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OGDEN CITY UTAH FRIDAY EVENING JULY 22 1910
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JEffRIES TO
FiiHiTAMN i
Berger Admits That Jeff I
Was Nervous Wreck
at Reno
Chicago July 2Tbat James J
Jeffries may again eiitor the ring is
the belief of Sam Borgcr his man I
ager and Jack Gleason who with I
Tex Rlckard staged the battle at
Reno The promoter and manager
arrived In Chicago yesterday direct
from the Pacific coast
I know that Jeffries feels the de
feat very keenly said Gleason and
I should not be surprised were his
frIends to persuade him again to en
ter the ring As a matter of fact I
Jeffries was a mental wreck when he
entered the ring against Johnson I I
could have whipped him myself
Boiler who has been with Jef
frIes as much as any one since the
lighters defeat believes that Jeffries
will be himself in a short time
There Is no good reason why Jef
fries should not try to wipe out his
defeat said Berger My confident
opinion is that he would whip John
son any day in the week It was not
a question of coming back when Jef
fries stopped Into the ring at Reno
Jeffries was all in when he went
Into that fight Ho was a nervous
wreck
Gleason explained that before sign
ing the fight articles Jeffries wanted
a clause put In which would make
him free to have a couple of fights
before his meeting with Johnson
The promoters were willing but as
Johnson asked the same thing they
feared that possibly tho colored
champion would grow reckless and
either stumble into defeat or else in
jure himself so they decided to keep
both out of the ring
Berger now things that a real bout
before the big fight would have put
Jeffries In far better trim than he
vas
rAFTS VACATION
A STRENUOUS ONE
1 Bar Harbor Me July 2Pre5i
dent Tafts vacation cruise is becom
ing strenuous He did not get back
aboard the Mayflower until well past
niidnlght but was ashore again this
morning at 8 oclock playing golf Af
er fho morning of golf came the
fcpeuklng at noon to tho townspeople I
followed by a tdn mlle coach ride to
Mrs Mark Hannas home at Seal Har
for for luncheon The dinner engage
ment for tho Taft party tonight Is
with Mrs Charlmagne Tower two
miles from Seal Harbor I
The Presidents stay at Bar Harbor
proper ended with his engagement to
say a few words to the permanent
residents on the village green
The Mayflower with Mrs Tat and
other members of the party on hoard
sailed this morning for Seal Harbor
Following tho luncheon at Mrs Han
nas the yacht will drop down to the
Tower place and anchor for the night
Tomorrow the Mayflower will take
the party to Mount Desert ferry
whore a special train will be waiting
to convey the President to Bango
where he President will arrive at
noon for a stay of two hours
Mrs Taft and the other la lies will
stop at Ellsworth as the guests of
Senator Hale to await Mr Talls re
turn there late in the afternoon
MANY STRIKEBREAKERS
HAVE BEEN ENGAGED
Chicago July Announcement is
made that freight trains will begin
moving out of Chicago over the Grand
Trunk lines early next week Offi
cials of the company assert they can
icsurac freight service but aroin no
hum to do so until the work of
guarding all property Is completed
A force of more than 200 special offi
cers will be assigned to preserve
peace and protect proporty
Reports yesterday were to the ef
ut that freight consigned tp the
Grand Trunk lines is being handled
by other roads Five hundred strike
breakers have been engaged so far In
Chicago most of them being sent to
orlous points along the companys
i
lines
DROWNED WHILE BATHING
I
Montreal July 2Thrco employes
of the Montreal Light Heat < t Power
I
company were drowned yesterday
while out in a boat at the companys
picnic at Maple Grove Their skiff
upset
JOHN DS SALOON
IN CLEVELAND
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Cleveland July 22 Because he
I placed In the window
of his saloon a
I sign reading This is John Ds place
John D Schnapps was arrested ester
day
dayThe
The complaint was filed by Frank
F Marmanu who says he is a friend
of John D Rockefeller
I Marmann says Mr Rockoieller Is
known as John D and he asked
what the oil mans Sunday school
I pupils would say If they chanced to
pass the saloon and saw that sign
Schnapps gave bond and his trial
was set for next Tuesday He argues
I that as his name is John D he has a
perfect right to use It on his sign
BANR AND
AUTOMOBilE
People of United States
Are Auto Crazy and
I Must Be Saved
White Plains N Y July 22The
Wcstchester County Bankers associ
ation believes that the people of tho
