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THE EVENING PAPER I
IS THE PAPER OF TO > WEATHhK FORECAST
i4 tn r 1t
I DAY THE MORNING THE V INDICATIONS ARE THAT THE
PAPER OF YESTERDAY J WEATHER WILL EFAlR TO
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Fortieth Year No172 Price Five Cents
QGDEN CITY UTAH TUESDAY EVENING JULY
19 1910
Entered
as Second Class
Matter at the Pos nffll nn i n
r
f FIST fiGHTS
j1 APPROVED
t
r Also Catholic Confes I
rl sional by President of
Clark University
Denver Colo July 19Uellglon i
is a big thing to the human race
but It may be dangerous there Is
nothing quite so dangerous as a big
id6a in a little mind Dr G Stan
ley Hall president of Clark univer
sity declared In an address here last
night
Dr Holl also advocated the encour
agement of fist fights between child
ren as a means of developing their
courage find spirit
He also approved of the Roman
Catholic confessional as a most ef
fective cure of sin and a mental
I nerve tonic
Jf a man with a small soul is fully
possessed of religion something
drqadful Is liable to happen Dr Hall
saidThe
The speaker said that keeping
children ignorant of many of the es
sential points of the sex problem was
little short of criminal
He also sharply criticised muck
rnkers and expressed tho belief that
more reform could be accomplished
without the blare of trumpets
THEY MAY PERMIT
INCREASED RATES
Chicago July 19Thnt the ship
pers of the country are not likely to
present an unbroken front in their
light before the Interstate Com I
merce commission against increased I
rates developed yesterday when tho
news was received from New York
that In todays conference of the
shippers committee of nineteen
some of the eastern men would go
on record as being in favor of per
milling the railroads to increase
freight rates within reason
The committee which was ap
pointed during the shippers mass
I meeting in Chicago last May will
meet today at the Union League club
with a view to adopting a plan of 4
battle nganflt the increased tariff
5 which have been filed by the rail
roads and held up by the commission
AN ESTATE fl I I
MILLIONS lEfT
Granite City ill July lP3y the
death or Mrs Mary Nlcdrlnghaus at
her summer home at Jamestown R I
yesterday the 7000000 estate of her
husband the lato William F NIpdrlng
hads will revert to her four sons and
fljx daughters to be divided among
thorn William F Nledringhause died
July 13 1908 He was the founder of
Granite City as an Industrial commun
ity and his estate consisted chiefly
of stock in a manufacturing c nee J1
and real estate here and in St Louis
His will directed that a trust com
pany be formed to manage the estate
The four sons were named as directors
of the company The trust company
was ordered to pay Mrs Niedrlnghaus
20000 a year from the income of the
estate The death of Mrs Niedrhig
bans ends tho trust
BANKERS MAY FORM
A CURRENCY ASSOCIATION
New York July 19WHhln a fort
I night a meeting of National bankers
will be called at the New York clear
I InS house to hear the details of a plan
for the formation of a National Cur
rency association in Now York along
I the lines provided In the Aldrich
Vreeland law as Suggested recently
by Secretary of the Treasury Mac
I
Vcagh It is regarded as Probable
that this action by the New York
I banks will bo followed the estab
lishment of similar associations by the
national banks of other cities and
states
According to members of the bank
ers committee Secretary MacVeaghs
suggestion meets with general ap
proval and endorsement It Is not
believed however that there Is any
great likelihood that such a system
will be called good of such a system
for the steadying effect tits exis
tence would have would not be over
estimated The Jaw provides for the
issue of additional banknotes Ju time
I of emergency by an organization of
ten or more national banks having a
capital of 50000000
I
JEffRIES TO
CHAllENGE
Choynski Advises Him
to Go After Johnson
Second Time
Chicago July 19Plans for a bat
tle between Jeffries and Johuson were
