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|Ogden Morning Examiner
ITT A 11, EXAMINER: OGDEN, NORTHWESTERN THEATRICAL ASSOCIATION. DIRECTION R. ALEXANDER GRANT, Resident Manager. ' i IMMENSE SUCCESS Telling In a Most Delightful Manner a Story of Heart Interest Produced on a scale of Spectacular Magnificence SEAT SALE NOW ON. Monday Night. The Record Breaking Musical Comedy Btfste? Brown BY R. F. OUTOAULT latest version of tlie Universal Hit Strongest cant It has ever bad Prettieat and Best Singing and Dancing Chorua in Musical Comedy . juxswwxn-Tin- - SEAT SALE NOW ON. 25c, 50c, 75c, fLOO. Saturday Mat. and Night Juy)y(VMeooaonnannnAAAnnnfr.iaaaaAaAAAaaooaooooosoaf SWEELEY, SIIIPMAN PRESENT Mrs. J. M. Cries and Uule daughter left Monday for Dai lav, Tea., for a few months' stay with Mra. Cries' Alberta G&ll&flm IN A MAGNIFICENT SCENIC! PRODUCTION OF THE FAMOUS ROOK Dorothy Vernon of Haddon Hall UTILIZING TWO CARLOADS OF COMPANY OF 25 ARTISTS. SCENERY AND A ft .50 Ogden Auditorium One Week Commencing Monday, Dec. 24 MR. HARLEY DAVIDSON All-Aro- und - JUST ARRIVED THIS MORNING, AND YOU SHOULD SEE THE BEAUT. THEY WILL MAKE HANDSOME PRESENTS. ITL DESIGNS. CARD PARTY. Packard anMias Irene Overton entertained of their nounce the engagement evendaughter, Lillian, to Ernest Burton of about twenty friends on Monday card Salt Lake, the wedding to take place ing at n pleasantly arranged party. The game was high live and after New Year'. price were won by Charlie Thurston Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Bagley announce nnd Miss Grace Roberts. The decoholly the marriage of their daughter. Flor- rations were in green and red, ence Eleanor, to James A. Pearson of and carnations being used in profuranCanandaiga, X. Y. Tha ceremony sion. In the dining room green took place Tuesday, December J8th, at dies with red shades furnished the illumination and sprays of holly were Plorhe, Nev. scattered loosely over the doth. A ' Mias Maude Stone entertained a small Christmas tree prettily decoratnumber of her girl friends at dinner ed formed the centerpiece and at each After appeasing end of the table was n vnso of deep Monday evening. The hostess was astheir hunger, the young ladies merrily red carnations. the Misses Daisy Greens sisted by the and In muaio gamea, participated moat favored pastime being the hilar- end Harriet Stone. ious game of Pit." PRETTY LUNCHEON. Miaaes Mabel and Alice Coltman, Miss Beatrice Wllmer was hostess students at the Sacred Heart academy, left Friday night for their home at yesterday afternoon at a beautifully Idaho Falls, where they will spend appointed luncheon. The rooms wera holiday colors and greens the holidays. Mis Alice will return bright withRed and green prevailed In ta resume her studies at the academy nnd white. the decorations. In the dining room when school reopens. ribbons Interwoven with holly exCards are out announcing the mar tended from ths chandelier to the corthe table nnd a large cut ringe of Mias Florence B. Anderson ners of nnd Frank 1. Henderatmt which will glass vase of ted. carnations waa'ln Coven were he solemnised Monday at noon. A re ths center of 8 oclock laid for the following guests: Misses 2 to follow will from orptiou at the home of (he bride's slater, Mrs. Ruth Clifford, Mjijtlei Wanton. Carrie BeVerly, Erma Jafksotf,' Lonme Clear Charles H. Greenweil. son, Carrie Gleaegh, Ire no Reed. Mary Vliat promises to he the most bril- Herd, Louise Dodge, Stella Warren, Stanley, Edna liant social events of the season will Helen Stanley, MurielAlice Davis, Miloccur n the evening of January 2; Gray. Pefrl Baker, when a grand reception nnd ball will dred Russell, Grace Clifford and Kathbe given In honor of visiting teachers, ryn Barker. The hostess was assistwho will he here January 1, 2. 2 and ed by Mra. Richard Wllmer. 