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- T,,K ilOUNINij k ETA Li & I". .Ilinr v :1 i.l. iv'i . i. I ua Ogden Auditorium To Hit vr Wk rz;!ui: ill luu ui liiui plji. ap; i';iri:i;, ;r Ihilt tiliir I i.c piVM'Lt Kill,! Jl. ot Eiii:,..i:iiI. 1 M dit ill Commencing m- Monday, Dec. 24th MR. HARLEY DAVIDSON Ciilli'ii lor fort .f le.ie f.ir towns (o enjoy a racatiou. Mr. Cullen began li,s service nunug tite c;m-at- i union ot the 1'uion iantlc i Platte in anil ha been continuously '.n the aeivice of ti.c road from tlut He const rui-trmany miles of tl.e Central Paclltc. ill- has given thieo am; to the aerrlce of the same cuniiiauv. and they are nil callable and valued oficer ot the compaiiy. The are Jeae Cullen, for 01:111 v years agent at Humboldt. Vv but now at West 'Vila-r- : . Mailiu Cullen, agent at and John C.ulltu, who U in the Ogden vards. ra fl V V:. - ; Prom-ont-.rv- iSx:xwV 10c. 16c. Three Japanese euajM4-(un.ier at Tucson. Ariz. are not the Japan, ae wanted at Garland, Box Elder county, ibis stale, mi a charge of lobblug their Japanese out of ell. inn. This Information was telephoned, to (lover nor John C. Cutler Wednesday afternoon of Box Elder by Bheriff county, alter he had rue- Ived ph ol the men under arrest at Turtnn and sulnniued them to (heir victims. As a result of the Improper arret In Tucson.- au effort will be made to liieutiiy tin- - three auajiects, who were taken off steamship in Yokofiaina. a few days ago. Governor Cutler will u'.lit) Secretary of State Klihu Rihii that the Arixona subpects are the wiong parties, aud request liltn to leave the Yjkohama suspects held. s it fellow-countrym- IT A UN A tilEATEP TONIGHT! R. ALEXANDER GRANT, PRICE AT 2:30. 10c, 20c, SOe see what you want for. Christmas here? Do you Brownie Cameraa FOOTBALLS. SETS. POCKET KNIVES. GILLETT SAFETY RAZORS. r Mgr. 8WEELEY, SHIPMAN A CO. PRE SENT EMOTIONAL ACTRESS -- ALBERTA GALLATIN In fact lots of things moat suitable for Christmas presents. Professor L. F. Moooch has returned iroin Msnassa. Arixona, where he has been at the head of a high school. The profits nor went prinepaliy for big he.ilth and returns much im- IN A MAGNIFICENT SCENIC OF THE PRODUCTION FAMOUS BOOK proved. Dorothy Vernon of Haddon Hall e PRICES: 25c to 91.50. SEAT SALE FRIDAY. , GRAND By betraying the trust placed in him by Bela Radish, manager of the Ctah Smelter company, Philip Spears, news- OPERA HOUSE Direction Northweotem Theatrical Association. R, A. Grant, Realdant Manager, T. S. HUTCHISON Twenty-Fift- h NIGHT SUNDAY DECEMBER 30TH. Street At Cripple thrilling play of startling Novel climaxes cf intense dramatic power. The that has pleased aucreasively from Bee the if, initial appearance. great mine arene, SEAT SALE SATURDAY. PRICES: 25c, 50e, 75c and To obtain the beet Laondry Work for the money expended. Thle la easily accomplished If you favor us with your work. If you entrust us with all your Laundry work you will not be experimenting for we have satisfactorily taken cur of such matter foiumany years. W have "Mad Good. Let ; ne prove thle to you. Ogden Steam Laundry 4S7 26th 61.00. GR AND OPERA HOUSE Direction " Northwestern ' Theatrical Aesociatlon. R. ALEXANDER GRANT, Rea. Mgr. NEW YEARS Matinee and Night GEO. ADES TRIUMPHANT COMIC OPERA. St Twenty-seve- SEATS Song n Hit. READY Aug- SATURDAY. J. C Platt Saddlery FOR MERCHANTS. Merchant New York, Deo. 27.