4 THE MORNING EXAMINER EXAMINER TELEPHONES EDITORIAL ROOMS Independent Phone BUSINESS OFFICE Independent Phone No, SPLENDID 81 No. 120 DETECTIVE WM. GLASMANN No. 123 Independent Phone EDITORIAL ROOM . .....NOa 56 Bell Phone i BUSINESS OFFICE Bell Phone. . , .....NOa 56 WM. GLASMANN OFFICERS HOUND DOWN THE Bell PhOne ..aaaa.aa.a.aaaaa NOa 129 ROBBERS OF McCREADVS No. 120 of both telephone syoteme IN WONDERFUL STORE m. eloeed after I p. MANNER. ' WORK A Patched Sals and An Overeoat Lead tot tha Undoing of ths Thitves The arrest of Dick West and William Farrell yesterday afternoon by SerChambers and Officers A1 HerQueen Esther Chapter No. 4. holds geant for robbing rick and Edward reguuar meeting, Friday, Dec. 16, 8 the store of JohnMorrissey McCready the night p. m. Election of officer before makes on more important capture to be addad to ths long lit to tha at undertaking Employee Richey's credit of the police department and is were ailed Evanston. to Wyo., a feather in the pariois caps of the officers yesterday afteruoon in prejiare fur the the arrest. making Mr. o burial of the infant, daighter i l,ast Wednesday night or early of Mrs. W. O. Andrcwson. Thursday morning burglars gained enThe body of Rose Wilson the negress trance to MrCreadys Furnishing store of Hudson alley wbn died nr. ilia hos- by means of a cellar window. They themselves to overcoats, suits pital from the eft ecu of burns re- helped sweaters, suit cases, ceived, about ten days ago. waa shipped of cloths, shoes, articles to the amount fur Kansas City, Missouri, yester- -, gloves and other of fi40 and left the building the way day. they entered, but they did not know that the fall of the 'beautiful' waa to The ladies of the Methodist church such an Important factor in their play will serve an oyster supper tonight later. One of the men wore a at thair Bazaar at the church. 25c. capture pair of shoes one of which had a horse Also a New England dinner fcVurday shoe shaped patch cm the sole and the from 2 to 8. 25c. other wore a pair on of which turned up at tha end. These shuts left The ha dy of Electrk al Lineman Manmarks in the anow which were peculiar waa killed aeveral days ago noted ning. h) the officers as soon a they by near Promontory by an engine waa on the ground. When th cast eye shipped ytvterday Sir San Francinto, police department waa notified about 7 where his parem reside. o'clock yesterday morning Sargeant Officer Morrissey imDr. Chads i B. Gilbert the educator, Chamliere and went down to the scene of returned from Raft ljak yesterday mediately burglary. As stated above about ths where he litnfured and waa the guest the first thing they noticed was ths TOtftio and wife part of Warren !. of the tracks in the enow. peculiarity 1 of the day. ater ho left, for the coast All the officers on the shift where he will lertmre at the principal were instructed to oe onmorning ths lookont riiiea. for two men who made such marks when walking. John Hines vho left hia team standAbout I oclock yesterday afternoon tiv on more ilian hours out ing Chambers and Officer MorrisTwenty-fmirl- h ssraet brtween Lincoln Sergeant were sey walking down Twenly-flft- h was and Grant last e vetting arrested by Grant avenue and Linbetween street, Officer W. Brownini; for cruelty to ani- coln when avenue, suddeuly their atmals. He deposit td $5 for his appeartraded wust tention by a man who was ance. The horses ware cared for by the walking down the street directly in police department. front of them. The man wore an overre coat similar in appearance to those The wedding reren'inn of Mr. and stolen from McCready's. The two officers were joined by Offlr A1 HerMrs. Heber J. Heiner nee Miss Theresas Tribe. who were married in Txigan. rick and together tha three caught up Wednesday, was held last evening at with the men. We want you," was ths the home of llr. and Mrs. David W. emphatic statement of Sergeant ChamTribe, parenils of thn bride. Many bers and