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I THE EVENING PAPER
IS THE PAPER OF TO WEATHER FORECAST
DAY THE MORNING t tU t THE I I
t t t INDICATIONS ARE THAT THE
WEATHER
PAPER OF YESTERDAY y I WILL BE FAIR TO
NIGHT
AND TOMORROW
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Fortieth Year No 168 Price Five Ctnta I
OGDEN CITY UTAH THURSDAY EVENING JULY 14 J910 Entered condCI
ao Second Glaus Matter at tho Po nf ir rii t
S
J MURDER Of
f A WOMAN
i
London Police Brought
to Light Another
Chariton Case
London July 14 Scotland Yard Is
engaged with the murder of nn Am
erican woman Dalle Elmore a vaiido
vilfc actress and today cabled the
i ollcc of the United States
equestlnb
the arrest of the womans husband
Jr Ilawley Harvey Crlppcn alno
nn
f American who is believed to have
saUed for New York on
Snttinlnv last
t Tho case is strllcingly
similar to
i
I that of the Chariton murdei at Lake
Com Italy
Dr Crippen who Is a dentist and
fifty years old has made his homo
for some time at 39 Hilldrop Cres
i
cent North London Some time ago
his wife Belle Elmore a vaudeville
I ctress and treasurer of the Music
3 Hall Artists guild disappeared and
subsequently notice of her death ap
peared In the local papels
The fact of her demise
was
gene
nUb credited but there was more
or less gossip and this finally reach
ed the ears of the police The latter
visited Dr Crippen and the interview I
appeared to be satisfactory
Saturday noon last Dr Crippen dis
appeared and since then the police
hove not been able to locate him
Yesterday a search of the Crippen
house was made and the battered
body of a woman was found burled in I
the cellar It had been
placed
In
quicklime and was burned beyond rec I
ognition but the finding of the body
with other discoveries today has loft I
no doubt In tho minds of the authori
ties that tho murdered woman was
Mrs Crippen
Sir Melville MacNaughton chief of
the criminal investigation department
of Scotland Yard took the matter In
J hand Idly and developments followed rap
Has Another Woman
The first thing the police did to
day was to cable to tho police of Am
erican ports asking them to search ijv
coming steamers for Crippen who
was described with the aliases of
Peter Crippen and Frank Crippen
The police believe he sailed on Sat
urday for the United States They
believe that ho is accompanied by Ella
Clara Leneve a French woman whom
Hp had recently introduced ns his
wife This woman is believed to be
dressed in male attire
Before leaving Hilldrop Crescent
GHppon sent out for a boys suIt and
this the police surmise Is now belhp
worn by his companion
The Indications point TO n coolly
planned murder Early in February
last a letter signed Belle Elmore
wap received by tho Vaudeville Ar
tists Guild stating that the wrltqr
had gone to America on business It
I was this letter which the police say
was intended cover up a crime that
as It turned out furnished an evi
dence of criminality Belle Elmore
epelled her name with one L
The discrepancy was noticed lnnd I
aroused suspicion among members of
the Guild and largely influenced them
determining to bring the woman
disappearance to the attention oLJQQ
authorities
Then the advertisement appeared
announcing that Belle Elmore had
died In Los Angeles An Investiga
tion was begun and the advertisement
fns found to have been untrue
It waS learned today that when the
officers visited Crippen they forced
him to admit that his wife had not
died in California He said thep aCt
fording to the officers that he and
his wife had quarreled and thaj folr
lowing the quarrel she disnpeared
The police refused to accept thfo oxr
0 jilanation because of the fact that I
the woman was found to havdMefl
her jewelry and money behind
Lived jji Salt Lake
Pursuing their inquiry the police
f discovered that Dr > JppentLadbeeii
J horn at ldwatcr TOcnlsan He wnB
educated in Indiana and 1ft Los Anr
J geles and adgpzrpI ted his medi
c cal studies In Michigan Cleveland and 1
I New York ctt > Ire practlc < Hu DXJ
r trolt San Diego cal Salt Lake city
St Louis and Brooklyn OB an eye and
f
of ar specialist At one time he man
age l a patent medicine business at r
Philadelphia and in Toronto Canada
f He married Belle Elmore as she wafl
I
I known on the stag in New York
The womans maiden name was Mack
rtrnotBkl The two came to Londpn
four YearS ago Mrs Crippen Is de