outlined in a letter to the Callforn
inn by Joe Choynnld who for close
to three months aided Jeffries In his
preparation for the balllo at Reno
Im so firmly convinced that Jef
fries can whip Johnson the best day
ho ever lived that Im advising him
to bet 50000 of his own money and
challenge Johnson the winner to get
the entire gate receipts and the side
bet declared Choynskl last night
Jefflies defeat is told in two words
Mental collapse True be was In
oxcellont condition physically but
his mind and heart were affected and
when he entered the ring his brain
ref us eLl to act
For weeks and weeks before the
fight Joffrles received hundreds of
letters daily from admirers Implor
ing him to whip Johnson continued
Choynski They told him In letters
that he wa < s the hope of the white
r Jl1 That preyed upon his mind
Uric1 did not confide his troubles to
his camp associates and the weight
on his mind simply unnerved him
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vJ VV
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i 1 Qnaorrovv
f Night
Orpheum Theater Eight
t oclock tomorrow night Mr
Howard Everets Weed will
will tell the people of Ogden
e How to Make Ogden Beautiful
Mr Weed has been all over Ogden to
day making notes of the conditions
your yard has been oticedaIso
your neighbor rsorrie pungent sug
gestions will be given for their im
provement
I HEAR THE QUARTETTE
Messrs Jed Bajkntyne Carl Allison
Lee Madsen and George Nye are to
render a number selections 0
Free Admission 3
It t Bring your friends sit where you wish
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AEROPLANES
NECESSARY
No Army Now Properly
Equipped Without
I
Air Machines
I
New York July 1Oiny nation
which sent an army Into the field
I for actual fighting today without a
I complement of air machines aero
I plancc and dlnrlglblc balloons would
I not be equipped properly and would
I deserve defeat
This is tho conclusion reached by
I General James Allen chief signal of
ficer of the United States army after
an exhaustive study of the pros and
I cons of army aeronautics
I General Allen whose position makes
him head of military air navigation
in this country is in New York on a
brlei business visit
I The equipment of no army Is com
I plete today without air machines
i ho said In an interview given out to
day Many Improvements doubt
less will be made soon bul oven
with their present capacity air ma
I chines can perform services of the
greatest value
I Two rears ago when experiments I
were started it Fort Myor air naviga I
I tion was considered Impracticable by
many It Is now an accomplished
I fact Germany and France have tak
en the lend In aviation because those
I governments have granted largo ap
propriations for tho work We asked
I congress for 200000 two years ago
I and 500000 last year but nothing was
appropriated But the development of
I air machines In this country wit con
I tinue because private Interests arc
I taking up the problem with Increas
ing enthusiasm
EASTPORT
I IS EXCITED
I First President to Visit
That Town in
1 Maine
Eastport Me July 19Wiien the
Presidents yacht Mayflower pointed
I her way up the Lubes narrows a
I President of tho United States for
I the first time In history reached the
I northeast corner of tho country
I Eastport the home of the American
I sardine Industry was appropriately
excited over the occasion Flags and
bunting were displayed fro mall the
buildings along the water front and
the entire populace wore early astir
getting the little town In readiness fot
I the coming of the distinguished guest
Mayor Garnet who was to have thl
honor of entertaining the President
personally superintended most of tin
preparations
Soon after S oclock people from
the small villages began to arrive
I They came In farm wagons and auto
mobiles
4
The Mayflower was not due until
I 11 oclock and the President was not
expected ashore until 2 oclock this
afternoon but Water street and tho
docks overlooking the water front
j were thronged by 9 oclock
I From the moment the Mayflower
