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EXAMINEE, OGDEN, UTAII. THE MOUSING Specialist caaauKatiaa far any Chronic Olaaaaa af any aaaaa ar aatura. Every aaaa guaranteed. A Partial list ci Diseases Corel Cincinnati Chicago Fifth race, five . New York. April Rarely 4a Mill May Button played in belter form than she showed la winning the final of the mixed doubles this afternoon. She kept the ball crossing the net at such a lively rote that Win. A. Lamed, who was partnered by Mis Nora lselin, on the opposite side, was frequently outplayed at his own favorite hota. Mis Sutton waa supported by T. R. Pell aud the pair woa the contest in three straight seta by 6 2 and the score of Miss Suttons service was so speedy That Lamed waa Wary of lt, while Mis. Ielin was several time unable to do anything with It. Ouee the ball waa going Miss Sutton got Into position for swift volleying at close range Lamed and the girt had some hotlv o' fought exchanges. Quirk change pace often caught lamed off bis guard, although he was able to retail ate by a number of splendid played passes. 30. -- H.H.E. Brooklyn ..... ..............8 Philadelphia ..... ....... ...8 Mclnty re orrldon and Jackliteh. S 8 t 5 Ritter ; and Bat teries said one of the receiver, by tran ferring the title tn employes ini' agents. We know who they are. how ever, so there will be no difficult about that. fi-- LEAGUE AMERICAN . The city, Mo., April 30. KantkM ieceivera appointed by the by aceompanled court, uipiame of t'j offices of the ahartff and Ztmvey general made the round In City, Kan, today and took -.all property believed to .yin. Of STovned brewing by the Indicted e... STEAMER RAN ASHORE. Mich., April SO- .- The mall steamer Pilgrim waa run ashore last night because she appeared lr companlee. of foundering. The crew and At each place visited the keys to danger were taken off by the lift passenger re the Uken were by the buildings crew. The Pilgrim lie expos non saving and locked doors the and ceirem ed to a northeast gale. tice tacked up stating that they were ii possession. Wbereor any show of resistance to lM ghown the receiver declined the all matter, referring the irgne fomplalnta to the court for settlement. The brewers ham sought to conceal the real ownership pt tfie property," Does Your Philadelphia, 8; Waehingtoa, 2. Washington, April SO. Plank held Vaahington daw a to six hit today rad Philadelphia won out ou timely Tfe fielding of ittlng, 8 to 2. (night and Jonea were the features, icore: . Port 'Huron, FIRE IN A STOVE FACTpRY, Loralne, Ohio,. April 80. Fire of nd known origin last night destroyed thi plant of the National Stove company The loss la estimated at 200,000. Lawn Mower Need Sharpening? R.H.E. Washington Philadelphia . abled Lawn Mower." and hava 'em property doctored. Price only 75 cents and a cure guaranteed. H. C. HANSEN & SON 2521 WASHINGTON Sail AYE, OFF. Phene 727Z. CITY HALL. WILL CALL AND DELIVER ...........8 Batterie lank and Scbreck. MEET. 1 fi IP YOU BUY A. Los Angelee, April SO. Interest In the fight between "Tommy" Burns and "Philadelphia Jack'' O'Sfrien before the Pact tic Athletic club here May 8 for the beavvwelght championship le ' New York, 8; Boston, 1. Boston, April 80. Orths hitting Increasing. Betting remains even, al va aa effective a hie pitching la though so far only scattering wager vinnink today for New York. Score: have been made. The fight la attractR.H.E. ing more public attention than any 2 B 2 couteat ever tKSCsedi-- d in this city. Jew York 1 It la believed the ho tuts will bs worth fi loaton . . ... Batteries Orth and Klelnow; to the management about 855,000. The mm are fighting for sixty and forty Harris and Armbrnster. per cent of a 820,000 purse. The matter of referee has not yet been deCleveland, 4; SL Louis, 2, 8t. Louis, April 80. Cleveland won cided. he