud WIth the
royal party wero Premier Konow
H Foreign Minister Irgpns the presi
dent of the Storthing C C Berner I
and members of the Nobol prize com
mission
The meeting of their majesties mill
the former president wna cordial Dur
lag the exchange of greetings tho
band played American airs Great
crowds In tho streets cheered Mr
nooBovelt as he drove ft the palace
Thn buildings along the way WON
elaborately decorated American flags
being entwined with the Norwegian
colors
From Kornstjo to the capital tho
JlooBoveltB occupied a special train
tent for them by the government Tho
train wan in chan of Superinten
1 dent of State Railways Ans and his
j staff who arc responsible for the
Mfe movements of the royal train
The conductor worp a broad feath
er bolt bearing the arms of Norway
1 There waR special significance In this
1 nl the belt Is designed to Indicate
that royalty IB trailing The car
v APd by the Rooaovelts was that for
t merly occupied by the Norwegian cab
inet In visiting the King of Sweden
Dr Hagcnip Norwegian minister to 1
Denmark and twlco premier of Nor
way was on tho train and greeted
Mr Roosevelt on behalf of the Nobel
prize committee
The forenoon trip through the south
east of the country was enlivened by
frequent demonstrations At every
place along tile
route the school chil
dren had been given a partial holiday
in order that they might see the dis
tinguished American
The train stopped at a few stations
and stoanred slowly past others In
every Instance children crowded the
station platforms and waving their
hands and hath gave a variety of
school yells Mr Roosevelt never
failed to acknowledge the salutations
There was a very large gathering
at Moss where a stop was made Boys
from the high school gave cheers
which drew Mr Roosevelt to an open
window of the car
That sounds like an American col
lege jell he said I wish you and
the grownups good luck
I The boys cheered again aa the train
drew out of the station
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REfEREE fOR
Th ffGUT
J He is to Be Selected in
San Francisco This
Afternoon
San Francisco May Speculation
was rife today among the sporting
fraternity as to who would be chosen
at this afternoons conference to ref
eree the JeffriesJohnson tIght So
many names have been suggested and
the field of selection Is so large that
there was little unanimity of opinion
regarding the probable choice
The arrival of Jeffries in Oakland
last night for the purpose of accom
panying his wife back to Den Lomond
was so coincident with the meeting as
to give rise to the belief that he would
remain over for participation In the
pow wow
The meeting it was announced
would bo open to newspaper men but
the evervigilant and incredulous fans I
made that very announcement the
basis of rumors that the real business
of the session would be conducted in
secret conclave and that after an un
derstanding had been reached the
doors would be thrown open to the
press and a formal love feast held at
whieh a finished performance ofthe i I
TOSUU oj the serrlr chearsal woujd
rroglenrOrnorlPKt oynCaY said it
mattered not whether tho referee was
chosen In private or public tho main I
thing was to reach an ngro In ont on
An offlclont man II
Two denials came from the oppos
ing factions yesterday Sam Berger
denied a report that there Is to be a I
shakeup Iij Jeffries training camp
that there wan too many old men at I
Hon Jxmond and not enough oung J
blood Nothing in tho yarn said
Berger I have enough helpers and I
Just the right kind of men
Jack Johnson hotly denounced ae I
untrue an astern story to tho effect
that he had wired a friend In Chicago
not to post a bet that the fight would j
take place July J as scheduled I
never sent any such message de I
clared tho negro They ought to ask
mo about these things before sending
out such fakes
Johnson reiterates that he will not
begin training until next week He
will hayo with him George Cotton
Martin Cutler Too Willis and Joo
Lanum and he says his sparring part
ners may expect a busy time
Borg > r announces that after Jef I
fries return to Ben Lomond today ho I
will box every day and that there
will be no letup In the big follows
work
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TUTORS IN PRINCETON
MAKE GOOD MONEY
I
Princeton NJMny 4Thnt a I
number of men have worked their way I
through Princeton by tutoring and a
total sum earned by them for ono
year was 14000 wan made known
yesterday In a report Issued by the j
Princeton tutors association This la
Tutors got from ETAO1N7S9Y I
au organization ot undci graduates
