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WEATHER FORECAST
IS THE PAPER OF TO
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Fortieth YearNo 10B Price Five Cents OGDEN CITY UTAH THURSDAY EVENING MAY 5 J9JO Entered an Second Clue Matter at the Pool eo Ogden Utah i t i
ROOSEVELT DELIVERS ADDRESS
II BEfORE A CURISIIANIA AUDIENCE
lie Talks on International Peace and is
Highly Praised by a Norwegian = = = King and
Queen Listen to Distinguished Ameri
can = = = Greeting is Enthusiastic
i Chrlstlania Norway May 5 For
mer President Roosovelt today dis
1 cussed the subject of International
r r Peace before the Nobel prize com
inlttet members of royalty nnd other
personages distinguished In the po
litical educational commercial and
i social life of Norway
t It was the Nobel prize committee
the members of which are elected by
tho Norwegian Storthing that In 190C
iii conferred on tho then president of the
V United States Its medal and money
award In recognition of his ser Icee
In bringing to a conclusion the Rueso
Japanese war
The occasion was tho feature of Mr
rj Roosevelts visit to Norway and ono
of the most notable of his European
1 tour Copies of tho address had been
j distributed In advance among the
press and this afternoon and tomor
row morning the views of tho former
1 president will he published In every
country In Europe
It Mr Roosevelts address was made
j with something of the solemnity ofa
religious service In the largest audi
I torium of Chrlstlanla the National
I j J theater and In the presence of King
= King
1 cabinet and of parliament and hun
g 1 dreds of the most progressive and In
I I fluential personalities In the kingdom
j I I The address was received cordlnllj
i and at Its conclusion John Lund vice
i president of the Nobel prize commit
tee paid a tribute to the speaker and
the country from which ho came
After referring to Norways Interest
t in America aud American affairs Mr
Lund said
It Is not Norway alono but the en
r J tire civilized world which has reason
to be grateful to the United States
Millions upon millions from Europe
s iroor and often downtrodden but ca
pable have found in the new world
tbat happiness and prosperity which
7 the old world was unablo to afford
them
4rkIn many ways the United States
has reached the goal for which Eu
rope is still sighing There all pco
i t plea all races and all religions can
I unite peacefully In mutual industry
under a common flag
Ideals for which Europe has
striven for more than a thousand
years have been grasped by tho
a youngest continent In the courso of
two or three hundred years
i Mr Lund praised many features of
American life citing Its industry ng
i rteiiltural development school sys
t 1 tems and the popular respect for tho
worker Addressing Mr Roosevelt he
r nJdYour
1 Your journey through tho old
world Mr Roosevelt has been a tri
umphal procession Everywhere fathers
r
thers have taken pleasure and pride
In bidding welcome to a o worthy a
1 representative ot their sons yonder I
I west
I The speaker reviewed Mr Rooso I
i Belts activities in behalf of peace re
ferring especially to his share in the
conclusion of peace between Russia
and Japan and added
t 11 have no doubt that the future
will still afford you an opportunity for
adding to your splendid achievements
i Long live Thoodore Roosevelt
The Rooscvelts spent a quiet morn
Ing Indoors ag a cold rain fell during
the forenoon They had luncheon
m Minister Pierce and Mrs Pierce at
he legation later driving to tho the
ater where tho exercises woro bgun
ct 2 oclnek
The former presidents speech In
full follows
It IK with peculiar pleasure that I
r Blond here today to express the deep
appreciation I feel of tho high honor
conferred upon mo by the presenta
then of the Nobel peace prize Tho
Continued on Page Eight
IPARAV
L 30000 MEN
Great
Demonstration as
a Welcome Home to
Roosevelt
y
Now York May 5lt Is oxpocted
that between 26000 and 30000 men
Mil march In tho Innd parade arrang
ed OB a part of the welcoming celebra
tlon to Cot Roosevelt on June 18 The
