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THE EVENING PAPER
WEATHER FORECAST
IS THE PAPER OF TO
DAY THE MORNING 0 g t I t I 1t t THE WEATHER INDICATIONS WILL ARE BE THAT FAIR THE TONIGHT 1
PAPER OF YESTERDAY f 0 I
NIGHT AND TOMORROW
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Fortieth YearNo 162 Price Five Cents j
OGDEN CITY UTAH THURSDAY > EVENING JULY 7 J9JO Entered as Second CInes Matter at the Poatofflce Ogden Utah I
IINSURGfNTS
AND TEDDY
Beveridge and Others I
at Sagamore Hill for i
a Conference
Oyster Bay KY July 7Pollllcs
S In the central west Is likely to be dls 1
cusscd at a conference today at Sag I
moro Hill Dudley Ioulke of In
diana Is hero having come down j
from New York last night Mr I
Foulke was a civil service comniis
ionor bj appointment of Mr Roose
veil and on several occasions when
the then President wish to make a
public statement of a political nature
he did FO by writing an open letter
to Mr Foulke
Another Indianan Senator fever
IdK was expected today Several
Insurgents from the central west are
considered probable visitors at Saga
I more 11111 today
L A delegation of visitors to Col
Roosevelt arrived I front Now York
on the noon train There were In
the party United States Sealors Car
ter of Montana and Bcvoridge of In
diana John Bass war correspondent
and his brother Roucrt Winston
t Churchill novelist and James R
Shilfleld Robert Bass Is an In
t surgent candidate for the Republican
nomination for governor of Now I
S Hampshire He and Mr Churchill
I are to lay the situation In New Hamp
J shire before Col Roosevelt In an en
deavor to gain his sympathy and jf
pebble his support in their con
ic t
tThe
f t The members of the visiting party
I I had little to say except they were f
hoping to have a Pleasant talk with
i the colonel I
i We cant say anything now Sen
t ator Beverldgo said When wo got
i back from Fagamore Hill we may
have something to tell you
i
Newell Secc Roooevolt
i Washington Juy 7 Frederick
H Newell director of the Reclama
11 tion service whoso differences with
Secretary of the Interior BaJHuger I
have created gonora comment re I
turned to Washington from New York I
where It Is understood he talked
with former President Roosevelt
The reticence oftho doctor lends col
or to the report Chat one of the Ob
fets of his trip was to consult will
the President I
Mr Newell shill he hud conferred
In Baltimore anU cjAs Yorl with B
N Baker president of the second Na
tional Conservation congress which
will be hold In SL mum September
G to 9 Tho purpose of their meet
fug had boon to dscubB plans for
Uio convention
The program he said would lie sub
mitted to both President Taftand j
former President Roosevelt for their
I
approval Tho congress he addud
would be as simple and direct as j
possible The speocnes would em
phasize the fact that the conaerva
tlon policy wan not for the purpose
of holding back anything from the
present generation but was designed
for the utilization of the resources
today without destro > ng their fiitura
utilization
0
IA TRIPLE I
TRAGEDY
Woman Shoots Husband
and Daughter and
Poisons Herself
Oilcago July 7Mrs Henry Mul
saw goaded to desperation by the al
It leged brutality and unfalthfiilncBS Of
Llier husband a stroot car conductor
lrda shot and fatally wounded the
hitter and their throoyearold daugh
Ur and thon killed horaelf by taking
Carbolic acid
I Mrs Mulsaw plnnncd her net care
I fully She borrowed a revolver from I
her father explaining that sho need 1
fd It for protection when her husband
was away at night Sho had been a
good and faithful wife she said but
that Mulsaw spout his spare time
with other women and often bent her
MulBiTv Is alleged to hnv been
wIth another woman until 4 oclock I
hlz morning when he returned 10 his
Iiome According to the police ho
ban abu lng his wife and she shot
him In t ho abdomen Ho fell to the
floor anl she sent another bullet Into
