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M BOY STEALS AN
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I Proves to be an Inexperienced Chauffeur and Steers Into a Ditch
1 Is Aiding the Hour of Trouble Only to Meet
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I f Roland Pearson a fltcen yeur old
boy is locked In the county jail
charged with stealing an automobile
The machine Is owned by Dr L H
Crawshaw and was talccu from tho
Fair Grounds Immediately after tho
iCler Thomas fight of last night
ouug Pearson admits that ho Is the
guilt one arid says that he took tho
car because hohad no other convey
ance in which to ride down town
Pearson Is the son of a lady who
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resides on Twentyeighth street The
4 mother soems to have lost all control I
i over tho boy and for the past week
I according to his own story he bas
I not slept under tho parental roof nor I
even Been his mother
He stated to the arresting officer
f that he had learned to operate an
J automobile from loatIng around a j
i garage Young Pearson however 1j
not an adept in tho driving of a oar
oar
I and It was this fact which led to I
I his capture i
Dr Crawshaw In leaving his car
1 f In tho Fair Grounds took the plug i
Ii JA W BROKEN
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j i Terry Kellers Jaw when examined
i by a physician shortly after tho fight
lastoiight was found to bo broken In
I two places The fracture which will
I f give tbe Ogden boy tho most trouble i
Is near tho Joint of the lower mash
I lary with tho uppormaxillary on the I
t rightslde Tho other breaks about
halfway hetwtwn the Joint and the I
t point of the chin also ontho right
l side Terry gamely says he could
have gone on fighting had It not been
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for the fracture near the ear
I Both of the fracturestoro reduced
f by Dr C F Osgood the dentist who
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after ho had set tho bones said ho
I believed Keller would ho In condition
I to enter tho ring again In three or
I four months Keller Is stopping at I
I I the Hot Springs resort but his man
ager Charley Cleaver says it Is likely I
that thoy will lone for San Francisco
tomorrow
Terry says tho blow that crushed
his maxillary was delivered by Thom
as in tho twelfth round after about
two minutes of fighting It was a
shnrt left hook delivered during some
Infighting It was not a hard blow
but reached Terrys jaw with a down
ward moUon tho Jaw when it received
the Impact being relaxed this doubt
loss caused the fracture I
All I want Is a return match with
Thomas or a fight with Ketchel I I
was just getting Into action In tho
twelfth round last night and believe
that I would havo stopped Thomas I
before the limit had It not been for
the accident to my Jaw I will foe In
tho game again just as soon as my
jaw permits I
This statement was made by Terry I
this afternoon In rather muffled
tones as It is impossible for him to
move his jaws and his lips are some
what swollen
I Thomas is back in Salt Lake City
r and while ho has no marks of the
fight with Keller It Is believed that
he realizes the Ogden youth world
have proved a mighty hard proposi
tion for him had fate not lent him her
ald It is expected that the Ogden fans I
will see Terry In action again within 1
six months as It Is understood that
f Roc Shumway Is expecting to arrange
another bout for the youth In this
city as soon as the boy Is able to en
ter the ring
Charley Cloever said this morning
that he Is certain Terry would havo
I won last nights bout had the accident
I to his Jaw not taJcen place Torn
I doesnt begin to fight until after the
tenth round said Clccver T know
for Ive watched him in a score of
n fights He was getting better right
along and Thomas was growing tired
rho kid would have put him away be
t foretbo finishthats my honest opin
ion
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J Free Dance Tuesday Thursday and
1 Saturday Good transportation from
end of car Hue Special trout and
chicken dinner
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I WESTERN FEDERATION
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i Denver July 291ho session of
the Western Federation of Miner
I wastoday given over to a discussion
of cliangin the constitutional pro
I Mslon relating to the election of of I
ficers Tho proposition to nominate
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out of the electric box and put It In
his pocket Dr C P Osgood who
I also had a machine tho grounds
rid not take this precaution Youn
Pearson took the plug from the Os
good machine placed It In the other
machine and drove the car out of the
grounds A short distance from the
Fair Grounds entrance he ran the
machine Inlo a ditch and could not g t
It Into the road again Another auto
1st seeing the boys predicament
helpedhim start tho car On Twenty
ninth street between Wall and Paci
fic nyuuue Pearson by his poor man
agement of tho steering wheel toro
off a tiro and was forced to abandon
the machine The car was found lat