-Aesociatlon of New York announce that merrhante rates to this city will be in effect from trunk line association 23 to 26 incluterritory on February sive and March 16 to 19 Inclusive, with return limit The the cuetomarv y special rate will be as usual, a (are and d for the round trip. The Eastern '' Race Cartfomla Direct Wire ret AH Spcrtlne Event, " and " one-thir- King oscars condition. LAUNCH - Hv-tsvlll- tiuir no ! ii-i.,- i itii.-- .... l j iu.m:- - I In .lip fv.i ! :i ,if a :i;ii-r hv pi i .i. i :u (':1 .i iv c:f i.u-i- i ui 1:C si-e- l iin-e- "Order a package of this famous health and brain building flour nnd enjoy good old faohibuea New Brown England Bread. A chance at a will make right hot you thiuk yon are iu Boston. With Allen g B. B. B. Fleur you can make bread just like the Furiiane used to make. u . S'le.-if- f . ui'iCil from Hcqi-o- r la-Wednesday u.jht uiuiie. C. P. and fo: u.,r resident Granger, nt Ogdeu. air id in ;ms il'y m a charge, left Helpi-- belli v Sheiiff Sell ling arrived, s.) il.ut tl.e v-.was fruiiiess. The fugi ive ; ju.bybly jiMirut-vluhe east, tu il.e direi-.io- ii was going when api'.eheuJe.t ai Hcli er. The manner ol bis escape troiu Ihe consiable was net satisfactorily explained hi the kI.cIIY and he will euminunii-aiwith th,- governor of the state in hii effort io have ii--- Has t Decides Advantage a Site For Custom Cjjdcn au n t'a'-neci- e foim-iiaiiiu- c i !..il II1-- ! vlilt-iii-- Kit- - :ir Ilf :l' ,i:!j j tie niov:u ol li.i-i- r pistil. to (Kiitii u prji rit I,,- : ht Salt I Hi - and klunav lmiui--s men are !mwiiii: over the declaration of official ol dll ihe largo companies in the stale. iIihI ihe smellers would bv removed tuca iheir pioM-u- l Tbe moitiiiii-naarinl io circulate a petition aiuiu.s in the unike aunt. l.i s tileudlv between smeller men aud fanu-t-iis meeting with (liMOUiatieinenl from the farmers whu ).oIh-iI- . i heir taken pusinon has Shortly after Granger left Ogiicu with forethought sad is ineiocahle Ii hU -s wlicreabniits diwovered is not likely that Judge Mailmll will through his wife, wnu boarded a iraia in un way chuuge bis at Sait Lake. Surmising that Grauger The suhmitted to the 1'iah would hoard the asme train, either at Consolidated and the ingliani ('oiimiI-Idalethe capital or at some point along the iuupaales by tlie officials sent line, the conductor of Xu. 4 was re- to investigate tin' sites near the kike quested to watch for his apiearanc shore west of Lgden was most favor-atile- . so that he could dbwt the authorities who had been nntlfled at Provo and Wtiile hen- - the smelter men stated other towns. At Helper. C. E. Trench, that Ogden was exeelieully situated game warden, constable and general for riMii-It is now service public nun, hoarded the train to draw on the mines of Nevada. in reeiionxe to a toU grain sent Idm. Idaho and Montaua, so that the geohat Granger pointed uji to him by the of a site near the position graphical conductor and made the arreM. Word lake is a for reInducement strong was sent to Sheriff Sehrlllg who pre- moval and I being duly considered by pared to go after hia ntan. the smelt r of the tate. The absen re of a jull at Helper made The question of rate is md causit necessary that Granger be taken to Price for detention, it appears tht: ing much concern as if is claimed that