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TUT EXAMINE II, MOIIN'INO Of! PEN, George D. Hunter, John Martin. Jr., and Edwin D. Bi.iglixm. They report the value of the real property of the as 67.955 and the pereuna! property at 0460. Harry Sheehan, employed at the George A. Lowe Hardware company, has received word of the death of hi father la hi home town In Pennsylvania. Mr Sheehan will leave for the east thla morning. PATTItDAY I'TAIT, MORNING, DECEMBER lono. S, A LOCATION INTERESTING MEETING OF' e demented soldiers from Twelve the Philippines passed through Ogden yesterday on Past Mail No. 10, bound for Washington, D. C In charge of an officer and half a dnsen soldier. They were kept under dose surveillance on me train and not allowed to get oft at all. Pees: Funeral services over the DISTINCTIVELY A CREAM OF TARTAR SAKINC POVDER Lindquist's undertaking parlors. terment la City eemetary. Royal does not contain an atom of phosphatie acid (which is the product of bones digested in sulphuric acid) or of alum (which is one-thisulphuric arid) substances adopted for other baking powders beoiuse of their cheapness. The claas of of waa entertained by Mias Hannah White, last Friday evening. The rooms were prettily decorated lu school color, and a good ROOMS Independent 'Phone Sail 'Phono, twa rings SUSINESS OFFICE Independent 'Phono BoH 'Phono, ano ring tlma was enjoyed. The ouwf-towguests were Mias Edna Smith and Mias Rose Bergitrs.au, of Salt Lake. Captain Graves began work upfier rlasanien Wednesday The hoys were given their ruction In military training, enthusiastic over she werk. voex. (ho wife of Charles Bhurtllff; wo the BKitbor of fifteen children, tnd leaves on brother mad a lumber of slaters. Remain may ha viewed at IJndquUt's EXAMINER TELEPHONES EDITORIAL m, aiw Na. SI 1 to to 6 No. Bl undortuking parlor from i p. ui. fodav. Tho body will bo ahippod No. M to Loulsvljle, Idaho, fur interment. I No. 56 Kaamuson fell down the a (airway at the rear of hit a tore lent night mad sustained lujurfe that ere mote painful than fataL He wae worto lag late In the ntore and etepped to the rear where the cellar dour had been left open, from the doer he etepped Mo apane end landed at the bottom of the cellar eevaral feet beO. D. W. A. Wetiell. supervisor of music of the Salt lake City rho"ln, was in the city yesterday arranglug for tho program la the manic oectlon of the leacherY coavontlon. in the skating race between Hamer and Poison, held In Salt Lake last night, Hamer w as defeated by the Balt lke man. Captain and Mrs. Harlan, of the Salvation Army, are preparing an entertainment for ChrUima night, which will be given la the hall, corner of Twenty-fiftand Uoauln avenue street, On thla night a delightful program will be rendered and Santa Claus low. will distribute toys, candy and fruits other Corn! Corn Another ear hint in to the children not having any at AetHla. Both phone. 2284 Wash- Christmas. Leat year over- 2tM toys and candy were distributed. ington avenue. Mabel aaaaalt with latent to commit rape), lb defendant waa arraigned in the district coart yeatarday afternoon, waived time and entered n plea of not entity. was granted a decree of divorce la the district cnert from Emanuel Bchearer, upon the grounds erualty and Soar IV hearer t. Reproeontatlreelwot Harry Joaoph of Salt Lake was an Ogden evening. 06 Gussle Hooper, 'OS. Dorothy Bigelow. 09 latwrence Dee, '09 Myron Mies, 09 Ploeale, Imcaa. '09 12. Maude Paine, '07. Haul Wallace, '07. Blanche Williams, '07. Bertha Laird, 18 Zuia Hess, '08 Viola Clancy, 08. Elveretla lJttleflald, 09. Dora Smith, 09. Helen Gibbs, '04. Florence Baird, '10. Darrell Grcenwell, '10. Claude Coray, '19, Mabel Wllons, '10. The ooeaty clerk yesterday received the proclamation of Governor Cutler The horning out of a chimney bat appointing David McKay ao eommla-aione-r of Weber county to succeed night at 7:12 o'clock called the flee Stanford, resigned. Mr. McKay department to 2!B4 Adams arenue. Joseph Tha damage waa alight to the