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OGDEN DAILY COMMERCIAL: TUESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 3 1)11! EXCLUSIVE AEE ! j !-- - h GOODRICH & CO., SIB Vm QJB EXCLUSIVE FOR SHOE DEALERS, ;fa,slvhojFil! SIS T 91. ""'g tMnmtttr'w'tm'-"m"""f,- GOODRICH & CO. 1 SHOE DEALERS, S. SIS Mmt Taralf-toart- klifH. h SiUiUitaaiiiiaiimiiuiiiiiniinHiiiuiuiJiiuic - ,F.ws notations. Train mer CVmtrat-tor- t pueitMm all Ut oo Sunday just ruJl rilr.ul junc--; jBe rJr to the Front With More Klertioa Fraud. ("iijr i soum-thin- Outumiluian lilawVI 4 off for Oakland on SuDilay night. Councilman W. M. Chapman tvturnJ Jrom IUinow oo Saturday night wurday s union The tuitud.iD io Ihuioommunitj. jatoualy airM-uiU- i t Dktrk-- Attoruy IX.vid II. Evw ha Mturad from lYuva, having conipU-tekm ramrt work there. ; The nifC mho clwired tlm rrtassintfi oT mod yrtrlay did nior for the public tumifurt than a'liuost any one elws. Jvrtiinj The IUin City band ) wt4r-U- j. the Plain Citv fair on the etreeta The fair u October 1. L" and 10. Teltfrani for the following rrKis amain at the Western l'nin telegraph Sang Loud, ofikw: C. S. Kinjthe. L It Donahey. RfMneniber the meeting of thone inUr-eatoin the Home Saving and Building , at the City Hall, on Thursday evening. A case of diphtheria develojied on Thirty Hint Htreet yesterday,As between far a Washington and Adama. of the known tbie in the only intitam-oouiplaint in the city. the Rulwrt Ibbn )ihh not yet covered . for a 9EM hehl by Thk ('omnkim-iaitwenty-rounPumng contest for oiiiU. t The atakee are yet up ami he can today if he want a tight Mail for Montana was delayed at Jiutte owing to a laud slid on the. Northern and waa run into Ogden. It vent north over the Northern hint night. Laving been delayed in nil twelve bourn. The Choral duns in forming slowly. It is not expected that a meeting will be called to organize until iin ample number of chorinter8 huve lMn Itookeil. This enterprise deservea genuine Buoctwx. Mr. W. 1L Voorhiee is jiwt opening a variety store at 2302 Wiuhington ave-nuHe will be ready to have a formal opening, with a full stock, about the Brut of next week. Hut he has a large, liat of dry goods, hardware and similar goods now on display and will soon have genuine mercantile fair. d a d Aesm-iation- d mx-ep- e. A Spanish troupe of mnsicianH, of two men and a woman a man- eotu-pofw- d dolin, guitar and tamliorine -- gave n concert in the otlice of the lirooru hotel on Sunday evening, which bo well tdeaited the improvised audience that it poured a handsome lot of silver into the lady's tamborine when ("he passed it wound. Mr. J. W. Miller, manager of the Pacific hotel at this place, has resigned, after repeated protests from the 1'aoiHc Hotel CouPny, and has gone to New Tork to.wcce'pt the management of a prominoiijt hotel in New York. Ogdou is wry to lose Mr. Miller from his pluoe, but Thk Commkkoiai. heartily congratulate him uion his change. The contractor is having a difficult time of it, putting the foundation in for The inflow the Boston Syndicate bkx-k- . of water from the sand stratum, reinforced by the supply from the clouds, made it necessary to do an active business with the steam pump during the pant three days. A good deal of caving an was added to the trouble. "I tell you a day like this is a little to us here at the depot," said a .railroad man at the Union Depoton Sunday evening, as the rain jxMired down. "Here all the trains are several hours late and the depot is full of women and children, all tired and anxious. To add to the annoyance a lot of city hobos take just such occasions as this to crowd into. the deot and make the place disagre-ableThese trains will soon go out and then the loafers will have to move on in a hurry," and there was a gleam of aigniticant light in the railroad man's ye that showed what was in store for the idlers who were hanging around the station. m PERSONAL U ii. Vpurtaot CHICAGO. e do not say tluti lur rama r is cutmerted with the l'th. Nevada Chic ago, t-- t IX- - Flight njen cliargeJ CVloradi, but the