|Ogden Morning Examiner
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|Ogden Morning Examiner
TIIE MORNING EXAMINER. HALVERSON SALE BIB CROCKERY Beginning May 6 for Ona Week, White DUtes "hud Toilet White " - - . i Regular Chamber nad Carer Edge Bowl and Pitcher, d PHchsc. Bowl r sad Stop n.rtrt 11 STbiJchh-ul ra gaueere, VV K(l ,., Special I 75 $ M 1.S5 1.10 L90 $ large eiie Urge alee 15 Jar ptala; per aet of eta He aai per eat of els a tual Beaeureaeeat Shape,' or Taney rWa Mtae. - ' 'Mcrii-""- One Plat Bowls A. G. Here and R. S. Fsrtiiworth, far Glaamann, Move te Dismiss the waae. JS 3 actual Beaauroeat I In., M actual measurement J - BV In., S'MIMM MMttifMftt DUk, Mtnal J4fUM , maemA 10 in Bowll.e leioe ! gteth Ptet With link PHcher Two 'veer 4 ee4owth Ptet White Milk fHehere ....... Piet Whtte Mtik or Whtor Pftchcf pill ...a..aef Soate Dishes. gaeee Oataaal Bowla, Bet of Bln ga.ee aai gverytody aaee white dishes guy at thee, prleea. this a40 23 .60 M 1JH M 16 .20 11 14 JS IT 10 .45 -- U -- .,.., . .SO will be your only chaaoe - ,S0 to Wheelwright Bros. Mor. Co. matter to find valuea anywhere. The camp ia one of groat energy and great development work is eontemplateand AMUSEMENTS. GRAND OPERA HOUSE OiieGtle. Narthweetera Association. It ALEXANDER GRANT. Is under way. extend "Great mineralised dyke throughout the camp and In these the values that ia, the greatest values are found; hut they are in turn fed by innumerable cross vein, all converging towards a central point the main sons of the district. W. A. Crook, a mining engineer of considerable ability, saye that the true character of the district la not known. The district la about eight miles wide and between 26 and SO miles long. IVhererer practical development work has been done, good strikes have nearly always been made, la the Durango Girl, for Instance, trenching opened up ore said to assay from $140 to $234 a (on, while other properties in the same locality show good ore. "East of the town of Rosebud and in the foothills lending to Sawtooth peak, the formation changes from the porphyry common to the western portion of the district to elate. In which are Quarts ledges carrying good silver valuea Some of these Quarts ledges are Quite pronounced and are easily traced, while 'the prophyry ledges are covered with wash. Such conditions have been developed la Michigan, Alabama, Northern and Thanksgiving claims of the Rosebud Consolidated, a Goldfield company operating in the district. Work ao far demonstrates that the Quarts ledges widen with depth and carry Increasing valuea. la Rosebud la mak"Development ing rapid strides. The work being done la of a practical and substantial nature. Strikes occur with remarkable frequency, and they are all good strikes, too no fakes or baseless rumors hatched up to make advertising for the camp. Naturally the work on the more famous properties of the district la being watched with the most Interest, but there are, moat assuredly, other properties that are developing equally as good as those, concern-- , h tbs public la at present moat familiar. Theatrical Rs. Mgr. iLininn tonight - gjmnnrs" Curtain at o'clock Sharp. TOUR. SPECIAL Mrs. LESLIE- - CARTER IN- -' . Du Barry Appllcatiena for Seats and Boxes by Mail will be filled In thb erder received- - sum, $1.60, sum, 76c, 80c SEAT SALE NOW ON. PRICES: ' UTAHNA THEATRE . ID Changes Every Saturday Mat- - Ires. Two EVENINGS 7:30 MATINEE . PRICES MATINEES a and Performances, ' Dally, Except Sunday, at 1:30. itIMi ...10c, 20c, SOe paeSMeaealOOf 20 log-whic- ENTERED A STORE SPRIN6JEDICI Dont Mistake Burglaro Obtain Sevan Dollars in Cash and Sams Tobacco, a - The confectionery and tobacco store run by . S. Macbeth, at the corner street and Lincoln of Twenty-fift- h venue, was entered Must 'night by Alcohol Stimulates two burglars and robbed of $7 in cash tobacco valued at $3. The lose But Destroys and was discovered this morning. Two mon vers observed on the The beat are extracted with flyeer-u- e corner last night before closing np from well known medicinal vegs-- . tlms and- they were eo Inquisitive that Macbeth took extra care In dosing the t The new pore food lnw Entor and bolting the door. yon somn protection an the man. sfteturera art compelled to print on trance was' gained through a rear door mch package the percentage of nloo- - to a hack room, whsrb a crowbar was board opiates and other harmful drugs. used to pry loose a two-Inc- h what you are buying. Caroba that held the door leading into the Buna, the Groat South American main store room. The till was openblood and narve tonic ia n The tobaoeo ed but not damaged. hydro- extract of caroba leavea. ML taken was of the choicest In the house. John's Broad and Egyptian manna with other medicinal herb, aromatics, COUNTESS IS IN POVERTY. tad carminatives. Each carefully with dua reference to Its speo- I. Count Paul Fast snd peculiar effect on one or more Countess Vllma Feate-tlci- , tario of the body and ao blended that who elbped with the Gypsy, Rufinished compound will operate dolf and deeded to him a house Nyarl, nsnnontoualy and from one Ingredient. her father gave her as a pres? up the general nervous system, which ent In anticipation of her marriage to vnlla other energise the Kw, whaftn she jilted for thl S and intestinal glands, Count petti, othara the kidneys, akin, etc. I The Gypsy, has revoked tne gift and taken back the house. The countess Is said rail effect of the combination being to - to be seriously 111 and la straightened arouse the entire system to renewedmergy.