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xrrrr f .... f ii fig - ShiltVl Nil THE amusement. SWA EA?lINi:ii: w AS VlViA.jti V A ltiULN'. I rVrtV'. i..al GRAND TEMPERANCE! DEPARTMENT! OPERA CONDUCTED It ALEXANDER GRANT, A TONIGHT MRS. THE TRODFADORS Specialties. taata Now Sailing. IITAHNA THEATER TONIGHT LYRIC STOCK Go IN A Sons Prices. ,. or does he swiftly calculate that he can probably raise the price? Before ever the Racialist party had Not maiiy weeks gw a boy who wn thought of. aud likely even whooilug m various uhjects In an idle FVwsae Wllla-had heroine pres- manner came near shooting a couple ident of the organ Italian, the W. C. ot men who were at work near and lT. T. had adopted as one of iu prin- one of them phoned for a policeman. Another man. hearing uf It. said. ciples the following, wnich is mill a "1 wouldn't ha vs seiH for the police part of Its platform : 1 "VV believe In a living wage; in should have parleyed with that hoy an eight-hou- r day; In Justice as op- until 1 got dose enough to grab that posed to greed aad gala; in 'peace on gun. Then 1 should have lambasted him until he was black and blue." earth aad good will tv men." And are have u weeded la gening "You would have beea ttned for asseveral child labor laws paaeed. aad sault likely." said the listener. "Well." rejoined the man. "1 should yet the Socialist art us to study economic condition. Why. go along, have dune such a satisfactory Job that 1 would have felt Justified la paying child! about 25. There was no thought of a jail senTHE MOTHERS MEETINGS. tence. and t.ie above story shows Just what effect the fear of a fine ha on On account of the deep know Wedthe average man. While in this esse nesday the attendance at the sard our ara largely with the mothers meetings was small, but the man sympathies who was willing to pay 525 for was afternoon neveitheles pleasantly the satisfaction of administering a and profitable spent at each place. tbs re can to little doubt that In the Fifth ward the program was alessmi. was harboring revenge or In charge of Mia J. H. rrtoa, whe. an nun who temper would feel the unjustifiable with hire. Mueller and Mrs. H. erne over a possible fas. look part In the program. Mrs. McDaniels and Miss Gillespie A FEW BRACER. were guests. la the Fourth Mrs. Skeen, Mrs. Everything in this world depends Hobbs mid Mrs. M. J. Devlin rendered will. Earl of Beaeonafield. upon the program, Mrs. Erhluud being presman who etrleka blows for Every ent as a guest. for influeaea. far Institutions, power, la the Second, lira Blacklugton and the right, must be Just at good an 'Mrs. Charpte. assisted hr several lor anvil as he la a hammer. J. G. others, took part In the program. In the Third and In the First wards Every atep of progress which the the attendance was so small that the world has made has beea from scafafternoon was spent in Informal fold to scaffold sad from auke ui stake. tV endell Phillips. Mra L. B. Grout was present aa a Whatever la tbs matter with you In the ward. First gueet let your feelings soak at home and The general subject was "Purity in torch atitf before the world.- the Home and in the Community.'' The Blanchetheta Howard. special subjects discussed were: Enthusiasm Is the element of suc"Ladies Wins Rooms," "Permitting cess In It la the light that Children to Go Unattended to Skating leads everything. that lifts men the erreagth pud "AlRinks, Billiard Halls, etc.," and t ruggle. on and up In the great to lowing Children Play cn the Street." Bishop Doana. Energy will Jo anything that can A POINT OF ORDER. he done In the world aad no talents, no circumstances, so opportunities animal a was This department dislikes to say any- will make a thing that has the appearance 'of wiThotu it. Goethe. criticising the management of the THE HERO. Carnegie library, but will respectfully ask who is res possible for the presence of the tabacoo advertisement In Ever upon hla parted lipa lies bravely front of the main entrance of the lismiling A challenge to all fear; brary building. For a week or more a bicycle rack Intrepidly meetly holding haa ornamented the front walk bearCourage, as Fortune's peer. ing an advertisement advising all patrons (young end old! to amoks a His the great hopes too strong for certain brand of cigars to the exclucoward Madness, And his the power yet sion of all other brands. Andrew Carnegie, a radical temper- To alng In Deaths own gloomy face, ance man. gave thla city upward of undaunted, A carotene chanaoneue! 