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OGDEN, UTAH. TDE MOUSING EXAMINER, The founsupply water for the dogs. tain will be placed at ike weet entrance uf the city and county building approached grounds; where It on all side. NOMINATIONS SKULL FRACTURED. Leland Simona Struck by Hammer in Athletic Glr while a leader ia Kyle, The Packard, ' primarily Is confora Is the MiieaTline ef the toot. It thus mans a greate degree ef comfort and aatidac. lion (a the purchaser than the average weH, wean long, and ii in ahoe. It article sldtsm. finished a way every Leland Simons, living at US J street, suffering from a fraoturad skull aa tbs wilt of as accident which occurred on the High school campus Thursday. Wlib other boys, Simona was engaged in athletic a practice when he wee struck by comheavy field hammer, thrown by n panion. Tbe enetal ball struck Simon a glancing blow on tbe forehead, inflicting a depressed fracture. Dr. E. 8. Wright waa called to attend the injured boy. Dr. Wright hat no fears that Simona will not recover, but ie of tbe opinion that the Injury may necessitate an operation and will be considerable time in healing. Salt Lake. fa IncttH, Iml toUto I. L. Clark A Sonar Dept. Stem C. Wash. 2356-236- Avenue. GO! D WEBER COUNTY IN' We have collected thousands of dollars In gold for our Weber eountv client. Recently tbe ftah Vinegar and Pickle Work; Arise Hoi at. a traveling man; G. F. Bo re man, the lawyer; . L. Mra. B. Belch, the butcher; Oeorgeana Marriott: George flmula; R. Chrtstophsrson, and Mra. Mary Ana Flew, of Syra-cnehave been tbe favored ones. We will collect som for yen If yon turn la your claim. Writ fur temut. rjr e, S. 1 y i, 1907. Corapfirs with ad requirements of the National Pure Food Law, Guarantee Nos 2041, filed at WaiLkgu,." AeupereooD THE U. OP U. 8alt Lake. Stay I -- At the meeting of the college studeuts of the University held today tbe following nominations were made for the olfieea of that organization: President: Frank E. Holman, R. W. Young. Jr. Vico president: Juhn R. Stewart, Joe. Barlow, Louis Perry. Secrotary; Cora Mulgravo, Georgia Young, Ren Rogers- - Traannrer: Scott Stewart, James Alley, Debating manager: Jamea Carlson, C. H. Anderson. To select two members for athletic council: Mel Judd, George Roberta, L. H. Robinson, Edward Jones. Managing editor of Chronicle: A. Irina, A. Parsons. Yell leader: Mike Downs, Sterling Talmage. At this meeting the amendments to RUICK IN SALT LAKE. the student body constitution wore adopted providing for nnform recogSalt Lake, My I. United States nition for all of those who win honors District Attorney Rulck was la Salt In any of tha student activities. Lake yesterday on his way to Boise ROOSTER! A NUISANCE. from the national capital. Mr. Rulck declined to discuss tbe Indictments which era said te have bora returned Salt Lake, May I. Because Alice by the federal grand Jury at Bolen re- LJule, who reside next door to Dr. cently. Mr. Ruiek was naked if the T. B. Beatty, on osit First South Western Federation of Miners had street Instate on hoeplng n flock of any part in infiuencing any action of load crowing roosters, and has estabNot the lished tbe coop for tb right under the federal grand Jury. slightest, said Mr. Ruick, the report the doctors window, he to seeking to have the fowls declared a nuisance. ie ridiculous. The suit looking to thin end was filed yesterday before Justloo Dana T. SEEK CLEMENCY. Smith, and Zan a Stringfellow, who Number of Petitions From Convicts represent the defendant, promptly put to a demurrer alleging that them to Filed With Beard ef Pardon. not sufficient cause for action. Tbe contention bf tha defendant! attorBlt Lake, May I. The following to that the roosters are merely petitions for official clemency have neys been filed with the state board of par- ben tame belonging to the children, dons by inmates of the state moral and are not eepable of making noise enough to disturb ths sleep of anyhospital on Sugar House hill: For Pardon Fred Wood, burglary one. first degree. Salt Lake county, sene tenced It yea re, July II, 1906; N. Johnson, felony, Millard county, sentenced 16 months, Sept. 7, 106; Robert R. Robertson, carnal knowledge, Balt Lake county, sentenced three yean, Aug. II, 1904; Gilbert R. Arvett, assault with a deadly weapon, Washington county, sentenced three years, April 19, 1905, For Commutation Peter Hansen, petit larceny, Balt Lake county, sentenced sin months, county Jail, Fsh. II, 1907; George Tulley, robbery, Balt Lake coeaty, sentenced seven year w tut $4.00 IlNIiJerh, LLNCUIICMfa May AT MAY SATURDAY, "Frcth Roasted bothet didn't Coffee?