rea4it W1 made in with attempted Dhturaliiatioo frauds the Eart. Wether with s few Ute here, Inad one to ufci-- t were arrested tonight by the federal of the tort authorities. They were Bernard Mitn-ninEdward McKenna, John Coffee. Mix. Booth Uid lo Sheehan. ThHuas Harrington. James IXser Tfc tueiuorial Loikuos, Oct Jolin Cunahao and Patrick and Jotin rkes for the late Mrs. Itooth, wife. Murray. The United States marshal (ieneral ItM.tli. of the Salvation ariuy, said btoight the authorities are aware of were held today at the Olyupia. Tweu-t- falw naturaluuitutn being indulged in to live thoUBSud persons were prewnt. a surprising extent and tonight's arrests are onlv a stirter in the matter. 'KW YORK 4'ITV. In what interest the supmsed frauds were undertaken was not develod. A It it a Compound of More Nation! than verv sharp kical casipaign is in progress, with important state and legislative of Any (Hhr City. also st stake. tiivs New York Sun: When we git s corw we ill find New rect ctnus of York, I Kn "t Want the Salary. that we have here a rtuetnopolitan jMpu-latioChh aoo, Oct IX- Hon T. W. lalmer, more varied in its ethnological president of Uie World's Fair national features than that of any other great commission, was in conference today with city in the world, not excepting even Assistant Secretary of the Treasury, Constantinople. Besides our native Nettleton. who is in the city, regarding Americans who are descendants of President Japhet, Ham and Shein, we have the the World's Fair matters. masses of immigrants from all the Palmer said he would inform the decountries of including partment that he (Palmer) would deEurope, Saxons. Latins, Sluvs, cline to receive the fl'JuiO Celts, auuua! we have Asiatics salary allowed him and would charge and Hebrews; of all races, from the Armenian and the ouly his actual eijH'iises during such Hindoo to the Chinaman; wehave South time as he devoted in Chicago or elseAmericans from all countries between where wholly to the business of the exVenezuela and Patagonia; we have Afri- position. cans black and white; we have natives President Palmer when asked what of all the islands and isles of the seas, he thought of the salaries of Director from Australia to Polynesia; in short General Davis and Secretary Dickinson, we can rind in New York men of neurly If 15.UI0 and fl,iu respectively) said he every clime between the equator and the thought them none to large and as the poles, and of almost every trile of the work progressed the figures ought to posterity of Adam. All of us here dwell be increased. together in striving to promote A thegenerel welfare. Truly, New York is Maniac. a marvelous metropolis. Fokt Waynk, Ind., Oct IX - A received yesterday by R. A. McPiiririnir the iN'tilciucnt. London, Oct IX- - The bishop of Lon- Donald, general manager of the Fort don today performed special reconsccra-tioWayne Electric company, announces the service in St Paul's Cathedral to marriage of Roltert Mackcy of Denver, formerly the company's electrician, purge the edifice from the defilement Col., Miss Ste-rof Cooperstow n, N. Y. and caused bv a suicide which occurred in This is the happy sequel of a sensational the historic building September Jt. fvx'ial cpistMle several months since, Mr. According to old traditions the shedding left Fort Wayne of human blood in places dedicated to Mackcy at that time Miss Steero. It to God deprives the building of its sacred for CoopcrstownMrs. wed Frank Falker, thf that character, w hich can only be restored by happentMl wife of the marshal, at wh a new consecration. house he hxlged, had Iwcoine infntuntor. with her handsome nxaner. She fol Don't buy your Iron Fences away loweil him to Albany, where they met. home. from as ,cheaD1 i They- can, le made .... ,1 iiuuu ftnuwi'n hiiu nunc Ulf rxiR'i-Hiu- i tue. buiWinr U WHKEI surveyed south from the Garden o m ill at ootw tak th In tli w eveo PARAGRAPHS. Rt. y nu, Scii-ation- al dis-mtc- h n e ex-cit- y wtirss, izronmrwi. (iastly Find. Xr.w York, Oct. 13. Superintendent John Schneider of St John's cemetery, Middle