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THE IS LEGALIZED IN CUBAN GENERALS HAVE AIDED IN THE WORK. Rebels Allowed te Take the Stolen Horeee to Their Home in Distant Provinces. Washington, Nor. IS. 8nie of the Cuban generals, who have been asaint-inthe Americana In the effort to disarm and send to their homes the Insurrectionists in the late revolutionary movement, appear to hare dignl fled and legalised the crime of hone in the most Ingenious manner, according to reports that have reached the war department. When the rebel soldiers aurfeader Chair arms they were told that they might keep their hones until they could ranch their homes. Now these horses had stolen mostly and the individual soldier aaa tuld that he must return the hone to its owner if the Utter could show that the animal was registers! according to the Cuban Uw. Each at the soldiers was given n cor tlflcaie describing the horse and tbs conditions under which he might be returned to the real owner. Two facta made thU reclamation well nigh Impueslble in moat eases. In tb first place, only a small proportion of the hones in Cuba were registered, so that no matter how thoroughly a farmer could identify hU ownohorae In the possession of ona of these rebels he could not obtain possession of the animal for lack, of the registration certificate; in the second place, the disbanded rabeU before returning to their homee took care to exchango horses so that an animal stolen in Santiago would not be returned to that province, but would find a home in Plnar del Rio. ThU eUte of affaln was made worse, according to tha report, by the action of some Cuban gene rats actually issuing certificates in blank to the disbanded soldiers so that it was possible for them to continue indefinitely to steal hones. g tnng hf I 413SH J Ogden. j Charges of trickery, of uuMirneaus end of injustice in the reran! elect.'. ns in gull Lake City aud cuuntr were made yes enU by T m Pin. American candidate for sheriff of Bait Lake county, bo earn- - here to attend the trial of a case in ibe district court. Til teU you a by the Amencuus lour at home." said he. in the first place we had no Judges at the polls, because we were not entitled to them. The Republicans had two judges and the Democrats one. Whenever a voter entered a pol.lag place, the Republican judges would get on either side of him, and tail him to pull down the lever with the eagle on it. W hst chance did the Democrats with one Judge and we with none, siana against such work? Hera's another instance. We had a train chartered to bring 250 voters Lake. That from Garfield to Balt tram was purposely delayed until after the closing time and we lout all those votes. We had an extremely hard time to get carriages and autoa for our voters the Republicans had everything cinched. And again, the voting machines lost us a great many voles. They were new to the people, and when a voter entered one of those booths, he usually became so rattled that before he knew it he had pulled the lever with the little eagle. Why. at most of the polls they wouldn't allow our representatives to even stand around and watch how things were running. They threw them out of the polling placea. How's that for high and mighty doings? We sere cheated right and left, and It wouldn't taka much trouble for ua to prove it, either. But there's another day coming. Men who are high up in the American party, such men ns Willard Snyder, stale chairman, and are nsw planning a camhi paign that will open the eyes of the people at this state. Walt until the election next year in our city and county. Wo will win In a walk, and I kaow what I'm talking about, too. The reason we didn't make the showing we ought to have made this election was because we were too confident at winning, and that Influenced n number of our voters ' to remain away from the polls. 