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THE MOUSING EXAMINER: OGDEN. MONDAY ETA II, WTFMREi; MORNING. FRANK KRAMER LEAVES IN THE DOMAIN FOR OF GOLDFIELD FIGHT" MAD. L la tha character o the transfer a anpply our patrons. mit tea Prompt, reliable and at lair coat, any time you aay va'll ba on ywr and job and handle it expedition REQUIRES A BIG PURSE FOR ENG LI8HMEN. ARE TRANSFER The old story of the tcameherpur Goldfield. Nev.. Sept. 2. -- The people who described pheasant shooting iiiua, Goldfield their abandoned of today Up gets e guinea; bang goes a peunv. usual occupations and devoted their come half a croon," uugiu undivided attention to diacuatlun of and down almost eqnall) well have been tui.l n the flaht. which lakes of which will shori'.i grouse place at 3 oclock tomorrow after- be keepingaborning, 0 many hundred of lhii-lanoon. Among the miners Gans appears eptirtsuieu busy and health) cu to be a decided favorite. The men who Yorkshire and Scoiriah moors. wield the pick think that Cans has This, at least, ia the opinion of iue of been imposed upon by Nelson's manour leading experts tai maager and they want to see him win. who Mr. leadale Buckell, iler, all kinds of of rumors The usual crop I known (2.5u(i paid for Si'.wnj were spread during the day. These acrehave in Penaire, the bag amounting to rumors ranged from the statement that 150 In this case an exceptional there would be no fight to the doping one, brace. each grouse must have no doubt waa a coat of both of the fighters. There considerably over a guinea in rendecided increase In the betting today. tal charge alone; and when to the Nelson followers being more In evi- rent we add all the other expenses indence than for several days past. The cidental to the shooting, it alii probalargest individual wager recorded waa bly be no exaggeration to say that flu made by B. J. Riley, the leaser of a guineas e brare mould scarcely pay prominent mining company. The bet Is for the birds shot on time particular on4 of the many peculiar wagers that moors. have been made In connection with the On the other hand, Mr. Buckell mencoming fight. Riley put up 250,000 tion a small moor of 2,ihhi acres, let chares of a mining company valued at for 151) pound, bn which 100 brace (25,000 against 40O.OOO shares conbave been killed by one trolled by a Goldfield man whose name could easily too waa not divulged that Nelson would good gun In a day, and probably '' win the lightweight battle. It Is stated brace in the season without damage rase an one. In this exceptional that the controlling Interest of the the other extreme of roi mining company will hinge on the re- illustrating each Mid would represent 7a 6d lu sult of the battle. Many smaller bets rental price then. says at odds of 10 to 7 and In some cases our charges. "ofThe one pound a bract-ma- r authority, 10 to 8, were made. Nelsons manager la not satisfied with the manner In If ne atill be saidto to hold,hlaand Indeed grouse at get whlrh the betting on the result Is be- that manages with a sprinkling of roedeer, ing conducted In Goldfield. He goes blackprice, game, snipe and hare thrown so far as to Intimate that a certain In. This estimate of one pound' a clique of Ran Francisco sporting men brace, however, does not include the have something up their sleeves that cost of the keeper. bodes ill to Nelson. Nelson's manager From these illustration it will be made the following statement tonight seen that grotiae shooting one of the concerning hla suspicions that the Bat- least coatly forma of this kind of sport tler would not receive fair play: Is luxury requiring a long purse; I have notified President Rickard' who pays a thouof the club and Sheriff Bradley of my Indeed, a sportsman for a moor and entertains sand suspicions, and they have a ash red me at allpounds liberally may count, himself a that ever)' protection will be given me lucky man If ba la not considerably tomorrow to guard against possible Inmore than this autn 011I of pocket at terference of any sort." the end of the short grotiae shooting Beyond taking a very short spin on hi tww To tbs study and treatment of Chronic diseases of men, women