Village, was accused some time ago by Herman Hoints, a discharged grave digger, of sawing the corpse of Servis (lentil in two, in order to make room for the foundation of a grave stone. Heints alleged that Schneider dug down to the coflin, and thus having found he had made a miscalculation and instead of digging back further, he deliberately sawed off about eighteen inches of the cotlin and the body. Miss Gentil, a daughter of the dead man. went to the cemetery to investigate the story. She insisted on the grave being opened, and finally Superintendent Schneider put a man to work to exhume the txxly. During the work, the superintendent, while they were engaged in loud argument, got too near the edge of the opening, and the edge caved in, almost burying the workman. He was dug out and then another man resumed the work. When the box was reached it was found to be seventeen inches short Miss Gentil insisted on the box being opened, although Schneider and a lawyer tried hard to dissuade her. When the cover was removed a ghastly sight met the gaze of the onlookers. Jammed indiscriminately in the box were w hat appeared to be the remains of three or four bodies, with a number of skulls scattered about and mixed with brick and mortar, which had been cast aside in building the foundation of the headstone. Miss Gentil contemplates a criminal prosecution. A John Sherman Never Forgets. Washington Letter: Senator Sherman R. W. Faris returned on Sunday from seems very active in paying off old polit"Pocatello, where he had gone to visit his ical for a man who has given up all 'brother, who is sick with typhoid fever. of the presidency. The fact that hopes Mr. A. II. Nelson, one of Ogden ' most the nomination of Willim Monahan of enterprising citizens, took the Central iPacitio train westward bound on Sunday evening. Mr. Benjamin H. Lewis returned to Terrace yesterday evening, after spending a week at home with his father, Prof. Lewis. Mr. B. H. Chamberlain, or Boston, is in the city for a few days, the guest of Hon. Thomas E. Fitzgerald. He will here several days. Mr. J. E. Cheney, heretofore railway - lerk in the Ogden postollice, left for Shoshone, Idaho, yesterday to enter the railway postoftice, on a run from Shoshone to Ketchum. Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Hendershot, of Hebron, Neb., have arrived to locate in Ogden. Mr. Hendershot is a gentleman of capital and energy, and proposes to take an active interest in business matters. - n New Lisbon, 0.,who is serving as consul to Hamilton, Canada, was hung up by the senate, indicates that the Ohio senator is still in the ring. Monahan has long been an ardent Blaine man and )olitical friend of McKinley, and in 1S80 and 1884 was the Blaine manager in Major McKinley's district and selected delegates to the national conventions who supported the man from Maine, In addition to this Monahan has always trained with the Foraker wing of the party. He was elected chairman of the Ohio Republican state committee in 1888 over the Sherman candidate. After Harrison's inauguration Monahan appeard here as candidate for sixth auditor. He was warmly endorsed by Blaine, McKinley and Foraker, but Sherman made a right against him and Coulter, one of his own faithful friends, appointed to the place. Secretary Blaine then appointed Monahan to the Hamilton consulate, and now Senator Sherman has his nomination Thinks There's a "Hen On." hung up in his committee on foreign Provo Enquirer, 10: You may expect affairs. Monahan has been at Hamilton to hear something drop ere long in rail- for the last eight months and Secretary Blaine assured Major McKinley before road circles that will bring Provo prom- the latter left for home that he "would be to the front It may be that the immediately inently reappointed. ideals in Colorado, by which the Santa New of 3Fe ha gained control the Midland .York, Oct. la James A. Simamd the Rio Grande Western, will yet mons presented himself in court today atari some connection with new route and gave new bonds. dow sash and let you depart in peace." Then