25,000 to establish a free library. would he can One Clinton Dangerfleld la Success hardly Imagine that he pleased with a photograph went him a with tobacco of the Ogden building A POLICE C0MM8SI0N. sign In front Is If that Mcycle rack prirata propThe Balt Lake Republican, not alpublic erty It has no business grounds. If it la public property the ways, but oeca in a while, perpetrates tobacco sign has no business on the a fins editorial. Hero ara extracts rebk unless It Is duly authorised and from one, under the caption of "Keep up with the procession": paid for. If the sign la authorised and paid "Moat Americana we mean It la for and the city gets the money, then tba larger, not In the local sense who the city la Implicated In a very email have studied the trenf of Affairs realbusiness. ise that there la a belter way for tba If the bicycle rock was a present government ot cities than that which In order to show real generosity it haa been ihe rule In the past. And should have no strings on It and no they ara taking much iff tba temptaadvertising. Many children aiw being tion aw gy from the politicians who sent to the library who are also be- abuse the public through public ofing taught by their parents not to fices. use tobacooi "In twenty alatea there ara laws Abas the tobaooo sign! providing for a board of police or fire control or both; end thd boerda are THE BOXINQ CONTEST. appointed from both political parties, and ara charged with duties, without Excursionists came all the way from having tha obligation of carrying local California to see a price fight twt all elections Impressed upon them. Tha has been found to work they were permitted to see was a welL Itplan stands the teat of the courts. boxing contest provides a fair and honest police The ministers of Ogden ara to he It service to the people, at the minimum congratulated that what was Intend- of ooet, and without the interference ed to be a degrading spectacle of one man half killing another was changed of that arm of tha public power in tbe either party. at the lest minute Into an affair that control of elections for wisdom of Its It haa demonstrated tbe was comparatively mild. The ministers had a good healthy plan, and the people who have tried It not abandon It." public sentiment back of them, but would editorial then recounts present The would not have it changed apparently conditions in Balt Lake City and goes the attitude of the ministers if they on to any: had not AH I hla la bad for the city. It la That there la not a very large per public. The police should cent of Ogdea'e population that de- unfair to the to render a faithful poal res to aee prise fights or even box- be required and should not be reing cpnteete held here la evident from lice service, for the asthe fact that It takes excursion from quired toofgo into politics disreputable men. many points to make up the audi- sistance The better way la to have a police ence. It la encouraging to note that Og- board provided by the law of the state, den is rapidly gening away from the nominated by the governor from both tastes and also the reputation of a the political parties, and left free re-to attend to Its actual duties, with western camp or mining town wards for good Berries, gad certain dismissal for bad service. THE AGE OF PROTECTION. "Utah had such a board at one time, The current issue of the Philan- and Its only weakness was in tba which gave the thropist gives the following table of wording of the statute, to tha mayor Instead the age of protection far girls In the appointing powerthe governor himself. different etatea. It mjb that the facta of vesting It in have been obtained from official Profiting by that error, and by the recent experience iff other states, Utah sources and are authentic. What moral good, woman suffrage should draw and enact a perfectly satlaw for the control of the bgd done may- be answered bv this isfactory table. Notice