|Paper||Ogden Morning Examiner|
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|Paper||Ogden Morning Examiner|
'V "--- &-- - H.C.'. i.:.- -' V;.. a!- .A, irp' 4T j i IHt MOUSING amusements I BREVITIES GRAND fs day. Trtfito bit Dramatic Treat Bepreeentativa Actor LOUIS AMES t Supported by LrMAN hackett Excellent Company of JJLJT Dnder the Management of jACeWma" Pruenting RICHELIEU Acceaeeriea, Ij" I"jt ATS NOW ON SALE. GRAND OPERA HOUSE juuinni MONDAY 4 . IwM. A. BRADYS PRODUCTION (itoiUd by JOS. R GRISMER r SPECIAL HOUSES ARE ! CLOSED ! SALE OF SEATS SATURDAY. ITAtiNA .THEATER Twelfth Succeiaful Week of MISS LULU SUTTON, The Montana flirt," TONIGHT AND Ihe Ticket of Leave Man SATURDAY MATINEE. IE 80 and 30 cents. No higher GRAND NEXT WEEK, MLISB. 1 FOR Has tie a Pair of MS? WMWVWVWWWVMMMmp Brushes? u more appropriate aa a cWtma praeent for man than a Sifflond, a Ring or a pair of Opera a for tbe Lady. RdUat E ffful in designs And moderate in pricee One and pick ont Just what you at from our large stock. Buswell L. IV, A P,r Door West of Z. C. M. I. StraeL Twcnty-fourt- 1 h JEMIIKCS BROUGHT BACK Hed for the Robbery of Knitting Factory. the wday, Carl Jennings will to stand trial for S of th knitting factory one Sheriff Bailey went to Salt JnmiPd tne warrant of arresL has not served the time ha for g .n in the to., ebortly after his crime in Of-- k J5. t0 Ogden jjjrry 2f5 rrrl boeae-brenkin- was apprehended through at the u received lnto knitting genptiou that tor n-- u ' g1 hi St 7. L (i'1 1116 fae-b- e waa sent to the pen-h- . at Zion hla description waa require, to the ahai 1 the country. This '.u description In d of the sheriff that canity 1 the pR<enlUiy lq isVeotk POLICE HAVE BEEN ORDERED TO MiKE ARRESTS. has bad reputation, ft of the ring leaders In tho rs-- f esesp from the pep- - R;ng i , , . r S, i ,5 De- - Judge Murpr.y I s: Kf.- - LiSteiliCt, lc ' .. i 'U.p.i i. , . .. 1. .IT Closed. cm. in U in :! ,i, i ii.i li.nl i.c, u i:- -i i 'n ' ' rni-.- i i ii I It Illl.iJll A ' .ti.n.bi 10? I. I.i- - . i: J.c Lrt v , S ' ! u : stand a1 1.'! !r,. :ht Uoiu Lll lliv1 j . , i I i : a' i in- - de- - :h ;h, u i l 0 ) ill lilt' W i. il - House v t - w ; IH as? 1.,: by ':.'..iC,. said ' , District Attorney rin Expressed a termination lo Keep the J t) K,, i, tuati. t : I W... .1 ...i., I! ..i ;neli Out 4 Lll'i-.-- - ,ti ; I1 . i lv, i . c sin,- t' i- 6f : ; c Cs. on T ! Ch l! ) ul i .id .o.t ,i 't! ;l.,- c-n- ' Tn..- - ..tl.'i' !u cal-I- ih,- - in l, ;m- - Oreycn Snort Line. a, li'-i- . riur the Sal! i.aM Tl'.'!!lc. KOlllid I T.p S.;t: Iatkc f 1 i.c. mi .! :i I iVo. rv.'.i rale p.sid tu and ot, Ss:".!.i.,v l,c. LHih. good ,o re'itru Urc. " - M Ku s. I-- Ill-- u RAILROADING fha excavating for the extension to the Southern Pacific shops in progressing rapidly and tbo locality la a busy scene. The first layer of frozen ground haa been loosened and plow are now being used. The present plana of the company are to make this a temporary boiler shop and transfer all tbe machinery from the old boiler shop to the new one. It It understood that many new and modern machines, which will facilitate the repairs to the boilers, will be Installed. The present ooller shop will be r as a temporary shop, where tho engine tenders will receive attention. It has been stated on good authority that it la the intention of the company to erect a new bnilding for the boiler shop, as the additional room made by the extension now in course of construction la badly needthat la ed aa a machine abop and building the extension some large cranes will be placed In position and will be ready for service when re- Edward J. Pearson, chief enPaelfie gineer of the Northern W. and has resigned railway, L, Darling, who recently resigned aa chief engineer of the Pacific railway, the Chicago, Milwaukee A Si- - Paul's coast extension, has been