|Paper||Ogden Morning Examiner|
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|Paper||Ogden Morning Examiner|
iiu: vioi:xix AMUSEMENTS. AMUSEMENT. PINGREE Auditorium GRAND HOUSE OPERA Theatrical N orthi. (Mrftioi Association. Reeidon H A. Growl, ALLEN gwsot Sl9r. ii production af Jaaph Murphy's Famaua Play FOR WEBER CITY Tueaday night, Jan. 22nd one mile race, Snowden of Ogdtu vs. Buck of Lob Angeles. DOONE -- V V I I !f7. IS TABERNACLEiPEKFECTED AFTER THE V WEDNESDAY ' Wednesday night, Jan. 23rd, mile race, M.c Glena Laahuc, va. ML Blanche Ogg, of 8aK Lake. 2 Og-da- Kerry Gow Own With Jeaaph Murphy' Company Ladies admitted frea morning and afternoon for one week, except Saturday, commencing Monday, s jusjionr H.a F Door EJlrlah Ballada and 5 tha Groat JLm and Raca Saanaa and tha Wendarful Trained Moraaa and pigaona. 7,7 PRICES ESe, 60c, 75c and SEAT SALE TUESDAY. fSnSm January 21t. Admin ion, afternoon, 10c. Admiaalon, evening, 15c. 11-0- 0 BREVITIES 1TAHNA THEATER TONIGHT I In the caae . Ogden Knitting company, in the DisCarl Raamuaaen was appointed aa receiver by Judge Howell. Objection were made to the appointment of U. Olawaog by the court. PRICE 10Cg a a a a Mayor Xelion of Huntsville AT CSE SATURDAY la In the city, receiving part of a carload of copper wire for the electric light service in Huntsville. Thia is the shipment of wire reported some time ago as having been held up by the manu- SOc SOGp the trict Court, "BROTHER FOR BROTHER' MATINEE of D. C. ISccles va. facturers. Mae Paine, daughter or J. G. Paine, formerly of Ogden, died in Denver a few days ago. She had just been elected president, of her class and was a moat promising scholar. The Paint terrace in Ogden was built by J. G. Paine. The Tonopah Sun say a: Alfred Hanson of Dune mountain, treasurer and manager of the Tonopah-GoldeWest Mining company, la in Tonopah. He reports that many are relocating and doing aneaament work in the district. He says he found the roads bad condition. The shaft of in Hera's your cue for the new year thevery Tonopah-GoldeWest mine la Be wire aad have your laundry wanla down fifty feet and good ore has bean found in four places. C. M. Compton, American attended to by an and C. W. Hurley, the plant By so doing you will avoid risk the president, of the company, left for 8an and dlaappolntment Wt uaa no in secretary Francieco this morning to list the comaa la tha panys Block and purchase a hoist. jurioua washing preparation pnetloe of tha "Heathen Chlncea" Toun for a prosperous new year, Charles Turner was arrested by Officer Lnyne shortly after be had left street saloon with a n Twenty-fiftsample of Us wares Illegally obtainOgien ed. It is claimed that Turner broke Thoaaa 174. 417 25th St Into the saloon, stole a few choice bottle of whiskey and was on the aw ay point of making a successful gel " when arretted. n n h Steam Laundry - - inaaMwm ' The depth of snow in Ogden Valley la two and onehalf feet The valley people are enjoying sleighing. rppisnft r . - EXTBACTiS Messrs. Rogers and Grllley arrived yesterday morning and will appear at the Tabernacle tonight. Cwrfdrm with every lowing the land pure flod fwwmn To facilltata the work of cleaning the gutters of snow and water,, the street department has added to it torce number of .teams and acrapi-raOwing to the frozen condition of the snow, It Is with difficulty that It is to the middle of the street. . t Sb E. WE CAN MOVE ANYTHING. T, M. Flethner, aged 66 years, residing in Cincinnati, Ohio, father of T. W. Fleshner, former chief clerk af the Union Pacific freight office, died of heart failure Friday, Jan. 18th. He was a resident of Ogden for a number of years T. W. Fleahner, his son, (a traveling auditor for the South ern Pacific. MALAN TRANSFER COMPANY Vans, Draya The failure to close the doors at the Tabernacle Sunday evening when standing room was not to be had canned much oommotlon, the disturbance continuing until one of the speakers and Bag gaga Wagons. OUR SPECIALTIEG-Plait- Ok called for order. Those in charge of the meetings should instruct the ush era to close the doors when the place can accommodate no more. The enforcing of such a rule would avoid much embarrassment. Fuml-Saf- e Moving and Storage. OFFICE 409 Twenty-fift- The Utah Fuel company and the Pleasant Valley Coal company, Gould