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I THE MORNING EXAMINER: UTAH, OGDEN, Till l.SHAV XOKMNU NUVEMIlKi: RESCUED l!tor.. . SPORTS Captain and Cre Rescued From the Barkentine Whitewing. tin. X 7 the) wen ibmi; f: 3 SEVEN MEN. it-a- iLc the el t ul i Ue Nina liiieMiiis ainl her Ki Muni m1iiii ii iliuji iul.i AQUEDUCT uieu of harken! iu :i ray sin ! i RESULTS nih. .No. 7 J. hdil a Uai row from liea h when hi uiuuu' Hr. IH, fell in the fifth rare ui Vguediiei luiiu). J.M-ke- wiiv l, p.n-brought to the tier mau '.ai.h e;,Ui-tn; llannetu-lln- . hicii at. u t.l fr.-iWaa m Uaeluaa and The cw;a,h . taill - At J ll ,. .,n the ms e rein e,i I,, ll.e elllel gene) ;u lilt tuddiH'k, Wl:, If he W:is I'ei it lei ,d i Wlih Ivilvai'kK jiim auarh ,iu, InoK, his neck la the ta',1 lie i ot w.ia ha, l.e, I ,( iwn iroiu 7 i, loci til lnn.l.ei In nt 111,' tile an the i iiu' whs g.il 'fi ill Heli,kk) fait'-- ) eieil ilrffriug arri lie k'0l OMi:ou. tun het-ir- r irinsl! track "on iiuh-f a mil,- ,,f 1a linker, field lu:l son, ,, i:.vn:li earl) Tii.du hum uiug j erowd:n anil the flare rheiv was Hr His tell .Mi'uuwlele Mi iff her on the .Igllii:. of , fa oil..-i Kchauf of the Mannheim d- ,.iUe iapt. HHr, wo'ktMl hia ai (,n( a biu: ymt after a Laid 'rugg!i tin through aud wuu h two icnglha. He j -'- Hru-beaa- kll-rk- e,l - M.-Ij- Ali-ku- h,i-lj- I.iIm-oiiiI- i,,.,-crg- lr , 1 liii.-i-lu- tii-- i 1 di-,- flTROUBLBfl - h-- - crew wmk oi ,i!ii. irecucii Flial ruee, iit fulonaa Molllgoinere wuu. Mam Chanee kTab Hawk third P.iue, 1:114a Sceoud race, one mile Maitui lv,v 1,, Dissatisfied With the Retention cf Prof. won. 1 ff ihe Yale miviiiiI, s.,lU,r Moncneft. Mo) third Time l.tui-6- . Third rai-efive furkiuga .lerey Juik-Hil7 Fla.. Nov. Tlie tnrrc won. Sally HreMuil aecoiul. laid) student bud) of .mom r,im iff ilu- fene lauly Kaima liitrd. Time. :5!M-a- . eiruek aiul sent home tar) college Kiur:h race, the Uoodniere aiakca. toils). They left a Mgueil aialeuu-u- i furhaiga Jacoliitc won, that they were ilium i.tiivl wirli ihe re- selling Kea nr tention of frof. Muncr.t IT. whu two 1 : !ii 3 ;,. xeeoud, Muuei third. Time weeka ago aiablied Kcv. ('. Millei Fifth race, one miie Al:r l'Or The preaiiieut iff the won. ilowalMiul You aeeond. Ouiaedart U Mill quite III from hi wounilh lie third Time. 1 tj S i. and I'rof. Muiicri- - It disputed ,ner tiu Rlkiii race, hi xfurVoug- a- Suffrage Ilona aboui aernug food to the sin on. ffiaier Frances sect ad, Sliver' den meaa aud I rut. Moiirrelff that he stabbed Kcv. Miller in arir Wedding thinl. Time, 1:14. STUDENTS LEAVE. aii-,- sD WITH OLD HARNESS . runaway mav cauae morn Snrioua Injuries and soma- -' times death are the awful results. An old harness Is ofren responsible, butt a new harness wtih weak sputa la iff la Just as bad Tha kind we sell hare NO WEAK SPOTS. ' You will get your mower's worth ifi ' yan buy harneaa of ua Odr new nddmaa ta 2TT Wasting1 A than-trouble- . l, - lir CC LU defense. LU LATONIA RESULTS. PANKEISOFF EXPELLED. fini-iuiiati- . Nov, 7. Summary: FIi-f- I race, six furlongs Tsars won, OdekKa, Nov. 7. M. 1onkeiMeff. vice Atlbeli a (MX aid, Fugurtha third. Time ineirldeiit of the Odessa tHinailliitioual 1: 14 3 R. HeuiiM-rata- . haa Deen lined 1(0 and orSecond rave, six furlongs The Gold-edered expelled from the city for as Bird won. Idalia second. Spider kwig aa marital law remains in force Web third. Time, 1 :13 Imcaiise without the pernilaskHi of the Third rare, seven furlongs -- Minnie authorltlea there waa held In a house Adams won. Telegrapher aecond. Old a meeting to dlacuaa the approaching Slime third. Time, 1:S7. election. Twenty-fou- r others prebent. en Fourth race, one won, among whom were docttirs. lawyeia KuUoha second, Windshield third. lawyera and several municipal coun- Time. 1:42. cillors, were lined 50u each, with the Fifth race, six furlong Gold Proof alternative of Impriaonineni. Gov. Gen. wuu. Ida Haris second, Nuns rYillng Kaubara declare he will not allow third. Time, 1:14. for electoral purposes, meeting Sixth rare, one milo Henry Waiter-sowhether legal or illegal. won. Henry U. second. Moccasin Maid third. Time, 1:41. GILLETT'S PLURALITY. "I have lieen somewhat ooetlve, but Ran Krancisco, Nov. 7. At midnight Dam's gare Just the reealta returns were still very incomplete. desired. Reguleu act mildly and tegulale They Only 1.M8 precincts out of a total of the bowel perfectly." 