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A' Li tET3. RAND j i - !i. At tier homi'. ,V' S.'tan Piiilp. uf d:o;'ki uod itae debd.ty. age 72 )ta.a Fur.eiai at Lliiiquifcl chapu. 1 j a. Sunday. D As.cnatian. S. ALEXANDER CHANT, Rea. big:. . TONIGHT te s c:. -- l.we i:i!hoa, lute anl Dip-Ltli.'- petition. a gro 1 show. A heart Alssy itory. rare in thought. action and 'a:-v'ir.ee. A wonderful play. A (co.i cast emlteliia.ied by the moor b atitunl and startling scenic el j The ?EE Fscape on the Moving Freight Tr.tln tiftl Southern Home. T'ie B The I nlQ'ie Character, "Weary W'.l'ie." t tie. PRKKd UTAltNA 50c. and Kao 1 HEATER TONIGHT HER BITTER PRICES 34 10, 20, Me. IF YOU WOULD BE GRACEFUL Learn to Skate j Foreman of Car Repairs Said Warned the Man of tha Approaching Danger. Ha la Jealous, but Otherwise Not of Bad Tampere.nent Had Laugh en ths Court. fa COMPANY Orson Smith, at Logan, was in Ogden yesterday, for a short stopover, walls on his way to San Francisco, and Los Angeles. Smith owns vain-abl- e properties in Manhattan and Goldfield and la one of the many who have mad fortunes in Nevada in comparatively short times. That piaoer mining la deatlnad to become one of the moat productive Industries of the new mining camps is, la .Smith's opinion. a demonstrated fact. On aceouut of the formation that exists In many of the richest mines of the state it ia practical to work dirt and soft rock whh handsome returns, by means of a rtresra of water. On the Phoenls and Mohawk propertiei, In which Mr. 8mlth is heavily Interested, placer mining will he attempted on a large scale. The recent derision handed down by Judge Marshall of the supreme court, in which be dealL a damaging blow to the smelter Industry of the stete by derlaring thst smelters would not be permitted to smelt, ores more than 10 per cent sulphur, unless the fumes from the ovens could be reduced to harmless smoke, Is not expected to effect In any way the local plant Preparations are being made to proceed with the smelting of ores, on the plana originally outlined by the directors of the company. As the T might IN SALTLAKE Clean Yeung Man Thirty-Tw- o ed Stitches more. With fifteen districts early this morning 2,000, and when the additional district are reported the pluralities will well to 3,500. Taking from this tha 1.000 majority at the Amertkearna in the city, it will leave 1.5o0 to the good for the Republican!. The lowest man on the ticket will got fall below 1.2 00. and the highest man will have nearly 2.000 votes to the good. Of the county officers, Jack Uroee-beck- , for treasurer, seems to have headed the list, running ahead of his ticket la almost every dletrlcL The total vote on county officers, minus the legislature. Is as follows, from twenty-eigh- t district outside of the city: Commissioners, Long Term. 3.12$ Clinton, Republican 1,163 Clark, Democrat 1,085 Jocobsnn, Amerlyearas A REPUTATION. I ! d. In A good reputation Is not easily earned and It was only by bard, consistent worit among onr citlsens that Doana Kidney Plila won their way to the proud distinction attained In this lo- cality. The public endorsement yt unreported the Republican county ticket ia shown to have carried the country districts by at least Plac- and Rstainsd Ogdsn. uu gan to believe that the Kearns ticket had been elected, derailed at every turn by tbe leaders at Amenkearns party headquarters who were either too ashamed or afraid to acknowledge defeat, they clang to the hope that at least one man on the ticket had bees saved from the wreck. Yeeterdey afternoon a rumor we started from the Cullen hotel that Turn Pitt had defeated C. Frank Emery for sheriff, and ao confident were auiue persons that they tiegan to figure on a ho hia deputies would be. The actual result, as shows by the return published In this paper yesterday, waa that the Republicans had carried the county by at least l.Mil and possibly In Hie Scalp. Mads the elect iou in Salt Lake the Republicounty of every wan can ticket, allh the exception of Justice of the peaoe aud constable In Salt Lake precinct, the rank sad file of the Amertkeania parly were dated at the result. Led b ibelr