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TMS SOX ELDER NEWS, THUASOAY, FEBRUARY 1J, Hakes THE ROSARY" 1M, ' HeaBaking Easy CONVENIENT. because at this Bank, red tape unnecessary into the oMness with our pals Our theory ia that time Jraiuable to all concerned. At the present day when so many plays are being presented which deal with questionable subjects, it is a relief to turn to a drama which breathes purity and good fellowship and leads i Were conveniently located, the way to a brighter view of life and facility for humanity. every and wish Such a play is The Rosary, written mptness in banking, do business with you. by Edward E. Rose, expressly for Rowland and Clifford, and produced by Jr security, note our resources them. $600,000.00. over of The theme of the play concerns a national bank man and a woman happily married and surrounded with every luxury that I Brigham City, Utah. money and culture can secure. But the husband is an unbeliever, an atheist, without faith of any kind. There is a jarring note in the house hold harmony, a personality at war with the peace and love of its members. No one notices this until a j friend of the husband comes, Father 11 be prompt-ji- Kelly, a priest of the modern world with a deep insight into human nature and a divine love for his fellow men. And when stress and trouble come, when the home is wrecked and husband and wife are brought down to the depth of suffering agony, it is the priests calm courage and faith that saves them, drives away the clouds of suspicion, doubt, mistrust, and AGENT. brings them both into the sunlight of hope and love. you need any of the following: The play will be seen at the Opera ON THE Y, HOUSE AND LOT House next Wednesday with Mr. Harry ALLMENT PLAN, ABSTRACTS Terry In the role of Father Brian Kelto your property, ly, the priest. Prices will be 25c, 50c, SYANCING or NOTARY WORK. 75c and $1.00. f S h Bn first ss Fire By settled f written in the lie Fire Insurance !npany of Utah. M. CY.CTiE Figgins At the priesthood meeting held in this city last Saturday the announcement was made that the Bear River Stake of Zion would erect a fine tabernacle for the accommodation of the sants in the very near future. The movement met the hearty ap proval of the saints of this stake and the new tabernacle will be rushed co completion. The Garland ward will be taxed heavier than any ward of the stake in order to raise the necessary funds, but the building when completed, will be used by the Garland ward for the arious religious meetings heretofore held at the Amusement Hall, school house and Stake house. A building committee looked over the school house grounds and old school building last Saturday and Sunday, and Architect Leo Madsen, of Brigham, will draft plans for the new tabernacle, which will take in part of the old school building for cla3s rooms. Already the hauling of material has begun. tle fcCAt -- - Room 25, National Bank Bldg., Brigham. c. if on Courts h onalBailf rY.mu )bum SURGECi n Resides, irt Hoik DAY i i OB )WE ye- f1 lbaCof rTORNEl i Brlgta linf ity, No Need to Stop Work When the doctor orders you to stop work it staggers you. I cant you say. Refinement In Trades, You know you are weak, run down if world as it progresses becomes, and failing in health day by day,' but more refined, at least more Ot A te in its phrases. generation you must work as long as you can became dressmaker a stand. What you need is Electric Bitthe jste" and the ready made tailors ters to give tone, strength and vigor ita "clothing emporium. have to thank America for Buch to your system, to prevent break down fivements as ready to liOflp" for and build you up. Dont be weak, I made clothes; footwear for land shoes; neckwear for col-ih- 1 sickly or ailing when Electric Bitters ties and doubtless for many will benefit you from the first dose. a London Mall. Thousands bless them for their glorious health and strength. Try them, Dr. Kings New Discovery Every bottle is guaranteed to satisfy, Othes irritated throat and lungs, Only 50c at The Brigham City Pharma chronic and hacking cough, re- cy. Adv. tickling throat, tastes nice. no other; once used, always us- The Angelus. $ Huy it at The Brigham City Ive been reading a life of Millet and was struck with his poverty at the time he painted The Angelus. When one considers how the pictures Heard Wrong. may now be found in countless homes So Jessie Jejune is going to marry in this and every country, it seems ' Bibber? Incredible that Millet had trouble sell"xes what do you think of that? ing the original. All his clients hesl Shear that she and Billy had a tated, until at last a Belgian diplomat Of trouble getting her fathers was persuaded into buying it. About lent. this time Millet wrote, We have wood Then you heard WTong." only for one or two days. They will ' fasnt there some sort of objection not give it to us without money. Bethe match?" ter times were ahead, however, and Yes. But it was Jessie and her the wonderful pictures eventually Br who had a lot of trouble getting brought Millet at least a living. He fa consent. is said to have named The Angelus inthis way: A friend was looking at What do you .Jscald, burn or severe cut heals ft for the first time. I hear the ?ly 'f neglected. The family that think of it?" said Millet. bells ringing. It Is the Angelus! pe a bottle of BALLARDS SNOW was the immediate answer. It Is MENT on hand Is always