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TIIE HORSING EXAMINER: TTAn- OGDEN. FOR RENT NOTICE. SPORTS I Ant Going to Tell You the Truth About Real Estate Elko Hct Springe. Feb. tuklssn re audits: First race, four fur1ong - Aunt Ros non: Auut Hala. second; Knit'. ihuvL Time. :48. Seuuud race, four furlong Hapsburg won; Dandy Dancer, second; Flarney, third. Time. :4 SO. Tihrd race, six furlongs Sir Vagrant won; Junetime, second; Ballad, third. Time. 1:14. Fourth race, mile and seventy yards High Bear won: Bottles, second; Florisel, third. Time. 1:44. Fifth race, mile J. P. Mayberry, won; Tsiuochiochl, second, Skyward, third. Time, 1:43 Sixth race, mile and a quarter Kitty Platt won; Bendigo, second; Match, third.; Time. 3:0 . I us la the reel estate business 10 stay end 1 want your confidence. Im goia to hunt neu on a truthful baeie orlUt a another job. When you 1 will niece of property with me Jell you exactly what commie-io- n I expect. I wont spoil n sale hr trying to hold up ih prospective purchaser When I offer a piece f Pro 1 sure erty for sale you can he am giving the lowest possible on doing price. I want- to keep business with you for years to to come and Ill do my best to attend to your business prompta ly and carefully and give you deal always. nqiiare lot's get acquainted. Gold Kilt Mining Company Principal Place of Business There are delinquent rpoit the following described stoci.. on awount m aaeftment levied iii .Uuuary it'.: i. i op;kii-.:j5u7, ihe several siuuutiu the names of the tvspM"iiv snare- c FEMALE ments. WANTED Vlrginla. M Don't ORGANS AND MUSICAL RUSSIAN MERCHANDISE Baa-J- o Washington Avenues ELECTIONS. over-weighin- OGDEN, UATH. W. A. Mala 4 WE CAN MOVE ANYTHING antl-seml- s X te Kish-ayete- TRANSFER COMPANY Krou-sevian- RUSSIAN NAVAL OFFICERS. St. Petersburg, Feb. 22. The council of naval officers of the Baltic station has adopted a resolution against the rententlon in the service of the officers of the Vice Admiral Xeboga-toff- s squadron who were acquitted by the court mtrtlal which tried them upon tile charge o surrendering to the enemy at the battle of the Sea of Japan for which the admiral was sentenced to he Interned la a fortress for ten years and others to ImprisonAdmiral ment for varying term Yakoteff, chief of the naval staff, has transferred the officers who were acquitted by the court martial from their ships to shore duty at the admiralty here..',-.- Vans, Drey, and Baggage Wagons, SPECIALTIES Plan FurniMoving and Bterege. ture Safe OFFICE Street PHONES . Second Hand Stores The JUMBLE buys, sail or e -changes any old thing", ("bluet" Wash. Haile. 1144 d PAUL ZIEGENHIRT, Store, d tf you have anything to sell or buy call sr phene 1870 to 1S7S Wash. Av Sell BSS-k- . Ind. 178. DENKERS Will pay the Highest price for second-hanfurniture and sell to the publls tne cheapest, 2411 Grant Ave. Bail B. A. d Phone 637-k- C. . Ind. KOK uud Grant. StIJ A valuable lease, small of niercliamliae aud fixtures, piano aud household goods Sl.tejo. If j mi hate the rush see me: ii'a a Huap. E. A. Sian fold. First Nai tonal Bank Building. e:uck 212-t- f tV tushed 5634 aud 502 Adams uutur-u:r- o KOK BALE phone 497-X- -A . Bell single Buggy. KOR SALE Fine 2725 Wash. Ave. FuraUnea room VM-r6X1 tXrd SL couvenisaca chickean, Ind. Phoue 664. 