secretary of the
mayors reception
committee han received applications
r
front ariouB societies and civic mill
1 tarn and political organizations ox
pressing their expectation of marshal
Jftn a total hlch reaches nearly 40
000
00
But ho
t regardH 30000 as a con
rn Forratlvo estimate
One or the most recent applications
is from Los
Angeles which will send
a party ° f between 25 and CO repre
C nntaUvo
° citizens across the conti
nest to welcome
the returning ox
vresldent
The 8pan8h War Veterans havoC
r ngkc d permission to erect an arch of
r OlcomA over Fifth avenue lntb
nelrhborhOOd of 23rd street and tho
j
ct
committee now has the request un
der consideration
I In a statement given out today
Captain Crosby secretary of tho re
ception committee says that an effort
will ho made to keep the affair from
heing too stiff and formal Cal Roose
velt will make only one address
that in response to Mayor Gaynors
welcome At the request of Colonol
Roofiovelt no dinner has been plan
ned The cxpresldent will probably
go to Oyster Day on the evening of
his arrival
NOTORIOUS
KA IE BENDER
Dies in Rio Vista Cali
fornia After Leading
a Life of Shame
Rio Vista Cal May 5That a wo
man who lived hero for nearly 30
years under the name of Mrs Gavin
nnd subsequently that of Mrs Peters
and who died recently was really Kate
Bender of the notorious Bender fam
ily of Kansas murderers Is a state
ment made by Jack Collins a resident
of this place The woman was found I
dead Inher home near here last Mon
day evening having died a week or
ten days before from natural causes I
SlfeIi rrD C ircoucluctln5 a resort oct
111 repute for several years and late I
ly had been living alone j
According to Collins a close friend i
of the oman Mrs Peters revealed l
I
her Identity to him a number of years
ago while critically Ill and believing
that she was at tho point of death I
But she recovered and fearing that
Collins he says would make her con I
fession known she offered another
man 50 If lie would set fire to a
houneboat in which Collins lay a vic
tim of a paralytic stroke
Collins declares the woman gave
him a detailed account of many mur
ders which she and her brothers com
mitted In the Bender home at Cherry j
vale Kas in the seventies Her role j
according to Collins was to make love
to the unfortunate wayfarers who I
sought shelter at the Bender house
and lure them to a comer of a room I
whore her brothero concealed behind
a curtain would crush their skulls
with heavy clubs Robbery was the I
motive of tho crimes
During the investigation of the mur
ders by detectives the woman es
caped to Chicago after which she went
to New York and sailed from there j
around Cape Horn to San Francisco i
There she became a trained nurao
and married John Gavin a whaler i
Ten or fifteen years later they wore
divorced and the women then began I
u life of shame
The dead woman was 76 years old
A reward of 5000 was at one Umo
offered for the capture of Kate Bon
der
Benders Killed Many
Kansas City May GIt is not
known how many murders the nolor I
lOUR Bender family committed while
living In the early 70s In Labetto
county Kansas The family con 1
slated of William Bender 00 years of
ape his wife aged 55 years Kate l
25 and John 23 Kate and John
woro children of William Bender by
a former wife
Kate Bender professed to be a mag
netic healer The Bender house was
situated on the main highway be I
tween Independence Kansas and the
Osage mission Tho Benders kept a 1
little store supplied with food for man j
and boast but It la paid to have been I
a decoy for weary travelers rather
than anything else
The Benders lived in a frame house
about twenty feet long and sixteen
feet wideOne room was divided by I
a canvas partition drawn tightly over
upright ccantlinge This partition
was the death trap The victim ww
decoyed to a seat near the canvas
Kate behind tho canvas would rend
or tho victim senseless with a ham
mer If tho blow was not fatal the
old man followed with blows on the
temple Then the throat was cut
After the hody vac robbed It was
