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THE ..h Socllmg IMM Is there auyil.iu- - , u n..l,rfi:i as the eye? 1 do loi b i v.-u.e weather may he . s.cv.t fail. In the wildest of Uulila. :i t'.:irils. when the thermometer rog.MKH :ct J, below xero, when t! ty.-- i n:;i freexe, when the thr-- . i frwxes. hen rveu the torso. n eeii-rand chamois skla the nose nnd ears are iru.-- t l:it-- wheu the hair even crackles lu the Mas' -when all is lost aio;,:v:!T!y. the cyi-suffer no pain, but to perform their normal fum-tioiThe people of the must Inclement, most frgtd regions of the extreme north buudle up everyth lug but their eyes. Ic t'anaila you may have a man to nidi at you all of a sudden auj slap a handful of enow on your ears nr now or uouth. but he never attacks your eyes. The. eyas are never frost hiiteu. They seem to suffer ouly in a strong wtud which carries In Its rurreut some irritating substance, as sand lu the desert or fine "coriander saod" in the polar re (tons. And yet. notwithstanding this, the eyes are the most sensitive of out several organa New York Preea. ta Bueli at Laat. Tibbie was a Scotch lass, hardworking and comely. 8h ruled over a grateful and BUiqireeaed family of New Englanders for eight years, and then announced her Intention of marrying within alx weeks. 1 suppose it la Rab whom you mean to marry, Tibbie T asked her nominal mistress, referring to a tall, mild faced young Scotchman who had spout more or leas time in Tibbie's aimtleae kitchen for the laat three years. "It to, announced Tibbie calmly. "Here he's tiem coining and sittlug wi mi all those times and never a word o' luerrylug. Ho at long last I said to him, if you're no mind to tak me. Rab. ye nil Jlst aay so, and I'U spend nae more on bright ribbons to ait up wi' jo, but I'll tak' my uiouey to buy oue of those talking machines that plays tunes, after I've paid for a atrip o' new oilcloth to cover the floor where youre worn out the old oue, and tbeu I'll tak my releeglons hooka and settle down In quiet.' "Rabbin waa so concerned at my drear proapecta and the thoughts o' my saving ho said be would ha'e mo whenever I got ready. - aw.-iL-e- 3. The tact that ii hSSSIT OtiVc. Congress are tu meet 2 the for the abort session had the of giving early In the day an appearance of activity 'uch'aa it haa not presented since '. laat June. The ?Sition never develop, much of the to those used to attendingother of Congress, but no a session seems to posses. !Laier charm for the average dtl ST Today la evidently not going as the be an exception to the rule, visitors rorrfdore were not without aven before senators and membersa to arrive and there was Marked increase as the day advanced. Sort of the attendants were from was the ut of the city and there oT memberelor importunity usual These were, as usual, freely tickets at least both riven and for the time constituents were Congressmen and ImiU hB?th visitors and members founi the rest building In excellent ahape ns Is the structo receive them. Vast ture it has been thoroughly reno valid ioth lnaide and outside during the recess and it looked as dean sad newer building. inviting as many a reAll of the committee rooms have ceived a thorough overhauling; the and uictures have been rejuvenated urn chambers completely cleaned up. Senators end members of the House linen to arrive eerly In the day and there were many cordial greeting: floors. in the corridors and on the The experiences of the lata campaign wtre a fruitful source of remark, but although many of the meetings were between Republicans and Demoany crats there was no evidence of combut the best feeling. The new ers generally expressed the opinion that the short session would witness little legislation beyond the passage of the appropriation bills. But if any one thlnka we will not And something to talk about he has another guess," said one of them, and there was general acquiescence. i Dec. I. Three rape Washington, with the traditional little Ivory gavel Kair-banIn the hand of Vice President over brought sudden stillness the the three galleries surrounding the senate chamber and ushered in sesfirst minutes of the senate's last congress at sion of the Fifty-nint- h Tl'ESDAV UTAH. FURNISHED FurmmuJ KENT Gran: Avr. FEMALE room. ROOMS. tiui. 26-'-- l rjiiu.o 13 ii-i;-- Double isrior, ilolhss closet; strict.) model u ; u!o ingta Wall rooms for aentUmei.. 