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OGDEN DAILY COMMERCIAL: SUNDAY, OCTOBER 12, b mm eaiiitHmiHtinuKit: GOODRICH & CO. 1 ill! iiUllftt GOODRICH & CO.. S3 SHOES ! EXCLUSIVE EXCLUSIVE kii iMirniED for SHOE DEALERS, sis Tveatr-rrt- 190. Slyle and Fit ! ! SH0E CALEBS, treC. h Taeaiy-rart- attm-t- . h aiuiumnmunuunimmniuiiunujiiuiimiG some strong enough to work. These are but new in.ftituU.ia. the of the objacUof THE DISTRICT COLUT. the name f ei plain lU ireaeral drwiga best of elL It ia not reformatory, although it is intended to reform thoue ho are brought under iU benefiting JT HANDLED UW AND MOTION influence. Its work is to save, U rescue MSIXKSS VKSTEBDAY. ttuae who are in danger of falling through want or other cause. The building iUelf w ill be a large and mag tad rranantad A Lmtv Numbar of Cm ninceot one. In many respect it will be Fiinf Upon by tha Court In tb tiner than many of the cluba of the city. Usual Way. Among other thing it will have very tine baths and a couipletly furnished gymna- sium. 1W I ail Calendar foe Sohmer Piano Tk HraArnaa lajaarliua l aap a litMBiUod Brie, by the AUor-ar- fi Are the beat made. Chi bbib Aksoiji, aa4 lader A4 UcawaL SuU Agent Ogden. Warerooms, Twenty-fourth street near Postoflioe. Tb First District Court, Juda Janie off a turned jL Miner on the bench, White Houne, Salt Lake City, Jars amount of bunintwa yesterday, tba Corner of Main and Second South. Mpuaitkm being noted below: Most ventral location of any hotel in the . V. IL Hardin et aL, eitv. David Kay Opposite postotth. Union ticket dunuiawitl at plaintina oum. and Pullman olhoe in the hoteL Newly K Sfect va. V. IL Harding et aL, remodeled and furnished throughout t. at ulaintifTi Table unsurpassed. Electric light, bells, Kidney Steven vs. David Rioe, stay of and all modern convenience. Terms, er IL L. Hall, lYoprietor. acerutioa till (Vt 18. day. American Trurt t'x. va. A. IL Patton, demurrer overruled and 10 Java to b'reatettt Wonder of the Ajre. aaawer. Arnolds offer. One black P. Chubbie va. J. IL Dalton Jonea, thirty J. walnut organ all latest improvements. dara atny of execution. cost Fi'iO, va. David Kav Twenty four stos only Tibballa and Deuc-hat L, motion for new trial overruled, monthly. Heveuteen and one half Octave three string upright piano ouly ftitt, and 10 diiya atay of execution. er month. ILr) Alice liixebaum vs. Lara Hellinir, de- makers price Pianos and t)rgans lower than the lowest fendant permitted to rile amended and on easy payments. Chtbhif. Arnold, 11 ItanHell vp. Jamea Mortimer, moMusic Parlors Twenty fourth st, near tion to net aside judgement Ket for hearixwtotlice. ing Saturday, October lth, 1WH va the (irund Lli;e of J. Ieneher THE DAYS OF CH1VALKY. the A. O. U. W, motion for heunn to aet ankle summons set for October 18, IrSXl. They Are Nut Oone Eutirely But Are 1). Zilla Aahby va. W. V. Funtfe.et al., Orrasionall)' Revived. plaintiff required to (five aecurity for Hundredsof years ago chivalry reigned nwta. Hurtnett vs. 5o. Moody, et al., plain- supreme. The gentlemen of that time tiff allowed to continue cane for the term were nothing if not chivalric, and the on payment of attorney' fuea and coots of chivalry and of woman's love tales of ail it to date. A.C. Fink va. P. F. Nelson, et al., commingled have been handed down to aubmitted and taken under advisement. Meterity by the poets and songsters of K. M. Short whs admitted to practice the early daya The man of chivalry ia the First District court A. C. Fisk vs. A. IJ. Patton, the re- counted the favor of a beautiful woman ceiver to Bscertnin and report on Oc- above all things else and for her smiles tober 18, IK! HI, the amount of the claims and favor would lower his vizor, poise of Thomas Cahoou and Kobert IJobin-aw- i. his lance and engage in deadly combat E. Stratford, et al., vs. E. II. Parsons, with a foe. Later, the knight of chivalry et ah, plaintiff Riven judgment for re- eschewed the Held of bloody battle and covery of their property and one cent sought to win his lady's love by the damages and costs of suit. to her demands