thrown into tho cellar through a
blind door After tho family flo1
nine bodies wore found on tho place I
The murder of Dr York of Inde
pendence led to the undoing of tile
murderers HIs brother A M York
of Fort Scott Instituted a search and
found the nine bodies on the Bender
place including that of his brother
Tho fato of the Bender family has
definitely known At
noven been
various times persons who have
claimed to have been members of a
who pursued the family hav
posse given out statements SOil lave
said that tho entire family wag killed
others have stated that Kate scaped
SENATOR ACQUITTED
ScattlflMay 5St110 Senator Jan I
W Brjnn was acquitted by a Jury in
L
I
the superior court of KiUap county
last night on tho charge of perjury pre
ferred against him In connection with
an affidavit made by Senator Bryan
reflecting on Judge John B Yakey of
tho Kltsap superior court
PER CAPITA CIRCULATION
HAS DECREASED 42 CENTS
Washington May Estimating
that tho population of the United
States on May 2 was 00121000 the
treasury figures that the per capita
circulation of money on that date was
53445 Thb Is a loss for tho month
of April of 12 cents andIs explained
by the large exports ot gold during
1 that month amounting to about 30
000000 The amount of money In cir
culation on May 2 was 8104547273
I CANADA liAS A
iREA FUTURE
Ottawa Ont May 5In prorogu
ing the Canadian parllamont yester
day Early Grey lrnorseneral
said
Tho measure for tho establish
mcnt of a naval service which has
become of pressing necessity in view
of the extraordinary advance of Can
ada as a nation within Uio British
empire is the crowning development
of a policy which was anticipated from I I
the earliest days of confederation
Continuing ho said
Study of the people and the na
tional resources of the dominion con
vinces me that perhaps before tho
close of tho present century will be
come not only the granary but tho
heart and soul and rudder of the em
pire
SNAG STRUCK IN
TUE I6 fl DT
San Francisco May GLoca fls
Liana is much disappointed over tho
failure of the fight officials to agree at
yesterdays conference on a referee
for the Jeffries Johnson battle Wheth
or an agreement will be reached by
May 16 to which date further formal
consideration of the vexing question
was postponed remains to bo seen
Only ono thing Is clear the formld
able nnng that has been struck In tho
negotiations
Yesterdays conference was a grim
wrangle throughout but there was
ono rift in the storm clouds of acri
monious debate that caused a good
laugh Sam Bergor had told Promoter
Jack Gleason that ho would not hold
the club down to a choice from only
two candidates on each side as stipu
lated in the articles of agreement
Ill name you twenty declared Jef
fries manager
Yes countered Jack Johnson
and Ill name fifty but you wont
havo one of thorn
Why not queried Bergor
Because theyre all smokes re
plied tho negro flashing his golden
smile
Jt looks now as If Californians were
out of the running In the referee han
dicap and as if there Is a good chance
for an easterner to be selected Ed
die Smith and Charley Eyton who are
preferred by the Jeffries contingent
are persona non grata to the Johnson
faction and the latters choice Jack
Welch or Eddie Granoy are in equal
disfavor with tho opposing camp I
Johnson said yootorday thai he
would not begin training until a week
from Sunday Since the negros ar
rival the betting odds havo changed
slightly Jeffries quotations now road
ing 10 to 7 instead of the original 10
to C figures
Ben Lomond Calif May 6Jlmu
Jeffries was up and about early this
morning eager to plunge into his
training work The break occasioned
by his visit to Oakland to fetch his
wife is regretted by the big fighter
and ho says he is anxious tq make
up tho lost time
Nothing more to worry about
now was tho greeting Joffrlop gave
the newspaper men who were await
ing at the station his return from
Oakland I wont atop any more for
anything unless I feel that Im getting
Into condition too fast
Jeffries evidently Is not fretting
over tho referee question and seems
