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I Fortieth Year No 143 = P > lcc Five Cents OGDEN CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY EVENING JUNE 15 1910 Entered a > Second Claaa Matter at tho Postofflce Ogdon Utah
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DRAGGING
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THE lAKE
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Charlton Murder Mys
j tery Continues to
I Puzzle Italians
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Coma Ualy Juno 15 Constautinc
Jspolatoff chance acquaintance of
Porter Charlton mid his wife Mary
Scutt Castle Charlton who has been
held In custody since the body of
Mrs Charlton was recovered from
k Lake Conio was again Interrogated
i today this ilrno by au examining
judge The suspoct was as nonchal
ant aa ever lie Insisted that he vas
innocent ot nuy connection with the
crime which according to his story
most have been committed sone tlnic
after his last meeting with the CharJ
tons
Ibpolatoff Is credited with being or
having been in the employment of
the Russian government in a condl
< ntlal capacity
With every day turning up some
ntnr features adding interest to the
Luke Como mystery it is evident that
the police are still in doubt as to tho
5 identity of tho person or persons who
< after beating Mrs Charltcn Into In
scnslblllt crowded her into a trunk
I thnro to die of suffocation They are
Btlll making every effort to locate
Charltoii and today received word
from the police thut a young man
believed to have been the husband
was Been at Lucerne on Saturday I
the day after the trunk containing
Mrs Cliailtons body was fished out
of the lake
At the samo time they are follow
ing up the theory that both Charlton
and bis wife were murdered and
Lalco Como was again being dragged
today forlho body oE the husband
The authorities arc spurred on by
the Intorest taken In tho case by
j the state department at Washington
as shown through the activities of
American jmban9ador Jolsbninn and
the American consul at Milan Chats
I M Caughy
Mr Leiahman Is stopping at Castle
Tjrion the home of Mrs McCroor I
I on the shore of Lake Como Ho Is
keeping In touch with the consulate I
at Milan and with the American cm
Imsaj at Home and conferring fre
quently with the officials ot the Ital J
ian government I
Mr McCaughy had an interview I
with the authorities at Milan today
regarding the further search of tJIC J
lake Tlfe consul Tiolits to Jils ofI
na belief that Churlton was murdered
and his body disposed of In tho sam
manner
Milan June 15The Italian au
thorities have yielded tn the persist I
once of American Consul Caughy and I
authorized the further dragging of I
the bottom of the lake In a search
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for the hotly of Porter Charlton
This announcement was made to
day following a protracted confer
ence between officials of the govern
ment and the consul Mr Caughy
still holds to the theory that Charl
Ion Buffered the same fate as his
wlfo
TS 1 niPTi 1 TT f Yf
BASEBALL IS
A BAD AftlE
Elmira N V June 15 Governor
Hughes has been formally asked by
a committee of citizens to remove
Sheriff L Stanley Day of Chcnnmg
county from office on charges alleg
I ing that professional baseball games
are permitted in Elmira Governor
Hughes has served a copy of the
charges on the sheriff with a request
lor a mmswer within a week
BORSE STIRS UP
A DEAD MAN
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Utica N Y Juno 16A runaway
hor e which jumped the railing of
I an Erie canal bridge late last night
created such a commotion in the wat
er that the body of a man was brought
to the surface The body had boon
in the water for a long time A union
button and a letter signed Your
dear wlfo Anna were found In his
clothes
CAPTAIN MURPHY TO
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REPRESENT CAPT LYON
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Washington June 15 Caplalu