- Merchants Protective Association LOOTl Scientific Collectors of Golden Dollars From Honest Debts Fifth Fleer Commereiel Natienel Sank Bldg, Salt Lake City, Utah. Seme Feeple Dent Like Us." Francis Q. Luke, General Mgr. Oct. II, ' 1904; Royal Morrison, Aibuckles vru die first roasted pack, agedcoffee. Tha pores f each coffee berry m ...n use fresh roasted, coffee, she had Aibuckles.' after loading with beds eggs and ffiaaulited augir to hold the goodness in and coffee aside clear and quickly; an actual and. cation by machinery, ef MothaV methodr -- . . as patented by this firm, The way to get a food cup of coffee dial fata tLs Cofm with al the defirioua flavor intact, is to buy a package of Ac old origami Aibuckles ARIQSA Coffee, and grind ft aa you want to use ft. fat warming k a Erie to develop dm flavor and make the grinding easy. Coffee lasa its identity as Coffee after bring ground or exposed to dw air and is eady contaminated by headline. kiwi. 4m. Th he ss fa pa JagjJggws HERE , Is dost, ss4 mmm rmm mm I as date w'i se, m U mim, ARBUCKLE BROS, New W m YkG STAY et Dental Company In the State This to a branch of the largest and b FIVE YEARS untarnished reputation has made ue the most popular Dental Company in the West and our prices ar within ranch of every one. Take Advantage of Our Opening Prices Porcelain Crowns 93.50 to Set of Teeth (beet red rubber).. $7.00 6.00 A good Set for Gold Crown, 22k ...,,...13.60 to 6.00 3.50 to 6.00 Bridge Work, best Teeth extracted positively without pain by our scientific method (no suffocating gas or torturing noodles.) Free with plate. Honest work. Fair dealings make our success Law-rsno- HIM IBS - bah! IRE AND $1.00 sag Silver and Amalgam FHUng.... Cement FUllnga 12. Years Protected Guarantee. LADY ATTENDANT. UTAH DENTAL CO. M. ZIMMERMAN, 6AI Gold Filling u :i j IND. PHONE SPECIALTY DR. H. L. STONECIFER, Local Mgr. Mgr. OFFICES Bah Lake, Logan, Prove anf Farit City 2457 Washington Ave. burg- HAVE RIOT! lary first degree. Belt Lake county, BROKEN OUT. sentenced 10 years, April 7, 1906; John F. Parker. Emery county, sentenced three years, Oct. W, 1901. For Parole A. H. Greks, petit Tanth Hussar Are Petroling a City Balt Lake eounty, sentenced elf Wa All Started by a News1904; SrpL Jail, II, months, county paper Article. eounBrigham Lyons, felony, 8anpta 10 1906; sentenced years. May 19, ty, John W. Freshwater, felony, Utah Alababad, British India, May I. eouaty, sentenced II months, July I, Serious 1906. riots havo occurThe nfidvo eases will he considered red at Rawalpindi, Punjab. A Hindu burned two bungalows, pillaged Sthe board at its meeting on ths ntob ths mission house, looted and burned a garage and all tha motor can in It, GOODING TO CUTLER. destroyed the plant of a power house and smashed the windows of the of many Europeans. Armed Idahe Governor Would Have Utah Exeeutlve Os North With Boosters. polio eventually, obtained the upper hand and dispersed the rioters. The Salt Lake, May I. Governor Cntler town to now petroled by a squadron today received a very proa sing levita- of the Xenth Husaara. The outbreak at Rawalpindi to atttion from Governor Gooding of Idaho to accompany the business men of ributed to the incendiary Influence of Utah on their excursion to Boise and the wall known agitators who havo other Idaho cities on May 19th. Tbe been making peaches throughout the communication slates that ths people Punjab and who also are held responuf Idaho would feel highly flattered sible for ths recent outbreak at Lato have Governor Cutler visit them on bors. such an occasion. The excursion will be under the charge of Fisher Harris, Rawalpindi la a fortified town of the secretary of the Commercial club, end Punjab, capital of the Rawalpindi dir It is expected that a large number of vision and district, and has about the business men of tbe state will take population.. The Rawalpindi diadvantage of tbe opportunity to visit vision has about 6,600,000 inhmibtants Idaho. The Commercial clubs of ths There waa considerable excitement various cities ef this state will he well at Labor about the middle of Febru-aryrepresented on the trip as well as all following the conviction of the other oommerctal bodies in the state. proprietor and editor of e native newspaper who were accused of stirring up SLEPT ON SACKS TO AVOID hatred against the government and tbe HUSBAND. British army. A story waa printed to the effect that an English officer shot Salt Lake, Mar I. Before Judge a Mohammedan policeman, for refusArmstrong Mrs, Josephine Boeone dm ing to carry tha carcass of a dead boar dared this morning that she was driv- which the officer had speared. The en from her home by her husband, government prosecutor showed the who pursued her with rocks in his story was fictitious and that policeman hands. 