prop-art- has not Bled hi official bond, but will which la owned by Peter Peter-an- do ao la ttme to assume his dutiea at tha wit regular session of the board. and occupied by T. A. Jooe. f INDIAN . ASSOCIATION. MAKES VIOLENT ATTACK. a Died. Yesterday, at 2 p. m, at her street. residence, U Twenty-eightNancy A. ShurtUff, aged 4H yearn, months and 14 daya. Deceased waa h Brussels, Deo. 7. M. Van Der Velde, the leader of the Socialist party, deJ. W. Drumberk, a mining expert, livered a speech In the ehambor of has arrived in Ogden from Nevada, to deputies today In which he violently Inspect some properties la tho Sierra attacked the administration of the Madra district. the malCongo Independent State-antreatment of the native thereof. In ' Tha laventery and appraisement the course of his remarks he designed la tha matter of the estate of Hana iKng ijenpold ae associate and and D. Peterwoa baa been filed with the an emulator of the chiefs of the greet county alerk. The appraiser were American commercial combines. Get Ready Again for The Big' Event look forward to the thousands HOLIDAY DISPLAY come thla week aud ace a Let and more wonderful display than ever before. WE who our annual larger, grander TRUMPET this welcome nawa to the public with onr aasuranre that pricey on all goods We are In full Christmas trim are marked down to marvelous depths now ready for the grand nsh we always esprrlenre; do sol wait until the lr- moment Our prices and sty les are surely trade winners. Goods selected now will be beautifully engraved free of charge Don't expert much engraving from the 2udi of December on, for any Jeweler 1 too busy then to at I end to It properly. HERE'S A FEW OF THEM FoM GjI.I Signet Ring. $1.75 $1.75 So. id Gold Struct King 14k Solid Ctold, Fin? Ruby Doublet $2.50 Solid Gild Turquoise Stone 14k $10.00 14k Solid Gold, 3 genuine diamonds The Scribes sustained their reputation aa bowlers last sight by defeat team, two lug th Rhupe-VMlhagames out ef three. Although there were no sensational aoorts made, the games were Interesting from start to finish. The highest score waa made by Thomas, with 632 pins; Morton waa second, with 503 pins; CUay was third, with a score of 489 pin, fioasner was the only one of the newspaper mea that showed up company, gav out tha following stote-inan- t at the alleye, but a total was secured yet ter day, tn answer to th ques- that did good work. Th following la th score: to whether the new aboj's tion would b located la Salt Lak (Tty ur not: "No I would not go ao far as to ny that or to designate any point where car plants would bs built. They will bo erected where needed. However, w already have an order placed for 4, 00 refrigerator car." In discussing the matter last even-lug- , prominent business man stated that as long as the Harrlman interests had established their large shops sad were contemplating the erection of a foundry la Ogoen, that some effort should he made on the part ef the people of this place to induce the company Ogden Loeee to Brigham City. to build the propoaej car shops la th'a A bunch of would-b- e bowlers want city. The railroad company has pie space west of their yards for sev- to Brigham City Thursday night to eral large buildings and yards and show the fruit pickers a few things with a Util work on the part of some about bewHng, but Instead of showof Ogdens energetic citliens another ing. they were shown. The fruit pickers trimmed the Lobsters two games industry may be added to the list out ef three, and with a scare of 2,431 to 2,305. Many Ills coma from Impure blood The results were: Can't have pure blued with faultv digestion, laxy liver and sluggish bowels. Burdock Blood Bitters strengthens stomach, bowels and liver, and purifies the blood. Her-rima- a fihupo-WIMiaiw- s. -- II WAsTrIOT a Leva Letter Get Astray and Caused a Commetien. To have loved and lost Is better than to have never loved at alL" Tbla la th substance of a congratulatory meitage received by Phil Wray, a young contractor who la Installing th