D. Deneher va. the Grand Lodge of A. more refined attention O. U. W., heard, argued and taken under and wanta Even were it not the lady of his choice the knight of chivalry gave advisement 'oft iA--tir Geo. Webster vs. M. B. Buford, et L, fair one whom by chance he saw that he demurrer argued nud taken under could serve, feeling that an act of kindness performed to one counted as if to Richard Loren va Union Pacific Company, motion to dismiss denied all. All this and much more floated and plaintiff excepts. Ogden City Railway Company vs. through the mind of a Commkrcial reOgden City, et al., case submitted to porter yesterday, standing on the street, the court on briefs and taken under wet and cold arid shivering, as ho witnessed a sight which brought the days advisement of chivalry to mind. Two ladies assayed to cross the street railway track on TRIAL CALENDAR TOK MONDAY. The water and Washington aveuue. on call at cases are the the Following were deep and their dainty .First District court for Mondar, Oct- mud hesitated to plunge in the mire. feet ober 13, 1890: Then came an act that reminded John A. Taylor vs. M. B. Buford, one of Sir Walter Raleigh who, when he 4 aL hesitate in going to her Gilbert Belnap vs. E. IL Parsons, saw his queen carriage on account of a little pool of at al. water, threw his costly cloak from his Palmer Garrett vs. J. T. Mcintosh. Samuel Taylor vs. Ogden Milling & shoulders and placing it over the pool allowed her majesty to pass over dry .Elevator Co. shod. Willard City va Thomas Woodland. A prominent business man of Ogden John Hurtnett va George Moody, noticing the hesitation on the wart of et al. ladies, dropped his umbrella, seized John Pierson va James Nelson, et al. the it across the Peter Wilson va The Ogden Power a heavy plank and placed muddy place. The ladies crossed the Co. Chaa Morton et al. va Ogden Milling plank, it was thrown back in place, the ladies with hearty thanks passed on and Elevator Co. picking up his umbrella, Peter Wilson va C. E. Mayne Co. the gentlaman, went on his way. et aL The act was quickly done; it was np- Martha Neilson va Howard M. a little thing to do, and yet the Sarently it stamped the man who did it Alfred H. Nelson va John Harria as a perfect gentleman one whose veins George Callory va Michael Murphy. are rilled with blood which comes down . R. Chase va R. IL Jones, et al. straight from ancestry which knew and practiced the little acts of chivalric The Injunction Case. kindness which make life worth living, The attorneys in the matter of the in- and which today give occasional glimpses of real, genuine, chivalric manhood. junction sought by the Ogden City Railway company against the Henderson Stop! Don't Pay Faney Prices Klectrio Bailway company agreed yesterto case Miner to the submit Judgo For a Piano or Organ. Chubbie Arnold day .in briefs without argument sells the finest grades at Eastern prices adMiner under case took the on eaBy payments at that. Judge Everybody is visement, and, it thought, will render knows Chubbie. Warerooms Twenty-fourt- h a decision about Tuesday next street near postofflce. iU-l- Toht" m- dia-auiw- f-p- f--"i li. an-we- r. mi Ilail-"wa- v t Sohmer Pianos Are the best made. Chcbbie Arnold, Hole Agent, Ogden. Warerooms, Twenty-fourth street, near Poetoffice. Money to Loan On diamonds, watches and jewelry, etc., 204 and 206 Twenty-fiftStreet. Drozdowitz Bros. h Remember the ball and matinee afternoon and evening. this Removed in from 5 to 10 minutes withThornburq A Hoctz. out pain or use of medicine by Dr. JKanna the World Expert Chiropodist Garland Stoves. and Manicure. Room 12 at the Broom Coras and Bunions Hotel. Strevell Miles, A Ulraer exclusive Boyle Block. Some elegant Bush pianos just re eived in French striped walnut. Call and see them at Chubbie Arnold'a agenta Rescue Home for Men. Indianapolis News: Cornelious and his mother aire to build an institution in New York which they Twill give to St Bartholomew's church lor its management which will be a Rescue Home for Men. It is to be in JBast Forty-secon- d street near Third