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Fortieth Year No 1B2 Price Five Cento Entered Second Claw Matter at the Postofflce Ogdcn Utah
OGDEN CITY UTAH SATURDAY EVENING JUNE 25 J91016 PAGES as
PICTURES 1I
0 0LFI6T
Have Been Sold For
the Large Sum of
200000
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1
Reno Nov June 6Tho right to i
secure a pictorial report of the bat i
tle of the century will cost clone
to 200000 That Is an estimate
based on the price of their respect
ive shares already agreed upon by
Jim Jeffries Jack Johnson and Pro 1
motor Tex Rlckard Jack Gleason
Rlckards partner In ntnglng tho Lie
fight Is SAM to bo the only one In
terested In the picture proceeds who
has not disposed of his share of tho
prospective profits Glcn son Is ox I
pcctcd here today from the coast
Admitting that his first statement J
given out Thursday night was pre I
mature Tex Illckard Rlckard last mid
night deflnltel announced the Bale of
his and Jeffries Interests In the pic
tures for 100000 cash that sum hav
ing been placed on deposit In a Reno
hank pending the fulfillment of a
signed contract
William T Rock representing an
eastern syndicate won tho contest for
their shares with a bid that topped
by 16000 on offer reported made
yesterday afternoon by San Francis
cans And according to Rickard I
hardly had he and Jeffries attached
their signatures to the agreement
drawn up by Rocks attorney when
the Californians rushed In with an
other bid of JIOGOOO
Jeffries is to receive twothirds and
Rickard onethird of the 100000 i
Tom ODay of San Francisco Is un t
derstood to bo tho leader of the Cali
fornia bidders ODay acting either
independently or for a western syndi
cate Is said to be tho man who re
cently put 50000 to Johnsons cred
it in a San Francisco bank an the ne
gro champions share In tho deal
Doth ODay and Rook arc reported
to be hard after Gleasonn Interest
The battle for the picture rights
has been waging for many months
Ever alncp tho day last December
when Jeffries and Johnson were I
matched for tho big fight picture men
have been buoy with attractive offers
to both principals and promoters
According to the amended light arti
cles Jeffries and Johnson are tho
Joint owners of the picture rights and I
each Is bound to turn over to tho I
promoters onethird of the profits each i
receives therefrom
I With tlio picture rights split be 1
TVveonrlval syndicates as now seems
to bVtho case it Is likely that twp I
nets of films will be made of tho big
contest
In order to carry out tho terms of
their contracts all Jeffries and Jojm
son are required to do is to enter tin
ring here July 4 and begin fight
ing All that Rlckard Is required to
do Is to use his host efforts to see
that tho fighters come together All
other responsibilities devolve upon
the picture men II
Refreshed by a good sleep in Ne
vadas bracing ozone Jack Johnson
rpse earl this morning keen for his
first workout since shifting his train
ing quarters for the ocean shore Aft
ej a brink road jaunt the champion
was expected to rest for the remain
der of the forenoon as his program
railed for several stiff boxing bouts
later In the day I
IAI Kaufman will bo taken on ac
I cording to tarrangemcntfl for jour
rounds following which the champion
f intends to try the mettle of a new
sparring partner he brought up yes
terday from San Francisco This is
Jack Gayer a young Denver heavy
weight who is regarded as good train I
ing timber for tho champion I
Walter Monahan also a recent re
cruit Is likewise slatod for a mauling I
and If Jack pines for more aftor fin
ishing with that trio Dave Mills and
I
George Cotton will be ready for a
slugging bee I
Out at Moaua Spring no one oared
I to make a guess as to what Jim
Jeffries would do today Tho big I
l fellow his trainers say left his
grouch In California but not Ilia
whims and It Is just ns difficult to
I forecast his days training operations
hero as It was at Ben Lomond I
Tex Rlckard sold this morning
f that according to Information he had
r received from the ouiuern Pacific
railroad and which was reported to
the Associated Press last night he Is
Inclined to believe that no diminu
tion In tho fight visitors will result
I from the change of battleground from
Son Francisco to Reno The promot
er that the crowd which
i vrltnoaEOB the battle will be cloao to
17000
A visitor hero from Goldfield Bays
i a large delegation from that town and
the surrounding mining camp la bo
lag organized and will arrive here
on July S
Many complaints being made by
i visitors desirous of Inspecting Jack
