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IS THE THE EVENING PAPER OF PAPER TO Q3n tanbarb WEATHER FORECAST
ii t THE INDICATIONS ARE THAT THE
DAY THE MORNING WEATHER WILL BE FAIR AND
COOLER TONIGHT AND TUES
PAPER 0F YESTERDAY + DAY
Fortieth Year No 147 Price Five Cents
OGDEN CITY UTAH I MONDAY EVENING JUNE 20 J9JO Entered as Second Class Matter at the Poatoffice Ogden Utah
I UHSZZ
f slItIs ii
4 Wedding Day of Theo
I dore Roosevelt and
l Miss Alexander
New York June 20 Weather typi
cal of tho month of brldos and roses
I attended the wedding day of Miss
Elonnor Butler Alexander and Theo
dore Roosevelt Jr whose nuptials nt
the Fifth avenue Presbyterian church
today promised to furnisho ono of
the most notable society evonts of tho
season The promised atlendanco of
the grooms distinguished father
whose welcome homo from abroad
stirred Now York on Saturday stim
ulated popular interest In the func
tion so that there was every promise
of record throngs in the vicinity of
the church edifice long before 4
oclock the hour set for tho cere
mony
manThe
The church was beautifully decoiat
cd with pink and white blossoms
roses lilies of the valley and peonies
predominating and everything was in
I readiness for the ceremony to be pei I
formed by Rev Dr Henry M San I
dors a great undo of the bride assist
ed by Rev Gordon Russell of Cran
L ford N J
Arrangements concluded provide I
for a musical program while the
guests were assembling and provided
for the brido being given away in
marriage by her mother Mrs Henry
Addis W Alexander
The brides costume is of conven
tional whlto satin with point lace and
orange blossoms Her matron of
hoonr Is Mrs Snowden Fahenstoek I
whose wedding look place on June 1
with Miss Alexander as bridesmaid
while the bridesmaids of toda are
the Misses Harriet nnd Jeanette Alex i
ander cousins of the bride Joanna
I
i Pclano and Miss Jessie Mllllngtou
< Drake of Paris I
I
Tho ceremony will be followed by 1
a reception at the home of Mr and
Mrs C B Alexander tho brides un
do and aunt After the reception thu
young couple will go on their honey I
moon to California an ilwlll spend I
some time there The bridal gifts
were numerous and valuable
The engagement of Theodore Roosc
I volt Jr and Miss Alexander was an
nounced last February The groom
is 22 and the bride 21 years old
Now York June 20As soon as I
Col Roosevelt arrived in New York
tnday lltf r itlook office
where lie shut himself up with his
f private secretary go through a por
tlon of the accumulation of corre
spondence awaiting him
t It was said on his behalf that he I
I could see no callcrfl bnt would remain
ul work until II was time for him to
go to the wedding
NVTATON
j is DECllNEDI
Young Girl Is Offered
a Ride With the
President
Washington June 20That an In
S from the president is equiv
alent to a command was dlsproven
by a young woman yesterday after
noon when Mr Taft invited her to
take a ride In his automobile The I
President however did not reel that
he had suffered a rebuff as tho invi
tation had been extended merely in a
desire to assist
Accompanied by his aide Captain I
Butt the President was taking a spin
in his handsome car As they drow I
near a young man and young woman
who wero on horseback the mount of I
tho latter stumbled and fell throw
ing Us rider Captain Butt sprung
from the machine and ran to her aid
1 the President anxiously looking on to
see If she had been hurt He proffer
iri the use of his machine tlugbe t
ing that the young woman allow him
to send her home She declined as
j she said she would remount Captain
Butt and her escort assisted her bark
into the saddle where she swayed diz
i zily for a moment Again thePres
ident tendered the use of his car but I
again the young woman declined and
was presently herself again She and i
her CRCort then rode off without tho
1 President and Captain Butt learning j
whom they bad aided
i AN UPRISING OF
MEXICANS IN SIGHT
I
El PTSO June 20 According to
Mexican secret aervicc men two meet
Ing were held In this city Sunday b >
antiDiaz Mexicans the meetings be
ing preliminary the secret service
I agents bellevo to an attempt at an
uprising when General Reyes returns
from Enrope
Officers of the Mexican troops ala
hOned at Cludnd Juurez across Iht
river from El Paso have reports that
I there has been active purchasing of
