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OGDEN CITY UTAH VEDNESDAY EVENING JUNE J J910 Entered as Second Claoo Matter at the Postofflce Ogden Utah
I eroplanes Are to Fly
I Over the Water in
24 Hours
t New YorJc Juno 1Charlcs K
I lamllton the uvJntor who was first
r < o suggest the ottering of a 525000
jirtze for an aeroplane flight between
New York uud Chicago aiid who vol
jntcorcd a subscription or 2000
ward the project believes the time
will soon como when some aviator
will succeed In Glossing the Atlantic
IP nn aeroplane This prophesy IIP
made following his announcement that
he would bi a competitor for the Now
YorkChicago prize which he says hi
loos not Consider loo dlfllrult
The tiansAtlnntic problem will
rome next he continued and cross
ing the Atlantic in the air would be a
greater feat than was that of Coluni I
OUSt The oxpcnso of a trip across the I
Atlantic rather than the risk of life
Involved Is the one factor which Is
looping aviators from attempting the
passage i
It would require a large machine i
with capacity for a great quantity of I
gasoline The Atlantic could be cross
ed at its narrowest point which IB I
ibont 1JRO miles In 24 hours One of
the requisites for such a trip is a
fast boat built especially for such a
rip which could develop and sus
tain a pied of tony to llftv miles an
lour While such a motorboat could
not keep up with the aeroplane the
latter could make circles In the air
and fly back every time It got too
ar ahead
Hamilton who will go to Chatta
nooga Tonn later in the month for a
series of government aeroplane tests
20 years old and is possessed of
ft Independent fortune He is a grad
late of the SheField Scientific school
at Yale and Is a lineal descendant of
Alexander Hamilton
Long Flight Discuoscd
New York lune 1Glonn II Cur
tiss will probably be a competitor for
both the NcwYorkSt Louis and New
YorkChicago aviation prizes accord
ing to an iftinounccmcnt here today
I dont Bee a single reason why
both flights should not he made said
the aviator and I predict if the con
ditions are right the prizes will ho
won before the hummer Is oer I
There certainly will be a dirties
machine In each contest In charge of I
eithermyself one of my men
1 Offhand r should nay the best
route for the New YorkChicago flight
and for the first leg of the New York
St Louis flIght would he through New
York state The alternate route by
way of Pennsylvania underslrable
because of mountains
It Is difficult to nay what average
rate of speed may be attained by the
successful aeroplane Actual flying
time would he III excess of the best
Iecorcls by fast trains but of course
the Jicroplaulst mnst stop for rest
The tenday limit between New York
I and Chicago seems to be about right
Copper River Is Crossed
On the Cantilever at I
Mies Glacier
Seattle Wash June IWord was
I ecolved at Seattle offices of the Cop I
ier River Northwestern railroad
I hat the first train yesterday crossed
he new cantilever bridge at the I
I Miles glacier over the Copper river I
rliUB putting In effect train service
j > mile 104
I S Twentyeight miles of rails will com I
j letc the gap to the mouth of the Chi
I na rIver whence the government la
iilldfag a trail to connect with the I
I ValdonFalrbanlcB trail It Is estimat
ed that with the completion of the I
J oad to the mouth of the Chltina tile
ourney to Fairbanks will be shorten
d by four or five days
I i Chicago Juno 1A C Pop An I
j on mo veteran baseball man who
panagcd the Chicago National leaguo
cam for 22 yearn won six pennants
nd retired from the league in ISPS
ith a reported fortune of 5300000 i
I 111 broke I
I F The last financial straw blew away
aslerday when a mortgage on his
omo was foreclosed In default of
PC otcs aggregating GSOO
But Im not all in l > y a long
hot said Anion
t You cant keep a good man down
t 5 Just say that Ill got along some
o 1 1 I AnBon Is said lo hue lost a large
im In a billiard hall venture whlin
nded thee years ago
i In roralllng his business failure ho
4d only this comment
I failed because I didnt inako
1 warned Pop not to go into bus
ncsa said Mm Ansou But II a
i il right now Ivo had my little cry
jid well gIve up the homo when Its
lied for VOC lived hero twenty
s years though all through Pops
and of course Its
osu roiiB rlnp1nI
rd to have to Leave But Anson la
iii good health and so long as that is