Pierce A Murphy First cavalry sta
tioned at the Presidio San Francisco
has been ordered to Washington to
represent Captain Samuel P Lyon
ns his counsel before the court mar
tial which will try tho latter officer
on the c11alge of discrepancy In hla
statements regarding the Brownsville
riot Captain Murphy was assistant
couusol In the court which tried Maj
or Penrosp in connection with the
same affair so that ho is thoroughly
familiar with tho caKe r
The court will meet at Fort Meyer
on Monday Captain Howland judge
advocate of the court thinks the case
can be disposed of within a week
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DENTIST VIOLATED THE LAW I
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PaterHon N J Juno 1A dentist
may not forcibly remove the false
teeth he has Installed In the patients I
because IB not I
mouth just payment
t e 0 d This Is law In New Jorsoy II
at leapt Interpreted by Judge Lewis
In the suit of Dr William Schanyer
son againt Mrs Samuel Champagner
Mrs Champngner testified she paid
the dentlKt GO and promised ar
equal amount next week
That wont do she said the doe
for answered and thereupon he
pulled Out the tipper and lower seta
of teeth she had just placed In her
mouth
Judge Lewis hold that the dentist
had no legal claim until his work was
completed
BASEBALL PLAYER TO MARRY
New Haven Conn June 15 Bern
ard Rollly president of the senior
class of Yale Law school and a mem
ber last year of the ChicagoAmerican
baseball team announced to his class
mates today that he will be married
on Monday at Brockton Mass He
will return bore in time to receive
hits diploma
ARE BURNED
TO DEAT V
Twelve Laborers Lose
Their Lives in
a Fire
Xingatii Falls Ont June 15
Twelve Austrian laborers known by
check numbers only wore burned to
death In their shacks at Falls View
near here last night Ono woman a
man and a child received probably
fatal Injuries
When firemen from this city
reached the little settlement of for
eigners employed In the power de
velopment work they found four
shacks reduced to embers
WORLDS MARKETS
NEW YORK June 15 Prices of
stocks opened higher today than last
night but the gains did not exceed
a email fraction except In a few In
stances Dealings were meager and
very light Interest was manifested
Erie and Westiiighousc Electric rose
1 and Southern PAcific and Consoli
dated Gas substantial fractions To
ledo St Louis and Western declined
DSA
A ftcoro or more Bipeds made gains
oMt poJrtr < veis > JnY4ir nf grilon
Pacific Southern Pacific Reading
American Smelting Brooklyn Transit
and Consolidated Gas The Erie
stocks and bonds woro unusually
active Eric going up 1 12 the first
preferred 1 34 and convertible 4s 1
U S Realty hone 3 12 and Utah Cop
per 131
There was a decline of a point in
St Louis San Francisco preferred
and the rest of the list sold off
slightly before 11 oclock
I METAL MARKET
Now York June 15Lead steady
spot 145jz > 4nO Copper weak
standard spot ll9fi1220 July
1196121G Silver 33 3Sc
ChlcagQ Livestock
Chicago June 15 Cattle Receipts
estimated at 18000 market lOc low
er Beeves 5COa8 G5 Texas steers
u75a716 western steers 640a
7CO etockcrs and feeders 390a
040 cows and heifers 275aG90
calves G50aS90
HogsReceipts estimated at 21
000 market strong lOc np Light
92Ea9GG mixed 925a9G5 i heavy
595a9G5 rough 92Ea935 good to
choico heavy 92na9Gr pigs 910a
053 bulk of sales 9GOa9 53
Sheep Receipts estimated at 25
000 market 10 to 15c lower Native
350aGOO western 375aGlO year
lings CGJia72R lambs native 570
aS25 western G2Ga825
Omaha Livestock
Omahn Juno 15 Cattle Receipts
2800 market steady to easier Na
I
tie steers 550aS2ii cows and
heifers 350aG50 western steers
I 375a700 canners 275v2D stock
ers and feeders 360G00 calves
400a825 bulls stags etc 375a
I
000
000Hogs Receipts 8900 market lOc
I higher Heavy 930a942 12 mixed
935a9IO light 910a9i7 12 pigs
I 57GOa900 bulk of sales 935a
942 12
I SheepReceipts 3SOO market 13