Johnsons training quarters and see
ing the champion work because of
tho Inaccessibility of his camp To
reach tho roadhouse whore Johnson
Las quarters it Is necessary to se
cure an automobile or some other
conveyance as It Is entirely off tho
line of the local trolley tiyalem and Is
far out of reasonable walking die
H tance 1
r Moana Springs however Is touched
ji almost directly by Renos street earn
atid for that reason Jeffries camp
I a expected to draw a much larger
number of visitors than Johnsons
Thla condition of affairs Is a source
of regret both to Jeffries nnd John
son for Jeffries dislikes above aft
hinge to work In > public On the
L other hand nothing delights Johuflon
J more than a big crowd and It has
y tome to bo regarded as an ectab
Hshpd peculiarity of the negro cham
tHOu that he does his best boxing
i VIIUIl stimulated by the presence of
iamorous spectators
Very little betting on tho fight Is
going on In Reno The gambling
IIOUPBG are posting odds of 10 to G on
Tyfrlcs lint no large wagers have
been reported at those figures antI
Il < Is not regarded as likely that then
will he any considerable amounts put
up until a day or two before the bat
tie Tom Corbctt tho official bat
ting commissioner Is still in San
Francisco and will probably remain
there until July 2 It IB believed that
for the present San Francisco offers
a better field for Corbetts activities
than Runo
The train that brought Johnoon to
Reon yesterday also carried a consign
ment of fight tickets which will be
placed on sale here lSsoonas an
office Is established In a large hall
over one of the towns most frequent
ed temples of chance Scats also will
bo sold In San Francisco up to a day
or two of the battle
The work of putting In the now ce
Inent platforms at the depot Is pro
grossing rapidly Within a week the
Cement platforms will he completed
the now tracks all laid and the plat I
form ready for tho erection of the
uprights for the umbrella sheds
JURY G VES
tiE R49OO
Mrs Mary Lavender of
Chicago Scandalized
by Minister
Chicago Juno 6lrs Mary A
Lavender who sued tho Rev E D
Crawford pastor of the Woodlawn
Methodist Episcopal church for 50 I
000 charging slander was awarded I
1000 by a Jury which returned Its
verdict In Judge Managans court to
day
dayMrs
Mrs Lavindor charged that Dr
Crawford accused her to various per
sons of having been unduly intimate
with John D Leek former pastor of
the Woodlawn church later at the
head of the Western Avenue Metho
dist Episcopal church but at pres
ent business man
Dr Crawford alleged that Mrs Lay
ouder had confessed to him and that
his talk concerning the case was due
to a dralro to preserve the honor of
tho church
WOR109S W1ARIETS
MARKET SUPPORT SENDS I
STOCKS UP A POINT I
I
New York June 26The stool
markets openedwreak today tho de
cline being effected on light transac
ions Louisville S Nashville fell
1 34 Toledo St Louis Southest
ern preferred and Westinghouse Eloc i
rlc 114 Union Pacific Great North
ern preferred Northern Pacific Great
Northern Ore Certificates 1 and Can
idian Paclllc Southern Pacific Read
Ing Anaconda and Consolidated Gas
argo fractions
Further Inroads were mace on the
prices before the decline was stopped
st Louis San Francisco second pre
ferred and Minneapolis St Lonls
lost 1 Reading and Canadian Paclllc
1 Northwestern I 18 and Ameri
can Hide 8 Leather preferred IS1
Minneapolis St Louis preferred
sold at 50 for the first time since the
passing of the dividend The previous
sale was at C8 on May 2C Support
Ing orders flowed Into the marke
Inter and there was an upturn whica
arrled Reading Southern Pacific I
Union Paclllc Vnlted Slates Steel
Consolidated Gas and others a frac
lon above yesterdays close and St
Paul a point
Chicago Livestock
Chicago June 25 Cattle Receipts
Htlmated at 1000 market steady
3eevo8 5lO85G Texas steers
fi 40 < S > 775 western steers 530
70 slockers and feeders 375
505 cows and heifers 270Q GGO
jalves 5COO8CO
Hogs Receipts estimated at 0000
market 510c up Light 9 10 5 D70
nixed 930 iG5 heavy 000 < S05G
rough 9007 9 05 good to choice
levy 910955 pigs 020970
bulk of sales 945 < 5 955
I Sheep Receipts etimatod at 1500
market steady Native 300510
western 325515 verllngs SGoOrffi
i50 living native G75730 west
ern S 5O50
I
Omaha Livestock
I
Omaha June 25 Cattle Receipts
00 market unchangor Native steers
fl50i800 cows and heifers 5300
350 western steora 350C50
I cows and heifers 275n50 can
ners S260G55 stackers and feed
ers 3005SO calves IOO760
bulls stags etc fiOr550
Hogs Receipts 701 market strong
I to fie lower Heavy 910D20