avenue. There is no place in New York and in few other cities, we suspect, where anon can go who are in need and who may be driven to crime by hunger and want There are also many men who are discharged from the hospitals as cured arho are without means and who ara not The t'hallenfre of H. G. Fell Not Yet Accepted by Press Blair. Thk Commercial has received the following communication from IL G. Fell, relative to his challenge on Elector to Stonewall, owned by Tress Blair. Mr. Fell says, under date of October 11: Van-ttarbi- lt -- NOT ACCEPTED. To the Editor of The Commercial. In your issue of even date I notice that one Alex Lewis in an ingeniously worded article saya that my challenge has been accepted, which is not a fact and then makes an entirely different proposition to that originally made by Mr. Blair, the ownor of Stonewall, which makea the time fur the race entirely too late for this mmmja. Mr. Blair offered to match Stonewall against any stallion in Utah, eligible to and named I the Elector jtf78, owners t drive, which certainly would be more aatirfactory to "horse breeders' than to pla an irresponsible party behind either horse, the public would be aattMried that the race waa for "blood" and the controversy settled. If Mr. Blair will make hia proposition good, there will be a race. So far no one has accepted the chal lenge to match Elector colt. ' Yours Trulv, A. G. TWO WOMEN" They Put Houxeg Fklu MAKE MONEY. in Order and Keep How the Work is Done. New York Sun: In a very quiet way two New York women have set up in a partnership business that promises to grow into handsome proportions before another twelve months shall elapse. They are house cleaning contractors, amL although the firm has neither advertised nor been in existence quite one year, yet their orders are steadily inThey have engagement creasing. ahead until the !a-- t week in November. The idea was first started through bearing the constant complaints of householders who leave town for the summer, and after the tiresome process of swathing their establishment in camphor and linen are called upon to spend the pleas-anteof autumn days in unbanduging again and airing their belonginga This spring and fall cleaning is as much dreaded by the Fifth avenue resident as by occupants of Harlem cottages. The more extensive and valuable their possessions the greater the necessity for personal guiervision. So from the demand for exemption from this duty has risen the supply of two clever, capable and entirely reliable women, who for a consideration offer to relievo the burdened chatelain. Their qualifications are given in tho shape of high references and enthusiastic endorsements from those they have served. They prefer to have a house turned over to them in the summer, in order to get a clear idea of the mistress' taste before draperies and so on hnvo been removed. Fortified with this knowledge, the contractors begin at the garret and guarantee to put everything in apple-pi- e order to the last load of coal in the cellar. Under thetn works a corps of carefully picked and trained paint and window cleaners, with others whose sole business it is to wipe frescoed ceilings and walls, brush and 'jolinh fur niture, wax floors, turn miittiiif Vfresfien and put pictures, niyToSj auT ornaments under cover during the hot weather. They are personally responsible not only for the quality of their work, but the honesty of those they employ and breakages that may occur. Every shade in the house is taken down, cleaned and rehung; draperies dusted and returned to their respective placea Chimneys nre swept, beds undergo a thorough inquihition, carpets are laid and every piece of brass in the place reflects tho integrity of theworkera Those who gave the partners a trial last spring and were sati.slied of their ability are having them put affairs in order Rgainst their return from Europe or country cottages. Indeed, so well were they liked that one of tho voungest women has visited Newport with several of her assistants and closed two of the great houses there. They represent a luxury, it