2(i(!7 FOR RENT ns sio. FURNISHED rooms, storage. ihona HELP WANTED. U 6 im 1144. WANTED Experienced cliambern.aii 13 3 it at Healy Hotel. ANTES A guud girl for general furnished rooms, housework; small family; good FOR RENT Clean wuh bath, th roughly renovated; wage. 3731 Madison ate. roc m. The also light housekut-pinMrs. S. L. S4th Bl 363 Colonial, WANTED A good laundress, Ogden Chlrn. Manager. General Hospital, at once. FOP. KENT Furnished rooms suitable WANTED-U- lrt for geueral housework lor gvntlemsa. 162 23rd. 3 in lamiiy. Mis. D. J. hlslcne, 2639 A (lain a. 11 23 if. ran RENT Furuikbsd rooms. nett Block. WANTED A chambermaid at the Denver House. i BOARD AND ROOM. g Ben-8-fl-t- f 4--if WANTED Good girl for housework. 402 27th at. general WANTED genera! Good housework, SITUATIONS 2613 girl for Madison WANTED, tf Dressmaking at 461 27th St.; children's clothes a specialty. Mrs. L. M. Smith. Rhone 353-- Street. 449 26th phone. family of two. two furnished rooms (with board preferred). In modem house in good location. Address 8, l Patrick. If P. O. Bus 4 hi, Ogden. WANTED-F- or MALE HELP WANTED. MEN AND BOYS, Plumbing or brick laying trade puya 5 to (6 per day; we teach you by practical Instruction in 3 months; position guarfree catalogue. anteed; Coyne Trade School, 4376 Easton Ave., St. Louis. Mo. FOR RENT HOUSES. RENT Fbur roomed house, elecf tric light, water, block off car line. 778K Bell phone. 1XH1 one-hal- r. 1 1 18 Norn years cv-e;- Grant. ELLEN BUSINESS street. I:3 Clerk. Women of Woodcraft, Ogden Circle CHANCES. Kent;; mut Inquire 3 IS TVR SAl.K ing town. EASTMAN, UNION DEPOT TIME CARD Washington Avenue 1133-lw- 681, Twreuiy-hfl- meets every Tuesday night at 7:56 o'clock, K. of P. halL Uillnf Neighbors Invited. Dues can be paid at the office of Ed Auth the afternoon of tha 26th of each month. First National Bank ALDEN. U. N, US Twonty-ixi- h Party leav h tf Bldg-SUSI- FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS ManiMin FOR 8A1.E pigeons cows, Apply 2023 u.ii.-- ate. 75 Pyniitutli lml. 5017 FOR SA1.R Good K.x-- honier L cow plv 2166 Adams. auj calf. street. MARIE CR1TE9, Clerk. 2731 Avenue. Mon-ro- e LADIES OF THE MACCABEES. N& Silver Hive No. 1, moots the second No. m. and fourth Tuesdays at 2:10 p. at N O'Neill HaU, Twenty-fift- h treat Vis- j 13-- Fast 6 2 iting slaters cordially Invited. FOR SALE Furniture of three rooms cheap. 2266 Adams. YOLK own terms on p'anus and violins; also other musical good. 114-i- t naat L tabus. Depart. Mall 1:20 Eatsnt express... 8:60 Overbad Limited, for Omaha, Bluffs. ilMvwAia-aa- BK8S1E 8EBKING. L. C. LUCY NELSON, R. K. KNIGHTS OF THE MACCABEESb Pan-tone- Ogden Tent, No. 24, meela the aeo-en- d anf fourth Friday evening at 6 o'clock sharp. In L O. O. F. halL Visiting Kuigbta cordially invited to attend. J. W. IIALSEY. Commander. F. F. BOND, Record Keeper. 4-- tf b tf amt. s City and east, 3:06 dally .. No .112 Ogden and Echo.. 6:20 gn. nja. No. 6 Lua Angela UnlIH 7:00 pnb 4 Atlantic express for Denver, Omaha, THE RELIABLE Clairvoyant. PalmHo. 3 MASONIC. ist and Medium ta located permaail Telia 173 27ih SL at nently Qurea Esther Chapter No. 4, O. things. Her predicUon for correct- S. Regular meetings held at Maaonlo ness are vouched for by press and Hall oa avenue, between Washington 11-pubiw. Twenty-fift- h streets No.111 and Twenty-aixtthe first ad third Fridays of each No. 3 HAIR GOODS AND COSTUMES. month. Sojourelng members cordialX ly invited to attend. HAIR SWITCHES for sale at reduced ELSIE BADOON, W. M. rncea. Hair chains a specialty. LILLIE HALSTEAD. Secretary. tor rent Masquerade costumes to balls and theaters. All mall order ORDER OF RAILWAY CONDUCTORS promptly ausudad to. Mr. . Lee, 7 321 24th. P. O. Bus 435. Waaatch Division No. 124, O. R. C. meetn second and fourth Friday at INSURANCE. 