pre-- i indeed! said Millet. I am contented. New York PresB for such accidents. Price 25c, You understood It. and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by the Dont You Believe It bam City Pharmacy. Adv. Some say that .chronic constipation cannot be cured. Dont you believe it. English "Society. Itere are three classes of society Chamberlains Tablets have cured othSngland the aristocrats, who are ers why not you? Give them a trial. oarians; the middle class, who are Satlnes, and the dregs of society, They cost only a quarter. For sale by are nothing at all. it Is a funny The Eddy Drug Store. Adv. Tg that the late King Edward, who fall the vices of the aristocrats, beloved by the middle class, and Sporting Element. I his son, King George, who has Willie liked ice cream, but he drew the virtues of the middle class, is the line at turning the freezer. One !sed by the aristocrats. He and when his mother returned home queen are always spoken of as day was agreeably surprised to find she tge and the Dragon. him working at the crank as if his life on it. ling your SOFT, CLEAN rags to depended I dont see how you got him to turn office and receive cash for them, the ice cream freezer, she said to I offered him a penny husband. jnited amount wanted. tf her to do It. You dont go about It the right way, amderiains Cougfi Remedy I bet dear, replied her husband. my rfUfci Colds, Cioud and Whooping Cougb. him a nickel he couldnt turn it for half an hour. Ft- -I Court me at my office, '4 Old Age PEAR8& Old Age as it comes in the orderly process of nature is a beautiful and It stands for experience, knowledge, wisdom and counsel That is old age as it should be, but old age as it often is means poor di gestiou, torpid bowels, a sluggish liv er and a general feeling of ill health despondency and misery. This in al most every instance is wholly unnec essary. One of Chamberlains Tablets taken immediately after supper will improve the digestion, tone up the liver and regulate the bowels. That majestic thing. WARD B. KIRK, SS Mortgage in the loams OGDEM, tos- - UTAH. feeling of despondency will give way to one of hope and good cheer. For sale by The Eddy Drug Store. Adv. 8tory of Clcmenceau, that Monsieur Clemenceau who bears the pleasant sobriquet of "the tiger, is about to connect himself with a new journal to appear ia the near future. This return to the limelight from which he had not to any distance, gives occasion for some new stories concerning hirr. One of these is that a young mar applied to him for a plce Do yen know anything about foreign a 'fairs?asked t'e tign- v.. Was the uoawci to w utcu !.e ... added, "a little." Clemenceau appeared greatly astonished "Ah, truly! Do you Know what is the question of rhe Orient, the Austro Unugarun piob-lem- , and politics? "Yes, monsieur Then the tiger turned on him. This Is loo wearisome It would amuse me much more if knew nothing at all It Is said with-draw- no L 9ASE THESE The Best Cough Medicine have used Chamberlains Cough Remedy ever since I have been keepI ing house, says L. C. Hames, of Mar-burI consider it one of the Ala. best remedies I ever used. My children have all taken it and it works like a charm. For colds and whooping cough its excellent" For sale by The Eddy Drug Store. Adv. HAVE NO NEED All OF THOUGHT That Troubles Eskimo Is That They Shall Be Sure of Getting Enough to Eat. Where the physical struggle for life at its keenest, as it Is among the Eskimos, the years glide by free from the more subtle cares and worries of the civilized man. The Eskimo does not count the days and keeps no record of time. All his thoughts are centered on hunting. Once I asked an Eskimo who seemed to be plunged In reflection, What are you thinking about?" He laughed at my question, and said, Oh, it is only you white men who go In so much for thlnkiftg! Up here we only think of our flesh-pitand w'hether we have enough for the long dark of the winter. If we have meat enough, then there Is no need to think. I have meat and to spare!" I saw that I had insulted him by crediting him with thought. On another occasion 1 asked an unusually intelligent Eskimo, Panigpak, Is had taken part who in Pearys last North Polar expedition: Tell me, what did you suppose wfas the object of all your exertions? What did you think when you saw the land disappear behind you and you found yourself out on the drifting Ice-floe- Think? said Panigpak, astonished. "I did not need to think. Peary did that! Eating becomes the great thing with the Eskimos. I once excused myself, when paying a visit, with the plea that I had already eaten and had had enough. I was laughed at, and the answer I received was: There thou talkest like a dog! Dogs can be stuffed till they are satisfied and can eat no more; but people Knud people can always eat! Rasmussen, in The People of the Polar North. HOME FOR SALE. O. -- - CLOSING - pan-Sl.ii- e to his office and mentioned interrogatively that Vlyetes, his premising .assistant, was now Imre in J ,'at, and tho stenographer replied that he' had not Ifbrwn up- - , - J I iting lip tlie last mail on his desk he found a note addressed to him In a very familiar, broad, vertical handwriting "Dear Mr. Cross, he v ;ul. "pleaso accept my resignation to take effect yesterday. 