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The Evening Papa Is the Paper l WEATHER FORECAST f
flheEven1r1 Tbs Morning f iffl tanbarb WEATHER WILL BE CLOUDY TONIGHT
Paper of Yesterday t FAIR AND COOLER I i
Bite Children and Drive
Away Dogs From the I
f Garbage Dumps
Summit N J May lZRnlstwo
million or so of them which lufest
the city garbage dumps threaten to
overrun the residential sections of
Summit and the board of health has
appealed to experts In New York CItj
to provide a means for their extermin I
ation The serious nature of the visi
tation was called forcibly to the at
JII tention of the authorities by a recent
report from a school principal to the
I r nfToct that children In an outlying su
I burban section haw been making long
I detours on thoir way to school bo
CSUBC of their fear of bring bitten by
the rodents
The estimate that the total num
iI ber of rats reacliOH two million Is
based on an mllmatc made by a mem
I I ber of the board of health after a
i personal Innpoctlou One of the rats
i I Keen recently by city employes Is re
ported to be fully two feet long and
many of tho others are said to have
attained phenomenal size
I Tho dumps are in an abandoned
railway cut Three sides are Inaccessible
cessible but on tho side away from j
the city the cut Is open ami no ono I
dares approach unarmed from that I
direction The rats havo driven away j
the stray curs that used to get their I
living at the dumps and tho scarcity
I of wandering dogs has left the dog
I warden without a job The authori
I ties are unwilling to spread poison on
the refuse because of the danger that j
the rats would spread Into nearby
houses and stables to die I
Seen by Roosevelt in
One of the Suburbs
of Berlin
Berlin May 13lIr Roosqvplt In i
= company with Burgomaster Klrsch I
ncr motored this morning to Buch a I
suburb whero a colony of 1600 worn I
out workers men and women nro
maintained In relative comfort at the I
expense of the city of Berlin The
subject of public departments Is ho
I ing pursued by the former president
I who while in Denmark investigated
a similar Institution I
The public charges at Buch are
I made up of the aged the Infirm and
I those temporarily Incapacitated for i
work They nro not only supported i
but In case of sickness given medical
treatment p
Returning to the city Mr Roose I
I velt wag the guest at luncheon of Am I
f bassador Hill at the American em I
bat w The luncheon party was a I
larco one i
Other guests of Mr Hill were Count
I Zeppelin Bernard Dermburg secre
tary of state for the colonies Paul
Breltenbaeh minister of state and
public works Reinhold Sydow min
ister of commerce Herr Delbrueck
vice chancellor and minister of tho
Interior Herr Von Arnlm Krlewon
minister of agriculture General Lee
r weufeld commander of the guards I
corps Privy Councilor Goldberger
I Prince Von Rcuthen S S McClure
Lawrence F Abbott and several par
liamentary leaders
St Louis May 13 Timing his move
ments In tamping a dynamite change
1 at the workbciiRo rock quarry last
night Walter Meyers a prisoner ef
fected his escape in a unique man
ner by igniting the charge just as I
an iron mountain train whizzed by
He jumped on the train atuld the
confusion caused by the explosion and 1
o successful was his plan that he car
nod It out without being shot at b
an of the four guards on duty
Chicago May 13A special from
Washington says
J A reduction In the size of the pap jr
money of the United States will iw
made If Secretary of the Treasury
i MacVcaigh accepts recommendations
that will be made to him within a
few weeks by a committee of treas I
ury officials appointed to investigate
i this and other proposed reforms
The object of the proposed changn
IB to supply the country with a size
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c g
II G Falrabult Minn May 1C 0 I
0 Bert Sperry his three children o
O and their grandmother were 0
O burned to death III a lire which C I
C destroyed their homo hero to 0
O day Mrs Sperry and two chil O
O dren were saved 0
o 01
of currency more convenient for hnndl
Ing and to save the government I
OOOO a year In paper and engrav
S ne now sized banknote to be
recommended is about onefourth m
ar e as the notes now III circulation
The present notes arc of a size
that has been tho standard for gene
An experiment of the advantages of