they marched him down to of the young McCresdy'a where the overcoat waa frianda and relative i identified by the proprietor of the atore. couple were present. Ttie the son of Prcwideni Heiner of MorUpon examining the man's shoes that gan stake and la a very prominent peculiar shaped patch waa found upon young man of Morgan. The couple will on of them, immediately the officers were sure of their man and Sergeant live In Morgan. , Chambers slipped tbe handcuffs ou him. Knowing that there was one other The case of Henry Larsen va Andrew associated with the raptured robber in reached Luwder William and Agreen burglary they got the one in custody conclusion in the Second Jtulida! dis- the to tell where they bad been stopping. trict court late yesteitlay afternoon and Then the oilier rs and their prisoner causa the Jury returned a twdlct ofno to a little building back of proceeded for action." The plaln.Uff asked for $159 Mrs. Garner's rooming house on Twenty-ffor the detention of hi cows at the ifth and were shown by Mrs. Garstray pound through the action of ner tha place where the two men had defendants. Ths partita are all from been batching. Upon entering the Harrlerille. room the officer found tha man, who afterward gave his name as William The masqtmde given at Toller's Farrell, evidently wailing for his comdancing academy last evening waa a panion, West. He was placed under arrest and with West taken up to the groat success. Out of the 12 couple present a very Urge proportion wore police station. Seeing that ths "gig was oostumies. Miss Pearl Clifford as an up" to uaa a slang expression, West Indian squaw won firm prise, a half waa persuaded by the officers to . tell dosen cups and saucers valued st 1 5.50 where the balance of the goods were and Mias Anux Day won second prize, and in company with the officers he as Cowboy Lady, a tea net valued at want directly to George A. Ixwe'a warehouse where, up in tbe loft, the $3. First gents prize w as won by Harry Speak, as Happy Hooligan, a 13.50 hat, goods were found to be cached. When tha two men are arraigned to and seconal prize was won by Frank 3 dancing anawerto thechargeofburglaryltla the Browning as a tramp, intention of West to waive examination shoes. ; hrLk-groo- LTAR. FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER OGDEN, In the lower court and plead guilty in th district court with a view to getting a lighter sentence. It is not known wluit Farrell will do yet, although it is likely that he will do the same as bis pariner la crime. Verily, the ways of the evil doer are hard at least that's what they begin to think Judging from the relentless warfare being waged against them by the police department. Crooks find Ogden to be rather hot for them at present and consternation will be created in i heir marks when they hear what the officers have been doing to some of their number. WANTS FORECLOSURE Schwarts Brothers Want to Sell Furniture Belonging to Twe Families to Settle Not. Jolia J. Swart and Frank Swart s filed a complaint in tha Second Judicial district court commencing suit against W. S. Donaldson and wife, for the recovery of I&7T.50 principal and aitorny's fees on a promissory note alleged to have been executed Auguat 11, 1964. The plaintiffs ask that a chattle mortgage which eras given by the two defendant families to secure the noie be foreclosed. The mortgage waa given on furniture and kitchen utensils which the plaintiff's want sold at a private or public aula. lave REED HOTEL With folded arms the premier stood for a full half hour. Each time he opened his mouth demoniac shrieks drowned his voice. Finally the premier waa obliged to desist aud tbe kitting was susjiended for the third time. A conference between the liberal memlmrs of parliament and Premier For ths Construction of a Battleship Tisza discussed the situation. It waa and Armored Cruisers Bids Are said that if the opposition continued a Reduction of Eleven For an