United States are automobile crazy
and that the hankers of the country
ought to intervene to save their cli
ents from this madness At their an
nual convention held here this weok
the association passed resolutions
asking Us members to scrutinize care
fully the applications of those who
want to borrow money on notes for
the purchase of automobiles The
banks are to use extreme caution In
discounting such paper
The bankers declared that hun
dreds of persons have put themselves
in peril of bankruptcy during the
last six months by mortgaging their
homes hypothecating securities to
buy machines
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SEARC NG
FWUDUS SON
Admiral f Rodgers Has
Sailed for Nome
Alaska
Seattle July 3ncar Admiral
John A Rogers who has just retired
from the command of the Puget Sound
navy yard and who will bo placed
on tho retired list of the navy next
Tuesday sailed for Nome on tho
steamer Senator today and will make
search In the interior of Alaska for
his 22yearold son Alexander who
went north last summer to look for
fortune and adventure and who van
ished from the overland trail halt
Aay between Valdez and Fairbanks
Recently a letter was received from
Bethlehem at the month of the Kus
kowlm that a youth answering tho
description of the admirals lost son
had been engaged there In building
a boat to go up the Kuskowim to
ward the Iditarod Admiral Rodgers
I will follow this clue Alaska has been
I so thoroughly scoured already In the
search of the lost youth however
that It Is feared the whitehaired
fathers quest will end In pathetic
failure
GROCERY STORE FOR
METHODIST CHURCH
Washington lad July 2As a
means of raising funds with which to
I erect a new church in the west end
of the city the congregation of tho
I
Second M E church will operate a
grocery store The congregation has
I purcrrirsfdn store and the pastor Rev
William Hogan has been put In
charge The name has been chang
ed to The Square Deal grocery
The preacher is not a novice in the
grocery business
Do you intend to continue selling
cigar and chewing tobacco he was
asked
Yes was the reply We must
do that for that Is a part of the bus
I iness
BASEBALL
Ogden vs Salt Lake City
TOMORROW
Lwd 0 e Free
Ogden vs Occidentals
On Sunday July 24 b
AT THE
F AIR GROUNDS
f GAME WILL BE CALLED AT 3 P M I
GENERAL ADMISSION 25
GRAND STAND I EXTRA r V 2 5
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OREGON iAS
f ACT ONS
Republican Party Split
Over the Oregon
System
Portland Ore July 2The con
vention of the faction of tho Repub
lican party in this state selfstyled
Assembly Republicans which Is in
session In this city has thrown down
the gauntlet to the faction of the party
which supports the socalled Oregon
I system of electing United States sen
ators by popular vote
By their own oftrepeated asser
I tion it is to he war to the knife
and the knife to the hilt both in
the primary election which will be
held In September and in the pre
election campaign and the Assem
bly Republicans without qualifica
tion declare that they will knife to
tho hilt every Republican who pre I
sents himself for office should he be
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successful In the primaries if he be
an autlassembly man I
The antiassembly Republicans
tho faction which favor the Oregon I
sstemnre just as bitter and ap I
parently just as ready to lock horns I
as the assembly faction It Is ad
mitted by both factions that on the
result of the November election I
stands or falls the Oregon system
in this state
I The opposition to the assombly is I
not organized and it wmnot be for I
the antiassembly Republicans are op
I posed to the principle of party as
semblages whose object to suggest
I candidates for nomination They con
I tend that the assembly Is In reality
an attempt to return to the old con
I vention method of nominating a tick
I et and that Us real purpose is the de
struction of the direct primary
I There are nevertheless already
I sufficient antlassonibly candidates for
I nomination In the field to insure prac
J tically complete antiassembly tickets
throughout tho state j
t
While openly asserting that it has
I for Its main object the slaughter of
the Oregon system the Assembly
faction also contends that Its second I
important purpose IB to suggest for t
nomination suitable candidates for of
fice In other words to invite men of
ability to accept nomination for office
They deny that they are opposed to
the direct primary system and on the
other hand claim they are its best
friends They declare that men cap