1 admit, too, that many of our party were Indifferent. Within a very abort time I predict that the American party will be strong' ly established in this city and come ty, as strongly aa in tha capital of this state. And there will not be a town or n county In Utah which will not have a thoroughly organised American party. Watch us from now on," concluded the man who would be sheriff, as overcoat, he pulled on a and walked away with a noticeable swelling of hla vest. d Steel embossed stationery to your . 10 THREW THE alder at K. B. Co., 413 tCBIMKE If Twenty-third- SORBOW Over the Death ef Their Former zen, i. W. Guthrie. Citi- 4 OP Beautiful Daughter of a General la Condemned ts Tan Years' Impris- onment at Hard Labor, Utah. Nov, 12. The news of tha daath of J. W. Guthrie, which occurred last Saturday morning In OgOorinno, den, brought sadness to our little town. Mr. Guthrie has lern identified with Corinne and its Interests since its Wl--t lament and. la fact, waa one of the founden and Is its principal owner today. Although for tha past twelve years he has resided In Ogden, he hna made hla regular trips hero, which were a source of great pleasure to him. as waa evinced by the glad hud which he extended to all. The children, to whom he had endeared himself. Borrow sincerely ud aa n mark of their esteem and loro presented n very beautiful floral tribute. While the service were being held In Ogdon today ud the friends ud loved ones are gathered aronnd hla bier for the last farewell, Corinne la silent with bowed head aa it drop ud atands a tear, not only in sorrow for the ins sustained, but In sympathy for the bereaved family. C. W. Lawrence, D. R. Orbleon, E. R. Hadley, 8. Drake and H. C. House of Corinne Lodge No. 5, A. F. and A. M. of which Mr. Guthrie waa a charter member, attended the funeral. semi-monthl- y Moscow, Nor. IS. The police have Identified the man who yesterday threw a bomb at General Rhelnbot. the prefect of police, aa a brother of Vlad imlr Maiury, the leader at the flying group of Terroriata, who was csptur-ej- l here September 12th, and executed September 14th, for the murder of Colonel von Lenhtnikoff of the secret police, a third brother Borgior Maiury, wai executed for pirUcIpatitni la tha St. Peterebnrg custom robbery, and a fourth la now In prison here for membership in the revolutionary organization. General Rhelnbot defends hie action in shooting the Terrorist after the 1st ter had been seized by two of the policemen, on the ground that Mazury was making n dsaperato struggle to escape and succeeded la drawing n end firing n shot at Ike prefect of police. A Daughter of General Benevsky, general of Amur province, has been condemned to ten years' Imprisonment at hard labor for participation in the plot to kill ex Governor General Dnbaasoff of Moscow. Mile. Henevskya hand waa blown off while preparing the bomb. This led to her Mile. detection and imprisonment. Beneveky, who Is beautiful, was married In prison to another political prisoner. UTAH,: OGDEN, FOR RENT Prediction Made Tbit it is Coming te high-price- POLICE BAY HE IS A BROTHER A TERRORIST LEADER. EXAMINEE: AMEFICAmRIY STEALING HORSE MOUSING CARD OF THANKS tVi:iMlAY FURNISHED 55.1 23r-- l FOR KENT WANTED Good girl for houavwurk, 2612 Madison 11-- 2431 iii-u- cl 'ilu'-tiis- FOR RENT Furaiki.-- d FURNISHED tar 2J4 rooms. rooms-- . aiU third street. lor 1 FOR RENT Ground front Uoor, tm ibe second rooms, also room floor; other rooms I; uni $1.00 per week up. 429 25th, opposite Utahns Adams. 