Tutors get fromt to 52 an hour and I
BOrne of them have made 1C a day j
and cleared 1000 a year I
1j HAS THE CENSUS MAN
SEEN YOU
HAVE YOU BEN ENUMERATED
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If not or if yon have any doubt fill out thiscoupon and
mail to The Weber Club Ogden Utah
1 On AprJllo 300 I was living at address below hutto
j tho boat or my knowledgeI havenot been enumerated thero
or elsewhere
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TAfT TALKS
TO fARMfRS
Laborites Try toPersuade
Him to Stay Away
From Ball Park
St Louis May Addressing a
Joint meeting of the Farmers Union
and the people of St Loulg today
President Taft devoted himself to a
technical discussion of the subject of
conservation He declared the term
covered a wide range of subjects
I Rut as concerns congress at this
time ho added conservation re
solves itself into the necessity of pass
I ing at onco the bUt which will give
to the executive unquestioned author
ity to withdraw lands for power sites
and other purposes With this po er
I in the hands oC tle President of the
United States we can sit comfortably
by and discuss Hl devise the best
I means of Idsposlng the great public
I domain to the benefit of present and
future generations
I Coy Hadley Introduced tho Prost
dent at the Farmers convention antI
declared the greater movement of con
servation had JIG more earnest sin
cere an deflective friend than Prcal
deut Taft
The President called out loud ap
plause from the agriculturalists by an
nouncing that he probably was tho
only man In public life In the country
I who would admit ho had never had
any farming experience I
I Mr Taft said there were few poo
plo who had a definite Ideq as to just
what conservation really means I
Tho first great subject of conserv
ation ho declared had to do with
I human life He again urged the ct
I tablishment of a national bureau u
health
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The President spoke of tho strides
I being made in tho fight against con
sumption and cancer and took the po
sition that the government might well
furnish money to provide tbq moans
I of combatting dlsoaso and brlqg about
I the intelligent understanding of
i these troubles Hla statemcn In this
respect was especially Interesting In
I view of the recent reports that ha
I contemplated a veto of the bill that
la to pass the present congress
I Any waterway Improvement which
Is found worthy said tho President
r should bo put through as economi
cally and quickly as possible But
a waterway bill ought not to constitute
n > P li barrel or bephssed for the
purpose ofsending Somebody bnc1to
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congress
It should be Uovoted to putting
through great enterprises to making
the waterways Keeful and offcctlvo
In reducing rates of transportation
It was reported today an attempt
would bo niadc to hand President
Taft a labor petition not to attend
he CIevclandSt Louie basebnjl game J
this afternoon because tb Clovolaud
park was built by nonunion men r
Up to luncheon time however tho I 1
pnper had not reached Mr Taft Ab
ho does not approve of tho hovcort
ho announced that such a petition
would not deter him
HURRICANE W
THE FIJI 6IOUP
Victoria R C May 4Nms has
boon brought by the steamer Makura
that the hurricane which devastated
FIJI March 26 did groat dairjage al
so at Nouga Nqw Caledonia The
French steamer VoIle de la Clotat
and tho French bark Guothory an
chored at Nouga were badly damaged
b > being bumped ngqinst tho pier
The German cruiser Cormorant wad
caught In tho hurricane in tto Loy
alty group and her decks flooded and
a number of boats swept away
In the Fiji group the hurricane did
damage of oer 51000000 and caus
ed much loss of life Suva wa wreck
ed many houses being blown town or
unroofed Scarcely a house was left
undamaged Plantations suffered to
a great extent
More than a score of cutters sev
eral hulks and a great number of
boats wore wrecked
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STENOGRAPHER rjAS
I BILL FOR 252000
New York May iJohn D Ryan
presIdent of the Amalgamated Copper I
company haH been Rued for what he
claims Is the largest stenograpbern
fee on record The amount is 352000 I
The claimant is William W Johnson
who was Ryans atqnographpr and
confidential secretary in 1904 He j
claims that he assisted Ryan ina con
fidential capacity In getting Ipforma
tlon of F Augustus Helnzofi Inter
ests in Butte Mont andthat through
his efforts in February 190C Ryan
and Thomas F Cole secured control
of Hcinzes properties Ryan in his