and children, having devoted special effort during our entire professional life and are now rewarded by the discover)- of methods that give com- mastery of Xervou and Bioud Diseases. Catarrh, Deafness, Rhais- Stomach. Kidney and Laver troubles. I - ing here Kramer had msh'rg hut a good word to mi for everuuie lie had met since coming to Salt lAke. and in timatsd tha he would not nund coming to Salt lake 10 ride Lama-again Kramer has met lam-sosix time ell iohl in match race during their j racing career and has won all eix mau-he- . The Aral wet. in 19u et race he- - I Yailshurg in a tween Kramer, laweon and Tayku. In this race Kramer won fine, Taylor arc- ond and lawson third. The next time waa In 1IM3. at klanhartan Beach, law-sowon the first heat, anl Kramer the next two. a week later they met in Bueron and Kramer won In two airatght heat l.at year the) met twice, once at Vallsburg and again at Madison Square Garden Kramer won both of these races. The g< lake rare was the ixth time this pair ef flyers have been together. Contra ri to the general opinion. Ihu result of the Balt Palace race doe not affect any championship title what- Ip'.ne j j j MEN'S DISEASES Blood Poison, Piles, Rupture, Varicocele, Nerve DebINty, Drug Habtta, Taken on a positive guarantee to cure three-cornere- d King Carlo' latest rno'.ifr feat in knocking 0111 the ace of ri nnumd at and then a di:anc of thirty sending five successive Ir.iliHs through h b firvi shut, the tiny hole made reminds one Thai, In the Imtnl .f a master, the revolver dead'y in f- h CO. Pbona 22 to this business. LAND CO.. Andrus Bldg., Minneapolis, Minn. the country roads during the early morning hours, Battling Nelson did nothing In the way of training. You can inform the world at. large, said his manager, that Neleon weighed in today at exactly 181 pounds, stripped, and as his fighting togs will weigh leas then two pounds, I see no necessity for him doing sny more hard work." It le officially announred that "Larry Sullivan has been selectedi ns ' a Blip be the lip bat onr laundry work. Every little detail in connection with the proper turning out of laundry work ia carefully attended, to and the result ia people are well pleua-ewith the class of work wt There 1b many tween the cup and there ia no slip in d do. Inquire for our new ratea on family washing. Ogden Steam Laundry Both phones 174. " 417 nth Si. Well Mounted - announcer for the fight'' The men who will handle the fighters have also been selected. In Gun's corner will be found Frank McDonald, Jim Griffin, Boh Turner and Young Bims. Nelson will be guided by Billy Nolan. Tim McGrath, Young McCoy and Johnny Retd. AMERICAN LEAGUE and hitting base clever running, coupled with White's fine pitching, The gave Chicago today's game. singles, an error and a wild pitch gave the visitors their only run. La-jo- le hurt his aukle and retired. A on the thumb end foul tip hit Rulllvan he also retired. Score: (ton Chicago 000 Cleveland Batteries White, R. H. E. oni Ofi a - 4 in 1 6 Towns and (5 it 000 00- 1- 3 1 n; St. Louis, 1; Detroit, 0. 2.-Browne St. Louis. Sept. beat Detroit in a fine game. In the sixth Heipphlll batting in the face of a severe wind storm, landed the ball against the center field fence for a horns run. An Instant later the storm broke In all ita fury flooding the field nd making play Impossible. R. H. E. Score: 1 b 0 000 001 St. Louis 0 4 0 000 000 Detroit Batteries -- Petty and Connor, Donovan and Payne. ' The every piece of harness that leave nur store. Each piece le fashioned WESTERN LEAGUE Irimi the beet leather and most sejttt metals, and the workmanship through-mi- l is first class in every respect. Our Omaha, 8; 800 City, 1. wl dies ere the talk of all horae-bacSioux City, Sept. 2. Omaha took riders for comfort and ease, end they re scrupulously made .and flnlahad the last game of the series, landing on Newlln In the fifth inning for two by experienced operators. Give us a call when you next need borne runs and a single. R. H. E. Score: something In our line. Sioux City ....1000000001 a 2 I k Platt Saddlery Co. 78 23d 8L are anxious to have every Republican in close touch, and work hig in harmony