p firms in El Patio as haa been the case
at BIsbcc Douglas and Naco
TEN MEMBERS OF CREW
LOST IN A COLLISION
Holyhcad Wales June 20The
French freight steamer Lallochelle1
I from Bordeaux for Liverpool was
unk through collision with the BrlJ
I
lab freighter Yews
off Skerries Ire
land today Ton members of the
trench vessels crew were drowned
LAUGHED AS HE
WENT TO SCAFFOLD
Wnlla Walla Wash June 20
Frank Barker an exsoldier rom Spo
kane wan hanged today for the mur
der of Ira Messingor at Medical Lake
in 1908 Barker went to the scaffold
laughing and joking with his guards
He was convicted of killing Messin
ger an exsoldier following a quar
rel
MOODY WILL GET
GETHIS
HIS FULL PAY
Washington JunH 20 Tho Glllett
hill to permit Justice Moody of the
United States supreme court to retire
on full pay on account of his long
continued illness was passed by tho
hpusc today by unanimous consent
THEY SAWED THEIR
WAY TO FREEDOM
Muskogee Okla June OTwo
men sawed their way through steel
bars and escaped from the federal I
Jail hero last night They have not
been recaptured Five others refused
to leave
1g6 NRO
I
IS DOWNED
Officer Had to Stand
on a Chair to
Rap Him
Plttsburgf Pa Tune 20Charles
Washington a sevenfoot negro
threatened lo clean out a police court
during a hearing of some of his friends
who had been arrested Ho had over
awed court officers and witnesses un
til Lieutenant Carroll who Is but five
fict nnd a half played a chair be I
hind the negro climbed upon it and
foiled him with a black Jack A I
squad of police then carried Washing
ton to a cell I
WORlDS MARKETS
GOlD ADVANCE IN THE
PRICE OF RAILROAD STOCKS
New York Jiuc 207 Only a fow
scattered orders wore in the stock
market for execution at tho opening
today ltie result being slight ad
vances throughout Toledo SL Louis I
Western rose 1 11 Republic Steel
and Pressed Steel Car preferred 1
and Reading Kansas City Southern I
and St Louis San Francisco sec
ond preferred largo fractious I
The market became strong more
active and broader with a good in
quiry for the standard railroad
stocks The Toledo St Louis
Western stocks which were liquid
ated holly last week rebounded vig
orously the common rising 2 11 and
the preferred 4 14 I
St Loula San Francisco second
preferred rose 134 Reading 1HS
American Sugar Peoples Gas and
Westinghouse Electric 111
Chicago Livestock
Chicago June 20 Cattle Receipts
20000 market steady Beeves 575
S7c Texas steers S526JC
western stoOlS 5407GO stockors
and feeders 1 005050 cows and
heifers 75700 calves C 50 I
900
900Hoge
Hoge Receipts estimated at 2C
000 market 10 < g > 15c up Light MO
< 97o mixed 940 < 3970 bevy I
930 < g9G5 rough 930910 good
to choice hevy 4094G pigs 915
9CO bulk of Bales 950970 I
SheepReceipts estimated at 12
000 market 1015c up Notice 3 25
355 western 32635560 year I
lings 57G730 lambs native GOO
7G5 western 625765 I
Omaha Livestock
Omaha June 20 Cattle Receipts I
5700 best strong others quiet West
ern steers 3751f GSG cows and heif
ers 37G < gi085 Texas steers 300IW
675 cows and heifers 275G50
calves 10001825 bulls stags etc
375GOO
HogsReceipts 5SOO market lOiffi
15c higher hon aG9A5 mixed
S940 < < 9J5 light 94095G pigs
750900 bulk 9AO9Hi
Shfep Receipts 5500 market
steady Yearlings 525Q025 weth
ers lJ2CT52i ewes 00500
lambs 72G82G I
Chicago Produce
Chicago June 20OutterStadr
creameries 24 l227c dairies 23j
° Go
Eggs Steady receipts 1107 at
mark cases Included 15 12IG l2c
llrsle 1712c prime lirsts 1S12C
Cheese Sleadj dairies 1G < JP
151ic twina UUIfolGc young
Americas 13fi 1512c long horns 15
1Ci 1le
Chicago Close
Chicago June 20Close Wheat
July 95 34 Sept 91 12 j Dec 91 12
Corn July 59 l4a3S Sept 60 12
aSB Doc 5S 14
OatH July 3S 5S Sept 3i u8
Dec 38 3S
Pork July 2365 Sept 2290
Lard July 1250 Sop 12es 12
Ribs July 1317 l2a20 Sept
1270
Sugar and Coffee
Now York June 20SugnrRw
quint Muscovado 89 test 3GS ecu
ttrlfugal 0G test 418 molasses su
I
I gar 89 tost S343
I fCeeSpot steady No 7 Rio
1 814cNo I Santos 9 3Sc
I
Metal Market >
I New York June 20Lead spot 4
10a4no Copper easy ntnudard pot
and July 120a1 20 silver 53 34
TEACING
I MEDICINf
Five Years Instead of
Four Will Be Re I
quired
I
I
Nov York Juno 20Il was an
nounced here todaj that the Fordham
University school of medicine has de I
cided to lengthen Its period of in
struction from four to five years At
