.ajMMate-w w - .- 4; J --- HE MOBJfnrO rail-rott- ni-- EDITORIAL BOOMS Inaepondent 'Face Bell Pnoiie, two ring ' BUSINESS OFFICE Independent 'Fhone .. Ball 'Phone, one rmg ftSC " in course of construction. Annie Peteraou. the Peier-o- n daughter of Mr. end Mra. Peter died on Wednesday t Huntsville, No. 120 eTer .bort il.nsae. Tb funeral over the remain! of Mite Peter-co- n No. es will be held on Saturday at 12:20 3 o'clock from the Hun'aville meeting ' FEIPAT MORNING, DECEMBER ! ser-v!c- n The pre"wiary hearing in the case of Arthur Conlidt end Will R. Swan, who are charged with having obtained it oner under false pretense in conneo-titwith the bounty frnnd twees, will be relumed today, it having been poet-iwnriliiv Monday. THOMAS PORTS ON PROGRESS. SUPERINTENDENT m DISCUSSED DOWN MEET llMIKC. ALL RE- OFF GAMBLING SUT OGDEN. IN MAYOR. COUNCILMEN AND COMPANY'S MEN MEET. td SMITH'S In reply to numerous Inquiries, beg that the Bulwer Lytton (Owen and Meredith) who wrote "Lucille, "Rirh-eliethe Bulwer Lytton who wrote the play Mr. Louie James will offer here this season, are entirely different men. Edward George Earle Bulwer, (Lord Lyttou) the novelist, poet, essayist, politician and playwright, was born May 25. lSt'3, at 31 Baker street, London, England was married to Rusina Wh etler, a beautiful Irish girl of Dublin, August. 1527, and died in Torquay, buried in WestAugust IS. 1S7S, and is rnoac important minster Abbey. His works were: "Eugene Aram, 1233;. Ikrt or Pompeii, 1S34; "Rieiizi" 1S33T "Richelieu. 1838. Hie other popular plays are "The Lady of He was at Lyons and "Money." one time Secretary of Foreign Affairs, and at several times held Important poLord litical positions. He was also GLs-Wati Hector of Glaaw I nlveraity, gow. Scotland, his Richelieu is said to be his most successful piny, both from a literary standpoint and for Its dramatic importance. At the Urand ITiday and Saturday fights. to Herald Both fiidee Make Cencesaiens and Funoisl services orer the Attorney Christensen of Salt Lake De- Halverson's Actios Thought About Half Frarchiia Ordinance Return ts Days of Tin Horns of Mol Angelina Babcock will be held clines to Handle Habeas Corpus it Agreed Upon. snd Murdero. of Harry Benson. C. E. Bmlnard. a resident of PayCass I rota the Seventh Day AtivenuH otrert at 3 p. ette. Idaho, who formerly lived in Oghall m Twenty-fourtin. daiurdaj. den. 1 in the city for a few daya on buelneaa. Mr. Brainard ia In the real CW of Police Browning received a H. H. Spencer. Charles Kirther and The board of trustees of the Stave cue of xttancmr in the Tbo eataie business iu Iilalio and report letter their school held yesterday from Die' riot Attor- George H. Matson, officers of the OgIndustrial regular va. U toe Ogden Waterwork company die-tn- business to be booming all through the umHhly meeting yesterday afternoon ney Milverton, iu which Mr. Halverson den Water Works company met last in the en- evening with Mayor CHasiuann. City state. Uiac Fkrr w oon;-uciai the school, nil of the members be- nutifi.l. the chief tha: unless he court yererday eAwmoon end the to gamlaw forced open in with Attorney Bagiev and tbe members ofthe regard exception Mra. Augustine Babcock, aged 46 ing present tite ucvsieti uf the attorneys will New the would hs the city council for the purpose of disunion take apaiuet ia who bling is visiting Harry Joseph, b beard etla morning. morning at her York. chief and have him jrreaiod. vein, died yesterday cussing the franchise asked for by the street, residence. 