14-t- SALE Line good second kani sewing machines, at $5. $10 and $15 each, if sold at once. One good sewing machine buggy, cheap. Call at 2141 Grant Ave. 3 10-- KOK FOR RENT Clean furnished room iih hath, tilt roughly renovated ; aiao light housekeeping room The Urioami 332 !4ih SL Mr 8. L. Chinn, Manager. Tea'ed, sound, reilabls. Praters Order. Insures ate at reasonable race for one, two. or ihrt-thousand dollars. Accumulated eBr. gency fuud nearly tares million do; tar Investigate. Rocky Mountain Council, No. 627, meets second end fourth Fridays nt A. O. U. w. hsU. r. W. Stone, Regent; J. W. Wethsr-fpooCollector; O B. Roberta, Secy. Beneficiary MASONIC. Queen Esther Chapter Ne. 4. O E. S Regular meetings held at Masonic Hall on Washington avenue, between Twenty-fiftnod Twenty-sixtstreets the first and third Friday ef each month. Sojourning members cordial-1- 7 invited to ntteeJ. ANNA LEWIS, W. M. . LILY V. HALS TED. Secretary. h breed 2 h PYTHIAN BISTERS. Marts every Saturday afternoon at 2:30 ta Pythian hall, Utah National Bank building. Sojourning aiatora iavlted to attend. MRS. EVELYN GDA8MANN, M. S. C. MISS LOUI8B HITTER. M. ef K. ft C. eer-dlal- lr FOR SALE Small grocery store and fixtures with llviug room Party 128-t- f 2803 Wash. leaving tow FOR SALE Rhode Island Red ORDER OP RAILWAY CONDUCTORS Cockerell. J. T. Axley, 2351 Uncola Wasatch Division Ne. 324. R. C. A mo meets second aud fourth Fridays nt 2:30 p. m. iu K. ef P. hall, corner BOARD AND ROOM 448 26th street BAIJIWIN, KURTZMANN and Piano sad other musi- Washington avenue and Sdth auwat. cal mdse. Terms, Paatone, 416 All brothers an cordially iavlted to FOR RENT, UNFURNISHED ROOMS attend. 25th. wanted, female. . FOR RENT 4 rooms, 1563 Wash. are. a unfurnished. WANTED 20l J. HERRICK A CO, Successsrs to H. L. Whit Bring your goods hero If you want to sell them.. Call era If you wan, buy. 2142 Wash Av Bet Phan 'Hr. Ind. 447. WANT ADS YIELD BIG RESULTS. WANT ADS YIELD BIO RESULTS. ;! WANTED Man to take care of horse and two cow; good gardener; stray job for right nura. Joseph Scuwcroft d h FOR RENT AGENTS M8-6-t MEN aud boys wanted to learn plumb FOR RENT FIANO. lug, plastering, bricklaying, electrical trades; free catalogue; positions FOR RENT Piano. 2624 Grant. secured ; tuition liny dollar C'oyns Trade Schools, New York and San FOR BALE REAL ESTATE. Francisco. i yt U7 WANTED. WE PAY agents, ladles or gentlemen, from 50 eenta to 61.00 an hour to Introduce and advertise our rente-di- e etty or country. Care ha Med. Co, 2361 Washington A vs. FOR RENT -- 160 sera ranch wlih good Improvements; some implements. Cash uf crop rent. Foeriiklua at once. HUNTER A KENNEDY. 216-l- f suitable mo Anything from A to Z, 2nd Hand. Tbe Jumble. 2300 Wash. Phones 1141. Much more for lots lesa FARMS. WANTED, WANTED MISCELLANEOUS. Pork, veal, and chickens Co., 186 24th 8L at RussellJatnes mo I MONEY TO LOAN. B. P. O. ELK. Ogden IxtJge, Ne. Til, meeto every sad club Tuesday evening, room second floor Masonic building. 1416 Washington Avenn W. D. ROWN, E. R. J. H. KNAU8I, Secretary, tain ANY INTELLIGENT PERSON may earn $75 to $100 monthly eorrespond-Ir- g . : ' ORDER OF WASHINGTON. Ogden Union, No. 172, Ordor ef Washington, meets every Tuesday evening at I oclock In A. O. V. W. halL Visiting comrades Invited to nttend. WILLIAM DOYIJG, President. WALTER RICHEY, BoereUry. MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA Utah Camp, No. I960, CL; J. 11. SHAFER. every Tuesday night nt p. m. Visiting members V. A. W. AGEE. Clark. Masts FOR SAME - A No. Cauls Ranch, Eagle HaU, I Invited. comprising uvrr 4,001) acres, crass for newspapers, sure, steady fenced, branilrg corrals and house, Disfor aums liable to of $10 $100. near Huntsville between the Ogden DEGREE OF POCAHONTAS, . work; no conversing; experience count If paid before due. Payment and Weber rivers. unnecessary. Send for particular In No slcknea charge suspended Press Syndicate, LuckpoiL N. Y. leontsh Council, Ne. S, D. Of F-- . Also one farm in Ksjsvilie, Darin for application. The City Loan Co. meets evny Wednesday evening nt county, lying between upper and 3. First