heating and plumbing system In the Federal building, who was married to NORTH CCDEI ROTES Mtsa Charlotte Krlaer by Key. D. W. Crane last evening, Wray and hla bride claim Oakalooaa, Thomas Clayton Bhupa Diet Leaving Many Warm Friends. Iowa, aa their residence and whether one of Pbll'a Jilted Oakalooaa glrla la It la with sorrow and sympathy for Jobbing him or whether it la a Jok of aoma of the boya at the building la the bereft that we chroaicle the death of Thomaa Clayton Shupe, n worthy yet to be explained. Thla morning when Wray went to and highly respected member of our tha Federal building he found tacked community, Ha dlM Wednesday of upon tha door a typewritten letter, heart trouble after an Illness of sums which was bubbling over with tender weeks. He comes of a sturdy type, worda of loro and endearment and kls father, James Wright Bhups, being aa old veteran of the Mormon battalsigned NeiL" Of course, while th ywnng man waa ion, and both parents natives ef Virbusily engaged lu reeding the touch- ginia. Having become Identified with ing epistle, nearly nil the the employee the Mormon ehurch, they emigrated In the entire bnildlng happened" by to Ogdon, where Thomas was bora, and aaw the perplexed and worried II yean ago. Ha was baptised and look upon the young contractor's face. confirmed by I J. Holthier. He moved with hla parents to North Ogden, During the excitement and evptano-tlonthat followed. Wray loat the where he became a blacksmith and letter and hla hride found It and now general woodworker. Hla father havthere la trouble. The cause of what ing died k succeeded to bin fathers buslneae. He was ordained an elder waa thought to be a riot at tha Fedla the chureh and married Sarah L. eral building Is as follows: Mr. Phil Wray. Ogden, Vtah. My Campbell, by whom he lee res four children, who with their mother and dear, delightful, darling, dutton don for: It I with mingled pain and n large circle of Mends, mourn hla pleasure that 1 now steal tbe Urn to loss and Imitate hi worthy example address this to you, my own, nwant of Integrity and devotion, na a trim and faithful Letter Day Saint. bunch of loveliness. The funeral services will be held In Every time I think of you. my brain whirls around like n bumblebee th North Ogden meeting hone next under a glaae tumbler; my heart flops Sunday. Interment In Ogden Qity viscemetery. up aud down like a churn-dasheThe Sunday school has appointed J. ions of esctatlc rapture caper over It W. Gibson. Thomas Storey, William on a stable and like young goata roof, thrill like Spanish needles through a M. Ellis, Precllln Montgomery and " Grace Bailey as a committee to select pair of new linen trouser. Your eyes are glorious to behold. and cast a drama to be presented for In thlr llu Id depth 1 see myriads of the benefit of the Sunday school. A little cupldi bathing like a cohert of committee representing all departantu in an old army cracker, your ments was also appointed to arrange nnse Is aa a piece of Pythian marble, a concert to be presented by the Sunyour mouth Is like the rosebud and to day school. A free dance for the children has been arranged for Christmas revel In It pleasure la my one s de-sir- s. As a gosling swimmeth la n mud puddle, ao swiuimeth I In the sea of glory whenever I think of you. "Remember, Mr. Wray, that I am only waiting for tbe time to come when you will say to me In ancents sweet and low. Dparest, will you name Hite dev' and yuur answer shall be YES.' But In the meantime. I will the liberty of classing myself Yours forever. Nell." take aa. STRELT CARS IRF.ECULR Difficult to Run Thsm Regularly ing Coal Ihortag. Is a Select Your Xtnns Presents Now We have a safe place to keep then. nr. 1 you roll for them before Knots 1 Are Here & CO. JEWELERS. J. S. LEWIS At the Big Clock, Washington Av AND WE WILL EVERY ARTICLE SOLD 18 FULLY GUARANTEED IF ANY ARTICLE WE SELL DOES NOT PROVE ENTIRELY SATISFACTORY. Orders Promptly filled. Mail here Anytli:r picnired forwarded Immediately. paid and delivery guara-r.seupon receipt of pries. small chance that for the - REFUND MONEY s.