836 Twenty-firs- t In pursuance with iie order of the Works company, and settling Thomas submitted a I Superintendent The and illness. ter n long and serious and Mrs. F. Mon a tin, father of the school disirim ai.ron.ey. Chief Browning or- the controversy that has been waged condition of the report w of ill wife remains funnral service over the mother of Mra. John Keating, and the progress of the work on the dered all gambling and slot machines between the city and the company for 3 oclock from the past ten yean. iMpot Master Keating, arrived yesier-Ca- be held on Saturday at improvements that are being made, j in thj cliy closed.was from their home si Tracy. Minn.. the Seventh l)ay Adventist church. Last night it The special meeting was called nt impossible to Hie mala building and to additions The com-and will visit with their daughter for access to a gambling house in the request of Mayor Glaamann, who both are gain houss the ice practically At Uie First ward meeting house the next two mouth a. e with- town and (he proprietors of the places sent a cumunicaiiou 10 the city counBREEZY P0!KT feted, and wlu be ready for tonight the children of the Sunday in a shout time. bowed 110 disposition 10 disobey the cil last Monday night suggemlng that entitlan school will contest and the operetta, present the officers of the company The mum ia the guessing He called the attention at the board chiefs instructions. The young ladles of Saint Josephs Wood." There will A great many people believe that city fathers get together and discuss m the number of skates in the win- ed "Babes in the 10 the routine that had lien ewiab-lfeheall church gave an entertainment nt the in the 75 be children production, dow of George A. Lowe company work of the sciukd, the ckwiitg of the gambling houiws the situation, the idea being to fix a for the dally Fifth ward amusement hall last evenaccarefully drilled. which la a (is far first by Mrs. Arable of whom have beena 111 AatdKant Buparimr intent wiH result in what an- called "tin horn franchise that the company would for the purpose of raising money The enlertalument begin at 7 : 3u KneuM has pieced on a military foot- gamblers" flooding ilie town, and in cept for a liutitrd number of yearn, ing, ti.beon, who giusd 25, and Welket wotild abro- with which to assist Ip the payment which behind if conducted aud and granted, drills for Barlow, who guessed 37. The draw-lu- oclock. calls gambling being ing, there being for the new altar which are being closed doors In out of tbe way places. gate the Both well contract. to decide the contest will be held other work to be done. built for that church. the befor aLed of franchisa by The affairs was on Saturday. The third prize was CHAGCFS COil BARONS condition This the the primHe also pointed out tha. The entertainment was a comedy ar- discussed end taken waa to J. MoCammet. who guestup the the company fore run to nutter, away reason for boys trying police regulated for for the occasion, the scenes j WITH CMISIKC SHORTAGE ary rugned officers of the The section. section tluixe it ed 248. The firm prix offered aaa $0 the to and by regulations parolprevious to from the arliool was due were laid at Breezy Point of which 3 pair of in their man find 10 a position earned In jnerrhandire; second, was a company explained coatmoQ thing ing of inmaiee before thuy had summer a report, where the summer, The skates. of 92 asked. adminto which shat knockout hi sensible from they regard akale; third, of pair in the window drops The folowiug letter has bawi sent the neewaary credit mark, beekaira A number of concessions were made tioarders try to make the place not The total number some istered feel In that gambling they joint. other the tnede it that boy with rite to thie reqeeri, paper name. lie its and ocwas 21. The employes of George X. the of officers a company murder of Mr. Lewis, a gambler, by the as an explanation of the were not being given the esuic favor be plenty of summer girls Lowe are enjoying a good laugh nt fact printed curred In one of the places described, by the councilman, and tt the time of In There werebut coal can lie had, and that a were some other. that la naual at n sumthe behind man of the the expense the as well aa did a number of other adjourning but about one half of tbe merthe cast, men aawere Mrs. Fred Morse of Sail exist: not does famine coal strangely lackresult, counter in the hardware department frHiirblse