followed a fusilade of uet4sNis and Mr. tiuach put the replies down in a boitk. -Where were you born?" -- In ltvi9." "Ihd vou receive-- reiigsHis instructions in your youth?" I did; I was a minis STORAGE. Twvtit j .fourth and WANTED. HmKI'fcfcS LtunJa at. "A minister's goal gracious and hsve orKue to this?" "I have." -To whom do you ascribe your down "To myself, women and drink." fall" -What do you do now for a UvingT" "I am tramping it" "Are you unable to get work at w hich you can earn a decent and respectable living?" "I am unvble to get it sir; thousands of men are looking for the same job." Mr. Roach made the burglar do for two hours. The man became so tired of his position that he asked Mr. Itoach to either hit him on the head with an axe or let him go. "I w ill not iersecute vou any further," replied Mr. Roach. "I talieve you have done enance enough." Then lifting the window sash he said: "(to, and may ( Jod be merciful to you." 1 K. -ir. Tl)KAIiE-- Sr Mm Muriiur ,'K ktT Sftm to L 1 fci. irr wi Lum!s tf. d UitjL ;rt. lwuHiwnli a TtlK.UiE-- fw. KniiMM AMU-;lk- sadtjaoaa. ifrrtHtua;ir.lwii)-fiMft- ter's son." fwum IT ZOI if iWin. I.HStkkL HOI fc- - mmi a'Ml FOR RENT. Wmim. ail i,M and bath, uaUjtjTm-- knrk ! mot,'! br4Hir V ail avvau. 4hmm1 liraiM f.buard-ua sml, lu--- . Apt-i- ) rtmma 4. ( butidiittf. ol t4 aa KENT-Ai- ia Tauarr haM-w- 1,K a nrnMiiir, u lannrr Uork: tut. Itnii)- fHJrtli and tionin at. kET - ) funuttird runau U IlK Nm-I- I)K and Laurulu. uUi in Taiiurr llrk K. ; f. ror. m I.EXT KKVT-I- KUOMS. W11H 8MSHEU ElXIMS, WITH at CuamH liuun. Sh T. suliuul - Imvuri, rLE.tS.T I 1,K KENTtu ket fur Jttit A km-kRtis- SAlREIl HEART ACADEMY, VlK KKN'T S 'ta rtliVWIUl a Trut-fuurtf- kfcSUkK k. OOOD El'HM."HEU s ; n kNIHHED iY Slrd kOOM. I tr- - Htitutt. Hi Gram wnu ;.rdfn. l isli. Conducted by the Sitrr fofTsale7 of the Holy ( TRI)E Is devoted to the education of young M ,IBa Due AllllCtlK) El KM SENT ME Mtvk iif dry sm1k iur.ticius ladies and little girls. In addition to a tu lor ()ik-- rsal wtata. Lt inr thorough practical Fnglisli oourse and Lu alial uu liatr ui traic (tar it.r pan of it. J.(i. kkkkKI. Latin, classes in book keeping, type w riting and short hand are conducted . . ,b : . I after the latest approved methods. A franw Ihmiml nh eeilar fruut and bark no J. W. M arpiiaaw, Tatrit- French and German are optional studies. iarrli. all Hurt-a. Besides the elements of drawing which brt nrar au Stoves. are taught in all the classes, private (iarland AI UrTS UlkT rlieaii. lxitfl'to fo. CaU IB to (l Miles, Strevell & Ulmer exclusive pupils in the studio receive instruction iiHXilli. t'uy kU fur land 4 toJmilr hiI. in crayon, pastel, painting in oil and 1er aixl ltd StiTi. A. J. nM-- , r irr I'uiata. agents. Boyle Block. water colors, on China silk, satin and HALK EKl'IT A Si COSr ECTIONKRY I 'OHHand: 2(0 pars of Ladies Dongola kid shoes , velvet good location Aud rsul cheap; InIn musical lessons are 163 the t. lh department quire a pair at Ash by Bros. for F-given in vocal music, ami on piano, harp, I OK HALS-- A LAKUK FAMILY HOK8K AND guitar, organ, violin, mandolin and I atd buirtr Additaa J., iar of zither. Special classes in art, music, COMM HOIL. Money to Loan. work, etc., have ben formed for ITOK 8 A LK A CHOICE I OT ON NOB HILl Money to lean on real estate on two to fancy will ell for half eah. lir ), worth five years' time; security must lie un- ladies residing in the city. For further particulars apply to Sister balauca lu ou jer. 1 1 11., CATS of COS questionable. Inquire of C. H. McClure, l L til Suerior, Ogden, Utah. Federal Clerks olhee. e A ro. ru-liaa- r a I 1R r SALE-LAM- i UU !