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THE IfriliM Is lit lnr isIKS. au whli-- By gw following.. The ancient English cns'um ui g.mg hive ioki-non the l!0lb of Augi (iicJ out many years ago. The cusioiii wm for "enamoured uiaydi-- and to give to their favorite ru .i, aa token of love liitie haudkerd.., ;, three or four inches square, with a but bin or tsisel at eii-- curuT and a a until one iu the center. The fitu-- ; of Uiese favors was edged with narrow gold lace or twist unA then fuiuMl up iu four cross folds so that the middle might be seen. They were worn by the fortunate swains iu their hats or on the breast. The favors were generally the handiwork of the faire and well she liked to work the umt beautiful figures she could for h r favorite suitor, but they became so much in vogue in Queen Elizabeth's t::ue that they were sold This, of ready nude Iu the shops. course. the romance of the custom, and Leti-its death. the first paragraph in tbs will gypj f Henry IT. of England. written in JinPT. M08, it will be seen that even good spelters: tings an not always jm tbs name of GuiL Fadlr, Son and p0lly Goat, three Person and one God, wreck by the Grace of j, Heoety. sinful , Kyng of England and Frauu,-ein of hole Irland, Lord my being gnd Brnd, mok my testament la manera fonne that auyth. Fyri. I to Almighty God my s:nful soul, neve re been worthy of gj, vhjrho had thro hys tuercle and hys gi r,IL bnt e. which lyffe 1 haveth tuj pvndyed gjertof I put myselfe wholly in his Mse and mercye with all my a herte. londls threw the glsa 1 fhanke my trew the that they for serryae srple ttve dune unto me, and 1 uk them (grgyynla If I hasih lnyseutreied them Of h also be noted that Uenry, not being up to the standard aa a gigltf, had a peculiar habit of apelling vord in from two to live different be-gj- e Trapping II:? W a et Dnllijr. The Tba historic stone known in Scotland as thy Stone of Destiny, In Ireland as tba "Ua Fall and in England aa Jacob's Pillar or the "Scone" la said to bare been brought from Egypt to Ireland by a beautiful princess, who placed It In Taras ball In S50 B. C. At d present tbia eery ancient relic la lieu faa-tene- underneath the coronation chair in Westminster abbey. The atone la of dark color, streaked with .red, and la twenty six Inches long, sixteen Inches wide and eleren inches thick. Its surface is much defaced, and a deep crack almost dlrklaa.lt into. two parts. Tradition aays that this atone cun lie traced back to the plains of. Lux, where Jacob laid hia head upon it and dreamed his ladder dream, and that at the capthrity Jeremiah carried It to Egypt Love Teat. This tale-itold tn the orient: A lady ana day found a man following her, and she naked him why he did am Hia reply was, "Ton are very beautiful, and I am In lore with you. Oh, you think nt beautiful, do yen? There la my alstcf over there. You vyill find her much more beautiful than I am. Go and make iuyn.-lher. (On bearing this, the nun w ent to see the alater, but found she Wss Ttry ugly, bo he cam hark in an angry mood and asked the lady why aha bad tokl him a falsehood. Fhe tba answered, "Why did you tell me a falsehood?" The man was at this accusation and asked when ho had done ' so. Her answer A a L aur-.prlse-d . was: "Ton said yon loved me. If that had been tree you would not have gona to make Jots to another woman. 1irMl. As Wil!i:i;:i Morris was au Euglish-man- . It n.ev not seem remarkably to Americans :'iot lie did not always Ml cud first. In a Ou Joke r of her Lusband Mrs. Edward ,.'iis of the ease with which reverseu them. They lud all burn asking euuun-druui- parr. - hroat trout from a peculiar red marking on the throat New York Herald. The Btsl The great actress brings s' dress over from Pari. It costs her (1,000. She hu to have four maids to help her get bto It. When she cornea out on the atage the public nt once exclaims In rapture: This b Indeed realism! What Is she representing? Why, n BMIian peasant girl- .