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nnnpN CITY UTAH THURSDAY Y EVENING JUNE 16 1910 Entered ao Second Clanc Matter at the Pcatofflce Ogdcn Utah
I r ROOSEVELT
GREETING
l I Thousands Are Making I
1 the Pilgrimage to
j New York
New York Juno 1GFrotU almost
cvory corner of llio and pilgrims aro
maldng UielrTvay today to New York
to talco part In the welcome home of
Colonel Roosevelt PronnrntlmiR I
ij which hate been
under way for sev
fj cral weeks havo been virtually been
completed and when Colonol Roose
yells from tho liner which Is bear
Ing him home to the revenue cutler
Androscoggin Urn machinery will bo
r
sol In motion for what Is expected lo
bo one of the most remarkable item
1 onslratlons of the kind ever held I
From Los Angeles the Billiken
club 100 Hlroug Is traveling to New
I York on a special car duo hero to
Tilghl
From Santa Fo N M another del
Iil gallon Is coming Little Rock Ark
f1 h sending a party of six while Oma
ha Salt Lake City Helena Montana
St Paul Minneapolis Chicago At
lan n Ivnoxvlllo Columbia S C
Cleveland Columbus 0 Cincinnati
r Buffalo Pltlsburg Philadelphia Bos
I ton and scores of other cities near
i and far are making their contributions
of clubs societies and individuals all
of whom are coming hare for the pur
pose of gazing for a mlnuo or two on
tho features of the disUnguIshed way
fnror
jno colouration will consist of two
main features the water parade and
the Innd ua ratio Hundreds of vessels
will tals part In the former while I
the feeliiltics on Innd will engage
countless thousands either as march
ers or rnectators Those In the linn
of march will be limited to a few
tholisayjb for the Roosevelt recop
tion co rimittee found long ago thai it
would ii impossible to hold a parade
as was originally planned The com
millea more than two weeks ago had
received applications for places In the
t line from so many organizations Hint
Jt would have Ukcn all day for them
I to pass a given point Accordingly
it was decided assign these Organ
Jations to stations along the line of
march and to restrict the parade to
Ole Rrugh Riders and the Spanish
j War Veterans as an escort to Mr
Roosevelt
The Kalsorln Auguhte Victoria lb
expected to arrive nt Quarantine at 9
i oclock An hour before that time
Ma > or Gaynora committee of 300 tho
governors here for the occasion and
other notablo guests will board the
Androscoggin and nail down the har
bor to extend first greetings About
one hundred other vessels will ac
r company the Androscoggin down tho
hay As soon as the Kaiserln Augu
slo Victoria comes to anchor Mr
Roosevelt will be taken to the cutter
Mia Roosevelt Kermit Roosevelt and
Miss Ethel Roosevelt will be trans
ferred to the revenue cutter Manhat
tan
As soon as tho transfer is made the
Androacoggln will take her placo at
the head of a double column of ex
cursion steamers private yachts and
tugs Then the naval parade will
begin every vessel In the fleet sa
luting the expresident with
a con I
tinuous blast of steam wblstlos for
two minutes
The battleship South Carolina will
be stationed In Ambrose channel to
greet Mr Roosevelt with the national
salute of 21 guns
The fleet will proceed up the Hud
son rlvor to 109th street and buck to
the Battery whero Colonel Roosevelt
is to land at about 11 oclock There
he will be received by Mayor Gaynor
A stand will seat six hundred official
guests and the mayors committee
The mayor will speak first Mr
Tloosovelt responding fhIs Is expect
ed to be the only public speech of tho
days exercises Among those who
I liavo accepted invitations to sit in tho
guests stand are Governor Henry B
Quimby of New Hampshire Gover
nor J Franklin Fort of > ew Jersey
Secretary Moyor of tho navy Secre
tary Wilson of the department of ag
riculture Captain Butt the presi
dents aide who is to bring a loiter
of greeting from President Taft Sen
ator Flint California Charles P
Vcill commissioner of laljor Law
relict Murphy comptroller of the cur
rency Senator Lodge of Massachus
etts Attorney General OMnlloy
New York GIfford PInchot and Gcn i
eral Luke E Wright
When tho speechmaking is ended 1
the laud parade will be formed The
Roosevelt Rough Riders commanded
by Charles E Hunter of Oklahoma
City will lead preceded by a squad
ron of pollco and the police band
Following the Rough Riders will be H
carriage containing Mr Roosevelt
the mayor and Cornelius Vanderbilt
chairman of the reception committee
Tills will be followed by about 6000 I
Spanish War veterans as an escort