2:10 p, tt. in K. of P. hall oornar Washington avenue and 34th atreab W. N. PIERCE, Notary Public, Roal All brothers are cordially invited to InEstate; Fire, life and Accident attend. surance, 467 24lb Bl GEO. ALLEN, CL CL D. L. BOYLU, S. and T. 1 ll-12l- 8ego Lily Circle, No. 174. meet aeooml and fourth Friday night t 7:36. in K. of P. halL YUiung neighbors cordially Invited. 2459 MRS. BESSIE 1 , U. N. jt-- CLAIRVOYANT. WANTED Three or four furnished r.ionia for housekeeping on car Hue Bell and close to school. 4U3-- Good nurse wants position; Mr. M. J. Fails. Obstetric nursing preferred. Fbone Herman Falls, 246 Wash. Are. or HAVE a iiinie m co.iuln for orphan or ildirii" ia.it. Beil phone room and FOR RENT First class board at tha Virginia; moat popular WANTED, ROOMS AND 80ARD. WANTED WANTED Bell boy, 17 of age. Reed Hotel. U'Vail. AhV. PROFESSIONAL BOARD AND R,OOM WANTED At.KNTS WANTED Tail Mo 9 a m. h t. a p. u.. fan ba Mod. Co., 3361 1 Until. WOMEN OF WOODCRAFT. FOR RENT Modern froi.t room with board, suitable for two- - 614 24th at. place in the city. FEMALE. 1. WANTED. for FOR BALE Two good fu'th about IVc. IS. rooms FuratohJd housekeeping. 2226 Lincoln. FOR RENT NY 11-f- 'EM III' R PERSONAL. FUR KENT FUur or live furnished Ave. loom. Apply 3133 I D fit AGENTS Furniautd gfta St FUR RENT ON THIS ADVERTISEMENTS PAGE COST ONE CENT PER WORD FOR EACH INSERTION. NO LESS INSERTION FIRST THAN 25 CENTS. ALL ADVER TISEMENTS MUST BE PAID IN EXCEPTING BUtl ADVANCE. NESS HOUSES RUNNING OPEN BOOK ACCOUNTS WITH US. MORNING. Council Bluffs, Kan- sas City and all putats east, dally.. 7:30 pja. Arrive. California express. from Council Bluff, Omaha, Daavar, Kansas City sad ( 1:41 and Echo... 10:30 a.m. Fast Mall 3:00 pjo. Overland Llmltud. from Omaha, Council Bluffs, Kansas City, Denver and all' points east, 4:50 gn, daily ,, I am Angeles Limited ,. a,.,,,,,,,. 5:00 p,nb 2Ogden JUNK. FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES. THE INDEPENDENT JUNK CO. buys aU kinds of Junk. Bell phone 626Z. Inquire 2342 Fraternal Order ef Eagles, Ogdaa ind. phone 3693IX Green A Jacob-ace- , Aerie, No. LEGAL. Ill, T. O. E meets every FOR RENT. FURNISHED HOUSES. 8146 Pacific. Monday ovouing in Eagle hall oast North of Ogden Depart. CONSTABLE'S SALE OF REAL of Rood hotel at 6:00. Visiting Broth- haatiag Dnn the Alga ea Skew. FOR RENT Furnished house, five IF YOU litre any kind of Junk, 'pbona ESTATE. are Invited to attend the No. 3 Furtland, Epokane, The quest for a moral la provoked ly Eagles to Ogden Junk Houae; we will call Aerie meet Inge. rooms, modem, on Tweuty-eveniPocatello and Butte a long list of skeelng accidents In the for IL Bell 91100 226K; ind. 725. St. 825.0(1. E. Auth. room 26, First 3:21 UK Court for Marriott J. C. UA8BERQ, W. President express, dally the Justice's la ran exercise the itself In hardly Alps. Ild-SmNo. 33 Mated and Keltoa National Bank building. Preclni-t- , Weber county, Utah. D. T. TRACY. Secretary. Before bo considered more perilous than skatlocal via Brigham, DR. H. B. FORBES, Aerie Pkyslctar P. Terry, Justice of the ing, though the proportion of sprained Timothy MUSICIANS' DIRECTORY. leave dally except MONEY TO LOAM. Peace. ankles and twitted tendon ta higher, William J. Bybee, plaintiff, vs. Walter 1:20 S.IL B. P. O. ELKS, Sunday No. 7 Fast MONEY ADVANCED ON 8ALARIE& MR. A. H. GROSE Expert Piano TunMall. Portbut when the akeer akeea a distance F. Reid, defendant. er and Repairer. With Barnes' Muaw from bla base and venture upon un land, Epokane, PoTo be sold for cash at constable's People holding ntariod positions Ogden Lodge, No. 710, meets every store. Grand Opera House Blk. who are in need of money can be catello and Butte, familiar gronnd there are at least sale on Wednesday, twenty-aixt- b Tuesday evening. Lodge sad club (26) 12:16 p.m. supplied quickly and confidentially, dally rooms, second