- Fuck. A Tmpllic Hint. Energy, said the young man who nad hern calling regularly for about a tar, "energy and promptitude are wanted nowadays. Tea. indeed. replied the young lady, with meaning. "Just look at young Mr. Wilma. He only met Mias Anderson two months ago, and now they are am ISfrd. Isn't Hia Reanalav Bailim. taking your non a long time college? It seems to mb tth must be his sixth or seventh year. It is but going to college has he-hia regular business Why. the tan wouldn't stand any show without f It ri through Record-Heral- fc gt ! aa the boat Protection from Well. I have burglars?" found that being pooir la effective. 8L Louis lnde-ta'fient- Katwralty-- . "Who killeJ his brother Cain?" asked Burne-Jones- . Morris fell into the trap ut ourt. Abel!" he shnuied. Later in tin- - duy he came in laughing. "I trapped the pursou, by Jove! he asked him, Who killed exclaimed, "hat sort of people are th wh continually aecking divorce? the reformer, with an agon. a' i "Vs-rte- d "Bded the people eLrtful cwrse guluw. Journal A B prlu-'palJ.- v,' I 'Jot. Lou!rll!a- - w! (V Kt - of our mbfortunaa are mor fJPPortable than the comments of om wnb-- A. Dumas. "POU 1105. l la itwi iull 'v i. i i' ..D'i '.tVit'kh au .n;: .i'.-.-- - i.U uc rc'' ;.in ii,j iy u:'p.,::i.(i t 1 ' PROFESSIONAL FRATERNAL UPHOLSTERING. DSAXEE OF HONDiL JS i ikkl J kI A - ot llii' i.ie '1 fw-- Ti i.t i.- r, oil Lincoln ni iu , FjiL't'lM. . I MY 41: i i,.' '.hfi-iiii't lf..i ,llu Jbyf'Jrt il her 11. ':iu.-- : jirupcrr-- eh .V Ogden Kiv,. l". for a (Usui., e : ' defray the io' ..1 curbs aud gui!,- - wH sNIONg,; lineal lee;. pc (.mcieii 1: M n ;il miii-Ute- ffeeeaaltlra ef Him Life. There are two fundamental necessities for a happy life namely, a useful occupation fur inind and body and an outlet for unselfish affection.. The first requisite for enduring happiness is in having work to do In which one believes. Such work always alms at the accomplishment of something useful. W14)e this work must be done with fair efficiency, it should not be accompanied with too much drudgery or exhaustion. Tba simpler the pbn ou which one's living b modeled the less will be the complications and disturbances caused by an orerelaborate seals of existence and the more time will be left fur the real dutlee and pleasures of life. From Vital Questions," by Dr. Henry D. Chapin. .1 VXTE1) and will be Amis tke liras. Tha only planet which the Incas had discovered was Venus, which they called the hairy on account of the brightness of IU rays. They said that, baing tha most brilliant of the stars, the sun would not permit It to bo from h.'m rnJ ohil-e- d It to attend his frolng down hia rUlng as we!! k!ugl o:i!t tb' Just a at t'1 rj. ' s' i It 's and the iian ' mrst tTsi'i: e 'm'fted to t'.e rr lad e : monlius rny: I r' .. i and rc'.lrin' !'.i th'.t the I rs i:" ft two di er; i, cas a; j'--c of V .. ncce'.i'.iji- - ra i. pvcedcd or the sun. To this day the natlv Feruvlsns nme It la fanciful LuinsF the eight hour torch and the twlUgh' lamp. As this stir served to show thr Indians ;when it waa tlma to prepare tfao mala for cooking; they also gave ft a name Indict tlv of that act. A ehapel in the Temple of the Sun was conee-crate- d to thls.pbaet. . le ,. I1 : i"-1- ... . ' - CLOTHING 1J paired. I'Olt .il .. J.K' . J! - il,,!!'.. pul.' a ii.1 elce- ' I '.Mill i.i X PEIRCE, Notary Estate, Fire, U4.1. 13 37-- I i ife i. i.ii, L'.E uvtr FOR ! RENT Kii.iiikhed unfur-Blah- XI-i- f. 5 I4AIR GOODS AND COSTUMES. houvo;k. Jdil'uue, V. 12 FOR ti ENT FuruU.iac rooms suitable HAIR SWITCHES tor sale at reduced tor gentlemen. it2 2.!d. r rteea. Hair chalas a specialty. Ma Flk-ukID rooms, wita ar without querade roetumee to rent for balls i Loard and theater. All lull oreare imperial. 