would lis obstruction tactics appeal Cent Over Last Years shortly be taken to the country. The Aggregate. conference expressed the fullest assent to the attitude of the premier. Washington. Dec. 15. Unprecedentedly low bids offered today for ths construction of the battleship New Hampshire and the armored cruiser Montana and North Carolina, proposals for whit-- were opened at ths navy department at noon In tha presence of of the ' shipbuilding representatives Deputy Syvetons .Death Surrounded With Mystery Fear of Public companies from toe Pacific and Atlantic coast. It Is probable that an ofDisclosure of Improper Reficial announcement will award tha lations Cauaad Him to contract for the cruLers to the NewSuicide. port News Shipbuilding company for Paris, Pec. 15. The rircumotances $3,575,000 each and the battleship to lbs New York Shipbuilding company, attracting the death of Deputy 8yveton, for $3,551,000, those being the lowest who was found dead from asphyxiation in his apartments at Neullly, De- bids offered as not more than two ship can lie awarded one eomimny. cember 8, are develoidng into a domesThe lowest aggregate bids for these tic drama of startling magnitude. to three ships waa exactly $1,377,000 leas Although the authorities refu-- e than the aggregate lowest bids for their investigation, sprak pending many sensational features have already three sister ships a little over a year come to light It is established that ago, a reduction of 11 per cent on tha wife of M. Syveion was about to price. Ths navy department, while apply for a divorce on the grounds of gratified at the reduction is unable to improper relations between M. Sjrve-to- n assign any reason for it eicept tha and Mme. Menard, a daughter of fact that the shipbuilders are badly In Mine. Syveion by a former marriage. need of work. 'Both M. Menard and Mind. Syveion had accused the deputy of these relaAUCTION SALEM UNCLE SAMS tions and a family council took place M. before at Syverou's death, shortly unredeemed pledges, consisting of which violent oemeo were enacted, M. of Diamonds, Jewelry, Mraard declaring that it was the duty Watches, Clocks, Brlc-a-baOpera and Silverware, bullet the of depuTy to put a through field Glasses, Musical Instruments, his head and Mme. Syyrton announcing Guns, Revolvers and a thousand othre her purpose to secure a divorce. to numerous to mention. All This was on the eve of M. Syveton'a articles to the high eat bidder without Imlt trial for assaulting War Minister go rare opportunity Andre In the chamber of deputies No- or reserve. This la a own vember 4. The deputy foresaw the pub- - ( to buy first class goods at your lie disclosures of hia relations with his price. Dont n.lsa it. Every article warranted as represented. The sale wife's daughter and thereupon comwill last but a short time only. Sales mitted suicide for ths purpose of predally at 2 and V p. m. until the entire venting the disclosure. In the course of tha investigation it stuck is disposed of. Col. John O'Hair, Auctioneer, will conduct the sale at developed that M. Syveton had been reUncle Sams Loan Office, 278 25th St ceiving a salary of $5,000 a year aa Boni de Caatellaine. Count for secretary NOTICE TO OUR MANY CUSTOMERS. ANNUAL MEETING OF THE PACIFIC COAST BASEBALL As Is known the custom of the groLEAGUE. cers of this city in the past has been to give away a( Christmas a considBan Franciaco, Dec. 15. The annual erable quantity of Candy, Nuts, etc., meeting of tha directors of tha Pacific to their customers in response to the Coast Baseball league wu held tonight sentiment of the season of the year. with the following representatives This idea of showing appreciation of the patronage given them haa proven present: Los Angeles, J. H. Morley; Oakland, rather unsatisfactory, in consequence J. Portland, Judge W. W. of which fact a departure has been McCreedle, Walter H. McCreedie, Ben agreed upon by all the retail grocers C. Ely; San