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OGDEN CITY UTAH MONDAY EVENING JUNE 27 J9IO Entered ac Second Clan Matter at the Poxtofflce Ogden Utah o
Train IIeL L V1IhIn City Limits
and Pas enge s Jtod Crew Robbed
Eastern Peop leAstonis h
edSunday Was Like
a Circus Day
Reno June 2iTho lost week of
preparation for the Fourth of July
struggle for supremacy between Jim
Jeffries and Jack Johnson opened In
Reno without any of the excitement
which marked Its Immediate prede
cessor Such work was dono on the
arena yesterday nnd today that Its
completion In time for tho fight Is
certain both fighters arc In splendid
trim and showing no sign of their
sudden change from sea level to a
high altitude and everything connect
Id with the gretest sporting event of
this or any other ago is moving
along In a thorough satisfactory way
Swinging himself on to the boxing
platform at Mona Springs shortly af
ter S oclock this morning Jim Jet
fries plunged Into eleven rounds of
continuous boxing alternating with
ChoyiiBki Corbctt Armstrong and
Berger and followed up with two
rounds of tugging and hauling around
the ring with Fanner Burns It was
a fast furious struggle
Reno Ner June jrhc sun iu
hot at Reno Itg torrid rays beat
down on the Sierras hero with almost
Iho African intensity that browned
the skins of Jack Josnsons progeni
tors Also there Is dust It lies thick
nnd finely powdered on tho roads that
lend to tjio rival fight camps and a
procession of plunging automobiles
constantly Journeying lo and dfrq
churns whirling to mingle with tho
MHO haze of tho encircling hills
But neither heat nor dust seems tq
he troubling either the black glantor
the white giant who this day week are
to meet In a conflict that has rivet
eil orJdwIdc attention and Is luring I
to tho Nevada metropolis easer pat
ionB from the four corners of the II
Yesterday was a strange Sabbath
It Was like circus day In an aver
ISO American town but there were
two show grounds the camps of the
lighters That of Jeffries being on a
car Hue and therefore accessible to
the pleasure seeking multitudes drew
much the larger crowd and from ear I
ly morning until dusk heterogeneous
gatherings thronged the treesha led
lawns and resorts of Moaua Spiing
ayd made merry No one scorned I
groat j disappointed that Jeffries wag
not risible All wore content to be
merely an Integral part of a gay and
carefree assembly
On the porch of a refreshment pa
vilion a man played a piano and flans
to an appreciative audience that clam
ored for ragtime encores to sejntl
mental ballads A baseball game be
tween members of the camp anfl tho
war correspondents aa the newspa I
permen arc called captured a largo I
section of the shifting crowd Even
an unpretentious menagerie down In I
n remote corner of Iho springs camo I
In for a share attention particularly I
a case of monkeys whose agile antics
had for hours tho fascinated gaze ot a
group of slolld laced Indians and their i
meek squaws
Within the main building roulette
hie1swhIr1 endlessly and the UtUo
while Ufllls were watched with strain
IQiLcycs by women as well aa men I
Visitors from the east wondorcd at I
batThey wondered too on return
ing to thc oRy at the fact that the I
hip iiDtown pamblinj halls were al1
most deserted and the tables of chance i
covered with green cloths It was ex
plained that a municipal law permits I
no gambling on Sunday but allows
poker and other card games plnyed
without the aid of mechanical do I
Out at Johnsons camp the main
attraction of the day was the boxing
bouts in which the big negro en
gaged with Al Kaufman and Walter I
Monaban one of the latest recruits to I
lilt training corps Here tho carnival
Bplrt that characterized Moann i
Springs was lacking The visitors
vftre mostly monexpert critics and
ring followers anxious to got a lino
on the condition of the champion and
weigh his chances for winning j
Johnsons second workout here was j
not nearly no Impressive as the oneof 1
the day before though It was not the
champions fault In any particular
Hs sparring partners wero rcappn
Klblo for the rather lame nature of j
tho proceedings nnd tho spectators
were convinced that Johnson had hoj
been called upon to extend hlmpaU