answer declares that Johnston was
employed smply as a stenographer
I and did notjilnc more important than
I
I stenographic work
I I
MILLIONS REQUIRED BY
I STATE OF NEW YORK
Alban N Y May 1 = According
to a statement iiied tdday by Comp I
troller Williams tbjo total receipts
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New YorkstatQ for a period of 10 i
years have arnouutod lo 342025805
while the dJbur cnientB wcr < 320
560532 The biggest single Item of
expenditure was fpr the support pf
the state hospitals for insane which
during the decade cost 5101R3G1
BALDWIN ESTATE IS
SUED BY ARTIST
Los Angeles lar ITo the mass
of litigation plllnfi up aagnlst the
estate ot the late lJJ Lucky UnH
win another suit was added yester
I day by H H Crass a Chicago ar
tist who claims 22150 for Milrty
I oil paintings of the noted horseman
I depicting him In various heroic ad
ventures
One of tho paintings Illustrates
Baldwins most famous exploit It
shows Baldwin astride a plunging buf
falo escaping death under tho hoofs
i of a herd of angry bison Another
picture shows Baldwin fighting off a
war party of Indians
1 Part of the bill which was reject
ed by the executors of the estate
Is for painting some ot his racing
I favorites
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BATTLES
i
AND DEAD
4
Are to Be Raised from
Waters of Havana
Harbor
Washington May 4After twelve
years the Illfated battleship Maine
Is to be removed from Havana harbor
and the bodies which went down with
I the vessel will be Interred In the na
tional cemetery at Arlington A bill
providing for such removal and burial
already passed by tho house was to
day passed bv the senate
WORLDS MARKETS
ABRUPT RECOVERY IN
THE STOCK MARKET
New York May IEarly prices of
Americans In London showed violent
recoveries mUle closing here vas
terday and opening prices In New
York showed conslusivc rebounds In
sympathy
The principal speculative Issues
such as United States Steel Union
Paplflc and Reading showed wide quo
tations rjinnjng sales Southern
EacifJc rQBo2 12 Heading 2 12
Northern Pacific Union Pacific and
Great Northern preferred 1 12 Unit
ed States Steel 1 38 and the act
ive list generally from a large fraction
to a point
profit taking sales hold the market
In qheck for a while American Smelt
ing losing Its rise eta point and other
leaders fraction
Brisk buying then developed In tho i
grab carriers and the whole market
nlovcd up to above opening figures
Trading became gradually duller as
prices advanced Amalgamated Cop
per rose 112 r I
A violent decline In foreign ex
change rates gave color to reports i
that large blocks of new railroad
bonds had been Fold to foreigners
Rumors placed the amount at moro
than 100000000 Money rates n
London were easier and orders for
stocks came from that center Tho
abrupt recover In stocks was attrib
uted largely to these causes The
professional element viewed the re
covery with some suspicion having
In mind the failure yesterday of a
similar rally to hold
Prices were shaded before noon
Bonds were firmer
Chicago Livestock
Chicago May 4 Cattle Receipts
estimated at 15000 market steady
beeves oGOaS20 Texas steers 4
COaG10 western steers 4SOaG70
Btocliers and feeders 380a6C0 i cows
and heifers 270a720 calves GOO
at S50
HogsReceipts estimated at 15000
Market 5c at lOc higher light 9 16a
IHi mixed 910a950 heavy 910
aOSO rough 910a925 i good to
choice heavy 5925aDBO pigs S80a
940 bulk ot smiles 93Oa9i5
SheepReceipts estimated at 12000
Market steady native 42Ga780
western 75a785 yearlings 70Qa
816 lambs native 72fia910 west
ern 725a910
Omaha Livestock
Omaha May 4 Cattle Receipts
4700 market steady Native Btcera
575a775 cows and heifers 350a675
western steers 550a700 cows and
heifers 375a675 canners 275a450
stockers and feeders 350aG75 calves
425a575 bulls stags etc 375aG25
HogsReceipts 9400 market Be
higher Heavy 900a915 mixed 900a
005 light S80a9lO pigs 800a875
bulk of sales 895a9lO
SheepReceIpts 5700 market
steady Yearlings 750aSOO wethers
72oa7S5 ewes G90a760 lamba SoOa
925 <
Chicago Produce
Chicago May 4Butter steady
creameries 24a28 dairies 22a28
Eggs Easy At mark cases Includ
ed 17al9 firsts 19 prime firsts 20
CheeseSteadY daisies 14 34al5
twins 14al2 young Americas 14a
12 long horns 11 l2a34
Sugar and Coffee
New York May 4Sugarraw
firm mlscovaod 89 tfist 380 cen
trifugal 96 test 430i tnIalJs sugar
S9 test 355 Refined steady
Goffe Spot utoailyiiNo 7 Rio S
13Sj No 1 Santos 9 1r r
WESTON IS
t RESTLESS I
Is Taken to Task for
Walking 72 Miles
in One Day
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Now York May 4ThcsedaYB are