that Wyoming, Colorado, police In the Interest of the people InUtah and Idaho afford the best pro- stead of against tbeir Interest. "And It Is reasonably expected that tection for their girls. The three pro-Miithm states. Maine, Kanaae and the coming aeaaioa of the legislature will provide anch a statute, and take North Dakota, are in the front row: the police of Balt Lake out of the Twenty-on- e Wyoming. of the rlngsters. Eighteen Utah, Kansas, Colorado; hands The above editorial commends Itself North Dakota, Idaho, Florida, NeAny one may easbraska. Washington. Wisconsin. Dela- to the ily ace that to long aa present condiware. New York and Tennessee. Contion last a policeman is not by any Sixteen Maine, Pcnnsylvnnia. ' necticut, Vermont, South Dakota, means untrammeled In the discharge of hla duties. He must not enforce Rhode island. New Hampshire. Indiana, Kentucky, New Jersey, certain laws If the men who appoint Minnesota, Louisiana, Arkansas, Iowa, ed him do not want them enforced, for Montana. Michigan, Oregon, Califor- If he does he la liable to hme his posinia. Massachusetts, Ohio aad Maty-lan- tion. Thera are evenjtimea when In order to keep hla position he must Fourteen --vAlahattia. Virginia, West actuaHy commit unlawful acta himself. Once In a while a policeman rises Virginia, North Carolina. South Carosuperior to such a condition, but hla lina. Nevada and Missouri. heroism la apt to end with hla Ten Georgia sad Mississippi. or resignation, and it la, per hs pa. too much to expect that we shall FINE OR IMPRISONMENT. find a large number of moral hro-The price for knocking a man down under these dreumetanres. A policeand kicking him Into insensibility In man, and especially a chief, should be If tbs victim Ogden is (60: that is. hours. Pretoys Insenblle thirty-si-x ECZEMA AND PILE CURE sumably a shorter time of nnooneckrae-nesKnowing what It was to Baf. would not be worth so much to FRFE 1 ter. I will give FREE OF the city. CHARGE, to any afflicted a posture It looks aa If a Jail sentence-mightBalt Rheum, Erysipehe a greater deterrent to a man cure for Ecaema. about to give way to a lit of temper, las. Files and Skin Disease. Instant longer, Write F. hut Is there any rltixea who asks him- .relief. Dont Buffer Manhattan self if he Is liable to take cold in W. WILLIAMS. 400 New York. Enclose 'stamp. jail when Ms temper begin to rise. i at 230 to, 20, joc two-legge- d Ogden Auditorium IP YOU WOULD RE GRACEFUL, LEARN TO SKATE. Mag-asin- Every afternoon and evening, except Sundaya. Grand llareh 1:10 p. m. PRICES Afternoon admlaaloa 10c, Evening!, 16a. HERE YOU ARE 11 BOYS Roller Skates 1 Roller Skates U Winslows Celebrated Line-Pr- ices From 50c to $5.00 Come Quick T. S. I1DTCDIS0N No. 306 ei Street Twenty-Fift- h 2JN h OIL MM . ft M AM tl iE s, ft wore yon look at the claae at laundry work turned oat by thla the more certain wa ara that roa will coatlaue to favor na with roar orders, for our prices ara wall aithln the reach of every oca. Art for ear new rates on family vaahing. They will Interest yon. aatab-iahme- Ogden Steam Laundry Tbonea 174. 4S7 Uth SL ! k'-'- s ::.e pfcllu u.m. r$ . l.i - A I d, a . ,11 i .Jill -! t l..a-- K a.-Vi.U i;,M"i!K lic,l : a ri' ul iftt 'u, Il:- - -.- o! . i l utiw u ii:r.ci)i 111 k Ih.iikc t, a- .a.ic 1r w:;.i nvil. if llglil Order a package of thla - s gowu HU h.-S- i..atii ili- - fa mou health and brain building flour and enjoy amue good old fanhtonea N Brown England Bread. A chance M a right hot loaf will make you think yuu are la ; t.. ilMiknrss ti.i : pei-m- open on Sunday. 4. Thou ehalt not permit place it public amusement to open on Sunday. The above ara all based on the ten ooimuandiuenta and arere and air thought right and reaaoitable by the majority of our CiUsen and el no one haa even hinted at having the mayor of Ogden ousted because they ara not enforced. Kansas seems to lie a little better at enforciug a prohibit Urn than wo are. NATIONAL W. C. T. U. NOTES. (By Ogden's Special Rrporter.l Last year 1,000 new uulons were organised and 22.527 signer Jo the total abstinence pledge secured. Tbe value of literature sold and given away by organisers last year was 715.54. Addresses and sermon delivered, 6.575. The amount received for the Frances E. Willard memorial fund, for or sanitation purpuaea, as 55.547. a gain over last year of 50M5. Twenty-fou- r states received aid (nun this. Tbe National W. C. T. U. expended 534.056.ld last year in various line of temperance work. 3,807 medal contests were from those re- net receipt Thirty-eigh- t of ported being 522.UOII these were for diamond medals. These contests are usually among young people who apeak temperance selection In competition for a medal. Medal contests were also held In the department of franchise, merry. 