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IS THE APER OF TO l THE INDICATIONS ARE THAT THE
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EVENINGsT MAY 24 Entered ac Second Claoo Matter at the Postofflce Utah
fr EVENING 1910 < < Ogden
Fortieth YoarNo 124PI Five Cents OGDEN CITY UTAH TUESD AMY
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1COMfT HAS A NEW TAil MADE UP
Of FLAMING tDR CARBON GAS I
r Astronomers Note the Internal Activity of
the Nucleus Which Is Making Gas at a
Terrific Rate = = = OId Tail of Comet
Is Fading Away
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f Chicago May tFortr degrees ol I
new born tall for the comet and a
doubling of Its luminosity owing to
flaming hydrocarbon gas were record
ed by tbe astronomers at the Williams
Bay observatory last night after the
spectographlc negatives had boon do
jvclopcd Prof B B Frost director J
of the observatory announced thc re
sults of the computations
l Four of us after independent cal
culations agree that the new tall of
the comet Is 10 degrees long he said
fTho tall Was visible long after tho
head bad set Tho darkening of the
sky by the eclipse of the moon helped
greatly In tho observations I
Observations by the hnnd spectro
scope showed carbon bands In tho
head of the comet These are con
firmed by the development of tho nog
it I VPS made with the twelveInch tele
t
scope The internal activity of tho
omot iR In full hlnaL Jl Is making
las nt a terrific rate 1
Prof Frost said ho did not expect to
lee the old tall In the east tbls morn I
ng rho old tall must disappear he I
idded When detached from Its
source It can only condense or fade
iway as the end of an active tall
Uways does I I
Fine weather for observing pre
vailed throughout most of the night
it Williams Bay although It was
cloudy and rainy over Chicago Dur
ng the total eclipse tbo moon pre
tentod the appearance of a dull rod
disk In the heavens This according
to Prof E B Barnard of Yerkes Oh
icrvntory was due to the red rays of
ho solar spectrum which had the
fropeity of bending Inward
Beautiful Sight
Tos Angeles Cal May 2IIhlJro
vas oiu5 spot In southern California
rpni which the sight of Ilalloyo
c om < t during tho ccljpse of the moon
afil night was notobscured by fog I
or clouds From the observatory on
fount Lowe a fine view of both phc
loniena comet and eclipsewas ob
alned Outlined against the dark
leavens the comets streamer was
eon in all Its brilliancy for moro
ban an hour It stretched upward
iiiRt the zenith and was of a yellowish
low though the nucleus was almost
chits To the thousands of spectators I
who ascended the mountain the com
It appeared like a gigantic search
Igbt and Us train a gradually widen
ng glare shot across the sky
NO APOLOGY FOR COMET
Los Angeles May 2J Speaking of I
he common Idea that American col
egos and universities lire losing their
lemocracy President Arthur T Had
I fly of yale at tin southern Callfor I
ila Yale Club banquet last night said I
Increased wealth as we witness It
oday does not moan the loss of old I
deals of democracy either In Vnlc as I
n university or In the United States i
is a nation The only chance Is that I
he problem of conserving democracy I
has become greater I
Dr F B Kellogg president of the i
club proposed the toast The Pros
lent and this was followed by cheers Ii
for raft 7S
Dr George E Hale director of tho
Mount Wilson observatory said that I
he astronomers of the world bud no
jpology to offer for the recent cc
entrloities of the tall of IJulley5
comet
JOHNSON TO SEE
JEFFRIES BOX
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Bon Lomond Cal May 211im
loffrics pave It out yesterday that he
ntcnded to take things easy thlu week
According to his announcement only
the lightest kind of exercise will bo
indulged In Road work accompan
Ied by sprinting will be kept up reg
ularly but It Is thought likely that
the big lighter will have little to do
with the gloves until Jim Corhott ar
rives next week
The report that Corbctt will not
have his quarters at the camp hero
Is denied by Jeffries training compan
ions Jt Is stated that accommoda
tions are now being prepared for
pompadour Urn and that there wan
no likelihood of friction between Cor
butt and any other member of the
camp
News from the city thatTack John
ron may be a Kn ° ctator at Joffrleo
boxing tournament t in San Francisco
next Friday night has stirred up con
siderable Interest here but the camp