c Rcrfbed by acquaintances as about 35
years of age
I The steamer Lusitania sailed from
1 Liverpool on Saturday and from
Queeustown on Sunday She Is due at
New York some time
tonight The
Cedric also sailed from Liverpool
Saturday and theSt Paul sailed on
the same day from Southampton and
the
Minnctonka from London
Recently Dr Cilppen appeared In
public with Miss Lencvy who accord
ing to the police was Introduced
by
the doctor UK Mrs Crippen
Neighbors of the Crlppens
speak of
them as quiet folk who appenred to
he in prosperous
circumstances They
occupied a well furnished
and well
I
maintained semidetached hquse of 12
rooms They did not mingle with
their Immediate neighbors but from
the number of callers at their home
it was judged they had many friends
Waa In Vaudeville
Mrs CrlpPcII was well known In
vaudeville circles She attended tho
meetings of the Music Hall Artists
guild up to tho time of her disappear
ance last February
Miss Leneve was the doctors ste
nographer
Tho similarity in the fate of Hello
Elmore and of Mrs Chariton who
WCH recently murdered by her hus
band In Italy is most striking Both
women wore actresses who left their
American homes to meet death by vlo
j lence in foreign lands and in each
I case the police pursued tho American
husband to the shores of his native
I land Porter Chariton was arrested
at Hoboknn but in tho absence of ex
I tradition treaty between the United
States and Italy specifically providing
for the return to either country of a
eltiTXJn of the other country who has
committed a crime abroad may go
free In the Crippen case no such
complications are probable as the
BritishAmerican extradition treaty 1
leaves no hole by which a suspected
criminal may take advantage The 1
London police have made a definite
charge against Dr Crippeu and pro 1
pose to get him with the cooperation 1
of the American authorities I
It was reported later today that 1
Crippen had been seen in Kingsway
In thewest central portion of the city
this morning It appears that Mrs
Cilppon frequently had urged her hus
band to dismiss his typist Miss I
Leneve and that his refusal to dis
pense with the services of the woman
led often to hitter quarrels between
the doctor and his wife
I
GUNS SNk I I
rJWOJUNS1
Portuguese Warship
Punishs Chinese on
rCoowan Island
Hong Kong July 14The guns oC
the Portuguese gunboat Patrla today
demolished the Chinese fort on Colo
wan island Two junls loaded with
Chinese which were attempting to es
cape were sunk and their passengers
drowned
The tiOJble between the Portu
guese and Clnese on Cblowan Island
grqw out of an attempt of a force of
Portuguese soldiers to rescue several
Chinese students who were held In
captivity by pirates on the island
The pirates showed fight and were re j
inforced by natives from the Chinese
villages near by The governor of
Macao sent a bout to bombard the
pirate villages and forts
I
GIFFORD PINCHOT IN
CONFERENCE IN CHICAGO
Chicago July HGifford Plnchot
president of the National Conserva
tion congress and the congress ex
ecutive committee met here today to
consider some features of the tenta
tive rofram of the meeting in St
Paul Immediately on his arrival i
Mr Plnchat went Into a secret con j
ference with the members of the com j
II
mlttee I
Gov Eheihart of Minnesota was al I
so present It is understood that
sonia objection have been made to
e rtain features of the proposed pro
gram which are thought to have too
decided leanings toward the Pinchot
s deof PlnchotBalllnger contro
versy
CC QOQOOGOCOGOOGGC
O I C
O ALL TARIFFS 0
O ARE SUSPENDED 0
O c
O Washington July liThe In 0
G torstate Commerce couinils Q
O slot today announced its inteu 0
O 9 lion to suspend all tariffs 0
O naming general and important 0
O rate advances pending hives 0
O tlgatlon nto the reasonable O
O near of the proposed advances 0
O 0
OCOGGOQOQGCCOOOGQ
i
t T f
J League Baseball
i Ogden vs + Murray
at the
J
FAIR GROUNDS i
I
ii b Sunday i
J GAME WILL BE CALLED AT 3 P M I
j I
j GENERAL ADMISSION r t > > f V 25
GRAND STAND EXTRA l7Ji 1 i7 J Ja J 1
1
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f
I
PORTLAND
ASA flRE
I
I
Lives Lost Horses Burn
j ed to Death and Prop
erty Loss 300000
Poitluud Oio July ilAjl early
morning fire In the went central por
tions of the city just on the edge
of tho business section of the city
resulted in tholossof at least two
I llvca the Injur of several persons
