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The Ogden standard. [volume] (Ogden City, Utah) 1902-1910, June 24, 1910, Image 1

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t OGDEN CITY UTAH FRIDAY EVENING JUNE 24 J9IO Entered as Second CJUJB Matter at the Potoffc Ogdort Utah
CARLTON
J IS NSANE
Murderer Will Resist thi
I
Effort to Return Him
to Italy
1 New Toik June 24 Extradition of
Porter Charlton to Italy to be tried
for killing Ills wlfu formerly Mary
W ott Castle will he resisted on tho
iroimd that the
youth Is mentally un
ffound On the other hand the broth I
er of the dcml woman Capt Henry j
Jarrlson Scott of the coast artll
7ary will do everything his power
I > secure Charltons extradition and
ils punishment in Italy or the crime
vhlcb was a worldwide mystery un
iii
til Charlton was arrested yesterday
iiid confessed to the murdor of his
trldc In tholr villa on Lake Coma
t It Is Indicated that the case of the
oulh held In Hoboken will be hurried
nto the hands of the IcalLon authori
tics I
ChorltonH counsel appeared in his i
fiend at the arraignment before Re
order McGoveni In Kobokcn and BO
turod an adjournment of the hearing
t until next Tuosdaj Who youthful
prisoner was ordered committed
nenntlmo to the Hudson count > jail
1n Jersey City while officialdom and
mlncnt minds struggled with the
iroblem presented by differences be
tween Italian and American laws
tearing on the case and the points of
jurisdiction which remained to be
e nsl ered
Priooner Pale
Cbarltous transfer to the Jersey
Clt jail was accomplished with cc
brlty Pale but selfpoHsessod and
trees the yonng prisoner made his
appearance before nn immense crowd
gathered before the Hoboken Jail and
Balked throuGh a long lane of hu
fnianlty to a closed cab
le As he emerged from tho jail car
ping a book and a paper he re
uoveil the hlack derby he war wear
ttog and held It In front of his face aa
a shield from the gare of the curious
and from the photographors
j Chailtons removal was preceded by
consultation In the office of Chief
V Police Hayes participated In by the
attorneys In the case Captain Scott
nd Vice Consul DfRo sin represent
ing the Italian government At Us
conclusion Chief Hayes sent brief
telegrams 10 Attorney General Wick
rsham and Secretary of State Knox
at Washington
Please ndvise your wishes was I
tho message to each
It was stated officially that Jt would
be determined by the Hoboken re
corders court whether there was ov1
dence to Justify holding Charlton for
extradition this evidence to be turn
ed oyr to the Washington authori
ties who would mako final determina
tion of the matter
After the conference Captain Scott
Ion ri fn ply of his attitude in con
nection with the proceedings against
l anton Captain Scotts voice broke
several times as he alluded to his sis
ters tragic fate I
He made his position plain by de
r taring he and his legal vipers
Fould mako dory effort in coopera
tion with the Italian government to
have Charltou extradited and tried
In Italy
Apparently unconcerned over bIn
despprate plight Charltun spent a
comparatively restful night in his cell
In the Hoboken jail
t
His comfort during the night Was
materially increased by the kindness
of the jail officers who rigged nn
hnprotuptu shower bath lu his cell and
permitted ChurHon to Indulge Jnan r
pnwonted luxury for prisoners In the
rather meagerly fitted Hoboken lock I
up I
A desire to avoid Capt Henry Har
rison Scott his wifes brother and I
the man whose vigilance Douet re
fourcefulnoBs played J an important
part in Charltons capture and a shy I
ness toward the attentions of news I
paper photographer were apparont
ir still the youthful prisoners main
purpose It in expected that opposi
tion to Charltona extradition will
largely hinge on the mans physical
and mental condition
He IB a Conoumptivc I
A consumptive whose actions point
to an unsound mind was the way
tile prisoner was characterized by his
fnlhoi
Lent Clmrlton might make an at
tempt on his own life n close guar
ns kept oa him mitt night Char
tons slumbers howeVer were prac
Ucall uninterrupted t