with the Republican National Congressional Committee in favor of the election of a Republican i ; Congress. The Congressional campaign mast based on the administrative and 1'frislative record of the party, and, ,hat being so, Theodore Roosevelt' Personality must be a central figure and hie achievement! a centra) thought in the campaign. We desire to maintain the work of this campaign with popular subscriptions of One Dollar each from Repub-liran- s. To each subscriber we will send the Republican National Campaign Text Book and all document! asued by the Committee. Hlp ns achieve a great virtory. Jamei S. SHUMAN, Chairman. P O. Box 063, New York. Or yon may pay your one dollar to the Hon. Wlllisra Glasmann, care the fyandard office, and take his receipt therefor. 8 000 051 02x Omaha Batteries NewJln and Frceae, and Gonding. Das Moinea.-LlncolDea Moines. n TO REPUBLICANS: precision a the ni.i 111 the heart. A favorite pastime of King Carlos la to stand beside the tail lake at Olddos and as the fish rise, fire at them with his revolver, almost invariably killing ' lo them before they can disappear be-- ; neatb the surface; whllefl as evidence that his majesty la equally expert with the nflle, o none occasion, when dtlv-- ; ing at a rapid rate, he killed a running deer more than a hundred yarda away with a shot behind the ear. Rut wonderful as are King Carloa'e festa of shooting, they are eclipeed by those of Walter Winans, the champion revolver shot of the world. Eleven year ego at a bagahot fete Mr. Winans amused onlooker by tiring at the ace of hearts scores of time during the afternoon, and not once did he fa I to put hie bullet : through the renter of the card. On another occasion six ordinary viqlUng cards were placed edgewise at a distance of 15 feet from the marksman, and in half a dosen shots he out five of them in halves. A season. France poaseaaeg a phenomenal and In Mr. Aflalo'e Interesting volume on In M. Gaston shot revolver The Coat of Sport some Instructive daring balance sheets are given of mixed Bnrdeverry, who performs some highly sensational and hasstdoua feats, of shooting, of which we may he allowed whlrh the following ere samples: He to quote the follewlng: In the Qitorn a small pier of sugar on the a end 5.000 acre of plam shooting Country from a very fine house, with about twenty head of an assistant, and, bedrooms and stabling for fifteen point fifteen yards away, shoots It off hones, good for about 250 brace of with hla revolver, without touching a Then, for the partridges. 100 pheasants and 60fl hair ofofthe man'sheheed. snbatiuitea a sugar hares lvalue about 125 pounds). Bent, piece 500 pounds; keeper, 200 pounds; topiece, which tie unerring 1 also sweeps away; while, with a tal, 700 pounds. Net loss, after dethird shot he rv.ta In two a visiting ducting value of game, 575 pounds." In this case, which may perhspa be card held edgewise by the asalatan. That the modern marksman with taken aa an average one, no allowance revolver has no monwhatever ia made for any of the other his counties expenses of the shooting opoly of accurate shooting Is proved than the rent and keepers, who, by the by some of the wnderfnl feats of Cspl. way, receive about one pound a week Horatio Roaa, who was at hla prime about eighty years ago. with a pls'ol. in wages with sundry perqaii-lties- , such as firing, outmeal. etc., in edition One of hie moat astonishing performwith a to tips, which rt present a large sum. ances was in competition The match, Often as much as three pounds a day famous Spanish shot, Is given te the head keeper, while whlrh we for a wager of (250, and loaders and cartridge carriers fre- was witnessed at the red t house enclosure, was of fifty shots at 34 feet, quently receive Es a day. cost of the Urge! being a playing rar wdlth a very Important pert ofIs the the bouse a bull's eye. the aise of a aixpe.tse, a shooting of this type hack. The match keeping bill. 