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EXAMINER: OGDEN, THE HOUSING THE EXAMINER "' Published Every 07 Yiax by Tbe Standard Publishing Company. RATES. DaUverod by Carrier In Ogden City. Including SUBSCRIPTION Sunday naming Ex- noott aminer, par W Single copies Si eta. by mail in advance. The Examiner in neat fey mall ontaide of Ogden, par year At laaat quarterly, la 66.00 ad- vance. FEARLESS 0 AND ENT. INDEPEND- la a etiictiy in U give dependent nevipapar. all aides aa equal show. feaa no favorite, The and no aaamiaa to punish. It will give tit news unbiased and un- the courts. It is fair to suppose that this proviaion will be satisfactory Intended. The accomplish the as a party President the of power leader has also been demonstrated. He has driven hi coach over a bad place la the road and he baa not spilled any of bis pan:uger either. It la a acgreater victory than history will it baa for cord President Cleveland, been gecompli'ihed without disrupting the party. Whether Mr. Chandler will issue another statement, is of course, impossible to say. But the assurance has been given froia the White House that nothing further will be Mid from that end and the rate bill ns apt to pass into history with the broad court rereview amendment attached and without tbe President being compelled to share the victory with any numbers of the opposition. IE will fee received aa all auhjacta presented la respectful language from known but tfea true name must ba published la full All letters and eommunlcattons signed by aom d plumes, or assumed names, will bo thrown In the waste backet The brave maa never hides behind aa assumed same. Don't ask the Editor t be responsible for what1 yoa are aabamad of. Subscribers will confer a favor this offleo of failure to receive The Examiner before their breakfast by Informing Morning Examiner can be on axle by the Independent Ce Salt Lake City. all through trains leaving oa The Boutherm Peclfie Railway. The Union Pacific Railway, and The Oregon Short Lias Railway. Examiner patrons will eonfsr a favor oa the management by reporting to this offloe whenever theyfall to Snd the papers at the dealgmtffl piftONi The found News On Ogdaa TEMPEST IN A TEAPOT. 190C. 20, BY Ogden Furniture and Thrst Dual Meat Records Ware to Scored 67 Points Yale's 46 Broken-Ha- rvard 2 Cambridge, Mass.. May Carpet Company Har- 19 vard won tbe annual dual track meet Complete House from Yale today by the score of 67 point to 46 12. Three dual meet rectbe two mile run. ord a ere broken the ll't-yar- Furnishers and the running hurdle d Stoue of Harvard covbroad Jump ered tbe two wiles in 6 minutes 63 3 3 of a second better than teronds. that made by King of Harvard two years ago. Hill of Yale got a splendid d hurdles aud was start in the never headed, breaking the tape in From Forest to Mill; 120-yar- We will furnish your Dining Room Complete only 5 With, 12't-yar- $49.50 the Following Items d 220-yar- 3-- 220-yar- d RESOLVED ! joae people Dorimow thatTo DRESS HoW UlEfUELVEJ, WHY DcrtTTHEY GO To A 5ioP THAT flAK t$ A SPECIALTY of DRESSING PEOPLE? WHEN T&UARt SICK Too DoHT DOCTOR YURSELf- - Ycu DOirr Do Your OM LAVK0INES5 jwTTYicrr LET THOSE WHO KNOW BUSTER BA OWN- Six Attractive Chairs. One (Splendid Table. One 9 ft.xl2 ft. art square, all wool well made and goods. We have many others either cheaper or better if you want 1 bom. One Handsome Sideboard. These are all first-clas- s, up-to-da- e 3-- 5 TfifoLT Bed Room Complete for $31.25 only With the Following Items 3 2 ('. g. 2 CLARKS STORES One Substantial Wash Stand. One Brass Trimmed Iron Bed. One 9x10 art square, all wool These are good, substantial aud attractive. We have plenty of cheaper or better ones we would like to show you. It will be interesting to you and a pleasure to us to show you our 1-- ; Carpets Rugs, Curtains and Draperies Ogden Furniture and Carpet Company wan tied up to the ninth, when a sat, a sacrifice and Stephenson's la pee aent In three run. 200 119 013 boo 104 011 a dozen makers of Harvard: BY A Illinois 8; Chicago 7. Champaign. III., May 9. University of Illinois 8, I'nlversity of Chicago 7. Other Games, Philadelphia Cornell, 1; vania. 