French considered the job unpleasant the railroad ruinpunlcs will foi arrange aud went to Judge J. S. Kline whom he their chaigi-- to that It will cost only a trifle mure ores from Bingham requested tj swear in another deputy. to Ogden thanship it dues at the preacnt It was t'hrisimas eve Kime refused Murray. The merits of and declared that French would be time to ship (oslice the projKiM-am considered not competed io taka the barber to Price, equaled by any other local Ion in the and niarted him ou il.e way. day sevin the meantime Solning was on the state. Within the next few eral prominent smelter men are t road to Helper lu answer to a to arrive in order to examine sent him. stating that (irauger was being held. Behring arrived at the country east of Lakeside. Helper yesterday. He consulted whli the authorities and asked for his man. NEW MINING DISTRICT . He was Informed that Granger was not in the country, and had not been seen since FrAicii started with him Thomas SliHiry, one of the principal for Price. That officer was sought af uwnera of tlie Nonpareil group of wiu-inclaims, in the Red Unite district, ter, found and interrogated concerning the disappearance of his prisoner. twenty mill north of Lueln, in the Sheriff Behring states that, he uncon- north wesi cm pari of Ihe Slate of cernedly declared that he had turned Huh, is in Ogden obtaining supplies Granger loose on the way to Price. for hie camp. Al any rale the barter Is at large and He has hud much mining expme.nre probably Hillside the Mate, whiie Ills and, therefore, speaks with judgment local victims are .sufferer to the ex- when he say tbe Bed Huik-- s district tent of several hundred dollars. nf reward for tbe gives rich pronii Rlieriff Behring declare that it la i (Torts Mug made by pruepfle-tohis belief that French was Induced on the There are twenty free Granger, through the influence of eisliiiK, , carrying gold, silver. money, of which the barber had a Usd and cuppr and the largest vein, plentiful supply. lu wliici a tunnel l is being driven, is wide, (MintuLiiiig tight to twenty DEAD JOSiAH 8 e nui iu values on the surface. I'oiiAiiii-- i - fei-uli- v Self-risin- - Slit-- wr. insiitiit-- : Greer, Pr Robert Wi od wind of Ciiiingie lukl.il me, Ir. (.. M. Warden Stiles, of the I'uiled States puhiii- healih aud maiinc hoswith W. J. Mage of 8;. pital .eivii-lauiiz Museum. Pr. 1.. O. Howard of tiu-- I'nittd Bia-eKumuiokigical and Dr. George Bnic-- of the Slate Nivruidl School at Greeley, I'ulo. Morgan will preside Hb'-ho- Smelter. t- ! rola-tiou- s e r w- dm-ialo- anH-ltiii- pro-puae- d INDICTMENTS NOT RETURNED. Grand Jurors in Nans York Resume Consideration of Ineurenc. Pancake Flour 3-- B a pure food; self rising and all ready to la also s il Trade bU with water and bake Hark, va a hot griddle. ALLEN'S BBB FLOUR CO. Pacific Ccact Factory, San Joe. CaL Eastern Factory, Little Wolf Mill. Manews. Win New York. ft-c- . the grand juiors filed out vf their room yesterday, alter a four hours' eosion. they Imd not decided whether or not to against any of ihe officer of (lie New York Idle inaur-anccompany, bas-- on the testimony which lute been suhiuitied to them during the last two weeks. They will their diocussion of the evidence and voting on the question of Indictment and it is likely that when they appear before Recorder Goff, In general sessions