party or- tt How It Waa fee tne Republican Swcap , County Candidates. Following NT CAfcTYS KAIROW ESCAPE 1.862 Clinton's plurality Commissioners, 'Short Term. 3,180 CoHgriff, Republican 1,365 Quillen, Democrat Weeterfield. Amerlkeann 1,121 Coagriff s plurality Eldredge, 1,865 County Clerk, Republican ......... .2.220 Scare, Democrat Christensen, Amerikearns' 1,160 Eldredgea plurality 3,070 1,128 Sheriff, Emery, Republican Howells, Democrat 11 tt, Amerikearns V. .1,25$ ,..,,1.152 .............1,168 Emery's plurality Treasurer. Groesbeck, Republican ' Young, Democrat Edmunds, Amerikearns 2,080 Groesbeck's plurality 2,801 3.418 1,117 1,072 Attorney. Hanson, Republican Snow, Democrat Weber, Amerikearns 3,182 1,123 1.383 Hanson's plurality 2,000 Recorder. Perkins, Republican Moyle, Democrat Cohen, Amerikearns 2,187 I,2i6 1,137 Perkins' plurality 1,881 Assessor, Brown, Republican Lynch, Democrat Quinn, Amerlkenrns 3.231 1,251 1,188 Brown's plurality 1,880 Higlnbotham, Republican Brothers, Democrat Mercer, Amerikearra 3,257 1,134 1.033 Auditor, Hlglnbotham's plurality ..... .. .2,123 Surveyor, Seensnn, Republican Bacon, Democrat Wight, Amerikearns 8,342 1,077 1,120 Swenson's plura'Ky 2,222 YOUNG MAN IS INSANE. He Annoyed Miss Margaret Anglin, the Actress. New York, Nov. S. Alfred Freund, a young man from Ht. Loula, who was arrested on October 12th last, charged with annoying Miss Margaret Anglin, the actress, was adjudged insane by a sheriff's Jury yesterday, and a committee will be appointed to take charge of his estate add person. Besldea the medical expert put on tha stand, several peraona stated that Freund had for tbe last two yean followed Mias Anglin shunt tbe country. Freund ie 30 yesra at age and the son of the late Sigmund Freund, a department store proprletoi of St. Louis. HARAHANS STATEMENT. Changes en the linois Central, of There Will Be No Il- cores of Ogden residents has renJor-eInvaluable service te the commuNew York, Nov 8. J. T. Harohan nity. Read whs I this cltlsen says: George Hartley of 230$ Adams ave., president of the Illinois Central road, aid today thst thre would be no Mn. Hartley Ogden. Utah, says: has used Doans Kidney Pills with change In tbe operating methods of road as consequence of hie elecgreat success in tbs treatment of kid- the ney complaint and backaeha. Upon tion. He added irut the road would the advice of a friend we procured this continue tta preset amicable relaremedy at W. S. Badeon'a drug atom tions with all connecting lines and and in a abort time we found that would not prefer any of these over, Doan's Kidney Pills lived up to the the others. Tbe president's office will representations made for them In ev- be in Chloago. ery particular. We can recommend them as the bast kidney remedy we COUNT WITTE TO DIE. ever knew of and believe that Uw A re port was In will do mors for that trouble than anyMoscow. Nov. circulation here today that the league thing else procurable." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 to combat the revolution, to which tbe Co., cents Foster-MUbur-n Buffalo, murder of Deputy Hersensteln in FinNew York, so.e agent for the United land last summer, baa been ascribed, applied to smelters operated in rich fanning districts. It la not expected that any difficulty will he experienced by the local comGRAPHS AND RECORDS, pany is reducing ores of any per cent of sulphur. The plant la situated on Clark, Horrocka' Fishing Tackle, Stall and Dean Athletic Goodai the old lake bottom, a dreary waste of land entirely cut off from farming Phonographs Sold en Easy Terms. 351 24th St. land, and the general MDw of wind bears the smoke from the ovens NSB3B3 away from a narrow atrip of land near the base of the mountain, DEMOCRATS ELECTED IN OHIO. which constitute! the only cultivated Toledo, Ohio. Nov. 7. Complete land within miles at the plant returns show Sherwood, Demo-e-i.t!- c Manager Radish Is In Nevada buyin dependent candidate for con-I- n ing area for the amelter and ie not the Ninth Ohio district to expected back until he has contracted Siaies. 