0. FROM Boston. May 19. Boston was defeattor the sixteenth consecutive time d game. today in a R. H. E. Score 000 009 3 9 0 201 Cleveland Oflit 000 020 2 5 2 Boston Batteries Bernhardt and Bemla; Young and Graham. ed well-playe- Boston. May 19. Miss May Button of PasMdma. Cal., wfeo stopped in the city for a few day while on her way to England to defend her title as the s 6-- 6-- 6-- I LITTLE DECIDED THAT SCHOOL 5HOE5 AND OLD HICKOR.Y HA-- GIANT 5U1T-5 ARE THE STOCKINGS AND HERCULES HE BEJT IN THE WORLD FOR LITTLE FoLK-5BUY J THEM AT CLARK' 5. TOR MEN WE JELL THE FAMoUJ KoHN BRoTHERJ' MAKE. THEY ARE NOTED FOR THEIR JTYLE, QUALITY, FIT AND TINIJH. . J JToREJ, AND 02 WAJH. Table linens end n.ih!n in qualities snd choice vn'titn. AVE. I I The new Buitrr am 25c. BITS OMAHAS E THE BOX SCATTERED Pennsyl- MISS SUTTON ADDS PRIZES TO COLLECTION. 6-- T KEPT S 6 British woman's tennis champion, left today with two first prise to add to her numerous collection. Miss Sutton New York. 8; St. Louis, 3. We have a new I'.filnch black taf- won the Invitation singh-- In the mornNew York, May 19. The New York feta, oil boiled, warranted to wear, ing hy defeating Ml Marion Fenno of the best value ever offered in Ogden. this city In straight set without giv- Amreicanja made it four straight by again from St. Louis today. Regular price, $1.35. We otter it for ing her opponent a game and scarcely winning sale over our counter at $1.00 per s point In the first set. The score Pelty wss takpn out of the box and replaced by Jacobson In the fifth inning. was yard. R. H.K. Score In the afternoon, playing with Nor3 5 1 000 300 000 The Hercules" Rain Proof Suits man W. Cabot, the former Harvard St. Ixmla for boy are the strongest, best wear- player, she eon the mixed double New York ....f00 240 02x 8 12 3 and Jacobson Batteries Pelty, Mias event nt IXMigw-md- . defeating ing mitts made. Phyllis Green of Philadelphia, who Spencer; Newton and McGuire. Out of rcnrlv. ha the meat, trust, played with N. W. Niles, the Harvard This Imter match was al-- o Philadelphia, 2; Detroit, 1. put ita goods, hut in reach of all are champion. decided in rets. 19. Bey bold's straight our groceries. Everything we sell in Msy Philadelphia, Miss Sutton win sail from New York home run over the field fence In this department has the virtue of value, righe the sixth inning, caused Detroits deand you never make a mistake In what for England next Wedurnday. feat today. you get from in. MICHIGAN WON EASILY. R. H. E. Score 1 000 001 000 6 1 Detroit New Royal Sewing Machines are of lit.The University Chicago. May 2 7 3 . .100 001 OOx guaranteed lit year. We sell them Michigan athletes walked away wfth Philadelphia Batteries Donovan and Warner; for 126.50 and $37.50. Tall and see the honors in the dun track meet at and Schreck. Coakley them. Marshall field today with the University of Chicago. The final acore wss Chicago, 3; Washington, 1. Little Giant School Shoe for wear 79l-- to 46 12 Nine first out of the fourteen event went to the visitors. and style Box Calf or Kid. Washington, May 19. Chicago mads Garrel of Michigan took all the indi- it four straight today over WashingWhite Canvas Oxford. The season vidual laurels in sight, gathering In ton. Patterson outpitched Kit son, alis here snd we have th goods. Be- first place In both the hnrdlee; firs though the latter was very effective sides the white we have Mine. Tan, in the discus and second in the ahnt with men on bases. R. H. E. Score t put. Champranp and Red. Washington ...100 000 000 I 6 0 KATO WILL GO TO ENGLAND. Chicago . . . .010 000 200 3 11 0 Soft roles lor the Vihy in Red, Batteries Ki'son and Kittredge; k BU' an() rink Whi'e. Blue. Tan, is considered Patterson and Hart. Tokio. May 19.