floor Masonic building. three waya In which calamity ta liable day of December, 1906, at 12 o'cock X OSTEOPATHY. Cache Valley et-without security or endorsement; 3410 Washington Avenue. to befall him. On a glacier be may noon of said day, from the south en1:20 p.m. W. D. BROWN, E. R. preaa, dally pay back la amall weekly or monthbreak through tba a now t nidge which trance to the county court bouse, loGORDON G. IVE8, CORA Q. IVES, credit once North ef Ogden Arrive. H. your J. ly payments; KNAL'SS, h Secretory. Twenty-fourtof on cated the aide north a ho ta trying to ahoot and bo buried in 6 Fatal at my office you oan get Mall from Oaieopatba, graduates from pareat street, between Washington and crevasse. On the hills Ida he may skea Lewis-Stay-aa moment' notice. D. li. at Mo. money school, WASHINGTON. Portland, ORDER Klrkviltaj Spokane. OF Weber Adams avennea, Ogden City, Bcclea bldg. Pocatello and Hutto, block. Bulla 66. Treatment by Drake, 410-1violently down a ateep place and. un- county, Utah, the following described end men bla 7: 10 n.m. to L Hours I a. m. able ta arrest I Ogden Union, No. 171, Order ot pace, by shoeing real estate, to wit: appoint daily MONEY to losB ta targe or small P. m. Boll phono 1014K. ind. 1012. Washington, meets every Tuesday No. 12 Cache Valley exAlmoat anywhere, over a precipice. All of lot 13, block It, Nob mil adsums on Improved real estate at a 10:25 an, press, daily unless he knows the sign, he may akee dition to Ogden City, Utah. evening at I o'clock in A. O. U. W. rate of interest. N 10 Portland, Hpokaaa, PHYSICIANS reasonable No. SURGEONS. AND to Invited oomredat kail In the tracks of an avalanche and be Visiting H. E. STEELE. eommlasiou or expanse for securing Butte and Pocatello attend. overwhelmed. Exam pica sf each of Constable of Ogden City, Marriott loan. No delator publicity. Call, DR. A. FERNLUND, Physician and 5:65 pjb WILLIAM DOYLE, President. express, . three several kinds of disaster hare product, Weber county, Utah. I7I1-ANo.' il-t 34 Mai ad sad &eltoa ltn lad. Pbona No WALTER RICHEY, Secretary. burgsou. Office hours, 10 and 13 a. Dated December 1806. 8, Dio each of and been 4 presented, lately local, via Brigham, m, I to p. m. 140 85 lb 8b Office disasters conveys a warning of which MONEY TO LOAN ea farms and city arrive dally except Phone, Bell 516K; tad. 675. MODERN WOOD! EN OF AMERICA. CONSTABLE SALE. KENNEDY HUNTER name A aatato. whose amateur skevra, real deuce 646 Wash. ind. pimee 503. nowadays 6:25 p.m. Sunday Roam 6, First NsUmuU Bask Bull to legion, would do well to take n Utah Camp, No. 9930, A. W, AGEE, In the Municipal Court of Ogden STEAMSHIP AGENT. careful note. London Graphic. V. C.; J. H. SHAFER. Clerk. Meet South of Ogdon Depart. City, Weber County, State of Utah. every Tuesday Bight at Kails Hall 5 Na 4 Eastern ex preaa .. 4:10 a. ML Tha Plngree National Bank, plain- MONEY TO LOAN J. i. BROMMITT. 0. D. RASMUSSEN-Representi- ng tho awiabcre ladled. m. Identified. Visiting p. clntlr tiff, va. Jamea J. Varney, defendant Na g Portland, Spokane, While Star Line, Rad Star Line, Do8b walked into a branch bank on To be sold at constable sale on the Butte and Pocatello LOST. Scanminion Amu lean Line, Line, AMERICA. OF FORESTERS for Balt Lake City, upper Broadway and ptinhed a check 21at day of December, 1306, at 12 dinavian American Line, Holland 7:50 am, oclock, noon, at tha front door of tha LOST Neoklare and Jacket between dally through the paying teller window. American Liao and Tha Hamburg Foresters of No, Court Weeatoh, I, "You will bare to be Identified," said County Court House in Ogden City. American Line. Passeaitera booked America. Meets L O. U. F. hall 54th Na 5 Local fur Balt Lake Ogden bridge and Canyon road. Mon1:50 am. Weber County, Utah, the lands and City, dally be. "I don't know yon, madam." from or to any point of Europe to tract, first and third Wednesday ogram "A on locket. Return to said City, County Na 12 CAch Valley to 4b4 Canyon road. of the United States. 