the same time a radical change In
the system of instruction will be mado
and a couroe of study based on tho
socalled Case system of teaching
which has boon In use in European
colleges for ono hundred and fifty
years or more will be adoptod 1
These samewhat revolutionary steps
aru taken according to the Fordham I
faculty in the belief that present I
methods of teaching medicine In the
medical colleges or this country re
sult in tho graduation of Inefficient
and Improperly trained physicians
Under the Case system a course dif
fors In many respects from the pn5
onE method of study From the begin
ning of his work the student Is
brojight In contact with various pa
tients being compelled to take
charge of particular cases Each Any
ho must Interview tho patient note
the progress of thu dls CIo prescribe
treatment and note the result of treat
ment
In speaking of the chango Dr V
B Sorrapure president and dean of
physiology said
This educational movement will bo
or great benefit to the public at large
and it will have a far reaching ef
fect and before long othqr medical
colleges in thjs country will take it
IL means better and more efficient and
fnicllfcont physicians whore tho
schools now graduate three physi
clans under the new system the
would graduate only ono but that one
would be a good physician bene
fit to the public and a credit to his
collage I
Tho present method in medicine is
too hurried too much book learning I
and too little personal observation
and practice upon the port of the
students Of the number of graduat I
ed physicians each year only ten per i
cent obtain appointments to hospitals
I
ala for their two years trainingthe
other ninety per cent Invariably hang
up their shingles and begin practice
without hospital training
ORRBlE I
SPECTACLE
I
Driver of a Motor Is
Encircled With
frames
Chicago June 20 Charles Driver
a motorman lies dying In a hospital
from Injuries he sustained yesterday
while endeavoring to save passengers
of his car from the deadly electric I
fluid of a brokqn feed wire
The car with others had been slop
ped where overhead repairs were in
progress on the Cabin John bridge
lineThe
The passengers had left the cars
and were walking about Two young
women approached too near tho sput
tering feed wlro Driver saw their
danger leaped forward brushed them
aside and seized the wire The cur
rent hurled him back against his car
and his clothing burst into flumes j
As scores of people looked on nhud I
dcrlng at the horrible spectacle of the
burning man borne one sprung for
ward and smothered the flames with a
coat Driver was then lifted and borne
lo tho bank of tho Potomac river
hard by where water was thrown up i
on him and fruitless efforts to bring
him back to consciousness made It
was long after he reached the hos
pital that he became conscious
Then his wife who had been a
mother but two weeks and had risen
to come to his bedside was Informed
that there was little chance for his re
covery
PRINCE FUSHIMI IN SEATTLE
SEATTLE Wash June 19Prlnca
and Princess Fushiml accompanied
by their suite arrived here tonight
from Chicago and will leave tomor
row for Yokohoma Prince Fuimlml
is a second cousin of tho emperor of
Japan and is making a tour of the
world
SULTAN OF SULU
OF SWEET MEMORY i i
Manila June OThc Sultan of
Sulu who onco offered his hand In
marriage to Miss Alice Roosevelt Is
to visit America Ho announced that
the chief object of ha trip abroad IK to
dispose of a collection pearls val
ued at something like 250000 the
proceeds of which will he devoted to
Improving the condition of his people
He will be accompanied by fourteen
prominent Moros He already has sail
ed for India and will make stops at
Several European cities
In August 1905 President Taft
who in his capacity us secretary of
war was touringtho Philippines with
a congressional delegation and an un
official party tjfiltcdZuly
The Americans Including President
1
=
Roosevelts daughter were entertain
ed lavishly by the sultan Who show
ered them with gifts and finally de
clared his wish to make Miss ROOBP
volt the Sultana of the Sulu archi I
pelago He insisted hid people were
unanimous In their denlr that she
remain among them Miss Roosevelt
howovcr returned homu to become tho
wife of Congressman 1slcholas Long
worth one of the jun p
SALAD POISONS