the burning of 100 horses and a finan
cial damugQ of about 300000 The
lire is believed to have started In
the snleeioom of the Oregon Brush
ompaii
The burned dlutrict covered appiox
1 nnatoly ten acres but a large portion
I rf tills area was devoted to the ath
i letic field oftbe Multnomah Amateur
I Athletic club and savo for a magni
i I cent grandstand capable of seating
I 5000 people was practically unim
proved
I So far as known the dead are P
Pt Price foreman of tho United Car
Ing companys stables and a man
r whose name is supposed to be Prud
I It IB icportcd that several other men
I employes ot tho stable are missing
rhe fire started about 1 oclock this
irorning In the old exposition build
ing an Immense wooden structure
I on the south side of Washington
ctrcet extending from 10th street to
i JLOlh having a length of about 400
i cot and a depth of 220 feut Tho
building was ramshackle affair and
J burned like tinder 11be terrific heat
and sparks soon Ignited the build
I ings on the north side of Washington
I street a low wooden structure on the
cast sido of Chapman street and 10th
and the building and plant of the
I Mullnomah Amateur Athletic club all
of which were totally destroyed
i Several large apartment houses I
several reBldcmcoH and a number of I
stores on the north side of Washing I
ton street wore completely destroyed
It IB estimated that 1Jo persbns arc
temporarily homeless j
The exposition hui1dln was one of
the landmarks of lheolty It was
erected in 1T > by the Northern Pa
cific Industrial association for the
purpose of housing expositions and
afford the people of Portland nn au
ditorium When President Benjamin
Harrison visited Portland about 20
years ago ten thousand people gather
ed in the big auditorium to bid him
welcome >
Multnomah laId In addition to be
ing the site of some of tho most im
portant uthletlo contents onthe Pa
clilc const has In late years been
the scene of notable receptions to
men high In the councils the na
tion notablj President Taft apd Wil
liam Jennings Bryan
The losses are Exposition build I
Ing and its tenants 75DOO Multno
mah Amateur Athletlp cjub 75000
Angelfa hotel 358000 j Howltjnd ho j
tel 120000 George Bakqr thpatrlcal I
scenery 15000 Western Salvage I
company furniture 15000 George I
Otten florist 1GOOO residences and I
miscellaneous property psses 40
000 J
000That
That the lire wab confined as close
ly as it was Is due to the firefighting
abilities of a hundred sailors Detailed
from the gunboats Marblehopd and
Yorktown Rhlch are lying in the har
bor
But for the bluejackets the Glen
dora hotel would have heon destroyed
Flames broke out In the cupola of the
building A squadof Jacklos clImbed j
into the tower with hand chemicals
and extinguished tho blare The blue
jackets also performed excellent
police service and there was cQmpara
tivelj little looting t
n
SHIPPERS ARE rp I
SEEKI REPARATION
uLtujaJi isLti jHLl H 1 IvAx Ii
U I
Chicago July 11 Shippers in the
Missouri rher teriltory are preparl
ing to file with the Interstate com
merce commission reparation claims j
aggregating 600000 based upon the i
decision of the commission and of the
supreme court In the BurnhamHanna j
AIlinger rate cape
The claim will date back to Octo
I
her 10 1908 and tho shipper will
endeavor to collect the differences be I
tween the rntcj charged by the rail
roads and the rates which were pre I
scribed by the commission uqd the
courts Thc e differences amount to
from 0 cents per 100 pounds on first j
class commodities to 1 dent on the i
lowest class antI apply to all ship
ments that have been niade from all
territory east of Buffalo and Plttsburg
to tho Missouri river cities j
It Is admitted that Iho shippers
may meet defeat in the attempt to se
cure reparation as when the case was j
begun before the commissionropara1
tion was not reqlltttcIJ j
MINER KlLLED BY
INTENSEHEAT
1 I
San Bernardino Cql July tjJas
Monroe Slgnfuti wbo m ono time
counted his fortune by millions Is
dead at The Virginia Dale mining
camp Qn lhi San Hernnrduo dosrrt as
a result of the Intense heat Slzafus
Avas one of thp Interring mining pio
neers of the country anil made and
lost several r fprtunoH His biggest
stuke was irindo at Lonovllel Colo I
whore he wop pne pf UIQ owners of I
the Robert TLe IflflCFiC was con
sidered wclltodo at the time ot his
death
M S LISSlVjQEN GRANTED