had been discussed. end Mra crimes. Bridle m of 1905. Dec. Fitigibhou, (fiber II, "Ogden, I'uh, will come up ing. who made a press aa to the number consideration has The Claude of four tiwt'.ier there the years the During Grant of past Frauklln, Ohlzein To the Ogden: The whole affair was a most enjoyaof skate. The figures speak for themat the meeting of the council to "This wtE explain to you that a coal Franklin, two of the boys who wore not been a murder committed or a again It. la ble one. and the young ladles, aa amaon when selves 2,100,250. be held in Monday house night, inouih a last cubbed by In school U rumbling sent Let person the famine does not exist in Ogden. actrea-teshowed marked ability. appeared Ogden, amt the ivilice have kept a expected that the work will be com- teur the oosl barons pay the price to Judge Drown of Ball The program, with the caat of chaVutn the settlement of of the case American miners which they demand before the hoard and abed that their watrh on the gamblers and on strang- pleted. racter: of the Clayton Mualo company va. M. and you can get all ihe ooal you sons be paroled, as they w?re lauh ers who ceme into tbe etiy with money Aunt Abbey Dexter, mistress of lured into lira. gamthe of male. move 'O. Dabney et ai, a autt to reroric the want. out to prevent their being going lo DEE STANFORD TEAM Point Miss Mae Conroy. Breezy iustrumeut the and robbed. Mra a of to piano, laneteslon Chicago, bling places and "But remember that the first day of Morse la going Pearl (of unknown parentEleanor TOCCERY AnTHE DEFEATS of the make officer Lee will move Hie furniture M to 10 will be a part of The chief and January, IMG, ia near at hand, when Franklin I going age) Miaa Grill. Tile requcHt of tie mothers every effort to suppress open gambling to the ..ehnrlirs office. the piano having been a schedule ia to be presented geles. Aahrael Grant, servant of MUs Dexl and the superintendent in the city, bnt if. as is expected, a (attached by the plaintiff and removed Kwnnrernr Coal company-- and allother was grniiU-.anoth- ter ML Rae Keck. added The tram inf-d j to tba court bouse yesterday. to take the boy to the crowd of "tin hern" gsmblere coal mining companies tor higher insmu-ieer to Mrs. Hard scratch Miss Kellie Powairing of victories last evendethe city and games nre run behind ' ing byid defeating wagon They can accept it or Wave traiu on the day of their parents' the Toggery team ell. ' cloned doors, then it will be almost H. B. Owen, guest at the Pacific It. But don't allow these people to parture. in Ihe Commercial Bowling league The Hardcratch Twins Misses CalMr. Carerwcll, w'.toee eou escaped dniporaible to prevent people being hotel, reported to the police that ha dictate, when they are mobilising Jalahan and Della Farmer. by a aoore of 2319 to 21G4. from the arhool two years ago and rohlied end more nertoua crimes com erie, had a stilt of rlothoa stolen from hie smine lo take the place of the Ante-Va. Herrick was high individual man, Mchitible Doolittle, manufacturer of i myna in the hotel some time yeeter-- I miners lo fight the Federated la- who was returned .recently, asked that mted. with a score of 215 and waa the only catarrh snuff Miaa Biel. waa su lutoot non element The be was In to made lent her order endeavor An request Veep paroled. night bor Assembly. day. man above the 200 mark. Taylor was Bernice Leigh Mias Maym Carter. denied. "M.SHOLL' xated and to prevent games being run to locate the rkuhea and tbo thief. (Rignedl larara JrigU Miss Ida Hayes. average man wilh n score of 512 President Conroy of tbe board re- in out of tbe way place it ia extremely high Lund n the and for Norton MUs Daisy Maginnis. three Edith strings hud will have force James the Letherbridge police ported that probable that Bydo HdMe of Roy was arrested by 502. score of a doe with second Clarice FUNERAL OF IKFAHI Fenleigh Miae Emily, Aunt increased. aa steward the at to been employed be s Officer Mutcheaa yesterday