able of properly filling office do not
seek office and as a result men of in
ferior caliber and professional office
holders are the only ones except on
rare occasions who since the primary
law has been in force have been
presented to the voters as party nom
inees
This thov contend disgusts tho in
dividual voter and results not alone In
frequent defeats at the polls hut will
eventuate In the complete disruption
of the party
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NO FLIES ON TIlE
Bl CANAL JOB
I
I Sams physicians and sanitation ex
perts who are responsible for the
health of the men on the Panama
I canal Job are taking no chances of
infection They have eliminated mos
quitoes and a crusade on tho house
I fly has been started
Tho measures taken to exterminate
j the pest go so far as providing a law
which requires street vendors of con
I fectioner fruits pastry or anything
I else which may draw flies to keep
j their wares covered with wire I
screens I
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I STEEPLE = JACK liAS
A FATAL FALL
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I Chicago July 22After twenty
I years work as a steeplejack en
gaged In the occupation of painting
Hag poles on skyscrapers Charles
Quodback 17 years old foil from the
top of the sixtyfoot flagpole at tho
American league baseball park last
evening It Is believed he will not
recover
I Just before the accident he had
treated the crowd who stood below
i in the street to an exhibition of ac
robatic feats
I FRENCH WOMAN IS TO
MAKE FLIGHT IN AMERICA
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I New Yorjc July 2A French wo
I man one of the four or five women
who have done work In aviation has
j Indicated hor intention of coming to
America shortly for the purpose of at
I tempting a flight from Chicago to
Now York for the prize recently of
fered She Is lime Mathildc Franck
1 the French wife of u British Journal
i ist
I Mine Franck has made several ox
cellent flights recently She flew
II yesterday fourteen miles at Mour
melons without stopping establluh
I ing a record as a woman aviator She
Js at present preparing for a flight
rr ross the English Channel from
Calais to Dover
CLOUDBURST DOES GREAT
DAMAGE IN NEW MEXICO
Raton N M Tub 22A cloudburst
last night at Penl park carried away
night bridges washed out a pile of
railroad track destroyed sawmills
and did much damage to fruit ant
truck farms > Several men wore In
jured In tho wrecking of the Woods
mill I
f RAILROADS WILL BUILD
JOINT DEPOT AT MURRAY
t 1 l Murray Italy 21 According to
plans this city Its to hnye ono of tho
handsomest little railway stations in
tho state rIll new station con tom
plated Js to be erected here by the Or
egon Short Line f Railway company
and will cost 10t00 The site Is now
being chosen When the structure la
completed It will not only be used by
the Oregon Short Line but will also
be the station of the Salt Lako route
Engineers of the company have
been hero for sometime looking over
the ground and from indications work
will begin right away upon the now
depot
GEORGE CRAGHEAD MARRIED
Brigham City July 21 George W
Craghcad a wealthy rancher of this
city was married today to Miss Em
ma Ilarlow all Iowa girl Readers of I
the Standard vlll l > c Interested to
know that this is tho girl after whom I
Craghead1 went to California last
June
OPTViSTllC
is PATTEN
Wheat King Says the
Business Outlook I
Is Good I
New York July 22JaU1cs A Pat
ten who is In New York today pre
paring to leave tomorrow for another
brief vacation in Europe Is optimistic I
regarding the business situation in the I
United States
There is nothing in sight to war I
rant a depression he told his inter
viewers The western speculation in
land was getting to bo dangerous but
tho banks have checked that So was I
the hunger for automobiles
The western banks are in splen I
did shape and getting stronger every
day They have plenty of money for I
legitimate purposes but none for reck
less speculation
I never saw general conditions so
excellent all over the country and
talking rbout the corn crop J can only
say 1 know there are unavoidable
rocks ahead and If tho corn suffers
It will not bo a disaster but a delay
KILLED HIMSELF TO
PREVENT A FORECLOSURE
Hutchinson Kan July 2210
prevent he foreclosure of a mort
gage on his homo W II Israel of
Lewis KnD sha6 nd killed himself
yesterday In a rooming house here
Israel was proprietor of a mer
chandise store at Lewis Under his
hat in the rooming house was found
this note
Dear VICeTake the insurance
and pay off tho mortgage on the
