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1 OGDEN CITY UTAH MONDAY EVENING JULY 18 1910 Entered as Second Claa Matter at ifo Pontofflcc Ogden lh
J BALLINGER
EXONERATED
But There Will Be a
Minority Report to
Condemn Him
Chicago July IS According to a
special story in the Chicago Tribune
today under a Washington date line
Secretary Richard A Bnllinger will
be exonerated by a majority report
of tho Joint congressional commit
tee which for live months has been
making on exhaustive investigation of
the conduct of nffalrs of the depart
ment of the Interior and of the bureau
of forestry of the department of ag
riculture
The investigators who concur in
the majority report which carried a
condemnation of tho course of former
Chief Forester Pinchot Jas R Gar
field and Louis Claris according to the
Tribune story are Senators Nelson
Flint Sutherland and Root and Rep
resentatives McCall Denby and Olm
stoad
It also Is declared that a minority
report will he filed declaring Secre
tary Ballinger guilty of the charges
made against him to which the signa
tures of Senators Pucell and Fletch
er and Representatives Madison
James and Graham will bo attached
If is asserted that the majority re
port was drafted hy Senator Nelson
and that of the minority by Represen
tative James and in addition Repre
sentative Madison has written his
own opinion of the affair although
he will sign the minority report
The majority report is said to find
Secretary Ballinger acted within the
record and displayed proper Judg
ment with respect to the Cunningham
oal lands that he was wise honest
and conservative In his actions and
that he was Justified in his criticism
of tho reclamation service and in his
abandonment of the policy of of Sec
retary James R Garfield
The minority report It Is assorted
will conflict In almost every partie
ulai with the finding of the major
ity of the commission
JOY RIDE ENDS
DISASTROUSLY
Chicago July IS A Joy ride ina
stolen automobile ended disastrously I
yesterday for half a dozen men and
women When the machine ran Wo a
bridge crossing a branch of the drain
age canal at Thirtyfirst street and
Marshal boulevard I
A second automobile following thq
first Is believed to have taken tho
injured from the scene of the accident
to a place where medical assistance
could be given No report was mndo
to the police
The machine the 1 > property John
H Qninlan of Evanston was demol
ished indicating that tho occupants
wrc riding at high speed when the
car swerved into the bridge Th J
machinery was tangled into a knot of
twisted pipes and the wooden part of
the tonneau was splintered into kin
dling wood
WEALTHY WOMAN IS
AIDING SICK BABIES
New York July 15Mrs Richar
Aldrich a wealthy resident of River
side Drive has converted her home
on New Yorks most exclusive boulo
yard into a summer hospital for the
sic babies of the poor and has In
stalled her own physician as adviser
iacblef
A guild of deaconesses is In charge
of the work About twenty children
are now being cared for and the nuns
her will shortly be increased As tho
rollouts convalence they are to bq
taken to Mrs Aldrichs country place
f
In Duchess county for the complete
restoration their health
VANCOUVER PLAYERS
ARE IN DEMAND
SeattleWash July IS Manager
I Bob Brown of tho Vancouver North
western league club announced last
i night that he had completed a deal
for the sale of Outfielder Charles
Swain to the Washington American
league team Swain will remain with
Vancouver until the close of the sea
son Manager Brown has also sold
Pitcher Gardner of the Pltshurg Na
tional league club and Third Baseman
Breen to the Cincinnati National I
league club
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MONEY fOR I
II
AQUEDUCT
Los Angeles Has Raised I
Sufficient Funds to
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Contiuue Work
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Los Angeles Cal 1uly lSWlth I 1
2235000 at hand to fill the deplet I i
I ed treasury Immediately and meet all I I
i expenditures between now and De J I
cember 1 when the next bond Install
I ment will be purchased under option I
the Owens river aqueduct can again
be pushad I
The proceeds of the last hond in
stallment sale wore practically ex
hausted several weeks ago and the t
work on the big ditch was halted
Hundreds of men woro laid off
The local banks were successfully
appealed to Two eastern Insurance
companies purchased 1000000 worth t
of the bonds and the rest of the mon
ey was raised by selling the bonds to
the city Itself
The a 2235000 is all that Is needed
to finance the big project until tho
December Installment of bond money
from the eastern syndicate falls due
It Is announced today that all the
men laid off when the stringency was
first felt will be put back to work
immediately
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Propertyholders