1113-t- i Theatre. WANTED At once, chambermaid at Reed hotel. FOR WANTED Girl FOR KENT 137 house- llMS-l- RENT 26th St. House!-tepin- room. g Furu'iUJ rooms 220 Lincoln. Good nurse WANTED wuta WANTED, posi- tion, obstetric's nursing preferred. Phone Herman Falls, 246 Wash, ava. m MALE HELP WANTED. WANTED Two good tin roofers: 60 cents per hour. Apply to Hugh Wright, Ogden Federal building. 1 WATKD-i-R- e Itoya, 111 w ud elevator per month. Kan-yo- liable bell ud 120 n hotel. Salt Laka City, ROOMS. WANTED To rant, two or three furnished moms for light houxeketp-tng- ; must be clean, light, reasonable and in good neighborhood, in answering state hrl1ty. price and number of rooms. Address Standard. BOARD AND ROOM. room and FOR RENT First class board at the Virginia; most popular place la the city. BOARD AND DONE UP. CURTAINS FURNISHED ROOM-4- 49 t6th Street. FOR RENT, UNFURNISHED WILL TRY done up. BeU 675Y; tween Ith and 10th Sea be- FOR RENT ROOMS Three nxma on north Ind. Washington. LEGAL FOR RENT S617-- HOUSES. POLE SHIP ROOSEVELT THOUGHT TO BE IN GOOD CONDITION. With a Few Repairs the Vassal Could Ba Mads Ready for a New Effort. Buckspoit, Me., Nor. 13. Commander Robert Peary, the Arctic explorer, who Is returning to the United States with the record of "flarthereat north, will make another attempt to reach the north pole In 1307. The explorer'! ship, tiie' Roosevelt, wai built in this town and It la said that when Commander Peary was here he said that If he should not succeed this year he would positively make another in 1907. Despatches from rommaader Peary speak well of the sad seaworthy qualltlea of the' Roosevelt and local shipping mc0 think that with a few repairs she rhould be ready to make tbe trip north next season. st-en- g oooooooooooooo0 o O GOV. HOCH'S PLURALITY. Topeka, Kan.. Xnv. 1 J. The final returns, official), from all O e O O if the Kansu counties voting O the November 6th election. O it O show Governor Horh C hr a plurality ef 1.9M. O O OOOODOOOOOOO C MRS. BESSIE LEE, i. rant. El-EX EASTMAN. . Washing!, iq i ! 0 :f 1 1 Yo WATER U8ERS. Bute Engineer's Office, Salt Lake City, Utah, Nov. 16. 1906. Notice la hereby given that the Oregon Short Line Railroad Company, by its chief engineer, William Ashton, whose poe to trice address Is Salt Lake City, Utah, has mad application In accordance with the requirements of Chapter 101, Session laws of Utah, 1905, to appropriate ten (IP) cubic feet per aecoad of water, which rises. lu Ssnd Ridge Cut ea the Oregon Short Lina Railroad, in Weber oounty, Utah. Said water will be collected in a basin, which la attested at a point 3.000 feet west and 1,935 feet north of the southeast corner of Section 31, Township I north, Range 1 west, Salt Lake base and meridian, front where It will be conveyed for a distance of 6,000 feet tn a pipe line, end there used from January 1 to December 31, Inclusive, of each year, for general railroad pur poses. This application ! designated in the tSate Engineer's office aa No. 1006. All FOR RENT sL 5 roomed house. 137 31st FOR n modern brick house apply 2123 Adams I WANTED, FURNISHED HOUSES. WANTED To rent, furnished or partly furnlebed hour- live to ten rooms, must he clone in. J. J. J., care 11-- 1 w Standard. - 2-- 1 FOR RENT STOREROOM. FOR RENT Room on ground floor suitable for restaurant, basement, at . 131 25th st. Bell phone 43-K- 11 wk 14-- 1 FOR RENT Two nice offices over I. L. Clark A Sons' Store. FOR RENT, REAL ESTATE. Tbe best ranch In northern Utah, good land, plenty water, fair buildings, splendid orchard, and abundance of rings. Will rent for one year or lease for term iff years to right party. J. J. Brummitt FOR RENT protasis against the granting of said application, stating the reasons therefor, must be made by affidavit In duplicate and filed in this office within thirty (30) days aftgr the completion of tiie publication of this notice. CALEB TANNER. FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS Slate Engineer. Date of first publication, November FOR BALE Electric motor, one horse 12th; date of completion at publicalM2-5- t power. 