1 got a better jduce wiih less work and more pay Keaaectively TLYSSE8 S. G. DARKER." Absolutely Pure CO ALUM, HQ LIME PHOSPHATE Dickens in Australia. It is said that whan a Scotsman leaves old Scotia to make his home In some other land he solaces his exile with the book of Robert Burns' poems, and that the Scot abroad comes to be even better versed in the rhymes of the peasant poet than the Scot who has remained at home, it has been remarked that the same is true as regards the Englishman and Charles V. M Hughes, acting prime Dickens. minister of Australia, goes further than this and asserts that Dickens had an important influence on Australian democracy, and through men who read him and loved him, men imbibed his hatred of shams and humbugs, who wanted freer and better conditions, to have some other place to look to than the workhouse, had made Austra 11a what it is today. Mothers Can Safely Buy Kings New Discovery and give it to the little ones when ailing and suf fering with colds, coughs, throat oi lung troubles, tastes nice, harmless once used, always used. Mrs. Bruce Dr Crawford, Niagra, Mo., writes: Kings New Discovery changed our boy from a pale weak, sick boy to the picture of health. Always helps Buy it at The Brigham Cii' PharmaDr. cy. Adv. Wisdom Wprth Heeding. What is true of men can be true of women. The realm of achievement is sexless. The brain is not at Its best until you are forty or past. A bishop In a play cried: Oh, that we were born old and could die You are fulflling in business young! the bishop's wish. He longed to start the race with experience. That is what you can do, may do, must do. Start the real race. Count fourteen years a the first half, as the learning time, as the warming up time. Begin again. Get your second wind. No until is whipped until he takes the count No woman has failed until she tells her soul she will no longer try. Work and earn an old lady's home that shall not be the old ladies' home. BRIGHAM SCENE FROM THE ROSARY" WHICH COMES TO THE CITY OPERA HOUSE, WEDNESDAY, FEB. 19. Concerning Apple Pies. If you ask a man what n,rt of pin Finding himself suddenly possessed lie will take, and he hcltates a moof a violin evidently of great alue, he Is pretty sure to blurt ment, Charles Riley, a Gettysburg farmer That is always a thing. of moderate circumstances, is now blackberry, lemon, Custard, peach, happy over the turn of affairs which all depend: tho:e la always he believes has freed him for the rest mince, some doubt as to their :a. nufacturo of his life from financial worries. The the quality of the v.iltants; violin was supposed to be worthless and hut with npple pie It Is iu to. Apple and came to him In the distribution of pie is itself; it reigns in iu own right; his fathers personal effects. it Euggestj no doubts, i always Riley thought little of the lnstru-- ; safe. Therefore it will atifylng ment until he was offered $50 for it.' that the apple ore;; t'.'kj ear ia He then suspected that It might be ( jews a bumper. There will be a yield of worth more, and refused the offer. . 1! make 105,000,000 bushels. T! Gradually he would be purchaser In-- , plcg t0 evc:. man. no.-ia8,xty creased his offer reached j and chj(, in the country, ai.d t!lis $7,509, which RJley still refused an ordinary piece cT i'v to every Later iu the day an effort was made j give inhabitant every day in the .'ear I by another person to buy the violin, Was there ever a na ion u highly but Riley is holding on to it until he favored that it could ijiib' pie can obtain more. The instrument for every person eve .'.? Thus bears the date 1703, which is carved nature and enterprise Kindly and on it. His fattier purcliased It at a minister to il taste of all bountifully public sale. the people. Ohio State Jc.trr.al. Violin Brings Farmer Wealth. out-appl- e. ru s - . Are You a Cold Sufferer? Take Dr. Kings New Discovery. The best Cough, Cold, Throat and Lung medicine made. Money refunded if it fails to cure you. Do not hesitate take it at our risk. First dose helps. J. R. Wells, Floydad, Texas, writes:: Dr. King's New Discovery cured my terrible cough and cold. I gained 15 pounds. Buy it at the Brigham City Pharmacy. Adv. OUT SALE- -- Flannel Shirts, Garments, Ladies Scarfs and Fascinators. Best Calico, 5c a yard. Big Reduction on Shoes. Stockfish, Codfish, Salt Herring and Anchovies. Yours for business, EDWARD L. HANSEN First Natl side just t 5th So.; W. other kind, as he hail found them to be unusually sagacious and alert; but he discovered recently that tome of them are too much so. One day, returning from a short out of town trip, he went The only baking powder made from HoyalGrapo Cream of Tartar on Mens Suits, Sweater Coats, Boys and Mens Caps, Hats and Heavy Rubber Goods, Gloves and Mittens, Cor. Main n The Going of Ulyeses. A Kansas City man said he always office boys to any preferred Main, N. Bank. !..' Prominent Musician Dead. Behrens, Philadelphia. Seigfred dean of Philadelphia musicians and prominently connected In past year with many operatic ventures, died at his home Tuesday. He was 72 yeari old. Or. Bell's P; .e-- T for ar-nen- ey Coughs and CclcU Was Mlsquorto. into The king of the hobos the office of The Daily r.iad to make a complaint. You th editor? he Yes." In yore paper this mcrinn you said I made a talk to th hoys last night on How to Be at Work All th' Time. Well? You got it wrong. Th' suhjeck of my little talk was How to Beat Work All th' Time. I want it e rected, mister. Thats all. 'J nmranmmiF Mother Knows what is good to eat and she gets it at Mias Phono 99.