corporations, against which the federal government recently instituted to annul the title to certain coal land in Utah, and to force aa accounting for coal already mined from these Linds, must defend these suits In the federal court for the district of Utah, according to a decision rendered today by Federal Judge John . Marshall. The two coni companies and the Morton Trust company of New York, which la a large holder o their bonds as trustee, entered demurrers, maintaining first that the Utah court has no jurisdiction over the coal companies, which are New Jersey and New York corporations and also demurring as to the equity' of the government's case. All these demurrers wen overruled in today decision by Judge Marshall. Judge Mar hall in his decision holds that the enabling act under . which the state of Utah was created did not grant to the state any right to dispose of mineral lands. Street h RHONE Ind. RLACE 224. Bed, 223. VOUR ORDERS WITH MITCHELL BROS. Monument. Cop.nga end Head-tone- . Dont buy from agents a they get large commiiKoea nd you have to pay them. Boa four home people Brat Yard PPwlta Oty Cemetery. CCDEN TIRF EXCHANGE 263 and rtt Wire fn HOME Sb Twenty-fift- h CiMMenln Eaeterw Race. All Spcrtlne Events VISITORS' NEGRO UPRISING FEARED. Ask for Alrf From Fort Whites - Screven. EXCURSION Jan. Tueaday, . The warm weather Is causing a flow of water to the wgr. It la feared that if the thaw continues, bouses west of Washington will be flooded. W. A. Malan. Malen, Beaufort, 8. C., Jan. 21. Murmnra of negroes yesterday caused appretHU1? Pc,flc. rand trip Br. hension of sb uprising and the auDenTer 1 "5. 0ma. thorities at once sought to secure milSt ,9y- - r St Jo. S32.00; itary protection for theV. city. The B. Pattergu mayor telegraphed Col. Minneapolis tew.miHM;rfa,lcftf0- - ,440- - Equally son,. in - command at Fort Screven, nX t9 Tmnrort of asking far a company of regular her poinm wet of Chicago. Ticket, Ga., he dispatched here for the troops roturn until March 22 preservation of order. The troops arElro through f The discontent rived last night. 1 point eaet. Onlj 41 among tha negroes, which it waa fearv7, A. b VWct?!-rUphprticu1- - ed might be binned into a fury, was sent- r caused by the killing of William Ben' UUh nett. n negro, by n guard early yesWANT terday while the negro wa hanging P8 yield RiQ about the ruin of the People bank, results. one of the buildings destroyed by the WNT YIELD BIO RESULTS I .IlMttrPu fire of Saturday. 22nd. 2 -- Br 1. i: CODS BY u:m and pleasure in an vf wuiiuly aoviaiiuub ! j; flight from a ctm- auiul. ou luiter whh reuu-raami shame lliesi- STAKE SPIRIT to uu- - t ietii-- e than it leif-'.-- b; by i,l k.iiK, aud. uow, we tiuii itieui he G.ilatum of old struggling to lieniKelvet by the works uf ii Order a package ef.thla famous health aad brain bnlldiag flour and enjoy soma goad old faahhmee New Brown England road. A chancs at a right hot loaf win make you think yon are la Boston, won Allans B. B. B. Floor you can make bread just Hke tha Puritans used tn make. Thethe conditions have given hit'll tu many man maJe religions m which i he divinity of Christ is either doul-ieior denied aud in which the is given no place. Fatal Holy i. ! BANKER MAKES SOME POINTED REMARKS IN COURT. LARGER When Called Upon to Explain Sidewalk Are Authoritits Have Had the Subject der Consideration and Will BUILDING BE MUST ERECTED BY THE CHURCH. SERMON BY DAVID W. CRANE OF THE FIRST M. E. CHURCH. Mam-Li- g 1 i : - Roller Skating Menagw. m hysi. Why-Bank- s Un- Soon Act. Not Cleaned. The rase of Ogden City v Janie Pingiee. was called yesterday morning betore Judge Murphy. Mr. Piugrre was summoned before ibe court to show why he did not, after the first heavy fall of snow, clear the sidewalk lu tient of hi bank building. After hearing tha evidence. Judge Murphy the defendant. After the cuncluiun of testimony from Officers Critchluw, Cooney, Burke and Hadlock. all of whom stated that the sidewalk was In a dangerous condition tweqty-fohours after the sturm, Mr. Pingree took the Maud aud made some pointed remarks about conditions in general over the city and especially about, the manner in which the city keeps it own walks. nOppolte my place are sidewalks belonging to the city which are covered right now with ice and snow," deI. made attempt clared