the hotly of her daughter She then
cook the poison
LIBERIA GOOD f s
fj FOR SUGAR CANE
uouintl July iChnrJo dAf
11
ulrij Gorge W Ellis at Monrovia
linn reported to the departmem ot
comnurco and labor that Liberia pre
Sents an alluring prospect for t8fe I61
f Ohr growing Industry Sugar cuIn
Ii flnurlshe along tho St Paul CIWnll11
n id oihyr rlvjra in Liberia a ndldn
thplr l > ank ntt thousand of ncro
tnnl could bo utilized fjr > rowlu > ho
t r 118
Cnuf frou 20 to Xo foot in length
f nnIlv IK eon In the coimtfyV
Capital Is needed to provide suitriblS
acliintT uy for preparing the soil nuLl
I Icr Introduction of modern niftthoda
I of culture
YOUNG ROOSEVELT COULD
I NOT FOOL THE CROWD
> s uia Birhnra C JP July 7 Jfllh4
hpc < bat they might orfcapo being thq
1
I
I cynosure of all eyes Theodore Roose
velt Jr and his bride passing thor
I honeymoon here yesterday drove In
from Moateclto In an old buckboard
to which Was hitched a scrawny old
j horse
I But It did not work and quite a
I crowd collected while young Theodore
hnld they reins during the time his
I wife made the purchases
One rather amusing Incident
was
I that Mrs Roosevelt ran out of mon
I y and ras compelled to hold up
her husband while the curious gazed
I on Ho underwent this ordeal mair
nlflccntly
I UNION CARPENTERS
ARE LOCKED OUT
Des Moines la July 7Four hun
dred union carpenters were locked
out by the Master Builders associa
tion of Des Moines today because the
carpenters refused to work with non
union structural Iron workers All
building contracts of the city are
tried up Other affiliated unions will
not strike unless tno master build
ers employ nonunion carpenters they
say
MRS YOUNG
VNS OUT
Defeats Colorado Man
for the Head of Edu
cational Association
Boston July 7Mrs Ella Flagg
Young of Chicago defeated Z X
Snyder principal of the Colorado
State Normal school for president
of the National Educational associa
tion today by a vote og 367 to 31C
tho question being on the substitution
of Mrs Youngs nainu ror Mr Snyders
In tho report of the committee on
nominations
i WORLDS MARKETS
STOCKS ARE FLUCTUATING
p WITH TENDENCY DOWNWARD
p I I
p r
Now York July 7The stock mar
ket started today with small dealings
and narrow and Jrre 1iLr price chang
es but tho courseof54rl < Ms turned
downward after the opening Rock
Island preferred and Western Union
foil 1 14 Hock Island and Denver
lllo Grande preferred and Union
Pacific Reading Canadian Pacific
and Anaconda large fractions Con
solidated Gas rose one
The market made an abrupt turn
after the early sag so that In a few
minutes sharp losses were turned In
to equally sharp gains Rallies from
the low prices ran to 2 3S In Read
ing and 2 In Union Pacific Over
night advanced of a point or more
wore made by many of the most act
ive stocks
The level of prices was well main
tained Confirmation of yesterdays
reports of gold secured In London
for shipment to Now York was a
strengthening influence Hocking
Valley rose 5 on a few transactions
amj Sloss Sheffield Steel 2 12 Head
Ing fell oil over a point at noon with
effect on the general tone
Chicago Livectock
Chicago July 7 Cattle Receipts
estimated at 10000 market lower
Beovea 5r5aSGO Texas steers 425
uGC5 western steers 52Ga725
slockers and feeders 370a575
cows and heifers 2SGaG90 caves
G2ia82G
Hogs Receipts estimated at 15
000 market lOc lower Light 920
QUO mixed 905aOiO heavy S70a
fl2fi rough S70a900 good to
choice heavy 900a925 pigs 915a
PG5 bulk of sales 900a925
Shocp Receipts estimated at 18
I 000 market 10 to 15c lower Native
300al7r wostorn 300aiGO yearl
f ings l90a575 lambs native 485
S25 western 500a800
I
I Omoha Livestock
I Omaha July 7CattleHecelpts
I estimated at 3700 market for beeves
lOc lower others study Native
J ulcers 560aS15 cOW and heifers
355a615 western steers 400a600
cows and heifers 3oOaill5 canners
I 27oa3rO stockers and feeders 305a
1 60S calves 300aG75 bulls stags