id not inclined to take Johnson re
ported Intention seriously All how
over are anxious for tho negro to
bu on hand Thoy assert that it would
have a discouraging effect on Johnson
for him to sec how fast the formor
champion IK In his work
Churches Oppose I
San Francisco May 24A commit
tee representing thci San Francisco
church federation aol the pastors un
ion will attend lhls afternoon a meet
ing of tho police committee of the
hoard of supervisors at which action
In expected to be taken on Promot
ers Rlckard and Gleasons pntiUcn to
hold the TeffrieaJohiBon light here on
July 1th The churchmen say they
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will make a determined effort to have
the application tinned down
This step in the crusade being wag
ed by the antifight forces was de
termined upon last night at a confer
ence lu the Hamilton Square Baptist
church J Eo White attorney for the I
Church Federation submitted a report
of the Investigation ho has made con
cerning the conditions which have
made It possible for the promoters to I
arrange for the contest He suggest
ed that In event of the crusade full
ing to find support from tho proper
authorities that legal measures be tak
en to thwart the staging of tho fight
In this city
Jack Johnson Is greatly pleased by
the weight reducing results of his
dally road work and he says ho in
tends to stick to that form of exor
cise
ciseThe
The negro champion who ban taken
much interest the comet last night
entertained a part of star gazers at
his training quarters but was disap
pointed by the heavy fog that veiled
the sky
NO CR1ME 1 i
TO 8RIBE
That Is a Contention
of Defense in
Chicago
Chicago May LThe motion en I
eyed seVerdl1 days ago to quash the
iribcry indictment ngainst Stato Rep
rcscn atlvo Lee ONeil Browne was I
vacated by tho defense when the mo I
Lion ciiino up for argumont today and I
i new motion was entered
Browne who was leader of the I
Democratic minority at Sprlnglleld is I
alleged to have distributed money in I
flfOO lots to bring about tho election I
oL William Iorimer to the United
Stains senato
RoprosentalUcs Charles A White I
II J C Beckemeyer and Michael
Unit whose confessions arc alleged
to have resulted in the Indictment of
Browne wore not In court
W S Forrest opened tho battle for
bo defense The contention of the
rtcfeiiBo is that the crime charged in
r > ach count of the Indictment does not
exist In this state nor In any English I
speaking country said Mr Forrest I
The Indictment charges two crimes
the crime of giving a bribe to an
itllcer and the crime of an officer ac
cepting a bribe
The attorney then went on In an
attempt to show that If bribery bad
nallr been committed It occurred at
Springfield where the alleged prom
Ise to pay for votes was made rather
ban In Chicago where Representa
tive While has declared Browne pave
him S45O as final payment of the el
DOO promised him for his vote for
Lorimor The defense hopes by prov
ing this contention to remove the
asc from the Jurisdiction of the Cook
countv courts
WORLDS MARKETS
DULL MARKET WITH
SLIGHT ADVANCE IN PRICES
Now York May 21A fall of half I
a point In Anaconda and Utah Copper I
represented the maximum changes I
shown by opening prices of active
slocks today There were many df i
clines but all were trivial Fluctua
tions were restricted to very narrow
of the market 1
fractions Tho tone
was at first firm and there was a I
Blight advance over the opening fig I
I urea Reading rose 34 but met
stock after it crossed 165 and lost Us
advance International Harvester
rose 1 3S Northwestern lost 1 and
Chicago Union Traction preferred
slumped 2
i The mornings desultory rise In
prices was partly duo to covering of
shorts put out yesterday Less im
I portanco was attached to the receiver
ship for the Chicago Railways com
pany Sterling exchange was slight
ly easier Consolidated Gas rose 1
12 Ontario and Western and Ameri
can Smelting 1 H and Reading Un
ion Pacific and United States Steel
1 The life went out of the trading
at tho higher prices American Ex
press sold at 250 compared with the
previous sale at 280 In April
Bond were steady
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Omaha Livestock I
Omaha Neb May 21C tt1eRo
coipts 10000 market slow Native
steers 565aSOO cows and hclfera
650aG7G western steers 275a i76
cows and heifers 275a375 cancers
GOaJ25 stackers and feeders SoOa I
625 calves I00a750 bulls stags
etc 376a635