to the committee members who will
rldo in carriages
Tho hue of march will he up But
tery place to Broadway up Broadway
to Wavcrly place thence to Fifth ave
nue and up FIfth avenue to 50th slroot
where the parade will disband Up
wards of 20000 persons comprising
r local and visiting organizations will
i have positions on Fifth avenue for
the narade Many will bo uniformed
or wear tile Insignia of their orders
and nearly all will have hands
After the parade Colonel Rootjevell
probably will so to the home of life
brotherinlaw Douglas Robinson for
a family luncheon and later in the day
will go to his homo in Oyster Bay
SPECIAL SESSION OF
TEXAS LEGISLATURE CALLED I
Austin Texas Juno 17 Governor
T M Campbell Issued
a special call
for a special sesHion of the legisla
lure to be convened July 39 The
purpose of the legislative session Is
to submit controversy between Ito
governor and State Commissioner of I
Insurance W E Hawkins as to tho
ipplicatlon of the insurance laws at
the last legislative stBBion Tho
gov
ernor who Is at the head of the
Insurance board ordered the law sus
pended in a certain instance and the
commissioner advised tho insurant
companies if tbe orders of tho govern
or wero earned out their permits to
do business in Texas would bo sus
pended Then came a request from
the governor that tho commissioner
resign Hawkins refused and It Is
to settle the controversy that the leg
islature will be convened
lAOMA
CAP T At
Court Decision Is in
Favor of City of
Guthrie
i
Guthrle Ikku June lliJudge A 1
H Huston In tho count district
court here today overruled the de
murrer filed by Governor Haskoll to
tho petition of County Attorney Hop
burn who had asked for an Injunction
preventing the removal of tho capital
from Guthrie to Oklahoma City
Attorn r nJl1 Vmt wn phnT
leave to Hie an exception The tem
porary Injunction issued last Mon
day was continued In force until
further order
rIte court held that the enabling
act was valid lu Imposing the condi
tion that the capital should remain
in Guthrie until 1913 that the court
hud jurisdiction over the person of
tho governor In matters where he had
I
no discretion and that the county at
torney had the power to fight the ap
plication for an Injunction Tho d
Cision differed from Attorney General
West on all points I
WORLDS MARKETS
I
LOWER JUITATION ON
THE STOCK MARKET
I
New York Juno IGrrhe opcnlug
stock market today was slightly Irreg
ular but most stocks sold lower than
last night and the tendency iis
downwards after the opening Atlan
tic Coast Line and American Smelting
fell 1 and Amalgamated Copper 3S j
Chicago Alton rose 1 31 and Wesi I
Inghouse Electric 1 i
Fluctuations wore uncertain and I
the range was confined to fractional
changes with very little stock chang I
ing hands I
SL Paul United States Steel and f
the copper stocks rallied while Union
Pacific Reading and the eastern I
trunk Hue stocks fell off Lackawanna I
lost 10 and Kansas City Southen j
and Chicago Great Western pre I
erred 1
I
Chicago Livestock
Chicago June 1 GCaltleHccelpt3
estimated at 5500 Market steady I
Beeves 505JS85 Texas steers j
3256i > 7oO western steers 540
7CO slockors and feeders 2900 < t
GAO cows and heifers 270690 I
calves OEO < 5000
Hogs Receipts estimated at 17000 I
Market low to shade Light 945 i
970 mixed 9450970 heavy 930 I
970 rough 930915 good to
choice heavy 945 < 3 97D pigs 910
9GO bulk of sales 9 539G5 I
pRecelpts estimated tit ID I
000 Market steady shade off Na I
tive n50ff > 600 western 375
UlO yearlings 62 < 3j725 native I
lambs 5768i5 western C25iQ
835
Omaha Livestock
r
Dinaha June 16 Cattle Receipts I
2200 market slow to shade lower
Native steers 550a825 cows and I
boilers 37EaC75 western steers 375u
7 00 i cows and holfers 28fia583
canners 275a4 30 stockers and food I
ere 350a600 calves 00a625 bulls I
I stags etc 75aCOO i
Hogs Receipts 9700 market I
strong to o cents higher Heavy 930n
915 mixed 930a910 light 940a953
pigs 750a900 bulk of sales 935a
J10 I
Sheop Receipts 1200 market I
steady Yearlings 575a075 wethers
C2fiaG25 owes uOOaGOO lambs 700a
900 j
I
Chicago Produce
Chicago June 1C Butter Stcadj I
creameries 24 l2a27 dairies 23a2C
Eggs steady receipts 12491 at
mink canes included l2a6 12
firsts 17 12 prime firsts 18 12
Cheost Steady daisies 15 14
twins H 35al5 young Americas 15
l4a12 long horns 15 14 I
II I
Sugar and Coffee I
New York June IjSugnrHnw
weak muscovado 89 test 308 cen
trifugal 96 tout US molasses sugar
so test 343 Refined quiet