court , they will have rqached a determination. The examination of witnesses was practically tluished yesterday, yet even IMsirict Attorney Jenuitc is known to be In the dark as to what view the grand Jurors are going to take of the evidence before them. u D0S0I0 indii-tmeiit- i'U5ll Liberty avt-aus- . ' FANCY CASH GROCERIES . Died - Yesterday morning, lufunt sou f J. U. and Junie Poorman. aged 27 Funeral services will be I, eld days. at 2 p. m. today, st the ' residence, & COMPANY 155 25th Street fOR FAIL DRY GOODS JUST ARRIVED WANT A08 YIELD BIG RESULTS. , .j r i Go to Putnams For Mens, Boys and g e. bead-quarte- rs IS SAFE. Stockholm, Dec 27. The bulletin New York, Dec. 27. Police Launch Issued today by the physicians In at6 with three men aboard, 'which No follaa tendance on King Oscar read irks' reported missing In Jamaica Bay ow--is safe. The men sueceed-m- l The King remains free from fever. last night, a landing and reported to making la was HI morning temperature this station early toSl.l. The condition of heart sad lunge the Canarate police day, Is unchanged." - Upon to is Mac--Ke- St Be Called . well-know- EXCHANGE W'il W-vf- d RATES Cut:r t, New' York. Dec. 27. Walter Apple-toWITH OLD HARNESS n artist and may cause mere - than Clark, the trouble. Serioue Injuries and aome illustrator, died esrl.v today at hi met death are the awful remits. Ag home in this city. Mr. Ciark was 31 old harness Is often responsible, but old. He was born in Worcester, new harness with weak spots in ! yean in 1876. Maas., ! inat ns bad. In hia profession he won a high IThe kind we eel! have place, and his latent work : wna the of NO WEAK SPOTS. llustration of the modern version e Ton will get your money worth If "Canterbury Tale." by Perck Mu buy hameae nf na He was connected with ScribOar new addreea ie 2277 Washing" ner's magazine, end hie cover designs At- P attracted much favorable comment. In 1902' he married Mies Annie Hoyt of Co. Greenwich, Conn., who survive hinr - REMOVAL SHELTERS. . WALTER APPLETON CLARK DEAD 263 ic i v - ii, ! TrtOF PROPOSED OVER t; $1-5- Twenty-fift- h I.- uj i, Albert Sykes, mented Orchestra Octavla Broeka and Company of 60. PRICES: Matinee 25c to $1.00. PRICES: Night 45c to IE8F U pivt-maili-- ; THE SULTAN Or SULU OGDEN si- - ,iii- - ur.z ill i i nr inii-Iuiiai ai.d i.iu- i.f ;ue Miiiz: fuia-rim-i of if. j, u ji- ii. iu the .iir-i- hi-n.ViiHifuiii til Nar.iml ii nf the in' ifmiit iiBa'uraai tu-- Moiriz.1. K. P. aflernnon. n.i-ex- Among the di.--t Iigniiii-livoii- -i t.i a tend Ihe meeting are Bi imui Xi wnuu'b of Waiiingtun: Firi-dt-n- t Frt'clu-iiuf the Whiii law Reid. Coineliu- i. Pr. Simon Fiextier. of Kucke-telle- r n-- w ' Childrens" Overcoats' Suiisr.fc- r. yea,, 1 - HOLIDAY EXCURSION Dec. 20, 21, 22, 24, 25, 81, RATES. Jen, 1st On November 20 end December 18. One fare plus $2 from Utah points to Chicago, Minneapolis, Kansas City, Denver and intermediate Omaha, Limit, 69 days. Stopovers points. For farther informatioa write L. H. Vis Oregon Short Una and Union Pacific Ry. Cheap round trip rates. Tickets good tv return until Jan. 7th, Harding, general agent, 1907. Ask Agent for particular. City. Sait Lake will, find th quality,style to aud" price ' Buit And a child can buy as cbeap an a man. Hoys glide -- high-ru- t a special' ty. : MYMYYMMYYYYYYMYYWWYYWYYYMWYYYMYYMAMAMMMAAAAAAMA I