HogitReceipts 12500 market a
lOc lower heavy 925aJM5 iDIXtt1
I
030a9IO light 335a052 12 pig
SOOnOOO bulk of sales 30i945
Sheep Receipts 3800 market
steady yearlings 550a655 wet horn
fi25a650 ewos uOOaGOO lambs G75a
S50
Sugar and Coffee
New York May 21Su arRlw
firm muscovado SO test 374n377
centrifugal 06 tORt 424a427 molas
ses sugar SO teat 349a3 52 Coffee
spot quiet No 7 Rio S 14 No 1
Santos 0 11
Chicago Produce
Chicago May 24 Butter firm
creameries 25a27 12 dairies 23a2G
Eggs steady receipts 30933 at murk
cash cases included IGalS firsts 10
prime firsts 20
RIOTING S
IN CnlNA
Considerable Portion
of a City Is
Burned
Shanghai May 24Native riots
which occurred at Cliaun Chin thirty
miles northwest of Chung Sha lat
Saturday A considerable portion of
the city was burned The Lutheran
church was destroyed by fire Thu
gen > rnl unrest and antiforeign senJ
ment are spreading
Ny
DISBARMENT OF NEGROES
HAS BEEN FAVORED
Washington May 21 Massachu
sets delegates to the worlds sixth
Sunday school convention have been
instructed to protest to the conveu
lon against the disbarment of negro
lologatcs from the District of Col
umbia The question of tho coolr lino
which has been keptoff tho convert >
lion floor only through skillful man
igoment now threatens to break loose
an the last day A telegram from Bos
on transmits a set of resolutions
which declare that the action of the
oral committee In barring the negroes
trom tho convention has no assign
able reason except prejudice and that
the Methodist preachers of Boston
protest against the infamous action
if the local committee in placing Sun
lay schools of the world In an un I
hrlstian attitude of endorsing taco I
irojudico and denying colored schools i
qnnl rights and privileges This till
resolutions continue III contrary to
tbo world of God IB unjust unkind
unAmerican and indefensible
ENEMIES SINCE
THEY WERE BOYS
Chicago May 2traml1i J Cor
belt former heavyweight champion Is
staying hero a cquplo of days on his
way to Rowardennnn Cal to help con
dition Jeffries for his fight with John
son Asked concerning bin oldtime feud
with Too ChoyiiGki Corbelt laughed
and said
No I dont suppose we could be
called friends for were been ene
mies practically Mince we were hops
but It should provo no obstacle to our
mutual efforts to help Jeffries Io
forgotten any hard fcelluRS ever
had and I hope Ice hat This Is ton
big a thing for petty bickering to en
ter Into the plans I dont suppose
Choynski and I ever will room togeth
er but BO far as I am concerned 1
will greet Joe just as cordially as if
we never had hnd any differences
When I told Joff some months ago
that I would do all In my power to
help him heat Johnson I meant every
word of it said Corbett and I be
gan light training at once and In
creased It until for the last two weeks
I have been doing what might bo call
ed hard training
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OLD MAN DIES
FRO fit DOG BITE
I Denver Colo May 21Bitten last I
night by Ills pet dog which he had
I been teasing Jackson Edward8 74
years of age became panlcslrlcken at
1 the thought that hydrophobia might
set lu Two hours later ho was dead
Physicians declare that his death re
I sulted from the shock of the dogs at
tack aggravated by his fear of hy
I drophobia
FIREMEN IN TEXAS
ARE POORLY PAID
Chicago May 21That there has
been a vast Increase In prices of food I
products In Texas In everything but I
rice was brought out yesterday In thu I
federal arbitration hearing hero of
tli6 wage dispute between 49 west I
27000 locomo I
ern railroads ajjd 4hoir27000
tlvc firemen
I rfTed Barr of ann Antonio general
chairman of Uiogrievance committee
I of firemen employed by the Southern
Pacific Railway company was asked
by Attorney John Barton Pa > no why I
rice
tIll firemen do not turn to
have not
Because Texas cook hay
it was
been educated In preparing
Barrs answer
onlho South
Mr Barr toatified that on
work
firemen now
ern pacific lines
more hours for less pay than In lOi
and that tlioy also have lo work hard
er because of heavierItrains
VOLfiAST IN AN
AUTO AQCIDENT I
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Trarcrie City Mich May 241r1
SVolsast lightweight champion whim
driving at 10 miles an hdur last night
was thrnwn from his car but es
caped Injun J P Butlfcr one of his I
companions received cutp and bruises
and a third member of the party es
caped unhurt The roads were wet
nnd slippery and Wolgast was speed