Coffee Spot steady No 7 Rio
S 14 No 4 Santos 9 34
DEEP GLOOM
IN FRIISCO
I
Stopping of the Fight
Has Caused Despair
Among Sports
San Francisco June 16Wlth a
permanent Injunction against tho Jet
fricsJohnnon fight and un applica
tion for a temporary restraining
or
tier against the JvaufinniiLaugford
contest to bu thou in the > un ri r
1 court here tomorrow morning I Attor
I ney General Webb will fire tho first
I legal gun In tho war declared on
prize fighting In thin state by Gov
ornor Gillett
When Informed of tho Intention of
the attorney general today Tex Rlck
ard said that
Immediately on an ad
verse decision of the court he would
remove tho scene of the battle ground
to sonio other state Ho also stated
that with tho handing down of an uu
I favorable dccialon he would com
I menco a civil action against the gov
ernor and tho
attorney general to re
I cover damages for the expense he
has already undergone to prepare for
the light here
Richard wan In consultation today
with Attorney W H Melson In re
gard to th eprojioecd civil suit Al1
tornoy General Webb stated today j
I that pn account of the proximity in j
time of the KaufmunLangford con
test which Is scheduled for next Sat
urday ho will ark for a temporary re j
strnlnlng order against that fight as
the court will hardly have time to 1
hear arguments for a permanent In j
Junction against It As the big match
does not occur until July Hh the at
Crony general does not see the feces
slty for similar action and the motion
will bo made for a permanent re j
straining order which In tho mean I
time will not prevent the promoters
from continuing with their prepara
tions for tho match Jt is hardly
llkelj however that Richard and
Gleason will avail themselves of this
privilege for they have ordered all
work on the arena to cease
San Francisco June IGDrab de
spulr like an lllomeuod night bird
broods over the light fans of San
Francisco Governor Gllletts mes
ages to Attorney General Webb In
voking the arm of tho law to put a
quietus on the JeffriesJohnson aud I
i tho LongfordKaufman contests are
generally regarded as a knockout
blowto the fight samoln California
Tho issue however la a matter for
the courts to determine finally and
unions Promoters Rlckard and Glea
IBln conclude voluntarily to abandon
their plan of holding the battle of
the century In this city it may be
several days or longer before a defl1
nite solution of the chaotic question
regarding the scene of the champion I
slap contest la arrived at Reno and I
Ely Nov and Salt Lake City are j
the alternative localities now under
consideration
A vigorous struggle to defeat the
governors attempt to stop the big
fight is In prospect however Mayor I
McCarthy will come to the rescue of I
tho promoters he announced in a j
statement Issued from Chicago last
night And tho latest announcement
from Promoter Gleason Is that the
attorneys representing him and JUde
ard have advised them to go ahead
with their arrangements for holding
the contest iii San Francisco
We will act upon the advice of oln
lawyers Gleaaou said early today
We have not violated the law in any
way nor do we Intend to
Attorney General Webb In a state
ment Issued late last night pledgee
himself to stop tho contest He says
The letter of the governor Is a
positive and peremptory command ad
dressed to thin office to prevent the
JeffrlesJohnson fight The iovrrnor
states that the facts as presented lo I
him show that the fight if hold will
he a prize light and that prize tights
are prohibited by the laws of this
stateThis
This command the governor has
tho right and JKJWCI to make and It
is the duty of this office to complv
with it I shall lake such action as
the law warrants to prevent tho fight
being held It Is the tight of the of
flee of tho governor to command H I
is the duty of thin office to obey His
Instructions will be followed to tho
letter
I am Dot at liberty to state Just
the character of proceeding that will
bn Instituted but such action or ac
tions as may be necessary to accom
plish the ends desired by the gov
ernor will be brought
My final word in this matter IB
that I am going to carry out the gov
ernors Instruction laIn going to
stop tho fight
In a statement given out earlier In
the evening Mr Webb indicated tho
construction he would place on the
JeffriesJohnson battle which Its pro
moter declare will not bo a prize
fight but merely a boxing contest
and therefore not In conflict with the
I state law
The fact ot the matter Is de