I nixed 915925 light 9259lO
pigs 800 900 Irulk of sales 915
35
Sheep Receipts 100 market
I steady Yearlings 47551i55 woth
ers 10031475 owes 315IGO
laUlbB fi50750
I Chicago Close
Chicago June 25 Close Wheat
July 98 fSnSI Sept 9S SSaJM Dec
99 31178
Corn July 59 7S Sept 61 Dec
59 3S
Oats July 40 18 Sept 39 l2a58
Due 40 381112
Mess pork per barrel July 2340
Sept 2200
Lnrt July 1242 l2a15 Sept 1212
12t
Ishort ribs July 1292 12 Sept
1247 12
I I IT fc Sugar and Coffee
New York June 2fiSurarRf1
firm muscovado 89 test 375 centri
fugal 90 test 421 molasses sugar
89 test 319 refined quiet crushed
585 granulated 515 powilorcd 525
Coffee Spot quiet No 7 Rio 8
1laGJO No C Santos D 3S
A OMANCE
AND MNEY
Idaho Woman Receives
Millions From Her
First Love
Spokane Wash Juno 25Mms DO
ly Baker of Cociir dAlene City Ida
ho Is Plated to be heiress to 7000
000 Twenty years ago she said
goodbye to her girlhood sweothoart
Arthur JQ Travors In Montana and
ho Journeyed to Australia The girl
grow tired of waiting and married
Judge W J Grout later divorcing him
and marrying linker Now word
comes that Traverfi became a cattle
king In Australia cleared up 7000
000 and died leaving all to his boy
hood sweetheart Attorney R B Fi
more has gone to Australia carrying
proofs of Mrs Bakers Identity to I
claim the fortune for her
S E WILL SEE
TilE BIG FI8S
Chicago June 26Mrs Rex E
Beach who loft for Reno Nevada last
night In company with her husband I
Rex K Beach the novelist and au
thor declared that sho would attend
the JeffriesJohnson fight July 4
I saw Mrs Tex Rlckard In New
York this spring and she told mo that
I was not game to come Bald the
authors wife Well she will find
out that she has made u mistake Mr
Beach thinks ho is going to send me
to Lake Tahoe but he Is mistaken
for I shall see everything there Is to
sec
nARY FELL BUT I
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WAS NOT INJURED
INJUREDI
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St Paul Minn June 25As Mar
col Mohr one and onehalf years old
was sitting ona ttmird story window
sill last night eating a piece of cake
her mother saw bur suddenly pitch
backwards and disappear Into UK I
street below The mother rushed
downstairs expecting to find a life
less form but was confronted by the
little one sitting on the ground anil
ashing
Mamma wicrcs my cake I
The baby was only slightly bruised
THREATS OF CIVIL
WAR IN SPAIN
Madrid June 25 Premier Canal
ejas declared today that If the nego
tiations between the Spanish govern
ment and tho Vatican over the revi
sion of the concordat were broken off
Rome would be responsible He
said The full text of the Vaticans reply
I
has not been received yet but wo know
from the telegraphic summary that It
I docs not constitute a response to our
I note but is confined exclusively to
a protest against the Imperial decree
of June 11 and Is therefore nn In
vasion of the states sovereignty
which is not tolerable
The church falsely accuses us of
an attack on tho Catholic religion
We aer simply defending tho sover
eignty of tho slate
Tho premier added that if the
Catholics persisted In their threats
of a civil war he would havo re
course to the courts
A dubious clement hc situation
Is tho attitude of King Altonzo on
whom great influence is bojng exer
cised to cause him to overthrow tho
Cnnalejas ministry
GIFT FOR HOME FOR
DISABLED RAILROAD MEN
New York June 25A gift of 110
000 for the home for old and dis
abled railroad cnlI > JoY 3 was announc
ed today The donor is Hamilton Car
hart of Detroit a manufacturer who
says that railroad men have helped
to make him wealthy aud he wishes
to show his appreciation
The new homo was dedicated in
April and has accommodation for
about 100 Mr Carhnrfa gift ylll
clear it of Indebtedness
BANK STATEMENT
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New York June 25The statement
of tho clearing house banks for the
week follows
Loans 11907280005 increase 5
G92300
Deposits 101070300 increase
9080500
Circulation 18315200 increase
151800
Legal tender 3981 I T > 00 Inoieaso
381 700 T
Specie 25932620 increase H
C7S200
329119700 increase o
Reserve
0511900
Reserve required 2002G907G in
crease2 2270120
Surplus 28874625 Increase 2
789775 r O
Ex Unit ll States deposits 29
314200 increase 2 99150
Nev York Money
New York JIin jrlon y on call
nominal Tlmeloons stronger for fiO
days 3C314 liar COl1t f6r 90 days
j 3113 12 percent fpr six months
4IliW4 12 pcrceiU t
1 CATHOLICS CELEBRATE THE
CONVERSION OF INDIANS
CampbclltonN B June 25ManY
1 of UH
and laymen
prelates priests
t r