'which, with e dor.cn marked on the descripguests at a time, may be of alinoat. proved to he of the runawaywon with any amount from twenty pounds a tion. for the gallant captain week upwards. Doga are another ex- ridiculous rase, hitting the hull's rye e time out of the pensive Itegi, from five to fifteen twenty-thre- e time ottL of ihe last pounds a piece being paid for untrained twenty-thre- e shots. It. wee Captain IWs. puppies of good breed, while trained twenty-fivsetters or pointers may easily be by the way. who, for a wager, killed worth forty pounds a brace. So twenty awalnw with hie pistol before being bmiignt marvelously, by the way, are seme of breakfast, each hird on the wing. these doge trained that a couple of down by a bullet when Colonel Thornton's pointers once stood on point for no leas than an hour and SEATTLE ENTRIES a quarter while an artist painted them. reFlrat. race, six furlongs Lady's More eapenaive still are good Mrs. triever, which tange in value from Beauty 109. PalemonDr.107. Lassen, Convent Craig, Matthews, Plmkln, fifty to one hundred pounds. Beaters or drivers are also a heavy Belle 104 each. Macene, Second race, alx furlong charge In the aportamen'a hill. Thirty or forty of them are often employed Pickaway, Cherlpe. Modrente. Tom at wage of 3a, or 4a a day. 0 that Kingsley, Lnrene. Queen Cup. Elfin this item alone may easily represent King, Mias Hunter. M odder ltd) each; a daily charge of six or eight pounds. Vlgoroao, Bwifl Queen 104 each. To these expense add the coal of Third race, six furlongs Rants Ray clothes (suits ( ala guinea, shooting 108. Triconnel inn. lady Travers, hoots at two guineas a pair, and so Black Gem. Waterwagon. on), cartridge, licence, traveling gpinstrera. Rustic Lady. Quirk some one conception and gets Stride, Main in 5 each; Six MO. of the demand shooting cm make on H. Fourth race, six furlongs-Mar- ie Ing in our own land I undoubtedly Seasick, Bell Rped. David Boland, of value a that of deer. The average Willie GreRg, Tiros II., Hersain, Dora a anortamans purse. I. 108 each. shoot-dee- r ell of But the moat expensive Fifth race, mile and a sixteenth forest, eaye an authorily. so Miller 11. Ruby 108. Christine far aa rent goes, may he calculated at Dusty A. 107. Ed glieridsn MO. Btillcho 106. about fifty pounds for every stag shot. Blue Eyes 02. Bombardier 85, Ha 81. When to the rent are added the wages With race, mile snd a sixteenth and gillie, hire of of forester I .one Wolf, ponies, cost, of living and entertaining, Ink 110, Invoice. Kory, and no on through the long Hit of Briarthorpe. Gulden Light, Follow Me, of a deer forest must Bonar, Mias May Bnwdlsh 107 each. items, not grumble If each stag represent Seventh race, mile and an eighth- pounds out of Elba. Our Faille. Glenrice. Cslcaiiiste, quite seventy-firs. Ray, Montana Peeress, Kxapo. Reeves pocket. Ivuidon 108 each; Expedient M6, Canejo 101. FREE, PERCONALLVOR BV LETTER. CONSULTATION I - fifty-centi- ul-l- Moines-Linrol- n 2 3 y Gams Postponed. Dea game postponed, wet Ta., Sept. 2.-- The grounds. Denver, No Game Colo., at eDnver. Sept. 2. Denver-Puebl- o gams postponed, rain. NATIONAL LEAGUE 8t. Louie, 5; Chicago, 2. Chicago. Ills., Sept. 2. Chicago's winning streak was broken by the St. Louis teem today. One fielding error, three battery miaplays. and two hits for extra basea gave the visitors five runs. The locals could do nothing with Beebe when bite were needed R. H. E. Scare: non ooi Old 2 6 1 Chicago Old 220 Odd Si. Louie 5 7 1 Bette lea Pfelater, Reulhach Moran; Beebe and Uoonan. )t a, the-Tiire- r - e Tit-Bit- SEA GIRT TOURNAMENT Sea Grit, X.. X. Sept. 2. The second and moat important week of the shooting tournament will begin with the president match tomorrow mornfor the individual ing. The match. LOUISVILLE ENTRIES Australian pursuit match team race between Palmer and Williams and Auburn and Wilcox: lap amateur. oped and three-mil- e half-mil- e BIG HORN BASIN. Eacuraion September 1st and Sd. Limit 30 days. Rata from R. G. W. main points (30.00 round trip. From branch lines add one far for round trip to nearest Junction point. Rio Grande Western. Colorado Midland and Burlington. For further and Big Hunt Basin liook address L. 11. Harding. Balt Lake City. a GOLF TOURNAMENT. Kafllv ' I'Miwsf. One of the first explorers of the interior of Routli Africa waa William Cotton OawelL noted hunter and a friend of Livingstone, to