clared tho attorney goneral that IT
this contest is one in which the con
testants enter tho ring with the
avowed Intention of kniMJking each
other out to mica fighting term it
Is a prize tight and ngnluut the law
If they Aof not contemplate knocking
each other out I apprehend It Is a
fake and ought to be ntoppod
Whether Tox Rlckard will stand by
Gleanon in contesting the governors
order has not yet bcou stated The
latest word from Rlckard Is that he
will await the attorney generals care
ful examination of the law He has
been promised a definite answer from
I that official in three days he says
as to whether there la a possible
chance of holding IhSi light hero
If we cant fightJin San Fran
cisco he concluded then we will go
either to Reno or Kjy Nov or to
Salt Lake City Utah Either of thoso
cities will rccelo i8 with open
j anus J
j armsWhen the disconcerting news was
flrst brought to Rlcl art ho sm led
I grimly and puffed hard at his cigar
I Ita pretty tough thit I we should
I hero boon allowed to go this far and
then bo crushed he lamented We
I will ho losers by about 40000 if the
fight doesut take plucc here That
I sum has actually bren spent by us
up to date on the arena and for other
I things and we are not counting upon
our 520000 forfeit to tho lighters
either The work on tho arena will
bo continued until we are positively
told to atop but before I make up
j my mind to pull off the light hero I
must have positive jassurnnce that I
there will bo no Interference of any
sort t I
Just what Mayor McCarthy Intends
to do to frustrate at he announces
the governors determination to stop
the contest is a niyalery to all con I
I cerned
J
Reports from Ben uomond say that
Jim Jeffries Is sllll Incredulous over I
tho news that the governor has in
terfered Tho big follow apparently
cant bring himself believe thnt llio I
governor Is sincere in his Instrur
ions to Ito attorney general Jack
1 Johnson likewise finds it difficult to
credit the information Roth how
I over reluctantly declare that if they
cant fight In California4 they will
I leave It to the promoters to pick the
I location for the contest as It is ntin
ulatcd in the fight articles of agree
j went
I Johnson made a naive suggestion
I as a way out of the dilemma
I All I want is to flit he said
If break any of the laws of the
I
state 1 am willing fo settle for It
I afterward r
The negro champion did not st Mu
to bo much perturbed however over
tho situation I >
0 course Ill go right along with
my training he said Ill bo ready
to FO Into the ring nnywhora the pro
moters pitch it and in order to fill
fill my part of the agreement ill bf >
ready on the date opecified In the
articles r
Louis Blot who Is promoting the
KaufmanLangford contesl scheduled
to he held here uext Saturday de
clares that ho will carry out his plans
for that event despite the govcrnorj
orders to the contrary lIe says his
lawyers have assured him that he Is
acting conformity with tho lawg In
staging that light
By switching the light from San
Francisco to some other point the
promoters assert that they stand to
lose a large sum It Is estimated that
the gate receipts If tho fight is held
here will be in the neighborhood of
hnlf a million dollars That sum
wquld be very inateitfally reduced If
It Is necessarv to change the scone
Governor GillctL in an Interview
given out at Sacramento last nlghl
denied that political considerations
prompted his action in the fight mat
tor He declared also that his action
was not Influenced by the telegram to
President Wheeler of the San iian I
cisco Chamber of Commerce from
Representative Bennett Now York
saying that tho light would Interfere
with Sun Franciscos securing con
gressional aid for tho Pacific Panama
exposition
The only reason he would advance
was his declaration that the fight was
not countenanced by the laws ot the
utate and that he considered St his
official duly to stop it
COLORED MEN
DISAPPOINTED
Chicago June lGln colored cir
cles on the south side there was keen
j disappointment last night over the
i announcement that Governor Glllott
j will not allow the JeffriesJohnson
1 fight to he hold In California The
j colored people almost aro united In J
their belief that Johnson will give
Jeffries tho first beating of his cham
pionship career and nearly all have
been laying by neaL little sums to
wager on the result
Among them thero vas n question
of doubt as to whether the fight can
ho staged either at Reno or Ely and