a20ci lower Yearlings < G75a671
wethors 52fjaG40 ewes 500a
GOO lambs 725aSGO
Chicago Close
Chicago June lCiClo1c Wheat
July 5S Sept 9OOec 91
CornJuly 5S 18 Sent fi3 5S De
cember 5G 12
OatE July 30 34 Sept 35 l2aoS
PorkJuly 2270 Sept 2230
Lard July 1240 Sept 12IO
RibsJuly 1300 Sept 1252 12
Chicago Produce
Chicago June tiiButter steady
creameries 21 l2a27 dairies 23a I
26 Eggs steady receipts 13802 at
mark cases included 15 l2aG 12
firsts 17 12 prime firsts 18 12
Cheese firm daisies 15all twins
11 SlalO young Americas 15 14n12
long horns 15all
Coffee and Sugar
New York June iSusarRn
steady mubcovado S9 test 374 cen
trifugal fit test 124 molasses su
gar 89 test 3349
Coffee Spot Quiet No 7 Rio
S l8all No 4 Santos 9 38
NO AIRSlUP
fOR NEGRO
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Johnson Not Inclined to
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Leave Souvenirs of I I
His Foolishness
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San Francisco Calif June 15
Fifty thoucand dollars gleamed In tho
I Golden smile with which Jack John
son Illuminated his camp last night
II The moving picture deal Is closed
as far as Im concerned he told tho
newspaper men Now I dont caN
what tho others do Ive got mine
and Its a lot of money for me Soma
of my friends say I could mako more i
by taking a chance but Im satisfied
Then theres no chance to mix me up
in any suits
How about Little ho was asked
Oh replied the negro champion
as for Little let him RO ahead and
sue and then some Ho cant touch
this moving picture money AI11
havo to do to carry out my contract I
with the picture men is to get Into
the ring It doesnt matter whether 1
the fight lasts one round or forty
live The picture men are taking all
the chances Besides nobody can say
now that Id be fighting for the fllms
because I have no more interest In
them
But despite JohiiRons confident be
lief that his deposed manager In hors
du combat Little says he will be
heard from He states that he has
had his eye on the picture deal all
I along and has consulted lawyers JLM
to bow best protpct the 25 per cent
interest he says his contract with
Johnson gives him In all the cham
pions moneymaking enterprises Tho
Inns look for Interesting develop I
I ments I
Both promoters Rickard and Glea
eon profess to bo satisfied with the
150000 bid of the eastern syndicate
for the fight picture privileges Their
share like Johnsons would be 50 I
000 and Jeffries If he accepts the of
jVCti terms will come in for Ihe re 1
niTiInlng 50000 Last reports are that 1
Jeffries Is etlll considering tho propo
sition but Is expected to close with
the picture men I
In his sparring bout with Al Kauf
man yesterday lohnson as usual con i
tented himself with defeushC work
Kaufman busied himself throughout
trying to connect with the champions i
body but always Johnsons shifty
arms and gloves Imposed en Impen i
etrable barrier to thp white mans
InOrtn OccUsipiwily JohutToii would I
try to reach his oppentnETAOrNN I
try to reach his opponent and he land
ed several punches though ho was 1
careful not to inflict much damage on i
Kaufman
Larry Sullivan who was associated 1
I with Tex Rlckard In staging the Gans
Nelson fight at Goldfield nearly four
years ago visited the camp yester I
day and saw Johnsons workout He
said he was much Impressed with the
champions appearance and the clcv
I omesH he exhibited
As Johnson lounged In his quarters
I following his workout his ears caught
the explosive exhausts of an automo
i bile in the roadway Ills face took
on a sorrowful expression
I Listen to that he said with a
lugubrious drawl And my machine
I being boxed to send to Chicago It
I makes a fellow feel like an orphan
I What you wapt Jack said one
I of his party Ig a flying machine
Think of the sensation of skimming
through the air like a bird
Yes replied the negro and think
I of the sensation of falling out of one
I bf those bird things with nothing tin