Whatever nervousness Charlton
might have felt over the ordeal of
Hip arraignment did not affect hl 1
ary routine of preparation for thc
jay Immediately after rising ho
topk another bails under the big dish
pan that had been punctured full Of
Jtqles hung from the celling of hIts
roll and fitted out with a liotxO at
tachment He emerged refreshed
pheerful and with a hearty apnctltn
for his breakfast of eggs coffee roll
and cereal
Then Charlton ncnt out for all tho I
papers and reud with evident edger
DOSS every story of his own prime
fiat he could get hold of Charltona
counsel said that III the event thut
Hie Italian government moves fot an
xtrndltlon It would be two weeks
before the papers can reach this
ctuatry In the meantime Mr Clark
ftld an Inquiry would bo made Into
ObArltonB sanity
Signs of Insanity
Pollee Surgeon William J Arlitz of i
ITobokfn made an examination i
Charlton this morning in the Jail af
Ilr which ho mado the following
sjatcraent
11 see signs of Insanity but I dont
cpro to discuss it any further I hove
> rien engaged by Judge CbarKon tr
aft as one of the alienists in beualf
w ine dofenbe I examined young
Ibarllon last night and again this
morning When ont of Mn pollco
Ofi1Car banded Chnrlton a newspaper
which printed his picture this morn
lug the otlicor remarked
Youre In a pretty tight Dlacc boy
Charlton languidly accepted the
paper and remarked with an easy air
Oh it might be woro I am not
worrying
Gustavo DIRosa Italian consul at
Now York preliminary to the exam
ination of Charlton In court held a
long conference with Chief or Police
Hayes
I Charllons examination was delay I
ed by the late arrival of oNStato Sen
I ator D W Edwards of counsel for tho
young man I
The dingy little court room In Ho
I hoken where Charlton
was arraigned
was packed to suffocation
Mr Edwards arrived shortly after
10 oclock and at once got into con
fereno with Chief Hayes When the
doors of the court room opened only
Consul DIRosit Mr Edwards Prose
I
cutor Garven and the chief of police
entered Chailton was not with them
Case Adjourned
I Mr Edwards addressing Recorder
McGovorn said he hud Just been call
I od Into the case and had not yet had
time to make himself acquainted
with Its intricacies He thought an
adjournment would Jbe agreeable to
all concerned and aSked the court to
carry the case over a few days
Prosecutor Gqrvcn offered no ob
iectlon and tho court ordered the case
adjourned until next Tuesday at 10
oclock
The disposition of Charlton VQS dis
cussed at some length and It was
decided to commit him to the county
Jail In Jersey City Charllon was
brought Into the headquarters while
they waited for Mr FIIChM the legal
adviser to appear Commissioner
Russ It Tas said was expected tn
Join tho conference In the chiefs of
lice Just what the appearance of
the representative of federal author I
ity In the case portended did not de
velop
When Charlton reached the jail on
the Jeisoy City heights he was led
into the ofllce of Sheriff J J Kelley
where his pedigree was taken nad lie
was assigned to a cell
Charlton looked around his cell
throw down his hat pulled off his coat
and stepping Into the corridor be
gan pacing up and down with tho
other prisoners In tho ward ho was
allowed to walk the corridor when he
chose In time day lime
Charlton cellmate the jail au
thorities said IB Willie Burke a safe
breaker serving a s6en ear sen I
tence
WORLDS ARKETS
PRICE OF WHEAT
INFLUENCES STOCK MARKET
Now York June 21Tho opening
movement of prices of Blocks today
showed Home h esltatlon and only lan
guid was manifest In the
speculation Union Pacific rose 58 I
and American Steel Foumlrv 12 J
Canadian Pacific declined 18
Moderate buying of some of the
important stocks caused the list to
Hintiipward After a few gains of a
potrit the traders began to take
noflts and the gains were about
wed out Union Pacific Reading
Chesapeake Ohio Consolidated
Gas and Pullman were a point higher
at one time and International Har
e ter 1 38
Moderate selling of stocks was
renewed when the price of wheat
turned upward after Its opening de