-.i- Is i0 exmeted to disappear be- ,f fore a wave plenty, which will follow If th rar ar diverted for fuel service aa premised. A woman's of the labor organised In uni-- irfon ifr,py far the protection of men haa heeu City. day evening. AT RIKX Leads the testants. Again Is the voting contest nt the Auditorium. Mies Glens Laahus now leads the contestant. The vote yesterday was exceedingly heavy. It appears that Miss Laahus' friea.ls were out lu force. It le expected that before tha final vote the contest will be very close. Tha result iff last nights vote is: Glens Laahua 1,684 Rosabel Soowcroft 1,276 SIS May Bosen Dollle Walker 268 Net Carver Myrtle Ballinger Diana Saunders Pauline Everett Edna Pierann Bertha Jarvis Estelle Campbell Nannie Wheat Alla Rowley Nettie Stalir WILL PROVIDE 33-5- g well-knew- n y bald-heade- d pur-poe- e well-know- a Con- Dur- remain. ler of the winter tho street car system wIT be able to run Its regular number of rurs on Its regular uu the ability of railroad schedule, officials tn fulfill their promises depends m the question of fuel which has caused rea of grief to Supt. Hal ley and lit assl'ants. Fallowing a visit to Salt lake yesterday. when a vigorous kirk was registered aga nst the method in vogue of sidetracking ca: billed to Ogden, a car cf coni was reoelved at the power hnuae and more :irr sxpectej today. The Hah Fu.- company, upon whose shoulders tho hviinens of supplying th lore! company fuel falls. Is Ing and sLippii i; one car per day tn mav the hops that enough be received to safeguard th company from future In general. i situation Is below normal with n for Improvement. When vor the oupply runs so such s of protests reach lw. t'-ear of t::e powers that be that In mercy them selves relief Is rushed f trasr.l Or, are still scarce sad freight buainw-- - is growing. Several hundred will 'Pleased by the eugar weeks and the companies shortage John Jones has bsen confined to his home for some time by a severe attack of rheumatism. The condition ef L. W. WT.Hnms, who haa been Buffering for some time with general debility incident to old age. remains unchanged. Elisha Bingham of the state hoard visited local Y. M. M. 1. A. Wednes- Miss Laahus over-suppl- We Buy Direct From the Manufacturer and Save Yog the Middleman's Profit day. VOTING CONTEST rh 50c Solid Go!d Baby Ring Set With Stones This Week 50c. Holiday Shopper Always Welcome SHUPE-WILLIAM- The question ns to where th system will erect Its car shops ems to m a matter of soma otmce;n in I'Ub. Sines th etory of th organisation of tha Pacific Fralt Express company appeared In this paper yesterday, there hag been n great deal of speculation m to where tbs plant wtU b established. W. H Bancroft, vie provident and general manager of the Oregon Short Litie, and the president of th new There & $2.75 THE TEAM. Defeated by Railroad Ha Amp! tpac West of Ogden's Crack Team-I- s tbs Brigham City Team by n Yards for Several Large Largs Sears. Building. Hew New Turk. Dee. 7. The national Indian association today adopted resolutions asking congress to legislate against the use of public funds for the aid of sectarian school and resos lutions urging tho paessge by of lawe for the protection of Indian women and girls lu Alaska and for the maintenance of prohibitory liquor laws la all Indian tribes. y, Winira Drake, co net able of Wet la, Nevada, la in the city, accompanied by lira. Dr aka, who la brought here for medical treatment. DEFEAT Dr the Cross" at the Graud eouse last evening. The proi'ai-which deals with the eiorv ,l,?' Christians during Nero rime cleverly presented by a :rona n well balanced company . TWO WEEKS VACATION ORDERED James Gordon as Marcus DEC. M TO JAN. 7. gave a strong and clever lnrerpreui of the Roman, who turred Harry Morton's Naro was aa T The Coming State Teach era' Associa- characterisation. Madge Coreo-- e : Merrla. the Christian, gar , tion Wee Discussed Wage ef Teachere Allowed. portrayal of