appointed Mr. Pearaon'a successor. Mr. Feamou will assume the position with the Pacific railway made vacant by Mr. Darling's resignation. The change win take place Dec. II. tank-repai- A. B. Mosley, I head-quarte- H. A. Hanson, ticket clerk at the Union depot, is a Balt Lake vlsiror. All of (be ballasting of roadbed on the Salt Lake division la about completed. A poll ion of the track near Elburs ia being ballasted, after which work of this character will be discontinued until spring. It Is impossible to carry on repairs to tbe roadbed during the winter weather. Southern Pacific detective who has juat returned to Ban Francisco, With Stereoptlcon Pictures era will has been Investigating two attempts be entertained. Good Lunch and Cof- to wreck passenger trains en the Southern Pacific near Hornhrook. Calfee to tickle the palate. Tba old aland of the Western Union ifornia. Obstruction were found on Telegraph oompany Is beautifully dec- the tracks a mile north of Hornbrook orated with a brilliant Ladies' Home Monday afternoon, Just ahead of the Overland passenger traln.broken brake Journal Booth hi the center. Friday and Saturday afternoon and blocks being wired to the rails. The evenings, December 15th and 15th. Ad- same night a pile of ties were found across the track a short distance south mission free. Come and see ns. j of Hornbrook. DIVORCE IS CRAHTED A JOHN SHANNON FELL DEAD A' salt for divorce, instituted by Catherine M. Blair va. James S. Blair, in which tha Ogden State bank was made a party to the anil, in order to restrain the defendant Blair from removing moneys deposited there, came up for hearing before Judge Armstrong In the district court this morn? lag. .On motion of Attorney Halverson the case as to the Ogden State Bank was dismissed. The testimony id the plaintiff Mrs. Blair and James B. Morris waa taken and the petition fur divorce granted. At 1:00 a. m. yeetarday John Shannon dropped dead from a chair in the Bt Louis beer hall. Death is supposed to have been caused by heart trouble. The body was taken to Lindquist's undertaking parlors, where it 1 being held to await the decision of the coroner. Shannon hod been at the beer hall He bad been the entire evening. drinking some, but pot. to excess. Shortly before hla death he walked to the back of the house and at down in a chair. For a few minutes be did not move, then suddenly he lurched WARRANTY DEEDS. forward and fell to tbe floor. The bartender ran to hla assistance but The following warranty deeds have before anything could be done to rebeen filed in the county recorder's of- vive him the man was dead. fice: Shannon has worked in this part of Andrew Hunter to O. M. Runyon, a the country many years. He was for king time an engineer on the Union part of the noithwrat quarter of secrange 8 Pacific and thia year worked as a tion 11, township 5 north, west. Consideration 1618. team shovel man for tbe Utah ConGeorge T. Terry and wife to Oliver struction company. F. Johnson, all of Iota 20 and 21, block 2. Cropaeya addition. ConsidSWAN-CONUCASE eration 8278. n John F. Everett to J. P. (VKelll. ceie yerer-day- , In the part of lot 7. block 2. plat B. Ogden the entire time waa consumed in Consideration 2200. City survey. Christina M. 1 Vsn Dyke to Ann E. citing cases similar ih which verdicts Btone, a part of lot I, block 41. plat , were rendered that will influence the 5. final decision that will either throw Ogden City survey. Consideration Thirteen .deeds from residents of tha case ont of court or will permit Weber county to the Utah Independ- the introduction of testimony. At 2 p. m. court reconvened. Books ent -- Telephone company, transferring y for the compinys tele- many and large were opened from definitions of phone wires, north cl their line to which cases, jndgmeate, freud, the Kept of an origlial Mud Brighitn City. when It