Putnam Clothing House Ollfi NEGRO MCt8ENGER IGNORED THE SPEED LIMIT. Estes: j Police Attempted to Stop Him But tha Colored Man Kept Up Hia Swift ' 27. Presldenl Dec. and hia entire family, with ihe exccpllon of. Mra. lingwoiih. together wiih several frionds, left Washington at 1 1 Ah PH furntinon for l'm Knot, Mrs. Roost-veicountry bum, fur a holiday outing. They will return Monday night. Thy ooeupled a Pullman car attached lu the New Orleans fal mail on Ihe Southern Rrllway. which fz rcheduli-- io tes-- h North Garden, twojve mlles'from ilne Knot, at 2:27, Washington, ; l Besides the President and Mr. and Roesevult and their fil'-nr- i the party included Admiral P. M. Rixey, aurre:iu' geueral of tho navy; M. S. Lntta, assistant secretary to the President, aqd Airs. Jaitigdon, a friend of Miss Ethel. On reaching the train one of the Preldent'a hoy found be had forgotten to bring hia gun. A negro messenger from tbe White House was dispatched on hia bicycle tu get tbe firearm. He got to the White House all right and we going at a speed prohibited op hia return whim the- - metropolitan police overhauled him, and threatened him with arrest, but he did not deaist. Explaining bis misaiou, he was allowed to proceed to the station, folfltll-dn-- Specialist fail. Medem matheda. Free consults tie far any Chronic Diasase of any name er nature. Every MS guaranteed. Cura Ride. Rooaevclt A whag ether Partial List of Diseases Cured Catarrh. Ucaiam, Ringing la th Ears, Disease of th' Hd, Throat, Now, Eye or Ear, Ail DU-iii- h wf the Longa, Bronrhlai Tube and Cheat Disease of u tSUimactt, Liver. Kidney and Uisddsr Hart Diwaae,a niimmaUsm, Asthois, Nervoua Trouble, t. Vttua Dane, PH. Worim Bl Frtaoulug frwn any iid ail Rectal Trouble. T cant. Disease peculiar to TVemea. ANY PRIVATE U1IJCAU OF MEN quickly cured te tay cured. Remember the eiamlnattou tod advice I F88S, Come at ne Tomorrow may be toe late. Call or writ. Irto-tul- D R. SPECIALIST E S T E S; Offlr hours. 16 a. m. te 6 y. m. 2469 Washington Ave. (Boyle Ogflea. Utah, Entrance Room 19. Remember the number. nioekj. E23SSJtaOBSS3BKEBajaaB iaacsagaaaaiaij W7I lowed, however, by a mounted policeman who came into the station slid reported ihe matter Io one of his superior officers. The President, learn- ing whst hid occurred, called the offer aud explained that tlie matter would he settled when be returned to Washington. SCIENTIFIC f i HIS FORGOT nne-lia'- real- A A runaway hu Nil ii !'uim-i..i.- . ui . . ism. 174. I i i..rs si:! -t1 paper. rejiorter, timekeeper and clerk, front secured several of the check Radish's book, to tine of which he forged the name 'of Kadnth on Christmas (lay fur 3 100, a stated In a officers to ,ih made Aft? numeroii" Wednesday. tu nrsh ' the check, he jtfAD succeeded In getting the money fv.iu, lands Seville in the latter's place over Stricken and Died Before a Suddenly the Elite mife. 