would have shown all tho cleverilesa
find speed required Kaufman gavou
fairly good account of himself but
the high altitude hOt Irritated a nasal
trouble with which bo has recently
been suffering and ho was In ppor
shape to tent tho mettle of tho cham
pion And Monahan was in no trim
at all Johnaon mauled him about at
will and seemed very much disap
pointed that no Interference was of 1
fered his vigorous onslaughto All
aaecd thai the thin air has produc
ed no apparent effect on JolinqpnH
oroathlng and he looked fit na a fiddle
JUho stopped off tho platform and
returned to his quarters
I The champion plans to box dally un
tjl Saturday when hu will taper off hIs
training with light exorcise and gath
er hlfTforccs for the groat battle
Promoter Rlekard is enjoying
much needed rest from hln feverish
concerning hlmsef principally now
with tho sale of tickets and the build
hug of the arena
Reno is rapidly filling up with the
vanguard of the fight crowd Every
train puts down Its quota of visitors
and the number of arrivals Is expect
ed to Increase steadily from now until
tho Fourth The main Invasion It 19
thought will begin about Friday
Among the newcomers are not a few
adventurous men from tho coast who
have managed to eludo trainmen while
riding brake beams and blind bag
gage On one of the overland trains
from San Francisco yesterday twenty
of these knights of tho road were
captured by railroad detectives at
Summit near the snowsheds In the
lot was a lame boy who had dragged
himself his crutch and bundle of
magazines to a sequestered seat OP
t the Innermost section of a cars
trucks He too waD bound for Bone
Nevada Denounced
Chicago June 27 Nevada was bit
actlvltios of the past ten days He la
terly denounced last eoning by Rev I
Melbourne P Boynton In the Lex II
ington Avenue Baptist church for poi I
milting the staging of the Jeffries
Johnson fight at Rono on Indepen
I dence day His subject was Neva
das Shame
flit is Nevadas shame that she
lacks men of brain and brawn who
I could protect her against herself and
make hor deserts to blossom as the
Continued on Page Six
II Caught by the Quick I
I i sands of Rio Grande
1 River
v > c
Santa Fe N M June 27The
I qFlckfAmi8of the Rio Grande claim
ed two vfcflms yesterday at the little I
village ot Alcadede thirty miles north
of Santa Fe I
Nineyearold Max Sanchez walked
Into tho river and sal down in tho
water at that pollt a foot deep
When ho tried to wade out he found
that the sand bud him in Its grasp I
Ho screamed for help and 14yearold
Leandro Sanchez ran to his aid only j
to be himself drawn Into the deadly I
sands When other wouldbe rescu
ers nrrhcd both boys were drowned
although their heads were above the
I sand I
Chicago Llvectock
Chicago June 27 Cattle Receipts
estimated at 22000 market weak to I
lOc lower Beeves 525aS2D Tex
as steers o SOaOOO western steers
I 525a730 stockers and feeders 200
a610 cows and heifers J2COaC70
I calves SGOOaS50
Hogs Receipts estimated at 33
000 market C at lOc lower Light
30a9CO mixed 915a955 heavy
jSSoafUO rough SS5a945 good to
o heavy f905a910 hun of
sales S935aOI5 I
Sheep Receipts estimated at 10 j
000 Market steady Native 275a
580 western 300alS5 yearlings
5u25aiJ2fi lambs native l75a7t0
western 500a750
New York Money
Now York June 27Prlme mer
cantile paper steady 4 3la5 per
cent sterlIng exchange strong bank
era blllB 48l60a4S455 for 60 day bills
and 180 35 for demand Commercial
bllla 483 34a4Sl 14
Omaha Livestock
Omaha Juno CattJeRecolpls
3800 market slow and lower native I
steers 450a77E cows and heifers
300a375 stockerft and foodurb300
aGGO calves 350a700 bulls stags
etc L25n55O
Hogs Receipts 3200 market lOo
lower heavy 900a920 mixed 9 I
10a920 light 920n930 pigs 8 00
a900 bulk of sales S910 90 I
Sheep = Hocolpta 6000 market slow
and lower ycarllngfl5475a575 weth
ers S400a475 owes 100al75
lambs 0501750
Chicago Close
Chlcao Hnuo 27BarleYCnHl1
Wheat July 100al8 Sept 100 3S
Dec iOf78
Corn July 58 GS Sept 60 1Si
J3ec BS l4a3 S
Gate July 39 12Sept 38 7Sc
Dec 39 3S I
Pork Jily close 2365 SopL 3350 I
Lard July 1242 12 Sept 1237
l2a40 I
RlbB July 1249 12 Sept 1212
ChIcago Produce
Chicago Juno 27Butter steady
Cjoajnerlea 24 l2a27j dairies 23a
26 I