8hc further declared that aba waa killed by being thrown from waa cursed and abuaad until she waa boras. The prisoners pleaded that In fear of her life and slept on flour they had pursued aa unverified rumor avoid in good faith, but the eourt sentenced sacks la their bakery in order te her husband. the proprietor to two- - years in prison From childhood, she said she had and a fine, and the editor was congrown up vrlth Bosons and they were demned to six months' Imprisonment msrried fifteen years ago. and n fine. After the sentence had Mrs. Bosone 1 the complalnent In a been imposed, a crowd of Hindus padivorce case which Is being hurt In raded the streets, angrily denouncing Judge Armstrongs court. She asks and hooting every European they met. their for the cere and custody of A despatch from Lahore, April 27th, children end tbe Joint division of their announced that rifles and twenty Is worth which nearly rounds of ball cartridges had been property, the local volunteers In served out-tBosone were Mra. According to they consequence of signs of marked unmarried In Italy June 26, 190. They rest among the Hindu student element, came to this country shortly after the due to the publication of articles in wedding. She declared thst everything the native newspapers Inciting race went along finely nntll four years aft. hatred and demanding native control By running bakeries and boarding of the government by means of an houses they manag'd to accumulate a elective parliament The authorities little money and then Bosone re- had the unanlmoua support of the tired. Great Mohammedan population who, 81nce then, the wife asserts, Bosone at numerous emphaticand monrv his time has spent dallying ally condemned ths festive with the Time and movement spirits. again be came home intoxicated and cursed and beat her, according to ths WHY BURLINGTON WA! BOLD. allegations. Twice, Mrs. Bosone declares, she was obliged to letve her home and Chicago, May 8. An explanation as take care of herself. The laat time, to the reason for selling a controlling she reye, waa Fehruarr 8. 1906. when Interest in ths Burlington railroad to ehe came to Salt Lake City. She has Jamea J. Hill eonta time ago was given IX Wilsince made this her home. In a letter to Three children have been born to lard. bv former Pro. G. R, Perkins, the couple. This morning Peter Bo- which waa read by Mr. Willard at the sons was called to the stand to testify first annual dinner of the Burlington in behalf of his mother. . The other association of operating officers tot witnesses this morning were James night Pedsco and Mrs. Bosons. The hearing In tho letter former President Pep-kinsaid that at the tim the road probably will continue sveral days. waa Mid it was In great danger of beFREIGHT TOO HIGH. ing bought up and felling into the hinds of Wall street speculators and Salt Lake, May 3. The beautiful that to prevent it the road was sold to drinking fountain to be donated br Hill. He stated that at the time the tbe Notional Humane Alliance to hel'd road waa sold there was a gnat deal up at the shipping end of the line tem- of adverse criticism by ths officials porarily oa account of the exorbitant and employes, and that he felt some freight rate to this city from Rockland, explanation was due. Maine. The fountain is valued at and to of Maine granite highly WITCH ELM WON. The railroad people ask polished. 