final game of the aerie from SL YOUNG GOULD WON. xml today, the score resulting 4 to !. Notwithstanding the cold weather both teams played good ball. Score: London, April 80. Jay Gould won R.H.K. the semi-finIn the International St. Ixmla .....24 fiS 11 Tennis championship gsmes today, deCleveland feating Page In three straight arts, Buelow and Batteries Morgan, go. Page was ontdassed by the young llephens; Llenhardt and CUrk. American. Gould and Pennell, the champion of 1V04, will meet in the WEST ERNJLEAGUE final tomorrow. ,,,,, ................1 Dt-tee- n, BICYCLE . . , Also we want your KODAK bnalness. Full line of EASTMAN & PUEMO KODAKS and all supplies for tbe amateur. Spring is here and you will want your bicycle put in order. Our repair department has been enlarged and prices are right: . T. S. HUTCHISON 306 TWENTY-FIFTI- I STREET. INVITED TO SEND TEAMS. Omaha, 9; Pueblo, 8. Omaha, April 80. Omaha won la Chicago, April 80. Stanford univerhe fifteenth Inning today. Up to the linth the game was without error. sity and the University of California The locals then took seven runs and were today Invited to wad track teams to participate In the seventh anled the score and a close contested nual track meet of the Big Nine colurns followed. Score: R.H.E. lege to be held onv Marshall field, this 9 12 8 city, June 1. . . . . . .8 10 1 ueblo .... . . . , PRESIDENT SENDS A NOTE. Batteries Regan and Goading; "ownsend, Bies and Smith. Advising That an Escaped Prisoner Be Pardoned or tyMitpnca Commuted. Denver, 2; Lincoln. 0. Lincoln, April 20. Denver shut US ' 0. President Washington, April jin out in a good game today. Score; R.H.E. Roosevelt, In a note to the department 0 4 2 of justice, today expressed the opinIncoia a a a 2 4 S ion that John William January of Kaleaver and Sullivan: nsu City, Mo., should have his sen Batteries Clcotte tence commuted at ones or.be pardonVdams and 8evlsky. ed outright. Game Postponed. January waa convicted twelve years Bloux Clty-De- a Molnee; postponed; ago of robbing a P9stofflce In Oklavet grounds. homa and served tbe greeter portion r of a sentence ' t tlie Federal penitentiary at Leavenworth, Kan. He ABERICANASSOCIATION then escaped and after nine yearn af liberty wnfi renrrostsd In Kansu City prison. Many petitions At Columbus Columbus 2; Min- and returned to have reached the President asking for neapolis, 8. He had lived in Kansas At Indianapolis Indianapolis, 8; 8t. his pardon. City under the name of W. Anderson Paul, 8. he was at liberty, At Louisville Louisville, 0; Milwau-k6- 6 during tha time - five-yea- I, HE IS THANKFUL. City Spanish Deputy ONTBETRACK Madrld, April JAMAICA te Entertain With a Bull FlghL- 10. Be nor Gurtuhny, a newly elected deputy te the Cortes, RESULTS. to expraes hi thanks to his constituents In a practical way, la about to New York, April at his own expennr give a bull-figat his own peril. He alone will First race, five furlongs Hand and be matador and be will undertake Around won. Bounding Elk second. to the four young bulls to tbe sword put third. Williams Ktmnle Time, In the presence of the lectors. After 1:01 the carcasses of the bulls will Second race, elx. furlongs Barbary the fightInto cut be joints and these will be Belle won, Dr. Hollis second. Ten distributed among the poor of Senor Cress third. Time, 1:18 Thlfd race, nix furlongs Flint Pre- Gurtubayg constituency. mium won, Don Do mo second. InquisiRESCUING THE MINERS. tor third. Time, 1:13 Fourth race, tha Corona stakes, Johnstown, Ps., April 80. At 10 mile and seventy yards Juggler won. Rice seoond. Orphan Lad third,. Time, o'clock lut night tha official at No. 38 of the BerwlnJ-Whit- e 1:44 operations at Fmistweli, where seven men have been Fifth race, mile and a slxtennth-Savable won, Molesey second, Asors Imprisoned by water for the last 72 