A COMPLETE I DiyORCE
i
Chlcngo Jjly > 4 < rrrAftj3rla fight In
the courts of Cook county extending
II
=
over several months Mrs Jessie it
Van Vllssington wife of Peter Tan
Vllsslngton convlctejLof forging notcH
to the extent of i Cfp000 and now
serving n term In time stale peniten
tiary at Joliet was granted a com
plete divorce from perthUAbllnc1 yes
ttrday In the circuit CJourt The di
vorce was stubbornly contested by the
husbaifd through hl attorney who
immediately after the granting of the
divorce announced that the case
would bp taken to the appellate court
Mrs Van Vllsslngen by the terms
of time decree Is permitted to resume
her maiden name Jessien Blend
The divorce complaint was based on
the specific grounds that the husband
I had been convicted of the crime of
I forgery Tho action was contested on
the giound that MrsVan Vllsslngcn
knew oC her huBbands foVgerles be
I fore sho married him as she had been
his stenographer for veara before the
marriage Mrs V in Vllsalngcn
brought two witnesses who lostlfied
that Van Vllsalngeu had told them af
ter his confession that no one knew
anything about tho forgeries but him
self and that his wlfq1 know absolute
ly nothing about lila thefts
ALASKA AS
A FUTURE
I
Jacob Schiff Says It
Should Sustain
Millions
Dawson Y T July HJacob
Schiff nnd his party of eastern tour
I ists who are Inspecting Alaska left
I last night for Skagway whore they
I will embark on the private yacht Ra
mona for Cordova nnd Valdoz Mr
I Schlff and his guests expressed them
selves as delighted with the country
I
through which they passed between
Skagway and Dawson
Mr Schiff declared that this coun
try should become aR populous as the
productive parts of Norway Siberia
and Russia In the same latitude
which are now stistijhpng millions of
people He said the greatest need of
the Far North is transportation and
expressed the belief < Hhat a railway
from Edmonton AlberlA to the head
waters of the Yukon would furnish
the quickest method of transportation
necessary to si rapid devclcrpment of
the country
WORl 8A JRKElS
New York July HI11ere was Very I
little activity In the opening dealing
in stocks today and price changes
were correspondingly small Gains
were the rule extending to131 In Can
adian Pacflc and 58 In St Paul
A strong tone developed when mod
erate buying orders were executed In
the market leaders An Increased lei i
mand for the copper stocks also ex I
erted a slrcngthenluF sffect on tha
market After a rore or more of I
stocks had been advanced a point or
over the purchases began to slacken
and the fist became dull and uneasy
Northern Pacific rose 1 5S Union Pa
cific 1 3S Rendlucc and Missouri Pa
cific 111 St Paul Northwestern
Chesapeake Ohio Amalgamated
Copper Anaconda American Smelt I
ing and United Slates Steel 1 Sool
Line declined 2 11
I
The absence of selling pressure In
the stok market gave It the appear
alice of being oversold as Indicated
bj traders Effective demand ap i
mand appeared at any recession al
though there was occasional hesitation I
and great dullness on alvances I
Reading was carried above 147 I
Norfolk ft Western rose 1 11 Iowa
Central preferred 1 12 Consolidated
Gas2 14 United Railways and Invest
ment 2 12 and the preferred 3 12
Bonds were irregular
t
Chicago Livestock
Chicago July HCatU1Recelpts
estimated at 5000 market steady
Reeves 26360 Texas steers
< 4JOCCoO western steers SoOO J I
700 stockers and feoders 3061
575 cows and heifers 275GSO
calves t ROiS25
Hops Receipts estimated at 1C
00 market weak for light others
stead Light 800 925 mixed
3GO < > 925 heavy 8CO5S80 rougn
S20S40 good to chotco heavy
SI08 Sol pigs > SOO < ii92r bulk of
sales SSO355
Shpep Receipts estimated ut 16
000 market steady Native 265I
435 western 2504 yearllngs
1 10 < tf52fi lambs native 450
715 western 45057
Omaha Livestock
Omaha July lIClltlleReceipts
2000 market steady to stronger Na
tive steers I7hOOj cows and
heifers 325COO western steers
U30rfDG2n ranngo cows ad belfers
75 475 canners 25050
stockers and feeders 350575 I
calves 4005700 bulls stags etc
i uu > ioo
Hogs llecelpts 7500 strong to uc I
higher Heavy 58000 SS5 mixed
S3 200840 light irS30SG3 l > lgS
7GOSOO bulk of sales S15fS35
SheepReceipts S100 > steady to
easier nUJlng8 125ff500 weth
elS 50S > 440 ewes 2757l386
lambs G00 < gGSfi I
Chicago Produce > t I
Chicago Jiily 14B ttor Steady
Creameiies24 27cj dairies 32G