1179 freight on it at the shippers risk, London. Msy S. Ths 1,000 guineas while it will carry the fountain for $313 take at Newmarket today was won hr at the company's risk. A elmilar Witch Elm. Frugality was second and fountain waa shipped to Pasadena, Sixty was third. Seventeen horses Cat, recently and ths freight charges started. wets only 6156. Tbs seoretarr of ths The stakes were for alliance has written to City Humane fillies, distance one mile. Witch Efim, inOfficer Haringer and asked him to the favorite, tuok the lead early ami tercede with the railroad people end won by three lengths In a canter. Altitry and getter a better freight rata. tude, ridden hV Danny Maher, was The fountain weighs five Ions nnd ths fourth. The betting waa 4 to 1 trough is six feet across. Below the against Witch Elm, 30 to 1 against large trough are four small cups to Frugality and 20 to 1 against Sixty. N JESSE J. DRIVER . DRUGG tor-een- IS T anti-Europe- This is the Place to Buy Your Drugs, Guaranteed and Strictly Pure real-dance- First-Cla- ss Prescriptions Carefully Compounded e 2273 WASHINGTON AVE. 90,-DO- B , PHILIPPINE CASES. of tbe United Stales today. One of these was the ease or Matteo Omenta Washington, May I. Two suite of venue the Insular government and deals with the question as to whether Importance to the Philippine Island wera docketed In tbe supreme court tbe prolonged oocupancy of land by a native family gives title as against the old Spanish laws. The Casenlo family lives In tbe province of Ban gust and the land was held by Casenlo as aa Ignrrote chieftain. The other case Ie that of Leonardo Santos against the Roman Catholle church and Lorenao Gregorio, a priest of that church for the municipality of Tam bo bong, in the province of RnaaL The question there Involved is whether the church property la owned by the church and the priest, or by the people of the town by whom it waa built ANOTHER EPISCOPAL Bol-- days Get acquainted with tbe Ogden Steam Laundry today. Delays nr dangerous. Many opportunities that would prove virtually gold nuggets" te people have slipped by owing t delay or hesitation. Dont let thU chance to entrust your laundering with a laundry posseaulng unequaled facilities for turning out your work promptly and satisfactorily slip by any longer. Begin today favoring be with your bundles. ' Ogden Steam Laundry Tboess 174. R 437 26th Garden and Flower Seeds Our splendid stock aide select just what yon want Come and nee as. Stork remedies will be a specialty with us. you to e, BISHOP. Idaho, May 2. The second session of the fifth annual eon-ferm- of the Seventh Missionary department of the Episcopal church was devoted to church matters behind closed doors. It was determined to send a memorial to the general con ferenee of the church to he held at Richmond, Va., In October asking f a rcdlstrlctlng of the territory and the appointment of another bishop. This resulted from a showing made by some bf tbe bishops respecting the great amount of travel incurred In covering their fields. Bishop Fun-- si on of Idaho and Scudding of Oregon particularly were shown to have too much on their hands. PRIMARY ELECTION LAW. Lansing, Mich., May 3. The tower house of the state legislature passed the primary election hill advocated by Governor Wagner. The hill amends the existing law by providing for popular vote on candidates for United Staten senator. It also removes the proviso that If no oandidates for the nomination for governor end lieutenant governor received 40 per cent of the votes cast In a primary election the nominations for governor and governor must, be made by the convention. The bill prohibits newspaper, advertising by candidates. lieu-ena- FIGHTING POULTRY SUPPLIES. EXTRADITION. Francisco, nir with breaking Into and stealing lid.-00- 0 worth of furs from a store In Nw Trk C,,-- B'nnil Pearlmuddcr, alias Bloom, alias Plum, Is making a vigorous fight against hi extradition. Ho was arrested three weeks ago on a request from the east but was released on a writ of habeas corpus with ball fixed at 61.000. When his case wa called yesterday Pearlmudder was ordered Into custody with ball fixe-at 65.000 In cash. Ho la charged with burglary and grand larceny. Ban T. B. Heller (&L Son HAY AND GRAIN. , 2110 ' Washington Avenue. Both . l WANT ADS YIELD BIG RESULT! IS,-00- mass-meeting- s, n POWDER MAGAZINE EXPLODES IN THE CITY OF CANTON, CHINA. Men and Woman Had Their Hands Blown Off and Many Bodisa Hava Baan Taken From ths Reins His-- 1 tori cal Injured. Nlne-BJer- Pagoda y to Hong Kang, May I. Very greeted of Uf and property was caused at Canton yesterday evening by the explosion of a gunpowder magbodice have alazine. Twenty-on- e ready been recovered from the rains. Hundreds of persons were Injured. Fifteen buildings wera rued to the ground and over a hundred were ser. tously wrecked. A section two hundred feet long from the massive city hall wu thrown down. The historical nine-stor- y pagoda escaped with slight injuries. The officials and staffs of the hospitals ore doing their best to succor the sufferers. In ths Bhamisn suburb, where the foreigners live, a terrific