Natl. Bank Bldg. Suite lower road, fenced, house and orcho'clock. Eagle HsU. Dues non be paid SITUATIONS WANTED, MALE. ard, comprising U6 acres, more or MONEY to salaried people without to Busts Aide C. ef W, 112 6th Bt Visiting members Invited. less; exrrlleni location for fruit orsecurity or endotaement; payments MARTHA A. MORRIS, Pocahontas. YOUNG) JAPANESE COOK or any chard: good water right. to suit, either weekly or monthly; AUCE COLLINS, K. of R. kind of work. P. O. Box 66; phone One farm In Bountiful comprising business confidential. Call and get 1262. 30 acre mote or less; good water 410-1Ec-clD. D. Drake, my term ODD FELLOWS. right. bldg. For full particulars inquire L'tah LOST. Ogdon Lodge No. I, Independent Ormo MONEY TO LOAN, on farms and city Packing Company. der of Odd Fellows. Meats in L O. LOST Gold watch and chain, between real estate. HUNTER ft KENNEDY, O. F. hall every S. P. shops and 23rd and WalL Find- FOR BALE Tuesday evening. house, barn, pouRoom $, First National Bank Bulld-UVial ting brothers cordially iavlted to er return to 118 23rd at. and reltry houses and 3 3 acres of land, be present. near Fair Ground 62,600. wire reward. ' H. Hoey. J. W. BATLJCT. Nobis Grand. lArga brick house, 2 2 acres land. MONEY TO LOAN- -J. J. BRUMMITT. HENRY KlSSELv Secrotary. LOST White Spits dog. Return 276 Urge bam, good Improvements, near 25th. Reward. Fair Grounds, $2,500. Queen City, Rebeknk Ledge Ne. 4, 8 room house, near R. R. tracks, on L O. PROFESSIONAL F. boll. Meeto oooonl and 17th street, burn and imp rove menu, U)ST Between 23rd BL and Utahns fourth Friday evenings at Odd Frilewa $1,006. Drug store, os Wash. Are., an enTwenty-fourtHalL atnec Vtatttag ATTORNEY-AT-LAHomes in all parts of the city. "Ill graved gold watch inscribed with members Invited. Initials from ,F. 8. to D.. T, Return tiwat you right.". O. A. Hors, First ADA BAKER, Noble Grand. to .333 33rd. Natl Bank. . A. & HORN. LOLA THORNTON, Beerotovy. , Attorney-et-LawOffice ever Badeons LOST Black pocket book, Bismarck FOR HAJ.E Several snaps In houses Drug Store. I seek the butdneae of FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES saloon souvenir, between Congress 0. A. White, 362 25th. and lot all parties; am attorney sgainst all Dancing Academy, and 26th and Precorporations and monopolls Fraternal Order of Eaglea, OgJen Wall, con talus two recelpU and mospared to transact any and all kinds Aerie, No. 116, P. O. E., meet every FOR BALE Farms and Farm Land. ey. Return to Standard office. of legal, buslnen Monday evening In Eagles hall, east 640 acre ranch $10,000 IW. n t Reed hotel, at 6:00. Visiting Broth70 acne farm 2,000 er Eagles are Invited to attend tbe HAIR GOOD AND COSTUMER. CO acre LOST Plain gold ' ring, fenced between 1,200 Aerie mertlng Grant school and 22nd and Grant, 25 acres, river bottom 1,200 HAIR 8 WITCHES far aals at reduced T. C. MORRIS, W, Preeident 40 acres, with bouse 1.000 or on 22nd street, between Grant D. T. TRACY, Secretary. Hair cbalns a specialty. price and Lincoln. Liberal reward for re3.000 15 acre Ogden City DR. H. B. FORBES, Aerie Physietas Masquerade costumes to rent for turn to this office. 60 acres, partly plowed.... 1,200 balls sad theaters. Al malt orders HUNTER ft KENNEDY, FRATERNAL BROTHERHOOD promptly attended to. Mrs. C. E. Room 6, First Natl. Bank Bldg. Lee, 221 24th. P, O. Bog 435, Ogden Lodge, No. 271. T, F. B. meeto second and fourth Tuesdays at INSURANCE. acres of FOR SALE" good Und, 8 p. ta, is A. O. U. W. halL Visiting together with water and W. N PIERCE. Notary Publle, Rani members cordially Invited. bouse and barn, In good location, D. H. ADAM8, Preeident and Accident InEstate; Fire, near car tins, $2,800. IDA BECKER, Secretary. 