OGDEN. TIIE MOUSING EXAMINEE: LTAIU ft MIAST VOKXiXG, MTTOSEH 19C5. 14, I THROUGH special arrangement with The Bucks Stove & Range Company, we are able to make the fairest and most extraordinary stove offer ever made to the buying public of Ogden. The Offer We will send to any home in the city or vicinity, a Buck's range, cook toTe or heater. After it has been used for thirty days, if it does not prove to be what it really ia the bent and most satisfactory atove made we will remove it without charge, and will refund any and all money paid on it. If at the end of thirty days, the stove has proved itsit merits, may be paid for under our liberal payment plan, or in one payment as you choose. - The , Guarantee We will give you our written guarantee that we will do as we aay. ' See the certificate in our window. s This offer ia based upon our eonlideuee and knowledge of Bucks stores and ranges. We know' that these Hanges and Heaters are without rivals, and we are so sure ol the attractiveness of this offer, that we are making pre i jwratious io do the biggest stove business this fall that has ever been done in Ogden. t The Time Limit . We expect to put hundreds of BuckV stoves iu hundreds of Ogden homes within the next thirty days. 1 Will yours be one of them? This offer stands good' for thirty days only. 1 Let us seud you a stove today, while the assortment is lane. Any stove ordered during this sale will be held for future delivery these terms. 9 Most Liberal Terms Furniture & Ogden boss, went outside the party to Heal of labor and much aacrlflcw oo And a aultahle candidate fur county the part of many of the workers In attorney, although men of the etamp Washington, to draft a civil servlet REPUBLICAN NATIONAL TICKET. of Davla and Horn, at rang party work-er- a pension bill, which may not he per and efriiMit laborers for the prin- feel In Its details. but la a king way For President in 1908. cipled of the parr, willing to ahead of nothing at all. The bill THEODORE ROOSEVELT. nomination. the This hirefiy to create a fund by a out act accept of Nw York. nf pulltiral abortion would have been small monthly levy on the salary of REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. efficient to have defeated the ticket each clerk. By Judlrlnui Investment had It not ben duouied by reason of this sum will be sufficient at the end For Roprosontatlvo In Congroso l nf three years to retire some of ths the dominating Influence of JOSEPH HOWELL. and Beaman. older clerks, who are now kept pracOne of the disgruntled Democrats. tically aa panilonara on the bounty of Fa Juotleo of Supremo Court JOSLPH E. FRICK. In expressing bis disgust over the ac- the government without any warrant tion of the convention in naming in law. A time passes, the drala DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Skeen for county attorney, said: upon thla fund will become greater, ! "What encouragement ia there fur a hut the fund Itself will grow more Thr Democratic ticket, ee nomi- man to be a Democrat in thla county than in proportion, and the nctuaries, nated yesterday, Is mode up of and sacrifice bis lime and money for who hare worked up the plan from and three (lentil.. When the party. If iuterlupeia. political up- carefully prepared mortuary tables, the Republican named eight Mormons starts and small-soule-d rascals, taking have assured the association that it and seven Gentile the Salt loUte Trib- advantage of a popular outcry, can will he sufficient to meet the drain une end Hmald coiled the ticket a play the demagogue and. by the aid upon It without requiring any grant church affair. of a confederate or two within our from the I'nltcd States treasury. Both county eniiiiiii.aioiiers on tin party; have the party turned over to Other countries, without exception, Democratic tirket an- from the oily. hint.'' hare found that some form of civil Rlctuml wo the high mogul C Our sympathy pin out to those pension list was not only a moral but Most of the convention, and hi will wait Democrats who feel they have been an set us! ncresslt;. governand rail met Imposed upon and that their party Is ments aid their employes In carrying law. Ill every with a response. For twenty years about to he disintegrated by a misal- such a list and some governments ashis family fed at the public rrili anil liance moot offensive and diesusttng. sume the responsibility altogether. now the Honorable wees hlmaelf. In his but it has always been that Demor-raeWith our huge war pension list, condream of greatness. foi twenty more could he depended upon in do gress has for year fought shy of ny . the wrong thing at the right Mma, suggestion for a civil pension alio, year, a dispenser of public- pap. hut I is believed the plan worked on John Seaman ably assisted C. C. will meet the requirements in the esse PENSION FOR EMPLOYES. Richards; In fart, the convention wan without Imposing any drain upon the Richards and Beaman. Roth men are Government employes in the classi- tveasury. Senator Perkin of the sen-tthoroughly pessimistic and toured, an the I'nited much no that they never have a good fied services all over civil service committee, ha alto word for anyone, except those who States will learn with a good deal of ready appointed a are wUltng to be their creatures; and Interest that the I'ntted States Civil take up the matter when congress that ia why men of the opposite party Service Retirement association has meets, and auch members of the other are always, in their eyes, thieves and started In early un Its campaign be- house a Burton of Ohio and Charles have promised that the bill pickpockets; and that ia why. their fore rongress. and that, there are