EIGHTEEN PERSONS
Pawtucket R L June 20A chick
en ealad served at a lawn party given
by tho ladles aid wocloty of the Edge
wood Congregational church last
evening IH uald by the police to have
caused the ihlnetusof eighteen who are
suffering today from ptomaine pois
oning Among tins most seriously af
fected are Colonel Arthur V Wartleld
a member of the governors staff and
his wife and daughter The pastor
I of the church Rev Dr John Hale
Larry and his wife are also among th
sufferers
ISTATEllOOO I
I LLSGNLD
II Arizona and New Mex
ico Nov Have Cause
to Rejoice
Washington Juno 2hAt 1215
oclock today the vlcepresldnnt afllx
cd his signature to the statehood bill
I which IB the last step In tho progress
of tho legislation before tho measure
goes to the President for his approv
al The bill will probably reach the
I White House this afternoon
I Washington June OTho Presi I
dent signed the statehood bill at 1iO
p in today
I
UR6LARSN
BUSINESS
nOnSE
The Charlton store at 233G Wash
ington avenue was entered Satur
day night by burglars and robbed of
something over 200 in cash and
other valuables
Tho burglars made their way into
the building liy means of a jimmy
applied at tho back door of the base
ment Tho door was pried open and
the thieves entered through the base
ment to tho upper floor where they
used a slodgc hummor to break the
combination look on the safe j
The proprietor of the placo states
that 200 in cash was taken from the
I
safe and other articles of small value
were stolen from tho place
The trlevcH bit no clue to their
identity but the officers are follow
ing a chain of circumstances that they
think will enable them to finally placo
the right parties in Jail
ROOSEVELT WILL
BE IN POLITICS
Washington June 20 Secretary of
Agriculture Wilson who on Saturday
was ono of the administration repre
sentatives at the cele
bration of Col Roosevelt saw Presi
dent Taft for a few minutes today
Ho said he had no private conversa
tions with the former President and
had not broached the subject of poli
tics In any way
Do you think be will keep out of
the campaign this fall the secre
tary was asked I
You know Roosevelt dont you
Well you cant Imagine his going to
bed and stay there
ELDERKIN
LEAVES
OfiDEN
Rev N S Eldcrkln has decided to i
accept the call of the Lawreiiuu Kan J
sas Congregational church and some
time In August he and his family will
depart for their now home Ills fare
well sermon will be on July 21
Rev Eldcrkln goes to the oldest
church in Kansas and the second
largest Congregational church In that
state
GLIBBEfJ TOURISTS
REACH ARANSAS
HOT SPRINGS Arlu June 19
Nineteen contestants In the Glidden
tour arrived this afternoon between
12 an 1 oclock Two accidents oc
nurrccl on tho road from Little Rock
The Carter car number log broke the
rear axle a short distance from Little
flock and was disqualified The Lex
ington car No 103 was disqualified hy
breaking frame Both cars have I
I ordered oxtra parts and will continue
I the run to Chicago The contestants
lear for Dalldai tonwrrow morning
r
A
r J J U7 bo rl
OUSTING TE
MEA TRUST
Attorney General of the
State of Missouri
Takes Action
Jefferson City Mo June 20 Attor
ney General Elliott W Major began
ouster proceedings against five meat
packing companies today by filing quo
wnrranto informations in the supreme
court The companies attacked aro
Armour Packing company Morris
Co Swift Co Hammond Packing
company nnd St Louis Dressed Beef
Provision company
The Armour Swift and Morris com
panies are charged with violating the
antitrust law and conspiracy and tho
Hammond and St Louis Dressed Beef
k Provision companion a subsidiary
company to tho National Packing
company with conspiracy to control
the business In Missouri
The five companies are named In
two petitions which ask that the cor
porations be excluded from all cor
porate rights that their licenses bo
forfeited and that all or such por
tions of their property as the court
may dcen proper be confiscated or
In lieu thereof a fine be Imposed
I Armour Swift and Morris are
charged with having entered into a
conspiracy in 1909 to control the
prices to be paid by dealers in live
Stock poultr butter eggs dairy
and agricultural products to control
tho prices to bo paid by retail and
wholesale dealers for dressed meats
and to control the prices to bo paid