407 24tb 8L surance, An elegant residence ta E. F. M1SCH. Treasurer. railroad district, $1,800. JUNK. ' One aero of guod land In heart of DEGREE OF HONOR. best fruit district near 12th steer, THE INDEPENDENT JUNK CO. buya $550. Ogden LeJge No. 1 D. of H. meets to all kinds of junk. Bell phone 826Z. One brick with bath and Ind. phone 3638D, Grace ft Jacob- Eagls hall tbe second and fourth Wedsewer connection, 13,000. nesday afternoons of each month nt son, 3141 Pacific. 2:10 p. m. frame and one Also one SUSIE SIMS, C. of H. Oranges, Lemons, Bananas frame, all located oa bench. In IF YOU have any kind of Junk, "phone JEANNETTE HILL. Financier. . first class residence district, $1,600 to OgJen Junk House; we will esll L. JENNIE PROUT, Recorder. each. for IL Bell 'phone, S25K; Ind. 72$. Pineapples A and bath, new residence, , with hot and cold water connections. WOODMEN OF THE WORLD. Bates Apples FigS In railroad district. SlAoo. OSTEOPATHY. CHAUNCEY PARRY, Weber Camp Ne. 74, meets in K. Cor. 22rd and Wash. Pbone 35S-THEY ARE THE FINEST IN THE GORDON O IVES. CORA G. IYE8, of P. bail ta Utah National Bank MARKET. Osteopaths, graduates from parent building every Thursday evening nt I o'clock. r Visiting Woodmen cordially school, Klrkvllle, Mo. FOR BALE Bargains In small firms block, suite 6$. Treatment by Invited to attend. T. C. MORRIS, C. C. and city property. Call P. A. MaU-OHours t a. m. to 5 appointment 611 28th. Bril, 306-X- . MSlmo. E. AUTH, Clerk, First National p. m. Bell phone 101 4K. Ind. 1012. Bank Building, FOR SALK Livery barn and ground, AND SURGEONS. PHYSICIANS 132x165 ft, containing 27 stalls, wash KNIGHTS OF FYTHIAS. racks, ete, in rear on Grant Ave, DR. A. FERNLUND, Physician 4 Both Phones 236. south of 25th RL, opposite Fire BuOgden Lodge No. 2. Knights ol Surgeon. Office bourn, 10 and 12 a. tton. Apply F. r. Bond, 327 24th nt Csstls HalL Utah meals 4 340 m. Pythias, 26th to 12 Office p. 2364 WASHINGTON AVE. Bt m, St, Bank National building, every Mon61 6K; Ind. 615. Bell Resiphones. K. of P.a requested AU evening. Ind. day Wash. dence rued $46 which In 10$. last night. the 'Frisco phone Bargains. to meet with tie. the engine, baegse car and smoker of Snaps, Bnsppi.Poiisps.etc.; free. ox. acre, cheap; per W, J. UNDERWOOD, C. CL a passenger train left the track and Dirt, per SANITARY WORK. 2 Tumblers 15c, TKettles 30c. E. R. GEIGER, M. of F. Nalls, no Restaurant Fixture turned over. Beyond a shaklng-uScales Counter!, L N. MEAD, K. of R. and 8 Bell phone S09Z. body was injured. A few dsyn ago $ Horses for a song ft something else. DONE of nil kind another passenger train wan derailed $780 Plan 3 Organs, Bargain Nsl McCarty, 172$ .Grant. WOMEN OF WOODCRAFT. at the same point and It Is believed Nice Home ft Farm in Bountiful. that the switch was purposely thrown B'dg, House, near Shops, paying well. SCAVENGER WORK. Sego Lily Circle, No. 174, meets ovIn both cuses. Three suspicious lookModel Fruit Farm, 27A near city. second and fourth Friday nights ary ing men were seen about the station Bankrupt and wreck good ALL KINDS of ' scavenger work. at 7:30, ta K. of P. hall. Vialttag ' last Rauken early at evening. Acres ta City. Prompt attention. John Van Swe- neighbors cordially Invited. Btore, Goods, etc, 137 G. N Bsmlth Shop, Tools, Brick House, 5A DAISY CA8HMORE, den, 607 2nd St Bell 747Y. PRESIDENTIAL NOMINATIONS. New Goods for any old thing, eic. Tracy avenue. " . 114-1The Jumble, 2300 Wash. 