2357 eveaioga of each mocLh at 7:16. "You don't, eh? said the woman, premises situate in and any part described a Balt Lake City.... 10:40 am. State, known and 3351 Washington Ava, Ogdaa, with fire in her eye. "Aren't yon the and O. W. HALSEY, C. R. follows: No. 2 United for Balt Gold watch. casa; Utah. LOST 4 Hunting n haa tt p. A. GARNER, Sacratory. father of the Smith family that All of Lota flftaan (15) and sixteen lake City, Provo, photograph lnaide cover. Return to flat in tha Pileremla apartments?" (16) in Block two (I) of Klng'a AddiKephl and Juab, Standard receive reward. SANITARY WORK U. W. A. tion to Ogden City, Utah. 4y 510 PAL dally H. STEELE, Constable of Ogden LOST Fox terrier dog. Answers to DOFS! ef all kinds. Bell Loa Angeles Lim"Well, I am the red headed Janltren C09Z. S A. O. U. W, Na II 'phone No, Lodge Fidelity Utah. 5.50 pm Weber .. ited County, that your wife's always complaining City Precinct, Nela. McCarty, 3725 Grant the name of Buster, Hetura 706 Meets to A. O. U. W. hail every Sat- Na 10 Portland, Spokane, Dated, Ogden, Utah, November 30, 11 26 Iwk about. When yon left home thla mornReward. ianth. urday erasing- - Visiting brothers 1806. Butte and Pocatello TAILORS, ing I heard yon say: 'Emily, if our to Balt Lake City, DOLLARS reward for return FIVE children get fighting with that old fury IL W. H. mmes The Werfi VKallr, 1:20 daily ,. Cloth one red dehorned milch cow. Telcleaned and pressed 51 a in the baaement dont quarrel with her. WALTER RICHEY, Recorder. Very curious has been the history of ephone 68, F. B. Slater, 558 2 2nd. month, 167 15tb BL Bell phone 65SZ. W. N. PEIRCE, Financier. Walt till I get horns and let me talk the word Kaffir Hr Henry RawUn-ao11 7 tf. South ef Ogdan Arrive. with her.' Now, if yon think yon can ones said that the loveliest oriental VETERINARY SURGEON. ODD FELLOWS. ( I with" an Portland, Spokane, Na of beat the argument get Kaffir a was ever MISCELLANEOUS. sera he bad WANTED, lady Butte and Pocatello "Heres your money, madam, said alare loosen-eD. P. M1LLIKEN, graduate veterinary at Kabul. When she had express from Balt Ogdaa Lodge Na 5. Independent On the paying teller. And she took It nnd aurgeon. Calls answered night or der of Odd Fellow. Meeta her golden hair aha eould cover her WANTED Slock to food for the win13:50 am. Lake City went Everybody's Magailna. V.. J. Kaneavllle. Hestmark, ter, by day. Office, Ogden Feed and Sato G F. hall every Tuesday evening. Na 5 Atlantic aelf completely as with a veil. This express BL 22nd 475 2211 Wash. Are. Stable, Apply Both from Salt Lake City ialtlng brother cordially lafltod to name of Kaffir Is aa worldwide as Where Llweelw Pet the WktUtsn, phone; night phone 46GK. Intermediate ha present and ta name of for the it Isltmtom, head of horses te WANTED Forty A soldier at whose house when a boy S:05 A. B. GRAFF, Noble Grant potato, dally Mohammetree Dl F. applied by WINDOW CLEANING. feed for tha winter. Apply to Lincoln paused in hto tramps In IlliHENRY KISSEL Secretary. 7 Portland, Spokane, Na SL 550 22nd the faith. Bell phone Richardson, nois and who lent Mm a whetstone to dans to those that refuse Butta and Pocatello 58 IE. ' UTAH window and house cleaning The Fortuguese found It applied to the express from Balt Queen City, Rebekak ledga Na 4. sharpen hto Jaekknifo met him during Janitor and porter work. Sam second and Aral Lake Ctiy, dally.. . .11:15 am. I O. O. F. hall. Meat the war In Washington. Lincoln re- negroes of east Africa by their FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. Co, Ball 1035K. Office 414 fourth Friday evenings at Odd Fellowa Na 1 Fast Mall from Balt membered the Incident and epoke of praderesaora and handed It on to tha 25th SL atreab Visiting Lake City, dally.... 