by all wholesale and retail dealers
for poultry butter eggs dairy and
I
agricultural products and byproducts
from the business of slaughtering
livestock
These companies the petition
says entered inti a trust to unlaw
fully regulate fix and control prices
at which dealers should sell and of
fer to sell to the consumer and
others all dressed meats and eggs
poultry and other products nnd to
control the prices to be paid for such
articles when EO regulated and un
lawfully to limit and trade in all
products with a view to lessen re
strict limit and destroy trade and
full competition In the purchase and
sale of meat products poultry butter
mid eggs
Tlirtt in pursuance of an unlawful
trust the corporation have met and
agreed upon and fixed from week
tove0fcund day to day an agreed
price paid and to be paid by all per
sons for livestock and products which
should bo purcbaHed offered for
sale In Missouri that prices at which
the products were to be sold were
unlawfully fixed by means of which
competition tho purchase and salo
of meat products has been lessened
restricted and destroyed
Tho second count of the petition
charges thatthe three packing com
panies conspired to restrain trade and
destroy compoUon in the purchase and
sale of meat products livestock poul
try butter and eggs by fixing a price
to ho paid by all members of the al
leged agreement and conspiring to
control the bunlnees of buying sail
ing and dealing in packinghouse pro
ducts
iuctsflGBT GOES
TO NEVADA
Tex Rickard Departs
for Reno to Hold
a Conference
San Francisco June 20 Promoter
Tex RIchard left this morning for
Reno Nov whore tonIght he will
meet committees from Reno and
Goldfield and receive tho bids of the
rival towns for the JeffriesJohnson
light Accompanying Rickard are
Tom Flanagan Jack Johnsons man
ager a building contractor who had
charge of the arena that was being
put up in tills city and who will con7
struct similar structure In Nevada I
munerqus applicants for fight conces
sions and over a score of newspaper
correspondents Tho Nevada arena
will be modqled closely along tho
lines oC the one which was in course
of erection here and tno seating ar
rangemento It Is announced will be
lie same Tickets already pur
chased may be used in Reno
Exodus to Nevada
San Fraicibco June 20ACtor be
ing in conference for some time halo
last night with Rome of the city pow
ers whom he refused to state Tex
Rlckurd shortly after twelve oclock J
this morning kept his promise to a
delegation of newspapermen who had
bean awaiting for hours at the St
Francis hotel by making a statement
Rickard told ho reporters men rep
resenting big dailies scattered all over
tho country that he would start for
Ifcino at 1010 this morning to make I
definite arrangements as to where the
tight IB to behold in the state of Ne
vada
As a reuiulof Rickard announce
of the
ment a general movement
Urigratcrnltr will begin today to
wards Nevada Quarters have al
ready boon ei B5cd for Jeffries at
Monpa Springs while Johnson will be
en the road at Luirehtons Springs
Ulckard also announced to the news I
pnpor delegation that immediately af
torhlfl arrlvalln Reno ho would hold
U confnrohcry wifh the businessmen of
the city whohave boon holding out I
Injluconionjo for the fight to he held
ther adfli the delegation from
2 i l
fr li
IL l cm bi J
Goldfield who It is expected are pre
pared to go to the extent of offering
200000 to hold the tight In the fam
ous mining cump The Goldfleld del
egation reached Rono last night and
Immediately got Into communication
with Rickard by telephone While
Richard has not mado Up his mind
definitely oa to tho location of the
fight ho Is known to strongly favor
Rono and It in believed that ex
traordinary Inducements will have to
be offered bj Goldfiold to take the
fight away from the Nevada metropo
lis
Contrary to expectations of the
sporting fraternity Mayor McCarthy
has maintained a sphlnxllko sllcnco
regarding tho light ever since his re I
turn to tho city Saturday
Louis Blot promoter of thus Lang I
fordKaufman fight which was post
poned until next Saturday n count
of the drastic action taken by Gov
ernor Gillott has announced that the
I fight is off for good
I Praise Gillett
Los Angeles Cal June WA mass
mooting called by tho Church Feder
ation of this city a week ago to pro
I test against the JeffriesJohnson fight