26PSBS Btfiady receipts 20256 case
at mark cases included 15al6 12 j
flrsta 18 prime firsts 19 12 I
CidostStedS daisies IG lla J t
twinor r young Americas 1C lvJa34
Longhorns IG l2alG
They Beat a Brakeman Fire Two Shots afc a Flagman Pu
the Earrings From a Womspfs Ears Force the Express
Messenger Turn Over Treasure Obtain Money
Watches and Jewels and Then Disappear a
RubberTired Rig Officers Make Arrests
Brakeman Tells His Story Wagon
s < jw Tracks Traced to Edge of Great
Salt Lake r j
An Oregon Short Line passenger
train northbound from Ogden was
held up on the outskirts of tho city
near Five Points at 135 thlp morn
Ing by three masked men Brake
man Frankland severely beaten over
the head by ono of the robbers was
taken to tho Ogden General hospital
with a deep gash in his head
The passengers who were robbed of
their valuables continued their jour
ney north on the same train The
report of Conductor H A Williams
as telegraphed to tho local officials
Second No 1 hold up by throo
masked mon onefourth mile west of
five Points and robbed Three men
with masks on two weighing 160
pounds one little heavier One had
black slouch hat with greasy band
other had brown hat Held up at 135
a m Released at 205 a m Last
shot fired at 205 a m Left there at
about 230 a m I
Brakcman Frankland went ahead and
was held up by three masked men
who had fusee on tiack When I
ran up they stuck me up with saw cl
off shotuns UrakcnVn Frayktind
was told olle down by me Frankland
got away and notified the authorities
thirty minutes before I arrived at
Hot Spilngs
Hot Springs Is the first station
north of Ogden ten miles distant
The robbers rode to tho scene of tho
r fiN
Boslwick Desperate Fel
low Loses in Battle
With Guards
Atlanta Juno 27W H Bobtwick
the desperado who Idled throe men
and wounded three at his home near
Occllla yesterday was found dying
In his barricaded homo at 4 oclocl
this morning when the Fitzgerald
company of the Rational Guard rush
ed and captured the house He ex
pired within an hour The five chil
dren who were In tho house with
him wore rescued uninjured It Is
cuppoacd a bullet fired during tho
fight with posses Inst night struck
Sheriff J P TtcInnlB died today
about the same time us BoBtwick
Tho Fitzgerald company on ar
rival today promptly rushed to tho
house which had been the scene of a I
fierce fire of bullets all night For I
fear of hurting the children the aol
dlerfl did not fire i
They wero assembled on all four
sides of the houac two hundred yards
away and at the command forward
moved upon the place at doubleaulck
The first ones kicked in the door
and with drawn revolvers entered
Boatwlck was found on the floor un
conscious The children were terri
fied and huddled near the father who
had kept them on the floor all night
find thus they had escaped tho bul
It warf reported at first that the I
guardsmen had tilled Bostwlck but
thin was denied inter
Tho affair began Sunday afternoon
when an officer went to arrest Bost
wick and alluk Thon Sheriff Mcln
nls and a posse went after him Boat
wick killed both Chief of Police Stove
Davis and Deputy Sheriff Sheffield of I
Occllla and Sheriff Mclnnls and two I
deputies fell badly wounded
A new posse vna formed and an
other attack mado tho troop being
ordered out moamvhile It was known
that Mrs Bostwlck had fled wth one
child but the father stayed in tho
house with the remaining five chil
dren One of the children he sent
out to get tho revolver tho dead po I
lice chief had dropped knowing that
the posse would not lire on tho lad
JTJie soldiers ardors vrer not to fire
on the house butto capture It by
sheer force oCjwmbore
Thu posse ofvpcal citizens kept up
Vflre on the lieslegod man a1l night
Tho three living victims of Bost J
k If
holdup In a rubbertired rig and hitch
ing their horde to a tree waited for
tho train They had placed two
fusees on the track i which when ex
ploded served ah imperative stop sig
nal to the engineer As soon as the
train camo to a full stop the hold
ups proceeded to rqb train crew and
passengers after ono of the brake
men who unaware of the meaning
of tho sudden stop suddenly facing
tho men had been struck over the
head with tho butt end of a gun
Those who were robbed are