restless ones for Edward Payson
Wc ton For the first timo In three
months or more ho has nothing to do
and It takes great deal of scheming
to make the doing of It fill the day
Some of his leisure time Is being
spent In renowjng old acquaintances
liereOne of his first calls was upon
General Thomas H Hubbard the law
Vor and patron of adventurers and
another favored friend Joseph H
Choate former ambassador to Great
Britain Mr Choate had tried to get
to the city hall on Monday to Bee the
end of vVontons 3500mile stroll but
the cjrowd was too dense and he had
to turn back Ho took Weston to task
for vajklng 72 miles In one day
Xv hon he read about It In the news
papers Bald Mr Weston later he
wrote mc a letter In which he wanted
to know whether I was ever going to
got over being a fool
Tb < pedestrians ankle which was
injured in an automobile collision a
few days before he reached the end
of his journey Is still bothering him
a little but ho expresses no fear that
the in jury I will have any permanent
cffccti
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OREGON IS I
TO BOOM
H II Interests Are to
j Colonize Millions
4t of Acres
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Portland Ore May J President
Louis J Hill of the Groat Northern
who Is here with Jamos J Hill and
ft Dumber of officials otthe HJll
syljtefci of rajlroadc estertavi an
notincod plans develop the reaonrc
ca of Oregon and to colonize tho cen
tral Oregon region In the next few
years with hundreds of thousands of I
people Oregon has 18000000 acres
of untaken land moat of it In the cen
tral andsouthern portion Of tho state
It Is the Intention of the Hill pnople
to colonize this vast area as well as
great holdIngs In the northern and
western portion of the state
BRIBER BEING I
FURTHER PROBED
Chicago May 4 I have two Demo
cratic representatives who will give
Important evidence heforo the special
grand Jury Ip toward to tho bribery I
charges In the election ot William Lor
Imor afl United States senator said
Attorney John Waymnn on his return
from a mysterious visit to SL Louis
and the southern part of Illinois
Thefio witnesses will appear be
fqre tho grand jury on Saturday anil
toll come Important things about tho
election of Mr Lorimer continued Mr
Wayman
I am nQtat liberty to give their
names but I will say they are mem
bers of the tate legislature whoso
names havenot peon mentioned thus
far Their identity will be a complete
surprise I
t1 brought no one back with me T I
left Detective Murnano In my office
in St Louis to finish up the work
there The two men In question will oj
positively appear before the Jury on I
Saturday I cbnelder thqt my trip to
St Louis has been highly successful
r
fill I have n6tlilng more to say
Mrr Waymnn Disappeared after tho
grand jury was called in session and
did not cay where lie was going It
was not known here till word came
from St LOuis laet night that he was
timbre The grand jury was session
only short hate and no evidence was
henrd In the Lorlmer case because of
Mr Wnymans absence
TOBACCO DIVIDENDS
Now Yorlc May 4The American
Tobacco company declared a quarter
ly dividend ot2 12 per cent on the
common stock and an extra dividend
of 7 12 percent A quarterly divi
dend of r 12 per cent was declared
on tho preferred stock All these di
vidends wore the same as those for
the lost quartqr The extra dividend
declared a year ago for the corre
sponding quartor was five per cent
PEAR TO LECTURE
Aptwerb May4 Commander
Peary has accosted an Invitation
lecture before tho Roal Geographic
1
al Society 9f Antwerp
f i 1
JAPANESE COAt FOR
NAN ALASKAN RAILROAD
1
Sewartl Alaska May 4v LocaV rep
resentatives of tho Alaska Northern
r railroad announced Testordfty that a
steamship is on the war to Seward
i from Japan with 3000 tons of coal
to be used In operating trains during
the coming summer The Seward
I commercial clnb sent protest to
congress against the condition which
makes necessary the Importation of
I Japanese fuel while Alaska has such
a large quantity of undeveloped coal
DUKE AND DUCHESS
TO AID ITALIANS
I
New York May 4Duke Pompeo
Lltta of Lombardy and his duchess
who was Mrs Jane Johnson Perry
Scaife of Charleston S C have ar
rived In New York for their first visit
I
to America since their marriage In
1898 Their visit IB partly In connec
I tion with a philanthropic scheme for
the colonization of Italians in Mana I
tee county Florida Earl last year
the duke offered to colonize a large I
I tract of land with Italian earthquake
sufferers giving each family ton
acres
MYSTERY Of
I A GRAVE
Body Found Under a