'I !,,.rallTy over E. G. McClellan. for heavy shipments from the new Remember the name Doan's Repu Micm( take no othor. mining camps. decision la&e-war- the Jrand At d g Wholesale and Retail SPORTING GOODS. Jobbers of EDISON PHONO- ii V:Ii'ai,: ll.iri'i-.-- O- -i 'll,- - U. Jl, i ! ti-'- Tiv.j-iip.ii d y Sevir Martin .leusea. duiunitt-- W, D. Su'.iuu. TUnle Andrew U. Bcnseu. I'iuish John 51. Duvls. 1'ifch C. P. WruifsU, Josoph Jack-ou- . lr. H, B. Bower aud George A. He had sentenced tbe former premier. and Count Witte, to death in the event of hie return to Russia. Self-Risin- r or B. B. B. g 1 Hoar 'a i Iraki's I'or Muttintt For Boston Brown Bread For Plain Pudding All Grocers. ALLEN'S B. B. B. FLOUR CO. Hour Wasatch John K. Austin. CumL Factory, San Jose, CaL Washington Thus.P.Cottam. iDeml ne Heber J. Wilsou Wey Eastern Factory, Little Wolf MUM, Weber Georgs A. Fuller. Harvey Maaawa. Wia. P. Raudall. G sorgo S. Ltoau and Ru- Crawling under a freight car wn a in the Southern Pactflu railroad yards ai 8:4.' c.'iWk yesterday morning. a Greek car repairer's helper uauted Geo. Dupes, egad 46 years, we thro a under the wheals and received Injuries from which he died two hour tier. According to the story of Gang Foreman Jenktna, In charge of mmw palrare. he had wanted all at the utea umbering eight, to get from under the cars aa yard engine No. 11 M. in charge of Engineer Murphy and Fireman William, waa then hacking down on tha track. All of fh men hurriedly orawb--d assy from the can, and climbed on to the platform nut sing aVonglde. Dupes. according to the foremen, waa among those who obeyed the warning. For some unknown reason, but supposedly to recover n tool Ml under fh car. Dopes crawled back again, and the engine, hitting the cut at freight care, caused the one under which Dupe had c raw lad to roll over him. crushing hia chest and mashing one arm. Bleeding profusely, the injured man waa tenderly lifted from the ground and laid on the pisiform. The South-er- a Pacific hospital ambulance was then called, but Dupes died two minutes after ft had arrived at tha spot. The body waa removed .to Ritchie's undertaking establishment. Dupaa leaves a widow and family In hia native land. He lived with other Greek In a ear forming part of a construction train In the Southern Pacific yards. rerair track j Steam Laundry GOODS nr:. (fa Janies ,h Dtmiei Wes: on Kali lJike--H.T- j s Jokepti. Harry Kti'vurou. William vte.Ml'.lan. llrig-(iin i'N'SK. NVyhi t". K. Marks. Daniel Mi'Kue Join, Q. t'llichiow, p. Richards. John 51. 51111s. iiv;oii Ba i Juan Kiimeu Jones. dUcpcte- - U. I tortus and P. P. Byr-io- md . "The Convicts Daughter An amusing incident - SPOxllNS JSK !!irju;i S'vy. x WAS UNDER A CAR WHEN A SWITCH ENGINE MOVED IT. -- P'OluHr Imi HIM John McCarty, traveling conductor of the Southern Pacific, has returned from Bparks, Nev., where he has been with his sun, Brakeman John McCarty, who waa Injured in tha wreck at Bum-milast Saturday, and who la now la the railroad hospital. Mr. McCarty stated that hia son was setting the brakes on the train when the wreck occurred. When the can tipped over he waa thrown down cliff fifty feet every afternoon and evanlng ex and might have fallen 150 feet. cept Sundays. He sustained serious scalp wounds, but was not rendered unconscious. Grand March at 0:10 p. m. Young McCartys pluck was remarkto Blaine Bynder was injured whjle able. Tbe young man walked back tbe telegraph station at Summit to flag PRICES: skating Wednesday afternoon. other trains. At soon as he informed Afternoon Admission, 10c. the operator of the wreck he fainted. reElder Herman Westbroek. Just Evenings, 15c. Tbe wife of too operator baadaged In will turned from a mission, speak hia head in 1 enveloped in a sheet tomorthe Fifth Ward meeting house, m bleeding to death bin and kept row evening: The Hollanders of the of a doctor. arrival the awaiting ward will he out In force. At the company hospital at Sparks it waa found necessary fat take thirty-tw- o United States Senator William A. stitches In hia scalp and nine Clark of Montana, who recently re- stitches in tbe chin. turned from Europe, passed through man's Mrs. McCarty, tbe young Ogden yesterday on a tour of inspec- mother, haa gone to Sparks to