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And all others who have an in
tel eSt in Greater Ogden
Your presence is Wanted at the
Orpheum Theater Wednes
l day Evening at eight oclock
I
One of the best informed men I
in the United States will be with us
to tell and show How Ogden Can Be i
BeautifiedHe has taken photo
graphs before and after showing
what other cities have done The
lecture will not only be instructive
but highly entertaining
Some musical members arc promised
also some shoTttalks by prominent
f local men Altogether now BOOST
FREE Admission to Everybody
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WRECK lY i
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Narrow Escape From
Death of Prominent
Californians
Eurolca Cal July 18 Secretary of
State Charles F Curry and three
members of his party who have been
touring northern California in the in
terests of Currys candidacy for the
governorship had a marvelous escape
from death late Friday night when
the big Curry touring cur skidded on
the mountain road between LortBragg
and Garnorville plunging over a for
tyfoot embankment turned over twice
In its descent and landed a total
wreck The Injured are
CharlesF Curry pinioned under
the automobile both legs wrenched
forehead gashed oor right eye
Charles Jl Bredhoff of San Fran
cisco face cut and one of his shoul
ders badly sprained fell clear oC the
automobile
Leo Norton of San Francisco land I
ed llfty feet from the machine back
and hip wrenched
Chauffeur Ray Callahan of Sacra
mento leaped from the machine as it
went over tho embankment and land
I
ed at the bottom Ho escaped with a I
I severe shaking up I
V A Knapp of Oakland jumped
just before the car wont over and was I
uninjured
Secretary Curry Is at the Vance ho
tel on crutches According to physi
I cians who attended him today he
will be a cripple for some time to I
i come Currys injuries are more se
vere than those of any other member
of the party He was pinned under
the car but In such a position that
his life was saved
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STUPON
AMERCAN
Renegade Moros At
tempt to Assassinate
Worcester
Manila July 1rDeI111 C Worces
ter American secretary the Ulterior
for the Philippines was sot upon by
Pain
I wan today and oHcapod assassination
only through the alertness of his
bodyguard who shot down the out
laws killing three qf them
GOVERNMENT FAR
I TO TilE RAILROADS
New York July 13Thero is no
danger to the railroads In government
supervision declares President Da
vid Starr Jordan of Leland Stanford
Jr university In an interview pub
lished here today
I On the contrary he says gov
ernment supervision will benefit both
I the railroads and the public by con
serving the interests of both It is
far better for a railroad like the
I Southern Pacific for example which
traverses many states to be under
I the supervision of a strong able inter
state commerce commission than un
der the rule of the legislatures of
many states The railroad question
is too big for the individual states to
handle therefore the federal govern
ment has a right to step In and super
vise Any theory of states rights
that does not concedo that the govern
ment must handle those corporations
and questions which have grown too
large for the states to handle is un i
sound
In the west particularly In the
middle west there Is a demand that
the railroads be taken In hand by the
government but with the exception
of a few radicals there are none who
wish to give the railroads anything
but a square deal In the last analy
sts the railroads are tho creatures of
the people and owned bv the people
who can be dependel upon to deal
fairly with thorn They are assured
fair treatment by the Interstate Com
merce commission Under the old
system of having tho states attempt
to regulate the railroads it meant
that the railroads were harassed by
demagogues and others
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MEMORIAL TO r BE
ERECTED TO CLEVELAND
New York July 18 MflRt of the
money for the Grgyor Cleveland Me
morial at Princeton IB now at hand
according to the announcement from
thc committee In charge and work Is
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to bo begun at once Slightly more t
than 73000 of tho necessary 100000
has boon subscribed P
Tho inqmoritil will be in the form of
atowor 75 feet nigh In accordance
with the wishes of Mr Clevelands
family and characteristic of his ideas
there will be no hrolcstatue or fig
ure on the exterior H is possible
that a modest bust of the expresident
may be placed within tho tower
which will also contain articles asso
ciated with his connection with
Princeton g
The tower will measure forty foot
square at the base and will be of sil
ver stone to harmonize with the
buildings of the new graduate school I
at Princeton
CANNON HAS tC
REAL PLUCK i
Speaker Refuses to Go I