'Some time Chriadnus Doctor Could bo gummontd. night Bpear left the ettv for the east, He has nut been' heard of since. Joslalt nead. a well known resident of this city, died at tile heme ol his An Inquest over the remains of AnMrs. Oscar Couch, 2U47 J drew Anderson Will' be' held at 10:.lu daughter, at 5 o'clock yocterday avenue, taken into HohenrlniiW, Friday. Two from a stroke of aiwpleiy. morning, exwill be custody Wednesday night; f with which he was amined. Titer elafttf to know of the hotir before he died. attacked, Mr. Read attractmanner fa which Anderson came to ed the attentlou of ' other niemhers his death. of the hottreiiold by rapid ng upon lb wall of Ms bed room. l)r. K. 1. Rich was hastily summoned but before he FANCY SKATI93 arrived the old gentleman succumbed AUD1T0E1UM RISK to the attack. . The deceased was bmn In (Tan-fiel" Harley Davidson., the world's chamBedfordshire, England, October 81 yesu of pion fancy, trick, .and fast skater, la 31, 1825, making him I making many friends here with Ills age. He canto to tab In 1881 and wonderful skating and is. playing bi resided in Ogden since that time. H a crowded hnusa-eacnight. He will is survived by three sons and four give an exhibition Thursday and Sat- daughters, all of whom are residents urday nights at .9:30, .and Saturday of this city. afternoon at 4 oclock, . .Friday night he will haw another, race with Coi-sn- HOLIDAY EXCURSIONS It will be a one mile rard and VIA RIO GRANDE WESTERN RY. will take place at 9:30. For Christmas holidays the Rio Grande Western will gel round trip OCDEK MAILS tickets to all points in Utah at one fare for round trip. Arrival and depgrtuca.of mails at Ticket a on sale December 20, 21. 22, Ogden pnatofflea: 24, 25, 81 and January L Limit, Janu' North and Northwest, O. B. I Ry. ary 7. Arrive, 7:30 h. m,..6:IO p. m.; 12:65 a. m., 11:50 a. m. East, all polnie, U. P. Ry. Arrive, EQAIiD ACCEPTS IliYITATICS 4:20 a. 8:1$ p.m.; depart, 7:60 a. m 2:25 p. m., 6; 50 p. m. InviBeutheast, R, G, W. Ry. Arrive, School Directors Accapt Ogdcna tation. 2:50 p.m.; 1:00 a. m., 11:4$ a.nt s 7:00 n. m.; 6:10 p. m. The Invitation of the Ogden board all points, B.T. Ry. 7:30 a education to the Balt Ijike board to m, 3:50 p. m., 7; 00 p. m.; depart, 3:80 of meet In Ogden with. them during the i. m., 2:46 p. m. Southern California and Nevada, B. convention of the Blare Teachers' wan cccepted Wednesday. AH P. L. A. ti S. L. Ry Anlve. 8:30 a. wen- - extendin., 7:80 p. m.; depkrt. 2:4- - p. m 6:30 the board of educationI it and sn ed invitation probable that p. m. - Southern Utah, O. S. L. Ry. Arrive, a state association will he fnrmej. tbe purpose of the association to 8:30 a. m., 7:0 p. ffi.; depart, 3:3u meet annually and discuss measures of a. m., 8:45 p. m'. ' Southern Utah; R. G. W. Kv. Ar- mutual benefit and improvement in' rive, 1:00 a. m- - 2:50 p. m., 7:00 p. m.; also proposed legislation. The matter of chawing the dale of depart, 8:30 a. 'm.,' 1:00 a. m, 6:30 the taking of tbe school census will p. m. Frit Lek Clt r. O. 8. L. Ry. Arrive, also be discussed at tlie meeting next m.. 12:00 m 2:50 week. The census 1m now taken from 1:00 a. m., 8:30-a- : p. m, 7:30 p. m.: depart, 3:30 a. m., July 15 to 31 while a great many per7:50 , m- - 10:: 10 a. m, 8:45 p. m., sons are away from their homes In 5 60 p. m. the city. A motion will be made to Balt Lake City, R. O. Wj 1:00 a. have the ..legislature change the dat-- to the school m.; 2:60 p. m.; depart. 