Shack Buried in
Quicklime
Chicago May JA feather bed a
roll of canvas a silver crucifix and a
wisp of bright red hair are relied upon
by the ppllce to help solve the mys
tery of the slaying of a man whoso
body was found buried In quick limo
undjr a shack in Elizabeth street
Kenosha WIs yesterday Workmen
engaged In digging a sewer trench
undor the shack struck into the secret
grave Tho limo had eaten away near
ly all the evidence of crime Before
burial the body had been covered with
lime and then carefully wrapped in
the canvass
After lowering the body into the
grave the slayers also had thrown In
his outer garments and on top of
them the feather bed Whether the
man was slain in the shac which is
now untenantcd or was killed at
some distant place and carried to tho
hidden burial place the authorities do
not know
One of tho first dews Involved a
I man and a woman who rented tho
Hllzaboth street shack about six
mouths ago They came from Chicago
or4 > ald they did Thoybought several
pieces of secondhand furniture hut
sent It back to the store after a few
days and disappeared
Another cluo involved the unex
plained disappearance tt Jorgon Fred
son a farmer of Brighton Wlslast
January
BOXING IS
fAVORED
Mayor of Milwaukee
Sees Nothing Harm
ful in Contests
Wllwaukeo Wls May 4Mtynr
Slodel will hold a conference with ad I
herents and opponents of boxing con I
tests as the are being conducted
here with a view to reaching an agree
ment between conflicting parties
The mayor said last night that ho
had been urged by ministers and
others to stop bouts in he Auditorium
The ministers oppose the contest
ue says on the ground that the city
has no right to make a profit on a
public building through this course
Personally I see no objection to
boxing matches FO long as they are
not brutal said the mayor There
arc certain people who like to BCO
harmless contests and they should be
given the opportunity A boxing con
test If properly conducted has thc
same effect an a sham bntlo No
one is hurt and it Is a source of en
joyment
T understand that a court ruling
is to the effect that these harmless
contests are legal I cgrtalnly do not
propose to put a stop to them so long
as they remain within the bounds of
the Inw
SCHOOL BOYS IN A
BARE FIST FIGHT
San Matco Call May 4 Stripped
to tho waist and using bare lists Did
I vld Caldwell and Otto George two
freshmen of tho local high school
fought an eightround battle in the
basement of the school yesterday
Caldwell finally winning by a knock
out Tho boys are said to be rlv la
In love and a bitter feud betWeen
I the two then resulted In the encoun
ter The blow that lout George the
fight rendered George unconscious and
It was long after the referee count
ed the fatal ten that he recovered
George It Is said has challenged
Caldwcll to a return fight next Satur
day i
AGITATIONI
SPREADING
Chinese Are Protesting
Against Weakness of
Their Government
Hankow May IReports were re
ceived here today of nn agitation by
natives In the province of Kiang SI
It Is stated that 2000 Hunnnltes have
crossed the border from Hunan pro
vince and made their way Into Hnpes
province reaching Tnvc The situa
tion Is declared aerlous
ChangBlja China May ITho re
cent rlotlntTln this province has plac
ed the Chinese government In an em
barrassing position regardhpp the pro
posed HankowCanton ralfcvav loan
Evidence accumulated that the dis
turbances were deliberately planned
by peroons as a warning to tho cen
tral authorities not to meddle In the
affairs of Hunan province and to
make plain the determined opposition
of the Hunanltes to foreign partici
pation In tho railway construction
Millions of Chinese are Imbued with 1
the Idea that the government is yield
ing weakly to foreign influence which I
is seeking political control In China I
Peking realizes the situation and
while desiring to proceed with the
railroad agreement understands that
hasty action by the government might
be followed by the moat serious con
sequences A protracted delay seems
Inevitable
Meanwhile tIle central authorities
are making efforts to placate the Hun
anlte and have ordered the now gov I
ernor to deal leniently with the race
rlotors and also with the revoliitlonlflto i
who recently attempted the bomb out
rages
DOCTORS
SURPRISEO
Find a Child Within
a ChildTin
Chicago
Chicago May hiA case which in
many ways eclipses that of the Siam
ese twins was brought to light yes
terday when the 7monthB old son of
Martin Petzlnger died from an op
eration at the Norwegian hospital
The operation disclosed the fact that
a child about seven months advanced
