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MORNING TIIE money of the west has been to them IDE EXAMINER Veer Phbllmd Every Cay la th by Tha Com- lundird Publishing pany. SUBSCRIPTION IATEB. OtUiaitd by Carrier lm Often City, including Sunday Morw tag Kxai uiaar, par month., dliidii eoptaa TBa 5c V MAIL IN ADVANCE. Tha Iftaaaiaw la aaat by mall sauiba at Ogata, par year. .$60 A knot quaruriy, la advance. . LM Fi ARLES a and INDEPENDENT. la a auatuy v'l"'r it aaatpapar. la mm-paodai- ha aiuaa aa equal enow. La aw favorite. 'i e m rlWBial ID BtUUA ll Will , gna LUa net. a UBoiad nail uu- - itr.mua'rartnna VII M aa ail aubjacu praaeaiad la respectful ludiaii Croat know a indi-ba vidual but uta uua name anil published iaCuU.AU totter and by law ronuBunira'ioaa La pinmee. or natuwed aaatea. will throw la Ua aaala baakat Th brava ataa aavar hide babiad aa Don't ask tha Ui aiuaad lor ia ba Mspoaaibte Cor what you ar ashamed id. igd since those first grains of gold were found in the race which carried the inu water from Sutters mill ba the river We congratulate Butte oa lta great more showing. We congratulate it the the la believe we because heartily make will e Utah next twenty-fivyears ta a bigger showing. We believe there tkh of I counties more copper In two tban Bntie has or aver had, and the of copper carries Its full measura Utah that believe We silver and gold. with Its 3O0.009 people will add more to tha world's wealth in the next twenty-fivyears than any l.OoO.Ow) will. people east of the Mississippi of amount can raise any Those people wheat and corn and pig and beef and fruit and vegetables, but so they did before '49, but their business was mostly barter and In the cold weather winthey burned com for fuel. Last ter they sold their corn far gold and then all over the northwest anathematised Jim Hill for not supplying them with coal. EXAMINER: OGDEN, UTAH, OTHER EYES. "Are you doing your share to help solve the child tabor problem? asks tbs Nstlonal Child Labor committee In the July Woman's Home Companion. Jt you coull look for a moment Into the great Industries where children are employed at the sacrifice of education and virtue, and by their work doomed to destroy their future hope of health, manhood and womanhood, on l your heart would go out to them and Tha Morulas you would hasten to tha aid of those CBuad oa aala by tba independent who are trying to rescue these little Non Co, Salt La ha dty. Oa Ll through tnuaa laarlag ones from disease and premature age. os Olii "But you do not are these conditions. Tba Southcra Pacific Railway, The beautiful and happy surroundtnga Tha Unto pnolfie KaUway, aad Tha Oregon Short Uaa Railway, of your ewa children render it almost y patraaa wiU eoalar a Impossible for you to realise the conCarer aa tha management hy ditions of that multitude of UtLle boys to this offlea whaaatrar they taU to Sad tha papari at Ua dealg- and girls who tabor at the cost of proper growth and development We can only ask your to look through our eyes and understand that this organisation, the National Child Labor WHOSE LAKE IS THE PACIFIC? committee,' is fighting to put an end to the labor of little children, and to Inter-Oceaall Is It Tha Chicago throw adequate protection around fur socle tie form well to pro wary those older ones who may wisely be motlng friendly relations, but International questions are not nil nettled employed. "If you could see the actual condl-tUm- s by .banquet speerhea. Nor will pious our Investigators dully witness, ' of exhortations about the "equality tha great races" make us like tba not k state la the I'nlon would bo without proper legislation nod the Japanese any better when they hapwork of this committee would be unor In the our make to way, pen get But because the people do necessary. Japanese Ilka us sny belter when w our work must continue. not know, Which In is their way. happen to get to be the predominant power In tba We are determined to win for every Pacific ocean? That la the real ques- American child the opportunity for tion between the United States and developing, as n child should, Into clean and physically healthJapan. No gush tor or against Gen. mentally ful' American citlsenshlp. But wa need do Kurokl haa anything to with tha case. Whoee taka la tha Pacific? That help your help. You cannot fight tha la tha real Issue. It cannot be met battle alone, nor can we, but you can with sentimental rhetoric. It cannot give ua the means to fight It on your be oovared with mere words. Thera behalf." la ao use In trying to dodge It There OME WAR TALK. ft la. Whose take la tbs Pacific ours or Japan's? President Roosevelt ta not folly assured that Japan ta not making WESTERN WEALTH. preparations for a war with the United 8tatea. The President ta an Telegram: The Scientific American admirer of the Japanese, hut he 1s not states the fact that In Butte, Mont blind to tha possibility of tha political fhom a space covering only a mile leaders In Japmn bringing about a square, $500,000,000 baa beea taken; demonstration against the United that am fifty