remain In hie the southwest. with him until be Jeeves for home. tion of properties After stopping at Beatty and Bullfrog. Los Angeles and Nevada, he will go to TWO CA ES DISMISSED la.er to his United Verde Copper propertiei at Jerome, Arisons. WJI liars McManus and Laurlts Farad Not Guilty. flooding has been elected governor of Idaho and Dubois has been defeated Tbe case of the State of Utah va. for redaction to the United States William McManus, charged with adulsenate. tery, was dismissed In the district court yerterday morning. EXCURSION. VISITORS HOME The nora you look at the claaa of - The case of the State of Utah va. Laurlts Faroe, charged with assault sundry work turned out by this estabVia Union Pacific. with intent to commit murder, was Nov. 20 and Dec. IB. lishment the more certain we are that Round trip first class tickets to Den- also dismissed. Fane Isofalleged to a young you will continue to favor us with attempted the life ver, Colorado Springs, Pueblo, $13.75; have summer. It last man the in canyon SL Kansas $33.00; Joe, City, your orders, for our prices are sell Omaha, St. waa shown at tbe time of the arrest SL Loula, $33.60; Minneapolis, bewithin the reach of everyone. there had been some trouble Paul, $41.60; Chicago, $44.50. Equally that Ask for our new rates on family low round trip rates to hundred! of tween Faroe and hia victim. other points west of Chicago. Tickets washing. They will Interest you. FRENCH VIEW OP ELECTION. good to return within sixty-- days from date of ssle. Stopovers allowed. ReParis, Nov. $. The papers this mornmember, the famous Overland Limited Ogden Liming comment at' length on tbe result and the new Los Angeles-Chlcag- o The of the election In New York. 'Phones 174. 437 36th BL ited, only 40 hours to Chicago. For further particulars see A. B. Moseley, Figaro regardsforthe outcome as a perPresident Roosevelt. victory traveling passenger agent, Ogden, sonal LHumanlte ill dares thst Socialism Utah. alone will benefit from the enormous revolutionary movement against capital and tbe Journal says the Repub5M:IUC DF OSES lican party will be disillusionised and for the obthat the time Is now Plant Near Ogdan Not Affected by struction of reforms. past Decision. Marshall's i an li:lU.'! BOND Pai-teno- At .it I'ij'.e m Eatinx Saturday ' il .1 l.i i K:iii occurred In police court yesterday, wliile Judge Murphy mas hearing 'evidence In the case of the State vs. Henry OertU-- . charged sith threatening to kill Uw. Thurston of Huntsville. The court, for a time, was completely ignation uf Joseph Stanford. and his dignity was rudely ruffled by K. A. Grant, manager of the Grand the familiarity of a man who vas beOpei a House, has been esntined to his ing led through the corridor, prior to bed the Inst few days, with n severe being Jailed. It was while a witness occupied the cold. His illness Is not serious and he expects to be up nud about in a few Cialr. aud all ayes and the attention uf everybody In the court room were days. centered on him, that R. A. Ucl'uuuell At a A. M. Avery of Indianapolis, ind., interrupted the proceedings. will remove short 'y io this city and time when the prosecuting attorney will establish a large auction house was forming a new question, and the room was unusually quiet. McConnell on one of the downtown streets. opened the door leadiug into the room, Wiseman Hvana, aged 23 years, and and, beckuning excitedly to Murphy, Mollle Webb, aged 22. both of this yelled: John D. Murphy, cuius hen:, city, were granted a marriage license sir."Say, 1 want to tell you that 1 am no yesterday. But further utterance sponger. 