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rNAMINEl:: Till: HORNING 3 w1h Mr. end third eireei. STYLISH Twentj Cravenette Raincoats A SHAPE RETAINING. WATERPROOF COAT THAT IS BOTH A SLICKER" AND AN OVERCOAT. JUST STYLISH DECIDEDLY THE COAT FOR SPRING RAINS SNOWS. WINTER AND LATE ARE THE NEW ARRIVALS PRICED AT V HEARD IN hy E. tnvetr). a wife BRILLIANT LIAM CLOTHING CO. He leaves to mourn awJ a son. 13 years of age. Bioader in mind, sharper In wit, with a humor mellowed by experience with his own and foreign people, with a magnetic personality aud a vommond of oratory that holds hia audience spell bound. William J. Bryan talked for two hnurs lust night to l!hu people that 24th St. Defeat the High School Basket Ball. In a one sided basket ball game yesterday riernou the team representing the Slate School (or the Iteaf defeated the Ogdi-- High school tram, in a city league mutest by a score nf 4k to 7. The High school buys were at every ixilut of clearly outrlai-ethe game. At the end of the first half the score was 30 to 3 In favor of the 8. 8. It. The second half was a repetition of the Aral, the O. il. 8. team being entirely unable tn atop the onward rush of the deaf team. For the victorious team Briggs ami luiwe did the beat work, while Send-de- r and Harris were the atar player of the High school aggregation. The line up: LADIES who expect to travel thia season wlM hr liiuuvsted to know that v arc retrrifig Mpt'claiiy to I heir wanta. Large aixe In Preaa Triiaka, HAT BOXES SPECIAL NOTICE Steamer Trnnka and Suit rase. All imr good are thoroughly well mndo Auditorium Rink. from hunedt materials and are built tu stand iiniinal wear and tear. The Auditorium ha Just arranged . Trunks repaired. Sample Trunks by wire with I'rrif. Randolph, the famto Case or.ler. made and ous moving picture and iiluKtrauui man,' to giv a 30 minute exhiGallacher Trunk Factory song bition at the RoIHt Kink each evening, for one wrek, miiiinenrlng with Opera House Clock Monday. February 4th. This will prove a more entertaining exhibition than the fancy skaters. AdnilHHlnu, usual price. EXAMINER TELEPHONES follow: Independent Phene Sell 'Phene, one ring Nay No. M M II Bari Stratford has returned from Rngland, after laboring there for 27 months aa a missionary. He In in tha best of heaitli. The trip over the eean was exceptionally neigh, but otherwise bla Journey home wa uneventful. Rabid Freund of tlie Jewish church at Salt Luke, will deliver an aridriuu In the Flf'h ward tonight He wilt epesk cf ihe mission and destiny of) the Jewish people. reuioied hia law office ever IUdom' Drug Store, where he Is prepared to meet any and all parties desiring the services of an eitoruey-a-law- I j . Knights of Celmnhua will moel a! the home of the 'ete Mathti GilIN1 Monday at 10 a. m. They will leav Ihe rHsidencc In a body aiul alien,; the funeral service in 8t. Jeseph'a chneeh at 11 a. m Bryan and 1 Johan ii a a. pliysiclati ami aue R- -. Eye. and Skin rif ae wes. Hi- o,.i treats all u'lier trouble u iii,l n f nint Office over ('lark's kin getia. Throat o. p .'lalist N. J. Harris v.lll leciur. ' Inal IntproM'ieeni aiK-biii'itiFlra- - ward novting mm:-,at Sunday evening. rim s Mrs Charlc Of Salt last evin'nx a 1 j . The theme of In- - , Will lie Tcmjier.iitc.- rente in the 'wo tium'hs will i tn.. i iicIihk1 tig thiiivl'i-- Mi Hrchtli's tncs-SSv- She is en where the next spent in the lend- - In- - of Ciiliforiiiit. ' i j s scum-linn- i I In- l.y the i water rushing lul-- Here in. of ihe liiidnighl 'tn a'-..