if the fight is not staged nt one of
these places the colored folks believe
the bout never will take place and
the question of scpromacy between
Jeffries and Johnson never will be
settled
I
The king plus of the colored hell
I
were ns downcast as others as many
of the wealthy had made arrange
ments to go to Sun Francisco In a
special train known as the Black
Special
Jeffries Still Training
Ben Lomond Cal June 16Jitn
Jeffries will continue his training for
tho big fight whether It Is to ho i
held in San Francisco or elsewhere
That Information Was given out to <
day by Jack Jeffries brother of the I
retlrol champion Jim wont let up j
he said unless be Is told to ilo so I
by Rlckard or Gleason
Jeffries was expected to go through I
his regular road stunts today also to
don tho gloves with Cornell and
I
Choynski in the open ring
I
TO REDISTRICT MISSOURI J
Jefferson City June IGThc Ro J
publican state committee has agreed
upon a oposed amendment to tho i
constitution to be submitted at tho i
November election providing for re
districting the st1te1t IB planned
lo givo the Republican and Demo I
crallc parties each half of the 31 dls
Irlctb The litter now control 23 j
They will contest the amendment
CARRYiNG
TUEGOSPEl
Roosevelt Tells How to
Christianize the
World
Edinburgh Scotland Juno IGA
letter from Theodore Roosevelt ex
pressing sympathy with the move
ment and regret at his Inability to be
present was read at todays session
of the world missionary conference
Tho communication which was adi
dressed to Silas McBoo an American
delegate aroused much enthusiasm
Mr Roosevelt wrote
London May C 191011 Dear
Sir It Is a matter of real profound
regret to me thai I am Imperatively
callod away to America so that 1 am
unable to be present in person at the
world missionary conference I regret
It tho more as If I had beon able
to bo present It would have as a del
egate from the Dutch Reformed
church of America to which I be
long
Nothing like your proposed con
ference has over hitherto taken place
From many nations and from many
churches your delegates gather on
thin great occasion to initiate a
movement which 1 not only hope but
belIeve will he fraught with far
reaching good
For the first time In four centur
ion Christians of every name come
together without renouncing their sev
eral conviction or sacrificing their
several principles to confar as to what
common action may be taken In order
to make their common Christianity not
only known to but a vital force
among the twothirds of the human
race to whom as yet Ills hardly even
a name
Surely every man imbued as or
eo man should be with the ethical
teachings of Christianity must re
joice In such an effort to combine the
strength of all the churches in the
endeavor to christianize humanity and
to christianize it not merely In name I
but In very tact I
Your conference represents the 1
practical effort to apply teachings of i
the Jo Del to what the epistle of I
Judea calls tho common salvation An I
Infinite amount of worjk remains to be I
done beiore we can regard ourselves i
us being even within measurable dis I
tance of the desired goal an Infinite
amount at home in the dark placets
which too often closely surround the
brightest centers of light and an in
finite amount abroad In those dark j
places of the earth where blackness I
Is us yet unrelieved by any light II
When such Is the high purpose to I
which you have dedicated yourselves
it 4s eminently fitting that your Invi I
tation should have gone to all Christ I
Ian churches in all lands I um sure
that there will be a general and I
hope a universal response In mis j
sionary work above all other kinds of
Christian work it Is Imperative to I
Pt
remember that a divided Christendom
I
can only Imperfectly bear witness to
the essential unity of Chrlstlanlly I
believe that without compromise of
belief without loss of the positive
good contained In the recognition of
diversities of gifts and differences of
administration the Christian churches
may yet find a way to cordal opera
lion and friendship as regards Iho
great underlying essentials on which
as a foundation all Christian churches
are built I
This Is one of the lessons which
i
has been particularly Impressed on j
mo by what t have seen of Christian I
work In Africa both Iu heathen and I
Mohammedan hinds I believe that
unity in a spirit of Chriallau broth
erhood for such broad Christian work I
wilt tend not to do away with dif
ferences of doctrine hut to prevent us