willing to shift all the burden of that
matter to Sam Mergers ample ohould
ers
ROLLER = Z Y ZKO
MATCH MAY 30
Chicago May 5 Zbynzko the
Polish wrestler who Is to meet Frank
Glitch here May 30 for tho worlds
catch as catcb can title was matched
yesterday with Dr B F Roller of
Seattle for a finish match In Buffalo
T it plat 1G which just
Elves Zbyszko time to return to this
I cue requirements of
the articles of agreement with Gotch
which call for his prbaence hero by
that time
Roller and Zbyazkn wore tp have
met here last Friday night but a
threatened attack of bloqd poisoning
prevented the match and sent Holler
to the hospital He was discharged
from that institution yesterday
I
KNAPP HAS STARTED I EAST
4 t
San Francisco May 5Spcclal
Prosecutor JameeR Knapp who as
Rioted In tho local Investigation of
the sugar companies yesterday com
pleted his worKof compiling evidence
taken during the Inquiry Just closed
and will leave for New York today
From New York he will transmit to
Attorney General Wlckersham n re
port or the results of the Investigation
Knapp intimated In nn Interview that
the Pacific coast Inquiry has not yet
been completed J
SCIENTIST FOUND MANY
DEEP SEA MONTROSITIES
San Francisco May GArtor a tiM
tymonths cruise In Philippine waters
with a party of scientist who discov
ered It Is reported many now deep
sea monstrosities the fish and game
commissions expedition returned here
yesterday on the steamor Albatross
Only a few minor specimens were
brought hack on tho vessel all the im
portant ones have been shipped direct
from Manila to the Smithsonian Insti
tute The Albatross went as far south
as the Celebes Islands and visited
hundreds of harbors and Inlets in the
archipelago lying between Luzon and
Borneo
TERRIBLE
DISASTERI
Lives of 185 Men Are i
Lost in a Coal
Mine
I
Birmingham Ala May 5An ex
plosion In the mines of tho Palos Coal
and Coke company 30 miles from
Birmingham this afternoon at 1 I
oclock killed It Is believed between
150 and 180 men The first found
dead was 150 feet from he entrance
of the mines The chief state in
spector and first aid lo Injured so
ciety members have rushed to the
place A special train baij left Blnn 1
Ingham J
A later report gays 18o men were
In tho Palos mine and arc dead
STUDENT BUILDS
LAR6E AOPLANE
New York May SJPhllJn Wilcox
a Columbia university student and
former president ofJlie Columbia Aero
club who has been working 1C months
on a hjDl 1 f thrFarman type
fiascomp irutCit flip > tratructlon of his
flyer and will next wock install a
sixtyhorsepower eightcycllndcr mo
tor
The aeroplane is somewhat larger
than the types thus far used In this
country and If successful will bo
limo most powerful in the United
States Trial flights will be attempt
ed at the Aero club grounds at Min
cola L L within a fortnight
The machine incorporates not only
Wllcoxs ideas of what a successful
aeroplane should be but also several
innovations suggested bj student
theorists In Yale Amhcrst and uni
versities df Pennsylvania Virginia
aud Chicago
WORLDS MARKETS
CONTINUED ACTIVE DEMAND I
FOR ALL STOCKS
I
New York May 5There was con
tinned active demand for stocks at
the opening of trade today and prices
advanced throughout with the excep
tion of an Initial sale of Union Pacific
at a decline of 14 This was imme
diately followed by a transaction In
2000 shares at 12 point higher
The demand for stocks was urgent
and broad and there was a further
advanco all along tho line The mar i
ket was quieter at 11 oclock and tho
prices wore lower
After rising further the market be
gan to show further hesitation and
Amalgamated Copper was forced 1 ll
and American Smelting 1 below last
night and others a fraction to a point
below the beat Lack of confirmation I
of yesterdays reports of bonds abroad
was folt but credence In the reports
kept the undertone ofthe market firm
Bonds were Irregular
Chcago Livestock
Chicago May 5 Cattle Receipt
estimated at 10000 market steady to
lOc higher Beeves 5GO6t0 Tex
as steers 900 > 620 western steers
lS5ig > 085 stockers and feeders