whom he rendered ImiHirtapt aid. In bla biography the following story ia glren from one or hla African letten: An Incident highly creditable te Kaffir womanhood occurred juet as we reached Mabotae. The women, aa ia their custom, were working In the fields, for they hoe end the men sew.' A young man, standing by the edge of the hush, wee chatting with-theA Hooesa sprang on him and waa carrying him off, when one of the women ran after her, caught her by the tall and wee dragged for aome little distance. Hampered by the man In her mouth and the woman behind her, she slackened her pace, wheripon her assailant straddled over her lack nd bit her across the nose and baud with a heavy abort handled hoe until he dropped her prey hnd alunk to The rwksrtsrV Xbtske. A conductor on tlm Ht. Ixml and Rulmrtian mllpnad had such a good run of business Rlmday afternoon that he had difficulty In keeping hlniaeif supplied with small change. Many passengers who patronised bla car handed him dollars and Mila of larger denoml-nnttou- s In jtayment of their fares. Tim conductor, however, managed to get long fairly well until a woman carry-- ' Ing a tiny Infunt hoarded hia car. When be approached the woman for her fare aba handed him a five dollar MIL Is that the smallest you have, madqueried the conductor, fearing another stringency iu change. The woman looked at the conductor nd then at her Imhy and made thla surprising reply, Yes; I have been 8L married only twelve months. ' am 7 Louis Glolm-Demorra- t t '? Penn-vlvanl- A I Partial List of Diseases Cored Catarrh, Deafness, Ringing la the Bara, Disease of tha Head, Throat, Nuer, Eye or Ear. All Diseases of the Lunge, Branchial Tubes and Chtagk. Dlaaaaoo of tha Stomach, Liver, Kidneys and Bladder. Heart Dtaenae, Khenmatiam, Asthma. Nervous Troubles, 8l Vttua Dance, Piles, Fistula aid all Rectal Troubles, Tape Worm. Blood Meaning from .any rinse. Diseases peculiar to Women. ANT PRIVATE DISEASE OF MEN quickly cuied ta stay cured. Remember the examination and idvlna la FREE. Ooma at lease. Tomorrow may be &00 late. Gall or writ. DR. ESTES SPECIALIST Office hours, 18 a. m. to I p. m. 1468 Washington Av. (Boyle Block), Olden, Utah. Entrance Room 18. Remember the nmnbor. Wanted 50000 more men to imoke i Weslers Best CIGARS Strictly Union Made By special request we make "Weslcrs Best at 375 Twenty'third Street, Ogden, Utah, IntepMoiintain Fair September 20th, 21st and 22d Following the BiiggeHtiou of President Nyp, the following bnnineft mpn offer upeoial premiums. Any others wishing to offer premium! nboulil nee the Freaident or Secretary aud bave them included in t hi h liatt Special Premiums Nye Offers (25.00 caah for the greatest variety and heat quality of farm product! raiaed hy tha exhibitor. Money divided, flrat (11.00, second (io.oo. F. J. Henderabot offers (5.00 for tha best specimen of' clay modeling by J c. i amateur. J. B. Lewis A Co. offers (25.00 In merchandiaa for the heat general dla- of and fruit, to consist of not leas than five varieties ona box quality play of each quality; fruit to be grown by the exhibitor. Fred M. Nye Co. offers (15.00 on poultry. (5.00 In merrhandiaa foi for the beat pen of parti the heat pen of white bird; (5.00 In colored birds; (5.00 caah for the highest favoring made of any breed or variety. Blackman A Griffin Co. offer (35.00 caah for beat dairy cow owned flrat (1(00. by patrons of the eonaolldated creameries. Money divided, second (10.00. Teat: Largest amount of butler fat; cows to be milked on ground. waterD. Ragan will purchase melon. (5.00 for the live melon exhibited by one person; (5.00 for two do, cantaloupes best variebe exhibitors. must Melons grown by one person. by ty A U Brewer offer (30.00 for beat display of tnmatoea raiaed by ex hihiLora, who must be contractors with one of the following canning facPlain City, (5.00; North Ogden, (S.UU; tories. Money divided aa follows: Rlverdale, (5.00; Uintah, $5.00; Willard, (5.00; Hooper, (5.00. Fred Masai will give picture or vase valued al (5.00 for tha beat specimen of hsnd psinted china. A. M. Vender Vile offers (10.00 cash for the largest and. bast exhibit cattle. of A. M. Vender Vlles