etci S2Gal75
HogsReceIpts 7500 market lOa
lo lower Heavy SGOaS70 mixed
S70aSS5 light 86a900 bulk of sales
Sbfjt8S0
Sheun Receipts G700 market
steady Yearlings 500aS50 wothers
J25a650 ewes I00a424 lambs LOOn
775
1
i
I Chicago Producc
Chicago July iDutter stead
croamerlos 24 l2a27 12 dairies 23a
I 26
26EgBfr Steady receipts 25718
caaoa IncJmJcd 1irtltf firsts 1C
I prIm firsts 17 12
I Chaofi Steady daisies 15 l2a3l
twins 1514 young Americas 15 3ta
1C long horns 16 8talC
Sugar nod Coffee
N4ss york Juply iSugarRuw
firm muscovado S8 teat 343 cen
I trifugal 86 test 423 moltuuos su
gar 89 test 35S Refined quet
Crushed 55S5 granulated 6 Hi
p 952 6
COPFI5E Spot quiet No 7 Rio
S 118 No 4 Santos 9 3S
Metal Market
K w Ybrk July 7Lelul quiet
spQt4SJst46 N v York copnw
j5WHlard spot and Sept tUJSQ
SiSUJoI Silver 51 l2c
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H
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CONDEMNED
II He Is to Serve Ten
Days in Island
Penitentiary
New York July 7Arthur P
Hclnze sentenced to serve ten days
on Blackwells Island for obstructing
the administration of Justice In the
I case of tho United Copper company
proceedings Is rathor severely hand
led In the decision ot tne circuit court
of appeals affirming his conviction
The decision which was announced
on Tuesday has Just been made pub
lic It says I
The testimony not objected to and I
not contradicted shows beyond the
slightest doubt that the defendant
sent Tracy Buckingham wanted as a
witness befpre the federal grand jury
out of the country and furnished him
with money to go out and stay out
and In the most flagrant manner at
tempted to obstruct and Impede and
had obstructed and Impeded the ad
ministration of justice of the circuit
court of the United States The sen
tence that the trial court saw fit to
Impose does not indicate the serious
nature of tho offense
Counsel for Hclnze will apply with
in a few days for a stay of the is
suance of the mandate of the circuit
court pending appeal to tho United
States supreme court The mandate
will be filed within len days after
the filing of the courts decision and
unless a stay shall have been grant
ed by that time Hclnze will have to
begin to serve his prison sentence
I
AMERICAN COAL IN BRAZIL I
Washington July 7 Imports of
American coal Into Brazil during 1919
will be larger than ever before ac
cording to statistics furnished by Con
sul General Georgo E Anderson at
Rio de Janeiro This wqs due chiefly
to a threatened strike ot the coal
minors at Wales
The United States imports lo Bra I
zil amounted In 1909 lo S23SG15 as j
compared to 19015 In IPOS and Con1
Gill General Anderson ropers that the j
coal trade to Brazil could bo extend
ed to American exporters willing to
spend considerable money to establish I
conditions whereby coal could be ship
ped In large quantities lij competition
with Welsh coal on thq oamo basis
with latter
WALNUTS FOR BULLS
Washington July iTho piece do
resistance in the diet of fighting bulls I
in Mexico is the English walnut Con I
sul General Arnold Shanklln bas re
ported to this government that many
Spanish ships omo to Mexican ports
bringing loads of English walnuts
from Bllhac and Santandor which are
sent via Mexico City to ranches ex
clusively for feeding fine fighting
bulls The largest buyeris the Mex
ico City Bull association which keeps
from forty to fifty bulls
ITO
NOOCCASON
TO REJO CEi
T I
Negro Prize Fight
Whipped a Wornoul
Dissipated Fighter
I
Jefferson City Mo July 7Goy
Radio offered a reward 300 today
for the arrest and conviction of every
person who engaged In the lynching
I of the two negroes nt Charleston
last Sunday He said there was no
excuse for the lynching as he had
not commuted a sentence of any per
son convicted of a capital crime I
In an Interview the governor
warned negroes that tile must not
start race riots on account of the
JeffriesJohnson fight