3906 CG5 cows and heifers 27n < g >
730 calves aGO860
Hogs Receipts estimated at IS I
000 market 1520c higher Light
935 < fi 902 12 mixed 930 96712
heavy 930070 rough 9303 > 91D
good to choice heavy 945970
pigs JSOSfpOSS bulk of sales 94553
9C3
Sheep Receipts estimated at 4000
market steady Native 4257SO
western 450j > 780 yearlings J7GO
SSIG lambs native 725900
western 7250910
Omaha Livestock
Omaha May 5CaltlcRecelpUl
3100 market strong Native steers
5575igi775 rows and heifers 37btr
G75 western steer 350700
stockers and feeders 360G75
calves 12582o
Hogs Receipts G300 market loo I
higher Heavy 2205935 mixed
910920 light > 9000925 pigs
800flOO bulk 4910925
Sheep Receipts 2500 market
strong YearJIiiKP H501f800 wclh
ero 25i85 Rives iOO770
lambs BGO940
Chicago Produce
Chicago flay 5 ButterSteady
creameries 24 < 028cr dairies 222Cc
Eggs Steady firsts 19c prime
firsts 20c
Cheese Steady dairies u 24 W15
young Americas USHI long
horns 14 12 ft 14 31
I BALLINGER
ON STAND
I
Contradicts Two State
ments Made by Sec
retary Garfield
Washington May Secretary Bal
linger took the stand today to corn
I plete hIs direct testimony In tho Bal
llngerPInchot Investlkatlon
The Inquiry has now reached Its
morft Interesting stage tho crossex
animation of Mr Balllngcr by the at
torneys for the prosecution
Lowls Brandels attorney for Glavls
will be tho first to take the witness
in hand He will question Mr Bal
linger about his connection with the
Cunningham coal claims and his pro
fessional and official relations with
the claimants At least three days
are expected to he occupied In tho
crossexamination of tho secretary
and ho mar not be excused until Fri
day or Saturday of next week
For more than un hour the commit
tee questioned Mr Balllngcr this
morning about the methods pursued
In entering new reclamation pro
jects It was brought out that many
of the states had not had their equit
able share of these projects
Senator Flint sought to ascertain
who wns responsible for this condi
tion Tho witness admitted that prob
ably former Secretary Hitchcock un
der whoso administration most of the
existing projects were Initiated was
responsible and not Director Newell
of the reclamation service Mr Davis
was at that time chief of the service
A long discussion among members
of the committee ensued as to the
feasibility of various reclamation pro
JocLa Mr Flint wanted to know If It
were not a fact that a great many of
tho projects had been Initiated with
out regard to their feasibility but in
order to give various states their pro
portion of the money they had paid
Into th t reclamation fund through the
sale of public Kinds Mr Balllnger
was not able to give a direct answer
but said In answer to a question by
Attorney Vertrees that ho had not
been able to got either of the officials
of the reclamation service to express
any doubt as to the feasibility of any
projects
Mr Balllnger contradicted two
statements made bv Secretary Gar
field In his letter of November G 1909
President TafL In that letter
which is In evidence Mr Garfield said
that the cooperative certificate plan
of tho reclamation service had been
approved by tho senate committee on
Irrigation and Mr nalllngor read a
certificate from the secretary of that
committee stating that a careful
search of the minutes of the commit
tee slnco 1903 had failed to show any
reference to the cooperative certifi
cate plan
In tho same letter Mr Garfield told
the President that Secretary Balliu
ger had Instructed Director Newell
and Engineer Davis of the reclama
tion service to make the restoration of
lands withdrawn under Garfield slow
ly In order not to reflect on tho pre
louR administration Mr Balllngor
said ho gave no such order and re
called that no such suggestion had
boon made
If there was any suggestion con
tinue Mr Balllnger It was at tho
instance of Mr Newell in a letter to
Senator LaFollettc suggesting such a
course The fact Is that restoration
was not made slowly but was made in
tho course of two or three weeks as
fast as they came down from tho re
clamation service It was not a fair