the changes has been made with the I
Philippine island currency which Ir
engraved at the treasury The Phil
ippine banknote is about onefourth
the size of the American banknote
and Is extremely attractive In appear
On account of the smaller size five
Instead of four notes can be engrav
ed on a page of currency note paper
and this In addition to tho economy of
paper means a tremendous saving
The Parasites in Seattle
Number 700 or
800 Men
Seattle Wash May IJhThcre arc
between 700 and SOt men in Seattle
who live from the revenue of the
whlto slave traffic almost all of whom
could bo reached by the state courts
If proper efforts wero made
This statement was mado yester I
day by United States District Attor
ney Elmer E Todd In discussing the
disclosures made by tho federal grand
jury which adjourned Wednesday
Hit was established by the grand
Jury said Mr Todd that the fed
eral government has gone as far as
the law will allow It Is now up to
tho state authorities who with ample
latitude could break up thin busi
ness In short order
Now York May it Opoulng deal I
ings In stocks today were meager and
the price rhanges were confined to I
small fractions mostly declines The
market offered no fnature of InteresL
Profound neglect marked the dealing
and no feature of Interest presented
Itself Sales of the western rtillroad
stocks were made In the firnt hour
holders becoming discouraged by the
lack of sympathy shown by the stand
ard clocks with the bidding up of
special issues Union Pacific South
ern Pacific Chicago Great Western
preferred and Allis Chalmers lost one
and Bethlehem Steel preferred SIL
Bonds were irregular
Chicago Livestock
Chicago May 1J Cattle Receipts
estimated at 2000 market steady
Beeves oSOaSTO Texas steers fiOOa
650 western ulcers 510a730 stock
ers and feeders iOOaGTO cows and
heifers 2SOa710 calves 550a73D
Hogs Receipts estimated at 15
000 market strong Light 9IOa070
mixed I0a970 heavy 935a970
rough 935a9ln good to choice heavy
ftl5a70 pigs 900a9 CO bulk of sales
Sheep Receipts estimated at 6000
market weak Native I25u9i0 west
ern I50a765 yearlings 700aS2l >
lambs native 92Ga935 western 760a
Omaha Livestock
Omaha May 13CaltleRecelllLc
1300 slow to steady native steers
GOOaSOC western S375aG75 cows
and heifers 75a775 stockers and
feeders 30a650 calves i500a
HogsReceipts JIOO 5c higher
Heavy 930a937 12 mixed 92na
9IJO light 920a932 12 pigs 800
a900 bulk of sales 2Da932 12
Sheep Receipts 1300 Steady fed
muttons 7001775 wethers 5G50n
775 owes 5Ta675 lambs 775a
Sugar and Coffee
Now York May 1SuarRaw
steady muscovado 371 centrifugal
90 test SI2G molasses sugar 89 test
349 Refined steady
COFFEE Spot quiet No 7 RIo
S 38 No 1 Santos 9 II
Chicago Produce
Chicago May 13Butter steady
creameries 23a27 dairies 21a25
Eggs steady firsts IS 12 prime
firsts 19
Cheese steady daisies Hal
young Americas 15
T R Reed In erecting residence
on Twentyeighth street between d
ams and Jefferson avenues that will
cost unwards of160ll
Excavation work has begun on the
noy business block of Joseph Carl
son on Twentyfourth street between
Lincoln and Wall avrmes This
hulldln will cost in tho neighborhood
of 55000
Excavation on the David Manic bus
iness block on Twentyfifth street
between Grant and Lincoln avenues
Is nearIng completion and the cement
layers will soon begin the foundation
and bascmenL
Carpenters arc doing the finishing
touches on the Houtz business block
on Twentyfifth street between Wash
ington and Grant avenues and the
place will ho occupied by a shoe can
S cern by tho first of June J
Fight Managers Are Un I
able to Come to an
Agreement I
San Francisco May 13 Though
Promoter Tex RIcknrd Is plainly np
prehonnlvo that tho opposing fight
factions may not be able to agree on
ii referee at Mondays final confer
ence both Johnson and his manager
Georgn Little profess confidence In
a settlement of tho problem on the
appointed dnto Johnson said last
nlsht that lu was certain to put one
of his own choice In the muchmooted
place Intimating that Jeffries would
give In but reports from Bun Jomond
fall far short of bearing out the ne
pro champions sanguine expectation
Jeffries apparently Is MR firmly re
solved to ntnnd by his own selectIon
as Johnson la by his and unless the
situation clears surprisingly In tho I
Interval the Indications all point to
a deadlock at the mooting I
Sam Uerser Is expected UII from
