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OOPEX, UTAH. THE MORXIXG EXAMINER, 6 HUXPAT, MARCII KING DECISION TWO STEP Governor CUllett. of California, haa vetoed a hill making more stringent the law against child Laour. The bill CONTEST HELD AT THE AUDITORIUM LAST NIGHT. Harrison Lindsay and Norma Ulrich Wans Awarded the GMd Medals. The final contest two-air- y wu held last night at tbs Auditorium abating rink before a large aad enthusiastic audience. Seven couplet out of the leu who had qualified during the week and of that number the folwere selected by the judges lowing to try conclusion with the best roller abate In the village below: Glenn Leehua and A. Harrison Lindsay, Norma Ulrich and Clarence Allen, Eva Turner and Charles Clark. Reputation is a thing of slow growth but easily deni roved, Eva Weber and Lee Denman, Cora ffould our merchandise have the standing in thin roinuiunit'y it ha unless we had sold good merchandise? We do nut Paine and LawrenceMr.Farr. The fln,t couple mentioned, Lindsay and ti7 to fool the people, it does not pay. hllaa Laahus, won the gold medals If you have never dealt with us then ask about us of awarded as first prize; Norma Ulrich some one who is our customer. If that customer toils you and Clarence Allen were given the our goods are poor and too high priced, do not come to our second prize, consisting of a pair of alumlaum skates each, and tbe third store. The following lines of goods have helped to make our prtie. n box of handkerchiefs each, was awarded to Eva Turner and reputation: Ready-to-wea- r Chary-- a Clark. Suits and Wraps, distinct in style and The Interest In tbe coolest wee of perfect fit. the red-hu- t variety, and the skaters txmt Dress Goods and Silks. did their proudest. It was no easy Always the world's matter for the Jutlgea to gtva a decl Iependable Shoes for Ladies and Children. slon, and whlls there were many pres' Underwear and Hosiery, the very lent. ent, as there alwaye are at sue 1 Hundreds of other departments which you can put your events, who did ant agree with the flection of the Judges In one in whole confidence in. atanoe, yet in the main the crowd waa of the opinion that the awarding of prison waa fair. . During the ensuing week two-ster notes! a will be held In Bah Lake City and five couples will be selected to try conclusions with tha Ogden skaters. That the couples from thla city will make a creditable showing goaa without saying. Meaars. Bohenaenbach, Zellar, Hen Jackson and a representative of UNDATED REDIGNATIONB. of K. H. Hot hern and Julia Marlowe, tlay, who opea la London April li. latter one of the local papers acted as la the event. Honolulu, ltarch 10. A bill was Inthey will play In Part and HerRo. Judges I troduced Is tha territorial legislature The Illustrated papers era filled with tertha today maklnf Illegal pictures of the players. Mr. Sathern string by IMPORTANT MEETING ritorial officers erf undated resigna- and Miss Marlowe will play Hamlet In te It the the Hamlet theater at Elsinore. tion! appointing powera. A Call te Citizens te Upheld the baa bam charged that Governor CarNational Guard, ter baa required all sppolnteea to BREWERS CANT OWN SALOONS. glvo him an .undated resignation ai The bualneaa men. their employes tha lima of appointment. Lincoln, Neb., Mnrrh SO. The houen and all friends of the movement to hy unanlmoua vote paaaed the tenet SOTHERN-MARLOWTOUR. bill to prohibit brewerg from owning complete, at the call of the governor aalnuns or aalnon licensee. Ha object of the atate, the organiaatloa of one Losdoo. Msnrh 80. Tha newepapera la to force brewers and whulesslrra or more militia comiianlea of Ogden, the contingent required to comply with era greatly Interested In the arrival out of the retail liquor business. tha law, are requested to meet, at S o'clock p. m, sharp, at the Armory of the National Guard, Tuesday, April find, where all who may attend are promised an intereating and profitable evening. At a preliminary meeting, held last night at the Weber club, the following resolutions were adopted: Whereas, Ogden Is requested by Hla Excellency, the Governor of Utah, to furnish its contingent of the National Uuarda of this state. Resolved, That we, the business men of Ogden and friends of the cause consider It our patriotic duty, to respond to the call from the Governor, for which we pledge our hearty support. Resolved, That we, the buslnmm men of Ogden, In pursuance of the duty as citizens we owe unr state, hereby pledge ojirselvea to nae our best efforts an encouragement toward the enrollment of our employee, promising those who will do so. a bonus of five per cent added to their you ever stop to think that one of the ordinary salary. Resolved, That we, the huilnesa inventions of the greatest invent men of Ogden, In order to all and encourage the movement, to furnish or Thomas Alva Edison is something a ful) quota of a militia company from Ogdon, agree ta sign a roll paying 1 to amuse. The Edison Phonograph, a scientific per month for tha purpose of Treating n Hind, from which medals may be .instrument, is the greatest plaything a nation ever