was transformed last night into a
pralso meeting nt which Governor Gll
bIt was heartily commended for the
effective steps he took to prevent
this violation of the law
I
Tho meeting was held In Temple au
I ditorium which was crowded with ap
proving citizens All tho prominent
I ministers took part speaking in con
demnation of prize fighting and in
commendation of tho governor and At
torney General Webb
Another resolution was adopted
calling upon the Njeaco officials of this
city to prevent any future ring eu
gagomonts here
f rRECRACKERS ON
FOURTH Of JULY
The following letter from ono of tho
large business houses of Ogden ad
dressed to the mayor In a protest
against tho enforcing a quiet Fourth
of July on too brief notice
Hon Wm Glasmann Mayor Ogden
CityDcar Sir Referring to artlclo
published in Ogden Standard last
evening In regard to prohibiting tho
1 use of firecrackers In the city ox
I cept In places donlgnatcd for the pur
pose wo hog to offer a few sugges
I tions and trust you will see our posi
tion in tho matter According to our
custom for many years wo have car
ried an Immense stock of fireworks
to supply our trade In Utah Wyom
lag Nevada Idaho and Oregon and
late last fall we made inquiry as to
tho towns in the different states mat
I wore prohibited from using the same
fl nil made up our order accoidlngly
1 As there was no law against their
use in Ogden wo mado our calcula
ton and bought expecting to do our
ubual business in this city Wo have
had our salesmen out among the re
tail trade and taken their orders for
delivery next week
But now comes the Information at
this late date that a law was on tho
ordinance books of our city prohibit
ing he uro of firecrackers of any
kind This will work a hardship upon
I us and also upon the retailer unless
we want to accept his calculation
and stand the entire loss ourselves
On looking into the matter this
morning we find the law was made
April 4 1910 only three months be
fore tho Fourth of July iiid the pub
lic knew nothing about it in fact
some members of tho council were
not aware of such a law as the pub
lishing of the same was not accom
plished until April 4th when the
books of revised ordinance came from
the press
Now Mr Glasmann In view of
these facts we hardly think It would
be the proper thing to enforce this
law for the coming Fourth of July
We would suggest injustice to all
concerned that fireworks be permit
ted an heretofore In Ogden City with
the exception that they be strictly
prohibited within the fire limits
thereby protecting business houses
from any risk of lire from firecrack
ers
Salt Luke City look up the ques
tion several months ago and decided
that for reasons mentioned abovu
firecrackers be permitted up to find
including July 4th and have given
timely warning to all those Interested
that there will be no more after that
datoOn
On tho other hand Ogden made the
law April 1th but no pnc seemed to
r know anything about It until it np
I pcarcd In print the first time two
I weeks ago when our book of city or
I dinances came from the press and
only a few persons outside of city
officials received a copy
Trusting this condition may receive
your consideration favorable to all
concerned we remain Yours truly
I THE SHUPEWILLIAMS CANDY CO
Per James Wotherspoon
ONE MAN KILLED
AND TWO INJURED
Wnukcsha WIs June 200nc man
was killed and two others were badly
Injured by the plunge of an auto down
a bleep embankment near hero early
today The dead
WILLIAM GROSSBKN automobIle
salesman
All the occupants of the wheckad
automobile lived in Milwaukee
LORI IER CASE IS
STILL BEFORE JURY
Chicago June OJndgc McSuroly
at the opening of court today over
ruled a motion to tako the case of
Leo ONell Browne charged with
bribing legislators to vote for SonnlOr
Lorlmer from the grand Jury
The court declined to instruct tho
jury to disregard any portion of the
testimony of the repnjpdnLitlves all
of whom have testified to reccIvJug
1000 for their voles for Ijrlmer
IS
ADV ANCING
Weather Conditions Are
Unfavorable in the
Grain Belt
Chicago June 20 Privato reports
of weather conditions as affecting the
spring wheat country in the two Da
kolas and Minnesota hinted at sen
I sational developments today A ro
port by ono expert said th > crop hnd
been deteriorated 16 por cent in North