Ben Lomond late today and Richard I
Is planning to wring about a prelim
inary conference between Jeffries
manager and Johnson in the hope i
of adjusting the difficulty I
S I believe said Richard that if
I can get thoac two together before
Monday that they will como to an I
agreement There IB no reason why 1
they should not decide on a California <
man Californians have boon refer
eeinjj most of the championship fights
for the last ten years and I am
strong for having one of them this
timeNo H I
No change in Johnsons daily pro
gram of light training has been an J
nounced i
Ben LoruondCal May laTo
give San Franciscos prizefight en
thusiasts an opportunity to look him i
over and note he improvement that I
weeks of training hero have wrought
In his condition Jim Jeffries ac 1
cording to a plun arranged by Mana I
ger forger will run up to the city I
May 27 and appear in a cparing bout I
that evening Harsh crltlcl a of Jef I
fries Indifference to Sunday visitors
to Ben Lomond who on several oc
casions have been disappointed by the I
big fellows failure to exhibit him
self In action is bellced to have
something to do with the scheme to
hold the San Francisco exhibition
Berger reiterates his announce
ment of a few days ago that hereafter
Jeffries will positively perform for the
benefit of Ben Lomond excursionists
every Sunday afternoon
Jeffries has decided to paclc Ills
weekday activities from now on Into
morning hours Wednesday will be I I
his weekly lay off from the training
grind and trips to surrounding places
of Interest will be arranged for tho I
holiday Next Wednesday Jnffrles will
organIze a party he pays for motor
trip to Santa Cruz and a launch ride
to the fishing grounds near that city
J wsn ARE BE tGIlY1
Kiev Russia May 13Ihe expul
sion of Jews residing Illegally In Kiev
will be resumed tomorrow In some
instances a delay has been granted
to permit a settlement of other affairs
The order was Issued as the result
of an agitation which began In the
Duma and originally provided that the
expulsion should take place on April I
28th Subsequently the order was
suspended by Premier Stolypin to per I
mit a further examination of Jewish
claims of residence
The order applies to other cltlps and
towns where Jews are residing with
out tho pale and the local commis
sions wore appointed to revise the
list of those affected by tho order
with tho expectation that a larsc pro
portion could be allowed to remain undisturbed
The Kiev commission has consider
ed thus far about 1000 discs of
which 850 have been found to be sub
ject to expulsion The governor gen
eral has reviewed the decisions of tho
commission and confirmed the expul
sion of 700 of those listed
The Jews remaining in Kiev will bo
allowed to occupy summer villas out
side the city only through special per
mission granted In individual cases
CHICAGO May 12 Twenty fire
men overcome by gas while fighting
flames In a basement at 214 Wabash I
avenue lato today wore rescued by I
others at tho risk ot their own lives i
A number of the rescuers were
burned as tho bodies of two uncon I
scious firemen were being dragged I
Into the street
o o
O 0
0 Trinidad Colo May 13 0
O The body of the seventyfourth 0
O victim of the Prlmero mine dis 0
O aster of January 31st rccov 0 I
O rored today by workmen cngog 0
0 cd in cleaning up the work 0
o Ings was Identified by means 0 I
o 1ot the brass mine check as that 0
C of Anton Swrlna tv Slav driver 0
o er The bodies of two vic 0
o tims are yet unrecovered 0 i <
o 0
0c 0 00 00 b o o o o o 0
premature although events certainly
tend In that direction The Insurrec
tion is not serious being nothing
more than scattered brigandage
Viscount Sonc the resident general
Is expected to resign owing to ill
health and tho Japanese newspapers
state that the choiCe of his successor
will likely fall between General Vis
count Turruchi and Admiral Count
Tho statements la some papers that
Chlrstian missionaries have been
I guilty of intrigue against Japanese in
Korea are unfounded and are depre
cated by the Japanese officials Mr
Sldmoro says
Work Is progressing on the Muk
donAntunc railroad and the plem
for tho big steel bridge across the I
Yalu aro In hut thore is some delay
over the question of jurisdiction with
eath Penalty for the I
Doctor Would Be a
Double Tragedy
Kansas City MayiS13y tonight