Mr. Pingree, to clean off my walks, which, by the way, do not belong to me, and left town Tuesday expecting that the snow would be removed When 1 got back Wednesday I found I was in a nest of .trouble. I think a scheme of the tha whole tiling officer to make we trouble as they overlooked slippery sidewalks on the way over to notify me of nty own. Mr. Pingree further condemned tha to recity for allowing Its waste-ca- n main filled with refuse uptll the contents are putrid and In other ways criticised the public officers far neglect of duty. Officer Critrblow,. .who swore out tha complaint, declared that he notified the tiank of the condition of its sidewalks and that his warping waa repeatedly ignored Ed McCarty and E. Maguire were fined f 10 each for maintaining open saloons on Sunday. In one of the house officer found lined up to the bar, in drinking order, thirteen thirsty soul a. luli.-iThere is every that Wtlier stake wil h.uv larger Tabernacle before warn iii.iuiu. Either u more coumtodlau.- - Muu-iurwill tv erected or the stake LI! U divided, a the present accuiim.u.iaiion., 'by oonter-euce- s way of bulliiug. for U.trt-i-aud oiher even ti.ai bring a are ingreat congregation adequate to house the people. This was amply dmomi rated Sunday and the congested emidiilou of the aberuacle brought foiili remarks from a number of speakers forecasting a new Tubernafle. A port la McKay war approached on the question of a pew building this monilng. He sdmliied that circumstances were such that action would be taken to insure room for the constantly Increasing number of psopls Mr. MrKay that attend conference. staled that there wa nothing definite on the proponed new building, but that, after the completion of the Academy building, step would be taken, undoubtedly, to provide for a tabernacle with a greater rapacity than has the present building. The site for such a building la a matter of little concern, ns there are n number of excellent corners on the Tabernacle square. The movement for a new building has been growing stronger for about year. The need of the stake for a structure large enough to contain the people that quarterly congregate for conference has been a matter of official comment, ao that whatever action Is decided upon by local people. It la expected that (he nvnrrinn of the first presidency at Salt Lake wli be readily given. Text. Cal. 33. Art You So Foolish? Having Begun in the Spirit Art Yt Now Mario Perfect by the Ficah"? e Paid had foruteily viaiird the uf Galatia and there preached the gospel oi Christ. Many that heard him believed the word and were convened. Th-were organised into church wcuiiat and after haring given them H'hulcaome tuxiruction the apuktle went hi way. Soon after, certain Judiaamg teachers came up from Jerusalem and proa. elyted many of the new born Chris-lioin order that they might gain the confidence of the diaciple theae teacher conceded many thlug which Paul had declared; but held the point hat he had nut preached the whole ruth. That in addition to a faith in Jrsua Chriat as divine and a confe-alu- n in his same, Salvation depeuded on still observing the ceremonial law and sacrifices of Mosaic times. Haviug subvened tho truth, the enemies of the chuch succeeded in turning in some instances, whole congregation back into the religious practices of other days. intelligence concerning the ctHidi-tio- n of the church la Galatia coming to Haul gave occaakm for hia letter. In It he remlnda them of the unsatisfactory results coining from the ceremonial religion which they had formerly practiced and also the delightful experiences they had enjoyed when the Holy Spirit had come to them as they were seeking the true light; revealing a be did the utter helplessness of men in attempting to work their way lutu the kingdom and on the other hand the reawnive grace of God coming In aavlug iiower to the simple believer In Jesus Christ. Having established the fact that the new the bowel, promotes life waa begun by receiving the spirRegulates easy natural movements, cures con- it the apostle say s, lu the language of stipation Doan' Reguleta. Ask your my text the propoxillua that the aanie lire must aver be perpetuated by the druggist for them. 25 cents a box. spirit rather than by the work uf the buman head or hand. TCMATO GROWERS