-- It, only 25c. Takahlra highly probable that Count Kato, former minister of foreign afAMERICAN ASSOCIATION. lace see embroidfail and to Don't Hayashl as fairs, will succeed Table. eries on Bargain ambassador to Great Britain. At Milwaukee Milwaukee 4; Kan- - I HAS R. Score men's clothing In America employ such talented cutters and expert tailors and Keep themselves in such close touch with the very fountainheads of new and correct style and cover all the factory operations with such a rigid system of inspection thst the garments they produce can truthfully he called "oquul to the fin Kohn tiros.' fnm eat rustom-niiiile.- " ous make la confined exclusively to us in this citv. Kohn lima. creations are acknowledged by experts the world over to be 1 he world's best in salient features of quality, style, character, finish and fit. Suit, top coat a and rain roata from 9.0fl to $23 np. 2 Our stock cannot be surpassed in style, qualities or colors by any stock in the intermountain region, YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD. and we make THE FAYING EASY. Princeton Only about half Jt Splendid Dresser. One 1-- IHovDRE55You 2356-58-- 60 a snap 3-- 4 5 CLARK Yours Next. g . h BR.OVN Its From Mill to Us; The w ood must first Ik cut and delivered to the mill. The mill maketi the furniture and delivers it to us. We deliver it i von. Tan you figure any way jiossible to pet it more direct or economical? We buy all our Furniture, (ariets. Wall Paper, Linoleums, etc., direct from the manufacturer in carload lots, aud at jobbera rates. This enable u to supply your needs at a much lower price than any merchant who cannot handle such great quantities, and consequently must pay a higher price for the same quality goods. Doesn't this hmk reasonable? We can handle the large quantities, can get the lowest prices and freight rates, and give our patrons the advantage of our money-savinpossibilities. Here are a few items that might interest you: 5 n BUSTER. Your Good Credit Is 8-- 5 Burglars have blown open Joe Letter's safe and got a large amount of On coin. all previous occasions 16 second. 5 of a second faster to hare attended to the than the time made by Hallowell of teem Joseph Harvard In 19'tO. blowing himself without tbe assistance Throe men broke the record for the or safe of either burglars. running broad Jump, Sheffield of Yale, the winner. Jumping 23 feet 7 inches. Tbe former dual record was A Washington paper ht as editorial established In 1M9 by A. L Nickerson Said." Senator Great "What a headed: of Harvard with a Jump of 23 feet 10 And it is an even bet that. S3 members inches. One mile run Won by Minot. Harof that august body religiously read the piece through to see which of their vard; 1.. Engle, Yale, second; Tunn-rHarvard, third. Time, 4 minute 30 remarks the paper was quoting. seconds. Quarter mile dash Woo by Dives, A Michigan court has decided that Harvard: Young, Harvard, second; secYale, third. Time, 49 a woman la entitled to only half of . her husband' income. Evidently that ond. hurdle Won bv Hill. Yale; Judge was trying to engineer an Im- Brlnsmade, Harvard, second; Howe, Yale, and W. H. Rand. Harvard, 'led migration boom for Michigan. Time. 15 seconds. This breaks fordual record of 15 5 mer second, A Southern paper declares that Garmade by Halloa ell of Harvard in lwon. rett Pinchot is developing into fine I d h Won by Torrey, Yale: Ford, presidential timber. As he I the chief Lockwood. Harvard, second; third. Time, 10 seconds. of the forest service, this would seem Harvard, Half mile run Won by Whitman. natural development. only Harvard: Cobb, Harvard, second; Moore, Yale, third. Time, 2 minutes 1 The captain of a fishing schooner off second. hurdles Won by Torrey, Long Branch reports having seen