- . Vn-- several days and nigh'-- . hi.in lan.l. when' Ihe sun afii -hilling al day depresses Itself ill most in the horixoii and then cnme t!iati'-.eI! d up etui Mhiites again ih-- ' i Imr e lived in a emnuri Hln-rcun iii ii of darkties is drum at full, mid we are granted ihe al'i(-- of night. "1 wa astonished at the eon;-irtiveiv small numher nf ionrif'- i pikijil. vii' Ialeslinv ttf iinleil in Kaypt Iasi tear. . r:i!e-:uehint diciunre 1 CONSIDER 1 of J. S. LEWIS . li- '' : .'k f ' AT TMt BIG CLOCK. WASHINGTON it ie. ; - .1 on I'laied alnng a ,i marvel .M:inii(i When the VobamtU'- - i '' Mi'.iv.m h '.i- - l.;.ia k in tii-i- ' COMPANY. el. Jewelers AVENUE. OGDEN. UTAH arrhipe'agii. tn Hltll.'iVi't 1,. sad b ha not lieen maiw ii,itu nun of this area' In tinwetiiimimi tiled ' l.t.i It'ii uf thi ' mcturi- were ! ' '"i.-'r ut tv It fee- h.jii'-,it;- ' hi'-- e si.- chavaclei s of tile uf the peuplo of - -- hii-i-'r- Xk.iIu ( w- haw ab-sor- . are fwletl with It's an exjK'nwve process, aeon revl leather. but absolutely neceswary for the comfort uf the wearer aud the good of the leather. It ia never doue in cheap shoes; seldom done in good shoes; but always done in Ilanau Hhoeg. In the making of a Hanan Klue, nothing that makes for comfort, style or service is slighted. That is why it is latter than it costs. DEE-STANPO- RD SHOE CO. . . . SOLE AGENTS n m FRYER Makes the Ice Cream, Sherbets, Punches, frozen Puddings, Etc. You Will Need For That Party PHONE For Spring and Summer Shown Here Daily Call and select Vents your and extreme Pattern Length We will lay it away for entirely out of styie YOU de-t'-- - . iec-iir- j ev t iii'u. Fndnv ' ;aei."Tl!e lecii'e he nr 'hi i's in Dr. ihi-r.i- intererlnx a ilelivi-re- . l- Ehsugh deal' ec-'ui- e v. on Solid was given under 4 extern Assoc), Metaliiirai: tb.-- : with which had been tnrnuEhn'it the iTmed S'a er re'.ative tn the .Tijuries a'f.lri.i alJ other vegets-iiiii- i ilifii hv Mi'phi'ie ;!( xlde ga. The vainek of 'It1 d'.'i i ha been on accu.iiv o' '':e many lawsuit expi'r.nv-n- : itn-te- t- -i a t:d .ml . - I many eon e have Increased department 1"0 per cent hy proficicni work. Eyes examined fin-- . 15 nsd'.'-m- . OPTICAL GOODS ning, which your feet r - w.-l- i to the Sea of IJali'. c .m i in peri.aps les thsn t"" of .iit astile to vl-- lt 'he ftei eii-,whii h -- only a .hi-rt h.dicamt- .'ft ua !. Mere tile nf run-- THEN DECIDE TO COME TO US FOR WATCHES SI 00 up tn 8210.1111 DIAMONDS S3 00 up to $1,800.00. CLOCKS $1 on up t 175,00. JEWELRY Ol all description and price. left in the sole leather after tan- : Y i 4.iiii'i viin-- ( .lei (hall I. in'll of tp-- is the chemical - : !.( lie eu-,- than LENGTH service REPUTATION FOR HONESTY CLASS OF GOODS CARRIED. It l I YOU MAY BE THE JUDGE REASON t 11 t The Fri neb employer' llabllitv recent iv a.i.iie, is bai'-an tusl liiiiMon lietwecn cinpolve and ctnt-- l iycs the p4U'iiii! iry cousi-ptire ,.f i very accident. m-- Stenln.m and halu li'lf I 1 re'niii..,: hntti" iM'ir s;ii-:- I'ntr 1'ie su.l not in do C.iuse,'' A SHOE t of It ty and Fwitxor-latu- l (impure with some of our lute- Netadu and lit-- ' r.uir.iM of the sou. Wo found in the fiords we had never nf Xievt i 'Huseen mountain seem to hum eno-k.