Now, I think we will quite generally that the Chriat iun life is begun agree The Utah Canning Co. are now makin the spirit, it is tha distinguishing ing tomato contracts for 1907. It feature that differentiate it from othwill he to your interest to call at their er rellRiuua. which, without exception, office, SOS 24th eL, . before making hold salvation aa consequent to good contract your, works; while Christianity declares that mas is saved by grace alone, received through fsilh In Jeans Christ as had divine and as having died for personal traqgreihlotis aud alu. Any man Two White Men and Eight Jape in a may have a religion, and moat men do, Mia-iibut only (hose can be saved which are lutrn from above and become ChrisA lively fight occurred Sunday night QUAIL REPORTED TO BE STARVtian religionists Xicbodeniu had reING IN THE CANYON. in the weal part of (he city between ligion and so had the rirh young man; but each wa lacking in a spiritual two white men and eight Jape. Two of the principals ware arrested and knowledge of the Christ. So we have booked at the statiou as B. Olsen and Provide for the Feed- many among us today following after Commissioners M. Muka. The Jap was given his ritual or ceremonial rules who need ing of the Wild Game Road freedom yesterday morning after an personal touch of the Holy Ghost to Be Widened. Is to make them alive in Christ. Investigation of the affair. The Christian life is unlike the maIt appears that the Jap and white men became engaged in an altercation terial which has Its rise within the Before another meeting of the coun- seed nr germ. A need corn planted in that threarenened to end seriously when the melee was stopped by out- ty commissioners actiuu will have proper ail; or the natural relations . been taken to free the mouth of Og between sexes will result in (he adsiders. that vancement of natural thlugs and the Olsen and his companion were in den canyon from obstruction the center of the .laps,- fighting the now make the road .so narrow as to propagation of their kind. But such lust they could: when pedestrians almost prohibit the passage of two ve- life ha an- - end. The front of years rushed in and ended the fray. One hicles for a distance of nearly a block. will call It back to earth and it must guarding die. Jap wa down whh a battered head Either the county fence, and Olsen waa bleeding badly at the traveler! from ibe river bank, will be The Christian life Is more enduring. band, when arrested and taken to the moved south or the tracks of the Og- The spiritual part of man defies death. station. den and Idaho railroad company will The natural body must, of course, rebe torn up and the road restored to turn to earth; but that which God has breathed Into ua lives on. It la superita former width. The coniiniMlonero, CCDEN MAILS with the county attorney and Engi- natural: independent of nature's laws, neer J. A. Writ visited the canyon a splendid parentage, a gracious inherUnless some action itance given of God. 1 wish I were Arrival and departure of malia at during the week. railroad company be- able, to philosophically explain the it taken by the Ogden poatofflee: fore Monday next, the county will see new birth, tuff 1 can not. Greater men North and Northwest, 0.. 8. L. Ry. road la widened and Im- have attempted It and failed. Even the Arrive, 7:80 a. m., 4:30 p, m.; depart, to tt that the Chriat. tl la nut a science, bat an exproved. 12:55 a. m., 11:60 a. m,. that which cornea to tha penitent Commissioner MrKay reported perience P all y., Ry. Arrive, East, points, seeker alone. 4:80 a. m 8:16 p. m.; depart, 7:50 a, flocks of qunil were trailing through Since the Christian life la begun in the snow In the f"ot hills, in an exm 8:25 p. m., 6:59. p. m. condition, and he the spirit. It Is but natural that it Sv. Southeast,. R. .0. Ry. Arrive, hausted and starving 1:00 a. m., li:45 a. in., f:50 p. m.; de- recommended that some action tie should thus continue. Iaul could have taken to preserve them. It was de- used no stronger persuasion than the part, 7:00 a. m 0:30 p. m. county game warden words of my text. The tree begins West, all points, S. P. .Ry. 7:30 a. cided to give the W0 pounds of crack- Its life In the ground and must, if It m 2:50 p. ni., 7:00 p. m.; depart, 8:80 n requisition for ed corn, and Instruct him to