-cana- e each organ of circumstances. REACTIONARIES IN CONTROL. elimination to do lta work; purify tad enrich the blood and give it an n and rlgorona May - Tsen Chung Suan, circulation, bring thePekin, new minister of the ministry of about natural function! and clean communications, one of the most imftaltby tlmues, that will eniurfc reactionaries and at present strength and portant a power behind the throne, la using Caroba Manna la for sale at nil drng-t- a his influence to turn out recent apat 50c pointees and Install bis own friends.forper bottle. Prince Cblng, president of the eign board, has been Impeached upon the charge of accepting bribes from IIDOBSES ROSEBUD the recently appoint Tuan governor of Hal Lwng ed temporary Prominent Mining Man Says Camp Klsng- - who was simultaneously disHsi Phenomenal Riches. missed from his post Tsai Chen, president of the minisJoseph J. Clark, one of the best try of commerce; Tuan Shi Kni, view tawa mining men of Colorado, after roy of Chi LJ end commander of the Chinese forces, and Tang Shn Oyi, the x week examining a num-- new governor of Mukden, - have also 7 the loading mining camps of been Impeached on various charge. r that ln of the fact 1 na vent prepared to see soma- GOVERNOR OF NEW MEXICa -4V.- Ivuuniui Hlliirv M Bvrcr Cv.-i1$. Captain surprise at what 1 May prtly Washington, 0f Robud- - which e George el!.h governor of Samar, P. Curry, greater part of hit atten-Clar- k I., who baa tmau appointed governor says; of New Mexico, will call from Manila to be a camp of for the United States on June 3rd. skJn!!i'li, Thors are many ta usder richness. lull operation then that SUMMER EXCURSIONS records without the least White 7 tt!k- Dreamland. nd Brown Palace are Via Colorado Midland Railway. City prrMA "Ptlonal worth, the of Mexico, May 1 to 7, June 7 to Schwab and hie sad 17 to July 1L Round trip, $61.11. roccRtly purchased It Long limits. from the original locator. Eastern Excursions May 27 to $0, Th tw! to Brock June'3, 7, 13. 1L One fare pine 12.00 sod the for long limits. Stop overs. Other WtTfiildelphl,-Balt- Uk cheap rates during the summer. Write aro IL8 the J!t,,r,!ly skimming off U H. Herding, Salt Lake City for ire district Is U. H. Harding, General hsaruTS' and It Is s hard Agent Stimulent for Tonic - af-mr- gly-tari- d stom-novel- s, 1 S- and-$1.0- Chlh-Kwei, . re-ih- till m.?0 rail, WIL- - d .43 In, I Shape, Plewe, Plsi r set of 3 --r putea Plain or Pancy Shape, action against LIAM GLASMNN. LOG 0 .43 i' ""e, SECOND a suie officer, be must be tried by the legislature. Mr. Halverson dare not take the charges against him before any Judja that Judge ll.iwel may because lbe ca'.l to try the 1 know charges made were true. ibem to he true. Halverson dure not have the case tried on its- mrriis. . "This whole race falls, first, because lth they have charged Mr. Glaamann publishing n talas statement and they rove themselves the statement was frue. 8ecoad, they charge the Staad-ar- d Publishing company with being the owner and then try to prove that Glaamann ta th owner. They proved by Mr. Tracy, the secretary, that the Standard Publishing company was tha thou they owner of the Examlm-reaeattempt to prove that Glasiuanu owns It. too, and by their own witnesses they neet make good the charge In their own complaint or fall" Bath aides offered authorities and Jud,ge Murphy saM he would give bl opinion next Monday morning, at Id: 30 o'clock, t Halveieoa shoved snob disregard for hla own law suit as to lie down on one of the seats in full view end directly In front tff the judge end protend en utter Indlfferencd as te the proceedings, but occasionally be arose to prompt Jim Kimball until hta ac tlon annoyed the Judge, who Invited Mr. Halvereua to go into the adjoining room and lie on a oot if be was unable to ait up. Halverson apologised to the court for his seeming disrespect and said it was purely thought-leesneThe Judge said that. It wa all right, but our action annoys the court. . SUIT ui MAY THURSDAY, ce, LIBEL Fancy ndictim. Wo ought ant make tkeas Ion pricea la vucn vo suet pay ia the future, tut the were o oiuot Boko room for new goods. Jg low market SEE THESE PRICES: our plain U vtl! UTAH. OGDEN. Judge Mnrphy heard the second installment of Halverson's second libel suit against eWUliam G humans, yaw tenlay morning. Deputy County Rsoorder Van Dyke was the first witness and Identified several court papers, among them the complaint of Henry Weasler against Halverson, which was the complaint published ln the Examiner of which Halverson eumplaias snd which he charges to be libelous, thus proving that the article vas a court document and hanew