Dakota during the last week Should
another week elapse without general
rains in that section it wne said the
damage would be so severe as to
verge on the sentitlonal The official
weather forecast today promised jl
cloud or local showers In the
spring wheat country but it was said
the materialization of this prediction
could do little to help the crop Soak r
ing rains arc a crying necessity The
temperature at Fargo at 10 a m was
SS degrees
On the board of trade today wheat
for delivery in September opened ac
tively higher selling early at 93 11
as compared with Saturdays close at
91 l2a3S
I St Paul June 20rhe annual crop
scare has arrived about a month ear
ly this year on accountpf an uniftiml
hot and dry spell in Minnesota North l
and South Dakota
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1 While the conditions arc not des
perate unless a soaking rain comes
soon wheat barley and flax will suf
fer Reports received hero are j
WInona Minn Barley crop will
i suffer a loss of 25 por cent and others
in proportion
Redwood Fans Minn Crops look
well particularly corn
BarneBvIlte filnAII crops par
ticularly corn doing well local rains
Fergus Falls Minn Grain stands
well but rain will soon bo needed
Aberdeen S D Conditions dis
couraging Oats and barley are head
ing out about knee high
Yankton N DHot and dry weath
er has followed a week of rain Corn
In good shape
Sioux Falls S DRnln is badly
needed but crops in good condition
WHIIston N DPlenty of rain
during last wpck conditions good
Bismarck N DCrop conditions
POOl but not Indicating a failure
Grand Forks N D Showers In var
ious sections helped some but soak
ing rains are needed
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1 Minneapolis JbbrertCw amvi > Ceut A
up three cents in three minutes when
the Minneapolis market opened today
due to the fact of high temperatures
nnd no rain
FELL UNDER
I A MOVINfi
TRAIN
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While attempting to board a passen
ger train In the depot yards at 215
oclock this morning F H Stone re
siding at 3073 Wall avenue fell be
neath the wheels ana had the ankle
of his right foot severely crushed
The man was removed to the city
jail and later to the Ogden General
hospital
It could not learned whether ampu
tation of the foot will bo necessary
BRYCE TO SHiN
I TIlE AGREEMENT
London June 20fhe report that
James Bryce the British ambassador
at Washington had been authorized
to sign tho BritishAmerican pecuniary
claims agreement was officially con
firmed by Thomas McKlnnoa Wood
under secretary of state for foreign
affairs in tho House of Commons to
day Mr Wood stated that the for
eign office was now In communication
with the state department of the Unit
ed States regarding the terms of the
agreement
Tho signing of tho BritishAmerican
pecuniary claims agreement marks
tho ond of the prolonged negotiations
I The last general claims commission
was convened In 1S53 It dealt with
claims which had arisen in 1S12 In
tho seventies the Civil War claims
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were disposed of The present nego I
tiations thus concern claims between
tho two governments dating back be
fore 1S12 and with general claims
which have arisen since 1S5S I
I In tho general arbitration treaty
between tho United Slates andGroat I
1 Britain which was signed In April
11908 a provision was made that the I
j treaty would not apply to existing
11 pecuniary claims It is said to be proh
I ablo that the ngrecmcut when made i
i public will be found to have provid
ed for ft commission of three persons I
which will determine tho merits of
the various demands
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REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS II
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I Hans Madeen and wife at nlr to i
Warren G Chlkls part of the north
I west quarter of section 20 township
f C north range 1 WesL
W 1 Parker and wife to IVuna Mc I
Intyre part of block 5 plat C
John T Stephens J H Stephens
and wife to Laura M Powers lots 12 i
13 10 and llv block 39 Lakevlaw ad 1
dition
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Mrs John Barton and hcildrcntwcro
the guests of Mr and Mrs Henry J
Manhcll at Faruilncton durig live
past week
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