hours, stated that It would take at third. Time, 1:47 least 24 hours more to effect a resSixth race: five furlongs, selling won, Millstone second. cue. Cummunipaw The first dip between the pit mouth Wise Hand third. Time; 1:01. and the Imprisoned men has ' been drained and the pumps being used by RESULTS AT LEXINGTON. the rescuing party have beat started Lexington, Ky, April 30. Results: npon the second dip. A wall of water First race, four furlongs Ancient four hundred feet through completewon. Lady Via second. Cousin Francis ly filling the mine bending, now sep' arates the unfortunate men from the third. Time, :61. Beoond race, six furlongs Dainty rescuing party. When this section of Dame won, Fantastic second; Miss the mine has been cleared of water Alert third. Titfie, 1:17 the way will he clear and the seven Third race, five and a half furlongs miners can be brought outside. YesBurbon News won, Gambrlnus sec- terday there was taken into the mine ond, Ross Essn third. Time, 1:13 pump brought from the Berwind Fourth race, ' mile John I Inglls mine No. 30, at Wlndber, having a won, Zal second. High Bear third. capacity of 1.500 gallons a minute and five times the size of any at work Time, 1:46 Fifth race, four furlongs R. C. previously. Rann won.. Great Pirate second. Or It Is now believed that the men will landol third. Time, .:50 be reached early tonight. Sixth race, mile Della Thorpe won. Early Bor second, Suzanne Rocamora OFFER TO ARBITRATE. third. Time, 1:4 Ban Francisco, Oal., April 30. The OAKLAND RACES. California Meul Trades association, made up of eighty-fou- r employers of San Francisco, April 39. 8ugar metal trades workmen, at a folly at7 to 1, gained a vicMaid, quoted at tended meeting last night,' concluded, tory dver Cloudllght In the Victoria after a lengthy discussion, to leave the handicap at Oakland today In a driv- luestlon of hours to a board of arbiing finish. Cloudllght opened up a tration. No names were suggested. It gap on the fldld, bqt tired. George 'ieing the opinion of the employers P. McNear waa the- - favorite, bu bat this detail should be left to a sould not get near the leader. Favo Dint conference between the cm ploy Ites scored In the first three r and employes. The offer to erbi waa plunged on te win tb ate, ns made by the Metal Trade as heat him ifth race, but Blagg elation, will be received by the con ence committee of tbe Iron Trade a half First race, three and furlong uncil today aud placed before selling Charay won. Tallen aecoc tonight and tomorrow night a' Ginckstern third. Time. :43 e several meetings scheduled. Second race. mile, telling Fair Fr It is the opinion of the employer got won. Royal Maxim second. Elot nd employee that no definite action third. Tltqe. 1:42 111 be taken until an arbitration Third race, six and a half furlong card Is named and testimony taken Ethel Day won, ixAU Gladstune to support the demand of both sides. 80-Ja- s: . 8-- 4-- L 4-- i. E. F. BRATZ 4. 8-- In any part of the City and County. Loans on Improved tity and Farm Property Promptly Negotiated. Fire; Tornado and Plate Glass Insurance event-Kokom- agal-Result- ritten in Strong and Safe Companies at Lowest Rates. OH 25th Street tin-cal- 1-- Opposite Reed Hotel IEOXES: 420 ASD.420Z. MANUFACTURERS Fisrce'a Furs Food Catsup. Pitre Purs Feod Fork A Beans Pierces Pure Food Hominy. Fierce's Worcestershire Sauce. 