the case well get along all right
The only trouble with Pop Is hes
been too honest and easygoing Hes
treated everybody squarely but hasnt
sot square treatment in return
I San Francisco Juno Preferring
I death to disgrace and probable prison
I sentence from pending court martial
proceedings G C Rc vos a first ser
geant In the United States marines
I stationed on Goal Island here snatch
I ed a privates revolver from its hoi
i ster yesterday and deliberately blew I
out his brains Prior to a recent
brawl In which he was accused of par
ticipating and the alleged drawlntr un I
I of a false report to ills superiors con
cerning a healing he is said to have
given a prisoner Reeves had enjoy
ed an excellent record covering six 1
years of service and he will be buried I
with the usual military honors I
Bucket ofHot Ashes I
Ruined a Chicago I
Italian I
Chicago June ILaclt of faith in
banks and the use of an old vest as
a depository cost Doninlck Rosato hlfl I
life savings of S7 > I7 yesterday RosS
ato placed the moncv in tho itialdc I
pocket of his vest and hung It on the I
back of the kitchen door of his home
Ills wife emptied tho move filling an I
ash bucket with the hot coals A I
peddler came along knocked tho vest
from the door and It fell Into the bu
ket Within a few minutes Uosatoa
pile of bills was reduced to ashes
He will ship the charred bits of his
money to the treasury department in
the hope that he will he reimbursed
I Ho appealed lo United States Conimis
I uioner Footo and swore to an affidav
1 it explaining the circumstances under
which six 100 bills two 50 two 20
and 5 and two 1 bills were burned
I That 7J7 was all I had in the
world said Ilo ntn When I have
money again I will put in the bank
where It will not be burned up
Vancouver D > C June 1A phe
nomenally heavy Influx of Chinese in
to Canada through Port Vancouver
a rush which is netting the Dominion
and provincial governments an Income I
of 750000 per annum was today ex
i plained by receipt of Information from
I Hong ong that a report Is being cir
I culated among tin Chinese that Can
I ada intends shortly to Increase the
headtax on onlry of Chinese from 500
to 1000
For several weeks every transPa
cific steamship has been reaching port
with a full allotment of Chinese pas
sengers All the Japanese liners
reaching Seattle from Chinese ports
have also been carrying Chinese to
their capacity
Topcka Kan June Announce
ment was made today that all the em
ployes of the Atchison Topeka San
ta Fe Railway company receiving less
than 80 per mouth have been grant
ed an increase of 10 per cent in
wages This applies to clerks ma
chinists track men section men and
all other employes except loose with
whom Ihe company has union agree
ments The raise goes into effect to
day The increase affects four thou
sand employes In Topeka alone
Chicago Livestock
Chicago June 1 Cattk Receipts
estimated at 15500 market steady
beeves 570aS50 Texas steers 5 10
aOOO western steers 5Ufia7GO
stockers and feeders s 90aG45 cows
and heifers 2SOa700 calves 600 I
Hogs Receipts estimated at 215000
Market lower light JOaO70 mix
ed DIOnO f0 heavy 035a070
rough t 0nda915 good to choice
heavy 9I5a970 pigs 920a9C3
bulk of sales 055a9fio
Shoop Receipts estimated at 1SOOO
Market lOc lower native 525ao 5
western 350afiiO yearlings 6 00a
710 lambs native 52fiaS50 west
ern 55aS55
Omaha Livestock
Omaha June CattleRecolpts
1000 marker steady Native steers
fi50a585 cows and heifers 3 SOaG75
western steers 375aG85 cow find
heifers 275a575 canners 275a125
stockers and feeders 350aG25 calves
IOOa7CO bulls stags etc 330a4 2D
Hogs Receipts 11700 market
wall to lie lower Heavy 20a935
mixed 925n9iO Sight 030aiIO pigs
S00a900 bulk of sales 25a93n
Shoop Ricoipls 1800 market
steady Yearlings iiOOnCOO wethers
i75a530 owes 450a525 lambs 700a
Sugar and Coffee
Now York June lSugarRaw
firm muscovado 89 test 377 centri
fugal 96 test 127 molntjBcs sugar
SO test 3nL
Coffee Spot quiet NO7 Rio S 11
No1 Snnlos 9 11
Bodies Are Blown From a Quarry Tunnel to the Hillside
Across the Canyon at Devils Slide When Several Hun
I dred Kegs of Powder Are Prematurely Exploded
Seventeen or eighteen workmen
wore killed In an explosion at 0 oclock I I
this morning In the quarry of the
Union Portland Cement works at Dov
IIs Slide thirty miles cast of Ogden
The explosion blew down the tele