tho jury which is to decide the fate
of Dr B C Hyde accused of mur
der and poisoning In connection with
the monumental Swope mystery will
have retired to consider Its verdict
Attorneys believed thnt the final
four arguments two by the state and j
two by the dcfIJnsewfllbe deliv I
ered within the regular court hours
today If this is not accomplished
Judge Lathshaw said today a night
session will he hold For more than
four weeks the Jurymen have been 1
locked up and ns the weather Is
ment warm they are tiring of their confine j
I Perhaps this will prove Friday the
thirteenth for the accused physici
i an However ho docs not think so
I I shall be acquitted he said this
I morning
I A session of court was held last
I night to permit Attorney John Y At
I wood to speak for the state The larg
est crowd that has attended during 1
I the trial was prosent
I Mr Atwoods chief
effort was toward I
1 explaining the testimony of the ex
pert witnesses In bohalf of tho state 1
I but he also made an extended disser
tation on tho veracity of the members
of the Swppo family whoJiad lcsL I
fled against Dr Hyde His painting 1
of Dr Illle was that of scientific I
polaoner wisely criminal and crim
I nail wise
Attorney R R Brewstcr represent
ing Dr Hyde began his address to
the Jury this morning He pictured
the home life of the accused physicl
I an
The infliction of the death penal
ty he said means not only death
to the defendant but probable death
to the wife of the accused man
Special counsel for the state and j
the foreign chemists were assailed
Mr Brewster spok with much feel I
ing about newspaper Intervlow giv
en out by states attorneys before the
trial started and he drew a repri
mand from the court
This case Is not being tried on the
newspaper accounts said Judge
Not only that but he is not speak
ing the truth responded Attorney
Proceed said the court
Now York May 13 Twelve fast
cars manned by noted drivers will
start at S oclock tonight in the first
24hour race ot the season at the
Brighton Beach motordrome hero It
will be the first speed contest in New
York this year
The contesting cars with their
crows are as follows
Stearns No1 Ralph Mulford and
Cyrus Patschke
Stearns No 2 Frank Dearborn and
Ray Howard
Buick No 1 Louis Chevrolet and
Arthur Chevrolet
Buick No2 Robert Burman aud
George DeWitt
Marion Lois Stranff and J Ander
Cole W Endicolt and L Edmonds
HouptRockwcll Montague Roberta
and Stanley Martin
Simplex George Robertson and Al
Fiat Ralph DcPaluia and E II
Seldon George Mack and Thomas
Rainier Louis Disbrow and Wally
CroxtonKeolon C Spinney and
C H Lund I
Seven cars entered have appeared
in previous 24hour races and tho oth
er five are comparative newcomers In
longdistance racing The Colo Sel
den and CroxtonKeelon have never
been soon In track competition and
two the HouptRockwell and the Mar
ion are really trying their speed In
competition for the first time
The contest represents a prelimin
ary outlay of 101000 by makers and
promoters Confidence wai expressed
today that with favoring weather con
ditions > a record of more than 1200
miles an avorasc of fifty miles an
hourwould be set b > > tn < > winners
The present record fr 1 hours Is 1
19G miles C
Victoria B CMay 13 George M
Sidmoro of Wisconsin consulgeneral
at Seoul Korea arrived yesterday on
the Kama Kura Maru from Yoko
hama He says that I he reports of
annexation ol Korea by Japan were
Millions of Cubic Yards
of Earth Have Been
Washington May IS On May 7
the sixth year of American construc
tion of the Pauumx canal ended and
tho canal record has presented an In
I teresting review of what has been ac
complished Altogether 105888072
cubic yards of earth and rock hae
boeu removed This leaves to he tak
en out of the water approaches to the
canal < 29212062 cubic yards of mater
ial while tho ntcam shovels have to
dig out3SS27C17 yards of solid earth
and rock
The Culobra cut presents the hard
est problem for there remains to he
excavated In that miniature mountain
I range 1128846 cubic yards but as
thin Is being carried off at the rate of
12 0000 yards per month the cud will
soon be In sight
WJUlc Jill this excavation Is going
on rapid work la being done In the
construction of the great dams and
locks of the canal and It is estimat
ed that by June 1 an average of 2HOO
cubic yards ot concrote will be laid
oach day
Aslrifl from an accident at Lakeside