1:1V pm. l ll-t- f Hall Twenty-fourtDutch and to tho English. The Kaffir FOR SALE A good the use of the whetstone. brick res11 Cache Valley invited. No. members of one to at alare Kabul " belonged drawled out the old soldier, idence with cellar and barn; more from Balt ESTHER RANDALL, Noble Grand. acre of land; oa ear f FRATERNAL "whatever did yon do with the whet- those black clad mountain tribes lr than LOLA WOODBEKRY, Secy. Lake Prova MISS City. stone! I never could find It We the heart of Afghanistan, who till IBM line, $2,600. Chaunocy Parry. Cor. Nephl and Juab, 2Srd and Wash. IndeROYAL ARCANUM. 'lowed mebbe yon took It along with defied tbelr Moslem neighbors and oa 1 1 a 1 1 5:15 pta. Junction City Lodge Na If, dally of Odd Fellows, meeta Na 17 Loo Angaleo Urn-l- a Order No, no! I put it on top of the their dlsay precipices gloated on tbell EIGHT-ROOyon. pendent frame house, modern, 5:45 p.m. 1. O. O. F. hall every Thursday Safest and beat Insuraa men for Mebbe idolatry. These Afghan Kaffirs els Its gatepost that high one." lot, bargain, $2,750.00. large 7:05 pjn. two or three thousand doilara. evening. Visiting brothers cordially reachcould to be whs elae Greeks descended hare from the did. Nobody yon Five-roofreme house, city wat- one, Mountain Council Na 637, invited to be present Rocky ed It, and none of ui ever thought to came with Alexandre in hto conquest er, largo fok aop, $750.00. Kelly A meeta second and fourth Friday avem JAMES BUNK, N. 0. look there for It There It was found of the rash 1182-t-f Herrick. WALTER RICHEY, Secretary. tags at A. O. U. W. ball over Howwhere It was placed fifteen year beell's store. YiaiUng brothers cordially fore. The soldier reported the fact to A PwiUki Trick, DEGREE OF POCAHONTAS. InrHed. LEGAL. the president Take a place of writing paper about FRANK FOULGER, Regent three Inches square and with n lead LEEOTAH COUNCIL, Ka I, D. of P, J. W. WOTHKRSPOON, Collector. NOTICE TO WATER USERS. Wasted m Pass. G. XL ROBERTS, Secretary. meets every Wednesday erasing at Why pencil tlia point of which haa been When Jim Fisk was lu hto glory as dipped In water, draw a circle, a I o'clock. Eagle llalL Dues can bo State Office, Engineer's FRATERNAL BROTHERHOOOl a railroad magnate one day be waa square, a trieegia or any 'other geo- Salt Lake City, Utah. Nov. 15, 1906. paid to Susie Aides, C. of W, 111 Depart. 30th St. greatly annoyed by people asking for metrical figure. Prt the paper care Notice ia hereby given that the Ore6 Atlantis Mall for Na PLANE. J. MAMIE Pocahootaa. 87L Na T. F. B, Ogden Ledge, passes over his rosd for all aorta of folly on a pan of water, letting It float gon Short Line Railroad Company, by menm Salt Lake CKy, ALICE COLUNS, K. of R. second and fourth Tuoadaya at reasons. lie was well worked up when and Ira ring the surface dry. Carefully 1U chief engineer, William Ashton, Proveearnand all 7:45 A. U. O. ta halL W, p. ia, Visiting anb a seedy looking Individual asked for a drop water on the surface of the paper whose postoffice address ta Salt Lake mtmbsrs potato Invited. RATHBONE SISTERS. cordially has made application la 12 To Balt Lake City Na pass and ask'-- d sharply. On what until the space within the figure It City, Utah, with H. D. ADAMS, President the requirements of Intermediate and filled. The moistened pencil linn wlU accordance grounds do you aak for a pasaf CORA HOBBS, Secretary. Meets every Saturday afternoon at 9:00 am. dally points, The applicant replied, "Because I keep It from flowing outside the figure Chapter IDS, Sessionten Laws of Utah, T. R. MILLER, Treasurer. 1:10 la Pythian hall. Utah National So. 14 Salt Lake passen(10) cable feet 1365, to appropriate do not want to pay my fare." Now place ike point of a pin over book Bank building. Sojourning slitera cor1.15 p.m. ... second of water, which rises ta ger DEGREE OF HONOR. Flak called a clerk and said to him: point In the figure near the edge. Th( per dially invited to attend. limited for Band Ridge Cut on the Oregon Short Atlantic K& MR8. NELLIE FRYER, M. E. C. "Give tble man a pass to anywhere pin point must penetrate the surface Lino Railroad, In Websr county, Utah, Salt Lake City, MRS. ISABEL WYANT, M. of R. Ogdon Ledga No. 1, meeta every and return. He ta the first man that of the waer. but must cet touch the Said water will