was In the process of formation in
his abdominal cavity
Six doctors besides thoRp who did
tho work wore witnesses to the op
eration which was supposed to have
been for a tumor
The first thing that attracted the
attention of the surgeons was the
feet Closer examination showed that
the inner child was perfectly formed
in every particular
TEN THOUSANDMEN
ON STRIKE IN EAST I
Boston May 4 Although 10000 1
connected principally with the
men
I building trades continue on strlKo In I
fifteen New England cities today the
general situation of Industrial unrest
has been somewhat caned by an agree
ment to submit to arbitration differ
I ences between tho New England In
vostmont and Security company and
I the 1200 employes of Its trolley lines
in Sprlngflo Vprcr and west L
cm Maasac ha company iR
tho holdlns cincrn lor the trolley
iMaachuStts of Now
York Now = njAfcHllRford rail
road and a Jf o Lflikoly to
follow the mBnVJd foaBdj br higher
wages Of xistJriirKatflkcs the
most ecrloasjt3iist of lCWVaborers
in Provldenw LWhich Jt te
said may reiitfnb3t sympathetic
general tstrikevof an men engaged in
the building trades thore
MALE CONVICTS DRESSED
IN MOTHER HUBBARDS
Rome Gajiy irrAJI tho male
convicts of Floyd county havo been
garbed In motft Irabbards by order
of tho county eommtsaloncrs This
action was taknjysstorday because
I of tho nuraoroM BcipcsT recently
I Tho convicts iMttery Jpposed the 1
change but tht 7a irattiorltiea found
means to TnakfrythidSn the mother
hubbards and HO Clothed they were
put to work on tho streets
EXPERt lS
QUESTIONED
As to Cyanide < and Its
Action on Colonel
Swop < <
Kansas City May 4 Practically all
of tbo opening session of the Hyde
I trial today was consumed In tho cross
I examination of Dr Victor C Vaughn
by Attorney Frank P VTolsh The de
rense relinquished tho witness a few
minutes before noon The state an
nounced that It would briefly question
the physician in the afternoon anil
called Mrs Logan 0 Swope Its last
witness
Mr Walshs Interrogations wore
confined solely lo the Investigations
modo upon the organs of Col Swope
Kansas City May > if With pros
pects bright for the stato to finish its
testimony in the Hyde caso today the
trial started with Dr Victor Vaughn
on the witness stand this morning i
His direct examination was practical
ly completed when court adjourned
last night
Mrs Logan O Swopo will ba tho
next and last witness for the prosecu
tipnHow 1 >
How inuny wltncsse Iho djefcnsot ft
will offer and who they will be la i
Eomethmg known only totlia tittor
DayS tor Dr Hyde Thojnra not tell
lug anybody abolit thelrpians
John H Atwood tIle prosecutions I
special attorney who until his illness
began Monday examined all of tun
medical witnesses was la court again 1
today Ho did no active work how
ever Sir continuing his exam
ination ot Dr Vougbij1
Hoping to spflMrsSwopo on the
stand the spectator arrived early to a
day AB usual iuanywere turned II
away because there was no room for
tItcmWns j
Was there anything the stomach
of Ccl Swope from wych cyanide
could have formed asked Mr1 Reed
Nothing answered Dff Vaughn
Mr Walsh took tho witness twenty
minutes after court opened
Dr Vaughn had testified5on direct
examination that the falllngvtempers
turo of Col Swope wasa sign of his
having received a respiratory poison
Mr Walsh asked the witness It time t
application of nn Ice fpack and tho j
giving of a bath woud not cause the
temperature to rallDr Vaughn said i7
such was tho casebutho did not
know these things hadlj en done
ANTIORAL BOOKMAKING N Pf
IN NEW YORK STATE
Albany 3s YtMay ASenat l
Newcombo BucceededLaftcr a confer
ence with Gov HuglI having the
senate strike out his amendment to I
tho AgncwPcrlcini antioral bookmatc j
lug bill and the meaauro was passed J
In too form which prShlBHs bookmat
ing with or without witlngV1 IIt
i 0 4 r P
I r IMI f iW
1110wBig Is Ogdn
I Guess Ogden City has a Population of l4 n
According to the US Census taken in theml Ckii
I 1910 This guess is good only in the event of myJpJ iraription A 1
being paid at least one day in advance of the dq the Census A m s
Director announces the population of Ogden J KAY 4 > 1910
e 1 wr 1 I
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I How Big Is Weber
I t 4
I guess Web2r County has a Population of y
I According to the U S Census taken in thcL of April t 1
1910 This guess is good only in the event ol titaoriptlon ft c
o being paid at least one day in advance of th the Census
Director announces the population of Weber yj 1
a Y4 1tl0 a
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