is true, where ladies have high priced and trained servants, but when the wear and tear of one's temper, the aecidonts and delays attending the opening and closing of a house nre taken into consideration, the firm stands a chance of liberal patronThem So bric-a-bra- age. BEING A BOY. It is a Troublesome Disease, but Not Necessarily Fatal. I used to be a boy once, but I seem to have got over it Boyhood is a curious disease, but every man has to take his dose of it He does not mind it at the time, but when his complete cure has been effected, he looks back ever the period of the attack, and wonders if he could ever have anything so bad as that A boy's troubles are mental. He has strange notions of life, and they rattle him bo that he doesn't seem to get square with matters and things in the estimation of any disinterested observer. Of course, the boy thinks he is having a James-dand- y time; but everyone else knows he is not For instance, a boy thinks it is real good fun to go to bed with all his clothes on, and lie awake for three hours till the old man has swallowed his sleep-coaxand sought his downy perch. Then the boy gets out of bed, climbs out of the back window and down a rain spout, barking his shins and skinning his knuckles on the way, and w alks three miles across plowed fields to steal a watermelon out of a farmer's patch. And the next day, when they have watermelon lor dinner at home, do you suppose that makes the boy feel sore, as it would a man? Not much. The boy has had his fun, and the chances are that he'll get up and do the same old act all over again day after tomorrow. Again a boy thinks its fun to put an empty Boap box on top of two logs and paddle himself up and down a brook w here there are no lighthouses, no harbors, and not more than twelve inches of water, counting the mud on the bottom. A boy thinks its fun to row a boat, toa He will get? aboard a big, heavy skiff, with a pair of seven foot oars, when the thermometer indicates 90 0 in the summer house, and he'll pull himself around and around in a ring and cut S'a and figure 3a on the m ater, and think be a having more fun than a Grand Aray j man draw iiig a A boy think it's fun. tou. to iret four old bricks and build him!f an ovrn, and then to make a woud tire in it and ruant four peach blow imtatoe with the kkina on, and eat them a ithout aalt Two boy who can have unto themtlves a small feat like this, aocottianid by nversatUn about the exteredifying mination of the Sioux, think thev're having more fun than you or 1 would at , a public dinner of iiftaen course. When a boy gem over Uing a boy and looks back over the riod of hi disorder, be ofUn wonders how it hapened that he lived through it But it appears to be pretty generally admitted by medical XierU that the boyhood dinem is not neoetwary fataL It does away with a few of ita victims, to be sure; but they are thoue w ho are affected w ith the acute form in which twenty-foo- t rivers appear three feet deep, and 'double-barre- l shot guns are mistaken for Pandean piiea Thera is one form of the disease which ought to prove fatal, but for aome inscrutable reason doe not That is the form w hich causes the patient to imagine that jewsharpa, fifes, banjoes and s produce music. Unusually, however, they just let the disease wear itself out. It wears a great many peop e out, too; but no matter. i horse-riddle- STORAGE. CT WANTED. 'KACE rj . ANT! I.'- .- ...j ft.-- .,. Attain vrt-ut- AT tSV if (irtiml. Kl KIN ESS AND kESt- HOABDEKS nu . -- LXMf KENT- - Str and Twitr-f..ur- . iutr. ia a Tu hp mUJ u i( Hi'miird. Jr.. . , . .4 a. W, N 1,X)H BENT : . V fc buraral in Tuuhv u.j LiCT.Ia I iiuirr rwt. l KENT-Nr-- ljr jrtMt ia 1 tuurr btork ; r..r. Tit-fourtaixl Liarola. E. P. kuo'M - 1)1!. K. aud batiL, oa imi, W ail areuue. (iood Physician & 8)t.-oi- . for a nine tre-t- , buard-ii- xt KENT reef. 1 onxmal Uuum, 2lh PLE.SANTLNrXKNISriEU ird to let for itoukekeepiutc ; A lia-b- RENT A GOOD Fl KNIebKD lOK frrH Meiwner M Grant A atreuue. ROOM. FOR SALE. j IXiR 8ALF.