der you and folks saying Heres a
piece of his foot Ill koop that for a
souvenir Nothing doing in the fly
Ing line for muh
John Ls Views
Chicago June 15John L Sulll
I van former heavyweight champion
stopped off In Chicago yesterday en
route from New York to San Francis
co where he will act as correspon
dent for several newspapers in con
nection with the JeffriesJohnson bout
of July 4th and the advance prepar
ation of the principals
How long thn fight would last Sul
hyatt would not predl but thought
15 rounds might see the finish After
a man has conditioned himself to his
i own satisfaction a series of the hard
est boxing bouts should follow ac
cording to Sullivan who thinks Jef
fries Is not following the right pro
gram Now look here pointed out Sul
livan Jeffries hns in his camp such
nlen as Corbetl ChoynBkl Berger and
Armstrong They have all passed the
prime of life and might bo classed
with the has been like myself
They havent the vitality of young
sters and cant stand the wallops they
did years ago A good stiff punch will
about settle any of thorn What I
would propose In Jeffries case would
he to secure at least seven or eight
youngsters husky fellows mind you
who can take u blow and she one
without wincing Fight thrc mlnuto
rounds and let a fresh youngster come
up every round Jf at tho end of nine
I or ten rounds JcffrleM finds that lie
can stand for the punishment then ho
will be fit for the battle of his life
I have rend that Jeffries will be
the aggressor In his fight with John
son but you can take It from me
that nothing of the klUd will be seen 1
or I am badly mistaken Jeffries
never has fought an aggressive fight I
I in all his life Tho other fellow al
ways has come to him and it way
then that JcffrieR planted the knock
I out punch Every fight ho has fousht
will boar me out In this statement
Sullivan thought well of Johnson
I and said the negro would give Jef
fries ODU of tho hardecf battles of his
career l
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HINDUS BRING S RIOOS
r CHARGES Aq4NST OFFICER
Seattle Wash J i f5F SJQl
Icy Jr an Interpreter of Indian lan
guages for the Immigration offices on
the Pacific coast j f aroused of de
manding bribes fronjiHindus seeking
to outer this countr and upon re
fusal of the Hludniiip accede to his
demands of IiavinIjo misinterpret
ed their answers toCTNCBtlons put by
the Immigration InsfSfetors that they I
wore refused admlffi1on and ordered
deported in a petition for a rehearing
filed In the IrnnilgrMlbn office last
night by sixteen TtjffinS of British
India who arrived Nth steamship
Minnesota June i vThese Hindus
vero refused udmifrl6U at a recont
hearing by tho mnri ratlon authori I
ties to
AGREEINT
I ON JBfflC
Harriman ut Make a
New Alliance
in T1i t s
Now York Iun fffJ5I7esldent
Lovelt of the Unlbj kpaCII1C aud
Southern Pacific ra frgadp today ofll
daIly confirmed tmx 1 reports of a
traffic agreement between the South
ern Pacific and tiuetj Louis Ssui
Francisco railroad si2tinB that the
agreement wont Intbjfpftect today and
would continue for Jii years The
following Htatement was Itituieu by
President Lovett L
I Tho north and sciith lines of the
Southern Pacific fla GUi have not
crosBcd the north boreef of Texas
Formerly they recoiwi considerable
business from the j issourl Kansas
k Tsxas and tho Uojjk Island but
I the Connor road haSt Csoveral years
had Its own lines to J rio Gulf and the
I latter with the Copinxdo South
ern about three ttrrago jointly
I constructed a Jlno to the Gulf aud
FOIt Worth rvv
The present agreement provides
i that the Southern raqSflc and the
Frisco shall work prfccrenlially for
irafllc betwtcn soiiul and central
Texas St Louis itRusas City Okla
l homa and other points north It Is a
I traffic agreement nojply neither party
having any running right on the
llne Q Uijj otayujfes j J If finVdiniy
commitments of any character are in
volved
The Southern Pacific and Frisco
I system connect directly at Dallas and