reached the open sea aha became the
I target for every wlrejeas station along
the northeastern coast
In passing through Lube Narrows
the president was within half a mile
of Canadian territory
CliICAfiO iBTS A
GOVERNMENT IANK
Chicago July 19Tho Chicago pos
tal Savings bank is to be open here
ready for business on January 1
1911 This was tho word received
torn Washington yesterday by Post
master Campbell Th6 message also
said that Chicago would be one of
tho first cities to receive a govern
ment banklngv IntitUlitlon
The savings bank will probably be
located in the federal building The
postmaster yllll bo the head of tho
Institution and will be under heavy
bond to perform his duties
NEGRO CONVIL
DERO QF A FiRE
j
Joliet 111 July 10 A fire which i
ai one time threttteqqd < serious dam i
age to the stqto nrlqon here de
stroyed the shirt fjmory hqre last
I evening caupJDB a Iqss of 26000
1 The fire which wan caused by
crossed electric wires was pot dis
covered until after the Prisoners had
beqn locked In their cells for the
nighL
I
Led bv TuckQjvHallard a giant ne I
gro who MiH I v gprvei wen rAeen I
yeais and who hrjj distinguished him
self at every lire for bravery the vol
cntcer fire dqpartmonl composed of
1 guards and trusties put out the
lire
I
I ARTHUR BPADY DIES i
> FROM HIS WpUNDS I
White Plnjns N Y July 19 Ar
thur Brud > YhowatTthe cemer of a
curious mystery sonic two weeks
r r =
ago is dead at his homeIn Katonlnh
near here of locomoter ataxla
On the 30th of last month Brad
was found helpless In his chair a re
volver at his feet und his wife on the
floor nearby shot through one arm
and tho body The woman said her
husband hud shot her but he said
she had shot hers Jr f
I Altar an investigation tho police
ordered a warrant sworn out for Bra
dy charging felonious assault but be
cause of his Illness Itwas never serv
ed Tho wife will recover
EMERGENCY HOSPITAL
Garden City L I July llAn I
emergency hospital has been eslnb
lished on the aviation field here with
I physicians and nurses In constant at
tendance The hospital Is Intended
merely for field dressing purposes and
to give any first medical aid that may
be necessary In the event that an av
ialoi or a spectator is injured Tho
hospital will be retained throughout
tho International meet this fall
I
IWOMENTO
USE GUNS
Find It Necessary to
Shoot to Protect
Themselves
I Kansas City July 19 Tramps who
I visit tho suburb of Argentine on the
i Kansas side of the state line may be
confronted with a now nd unexpected
j welcome
I The women of Argentine alaimed
by the many tramps who have re
cent Infested that place It is said
arc learning to handle firearms effec
tively and plans arc now being made
for the organization of a womens gun
club iu that place
Several telephone messages wet o
received yesterday at the Argentine
police station from women asking
about the ely ordinance pertaininG to
the discharging Ol firearms within the
city llmHs f
A gun club will ijca splendid thing
for tho women oft this town said
Mrs G W Gully pfArgentine lost
night There arc nuihy women whose
husbands work at night or are away
on railroad runs It jhc tramjis know
I that wo can shoot then perhaps they
will stop prowling around our homes
Argentine la a dlvfslon point of the
TIC
Santa Fe railroad
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WORLDSMARKET S
I
MARKET GENERALLY IS
I MOVING DOWNWARD
I
f New York July ID Trading in the
I general list was dull at the opening of
the stock market today but there
were wide movements in few cases
Canadian Pacific declined 1 14 Read
Ing and Denver Rio Grande 1 and
Great Northern preferred 5S
j Rock Island preferred advanced a
I point Prices showed n tendency to
j drop after the opening The weakness
1 of Canadian Pacific had a depressing
effect but pressure was not active and
the action of prices was uncertain
I Colorado Fuel declined i
t The Grand Trunk strike had sym
I pathetic weakness In Canadian Pacific
which lost 234 Readings decline
reached 131 Rock Island pfd 1 38
and St Paul Northern Pacific and