on a warsummer boarders freh from Teams. Dcbby's of Standing erbobl. rant charging Mm with aosault and school. A. E. Peterson, who of services The refew a over affair the The services funeral The happened Imnery. Foniine, Miss Vernons French maid In H FIGHT REFOUGHT baby has been employed a Instructor disday ago, and By bee ia alleged to have mains of the sixteen-mont- h Mine Madge Leonard. damngMd a Mr. Welch as the result of of Mr. and Mr. Alma Peterson of bhicksmlthlng at the school, were Old Clem, the Gypsy Miss May decided been it having with,, pensed afteran argument. were yesiei-duheld Huntsville, O'Brien. noon at 12:3(1 o'clock from the Hunts- - to close tbe shop except for half of Thorn who bad not the pleasure of The following musical numbers were The Rev. BMwp Moore of Portland., yllle meeting house, which was crowd- - the day. n the fight for the given: 4 of volume No. 1 of the seeing No. Imus in the ed with tb relatives and friends of Ore, will occupy the pulpit MUi "Ave Marla" (Millard), championship of the world, and whe was School Advance preIndustrial on Methodist Episcopal church Bundsy the deceased child's parenia. saw the moving pictures of the flglit Grill. board. Uie of sented for the Inspection will evening, at which' dm he speak at the Grand last evening, saw tbe next Bishops Connrelor Charles Woods Vocal quintette, "Violets," by Misses of hie experiences es en eye wltneu presided at the services, and Angus This Ipstie Is the Christmas number, best thing, for the picture are so good Garter, Keck, Grill, Farmer and the of of the atudenta work la and the of the greet naval battle of Chemulpo, McKay, C. J. A. Lindquist, Carl E. Toggery. that It almost eeeuis aa if the actual oone The rinse. magazine 399 114 149 1845 the firet iiaitle uf (he KuanoJapaneee Peterson and Patrlnch David McKay, printing were going on before one's cyew Miller Violin aolo (Goddard), from "Jocewar. Bishop Moore ia a brilliant, mag- all spoke briefly. pares favorably with any school paper fight 359 .117 127 116 iu faith- Ashworih move of fighu-rthe Every lyn, Mbs Powell. which article the and 411 netic speaker and all who desire a 164 108 149 Brown The death of the little one, coming in the slate, as and round after fully depleted, Vocal aolo, "The Flower Song" 483 215 13G 132 great treat will not fail to be present so suddenly and in such a manner, apiiear are very good. round la the look of dJsireve on W. Herrick (Rome), by Mia Mae Conroy. County Attorney Parley Christensen the faces fought, at Uie service. 612 174 183 155cast a gloom over the entire communiof ihe tighten is plainly d! Taylor Piano aolo, by Miaa McCarthy, omnirnnlcation to ty, as was a tested by the large num- of Balt Lake sent, a cerntble. as They give and lake blow The second of he regular monthly ber who followed the remains to the Ihe board that he would no longer after blow. 727 735 702-2- 164 WORK ON THE CANAL. Ahininl dance will be given tonight grave. appear for the hoard In the cwre of Dee-- 8 tanford. until ihe thirteenth round Britt of fp whclh a writ in Benson, Harry at Toller's Dancing academy. was furnished by tbe The music seems to have tbe best of the argu- F. Scudder New York, Tec. 14. On the steam.,. .155 196 142 493 Huntsville Ward choir, who sang a habeas corpus has been leaned, anil ....158 153 151 462 ship Mexico, In yesterday from Fanar although hie jabs to the face and Bartlett .. General Manager W, H. Bancroft number of selections, and Mias Rena-tra- which come up for a hearing before ment, of Keteon do not aerra to bare McDowell 373 ms, came Fred Msltby, division en.139 116 127 and General Superintendent Bnc.king-l)Judge Howvll in the diairiet court on body and John Peterson, both of whom Iffli 17- 5- 49(1 gineer; L-- R. Dubois, superintendent or rlinl the Dane, for be came back Bowman . 