miles of underground 8tates that will result In war, so he working in that small area aad that haa ordered the general navy hoard, the usual quantity of or is being with Admiral Dewey at lta head, to raised dally and that tha reserves submit the United plans whereby already exposed give a promise for tha Stales can be in a position to repel au future that ta without Umllatlons. attack should the Japanese declare That 1a all true and beet use of It war. business In every part of theoountrjr A Washington dispatch says immehas received an impetus that it never diate importance attaches to the recwould have had without It Our counommendations of tha board, and theretryman have no conception of what fore of Admiral Dewey na well, that the mines In tha sparsely settled west our complete force of battleships be have dona for them. They never will. concentrated In Pacific waters. The They tell of tha profits of their bus- board has many times expressed the iness and never think for a minute opinion that the greatest usefulness that It la In great part due to the of the when battleship Is attained annual reinforcement of their cur- such vessels are maintained In squadrency by the virgin money that the rons in the place where they are most west pours Into their coffers. likely to be needed. It la significant Were the steady flow of money, new that, in pursuance of thin dpinltm, the money that since 3849 has steadily battleships which have heretofore all aad with Increasing volume been flow- been gathered together In the north ing from west to east, to be cut off for Atlantic with the exception of the three years, they would aee what the Oregon and Wisconsin, at present lM Subscriber win ooaCar a fatlurt by intenatag thia oMo of Tha Eianilaar bafora lo raeaiv tbalr braahat B"1" : . OF GAS fering. From Brigham to Roy the stack of the factories are now belching smoke and within there i aa animated cene. And thta all means that whtta ten year ago nearly all the canned state were products consumed in this shipped in from California or the East, today the Ogden district I supplying Its own wants In that line and. In addition, ta becoming on of the greatest factors la the canned goods markets of the country; and, furthermore, It means that employment ta given local people, particularly voung are people out of school, the farmers market cash a of the beneficiaries right at home and from the outside comes a great flow of money to pay for the canned good w produce. One canner places the revenue of the eighteen factories this season at From now on until tat $2,0003)00. In the Fall thta money from the outside will he poured out In a constant stream to factory people, employes and farmers. Fortunate for us that the canning industry has beea fostered and built up by farseeing Ogden men, for today we are reaping the benefit of their foresight and Industry. COTTON LEAK CASE. Washington, June 19. I C. the New York speculator today concluded hie third day on the witness atand In the trial of Edwin 8. Holmes, Jr., charged with divulging the crop reports of the agricultural department. all He was under day and very little that was new wu developed. Van-ripe- ATTACK COSSACKS. Harbin, Manchuria. June 19. A sharp skirmish occurred yesterday between the Chinese bandits who murdered Captain Cuankoff and n detach meat of Russian infantry, 45 mile Three Cossacks from the frontier. were killed and two injured. The Red and blue flannel, nicely trimmed (M dCE HF . vT 0 IClarils $1.98 ft C2 AC 0C 30Ou Ladies' Coats Long Coats and Jackets, worth $7.50 to $12.50. Your choice. . . Rain Ooats, good styles. or bad weather. Were $18.50. r, n BANDITS Your choice Norfolk, Va., June 19. It Is very remarkable that In spite of all innovations, the hors should have beea from time Immemorial the universal and most useful companion and servant of man. It Is a question whether this arises from a different mental constitution, or whether by long continued and persevering effort in training to fit the various needs of the human race. Baffle to say, it stands as an undisputed fact: That from ths earliest days of barbarle nations of which w have any authentic record, through the ages, ths horse haa been, and to, th one domestic animal closely identified with th various elements of intelligence, usefulness, and affection; and numerous Instances are on record of almost human devotion. it has become next to nun himself s the most Important factor la the and pleasure of the world; an emblem of rank and an object of luxbus-ines- Handy for good to tfO $0t) tores Our $3.50 values at Our $5.00 values at $1.00 $1.75 THE LEADER MILLINERY CO. MRS. S. E. LYON, Prop; Doctor Estes Specialist Cure whsit others fall. Modarn method. Fra canaultetion far any Chronic Disease of any nams or nature. Every case guaranteed. A Partial List of Diseases Cared Catarrh. Deafness, Ringing la the Bara, Diseases of th Head, Throat, Noae, By or Ear. AU DtSMaea of tba Lungs, Bronchial Tubes and Chest Disease of the Stomach, Liver, Kidney and Bladder. Heart Disease. Rheumatism. Asthma. Nervous