TiKisStend occlpts87rD iiit
mark cases Included 10C 14c Ursl1l
I5c prime flrsts 17c V
ChocscSwady dairies lo 14 P I
Ific tin9J o ru1Ia > c young Ameri
cas lVlSlCc long horns G a
1C l4c
Sugar and Coffee
NeW Yorl J lr 1LS3t rRA
1rllsndo 89 test iR0 centrltll at
Uti test lSli luyiuof o sugarSO test
XG5 RefinedSteady crushed 585
granulated 5515 j powdered 525 I
IBlOW TUA
I CLOSED EYE I
I Is Pointed Out by
Johnson in the
Moving Pictures
I Now York July HJack Johnson
I had an opportunity yesterday to see
juijt how cloverly and thoroughly he
I hiMiC James J Jeffries in the fight yr
I Reno Accompanied by his wife the
I heavyweight champion went to the I
i plant of the company in Flatbush
I where a special rclnbtion oi die jiic
Lires was made for Ls benefit
Johnson seemed well pleased with
the1 pictures 1 lIt his wife apparently
Welt a greater Inliircst in theta
Vhouever her husband landed a
punch on his opponent she gave a
chuckle of delight and patted the
champion on tho back At the begin
ning of tho second round Mrs John
tho
son asked her husband to point out
the blow that closed Jeffries right
ejc
ejcNow watch close when we break
from this clinch said Jack as tho
second round was being put on As
the fighters separated a black arm
I shot out and caught Jeffries on tho
oyeIt
It was a dandy remarked Mrs
Johnson as nhe agaIn patter the broad
I shoulders of her husband
I The champion had nothing to say
again until the tenth round was
reached then he said to those near
by
j Here is where he starts to go
away It ls most all over now
DISEASE gs
Y1ELDNG
I
J
Y ngMan Afflicted
With nalysis Aided
Hypnotism
XfC Yoik July HDr Alfred J
I Fox oPthis city believes that lie is
I curing Conrad Schaumberg of Infan
t tile paralysis disease which up to
now has regularly baffled physicians
The joctor has some reason for the
faith that Is in him too inasmuch 1
as Schaumuferg whose legs have been
I withered since he was a baby can I
now walk short distances without
I
crutches Not the least amazing CenI
I turq of the treatment Is that the doc
I tor iq wrtrking by hypnotic sugges
tion I
Schaumberg who is 27 years old
baa Buffered from paralysis since he
was a baby Many physicians had
pronounced his case incurable The
upper parts of his body Is powerful
and woll developed but his legs are
those of a chihl Up to six months
ago ho could not move them at all I
Y sterclay when he appeared for one
of his regular trqatments he entered
his physicians office on crutches but
Instead pf swinging himself along in I
S the old way he moved one leg ahead I
of the other He was placed on a bed
and thrown Into a hypnotic sleep I
Now said the doctor 1 will give
you a drink of the most exhlllratlng
nectar that ever man tasted It will
make you perfectly happy
S The doctor handed a glass of water
to his patient who sat up drank It I
with apparent relish and sank back
en the bed
The phyalcian then suggested to
Shcaumbcrg that this nectar was re
storing circulation and building up
he tissues of his legs that his legs
wore Its much in his control as any
part of hIs body The patient moved
his legs up down and sidewIse on
the bed This treatment was contin
ued for a time and then the man was
awakened
i HQ got up dressed walked about
the room without his crutches and de I
parted qslng hj crutches only to help
him throygh the hall
Ir Fox believes that In six months
he will have his patient walking as
well aa any one He says suggestions I
at first had no effect on Schaurnborr
rind there was no muscular movement
al all in hIs legs They were cold
dry and lifeless and measured but
six and a half Inches in circumfer
ence Nov the doctor says they meas
ure ten inchop have color and per
fjpiro I
EADAOIS3 S IS I
VORT 25000
San Francisco July 14Twenty
five housuud dollars is the cash equiv
alent of a ninemonths headache ac
cording to Charles E Baylor a local
nt arne who has brought suit
ogulnst the Southern Pacific railway
for that amount S
Naylor says that pomothing heavy
ho doca not know exactly what I
foil on hl8 head a year ago while rid
ing In a freight caboose and that for
tilqn months ha suffered scere pains
lii 1J s crnnlimi He claims that he
wn Incapacitated for business dam
ug fhat perkdnd that he spent 5
Q j llng a cure
<
TRAMP ARRESTED FOR 1
C S f TAKING A BATH
K
i Nf w castje Pa July 14 Martin f i
Walter trartin taking a bath was