cline All classes of stocks were ef
fected and numerous declines of a
point or more were nhown Rock Isl
and preferred lost 1 34 Grout North
orn preferred 112 Sl Paul and
American nSfgar 2 and BrookJy
Union Gas 2 12
Bonds were irregular
Money Market
New York Juno HPrlme mercan
tile paper 4 3Ja5 12 per cenL Ster
ling exchange firm at recovery with
actual business in bankers bills at
J
4S440a484CO for 60day bills and
at 48G 15 for demand
Commercial bills 483 34alSI 11
Bur silver 53 12
Money on call firm 2a > per cent
ruling rate 2 7S closing bid 2 per
cont offered at 2 12 per cent Time
Iou liS > firmer and dull for CO days
3 per cent 90 days 3 l4al2 per cent
for six months 4 l4al2 per cent
Chicago Livestock
Chicago June 24CatlleReceipts
estimated at 2000 market steady
beeves 540a855 Texas steers 55
G0a7l5 western steers 330a750
stockers and feeders S3 75af 03 cows
and heifers 2 70aC75 calves COOa
sao
FkgReceIprs estimated at 11000
Market tOe higher light S930a9Gu 1
mixed 920a5Q5G neuvy S90a9
50 rough SS 90a905 good to choice
heavy 9Uiia9Hi pigs 910a940
bulk of tales J5u950
SheepReceipts estimated at 3000
Market weak native 300au 10
western 225a515 yearlings 560a
650 lambs native 470a730 west
ern 3DOa730
Omaha Livestock I
Omaha June 2fCallleHecclpls
luO mtirket slower and low Native
450tfiS cows and heifers i00L2 I
580 Tcxau steers 300 GOO cows
and heifers 273i3 25 canners
275 stockers and feeders 300 < < i I
575 calves l00755 hulls stags I
CU 3755575
Hogp Receipts 6800 market 5 < ff
lOc higher Heavy 910 920
mixed S915925 light 92093r
pigs 7 riO < fr900 bulk 9159
Shdep Receipts 1500 market
steady Yearling SI7S5 7fi ethers I
HOOZ JM75 ewes 376 < f450 lambs
qi047750
Sugar and Coffee
Nvw York June LSugar Vaw
firm nuiGcoviulo SO test 374 centri I
fugal 90 test 124 molasses sugar SO
lest 149 Refined quiet I
Coffee Spot quiet No 7 Rio S
lJa54C No 4 Santos 9 34 I
I
Metal Market
Now Y0rH June 21Lead steady
l 40a150 New York 120a
spot fi10aLO
42S fcW SL Loula Copper dull
stnndar spot 12 00al2 30 July 12
00a12 2o Silver 53 1
RENO NOW
WI E OPEN
Gambling One of Great
Attract iosjohnson
I Fails to Arrive
Reno f Net Juno 2I A bIg crowd
n
thnt gathered at tho station at 10
o clock this
morning to witness the
arrival of Jack Johnson mot with dis
appointment A bulletin announced
that Die train was indefinitely de
layed and Inquiries developed Use
fact that the derailment of a freight
car near tunnel 13 about forty
miles from Reno was reanonslblo
I The sinister number of the tunn
considered In connection with John
sons interview with undertaker
before leuIng San Francisco last
night furnished food for comment
The latest report Is that tho cham
pion and his party probably will not
reach this city until 2 oclock this af
ternoon
Jim Jeffrleu put one over on Reno
and the visitlnp newspaper corre
spondents hj pulling Off his first box
Ing session here at 10 oclock this
morning The big fighter figured thnt
everybody would be at the depot at
that hour to see Johnson come in HIs
KUCBS was exactly right and when ho
adjourned with hie training partners
to theopen arena near his cottage at
Moana Springs very few persons wore
on hand to see him perform Jeffries
was very much elated over the suc
cess of his ruse
Ho sparred throe rounds with Rob
Armstrong and a couple with Brother
Jack warming up to his ring work In
lively fashion and making a splendid
Impression on the lucky handful of
apectators Bag punching cheat
weights pulling shadow boxing and
Ji whirl his
at abdominal exercise
was
the program and all told he put In
an hour and fifteen minutes of vigor I
ous training
Jeffries perspired copiously but be I
flecracd to enjoy his work and as a
windup he Indulged in a bit of horse I
play with hits Oakland friend Dick
Adams that caused much merriment I
among the onlookers
Jeffries probably will rest this af I
ternoon though he says hi is anxlajd i
to take a light Jog on tho road before I
the day is over j
Despite Promoter Rickardn definite
announcement last night that his Iud I
JeffrieA Interest In the fight pictures t
had bone sold to an Eabtern syndl