yesterday wherein an Austrian la
borer had his two legs broken and
was brought to the general hospital
In this city for treatment an accident
to a work train In charge of Con I
ductor Jensen and Engineer Schoer
ditched an engine tender and two flat
cars C E Lowls employed ns a fire
man on the work train engine Jumped
from the locomotive and landed In a
UtocTtpllr sustaining injuries of a
minor chnracter which will keep him
JMathflociiL railroad hospital for an
indefinite period 5
New York May 1LA bagful of
antique Spanish Jewelry valued at be I
tween 10000 and 20000 is In the
hands of the customs authorities hero I
today as too result of a seizure mode I
by a deputy stiryovor from Nicholas i
Morales a Nicaraguan ranch owner
SIgnor Morales and his wife came I
Into port yesterday on the steamship
Colon They declared about 3000 of
Jewelry mont of which Mrs Morales I
wore and they wore about to proceed
to an uptown hotel for a two weeks
stay before sailing for Europe when
the customs men discovered a little
package which aroused his sus
lie found In the package a brilliant
display of Jewelry not down In the
declaration The lot Included a large I
cross sot with a big diamond and
eleven small ones A collarlike neck
lace contained 22 large and 87 small
diamonds two bracelets with 13
stones a medallion brooch with 51
diamonds and a pair of diamond ear
SIgnor Morales explained that he
was taking tho Jewelry to Paris t
he remounted for a friend inJ stzted
that he did not know It was neces
sary for him to declare jewelry be
longing to some one else and which
was merely In transit Ho was In
fqrmcd that he might have avoided
trouble by having the jewelry put lu
bond He will appeal to the secre
tary of the trea3ur > for the release f
the Jewelry
DnV8on Yukon Territory May 13
The Ice on the Yukon river broke up
in front ol Dawson yesterday after
noon and thousands of dollars wag
ered on the tlmo of this event chang
ed hands One hundred tons of sup
plies wero caught on Lake La Bnrso
and as the Inn is too soft to permit
the use of horHOP dog teams are be I
ing used to carry them oft before all
the Ire goes out
Tho first Hteamer from the upper
Yukon for Dawson will start Saturday
Tho first flotilla of small boots bring
inp tho advance guard rushing lu for
sprlnjr work passed Hootallnquti yes
terday Tho DnvHoa provision market
Is depleted except for potatoes on
IOUK eggs lenionB oranges a little
ham bacon aud sugar
San Francisco May JlrTho Call
says today I
Negotiations looking to the merg
Inp of tho western Interests of the
American Telephone Telegraph
company have been in progress bore
for tho last two days It is under
fiWjd that preliminary steps have
boon taken toward tho absorption of
a number of small Independent com
panies In the western and northwest
ern slates with the ultimate idea of
consolidating the great companies
that operate from Minnesota to Cali
At the conference here thore wcre
present H B Tbuyer of New York
president of the American Telephone
Telegraph company H V Lane
of Salt Lake president of the Rocky
Mountain Bell Telephono company
F C Nelson of St Paul vice presi
dent of the TrlStatf3 Telephone
Telegraph company and Henry T
Scott of San Francisco president of I
tho Pacific Telephone Telegraph
company The visiting magnates left
the city last night but will return
later in the week whim they will be
joined by Bolvldere Brooks of New
York general manager of the West
ern talon Telegraph company
Horrible Scene at the
I Hanging of a
Walla Walls Wash May 13
Moaning For Gods sake take mo up
and drop me again boys Richard
Quinn a wife murderer of Everett
Wash dangled and slowly strangled
to death It being twentytwo and a
half minutes from the time the trap
was sprung until ho was taken down
The horror was no fault of the hang
men The cords In the back of Quinn
neck were abnormally largo and he
held his head back and tensed the
muscles as the trap was sprung At
londanlK were startled when Quinn
legs began to twitch and then horri
fied by his groan of Boys this Is aw
ful and For Gods sake take me up
and drop me again boys
He was able to unbuckle the straps
about bin arms and drop them to the
ground After a moment his words
became inarticulate and shortly ho
ceased to sway and died after 22
Quinrf was the thirteenth map to bo
hanged here and a peculiar Incident