Roman Catholic church participated
this week at the little village of SL I
l Anno De Reatlgoucho near here In
celebration of lh 300th anniversary I
of the conversion of Chief Member
tou and twentyone braves of tho Mlo
mac tribe of Indians
Tho Indians worobaptlzed at Port
Royal No S on St John the Bap
tints day 1C10 and shortly after
wards the entire Mjomac tribe In East
ern Canada bmbraced Christianity
KENTUCKY PRIMARIES
Lexington Kj Juno 25 Democrat
ic voters of the seventh district aro
In tho throes of a heated Congrcs I
ofonal primary today
Time Burley tobacco society Is a I
I leading factor In the contest that con
cern being lined up In opposition LO I
Congressman Campbell Cantrcy of
Georgetown nnd upon the support ot I
Senator Claude Thomas of Paris Th
election has arquscd Intense hitter
ness
p fil A r 1
CRtDEA I
11 L l qj r l tUlli
IS A LOSER
Brigham City Farmer
Loses Money and His
Prospective Bride
Long Beach Cal Juno 2GOut oC
pocket 1100 and 110 bride Is what
George Cralghead u rancher aged
55 from Brigham City Utah says a
matrimonial venture has meant to
himHe
He came hoio looking for the brldi
tobe and while making Inquiries
for her fell Into the hands of con
lldence men sit San Pedro and lost
51000 on a racing game He says he
advanced tho 100 to Miss Emm
Harwell Falling to find her ho re
turned to his home yestciday
Following his departure the polic
located Miss Harwell In a sanltarlui
and sho corroborated the rancher
story as far as It related to horael
She said however i that she expem
ed the money In making a trip lo
Brigham City o dlscuils inatrlmon
with Cralgheadbut he failed to Iteep
an appointment sflt for Juno J The
aha returned toLong Beach and nov
she says ln View of all that bas
transpired she docs not lntondjto mary
ry him
TEDDY JR IN CHEYENNE
Cheyenne Wyo June 25Timec
dore Roosevelt Jr and his brld
passed through Cheyenne last night
on their way to the Pacific const
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TDREE 1
KiLLED
l Murderous HoldUp in
Lynn MassTwo
1
Bandits Shot
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Lynn Mass June jThrco young
men committed double murder In
tho hoat of this city today and car
rind away a hag containing between I
4000 and 0000 which they stole
I
from the victims Thomas A Lnndre
nnn prominent shoo manufactur
er and Policeman TameR Carroll The
robbers fled to High Rock a suburb I
where they wore surrounded bj a
large force of police and citizens
Mr Lan regan had Just drawn tho
I weekly payroll of the shoe factory of
Welch Lnndrogan from the Lynn
National bank and was walking to his
factory with tho money in a bag
Ofllcer Carroll accompanied him and
they were holding limo bag between
them As they reached a point less
than JOO yards from the factory three
I young men described as being be
tween 20 and 25 years old leaped out
from a doorway and ran up behind
Landregan and Carroll I
I When they wore within three feet
of the two men two of the doaper I
adoeU opened fire with revolvers At
the same moment the third highway
man seized the bag of money Lan 1
dregan fell dead Carroll also fell
wounded several times Ho was rush
I ed to the Lynn hosDltal but died I in
mediately after his arrival there
AR the highwaymen fled they I
caught sight of a horse held by a I
man In front of the residence of Miss I
Bessie Baker One of the desper
udoQs seized the bridle but as Miss i
Baker screamed he dropped It and
ran with the others I
All three then ran through hood
terrace and gained the heUhts or
High Rock A great crowd was In
pursuit by this time When the of I
llcers and citizens reached High Rock
the three men were nowhere In sight
hut silver money was found scattered I
about The men had evidently drop I
ped all the silver In the bag In order I
to lighten their load but had kept
the bank notes I
The officers many of whom hail
seized automobiles at once surround
ed High Rock
I MrLandregan was about 12 years
oTape aim had a family The flnti ir
Welch Lindregan of which he as
a member employes nearly 1000 per
soils
BOIIBA little less than one hour after the
shooting of Landregan and Carroll
Patrolman Thompson saw one of UK
robbers on Granite street opposite the
bank Thompson after ordering UK
man to surrender opened and the man
returned the shots The robber fell
filially wounded Before he expired
he said his name was B Arisen of
East fwent second street New York
city
In tho Ineantlme another of the
men had been seen in Boston street
I near the Lynn hospital Policeman
Grady fired several shots at the rob
her who returned the fire One of