2Jbt Washing ton at rraoiptly attended to. Bra. C E il FIRST CLASS fu Bismarck, 121 ; 12-2- 1 a one-hors- len-lnu- fl S- - 191-ly- 25th Ft. IM-lj- r t:H RENT Furnish ea rooms ibis Block. 121 PHYSICIANS Sea d r tf sdea Ledge. No. 7i8. meets every and club evening, rooma. vrond floor ledge Mmor-'building. 8416 Washington Are. J. A. HOWE I.T E. R. J- - H. KNAUSI, Secretary. Wd-l- f IN. A Feruluad. Physician aad Sap Office hours, lo to 18 sl, 2 to 4 p. m. 140 25th fit Phone 229. a m YlalLag Real Es- lae-rea- re. at A. a ail to a brothers invited J. MORAN. P. fl. . Ct. K. LADIES OP THE MACCABEES. . !1,7,r a H,? 1. fSu2fc..TMWd Hall, luenty-flft- FIRE INSURANCE. MAKER. mees the eeaoad at I street. lung siatera cordially tavlted. b Vim & AVERILU L NELSON, li K LUO tate and Loans Rooms 411 15 413 tub Uwa A Treat Building. BUOl Ka nT. meeie ',rrT Ncnda H'2 D. HICK PAPER MANGER AND UMIRELLA Furalshed rooms tor light housekeeping. 2635 Nye arm Ogdaa CmiacU. S. JV- - I UK H ENT KN.OHTL OP COLUdSwR. AND 1UROEONS. B H. GODDARD, KNIGHTS UK PVTH.AA Ogdaa Lodga Na , Knights of Pythias, meets at Cast! FsA, Utah Natkuuil Beak building, eviuy Mow-dacvealng AU K. of P.'a roquaeteA to mart with na y THE CAR-OBfaralehed Newly rauma; also tor beuaeksepiiig. 1466 Washington Avo. Booai 6. J. DEN HARTOG. painter, paperhaag-e- r and umbrella maker, haa moved from 2258 Wash. ave. to 828 8ih sL Both trlephoaea. 1618-t- f BOARDERS WANTED. ECAVENGPR e. h gkiuer.M.aOfaP. A. T. WOOD L. N. MElDi C. : t. and R. I WORK. RATHBCNfi bleTEKa. Teltpbooa Jobs faa Ewwdoa If yoe Moots every Saturday afternoon at 449 2Glh SL have aay scavenger work. Prompt eervioe aad seat work. Bell 'phone 2:29 la Pythlaa Hall. Utah National 10-- 1 BOARDERS, if. Bank building. Sojournlrg motors sum upatalre , 132 25lh SL 17-r- . d'xlly Invited te attend. yr. MRS. ANNA JENKINS, M. E C TREATMENTS.. MRS. ISABEL WTANT. f R. aed R WANTED Boarder at 146 22nd. lad. 'Phone B51 Prof. Keiana, Renre T, HotiTurta treat VrOODMEN OF THE WOULD. all Rheumatiam, Neuralgia aad FOR RENT, UNFURNISHED ROOMS al!mau arising from Impure Weber Camp; No. 7L Meats la L lkd. et P. HaL ia Utah National Uann FOR RENT Two or four unfurnished building every Thursday evening at 4 rooms, 137 26th SL POOL AND BILLIARD SUPPLIER WANTED Boarders ana roomers, 10-7-- o'cloc JACK FERGU8QN, FOR RENTHOU3EB. FOR RENT 300 21 at SL house. Inquire Pool and Billiard Tables and BdppUra Tmephone 2506 Lmoola Blot Bell. 648-k- . ala-roo- fice. VUlUag Invited to attend. WM. DOYLE, C mrtialtf Woodman C. E. AUTU. Cterh. lot NaL Bank Bldg. FRATEhNAL ORDER OP EAGLES CIVIL RNQINCRR. FOR RENT One tour, one oottage, modern. Apply 2634 Great U B. SPENCER. CIVIL ENGINEER. nvn. Railroads. Waterwork. Sewers and Power Plants. Areurato Rnrveya FOR RENT house, inquire PIsbl Eeflmatra and Reports. 1114-t- f rear 626 27Ul U. S. Deputy Mineral Surveyor." OWee, MS Eceles Bldg.. Ind. Phene FOR RENT -- House on Wash. Are., be11IS. P. O. Ben 419, Ogden, Utah tween 22nd and 2!rd. Apply Consolidated Wagon Machine Co., of- Praters U Order of Eagles Ogden A Ne 111, F. O. K, meets every (Sunday esaalag la Eagle HalL cart cl Rood botoi, at 1:00, Vlaiuag Brotbar Eagles are Invited to atwad the Aerie meetings. E. K. GEIGER, W. P. ' w. aH. t.a tract, FUUBER, Atria . Phyrielaa. ORDER OP RAILWAY CONDUCTORS L FOR RENT FOR RENT FURNISHED fRAIfiKNAL HOUSES. a. furnished bouse 152 23rd St. Inquire 2301 Wash. Ave. R. Christensen. FOR SALE Six-roo- FOR RENT Furnished, 2686 son. Apply room or 5, First al Bank Bldg. .. Boa 416 Mil it ENT Clean furalshed rooma aim wun. laurougmy rabovated; also light housekeeping rooms. Ihe UHomal, 362 24lh gL Mra g. L Cnmn, 5tauagr. 