X. speeches before the convention weru likely to be things doing all through shall receive fair consideration In the the short session. The retirement - house. The campaign of education so Intemperate and abusive. Law wtl- The ed(V 9 uirinsv. of which the i the ittrlaitnu o' mt leaders la the movement has already spent more than their fair share. They have accordingly sent out a circular of appeal Tor membership, which in other words means financial assistance, filing the dues at 2 cents a year. They are hopeful that civil penalon legislation will be passed at the cuming session. This is rather doubtful, bui there Is no question bout the need tor such legislation, and although It may pave to wait for a year or two. it la certain to event- the THE EXAMINER pro-poa- Rh-han- I ! - l - e iwi'-entfnn- . s Senator Tillman' passport act probably would work all right till some morning Tillman forgot hi and waa held up by a political enemy whu refused to recognise him. Co, cided vlawa on iho subject. They have recently taken definite actio and at their inte convention In to started the ball rolling, which will gather impetus with time. Milwaukee and 8L Louis, aa the grcai At a recent meeting In Birmingham, center of the brewing Industrial Mr. Rockefeller recommends the use England, the Metal Trades Federation have been selected aa the Initial battM of Great Britain was formed. Thla ground. of oil on the roads to do away with federation will bring under one head la the dust. Thla contrary to hla gen- the unions of men In all parts of the The glass bottle blowers of Indita-npoll- i erally understood practice nf wing the kingdom who work at. ihe metal hav been organised and atari trades, from Iron plate works lo wtlh seventy-tw- o oil to get the dust. members. Labor Notes The affllliarkm will have a membership of about SUU.UOO. The statement that the Introduction An effort ia being made to thorof denatured alcohol will stimulate the watch arse entrade la mostly wrong. It ia so fixed oughly organize After a year of patient work, the gravers in the Culled States and that It will not stimulate any trade Canada, New York prdioe think they have a that of the undertaker and the clue to the gang of thlerea who have except With the exception of aome of the coroner. been robbing one of the hotels there. railway organisations, the brick layers and maons is the largest national or Pretty at erage quick work for New That aiur.v of Minister Qiiwadaa International union not affiliated with York policeman. about President 1'nlnia retiring penni- the A. F. of L. less may have luen put out for the The Bomb Australian Tobacco Father Howie says that the Lord benefit of either the ordered him m abandon his Mexican tax collector or Gov.revolutionists, the Workers' union has decided to readier a union label for all tobacco made Magoon. prnji-t-r- . Wonder If President Diaz hv union labor. doe ui iliink lie deserves a little of The advantage thnt the President A strike ie an st. the mines r the credit' aw in Judge Mnaoun over Gov. p nle, B. I'. Nine hundred are out. for the t'ulisn-li- d job is that London rip.i-eheannounce that a When tin- census of 1mui waa Judge Mngnnn is 1ST pounds the hear, virgin coal tieli has been discovered the lot. number, of child. laborerta(on In a billion in England the coun'ry wg. 1,709.0011. m1 is worth 11 ia fRtt mated suth-ultby competent dollars if worked, lxroks as .that Acocrdrag ti til published reports, the number today i lose to 3.lW0,ono. were beginning Mrs. Plan has found though 'he an that eay to work !i a:i right. and sn essr husband are by no V estimated that the Fannan' union has a membership of nisns synouotnns quantities. MO in th cotton growing Our ears m;n deceive u. but. Senathe south alone. tor Bailey certainly sounds as though girt that Senator Platt has received he were making a noise like a corpor- on the Hnnuunrement of hia intended ation attorney. 1X5 locale throughout resigns i ion. there have not yet been era ns country, ami h about 9740,000 I fuund any in the handwriting of Ir the PrPt,e'l Plan x The are that the Mobile B. B. Odell. wSflk' approval of the rnernbe lynrhers wiii lie pnnhhed to the full a local factory wl Five thousand male wage earners started Incooperative extent of the law as li is adminisconnection wl'h each are vim of work at Ihe present time tered ill Mnhi',1-in Melbourne, Australia, and 50.000 r'V hate bee people tn Victoria are existing beow lone time In the " iimna ihr sumwrmis letters of r l'r Pfivm-t!i ,,f ,'1"1'1 l"h"r ami nolii pmi ually pass. twain-Mormo- le-i--k Carpet Win-thro- I I I Your Credit is Good s . y bs 'T The Conductors' and Motor DiesV union gained 4,000 members the past twelve months Duck workers la Baltimore are The federal grand Jury at Knoxville, Tenn., la Investigating peonage charges against railroad contractors. Walla walls, Wash., trades unto lata hare made their first payment ca their new labor temple, Thd Garment Worker' onion h tha largest ia the United State, which I composed chiefly of - - Oigartnaker have recently chartered new unions in .Manitoba ana Wisconsin. . .Canadian trade union circles era now being stirred by a proposition V form an body which would necessitate their withdrawal from ths American Federation of Labor.- According to the records of the depart ment of labor, the total number of labor' organisations in Canada ia twit ia reported that there are continual collisions between troop and strikers at Grenoble. France, and several on both aides have been wounded. The strike movement ia extending. - The- - Amalgamated Association Electric Railway Employes la pledge to arbitration of all disputes hefcr usnewdinc work.