he collected in n basin, Lendvllle, Provo, evening at I o'clock at the and C. baa told the truth today. Boston Her- paper. At once the parre will float which ta situated nt a point 2,000 feet Wednesday Pueblo, Denver and W. hall Vial ting member U. A. O. southfeet of the north ald. all points east, dally 3:53 p.m. around until the pin potato directly tc west and 1,356 Mrs. Jemima Fur-nla-a, of Section 81, Township 6 cordially invited. Mrs. corner east express Atlantic the of the ( See wrier ko if of figure. C. . H.; Jeanette Hill yot north. Range 1 west. Salt Lake basa A Caaete ef Balia. tor Balt Lake City, can find out why it does this. Miss L. Jennie Proul re- Southern Pacific Company financier; Counfrom small in On the edge of a river where it will bs and meridian, pueblo, Denver aad corder. all points east, dally 7:4 p.m. conveyed for n distance of 6,000 feet ty Cavan, Ireland, ta a atone with this and Her tllnm Ptrtin, ta a pipe line, there naed from Inscription: "When thla atone Is out WOODMEN OF THE WORLD. Depart. 1 December 31, inclusive, of "Mr. Jones Just got a divorce from January to of sight It ta not safe to ford the river. : No. 3 Pacific express for railroad purIL Arrive. But thla ta even surpassed by the fa- Ler husband for throwing salad in hr each year, for general ta Weber Camp. No. 74. meets in K. and Francisco San This application designated aaid poses. face." In Utah National Bank dug. mous post erected some years ago by hall P. of expresa Intermediate point, Na 3 Pacific "Did she get alimony?" asked the ta the tSate Engineer's office aa No. building every Thursday evening at g the surveyors of tbs Kent (England) from Denver. Pueb1006. dally other. Visiting Wood me cordially o'clock. roads: "This ta tha bridle path to 5 P trifle No. the of lo, Provo, Balt Lake All tgalnat protests granting "No. replied the first. "She got the invited to attend. If you ran't read thla you CKy and all potato through aaid application, stating the reasons C. C. LORIN G. HEXINOER, salsd." New York Press. cl sen, Fran east dally .....12:06 a.m. had better keep to the main road. therefor, must be made by affidavit in E. AUTH. Clerk, First Nat'l Bai.fr No. 9 -- Faat Mall No. 11 Ogden passenger. .11:2 am, duplicate and filed in thla office within .Building. Do not try tv drive your employe thirty (30) days after the completion f p a c 1 fi c Limited Na 1 Overland Iiliitl Pltaeaa. Salt Lake foom Arrive. , "My friend," said the man who waa ahead of you. but keep ahead of them of the pulUcatlnn of this notice. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. Denver Provo. CALEB TANNER. with City, com on. them to Invite Of Success harliei's out and Mall the chair No. lu Feist getting east.ll:20 a.m all and potato State No. Engineer. 2. Knights of No. 6 Atlantic a slasbeJ cheek, "you hare enlightened Magaalne. express Ogden Lodge, Mail from first November of lPadfio e No. Date Frantsco publication, from Ban meet at Castle Hall, Utah my mind oa a point that has hitherto Pueblo, Denver, date of completion of publica- Pvthtaa, 7:20 a.m Disorder In a drawing room ta vul 12th; December dally been a mystery." National Bank building, every MonLeadvllle. Salt lake 12th, 2:50 p.m All K. of P.'n requested Limited.. Overland tion, No. ta "What ia that, sir? an evening. day gar; antiquary's study. nuL Tin City and all points express Na 4 Atlantic- to ireft with ua For the first time I understand why Mack battle stain on a soldiers fara la 2:40 p.R east, dally C. C. ADS YIELD BIG RESULTS F.wndsro San MARRIOTT, front WANT BENIAV1N was ta former times the village barber from Sanpete No. 13 j D0t vulgar, hut the llrty fora of a Intermediate flF.ir.F.R. M. or F. and it. E 6:55 px also expected to be the town surgeon. honwmaiil Is. Itufhlii, Valley 5.50 p.m. L N. 11E!D, K of R. and S. poluts. daily WANT ADS YIELD BIG RESULTS. Washlnrtnn Hfar FOR house. REXT'-Pa- rt unfuruUhed Adams, 12 I Iw of .