-fiord were mad :iiiii the Ktllnriicv - ill Na'urally in the face of American romniereUllfiu this brought a stuiiu of To ofiket the aceusation protesiatn-u- . of the htaiJ Icndiiuers. Bryan declared that while we in America do love money we are the most liberal iecpl on the earth and give figure to pruve that Aiuerlra gives more ea h year to India for tne education of her people thun doe England, not wT. ha landing the fait that SlUO.lHHUM'O lroui India are annunliy turned into the coffer of the British treasury. Of ihe yellow peril Mr. Hr) an ha no fear, lie see a gradual change in ('bliia and Japan aa Wes era ideas NEW FIFiMJN OCDEN are undermining ihe old pkilnsophle and religions teachings of men, whose Garrison, Foster and Garrison la the knowledge has proven to be insuffl-rien- t to lead their country aien in the name of the newest firm In the city. light of superior forms of fovernnteut Da business Is that of real estate and a revo- Insurance 'slid is located at 2411 Washand morality. Aa he predl-tlution and a casting off id the cl.wk ington avenue, over the Fred M. Xye of ignorance, superstition and bigotry clothing store. The firm consists of that enthralls the people of China so J. 8. Garrison, H. 8. Foster and W. K. in Rus- Garrison. The first mentioned has redoe be forecast an uphea-asia, destined to give the ptasaut lib- cently come here front Ixingbranch, erty. in speech. In wovstip and in Cal., having purchased the Raymond properties here fur a home. He is government. From a serious and pertinent diges- a pioneer In the Deep Creek mining tion of revolutionary chaug-- that are district and 1 also heavily ini crested inevitable in certain pads uf tbe In mines in California. Of the second mentioned party all that is necessary world, the lecturer tnrned to a laughable discussion of tbe food ihal a lour-1s- t to say is that tils three years' connection with newspapers in Ogden haa la compelled to eat in Asia. "At a certain inn we quartered at. given him an acquaintance with the 1 complained of the food in general city and Its people that will be of and was overheard by the atahle hoy. great Iwnefll lu him in his new field. who communicated to the landlord The third member of the firm is a sun what he beard me say. When I paid of the first member of the firm aud my hill thia worthy regretted very lias recently came here front Califormuch that 1 had not found thing nia, with bis family, to make Ogden hi agreeable and asked what were somea home. of the things I objected to In partlcu-lr. FAMILY SKELETON RESTLESS. "Well. I told him that the rooking of in one that did not taie good and the cabbage my little boy had found Nelson Divorce Case to Reappear in Court Before Jury. a worm. Mbit. qnlekl.v remarked the bland Halt take. Feb. 2- .- Family skeletons landlord, It was a dead one was it not 7" in the divorce suit of Mrs. Ciella "I have been wondering since whai A. Nelson against David A. difference It made whether the worm Nelson .principal of the Jackson school, was .lead or alive," murluded Mr. will lie dragged from the closet and Br an. before a jury in Judge George parad.-Afier the lermre an informal rerep-lio- (5. Armstrong's court wiuiin the next was given hy Mr. and Mrs. Bryan two weeks. lo those present. An order was made Friday after As people 11 led out they passed the noon hy Judge Charles W. Morse ihe rase to Judge Armdisiingulwlied couple shook hands and transferring acfell enriched for having made Ihe strong's division of the Third District court upn the motion of John W. quaintance of one of ihe foremost in America today. Burton, attorney fur the plaintiff.' as the cas can be set a jury will be empaneled to decide whether STORM DOES DAMtCE under the clrctimalancea alimony ought tu lit- granted lo Mrs. Nelson. Streets Flooded and Cellars Filled in Hull whs filed for divorce hy Mrs Nelson. Dvr. 24, ifiuti. juat six Many Places. months after their marriage, on (he Aa a result of tin heavy rain storm gmunda of cruelty and It' and laied a an answer filed hy Nelson, it was which set in greater portion of the day the street stated, that Mrs. Met' ready, Ms had