I Negroes have no occasion to feel
any satisfaction over tho result of
I the light said Governor Hadlcy
Its only significance IB that a ne
I gro prize fighter whipped a wqrnout
I white prize fighter who hnd impaired
I his constitution by idleness and dis
I sipation
I Jeffries no more represented t the
white race than does Johnson repre
I
sent such mon as Booker T Wash
ington or Prof Dubois While I prom
ise to do all that I can to protect
the negroes In their rights and to
prevent and punish acts of vIolence
against them tho negroes nwst un
derstand that only by their own con
duct can they secure the resnoct of
the people I i
STALW 4RT PAYNE I I
I
I IS FULL OF HOPE I 1
I 1
Auburn N yJuly Representa I
tive Soreuo R Paypo chairman of
tho house ways and mean committee
Is camlidntp for roeloctlon con
gross In an interview announcing
his candidacy Mr Payne Bald last
night S i
001 expect lqhC a candidate for ro
oloctlon and 1 shall take active pttrt
adtho campRlgnr both In New York
and eU > owJ > r b l have been Invited
lip thrf congr < 8slonal cominiUoe and
by3thO5XtU Qdnunlftoft and wll givu I
them nll tho jlrqe I can1
He declined tnnay mat congress1
J mon ha wa golrig latUd rind In reply
a tothe sp clfl < r quo Loc whether ho I
4 t p 1
c
i
was going to help Mr Lodge ho mere I
Iv smiled andkfHlmlttodutnat he had I
spoken In Massachusetts on other occasions
S S
casions
I expect lo go wherever they send
me he added f
To tho question Whether the tariff
would be the issue fie answered
Yes the tariff and tho good work
done in congress wIl undoubtedly he
the issues everywhere and In this
stat will overshadow state Issues in
my judgment
Presdent Taft ilr Payne went
on Is to lie congratulated for the
general resultR of the first sixteen
months of his administration He has
achieved more in that pfcrlod than any
president previously As the country
gets hold of the fact relative to the
tariff they are more Inclined to ac
cept his first statement that it was
the best tariff law ever enacted
There has been a wonderful
change of sentment in regard to the
legislation of congress In January
our opponents were engaged In ap
pointing the committees for next con
gress in March they were contem
plating who should be their choice for
speaker In July when Congress ad
journed they were wondering whether
after all the next congress might bo
Republican
Paris July 7A general railroad
strike here Is threatened The men
who demanded an Increase in wages
and other amfJIor tlons have already
voted to strike in principle pending
the result of the negotiations with the
companies
I CANNON IS I
A fiGHTER
He Will Invade the
I
I Heart of Insurgent
Territory
I
Chicago July 7A special from
Washington says
Invigorated and bronzed by his ex
cursion to Fishermans Island In
Chesapeake Bay Speaker Joseph G
I Cannon Is In Washington flnlshins
up odds and ends prior to his depar I
ture for Danville
I Mr Cannon will remain only a few
days In Danville this time for ho I
j contemplates a raid Into the heart of
the Insurgent territory It Is his pur
pose to go to Wlnfleld Kan and
there speak In behalf of the renom
ination of Representative Philip
Campbell one of tho standpat con
gressmen
Uncle Joe will then return to his
district take an automobile and make
a house to house canvass He In
sists that there Is not any danger
I
h
Notice to Walel Takers
The City Water will be shut off from the entire City Saturday
night at 10 oclock July 9 1910 for the purpose of making the
necessary codnu ildnH at Ue new reservoir and will probably bo
off for several hours possibly until 10 oclock Sunday morning
Water xumsijjmen arc requested to prepare for a supply of water
in advance and aYe fl Too cautioned against the possible danger of
collapse of hot Jwa boilers
I
0 H KIROHER Supt Waterworks
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GOLD BARS
FOR 10PT
Eastern Banks Forced
to Meet Western I