1 Burn, to the wife of John H. Wheel- was cut off by the arrival of an offwho took McConnell away. wright, 2457 Quincy, a boy. All well. icerThe Judge was some time in colK. C. Manson, superintendent of the lecting hia shaken dignity and assumlocal division of the Southern Pacific ing a court expression, end the specabrupt unroad, will return today fro it Oak- tators simply roared atiffthe McConnell. ceremonious entrance land. After hearing the evidence introducD. R. Gray, district freight agent of ed by defendant s counsel, which was the Union Pacific railroad, with head- mainly concerning his good character. Murphy placed Oertley under quarters at Balt Laka City, was in the Judge bonds of $500. peace city today on business for the road. It waa demonstrated that ordinarily DIED Raymond Matthew Wild, two Oertley la a quiet man, but somewhat That ha did weeka-ol- d of Mr. and Mrs. Mat- Inclined to ha Jealous. thew Wild. Jr. Funerai services will threaten the life of Thurston and Mlaa Marla Evana and declare he would n be held from the realdenoe, S3G and avenue, Saturday afternoon, at commit suicide, there la no doubt,went the preponderance of evidence 2 o'clock. to prove the gist of the eomplainL In giving hia decision the court statUnited Stales Marsha Spry la in Ogden yesterday from Salt Laka, where ed that he did not think. Oertley danhe reporta there is great rejoicing gerous when out iff the influence at Miss Evans, of whom ho evidently over the Republican victory. thinks much. In the case uf .the State vs. Burrage, T. F. Brennan, advance agent of the Lion and the Mouse" company, is in the defendant was fined $5 and costs. C. N. the city arranging fur the production The action waa brought by Waugsgaard of Huntsville, who mainof the play In ths Grand. tained that Burrage disturbed his It ia estimated the American party peace and quiet. Owing to the numpeople lost $50,000 on election beta ber of witnesses and their frequent in Salt Lake City. Tom Kearns was visits to the court room, costs in the case amounted to nearly $70. one of the heavy loser. e. K::u-r- UNDER , Commlaaloner Wilson, uf the Board of County CummUalonere. went to Salt Lake City on private buslces. It Is understood that he may oonft-- r with Gov. Cutler as to the appointment of n successor to the position on the board made vacant by the recent res- . 5 : F. E. 8:on of the Kncky Mounulu Bell Telephone company. left yesterday with hia family fur Rika. Ne.. wnere he goes to assume trie uisu-- : ageuent of the exchange there. The CcBv?cts D Ehlerw i. novlmp.kk K.i,tr I'illuTd Moi gun Janie Henry Royal, HO 50 Adaiu. hat gone to Oak.and. from where he COMPELS will go to Sacranin;o i pend the JUDGETO MURPHY KEEP THE PEACE. winter. ONE NIGHT ONLY uiuat powE. R. Salter pruK-nier v.l u loiirama of ii;e aay, In five moiimxu, JjUiLLi ii. I)XD liOU E OPERA iectiin Norths:tsrn Theatrical n;;iY Utah. uiMES. dolph K nobler. HOLD-U- P Second Hand Store BY BANDITS. The JUMBLE buys, Bella er Panama. Nov. 6. A United Slates sny aid thing" ("blue exone, 2100 army wagoa carrying a number of the cepted) and meat nev engineering corps, was held up last Wash. Haila, 1144 ulgbt by bandits near Guanajay. Upoa STORE. learning ths wagon oontalasd sol- NEVADA SECOND-HANWe buy and sell ell kinds ef sets diers the bandits vanished into the woods before the men could fire. Ru- end e send band geeda, Call ee pbene ral guards have been ordered te pur- Weefcer 4 Haynea, Props. IIS fbtfe SL Phensq led, SIS. sue and capture the haudlta. PAUL ZIEOENHIRT Seeand-Han- d Store, If ms bava anything te ss4l ee boy ee phene 1878 te 187S Waeifa Ave, eq NsH SfeS-k- . lad. STS. N, A. DRNKERS Will pay tbe highest price fee eeeend-ben- d fxrnituro and sail to the pxbll to eh sees st. MIS Grans Ave, Dell Ind. 880, Phene 887-- llAKrsTrtErnurp k. 7b Bo Perfect C. J. HERRICK 4 OO, Sxeaaaaero to N. i. WbNax ring yenr geode here If yw want te sell them. Call ero N you want SMI Wash Ava, Ml Phene buy. tip. lad. 4ST. - m UTAH LEGISLATURE Hera la Complete List sf the Lawmaker of Utah. Appended Is a complete list of the next Legislature, save the names at tha Representatives from Grand and Kane ooumies. It la knows, however, that the Republicans elected their representatives in those count!. Here is the list of Utah's law makers: Sonata. First district, Tooele and Boa Elder counties Peter Clegg. Republican, Overcoats and Suits hulduver. Second district. Cache county- - Hen schel Bullen, Jr., Republican. Third district, Duvls. Morgan aud Rich counties Wesley K. Walton, Republican, holdover. Fourth district, Weber county C.R. Hollingsworth, holdover, aqd E. T. Hulsniskl, both' Republicans. Fifth district, Summit and