172 3uth st tion, December 12 th. FOR SALE Good driving or delivery horse. 850 23d st. the Harriman official In title city and that their wages were far lee than ara received at other division FOR SALE Cow, cheap. Beil phone 735-314 Parry ave. 11 points when considerably less work la handled daily than falls to their home, runabout lot, which appear to have been a FOR SALE Gentle 340 28th at and harneus; $59. fact The' matter waa taken up with the officials, but little or nothing waa ever accomplished- until the Joint con- YOUR own terms on pianos and violins; also other musical goods. Panference In Oakland which has just tones, next Utahna. closed. At the Oakland meeting the matter waa carefully weighed by the officials, SWEET CIDER, good for your kidneys, 5c a drink; 25c n gallon. Apwith the result that the desired raise ples, 60c to 1.0O n hu. Fine pasIn wages was granted the men on the turage, cheap. The Jumble, Hello entire system. g-- . five-roo- Vnl-verai- oooooooooooooo K! 2234 t C11.V, i iih Women of Woodcraft. Ogden C.rele 5M. ueea every Tuesday night at 7:20 o'clock. K. id P. LalL Visiting Neighbors invited. Due can be paid at the office at Ed. Auth. the afternoon of the flsth at each ra National Bank Bldg. mouth, SUSIE ALDEN, u. N.. 113 Twenty 3i'S-tlf LOST. l.OSl Kii'icg of A Kl in SUiiidiii J Ke-tu- 1114 iti.n. t 4; sixth street. FIVE DOLLARS ivwai-- 1 lor return eie red di'hurned i..:.ch cow. Telephone 503, K. E. S;.i:er. :.5i 22ud 7 11 LOST -- lly Wi. gut's iK Overeusi. Ke'uri; nishing Store and MARIE CR1TE3, roe Avenue. ti. bv PACIFIC RAILROAD COM- Biller Hive No. 1. meets the second Depart. and fourth Tuesday at 2:36 p. m. at No. 6 Eastern Expreaa.... 1:29 ajn. OXti. Hall, Twenty-fiftatreeL Vis- Ao. 2 Overland Limited for Coaac11 iting sister cordially invited. Omaha, BESSIE SERR1NG, U C. Bluff. Denver, Kan-- a U'CY NELSON, R. K. City and East., 9:09 p.m. N0.1U Park City Local.. 6:3d p.m. N KNIGHTB OF THE MACCABEES. 8 Loa Angeles Limited 7:09 pm. No. 4 Atlantic Express for Ogden Tent. No. 24, meet the nee-o- n Omaha, Denver, J auf fourth Friday evening Council Bluffs, Kanat 8 o'clock sharp. In 1. O. O. F. halL sas city and all Vialtiug Kulghte cordially Invited to points Eaat, daily., 7:30 pjn. attend. J. W, HALSEY, Commander. Arrive, V. F. BOND. Record Keeper. No. I Califorala Expreaa from Council Bluffy MASONIC. Omaha, Denver, Kansas City and Dost, O. E. Queen Esther Chapter No. 4. , 3:45 ! 8. Regular nu clings held at Masonic No.111 daily perk City Local... 10: 25 ajn. on Hall Waahlugliiu avenue, bwtaeee No. Loa Limited 1:59 pm. Twenty-fiftstreet Ntx 9 Fast Angeles and Twenty-sixtMail 1:4)0 pjn. tne first ad third F1 days of each No. 1 Overland Limited month. Sojourning members cordialfrom Omaha, Council ly Invited to atteud. Bluff,' Kansas city, K1.8IE BAlXION, W. M. ' Denver and nil points LILLIE HALSTEAD. Secretary. Naat. daily 4:00 h 1 PROFESSIONAL TUB ONLY reliable clairvo)ut, medium, palndst aud astrologer in lbs city. Telia ail tu,ugs. Test circles Sunday at 7:30 p. m. Adnuasiou 25c. UNION PANY. rewarded. Ilurst. Peruuueutl) 27th SL Clerk. 