catq Manager Sam Berger this juomj
ing denied that Jeffries Interest hall
been disposed of j
Jack Gleason Is expected to arrive
here tonight I
Gambllnn Is Brick
Reno Nov June HHercaftor I I
Intend to fight my way out of roe I
blo j
I
Promoter Tox Rickard was mightily I
wrought up when ho made that state I
ment at midnight lost night He was
dlacuBQlnn with a group of news I
paponnon tho altercation he had hind
earlier In tho evening with Promot II
er Sid Hester and which the Nevadan
summarily ended bv thrusting Heater
aside so forcibly that Sid lost his I
hat and glasses
Ive reached my limit Rickard
went on Every way I turn I flail
somebody trying to buck mo From
now on I fight
Whats your fighting weight
TexT some one laughed
Whoever I hit will find out the
promoter replied with a return to his
usual good humor
Rlckard and Tom Flanagan were
all prepared this zooming for Jack
Johnsons arrival from Sass FrancisCo I
cu Flanagan had engaged two auto
mobiles and a truck to transport the
champions party bag and bnggagc
to the roadhouse which IK to serve
as the negros training quarters
The question of what effect the I
sharp change In altitude here will
have on Johnson IB being given much
thought by Flanagan He says ho
will advise against heavy road work
and expects the champion to confine
himself to very light qxerclse on his
arrival Boxing he thjnkp will con
stitute Johnsons mftlu work there
after i mila j
Flanagan has been keeping an cro
on Jeffries since tho big follows ad
vent to Reno He ays he Is much
impressed with Jeffries npHonranc
and expects to see a long drawnout I
battle between him and the nero j
Out at Moana Springs Jeffries la
Inking life easy Not even the Sul
Jhan iucidiiu yesterday has caused a
perceptible ripple In the cheerful spir
its he bad shown since coming to
Nevada and his ralncra express them
selves as fully satisfied that no Ill
offecta have Lden buffered bj him
In coming bore Ai I
With both fighters setted In their
respective camps work fri the arena
under way and with no prospect or
an > further Interference In prepara
tions for the battle Reno hI anttllng
down to comparative quiet The
qplet Is strictly comparative how
ever for not lu many years cltlxeua
say has the town sheltered 59 cos
mopolitan a gdtlmrJng as now nightly
throngs its cafes and gilded temples
of chance The click of the roulette
and the droning of tho voices of thy
dealer resound above the clamor 01
crowded saloons
That sort of thing Is a great nor
> liy for the eastern vJailora and most
of them seem beut missing nothing
that flavors of the stories thov have
read of life In tho fTeal west
Reno hoisolf beginning to sit up
and take notice of her gambling
halls activities
Tho lure of the big battle In at
tracting others boSlUoa fight ann
Face familiar inthe old days are
recognized in the towns resorts the
faces of tho men who went to Raw
hide who heard thft call of Banner
and responded to the beckoning spec
tre at tho top ofJarWdS0 mountain
All are buck dpd tffe voice of the
paid entertainer is again heard
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trolling out tho ancient iand honor
able molotly of Deam Old JJrt
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CALLS ON GOVERNOR r
TO STOP THE FIGHT
t
Cincinnati June 24Tuo Ohio
Christian Endeavor convention I toilov
adopted a roaoluton eolfchctl In vjj
I oroiis lenrtb calling on the poveVnor
of Nevada t01ro vent heJ Jeffries
Johnson fight on July 4th
I 1
Governor Expected
Redo Nev Tune 2lTimx Rlckard
In expecting Governor DICIC ron to
anlvo hero next Tuesday Rickards
former partner Ole Elliott Is in re
ceipt of a tclcgiam from a newspa
per In Ely stating that the governor
I will probably bo In Reno oa that day
Just what object the governor would
have In coming to Reno at this time
Is a matter of conjecture but it Is
generally thought a visit froni him
would have no special bearing on the
big fight
Reno Buying Tents
I Sacramento Cal Juno 21AI1 the
risible supply ot tents in Sacramento
has boon used UP by tho merchants
of Reno and will be usctl to house the