7:00 a. m. 6:80 sonio time dunng months. . p. m. Cache Valley Point, O. S. L. Ry Arrive, 10:45 a. m.; depart, 4:50 p. m. Eden A Liberty Arrive, AUDITORIUM BIN- K1:00 p. m.; depart, 9:00 e, m. ANNOUNCEMENT R. F. D. Weber County Arrive, 6:00 p. m.; depart, 8:39 a. m. W1L G LAS MANN. The management of the Auditorium PoaUnaatar. . Rink wish to announce that 'here will be no skating at the Audfyjrium on Wednesday evening, Jan. 2nd, as IN BUSINESS AGAIN they have arranged to let the Board of Education have the building for I have about f 40,000 of real estate that night for the teachers' convenlisted with me, which belongs to old tion. la The Rink will be open for skating client, friends and acquaintances tbs east, who Instructed me to close as usual on Wednesday morning and In Utah at reason-aid- s afternoon, January 2nd, and also out these holdings ' 3rd. prices. I am making my st room No. 6, First National, Thursday, January with Hunter A Kennedy, and can bs EASTERN EXCURSIONS found after office hours at tbe Reed Via tba FRANCIS RITTER hotel. . COLORADO MIDLAND RY. com-I'lai- Creek Phone rii. u a;, i E. J. CARPENTER prooente No. 306 -- tele-gran- Seventy-fivthousand dollar appropriated for improvement and general repaint In Ogden City. Four cars of cable has arrived and alx more are to come tt go into center of all liminess blocks. PoUaon every other street will he abandoned and all wires i;i business center will he in condulta. Each home in the county will be visited in the near future. Two extension, to the new switch board will be made to take care of busbies. Utilizing two carload of ocanery and a Company of 25 Artists. $ 1.00 25.00 $5 to 20.00 Eastman Kodak, 5.00 to Promo Film Pack Camera 50c and up Boys and girl sled Edison Phonographs, 610,820 and 30.00 5.00 Roller Skatea, 60c to Ice Skates, 50c to 4.00 CARVING Re. Saturday Matinee and Niht STOWAWAY SATURDAY. GRAND OPERA HOUSE Direction Northwestern Theatiicel Aesociatlon. THE MATINEE xiii kiuiii i.iui: .in .ii. fosse Inveatiustitn debrmg Faiie in H.a Mieaion. . afternoon, evenings, nun;. S!SALT LAKE IS I ALLOWED A PRISONER TO TAKE HiS DEPARTURE. Gov. .V-ri- , WORLD'S MEDAL FOR FAST SKATING. Admleeion, Admleaion, jii ti: Vau-de:liil- tin-trac- dduahi vr. nuiii liei n L'niilumi.; I ail nu in li.u n.i.a:i mi a piiiuiii. ' i!,-- linoi., has Wen ivt.ii-.- i and with hi wife mi. World Th Champion Fait, Fancy and all around Skater. HOLDS v f d Kl- - On i BE GUILTY bj i'i-- tf- - i THOUGHT TO J-- ; i i. iii.iT.il Race Friday Night, Colson vs. Davidson ! 11, OFFICER Saturday Matinee ST t i:..iIXKl: AMJSEMf NTS, 5 'ill t SOCIETIES. New York, Dec. 27. Fifteen hundred mem 1ers of the American Asso- ciation for the Advancement of Science will meet today at Columbia uniannual versity fur their meeting, and with them will he twenty of tha leading acientlflc societies of America. The aeralona will continue dally until next Wednesday and practically every branch nf eclenUflc program will be represented. The gathering ie one of the greatest In tha history of the erience years. Ail those who attend will be nomo of the most noted men In this and other countries. Paper of great Importance will be read and an unrivaled opportunity ie given for reporting to the public the advances of the year. The first general aesiou will he called to order at 10 o'clock today by the retiring president. Dr. C. M. WoodHe will introward, of Washington. duce tbe president nf the year. Dr. W.' H. Welch, uf Jrdtna Hopkins univar-si- t, who will respond to an address of h aaen-clete- d Any Person 'Cutting or De- stroying Evergreens on Our Lands in Ogden Canyon Will Be Vigorously Prosecuted. I j - UTAH LIGHT & RAILWAY CO. E. W. WADE, Agent.