2731 Mon- LADIES OF THE MACCABEES. one grs) o WrigLl'n Fur, LOST Biaik leather pu:ae containing order on Paine a Hurst and ry and sflter, between Burrup West Weber. Return to Paine A located 173 av Id - A 18-l- f. HAIR COODS AND COSTUMES. h HAIR SWITCHES for sale at reduced h prices. Hair chains n specialty. Masquerade cowtuu.cs to rant (or balls and theaters. All mail orders proinpuy attended to. Airs. C.E. Lee, 321 24 th. P. U. Box 435. ORDER OF RAILWAY CONDUCTOR9 p.at INSURANCE. Wasatch Dltiaion No. 124, O. R. C, meets second end fourth Friday at W. N PIERCE, Notary Public, Real 2:30 p. u. in K. of P. hall, coruer Estate; Fire, Life aud Accident In- Washington avenue and 34th street All broihu's are cordially Invited te surance. 4U7 24th SL attend. CEO. ALLEN, C. C. JUNK. D. L BOYLE, B. and T. THE INDEPENDENT JUNK CO. buys all kinds of Junk. Bell phone 62CZ. FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES North cf Ogden. ind. phone SUU3D. Green A Jwcob-seDepart. Fraternal Order of Eaglea, Ogdea Na 9 Portland.' Spokane, 3148 Pacific. 7131yr. Aerie, No. 113, F. O. K., meets every Pocatello aad Bntte IF YOU have any kind of Junk, 'pbnns Monday evening la Eagle hall, east 1:25 ana Express, dally to Ogden Junk House; we will call of Reed hotel, at 3:00. Visiting Brotle No S3 -- Malad Local, via for 1L Bell 'phone 225K; Ind. 725. Eagles are luvlted to attend the Brigham, daily exAerie meeting. 1:28 a.m. cept Sunday J. C. GABHERa, W. President Na 7 Fast Mall, Portland, D. T. TRACY. Berrofory. MUSICIANS' DIRECTORY. Epokxna, pocaleilo DR. 1L B. FORBES, Aerie Physician' aad Butte, dally... 12:10 p.m. MR. A. H. GROSE Expert llano Tun Na 11 Cacin Valley Exor and Repairer. With Barnes' Music 5: 2d pm B. P. O. ELKS. press, daily store, Grand Opera House iilk. Arrlva Ogden Lodge, No. 719, (beets every OSTEOPATHY. Tuesday evening. Iaidge' ' and club Na 5 Fxxt Mail from Portland. Bpokau. Pom rocma, second floor Masonic building, GORDON G. IVE8, COltA 0. IVES, 2410 Washington Avenue, atello and Butto, W. D. BROWN. E. R. 7:00 dally Oateopatha, graduates from parent Na llCach J. ri. KNAUSS, Secretary. school. Kirkville, Mo. Lewis-t- i Lay Valley Ex-10:31 ner block, suite 66. Treatment by press, dally.. Na 10 Portland, Spokane, Hours 9 a. m. to ( ORDER OF WASHINGTON. appointment Butt and PocateUa ' p. m. Bell phone 1014K. Ind. 1012. 5:51 pja. dally Ogden Union, No." ITS, Order of Local via PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS Tuesday No. 84 Malad Weablngtun, tpeote every Brigham, daily ev evening at 9 o'clock In ' A. O. U. W. DR. A. FERNLU'ND, Pbyaieiaa aad hall. Vlblting comrades lavtted to 8:26 pjs. cept Sunday Burgeon. Office hour, 10 ud 12 a. attend. WILLIAM DOYLE, President ' m, 2 to 4 p. m. 340 35lh BL Offioe South ef Ogden, WALTER RICHEY, Secretary. phones, Bell 516K; lad. 575. Depart. 64$ Wash. Ind. phone 503. 4 Eastern Express, . . 4:19 ajn, Na MODERN WOOD!. EN OF AMERICA. Na 5 Portland, Spokane. STEAMSHIP AGENT. Butt and Pocatello , Utah Camp, No. 9930, A. W. AGEE, lor Salt Lake City, O. D. RA8MURBEN the Meet V. C.; J. H. SHAFER, Clerk. Representing 7:80 ast White Star Line, Red Star Line, Do- every Tuesday sight. at Eagle Hall, I Na 0 daily Local tiit.i.ii,,.! for Balt minica Line, American line, Scan- p. m. Visiting members Invited. Lake City, daily... 8:30 ara. dinavian American Lina, Holland Na 13 Cache Valley to American Line and The Hamburg Bait Lake City.. ..10:40 ara FORESTERS OF AMERICA, American Lina Panhaigera booked Na 13 Los Angeles Limfrom or to any point uf Europe to 3:28 p to, ited Foresters of Court Wssslob, Ke. nay part of the United State. 2357 America. Meets I. O. O-I,- F. hall, 24th Na 2 Limited for Balt and 3259 Washington Ava, Ogden, street, first and third Wednesday Lake City, Frevo, Utah. N'epbi, and Juab, evenings of each month at 7;S0. 