Is that it Is Friday tho 13th day of
the month
The question of establishing a wire
less telegraph plant on the Union Pa
cific system between Omaha and Og
den Is Just at present receiving the
attention of operating officials Ex
periments arc now ueliig conducted
with an Improvised plan between
Cheyenne and Sidney Neb and If
this proves successful wireless teleg
raph will perhaps be a feature in the
telegraph Stem of the road In the
near future
It Is not expected that the wireless
method will be adopted for general
use or for the operation of trains the
present telegraph and telephone sya
tern being entirely satisfactory to the
officials but In case of the wires be
ing down as a result of heavy storms
wireless system would be Invaluable
In cases of emergencv of this charac
The wireless experiments now In
progress between Cheyenne and Sid
ney are being conducted under tho
auspices of J B Sheldon superin
tendent of the telegraph system of
the Union Pacific company and If
these prove successful It Is thought
Mr Sheldon will recommend the car
y establishment of a wlrenees plant
Local railroad officials are watching
the experiments with a great deal of
interest hut aro reticent ns to wheth
er such a plant will bo practical in the
Important transaction of railroad
I Sop at Early Closers will bo thy
tag which the retail clerks will tie to
the coats of their friends tomorrow
night on the streets
At a meeting of the Clerks aasocla
lIon held at the county court house
last night the body voted to visit the
downtown districts aflor 7 oclock and
tag those who are on the streets In
stead of going home when the stores
close at 7 p ni the clerks will re
main on the business blocks and label
all who will join with thorn In their
o 0
0 0
o New York May 13Tam 0
0 many is to be out In forco to 0 II
o meot the returning Colonel O
O Roosevelt A largo committee O
O of isacheniK has been appointed 0
O to make the proper plans A 0
O tug will probably be chartered 0
O to carry the braves out to sea 0
O to greet their onetime poll 0 I
O heal foe 0
Members of a Family
Surrounded by a
Burning Forest
Grand Murals Minn May 13John
B Riving and his wlte together with
their monthold baby and their six
other children the oldest of whom is
fifteen years old reached here last
night in an almost famished condition
sifter a thirtymile trip through the
forest between here and Upper Brulo
lake H took them five days to cover I
the dlfitancr and they were alternate
ly almost burned and frozen to death I
Two of the smaller children were
saved from drowning lu the swift cur
rent of Bnile river by the familys
Newfoundland dog
Vhen Elvlng and his family wero I
routed from their beds Sunday morn I
ing by advancing forest fires they
heat a hasty retreat with a small I
stock of provisions After tramping
for three days In an effort to escape
from the burning timber they found
themselves entirely surrounded by
flreeElvlng with his haridax cut limbs
I of the trees on the bank of the Brule
river sought a favorable place In
the stream and stationed himself and
his family neck deep In water un
derneath a wet screen of underbrush
which they baturated from tim to
time to time until the lire burned out
fllGUT Of
New Machine is Suc
cessfully Operated by
Its Inventor
Xowburyport Mass May 13 Wil
liam Hllllanl an auto racer of Boston
made three successful Mights today
In JJonrlngBurgcss acTOibno at the
JEIum Island avfafloii ground The
machine hart p new iloico of his own
Invention which supplanted tho fins
on the top and intended to main
tain equilibrium Several hundred
yards were covered In each of the
three flights at a height of between
fifteen and twenty feet
fjf i nCY nri T snrF
Seattle Wash Iay 13 Wallace A
I Bussell the young vice crusader who
S killed Joseph Bonner proprietor of a
I saloon and gambling houso yesterday
declares he shot in sclfdefensr His
rule he says was accldentall dis
I charged as he entered the saloon
whereupon Bonner began shooting
I and he returned the fire
j Explaining his action In going
armed to the saloon Busscll said
Gambling has been going on there
liquor is sold and they also have on
I exhibition questionable pictures As
a citizen I believe It my duty to close
I up a den of vice that Is permitted to
run unmolested by the police
I carried my rllle for protection
It was not a concealed weapon