19 Sutnivlny. of the Oregon Short Line, passed rendered solo. 502 of construction; Samuel Settoon, of The trustee therefore hire request- stnong after each exchange. Britt hit Lund ...,......15,f 157 192 through Ogden yesterday on a siieclal Interment was In the Huntsville cemas many a three blows to N el eons tbe labor department; James Jester, hanBreedmi to General ed Attorney train for tit. Anthony, where (hey are etery, where the grave was dedicated 744 788 7872319 disbursing officer, and Ira Giles, superdle (he case for the lionrl snd the one, while tbe latter seemed to have to meet Chief Engineer William Ash by Fatriarh David McKay, more foror. visor of labor. All spoke well of presgchoul officers. The knorirdonna and the knockout ent sanitary conditions on tbe IsthOF CHURCH. SEPARATION of Hrllt ie clearly eliawn. and the termus. Mr. Bloltby said: rible force with which the Dane hit The work is going ahead in the 14. of the abolition Dec. The Paris, IlrlU waa appreciated by all who caw moat mUafactory manner. We have of the concordat and the substitution the pictures. taken out on an average of five thousregime following the reparation of and cubic yards a day since July." church and state Involves an extensive Mr. Duboia, too, declared that the EDOURD FLORIN LOOKS change In the existing condition un- work was going ahead. which the state carries on thouFOR MISSING BROTHER der sand of churches, psylng the salaries ACTION FOR DAMAGES. of bishops and priests and conducting tbe emir administrative machinery of Ban Francisco, Dec. 14. Thooiaa J. A letter was Vcelved by E. A nth, the religious system. A committee Duffy began another suit In tho Unitclefik of Weber camp. Woodmen of the which ha bon appointed by tho mincircuit court yesterday World. Wednesday, front 1 little lad In ister of public worship began today to ed States Jafei Ltndeberg and the PioBah lathe who ds&ired to locate a atudy tbe change from tbe old to the against to recover f member of new system. This Is divided Into neer Mining company inlMing brother who ie for being ousted by damages the Woodmen of tlie World. of Classification three systems: First. tbe defrndanta from placer claim No. 1 Edonrd Florin, the boy who wrote church property, including ait article Discovery on Anvil Creek, Cape he valued at several million francs; aec-- below the letter, la hut 12 years oM, Nome Mining district, Alaska. Thq he ihe brat, present that thought that oml, readjustment of the 'salaries of is similar to tha one brought by conld give hie mother would be to lo- the clergy which will be gradnally re- suit In tbe Heinz Apple Rutter, 3 and 114 lbs. stone jara, sails for 50c and Duffy superior court and dehave duced until they are extinguished; cided cate hi brother and If hint recently, and to one against The folluHing uiv the arrivals at tbe hint home for ChriRinas possible eo he 79c. Klefialleu Canned Corn, String Beans, GsMen Wax Seans, day, third, the formation of civil corpora- decided against him last wrejf in the l for the rati 2 hours: the loiter. tion to carry on the churches. Pbieappla, Hales Mlneomeat, Oranges, Figs. Dates and Ban- failed States circuit court. r. - Maililiix, Halt Lake: W. A. wroui. The missing brother, Burt Florin, is ; H. Marshall. Gesda; Plum Pudding in cana, all sixes: Nuts. Hewitt, Joseph MENACE TO SUGAR INDUSTRY. F0R UTTLE VEMEL 810 C. ..re! Imparted Grenoble Wainuta, California Walnut. Filberts. Pecans. Braj B. Armstrong ' Balt Leke. George Forres, and, wife, ii hH will located to p being zils, Shelled Pecsne, Walnuts and Almonds, Candied. The largest Washing ton. Dec. 14.VIaJor Aaron New York. Dec. 14. A sixteen thouepprcHaird by Mr. Auih. of formerly superintendent stock In the city. White. I. W. Frankel, New York: D. greatly sand mile cruise of a 91 foot yacht Cove, was the chief Amtoreon. St. I nils: P. A. PetcrwnnJ New York, to reboot at Denver, We have built up a reputation for telling only the beat ef I. from Horn anrnnd Cape the speaker at the hearing today before O. S. I,.: 1. ncelltobl, Chicago; II. W. Bnndicgo. California was begun here the feed things carried by grocers. We went