the role. Anita Aiki who ha been Been in this bafrT' and a rising young star, was vry aa Christian youth The board of education held a short V. Stephanas;C. the Stuart Johnson uiL Zimmer, erosion last night at which only a Minnie Fielding and Miaa FVliri SgT number of routine matter were con- Inaon were capital la their repei sidered. parts. Th coming state teachers' convention was discussed briefly and it was THE LITTLE HOMESTEAD." decided to make an opproprlation uf L each of the Ogdon teachers Tbe company which comes i tk whs attend the meeting. Grand on Sunday, Dec. 9th, pretm-luThe Chrfetjnas holiday vacation was beautiful emoiiunal run' set for two wseks, begin nig December dramathe of New England life, "The u,'. 31 and ending January 7. tie Homestead," beaded by William The finance committee reported the Macaulay, has been selected with 1 receipt of 810,000 from the county care aa to fitness of the individual. treasurer un account of thla year Ity of the the characters to be Fiuisiutd taaea. The result is manifested by the pm;? Tnla amount had been deposited of the public and press, in gwi with the treasurer and gave a balance able hand the beautlfel store hues of 117.127.19 cash on hand. The war none of Its refreshing elmplicitv. Wi rant fur teachers' salaries to the lacks nothing of sympathy ur fores in amount ef $7,206.65 will be drawn and It human Interests. It to appeal paid today. the author. W. B. Pattoa The eupply committee reported that All pedal scenery used ln thU pn the guna for the cadet oikanlxaiions duetiea. had been ordered. Th sanitary committee reported 0 AT THE GRAND MONDAY. cue of chicken Px and one case of scarlet fever in the city. Bereaford, th comedian, aaj It waa ordered that th teachers re- as Harry things off the it Ha many ceive two weeks' salary before the on. The funny other day hla little nephewh closing of schools for the Christmas asked him what a safety match wi. vacation. Well." said Mr. Bereaford, "a mfe-tThe matter of the abstract of title match la when a mtti for the piece of ground tbe board pro- marries an annleaa woman." Which poses to purchase on Twonty-aecon- d la aa humorous aa hie remark shout street, between Monroe and Quincy an Impecunious man who wi wus referred to the avenuea, building trying to win an young nelress. and grojada committee. Hell have to work The treasurer' report for the month her." remarked a friend. hard to via waa received, showing the receipt to Tee, but hell have to werk 1 be (36,700.73; disbursement, blamed sight harder If he don't," quoth balance, $8,259.59. The report Bereaford. wu referred to the clerk for auditing. Mr.Seat sale Tha superintendent's report for the cent to $1.50.Saturday at 19 a. n, M mouth wa received. The attendant la 4.CCI; per cent of attendance, 83.7; NEVADA SUEBIFF ARRIVES punctuality, 88.i. After allowing the usual bills aud payroll, th board adjourned. Haa Ceme to Take Charge of Here Alleged to Be Stolen. DR. CECILIA CUSTAF Sheriff Clark of Elko, Nevada, Arrived In th city yesterday for the Of Stockholm, Sweden. TELEPATHIC of taking back to Nevada the MEDIUM and MINING ESPERT. A hone and outfit that were alleged 10 graduate of Colorado Gulden Mining have been etolen by Robert Wollher school, will remain In Ogden but a and left at the home of relatives la short time, and thou who Intend to North Ogden. The young man disaconsult her should do aa at once. Dont and waa later arrested at Wells. wait until It la too late but call now ppeared that the hors waa hired It appears aud have thg lady auwer all quesWhither from aa Elko man and he by mat-totions regarding mines and mining with made away It alMany local mining men have Sheriff Clark brought along with ready profited by Dr. Gustafs advice. him na an ass 1st ant a Piute Indian, She haa assisted' many in to of ore bodle and can assist you. Not who will take the home orerlaud Elko. only can Dr. Oustaf assist you In mining speculation, but she can ass war TO IMPORT CHINESE. all questions ef life. 8be haa read people's