graph and telephone poles and com
munication with the scene of tho ac
cident was at first limited to a brief
mcssago scut out by a courier who
reached Morgan soon after the disas
Most of tho dead arc Japanese Ital
David Starr Jordan Says
There Are Two Sides
to Question
Chicago June tDayld Starr Jor
dan president of Stanford university
who Is taking his llrtU real vacation
in a quarter of a century arrived In
I Chicago yesterday on the way to at
tend a mooting of the National Fish
erlen commission at Washington IIo I
was n guest of the Delta Upsilon Ira
lernlty at the University club in the
Dr Jordans attention was called to
the report of tho California state la
bor commission which after an ex
haustive study of labor conditions lu
California expressed tho conviction
that either Japanese or Hindu labor
must be used In tho western state If
a1 lcuHnrljs nol to suffer + Z Ioc
Jtmaj be true snld Dr Jordan I
that some of the fruit growers In I
California have suffered from want of
labor and this want may have occas
ioned a certain economic loss but the
question of Asiatic Immigration is so
complex In character It cannot be dis
posed of wholly on an economic basis
There is more than one side to tho
matter I
A number of tho people of Cali
fornia are strongly opposed to having I
tho state Inundated with a race which I
must remain socially Inferior and
which cannot be amalgamated These
people are content with the arrange
ment which hns been made with Ja
pan Japan has promised to keep Its
laboring people from coming to thu
United States This arrangement I
believe is better for Japan and bet
ter for the Btntc of California
Has Been Defeated in
a Battle Near
Bluefi e Ids
Wahln ton iliac lThe Nlcar
aguan governments army under
General Lam which has boon in front
of Dlucflclds for several weeks has
been defeated by the Insurgent
tioopr of General Kstrada and Is now
in full retreat
New York June 1Vlctol L Ocr
I ser who engineered the campaign
which made Emil Seldol tho Socialist I
Democratic mayor of Milwaukee Is In
I New York for a series of lectures on
socialism lie declares the Socialist
expect to carry both New York anti
Chicago and thinks both the old par
ties are doomed
Tho Republicans arc hopelessly
spill and the Democrats are rotting
away Is tho way he puts it in a long
statement given ont today
This first Important Socialist vie
j tory in a largo American city he
continues means the sweep of the
I popular tide toward the radical doc
trines and the end of the two Import
ant polllical parties The Democratic
party I view us a decomposing car
cass lint met Its fwd liccuuao lack
of principles and Ideals and the Re I
publican parly as a disintegrating j
force In government
The spread of insurgency in tho
Republican ran It means tho forma
tion of a new party that will be com
posed of the defecting elements In
that party and the Democrats who i
lmve espoused tho cause of W J I
t The olherypartv will be made up
6f the machIne Republicans and tho
gold Democrats
Nfitlllr Thi4odor Roosoclt nor
Inns and Anslrians who made up a
quarry gang of 75 tq 100 men
A tunnel had been thriven Into the
hill above the cement plant In which
I scvuril hundred kegff of powder had
been placed The workmen wore pro
ceeding to seal up the powder prelim
inary to firing the mlne when a pre
mature explosion Occurred How
many men worn In lie tunnnl may
never be known hut there are miss
ing soven Austrian two Japnnoso I
Coven Italians and the foreman of the
quarry Hugh McGuire
Tho force of the explosion broke I
= =
any other Republican is able to close
the wide broach In the party and the
moribund Democratic party cannot bo
reconstructed sufficiently to take ad
vantage of the sditani In the opposi
tion faction In tlio forthcoming con
gressional campaign tho Republic
ans will lose heavjl but the Demo
allc gain will he minImized bj Iho
iroads of socialism AVhlch I believe
will have rellr 50na lon in the next
The wounds in tholbody politic will
not ho healed by thou formation of now
parties and there 5i lhe no balm un
til the Socialists finally come Into
national power I din not fixing a
date for this event bitt should the
ew parties continue the mistakes
f the present dominant elements a
revolution moro dfeaStrous than that
which overthrew UiB aristocracy In
France a century ncO will result
athss MikAlrna
Kellnzr Are Found