573-27- Edison phonograph with concert horn and 36 new record 15. Smith Premier Typewriter in good condition, (12.00. Chambers Encyclopedia at your own price. Singer Sewing Mch. Co, 2338 Washington. a gioa. b tf P. 24th. r FIRST CUkSS ftirnlahad rooms. i51)h 'pnoin.-74II-X- , lee. rooms at the tu-- J ROBERTS. Secretary. R. P. O. ELK. noAdny xo-l- 22-I- R(nt JOS. SEVERN. Oollactur. O- - t An-nt-- . ee a Tii-c- . tin prini-luNorth Star Mining and Milling Co. WANTED A boy to na-lilusr eituration. must Ogden Principal place of bunines, foreman ,o Fisudard at 4 Apply Ciiy, Weber county, l ull. I. m. There are dellnqueui upon tba following described stock ou account of ice. aaaeianienL levied by the hoard of di- WANTED Twenty nu-- to harvi-Inquire Mountain lire company. Ogrectors of the North Star Mining and den river, opimeiie enoicu iuiIIk. or Milling Co., on October 23. liidn, the . J. 11. Carder, 437 WaMi. Bell seteral aniouuu set opposite the names of the respective tdiureUolders, as follows: exiiericm-eNo.ccrt. Shares. Ami. WANTED Sienugraphi-t'Name. and competent; uule nr fenwli-- . En(i.4I Chambers, F. W... lu 3, mm if quire at Heed office. b.41 Chambers, F. W... 11 S.Oiiu C.4S Chambers, F. W... 12 S.Otm S.4S ANY intelligent person may ears a Chambers, F. W... 13 3,000 income 0.4S good Chambers, F. W... 14 3,0uo corresponding for 023 .hi newspapers; so eanvasslug; Chambers, F. V... CD Send tor 4.83 3,800 unnecessary. Chambers, F. VV...122 Northern Press bysdl 900 1.2a particulars Compton, A. W...121 101 2.30 cate, Lockport, M. Y. 5,00o Curhy, A. V 117 30 .03 France, L H 76 SITUATIONS WANTED, MALE. 1.30 1,000 Gteaer. H. 8 112 10,250 G lexer, H. 8 15.38 A young Japanese atudrnt Ill 1.500 2.25 WANTED Sony, B. F wishes a situation tn a nice family ; 2.5(1 Tallman, W. U....108 6,000 119 .08 sages no object 11. li., care Stand50 Turner, 8. N ard. And In accordance with law and the I order of the board of directors, made flret-daaon the 25th day of October, 1905, so WANTED Position by bookkeeper and stenographer. Admany shares of each parcel of stock as dress li. A B. care Standard. may be necessary will be sold at the at 206 Eocles office of the secn-tary- , building, Ogden City, Vtah, on ThursFOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS. day, December 28, 1105, at 4 o'clock p. m. of aald day to pay tha delinquent assessment thereon, togetner FOR eSALK Hot bed frames and sash, tread mill with saw end aim the coat of advertising and belt; also small band printing press. sea of sale. 1769 Wash. ave. ' J. H. KNAUS8, Secretary. Office, 20C Eccles building, Ogden, FOR SALE Nearly new modern VicUtah. tor graphnplione; latent sounding I recward, together with 8U COUNTY FAIR MEETING NOTICE. ords and 25 arven-inerecords; cost of machine and records, f HR; will Tho annual m riding of the stocksell at once for 125. Call at 826 23d asholders of the Weber County Fair at., or phone Bell 412-X- . soc in t ion for the election of a board of directors will be held in the county FOR SALE Garland kitchen stove, commissioners' room at 1:30 p. m parlor rablnct, etc. 877 24th at. Bell Wednesday, January 1, 1900. 711-pbona THOS. ETHEllING, President. WILLIAM CRAIG, 8ocrelary. FOR SAMS- - Furniture complete of nine room bouse, fine home, electric light, telephone, bs.h and furnace SUBPOENAS SERVED. heat. Snap, must be cssh. House to rent to purchaser. Apply after , or Wm. G. Rockefeller Caught by tha p. m. or on Sundays. Bell 'Phone, 528k. Officers. - "6 ; AXT'KD A good :rl toi Filial! fuuiil). 