Conductor H 0 Williams gold
watch nod 310 Roy Bancroft 10
Mrs M H Eddie lj Engineer Kirk
wood J5 A J Bottles gold watch
with mime engraVcdfrand 12 T J
Nagul gold watch and 10 J W
Clockomr watch ami 410 J P Elliott
annual pass > No C3190 Mrs J R
Yost wedding ring antl2 R D
Smith 27 H L Ward si E M
Earl 2 A tf Bca ley 3 H M
Olmstead 3 Mrs IvatlcHcld watch
and G Mrs E Lawrence SI J W I
Drlscoe 3 Mrs J H Ball one pair I
of earrings W ALcall C Sjlvlrf
Edison lll S Knight 45 J tf
lcKh17 Stubblefleld gold watch I
and 1R George StonC 5 Teddy Mil
lar of the Gray News company 40
Michael Tarlln S Thdmas Smelzcr
25 J R Coutts hi Leo Rorner
3 FJ Spencer 10 John H Simp
eon 5 Albert Taylor 1325 T M
wicks bullets arc expected to recov
er All the troops wore ordered homo
Bolao Juno 21iTbo register and
receiver of the land office today is
sued a statementrelative to the lands
included in the Boise project In the
elimination of tho forms of entry
On March 24 1910 tho secretary of
the intelror restored certain lands
within tho Payette Boise reclamation
project from the reclamation with
drawal In tho order of restoration It
wag provided that those lands would
be subject to settlement on July 2
1910 and to entry filing or selection
on August 1 1910
On May 2C 1910 the state of Idaho
filed under the act of March 15 1910
a withdrawal of certain lands In con
nection with a proposed Carey act
reclamation project those lands em
bracing a portion of those so restored
by the order of March 24 and made
subject to settlement and tiling as
One Will Be Placed
in Service in
New York Juno jXew York
learned today that the Gorman syn
dicate which Is operating tho Zeppe
lin airship Deutschland to carry pas
sengers on regular schedule between
Froderlchshafen and Dusseldorf Is
already planning to extenll ILK activi
ties to America It is announced
that the syndicate has under consid
eration the possibility of putting a
Zeppelin dirigible into commission
between New York and toson
I A ruling by the government will
I first be necessary however as to
whether an airship la a ship or
something clue Should the ulrahlp
be put la tho same family with the
ship of the scan or rivers it would
not be possible for a Gorman com
pany to operato In this country No
ship carrying foreign flag can do
business on tho Inland waterways or
do a coaatwlao trade There is also
tho question of import duty Wb1 h
on airships Is alK > ut fifty per coot
of their value 11 this appraisal COY
era a dirigIble as well Man > aero
plane a ship of the Zeppelin type
would coat delivered In this country
51000000 an > almost problblth
price j
Anderson Ft PT Wrenston walc l
aud Jo Al Foagreen watch and
A woman passenger Is reported to
have hnd her earrings torn from her
I ears by the robbers as they went
through the cars ordering hands up
and searching for valuables
The holdups after fathering their
plunder drove west of Slatorville at
which point all trace was lost
A special train carrying a posse
in charge of Joseph Jones chief do
tectlve of tho Oregon Short Line
reached tho scone of tho robbery early
this morning and the officers have
been In the field all morning rounding
up suspicious characters
Two suspects were arrested in Ogden
early Ui s morning
0 Da rlnp Fellow
The robbers were extremely dar
ing but they would not parley with
anyone In tho prosecution of their
work It had to be done wan tho
slogan of tho mon and their revolv
ers wore there to threaten force if
their mandates wore not observed
to thq letter Brakoman Frankland
was given a rap on tho head with a
gun to got rid of him and Michael
Parlln was struck with a gun for be
lug slow In handling out the contents
of his pockets The mCII would have
Continued on Pago Six
Runs Over and Fatally
Injures an Italian
Boverley Mass Juno 2iOno of
President Tofts automobiles driven
by his non Robert A Taft ran over
and seriously Injured an Italian street
laborer today At tho hospital It was
said there werij indications that the
workmans skull was fractured
Now York Juno iErwln E
Morse son of Charles W Morao the
financier who was graduated from
Yllielnst Wednesday will leave New
York next week for the wilds of
Wyoming whore he Is to begin lifo