thonamo pta prisoner and the charge j
Written qn the i1ottcr rat n ° lce head j i
quartom liuitvnlKhU Tho charge j i
1 nWapapermen S lo Nock an J j
Interview diirint which Walter said <
ThIs Is the ilrst time I have been
arrested I did not steal any of the
water not even a drop got in my
stomach S 5
Policeman Joseph Nolson who made
the arrest said he had found Waltet
with soap and towel scrubbing him
self In a public drinking fountain
Walter told Mayor tus1 thai he
liked to wash even If he was n tramp
and ho was promptly rcleasdd
CHEMISTS DISCUSS THE
SUBJECT OF SMELTER SMOKE
San Francisco July HThe nub
Ject of amelter smoke waft discussed
this morning by the division ot Indus
I trial chemists and chemical engineer
1 of the American Chemical society
Papers bearing on variouB rnethods of
eliminating the fumes wjhlch prove de
i structive to vegetation In the vicinity
of smelting plants were read by W C
S Ebaugh F C Cottroll Charles Bas
kervllle and Edmund ONclI and se
oral other members expressed their
views
Various technical topics were con
sidered at tho other division meetings
of the convention S
TURN OUT
RASCALS
That Is the Slogan of
the Democrats of
the South
Charlotte N C July HThe
North Carolina Democratic state con
vention was called to order at noon
i here today by AH Miller chairman
of the state committee who intro
S duced United States Senator Lee S
S Overman as temporary chairman
Chief interest in tbo convention
centers in the nomination for associ
ate Justice of the supreme c urt and
S of corporation commissioner
Chairman Overman in his address
I exclaimed
Down with Cannonjom Down with
S plutocracy Down wUh unlawful
trusts and combines chief bone
ficiarica of tariff legislation pur
chasers of elections debauchors of
the ballot Down with those who
would Mexlcanlzo thIs republic and
destroy the liberties of the people
Senator Overman in outlining the
Issues said
t
Back to the slogan of 1876 re
trenchment reforn riurn the ras
cals out Clcn ontthe AiijjjJjva sta
bles A new broom jjwetJpB clean
A tariff Carl revenue only BO adi
justiJd as to operate alkp upon ajl
classes all sections and all Indus
tries S 5
The Republican party would go into
the campaign Senatqr Overman de
clared not only badly discroUItefl but I
badly divided
A revolution of great import he S
said was going on in Its stronghold
The tolling millions tjila qoun
try are in open rebellion agoJnst this
party tried the senator This hits
been shown whereer thQre haG boon
an election since Mr Taft was elected
President The old Democratic party
was never so united aq It Is today
The Republican administrations
record was attacked hy the aqnatoCi
who declared that It had boon one of
bad faith broken proiqtses and higher
tariff The PayneAldrlch law he re
ferred to as the niot iniquitous In
the worlds history declared the pqb
lie had been buncoed by an upward
revision S S
The gret trusts and the Now plug
land Interest control Cannon dq
dared tho senator and they with
the President control clrparl In
congress A few men dictate legisla
tion In the interests pr the favorqd
few S <
coocooocoo OOOOO
c 4 50
O SALT LAKE POSTAL 0
O RECEIPTS DRjOP 0
0
O
O Washington Jtiy 14Uos 0
O tal receipts at fifty of the larg 0 i
O eat offices of tho UpUed States O
O during Juno Showed an in1 0
O crease of 9C7 lIe < cent over 0
The 0
O the same month last year
O receipts of June 1909 werq O
O 125S per cent greater than fjln O
1908 0
O Juno
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O fifty largest offices last mbnth 0
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O Only five of the fifty cities O
O reported a dccreosq in receipts 0
O as follows Seattle 4GO per 0
O cent St Paul 290 per cert 0
O Brooklyn 214 per cent Chat 0
O tanooga 156 por cont and 0
O Salt Lake City 134 per cent 0
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O Pitlsbuig July 14rA V 0 I
O Simon ono ofthe former ooun 0
C oilmen rounded up in tho 0 I
O prosecution of grafters last 0
O spring was sentenced by Judge 0 L1
OS James R MacFarl n In thlp I
O criminal court today1 cTserve O I
O eight months lnv jail Your 0
O months on each of twq convlc O
O tlous for accepting b r Ibes fOrO
O his voteand to ppy a fine of O
C 200 and costs 0 t
O Simon received 32f for his O C
O vote on the banlf depository 0
O ordinance and was one of those 0