51 G. 422 2Tlh. Moarem 2711 f r W Clerk. ROYAL ARCA !UM. Real and Acciarai ! y ' Portland, Ore., Dec. 26. Fifteen years ago Herbert C. Ewing, a prosperous and influential man, disappeared mysteriously from Sacramento, leaving a wife and two children. Today he la on a Southern Pacific train bound homeward in care of a brother, A. C. Ewing of Ynma, Aria., poor and broken In mental and physical health. Herbert C. Ewing came to this city shout twelve years ago and engaged In the contracting business. Later he interested b mseif in politics and was appointed to the police department of the ci:v. He served the until a year or so ago, when he was dismissed. His health was such that he could do no work and when a friend of bla brother who visited the Lewis St Clark axopaidon, happened npon him he was la a pitiful condition. F. C. Ewing wis told of Ms brother's plight and cams here to care for him. What caused Ewing to leave Sacramento cannot be learned. Every effort to trecw him proved futile and believing him dead his wif married Aea,' in easing hums ui sauthti, MARfR CRITES. Public. nn - MALE HELP. WANTED. ex-pe-n lO-T- lt INgURANCK. 18 lot upelatl OrslA meets every Aloday eight M I Vial (lag office of EA autn th. afteniMin of the the 2su of each First National Bank ANNA L ADAMS, U. N. 3652 Bldg. LUeoln Clean jiI, Prenatg and R 15? XskA SL Women of WoodcreT, Ogdaa Am emck. Odd Fellow a Neigabura iuvlied. Dues can be paid t WHEELWRIGHT CONSTRUCTION and Co. Eatlmaiee funnsned oa eacar-atia1 Cair. 12-: .4 Grant. lm Ia n W'TED A ',, nn);riiti r, svwer aad water pipe layirg; uniat have had xpenrui-eun m-remeal buiMing aud bridge work. '.uiii-earned lull m Su mined FOR HOUSEKEEPING-Perr- y's 1467 6 Waahiugtaa Ave. IWiwtt-:i u,i jim gt.. ou Into. Washington A i. OF SALE OF DELINQUENT STOCK. tracks, and though, according to our Ideas of taste, we should not give yellow sleeves to a bright red Jacket and wear this over a green frock, I must aay that somehow or other tt looks all right there and relieves tha monotony ef the sempiternal white garments. The U. New York, Dee. 27. William facea of the children are whitened with chalk, and tha hair la oiled aud parted Rockefeller, son of William RockefelyesiPiday, In the middle, plastered down and tied ler, was, it waa learned Into one or two small pigtails. Corn-bil-l. nerved Christmas eve with a subpoena to appear at a hearing In the case of the State of Misaonrl f gains! the Standard Oil company at the offers Laak I'p Whea Bpraktaff. of Henry Wollman here, January Cth. as much aa you Christmas "I don't talk half day I a legal service day, do," said the preacher to the lawyer, though moat holiday are not proper "yet your voice holds out twice as long service time for subpoenas. The seraa mine. Why la It? vice was made aa Mr. Rockefeller waa Tba lawyer said he couldn't tell. stepping Into hia automobile In front "Tha difference Iu the position of of bis residence. Edward T. Bedford, also one of lbs your head when yon are talking explains It, said the elocutionist. "A directors of the Standard Oil company, waa served with a subpoena In the preacher looks down npon bla congre- same proceedings. gation, a lawyer looks up to the judge. Wollman, New .York counsel That drooping of tha baad cramps. the forHenry State of Missouri, In the prothe vocal cords and makes the preacher's be that ceedings, said yesterday voice, more difficult to preserve than thought some of the Slandard Oil im-that Of any other professional man. were attempting to evade service. 'They are making it very difficult l'asr DIsaSvMlascs. for ua, he said, but we are succeedLook your disadvantages squarely In ing steadily. We have already served the face and see wbat yon can maka seven. The hearing will begin January out of them, and instead of complain- 5th and Attorney General Hadley and I will take the testimony of all the witing that you have not the right tools usa nesses wc get by that time, and then well the tools you hara. - Go forward adjourn from time to time to Into a new battle and on to victory aa we will get all of them. It Is probable that been never a bad