us a cowboy on a ranch thirty miles
Young Morse was offered a chanco
to commence life In a New York of
fice where lid might work his way
up the financial ladder under tho
carotid guidance of his fathers
friends But he made up his mind
that the west held out greater In
ducements and decided the way to
learn tho west was to begin at thy
bottom slop
ew Yqrjt June 27Tbo stock
market opened today with lIttle Inter
est and prices showing but slight
changes from SaturdaY closing A sag
ging tendency wns manifested St
Paul declined H Active soiling
caused a severe decline In which the
principal stacks wore freely liquidat
ed Rending broke 3 11 and Union
Pacific 2 sS > U S Steol 2 and St
Paul Nprtherh Pacific Atchison
Amalgamated Copper Southern Pa
cific Chesapeaiip and Ohio American
Smelting National Lead and Consol
idated Gas 138 to 1 34 The Xorth
vest wheat sitiiVMon was assIgned as
tho cause or111oweakne5R
1 11
Matal Market I
New Yorle June 27 Lead quiet
spot M5a4 50 Copper weak stand
nrd sot and July 1195al2 Sllvr I
61 l
Nty York Juna 27 Colonel AluU 1
J win IK Ijackifn New York loilay I
1 >
after having managed the most suc
cessful race meet Louisville has had
in a decade announces that pre
parations are being made to open the
Juarez track very early next fall pos
sibly as early as November 1
In the unfortunate event of a tem
porary cessation of racing in Now
York state after September 1 ho
Raid Juarez will open Its gates ear
lier than Thanksgiving day probably
by November 1 The directors of the
Juarez Jockey club have adopted a
resolution fixing up a meeting of at
least 100 days and guaranteeing at
least 3000 a day in added money
SO FAR WON 28960
New York June 27 Auguwt Bel
mout racers promise to place him
at the head of tho winning list of
owners this season Up to date his
thoroughbreds have won on tho local
tracks 28900 Thia amount with the
exception of a few overnight races
won by Prisolllln and Field Mouse
has been earned by his group of two
yearolds If tho youngsters main
tain their present form they will
I break the supremacy which James H
Keenes twoyearolds held for many
years and land Mr Belmont as tht
leading owner of the oara prestige
ho has not had on the American turf
for many years
The chief Belmont youngsters
shown to date arc Trap Rock Foot
print Babbler Whist Watcrvalo
Golden Sand and Madcap all win
Fate of Browne Is
Still Undecided in
Chicago 1
Chicago June 27 At 11 oclock this
forenoon the jury which1 consider
ing tho Browno bribery case hail
been out 67 hours eight hours long
er than the previous endurance run of
f > 9 hour consumed by a Jury In a
labor case There was no outward
sign of an agreement Judge Me
Surely Intimated that the Jury might
continue In session until next Fri
i ar or oven later If necessary
Even In the isolated jury room
where ono of the moat momentous
verdicts In the history of Illinois Is
being considered the JeffriesJohn
eon fight Is not forgotten This do
eloped today when Judge McSurely
called the reporters to him
Boys said he it IB useless to
guess how the jury stands Nobody
knows I dont know myself I see
by one of the papers that the jury
men have been engaged In a fistic en
counter As a matter of fact there
was nothing to It The Jurors who
are not agreed ns to the verdict got
Into a friendly argument as to the
relative merits of Joffrfcs and John
son This developed Into a wrestl
ing match It was not serious
Asked how long the Jury might stay
out the Judge said
1 want to heave tho city with my
family next Friday If they stand i
to C at that time probably I will dls
chaigc them If it is 1 to 1 or 10
to something llko lhatl may hold
them still longer
New York Juno 2i1he exodus of
sporting men to Rono is now on
Largo numbers of Easterners loft
here today for the JeffriesJohnson
lighting ground and by Wednesday
all who Intend to witness the chant
plonohlp mill will have departed
Opinion still favors Jeffries hut
there has been little betting most of
those Intending to wager preferring
to place their money at the ring Bide
John E Madden and Tom ORourko
two well known manager and train
ers of pugilists are strong In their
opinions that Jeffries will win while
Joe Humphreys nays ho IB rooting