'Phones KATE HEYMAN, Clerk, 238 2 TAILORS. Washington. Tb. 23 The President Much Mors for Much Lss 23rd Street. followent to the resale today the Clothes cleaned and pressed $1 n ing nominations! , omen of Woodcraft, Ogden Circle FOR SALE --5 rods, 22nd street month, 357 25th St. Bell phone 858Z. To be placed upon the retired list, meets every Tneeday night nt between Grant and Lincoln; also with rank of brigadier general. Col. houses, 30$ Patterson. Bell phone oclock, K. of P. halL Visiting SURGEON. VETERINARY Alfred C. Markley, Thirteenth infan7JS-Z- . Invited. (hbora ws can be paid at the office of Ed try; CoL Frank H. Phipps, ordnance D. P. MILLIKEN, graduate veterinary department ; Col. Amos Btichney, corps FOR BALE Ranch, 8 acre 2 miles i, the Ifternoon of the 3 til of each aurgeon. Calls answered nlffbt cr of engineers; Col. Harry B. Osgood, from city limits. Address $060 . Porth, First National Bank BMg. Office. Ogden Feed and Sale day. assistant coirmlssry general; Col. Gar RS. AUCE COLUX 3, O. N, till ter Ave., Ogden. Av 2219 .Wash. Both Stable, relt J. Lydecker, corps of engineers. Flngree Ave. phones; night .phone 456K. felling. It Is charged that Bwreney Is a member of a band of thirty counWINDOW CLEANING. terfeiters. ranging from 18 to 24 years Feb. 22. America's LADIES OF THE MACCABEES. Washington, who have made and placed In old, w enriched by practicalpocket hook circulation Imitations of all coins from UTAH window and house cleaning Silver Hive No. 1, meets tbe second ly $ iOO.ODO.iicii, through its exportations one dollar down. Janitor and porter work. Ram Po-lafourth Tuesdays at 2:30 p. m., at and lat year, of cotton and theto products 1038K. 414 Office Co. Bell, n statestreet VisO'Neill of that staple, according halL Twenty-fift25th St. FRIGHTFUL RUNAWAY. sisters cordially Invited. ment, leeucd tjviay. by tbe Bureau of iting BE88TE SEBRINO. U CL. Statist Ire nf the Department of ComTsoomrft Washn, Feb. 22. John M. LUCY NELSON,. R. K. merce and Labor. The exports of this FRATERNAL or 28 Redgewick. while clearing land r product amounted to fool his had caught KNIGHTS OF THE MACCABEES.' per cent of the II .773,000,000 worth of Oiling, yesterday, KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS. in n logging chain and be was dragthe domestic exports. Ogden Tent. No. 34. meeto the secged a mile and a half by a runs ay Ogden Council No. 777. Meets ev- ond and fourth Friday evening team goln gat full gallop t the SolCOUNTERFEITER ARRESTED. ery Wednesday evening at K. of C at 8 oclock sharp. In L O. (X F. hall. dier Home. )le was horribly manglin Turoma hall, No. 2473 Wash. Ave at 8 o'clock. Visiting Knights cordially invited to 22. a died at Arthur and ed hospi'sl Feb. Sweeney, Denver, attend. Visiting members welcome. 17 year old. whn learned to mold in this afternoon. 0. K. J. W. HALPET. Commander. H. J. peVIXE, has brasa his father's moulding shop, elf. J- - llORAN, FI F. T. BOND, Recorder Keeper. Sec jr. RESULTS. BIG YIELD a cn counttrWANT AOS of charge been arrested STREET TAR MEN, CLERKS, BOOKKEEPERS, and all others employed, find our office re- RAILWAY, : GEO. ALIEN, CL C. D. L. DOYLE, B. aai T. TO BUY. WANTED Double harness far farm use. 667 K. DRESSMAKING- -- lailortm aud lancy FOR RENT, FURNISHED HOUSES, skirt a specuii;-- . 24 th SL Ind Phone 3727D. FOR RENT Furnished house. 6 room with bath, on 7tb St., E. Auth, MALE HElP WANTED. room 26 First Kat'l Bank Bdg. es 1 l!