ing in order to keep an engagement
The car skidded Wolgast throw tho
wheel over and the car struck tho side
of the rond partially burying his ma
chine It took tho party an hour to
dig tho car out f
WOMEN DEMAND A j I
VOICE IN THE CHURCH I
lAwiBburg AV Va Mat 24At first I
tho general assembly off the Southern
Presbyterian church was Inclined to
give scant consideration to the over
ture of the Lafayette church of New I
Orleans for Information to whether I
or not the church still maintained its I
position in opposition to women ad
dressing gatherings In which both men I
nnd women were assembled but after 1
the committee on bills and overtures
was appointed the advocates of women 1
made It known they werjj hi earnest
The advocates of women are not in
clined to be belligerent and If the
committee on hills and o overtures turns
them down they probabjy will not de I
mur on tho floor believing that soon
er or Inter the assembly will relent
In regard to thc rigid enforcement of
silence on women
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EXPLOSION
LtN 4AVflD i
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Bomb Thrown by a
Anarchist Intended I
r
for the King
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Madrid May 21 Following a night
if search and anxiety the police be
lieve today that tho bomb exploded
last night was Intended for King Al
tonzo Tho explosive was hurled at
be monument erected to the victims
3f the attempt against his i majesty
Dn his wedding day May 31 190G but
he authorities think the original In
tention of the anarchists was to strike
down the king on his arrival at tho
railway station on his return from
London
As a result of this conviction the
lans for King Altonzos return have
teen changed and It is now anangcd
for him to enter the city by automo
bile The bomb thrower who was
ivoundcd by his own weapon proves
to have been a South American
Like Manuel Morales who was b0
lleved to havo headed the conspiracy
ignlnst the king four years ago the
I South American committed suicld
when ho found that ills capture by the
police was Imminent
MADE AMENDS FOR
illS EARLY SINS
Chicago May 21At tho coroners
Inquest last night over the body of Al
bert I Snell son of Amos J Snell
tho Chicago millionaire murdered 22
I
years ago under sensational circum
stances there was brought to light I
the strange career of a man who spent
his youth In prodigal living and his
middle age In atonement selfsacri
lice and unostentatious evangelical
work
For seven months previous to his
death Albert Snell lived In a small
bedroom hi a cheap lodging house
While the man was receiving a month
ly Income of 5200 from the estate of
his father he paid only 150 a week
for his room worked every day at u
meager salary and sent all the Income
from the estate to his wife and chil
dren from whom he lived apart
rho man who had burned up a for
tune In his youth had been disowned
by his family because of his riotous
living spent tho last years of his life
In selfabnegation nnd hard work
According to Mrs Adams who kept
the lodging house where be died ho
led a small guard of from six to ten
men from the lodging house every Sun
day morning to church When he re
turned he would distribute programs
from the church in the lodging house
and toll the other roomers the text
and substance of the sermon
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16 AND ARMY POST
HAS AUCTION SALE
Huron Mo May 24A curloiiH auc
tion sale took place nt Bothel Shel
by county an old German village
northwestof Macon yesterday after
noon The Grand Army post having
dwindled from 100 members to three
sold its property consisting of muti
I kets cartridge belts swords flags
fifes and drugs
The sale of the military accoutre
ments terminated the existence of a
body organized 30 years ago the mem
bers of which fought in the Clyll War
despite the action of the then Gov
q J n Ijrr
SEVENTEEN LIVES ARE LOST IN A
COLLISION Of LAKE STEAMERS
ernor Gambol in exempting the citi
zens of Bethel from military service
Bethel was founded nearly 75 years
ago as a communistic colony
BITTERNESS AMONG
ALASKAN REPUBLICANS
Washington May HAn investiga
tion expected to emphasize the bitter
ness among Alaskan Republicans was
begun today before a sub committee
of the senate committee on judiciary
Charges were made against Gover
nor Clark exGovernor Hoggntt and
Louis Shackleford Republican nation
al committeeman from Alaska by Del