their Interests seem to be Identical In
I working together for the business
mentioned against several other s > s
I terns having through lines from St
Louis to the Gulf
fllGnT Of 1 I
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AEROPLANE I
From Topeka to Kansas
City in Adverse
Winds
Topeka Kan Tune I5J C Mars
the aviator left Topeka at 511 this
morning in an attempt to fly to Kan
sas City Troacherous winds and a
I defective engine forced him lo de
I scend near Grantsvllle six miles
I rom Topeka again at Newman four
I teen miles from Topeka and the third
time at Midland The wind was high
when Mars landed for tho third time
but he expected to resume his lllght
I before noon
Mars is trying for a prize of 5000
offered by J C Strang a capitalist
I of Kansas City the conditions being
that ho must make the flight of 70
miles in three hours actual flying
time although he may laud as often
as he chooses
I After a preliminary brief flight
II
Mars turned the nose of his Curtlss
t biplane the Skylark toward Kan
I sas City mind rapidly rose to a height
of 1200 feet Treacherous air cur
rents were encountered after passing
Grantsville and Mars descended He
tried for a small meadow Uut missed
It and struck in a furrowed coin field
two of the ribs of the lower plane be
ing broken Those were oon re
paired and a second start was made
but a badly working engine necessi
tated another descent near Newmun
The plane was again broken but was
repaired with the limb of a tree and
for the third time Mars climbed the
air The fifteen miles between Newman
and Midland were traveled In 24 min
utes A choppy wind forced Mars to
fly low and lie nearly fell into the
Kansas river while rounding tho
bluffs at EnnlB Ho landed safely in
a meadow near Midland
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I Lawrence Kas Juno 15At loO
oclock J C Mnr arrived here and
wont ton hotel to rest leaving his
aeroplane at lIdlanl1 two miles west
lie announced that ho would not re
sume his flight before 3 oclocl but
thai he will complete the Journey Il1ln
evening
POPUlA lION
Of RUSS1A
Great Empire Now Has
160095200 an In
crease 33199000
St Petersburg Thursday Juno 2
The population of the Russian umpire
iriQlUdlng Finland according to data
collected by the government statisti
cal department for 1909 has reached
100095200 an Increase of 3nlS9000
or 2G2 per Cut since the last gen
eral census In 1897
Tho proportions according to races
Is JIB folioWH
Russians G33 per cent Tartars I
lOG per cent Polish f2 per cent
718 per cent in Poland Finnish i
45 per cent 807 per cent in Fin I
land Jewish 39 per cent Lithuan
ian and Lettish 24 per cent Gor I
man 16 per cent other nationalities
53 per cent And 8C5 per cent of the
entire population is engaged In agri
cultural pursuits the urban popula
tion numbering only 135 per cent
Figures on tho proponion of the
sexes show an Increase of females
only In European Russia and Finland
males predominating in Poland tho
Caucasus and Siberia
MONEY fOR I
T WEST
RcI ationCertificates
of Indebtedness Are
Favored
Washington June 1GThe bill to
authorize the Issuance of certificates
of Indebtedness to the amount of
300000i0 to complete reclamations
projects was adppted by the senate as
a rider on the pending administration
land withdrawal bill Only Senators
Burton Gulllngtr and Ivean voted
against it
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CHAS A WHITE
CROSS EXAMINED
Chicago June Crossexamina
tion of Charles A White the chief
witness of the prosecution In tho
trial of Leo ONeil Browjie on charges
of bribery was resumed today
In reply to Mr Forrest the witness
said ho had not been promised Im I
munity from prosecution Asked why
ho gave his confession to the Trib 1
une Whlto said a friend had advised I
him to
Did not the defendant Browne tell
you the Tribune wanted to kill him
politically because ho opposed a 10
000000 bond issue which the news
paper wished to see authorized