perttine to more than one transection, were reed. That the case "Negleeted colds make rat grer Dr. Wood Norway Pine Syr- will be hard fought on both sides beyards. tak'-under lrtenieu is up helps men and waatn to a happy, fore It is cHsrn. figarnus old ago. Swan-ConUs- C-- OUR BUTCHERS The Places slot uuirhll'.e IV ; tuo nig li the follow iibii wl . . houiic tin- nun - 1: lug oriki. put lip b.ili. Wl'i oouri JOKIT.iM' him to keep :b house. O. Keller. K. IYkatm I., i ...!wi.o were unlawful!' dmi.k jr.u w. Each was given !h i ,l.v ? I h. nt to aweil the imk ).,: f,nn. wnii-has so inoreaved in ilm mv wni, (hat it is suggestive ol '.be s,. linin'! time wlu-- wusi-UJie inuu. A. Keans. G. liani- - ,iin K. were aked if they wi.e gnilM ot vug- rsney. And wbul is lb: .uno imu.ir?' they replied. wr.ii no vt. "Going around the ible means of support. read tinWe are not guilty of thm." cam.- .he chorus, luitor Gains pleaded guli-- ; :y and was kODt to Ihe ktockade fur five days, but tbe other two held to their original declaration. Their coke was continued. Bib? By bee waa arraigned upon the charge of dlaturiiing the peace of one Geo. Woli.li of Wait Weber, and his case was postponed. - I i door, he ghintvd critical'' and disoorertsl u ktnull holt m ou? of the windows. Iutthg hia o ih? aperture, he bohrld th wary liutid in the act of pacing over tho iu,i- a emu foriablu drink 'o a cusionn-;-- . Sebrlng walked in, gree.ed the li.u and lati-his business. Uuiid made no excuse. He said that ho ay willing wro-.ui- rv d to stand the puniahmeui. "1 cant get a license from riii- county, and I thiuk I have a riah- to sell said liquor as well as inyunc Baird, by way of defonx?. His neighbors are firm in .heir determination to stop the traffic in whin key in the town. They a'si-- mat the small boys and young in.-t- i hsug around the place in the eveiiiuq. U&ird will appear before Judgu Murphy on Mouduy next, lu the in ea till mo his saloon is closed tlgh;. EXCURSION HOLIDAY ; To Buy the . - - Dee. 23, 24, 25. I Choicest ' MEATS ; . j The Market Affords Greenwell Fred L. Keller Bros. Choice Meats RATES. and Jan. 1aL (he beat at market. thia RANDOMS For two busy days our Random Department haa been left out. It waa not fur warn of ihiuys to tell, but because we were unable to get them up in the murtungs, and the Hkwtdard said that as niui'li ns they knew the ladle wanted to ad thwnyci they could not held the impvr back in order to get them in. We'll try, however, to be pompt hereafter. Enaer Phone Lindsey THE CENTRAL MEAT MARKET jjiJ V MEATS MEATS i i. Two-Hou- FISH AND POULTRY It IT. WE HAVE THE TRY US. IN SEASON. I ; One Wa please everyone. itm which we failed to get in is the sale of smoking Tomorrow all day. W Bad Pheaea the display ad Jackets. that by making a little effort the entire line can he cleaned out by the loliday. lUh. 171; Bell GREENWELL. lu4. RICHARD Bell Phones Mgr. lad. lily; 24$. 23 1 1 Washington Avenue 2321 Washington Avenue We Keep, the Best Meats QIELS Bo tomorrow' you may have your choice of the entire line of Hmok-in- g Jackets at a discount of TWENTY PER CENT. goods Money of-1- 1 will buy; no Inferior meats haadled at BALLARD & RINCKERS Meat Market 173 MEATS FRESH AND CHOICE. FRESH PISH ARRIVE EVERY DAY. Both phones 331 Jus! pbeae aa and ww assure yea the best. The Finest Meats m the market are always fsund here. FheBN lad. $43; Ball C. H. GREENWELL, Pboaso 3. JR LONDON of Ou . Street AN Kinds motto Is to please. Everything first-clas274. W. W. STONE. Prop. THE ARMOR Meat Market Prep. Game and Fish fn Season. We handle Nethi.tg but Prims Steer Seer. $1$ . SEATS THEM ALL FOR FINE SELECTED Fresh and Salt Meals. Seth Fhense Twenty-Fift- h Groceries and Choice Meats Meat Markel auio-tnobilc- 154. MARKET 2323 Washington Avenue DEAD. lad. Phoam-la-d. Prcprietsr. A. WRIGHT, bell l$lfc; NEVADA 126 Your