erand the owner notified
Deputy Sheriff Murphy who wan
detailed on tho case was Informed
by the autolst who had helped young
Pearson In his first difficulty which
gave the officers a cluo leading to
the arrest of Pearson The boy made
little effort to deny the theft
Just what will be done with tho
boy has not been decided
1 the officers In convention and then
submit their election t oa referen
dum vote was defeated Then an
amendment providing that tho officers
II
cers be both nominated and elected
by the mombersshlp came up and
this was still being debated at 2
clock this afternoon lit was as
serted although not openly that
this amendment had tho backing of
the Industrial Workers of the World
uho sought thereby to bring about the
defeat of President Moyer
I NOTICE
On and after this date the under
rigiied will not pay any debts con
tracted by my wife or family without
written order J J McKINNON
July 28 1910
ACCIDENT At
I DEAT 5 OF
l CROFT
A coroners jury under the direc
tion of Judge Murphy assisted by
County Attorney Jensen and a num
ber of attorneys representing differ
ent parties Interested today called I
witnesses to testify regarding the en i
act cause of tho death of George A
Croft who was accidentally electro
cuted Saturday July 23 on Twentv
fourth street near Jefferson avenue
r by coming In contact with a live wire
of the Utah Light Railway com
pany
I The members of the jury are W L
I Buswell Hyrum A Shupe and A 11
Rogers The state is represented by
I County Atoruey David Jensen who Is
conducting the examination H R
MacMIlkm of Salt Lake represents
the Dell Telephone company Charles
Hollingsworth is looking after the In
ter sts of the Utah Light Railway
vompany and the firm of Ilalvcrson
to Pratt Is assisting In the Investiga
tion in behalf of tho widow Mrs
Croft
The object of the Investigation Is
to place the responsibility for the ac
cident it being contended by some
I that both the Vtah Light Railway
company and Cell Telephone company
l were responsible and by others that
I the blame lies with the light company
and still others that the Boll Tele
phone company should not have per
mitted Mr Croft to work on the line
at the place where the accident oc
curred
There will be a number of wit
nesses to hear from and it seems
probable that the examination will
take all of today and a part of to
morrow
The only witness examined so far
is Danville Decker local manager for
the Utah Light Railway company
He slated before the jury that on the
day of the accident Immediately after
it occurred ho visited the scene for
the purpose of ascertaining who was
killed and whether it was an accident
He said he did not
no climb the pole on
which deceased lost his life and could
not say as to the relative position of
the wires belonging to the Utah Light
Railway company and the Boll
Telephone company It was a combi
nation pole carrying both iijht and
telephone wires and the light wires
were above tho telephone wires The
light wires carried 2300 volts of dice
deity on the day of the accident and
undoubtedly the entire voltage passed
throug htho body of Mr Croft It was
the opinion of Mr Decker that the
light wires wore about two feet above
the telephone wires and could easily
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H TONIGHT
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Twentyii Grant
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be reached by Mr Croft from tho 1
telephone wires
When asked whether the agreement
ibctwecu the light company and tho
telephone pecpic did not stipulate
that the wires of the two companies
should be from five to seven feet
apart he said that he could not toll
without looking at the articles of
agreement He was asked to present
the agreement to the Jury
MI Deckor stated that a drawing
of the polo showing the relative po
sitions of the wires and the position
of the cross arm on which the de
ceased was worlng when he was
killed had been made and forwarded
to the headquarters of his company at
Salt Lake Ho said that he made no
personal Investigation of the physical
conditions of the combination polo
because he did not consider It neces
sary The only report he had to
make was as to the killing of the man
and the probable cause
06DEN UNiON
REFUSES TO
STRIKE
Vice President Whalen of the In
ternational Brotherhood of Electrical
Workers has issued an order to the
locals at Billings Mont and at Og
den calling the members of these
unions on strike In sympathy with tho
wiremen of Salt Lake who have been
out for several months
The proposition was considered by
both locals and after putting the mat
ter to a vote decided not to strike
claiming that the strike In Salt Lake
was not justified and that the strike
had not been handled In the proper
BEGGARSENTENCE way
TO CAiN GANG
Most of he offenders before Judge
Murphy this morning were knights of
the road who are charred with vag I
rancy and mendicancy coupled with
drunkenness Tho charges against I
home people were largely violations
of the speed ordinances of the city j
and one of gambling
Arthur Pollard pleaded guilty to
the charge of drunkenness and ho beg