Foot Unearthed
Louisville June 1 Rewards of
2000 have been offered for the cap
lure of the murderers of Alma Kell
uer vhose dismembered body wan
found Monday in a collar beneath SL
Johns school Tho city council will
be nfckort liv Mayor Head tonight to
add another thousand Governor Will
eon Is expected to Increase tho sum
as soon as a request has been made
on his office The public safety has
Instructed the police and detective de
pnrlmenls to spare no expense In the
pursuit of the murderers
Tho police do not believe that Tos
Wendling the missing French janitor
under suspicion has returned to
I France but think he may be found in
I Homo French sittloment in this coun
try or Canada His wife held under
n charge of accessory lo the murder
htlll declares she knows nothing
about the crime
The truth has been kept from Mrs
Frederick Kellner mothei of Alma
lhat the body was horribly mutilated
Sho remains within the seclusion of
her room on the border of collapse
She cannot understand why tho body
was not brought to the house or how
tlore cliould be any doubt about the
The police came upon the missing
foot of till Kellner child In a pile of
ashes near the furnace in the base
ment of the church This supports
the theory that the murderer first
ned to burn the body A childs tin
dcnest stained with blood was found
In a storage closet i
In police court attorneys for Mrs I
Wendling asked her discharge on
technical grounds The matter will
le argued tomorrow
PltUiburg Pa June Pleading no
defense to charges of conspiracy and
I bribery In connection with the icccnt
municipal corruption exposures two
bankers were sentenced to jail and
fined III criminal court otduy
B H Jennings president of the Co
lumbia National bank anti F Griffon
cashier of the same Itiatitnllon ap
peared before five judges the former
receiving a flue of 500 and a sonloncc
of two months in the Allegheny coun
ty Jail and the latter receiving a tine I
of 500 and a sentence of four months I
Chicago June 1Police records of
Gary Ind for May show that one
person In every forty in the city was
arrciitcd during the month The sa
loons which vero opened May 1
number iSo
o o
O SI Louis Juno 1ThrC 0
O mon were killed when a rail 0
O road locomotive exploded near 0
O Collinsville Junction Ills on O
O the tracks fthe St LouIs 0
O Troy and Eastern v raodioad to 0
O day O
O 0
1T5 r
I 11t Ioi l
every window in the town of Devils
I The Illfated men wore blown from
Iho tunnel as though shot from a
I lingo cannon and the only remnants
I found were parts of legs arms and
heads which wore picked up on the
I hillside across the canyon Homo hun
dred yards from till quarry
Information recoivod at the ofifce of
Iho Portland Cmnent company In Og
den this afternoon from Devils Slid
was to the effect that the death roll
Continued on Page Seven
Thousands Are to Sail
For the Placers of
the North
Seattle Wash Juno 10tnclnls of
companies operating steamships to
Alaska points on tho Bering sea esti i
mate that 13000 people will leave
Seatllo for Nomo and St Michaels on
the enrlv June Mailings drawn to tho
far north by the reports of rich dis
coveries In the Iditarod gold fields
The first regular liner to leave for
Nomo will sail for Seattle tomorrow
and every berth has been sold weeks
In advance Wealthy men have acen
compelled to take accommodations In
time steerage and there is a waiting
list In tho steamship offices larger
than the combined capacity of the
northbound steamers So great is the
rush tq tho north that passenger an i
frelghlbmelalff of the AlfiHk SttftlI1
hlp lines says tine movement which
amounts to a stampede has been
equaled but once In the history of tho
north and that during the Klondike
rush thirteen years ago
Seattle men yesterda saw a thirty
page letter written by H1 Mar
shon well known In the north as a
conservative mining man In which
the richness of Iho JJltarod Was pic
tured jn glowing terms Thirtylive
miles of pay dirt on thelive crcekA al
ready discovered averaging 500 feet
In width and so rich that it was not
unusual to secure anywhere from 3
to 50 per pan are some of the state
niems in the Marshon letter written
April 12
That bankers look upon the new
camp with favor IB shown by the fact
lint two and possibly thee banks will
be located there at once
San Francisco June IA cus
I toms inspector searching the bag
gage of Wong Nlm a Chinese who