visltois who will attend the Jeffrlei
Johnson fight Yesterday morning
several prominent Rono merchants
arrived In tho city and ttoureu the
various stores In Sacrambato where
teuta are kept in stock < and bought
up the entire supply r
1 At tho preaont time nO is Impos
sible to got accommodations Rclir i
reservations having been made in all
hotels and boardlnphouses r
It Is expected that wltblto sup
ply of tents bought in Sacramento the
thousands of lsltor8 to Reno will
be accommodated with sleeping qiuir
tore
I
IRRtOATIO N
BILL fAilS
i
Senate Does Not Like
Inspection by 4 the
Engineer Corps
Washington J June 2Senator
Lodge today reported Id the senate
that the conferees on the Irrigation
reclamation bIll had failed to reach
an agreement and a further confer
ence wa ordered The > qnjy matter
of difference between th < J two houses I
portalnn tovthoilious rovlslon re
qulr1ntt 1nt hlct16rt 1tt qIJnwlt I
projects by tho engineer corps of the
army which was stricken out by tho
uenato
Smoot at Conference
In an offort to adjust the differ
ence between the Republican con
roes of the house and senate on
tho bill appropriating 20000000 for
reclamation work In the west Prosl I
dent Taft Invited all of them to lunch
eon today
The differences are the extent to
which recommendations of the army
engineers shall govern the decision I
to carry on the varjious projects that
hao been undertaken 01 projected I
The President is said to favor the
senate provision which Is not quite so
binding as tho house clause and leaves
a little more latitude to the execu
tive
tiveThe
The Presidents guests at luncheon
wore Senators Lodge Bailey and
Smoot and Representatives Payne
Clark and Dalzoll
Another measure ntlll In dispute Is
the pension appropriation bill the
controversy being over the proposition
of the house to abolish the eighteen
pension agencies throughout the coun
try and establish one agency In Wash
ington Had It not boon for tho 111
nests of Senator McCumber this ques
tion would probably have been dis
posed of long ago The senate coni
fences expect tho house to yield and i
leave the law as It now exists I
Conferees on the general deficiency
bill agreed today and It Is expected
the sundry civil hill will be complet
ed in conference before night
I
EARNEST ADVOCATE I
OF AN ALLIANCE
Now York Jan 21rho Duke of
Sutherland who strikingly robombles
Andrew Carnegie in appearance an
Is known as one of the wealthiest
members of the English nobility wa
in New York today on his way to
Canada to look after personal heel j
ness matters Ho in an earnest ad
vocate of an alliance between Great
Britain and the United States and
pointed dill to his interviewers the ad
lsabllltj of such a union
I do not mean necessarily that the
two nations should enter Into a wi It
ton and sealed alliance ho said but
simply that they shouldmake what
we might call a pentlcnmas agree
ment This could be doiio without
violating any of the rules of Interna
tional amity as respcctn other na
tions It would preserve time worlds
pccc and glvc an impetus to the
growth of a higher chlli5ation
throughout the world My Intecst
both in Canada and the United States
is strong Both are wonderful coun
mba Canada IK developing fast and
offers great opportunities for business
enterprises and for those interested
In agriculture
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O GENERAL FUNSTON O
O DANGEROUSLY ILLO
O 0
O Leavenwoitli Ivan June 0
O 2J General Frederick Fun 0 I
O bton commandant of tho army 0
O service school here Isdanger O
O ously 111 with nn attack of O
O heart Ulseasc at his home 0
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OOQoonDoO Cm oClOOO
T nd 1Dd ry 1 C X 1
iim dLfS I
NOT A fREE
I I vUNTRY
Mrs Belmont Thinks the
United States is
j
L Unfair
Now York June 2LMrs O H P
Belmont will spend the summer In a
study of the womans suffrage move
ment In England with a view to en
larging her activities here She will
salt in Wednesday next to bo gone
I until September
11 nKpeot to meet Dr Anna Shaw
in England she said In a farewell
Interview published hero today and
together we will make a thorough