purr hazed and awarded the most deserving in drill, marksmanship, deporthad. We will bet that there are two million ment, etc. Resolved, That we. the business men of Ogden, who may be employers ht people listening to Edison Phonographs of the young men Joiiilug the Ogden two million people, some of whom contingent of militia, will, during their might absence at the annua encampment, continue their salaries. otherwise be less agreeably entertained. A soon aa tha roarer of the companies la completed the event will lie The Edtea is Ulkiag sr ringing la aaariv celebrated with a grand military ball. evary ciriliird Phoootnph Come all or you rlrlzena, and friends touched the button that turned on wnik. song and language. aad flooded the world with enteruinment. who feel Hint this la a patriotic duty It it haatd evrrywheie but In your home. Why don't yob which should lie performed, and Join repair thie omiarioa t beversl stores ia your tows caa show you hew. (ia st the festive board next Tuesday. Respectfully, NaUoetl Phoeagraph Company THE COMMITTEE. I ahrolSn An, N. gJ. entew-d- , a CordlIIy, . J. Burt & Bros. la aa amendment to the present law and would make- - more strict regulations against the unlawful employment of children, and provided aever-era- l penalties for violation of the law. Union labor In Beattie, Wash, does not aee a remedy in presidential approval of passports, and will organize n Japanese exclusion league advocating tha absolute dosing of the gates on the little brown men. Th prop used treaty la ridiculed and declared Ineffective. A strike of the Order of Railway n Trainmen and Conductors or the lines In Texas and Louisiana is ' considered Imminent. Tha demands of the men are for increased wages, ranging to a maximum of IS per cent Har-rinia- New York police want the eight-hou- r day. Several hundred of them held meetings recently and decided to organize all the men on the fence and then make a aland for (he three-platoo-n system. The machinists of Providence, voted to demand a I, have and an Increase 10 R. nine-ho- of day per cent In pay, to tnke effect on June 1 of the present year. A schedule of ten hours a day ia now In force among the me cbiniais, and the pay ranges from to 1125 a day. 8-- The new stale of Oklahoma has adopted what la known aa the standard child labor law which Is similar to the law In force in several of the Eastern states. A of all the Portland, general tie-u- p Ore., lumber mill la threatened aa the reault of a strike for higher wages Inaugurated by chute men. circular has been lsaaqd by tha Panama Canal authorities abolishing ruraulidve leaves of absence. and obliging all those entitled to three months leave to taka It on April 1 or lose the right to any leave at all. The order has created considerable oom-meand general dbwatisfhctlon among the employes. A at There is big excitement la Went Australia union circles, aa a result of the Regintrar refuting ragtutratlon to some unions, because they devote aame of their funds to political purposes.' Eleven hundred boilermakers and their helpera struck recently In Chicago at the plant of the Chicago Shipbuilding company after their demand for iarrasHed wages had been refused by the company. E DID to-nig- oa-riu-ne Pealera with erimblished alores wasted to sell Ediaoe Rwaagraphata set cortn4a NEW every tows Smith E. F. BRATZ Real Estate Bargains IX AXT PART OF TUB CITY AND 00D5TY. MACHINERY INSTALLED Kensington, Ta., kce menders, 400 In number, who went on strike several days ago for an advance In the rate of pay, have decided to stand by their original demand of an increase of of a cent for ordinary work and f a cent for fine work. one-quart- er one-hal- . . Improved City and Farm Property Promptly Negotiated. 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S. , The King of Blood Purifiers, ana restore this vital to its normal healthy condition, and enjoy the blessing of good health. Book on the bloid and any special medical advice desired will be furnished free of charge to all who writeT THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY, ATLANTA, 64 X S-- TAFT AT COLON. Party Takca a Special Train for ama. Pan- Colon, March 20. voli at Aooon will be their headquarters daring their atay on tho Iathmua EQUITABLE TERRITORY DIVIDED. New York, March 30. In dividing work formerly In charge of Gage win devote hlmietf t, The workers in the oil fields about Ileauniont, Texas, are planning to reorganise the Oil and Gea Workers' union. I At. the recent session of the International Miners congress in Europe the report of the credential committee waa to the effect that there ere 708,200 miners In Great Britain, of whom 480,000 are organized and have elected fourteen members of the house of com-- , tnona. In Oermany there are 600,000 miners, uf whom 112.000 belong to the German Miners Federation and 70.000 belong to German Christian Miners Federation. Austria haa 125,-00-0 miners, of wlmm 40,000 are organised In unions. Repeated pretexts hare been made Brltlxm Columbia to Ottawa against the and vs I erf large numbers of Hindoo immigrants, who are considered more object touable