-- buillit. KK)D ESTABLISHED National Rank la, r A t all at rum irt TOR TRADE -- A('HlCA(iO HKM BENT HE 1 a ttoe (tuck of dry jw1. Iuvoiciua to exchange lor OfJen real estate. Let me kuow what you hate to trade fur it, or part of it. J. ti. kkiSftCH. Hyutiria, SALE Oueat-- term. Sew ne mom frame house, with cellar, front and bark ( all on J. W. Wareham, iMirrhea. Van riuren. IHIR E Jiieiwy, S!. itu Oaiuw. Paralii, .NruraWia. LoiHtira. Hxadat'ho of any kind, all !o.-- I'aiim, Morpliiuo Habit, Alcohol Hahtt, liniotMic, Nrriu Debility and Khautioo; All tho lilood, hliPiunntiMn. doul; Atloctions of tho ljMirt. Luutni, Livrr, kidnoy and llladdor, I'iloa, Skin Uixraxw, Ori'uctH.ia and othr Aitoptmrui of the Stomach : Atftction of tho Throat, 1i-w- s 1'wuliar to Women, aud ata)y, faou. ED rouui II,K t ft I nt t'on of the Nrroim r lil, r tr vitiiout board, at atrert, aear ut. j knowltxix ol aU llu nwrat invmtioaa and dl roM-ia axvtiral ariraas inrluiluia' the arm Krvwli hud of 1Iihi(iiu, which, roiuhinni tli tiU r xiimrur in thirty ynan nf ntutinu--o u rtrartir. raablm him to trrat uorM.fully t M fullowiiMt iturtwt and ailntrata: Ail A!f. room, form Apply lXlt j Lately irtnraol fuma Euroi. ha pm at Oirtrti. fiw Uh praciK-to- f lim pn mnrtitl)r fnoKio. 11 U in imnmiui f all Um new marliinpa, aiparaiuM aud nvtrunauu ued ia mndirtu ami mrywy, ani na a llmmuKu iuraOo IjadditKf. KlKlMS. WITH at lirant avenue. UB RENT Fl'KNISHEU ROOMS, WITH j Surgeon, brick Twenty-cecoa- ii TIIIKLK, nty o HVNT-Ala- below ruuoi f funua-hm- j EaM. (Itwn uub. U. U. ftinu,Hi Av. a KSk ,,iENEKiAL 4UOtst W FOR BENT. LXiK MiucW lalurk ; cur. 1 mrlil)- - fun.ii-Un- tttMMr. FNl)K THREK 'ATEU-I.1- 1K OTOKAGE-- w w FurBrt,uuirfaUku.;cur. .fourth bil Lusula I Pianos for All. ltaatof IXJR KALE LANDS AND LOTS D1KT Rich and poor, great and snralL F cheap. Lot f liU to ICJJ. 4 t'ai-l- i Jo to 10 Pianos and Organs to suit your pocket to I tniirw out. City lot for land 1er nututh. aud lot 0".i. A. J. Cropaey, five I'ouitf . books and on easy terms, no fancy prices. all Private liiwaM-f. 110 and (Vt payments. L'OK BALE FRl'IT AKU CONFECTIONERY Anyone titTorin from oithw of the ahore ktaud: good locatlou aud reut chtap; Chvhhik Arnold and ha found no hy the treatment ltH 2Mb t. hi former phykician i inrited to call ; tUnre Everybody knows Chubbie, Ware-roo- of i diMMiverieo hf have Kwnt 8ALK A LARGE P4MILY HORSE AND ntaiiily jet. Twemty fourth street near denuintrtel the fart to the mont ikitical IOK that difeaMw which heretufure hare battled the CoMMHRI UL. ruirey Addrcak J., rars of meilical iirofii ami were ronriikred incurable may be cuitnl now uwUt the proper treatSALK A CHOICE I OT O.V NOB HILL SACKED HEAHT ACADEMY, r m tiost-ollic- the Sisters of the Holy Cross. Is devoted to the education of young Oji'dcii, Utah. Conducted by ment. Patieiita pufTeriiuc from Feyorn. Imflsmmatory or other Acute DineaMw will be vimted by the doctor at their home ami treated ucceM.fully by the n?it npprovtHl methods aud latct-- t rente-di- (or MM), worth will ell for half caab, baUnre lu one yer. 1 D H., care of Con-M- r hi ladies aud little girls. In addition to a StrR(.I('.VL OPERATIONS PERFORMED thorough practical Englii-- course and WITH UTMOST THE SKILL. Lilt in. classes in book keeping, tye w riting and short-hanKRKE. are conducted after the latest approved methods. French and German are optional studies. street. Temporary oflice, 'o. adl.Twenty-flftliBesides the elements of drawing which Honrn, .1J to 10 a. m., ! MU to 4 and ll M to are taught in all the classes, private 7 p. m. pupils in the studio receive instruction in crayon, pastel, painting in oil and water colors, on China silk, satin and velvet. In the musical department lessons are given in vocal mimic, and on piano, harp, guitar, organ, violin, mandolin and zither. Special classes in art, music, fancy work, etc., have been formed for ladies residing in the city. For further particulars applyuo Sister K .Suierior,Ogdcii, Utah. i. OGDKX, T7TA.1I. d FRANK MONROE, K To Exchange. pair of horses, buggy, carriage and harness, for lots or acreage. Call at room 4, Kay block. Gentlemen's woolen