ged the court for clemency stating
that this was his first offense in this
cty The court sentenced him 10 pay
a fine of 5 or serve fhc days In the
city jail Arthur Is without means
and he will be at work this afterncon
with the chain gang
Ed Mm dock told the court that he
is a begs ar bunt that nu nas not long
practiced his trade In this city and he
thought that because of ths fact he
should be permlttsd to SD unpunished
I should give you TO days but n
th circumstances 1 will let you off
with ten days at hard labor in the
city Jail A man of your physique and
good health ousht to bo ashamed to
bed from other people Go to
work on tho chain gang and see
if you can earn your board frr a few
days said tho judge in passing sen
tence
Ben Brown was sentenced to serve
leu days In jail upon his plea of guilty
of vagrancy I
lu the ciao of the City vs Charles
Policy and Roy Lambert the city was
not ready for trial and It was post I
poned until tomorrow morning The
men pleaded not guilty
After hearing the statement of Of
ficer Lever and that of the defendant
the court ordered John Costello to
stand asidc until a further investiga I
tion could be made regarding him
The man was charged with vagran
cy but his statements were so ramb
ling a question arose In the judges
mind as ta whether the defendant Is
mentally sound
C S Clark and Lloyd Wilcox failed
to appear and answer the charges of
exceeding the speed limit wall their
automobiles and their bonds In the
sum of S10 each were declared for
feited
Charles Crelghbaum William Jones
and Joseph Prebo hero arraigned on
he charge of gambling and were
each sentenced to pay a fine of 100
SECRET DWUlGED
BY CLOSE fRIEND
E H Ward of the firm of Ward
Black has done something that will
rather surprise his friends Those
however who arc intimately acquaint
ed with him will not bo surprised In
the least for they have for some time
susplcioned that Tommy was on the
verge of discarding his bachelors de
gree and taking up the work of a hen
edict
The change was made Tuesday
night when Mr Ward led Mls Maud
Clifford to the altar and made her his
wife The marriage ceremony was
performed In Salt lake and It was
Intended to bo a profound secret
Through the generosity or Huh Black
Mr Wards partner however tho sec
ret has been divulged
Mr and Mrs Ward will make thoir
home In Ogden and will ho at homo to
their many friends at theh new resi
dence on Thirtyfirst street about
September 1st
Mr Ward Is well known In this cltv
having been connected with the Fal
staff Cafe for a number of yearn and
Mrs Ward is among the popular
young ladles of Ogdon She came to
O dell about four years ago and has
since ben head clerk of the O D Ras
mussen store on Washington avenue
GRANT lfAVES TIlE
RIGHAROSOGRAr T GO r
Mr F E Grant of the firm of
RichardsonGrant Co The Crockery
People resigned his position as Sec
rotary of said company yesterday and
has flovorod all connections with the
firm Mr Grant makes no statement
as to his future Intentions
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To orrowi t the last day 01 r v
rights Summer Sale
IOR die crowds of tomorrow we have prepared
1 extra help For tomorrow should be a busy day
the closing of a history making sale Without stint
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without thought of reserve the prices on all things are
lowered until seven oclock tomorrow night
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CAEHt f llT IIN
SAt TLAJE
After stealing a horse and saddle
from A Taylor at Willard Utah malt
ing three different horse trades be
tween Ogden and Salt Lake and be
ing chased fQr an hour over fences
and across Ics in the southern part
of Salt Lake DeKRosele was arrested
at 750 lost night Policeman Ilor
Heath and Inkeu to the Salt Lake po
lice station where he was hooked on
a charge of theft
Moses Barney of Spanish Fork start
ed from his home for Idaho In a wag
on early In the week Early Wednes
day morning while driving between
Layton and Kaysvlllc he was accosted
by Del Rosele and asked to trade
horses When the offer to trade was
made Roelo stated the horse he was
rifling was too large for road work
and that he desired to secure a small
er one The trade was made and
Barney continued on his way When
he reached Willard he was stopped by
A Taylor and told that one of the
horses which nufde up his team be
longed to him Taylor and that It had
boon stolen from his barn Tuesday
night
Seeing that he was in bad Barney
offered no resistance He left his re
maining horse and wagon at Tllard
and returned to Ogden Here he noti
fied the siterlftttoflce and a deputy
sheriff was sent with him to Salt Lake
Recognizes His Horse
While passing Becks Hot Springs
on the train Barney recognized his
horse standing in a small grove of
trees near a campers wagon The
deputy sheriff was told that lie horse
In the grove t vas ho one which lie
had traded As soon as they reached
Salt Iako City they reported to Sher
iff J C Sharp1 < > puty Sheriff R L
Eddlngton was sent with Barney and
the deputy from Ogden to Becks Hot
Springs When they reached the
springs they learned that Barneys