house The store will have to go
I Forgive me
I Another note was found asking
that his body bo burled by Hutchln
spn Masons of which he was a mem
WORlDSMARKTS ber
DROP IN NATIONAL LEAD
AND IN OTHER STOCKS
Now York July 2Inillal sales
today of National Lead and American
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Lead were at an advance of 1 tc 1 1S
respectively over yesterdays closing
price The general list showed some
irregularity but gains were in the
majority Minneapolis St Paul
Sault Ste Marie and International
Harvester rose 1 and Reading Amal
gamated Copper Utah Copper Ameri
can Locomotive and Consolidated Gas
large fractions
Dealings were In moderate volume
National Lead showed fresh weak II
I ness falling to 52 12 or within half I
of yesterdays low prices That stock I
sold off to 5112 in the second hour
and American Smelting to Cl 12
There was a drive against the whole
list at the same time In which Cana
dian Pacific dropped 1 34 Southern
Pacific 2 and American and Amalgamated
t
gamated Copper 1 11
I Bonds were Irregular
I Chicago Livestock I
Chicago July 22 Cattle Receipts
estimated at 5000 market sctady I
I Beeves 500aS40 Texas steers 350a
570 western steers OOOaGSO stock
ers and feeders 115a640 cows and
heifers 2Cr aG65 calves 3 7liaS 75
Hogs Receipts estimated at 12000
I market lOc higher Light 870a910 I
mixed S30aS95 heavy SOOaS75
rough 800aS25 good to choice
heavy S20aS75 pigs S75a910 bulk
of sales SIOaStlo
Sheep Receipts estimated at 12 I
000 market strong Native 200a
125 western 2j60a425 yearlings
lOaG50 lambs native I50a7o0
western 450a750
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Omaha Livestock
Omaha July 22CattleRecolpts I
1100 market strong Native steers
j 475a756 cows and heifers 27on47o
western steers 350 iG2n stockers and
I feeders n7uafi75 calves 400a700
Hogs Receipts 7000 market lOc
I higher Heavy SiraS50 mixed 835
aS45 light S50a8S3 pigs ToOaS 00
Sheep Receipts 1SOO market lOc
higher Yearlings I25a5lft wethdrs
uoOailn ewes 275a375 lambs ClOii
T10
Chicago Produce
Chicago July nuttorStcadY
creameries 23 < gi27c dairies 23 < g > 2Cc
Eggs Steady firsts iSo prime
firsts 17c
Chcese Steady young Americas
l216c long horns 1G1G l4c
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Sugar and Coffee
22SuharRlw
New York July 5unarRaw
Firm mlHCOvadoSD test 38G centri
fugal 96 teat43C molasses sugar
301 refined steady
Coffee Spot steady No 7 Rio
1 S 5S No 1 Santo 9 12
MORMONS
EXPELLED
Thomas Mc Kay of Og
den and 140 Mission
aries Leave Germany
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1 Berlin July 22Herr Dalwltx
Prussian minister of tho interior on
locommundatlon oC the political police I
has signed orders for the expulsion oC
t won t one Mormon missionariesmost
of whom are Americans or English
men and they will be conducted to
to the frontier today The mission
aries had assembled from various
parts of Germany at the Mormon head
quarters on the east side to meet Su
perintendent McKay an American
resident In Switzerland They were
holding a service when an agent of
the political police who was seated
in the audience arose and declared
the gathering dissolved At tho mo
ment several members of the crimin I
al police appeared and virtually took
the congregation in custody The
women were asked to leave the place
and the men were examined as to
their nationality Those found to be
Germans were released while the oth
ers were requested to accompany tho
officers to the police presidencyThere
after further examination they were
permitted to go to their lodgings to
await the Issuance of writs for their
expulsion
The status of Mormons In Germany
was taken up in exchanges by the
foreign office and the foreign embas
sy In 1903 when the government
took the position that the teachings
of the missionaries were subversive
of morality
It was then arranged with the Mor
mon superintendent through tho Am
erican embassy that all Mormon mis
sionaries should withdraw from the
country within a month transferring
the middle European headquarters
from Berlin to Switzerland Subse
quently 140 foreign leaders departed
leaving the German societies with a
total membership of 8000 in the care
of German pastors
The authorities state that in recent
years the Mormons have disregard
ed the understanding of 100 and from
time to time Individual missionaries
have been apprehended and expelled
Jn such Instances they have not ap
I plied to the American embassy for
relief nor made a protest against
I their expulsion
I
ORrION S
All flAMES
Biggest Forest Fire Is
a Hundred Square