Troubles, Bt. Vitus Dance, Pile. Fistula and all Rectal Trouble. Tape Warm. Blood PRIfrom any canes. Disease peculiar to Women. ANY VATE DISEASE OF MEN quickly cured to stay cured. Remember the examination aad advice ta FRED. Cento at one. Tomorrow may be too tats. Call or writ. Pcde-onln- TO EUROPE. New York. June 19. Tbe summer rush for Europe la now In full swing ind every stiamahlp leaving port for tbe other side is thronged with pasTbe big liner Adriatic, sengers. which sails for Southampton today, win have on board 665 cabin passengers. which means that every berth In the saloon and second cabin will be taken. At least a score of persons desiring to go n the Adriatic have been turned away because no room could be found. g DR. ESTES SPECIALIST 1469 Washington Office hours, 10 a. aa. to p. a. Block), Ogden, Utah. Entrance Room 19. Remember Av. (Boyle the number. ury. The senses of the horse are acute; its faculties of observation and mem ory are very highly developed; a place once glutted, or a road once traversed seeuL never to be forgotten; and with patience and kind treatment it can be trained to go through quit complicated feats of memory and per- ception; whilst lta knowledge of music ta evidenced by Ua comprehension of military signals. It haa remained, however, for the twentieth century to show to what a height of almost superhuman sagac-ba ity the senses, of the horse can developed. A case in point can be mentioned in tbs educated home "Prlncrts Trixie." now on exhibition at the Jamestown exposition. Thia horse, nearly a full blooded Arabian, seems capable of almost spy test applying to the aforesaid horse sense. Elementary mathematic seem to be aa ppl book to her; in addition aha spells with the ease of the average child gifted with a public school education of the preliminary grades, her distinction of colors la as nearly aa possible perexr fect, her knowledge of music Is mucellent, for surpassing the average sical calls of our cavalry service, whilst lu addition she manipulate n cash register with an exactitude that to say the least 1s surprising. This may seem like a chapter from the "Arabian Nights," but the critics of psychology on two continents have studied the question, committees have put the most intricate tests to endeavor to find some code of signals by which the extraordinary equine per forms these feats, with the result that those who have set themselves tbe task have beea themselves the most mystified. Of course all know that n horse Is not human but the question arises: la our modern theory of training horses correct? or, is it possible by adopting other tactics to so produce a race of quadrupeds that Instead of being guided aione by whip or spur, to realise the they may be taught wishes of their masters by n simple word of command or request. Thera Is but little doubt that "Princess Trixies owner has accomplished this feat. Mr. Barnes evidently has complete control of this horse's mind, she obeys his slightest wish, and seems to take pleasure In ao doing. Nor are her experiments confined to her owner alone; members of the audience set her tasks, such as telling the time by their own watch, examples in addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, giving her their own names to spell, and requesting change from any stated amount that they themselves name. To all of these the result Is uniform ally the same, and If the explanation Ues In any collusion between the mare and her owner It must go nn record that such collusion has so far never Of course. It must been discovered. be taken into consideration that Trixie la a rhow horse, and na such is expected to be able to "make good." but apart from the fact of making good, her abnormal Intelligence must appeal to the student of xoology. $2.90 $4.50 There will be a big sale And all our higher priced hata from 10 to 15 per cent discount on these Hats, so come now and make your choice. That Seems to Rosas ss Power of RUSHING $16.50 Our $1.50 values at Our $2.50 values at Mental Calculation. Philadelphia, June 19. The University of Pennsylvania held lta 151st graduation exercises today. Degree were given to 560 students and honorary degrees were conferred upon th orator of commencement day. Governor John A. Johnson of Minnesota and a half doses ethers, including the degree of master of science, conferred upon Hideyo Noguchi of Japan. Governor Johnson took for hie subject, The University Days Opportunity.". He amid: "Recently there has been promulgated the doctrine of greater centralised power la the federal government for the curbing of some of the evils which threaten the public Interest Under our system of government, the states are aoverign within their domains In regard to all domestic affairs of the commonwealth, and any departure from thta theory would be to my! mind dangeroua; na dangerous as though the etatee were to encroash upon the natural privilege of the government. To ao naturalise national and state legislation so that the trot all conditions which begin and and Interstate and the latter will control all