Grads bullets struck the man bo
I low the waist The bandits wound Is
1 serious His name has not boon
learned
I Tho third of the trio was captured
I without a fight on Western avenue
a short distance from where the sec
ond highwayman was shot A search
of the robhors clothing resulted III
tho recovery of more than 1500
I
MADRIZ ANSWERS
THE AMERICANS
I Washington June 25 President
Madrlz of Nicaragua has Issued an at
tack upon time attitude of the United
1 States toward the Madrlz government
I In Nicaragua It was by way of re
I joinder to the statement which Amer
I ican Consul Ollvaros at Managua de
I livered to the Madrl government on
instruction from the state depart
I ment The statement was an answer
to the charges that the United States
has violated tho neutrality laws din
ing tho strife and had caused the war
to be prolonged
1 Juat what the rejoinder of Madria
contains Is not known in Washington
I Consul Ollvares said It contained
nothing that justified It to be sent by
telegraph It is said to contain a
criticism of the handling of the
military forces at Blueflclds The con
added that Mndrlz nnd his minis
ter General Baca were making ef
forts to arouse the people of Nicara
gua against tho United States He
oho said It was reported that there
was u revolutionary movement at
Acoyapa and that troops worn being
dispatched to defend the town
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PUBLICITY TO R
i AFT ELECTIONS
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Washington June 25 Campaign
contrlbiitlonpvwill be made public on
ly after qlcctlona Tho house today
adopted the conference report on tho
> campaign publicity bill after a spir
> ited hatoIWrl1S which many mem
bers especially Democrats express
ed their disapproval of the atclon of
i the house conferees In agreeing to
the amendments
i MININOMAN INJURED
I OaklundJUflO 25Arthur P
John millionaire mining man an1
i known throughout time west was tal
I on to tho Deceiving hospital at a very
J early hour thl morning suffering
tawka rwutuml kneecap the result
of a colltHioiTqC his automobile wita
1 a > Grove 5trcoLcar Two other oo
1 M
A
J t of jf
1 < i I 7
cupants of tho automobile H Ready
nnd Ernest Strey escaped with a few
bruIses
MISUNDERSTANDING AS TO
RAILROAD RATES CONFERENCE
Chicago June 2A controversy
has arisen It Is said between tho
railroads and the shippers regarding
changes In the ofllclal classification
that governs freight In the territory
east of the Mississippi river and I
north of the Ohio river The shippers
are making tho claim that the agree i
ment between the railroad presidents J
and President Taft with regard to In
creased freight rates Included all In I
creses The railroad men Insist that
classification matters were not In i
cluded and should not be The ship I
pers Insist that changes In classifica
tions are often the medium of In
creasing the transportation charge I
and that those matters should also bo
submitted to tho Interstate Commerce
commission
BROWNE IS
INDICTED
Grand Jury in Spring
field Returns Six I
Indictments I
Sprlnkficld Ills June 5The
Sagamou county grand jury today re
turned tho following Indictments in
the bribery case probe
Conspiracy to bribe Representative
Lee ONeil Browne Representative
Robert K Wilson Frank J Traut
Louis D Hlrschelmor
Bribery A J Johnston
Perjury A J Johnston
Browno and Wilson nor also indict
cd on the general Jack pot proposi
tion There are three counts each III
the conspiracy indictments two In the
perjury Indictment against John
ston and twelve In the bribery In
dictment against Johnston
BRAVE flGUT
Of A GIRL
ItaHan Attemptsto Make
1an Assault Minnie
Brown
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Yonkers KY Juno 25Miss Min
nie Brown a fifteenyearold high
school girl with an enviable record In
school athletics Is In a Yonkors hos
pital suffering from shock and serious
Injuries received Into last night when
she was attacked near her home b
an unidentified Italian and thrown
over a cliff Into the Hudson river af
ter a fight against her assailant Tho
police today aro scouring the outlying
districts In search for the man
Miss Brown who Is tho daughter
a wealthy Now Yorker was the host
ess last evening at a party given to
a number of her schoolmates
When the party was over she ac
companied several of her guests to
their street car two blocks away On
her return down the lonely Hudson
river boulevard she was hailed hy a
I slouching Italian He grasped her by
tho arm quickly tying a heavy hand
kerchief over her mouth and started