Cuts Are Ours cum-meit-- e San Diego. Cal.. Doc. IS. An Prominent Aeasyer in Salt Lake Vic-- i accident yesterday resulted In tint of Sulphuric Fumee. serious injury to Mrs. . M. Adelaide Preston of Charlotte. Mich. She is R H OBi'.ei . an assayer widely In a hospital suffering from Injuries about tbe heed sod a broken right col- knows in western mixing circle, was found dying this morning in the lar bone. Mrs. Preston waa riding down Fifth bseenent of his plset of business la street off a bicycle When ha automo- Salt Lake, presumably suffocated by bile belonging to Ml Jarlcki of Erie. sulphuric fuiaeg spring from ore Ps.. truck her. Mrs. Preston wa which he was roasting. He expired thrown from her bicycle and sndd soon after being found by one of bis Mr. Officer came to FU on her head and shoulders. Tbe cmploTre. folo. do noi expect s fa'l reul.. l.lr from St h Meat Market h R. H. OFFICER Twenty-Fourt- 683. ELITE L-t- i. 35th Street IS THE PLACE TO BUY YOUR I , MEATS FRESH AND CUNSD. FISH AND POULTRY t ell eeasena, 138. ST. TWENTY-FOURT- Specialties: Heme Made Lard and Sausage. Ail Meets are Strictly Firsl-CIssin Every Line. !i fi I FOR YOUR CHOICE FOR EXTRA CHOICE th .1 218. 2478 Washington Avenue Meat Market LIST. STRUCK BY AUTOMOBiLE. POULTRY THS BEST. AND FISH pi 355 Twenty -- Fourth St. This evening, as r custom for some time-t- ho Sale will be in progress and this lima tbe articles offered are those which will be wanted most, for Christinas We advise the reading of our gift. I advertisement of tbe 5th page. haa been to You are aara POULTRY AND PISH IN SEASON. Phoaee Bell IH; lad. ISA In Toyland we have marked the so that there will be no toys List of letters remaining In the when the holidays are gons. No matthem post office at Ogden, Utah, Dec. 12tfa, ter how carefully we might pack which, if not. called for In two weeks, away, in a year they lose much of i llieir newness and are no longer new. j will be sent to the Deed Letter Do your encoring early they an-- sell- - i ce: ing fast. Gentlemen LiaL Ayres, Frank. Iavftt, J. W.H. Much new help Is being provided for American, Lavllle, P. ih Christmas Rush. Today there are Agelopulos, Peter. Morgan, David. in the four store about one hundred , Anthony, Robert. McAuliff, Deni J. and forty pvjfplc. May, Timothy. Ilowman, J. C. Briggs, Rnj. Mastuaka, Geo. The Sale of Cloaka and Suits con- - , McCown, James. Barth, John. liiiuev. and every day tbe news of it F. S. H. J. Beckett, Martin, very specie! spreads. Tomorrow Means, Roy. Drydon, Prof. for is offered Bilk petticoats irem Edwin. B. Moffett., L. Bcyea, (See the ad.) hall. than ea L. C. E. Christensen, Powers, W. Cole. Rev. Quinn, John L. Every euy tlil Christmas the Py-- i lHinieis, John. tlouae, Henry. class will be In session and rography DeLangle, C. P. Dr. Raymond, A. W. Is changed lo two o'clock time the Ritter, M. Evans, W. B. You sre welcome. I instead of three. Elko Tuscsims Raforton, Fred. 2 letters. Mining Co. Stick. Charlie. Ewing, Floyd. EXTRA SESSION OF LEGISLATURE Ford. C. H. Malvaln, A. Faunlcr, Chan. li. Strom. A. E. Helens. Mont., Dec. la. As a reSlymanskl, Jar. sult of the organisation of the Mou-isn- a Turner, S. Y. Rate association In this city yesThurman, terday. Gov. Toole will be requested tson, A. 11 M ilson. Alex. ro Call the legislature In extra session to pass a railroad commission Mil. Whitcomb. At me last session of the legislature Charley. a hill was paed on tbe lal day of Williams, Dave. the session, and it was vetoed by the Whipple. C. H. While. W. I,. governor ou the ground that it wa The resolution unconstitutional. Williams. Tlo.t . Wood, Hi'her C. adopt hy ih rate convention directs he executin' committee to ascertain Wlnther, Ole. Kstslanic, .Ihiiji JJ. I. if the governor will Issue a call for a Waldrem. A. T. if 2 letters. Zlnn, O. C. special session of