egate WIckcrsham who Bought to con
nect them with the Guggenheim inter
ests B4 TILE IS
NOW RAGING
Estradas Army Is Being
Attacked by Laras
Forces
Washington May 21A brief tele
gram has been received at the state
department from Conaul M off at at
Blucfiolds dated yesterday evening in
which ho statOR that General 1arnj I
forces wore then attacking the Estra
dn array entrenched back of tho city
For several weeks troops command
ed by General Paulono Godoy Inspec
tor general of the Xlcaraguan army
and General Larn have boon within
a few miles of the city of Bluefiolds
awaiting Instructions from headquar
ters to attack tho Insurgents It was
believed that the delay in the Issu
ance of orders to move lImn Blue
fields wan for the purpose of enabling
General Inns commanding the govern
ment steamer Venus with 300 soldiers
on board to reach tbo port of Bluc
Holds BO a concerted attack from
both sea and land might take place
Blueflolds NIc May 2i General
Lara commanding a force of govern
ment troops Is today fiercely attack
Ing tho provisional governments peal
Ion at tho rear of Blueflehla Tho
government steamer Venus Is lauding
501 troops off a lagoon 20 miles north
of Bluefields bluff for tho purpose of
attacking the bluff In conjunction I
with General Laras force back of
Bluefleldu
I The government troops began their
attack last night on the position
where the provisional had eutrenfb
od themselves but they were repuls
ed and returned to the woods An
artlllory fire was kept up all night un
til dawn this morning when the at
tack was resumed
I Tho American gunboats Paducah
and Dubuque aro not Interfering with
tho movements of the Venus
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RIOTING
COAL M t b NS
One Man So Badly CluL I
I
bed He May Not
I
Recover
Scranton Pa May 24A riot broke
out among striking minors at No II
colliery of the Pannsylvania Coal
company near Plttstou today follow
ing an attempt of a posse of stato
police beaded by Sergeant Hennlng
to disperse a crowd of Italians who
threatened others when a work train
reached the colllerj Sheriff Roda of
Lucerne county hurried to the col
llorj and was shot at but escaped tf
ter receiving a bad scalp wouud One
man was ao badly clubbed that he
may die State Trooper Jasper of
Tedach was caught under his horse
which was foiled by a blow on the
head and was badly clubbed before
other troopers drove off his assail
ants
antsTho
The riot was finally quelled and
another ono broke out at the Ewen
colliery a mile away but tho rioters
there dispersed when troopers ar
rived
The strike spread today to Butler
Central collieries I
tho Hillside and the
of the Pennsylvania Coal company
leaving only + file Barnum mine of
that com pnuv In the Pittston district
at work I Already 10000 workers are
Involved the trouble beginning sev
eral days ago with the men striking
at No 9 colliery because of alleged
oxeeaslvp dockage and short weigh
ing The board of conciliation of the
United Mine Workers at a session
yontordaj disapproved the strike
RICH 1RAYEL IN
HARYSYILLE MINE
MarysvlUo Ca May 4Ater twr
year of pornbtent shaft and tunnel
work gravel has been reached In the
Mammoth cjiairjtfl mine at a depth t r
160 feat and every pan It Is salf
shows due flour gold
of
rii
Father With Bis Child in His Arms Was
About to Be Rescued When the Little
One Was Torn From Dim
and Drowned
Port Huron lIch May 21 Seven i
teen are said to be dead as a rcault of
a collision of two big stool freighters
on Lake Huron north of Point Aux
barques In a dense fog Monday morn
ing News of the collision reached
hero today
The steamer Frank H Goodyear of
Cleveland was sunk in 47 fathoms of
water Tho steamer James B Wood of
Cleveland which struck the Good
year bow on canto to Port Huron
harbor today with a big hole in her
bow carrying half a dozen survivors
from the Goodyear The latter car
ried a crew of twentythree men and
had several passengers
Captain F R llemenger of Algo
nao Mich who commanded the Good
year Chief Engineer Gibson Steward
David Basset one wheelman nnd two
passengers Mrs Thomas IT Bassett
and her daughter of Marine City
rich were saved and brought to Port
Huron on tho steamer Wood
The only hope of survival of tho
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80111 SIDES
CONf DENT
In the Struggle over
the Cummins Rail
road Amendment
Washington May 2tWhen the
senate took up the railroad bill to
day there was general expectation on