4. to attend the convention of the BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARY. Bute Teachers association. Mr. and Mr. Ffe.1 Ths Past Noble Grand rlub wera entertained at the home of Mrs. C. D. Tyree, on Thursday afternoon nnd very pleasant afternoon. One of the features of the afternoon's pleasure was ths presentation of a very pretty silver cake basket with the season's greeting to the hostess from members of 'the club. en-Joy- OGDEN HISTORICAL SOCIETY. The members of the Ogden Historical Society with their guesU, Mipses Party and Kyle, met Saturday at the borne of Mra. Condon on Madison avenue gnd spent a pleasant and profit' abl afternoon. Mra. Sebring led the discussion o the current tuple while Mrs. Corey conducted ths history review. At the conclusion f ths pro gram, in which all present took n lively Interest, the ususl dainty collar lion was served by the hostess. GAY-8MIT- The wedding of Mlu Florence Gay, daughter of Mr. nnd Mra. John Gay, and Nicholas O. Smith of Salt Lake occurred Thursday noon In the Balt I.ka temple. In the evening an Informal reception was tendered the young couple at the home of the groom's parents. Apostle and Mrs. John Henry Smith. Mr. nnd Mrs Smith will reside In Balt A Holds Worlds Medal for Fast Skating CHRISTMAS WELCOME GIFT. For the fifth year every member In good standing belonging to Bego lodge No. 18. Fraternal Union of America, will receive one month'a dues and free. As this Is s large insurance organisation a considerable sum 4 money Is thus returned to the members, and coming at tltla season la and welcomed. highly appreciated May every member live to enjoy many such anniversaries. C. E. Cook, secretary. HOME CULTURE CLUB. The Home Culture club met this week at the home of Mrs. William Craig. The home waa fragrant with lowering plants and vases The lesson, the of cut flowers. first three of the Tudor sovereigns. whs conducted by Mra. McCracken. In two1 weeks Mr. Craig will conduct the leaon and she Invited the club to meet with her again, which invitation was gladly accepted. CHRISTMAS IN GERMANY. Thtd will be pleasant Christmas In Germany owing to the prosperity. yw people are out Berlin. Dec. 22. AMUSEMENTS. UTAHNA THEATER TONIGHT! Skater Admission, Afternoon, 10 Cent Admission, Evenings.-- 1 5 Cents LOTS OF TOYS j AND THEY ARE THE KIND OF TOYS Y OU EXPECT AT MUDER ATE PRICES. DATE AND HERE-UP-- TO ' The Worlds Champion Fast, Fancy and t t On Tuesday aveulng n merry crowd of high school boys and girls, with n i few of their friends, drove out to North parents, Ogden in n hay rack to attend n party Mr. and Mis. D. M. Fisk nnd daugh- given by Miss Leilie Warren. The wfrs spent In playing games ter of Council Bluffs, la., are in the evening 11 o'clock a delicious lunch at city, the guests of Mrs. Fisk's alster,' and At an early hour in the j was served. Mrs. J. A. Smith. morning the Jolly party left for the Mr nnd Mrs. David Littlefield nnd city. The Ogdenites present were: Fay little daughter of Wood River, Ore:, ar- rived In the city Thursday and will fierce, May Cook. Joaie Bune, Florence Whipple, Beatrice Dalton, Alfa, spend the holidays here. retta Markle, Cora Wyatt, ivy GunThe Child Culture rlub met this nell, Alvin Bune, Carl Clark, Elmer week with Mrs. M. J. Thomas on Mad- Bovle. Douglass, Reeves, Ralph Shirk, ison avenue. The meeting will be Saint Hall, Bnvd Wyatt, Fred Whipple held next week at the home of Mrs. and George Vaughn. Rich. & CO. EMOTIONAL ACTRESS PRICES 25c TO Late Shipment of Bavarian China Dolls I Dolls I Dolls I Oh, my! What expressions of joy and happiness as the title ones pass through, jud view the thousands of pretty dolls that-aron exhibition, and without doubt the largest collection ever brought to Og-- , Wooden Toys Doll Cradles, Pianos, Tool Chests, Washboards, Rocking Chairs, Laundry Sets, etc. e den. A boa nt ifuf line of bisque, jointed dolls, arrayed in silks and satins and dainty wash materials. Trices from 38c up to iron Toys Iron Trains, Sad Irons, Toy Stores,Ranks, Hammers, Pistols and an endless. variety of others. 