the h'gisla'urc, a majority of the mem-Imthe is Ladies' LisL will support a measure ihai will Mis, George Baker, Mr?. lo confoim to hi ldi-- s as cxjr.t-'e- ri C. Marie. Cooper, Mrs. his veto message !ai jear. Cutier. Mi, .lack. Maybin. Sliv The executive committee or the Maios. Capp. Miss Kcmds. ion was directed to collect data social Mis. Mitchell, Mik Chase, by the railshowing J. K. Amende. to ami In Montana bring proroads Dean. Ml Ediih.Milby, Mi Annie. ceedings before the interstate J. Neal, Mis. Cbm le. Farrington. M commission. Arrangements Ford, Mrs. Flora. Parker, Mr--. Jessie were made to proud funds to carry Fortney. Miss Shephard, Mr. out the Indirections. Emma. Maggie. F. J. Edwards of thia dly. was , Gardner, Mr?. Joe. Smith, Mrs. elected permanent president of ihe asMi .4 M. Mr?. Wallace. Hayden, sociation and H. A. rraser. also of Nrille C. Williams, Violei. Helens, secretary. THOS. H. DAVIS. P. M. LETTER i Butchers WRIGHTS Farmers Art Receiving $50,000 From the Factory. FOR and Retail Wholescl For Fine Meats SUGAR BEET MONEY j ' el.-it- Oregon Shutt Line R. K.( Union Pacific R. It. and Houthern Faciilc Co. One fai for thj round trip within a radius of two hundred and fifty mllca from selling point. Tickets good to return until Jan. 4th, 18W. oi-- Farmers from Weber couuty are receiving the last payment on this years beet crop. Checks to the amount of $50. Out) for beets and $15,000 for wage were paid. Last month the pay roll was more than twice the amount that It ia today. The total paid to farmer and labor era will not reach over $100.000. For the same last year tlu amount reached $100,000. The difference in ) ears is due to the decreased tonnage harvested this year, which hs been 15.000 ton short of the crop of 1$04. Amount of money not so large a the local distribution are being paid out at the and Lewiston factories. For the three factories the total paid today to bret raisers and laborers will not reach over $106,000. Merchants err expecting a boom In business this week on account of the large amount of money in circulation, which they anticipate will be in part turned Into Christman purchases and winter supplies of various articles of necessity. From the amount of business done today, this expectation will SO, 21 T i - traveling passenger agent of the Hsrriman line with in this city. left Thursday over the Overland Limited for New York and other eastern cities, in the interest of tbe passenger department. During his nbsenee, which will bo shout two weeks, hla field la being covered by the traveling passenger agent of the Oregon Short Line with headquarters In Balt Lake. be fulfilled. James Conllsk, of the Union Depot ticket office, ia unable to be at hia desk owing to illness. CHRISTMAS SALE All the preparations for the German Ladies' Aid Society Christmas Sale art completed. What have they for sale? Idsten: Opera Bags, Gown Bags, Laundry Bags, Shoe Bags, Collar and Cuff Bags, Umbrella Bags, Stocking Baga, a tall line of Bago-logie- . Bed Room Slippers, Hat Holders, Doylies, Head Shawls, Dusting Capa, Aprons for Kitchen and Parlor, esongh to supply tha demand and to ault every taste, and other articles too ncmeroua to mention. Fish ponda tilled with peculiar fishes. rirbt-of-wt- j rv o .1 k to i . ;.r ' (ju ..L, .1 u-- T -- v o n'H'.oni 'o ., t ; I.' , - i,:i ' ri ;. POLICE U-e- . OAeiii - in quired. Military JAIL IX : Elder Ifenlel McLuw of Oakley, Ida? rwvmly :o:uru('d fnnu a mis-eioiJOwn Tweu'.y-hf.a tin, to i lio South, ru diet rtf. Ip visitto the uiiildiui: liou-- e are, ing In ihe lily, tlif guest of Gua ni'.ii in i:' baud? Wrlphl. Jr., n'.io a with hltn In the met are mltfdionar wvri, . ..iii.'.iir. piH'k,'.