Ho did not
White testified that Otis Yarhor
ouRh who with his brother Syrnoy
I was in Whites room on tho night
Browne is alleged to first have ap
peared as a witness was on the pay
roll 1 t2 a day
Ho could not stay long In a hotel
like the St Nicholas at Springfield on
that wage could he1 Inquired the de
fcube8 lawyer
Im sure I dont know
i AN ATTEMPTED
ASSASSINATION
Sarajevo Bosnia June 15GeneraL
Varesanin De Vares military gover
nor of Bosnia and Ilerzagovnia nar
rowly escaped assassination today
Ho was returning to the palace after
having opened the diet when a So
cliallst named Karajlc fired five
I shots at him with a revolver None
i of the bullets hit De fares
I The wouldbe assassin following
the failure of his attempt ou the lifer
of the governor shot himself
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SECRETARY KNOX ON i
AMERICAN DIPLOMACY
I
Philadelphia Juno 13 Secretary ofl
State Philander C Knox was the ora I
tor at the 154th commencement of the I
University of Pennsylvania hold to
day in tho Academy of Music The
graduating class nufbcrcd 7G3
Secretary Knox chose as his topic
The Spirit and Puruoso of American
Diplomacy
annual baseball
At 4 oclock the I
game between Pennsylvania and Cor i
nell will be started
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HERO OF TWO WARS
Orange N E Juno 15 Captain
John p F Bro QulMt who won lau
rels In both the Mexican and Civil
wars IH dead at the home of his son
hero Ke was S3 wars old
Captain BrogQUlat was born in Den
mark and early Ju lifo he became a
sailor At the outbreak of the Mexi I
can war ho enlisted In the American
navy and saw nome thrilling service I
In that conflict and In flic Civil
warTwo I
Two medals were conferred on him
by congress for acts of special hero I
Ism His homo for a considerable
part of his life was on the Pacific
coast
BOOKKEEPER SHORT
IN HIS ACCOUNTS
Seattle Juno 15C U llollman
former head bookkeeper for a local
brokerage firm was arrested yoster
day on a warrant charging him with
being short in his accounts
Accountants employed to audit lloll
mans books found It is said that
Hollmuns alleged thefts had extend
ed over a period of a rear and that i
the amount probably would reach 3
400Hollman
Hollman came to ScBtUj from Green
Bay Wis
WIRELESS I
COMPANY
Officers Are Arrested on
Charge of Misuse
of Mails
New York June 15 President Wil
son and Vice ProSfdent Bogart of tho
United Wireless Telegram company I
wore taken Into custody by U S Mar
shal Henkol at the companys office I
No 11 Droadway this afternoon and
taken before United States Commis
sioner Shields to bo arraigned on a
charge of misuse of time molls
rho mimmons wero lscud It is
understood on information furnished
by Walter L Meyer cblef postofflco
Inspector and Frank J OBrien and
other postofflce Inspectors The na I
ture of tho charges against the men
were not made public prior to the
hearing The United Wireless Tele
graph company was Incorporated in
Maine to unify wireless Interests It
has authorized 10000000 In common
Atock and 10000000 In 7 per cent
preferred and participating stock
MAN LIVES
A t J T
iii4tz L vOJ i
By Destructive Floods in
the Valley of the Ahr
and Elsewhere
Cologne Gorman June 15Stor
ies of death and of the sufferings of I
the survivors are brought by refu
gees from tho flood valley of the Ahr
river The waters art rapidly subsid
ing but while at their height they
wrought great damage
Sovoral villages on the banks of the
I river Ahr wer literally washed
away Houses collapsing burled their i
occupants beneath the flood So I
strong was tho current that it swept
away locomotives and steam rollers j
as a child might scatter Its toys I
In somo Instances whore the vil
lagers wore driven from their homes
by the waters had not time to reach
time hilltops they climbed into the
branches of trees only to be drowned
as the rising waters tore tho trees
up by their root and i ore them away
Near tho mouth of the Alit river a