offer (10.00 for the largest and- best exhibit of wine. Wm. Glaamann offers five years subscription to tho Ogden Eveuing bread, one year Mibacription. For Standard. For the beat loaf home-madFor 1h best variety and disthe heat layer cake, one year aubscrlptlon. jellies, one year subscription. For the beat specimen play of home-mad- e by lady over 70 yera old, one year subscription. For plain mcn-handla- . e ; : . ; lariat , i Short-Horne- . e 4 Fact. Mew, Wmn Tact has always been considered the With peculiar attribute of woman. a woman's tact," la one of the stock phrases of the novelist. Bnt a writer In one of the American magaxlnea-a- nd hla view Is upheld by an English magazine which quotes lilra upeet this tradition by declaring that men Crq more often tactful than women. Men, It la gubmltted, are awift to know when to apeak and when not to peak when It la wise to withhold Bush 10K, Amherita 106. even a look -- and tbit ia why a mediFourth race, mile and a sixteenth Ranton 102. John English 114, Sir Rus- ocre man will succeed when even a sell 106. Col. Jim Douglas 123. Oil clever woman will fail, why men am Htone 18, Devout 114. Martha Gorman greqjer In diplomacy. In all things that Miss Doyle 10. 107. Red Lear I0require finesse. Still It la a question MIlHade 105. Amherita 109. The Minks whether men reslly succeed better in 112. Hector 92. Tern Rod 96. What about the woman Fifth race, six Cgeaar Au- diplomacy. who la the power Imhind the ilironel 107. Cat .101. The Black Thrall gustine 108. King's Guinea I". Angleta lie. 106. - d Cures when ethara fail. Modern methqpa. Pnaa consultation for any Chronic Dlaoaaa aft any name r nature. Every case guaranteed. rrft Figtwe xitiita Ft. 1jtils. Sept. 2. H. Chandler Ega.t, present western and former International 8I - champion, representing the Western Golf association, AMERICAN ASSOCIATION will start the Olympic cup team championship competition on the links of At Ktrtrw Hty First gme--S-t. the Gldu Echo co 'Btry club here toPaul. 5; f&1 City, 2. Ceoc-ngame morrow. He will be paired with I C. a til. FatP. City. 8. Fownts, Jr- - of the Western Golf asaoeistlov, holder of Lord Nelson 1"6. Merry Belle mi. Indian.At Lou1st15, .First, game MEXICO CITY EXCURSION. 11. Second the cup. apolis, 1: roisvllle. Haughty 106, LIr1j' burn 103, Bitter game Indtaa.mJ". 2: Louisville. 3. Hand 105. , Daily, September 3rd to 14th. ahe'a crux over At Columbus-V)led- n, 'Miss Blank Math rare, six furlong Falkland 0; Columbus. 1. 102. Veto 102. Juror 102. Green Via Union Pacific. (68.80 round tr'Her painting look 11. Detroit 10. Allirts 103. Jay Ward Percy At MijweutoF. 97. Optional trip. Tickets good to return until allowed. M7. Ethel Barry 1"::. John Doyle 103. Oeto'vr 31st. tpTbed, rain. spalls, gaiie Free Prew. and Estes Doctor Specialist Guile era master In the air. I have watched by the hour birds similar te these following along In the wake of a Bteamer, but had never before had sutdi chances with a camera. Often they poise, meting apparently motionless oa outstretched wing. It ia a difficult feet. A small bird cant do It A sparrow hawk can only poise by tbs rapid beating of bla wings. The gulls seem to bang perfectly till, yet tlicra la never en instant when the wlnga and tall ere not constantly adjusted te meet the different air current. Jnat as in booting the taplda In n canoe, the paddle must be adjusted every moment te meet (be different eddies, currents and whirlpools, end It b never the asms In two different Instants. A gull by the perfect adjustment of Ita body, without a single flap of the wlnga, makaa headway at might In the teeth of the wind. I saw one retain a perfect equilibrium In a stiff breeze, and at tbs a me time reach forward and cratch hla ear American Magaalne. First race, six furlnngh Don Doin'! Ceiere 100. Chief Mllllken MS, Hannibal Rev 102. Rlark Mantilla 96. Redwood II. 94. El Giro 105. Col. Jim u military .championship of the United Douglas 117. Hector Hi. Mlltiadca inks. States by authority, of the President. Old None 109. Plstioon 106. Buttinski The competitor making the beat aver- 97. Florentine 100. Roscne 105. Second race, five fiirloDRS Sslnrida, age