Home and insists On I
Campaigning I
ISmporia Kas Jiily 18 Speaker
Joseph G Cannon ions up early this
morning after a good nights rest pre
pared for a day of strenuous cam
palglng The weather here Is cool
and a repetition of the experience of
WInfleld Saturday when the speak
er was overcome by the heat Is not
anticipated 1 I
lira Cannons family at Danville i
however has sent several telegrams
of inquiry concerning his condition
Ills secretary has tried to get him
to go home but It IB practically cer
tain that unless the efforts of today
I
prove too much for him Mr Can
non will not leave the state until aft
er his speech at Marion Tuesday
night He has been advertised to i
speak at Salina Friday but he now
has no intention of filling that date I
Speaker Cannon addressed the stu
dents of the Stale Normal school at
11 oclock this morning He discuss
ed the house rules
At 3 oclock this afternoon he will
make an open air speech and prob
ably will reply to Senator Bristowa
charges concerning the Increase in
the tariff on rubber He will go to
Burlingame where he will speak to
night and after tho nights meeting
he will go by automobile to Topeka
where he will spend thEnlght
fRACTURED iiiJUI1P
SKULL BY JlIftP
Chicago July ISJohn Olowski
25 years old was probably fatally In
jured last night when he jumped out
of a rear window of the second floor
of a building al S59 Milwaukee ave
nue He was taken to tho county hos
pital suffering from a fractured skull
I and internal injuries
The police learned that Olowski
had gone ot thc office of Mine Zoro
After having his fortune told he
refused to pay the fee Mme Zoro I
I then locked him in the room while she i
went In search of a policeman In
i the meantime Olowski opened the
window and jumped into the alley
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THREE DEATHS FROM
INFANTILE PARALYSIS
Topeka Kas July IS Infantile
paralysis caused the death here to
day of Rollln Meyer 2yearold son
I of H E Meyer The child had been
111 nine days Death was caused by
suffocation brought on bv the di I
sease This Is the second death from
infantile paralysis in Topeka this
year and the third death in the
state
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WORLDS MATS I
I Chicago Livestock > 1 I
i Chicago July IS Cattle Receipts
I at
estimated at 25000 market lOc
15c lower beeves 52OaS50 Texas
steers 3440aGoO western steers 5
00a700 stockors and feeders 3 GOa
075 cows and heifers 2C5aC75 i
calves 75aS75 I
Hogs Receipts estimated at 21000
Market steady light SGOnS 90 mix
ed S50aS90 heavy S20aS75
rough 20aSo5 good to choice
heavy UfiaSTS pigs GJa900 I
bulk of sales S40aS70
Sheep Receipts estimated at 10000
Market steady to 2nc lower native
S250a400 western 235a400ycar
lings IOOa4S5 lambs native 125
aC25 western 400a1325
Omaha Livestock
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Omaha July 10 Cattle Receipts
8100 market steady to 10 lower
Native steers 175aSOO cows and heif
ers r25ao 73 western steers 350a
G2u cows and heifers 75a475 can
ners oOa325 stockers and feeders
325a5fi calves 100aG75 bulls
stags etc 00a52o I
Ho Receipts 2500 market lOc
higher Heavy 810iS40 mixed SHOa
S 40 light SJOaSGG pigs 7 oOaSOO
bulk of sales 82naS40
Sncen Receipts 17000 market
20pc lower Yearling 400a4S5
wethers 300a375 ewes 25Ua3oO
lambs GOOaG75
Chicago Producc
Chleasor July ISriHnttor steady
creameries 24a2S > dairies 23n26
KCRS stonily at mark cases In
cluded lOaHj firsts l5 prime firsts l
17 i
CncescSteady dairies 15 3ialG
twins 15 12 young Americas 15 12
long horns 1C 11
Metal t
ow York Juh ISLenrl firm
spot 145n4nn qopppv weak stand
ard spot noOai20f September 1150a
1195 Silver 51 3S
CONVERSllON I
Of WORLD
Farther From Realiz
ation Now Than at I
Any Other Time I
St Louis July 18The conversion 1
of the world was never farther from
realization than at the present time
declared the Rev W H Bundy of I
Brooklyn N Y in a lecture hero yes
terday Ho is the representative of
the International Students Bible as
sociation
lhere is abundant evidence of
this he continued In the first
place there are twice aa many
heathen us formerly In the second
place t ercJa agrent decadence
among Christiana themselves
Mr Bunlay took the unique view I
that civilization does not make man
better neither does it make nations
peaceful
Vo have more civilized rascals to
day than over in the history of the
world he said Those nations that
arc most civilized and have the great
est educational facilities are the ones
that build the most battleships whose
naval armaments are the most stu
pendous and magnificent The must
have these things to protect them
selves from other Christian nations
tor it Is the Christian nation that is
advancing modern scientific war
t fare
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I NEVADA NO
lONGER DRY
t
Worst Storm in Years Is
Raging After Long