study of tho three suffrage associa
tions there We will learn tho ways
of the cpn ervatlves and the mili
tants and then we will adopt In our
work over here those methods which
we think arc best suited to lie work
In America
I Time suffrage bill has already beeu
inlToduced in Englund and there seems
little doubt now 01 Its passage If
I the Engllnh woiuen do win tben we
j will know that their victory Is duo
I In a large measure to their methods
i and that JB why we are so anxious
j to give them closer study and bring
them back with us
The men make It easier for om
en In England while the men hero
make it harder All they have to do
In EnJlnnd Is to win over a handful
of men who are in power while wo
have to conv tthundreds to make any
headway Now which Is tho freer
country I do not consider this a
free country
FACING ANOTHER BIG
STRIKE OF WOMEN
Now York June 24New Yorks
East Side Is facing another big strike
Between 18000 and 200DO men and
women cloalNuakers have quit work
during the last two days and the un
ion lenders declare that the number
will be Increased next week to GO
000 Tine men and women now out
did not wait for the reular strike or
der which was expected before July
1 The strikers domaud shorter
hours und JO per cent Increase In
wages
ANTI = OPTION BILL
o CoINJ E mm
Washington June tThe Scott
nulloption bill to prohibit transac
tions in futures on cotton exchanges
was taken up In the Houso today
Mr Scott of Kansas chairman of
the committee on agriculture who fav
orably reported tho bill explained Its
purpose to restrict the cotton ex
change transactions which deal only
wi th fluctuations In the price of cot
ton and do not Involve actual transfer
of the commodity The measure Is
a drastic one extending to an inhibi
tion against telegraph telephone or
cable messages concerning such trans
act ions
Mr Lamb of Virginia Dem pre
en erl minority views declaring he op
posed the measure as It was class
legislation of doubtful constitutional
ity arbitrary and tryannical
UNDECIDED AS
TO BEEf TRUST I
Chicago Juno 21 Attorney Gen
eral Wlckeisham who arrived here
to ny to address the Illinois Bar as
soolatlon held a brief conference
with District Attorney Sims with ref
eronoo to the proposed Indictment of
the National Packing company and
Its ten subsidiary concerns
Mr Wlckorsham said that whether I
indictments will be sought against the
packing companies or against IndlJ
vldual members of tho companies wll d I
depend on the nature of the evidence
Mr Pagln drow the Indictments
quashed by Judge Landis and will
draw any new ones required said
tho attorney general I have every
confidence In Judge Lamlln who
found the Indictment laulty and In
I
Mr Pagln who drew it
flAAS AND PECI
11AM PLEAD GUILTY
Washington Juno 2ifoses Bit3R
of New York and Frederick Pecltham
of Cincinnati after fighting for llvjr
years against hdiitmcnts returned
against them In tho cotton leak in the
department of agriculture today en
tered picas of Riiilty to the rount In
the Indictment charging conspiracy to
effect inlscouductin offjc
On tho recommendation of the de
partmoflt of agriflturo Justice C
Gould Imposed a tine of 0000 on
TIME and 50QOon Pcckhaui which
they pni and wore released from cus
torij Tho othor Indictments pending
against them wore nolle pressed I
I
AWSIIIPIFOR 1
rUIS COUNTRY I
Mineplu L L June 2 Iuunt Zep
pelins oat of4 InHuguintlnt a pauson
garcarrying airship Ho may soon be
duplicated In tbtf United States if the
hopes of Captain Thomas S Bald
win Rjjo hulltj he United States
army dirigible No 1 are fulfilled
Gtvjri the necessary capital Captain
Baldwin ig con UtJnt that a floot of
dlrJtilblcg coudbo put into commie
slon sltiun three months to travel
r r
I f0 J i tol f J r
on a regular schedule between Mew
York and Chicago
In spite of Zeppelins success
said Captain Baldwin in an Interview
given out today I still pin my faith
on the non nlgld type By this I
I moan tho balloon type made of rub
ber ollk instead of an aluminum en
velope with many compartments The
bags measuring 150 feet would hold
80000 cubic feet of hydrogen gas In