meddled in department wa- - kept busy in an effort mother-in-law- , to keep the gutter open aiiffciently and was responsible for thi t Twvnty-flrato drain off ihe wnier. At filing of the suit. The divorce waa street and Quincy avenue, a to be granted to Mrs. Nelson without ministure lake formed. Other ban a contest. It la stated, only the street amount of alimony could not he deplace were al Twenty-fourtand Qulney avenue, and on Madison rided upon. It was arranged to 111? and a complaint charging desertion until avenue, between Twenty-seventTwem.v-eighlsi recta. On account of the question of alimony waa reached the blocked coiidi'lon of the gutters NelKon refused in pa) any aura of street the water run money, whatever, and Mrs. Nelson de en Twenty-firs- t down the renter or the street. Many nianded enough for her support. Sevcellar thnuighuui 'he city are filled eral witnesses will he summoned to with waler unit give testimony before the Jury In rewas ranked. Early hist evengard to the allegation made In the ing ihe siorin was accompanied by complaint and answer. V. W. Griffin, cited in cotitenip' ilghinlug and thunder. of court for refusing to pay his wife alimony, waa before Judge Morse and TO DIVIDE REWARD was given umii March 15. 1907, to pay up ail his delinquent allnion). Echo of Haworth Murder Trial Heard I'nless the full amount la paid Grim i in Court. will he cited for contempt of court and punished. Griffin owes his wife Judge .1 A Howell. In the district I27..VI alimony, He is working for court ycKieiil.'iv stiernBoli. Isik up tlie I'rah Light Railroad company. he case of John A Fitzgerald vs. K. IjcIii K Wehlv received s divorce The action comes as au from w. H. V'ebli on the ground., I'. Die S.'itulail echo lo murder, wliitu of They were married In in Duvi county six or seven Kansas City In 19'tl, and came s Hayra-in 19t'5. Shortly after arSalt ago. and lor which Nick worth is si rviuu a term id the state riving here Wehli deserted hi wiN A' (. time the crime according to the complaint, ami ha pi uiienlisi) was commit''-- . I E!!i-.- n offered a 44oo failed to live with het since. Th" reward ;m. rite ae'kin was brought to court restored her maiden name, ileiernif iii- 'ii w inio hi should go. I els R. risytun. Mr rilrgerahl is with the Maud May fitt received a S.m Kr.incisf-,p.dii-ot divorce from Joseph Willis niFiti tmeut. on the grounds of desertion They BANKER FOUND GUILTY. were married lu 19U4. and tw) month after the marriage h ile Had Bankrupted the Institution Over .rieil her. Flu is a lirickniasi.n by Which He Presided. occupation and hia default wa en tered In the rase. Ken' land, liiiiuuin yh. !. Fred D. A divorce was given Caroline Olsen '.i iiid ti l(irt!i"i oivKidcni of ihe Home from Arthur Olsen on the grounds uf I Ikiuk uf tiimil! 'n. found cuiity desertion. have one child, ,i They t ".if v "i nf the Arthur, a son. Id year old. who wa nil'7 line he fun-, Tlii- 'i.i:-!h.ir.U in IP'14, with given into the rustody of his mother S.4 i.""o ' .i ,iii. fTiOd'i'o .ieti. Mra. Oieeii wis allowed a month A 'he fir-was known aiinti-iifor the Mipport o? her chii.l r ti'liii.ili- - " l"'e-.'.- ici'hing ll until he and herself. Olsen I a nritn-- und is week- - ago at Illoon' in Nevada. Service was ma le en hft.i .irrei.-at the time the suit wa irg'en. His and h Mum left the sta'e after threatening Ms wife. were married 15 y, ar They SMELTER SMOKE QUESTION. aco. For the past two vears Mr. Sell Lul-eI'tli ; I'ndeskor W. C. Dlsvn has hern compelled to -- tipport of t in iv chemical " herself aril child by conducing ., ' ' r.i I... forrooming house. a :,;ge audience ef (hti.iis s .ml me'..' .nxists, in iho lieiiileal LOWER RATES FOR POCATELLO. inieu of the univer-iin- . a Reason incon-YiMiienr- e -- Pm Co.u There is h nrc-nin- ; Burn or Ache h s Dr. WHEN YOUR FEET Ken-ued- thel-.iffat- - aph-rriHli.