50. A large assortment of dolls, at 25c and up to fl.25. Books, Games and Blocks jointed kid-bod- y The dolls that are excitiug the admiration and wonder of the little folks are our unbreakable talking dolls. Price 5c to 35c. We also hare all other kinds of dolls that you1 can speak of, at very small prices. Card Games, Xovelty Games, Picture Books, Linen Picture Books, Story Books for boys and girls, Building Blocks, A. B. C. Blocks, Picture Blocks, etc., all for the little folks, to make them happy ' for Xmas. Mechanical Toys Automobiles, Steam and Walking Toys. Engines, Trains ' We have an endless variety of other - things' for old and young and all at Holiday Prices. the-tabl- NEW COSTUMES MEW MUSIC NEW SCENERY NEW COMEDY BUSTER BROWN BOBBY BURNS BRIGADE 30 GREAT BIG SONG HITS 20 . .. rrtc t HAY RACK PARTY. Fur OUTCAST ' SHCPPBMG Uttw CARPENTERS E.J. f Price 25c, 50c and 75c, of work, there are no beggar, and there Is less evidence of niierv atuung the poorer classes than in years paat. The parcels post warehouses sre tou number of lira. lau Y. Joae of the capital h small to contain theThegreat total la swelled at tho holiday packages. a guest of Mr. W. H. bv more parcels from the United Reed. i Bisuta than ever before. Several hunSire. W. H. Cheevers .pent a few dred American residents in . Berlin the American church thia days of the week In Salt Lake with gathered at morning, and Mrs. Tower, the wife of friend. the American inUMaor, distributed Miss Caroline Evan left Tuesday presents to the chiilreii from n Urge for Denver, to spend the Christmas tree. holidays with friends. 10u. 23, orn. y mE Sire. Frances Hiliou left today for Chicago, and will awl later for Europe. TONIGHT. DECEMBER MORNING, URL OF SOCIETY THE Grand Opera House Sl'NDAY THE STOWAWAY MATINEE PRICE SATURDAY 30c Rasr NEW YORK RACKET STORE cago, was employed by the Russian government to watch the consul's office and keep the czar s emissaries la formed as to the activities of the Jewish revolutionary band in Chicago, was discovered yesterday. Isaac Uptschlc one of the heads of the Jewish bund and a noted "underground worker In Rusal a. recognized Lutheran Church Corner Twenty-thir- d e photograph of Dereylan and --declared and Jefferson avenue. O. A. Elm the dead secretary had Impersonated a woman and Joined the buod qulst, pastor. Sunday: Swedish morning service in January, 1905. ha" bad been at 11 a. m.; subject, What Are You?" Ha said also that Luther League at 7 p. m, mads one of the receivers of tbs famous "dynamite fund" and that as English service at I o'clock. Christmas Day, Dec. 25. "Mile. Racknowits, ahe had been enAt 6 a. m. the old fashioned Swed- trusted with 6273, the receipt of a ish 'Julotta will be celebrated. The revolutionary meeting In 1905. For church will be beautifully Illuminated some reason this fund never reached with caudles. , the Russian confederates of the local At 7:30 p. m. the Sunday achool and revolutionaries, but on suspicion atChildren's Chorus will give Its an- tached to "Mile. Racknowits," as Ponual Christmas program, consisting of tions of the dynamite fund" frequentrecitations, cantatas, tableaux, solos, ly went astray In transit. duets and choruses, to which It Dereylan also had been auapeeted the public. A merry by Prince Engalltcheff, Russian vice Christmas to all. consul' In Chicago, according ti friends of the prince. Tbe First Congregation Church Noble Strong Elderkln. pastor. NO COAL CARS. The Bunday before'Christmaa. The morning service at 11 o'clock Scranton, Kan., Dec, 22- - All of the with special Christmas music. Preachi coal mines here are closed