feed the continues Ita existence, feed from the a. m., 3:46 p. i.. of ground. These bodies of ours are deBouthern California and Nevada, 8. birds wbereever they are found in desmust P. L A. 8. U Ry. Arriva, 8:30 a, titute condition. Sheriff Behring al- the earth earthly end hence on food comm., 7:30 p. m.; depart, 8:45 p. m, 6:30 so volunteered tn assist in the preser- pend for their sustenance the (roe we Like earth. the from of gams. vation the m. ing p. Commissioner Madsen reported that must feed from our source with proper Southern Utah, O. 8. L Ry. Arrive, 8:30. a. m., 7:80 p, m.; depart, 3:80 the committee appointed to tackle the foods and at proper periods. All vegetables and animal life must a. nr.. 2:45 p. m, legislature cm a proposed amendment Bouthern Utah, R. G. W. Ry Ar- to the laws bearing on quit claims to likewise exercise in growth. The rive, 1:00 a. m., 2:66 p. m., 7:00 p. m. property held for taxes, would visit acorn' takes root, rise theabovs itself, depart, 3:30 a. m., 7:00 a. m., 6:30 the lawmakers some day this weekJ, lifts Its head high in leaf, atmosphere bough and The committee is composed of X. above, exposes every p. m. Balt Lake City O. fj. L. Ry. Arrive, Harris, O. B. Mud wn and David Mattbranch, swinging, gently or violently, with the variable winds, and suetoina 1:00 a. tn., 3:30 a. m 13:00 m, 2:50 son. The following will be named as itself aa s gigantic and majestic oak. p. m., 7:30 p. ni.; depart, 3:30 a. m 7:80 a. ni., 10:10 a. m., 3:45 p. health officers for (he districts of the by driving Its root deeper and deeper into its source of strength, the 5:50 p. m. county: Salt Lake City.' tt. G. W. Arrive, A. Btephens, Flrcb Creek. ground. The babe in its mothers arms l:0Q-a- . expands Its lungs and cries aloud J. L. Ferrln. Eden. ni 8:60 p,.m.; depart, 7:00 a either In ecstacy or grief. Later on m., 6:30 p; m. James Martin. Eit West. Cache Valley points.' O. 8. L Ry its childhood days are went In conL. 8. Harris, Hsrrisvllle, stant recreation and play. In man Arrive, 10:46 a. m.;' depart, 4:50 p. m. Charles Baker. Hooper. hood corresponding sports or manual C. C. Wangsgssrd. Huntsville. Hnntuvllle, Kdra A Liberty Arrive, exercise and labor follow, which alto5:00 p. m.; depart. 9:00 a. m. W. H. Rawsoa. Kanevville. R. F. D. Weber County Arrive, 5:00 gether likens the natural life In the Andrew Clark, Liberty. human to the tree and shrub of the p. m.; depart, 8:30 a. m. J. I). Powell. Mtniotia. life WM. GLASMANN, B. F, Blaylock. North Ogden. garden. 8o with the spiritual within us. It comes to ua a gracious Postmaster. Wm. Mather. Plain City. gift of God. It must be fed on spirituT. M. Moore. Randall CHICAG6 EPIDEMIC. al manna dally and administered by T. Carlson. Riverdale. the Holy Ghoat. Regular exerrlsea of J. Lawson. RVScarlet Fever and Diphtheria Cause the gift within us mnat of course be J. A. Slater. Slalervllle. had and we must meanwhile cling to Alarm. Alma Keyes, Uintah. the source ot our life aad strength, W. 8. Stewart, Warren. our Lord. R. McFarland, Wet Weber. Chicago, Jan. 21. All epidemic records for n period of twenty-fou- r It cornea to me this morning, a sad hours Frank Stratford. Wilson. as fsr back aa the typhoid plague of thought, that so many are perishing Mormon Crsgun, Pleasant View. 898, were broken yesterday when 100 the he' God has given them because In the spirit will not cases of scarlet fever and forty-fiv- e they RACES MURIUM they sought life. In the rester-tim- e cases of diphtheria, a total of 145, were reported to the Chicago Health the Lord and found him. A consciousness of divine forgiveness was theirs department Besides these were reTueaday night, Jn. 22nd one mile. corded twenty cases of other conta- SXOWDEX and a blessed experience esme to BUCK son!. The spirit life had begun. their T8gious diseases. The Increase In diphof of counsel came to them theria was considered alarming. Misguiding AXGELK8 OGDEN. U8 friends In the weekly bulletin Issued by the from, perhaps, mile Jan. 23. Wednesday Night. became criticisms health department strong emphasis is GLENA and discouraging OGG BLANCHE LASHU8 laid upon an VS. apparent from the enemies of God. of plea for the of new born Christian, bewildered establishment of regular medical In- OGDEN. The BALT LAKE. the overlooked spection of the schools. It