failure there though we will give notices to take depositions in all your life. Woman' Life. In some of the neighboring states where some of them are now residing AttmpM IasInhL temporarily. f Jones Wbat'a the difference between stinginess and economy ? Brown AFTER FIFTEEN YEARSStinginess is habitual economy; economy b spasmodic sllnginesL Tom Man Located Who Mysteriously DisapWatson's Magazine. peared From Sacramento. Wens Girl HtkP Uij!1 fail: S.IHI'. NYK. J. R B PAINE, (Signed) Y. H. EMMETT. MAX DAVIDSON, A. H. MOVES. Board of EqualltaMun and Rev ten. First publication, Dec. 21, lfldS. Last publication. Doc. 30, 1003. NOTICE ' Waato 61. 6-- EASTMAJ. Clerk. 2234 Ingum TAILORS. in,4i: ik.ui suit U'.i:d au.l AfiDIE CLARK. G. N. N 12-1- FEMALE . public inspection. , Sharks are rather delicate in captivity, aud it la diftleulty to keep them In aiiuarluuiK. Whatever care may lie bestowed upon them they do nut seem to be able to stand confinement, how-- i ever large the tank or pool may be. In captivity sharks swim round and round the tank, uine times out of ten taking one course aud never reversing. A shark has been known to keep its course for tbrt or four months without change aud, except for food, never halting, so far as it was observed. It would keep going all day kiug and would be found going In the morning just the same. If food was placed In s iu way, It would atop fur several aud eat, remalulug beaded tlia aame way. Presently it would atari ou again in the same direction ou its rounds, moving slowly unless disturbed. ' . U-LR- Safest and bei. Insures mea foe ,li -t n. 40', 24ih Sl k ,wo or three theukaud eollaraL fund 'WEWcy Thite Million FOli I.i.ni' i.UIkil. are, upward neerly REAL ESTATE. light housethouw of thlrtv-oa31HU. 12 2u-tkcip.. and death claims paid. iiu-jatiBte I over Uca! aluety nitllloa doTars; meosbem Iamcb sad Insurance. FOR Ki.'N C3u JelfetMiu, 2 furui-h-eover Km ship Three list of busim-sHundred TIohmiI aud reideace In1 4XT. i.et No Mouse to rent. Room 45 Rocky laountam Couneil, tKL.k, puuiry aud tf Kirt s:iuual liauk Uuildlug. Frank meeie eecoad aud fuuril: Iriday toga at A. U. W. Hall over Horn B. errteh- ell a store. Visiting broihers cordially FOR KENTfront room tor ite in. lied. two x- - i.:. hi siiu or without CONTRACTORS gihid AND SUILDERS. board. iM nib Si. EMERSON, if. LAlll if : neighbor, cordially invited. MRS. KUOMb FURNISHED liL'M 111 : 1 any emirs iu said tax i The livis of the proper.' .ir the upeetal taxes levied j Ma'e.l will be in the hand? u Ward during the lime amd im. GENT ... im--t i ADVERT iSEh.L N k Ol THIS PAGE COST PER CE Ck-'sWORD I OR EA.h lc.ATION NO FIRST INoc.rtTic'N LESS THAN 2b CENT. ADVER TISEMENTS ML Bt PAID IN ADVANCE, EK.EPTg BUSINESS HOUSES dlNNiNG OPEN EOOri ACCOUNTS WITH US. I sa,d. T kuew you'd say 1 came away that. Every one ilm-- . aud left him puzzled enough, aud 1 ditilit If lie's found out yet what tlw matter was. harks Dellrale la Captivity. ! m. IO. i LA BE 1 L Jem Aiioe ! 12 10 . n:-'i- practical nurse. ! - Mas.u Dreyar, C. of r.e Prout, recorder; Jama iiar' v;i l'li Vi'Tlt'AL M'KFE Call at 2113 Au., or plume b85 y Bell l : i JC. If lu.k.lJ r..t :,:.r,i!:a .ntu.n Ti ir:; yru. ..-- he In aeuslon. ' t. poiiah- J l'i!, of sijl.kt.i.i tall ui U free h through die Exanuiiri-S'di- i .irj want ads. You a!wa- - get your moneys worth in thcc column. WE KFACH THE PEOPLE ai,ac. 1 your t.ur.- - By making 1 hvt Krtttcu Luia Pierrsa u:l ku! U of repair work, n.a1.-m.ikii:.. i n uu.t. und rciu.Mr.i Luitcier. Vikiuag aiMiuiMwa cmrdosiip llitlM. N i.i. kc ii'i! tifiay; jivici-WOMEN OF WOO DC LA FT. with Ht'.xii K.inii: me to,: u.-- o !i ,if rfi'.'vucv from Otiiiiii fiego Lily Circle, Na. 174. meets evil prompt a: hecoiid and fourth Friday alghl IU'UiuilI A l'.iukci'a. ltoUl ery '(. st 7:3d, in K. of F. HalL Vlaittog Q'J..,I I uL-- o - :i.j pi.'