three compartments
I Personally I think the first dlriR
I Ible to make the trip will bo tho
S smallest In the world over built for
I endurance work In my opinion this
craft will not be over 100 feet long
and will be driven bya fifty horse
power engine
I With such a ship I could transport
six persons and their bncjagc from
Now York to Chicago iu 30 hours and
I would be able to navigate In winds
t up to thirty miles an hour with per
feet safety A craft of this kind
would not exceed In cost oO000
against the 500000 whlchifajthe prtc
of a Zeppelin
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lnsw p E
NOT SINGLE
t
He Was Married Says
I an Old Acquaint
ance
Kansas City Juno 241n a deposi
tion supporting the claim of Elmer
Swope of Martlnsvllle W Va to the
estate of Col Thomas II Swope John
C Henry an old soldier formerly of
New Jersey said today that Col
I Swope was known in his boyhood as
Peter Moss Swopo and that ho mar
I ried In Ncw Jersey or Pennsylvania
i about 1861
i Col Swopos relatives here deny
that ho over Was marrIed lie was
known us a bachelor during his long
residence here
Henry declared Col Swopo told him
In 1879 of hla marriage o a Miss Car
roll Henry said Col Swopc left his
wife Just before a son was born to
them Hoar who Is G8 yers old
i said lie was employed aa a carpenter
I by Col Swope In 1879 and that an In
timate acquaintance developed lIe
tween them became they wore both
soldiers in the Civil war
T EY DAD TllOUillT
EAClI OIliER DEAD
Los Angeles Cal Juno 24i can
I hardly believe It la YQu You have
a mustache How different you
look
lookAnd
And then after having kissofl 1 each
other began the unfolding of the
story of John Schmidt and his wife
who had believed each other dead
1 The uncertainty of Alaskan mall is
at fault After months of poor luck
prospecting Schmidt decided to take
one last chance in the Talkcctna
range and three months ago wrote
his wife of his Intention The let
j ter she never received Schmidt
I found ore staked out six claims and
i started down the river About fitly
1 miles from Mount McKinley his boat
was drawn into a Ice jam crushed
and for seven days he was on a log
in u quicksand barIroDl this he
was readied by the Ellis the ves
sel carryIng tho Columbia University
party on their way to Mount McKln
Joy
JoyMrs Schmidt who had given up
hope of seeing her husband again
had moved to cheaperj Quarl sald
Schmidts search of several days for
his wife begun when he Sun
day j
He Is a German university man who
gave up landscape gardening here to
go In search of gold
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MONUllENTSTO
I IIEROI3SOF WARS
Washington June 24It Is propos
ed to appropriate 10000 to erect a
monument to the monjory of Hiram
o
mOror
Cronk eald to bo the last survivor
of the war of 1812 whp died In New
York In May 1005 at the age of lOS
years t
A bill providing for such on appro
priation has been Introduced by Rc p
rtaentativc Law of New York
Representative Polndextor ot Wash
ington has introduced a bill to rect
a monument near Rosplla Washing
ton to commemorate the spot where
United Suites troops and hostile Indian
diana fought on May l 1858
Another bill provides for the mark
Ing of tho graves of fpur youn women
rouni
men who were held njj prisoners of
war in Kansas City In ISC and who
on August 13 of that yi < ir wcro killed
by the collapse of the building In
which they wore i onfln d The names
of the women are given as Josephine
Anderson Mrs Whlts tt Mrs Van
diver and Mrs Kern whose remains 1
were Interred In HonslU City and
elsewhere In Jackson count
The bills have boon referred to coin
mlltecs
INSURANCE I ArES J
AND SANE FOURTH
Sacramento Cal Juno 34 Edward
J Tome representing I the board of
underwriters of the Pacific of San
Francisco hus requested city trus
tees to pass an ordinance prohibiting
the sale of fireworks of all kinds in
time city He Intimated that It this
w rc not done the city woud hauo to
shoulder the responsibility He1 did
not say that Insurance fates would be
increased If the course was not pur
su6J but loft that Iniprefittlon