4 ieorge B. 2.471 in the elate have been reported. Krause, Sou Walnut Ave Altoona, Ta, These gives Uillett (K.l for governor a plurality of tt.VTfi. The flgurea on A JOKE ON THE DOCTOR. Glllett (R.l. 11,072: governor are: -- u j!(Tpia Saddlery Co.; WE CAN MOVE ANYTHING. MALAN TRANSFER COMPANY Pray ond Vans, mile-Hold- Bell ill.), 72.097: ingdon d.l. 2P.lu. ('halrmsu Stone of the Ueptibllrsc state central committee tonight estimated Glllett plurality at in.noti. The IVmocrailr committee was not yet iwsdy to concede Uillett's election. A Baltimore physician eaya that recar cently he boarded a fbarlea-atree- l that was sadly ovei crowded, lie soon observed a big German apra led o it an area sufficient to seat two lemon a at least, while Just in front of him stood a poor, wan woman banging to MINISTERS RESIGN. a strap, indtguant at tills exhibition Chrialiaula. Nov. 7. The minister of selfishness on the part of the Ger of finance and enstonis, K. Hagerup-Bul- l, man, the physician tapped him on Ihe nayiug: and Ihe minister of agriculture, "boulder, "Bee here! Why don't you move a A. iieavtnge. have resigned ami have so that this tired woman nisy been succeeded respectively by M. little, have a seat? Berge and M. A. Aroatad. Theae For a moment the German looked ebangw in Ihe cabinet are the out- taxed. Then a broad smile spread come of the recent election, which re- over hia con u lens nee as he answered: sulted favorably to the leftists. The cm you. all rigid! a dot's Joke Kay. new uiinlnters are prominent Hut's my vlfe! Harper's Weekl) . C LU LU A solution of a teldespomiful of spirits of ammonia and one quart iff water is excellent to wash hair brushes In. Hip (lie brim lea up and down In the water without wetting the hark, rinse in clear warm water, shake well and dry in the air, but not in the sun. this morn- ing comment at length on the result of the election in New York. The Figaro regards the outcome a a personal victory for President Roosevelt. thst Hoclslism LTlumsnlte alone will benefit from the enonuuns revolutionary movement against capital and the Journal saya the Republican party will be disillusion iced and that the time is now past fur the obstruction of reforms. jnaa-aagtn- Tears are a luxury tate-jKtu- O O CASTELLANS counties savedTICKET. IDAHO REPUBLICAN Ida., Not. 7. According to ro NniH thl i. morning it Mcmi aasurad war Gorernor Gooding, the Republican ruflldate for gorernor, baa bean retrod. though hia plurality a bora h"aT loaae from the rote he receir-in Ipnt. French, the Republican for oungrraaman, ia probably over Hsttsbaugh, Democrat. but h a considerably narrower margin 'ban Gioding. The return are tery 'I11, but eatimatlng these Judge Stock can a'1, the Democratic gubnatorial and Hattabaugh. the Democrat-,for cungrea. will carry Bor,hrn Idaho, while the western part he state will gire light majojltlea 't- Gooding and French, and the ""'liern conntiea (Mormon I will give 'ivy Republican - pluralltlea. 4 - , 7. The Demo-'fa- ' claim the iate for Stockalager rovernor by about a thouaand plu-- r Tlie Republicans claim it for The legla by two thouaand. il"ir t bellcred to be Republlcaa. r',p rtnirn are rratterfng. biiiM. Idaho. Nor. York Central railroad are to be placed-o- whom served in the army. After a red trial today in the federal court on hot discussion of the question, particichargee of alleged rebating. The rail- pated la by nearly all the members, road company ia charged with giving the Tent, by an almost unanimous rebatee cm augar abipped to Cleve-lan- d vote, put Itself on record as believing and the American Sugar Refining that the sale of beer, with Its email company la charged with accepting percentage of alcohol, end light wines, would resolt la a big decrease of the same. Aa the caaea are nut identical, the drunkennese among the soldiers of the two companies will not stand trial to- army. The view waa also expressed gether and K la probable that the New by many of the members that If tba York Central will he tried ft rat. The laws of the country should discriminmagi mum penalty la 120,000 on each ate strongly in favor of beer and light count. There are two counta agalnat wines the result