2-- ' . UTAH VINtGAR AND PICKLE WORKS VINEGAR Utah Fruits and Edward Bichtel, Proprietor. Factory 2454 Wall Avenue. FIVE POINTS, OGDEN, UTAH. UTAH. OGDEN, 'Phone 107F. Cache Valley Condensed t 840 Manufacturora of Honeysuckle Evaporated Milk Won tha gold medal at the State Fair, 1905. A trial can will con-- . Vince you there it none JUST AS GOOD TENTS and AWNINGS Street. Twenty-fourth Milk Company Wholesale and Rttall Manufacturer of The best and Largest Manufacturer in the WecL 834 HOXE9 JOHN J. G. READ & BROS. CO. and PICKLES STRICTLY A HOME PRODUCT. Vegetables THE BEST. Harness and Saddlery Manufacturers of t A Full Line of FACTORY, We pack but one grade of goods 2268 Wash. Avo. your Grocer fer K. Aok FACTORY AT LOGAN, UTAH. OGDEN, UTAH. NOT FRANK SMITH. Desperado Killed le Net the Notorious Oakland Murderer. Willow. Cal., April 30. The dew perado who wag killed bv a poeae on 3unday night wa not frank Smith, the Oakland murderer. Two of the a former eompankma arrived from that city at 12 oclock last midnight and, after careful inspection of the body in tha morgue, deolarnd that It was not that of Smith. All the marks and Kara were identical, but the dead man had more hair than 8mlth. The mystefy of the daaperado' Identity to now deeper than ever. Putnam lias Them And Has Them Good lat-ter- Mens Suits i -- Boys Suits Childrens THE GOVERNOR OF MOSCOW. fi-- 1-- RACYCLE OGDEN, UTAH. OGDEN, UTAH. ........8 10 2 Kitaoa and Blankenahip; ... . At Toledo Toledo-Knnea- s game postponed; cold weather, Your Expectations Will Be SALT LAKE VALLEY CANNING CO. Packers of High Grads VegrUblse t Mi . COMPANY 7-- BURNS-OBRIE- 4-- 0, Lawn Mower We have In operation one of the oew "Ideal you Sharpeners that we would like to have you examine before have your Mower sharpened again.' There le nothing like it on the market. By Its uae each Made la sharpened with the utmost exactitude, the bevel on the knlvee being kept At the same degree all along. given tha Every lnacuracy la taken out and a perfect "dearanco .. blades. More good Mowers are spoiled by bunglesome sharpening than by the work they are intended to do. Theres no guesswork" about the Ideal It la simply accurate to a hair, Siing Your Cranky Mowers to Our "Remedial Institute for bis THE UTAH CANNING Mo-Lea- Philadelphia, S; Brooklyn, 2. Philadelphia. April SO. Philadelphia lefaated Brooklyn here today In- n lonely eonteeted game. The home earn won the game In the ninth Inning liter two men had been retired on an vrror, a baee on ball and a hit by ditcher Corrtdoa. Score; Am furlongs Blagg won, Kokomo second, Nappe 1-- ......... 3 PATRONIZE THEM AND HELP TO ENRICH THE COUNTY AND STATE third. Time, 1:04 Sixth race, mile Bub Ragon wou. R.H.E. Mia Ofllclou second, Cbin third. J 5 Time, 1:41 .4 I 1 PLAYED A FINE GAME. and Batteries HalL Leary 'Overall and Moran. (Boylt It. Remember the number OF SALOONS. POSSESSION took sev- ClouJ-Ugh- decliaaa. Score: ESTE S. D R. SPECIALIST MU Wwhtngtoa Time. Fourth race, Victoria handicap, marked by poor pitching and looee fielding. Captain Ganael and Outfilder MiU'hell were benched for disputing Taya Worm. Blood Poisoning from aay to pTyjLiiar U Wemea. ANT FJUVATU DtBEABJI Of . mklv aaiad te atey the examination and advice la FRESL Coma at aaaa fjmnw any ba taa Ma OaU write. Eorow third. 1007. 1, Some of the Manufacturers of Our County and State t Sugar Maid won. en furlong 4; Cincinnati, 1. second, George P. McUemr third. Cincinnati, April 30. Todays game between Cincinnati and Chicago waa Time, 1:26. and a half - a. Qfdaa. Ptab. Miat Tha . Chicago, Catarrd, Daaiaaaa, Ringing la the Sam, IMeeaew at n Head. Threat. Nwe. Eye ar Bar. All Maaaaaa cf the Lung. Branchial Tabaa and CkssL Kidasya and Bladder. Uaan Disease, ua ittunaeh. Urtr, Troubles. Sl VUaa Dane Pile. ImdeaL Aatfcaa. Nerveue OflM second 1:24 4 5. NAT10N1UEAGIE Cum wksn others fall. Madam matheda. Fra MAY WEDNESDAY, Bt, Petersburg. April SO. Tbe Nova Vremya thi morning announcos the appointment of the governor of Moscow, Governor Scallon, an general in chief uf the entire body of guard regiments and commander of the Bt. Petersburg military dlatricL in place of 3rand Duke Nicholas NtcoUevitrh, who to led to retire from this danger oua position owing to bln font approaching marriage to Prinoeaa