- h noon today. o. tf Porsker, It la understood, haa decided to offer In the senate, early this week, a resolution of Inquirya Into' the dismissal from the army of United battalion of the Twenty-fiftStates infantry (colored), as a result of the "shooting up of Brownsville, Texas, on the night of August 13th, last." The senator's resolution will request the President or the war department to furnish the senate with all the farts In the ease, Including especorially the evidence upon which the der of dismissal waa based. The purpose of asking for the Is to permit a clear Judgment whether sa Injustice has been done any of the members of the disgraced organisation. The question hue been "without raised whether dismissal honor," which the colored men suffer-ed- , does not deprive them illegally of admilitary rights, such as pensions, mission to soldiers' homes, etc. The question of spelling undoubtedly will receive attention at the hands of congress this week. The of the house committee on appropriations, which provided the executive and Judicial appropriation bill, will report that a measure to the full committee today with the old form of spelling retained and it will be ter the committee to decide whether the simplified spelling method shall be used. There Is s possibility that thoCongreT .local Record will contain both styles of spelling. Representative Charles Lendls, chairman of the House committee on printing, in discussing the question said : The Congressional Record will continue to he printed as heretofore. 1 mean that (he simplified spelling rules will not apply to the Record. Of course, in printing the President's messags In the Raoord, the simplified spelling forme that appear in that will be reproduced, but other-wl.the Record will continue to be fireside comthe same panion a r of yore. The friends of the ship subsidy bill are insistent that that measure receive consideration at thla session. The bill is still in committee in the House, but its friends think they will be able to get it out in due season and have It considered. Speaker Cannon and many other prominent members of the House arrived at the capital long before the opening of the Houae and engaged in a reunion and Informal discussion of occupy probable issues which will their attention. discusswas The Japanese situation ed quite generally by the members and the opinion was expressed freely that measure affecting the Japanese tnay he introduced In the I ouae at any Senator h de-tai- ls doo-ume- e time. Representative Kahn of California said he does not think the California delegation will take immediate atepa to push any legislation affecting the Japanese. He said that the California delegation probably will hold a meeting within two weeks for the discussion of the eltnatlnn and doubtless will act as a unit in case decision Is reached to urge the passage of any special measure. Two Japanese exclusion bills, one by Representative McKinley, of California, and the oth-f- T by Representative Hayes of California. aie now pending in congress. Representative Needham of California was the first member of the delegation from that state to reach the espttol. Hr. Needham is not from the Ran Francisco district and consequent" ly Is not in close touch with the situation In that city arising from the exclusion of the Japanese from the public schools sttended by white children. He said, however, that he believes the present agitation will gradually die out and the situation will quietly settle Itseir. MET AND ADJOURNED. Washington .Dec. 3. The two houses of congress were called to order at 12 o'clock today. At 12:44 the senate adjourned until tomorrow. The houee adjourned at n. Waiter will you have some of 'bese post cards as a remembrance f he hotel? 0:ist (who has been pretty well fleereij i Thank voo; but I have somd 1 aaaure Powerful remembrances, ' Lustlge Blatter. - c s S 12:53 p. FUR ih-ey- One of the First L8'lt0n- EXAMINER: OGDEN, FOR RENT HOUSES OF CONGRESS WERE CALLED TO ORDER AT NOON YESTERDAY. i MORNING er 1 12-3-- 3-- -- a ja. . d iiLft Po-lan- o h ex-pre-as "Ya-a-a,- one-hal- tf It ....... ........