Miles in Extent
Seattle Wash July 22 Otlicers of
the steamer Dolphin which arrived
I from Skagway Alaska yesterday
told of tremendous forest fires a hun
dred square miles in extent which
they Judged to be twentyfive miles In
shore from the Strait of Georgia
north of Howe Sound
This wTnmre biggest forest fire I
have ever seen said First Officer
H Deen Wo were nearest to It on
Wednesday afternoon The air was
perfectly still and tremendous clouds
of smoke rose In the form of a cauli
flower narrow at the base and grad
ually spreading all over the heavens
Along the horizon was a broad streak
I of flames Then above that there
seemed to be a little space clear of
smoke and flames 1 judged the
flames to bo several hundred feet
high According to Deens bearing the
nearest town is Sfluamish at the head
of Howe Sound This section of the
country is heavily wooded with fine
timber
liE DECORATED
JOHNSONS HOME
Chicagov July 22The home
coming reception of Jack Johnson
after his defeat of James J Jeffries
at Reno Nov was responsible for
i the filing of a suit for 48 SO in the
municipal court against Robert Molts
by Benjamin Cubic today Motts Is
manager of a theater and Cubic is
a painter and decorator living on the
I South Side
According to Attorney W S New
berger Motts immediately following
Johnbons victory engaged Cuhlu to
I decorate Johnsons residence In prep
aration for the colored pugilists home
coming reception One hundred and
twenty colored horns flags and
flowers were used to decorate tho In
1 tenor of the JoliUKou home said the
i attorney
I When the reception was over Cuhlo
wout to Molls place and asked the
lUtt6r to settle for the work Cuhlo
I Attorney Newborger asserts was
told that Jack Johnson would foot
I the MU1
The lawyer declares that when
I Cuhle later asked Johnson to pay for
the decorations the colored prize
fighter refused declaring that he
was not going to pay for his ownre
ceptjon
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GOLD EXCITEMENT IN r
GEORGETOWN DISTRICT
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< Georg towjiaoo July 22A gold
i strike rewarded as ono ot tbo most
tLl
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WEATHER FORECAST
arb THE INDICATIONS ARE THAT THE
a r
WEATHER WILL BE PARTLY 1 I
J r CLOUDY AND SATURDAY AND COOLER TONIGHT
Entered as Second Class
Important In the history of the local I
district hilt started a rush for upper
Clear Greek The vein which Is three
to five inches wide and covered with
free gold and saId to run several
hundred dollars to the ton was dis
covered by James Beshear
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BUTCHER KNIFE BILL DEAD I
Fort Collins Colo July 23Yord
was received here yesterday of the
death of Captain Ransom P MII s I
at St Petersburg Fla Captain
Miles was a pioneer frontiersman
buffalo hunter and Indian fighter
He was known here as Butcher I
KnIfe Bill
Captain Miles ilrst attracted at
tention In 1876 when he killed Chief
I Whitehorse In repulsing an attack by
Indians upon a freighting crew on Its
I way from the Black Hills to Den
I ver J
crEVDENC
Of MUDR
Second Eullet Has Been
Found in Rawn
Residence
I Chicago July 22The alleged dis
cover yesterday of a second bullet
I in the grate at the homo of the lato
I Ira G Rawn may play an Important
I part in determining tho manner in
I which the dead railroad president met
his death
I
In this discovery members of tho
Rawn family are convinced they have
the evidence that will remove the
I last doubt as to tho circumstances
t that led up to his death It Is the
cllrchlng argument they bclleve
supporting their theory that Mr
Rawns revolver was discharged at
a burglar and that It was a bul
let from the intruders weapon that
took his life
I Insurance officials who are inves
tigating the caso Independently be
I cause of his 5147000 worth of life
and accident insurance refuse to
voice any definite opinion If their
inquiry should disclose that Mr
ended his life the accident policies
aggregating 105000 would probably
become worthless
i If the second bullet Is found the
numlfcr theory is made much strong
er said Coroner Hoffman last night
EXCAYI11N6 ALONl
rUE ANAfiIA CANAL
Washington July 23 Notwith
standing that the precipitation during
the rainy month of June 1910 In Pan
ama was almost double that in the
months of June 1909 and 1908 the
work of excavating in the Panama
canal exceeding by 200000 cubic
yards the excavations in the corre
sponding period of the previous years
This fact was made known In a re
port to the war department on the