I dragging her toward a dark pier The
girl struggled with all her might and
I tho Italian then drew a knife cutting
nor slightly to enforce his threats
At tills she stepped back slightly and
picked up a stone and lilt the Italian
In the face Infuriated he clutched
her madly picked her up In both arms
and pitched her Into the river below
Police heard her scream two blocks
away and ran to the scene She was
pulled out of the water and taken to
the hospital apparently in a critical
condition but this morning the hos
pital physicians expressed the opin
Ion that she would recover
LITTLE BOY IS
KILLED BY TORPEDO
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Louisville Ky June 5Look
mother Ive sot a torpedo said 7
yearold Dallas McColhim yesterday
afternoon to his mother and before
cho could prevent him ho struck the
railroad torpedo with a liammor and
was killed The jugular vein had
been severed by the explosion
It Ifl believed tho boy got the tor
pedo from the pocket of an old Jacket
sometimes worn by his father Chas
McCollum a railroad employe
BALLINGERPINCHOT
REPORT SEPT 5
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Washington Tulle 2Tiio BaJ
llngerPlnchot Investigating Vommlt
tee met this morning and adjourned
to meet in Mlnncapolls Sept 5 when
an effort will be made to agree baa
a report
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Taft Asks For Money
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Colorado
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I Washington Juno 25 President
Taft today sent a special message to
congress urging the placing at his
disposal of a suitable sum of money
to meet the exigency of the situation
on the lower Colorado rover which
threatens serious joss of life and prop
erty He does not mention tho
amount needed
Immediately after the leading ot
the Presidents message on the Colo
rado river the senate adopted a joint
resolution appropriating 1000000 for
protection against damage by that
stream
RAIN IN WHEAT BELT
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Aberdeen S D June 5AJ1 inch
of rain fell at Aberdeen last night
and it is still raining today At Kim
ball two inches of rain fell
fiNANCIAL
PROSPECTS
Market Influenced Dur
ing the Week by Con
flicting Forces
Now York June Influence In
the weeks stock market has boon di
vided between the anxiety over the
threatened damage to the spring
wheat crop and distaste for Attorney
General AVlckerabams Chicago ad
dre s and the encouragement felt
over improvement In various other
directions Confidence han been cur
Uvated by assurances of the fore
most banking authority that diffi
culties In the way of railroad rater
advances would be removed by the
assent of groat shipping Interests to
the advances i
Tho money prospect has boon clear
ed by the sale of additional railroad
bonds abroad by the decisive relax
ation In the London money market and
by the placing of American bankers
finance bills in that market The
forthcoming bank reports In response
tQ the expected call of the com
troller arc expected to show a cor
rection of the undue credit expansion
of the last report
SAVED FROM DEATH
ON THE DESERT
San Bernardino Cal June 25The
heroic tramp mining engineer J L
Ames over twentytwo miles of
burning desert acing a blistering
wind all tho way sent succor rushing
to six stricken comrades who had
been overcome and saved them from
a horrible death Ames arrived at
Camp Salstacl ten miles from
Searlea Lake late yesterday after
noon with his feet bound In sacking
and a screen of burlap oer his
mouth The party of s even had sc
out from Kramer Tipeday to sui >
V03 some nil lands They completed
the survey Thursday evening and
while endeavoring to fiud their way
back to their mitouiobilo 5J5A si
I miles distant became bewildered
When the party went ill the striokon
I men were found together except Walt
er Black who had wandered away
delirious He was run down after
I quite a chase
GUN FIGHTER ON I
WAY TO TBEFIGHT
New York Juno 613at Master
son who gained a reputation In the
early days as a gun fighter and later
nerved as United States marshal un
dor President Roosevelt passed
through the city yesterday on his way
I to Rono to witness the big fight
According to Bat It is going to be
a big fight but ho cant BOO anything
but Jeffries from tho first gong He
says ho has seen tho Call rOtnl 3D In
all his important battles and that he
Is so imbued with the ability of the
bollermakor that he does not see how
Johnson has a chance to win
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