and truthful statement I had no do
alro to reflect on the previous admin
istratlon however and did what I
could to avoid It
LAND WAS HELD BY
KlNLESS INDIAN
Washington May GA kinless and
wellnigh friendless dead Indian Hair
Forehead Brown by name stands In
the clear title to tho land sold
within tho great TruckeeCar
son irrigation project In Nevada
vnda and Secretary Balllnger by di
rection of the President has submit
ted to the house a bill designed to
blaze the way by cancelling Hair
Foreheads patent
Mo So To Bo for this IB the Pa
hutfis Indian name was allotted num
ber S on tho public domain in tho
Carson land district He died and the
25year period In which the land has
been held In trust has not expired
Both the President and Secretary Bal
linger believe that In the case of tho
dcathof an Indian allottee during the
trust period without heirs the equit
able title In the allotment reverts to
the United States vesting thereby full
title In the government tnder n
otatnto of limitations It was felt that
tho Pahutes title could not be can
celled without congressional author
ity
THREEYEAROLD CHILD IS
KILLED IN A FALL
Now York May 4A fall down
three long flights of steps In a tene
ment house caused the death In Gnu I
veneer hospital early today of three
year old Michael Sextbn The child
was playing on a narrow landing at I
thndogr Of tho parents apartments
o0tho first floor and slipped over the I
trip atop not atoppiup until he had
oiimpod all the way to the foot of tho
lust night HB + kull was fractured
TWO MORE ENGLISH
LIGHTWEIGHTS COMING
t
Now York May iTwo more Eng I
lish llBhtwelghts are on their way
to l hue country looking for now laur
els They are Bob Delaney a com
J
paratlvo nowcomer and Digger Stan
I ley the English bantamweight cham
pion Delaney seeks a match with
Abe Attell and Stanley is after Johnny
Coition scalp
HEN WITH BLACK EGGS
Norwich N Y May 5Frank J
Dtdrich a farmer of Oxford N Y
has dovoloped breed of hen which
lays black eggs He produced this
result he says by feeding the hens
with fine coal dust The shells have
been analyzed and are found to con
tain particles of coal dust
According to Dedrlch experiments
are being made to determine fho value
of tho eggs as fuel
FAVORITES WIN AT AQUEDUCT
New York May 6In eighty races
run at Aqueduct thus far this season
fiftyfour of the favorites have been
successful Turfmen consider this
adherence to form remarkable for the
time of the year and cite It as fur
ther proof that racing Is cloaner than
ever before
I
BURGLARS
ARE BOLD
Dynamite a Safe and
Warn Back the
Curious
Newell W Va May Highway
men entered the office building of the
I North Amorican Manufacturing com
pany at 230 thla morning blow a safe
I with dynamite and hold up the en
the community that had been sum
moned by tho commotion
Four masked men were Implicated
While two were Inside a third was
In the corridor of the building and
the fourth stood guard At tho street
entrance
When the safe was blown tho
charge startled occupants of the
buildings on either Hide As they
t rushed Into the streets the burglar
on guard ordered them back at tho
j point of a gun and when they re
j turned with arms the robbers had
I fled
fledPolice
Police of five communities and pos
sessed with bloodhounds are on tho
trail
PORTO RICO AS A
PLEASURE ijROUND
New York May 5All thai Porto
Rico needs to draw a swarm oC tour
ists is a big hotel and all that stands
In the way of a hotel is the consent
of congress This is the opinion of
Col George It Colton who Is In Now
York preparing to sail for his post
next Saturday t
Porto Rico is tho best equipped
winter resort in the western hemis
I phere except for the lack of hotels
says Governor Colton It has 12000
I miles of the best sort of automobile
I loads running through beautiful coun
try and If we can have a firstclass
hotel at San Juan Porto Rico wo
will start next winter as a rival of
Jamaica tho Bahamas Florida and
southern California Lust year 7000
tourists visited the Island but they
stayed on the average only eight