includes aa by such conditions, and began to falsource of strength assertion that the inspection made of LOW HATES EST ter In faith and waver in purpose possible by the emergency appropriation of I1S.00A should end the present heart and mind. Or. perhaps, followwith conditions within a fortnight ing ibe experience of conversion Via D. A R. C. R. R Jan. 22. the delightful emotions of a regenei ated life, there came the aftercalm, Bliaafield. Mich.. Jaa, 21. --One train- To Chicago and roium $44.50 of man waa killed and a number of 32.00 analagous to the temptationswhich aad return To Kansas City during in the wilderness, were Injured when an Christ 41.90 To Minneapolis and return satan assailed the child of faith to 19.75 Lake Shore pasarnger train To Denver and rrinva It life oa the sh.1s of donbt 2 ran into an open awltth late last night Many otber point one faro plus al- wreckfear. combination wiih Or, possibly. a s and aud collided freight train, de- Good 60 days returning. 8tnp-overof circumstances caused our friends to and overturning all the lowed. For particulars sea A. railing turn from the Savior's face and favor noarbes,' Agent. -- . I. . . . M tnni-uiuuit- ir e I ,et it uoi If you have Christian life in the now at eking to perfect let me quicken your frieiiil. be your, my ever' begun the spirit and are it by the flesh, conscience im authority of God's word, that you are wrong, if you have grieved the spirit, call him back la penitent team. He lives to Impart and restore the spiritual Ufa in other heart. You have known him once you may know him again. Call upon him now while it is yet day. There is auch an attainment aa perfection in me Christian experience. 1 might hesitate to ay it were it not a doctrine of the liibie. The book declare it over aad over again; aad since it la promtacuil.v related to nty text I would do thia subject violence to paaa the doctrine unnoticed. JeaunOiriat came lodt-airothe works of the devil and to save God's people from their sins. He gave bin atoning blvaai not only a ransom for our soul but to clranse u from all unrighteousness. if me approach the throne of Grace in faith, believing we may not not find justification but aancilfl-caiinaa welL Brethren, do nut duubt thia blessed doctrine. You may thus be tempted by the seeming Inconsistent lives of othera; but do t'.iou yield not. The Lord I greater than man. Hia spirit i more powerful than your mind and the work of your hand. Would you like to have God with your whole hart ao as to be lifted above the atmosphere of alu? Then seek diligently tha return of the spirit power and once you have it, cherish it as your very life and aa the only mesne by which you can be made a proper subject to' aland in the presence of your God. Batf-riain- g 9-- Trade Mark Pancake Flour ie also a pure food; self rising end ell ready to mix with water aad bake os a hot grlddlA BBB ALLEN'S FLOUR CO. Pacific Coast Factory, Baa Jooa, CaL Eastern Factory, Little Wolf Mllle Menawa, Win D010T0 S n COMPANY 155 25th Street FANCY CASH GROCERIES DRV GOODS FOR FAIL JUST ARRIVED STOCK TAKING BIRDS ARE TO Now is the time to call on Putnam and buy your BE KEPT a LiyqTSi menfs and boysf clothing, etc. Everything is being sold at manufacturers9 cost ALIVE . PUTNAM Clothing House - I Estes Doctor Specialist - Curas whan ethara faSL Modern mettieda. Free eanauKatisn for any Chronle Dlooaao of any name or aeture. Every case guaranteed. Partial A list of Diseases Cured Catarrh, Dearness, Ringing In the Ban, Dli of thn Head, Throat, Nos. Eya or Ear, All Dla- oaaaa uf the Lungs, Bronchial Tube aad Chant. Diaeaies of the Stomach, Liver. Kidney end Bladder. Heart Dtaaaao Rheumatism, AatiUto, Narvona Trouble, 1L Vitae Dance, Pile, II lull end all Rectal Trouble, Tape Worm. Blood Foiaoolag from any eiuio. Disease peculiar to Women. ANY PRIVATE DISEASE OP MEN quickly cat ad to stay cured. Remember the examination and advteo la PUBS. Come at mm Tomorrow may bo too into Call or writo DR. at ESTES, SPECIALIST to I p. m. ' 2441 Waahington Ava. (Beyls Stock) Ogdaa. Utah. Eatraacs Room 19. Remember the number. Office hours. !0 a. m. n 1 - Any Person Cutting or g 1-- 1 east-boun- - De- stroying Evergreens on Our Lands in Ogden Canyon Will Be Vigorously Prose cuteda ag . . v . . . UTAH LIGHT & RAILWAY CO. E. WWADE, Agent '