both sides of tho chamber that the
vote would be reached during the day
on the Cummins amendment requir
ing all Increases In railroad rates to
have the approval of tho Interstate
Commerce commission before taking
effect Both the advocates and the op
ponents professed confidence in the
outcome
Continuing his npef h which he had
begun on last Thursday Mr Cummins
presented a number of positions from
traffic associations In support of the
provision He said that since tho pas
sage of the act of 90fi there had been
a general demand for the legislation
contemplated by his amendment
TRAINMAN KILLED IN
A SANTA FE WRECK
Belle Plaine Kas May Lu R
hedges a brakeman was killpd and
Herman Knlttle an engineer was fa
tally Injured this morning when two
Santa Fe trains collided ou a cross
Ing near this town A misunder
standing of orders or disobedience
was the cause
GUESTS OF A HOTEL
KILLED IN A FIRE
Galesbarg ins May 24John Ja
cobs and Bud Miller were killed early
today In a fire which destroyed the
City hotel of Monmouth Other guests
had narrow escapes but It is believed
all are accounted for
WAS CLEANING HER RAT
WHEN EXPLOSION OCCURRED
Sioux City Iowa May 2411rs
Joseph T Patton of Onawa Iowa who
was burned yesterday afternoon while
I washing a rat used in her hair Jlod
today While she was cleaning tho
rat the fumes from the gasoline be
came ignited and an explosion oc
curred
ALASKA t AS
A SCANDAL
in which the Guggen
heims Play An Im
portant Part
Washington May IAn Investiga
tion which is expected to disclose to
a greater extent than ever before tho
bitter factional feeling In the Repub
lican party In Alaska was begun to
day hefore a subcommittee of tho
senate committee on judiciary It is
being held In connection with pro
tests mado rujalnst the confirmation
of John Rustgard and Herbert L
Falkner appointed by President Taft
as rnltcd States attorney and United
States marshal respectively to suc
ceed John J Boyce and Daniel A
Sutherland who wero removed at the
request It is understood of Gover
nor Walter E Clark
Senator Nelson is chairman of tho
subcommittee and associated with
him arc Senators Borah and Over
man
manTho proceedings were sensational
Representatives of the opposing fac
tions were present and listened to
tho charges each aide made against
I the other Tho principal speaker o
day was Delegate James Wlckersham
who made charges against Governor
Clark exoGvernor Hoggatt and Louis
Shackleford tho member of the Re
publican national committee from Al
aska Tho Alaskan delegate sought
to connect tlicso men with the Gug
genheim interests
As to the exact testimony given to
day little could be learned Senator
Nelson after an adjournment had been
ordered until Thursday cautioned tho
I
witness against revealing the execu
tive
It Is understood however that Sen
ators Borah nnd Overman will recom
mend open hearings
Tho controversy is said to be chief
ly between the faction opposing thc
activities of the Guggenheims in Alas
ka and that which favors the rapid
development of the territory the men
who were removed from ofllce charg
ing that Governor Clark had become
affiliated with tho Guggenheim faction
and that he Joined with National Com
mitteeman Shackleford In roconunend
Inv the appointment of Rustgard and
Falkner
Boyce and Sutherland aro not s k
ing to be restored to office They say
they desire nothing more than to
place before the senate the facts as
they see them connected with their
removal According to their story
they Incurred the enmity of the Gug
genheims because of their prosecu
tion and conviction of Ed Harey on
the charge of having shot and killed
two men in Keystone canyon In Oc
tober 1907 Haze was umployed bv
the Guggenheims and It was charged
that he shot two men while trying
to guard Keystone pass against the
Invasion of the representativesof a
rival concern which was seeking en
trance to the pass as a route for a
railroad line ITizcy was convicted
and sentenced to serve eighteen
months in a federal penitentiary
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I Guess Ogden City has a Population of
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in the event of subscription
1910 This guess is good only my
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t Director announces the population of Ogden MAY 24 1910 I
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Director announces the population of Weber County
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