Francisco, Henry Harris; to taka effect this season. Seattle, F. 8. Stlmaon, J. P. Agnew Feeling that their patrons would he and Russell Hall; Tacoma, D. W. pleased to sacrifice tha customary Evans and M. A. Fisher. at small gifts from their grocers There were also present President Christmas for tha benefit of the Bert, treasurer Goodman and Secre- worthy poor they have decided to tary Anderson. A. C. Joy of Fresno, join In helping those who are too unrepresenting the business men of Fres- fortunate to be numbered among their no and San Jose, asked that the two customers. cities be admitted as 0ne town with a It is hoped that this explanation of division of games in case the teams such a change will prove satisfactory c. to were extended to eight dubs. C. H. Williams, president of the The realize that (he grocers Spokane club also urged the admission beat way to benefit their customers la of Spokane. The directors, however, to maintain the highest possible busdecided to not make any change in the iness standards. With this resolution renewed for the New Tear they take circuit. The former officers were elected pleasure In wishing all the season's with the exception of the happiest greetings. All Grocery Stores will be closed all Judge McCreedle being chosen for that office. day Monday, Dec. 26th. The new directors are Judge McCreedie for Portland, J. P. Agnew for Seattle and D. W. Evans for Tacoma. The pennant for 1904 was awarded to Tacoma. It waa decided to raise the general admission price to gauaes to thirty-fiv- e WORLD cents. Thera will be two ladies days in each week. The playing rules will conform to those adopted by the National Commission. All protests will AT OAKLAND AN ACCIDENT IN hereafter be dec I by the president THE FIRST RACE RESULTED within fifteen days. IN TWO HORSES FALLING waa for season Th double adopted THE SIXTH RACE WAS next year. Ths president was granted AN UPSET STROLLER full power in tha selection and dismisWON EASILY LEAD-AL- L sal of umpires. Applications for ap THE WAY. pointment as umpires were received from Jack Sheridan, Frank Pears, Oua But One Favorite Won at Ascot In Klopen. J. Ira Davis, Fred Perine, The 8econd Agnes Mack SurJames McDonald, Artis Latham and , prised Everybody. Jack Baikell. on the number of The time-limi- t, San Francisco, Dec. 15. At Oakland players each club may hire waa extendi, ed to June 1st After that date no club today the six furlong race resulted in an upset. Venator was an odd von shall have more than 14 playem. The directors will probably be In favorite with Nigrette next in demand. Stroller, a 12 to 1 chanoe, got off flysession the rest of the week ing, and leading all the way won easily from Venator, who got off none to well RESOLUTION TO INVESTIGATE and was poorly handled by Travers. DISMISSAL OF MAIL Thera was an accident in the flrot race CARRIERS. that resulted In two horses falling. Summary: First rare. Futurity course, selling Washington, Dec. 15. Representative Hearst of New York today Intro- Kurodun, won; Edcllffe, second; Meda, third. Time, 1:45. duced the following resolution: Second race, 5 furlongs, selling Whereas, in his annual message to congress, the president of the United Furs, won; Lady Kent second; Maud Staten, after calling attention to what Muller, third. Tima. 1:24.50 Third race, mile and yards, sellbe deems improper activity of letter James won; Langford ing Idogo, carriers, says: The administration has already second T San Lutlnn, third. Time, taken steps to punish abuses of this 1:48. Fourth race, six furlongs, selling nature, but It would be wise for conVena, aecond; Nigrette, gress to supplement this action by leg- Stroller, won; third. Time. 1:15. islation, and, Dr. Fifth race, 51', furlongs, pure Whereas, since the date of said Sea Prince Air, won; second; I.eggo, C. Keller and Frauk message, James third. Time, 1:15. Cunningham, letter carriers have been Brutus, Sixth rare, one mile, selling Dusty dismissed