Minneapolis Si Paul and Suite Ste
Marie pfd 1 Federal Mining pfd
i rose 2 12 and American Linseed pfd
I 2 There was fractional rallies at
noon Bonds were steady
I
Chicago Livestock
I Chicago July HICatleRocelpts
1 estimated at COOO market weak
Baoves 520850 Texas steers
410050 western steers J5 005
I 700 tockcrs and feeders 3COfj
570 cows and heifers 2G5G75
calves 5G75S
Hogs Receipts estimated at 12
000 market steady Lght SG5r
900 mixed 850 < SS90 heavy 825
i875 rough S25S8 good to
choice heavy S40S95 pigs SGO
> 900 bulk of sales S45S75
SheepReceipts estimated at 20
000 market stead Native 250
100 western 235MOO yearlings
I 100 195lam bs native 425 < g > GGu
western 400G75
I Omaha Livestock I
Omaha July 19CntUcRecplpls
CiIOO market for best steady others
lOo lower Native steers 17501
785 cows and heifers 3 005000
western steers 160 < ft G 50 cows and
heifers 275 < 5 > 4 > 75t canners 2500
325 stockers and feeders 325 < 8 >
575 calves LOOG75 bulls stags
etc 25525
Hogs Receipts 7300 market 5c
higher Heavy 10S45 mixed
Y8 30 < i810 light S405SGO pigs
750SOO bulk of sales 85086S
I Sheep Receipts 1GSOO market
steady Yearlings I OUiJJM 75 weth
i ers 32DR > 37o owes 250350
lambs GOOG73
I
I
Chicago Produce
Chicago July 19DutterCteadr
creamerIes 24a28 dairies 23a20
Eg s3teadr at mark cases In
cluded 10a14 Urals 15 prime firsts
17
Cheese Steady daisies 15nl6
twins 15al7r young Americas loal2
long horns 1C 11
I
I
Sugar atadCoffee
New York July llj Haw sugar
firm inupcovado1 test 38G cen
trifugal OG tel > t iaC molasses sugar
80 lost 3G1 Refined quiet crushed
585 granulated 315 powdered 525
Coffee Spot quiet No7 Rio
S i2a5S No 4 Santos 0 12
Metal Market
New York July lLcnd firm
Spot 115 bid Copper dull standard
spot 11 Oal200J September 11 DCa
3200 Silver 54 34
1
ITElEPHONE
BY CABLE
England and America
May Soon Talk I
Across Ocean
I
New Yoik July 19Iiephone com
munication between England and Am
erica may s nhe a possibility If a
new experimental submarine cable ic
I
cently laid across the English chan
nel by the British postotflcc answers
expectations The cable extends from
Wover to Cape Grlsnc and Is the
first of the kihd to be laid in tidal
waters
According to reports received by
American telephone officials test so
far made have given very satisfact
ory results and it is expected that
tho cable will reopened for public
use between London and Paris as
eoon as thl French government has
completed the connecting land lines
Government reports declare that
the tests made lead to the belief that
I they will revolutionize telephonic
communication between England and
the continent of Europe and as Im
provements are affected will bring
spoken communication between Lon
don and New York within the bounds
of possibility
LARGE CROWD SEES
GOOD BOXING CARD
I
j Salt Lake July 19A crowd of
about 300 fans witnessed some good
I boxing at the reopening show of the
Manhattan club at the Salt Palace I
pavilion Monday night The head
i liner of the7 evening was the bout be
tween Eddie hnson and Kid Brown
Johnson won In the third round by a
knockout
j Harry Curran and Kid Sox boxed
I four rounds to draw did
a as Cyclone
Lefty and Jimmy Lawless In a bout
between KJd Rose and Young Wal
cott thej former won In the third I
I round by a knockout
The evenings card wound up with
i a battle royal which was won yb Kid
I Snowball The bouts were refereed
i by Wlllard Bean The next show of
tho Manhattan club will be held next
Monday night
I
i fLAMES JUMP
I
HALFA MilE
Fdr st Fires of British
Columbia Sweeping
Everything
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j
Spokane July 19 Dispatches from
j Nelson B C say the forest fires
which Sattirday were believed to be
under control imve revived and are
causing death and enormous damage I
to property Tho town ot Whitewater
has been wepl clean as a floor Not
a vestige of habitation remains Refu
gees arefleeing to Kaslo where many
who were overcome have been cared
forAll
All the women and children from
Sandon were brought down to New