-16- (-- a h 1 And In accordance with Dw (and an order of the board of directors) so many shares of each parcel of stock as may be necessary will be sold at the office of J. J. Driver, 3385 Washington Ave., Ogden, 1'tah, on the 6th day of March, 1807, at 6 p. m., to pay delinquent assessments thereon, together with cost of advertising and expenses of the sales. W. B. WILSON. Secretary. Elko Eclipse Gold fining Company. FORECLOSURE OF AN ARTISAN'S AND WAREHOUSEMAN'S LIEN. . NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant to Chapter 8 of the Revised Statutes of Utah for 1883, JOHN J. McKlXNOX, a painter and artisan, will offer at a public sale on Saturday, March 8tb, 1907, at twelve o'clock noon, at hla pUce of busineaa, 8303 Washington Avenue, Ogden, Utah, (and foreclose his artisan's and warehouseman's lien on), certain article of personal property, to wit : One Surrey In which he cDlms a lien for repairing, altorinf and bestowing labor and furnishing materials thereto, therein and therefor, of the reasonable value of 115.25; that said personal article, to wit; surrey, ta the property of ANTON FRONK, Junior; that said repairs and Improvements were made on July 25th, 1306, at his Instance and request: that beeause of the failure of the said Anton Froak, Junior, to call and remove the said surrey when completed and of which he was duly notified, the said John J. McKinnon was compelled to store the same for which there baa been Incnrred storage charges of the reasonable value of 18.00, making a total amount of BZ3.Z5 due him; that said account is due and has been for more than thirty days prior hereto. Dated this .20th day of February. 1807. JOHN J. MCKINNON, Lien Holder. J08EPH Chez, Attorney. where the men were assemBREAK IN THE LEVEE. bling. There wpre several men absent hut they were satisfactorily ac; New Orleans, Feb. 23. A crevasse counted for. When tbe men assem75 feet wide, which, unless closed Ira- bled for rott call several were short ni edDtely, will cause overflow water of ammunition, bnt this, could be acto back up ss far as Gretas, a town counted for by Mie fact that the men opposite. New Orleans, opem-- today might not have had time to find cart35 miles below here In the west bank ridges in tha confusion of assembling. levee of the Mississippi river. It Is My soldiers," he said, thought the the first serious break In Louisiana citizens were firing on them. No Utcs The cross ex miration brought out since the high water began. are endangered, but a large ares of out little information. rich sugar and truck farming land will LONE HIGHWAYMAN. be Inundated ts a depth of eight feet In a few day The tracks of the Grand Isle railroad are also being washed Portland, Ore., Feb. 21 A dispatch to the Oregonian from Jacksonville, In out. Fite hundred men will be put to southern Oregon, says n heavily armwork tomftrrow In an effort to close ed lone robber held up a stage near that, place this afternoon and secured tbe crevasse. nbnut $300 from nine passenger and , PENROSE COURT MARTIAL. a farmer who happened to drive up. A posse Is in pursuit. The country la San Antonio. Feb. 22. Second Lieu-trna- rugged one. George Lswrason. Twenty-fiftTO INVESTIGATE WRECK. Infantry was on tbe stand today In the Penrose court martial trial. He Bt. IjoiiIs, Mo., Feb. 22. The police was In command of compsnv B. at time of the affray. department was today requested to fort Brown nt thewas awakened by send detectives to Rauken, Mo., to InHe told bow he shots and wont to his company's bar- - vestigate tbe canee of the wreck on ' 230Q NEVADA SECOND-HANSTORE. We buy and sell hll kinds of now and second-hanCall or phene Wacker A Hayna good' Props, IS! tltti St Phons, lad. 122. Booend-Han- did WANTED First class carpenter. Apply at once. State Industrial School. Bt. Petersburg, Feb. 22, 6 p. m. The returns received today were only from fifteen additional electoral district bringing the total number of members elected up to 410, as follows: Morachlsts, 75; Moderates, 33; Progressives, 23; Constoiut tonal Democrats, 74; Left party, 162; Nationalists, 40; Indefinite, 11. The MonarchDts made the greatest gains, 12 seats, but they have about g attained their full trength, as an proportion of the 108 members yet to be elected