Anas-tail- s of Montenegro, divorced wife of Duke George of Leuhtenberg. The poet carrie actual power aoarcely econd to that held by the minister of war. LETTER LIST. List of lettar remaining in (Suits Men's (Shoes ' Boys (Shoes a Childrens Shoes a , The Price and Quality Are Always Right 4 PUTNAM CLOTHING HOUSE the 2345 Washington Avenue Poatoffloe at Ogden, Utah, April 30, !I07, which. If not called for In two weeks, will be aent to the dead letter jfllce: Gentlemen's List W. L Harold, William Kubler, Carl H Bennett, O A Andereon, Brou n, F J Built, James Klrke, Byrune, Lewi Brewster, W C Cook, Bert Lew Jack Lowerln A Brown Louden, Bam Moulton, Anson R , McSbea, A Ur , McCUavelend Chaa H Mehl, Clinton E Metcalf, Brwln McDonald, J F ' Mackey, Jean Moyea, John I Miller Luther Charlton, M L Cbivenger, R L Martliez, Mr. Metcalf, Roy Cuttell, Wm (2 cards) Carr, Wesley K McCarly, Tom Dray, F E McMahan, Wm (8 letters) DeBoer. H , MHIer, Wm. H Meldlenl, Davlz, Oscar G DeRoame, Truman Nunu, Andy Norlwck, Alexandet Bugclmerenelz, Nev. Bullion King Cbaa. Mining Co. Rmmerson, Harry O'Grady, Joseph Fisk, B F The Springfield Fire & Marine Ins. Co. of Springfield, Mass. Carter, Chaa Bradatoy, H A Carroll, Henry Carelar, G A Calkins, J R Crult, Geo Frauen, JI Palmer, W. T FolkerU, Job saner Fanning, R M Gordon, Dick A Gladding, (2 cards) Reed-Wrig- Geiger, frank Harrier, James GUItople, Pqter Green, Thoa Gallagher, W F Hansen, C O 1 SUllPLUH, 3,171,124.59. ' Lossm paid fiinre 1849 $39,478,834.66 Among which are included: . Tror, X, Tp 18M Portludi Util 1888 Chicago, a MMMMmiMiM4(0M 1888 Lynn, Mao 3881 iiSl'S(IMIM4MI4Ml Jictftonvllle, FU. 1801 Paterion, 1808 N. J. M. Forristali, Agt. Phones BeU 809 Ind. 80 L Alice Robinson, Haul Ruth ehuhoff, Miss Maurine He M Tile Lon, Mr M . Thaney, Mrs. R W Van Scoy, Mrs 1rttle Van Scoy. Mrs P E (8 letters) Islam, Mlw M J Wertiey, Mrs C H Papain. tellsrt, P W - Weykens, A C (2 papers) DeKuiper, DamIcQuaig, 4a nes Driimelen, WM. Mrs Zundervan, R J Van (8 papers) GLA8MANN. Postmaster. WANT ADS YIELD BIG RESULT Robi. G. Agee, Mgr. 55 FIRST NAT. BANK 7 Four times the light Mm Mabel Shipp, Mrs. M J Bpenoer, Mrs Nel- - e 71858.00 59.119.00 440,000.00 84,000.00 88.480.00 1,418,979.18 (Smip3ip!ID)in at half Doherty, Mtw Hu Eva Bummerfletd, Mis dg ' Georgia Baty, Mrs David EUza-GorFuller, Mlw Edith Sutton, Miss beth Miss Rose . Bberhonnie, Mrs HU1, Mrs. C F Mabel Howe, Mlw Wls 8taker, MUs Hastings, Miss HalUn, Hiss Mag- gj Holbrook, Mrs Maggie Johnson, Mis ....... .......a.. Offce . Pearl a. Btevenn, John Smith, J N Bpringnte, Jease John Sanitarium, Ogden Heins, Dan Stackhouse, Wm Harris, Roy Bklgfatholm, W Howard Ernest Max worth Hassell, Elmer Hagaman, Geo L Talbert, Homer Tracy, Helon H Hogan, H J Toner R Hewltt. Oeorge Van Booy, P E Hewiston, Geo Walters, George J Haun, I E Wilcox, Roy Hood, T E Henderson, Thoa Wells, Themes , Ladles' List Nadell, Miss Burr, Mrs A Bussey, Miss Jennie Buz bee Mrs LoPatera, Miss Elixir vetts Buz bee, Mrs Betts beth Page, Miss Ethel Covington, Mrs Pasket, Mary Row Wilbur Call, Miss Carrie Robinson, MUs Call, Mins ..I.I.IM. ........ fssMM 54.417.00 fil.l8fi.fi0 527,11040 251,214.90 6U41.00 64.I9M0 on Wl Baltimore, 1904 iiMMsitiftMMiMMfiMM Rochester, N. Y., 1904 Toronto, Can, 1904 sMMMiM4i0iiM4fe Bu Francisco, 1906 tf siiitiif ildgsnsiM Shepherd, B H Swinger, Frank Rummer bell, Joe a. ,P s 1871 Hovton, 1878 HAvprbill, Hayes, - CAPITAL, $2,000,000.00. Bert Roberts, Frank Russrll, J P A Co. Rasmuzeen, Chaa ASSETTS, 16,936,201.05. the cost That's what electric lighting doe. If yon question it, question ua Were only too glad to give information and good service aloig the lighting line. Tlut'i why we are Those Lite Mon " EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL AT Commercial Electric Company 2279 WASH. AVE. PHONE 362. .