I arrived on tho Korea last Friday vas
surprised to Jlnd among the Cobs
tials effects what appeared to be a I
string of sausages Investigation I
proved the inocentlooklng frank I
furters contained moro thn
pounds of opium valued here on a
barren market at 300
Using his spurious uausagcs as
links in their chain of evidence tho
officials will try to sustain a charge
of smuggling against Nlm
Elizabeth N JJumoie 1General J
Madison Drake of this city supervls
or of soldiers and sailors graves ft
the board of freeholders Is In trou
mile with Grand Army men because o
his action in substituting wax flower
for natural blooms in decoiating tin
S graves of soldiers in Evergreen cem
oterv When the veterans reacho
tho cemetery on Decoration day aim
found wax flowers they were indlp
nant and the imitations were throwr
away Last night they hold an Ir
dlgnation meeting and fixed up a Ion
letter of complaint to the board ef
freeholders Roi > yiK 10 Hie crit
cisms heaped upou him Genera
Drake Bays
Everyone I have spoken wit
thought tIn flowers were line It ma
ho that the whole country will udor
of the natura
wax flowers Instead I
article They can he as readily plant
cA and will look like the real thing II
for a long time
D IS EINfi j
Now York iuiueJriie death In
Yonkers yeatordfty after a ton days
illness of Edward F Holllstcr of
TrcmonL has caused Coroner lIes to
day to order Investigation The
death has brought to iht an old romance
nuance and a secret innnlago cere
mony performed two years ago Thi Ii
l i
widow was formerly Mrs Alcathe
I Knickerbocker Raymond granddaugh
ter of the late Wilson D McDonald a
Mrs Hollister who Is but 2 years
old married her second husband a
man of 5D years on October 10th
1908 but never lived with him tho
widow explaining they had no Inten
tion of living as husband and wife un
til Holliulors fortune was retrieved
he having lost It several years ago
Hollister was taken 111 May 21st
and the caso from the start was per
plexing Mrs Hollister3 first hus
band was George E Raymond a min
ing man of wealth who was killed in
an explosion a year after the marri
The idea of the marriage was con
ceived it Is said while Raymond and
Miss Knickerbocker were members ot
a party on an excursion to West Point
in 1900 The young people were Jest
Ing about matrimony and a dare to
Miss Knickerbocker she said result
ed In her wedding with Raymond
8R 8R
Leo Browne Must Stand
Trial in CooK
Chicago Juno LIudKC McSurcly
tOday denied the motion to quash tho
Indlctmonl against Stale Representa
tive Leo Browne Browne was In
dicted on charges that he bribed State
Representative C A White to vote for
William berliner for United States
The argument of the defense was
that bribery of a legislature voting to
elect a United States senator is not
ah offense against the state but
against the federal goernmeut and
that the federal law provides no pun
ishmonl JmUc McSuroly said lie be
lieved IL to be a plea unique In the his
tory of the courts The judge went
back to the constitution saying
The claim IB advanCed that when
members of both houses meet In Joint
assembly to vote for a senator jjiey
cease to become a state legislature
and become a wholly different body
It Is important therefore to inquire
into who or what elects the senators I
of the congress of the United States
The constitution says J
a The senate of the United States
shall be composed of two senators
from each stale chosen by the legls
lnJI LoLU1 I3M9f
The federal BtatuTc entTIleTl tod
guess section 14 t election of senators
The legislature shall proceed to
elect a senator In congress and again
more than once tho statute contains
the words the legislature shall
elect This alone would seem suf
ficiently clear to permit of no further
question But It is said that the mem
bers of the legislature when voting to
elect a senator cease to be state of
ficers and are more properly federal I
On this point Judge McSurcly
quoted an authority saying
Although the legislature when
electing a United States senator Is
acting under and pursuant to tho con
stllutlon and statute of the United
States they are no more ofllcors or
agents of the United States than arc
presidential electors
On the point raised by the defense
attacking the jurisdiction of the Cook
county court dnclarlnj that a piom
lt > e to pay money for a voto constitut