Demands j
New York July 7The gold Im
portation movement of 1910 had Its
Inception today with the engagement
of 1750000 In gold bars in London
by Lazard Freres for Import to the I
United States Imports of gold were
for casted by the demands made on
New York institutions by western
banks for funds tofinance laud pur
chases in the west Local bankers
have recently sold large amounts of
American securities abroad and now
are availing themselves of these cred I
its to strengthen their own position
by Importing gold I
London July American and con
tinental InquirIes for gold have ef
fectually barred all prospect of an
immediate reduction In the bank rate
Tho directors of the Bank of England
this mornlns decided to maintain the
three per cent rate although dealing I
on that basis at the present rate of
exchange represents a loss I
The engagement of 2010000 of
Cape gold for eGrmany reported this j
morning Is generally cepted as cor I
rect and the recent releasing of bonds
here should enable New York to take I
considerable gold i
There soon will be 53500000 avail
able in the open market and at least
a portion Is expected to be purchased
for New York
BASEBALL PLAYER I
S NOT DISCIPLINED
Plttsburg Pa July President
Thomas J Lynch of the National
league has turned down Barney Drey
fuss and the Plttsburg club on Its
demand that Johnny Eers of the
Cubs be disciplined for his alleged
unbecoming conduct on the field dur
ing the game in Plttsburg on June 25
Dreyfuss has received a letter from
the league chief stating that Lynch
had referred the matter to the Chi
cago management and that Pittsburg
would have no further trouble with
Chicago players while in Pttsburg I
It was claimed that when the Cubs
were losing tho game Evers used I
rough language In the hearing of wom
en in the stands Dreyfuss filed the
charges against Evers but It is un
derstood that tho latter had a good
defense In that ho had been goaded
to his remarks by Insults from the
stands
PRESIDENT WILL EXTEND
HIS VACATION PERIOD I
Beverly Mass IIII 7 President 1
Taft la going to extend the ton days
vacation which he begai yesterday
by taking a ton dnys cruise on the
Yncht Mayflower bceinnlng July 18
Tho presidentspresent vacation Is
not up until July 1C so this will
leave only Sundajvlho 17th Intervening I
Accompanied bp the members of
I his Immediate family by his brother
I Horace D ThZI antI by as many
trIvIu 0 + thn jfmltcd quarters of tho
Mayflower will accommodate the
riifeiueut will rfllup tJJf north coast
He will stop for arjla > or two sit Bar r
S Harbor aol ma nlroji in at several j
other resort ail djA > onu Of interest t
Tho golf st1ckWI1i H carneJ j
along and when uOY an attractive1
looking set of jjfcolw appears on I
A oj 3 t S
the horizon the Mayflower will an
chor forthwith
Commander Snow Dennis Is in
command of the Mayflower Tho lit
tle Sylph may trail along In the wake
of the Mayflower but bI6 has not
been determined S
HEAVY SHIPMENTS OF IRON
i
S FROM LAKE SUPERIOR I
Washington July 7More iron ore
was shipped from Lake Superior III
1009 than over before in a single year
The quantity according to at report I
just Issued bV the United States ge
ological survey was 42504110 Hong
tons Most of this ore was consum
ed In eastern Ohio and western Penn
sylvania Nearly 36000000 tons of
ore passed through the Sault Ste
Marie canal and through Lakes Michi I
gan mid Huron in 1909 The Lake
Superior ore represented about SO per
cent of tho total Iron ore production
of the UpKed States
FUNCE HAS H R 1
r UCISIN ARMY I
I
New York July 7Harry Lewis
the welterweight championship claim
ant Is back In town after a stay of
several wee1is In Paris Lewis de 1
clares he Intends to so out for the j
middleweight title and says he will
challenge Stanley Ketchel and Billy i
Paplce Immediately Lewis Is nlo an i
xious he declared to meet Willie f
Lewis as soon as possible He says