progress of the canal operations r
As an Indication of the great strides
being made In the work the report
showed that in June 1904 the excava
tions amounted to 32551 cubic yards
as compared to 1305141 cubic yards
taken out last month
DEATH OF WELL KNOWN
SOUTH DAKOTA ATTORNEY
Sioux City S D July 22Hosmer
S Keith speaker of tho last terri
j tonal congress and one of tho best
i known attorneys of this state died
j today aged 64
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WIND SAVESI i I
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THE TOWN
Hoquiam Hotel an
Other Buildings Il i
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Destroyed
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Iloquiam Wash July 22rhe Ho r
qnlam hotel a fashionable apartment
I house caught fire at 120 this morn I
I Jng and sot all of the buildings with
in six hundred feet ablaze and only
a change of the wind saved the bus
iness section of the town from what
seemed certain destruction
All guests of the hotel about a doz rl
en In number were obliged to leap I
from the windows Charles Green
za a tallyman and Look Wing the a
hotel cook were badly hurt by Jump
Ins and wore also seriously burned
Two men arc missing Besides these
It is reported that William Ruston lo
cal secretary of the Eagles was burn
ed In the building but this is uncer
tain The New York hotel two
blocks away filled with visiting state I
bankers was on fire two or three a
times and the guests ran out In night I
attire I
The Northern Pacllic depot caught
fire at 2 oclock and passenger coaches
and freight cars were run out of the
yards At 230 the fire was thought
to be under control
The damage will run over 100000
I Two Lvcs Lost
I Iloquiam Wash July 2Two lives
were lost and two persons arc
thought to be missing In a spectacu I
lar fire which destroyed the Hotel
Iloquiam early today The loss was
35000
Mrs Mary Olsen 77 years old and
an unknown man are dead Tho
missing are two workingmen whoso
names are unknown
Charles L Cragojura Aberdeen
injured his back and Look Wing a
Chinese cook is serious hurt Both
Jumped from a second story window i
The unknown man who was killed I
was photographed as he stood in an
upper window shouting for help and
as he fell back to death the flames
furnished the light for the photo 1
graph
The city is crowded with members
of the Washington State Bankers ap
rsociation and their wives They wera
called from their rooms at nearby
hotels on account of the Imminence of
the danger and many of them hurried
out In night attire
UIAM OND Of r
LARGE SZt I
Carats and d
Weighs 191 an I I
Was Found at the
Premier Mine 1I
New York July 22A fine white
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diamond weighing 191 carats and
worth 150000 uncut is the latesr j
find at the Premier mine in South
Africa according to advices which
reached Maiden Lane dealers this
week The stone is described as ab
Bolutely flawless measuring two
inches long by about threefourths of
an Inch thick It tapers in breadth
from one and one fourth inches to
threefourths of an inch
A Maiden Lane expert said that 1
judging from the description of the
uncut stone the largest perfect dia 1
mond that could be cut from it would I
be pearshaped The finished stone I
will probably rank anon the worlds I
famous gems When cut the diamond I
should he worth at least 200000
The Premier mine became world
famous In 1905 when tho Cullinan dia
mond was discovered by Mr Wells I
This gem tho largest ever found
weighed 3032 carats in the rough It
was cut into smaller stones and pre
sented tc the late King Edward VII
by the Transvaal government
PAPKE TilE FIGHTER i
HAS A ROMANCE i
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1
Buffalo N Y July 22BII1 Pap
ke middleweight boxer Wednesday
night was married by the Rev Ethan
Curtiss of the Niagara Square Con
gregational church to Miss Edna E j
Pulver of Hamilton Oont
The marriage of Papke and Miss
Pulver Is tho culmination of a ro
mance Miss Pulvers family Is t
wealthy and had mode arrangements
two weeks ago for Miss Pulver and
hor sister with her mother and fa
ther to sail for Europe for a conti
nental trip to last three months
The young woman however and an
other plan and when Papko drove
up to her door Wednesday in his
racing automobile she Jumped in and
a few hours later they were across
the border and a halt bout Inter Miss
Pulver was Mrs William Papke
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Oo Belleville III July 22 oO
C hanging of Robert Marlin u 0
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