from laying too much stress on these
I differences of doctrine It is written
in the scriptures that Ho that doth
my will shall knowoth of the doc
trine But the reverse of this cannot
ho found in Hqjy Writ Emphasis i
I to be put on Doing the will If we
can make up our minds to work to
gelher with earnest sincerity for the I
I I
common good we shall find that doc
I trinal differences In no way Interfere i
with our doing this work
Wishing you all success I am I
vary elucorelj yours
Signed THEO ROOSEVELT
MUSICIANS HAD
ANNOYED OTHERS
New York June 160no hard
place In Glad Stars of the Gloomy
Night a duet lor cornet and trom
bone was responsible for a scone in
Municipal Judge Coltrols court yes
lorday when fifteen neighbors of
James and Peter Borich amateur mu
sicians protested because they were
prone lo practIce folirtenn hours at a
stretch
Jumps and Peter have been getting
ready for a concert to be given on
Tuesday of noxt week They are
down on the program for a duet
James plays the cornel and Peter the
trombone i
On Tuesday they took a day off
and determined to learn the concert
sqlccllon properly They began al 5
oclock In Ito morning and ended at
H oclock at night
Mathias Vpnpgch who is troubled
with Insomnia filed the charges
which resulted Jn a court hearing
MARRIAGE LICENSES AT PROVO
I
Provo Jino 15 < Marriage licenses
have been Issued lo the following
couples Bernard C Jnckson anti
Ethel E Carter both of Eureka Gar
land Doll Wood and Vida Houtz both
of Sprlngvillo William Douglass of
Eureka and Pearl McClellan of Pay
son Clarence C Jacob and Florence
C Johnson both of Provo William
Ed Cnrlln of Washington D C and
Jessie of Colfax Ia Lulgl Grandlo
and lovlna Joggers both of Colton O
J Peterson of Salt Lake and Ernm
Clark of Lehl
EXPLOSION OF GASOLINE
I
Logan Juno GAn explosion of
gasoline occurred at the American
steam laundry this afternoon result I
ing In the burning of two employes
and the loss of property to the value I
of 1000 Earnesl Bcckert was ter I
ribly burned about tho head back and
arms and John Erickson foreman
severely burned about tho head
The cause of the explosion Is not
known theories being that a match
was Ignited on the floor by one of the
men while walking into tho room
I where the gasoline was kept
j Bi Ko I
BLAh HAND
OUTRAGE
1I
Tenement in New York
I Blown Up by a Dyna
I mite Bomb
I =
Now York June 16The explosion
of a dynamite bomb in the hallway ot
a First avenue tenement today
i wrecked the first floor of the Interior
I The 150 occupant of tho building bo
I came panlcstrlckeu when they found
the sail way exit blocked by the ex
plosion and fled to the fire escapes
Fireman had to remove the majority
of thom by the ladders The explo
sion Is believed to have been tho work
of Black Handera who for months
i have been writing threatening letters
to Frank Fassett a barber who con
ducted a shop on the first floor The
bomb blow away a great part of the
barber shop walls
SWITZERLAND IS
SWEPT BY FLOODS
Berne Switzerland June 161110
floods in Switzerland caused by con
tinned rains parlicularly in the casl
em and central districts have pro J
to be the moat disastrous in the last
sixty years Twenty lives have beau
los
Many bridges constructed at great
expense have been either carried
away or seriously damaged
Property losses aggregating > 2250
000 havo already been reported 1
MINING CAMP IS I
SWEPT BY FIRE
Naco Aria limp Ifi Tho entire
mining town of Movar bl III Sonora I
including tenstamp mill lun been I
destroyed by tho forest fire that Is f
sweeping the OJo and Bacoachi moun
talus The miners had a narrow es
cape for thoir lives and had to build
back fires to enable them to flee to I
Cananca
RECORD MADE BY
GUNS OF COKREGIDOR i
Manila Juno 1C United Stales
army oilicors state that during last
nights practice tho now batteries on
Corrogldor island at the entrance Lo
Manila buy broke the worlds record
Out of twelve shots from the six
inch guns eleven were placed In the
bullseye I
I MINING MEN SELECT
COMPANY OFFICERS
j
Salt Lake June fj1ho stockhold
I ers of tho Nevada Gold Mining and
Milling corporation met Wednesday
afternoon for the purpose of electing
thin board of directors for tho cnsu
Ing year Tho following were elect
cdr Freeman Morlngstar Walter G
Tuttle W D Mnthta Sereno B Tut
tie P L Williams J F Dunn James
E Palne U J Dull and II P Clark
Following the stockholders meet
I ing the directors selected the follow
j ing officers Freeman Moringstpr
1 president Walter G Tuttle vice pres