Denver Monday afternoon as n pre
I cautionary measure The Rambler
I Cariboo buildings are a total loss
Fire wardens report that the Ca I
nadian Pacific railroad timber limits
nt Sacar on the east side of Kootani
Lake are burned
HaIr Is asked for everywhere and
I all ablebodied men arc pressed Into
I he fire fighting service Rescue
trains from Kaslo were unable to pass
Bear Lake and returned crowded
I with refugees all panicstricken
Many womanand children overcome
with fumes and smoke were cared for
I by tho TiobpUQl authorities and by
citizens of Kalso
I Buah fires in the vicinity of Moyle
alrqady have caused destruction ng
grogaUng 100000
Gases generated by the fire makes
tin flames Jump half a mile at a
time
Another disastrous fire Is reported
to bo raging Clarksons and spread
ing rapidly 111lhe direction of Nel
son The largest possible gathering
of fironghtorPis In the field
Oor two million feet of timber have
been destroyed tho Nelson district
Spokane Wash July 19lbe town
I
of Ryan oft the Columbia river I
twelve miles south of the Canadian
I boundary IB reported to bavo been I
wlppd out by a forest fire At six
oclock lAst evening the fire zone cov
ered apprpxlnmtel the whole terri
tory from Bosjrtjurg to Marcus along
the wqst sjdo of the Columbia river
and from Bosqbjirg north to Ryan on
andtho cast eldb of the river a tract
fifteen miles long and seven miles
2vdeMfllfqnmm of feel of timber as also
r reported destroyed
B YS GRAVE THEN SUICIDES
C lICAGQJily lSA man believed
tcpbe Samuel Jacobson a salesman
cotumlEted suicide in a cemetery to
clnfAdoad lo a grave was found
hi hV p t t
It I said tliut ho threatened to
shqot a8pftcJal1p ° llceman before kill
ing hlinaolY Y
iMPORTAKCStADDED TO
> m PRINCE RUPERT
J
Victoria 1VC July 19AJrred T
HoU Co of LIverpool operating
the Rluo Funnel line of steamships
beLWBen TJcoiTia Seattle and Liver
pool via the Orient arc preparing to
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add Prince Rupert BC to their ports
of call on the American continent A
P Halncs general freight agent and
Captain BartleBs of the Blue Funnel
steamer Bcllerophon loft for Prince
Rupert yesterday under cable instruc
tions to examine the harbor and I
wharf of the port and prospects for
cargo null to report by cable to tim I
Liverpool olllccs of the company
Prince Rupert Is tolie the principal
Pacific coast terminal point of the
Grand Trunk Pacific railway 1
BANKER ARRESTED
Portland Ore July HIW D Out
man treasurer of W H McMonles
Co of this city was arrested hire
late last night on a charge of re
ceiving money knowing the bnnfij to
be Insolvent The warrant was la
sued by Whntcom county Washing
ton authorities Outman Is alleged
lo have been the president of the
Bellingham Hose Security bank of
nellinghnm Wash which closed its
doors March 1 1910
HOLDUPS
ARRESTED
Men Who Robbed Fast
Mail on S P
Identified
Sacramento Cal July HITwo
men giving their names as James C
Brown and Charles Dunbar who
were arrested by a constable here
last night for horse stealing have
been identified as the bandits who
held up and robbed the Japan fast
mall on the Southern Pacific at Good
year on April 17 last
The numbers of the revolvers they
carried led to their Identification
Thiee revolvers were stolen from a
Riverside store shortly before the
train robber and these are the three
found on the prisoners The shotgun
left under the bridge by the train
robbers was also stolen from this
gun store Furthermore the prison
ers answer In every detail the descrip
tions given by the train crew after
the holdup
The smaller of the men Charles
Dunbar aside from answering tho
general description of tho crew as
to outer appearance Has sold tpeth
on the left side oChls mouth as
did one of the train robbers The
prisoners were not questioned last
night as they Showed inclination
to speak but both Chief Special
Agent P J Klndelon and Special
Agent P E Kelly tftie Southern <
Pacific and the local sheriffs force
believe that lucre can tie no doubt
asto the correctness of the Indentl