.in'..' . i.a f.o!1., Aieeu evary Vteunuay evsiunu U You Ever Stop to Ttunk 6 oc'.jck at A l W- aslL Jam ui.i furniture 1ikk j UMKc jiMiV I m 1 il:,1 il ii: i. iS I a's.li "lla! n RmI Lessee. pouter t)!d you gi.u any thing horses list year? Bporter-T- e; CiAed enough experience to teach ; to bat on them thla year. iHtiiv'sl 11 - n groan. d 1 his brother AN-l.'Vain, he said at once. oep-arote- d ' !: - - Effective. "Tut do yon regard 28. Did Xu'iv tn J Mug-rapb- v Karras Ckllirea. Treat. The children of Korea are extremely A trout is a trout from the la It day bore, but not until it gets into the quaint and pretty, especially when only ocean is n salmon a salmon. While it d few years old. At New Yeari they dressed np In brand new Brea In n river it la n On the are generally western coast August and September ire the months for the principal run of salmon. Early fall b the season for eastern trout, folio wed by the German bown and Loch Leven In the late fall. Winter and early spring are the era-so- n for rainbow trout and along In February cornea the eastern brook trout which Is followed by lake trout ud myklao, commonly known as cutt- llClIMRER l NOTiCE . ed gnat an artist as designed his own frames, and not a few New York painters design and make their own. There is one Boston srtist.who began by making his own frame after hia own designs, and hia effecta were no artistic that several of his colleagues in that city begged He him to make frames for them. consented to do this in a few cases, util the fame of hia work spread abroad, and aa n twault ha received so many orders that he set up a frame puking ihop of hia own. MOKNINO, LEGAL s WBiy wyae." Artists ss Fraa.r Makers. J .The frame for the picture is Always a sore Question with the average artist. and K say au of them will confess to. Most gny.frsme maker testify itli-ou how painters have definite thair canraaea should be framed, but vbm h cornea to ordering aud paying for them, that la another matter. As TIllRSDAY UTAH, OGDEN, s -- Alma-Tadem- EXAMINER: Lot Tekns. rui't IT will MORNING FOR RENT a v. w. Fidelity Ledge No. I, A O. U. W He eta In JL O. U. W, Hell every VltlliLg brethera inevening. Jeffer. vited. Nation- PIANOS. let-nrda- JAMES H. MLATTGHL1N, M. W. WALTER RICHKY, Recorder. W. N. PEIRCE. Flaanci r. MASONIC FOR BALE Young driving horse, sound and gentle, a Imrgsln at FOR RENT Upright piano, 12-- 2634 Maaonln llall. over 2(18 WashingGranL lm (65.00. Good sorry harm-sat 110. ton Avs, Ogden. Utah. Heavy buggy, suitable for light deMONEY TO LOAN. livery, 820.00. Cutter, good as new, Uures Esther Chaptar Na 4, O. K. (1 2.f0 Inquire for Slng.-- r outfit t Masoais tal I MONET TO LOAN J. J BKUMUITT. 6. Regular Dieetlogs Nelson A Fell's 8tables. Hall tha first and third Fridays of each month. Cojournltig b mbera omdlally FOR SALE Wood n bedstead and MONET TO LOAN on farm and invited to attend. and heater HUNTER real citato. at large A cheap, springs, city EUNICE C. GORDON. W. M. UU 22nd SL KENNEDY, Koom 4 First Natl LILLIB IIAL8TKAC, Ceeretovy. Bank Building. SALE! Seven FOR thoroughbred ODD FELLOW BUSINESS CHANCES. white Wyandotte Pullets and 1 Eleven 8. Cockerel. thoroughbred OlOgden Lodge Na 5. C. W. Mghorna. Seventeen 8. C. W. FOR SALE Good paying saloon busiMeets ia L O. (if Odd yellows. der some ness. Apply 260 241b SL canned trull, Leghorn s, also b. F. Hall every Tuevday avaolag. and first class Blue Flame oil stov. Vial Lag brother eordlaliy laviled to street It WANTED TO BUY. be present. J. FURRY. Noble Grand. FOR SALE Hand-mad- e violin, cheap. HEN UK KISSEL, Secretary. Ublea Port 122 WANTED wasted, 12 6 lm 2209 Adams. 