Therefore I was clearly In my rights
as a cltlzon
Washington May 13The move
Inaugurated two months ago by Com
missioner Cabcll contemplating a
change in the designation of the con
cerns engaged III the extraction of
soakage from staves and barrels that
formerly contained spirits has mef
with the vigorous resistance of the
I Interests affected The commissiou I
issued a rule on such concerns TO
qulrlng them to show cause why they
should not be classified as distillers
Yesterday a hearing was given to
their various representatives and at
torneys who left with the commis
sioner extended arguments against
the change proposed l
Tho estimate has been made that
little less than a gallon of spirits per I
barrel Is obtained by tho soaking pro
cess and that the total amount pro
duced annually by this means Is a i
million gallons Reports rocele at
the internal revenue bureau It Is said
show jJitu ajJiirgQ proportion of that
prodnctionro6urns no tax
Th I ice engaged in the business con
tend that all the tax collectable on
the spirits la paid when the liquor
leaves tho government warehouses r
and that the imposition of additional
burdens would bo unjustifiable
I r Boys in Their Teens 1
Held Up Train
in Arizona
Phoenix Ariz Hay llt was two
boys still in their teens who held up
the train a mile out of hero Wednes
day evening and after a chase across
tho desert were captured last night
The boys gave their names as Ernest
Woodson 18 years old and Oscar
Wodson 17 and say they were raised
In Oklahoma City Okla and have
been In Arizona but a short time
The capture of the boys was ac
complished without any shooting
probably due to the fact that part oC
the pursuing posse used an automo
The boyswere preparing to make
came five miles south of Casa Grande
when the automobile came along The
younger boy thinking tho car con
tained tourists stepped out and halt
ing the machine asked for water
He was immediately covered with
a revolver and surrendered and his
omplnlon then submitted to arrest
Sheriff Curl Haydoa and the posse
arrived at Phoenix today with the
Maricopa train Tobbors In custody I
Ernest Woodson the younger
emerged from an arroyo In which they
wero hidden near the Tikol mine when
Haydens auto appeared He demand
ed water and was told that lie was
under arrest The youth was so fam
Ish cd that ho jiald no heed only ap
pealing for water again and ojnln and
drinking almost a gallon His broth
er Oscar with a show of resistance
was languidly taking his rifle from
the saddle scabbard under cover of a
scant growth of mesquite but desist
ed on command
Both men wore tenderfeet and too
weak after their SOmlle desert ride j
to make a fight
The two young bandits wero verit 1
able walking arsenals when captured
They carried a rifle four revolvers
and two bowie knives
New York May 13Two hundred
chattering monkeys which were a val
uable part of the cargo of the liner
Graf Waldersec just in from Ham
burg aro consigned to the Rockefeller
institute where they aro to ho used
for experimentation According to
I the men who make a specialty of im
porting animals the Institute Is a
very good customer and hundreds of
I monkeys go there every year
The present consignment is to be
I used it is said for studios of the
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O Berlin May 13Lst nights 0
O report from Willcrnshavcn 0
O that a fatal explosion hud oc 0
O currod while the minelaying O
O division was operating was O
O officially confirmed today Six o
O bluejackets were killed and 0
O two others Injured o
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4iow Big Is Ogdell 1
I Guess Ogden City has a Population of
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According to the U S Census taken in the month of April Y
1910 This guess is good only in the event of my subscription
o being paid at least one day in advance of the day the Census
Director announces thepopulation of Ogden MAY 13 1910
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How Big Is Weber County I
I guess Weber County has a Population ofCww cw
According to the U S Census taken in the month of April I
1910 This guess is good only in the event of my subscription
being paid at least one day in advance of the day the Census t
Director announces population of Weber County
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