1. T. L., peace and arbitration, and Sunday school work. The state superintendent of Utah. Mra. Kdoupa of Provo, was awarded the national gold medal for the largest increase of medal contests over tbe contests previous year. Tweuiy-fou- r were held In Utah. Ogden did not hold any, hut we are proud of Uiaha record end of Mr. Kmupa'a work. Just Ihe same. The superintendent of legislation enumerated rapidly the special victories of the year. The passage of the pure food bill after six years of ceaseless effort, the Motuhnod bill uniting Oklahoma and Indian territory, with prohibition over the latter for tweuty-on- e year; tbe appropriation of to be used In aappreaslng tbe sale of liquor to Indians; the denatured bill, which temovea die tax from alcohol rendered unfit for beverage purposes, but utuful in manufacturing Industries; the Humphries bill, which provides that collectors of revenue shall furnish to anyone wlm will pav was passed, the peaalty for violation 51 par hundred the cost of copying them certified list of tbe perann who pay the government tax on retail liquor license. 525,-Ao- The sale of liquor In national homes will be prohibited for four mom ha next year an entering wedge for all time. A favorable report waa secured n the Tlrrell bill, wbteh prohibit the liquor traffic from u all government building, parks, rants, nbips, etc. xol-die- re-ta- After repeated efforts, the bill to prevent tbe opening of the gates of tbe Jamestown exposition on Sunday bring forfeiture of the government appropriation. EXCURSIONS Via th COLORADO MIDLAND RY. EASTERN 1 OCDtK MAILS Arrival and departure of mails at Ogden poatofflre: North and Northwest, O. B. L, Rv. Arrive, 7:30 a. in.. C:30 p. m.; depart, 12:55 a. m., 11:50 a. ra. East, all points. U. P. Ry. Arrive, : depart, 7:50 a. 4:30 a. m.; 1:15 P m 2:25 p. m S.5M p. m. Southeast, R. G. W. Ry. Arrive, t. 1:00 a. m 11:45 s.m., 2:50 p.m.; 7:00 a. m.; 6:30 p. m. Wost, all points. 8. P. Ry. 7:30 a. m., 3:50 p. m., 7:00 p. m.; depart, 3:30 a. m., 2:45 p. m. Southern California and Nevada. 8. P, L. A. A 8. L. Ry. Arrive, 8:30 a. m., 7:30 p. m.; depart, !:4e p. m., 6:30 p. m. Southern Vtah. 0. 8. L. Rv. Arrive. 6:80 a. m., 7:30 p. m.; depart. 3:80 a. m., 3:45 p. m. Southern Utah. R. G. W. Ry. Arrive, 1:00 a. m., 2:50 p. m.t 7:00 p. m.; depart, 3:30 a. m., 7:00 a. m., 6:30 p. m. Srlt Lake City. O. 8. L. Ry Arrive, 13:00 m.. 2:50 1:00 a. m., 1:30 a. p. m.: depart, 3:80 a. m., ?.m a.7:30 a. m., 3:45 p. m., m., 1U::10 5:50 p. m. Salt Lake City. R. O. W. 1:00 a. u.; 3:50 p. m.; d'pari. 7:00 a. m. 6:30 p. m. Cache Valley Points, O. S. L. Ry. Arrive, 10:45 a. m.; depart. 4:60 p. m. A Liberty Arrive, Hv.'.tevllle. 5:00 p. m.; depart. 9:00 a. m. Ft F. D. Weber County Arrive, 5:00 p. m.; depart, 8:20 a. m. WM. GLA8MANN. ue-par- a, Postmaster. fie W.KItluUld ItlUOri Mlt-tcilf- e CiioVr i l.i ii limpid aaier aiv. Made nil of dancing ieavea. imaid With gold, us the uignt sky la made. THE PRESIDENT'S RETURN WILL BE AWAITED WITH INTEREST. Social Education Congrats Will Moot in Boston Inouiancc Otficiaio Will Bo on Trial. Now God lie Bustos. With Alisa's Fleer you can wake bread Just like tha Puritans need to nsakr. B. B. B. Self-riain- g praiaed abu nude the sun Klpeu the bartesta every one, Tbe splendid sun for fruit and grain, Aud give aa sell the quickening rain. Pancake Flatir la also a par food; salf rising aad all ready to mis with water and bak ou a hot griddle. S-- President Roosevelt is exported to return tu Washington this evening, after one of the most remarkable Journeys ever undertaken by an American chief executive He has traveled thousands of nillv by sea. crossed the narrow