horse had been traded for another
horse to the camper The horse how
ever for which the trade had been
made was left with the camper he
being told by Rosole that he would re
turn latar to got It
The Ogden deputy was left at Becks
to watch for Rosclo and Deputy Ed
dlngton and Barney returned to Salt
Lake A search was made among
the horse traders for Rosole but when
no trace could be found cf him Bar
ney started for tho homo of his sis
ter Mrs A Snow near Eleventh South
and Main streets
As he neared Tenth South and Main
streets he saw Rosele with C J
Barlh Stepping up to him he Inquir
ed about the horse As soon as Ros
recognized the man with wham he
had made the original trade ho broke
and ran Barncj followed The two
rrn through lots over fences and In a
zigzag fashion among the short
streets until they reached Eighth
South and Main streets Here Rosole
jumped a fence As he was going
over Barney grabbed him bin being
weakened by the long run he was un
able tj hold his man The two again
started north on West Temple street
Barney shouted to a crowd of men in
the street to stop the horse thief
Policeman In Pursuit
As they neared the middle of bo
block Policeman Horace Heath who
lives at 722 South West Temple street
heard the shouting and ran Into the
house for his revolver Ho shot at
the fleeing Roaelo which however
had no effect With the excitement
caused by the shol a larger crowd took
after Rosele and he was finally over
taken
When arrested Rosele was carrying
two largo rocks
At ho police station Rosele refuse
to talk The sheriffs office of Weber
county was notified
Doputv Sheriff Hutchons believes
that tills fellow Is tho man who a row
nights ago stole a buggy and harness I
from Nelson the South Washington
street blacksmith A close question
ing of lime man In the Salt Lake City
jail fulled to bring out anything that
vould connect him with this theft
Hulchens returned to Ogden last
nlht but did not bring the prisoner
with him The sheriff of Box Eider
county was Informed of hc mans ar
rest this morning and went to Salt
Lake to get him
V A TIGAN REFUSES
1To RtVISf DECREE I
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PARIS July SA special from
Madrid today says tho Spanish govern
meat has received from the Vatican
as categorical refusal to proceed with
the negotiations for revision of the
concordat unless the Imperial decree
oClulle10 which authorized nonrc
llglous societies to display tho insig
nia for public worship Is withdrawn
The correspondent adds that Ire
mler Canalejas Is resolved not to ylold
this point and will advlso King Alfon
so to recall Senor De Ojcde the Span
Ish Ambassador to the Vatican and
holy see I
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DENHTES
CAU1T
TROUT
S
Joseph Thomas of Last Thomas
I and family have returned from a pleas
ant outing in Idaho They have been
away from home three weeks during
which time they were the guests of
Mr and Mrs H C Wood at Spencer
Idaho They were Joined by M S
Browning during the latter part of
their Alslt and he returned with thorn
Mr Thomas states that tho party
were royally entertained by Mr Wood
and his wife and that tho time was
pleasantly passed In fishing and In the
enjoyment of outdoor life In nil of Its
phases The fishing Is beyond descrip
tion the party catching as many as
I 385 trout In a single day The Idaho
streams near Spencer arc literally fill
ed with trout
Aside from fishing the party was
taken over the mountains In automo
biles where night camping was Indulg
ed In and a little shooting parllcipat
ed in The grouse are so plentiful
that it Is an aggravation to see them
at this time of year when shooting
Is prohibited by law
1 The men have returned to Ogden
with brown faces and blistered noses
but they are loud In their praise of the
hospitality of their hostesses and of
the many splendid events that occur
red during the slay at tho Wood home
Mr Thomas states lhat It was n I
common thing for them 10 catch trout
weighing 3 and 12 pounds each
ROYAL NEIGHBORS
The members of Excelsior Camp j
No 3240 are requested to meet with
the Salt Lake delegation at The Her
mirage Sunday uly 31 The train will
arrive from Salt Lake about II oclock
By the Recorder
GUS HfINZ MUST
APPfAR H COURT
BOSTON July 28When the suits
of F Augustus Ilelnze of New York
and others against A D F Adams a
Boston broker and other bankers and I
brokers of tiilp ctyx over tho posses
sion of bonds of the Ohio Copper com
pany came before Justice Henry S
Braley In the Massachusetts Supremo
Court today the justice declared that
unless Helnze appeared In the Mas
sachusetts courts by September 1 next
the court might modify the Injunction
I against the defendants and permit
them to sell the bonds In question
Adams Is only a nominal defendant
In the case Tho real defendants are
said to be bankers and brokers with
whom Adams deposited the bonds as
collateral for loans Hearings In the
case have been held before S Rock
wood Hall master In chancery dally
since SQPtember 1 but Helnze has not
appeared to give his testimony
SOLD FIRE WATER
TO INDIAN BRAVES
Salt Lake July 2LLuclnn IL J