creation ft
All that remains to establish a case
against the men Is that they be Iden
tified by residents of Martinez as the
men wo llvcd In a shanty near that
place for several weeks before the
robbery and visited the scena oC the
crime dally apparently to rehoarae
the details of their holdup This Iden
tification should be made today for
the men were familiar figures to res
idents In the vicinity of Martinez
When Constable Mike Judge cap
tured the two men Saturday night
they were driving along the Twelfth
slreet road in a single rig They
had been camped near the road for
three days and claimed that they
had come from Tracy where they
had been picking fruit and that they
were headed foi Wheatland to pick
hops Judge In the belief that they
were horse thieves who have been op
erating In this vicinity of late or
dered them from their buggy One
of the men reached for the shotgun
under tho seat but the constable
warned him and both men submitted
to arrest
STRIKE ON NORTHWESTERN
I
London July 19A strike that
threatens to reach serious dissqnslono
has broken out among the omnloyos I
of the Northwestern rajrond Traffic
is disorganized
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MAN fROZEN
L TO DEATH
friends Placed Large
Cakes of Ice
I on Him
Newark N 1 July JO Frozen to
death in midJuly with the tempera
ture hovering around 90 degrce was
the fate yesterday of Paul Sorrento
on employe of an iron foundry at
Florence N 1
Sorrento was over
come by the intense heat of his work
and a physician advised placing Jcp
about his head
Eager friends took the advice too
literally and placed large cakes of
Ice about his head neck and limb
Becoming alarmed a few hours later
tho young mans family recalled tim
physician who discovered that his
patient had been dead for some time
Examination showed that too much
Ico had actually frozen the man
NEW DIVISION OF
THE WESTERN UNION
Denver July 19 According to an
announcement by General Manager
Brooks of the Western Union Tele
graph company a now general dis
trIct for that company comprising tho
states of Colorado Wyoming Utah
I Idaho Montana Nebraska Kansas
j and the territory of New Mexico with
headquarters at Denver has been
I es
tablished J C Nelson formerly su
perintendent at Omaha will two
charge as general superintendent
Dallas Tex July HIA new di
I vision Is to be created bv the Western
Union Telegraph company with this
city as headquarters according to an
I nouncement here last night Louis
McKlsslck assistant general superin
tendent of the western division will
be In charge with the title of general
superintendent Tho now division wilt
be known as the Gulf division and
will comprise the stales of Texas Ok
lahoma and Louisiana
I
MONTANA DEMOCRATS
II Helena July ISThc Democratio
state committee tonight selected Liv
ingston as the place of the next Demo
cratic state convention the date of
I the convention being fixed as Sep
tember S By a vote of 13 to 11 thu
i state committee turned down all prop
ositions looking to thev endorsement
1
I by the state convention of any Dem
j
I ocratlc caudldatS for the United
States senate
I ACCDENTS
ARE MANY
Cleaning of Bedsprings
Proves to be a Ser
ous Affair
I
Long Beach Cal July 19Follr ac
cidents resulted from the attempt ot
Mrs Walter Martin to clean bed
springs with gasoline jesterday Mrs
Martin took the springs to the front
I porch sprinkled the gasoline over
them and applied a match The leap
ing flames severely burned her neck
and hands
Floyd Martin a son heard his
mothers screams and seeing the
flames turned in alarms of fire
A blind woman who occupies the
room from which the springs warn
taken went to her bed to lay down
and fell through to the floor receiv
ing a blow on the back of the hend
which rendered her unconscious bran
I
i an hour
Miss Orva Martin the 16yearold 4
daughter ran several blocks to sum
mon her father and on the way back
fell in a fit of hysterics
Miss LuliL Long a sister of Mrs
Martin after rendering assistance to
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