than the Chinese from a labor standpoint, and who, furthermore, may became a charge on the community. from The new .lwpan ose Labor party's program Includes opposition to monopolies, anil favors ' universal male and female suffrage, a general Increase In wagea and reitunlon of hours, the abolition of capital punishment and of titular diatfnciloiis, fundamental reform In taxation and arbitration In all international EXPENSIVE FREIGHT WRECK. the T. Tarbeli, who recently resigned aa Paul Morton, president of tha Equitable Life Assurance no ciety, In a letter to tbe general agency, announces that ha will personally look after the territory in the west- Oakland ern part of both the United States and Canada. George Wilson, second MarrV Noe. 88 and 48 oa th City, Ind., train t, Southern railway had a head-ed- i today near Caldwell, Ind., ii which thirty cars were compleui . wrecked and two engine wore The property lorn will nacl dtnJ-lahe- 160,000. que.-ilon- a. CONFEDERATE ans. VETER- - New Orleans. March 30. Announce nient was mnl today In the form of a general order by General Stephen Another Ogden firm, the Smith Mattress factory, has hopped onto the D. Leo, commanding the hand wagon of progress and win unite United Confederal Veterans, of the In the genera pasan of Improvement. addition of twenty-fivcamps, emThla surcethtful firm has recently re- bracing ten xtsti-sto the United Conceived a number of large pieces of federate Veterans. Among them are Improved modern machinery for In- Hobart rani it or Hobart. Okla., and stallation In tbe factory located at llm lledfnrd Kore- -t ramp of Portales, New Mexico. eastern limit of the city. Aa expen from the cast is In the PROSPERITY OF ITALIANS. city and Is .supervising the Installs-tiof the machinery. The principal An arm-ipiece of Installed Is a felt f unusual surprise and making machine. A trial run will be unusual informsiinn ia contributed to made this (Sunday) morning from Id Appleton's Magazine for April hy G. o'clock until 12 o'clock for ihe benefit H Amz'e. The Royal Italian Ambaa-sadoof he employes of the upholstering has written 'an Introduction to department of the Rovle and Osdcn the article, from which wne quote: Furniture companies. The expert from On the authoritr of the census of the east will be present to demon HUM There were then in the United strate the efficlenc) of modern ma- States 1.217.124 persons born in Italy or of Itallsn parentage. The Italian chinery in this special work. Chamber of Commeree of New York RAILROAD RATE ADVANCED. City took a census for Itself in 1804 Hnd found that the Italians In New On All Eastbound Grain and Gram York Slate numbered 48S.178. AcProducts. cording tu George C. Speranza there was In New York City savings banka Washington. March ... ! that time 815.000,000 of the saved at am,r(1. rnce with their money of Italian immigrants, and express-- ! tome rime mro. the railroads const! of them owned real estate worth Miilng the western trunk lines. 120.000,00. There were 10,000 stores Traffic association and the bv Itallane worth 87.000,000 more, extern trunk lines hare filed with the kept and a wholesale bnalneaa In their lu'crstate Commerce conimHrion tar-j- hands worth 87.500,000. The property increasing their rates on east-out- of the Italian colony in New York grain and giain products, to he calcnlated at C0.000.000. and City acbecome effect ve about. April 1st. This cording to a newspaper report lefore itii.-wax taken, it Is understood. nu this is much below ihe ralimtlnu .if Iter an, of the enact hy s..me their holdings in St. Louis. San Franlegislatures of som of the cisco. Chicago, sud Boston. a of laws regarded as laimir. to ttivir interes t. WANT ADS YIELD BIG COMPAIRiSON e I The Great Educator of the Age in line of goods allows us to invite COMPAHISOX and in most cases we win out, too. The inspection of onr stock of Bike Wagons, Go-- boots, Gaffrdy A Wagons, Hurreys, etc., (robber or steel tire) will, we believe, make you our customer if you want one. We inrite you to come and look. e JEWEL . im-uti- nn Stoves and Ranges are famous fnel savers. They will add to your comfort at home. Ask your neighbor who has one. Onr SYRACUSE plows aad OBBORNE spring - tooth riding harrows are taking the lead. We esa SHOW you. "We Will Treat You Right" n eni nn-nt- s s RESULT t the eastern and southern state u! tha foreign agencies. exposition. UNITED Mattrea Factory Increases Capacity of Plant D The Mayflower here arrived thla morning with early 'five thousand additional miners In North Wales have joined the Miners' Secretary Taft and party. They were welcdmed by Chief Engineer Stevena. Federation. Only two collieries now Dr. Gorgaa, the chief sanitary officer, remain outside the Federation. General Manager Bierd of the Panama and other., and took a aperlm Several of the large national and in- railroad for Panama. The voyage waa ternational labor bodies have. decided train to huM their contentions at Norfolk uneventful and all Ihe members are this summer, during tbe Jamestown enjoying good health. The Hotel Ti r m Loom 1907. 31, Burton Implement Co. 2312-1- 6 Washington Avc.