Smyth deputy United States marshal
William E Johnson special Indian
agent and William M McCrea as
sistant Ulntcd States district attor
ney have just returned from the
Shevwit Indian reservation where
thoy made throe Important arrests I
Two arrests were of while men I
charged with selling liquor to an In
dan and one was of an Indian chaig
cd with a statutory crime
IXJstcr A McQiinrrle a blacksmith
at St George Is charged with having
introduced and sold liquor on the In
dian reservation on December 11 and
13 and W D Xowlon is charged
with soiling liquor lo the red men at I
Leeds on January 4 Tho product al
leged to have been disposed of Is I
Dixie wine a product of Utahs
Dixie land which Is a very powerful
Intoxicant This wine was partially
responsible for limn killing of John I
Rico by Tom Rice who was recent s
ly convicted of manslaughter In thu
federal court and Is now serving I
lime In the federal prison at Leaven
worth Kansas
Both parties In these cases demand I
vl Immediato hearings and were
tried before Unlled Stales Commis
sioner Francis L Daggett at St
George July 25 and 26 They were
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rcloaocd under GOO bonds each and
held to await the action of the grand
I jury In November
Indian Bird a Pluto Indian was
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arrested charged with carnal knowl
i edije of a 13vcarold girl Ho admits
his guilt claiming the girl was giv
I en him by hor grandmother Tho
I prosecution In this case la made In
I an endeavor to put a stop to the prac
I tice among the Indians of giving
away their daughters Ho waived
examination and was brought to Salt I
Luke by Deputy Marshal Smyth and
lodged In tho county jail to await the
action of tho grnnd Jury
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10 V E R 7000
Of SCUOOL
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The city school census enumerators
will finish their work Monday evening
but will be given until August 10th
to mako their reports It is stated
at school headquarters that the work
has boon efficiently done having been
I conducted by the principals nt the
various schools and there Is certain
I ty expressed by the schoohnen that
the population has materially Increas
ed since the taking of the last census
Tho count cannot be officially given
at this time but It Is safe to say that
the school population of the city this
year will not fall short of 7000 and It
I may be a little higher The popula
tion last year was C7nO and the enum
I
erators have already reached a point
in the census taking to Justify the con
clusion that this number will be ex
ceeded by at least 250
The principals of HIP schools wero
called upon to attend to tho taking of
the census because the board of edu
cation desired that a correct count
should be made and they felt that
there were none others In the city
who could mako the reckoning so
thoroughly as the pedagogues who
arc acquainted with the school pop
ulation
Tho work has been In progress since
July 15th and the enumerators say
that when the counting Is finished
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next Monday night August Eat all
the students of school age will be on
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HOLDUPS IN Y
MURPHY > I YS
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Frank Bell and Boll Rio two half r
breed Indians wero arraigned before
Judge Murphy this morning charged r
with robbery two complaints being
filed against them They wero placed
I under a bond of 500 each pending a I
preliminary hearing When asked If
they desired to walvo their prelimin t
ary hearing both men answered hi
tho negative their demeanor indicat
ing that they wore quite at homo In a
court room
The two complaints allege that on
July 23rd the defendants with drawn
revolvers held up and robbed William
Clark and N S Lofgren of 960 the
robberies hoing perpetrated at two
different places during the same night r
Other holdups were reported to the
police station that night and al i
though the officers cannot connect J
Bell and Rio with them they fool cer J
tain that the men committed all of
them The men were arrested the i
following day aud were recognized by
Clark and Lofgrcn The officers look
upon the two men as experienced rob
bers
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14 Sept 102 34a78 Dec 104 11
a3S May 108 lSal4
Corn July 61 78 Sept 62 12
Dec 60 lSal4 Dec 60 14
Oats July 38 31 Sept 36 7S Dec
38 18 May 40 5S
Pork Sept 2105 Jan 10Sall2 12
Lard July 1155 Sept 1157 12a t +
1160 Nov 1147 12 jfr
Ribs July 11C7 12 Sept 11 37 IT
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New York July 21Moner on call I is
easy 1 I2a2 per cent ruling rate f
and closing bid 1 31 por cent of l
fared at 2 per cent f >
Time loans dull and easier 60
days 3 llal2 per cent 90 days 1 I
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Metal Market
New York July 29 Standard cop
her firm spot 1210al225 Sept
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Silver 53 14
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