Wasatch counties Fred Rasband, Republican, holdover. Sixth district. Belt Lake county 8. H. Love, G, N, Lawrence and B. C. Park, holdovers: Benner X. Smith and William N. Williams. All Republicans Seventh district, Utah county Henry Gardntr and John Y. Smith-both Republicans. Eighth district Millard end Juab counties Thomas Calllsler, Republican, holdover. Ninth district. Sanpete county John , Republican. Tenth district, Sevier, Wayne, Piute Johnand Garfield counties-Will- is son, Republican, holdover. Eleventh district, Beaver, Iron, Wnshlngton and Kane counties Albert K. Miller, Republican. Twelfth district, Emery, Carbon, Uintah. Grand aud San Juun counties Alonso Rrlnkerboff, Republican. for Men, lloy and Children are Ibft most complete lines In tbe City, and at prices to snit everybody. Dont buy till yon look us over. - call sad e ... Putnam , Clothing House Bet-ly- Doctor Estes Specialist Cures when other fall. Madsen methods. Pro cOMuttatlen fee any Cheeale Disease of any name House, Braver J. F. Tolton,' IDera.) Box Elder W, Hanson. Cache W. H Maugbn, H. A. and B. A. Hendricks. Carbon James Bowen. Davis J, A. Efilredge, Poder-se- American People Appreciate Wholesome Beverage. Clssn With the increased consumption of beer tbs public Is becoming mors and more discriminating. .Once upon a Urns bear was beer, but now we ars becoming vary particular what ws drink In the way of beer. Each brewer makes bis own particular flavor, color and other marked characteristic!. While tbe process of brewing in tbe same In general It ia not at all tbe ame In particular. In this It might fas well to know that Pabst ia recognised In thla country anl abroad aa the pioneer In perfecting the cleanest process for making beer sa wall aa being the leader In the science of brewing. It was Pabst who flrai recognised not alone the desirability, but the necessity of absolute cleanliness in brewing, cooling and aging beer. Today he leads In the cleanliness of hia process. Pabst Beer Is not cooled In open rooms where men walk In and out. but In sealed coolers where oulv filtered sir can reach it. Pabst deer Is not aged In open vats but In sealed tanks where It stays until science shows It perfect In age, purity and strength. Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer Is always exactly ibe same. The exquisite flavor never changes, because Pabst vsast with which Pabst beer is fermented ia always grown from the original mother cell In Pasteur tubes and tanka, where there Is not tbe slightest chance for outside contamination. It Is always made from Pabst exclusive malt grown under the watchful eyes' of trained scientists who make It. Just The same and Just right every time. Onlv the choicest Imported Imps are used, thus It is rich in tonic properties. It never leaves the brewery nntil fully s$ed and perfect In purity and strength the eleanert beer brewed. Thus it is in these days of discrimination Pabst. Blue Rlbiton Beer ia the most popular beer with the doctors and the people who value Its richness and ito cleanliness. A CO. Twrsir-fnrt- Beth Pfeesea II Street k Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer ' WHfV OSIIRS1VS guaranteed, Caurrfe Deainesa, Rlogiag in the Ban, Dlaeaaoa a of the Head. Throat, Nos. Rye or Ear. All of the Laaga. Bronchial Tefaea and Cheat biMam hi im E.t.ui anil. Liver, Kldaeya and Bladder. Heart rteoaee. Vitas Dance, Piles, FisRhouaiaUsa, Asthma, Nervous Troubles, tula and all Rectal Troublaa, Tape Worm, Bleed Pei rood ay (ran any ssuae. Diseases peculiar to We as an. ANY PRIVATE DISK ASM OF MEN quickly exied to stay eiirad. Remember the exemlnetioe and advice Is FRE9L Come at sera Tomorrow may be too Into. Call ur write. Dta-eais- Most Popular OS use Partial List of Diseases Cored A Pabst Beer r. J. KICSEI. r nature. Every n AK FOR FABST it DR. .r ESTES, SPECIALIST Office hour, 10 a. m. to I p. m. 8448 Washington Ava (Boris Block). Ogden. Utah. Eatraace Roam It. Remember the number. Society Lights Reading Lights Sewing Lights Lights For Work of Any Kind Gin Be Procured by Using Electricity Furnished by UTAH LIGHT AND RAILWAY CO. R. S. CAMPBELL, L General Manager W. WADE, Agent .