from public service, and it Is reported that toe dismissal is, at Miit'r, won; Meistereinger. second; least ia port, due to an assun.ption by Red Damsel third. Time, 1:45. the president and lha postmaster-general- , Los Angeles. Dec. 15. Favorites had that citizens of the United States who are letter-currier- s cannot law- a very bad day of it at Ascot today. fully le restricted in tbe exercise of SaLt, the only successful favorite, took freedom of speech, freedom of assemb- the fourth race, a good field. Agnes ly and freedom of petition as they Mack surprised everybody by winning the second race at 20 to 1 from the eoitld not be if not rc.lhot favorite, The Major, with Wager therefore be it. "Resolved, that tbe president is re- third. Frees las was played in tbe third quested to communicate to the house, if not in his judgement incompatible with the Interest of the public service, documents, papers, orders showing the executive action mentioned in the said message and the grounds therefor and LOW Japanese came and took away the coats and filled in the welL Krazamatoff again got the coats, reopened the well and secured a little dry bread and rice from dead Russians and Japanese. The men also were compelled to eat raw mi!lt- - The Japanese made several visit to the trenches, but pnld no attention to the wounded and rendered no assistance. Tbe Russians feigned dead, fvaring to fall into the hands of the Japanese. The sufferers frequently attempted to crawl back to the Russian lines, but were compelled bv weakness and by tbe pain of their 'wound as well as by the steady firing, to abandon the BIDS MADE DOMESTIC DRAMA attempt Finally, when only three men were left alive, three Japanese came, one of whom accidentally stepped on the leg of a soldier, who groaned aloud from pain. Finding him alive the Japanese dragged him away from his comrades, who were too weak to help him, despite hia despairing entreaties. One of tbe Japanese suspiciously kicked Ischkeno in the side but left him for dead. Hartai! staff and Iseh-ken- o finally re solved io make a last desperate effort the next night to creep back to the Russian lines, which were 400 paces distant and after dragging their bodies slowly and painfully a portion of tbe distaure they were observed by a Russian sentry and met with volleys from Russian rifles, forcing them to lie still in the millet until the firing ceased when they finally succeeded in reaching the lines where they were cared for. fed and sent to the araw hospital train. The following era the arrivals at tha Reed hotel for tha past 24 hours: O. J. Smith and wife. Reno. Nevada; C. G. Jennings. 8L Louis, Mo.; D. C. Anderson, St. Louis; Arthur I. PJiilp, Chicago; A. R. Katz, New York; E. R. Rowe, Chicago, 111.; Samuel R. Meyers, Chicago; E. J. Moore. Ban Francisco, Cal.; J. F. Walsh, San Francisco, Cal.; Tha Diet Waa Thrics Suspended Because of the Opposition's ObstrucH. Leonard Edwards, Hancock, Mich.; tions Liberals in Full Accord W. J. Heald, Marshalltown, Iowa; Geo. With tha Premier's At M. Dickeon, Indian polls; D. L. Hertituds. man. city; Mrs. Ambrose P. Hibbs, 6 city; C. M. Mnrford, Pueblo, Cdla; Buds Feat, Den. 13. In the recon.. L. Levy, New York. vening of parliament, tha house was thronged, practically every deputy beEXCURSION. ing present' and the galleries were full Suit Lake City via Rio Grand Wes- of spectators. Count Andrassy opened tern Saturday, Dec 17th, fare $1.00 the proceeding! declaring that he considered the new rule Illegal and that round trip. Train at 1:30 a. n. be declined to recognize such an anarchical outrage" aa was accomplished STOCKHOLDERS MEETING. by their adoption November 18th, hut Notice la hereby given that the an- he offered hia beat endeavors to secure nual meeting of the stockholders of a peaceful settlement of the critical the Standard Publishing company will situation. Francis Kossuth and Count Apponyl be held at fhe office of the company, No. 360 Twenty-fourt- h street, Ogden, similarly denounced the new rules aa Utah, Monday, Jsn. 9, 1905, at 2 p. m., being "violations of all parliamentary for the purpose of electing officers for usage, adding that they might aa the ensuing year and transacting such well throw the whole examination to the winds as to recognise the new ether business as may come before rules. D. G. TRACY. 