becauso cam to haul away lug by the pastor upon "The Unfinishthere are in empty ed Business of Christmas." the fuel This 1 causing a went are The Sunday school will have charge amang the miners, who of the evening service at .7:30 oclock. hardship of work. Orders fur coal out A special program baa been arranged. prompouring In every day. There Is that a the Santa Fe officials ise by First Church of Christ Scientist-Chu- rch number of trains will be sent out next edifice corner Twenty-fourt- h week. street and IJncoln avenue. Services 11 a. m.; subject, "Christian Science." Sunday school at 10 a. m. testimonial Wednesday evening meetings, 7:30 p. m. Free reading room. 212 Eccles building .Open dally from 2 to 5 p. m. Temple, Washington avenue, between h and Twenty-sixtstreets. Subject, "Christian 8clence." Sunday .school at 10 a. m. testimonial Wednesday evening meetings are held at 8 p. m. Tlie public is cordially Invited to attend these services. h Twenty-fift- First Methodist Episcopal Church block east of Washington street. David avenue. Twenty-fourtW. Crane, pastor. Sunday services: 10:00 a. m., Sunday school; W. L. Underwood, superintendent. Preaching service at 11:00 a. m. by the pastor, Christmas Sermon." Ep worth League devotional service at G:30 p. m.; leader, Miss Addle Rowse. Regular preaching service In the TOLSTOI CIRCLE. .evening at 7:20, by the pastor; sub" The Tolstoi circle met December 8 ject, Christ with the Church. There .will be special music at all at the pleasant home of Mra. X. Kuhn. Roll call waa responded to by of these serviced, with the orchestra quotations from Longfellow. Mra. In the 8unday school and pipe organ at the church services. The public Is 'a Newcomb read the poem, Paul cordially Invited to attend all of the Ride, by Longfellow. The lessons on the history of the meetings, United States wera continued. Mrs. Cook read an article on the battles of German Evangelical St. Panl'a and JefIslington and Bunker Hill, and was Church Corner Twenty-thirfollowed by Mra. Rarlg with an ar- ferson. Theodore Wobus, pastor. 611 ticle on the siege of Boston. The Twenty-thirstreet. continental war were discussed by Xn preaching service. all. Tbe timely topic waa led by Mrs. at 2 p. m. 8unday-schoPeirce, Overindnlgenoe of Children by Parents at This Season of tbe First Presbyterian Church John Year. being tbe subject. Edward Carver, pastor. BurlneM being concluded, a delightMorning worship at 11. Theme. "The ful social hour was enjoyed by all. Christmas Message in Modern Life. during which tbe hostess served Solo, Oh Holy Night" d Mra. John Cully. dainty refreshments. The club Journed to meet in three weeks, Jan- Duet Miss Pearce, Mr. Crockett uary 8, with Mrs. Meek, 2GflO Jeffer- Violin Offertory. "Serenade" Schubert son avenue. Miss Edith Corey. Evening service at 7:20; theme, The FOR MR. AND MRS. LUNDHOLM, Christmas Message to Individuals. Violin oertory, Reveerie". . .Scheunlt One of the most pleasant parties Miss Edith Corey. of (be reason was given by Miss An- Solo, The New Born King"..LEspolr Mrs. Ashworth. nie Higgins last Monday evening at her home at the Lincoln Hotel, in Quartette Miss Mitchell, Mies Pearce, Mr. Monk, Mr. Crockett honor nf Mr. and Mrs. Lundholm, recently of Omaha. The parlors wera Solo, Night Star of Bethlehem". . . ... decorated In re. I nnd green, large red Dudley Buck bells being used effectively, while the Miss Lou MltchelL dainty white tally cards were decSunday school at 12:20. , orated with small red roses. Endeavor at 6:30. The early pert of the evening was spent playing cards, first prises beChurrh of the Good Shepherd Coring awarded to Mra. Lundholm and ner Grant and Twenty-fourt'Alfred Mr. Kelly. Miss Hawkins and Mr. Brown, rector. Davia winning the boobies. No services or Sunday school at this At midnight the guests were usher- church today or on Christmas Day. It ed into the dining room where a boun- la confidently expected that the new teous repast wan served, covers being heating plant will be Installed and laid for the following: Mesdames ready for use by the following Bun-daLundholm and Mfrrka: Miaaes Harris, Johnson. 