underwear,' in various weights and styles, is now being sold at bed rock cost by Receiver 1 1 u resell from the stock of Phillips Brothers & Company. Sohmer Pianos Are the bsst made. CnuBniR Arnold, Sole Agent Ogden. Warerooms, Twenty-fourth street, near Postofiice. WEEK COMMENCINO is Wealth! Jlondav, October 13th Health A Manaoh. ALL STARARTISTS h for one week only, the two OATLfcV SISTKHS. MISSES SADIK and LOT-'- 1 A, introducing entire new specialtiw. Tremendous success of ED DOLAN and SD1E MciSTVRK, (ireut Dancers, Singersand Change Artists. Very popular, JOHN' SHEEHAN, (ireat Irish Comedian, The Two Best Dancers on the American Stage, MISS 1SKRTI1A WAKING, and MISS I'r.ARL A K DINE. A True Artist, MISS ADA ARMOUR, Tho Wonderful Male Impersonator. The Farorite Black and White Face Dr. E. ('. West's Nkkve and Hbais Treatment, a Kiiaranteed Miecilic for Hysteria, Dizziness, Convulsions, Kit. Nervous Neuralgia, BOHCARKOLL and FRANK DUFFY. Hoailache, NemitiR Pnwtration cauced hy tho use of alcohol or tobacco. Wakefulness, Mental The Pretty Song and Danco Artist, MISS Depression, Softening of the Drain resulting SUSIE WILDE. in insanity and lending to misery, decay and liatli. Premature Old Age, Harrenness, Loss of First Production of the Great Burlesque. Power in either sex. lnToluntary Losfos and Spermat4rrh(pa caused by over exertion of the or Each box brain, Detectives, Firemea contains one month's treatment. $1.(W a box, Introducing Policemen, and Would-b- e Ollicers. or six boxes for $5.00, sent by mail prepaid on of receipt price. e AN OPEN CHALLENGE Will WE GUARANTEE SIX BOXES To cure any case. With each order received hy any orchestra in Utah for from 10tl ns for six lx xe, accompanied witli $5.(l, we will to $."), contest to take place in Ogden. send the purchaser our written guarantee to reNote the evening's iierfornmnce liegius at 8 :15 fund the money if the treatment does not effect sharp. a cure. (iuurantees issued only by H. A. Walkee, Druggist Sale Agt.. 371 Twenty-fourtand Fifty Cents. Popular Prices, Twenty-Fiv- e St.. Oitden. Utah. s, "LOST IN OGDEN" self-abu- It Chal-leug- h Sohmer Pianos Are the best made. Chuhihe Arnold, Sole Agent, Ogden. Warerooms, Twenty-fourth street near Postofiice. A (iod Send to Ogden. Dr. Ilanna the World Expert Chiropodist and Manicure, Room 12 at the Broom Hotel. Go to Peck, Knowles Besore for the finest and cheapest cooking and heating stoves. Will open at 2354 Washington avenue, between 23d and 24th St., with a Full Line of New Goods. !fc Garland Stoves. Strevell & Ulmer exclusive agents. Boyle Block. Sohmer Pianos Are the best made. Chubbie Arnold, Sole Agent Ogden. Warerooms, Twenty-fourth street near Postofiice. Miles, The Horrible Tariff. Jefferson City, Mo., Tribune, (Dem.): The farmers of Missouri will doubtless be gratitied to learn that junglandium, myrobolean, palladium and solacine have been placed on the free list by the Republican tariff bill. The farmer can now purchase a full supply of these articles and defy poor crops and high taxation. With free junglandium, myrobolean, palladium and solacine, poor people ought to be happy. for Qire . Seats in Boxes. Fifty Cents. PUTNAM; One Price Clothing House 302 St. Woodmansee Blk. Twenty-Fourt- h Clothing, Hats, Caps, Fnrnishing Goods, Boots, SHOES, TRUNKS, VALISES. All Goods Sold at OGDEN, : CHICAGO PRICES! : : : : UTAH. Now is the Time to Prepare for the Coming Bad Weather which is sure to follow our Excep- tionally Hot Summer. Look to the Openings and see they are all in Good Repair before hard weather sets in. mm WINDOW GLASS AND7)EtErsEnrwHEI rffDn.du'CISTS The CmaS'A-Vdqele- FOR THE MILLION! r Motor Line Table. Until further notice trains will rnn between City Limit and North Oftden as follow: Leare City LimiU.. .. 8:15. 9;1S. 10:15, 11 :15 A. M. .1:15, 4:15,3:15,5:15, 6:15 p. a. 8:35. 8.35. 10:35 11 :35a. h. Leave North Ogden.... T .1:35, 2:35, 3:35, 5:35:35. U. Connectiiut with the C ity Motor line. Fare for trip 10 cent. F. W. LAFRKNTZ. See'y. ALT, OHDEHS PROMPTLY BY OGDEN PAINT, OIL ATTENDED TO THE & GLASS COMPANY.