score will be entitled to the 116. Timothy military championship for one year, a Mlldrene 97 each. championship medal, an autograph Wen 100. Demo. Voting 97 esch. m. Third rare, one commendatory medal from the PresiMarshal Ney 109. Oheron 100, The dent of the United States and (50. Corrigan 19 each, Captsia . When Writing, Address Drs. ELUOTT & NORRIS, Ogden d. and waa won by El lege rd of France, who now hold the world' championship. anManager J. M. Chapman ha nounced his program for tonight . races will he held tomorThe row night on account of iAlmr uay, instead of Tuesday, and are as follows: Five-tull- e lap and mile handicap OPEN DAY AND EVENINGS. OFFICE 2341 YVABH. AVE. ever. Kramer has won the Aemrican championship for several years, but this season no American champtoosbip race was run. The world's championship rare was held at Geneva, Bwits-erlan- j , Chicago, 4; Cleveland, 1. Chicago, Ilia., Sept. 2. Opportune Bernherd and Bemls. Washington Avs. it rifle In the hands of a king's prizewinner. When King Carlua of Portugal, waa Purts before spending a few days hia last . visit to England, he performed some astonishing fmia with a revolt nr at a meeting ot tin "Pontoler" rluh. At distance 4 tweut yards he knocked over, one after another, sixteen small dolls, and put twelve successive halls in the body if running babbit," and at thirty yards, using a .44 revolver, he fired twelve seconds at shots within rwenty-eigh- t a target n p- - sentlng a man In profile and evert I .illet, if the target had been hutinn, would have gone through sa: for yours. MAN WANTED! Somewhere near Ogden to aaaiat us in showing and selling properties. No experience necessary, If willing to let ns rearh you the real estate business. to honest Salary $60.00 per month man, willing to devote part of his time We MADE BV EXPERT SHOTS MARKSMEK Sa--"- Usns-Xelao- 22M sportsmanl'ke conduct dnnug Specialists i u ALLEN J. C. -- ak,' King Carlos Knocks the Ac ef Diamond at Thirty Feet Put Fiva Shota Through Hoio. Has Cost Hunters Many Hundred Dollar Every Year. A Braoe of Grouse Miners Fsvor Gene Because They Think Nolan Has Imposed Upon Him. veil. FINE Drs. Elliott & Norris Salt lal-e- . Sept ? Fiank Kramer left for lvt home :n New Jersey ye terdsy morning acit satisfied with hi short stsy in Ituli. During the month Kramer ha ridden here hf is mime ith (2 MW better off and goes the good will of nearly every ruling on account fan lu the of fcti REVOLVERS SPORTSMEN FIGHT FOR HOME. American Champion Is Well Setiahed With Hie Months Riding Here. FEAIS KITH EXPENSES OF ALL PEADY PEOPLE OP SPORT 3 190fi. S, . Stop-over- s hand-aewin- the best g hand-mad- e shirt, unlaundered, one yeer subscription. Bread and eakea to be exhibited second day at 10 a. m. The Ogden Packing and Provision Co. will buy fat hogs. For the beat pen. not exceeding five head, weighing from 175 to 250 lbs. each, will pay pay 8c per lb. live weight For second best pen, same conditions, will one-hacent per pound above market price. For all competing hogs, same cent above the market price. conditions aa above offer, will pay Richardson ft Grant, the crockery penple, will give (5.06 in merchandise for the best exhibit of sugar beets. Richard son ft Grant, the crockery people, will give (5.66 in marehan-dia- e for the heat dfbplay of tomatoes not leas than one buabeL A. E. Weatherby offers (10.06 cash priae on veal calves. For two heat and fattest veal calvea not over alx week old (5.00 each, and will buy all entered la competition at market price. Edgar Jones Co. will buy fruit. Will pay (5.00 for the best buahel of appla and 95.no for the best bushel of peaches. Entries must he made for all special premiums, fbe same aa for premiums offered by tha association. Boyle Furniture Co. will giv appropriate picture, value (10.00, for beat general exhibit made by city pnhlle schools. Ogden Furniture aud Carpet Co. will give appropriate picture, value (10.00, for beat general exhibit made hy county public school. . lf one-fourt- h WANT ADB YIELD BIG RESULTS. WANT ADB YIELD BIG RESULTS WANT ADB YIELD BIG RESULTS. WANT ADB YIELD BIG RESULTS WANT ADB YIELD BIG RESULTS WANT ADS YIELD BIG RESULT . '