will surely be oppositional. . The results promise a stormy session. The bowling down of ministers will be supplemented by battles royal between the radicals and tbe aggrtesslve Relctlonlsts under the , leadership of men like Mr. Krousbe-vianof Klsh-Ine- f. tbe notorious M. Krouebevlan received many threatening letters to which the organ of the Reactionists, the Russian Banner, replle with n first page notice to the effect that Vlnsver, Joseph Hesr, sen, Prof. Paul Mllukoff and Mr. the Moscow member of parliament, all leaders of the Constitutional Democratic party, have besn selected 's for retribution In case n hair of head la harmed. Latest Publications of Sheat Music. Bss tha Wondsrful Pips Organ. ansa, KENT SALE Throe barred Plymouth Rock cockerel 214 Wash. Are. FOR RENT iu; ;rl ANTED Girl lor Luiaowo;k, . Observed In Berlin, Berlin, Feb. 22. Ambassador and Mr Tower gave a Washington birthday reception to the American colony of Berlin today. Several hundred Americans attended a banquet and dance In one of the hotels tonight PIANOS and mast new UK J Hat. "m Posit !uil l experienced Monographer ami liUiug clerk. Uuod Add:ck M., care Stand-'d- London, 1 Ind 224. Bell, rooms KOK 2:ilWh.. situation J.C. Platt Saddlery TSeenty-flfU-i Furnished 'j: J for geut.emuu. ROYAL ARCANUM. K(K SALE 26U egg iucubaicr and io-- i t poultry fence for $6.09. L'ciet 214 Wash Ave. I.T.JO. Ml,.. Two furnished rooms for g, $.00 per niou'U. avin..c. 1 WANTED All Our Harness 40S Hjusv 6-- 6 Celebrated in London. Feb. 22 Washington's birthday was celebrated hers tonight by the uudon branch of the American navy league by a dinner nt the Savoy In of leather from the best made is hoi el, which was attended by many Blanmanner. workmanlike most the of the prominent inemliera of the and kets. Halters, Whips everything American colony. The members of the a hone owner needs.' American embassy, however, were from being present, by the Court (unction at Buckingham palace. Co. prevented Among those present were Charles Koblsaat and Thomas W. Crdiler, representing the Jamestown exposition; Louis Hay. R. Newton Crane and GertV Pianos. Bush Frank BID Nswman Brea. Organs. Named After Washington. Hamburg. Feb. 23. The Hamburg-America- n Steam Packet company has decided to name one of Its taro liners now being built the George WashingH. C. WARDLEIGH ton. . i A FOB RENT Furnished room BenWANTED Lady to s.iieivie kitchen nett Block. tl work and l iu cooking. State Industrial school. BOARD AND ROOM. WANTED Girl tor genual houses orh GOOD BOARD nd room. 325 26th nt. 5tii z$th etreti. 2 mo In the Senate. Washington. Feb. 22. The senate began Its session today by commemorating the memory of' George Washington, whose farewell address was read by Senator Burkett of Nebraska. Not a score of senators were In their places when the session opened. Hie house did not obaerve the anniversary beyond a reference to It in the prayer of the chaplain. think you cant afford it till you've given us a chance. We sell no Inferior goods, no old fashioned appliances. OUR Uj-- MISCELLANEOUS. aeo-ond- HOW ABOUT A E. Mala b ANTED ChaiutH j uaiu at the Read. (Continued from Page One) 2376 'phoitu ': rooms 56 FOR SALE wflMuiuLiied light Irani ioou.s cheep. 2465 Wash. Mrs. Audit u. 3lh. 3-- - Guitars, Aecordeou Strings. Dialup i.ouM.-kt'i'p'.- '.l ROOM u.VRiiE i. 5 -- t I:t I'OK RENT rt.ordl t-- r IN HONOR OF WASHINGTON. VI. G-- HELP WANTED. WANTED A girl work. Apply 2,'.i-- 32. Fair Feb. New Orleans, Grands results: First race, five furlongs, selling Donna Elvira won: Alanie, second; Benvoiio. third. Time, 1 : I . Second race, seven furlongs Wes won; Ohlevsa. second; Bitter Mis third. 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