I ident H P Clark ireasurer W D i
Mathlg assistant Ireasurer Sorouo B
Tuttle secretary and general manag i
or Vernon B Culler assistant sec J
rotary The executive committee of
tho company IB comprised of Freeman
Mornlngatar chairman W D Mathls
S B Tuttlo and W G Tuttle
The property of the company ib at
the gold camp of Aiuora Nov It
Is reported that a gold quartz vein i
four foot eight Inches wide haD been
opened up on the central claim of the
Golden Cycle group the values run1
alga from 8 to 14 upr ton Jt Is I
expected thai an Impetus will be glv j
en to this old camp by the building
of the electric power lne from Mono
Lake Just over the NevadaCalifornia
line I
DIVERS IN
lAKE COMO
They Are Searching for
the Body of
Charlton
Como Italy June Professional
divers began today operations In
Lake Como In the hope that If the
aters conceal the body of Porter
Charltou it will he recovered The
divers were engaged by the govern
ment on tho insistence of Charles Mv
Caughcy American consul at Milan
who holds to the theory that the per
son or persons who murdered Mrs
Mary Scott Castle Charlton and
placed her body In a trunk and sank
It in tho lake disposed In similar
fashion of her husband The police
do not incline strongly to tho the
ory of a double murder and after tho
bottom of tho lake had been dragged
In spots with grappling hooks they
were prepared to abandon this line
of Investigation Mr Caugiey how
ever urged that a further search be
made by divers and the Italian au
thorities yielded to tho wishes of the
consul The arrival today of the
divers from Genoa caused much ex
I cilomenl among the peasants The I
Interest In the caso locally is not con I
fined to these residents and summer
visitors throughout this section In I
cluding a number of Americans have
been attracted to the scene of the
tragedy They gathered on the lako 1
shore In force today hoping to wit
ness a solution of the fystery of the
Charlton disappearance
It is not certain that divers will be I
successful in sellling tho question be
cause of the dopth of the lake which
S in spots is a thousand feet The be
lief is strong among many Including
lie police that Charlton Is now on
j board a steamer bound for New York e
I WOMAN DIES AT
101 YEARS OF AGE I
Now Yoik Tune 16lrs Hopsa
Cottlc widow of Franklin D Collie
a San Francisco contractor is dead lit
her home here She was 101 years
oldMrs
Mrs Collie a year ago celebrated
her one hundredth birthday by taking
her lirct automobile ride She forth
with became an enthusiast and 1
week later motored to Boston and
back and enjoyed the trip hugely
Born in Mnssachuselta Mrs Cot
lie went California In 1S51 and
lived there until the city of San Fran
oiEco was visited by the earthquake
Her home was burned and she baa
lived in New York City ever since
SANTA FE STOPS
ALL IMPROYEMEMTS
Los Angeles Cal June 1C Pro
jected improvements calling for thn
expenditure of 3000000 by the Santa
Fo railroad in California have been
abandoned The reason according to
a statement thai came from the offi
ces of the company last night is that
the governments action in holding up
the proposed Jncrease in freight
rates has made It Impossible to pro
cure the necessary money on equl
able terms
MOVING TO OUST
DIRECTOR NEWELL
Washington June 16lhe house
bill to Increase tho engineer corps ol
the army which carries a provision
which would permit the president to
supedsede with an army engineer Di
rector F FI Newell of the rcclama
lion service was reported to the sen
ate today by the committee ou mil
itary affairs A mlnoiity report will
be tiled by Senator Dixon
I
YOUNG WOMAN
I DROWNS KERSELf
II
j St Louis June 16Mrs Ruth
Smith a dhorccc 25 years old fol
lowed her lance to his trysting
place yesterday on the banks of the
Mississippi river and liuding him eu
tertalnlng mother sweetheart ran to
the side of the boat aud jumped into
the water She droxvaod before aid
could reach her
I
WILD ANIMALS OF
A CIRCUS ESCAPE
Ebcnsbtirq Pa June It Th
Frank A Robinson circus train com
posed of fIfteen cars was wrrkcii
one mile from hero early today on
tho Cambria Creiuon branch of th
Pennsylvania railroad Two Hunt ar
elephant one Ieoliar oeoliyuni one
jaugar anti an Ihex arircpbteit >
bo at large as 1 result of lie 5dccpi
nieul Several circus rmployM vr
injured
d OGDEN THEA TR EXTRAORDINARY ENGAGEMENT 1 N GLI 11kT U AT kenil1 pC I >
TONIGHT MARGARET kNp l m flelena 111chle I Toiiight
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