Uvea since she waa four years Because ef the General Scarcity if of age. She works 'under tbe SwedenLaborers In Germany, borg system as demonstrated by tbe soul. Watch for my lectures. You Berlin, Dee. 7j Th resolution adwill see work that you have never seen before since Swedenborg paused opted by the West Pruanlan Agricuyeatardar out I am the only one In the WORLD ltural association at Dauxlg com mines that does hla work and he Is my guid- empowering its executive to prepare to Import Chinese aa farm ing spirit. Room 10, 417 Twenty-fourt- h laborers on account of the scarcity of street. Over Journal. uch labor, haa attracted muoh attenthe general tion aa cbarartertalng PEOPOLED TIKTiC PLANT The scarcity ef labor In Germany. howPrtMBlen ministry of agriculture, seriThe Company Purposes te Eetablieh a ever, doe not regard the matter ously and doubts whether the agricuPlant Second to None In ltural! sta Intend making a determined State. effort to carry out the resolution. Tbe of The proposed plant of tbe new Un- ministry admits the great dearth for haa which farm prevailed laborers, tie. Smelting company will be erected a number of years and ln more Intense la the heart of the Tintie mining disever before but tt evthan thla year trict, which of lata has advanced by tha Importation of Chidently regards strides as on of the promising eamps aa doubtfal coolies If expediency. inese of the wvst. Encouragement hoe been Later Information from Daaslg Indgiven the oompany of a very anbetaa-tla- l icates that tha members of the assokind eo that Its aueoeaa la partly unanimous assured. Not only are the mines lu ciation ore far from being Chlneae. of Importing Tlntlc counted upon for their ora, but on th subjectfor th moat part treat The press a large tributary territory that emof resolution the agrioultxrallsts th Beaver county, the Grand braces ae being merely a mnneuvre derived Springs country and the Deep Creek call attention to the district Is considered a country that strikinglyof to form laborers aud Impress eoardty will be opened by railroad 1, with th the necessity of melter. It la the purpose of th upon tha government Doing something to relieve tha situaa to establish of buslneae company tion. proportion equal to any of tbe plants The labor situation In tbs Industrial In Utah. Being on the other aide of Is senroaly any better eatabllehmaata Lak from Bait tbe mountain range districts. In all form ln the than nulsanre that make aides the Valley th smoke and mining manufacturing not will be valley melting precarious, that owing are interests complaining me th country around encountered cannot Tlntlc Is not suited for forma or to toe acarc!ty of labor they with their order. up keep ranches. 60 encouraging are the prospects of TRANSFER OF THEATER. th Utah Smelting oompany, to which are two plants reeponslble, already Chicago, Dee. 7. The new theater, that other sites are being considered, with a view to ultimately erecting ad- which la a unique institution la tha. In ditional smelters on them. At pretest, It tt the only endowed playhouse backal waa which and tola country, however, the energies of th company buswill h confined to the smelters of Ogby a number of prominent local te den and Tlntlc, the suooeea of which iness men. was today transferred will determine largely the policy tit B. C. Whitney of Detroit, a theatrical manager. Th transfer does expanelon. not Interfere with the present season pf the New theater and Mr. Whitney ENTERTAINED will not asinine control until th seaCOMMISSIONERS son is finished. The patronage of the theater has Mteers. Wilson, Stanford and Madsen not been targe nt any time since Guests ef Balt Lake Officials. opening. William G. Wilson, Joseph Stanford ATTORNEY BUGFENDED. and Oscar Madaoa were the guests nt John C. Mackey, W. W. Wilson and Winchester. Ky Dec. 7. W. O. KarR. M. Miller, the county commissionIn Balt Lake City ri of Louisville, the apectal judge ers f Salt county. the tn yesterday. Tha visitor were met at pointed by Gov.. Beckham