for Jeffries but doubts whether tho
white man call do tho trick
New York June 27 Repoita that I
an operation is to be performed oa
tho throat of Theodora RooHovolt wore
denied today by the suorotary of Dr
Walter F Chappell who was said to
hal mado an engagement to attend
the colonel Dr Chappoll wan out of
town today and his secretary said he
knew of no engagement having been
made for Dr Chapped service by
Col Hoosovelt
No Information regarding the mat I
ter was obtainable at Oyster Bay
where it wus said the Colonelhad no I
vleltom at Sagamore Hill today nor
were any expected Tip report wan 4
that the trouble hud boon caused
through Col Roosevelts long stay in 1
Africa and that the causoof bl re
cent huskiness of voIce wan a small
growth iu hli throat L 1 J
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New Yorks Chinatown
Is Scene ofa
f New York Juno liT ro China
men are dead a third badly wounded
in a hospital and seven Orientals ire
under arrest as the result of the renewal
newel yesterday of hostilities in the
I noxerdylng Tong war in Chinatown
Shu Foo a Long Island laundryman
I was the first victim to succumb to
the wounds ho received when a Iuflll
I Indo of shots broko loose while the
I Chinese Four Brothers one of tho par
I ties to the conflict were celebrating
in Poll street and the On Leong
Tongs their rivals sore over the
murder recently of ono of their num
ber wore gathered in force In Mott
street nearby and arc said to have
raided the arriving banqueters
The second victim was Sen Jing
In front of whose store at Moll and
Poll streets the heaviest shooting
occurred Jlng died early today
Chu Pan the third man to be
struck by the flying bullets is ex
pected to recover He is under guard
in the hospital
The outbreak wan entirely unex
pected by tho police who rushed in
in time to confine tho tremble to the
Immediate locality and believe that
among the men they grabbed they will
find some of the guilty participants
The two dead men wore members
of the Four Brothers nndthe recent
killing of Chon Fook Yuen fs said
to be considered by fellow Tons meat
hers of tho dead mono among the Op
Leongs to have been nocqualcIy
New York Juno 2TThC narrow
lanes of New Yorks Chinatown
I bristled with policemen this morning
I and every precaution was taken by
I tho authorities to see that the sud
den renewal of long worlaro which
resulted yesterday in the death of
one and tho fatal Injury of another
Was not allowod to spread further
Eight men aro under arrest in con
nection with yesterdays battle
The battle 60 far as the police can
lenrn was a continuation of the fend
between the Four Brothers society
nnd the Ong Leong TongK which
arose a fow months ago as a result
of a quarrel over Bowgum a little
Chinese slave girl Tho loud bas thus
far resulted In thirtyseven lives
The story of Bow um whose name
means purse of gold Is not unlike
that of Helen of Troy Silo was stol
en from the Four Brothers In San
Francisco brought to New York by a
man who sought the protection of the
Ong Lccngs and finally murdered by
her original owners Tho feud spread
to Philadelphia Boston and other
cities and took on such an aspect
that even tho Chinese government
I through Its minister at Washington
I was moved to Intervene with tho
I hopes of having peace
The story as told by the police
here begins In San Francisco Bow
g ms price had been high in the
Orient and her owner has refused of
fers by the wholesale for nor See
ing she could not ho acquired by tho
ordinary methods Chlng Jlng adopt
ed strategic methods
Ho Informed one of the missions that
the girl was being held as a slave
Tho girl was taken into their custody
and ilnally turned over to Ching
Ling who made a pretence of marry
ing her With his prize he came to
New York whore ho became a mem
ber of tho Ong Leong Tong Then
suddenly ono August morning Bow
Gum was found In her bed murdered
A Tong succession of battles fol
I lowed first one Tong and then an
other scoring Its victims Tho feud
I spread to Brooklyn Philadelphia and
Boston and in each place there were
deaths According to tho police the
I number of slain is now almost even
ly balanced between the two fac
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