4:19 pJH, G. W. 11A1BEY, C. R. daily SANITARY WORK Ka 19 Portland, Spokane, P, A. GARNER, Secretary. Butto nad Pocatello DONE of all kind. Bell 'phone 609Z. te Balt Lake City, A. 0. U. W. Nel. McCarty, 2728 Grant 8:30 p-dally Lodge No. I A. O. U. W. Fliiellty TAILORS, Meets in A. O. U. W. hall every Bab Arrlva evening. Visiting brothers la- - Ka I urday Clothe cleaned and pressed $1 a Portland, Bpokana Butt and Pocatello month, 157 25th 8L BeU phone 85VZ. lJAME9 H. MTAUGHIJN, M. W. Expreaa from Bait WALTER RICHEY, Recorder. 13:59 am. Lake City VETERINARY SURGEON. W. N. PEIRCE, Financier. No. I Atlantic Espreea from Balt Lake City D. P. MILLIKEN, graduate veterinary ODD FELLOWS. end intermediate surgeon. Calls eaawcred night or 8:05 atw potato, dally dav. Office, Ogden Peed and Bale OrNo. 5, Independent Lodge Na 7 Portland, Bpokana 8 table, 2219 Weak. Ava Both derOgden of Odd Fellows. Meets In I. Butte and Pooatello phones; night phone 455K. 4 G. F. hall every Tuesday evening. Expreaa from Salt invited to era broth cordtglly Visiting Lake City, daily... 11:31 am. lx oraMfit WINDOW CLEANING. Na 1 Fait Mall from Balt A. B. GRAFF, Noble Grant Laka City, dally... 3:85 p.m. HENRY KISSEL, Secretary. UTAH 'window and bouse cleaning Na 11 Cache Valley Janitor and porter work. Sam PoBalt from Lodge Na 4, ll no Ca Bell, 1038JL Office 414 Queen City, Rebekah Lake City, Provo, second aad Meets P. hall. O. L O. 25th SL Nephl and Juab fourth Friday evenings at Odd Fellows 5:11 pra daily Twenty-fourtstreet Visiting Na 17 Lee Hail, Limited 4:45 pra Angeles members invited. Na 8 Eastern Express... 7:01 pra FRATERNAL E8THER RANDALL. Noble Grand. r, KeU-don- -- - . ll-g-- . ..,i,,.i, . . a Ex-pre- h MIBB LOLA WUODBKRRY, ROYAL ARCANUM. Safest and best. Insure men for one, two or three thousand dollars. Mountain Council, Na 627, Rocky meets second and fourth Friday craning at A. O. 1J. W. hail, over Howell' store. Visiting broth era cordially FRANK FOULGER, Regent J. W. WOTUER8FOON, Collector. G. B. ROBERTS, Secretary. FRATERNAL JAMES a G. Na 6 COUNCIL No. 3. D. at P meets every Wednesdsy evening at Na 8 o'oloak. Eagle Hall. Dues can be paid to Susie Alden, C. of W, 111 12 Na 14 Ka 2 DEGREE OF POCAHONTASb LEEOTAH Lodge, No. 371, T. F. B., Ogden meets second and fourth Tuesdays at 3 p. m. In A. O. U. W. halL Visiting member cordially Invited. D. H. ADAMS, President CORA HOBBS, Secretary. R. T. MILLER, Treasurer. Ogden Lodge No. 1, meets every Wednesdsy evening st I o'clock at tbe A. O. U. W. hall. Visiting members cordially invited. Mrs Jemima Kuof H.; Mrs. Jeanette Hlil, rds. financier; Miss L. Jennie Prout, recorder. S. BUXE, WALTER RICHEY, Secretary. BROTHERHOOD. DEGREE OF HONOR, BeCy. Junction City Lodge No. 36, Independent Order at Odd Fellow, meets In 1. O.O. F. hall every Thursday Visiting brothers cordially evening. invited to be present. lnrittd. 36th BL MAMIE J. PLANE, pocahoales. ALICE COLLINS, K. of XL RATHBONE BISTERS. Meets every Batuiday afternoon at Na 3:10 in Pythian ball, Utah National Bank building. Sojourning sister cordially Invited to attend. M. E. C. MRS. XELLIB FRYER, MRS. ISABEL aad . WYANT, C. .. ' J . d LORIN G. HENI.V1KR. C. (. E. AUTH, Clcr;:, Firrt Nat'I Bank Building 2 KNIGHTS lcdKn, Ogden 2. to n.'t wi'b BF.V!AMV u- ii ii L. N. t "i No. 9 No. 1 No- - 6 Kulaht of Ha,!. Utah meeie a. Nation;'! Bank I'uiiiti'.c. K. ef P.'s day evening. VI Pithisa, - M XRKrtTT, y. l "t. M- MEII', ii cf R. Mon- repeated No. No! 4 f. f. snd F. 3 Na 11 5 Pacific Express for Esn Francisco and intermediate points, 4:30 a .Hi. No. dally am, 9:90 am 1:15 pra 2:60 PA 7:99 pra Pacific Express from Denver, PuebBrit Provo, lo, Lake City and all points east, datly. .12:05 am. Ogden paaenger.. 11:30 am. Pacific Limited from Balt Lake City, Provo, Denver and all 11:30 am. prints East Mail from ' Denver. Puebla Leadvllle.Salt Lake through to Bau Fren- 11 a.m. 55 City and all points c;sco, daily 2:40 pra 3i 15 p.m. East, datly last .Mail Overland Limited.. 