ln the city and county building and tak- of Judge William Becknor of this city en for a drive to the new concrete on charges of nnpeofeaelonal conduct, suspending him bridge over the Jordon bridge, claimed rendered a decision taw tor two Fr,: to be tbe first county road concrete from th practice of ef the on la Blckmer were The visitors the ln atst. Judge bridge hc In Kentucky, returned the in and lawyer city banqueted of member n waa their train. late a on formerly home During tne term of office the rommlasionera of and at the last state election waa genattorney candidate for on been Intimate have cities the two Republican term. On one or two occasions the eral. Belt Lake commissioners have been XPLORERS CLUB. tbe ffueeie gf Comnilasionera Wilson, Stanford aud Madron. wk. Dec. 7. Dr. Frederick Tbe three Balt Lake commissioners who laet summer clhnben and Billy" Wilson retire this year immlt of Mount McKinley, and Joseph Stanford having resigned, u the guest of honor at te the meeting in Salt Lake yesterday il dinner cf the Explore was In the nature ef a farewell love ht Dr. Cook described to feast. the mountain and the.h" red by the party. Dr. Coox TREADWELL MINES CLOSED. d president of the dub. Portland. Ore., Dec. 7. A special REGIUS IN AMERICA. despatch to the Evening Telegram from Douglas, Alaska, says that for the first time In twenty years the great Treadwell mines are closed. D'wgloa and Juneau are suffering from coal famine and lack of fuel haa resulted lu the closing of tire mine. Ch-Lt- u' THOUGHT oon-gree- - TO SCRIBES OF INTEREST PEOPLE OF OGDEN. QUESTION THE GRAND. BOARD 2. A alerting allvar baby spoon for BO cents, heavier ones 74 ecu la. Special for Saturday only. J. S. Lewi A . Compear, Jewelers. E. IE Shepard of Salt Lake City. Rvery one la invited. Mrs. Sheperd will tall about the world's and national meetings of the W. 0. T. U. Craw. Rosa Maddock. '07 Mabla Clark. '07 Estella Wattta. '07 Beaala Halsted, '07 beautiful solo at the aervloea. The Inter moot was In the City cemetery, Than will be a reception given bv the ladles of the W. C. T. U. at K. of P. hall this evening la honor of Mrs. t Ellen Vnaworth. 'no t, h the eaae of the fiiat of Vtah agaUat Howard Stone, charged with lu-- and ara The following student rank first in scholarship In their claases for the month of November, attendance, punctuality and deportment included: lla funeral Ormwell Jr, announce first, the Congress academy last evening In lioupr of the football team and ibe members of the Alumni. The hall waa decorated In the Alumni and High school colors, and other decorations of n unique character adorned the walls. of the The program was suggest! epiilt which predominated during the The names of the various evening. members of the team being named after dance. of Mrs. Flem took place tho engagement of her alitor, Florence yesterday afternoon at the family resiBrown Anderson, to Frank J, Hcnder-aho- dence, on Lafayette eveuus, tha serthe marriage te take place In the vice being conducted by Rev, John Edward Carver. Mrs Parlay sang a near futate. C. H. with the evening. The students and fnculty of the gave a dunclng party at High srh-M- l - lira. In- HIGH SCHOOL BOTES rd Ml BMmw rowoea remain of J. C. Dunbar trill be held Monday, at 2 p. m., from tha Second ward houaa. Remains may be meeting viewed from lb a. m. to 1 p. m. a; GAMES SHOPS A SCHOOL BOWLING FOR CAR theaters at 214 184 ioe 123 46 36 as 34 3 jr. LABOR RESERVE. Budapest. Itae. 7 In tbe lower hones of parliament today, M. Danny!, tile Hungarian minister of agriculture, rg erring to the threatened atrlke of (aiu laborers In the county of Beks and tbs proposal to bring In 20.9M Chinere coolie to replace thorn, announced that the government would adopt the measure necessary te prevent Illegal agiia'lon and that It would organ lie a labor reserve, not of Chlua-niebut other foreigner available for Ferric in th field. The minister expressed the hop, however, that conciliation on both eldra would result in preventing the atrihe.