- A solid chunk of ote weighing 8: pound was received last night by P. Hunter, presideut of tbe Aura King Hold Mining company, chipped direct from the company's property at Aura, Nevada. It is highly mineralized, with copper, gold, silver and lead, which, together. ssay tn ihe neighborhood of SI 5o per ton. Tbe big ore is on exhibition at the office of Hunter and y and is attracting favorable attention. It i claimed to be a fair sample of the ore that runs throughout the company a property. The vein from which it was taken Is clearly defined for thousands of feet and the development work, that baa already been done, has only added to the general richness indicated In the drift. In all 250 acres of land are coat rolled by tbe Aura Gold company, with water rights, aud a mill, recently renovated and now ready for operations. Hr spring Mr. Hunter asserted that the company would be producing rich bullion and concentrates. The ore will be treaitd at the mill and shipped a into tbe local smelter, and tbe will be paid local men, who have expended time and cash In bringing the mine to a paying basis. The for the mine, which is opposite the Blue Jarhrt mine, from which has lieen taken three luRlion dollar. I a strong guarantee of its permanency and richness. - lu-- r ' Ne- cil-ixe- Mr. spent nearly a year In visiting the old world, not MISS MARIEC. BREHM for the main pm pose of seeing the of nature, for ihese il were wonder temIflc on sclent Hpeclal lecturer In leave America to sec. nereasarv not perance of the Ocueral AfNembly'N 1 have visited the Yellowstone Naliermaneni coininltt.ee on Teniperanc" Iravr-raothe magof tha Prealiytcrian Church In the C. tional park; have and I have nificent Yoseinlie valley, 8. A., at First Prealiytcrian church. Grand The PrehturiHU church hit taken wondered at the marvels of the Colorado, and of these a derided advance In the line of tem- canyon of the may II surely l said that here perance work and has coilimDalimcd place Hut to the hand' of Bod' is aeon. Mlaa Marie C. llrehtn to apeak In the see for ourselves the progress that is In churches behalf the of weal leading human family, of a nioie Intelligent temperance In- being made hy tin tu know what the Mis terest.. Prelim haw long been and inis see aud we started on this doing, known among the tin Mount ieniicraiiv world workers aa one of their moat eloquent lour, Hiid cduratloniill.v, it has liven1 Investment we ever nrnde. advocate. She haw been a prominent the will try tu tell yrm .if things 1 saw figure In the recent national and that are out of Ihe ordinary place world temperance run vent ion, who? alio has ever bet n a favorite speaker. visited hy touri!il, and the thing A staunch Presbyterian, she imw Is for which they are noted. But the points which were of most Interest to engaged Mtlely In I'resby leriau wore. us werr things which are little visit MIh Hrehin will speak at the mornthe places where history ing arrvlce of the First lresliylerl;i'.l cd, andWc went to Damascus, the oltl-e- i Till will be made. rburcb ill II ul'lurk. city In Ihe world the nntpusl of the only time she will lie heard while the desert. Of necessity mutt a citv In Ogden. aland here, and Damascus juNltflr Concerning her wrk I lie Sun Franall that has been written about It. cisco Ensign says: "Were I to pick out an Ideal sumAfter an absence id four years Vis; . mer resort. I would locate It at Merle C. Urchin, ptiuiri.