you te be one of those who ways and means committee on tbe Aneia Brown, Bali Ixke: D. D. Slvidien. San vessel the The little today. will help us te maintain this position. W always have a large line ,. Tutt of Philippine tariff, lie said be regarded Frarcbeii: George W. Gray and fainmone, owned by Charto tbe sugar and tobacco production of tly, E. 1 Kenyon, New York: S. L. of fruits and vegetables. Bandiego. lie a great menace to : V. S. Brick. Og-toA crew of ten men will sail her, tbe islands tn Stephen. Salt Ihe sugar and tobacco interests in the Lake: J. OMalley, Ban Francisco: J.m. the long cruise being made for ihe UniU-and expressed the beW. E. Turior, U. Ingermll. Denver; purpose of delivering the Anemone to lief thaiStates, is it Impossible Bali Lake. i o Tntt recoritly purchased her. 10 estimate the ubsoltuely . the bouse to day. Mr. Payne took the output of the rich isn h" bnt " ! floor ,IJ i (The, chow tax list to the power io PPlrt with euxlliary power. lands tinder modern methods. n,v waY in which congress J th i nnr. RRNriflw wants a to make the voyage in ia I expected VtMiianV could pet control over innurauce, andiv REPUBLICANS ON STATEHOOD. .l 2462 Washington Avenue. Phone 240 and means eommld.e had f0Llr 10011 SQUARE DEAL FOR HORSES the wa ' jurisdiction over ihe lazing power. Washington. Dec. 14. Immediately HIGH PRICES FOR IRVING RELICA. A review uf judicial opinion wa the adjournment of the house toupon Dr. A. S. Cuadon (copped the driven math- by Mr. Tayne to eulHlant'.uie hi' the Republicans met in conference day TJi-hmTrereirtS lioitou that .1ne:irance was not Inrer-- : jndon, Dec. Il.-- The sale of the on the statehood the proposition, wmmerce. la'c Sir Henry Irving's iiiceti ical rrl- - plan being to endorse the policy of noon and road them a leo:ure on the MrOirl-tiee ie. at today, attracted lively creating ihe stale of Arizona ont of troaimreit of fcwrare that they will not ,;i regulating that territory and New Mexico, and soon forget. On borne wae atinchel gloat difficulty ,npnij0,, a Malaccsin. which had did mil the be tavrg power, to 7mir1 10 Garrick brought 1100 and a the state of Oklahoma out of the terto each waznn. each of which bad a believe :mi lmaM resn.ii gold ring, .worn by Garrick, waa ritory of that name and the Indian pull land that the borne could acarci-lcamir-n- e rtunae f ih on-- , pinio for j15. Tlic sword Irving wore Territory, on a level street, to aav nothing of be- under the siltiitioii. Richard 111 went, for lao, and a ing able to haul up the Icy hill. I A a ineceu-- i for iho fuuirt- Mr. flintlock PRESIDENT L NOMINATIONS. used In the character of He mode iho driver unbl.clt ilieir saw grcai them to one of Hepburn ald prar ine Great, waa knocked down homes and litu-ntn iho manner in which the qncminn :H., $1:;. Washinglon, Dec. 14. The President the other vregon. and hi tht way ihe ho''ld Fifj .mall lot netted 35.- dccidr i. The eiipreme comr today sent the following nominations loads were hauled 10 the ton of the Small presents very often serve the purpose. We realize . view, he raid, wa not he. view of . to the senate: ! him-cinor of a winaideraMo rumbci Chief Justice of the Supremo court many people make t(v The doctor any that he only uk ; A it of gift and have prepared WHIPPING POST FAVORED. btf member nor of the bouse, at New Mexico, Wm. J. Mill, Kew the driven! of team to consider their: for it. Tbe exac Mexlco. jiorere and not force them to morin' American Bm IX-c-. 14. A shipping narociH-t!on- . Washington. recoinnieniiaiit'!i uf B.ir (be Annociate Justice of the t lcep WIN when they are slippery. of Columbia will court of New Mexico. Frank Supreme "Ihe orac'mrut by cnitgns uf pfM fur the W. Pare- - abIKhed If should congres fu. he reaun'ion of ker. New Mexico; John D. McFiex. e Th- -a hundred or no re articles here for men and which v. Representative urii-if. !: 1: v jn rccurd New Mexico. KHITTINC GY BLIND GIRLS ms f lvinylvauia b 'I- - In: 1: w rei tir.r.g lea than two dollars, which will show rl-.HITT Cuilllllicl! rt EW CABINET MEETS. Si l .Vr. .be Ailam.