4 20 p.m. No. 13 -- Local from Sanpete 4:55 pra Arrive. Talley C. A. HENRY, Ticket Agent. Ogden. A'.lan'ir1 Exprerg I. A. BENTON, Gen. Agent, Pgr. Dept from Frmdsru, Balt Lake. 7:10 .:r. a.',ily n,. . J. CRONIN, Agent, Ofden. Limited.. 2:3-t At', an-iExpress from Shu Francisco WANT AD8 YIELD BIG RESULTS. and No. 30 7:45 DAILY. Express OF PYTHIAS. No. Na DrparL Na S DEPART DAILY. Atlantic Mall for Balt Lake City, Prove and all points Eaat To Salt Lake City aad Intermediate prints, daily Salt Lake passenger Atlantia limited for Salt Lake City. Provo, Lead villa, Pueblo, Denver and nil prints Eaat, dally.. Atlantic Express tor Balt Lake City, Pueblo. Denver and all prints east, daily.. ARRIVE Sccthern Pacifi: Compaaj Weber Cmp, No 74. meet in K. Na of P. bill in Utah National Bank building every Thursday evening at S oclock. VlMting Woodmen cordially inviu-to a'tcnd. No. 2 L M. of R. WOODMEN OF. THE WORLD. five-room- y Clerk, - FOR RENT, OFFICES. - v 2459 " ll-8-- tf em-oloy- X. G. -- NOTICE -- To those who so thoughtfully comforted with words of encouragement the relatives of the late Joseph Meyers, Mrs. Eifie Mayers ud George W. Halsey and family wish to extend their alncerast thanks. Especially are they grateful to members of the G. A. R. for their touching tribute to the 1144. memory at an old soldier. Mrs. Eifie Meyers, George Haisy and) Full line of stork certificates always Inquire on hand at K. B. Co., 413 Twenty FOR BALE Two hones. Family, from J. B. Fou.ger, 667 22nd. third. NEW TIME CARD 1 BUSINESS CHANCES. SKEEN VS. POE !A Dinar Will bs Added to Train A SNAP Bnsine property, 56x175 on No. 10. Defendant Aske for Time te File Bills 2 blk from Washington, 25th St. of Exceptions. only $75.00 front foot Kelly end Thomas F. norlands. assistant supHerrick. erintendent of the Balt Lake division In the Case of J. D. Skeen vs. R. B. of the Southern Pacific, la In the city, Paine, the defendant has been granted house; close In, assisting In the preparation of the new thirty daye additional time by Judge FOR BALE Rooming address L., care Standard. time table which goes Into effect Mon- Howell to prepare and file n bill of exday, November 19. Xg. 1 (Tbe Over- ceptions. MONEY TO LOAN. land Limited) will depart at 5:10 p. The motion for n new trial In the m. Instead of 4:20 p. m. No. 10 will cane of Mabel Richards the MONEY to loan In large or email arrive at 7:10 a. m. Instead of 6:30 Ogden Steam inundry, wasagainst denied. sums on improved real estate at a p. m. No. 6 will arrive at 7:20 a. m.. The case of Sidney Stevens Implereasonable rate of interest. No which is ten minutes later than the ment M. aa vs. Buchmlller, company commission or expense for securing present schedule. certain the of to a title action quiet loan. No delav or publicity. Call, At Sparks, Nevada, a diner will be of property, is on trial thie af' Ind. Phone No. 3731-A- . taken from train No. 6 and made n piece Howell. ternoon before Judge part of No. 10, owing to the fact that MONEY TO LOAN on forme and city No. 6 is a very heavy train. estate. HUNTER ft KENNEDY FOOTBALL EXCURSION ml Room $, First National Bank BuildTO BALT LAKE CITY Call and are samples of engraved ing. redding stationery at K. B. Co., 413 Via Rip Grande Western Ry. street. Twenty-thir- d MONEY TO LOAN- -J. J. BRUMMITT. Saturday, November 17. FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. WILL BE NS STRIKE Fare $1.00 round trip. Train! leave . 7:45 a m.. 9 a m. and 1:15 p. m. UniFOR BALE Elegant, new There will be no strike among the versity of Colorado 1 Boulder) v. modern brick. 