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RFfElo
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t < I
I at NJSagamQr IiIl
x Horrid
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Oyster Bay NY u4 24 Theo
dore Rosevelto began today what he
hopes will be a period 6r real rest at
FSagamoro Hill
5 When he wont homo last night It
WHS with tho express Intention of re
maining there with a few of his old
friends until next Tuesday when he
Is to start for Cambridge Mass With
him today are Glfford Plnchot former
chief of the forestry service and
James G Garfield exaecretaty of the
interior
I
The tennis court at Sagamore Hill
has heen put In shape for the sensor
and It IB expected there will be a re
newal of the tennis cabinet
I
matches
I GEORGE GOULD BUYS
i FRENCH RACING STABLE 1
I Ne York June 2Ilt was news i
in racing circles today that George
I Could has bought the stable of M J
VoU > Plcard the French racing mun
who recently announced his retire I
ment from tho turf because as he
said French racing had been spoiled I
by Americanization and Ly the
paternal attitude or tho government
The price paid by Gould Is said to
have been 200000
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A PRISONER FALLS
HEIR TO FORTUNE
Chicago June William Hamll <
t0 who disappeared from his homo
In Plttaburg eight months ago and
who later fell heir to a fortune was
discovered u 1 prisoner In the house
of correction hore today The setttle
ment of the estate to which Hamil t I
ton Is one of the heirs has been tie
laed while tho search for the miss
lug mun was being prosecuted The
I first trace was found in tho records I
I of municipal court which showed
that he had been sentenced on Mnjv
28 to orve CO days for dlsorderli
conduct
Mayor Busse will be asked to par
dons the nrisonor whoso 4helih has
9inenrtstor d and who was much 1
enr
rtetwi at then n ot the m J
T change In his fortune 1
II AMERICANS WIN I
I LONDONS PRAISE 1
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I London June 41h American
I midshipmen who have been afloat
cruise doln London
on a practice are doing Ln
don today They came to town ar I I
rompanied by a number officers oa
two special trains from Plymouth
whorl their squadron consisting of
the battleships Iowa Massachusetts
Indiana The
and anchored yesterday Thl
middies will bo In the metropolis 4X
hours and having no set program
will follow their own Inclination
The smart aggregation attracted con
I siderable attention
I TICKETS FOR TiE
I AIRSUIP LINE II
New York June 21 Tickets bv the
air line between Dusseldorf and Da
gen Germany good only on the Zep
pelin dirigible DtMitscliland will be
placed on sale here this week The I
Deutschland recently made a remark
able flight from Frledcrlchshafen t
Dusfieldorf a distance of about 2nO I I
miles outdistancing tho express train 4
between the same points She is the I
I first airship to attempt a regular pas I
seugcr service
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WHEAT CROP IS
NOV IMPROVING
Adwood S D June 24iCrop re
ports today are much mON favorable
Since yesterday afternoon consider
able rain hats fallen in practically
every portion of northwestern and
western South Dakota and parts of
Wyoming and Montana have sot a
soaking
Hay and potatoes arc jiv the worut
condition but umafl gIns are Im
proving More fain is perdicted for
today
INVESTIGATION OF
FRIAR LANDS SALE
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Washington June 1An Invoatl
gallon Into the salo 0 friar lands in
the Philippines was recommended to
the house today by the committed on
insular affairs which took favorable
action today on tho house resolution I
o ilteprcBcnlatlvo Martin of Qolorndo
providing for such an Investigation
by this committee 1 I
AMERICAN FOUND DEAD J
Oxford Eng June 24 H S Stan
ford Burton un America dental sum I
goon practicing here wsis found dpml I
In his office today death being due I
according 10 tho authorities to pol I I
eon self administered Burton was
a graduate or Harvard t I
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