a Yale; Rogers, Harvard, second; Doyle. whale. Twenty three for him. This la Harvard, third. Time. 25 seconds. dash Won by Dodge, Harthe time when are in seavard; Robinson, Yale, second; Twltrh-ell- , son off lumuu r resort. seconds . Yale, third. Time, 21 High Jump Won by Marshall, Yale, ' It Is Mated that the 6 feet 1 Inch; Clark, Harvard, second; of Tom Taggart as the chairman of Bisson. Yale, and Sotncra. Harvard, fur third. the Democratic national committee la tied Two-mllrun Won hy Stone, Harassured. Bo Is the result of the vard; Hall, Yale, second; Crosby, Harvard. third. Time, 9 minutes 63 seconds. This breaks former duel recseconds, made England'! menace to Turkey hen ord of 9 minutes 54 had the usual result of getting every- by King In 1904. Shot put Won by Stephenson, Jr., thing she wanted out of the sultan ex- Harvard, 44 feet 9 inches; White, Ysle, second, 43 feet 11 inches; Han cept the money. ley. Hanrard, third, 40 feet 11 Inches. Pole vault Won by Gilbert, Yale. contribution If this Harvard, snd II feet 4 Inches; agitation keeps, up 1908 will prove a Hintonk, Yale, tied for second, 11 feet. Broad Jump Won by Sheffield, mlghlly lean year for the floating vote. Ysle, 23 feet 7 4 Inches; Knox, Yale, second, 23 feet 6 Inches; Ford, HarPLEASANTRIES. vard, third, 22 feet 11 inches. All three Jumpa break former dual record of 22 1 understand. said old Mr. Munnl-ma- feet 10 Inches, made by A. L. Knlrker-on- . Harvard. In 1999. gruffly, that my daughter means to marry you. Bunt bow about supportHammer throw Won hy Overson, Harvard. 141 feet 7 Inches; Kers-buring herT Well. Harvard, second, 141 fert 3 replied young Nervey. Ts willing to help soma." Philadel- inches; Shevlin, Ysle, third, 134 feet 3 inches. phia Press, Oklahoma the Victor. Olyboy I was run down by nn autoOklahoma City, O. T May 19. Oklamobile the other day. homa won the southwestern field snd De Young Were you hurt? track meet today with a total of 53 2 Texas was second with 31. Olyboy 4'ot until a fool bystander points remarked that It was a shame to see Texas won the all around an old man bowled over like that. Chicago Dally News. COLLEGE BASEBALL. Teacher William, I hope you have a good excuse for being absent from Cambridge, May 19. Thinking three were out, Captain Stephenson of the school yesterday. William Yes, um. You see, I went Harvard team, failed to cover home home for my luneh. and it took me so plate in the ninth Inning of today's long to get there that the lunch was championship gnmew ith Proinceton, all cleared away, so I had to wait till and two Princeton men came home, supper time, an' that made It too late bringing victory to their nine, I to 6. The game was exciting throughout and to come back.'' Harper's Baser. " MAY DEEEATEB ANNUAL TRACK MEET WON THE CRIMSON. What the enrmlee of the administration have beta trying to magnify Into a nasty row, hss about simmered down to the proportions of a teapot tempest. When the President, Inst week launchru his denunciations of the formar Senator Chandler, he did whet perhaps was aa unwise, but at the same time, e very characteristic thing. Mr. Roosevelt la not much given to measuring words, and he conferees himself that nt times It is hard for him to differentiate between Mr. Roosevelt and President Roosevelt. However, the row between the President and the various factions of the senate appears about over. Attorney General Moody was the man, If anyone, to feel aggrieved with the President, and after his interview with the President nl the White House on as Monday, he expressed himself thoroughly satisfied with the status of affairs. He would not say much about his Interview, but be did say that he was perfectly In accord with the President nod that they understood each othar fully. The Democratic end of the senate feels aggrieved. There Is no doubt about that But while they may ndt have gotten exactly what they