would be to greatly each in the Jndlctmenla found hr a favor true temperance and cauae federal grand Jury, fn a previous drinkers of srdent spirits to turn to caee agalnat the New York Central the lighter beverages. The light. It Is stated, is to be carJndge Holtaen sentenced the company ried into other Tenta of the Order which was within 12.000 of the mail-mupenalty on each count charged. throughout the country, and army ofIt la not ilkely that the trials will ficers believe that a vast amount of occupy any considerable time, aa the good will be done toward awakening evidence fa largely documentary. public sentiment aa to tbs harm that baa been dons the soldiers of the THE ARMY CANTEEN. army depriving them of beer and Washington. D. C.. Nov. 7. Tremendous interest baa been excited In temperance circles by the adoption of resolutions favoring the restoration of the sale of beer and light wlnea In the army canteens by Advance Tent. Independent Order or Rechabltes.. of this ON TRIAL FOR REBATING. city. The RechaMtee compose the oldest temperance organisation in the of member, S Nor. 7. The American world and has thausands reformed drunkards many of -- v Rvflnirg crri-n-y ail the New mostly . Go-di- ng Y-- -ti. KID BROAD ARRESTED. New York. Nbr. 7. -- William Broad, commonly known sa "Kid" Broad, pugilist, was arrested last night after Thomas Burne had been slabbed and probably mortally Injured. The stabbing occurred at a ho'el at Broadway and street, where the police say. Broad was employed to the crowds election from blowing keep horns in the hotel. It la alleged that Broad attempted to prevent a party, including Bums, from entering the place, when Burns suddenly sank to the ground bleeding from a knife wound. The crowd rushed at Broad, but he wae rescued by policemen and locked up on a charge 'of felonious Forty-secon- d KANSAS CITY FIRE. Kansas City. Nor. 7. The causing them to turn to the vile drinks brick building at 38 West 8lxth street Bold In low saloons surrounding army in this city, occupied by the Harvest King Distilling company, waa destroyposts. The Bpanisb War Veterans, in re- ed by fire last night, cm using loss of cent annual convention here, without a 1409,000. dissenting voire, directed Itn legislative committee to press Congress for HARRIMANB MAN VICTORIOUS. action In favor of changing the canNew York. Nov. 7. J. X- - Harahan teen laws, and strong effort la to be made to have something done. Army waa today elected president, iff the Ilofficers ere giving their cordial sup- linois Central railway, succeeding port to the movement. Stuyvesant Fish. four-stor- 224. Boll, 820. Griffin Paint Co. PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, WALL PAPER, ETC 2281 Washington Ave. BOTH 'PHONES Ind. 844 Bel 530 K rVMBBMBRMBB In which no g wo- hatred is like a runaway horse; there ia no telling where II may take one. la the result of right we must thinking. With even heellate to plunge headlong into y r mot hin that are likely to bring and unhappiness. life I filled with many problem. We solve these to a great extent by a little inner reflection, by overcoming prejudice to tujny and by permitting people their their own kind of piesaitren, own Idea and their own live. Many of ii are made absolutely miserable becauNC we rant foroe everyone to live according to our own notion. Who la there great enough lo put bife or her opinions above the opinion or other? I'd like to know. TRIAL. Self-contr- self-contr- nil-cr- RHODE ISLAND ELECTION. MORMON PHONES Ind, . Paris, Nov. 7. The court, room the palace of Justice occupied by the tribunal of firs) instance of the Heim1, again Judge Pllte presiding, ws crowded today when the hearing of the divorce suit brought by the Connies de rastellane, formerly Anna Gould, against her husband. Count Honl, was resumed. O Street. h man past thirty ran afford to indulge Kight ihluklug ia the foundation of happiness. It gives understanding. It teaches one to grant the other peraon the privilege that one aska for oneself. The mind that becomes inflamed with auger. Jealousy, revenge and In U. Twenty-fift- try washing the fere with distilled water and tar toilets suep and It gently at nig Iff. with sulphur ointment. A hot bath should, be taken once a week at least and a sponge bath