aondltlona which begin and end within the atmte, ta one of t be nicest problems of future American statesmen." Children's Coats VyJ On GRADUATION. PENNfiYLVANIA'S IS A REAL BARGAIN DEPARTMENT. Light colors, plaids and stripes Summertime ia here and the time to buy one of the prettiest Hats on sale, at prices to suit, ia now. We have decided to make this an event of the greatest bargains, the most radical price cuts ever because the Goddess of Spring did not visit us this year. Here are a few of the prices; HORSES AT JAMESTOWN. Cant look well, eat well or feel writ with Impure blood feeding your body. Keep the blood pure with Burdock, Blood Bitters. Eat almply. taka exor-daskeep clean, and you will have long llfa The Cloak Department I Chicago, June 19. An explosion of gas blew up eight sections of the tone sidewalk in front of the Dearborn Hotel. 298 to 404 State street, last night, causing a panic among the guests and Injuring several persona. Guests ran through the corridors screaming and climbed down the fire escapes. Three firemen In attempting to shut off the gas were overcome and were carried to the street by comrades. When the explosion lifted the aide-wal- k three men were parsing the hotel. They were raised in the air and fell back into the basement with the broken flagstones. One of them suffered injuries to his leg. The other men were stunned. After the explosion the hotel was left In darkness and the building soon waa filled with fumes from open gas eta. Flrmen entered the building and groped about turning off ths gaa. It waa while try ing to repair a leak la pipe that the firemen were overcome. The explosion ta thought to have been caused by sparks from an arc light which fell to the walk and Ignited escaping gaa The lamp post was thrown through a window d a pawnshop by the crash. MILLINERY STYLISH per-son- Every article in the store hag been marked down especially for this sale. I of Womens and Misses' Hats tag Gen, The pawning factories, eighteen in affordnumber, are now ta operation, hundreds of to employment ing Vegetables and small fruit are on the big being canned and later will recrop of the season tomatoes canthe all of quire all the energy ofneries to take care of the farmers THE ANNUAL June Clearance Sale Firemen Overcame While Attempting te Shut Off the Escap- - work. AT FACTORIES flill Outlet Sa 7 QC ' STREET FOLLOW THE CROWD TO THE Black silk, very swell . 1907. 20, should be recommended for the Pacific. EXPLOSION This action on the part of the President and the naval board ta a move in the right direction. The Japanese, In A their opening of the war with Russia, fleet Russian of the a first sank part in Port Arthur bay and then declared -war. With that experience na a cannot afford States United the guide, to await the breaking off of diplomatic relations before taking measures to RAISED IN THE AIR hurl back any Japanese force that THREE ARE AND INJURED. Honoor Manila take might attempt to lulu or destroy our Asiatic fleet. e THROUGH JUNE THURSDAY, CUT THIS OUT And bring it to our store any time during the present month. We want to test the value of our advertising mediums and find out what IT IS WORTH . to us, and in order to bo do we have determined to share ouz profits with you. We know your time is valuable but we are of the opinion that you can not make lOc any easier than by presenting this coupon in part payment ol any $1.00 Worth of good! bought AT OUR STORE tq f daring the present month. This coupon will be accepted by ns with 00c cash in payment of any $1.00 purchase during the balance of June. - Shaws Bargain StoeCo. The combination of . 2420 Wash. Ave hot meals and a cool kitchen has always seemed an impossibility, yet this nappy result is obtained wherever theres a New Perfection Oil Stove in the kitchen. The blue flame produced by the Ogden. AMUSEMENTS. UTAHNA THEATER Bill Changes Every Saturday Ine. NEW PERFECTION Widi Blue Flame Oil Cook-Slogives from three writ ve quickest and beat results. The New Perfection ia different any other oil stove. Cuts fuel expense in twa Made in If not at your dealer1!, sizes, ' Every ftove warranted. our nearest agency for descriptive circular. Ka&QLamp all-rou- nd Performance 7:30 and 0.1L MATINEE Dally, Except Sunday, at S:3& PRICES 10o, ... MATINEES 20c, 90a 10c, 20c Nickelodeon 2410 and is the best house lamp made. Gives a end safest clear atcady light Bras throughout and beautifully nickeled. Equipped with the latest improved burner. Handsome simple satisfactory. Every lamp warranted. Write our nearest agency if you cannot get it from your dealer. CONTINENTAL OIL COMPANY hiWHr.hH Twa EVENINGS Mat Latest Wash. Av. Motion Pictures Hear the Illustrate! Songs. SBEDBESSPWF: Monday, Programme change Wednesday and Friday. Continuous performance from 2 p. m. to S p. m and 7 to 10 p. m. Admission five cents. Don't miss It NATIONAL Biscurr COMPANY ICE-IC- E- ICE Plenty .to keep our meat nice and fresh. The Choicest Steer Meat, Veal, Perk, Mutton, Poultry and ' Fish, and you got It fresh off tho ice. The London Meat Market BOTH PHONES.