O to whom wan paid the bargain O C
O rate of 8110 for lIaVolo on P
O a street ordinance AI appeal O
OS to the superioo qourt waif 0
O granted onn writ of super O C
O sodas and Simon was ullowfid < 0 >
O to renew his bonds pending 6 f C
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PROMOTERS
IN MALAYSiA 5
How Boomers have
Drawn Money Into
S Rubber Lands
Washington July HIn reporting
to this government on opportunities In
Malaysia for rubher growing enter
prices Consul General James T Du
hors at Singapore cited ail Instance
to show how the Investing public Is
sometimes taken In In the exploita
tion of the rubber Industry there
An estate was sold to promoters
for 150000 The syndicate got an
old planter who knew the estate to
put a flotation value on It He named
250000 The promoters were not S >
isfied Another expert examined ard
reported Ills price was 350000
British and American gold was pour
Into the country and the gctrlch
quick spirit was born Another ex
pert wad called In He was told of
the valuations and that they were un
satisfactory He valued the estate at
500000 Just at this time rubber
took a big Jump In the London and
Now York markets and another
ex
S pert was asked to report and he plac
ed the flotation price at 750000 and
S the syndicate In order to have It Jo
round numbers made it an een 800
000 and floated it at this price Peo
ple fought for the stock the share
issue was oversubscribed and many
of them immediately Bold at a good
advance All this was done within a
few months without the slightest im
S provement on the property except the
natural growth of the few hundred
acres of para plants which had re
S cently been planted
Trained white supervisor on he
rubber estates are in demand the con I
sul general reports and there is a
S scarcity of labor and consequent high
wages
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TRILLED BY
UNKNOWN
Chief of Police of Cljn
ton Illinois Shot by
f y a Thief
Clinton Ills July HChief of Po
lice John Struble was shot about
midnight by an unknown man and
died in a short time Struble aud Po
llceman Masser were watching at the
home of Albert Sandt manager of
the Electric company where for three
nights the refrigerator on an en
closed porch had been broken into
and articles taken The thief re
turned last night and the officers
seized him In the scuffle he shot
Struble and escaped Musser shot at
him several times but did not hit him
Bloodhounds were on the scent In an
hour but the murderer has not been
found It Is believed he lives In
Clfnton Struble had been chief of
police fifteen months
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WOMAN DISCLOSES
HER WEAKNESS
S St Louis July HGeorge Harvey
a farmer will recover 2250 outofi
250 which he brought to St Louis
wrapped In a salt sack and pinned to
a trouser leg last Saturday Ho lost
it while walking alone the streets and
his unique safe depository indirect
ly leaves him short exactly lt00
The report of Mrs Mattle Rich df
550 South Broadway yesterday that
during daylight robbers had taken 52
400 from hero room at the point of
revolvers led to the r4coverY
After she had related the story Qt
the robbery with a wealth of detail
detectives found the money Ina draw I
er of her dresser She was arrested
and at police headquarters confessed
that she had found tho money near
where Harvoj lost it She admitted
She gave part of the money to her I
friends but did not account for the
remainder Harvey offered JOO re
ward for the recovery of his money
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O NORWEGIAN WILL 0
O RENOUNCE CITIZENSHIPO
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g Chicago July 14 TheTcall O
o of the Fatherland has come O I
o to P Herman Gade Norwegian 0 I
o consul at Chicago 0
o lie will renounce lUzcnO I
O ship in the United States and 0
O wyi return to Norway to be 0
O come adviser to King Hoakon O
Q It was announced today 0
O Mr Gade came to America 0
0 eighteen years ago and for ten 0 I
O years has practiced law In this 0
C city Ho was graduated at O
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dress becoming ignited by u 0 I
lighted candle which she was 0
i trying to take from her grand 0 1
mother Mrs J C Hawvor Q I S
wife of a wellknown Reo IOSlsttO I
was burned to death at her 0
home yesterday afternoon g
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