3'azel. Hawkins, Gray. Mil ier, Strakey, Healy and E. Healy First. Baptist Church 2359 Grant Messrs. Lundh ilm, Metcalf. Corbett, Ave. Horace B. Blood, pastor. Kelly. Coiuerfhrd, Bohen, Fife. Kntuss Morning service at 11 o'clock: subNordthy. Davia. Marks, Shaffer, (kirn, ject. Where Shall We Find the Dina-more doll. Wright. Clenny, Bohen, Christ?" and Strakey. Evening service at 7:30; Music and gamea afforded much The Glad Tidings of Christmassubject Tide. pleasure until the guests reluctantly Sunday school at 12 o'clock. H. L. bade their charming hostess Herrington, superintendent. Jtlnlors at 2:20; Miss Mabel Charple. superintendent. HIS FATHER-IN-LAYoung People's meeting at 6:30. The tenth lecture in the Sacred LiterKansas City. Mo., Dec. 22. Captain ature course will be given; subject. of The Bible and Jesus Christ" Hon. T. Edgar B. MacMin is the Bishop E. R. Atwill, of the Episcopal D. Johnson, instructor. church of this dry. Bishop Atwill prayer service Thnraday stated thi morning that he probably evening at 7:30. wouldgo to E Ileno late today, unless he received reports that the captain The Christian Science Society holds was out of all danger. service at 11 s. m. In the new Masonic One-hal- f - - d d ol y. son-in-la- AT 2:33. 10c, 20c, thirty-fiv- e Monday evening, about relatives lathered at the beautiful home of Mrs. David C. Eccles on Twenty-fiftstreet, to do honor to her birthday! The decorations were In keeping with the holiday season red crepe paper Christmas bells and holly being used in the parlor nnd reception room, while the dining loom. In whirh n splendid supper was served, was ' .bright with carnations nnd smllnx. The occasion might be appropriately termed the Wright family reunion, the following being present: Mra. W. H. Wright; Messrs and Mesdamea A. T. Wright, Ft T. Wright, C. H. Wright. J. E. Wright, Frank Wright, Will Wright. Gus Wright, A. L. Brown, Luke Crawshaw, D. Hamer; Mines Bertha Eccles and Florence G william, Mr. Arthur Wright, Josh Grant 0. D. Mid-wee- k . AH h are welcome. PAROCHIAL 0 SCHOOL DESTROYED. Where Four Thousand Pupils Were Enrolled. Chicago. Dec. 22. Fire early today practically destroyed the big St. Stanislaus pnmcblsl school at Noble and Bradley streets. The building waa a seven-stor- y brick structure and was attended by approximately 4, NX) day pupils mostly of Polish parent ge. None of the these children waa In the building at the time of the outbreak of the fire. Nearly 101) sifters In charge of the school work, under the direction of Bister Superior Rogeria, had apartments on the top floor of the school building. All of them are reported to have escaped. The loss Is estimated at $250,000. Fifty Polish societies held their meetings in the building. The fire Is aald to have been discovered In one of the rooms occupied last night by one of these societies. NICOLAI DEREYLAN IDENTIFIED. Alleged Woman, Husband of Thret Wives, Was a Spy. Chicago, Dec. 22. The Inter-Ocea- n today lays: That Nicolai Dereylan. alleged woman. "husband" of three wives and confidential sesretary of Baron Von Schlippi nbach, Russian consul In Chi- - IF IT IS A HAT You need we have IL and throe oj make at Ishingly low prices. It 1 not teo to make a Xmas present of Come in and let ns show you what have. ( the most Mrs. te C.-- j' E. W. DAYIS PALACE ROYAL MILLINERY 2438 Washington Avsnus. PLACE YOUR ORDERS MITCHELL WITH BROS Monuments, Copings sad nroj atones. Don't buy from ageura as they get large eomu;?" and you have to pay them. x your bom people first . opposite City Cemetery.