rescuing party recovered the bodies
of a woman and an Infant The little j
one was tightly clasped In tim moth 1
ers arms
I
Berlin Juno JTl1c Prussian diet
today unanimously voted authoriza
tion to the government to give ado j
quata financial assistance to tho flood
sufferers iu the valley of the Ahr
I
Belgrade Sorvla June 13 Follow f
ing torrential ruins floods havo cauu
ed havoc in the valley of the Morava I
river Thirtyflrc lives have been I
lost Three towns have been inun
dated Water to a depth of from sev
en to ten feet has filled tho streets
I Many houses undermined have col 1
lapsed j
i I ICing Peter and the minister of pub
lic works left for the scene today
I
Brussels Tune 15 Heavy rains I
throughout Belgium have been follow
ed in the lower lying districts by
flood conditions creating heavy
losses Bridges have been carried
away and stock drowned The vll1
lago of Moos has been devastated by i
tho vagrant waters
I
Berne Switzerland Tuno 15 Inun
dations in the eastern and central
districts Switzerland have caused
immense damage A landslide at AI j
torf burled a factory building killing
ten children employed
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MORAN AND ATTELL SIGN I
Los Angeles Juno 15Accepting I
Promoter J T McCaroys decision as
arbitrator in heir weight dispute
Owen Moran and Abe Attell today
signed for a tonround contest at
Naud Junction on the night of June
21 They will weigh in at 121 pounds j
at 5 oclock In tho afternoon On Fri j
day evening of this weak Jim Barry
and Sand Ferguson heavyweights j
L will fight over tho tenhound course i
at Naud Junction I
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STOPS
I FIUtlT i
Gov Gillett Puts an
End to the Jeffries
Johnson Affair
Sail Francisco iuno Governor
James N Gillett in a long distance
telephone conversation with the As
hocfated Press at 1 oclock said
I have instructed Attorney Gen
eral Webb to stop tho JeffriesJohn
son flsht and I shall expect him to do
so
San Francisco June 13 Attorney
General U S Webb stated today that
ho had received Inductions from Gov
ernor Gillett to take action to pre
vent the JeffriesJohnson fight on July
llh He said that bo would take the
I necessary stops at once I
I TO CARRY MAIL
I BY AEROPLANE I j
rIng
Washington June 15The carry
ing of United States mail by aliship
or aeroplane may bo tho next step In
aerial navigation
Representative Shopard of Texas jj
baa Introduced u resolution authorise
Ing and directing the postmaster gen
oral to investigate the practicability
and cost of an aoroplano or airship
moil route between the City oC Wash
ington and some other point or point
suitable for experiment
Mr ShophardH resolution provide
these experiments shall be mode and
reports submitted at the next session i F
ot the present congress In December T
as to whether aerial navigation may is
be utilized for safe and more rapid w
transmission of the malls I j
Mr Shophards resolution was re i
forred to tho rules committee
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Inland City will not start west from
New York today In search of adven
ture Tho band armed to the teeth 4
with guns pistols and bowie knives
their faces daubed with paint like the
pictures of Indian braves on the war
path was halted by the police on Its
way to Jersey City and tho members
fire now under the care of the Chil
drens society The boys are about
12 years of age They had been
reading realistic stories oC the fron
tier according to the police
MORAN AND ATTELL SIGN
Los Angeles June 15 Accepting
Promoter J T McCarcys decision aa
arbitrator In their weight dispute Ow
en Moran and Abe Attell today s n
ed for a tenround contest at Nan
Junction OH the night of June 24
They will weigh in at 124 pounds at
5 oclock in tho afternoon On Fri
day evening of this week Jim Barry
and Sandy Ferguson heavyweights
willfight over the tonround couro
at Naud Junction
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