that he heat the latter in the twenty
round fight In Paris which the referee
I
decided a draw Lewis has taken on
weight and thinks he will be able to I
defeat anybody who will make 158
pounds ringside j
I
There IB a lot or good material
among Frenchmen for tno develop I
ment of the light game said Lewis
but the general trouble on the con
tinent Is the fact that as soon as a
man has reached a fit state of develop I
gloat he must enter tile army That
was tho case with Adrian Hogan I
took Hbgan In hand some time ago
and taught him enough points about
the panic to make him the champion
of France although he is only a wel
lerwelKht But next October he must j
enter tho army
TWENTY STORIES
TO COST MILLIONS
Chicago July Organization of a
holding company to build and main
tain a 5000100 home for the board
of trade on the site of tho hoard of
trades present building Jackson
Bpulevard and La Salle street will b9
recommended to the members of the
board at a special meeting tomorrow
by tho committee appointed last Aug
ust to solve the boards building prob
lem This moans that the present
hoard of trade building Will bo replac
ed In a few years by one of tho finest
businosH structures in the city
The building Isto be twenty stories
high and Is to cost approximately
15000000
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that he Will not be reuoininntod and 1
reelected j
The speaker was asked today If he
would ho a candidate apafn for tho
speakershlp His eyes twinkled as he
recalled the famous recipe or rabbit
potpie first catch your rabbit In
other words the house must be Re
publican before any thought of can
didates can arise
LIGHTNING RODS ON
THE WHITE HOUSE
I
Washington July Lightning
rods are being raised over the White
House It Is by government decree
that the executive mansion is being
equipped with apparatus to protect It
from electric onslaughts und during
the absence of President Taft from
Washington the equipment is being
installed The rods are being placed
on each of the twelve chimneys
above the mansion roof and points to
arrest the lightning will bo placed
at Intervals of live feet along a cablo
which runs around tho < parapet No
lightning rods however aro to b <
raised over the executive ofllces ad
joining the mansion
JOHNSON S
IN CCAGO
Police Take Precautions
to Prevent Any
Disorders
S
Chicago July 7When Jack John
son returns to his home here this af
ternoon there will bo no disorder if
the police can prevent Jt Chief Stew
art will have a scoreqr more police
men at the rallfdad station and In
the neighborhood oT tins home at 33 H
Wabaah avetiueuh er the champions
mammy awaJ E 1ltn
Although the authorities Vol11not
allowK regularly organized parade
thore AVIlC > ifc jf Imposing string of
automohilcs behind Johnsons ma
chine whjJn Jje 4t aveSihtftralnfor his
residence Crosdlnjj nollcomen may
spoil Uio effect ot the cavalcade for
It is iiai1e4be split several times
lq Allow tje passage of crossstreet
traffic
5
S Although some of the loatHime has
Ueen made up by Johnsona trninW
yas stated at the ChIcagpQ North
wesfern railroad olflcec that tho cham
pion probably would tirrlve an hour
later or at 2 oclock
At his home the Eighth regiment
band 1 N G colored will serenade
him following which he is expected
to hold a reception
Chicago July iA welcome such
as no other negro of modern times
ever received was accorded Jack
Johnson when he returned to his homo
here today A IU K < crowd of negroes
met him at tho train cheering lus
tily His ride to hs Homo through
the black belt was an ovation Tho
fistic champion grinned with delight
Theres the boy that brought the
bacon home shouted one
Oh you llou tamer shouted an
other
The big negro shooc hands with
those nearest him at tho station as
ho elbowed his way to the street and
entered an automobile grinning his
auriferous grin the wille >
Thirty or more machines loaded
with enthusiasts foil in behind The