2516 Orchard avenue, of Utah. Kickoff 3 p. m. at Harrlntu railroad switchmen, as was on Installment plan. 8ee owner on threatened some weeks ago. The men Cummings Field. premises. BeU phone 541X. have settled amlealdy their little w . with the officials and from grievance now on things will move along more o o FOR SALE Snap, moil WIRELESS MESSAGE. O smoothly than ever before. Not onlr o 2659 Madison. t house era O O hu the threatened strike been foremen the From O Sent have been given stalled, butthe Battleship Lotiisi- O FOR BALE An elegant resiana Near Colon. more then the desired raise, and tbe dence with bath. 1 block from busiboy have nothing hut pralae for the ness center, SS.t'ft'J. offlrtals of the road. Waahlngtnniov. 13. Accordresidence on bench, 3 A A. S. Messenger, local chairman of ing to a wire less message, blk blocks from business center, which reached the White Houae the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainfrom 25th street car line. $1,700. over night, the battleship Iu-isan- a men. returned from Oakland, where Easy terms nn a portion. with the President and he, together with other local officers acres of good Und on About 2 party on board was fifth nffle jf the order, have been la a several 12th street. $1.KiO. ' off Colon last night. week' confab with tbe larioua diThe Cbauncey Parry, cor. 22rd ud Wash vision superintendents. He says tbsi. weather was reported to be Flinne 35PX. fine. The message came from :he meeting was one that will go down In railroad history as the meat benethe naval station it GuantanaMISCELLANEOUS. WANTED, ficial for both railroad men ud mo to Key Wrt, and thence to ever held on uy system. the Washington wlrelraa WANTED Fort v lead of he to Rome weeks ago the local switchfeed for the w.r.'T. Apoly in F. D. men eanreto the conclusion that, they Richardson, iou I'.nd St. Bcti m'. ) were being discriminated awalust by C91Z. - AGAIN LOR THE 4 UNION DEPOT . TIME CARD .- CURTAINS tf PEARY A.t.trcbk CLAIRVOYANT. Good girl for genet al FOR RENT Clean f irnished room, housework, (5.00 per week. 653 with bath, thoru renovated; 12nd. rooms. The alo light housekei-pmColonial, 363 24th St. Mrs. 8. L. WANTED Girl to do family cuoklng; Chinn, Manager. good wages. Era. Joseph SeowcroR. 533 2Glh 8t. FOR RENT Furnished rm ms suitable for gentlemen. 162 23rd. WANTED Waitresses and chamberroom and FOR RENT Furnished rooms. Benmaids, 926 per month: board. Kanyon hotel. nett Block. WANTED, FEMALE. 1 : for WANTED SITUATIONS .X J- lm 10-1- housekeeping. V lm fumtehe.l Annex 7 f.i. ; 1 d Phone J!y Circle, No. 174, meet ev- and fuartii Friday nights in K. of K hall. Vistiicy iutilcd Si jiO .' at Ait-nue- f uufut-nibe- 11-- uur '..) t( 11-1- ;... i j..,j jii i,,t i 7 VrV,. WOMEN OF WOODCRAFT. , il; FOR RENT Furnished room: mod ern; lu private tauu.y. 3J9 Twenty lf .1 u ve. llti-l- Muisgc. 1144. ,i,i ilij J in mvJ 14ft m. r-- .TEli--vvi- ;; M - 11 ' M. TO BUY. , G.u'ti H.f-- . aie. . Hi.-v- brsr Iriu alo riuglc i.; ncll) lor ruiita.i-uim,, Wa.t room house- for general work. Apply at ones . Iil3lk general FOR RENT Room, lwk housekeeping. Pet-.- WANTED Girl for general work. 540 28th L WANTED Girl. Apply L du-sp- vt I Duiibit u.- WANTED A good laundress: good wages. Stale School fur the Deaf Blind. the and IS Cl 11 Fbrnieii inudera. at 227 27ih at. HELP WANTED. FEMALE WANTED MANTES' ;. FOR RENT ON THIS ADVERTISEMENTS PAGE COST ONE CENT PER WORD FOR EACH INSERTION. LESS NO FIRST INSERTION THAN 2S CENTS. ALL ADVERTISEMENTS MUST BE PAID IN BUSI EXCEPTING ADVANCE, NESS HOUSES RUNNING OPEN BOOK ACCOUNTS WITH US. ROOMS Threir FOR KENT NoYEMEKR MOE3CTNO, ivcnnrdlate poiii'.. :lai!.' Fat .B.i 5,r-'yr,i. 0:30 p.m. i WANT ADS YIELD BIG RESULTS.