-n- t of the Rwcilcn. Here the salt aud tiu-Woman's Chrltdian Teiiipersnre uuln.i of IIHimiq, caiiio to Cs!lfrnla as an resit water meet. Were I to pick henti Inspiration to all who had the ple out a Icapital for the Iteastern at would phire atire of Uatening n her. 4 n pubWith Kiirop.- on one side. lic lecturer, Mi." Hrelint bin the rare The aia on the other, and gift nf uniting tin- plrii of her h i illetlce with her own. and the Ml'l Mediterranean. Africa: this Natl idc:i of tin rarer genius winch i the power to apol for the aeat of government Bui 1 must conliffuev her uwn soul inl.i work. eastern continent. In the some IO In 8locktui sh. sskc to a I fers some f my earl ami .lu.ileiiee for two realization of old Titter was not m hours w.tli au da1 of m.mner and dreams. The wa net so hint-uthe much: n ft yb f e greatlv enjoyed Ivy I lutd thought to see, and the her liesr.-rOn the I'neiiie const wo Rhine wim not so heiitililiil b'Vi t,i cal! her the I'liiirle- - Sumner as our ewu Columhia; iinvl the hike of of the - Mnt at Aura vada. n Riorl.-linlui- haw Direct From th l f A. G. Horn ! s s 3611. VALUABLE CKUSCX OF CEE out-loo- k lM-- Plenty nf sweet milk and cream always on hand. T. P. Perry, phone TMT. divi-tien- y d BS the opera house. His simplicity and thorough Americanism. Mu quiet dignity and reserve, won the audience Immediately and he was applauded lung and rigurounly as he the introduction of aokuowledgcd Pi of. McKay, by arising and looking benevolently mu upon his audience. Just before hit speech Miss J.ulu Mitchell sang "One Out of Mauy." When some mean Republican says mean things about me." hanmrou'dy remarked the Nebraskan, "1 will hand him the speech of my friend, who Introduced m people in political position are abused more than they deserve." While hia speech was not partisan In nature. Mr. Bryan did not refrain from aaylng soma pointed and witty things about politics. He evoked alternately laughter and applause aa he alluded to hia o4-- position, politically, Democthe relationship of latter-daracy and Republicanism and the pn incites of Roosevelt to use the speeches he made several year ago. "The president has been muklng fur me for some tiine, niv be declared wlrb a merry twinkle in bla eye. Our ideas are so alike that our speeches get mixed, but I dont ohjeri. If we ara not allowed to use our uwn pisiform, we do not object If some one else doc. 1 have lieen accused of mixing polities and religion, an that when I make a pulltlral speet-some people reproach me for delivering a sermon, but there Is very little difference lictwecn a good sermon and a gisid Itemocratlc speech.'' Sir. Uryan'a speech was shaped to transmit to the people before him some of the lessons, experience and sensation he gleaned on a tour with Sirs. Bryan around Ihe world. HI beautiand caustic ful verbal picture about certain condition religiously aud polllirally aa ha found ihem In the nation of Ihe earth aud hia vivid narration of the sights and arenea In remote trad at rangy comers of the world, furnished an evening of entertainment not surpassed by any of tbit brilliant humorists, lecitireis aud men of literary fame, heard in Ogden since Ihe lecture committee of the academy engaged in filch a commendable work. In part be apnke a at Team Oiled money. He Is still the "Commoner.' DEAF BOYS WIN WHERE THE BEST IS SOLD" Ha-jkh- aud castes is abo.uiey uecea-aiy- . Jn speaking sf the needs of the country and the pblanthropy uf America in giving money for educational purposes. Mr. Bryan told of a dinner party that he a'entted iu Loudon. One memlier of me gathering