strip of land which separates the Atlantic and Pacific and where tha Americas meet: Inspected t by-work bring dime ou the great lslhuitsii canal and Incidentally shattered tbe tradition that an Auierkwn president must nut. during hi term or office, visit any land other than hi owu During hla stay on the inthmii the president visited' the republic of Panama. and for a time was under the protect tnu of tbe Panaman flag. Uu hi return vinage he made a brief call at Porto Rico. A congress for cunaideruiion of method of social education will be held In Boston thla week. The first session will be held on Friday and the meeting a will continued for three day. Mauy authorities on social science will participate In the meeting and take pail In tbe discussion on a wide rauge of subjects. Dsmeerats Will Investigate. Au aftermath of tbe receut election iu New oYrk which promises to attract wide attention ts scheduled for Monday, when a special committee of th New York stale Democratic commute will meet in New York City to Investigate charges of party Irregularity against Patrick H. McCarren, the Democratic leader of Kings county. Th charge against. Mci'arn-la that ha Instigated tha "srratebtug' which met William R. Hesrat. the Democratic candidate for gorerimr, so dearly In Kings county. Mr. McCarren haa beea quoted as saying that he will make no defense before the committee as he la convinced that he will be aa a member, but that ho will carry the fight to th courts. Throe officers of the Mutual Reserve Life insurance company who were Indicted on charge of grand larceny and forgery following tba Insurance Investigation of a year ago.,wlll go cm trial tMouday. They are Frederick A. Burnham, provident of the Company; George D. Eldrtdge, vice president. and Georg Burn bain, aocrolary, A mass meeting to voice a items ad that congress make a full Investigation of tha dismissal from Lbe army of Ihe negro soidlers of lbs Twenty-fiftInfantry la scheduled to be held at Cooiier Union In New York City next Thursday. Also Mime time during the week a large delegation of mlnla-ter-, with lawyer who have been retained on behalf of the negro an Idlers, will visit President Rooaevrit at Washington ami urge him to roopt-th case. Tha grand opera aeason In New York will open Monday evening at the Metropolitan opera house with GounodV "Romeo and Juliet." Th season will continue shout four mouths. Church Dsdication. Many of the most Illustrious prelate of the Roman Catholic church in Ameiira will guihtr at Itlelim-md- , Ya, on Thanksgiving day to taka part In dedicalbe ceremonies the attending tion of tha Cathedral of tba Sacred nsw edifice, which will Heart. Tha take Its place as one of the four graai-es- t cathedrals In tha country, la the gift of Thomas F, Ryan, tbe New York llnuucler. of Chester Gillette, The trial rharged with tbe murder of Grace hla sweetheart, Brawn, which attracted wide attention, will lie continued at Herkimer this week. Tha proHeCutlon la expected to finish Its case early In tha week and the defense then for tba first time will show M'leh speculation as to Its hand. will what plan Gillette's attorneys adopt to combat tbe chain of circumstances set up by tha stsla has been rouned, but to thla time not even a bint of wbat lb ay propose to do ha permitted to become publjr. Tha big sporting event of the week will be tha annual struggle for supremacy on the football gridiron between the army and navy The match will be played at Philadelphia on Saturday. A fistic battle for the heavyweight rhamjiiunshlp of the world Is scheduled for Thanksgiving day. The contest will be between Philadelphia Jack OBrien and Tommy Hunt and tbe scene of the conflict. Ins Angoh-a- . Convsntisn at Tangiar. Tbe diplomatic board will meet at Tangier, Morocco. November 27, for tlio purpose of considering tiro new international agreement and the enThe forcement of It provision. United States has mA yet approved the treaty carrying Into enforcement the agreement reached at the Algect-ro- s conference, but December 12 ba been fixed as Ihe (late ,,f It conald-erstloby tbe United Stales senate. A special emergency meeting of tbe National Liberal Federation baa been called to meet In London, November