25th street Junction City Lodge No. 88, IndeOdd Fellows, meats FOR SALE Latest Improved furnace pendent OrderF. of1111 WANTED MISCELLANEOUS. O. every Thursday with connection pipe Inquire of in L IL W. G william fur information. evening. VLJUag brothera cordially WANTED white at the Clean, rags 114tf iiivtwd to be preaeat Standard office bune. n. o. jab. WALTER RICHEY, Secretary. FOR FALK Good paying hkolaria LUST. Apply Ul 26th 8L Queen City Rebrkab Ldge Na 4, r. Meets first and third LOST At Utahna theater, a ladye L. O. black band satchel containing check Saturday evaalage at Odd Allow remainbis children and to spend hi on Wright's street Visiting store. Return to Hall. Tweaty-tourting days with them at the California Wright's and receive reward. members Invited. capital. MRS- C. ZIMMERMAN, Noble Oraad. MRS. E MEID. Secy. 718 23rd SI. THE LEAFGREEN CASE. PROFESSIONAL FRATERNAL BROTHEKHOOu St. Louis. Dec. 26. City Detective Ogden Lodgi Na 111, T. F. B. mews Atorney-at-La- w Gratiot Cabanne waa the principal witand third Fridays at I p. m. la ( Bret Eccisa Bldg. ness today in the probate court In the C. C. KlCilAKDd. F. HalL VbdUag members ear O. suit of Mrs. Mary Leafgrsen for one-ha- CHARLEM STOUT, invited. First Nil Bank Bldg di'ally of the estate of 5bh,Q04 of the NEIJ.IE RI TIEDGE. PrrsIdcaL late Laclede J. Howard of San Fran- JOSEPH CHEZ, CORAL J. T f LER. Sicre'ary. " D MIRPHY. in Trrawrer cisco, whom she aaya she nnrrir-R. T. MIIJ-EKthat DiSli. ttib-Mr. Leafgre-on was a Cabanne pa..ter-gfTHE OF Detective KNIGHTS MACCABEES, Dentists a suburban car on which she wj ridrecogmet when Howard anl she ing Silver Tent Na 1, meets first and nized him as her hpsbaad. DR. D N SMITH, 1st Nat Bak. Bldg. third Friday evening at. 8 o'clock, la on the white Cabanne testified that K. of P. Hall VDlting Knights corcar he saw a man whom, he took to ba dially Inrited. at Uuaicians look Laclede J. Howard turn and F. M. COCHRANE, Ovmmaader. Oireciory he ". HARRIS. Record Keeper. Mrs. Leafgreen several time, and J. thought a fllrttaloa was in progress, Plano TunGROJE H. MR. A. Expert He and watched the two with interest. Teat, Ka 24, meets th se er and Repairer. With Barne s Music endOgden bd fourth Wednesday evening said, however, that he was not absoluHouse Blk. Grand store. Opera F. HalL at I o'clock sharp. In L O. tely rare that the man war Howard. visiting Kb If fits cordially Invited to voncert MRS. BLABDEL, romplulste, attend. Women love a elar. hai h J. w. H4LRKT. Commander. Pure Mood makei, i. Itiir j teacher bf piaau. No. .(i.-- Adam plex.on. drK-F. F. BOND. Record Xrefor. Blood Biwers niakes pure blood j s Wasatch Diriabm Na 114, O 1 C, accuad aid fourth Friday at 1:80 p. m. la K of P. HalL eoraar Washington avraue aad 84lh strosL All brothera are cordially Inrited to attend. P. W. PERRINOTON, C O. L, SO? L1C, a aad T. meeto a ORDER OP WASHINGTON. Ugdea Ua'oa. Na 178, Order of ovary Tuesday Washington, evening at I u'citck ia A. O. U. ff. lialL Vlalt'sg comrades Inrited to attend. WM. DOYLE, Frealdrat WALTER RICHEY, 8 verstary. tf 829-26t- h o a FOREhTEHa UP AMERICA. Court Wasatch No 2. Foresters of F. Hill 24th America Meets I. O. street, first and Udrd Wednesday evenings of each monta rt 7:29. O. W. llAIJIEY, C. P. A GARNER. Recretary. a a 1HL UNiUN FhATEKAAL LEAGUE. The Union Fiatoraal Leoxua, Utah Assembly, N 222. meat la the third Mow-dEagles' hall every first aid a of each month, at 8 o'clock. M. F. CRITES. Speaker. LEA 51. ALLEN. Treasurer. Sure W. H. ALLEN, Tierk. 9-- a h - a lf j n . a The Christmas Spirit Is Abroad to Isn't It a io the bousev.-iveknow that daring ih C'jrlsimai Holidays they can aiuld the troubles of waah day liy sending their household linens to na tu be laundered? If you hsve not been doing so try It this week. You wid be so well pleased von will resolve to allow ua to banish Bine Monday" from your home. s Ogden Steam Laundry Phones - 437 TWENTY-FIFT- 174. STREET.