8ec. the meeting. When Premier Tisza rose to reply Ogden, Utah, Dee. 10th, 1904. the uproar broke out, Count Andrassy, Francis Kossuth and others urged their followers to listen to tbe premier, but their efforts had lltle effect. Premier Tiaza during a momentary lull got in a few sentences declaring that the systematic obstruction of the opposition was a more serious violation of parliamentary usage than hia Daya In Abandon- tingle violation of the standing rules. Lay for Forty-Fou- r ed Trenches Between the OpposIt waa Incumbent upon him to atop this obstruction. At this point the storm ing Lines Finally Reached broke out afresh. Camp After Untold The deputies rushed across the floor Hardships. In great disorder, amid which n liberal Mukden, Dee. 13. (Drlnyedp An deputy was heard to shout: Obstruction must be driven out Interesting army order has been Issued nailing attention to the exceptional with whips." and devotion of Yells of rage greeted the threat and heroism, two comrades, wounded infantrymen, continued until the susHarxamatoff and Ischenko, who, with pended the sitting. Shortly after the a dozen other wounded men, lay for resumption the sitting had to be agaiu forty-fou- r days In abandoned trenches suspended owing to a renewal of tbe between the Russian and Japanese tumult. At a third attempt to conlines, suffering from the bitter cold tinue business the government by a and tha lack of food. Harzamatoff, majority of 76 managed to carry a mowho was only allghtly wounded, assist tion summoning Deputy Lengal to aped the others into th trenches, took pear before the committee on privicosta from the dead to cover them, leges to answer for the disorderly conbound their wounds and dug a well. duct before the sitting. PREMIER TISZA HOOTED DEVOTION OF TWO COMRADES the-publi- vice-preside- self-sacrifi- ' SPORTS OF I Thousands of dollars worth of Xmas Goods at prices lower than ever before quoted in Ogden. We bought a large lot of Perfume at half price and we will sell it at We have also placed our entire lot of Pillow Tops and half price during this sale. Stamped Linens in this sale at cost. . Mechanical Toys 4 The prices are lowsr this year than ever before. and dont forget to bring the children. Doll Display Call and cee them Today tha GREAT DOLL FAMILY will hold high carnival again and old Santa Claus has ordered us to put the prices down lower than was ever asked for good dolls before, because he wants every little French Stag Goods ; we have the largest and beet assortment in girl In Ogden to have at least one doll for Xmas. the City. Leather Goods 200 vSale samples of Ladies hand bags, all new shapes or braided of stylish straps handles, fitted with pursee at greatly reduced prices. Our Gigantic Fur Stock Mott sensational THE - testions H0LS&S Fur Sale ever announced at this time of the year. letter-carrier- Sensational Selling Of Cloaks ' Our entire line of children's Coats at cost and less. 250 Womens 8ample Coats and 8uits at 33 1 -- be It 3 Per Cent Off s; Gold further. ' Resolved, that tbe postmaster-genera- l is directed to communicate to tbe house all the facts bearing upon the ilsmissal of the said James Keller and Frank Cunningham and the grounds for said 'dismissal." Prices cut still deeper in this unloading aale of Christmas Dress Goods. Beginning Monday, Dec. 19, Our Store will Remain Open Each Evening until Xmas. 18, 1001. 