hoped for la the way ef a court review provision In the rale bill, they can but realise that they got ail they could hopo for and much more than they hoped for alx months back and the UTAH PATENTS. glory, whatever there is of ltJvill go to the President anyhow. The PresiGranted last week Reported by C. dent has achieved S victory In secur- A. Snow ft Co., patent attorneys, D. C.: Wilhelm O. Daning the passage cf any rate legislation, Washington, of For ropy plow. ielson, Logan, and as he has come out In favor of the hove patent eend ten cents in postAllison amendment; conferring the age stamps with date of this paper to broadest sort of reviewing power on C. A. Snow ft Co., Washington, D. C. .1 MORNING, BY Tfea prejudiced. Communication UTAH SUNDAY IN ENGLAND. sas Citv, o. At Minneapolis Minneapolis, 2; Bt. Omaha, May 19. The local player could not hit Wright today when hlu meant runs. Denver won an easy victory R. II. E. Score 1 7 1 000 000 001 Omaha 300 040 000 6 7 1 Denver and Batteries Coras; 0 8 3 000 000 000 Boston McNeely Batteries Fraser and Schlel, Stan-ag- Gondlng; Wight and Welgardt. Young, Withentp and Needham. Lincoln, 4; Dea Moines, 1. Philadelphia, 8; Chicago, 0. Lincoln, May 19 Dee Moines playrl Chicago, May 19. Chicago was shut a perfect fleldlrg game, but could not bunch hits, while Lincoln had good out today througn Inability to hit who hel.1 them to five scat-tere- d lurk in that respect. Score R. H.B. singles, only two men reaching 4 6 1 101 101 OOx third. Six hits, with a Wild pitch and Lincoln 9 an error, gav? Philadelphia six runs Dea Molnoa . ..000 000 010 Batteries Eyler and Zinran; Man-sk. in the ninth. R. H. E. Brisker and Towns. Score 0 5 2 000 000 000 Chicago Sioux City, 13; Puoblo, 12. Philadelphia ...003 000 006 8 13 1 y Batteries Wickers and Kllng; Sioux City, May 19. Sioux City and Dnotn. won today from Pueblo in a slugging were very match, in which honor 1. New York, 6; Pittsburg, near even. . R. H. Score Pittsburg. Msy 19. The New Yorks closed their first series of games in Sioux City . ...123 210 04x 13 V) 4 210 032 03112 17 3 Pittsburg hy winning before the largest Pueblo Batteries .Hckson. Reeder, Baker crowd of the reason. R. H. E. and Score Mansey, Quick and Staler. Cincinnati. Hay 19. Young lasted three innings in today's game, the heavy hitting of the local! driving him out of the box. Wintberup, who sucd ceeded him, no better. R. H. E. Score flB 400 60x45 19 2 Cincinnati fa-e- e; Dug-gieb- 17 a; Dug-gleb- . Pittsburg New York 1 7 1 001 000 000 5 9 1 000 013 P'ntllppl and Gibson; Tay- .... .010 Batteries lor and Bowerman. Bt. Louia, 7; Brooklyn, 5. St. Loui. May 19. Although hit hard In tbe closing inning. Druhot succeeded in lasting out the game, the home team defeating Brooklyn. . R. H. E. Score 7 13 2 104 020 OOx 8L Louia 5 12 3 000 002 012 Brooklyn Batteries Druhot and Ranh;- - Eason and Ritter. He; TOO FAST FOR COLUMBIA. Annapolis. Md., May 19. In time the nival academy eicht thia afternoon defeated the crew of by nearly five lengths. The midshipmen took the water at 34 stroke to the minute, while their opponents sere pulling 32. The faricr stroke gave the midshipmen a lead which Columbia failed to overcome. The time was 9 minutes 31 eeconda The previous record for the conr waa 9 minutes 41 8 second. Columbia's time waa 9 minutes 43 record-breakin- g 2-- 5 YALE WAS EASY. PRINCETON THE VICTOR. New Haven, Conn., .May 19. Holy The German bur-- ; Paul. 1. At Toledo Toledo. 4: oLuleville, 3. Cross smothered Yale here today, out Princeton. X. J.. May 19. Princeton gomaatera today tinted Birmingham 3; playing the local men in every depart- defeated Columbia In the dual tpc At Indianapolis Indianapolis, belts 15c and the model town of Bonrnvllle, and ment of the game and winning, 15 to 4. meet today by the score of 73 to 22- Columbus, 7. concluded their visit to England. BURGOMASTERS London, May 19.