asked bis opinion of Englisl.i.eu. Alter declaring that they were not a near peiTactiun as to caune isolation from other people, he said their most grievous sin was their love for Transmits to Hia Auditnca Ideas af Hia Observations and Eapen-nce- s m Foreign Lands. James manager for the Boyle Furniture rsmpany. was brought to Ogden last evening from Chicago, serious Mines which suffering front overcame him while on a buying trip in the east. Hyrum Plngree. holding h similar poaiMim with the Ogden also in Furniture company, who w the eat on a buying learned of Mr. Douginas Illness whl'e passing through Chicago and him to thia city. WATSON- - TANNER P-- rr tst BY WILADDRESS JENNINGS BRYAN. 5, w t Through his attorney. J. H. DeVlu". Tlioina, J. M tt.re commenced an action m the dUirict nourt yesterday to quiet title to a certain piece of proie erty i.n Twenty second street, thia city. The defendant in the artinn is Charlotte Moors, nee Kelly. $13.50, $15, $17 and $23 g.: - OGDEN H. Douglass, Na. Na. ;euipie. t toiat! in Cli'iia. 7 ni.--. a short rial sure e inside ut of solid marPekin ami is ble. Here ihe etnp'for oiNjjs once al the a VeH: for his wtnne ieniidir.gh: hour." he In Hie Orient at. 4 the found the net i iutcstiug a well a the must iiarbaruua relies ot superstition, fi.iurishtng aiutng Uii.iuus uf people, iu darkness and ignorance. In India he asserted tn-.- rune.i:iuu were so distrehslng that .it thoroughly comprehend the iguorai: htjte of the peos ple a visit to the and of tskiis, i f h STYLISH EDITORIAL ROOMS Independent Phona Sell 'Phona, two rings BUSINESS OFFICE r 'Pjt of a tempi" huer 2""' ye..ra ag.i h.auiitu. in i..e Remark. But ;he COMMONER Died Lett evriiiug, at 7:3U. at h1 home, corner of Grant avenue and Thirty-fllistreet. Joseph 8. Slone He wa burn a. Oldham. Lauraahirr. With h: Knglanii, Keb. lb. 1845. wife he t England, crossed tb plains wiih an us team and came (u Ogden, where he has Sinre resided. Nl'iitul Diemher of the Hr was Church of Jraus ChrUt of Lauer-da-v Sami, and a man nf Integrity and WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A OF MOST FINE ASSORTMENT STS 527 Hiaon 244a Waahlngri.n a.ru.ic. drew the prise chair at (hr Audi'uriuui lani night, Februai'v 2nd. 123. held Tirkei No .'.1"I J . life. -. ENGINBERS Non strain guggles-$.0each. Ruchmera. 2444 Wash. Raincoats NW M- TERErARY FINITAY, OGDCX, ITAIT, nee--ser- inveivin; ''lillions ,. dollar. Tile lecture 'hr.'iichout ex na treiiifiy iirhT'iial I'inie were -- hewn taken up bv I r imlag .ill poi'--.-Ei-igh. The ,irii,.n nf different ni:v tuirs nf Fiiiphur dinxule and air upon i'icern nd sugar bce-- was asv thru "bowing that in :hi vicinity where trpxi dtt'i.iae vg. done, hi no vj-.- : . ' 'lit i'il he hy tills with the s lug upon Mo- S - 11 Mi . i i from Mi" ff.ie dioxide ru! eef. P'wati'ibv. Frh. 2. The merchant are mjo-cirever Ihe fiah'iiRhmr.t of a new rate schedule of th Fhort Linn, shich gne into effect to-A da direct rata from the East allow, quicker delivery of carload lot I ani-on impound freight or retail sale t':ere l a saving ?f 4d or 41 ceus a hundred pound. The rate is n:a-idue to the efforts of the t'omme-ria- l club, and tha held a "Jubilation" mee--i- n 'ici: :K Hradv office Thursday nigh' in co'eiirji' km 0f the Installment ol ihe n w ct!( ;,! the meeting th club a':n adonted resolution the railroad commission hill i which tvw p fore the state legislature The iTVseure was designated a in practical, and more nr. '.art than the actual ' Individual Patterns Sold ; p ( OH!! WANT lOi-i- r4;; ADS YIELD BIG RESULTS. UNION MADE EDMUND TAILORING 345 Twenty-fourt- h St. CO.