police found little to Go savo to hold
a passage for the fighter
At his home the Elguth regiment
band played The conquering Hero
Hhe champions mother stood In
the doorway tears coursing down her
cheeks
Hello mammy shouted hcr son
Her arms were mrown about his
neck and they entered the house to
gcther
5 v
OPIUM FACTORY IS
RAIDED IN ST LOUIS
I
SU Louis July iAn alleged opium
factory was raided here oarly today
and Its ownor Joe Sing Chinaman
Is being held by federal revenue of
ficers Tho officers say the factory
was running full blast when they en
tered
j
Wishing we had done different does
not rectify a mistake
fiGHTING IN 11
FORMOSA I
j
Japanese Troops Surrounded <
1
rounded and Suffer
Heavy Losses
Victoria B C July iHeay fight
ing has occurred In
Formosa in coin
nectlon with Japans little war with
Formosan natives near Gulran On
June 15th a number of native bands
combined and surrounded the Japan
eso troops who extricated themsolvea
t
with a loss of C2 killed and wounded i
Three battalions of Infantry and a
battery of artillery were hurried to j I
tho scene from Talpeh and tho natives
wore dispersed with much loss tho I
casualties on the Japanese side total t
ing 78 In killed und wounded
J
ill
SHADE TREES OF
WASHINGTON ATTACKED
j
Washington July 7Shade trod
of Washington famed for their num II
her and beauty fire undergoing an I
attack from a horde of caterpillars i
The trees arc being stripped of their I
foliage rapidly So numerous arc UK
pests knit they have baffled the care
takers effort to cope with thorn
Property owners have Joined In the nt
tempt to repel the Invaders but II
seems that there Is little chance to
prevail against them Some fear for
tho vary lives of the t rees is OXJl r
ienced
UPINTHE
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Betlmany Plain Hhoims July 7
M Olieslagers today broke tho dura
tion record nt tho nviatJon Tnoct now 1
in progress here He remained In the
air for three hours and fortyfive sec
onds and cruised a distance ot 155
miles
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RECALLS FAMOUS TREATY
WITH THE INDIANS
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Bloomington I1lJuly 7Near
here on July 18 1705 Colonel George
Gcoghan deputy superintendent of In
dian affairs for the British govern
ment made a preliminary treaty of
peace with Pontiac chief of the Ot
Lawns and leader of the groat Indian
confederacy By the terms of this
agreement the allegiance of tho In
dians was transferred from the
French to the English thus securing
the eastern Mississippi valley for
AngloSaxon civilization S
A metal tablet bearing the fore
going will be placed shortly upon a
monument o be erected In Edgar
county Colonel Geoghan met Chief
Pqntiac In a place known as Hickory
Grove and arranged tho preliminaries
of the great treaty Tho officer and
chief with their followers then Jour
neyed together Detroit where other
influential Indian chiefs ratified tho
treaty S
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DALZELLBLACK CONTEST
CASE AND THE COURTS i
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Pittsburgh July 7 Judge JosIah i
Cqhen who Issued the original Injunc I
thou against a recount of the Dalzell 1
Black contest for the Republican con
gressional nomination today filed a r
statement that his Injunction c1o s
not restrain the Black supporters
from filing now petitions for a re
count
The ruling it Is believed may
open the way for Robert W Black to
obtain a recount S
BALL 1
BASE BALL
NEXT SATURDAY S
July 9th 1910 at 3 oClockS
Ogden Fair Grounds
MURRAY X
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OGDEN <
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WILL CROSS BAT It will be very interesting I
Ladies and all children under 12 will be admitted FREE j
NEXT SATURDAY both at the gate and grandstand t i
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