hours because there was no way of
housing them
A bill Is pending In Washington au
thorizing the President to convey cer
tain federal lands in the center cT
San Juan bay to Porto Rico so that
they may be sold for the erection of
n halfmillion dollar hotel
CONVICT LABOR ON
MONTANA HIGHWAYS
HELENA Mont May LTlJe state
hoard of prison commissioners today
inaugurated the system of using con
I vict labor on public highways and In
the manufacture of brick for addition
al buildings at the state prison
I FAMOusrniTTER
FAMOUS TROTTER SOLD FOR 105
London May 5Gold King tho
American bred horse at one time a
famous trotter In tho United States
known as the guldcless wonder has
been sold here for 105
fOREiGNERS
VACCINATED i I i
SeventeenYearOld Boy
With Smallpox Is t
i
the Cause
Philadelphia May 5A seventeen
yearold immigrant boy suspected ot
having smallpox caused 2700 passant +
ers to bo vaccinated on the North
German Lloyd steamer Main lost
night and early today Tho Main ar t
rived sere yesterday form Bromon t I
with 2305 immigrants and 35 cabin
passengers As the passengers were V
disembarking word como that the boy
possibly had smallpox Eight hun
dred Immigrants who had departed I
on a Baltimore i Ohio special wore
Intercepted and bronchi back to tho I
ship during the night and 175 other 1
new comers were rounded up In tho
streets in the southern part of tho
city and also returned to tho Main
Every one had to submit to vac
cination including the captain ot tho i
ship and his crow
The quarantine was lifted today
FAIRBANKS HAD TO >
FLEE FROfil1101Et f
ft i
Chicago May 5Former Vice
President Chnrles W Fairbanks bish
ops of various denominations minis J
ters of UK gospel and more than a i
hundred delegates to the lions Na I
tional Millenary congress together
I
with other guests were routed from
the lobby of the Congress hotel last 1
night when Oriental snuff was scat i
tered by some one whom the house I
officers failed to find Soon after Mr 1
Fairbanks entered the lobby limo
sneezing and couching began Tho t
lobby was deserted and tho guests did
not return until the entire room had t
been given a thorough airing
t
A RIOT IS 1
I
TUREATENrD 1
Families of Coal Miners
Are Said to Be
t
Starving t
Danville His May 5Three hun t
dred minors of this city marched on j
tho South Wostvllle coal mines toddy j
declaring they would drive out of till 4
mines teu men that had returned to f
work pending an agreement between
the strikers and their omployers A t I
riot is threatened
Many families In the district are
said to be starving because of tho 1
shut down of the mines i
The sheriff organized a posse to f
start immediately for tho scene of the I r
trouble I tJ
OFFICER IS 4RRESTED i 1
ON SERIOUS CHARGE i
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PROVO la7 = Heher Gladhill a
special police officer of American j
Fork who Is hero as a witness In tho t l
case of the city of Provo against The
odore Nicholas was arrested last
night on two serious charges and has
hen arraigned and waived his prelim I
inary hearing
The complaint against Gladhlll
which was sworn to by George T I
Judd charges him with criminal as Q
sault on one count nnd with indecent j 4
assault on another counL In each i
case the > alleged victim is a girl 13 i
yearn old
Gladhill was released upon securing
bonds In the sum of 1000 He is 1
married and has two children and
heretofore had an excellent reputa I
tion 1 1 I
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I i Ogden +
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I Guess Ogden City has a Population of j
According to the U S Census taken in the month of April j
I 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 Oansus I
Director announces the population of Ogden MAY 5 1910 +
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i Uow Big Is Weber ct DtyI 4 r
I guess Weber County has a Population of I
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 One 1
Director announces the population of Weber County
1 MAY 5 1910
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