- r I): To Fruit and Vegetables Out of Season. Pittsburg Dispatch: A New York uewspajier gives an account of the raising of fruits and vegetables out of season in that city and vicinity. It has grown Kichrtiie. pair of horses, buggy, carriage and harness, for lots or acreage. Call at A room 4, Kav block. to be a hobby with some very rich pootile ttfsot Itefore their guests edible of this k.nd. The hobby has greatly developed i i ths last four or five years. To supply OCiDKN, L'TAH. Mie eager demand the caterers and fruit FRANK MONKOK. Makagm. erers are diven to their wit's end. Strawberries costiug a dollar each or 11 or 91"i a quart are in demand, and in many instances are ordered months WKLK COMMENCING ahead for some particular time. Hothouse grapos are plentiful, though costly. .1 The finest grnpes readily bring 89 to $10 a pound, and the more common "grapes for one week only, the two $0 to 7. In the vicinity of New York THE OGOEN TRUNK FACTORY OAT LEV SISTERS. MISSK-- t SADIE anil LOT-T'.are about twentyhot-house- s that send Carrie tlii NKt line of Trunks and Valiwn in new seriitll ies. eutire iiitriMlnciiiK city at Mamifiicturers' Prices. All kiiidonf grapes, straw lorries, tomatoes, cucum- tlie Tremendous success of ED DOLAN and dene. Call anil ceo n hofc.re iurrli8H-iiibers and mushrooms to market from the Kepairinir SMiEM INTVKE,.lroat Dnncers, hiiiiccrv and eUewlu-rw- . KLINE & OITMAN, ALL STARARTISTS Jlomlav, October Mi H JjtterjiWot.DefVnbora..to- iwut the middle of March. Those to the residences of rich New Yorkers. Some of the finest grapes are grown in Jay Gould's extensive system of at Irvington. Mr- - Gould gives away a great deal of his fruit, but - hot-hous- e hot-hou- (Jarland Stoves. Miles Strevell & Ulmer agents. Boyle Block. exchi White House. Salt Lake City, Corner of Main and Second South. Most central location of any hotel in the city. Opposite postollice. Union ticket and Pullman otlice in the hotel. Newly remodeled and furnished throughout. Table unsurpassed. Electric light, bells, and all mixlern conveniences. Terms, 12 Money to Loan H. L. Hall, Proprietor. On diamonds, watches and jewelry, etc., per day. '204 and 'JOfi Twenty-hrtStreet. A GREAT WHEAT CROP. Dkozihiwitz Bros. h Go to Peck, Knowles & Besore for the Some Idea of the Productiveness of the Mountain Valleys. finest and cheapest cooking and heating stoves. Will open at 23T4 WashingShoshone Journal: The big crops in ton avenue, letween 231 and 24th St., and Northern Eastern Washington with a Full Line of New (roods. Idaho are likely to remain in warehouses A Bl RUHR'S PENXANOE. several months before they can be hauled away. Scarcity of cars on both The Novel Manner in Which a Xight the Northern and Union Pacific railways Intrnder Was Punished. will interfere with the shipping. In the Palouse valley alone the yield 13. Oct Pa., John Wilkksbarrk, is estimated at 10,000,000 bushels. But Roach is one of the most respected citi- besides that there are thousands of zens of the town of Berwick. He is a acres in grain all through the Big Bend and Indian strict church member and opposed to all empire, prairie is Potlach It country. harsh treatment of evil doers. His cure the hardly possible that the combined for the evils of modern times is "moral out put of those three localities will suasion." A burglar, who was probably the products of the Palouse, but equal aware of the soft side of Roach's nature, bushels is a conservative esti7,000,000 paid a visit to his home last 'Tuesday at mate, making a total of 17,000,000 bushabout midnight. He tackled the will be required for of the kitchen, and the shutter els. About home consumption, and the remaining to his next He jimmy. way readily gave bushels will be exported, broke a pane of glass and raised a window-sas- 13,000,000 which will require the service of 27,200 he crawl to high enough, thought, cars, estimating the capacity of each through; but when the attempt was car at 30,000 pounds. A train will avermade he was stuck, for the hevy sash fifteen csrs, making 1,813 trains necage on down his back and he w as came to market the grain crop of Washessary squeezed tight. His head hung down on ington and Idaho, north of the Snake the kitchen floor and his legs were dan- river alone. That an idea of the gling outside of the window. Mr. Roach, immense yield and gives the trouble certain who was sleeping soundly up stairs, to follow in its exportation. heard, the noise, and lighting a candle, came down stairs to