-- . dorp iu tht-lan in undertout'. utivMnii' au,i Mrs. TyU-- r. who has risitiug ally bri'uLiug ou; in ii.ir;tiii. with her mother la the for sev-me, off will rhi in eral As, mp city laugh, as ihe humor of the i'u.iriun for several days. iuv gum ot Mrs. If. arpfaU to thi-rn-. They ar, ihe g.m. 11. Spencer, ronu to California biers iu tbe city The faro bai.h. ' where ah, got-- to wheel, the fortune wheel. i,tni other wheels and paraphernalia or The Wright have S'U'ii'cd a new gaining nature an- in disuse. Thi-plan of delivery, and in order lo carry have been out of e for 1 hours'. out the Name have Ihvu compelled to They are to remain so if the uidi-- ? employ addilioual delivery hoys. They of the chief of police are obeyed. now have three wagon?, five 1k.v and These older were given to be obeyan overseer In the delivery ilrpimiii'-iii- . ed. Every officer on the force was to watch the given instruction A timing rink has Ut-built at the houses and stop, by arrest, any one corner of Wall avenue slid Tweufy-elglit- h caught In the act of gambling. atrect, which, during the recent To catch them In the act of gambling cold spell, has beeu largely patroulz-ed- . is the difficult proposition ilui conThe rink la lighted and is suffi- fronts the champion of the law. Some ciently large to accommodate a good-size- d arv of the opinion that gauic will be crowd. conducted ou the sly. which will disclose themselves to the authorities Principals of the Suit l.sk,- City only when some one lias hist money schools yesterday divided lo oppose and wUhe to even with tho house tbo giving of (.'liribinias presenis by by informing. get Other think that gamteachers to pupils. Their opiiosKion is blers will remove themselves from the based on experience In ihe Salt Lake city and ply their business In other achooli. In which pupil of one room towns, while a few in opposition lo were grieved often by the fact that thia conclusion affirm that a light will teacher in other room wen more lib- be made to determine whether the eral in their gifts lo pupils. gambler has the right to gamble. These few are of the opinion that the quesGeo.' T. Odell, geuersl nuuugec of tion will be made a state affair In the the Consolidated Wagon and Machine next session of the legislature. No action ha been iokcu by tba company, accompanied by Mrs. .pdell and daughter. Marie, passed through gambler themselves. They prefer to Ogden Thursday night en route to New let the people talk before (Iti-- make a York, whore Mr. Odi-1- will spend the dcdalon. Hhould iapular sentiment exholiday with her daughter Adelaide, press Itself lu an audible protest, and who la finishing her education at one in favor of the policy taken by the district attorney, there remains but of the fashionable seminaries. one action leave town. The state board of equalization have arranged to hold a convention of from the several county counties lu this section of the stale at Brigham City, itox Elder county, Monday. The board of county commissioner. Assessor Dlx. County Clerk Mattson. Treasurer Chambers, and Recorder Ellis, and other county officers, have been invited to attend the convention, which 1 to be held for tho purpose of considering tbe boat method of assessing property. -- X who ud ALL WEEK.' askso f:b : Mro. Y. I'orvy and daughtir, and Mrs. A. T. LVrvy and Mrs. O. O. Coiey have reruvued from Idaho and an- - to make inviJ houii' fu Ogden for ihe wiiiier. 75c, 50c, 25c. r.'. maces OBEY THE OF OGDEN SlJOO, ism;, Hi. GAMBLING'HOOPER .iUN'FAILED TO:, IN AND OUT SIM, DKlT.MCl.i: )HliMMi. A ; i j is, Mesa i - 75c. SOc. 25c. 11-0- 11.50. I re-i- d. Coatumea, Auxiliaries Correct wwt61Hy . C. Nit-tvof iLit U'.inun lmpiemi-ucompany. tu.s post. iu ilie Huger factory conuected wiMi at Garland on the blUi. . ITAll, SAi . In the fivu e.ore ol the Wrialv. compauy lUre ai,- now employed 1.1 i iluriu the holiclerk?. wiii wi-- jr-i- Ni OPERA HOUSE UtiiUlN. LXAMI.NLi;: Just pbeae us and wa will take care of yon. s Phones wna Bell 477-k- ; fad I; .