dally. Pbnruix, Ailx.. Nov. county, with three small precincts yet d to hear from, gives in favor of No figSH2; against It. 2.IMI3. ures from other counties approaching Some show sniallpr ami completion. some little larger Join tune vote tffhn Maricopa, but Maricopa ia a good ealh mated average. Q OFFICE 40$ If badly tmulilod with Uarkhasds, ARIZONA RETURNS. LU a, FOR THE TOILET. FRENCH VIEW OF ELECTION. rris, Nov. i.Tlie pHieni i Baffgngt Wagaoa. OUR SPECIALTIES PtaM, Fweui-turSafe Mavlnq and Storage. n u W. A. Malan. S. E. Malan. Providence, B. I., Nov. 7. James II. Hlgdns, Democratic candidate for governor. ha a plurality of 1,238 over Gov. George H. Filer, Republican. The Republicans elected the other member or Ihdr Ucaet. The defeat of Rorux and soda brighten' Uglit goldGov. l'tter la attributed In part to his attacks on Gen. Drayton, the Republi- en h!r. but a they are extremely can leader. drying they should be used with the iittnoHt caution. One baa to remember that what will agree nicely with MURPHY'S STATEMENT. one glory halo will not do for anothlie New Yotk, Nov. 7. Charles K. Mur- er, u the experimenting must who slow. The hair is most sympathetiphy. leader of Tammany hall, with a number of district leaders and cally affected liv the general health accurcandidates received the returns at ande In many cases serves as an and barometer of the physical Tammany hall, said just before mid- st mental cos dll ion. This la not surprisnight: Us It ia now clear to every ono that ing when we know how dependent ia npon the at Buffalo his organisation (Tam- marvelous organisation healthy circulation of the many) did nothing more than recog- absolutely scalp and the tone of its nerves. All nise and obey the demands of the peo- nervous tension and anything that inple." of the This was Mr. Murphy'a only com- terfere with the circulation blood check the nutrition of the hair ment on the election. rootN.with the result that the hair Immediately shows the depressed physiGIRLS WERE RESCUED. cal vitality. Scalp massage and electric brushing are tha most effective 7. Firemen Nov. Columbua. Ohio, remedies for falling hair. rescued twenty terrified girl employe of Andrew Hobble, a dry goods --merA really poor figure can be made chant, from the third floor of his tore ld a blaxe there early today. A few were graceful: the secret la in n soldierly carriage. Iarge hips are not slightly injured. dfxlrable. If one will learn to hold the Sunday School Teacher Now, then. bead erect, in a straight line with the Willie Smart, can you tell me what spine, if you win keep the chet uplifted, the hip back, the abdomen held a prophet Is? WllUe Smart Why, a prophet's one in In fact.' if you will adapt your-e- lf to a modified kangaroo walk." on qf these fellows that's I always lookin' told you so. will be surprised to find bow very for a chance to uy mueh your figure will change for the Philadelphia Leader. better. A good corset, made especialkitly to fit you, will lie a tremendous The new office boy was found ting in hia chair, with the telephone aid. A corset abuuld fit snugly about tbe hips, with Mich line thst hold transmitter in his lap. What in the world are yu doing?" the abdomen in place and spud the hips back. The waist must be large asked the boss. Hule while and ample, and the corset must fit A fellow called up ago." replied the futureboldhead of the tightly only about the hip. The wellthe most of me to cause la the corset told phone and fitting firm, till he called again." Lljipincott'a I good flgurea. Walking will enlarge the Ups. Chicago Record-Herald- . Magaaine. The morn you look at the class of laundry work tamed out by thin establishment tha more certain wo ana that you will continue to favor ua with your orders, for our prises are well within the reach of everyone. Ask for eur new rates on family washing. They will internet you. Ogden Steam Laundry Thonan 174. 4S7 26th SL apl-nd- 1 HAMILTON. OHIO, FIRE. Hamilton. Ohio. Nov. 7. A low of more than Itfi.nno was incurred by a fire which ataned after midnight In the heart uf the bume portion of the cliy. The following I a simple freckle One dram ammonium chlor lollun: ide: four ounces distilled water. Mop on the face, in the caee iff frecnie far as one ta able to pretention, as pra'-ilrit, 1 worth wore than cura.