-to tjlkt-itc.i t la in the right place." when presented. Sii o nexhibiiiun ' wii, a president Thr.-- p:-1... i III writ i i: the lull and at tbe cou :.i 0 'lie do of W. H. Mrly.hl an-- Sn:f-- . TiOi,r-n- . w!Kli T' Hit, Dp. 14. The Campbuil 'h!-!(- n interview his of quidfd ihe Etannrrman L im Vahi'gun avvhiiiM wnve t. held It firrt meet' '1 r.v.ror lioarT iu of iy r. ut :hr wi,.k of .h1. ri o.being j teR By jiilui(i,r street, at noon today to :cio.o:.on. r iuu.I- - presii.eiit nownlng Cin-- e ' with the crowds to cur etere. Open evepinga. lM-I,? rc nuna.ir. 1. j i SthIc Selvtul for tile r, ,lir-- ,be ttnincda-'! iug oft n proaram for the 8 i , in kiib Kim.i.- - fii.il oriei: mo:i: uf M and particularly to fit a :vnic Vi l , 10 1! 11 Ji:ni;f.uu til:ciTi) in .laii!).:,-- for tiie ilia solution uf V-Uvoii-iiie i V iliV.IV.im--u:nuei.. ll Ml ! X preparalory to a peneral .. t ..r WOll'il Vos: u1 (he lh.iCi I. 'll m. (.'cyU-ll- . i.ii-- l U. V h,:r. ; r ro.mnn to believe j n,Oi Sal II iTK Tur il : . e of C.tRiis uni . tliie m ii K ilki'. January 8 the date eelreted. K:ire:i.8 0:1 teuird :he " vibi-iI I b in- ( .1. ha::;eL':u Czarevitch, in tiro harbor Tin are formed the v..i;r-.- j rh ing especially- pno.1. iroiv. rewiitea today. Miliiary aiat-w;-- 'i H. W, TITUS CuLAD, were of ? and lirg At the Big Clock, Washington Ave. ,.e in ihe !i- -. -: t I for le-run-i:.l .lur-anre na ire for and 5"tii. and fif'v tr.an . ; M j re were tek'-ah:iivn!'-utv :tPi Sen Jure, Cai., tor. il.- - H. W. ittl 'hh a 1IW. . INDUSTRIAL LID TIGHTLY CITY WATER' THEATERS CLAPPED TRUSTEES QUESTION IS to state cos ail e9 win go over the completed d eei:on of the Ye'Jo atone Perk examiner telephones ram, KXAMD.tr : OGDEN, "lst 26TH AND WASHINGTON. Phones: IntL 1163; Belt 340-- x 35c per dozen tot Eggs with t..c orh of othtr goods. Our regular don't pay more than tha-.- whisg j, but one of many adtar.'se-ovr those trading elsewhere. That Pure Apple Cider i sui on sal at, per gal. Butter Something delicioua wo. ond to none. Pound i.2 Sardines New pack, flue fis0i. ed to none. Pound Mustard, per can Pune Lard Bring your pail snd get A paii for $ A pall for 43 A pail for i,i5 Fresh-lai- d pa-ro- . COAL er v u , II Bock Springs Nut. 300 poundr$l.0Q KINDLING WOOD, pound ....1 p DIAMONDS Ef it Ik tv g m (u d Tb rcR cot ad an At Id Perfect Cut 1 kel At Fine Color Lowest Price go to v a cci Tb ut sio bu hot tM SMALLEYS In tha us i d t HI St. Twenty-Fift- h tba IK Id. u 01 ett 1 RRITT-HELSO- Briu-Nolao- V . M Just Call Up tn; Uei in 139x Bell ts They will be pleated Information on Mil via: (in So NS give era r FO ml: Ma-ginn-li. Flavoring Extracts ....... l l ill ts1 du ibi h -- ...... ....... m V i n Blue Label Id ia ta ie the one that ia landing ALL OTHERS and beat ef all, your grocer finds it a ready aeller. Eli In na TO oil TRY IT per be REED HOTEL THEYRE ALL INTERESTED In Our List of Good Things for Holidays ut Sue-eetaa- 4k Ml ill No Xmas Present Chk-dif.o- W: 5 .d , ! ! i WILCOX fiROCERY CO. 1 I I nn sir (os Ua UK Call and hear the latest records bt Gillette Safety Razors Sleds, Skates A full line of carving seta, which having bought at reduced prices, we will give our customers the efit of-- ben- L. S. Hutchison, SOS 25th Street. h. r. upp - . , . WATCHES AND JEWELRY pi-i- ol . 1 - Our bpecialiy is Repairing I Dlr-tric- 2267 Werik Ave. en-iii- -r b-- iiii'i-iu-.,- al.-.iii- I I'-l- .i- I1'-- e. . . , ; -- OGDEN, s . : :i-- UTAH. 11 : pivf-rnmen- - 1 Titus, for many years of Wells Fargo and Comrerr at Francisco, died lost nigh' ivc-.-- : red " Kiroi.c i f pavi years of urc. iiu-i-- r i. S. LEWIS & CO., Jewelers ! -. I - - -- CANDIDATE SENATOR- FOR w-- - .i.i - e d Tl i . tab ftl Edison PhohograpA C' totnVhltj eon tad 1 bn edn give mere lasting pleasure than an 1- Feance-Areeriea- (T boo Springfield, i. 111., D-c- . !. - itoiu:- M nounerd himstlf n candidate for rd Siatea senator.