Drought
Reno July lSI1w worst storm
Nevada has experienced in years at
this time of the year started late yes
terday afternoon and is continuing to
day breaking the longest dry period
the state has over known
The precipitation has been nearly
two inches 1 which exceeds the total
for the five preceding months com
bined
Street car traffic was demoralized
by a flash of lightning which burned
out tho transformers The cars wero
put out of commission all night and
traffic Was not resumed until nearly
noon today
I No fatalities have been reported
but James West attempted to clear
the street of a live wire and when
he put his foot in a pool of water re
ceived a shock whioh rendered him
unconscious for some time
LOOKS likE
NO STRiKE
Pennsylvania Road and
Its Employes Come to
Understanding
Philadelphia July ISA meeting
I here today between General Manager
Meyers pi the Pennsylvania railroad
and representatives of the companys
I conductors and trainmen on lines east
of Plttsburg lasted nearly three
hours
W G > Lfle president of the train
monH union said upon leaving tho I
Pennsylvania railroad building I
misunderstandings I
I Several apparent
ings have been oleared up 1 wont
say whether concessions have been
made but our subcommittee will
probably meet Mr Meyers this after
noon or tomorrow I
I
IIA11P ION COW I
OF TilE WORLD
Columbia Mo July ISWllh one
day loft to complete the first six
months of her years test for milk pro
ductlon Josephine has a margin over
the worlds record for that period of
1204 pounda pr about 150 gallons
I Josephine Ic tho prize cow of the
state college agriculture and holds
the worlds record for milk production
for ono Jay one month and four
I uloiltlis takini all three places from I
Colonies Fourth Johanna of Reiuen I
I dplo VIii
Josephine produced in one month
I 2OfiOpounds nej against the pro
vouewfrldB redord of 2783 pounds I
Herrecord for milk in one day is no 2
I record I
n ord of ld6JIPu1 S
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GASOLINE rs LSAT
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1dA ONE CENT GALLON I
I i rMomcoIo > Ny t Y July ISAuto 11
1 irofhllhste ficreabout t are buying gasi
11neth1mi mnr that one cent a gallon
II For aonituUnic past two local dealers j
nuvo been1 cutting each others prices
11i1 endeavor to obtain the bulk of
the patronage Each day the price
dropped u cent or two until It finally
reached the iinprcccnted figure of ono
cent a gallon The news of tho trade
warfare has brought a stream of auto
moblllsLs from surrounding towns
One of the dealers threatens to give
away his fluid in order td have the
lowest price rho gasoline costs the
dealer about 13 cents a gallon
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SAWMILL DESTROYED
New Westminster B C July 18
The 13 H Hoaps sawmill at Ruskin
was destroyed by fire yesterday Tho
loss Is estimated at 160000 fully in
sured The fire started in the boiler
room
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STORMS IN
I KENTUCKY
Heavy Damage to Crops
Streams Out of
I
Their Banks
Louisville July ISFor the second
time in three days Kentucky was
I swept by highly destructive storinG
yesterday Crops loosened the
heavy rains were blown out of the
ground while rain and hall storms all
over the state dashed vegetation to
pieces and sent streams out of their
banks
I The damage to crops Is estimated
at fifty per cent One death caused
by the floods has been reported
POLICE HOPE TO
CLEAR A MYSTERY
I
Chicago July 1SThrough a clew
I received last night the police hope to
clear up the mystery surrounding
Mrs Emma Deufex or Mrs Young
who was wounded by Charles W Rig
don before he killed himself last
Friday
The finding of a card in the poc
ket of the dead man gave the now
clow to the police
The card was that of G A Popple
baum with offices at 36 La Salic
street He told last night how Rig
don hunted the woman during the
two days preceding the tragedy
Thursday afternoon RJgdon ap
peared at Popplebaums Salic
street officeand asked 1C Popple
baum was In
The clerk told him that Popple
baum had gone out for the nfternou
and RIgdon then asked for one of
Popplebaiims cards It was hand
ed to him and RIgdon noted on It
Popplobatims home and office tele
phone numbers as well as Popplc
baums address
The clerk also offered to show Rig
don how he might reach Popple
baums residence on the L road but
u
RIgdon answered
Never mind Ill go in a taxicab
I At 8 oclock that night Rlgdpn ap
peared at the Popplebaum home in a
taxicab The maid says that when
she opened tho door Rigdon was very
abusive and that she refused to let
him in Rigdon asked for Popple
baum and was told that he and his
wife had gone out for the even
ing On the following day Friday the
day of the tragedy RIgdon called
Popplebaum on the telephone
Do you know Mrs Young he de
manded
Popplobaum replied that he did not