the 27. Tbe principal resolution a conference will ileal with the education bill, which la at present agitating England and will declare that the return of the Liberal party to power haa whether the again raised the questionhoune of comhouse of lords or the mons shsll prevsil, aad furthermore that the bill, aa U reached the liiiuae of lorda. cMitalneri tha maximum of The bill government iwnccsalona. stage passed thro'igb It committee In the house of lord. November 22, fifteen after a discussion covering day a. The suit brought by the creditor of Count Bonl de Castellano will be the tribunal of first resumed Instance In Paris. November 2. when Maitre Cmpfil. counsel for Madamo Gould, formerly the Countess tie will roply to the argument presented by attorney for the creditors. YN ti la the bliumng days lien leaves all studies hang iu tha air. ihe flower fail, and birds are mute. Aad life goe with a heavy fnot. And All praiae to Him vrtutae love foresees And makes the night dews, the cool breeae. And. tilnsMui thougfal T of Cod! the abaile, comfort every weary head. Pall Mall (iaaetta. iVliiH's." said th iNitrlot, "la be-- a n.erc trade." coming Nevei iiiiud." answered Bcuutor tSorgbuiu "su hmg a It Isn't n trade iu w'filch ur side gtd the worn of 1(." Waahtugtiui tiiar. Trad Mark ALLENS BBB ELOUR CO. Little Vteif Mills, Manasaa, Win D0S0T0 & COXPANY 155 25th Street FANCY CASH GROCERIES DRY GOODS fOR fALL JUST ARRIVED WANT ADS YIELD BIG REBULTB. Overcoats and Suits for Men, ltoja and Children are the inoat complete lines In tfiff City, and at prices to nuit every h IkpIj. Dont buy till yon call look ua over. n one-tim- e n Diseases of th gtotnscta, Liver, Kidneys and Bladder. Heart Disease Ha-tul-a Rheumatism. Asthma, Nervous Troubles, 8L ltua Dance. Pilea, aiid all Rectal Trouble Tap Worn. Blood Mndai frma aay, cause, Di seaae a peculiar to Women. ANT PRIVATE UUUSAJMB Of MEN quickly cuted to atay cured. is FRESL Corns ot oica Retofinbcp tfatf cudIdiUm b&4 Tomorrow may be too lets. Call or writ. DR. ESTES, SPECIALIST (Boyla Office hoars, 10 a. m. to 5 p. n. 1461 Washington Av. Block). Ogden. Utah. Katranca Room If. Remember th number. Caa-tei'an- DAY November TO SALT LAKE EXCURSION 29 and 29. NT ADS YIELD wNT ADS BIG RESULTS. RIG RESULTS. YIELD BIG RE9UITS. At-Inn- e. Nov. 28th and 20th. Cheap round 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. VU Oregon ftmrt Line. All train round trip. Ticket gn.rt to return until Ttwcn.lier 3rd. 51.10 R. S. CAMPBELL, General Manager W. WADE. Agent rip rates to nointa on t O. R. L., U. P. and S. P. within I'.Ing point. mile of s dlnanre of the Ask ax-- ms 2'' to return nnrll Doc. 3rd. fot Turhvr purMrularo. Tirkite gud g mmamatmmma e THANKSGIVING and Putnam Clothing House , WANT ADg YIELD Ja Paelfle Ceaat Factory, CaL Eaateni Factery, n n On November 2 and December 18. One fare plus 52 from Utah points to Kansas City, Chicago, Minneapolis, Denver and Intermediate Omaha, points. Limit, 60 days. Stopovers. FOr further Information write L. H. Harding, genera! agent, Balt Lake City. EXCURSION . .' - OgdvQ' 1. Thou Shalt noi gambling. 2. Thou shall not permit prostitution. k 5. Thou shall not peruili sahama to a 1 ..u.-ilii-- 'uL.tiiii.ii- fit- - ,l'.'.i r jutst i are aot being very aeil enforced tu last year ' :!. i THE OF .i don't rqgauu after ihm ourselves. If no proceedings hut a vug hi against theae law loss ma , i.r ,u Kauai. then we might re.-- that prohibition is auc success! til. Kansaa I Meanwhik-tarr-e detag real well, thank are a few Utah prohibition that held, the " ito a ...ii reas-tthat siwtiY Si brius sent into W'im.-.after ; I tu forger. ;br laws l.i asau'iet foi We gery didn't prohibit g g Hot-lau- Devotion Matinee Satnrday $ M. CHAR PIE before IN DAHOMY II MISS MABEL CLAYTON COOLIDGE MISS LEOTA S. KENNEDY on a r THASKtGlVlNG. OF - Tbe doubt d 40 40 PEOPLE PrMMtlni PRICES: 71a, 80c, 25c. TEt !ii-- '' I:- NEWS FORECAST . L!E --V-, ) j; di'ii ha lit felt-'i- ECONOMICS. DUSKY With COMMIT EDITORIAL '.w hi 1 Nl iHH.NlVt;, '"rv movement to tu ric!l aro rucuiug wrait it mi f evidentprohibit. BY W. C. T. U. R. Mgi. . nut I'A: - A HOUSE Direction Northwestern Theatiieal Aaeeeiation. :u .1-"- TA1I. i J CSX2 V. .....