shock wu caused by tha explosion hut the wore unharmed. The City ri Canton is about six miles in circumference and is enclosed by walls twenty feet thick ud to forty feet high. from twenty-fiv- e There are sixteen gates into the city besides two water gate. The famous nine-storpagoda, dating from tha beginning of ths middle ages, to situated la the western part of what is known as the old city. Tbe foreigners reside In the Shamlen suburb, founded in 1869 on aa artificial Island upon tbs Houn aide of the river. The population of Canton to estimated at resl-dan- ta three-year-ol- d flame, produced by any stove. This is the flame the New Perfection Oil Stove instant a E'vei the is match ap- plied no delay, no trouble, no soot, no dirt. For cooking, the NEW PERFECTION Wick Blue Flame Oil Cook-Stov- e un equaled. It gives quick results because its heat is highly concentrated. Cuts in two. made in three lizes. Every stove warranted. If not at your' dealers write to our nearest agency. fuel-expen- se y about 900,000. The roofs of houses a mile distant from the exploded magulne wera blown off. A number of important Chinese and establishments foreign 'mercantile were completely demolished. The bodies recovered from the ruin in the vicinity of the magailn were shockingly mutilated. Msny corpses of men and women were without heads. The officer in charge of the magazines wu among thou killed nnd when his body wu recovered a pipe wu found clutched In hto hand, which euggesta the possible cause ot the explosion. The financial losses are enormous. A healthy mu isr n king la his own right; an unhealthy man unhapu Bitters to Blood py slava. Burdock builds up sound health well. Ra&bLamp household use. Made ot braes throughout and beautifully nickeled. Perfectly constructed; absolutely safe; unexcelled in g power; on eminent to any room. Every lamp warranted. If not at your dealers, write to our nearest agency. CONTINENTAL OIL COMTANY nd light-givin- tics to an question with Roosevelt policies, the President te tho American people at this time. Ileves the country will be satisfied! Naturally, he feels flattered fay ap- It will be assured that the progrewn vffl peals made to him to be onoe more a program of this administration candidate, hut he to inclined to at- not be abandoned, tribute there suggationi rather to Later on, if the demand for rriw the approval of the 'pollclaa he hat in- dent Roosevelts nomination itiated and enforced than to any spe- continue, and shofild come from a W cial desire to keep him in the White er section of the people, he will Hone. If the Republican party can a statement of renunciation la th V be Induced to nominate a man Ilk indicated above. -- Secretary Root and Secretary Taft, who peculiarly are identified wth (he WANT ADS YIELD BIG REfiULTA keeps you , ROOSEVELT RESOLVED NOT TO ACCEPT ANOTHER NOMINATION. Has Decided to Issue a Statement to the American .People, Announcing Hlc Position Taft or Root Would Carry Out Hlc Policies President Feels Flattered. Vice-Preside- II,-00- 0, It mean the hottest tnd cleanest Slightly Chicago, May I. A dispatch to the Chicago Tribune from Washington, D. C-- , says: President Roosevelt hu decided to act at rest all talk that he will be a candidate for the Republican nomination for to presidency next year. It was learned yesterday, upon the highest authority,' that at the proper moment toe President will issue a statement to the Americu people, announcing that he will not accept under uy condition and calling attetion to the declaration Be made on ths night he wu elected in Nofollows: vember, 1904, Tbe wide custom which limits tb President te two terms regards the substance end not ths form. Under no circumstances will 1 be n candidate for. or accept, another nomination. The advisability of towing a state-mn- t at toe present time bae been the attention of the (orced upon the result of earnest representation made to him by Intimate friends, politician and people raiding in ever section of the country who want trim to ran again. The President does not feel, hewever. that the time has com for him te publish a state-mea- t; ho don not believe that poll- - u u Said of Soda Crackers . 'They are one of the most economical, digestible and nutritions of human foods and well worthy of the high estimation in which they or generally held. Of course the writer had in mind Uneeda Biscuit Tbi ni ftrftet s$da traektr , -- Fresh from the oven, crisp and delicious, in dust and moisture proof packages.