You lie shouted RIgdon You
do know her but I have found her
That was tho last Popplebaum
heard from Rigdon
PRISONERS SAN6
HOME SWEET HOME
Pittsburg Pa July 1SLed by
Walter Dorman sentenced for life in
I connection with the famous BIddle
boys case the prison orchestra at tho
I Western Pennsylvania penitentiary i
yesterday played a tender Godspued
for one of their number who will be
released today Home Sweet Homo I
was the selection the leader started
on the piano as the convicts filed out
of the chapel and it was or tho bone i
fit of the fellow player who for I
seven years had beat the bass drum I
A few straggling convicts who had
I not yet left the chapel caught tho
air and began to hum Jl and smiled
congratulations on the fortunate one
who had pillowed his head In hit
arms crossed on his drum over
come by the little prlsqn drama
Walter John Francis Aglvoamnn
achance type of official would not
disclose the name of the prisoner I
and aBa result he will walk into the
world again unheralded that ho might
begin life over
I WHAT IS MEANlp
I OF WORD cc WANT
Newark N J July li Tho Gnprt
of chancery here has boon Invoked to
I define the verb want A matter of I
I many thousands of dollars depends on I
whether the court agrees with the
definition as given by the executors
of tho will of the late William P I
Coffin or with that of tho widow f
i The executors maintain that tho I
verb in ouostian mcapp require
I while Mrs Coffin thinks lrdealro Is a
better s jionym
i A clause In the wealthy merchants
will reads
The executors shall paj to my J
widow during her lifetime such SARIS
of mono an she shall want for her 1
comfortable support and maintenance
I
ance t
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fiRE RAGING i i
IN fORESl i 1
Seven Men Are Cut Off
by FlamesOne Man
Loses His Mind
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Wallace Ida July l8A fie of
serious proportions Is raging nCr
Pine creek and is making its way with
great rapidity toward Kellogg peas
The buildings of the Dalmatla Mining
company have been consumed and
the fire Is making In the direction of
three other mining camps Seven
men of the two hundred fire fighter
sent from Vardncr and Kellogg haw
been cut off and fears for their safe y
exists
An unknown settler whose boupp
was wiped out is said to have lot
his mind Settlers In tba path of the
fire are flocking to Kellogg with their
families
TRAVN ii
1 HE EAST 11
l i
I Mans Wife and five
Children Witness a
Murder jJ
J I
Plttsburg July IShlte remon
strating with a group of foreigners
who were righting in front of his i4
home in McKces Roiks during the I
night Negro Botnars 44 years old
was shot dead by one of the men
Botnars wife and five children t
were witnesses of the slaying Hi
eeen eulion Peter proved a lido
by dashing after the foreigners and
causing the arrest of two of them
CRIPPEN IS
MISSING if
None of the Steamers J
So Far Searched Dis
close Him
London July The latest theory
of the Scotland Yard officials is that
Dr Hawley H Crippen and Ethel
Lcvene may be aboard the steamer
Kroonland which sailed for New
York from Dover at 11 oclock on
tho night of July 9 the day the two
disappeared
At Dover the Kroouland was board
ed by one New York man and a num
ber of passengers from London
The inquest into the death of tho
woman supposed to be Belle Elmore
Crlppeas wife whose body was un
earthed in thc cellar of the Crippen
I home following the doctors disap
pearance was opened today and sub
sequently adjourned for one month
It developed nothing at the first ses
sion
New York July IS Detectives in
spected the passengers on the steam
ers MInnetonka tram London and
Chicago from Havre on their arrival
today lij pursuance of the search for
Dr Crippen No trace of the Ameri
can physician was found
I
Paris July 18Tlle Immigration
officers failed to discover any person
resembling Dr Crippen on board the
steamship Haverford which docked
here today I
I WILLIE IS A
VERY BAD BOY j
Washington Pa July IS Because
he refuses to stay at home and per
sists in wandering about the streets
Mrs Burke of East Wylle avenue
Hewed a label on the back of the coat
of her fiveyearold son Willie The
label reads
This Is Willie Burke He Is lost
so send him homeEast Wylle ave
nue Willie has been returned to his
home several times since this experi
ment was tried and Mrs Burke wor
rels no more
BOW CHEYENNE
WILL ENTERTAIN
Cheyenne Wyo July IS ExPresi t
dent Roosevelt will be given a real
hairraising wild west treat npon the
occasion of his visit here next month
v Mrh will rival any of his rough
rider experiences if the plans of the
Jackson Hole cow punchers are carried
of the
ried out It Is the purpose
and
cowboys to hold a celebration
contest for the roping and illlln
championship More than 1000 punch
Mrs are expectedto gather here sit
that time
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