ed bribery and not the consumma
tion of that promise by the actual pay
I ing of the money LImo court declared
that tho payment of money fora vote
constitutes bribery I n tho Cst at
bar It is alleged Browne promised to
pay Representative White 1001 to
vote for William Lorhncr for senator
and that SSoO oof this sum was sub I
sequently given lo White In Chicago
This rule is without prejudice to the
Jurisdiction of tho Sangamcn county
i ° I
0 0
3 Niagara Falls N Y June 1 0
3 Another unknown a man ap 0
5 patently about 13 years old 0
3 plunged to death from Pros 0
3 pcct point early toda 0
They May Meet Before
the Big Contest is I
Pulled Off II
San Francisco June IJack John
sons day oft from
hard training yes
terday was spent in drawing up a
written comeback to James J Cor
belts fusilade
regarding the
negro I
champions ring courage Johnson ap
pears to ho uncommonly cxcrclswl I
over his longdistance word Joust with
the former champion I
In reply to James T Corbott his I
document begins r wlah to state that J
It la not my purpose to outer Into any
mudallnging combat with him How I
over he who has been posing under
the alias of Gentleman Jim had I
started this campaign long before ho I
reached San Francisco Possibly Uo
may Relieve that I will have to take
such Insults as he intimates on ac i
count of my color As to his asser I
tion that I have a yellow streak may
be ho is right Still no one has been
able up to the present to produce It
Johnson goes on to try to indict
Corbctt of cowardice in his meetings 1
a decade ago with Tom Sharkoy and
wants to know if Corbotts behavior 4
In thlse fiettoa would come under the 1
heading of yellow streak The state L
ment concludes I
As to > ou coming to my quarters j k
and boxing I would bo ashamed to I
ever offer you inducements after the i I
expressions of many as to your shat 1
tered frame In fact if the truth
were known you hardly scale tho mid
dleweight llrniL Now I hope and trust
this may appease your appetite for I I
gallery playing for which you are 1 I
Corbett In a signed statement
says he is in earnest about arranging
a meeting with Johnson to show him I
up and that if the negro fails to pre
pare for one that he will take the I I
initiative hlmsolf i
Jeffries Is Lazy
Ben Lomond Cal June IThe first
long trip in his new automobile was II
taken by Jim Jeffries yesterday when
with his brother Jack Manager Bar 1
ger and other companions visited If
Santa Cruz The party returned about
three hours later and tho flRhtor
stretched himself out for a nap in
tending to get in some gym work
But tho afternoon was sultry and
iitha ahadeof h1S cottage jporcX 0
pleased him that he decidedto call
off all further exercise for the day
Aa he announced that fact he remark
ed that hereafter ho would try to get
In some boxing every day I
Jeffries is urging Corbett along In
the latfors conditioning work as he
Is anxious to begin sparring with tho
clever and shifty Pompadour Jim
fis kJNO
Prominent Banker Is in
Favor of Repudiating
His Utterances
Saratoga N Y June IGcOIjo
I Foster Peabody the banker who has
I been a prominent figure III the coun
cils of the Democratic party has is
sued a statement here declaring the
Roosevelt speech in London yesterday
was a piece of reckless jingoism
whIch should be piomptly repudiated
I by the American people
The statemenl proposes the hold
Ing of massmeetings in New York
and othor large cities to show that
the people of the Lnlted Stales are
not In sympathy with this suggest
ed American interference with other I
people and to voice our respect for
other governments and our adher
ence to the principles of Washing
tons farewell address
llow Big Is Ogden1
t i
I Guess Ogden City has a Population of
According to the U S Census taken in the month of April
1910 This guess is good only in the event of my subscription
I being paid at least one day in advance of tho day the Census
Director announces tho population of Ogden JUNE 1 1910 iI
I Sign Here Ii
4i 4i G i
D How BIg Is Weber County e i
I guess Wober County has a Population of
According to the U S Census taken in the month of April Q
1910 This guess is good only in the event of my subscription I
being paid at least one day in advance of the day the Census t
7 Director announces tho population of Weber County
JUNE 1J 1910
r Sign Here
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