1 T0 1 the canteen Washingtoa.Dec.15. A bill was introtoday In tha house by Repre sen! stive Merrill of Pennsylvania pro of th vidlng for the canteen at army posts. duced Dry Goods EXCURSION Salt Lake City via Rio Grande Western Saturday. Dec. 17h, fare $1.60 round trip. Train at 9:.1u s Baby Rings , aa if It were all over, bit get up la time to beat Blue Weather dear, track fast. Summary: First race, 5 furlnugs, one. wju; Light of Hay, oreani third. Time, 1:015. Second race, 6 furlong woa; The Major, second ; Wager thir 1:14. Tima, Third race, mile , --Blue Ridge, selling, won; Free-U- ? "Mn4; Phyz, third. Time. 1:48. Fourth rare. 4 furlono won. El Chihuahua! worth, third. Tims, 1:21. Fifth race, one mile' , selling Invictus, won; NsmtVJI Cloverton, third. Time, Sixth race, selling, Christopher, won; ish, third. Time, I1 furk, Knf-Skirm- l;i. ENTRIES, riX, First race, Ill; Badato. f. 5 furiorg-fiinPaclfl.-o- , B. St. Dixie, Drecuento. m: Urig'lu- - 106; Zuzo' L m7 Second race, selling. 7 fnrim,.. Llberto, 111; Exapo. lT welsea, Dusky Secret, lo7: UrlglL Hcigerson, 103; Pilot. C; fui V gg Third race., puree, 3 furin, Delagoa, 114; Tim Psyne. 107108; Llclma. 102; Americano, Fourth rare, selling, one mlle-- iil' bor. Requit er, 112; Mad Mullah Potrero Grande, 101; Tyron, lojl - Funnyeide, 98. Fifth rare, selling. 7 furlongi--.- m tor, 115; Dutiful. Luslig, ui; Anind 108; Huapala, 1I3; Doiire, luS- Roti of Hilo, 102. Sixth race, selling. Slauson course Joe Kelley, 108; Hildebrand. 104' Dor. tor C., 103; Ueeful Lady, 101; Hum - Jarlin Bred, Iks Pais, Mart Gentry, 99; 92. SUMMARY Cotllli OF RESULTS. New Orleans, Dec. 15. Results: 5 furlongs Dundall, Pride, second; Halcyon Dtvt third. Time, 1:06. First race, Second race. 7 furlongs Josette, won; Klein, second; Fernai, thw! Time, 1:03 Third race, mile Soufhhtmptoi, won; Worthington, second; BlrchnxL third. Time, 1:50 Fourth race, u.ile and a sxfiteentk-Carnl- sb, won; Mauser, second; Careless, third. Time, 1:53. Fifth race, 6 furlongs-Mimo- sa, won; Troa sachs, second; Unmasked, thlnL Time, 1:17 Sixth race, mil Matador, won; Kenton, second; Fair Reveller, third. Time, 1:48 2-- 2--5. 2-- CHRISTMAS PRESENTS. Begin Thinking About Them Now. Prepare in Time, With their customary enterprise, the laidee of the Methodist church, bars d bazaar in one of th and down-towstore next month. The location will be announced later. They are now busy making ip a stock of fancy goods, aprons, dolla. quilts, and many other goods necssn7 in tbia age of many wants. They vtU ha suitable, too, for presents, and th prices will be reasonable. The tadi request tbe public to delay buying l the 15th, 16lh, and 17th. of December, when their wants can he supplied in the easiest and most satisfactory manner possible. In buying of then, too, one has the consciousness o( having put their money whtere it will do the nioet possible good. The LtdiM Aid Society are making strenuous efforts to raise their church debt Th cause la laudable, and the public will be glad to know they are meeting with encouragement among the good people of Ogden and vicinity. well-stocken u-tl- $1.00 Telephones for Residence $2.50 Telephones for Business ROCKY MOUNTAIN BELL TELEPHONE A etc tha Office far COM Partlealeiw WHATS THE CIRCULATION THATS THE VITAL POINTI Just aa nourishing, toot hK ms and wholesome as the beef from tha other states. Wa are tqalp most pad for handling all our In a cleanly and scientific manner. Wa respectfully solicit a trial order. Is LEWEATOEIBY Wholesale and Retail 2d$8 WcA Are, OGDEN- - Lewis C J.S. & Co., L Jewelers. present a solid gold ring to every child born in Ogden, duft the monthe of December and January. We have the future welfare of Ogden at heart and with to shew our appreciation of "new residents" in this manner. Call with the little one at any time. They are all welcome and will each receive exWill Ing the ring ABSOLUTELY FREE No compensation whatever pected. Remember we are undisputed leaden In Jewelry, - Watcheh Clocks, Diamonds, etc. OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL XMAS. J. S. LEWIS & CO., Jewelers AT THE BIG CLOCK, . WASH. AVE.