investigate. Spying the dangling burglar in the window, he said: "Ah, ha, a burglar has come to me, eh?" Mr. Roach covered the stranger's form with his candle light and made an effort to look into his face, but the thief kept his face dead set on the floor and Mr. Roach was unable to recognize him. vuc roe at Then, pulling a chair over to the window-Mr- . Roach seated himself. "Now, my dear man," he said, "don't you know For Stablemen and Stockmen. your conduct is wicked, and if you keep it up it will surely land yon in jail? I Cott, Swtlflngt, CURES BrulMi. Sprains, Galti, Strain., am opposed to sending anybody to jail, Limtncst, Stllfntst, Cracktd HmIi, Scratches Contractions, Flsth Wounds, Stringha.lt, Sor. but your conduct certainly deserves Throat. DitUntBtr. Celic, Whitlow. Poll EsU, some punishment I guess I w ill allow Fistula, Turners, Spiiats, Klngbonst and Spsvia la thair oarhj SUgea. Directions with each bottl. you to remain in your present condition for a while. In the meantime, if you At Dbcwuiht and Dlittas. THI CHAtUS K VMILEI CO., altoooeo, H4V promise me to reform, I will lift the win- back-windo- one-fift- So. tt Tweiity-tift- St. li g .nt Montreal, where they were efior wards located by a Fort Wayne detective. Falker has since obtained a divorce, and his wife, a pretty and cultured young woman, now resides in Chicago with her mother. occasionally some of it reaches the tables of other rich people through the medium of a New York fruiterer. Patronize Home Industry. Wire Flower Iron Fences, Buy your (iarland Stoves. Stands, Coal Screens and Window Guards at the Ogden Wire and Iron Miles, Strevell & Ulmer exclusive Works, 421 5!nd street, agents. Bovle Block. J Crazy Supper. For the benefit of the II. R. Y. M. C. A. the members and friends of the Congregational church w ill serve a first class supper at the residence of C. K, Hank, 'itW Madison avenue, Wednesday, Octo-le- r loth, from li to 10 p. in. An attractive "Beak of Experience" will be provided for each guest. The manner of serving is something entirely new for Ogden. Supper !V cents. r h 3ACOBSOI $500 Reward ! VTE will pay the aboro reward for any cam of Liver Complaint. UyitpepHla, Sick HV&ilarhc, lndltrefltlon. Constipation or Cotivenefl ve cannot cure witn West's Vegetable Liver HI In, when the directions are strictly compiled with. They are purely Veiretable. and never fall to (rive satlfactton. Buirar Coated Lanre botes, containing; 90 lllln, tl cents. Beware of counterfeits and Imitations. The genuine manufactared only by C WEST COMPANY, Cltlt'AOO, Mold by A. H. H AIiKr.K, I racxlnt. Ogilest. TUB JOHN Chanire Artists. Very popular, JOHN SHEEHAN, (treat Irish Comedian, The Two Best Dancers on the American Staue. MISS HEKTHA WARlNli, and MISS PEARL AKD1NE. A True Artist. MISS ADA ARMWR, The Wonderful Male liniiersonator. s, The Favorite Black Bud White Face HOHC AKROLL and FRANK DUFFY. The Pretty Son and Dance Artist, MISS S St SI E ILL. WILDE. First Production of the Great Burlesque. LOST IN OGDEN1" ' If ah. Policemen, Detectives, Firemen and Woutd-h- e Olhcers. Cntil further notice trains will run between AN OPEN CHALLENGE Will ChalCity Limit nnd North OkiIcu as follows: any orchestra in Ctah for from $HW Leave City Limits.. .8:15. 9;15. 10:15, U :15 A. . lenge to $."iH0, contest to take plnco in OkcIcii. .1 :l.i. 2:15, 3:15, 5:15. 6:15 p. M. Leave North Ointen Note the evening's iierformance begins at 8 :15 ::. 9::0, 10::15 11 SB A. 2 SIT). 3 ::fi, 5 .1 6 SB p. M. sharp. Cniinertinif with the ( ity Motor line. Fare for trip 10 cents. and Fifty Cent. Popular Prices, Twonty-F'iv- e F. W. LAFRENTZ, Sec y. Seat in Boxes, Fifty Cent. IntroducinK Motor Line Table. tr PUTNAM: One Price Clothing House JiG2 St. Woodmansee Blk. Twenty-Fourt- h Clothing, Hats, Caps, Furnishing Goods, Boots, VALISES. SHOES, TRUNKS, All Goods Sold at CHICAGO PRICES! OGDEN, : : : : : 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 nard weather sets in. I WINDOW GLASS FOR THE MILLION! Rem ALTj orders promptly attended to BY OGDEN PHINT, OIL THE & GLASS COMPANY. '