privileged under th law and thus proving the truth of the complaint published. Henry Weasler was the next witness and said he caused the complaint of Hanry Weasler against Halverson to be filed and that ha told Mr. Glaw maun substantially th Interview, which Jim Kimball read to him, aa follows: Henry Wewler.whea interviewed by a representative of this paper, aa te his motives in asking for Halverson's removal from office, said: "My boy was brought home dying. He bad ban beaten so horribly that he died from the wounds. The man who did the beating, at preliminary hearing, was bound over to th district court to bo triad for th killing of my sou. When the time arrived for the trial Halverson asked for the dismissal of the case, and tb man was released and has never been tried for that awfu crime I have felt ever since that Mt. Halverson was Incompetent as a prosecuting officer, and when I saw that be was charged with incompetence or failure to do hie duty In other matter ia Sunday Mornings Examiner, 1 thought It was time that the man should be removed from office.-'called on Mr. GUsmann, congratulated him en his noble stand In daw log to tell the truth, even about a prosecuting attorney, and 1 suggested that Mr. Halverson ought to be rw I moved. a. DIRTY TRAMP GETS A The Won:ing Assu-cistlhas issued a circular advising sheep men throughout the state that a conspiracy is being planned by eastern wool buyers to force down the price of wool, iu spite of manufacturers demands. Producers are advised not to sell their wool under au v circumstance at less than the IMG market and the association offers to buy wool at last year's price if eastern buyers will not pay as much. Should the grower take advantage of th offer, the association will be incorporated and capitalised, becoming practically an Independent exchange controlling the Wyoming output. Woul-Growei- There will be n business meeting of Aid Society ofth First M. E. church at the parsonage at 2:3d, Thursday afternoon. th Ladles -- IDENTIFIED AS A : smart styles; made permanent by the very best material and skilled workmanship. Clarence H. Packer, former assist- ant time keeper of the office of Assistant Superintendent Botaford of the Oregon Short Line, baa accepted position a assistant to Assistant Superintendent Costello at Salt Lake. George Lockheed, Jr.7 foreman of Pintsch Gas workb of this city, left yesterday for the east. Loch-bea- d will visit Pueblo. Kansas City and Chicago with a view of gaining further Insight into the oparailoo and inner workings of largo plants ta those cities which are to be adopted la the rebuilding of the local plant. It waa announced today that. Instead of a $10,000 plant, toe company will cruet u that will cost approximately The infont child of Mr. and Herrick died at T o'clock this morning, at the family residence, 451 Twenty-firs- t street The funeral was held yesterday afternoon. A1 SOLE AGENTS been sent ahead of their coming ud at sparks ud other Nevada points it is probable that to etrik breakers ft. The comMr. Halverson refugsd to do his duty. I am advised then nr tuny other Instances, but my attorney thought four cases enough for the present." "That la the cool and dignified answer of a man who bad seen the man who killed hla boy walk the streets of Ogden snapping his fingers to the whole world nod who did not have to submit to even a trial "What Mr. Weasler. his wife and family bava Buffered to see the slayer of their son. go Scott free, without even a trial, can only be realised by one who baa had similar experience." Mr. Weasler testified that he was called up by telephone by a Standard reporter ud ha gave the foregoing Just about tha way It appears In tha paper. Mr. Klpiball wanted to show that Mr. Glaamann wrote tha article, but Mr. Wessler said it was a reporter. He did not remember who, only that be gave It over the phone. Mr. Kimball then wanted to know who paid hi lawyer foes In the suit , against Halverson. Attorney Horn objected, saying, "Ton may ask If Glasmepa paid it, but not aa to ethers." i The court held with Judge Horn, It appears ss though Halverson la using tha suit against Glaamann to gfet some Information about something else. Kimball said he Just wanted to find out If Glaamann bad anything to do with the Wbsaler charges, "Well" said Judge Kora, "aak If Glaamann had anything to do with It, but dont go on a flahidg answered that he wanted to show that Glaamann was back 'of the Wessler suit and back of the publication of the article had "we can't ask direct questions." "W'ell, then," said Judge Horn, iw waive our rights In thl matter and permit yon to ask all the questions you desire. I know you cant connect In any way, therefore, we give you full permission to ask the witness direct and leading questions.1 . But Mr. Kimball., at once excused Mr. Wessler. Just who Halverson suspects of being beck of the effort to remove him from office ia not known, but all the actions iff Hal verson and hla attorney Indicate that Halverson ia fishing for Information to be used elsewhere. When Halverson had finished. Attorney A. G. Horn and R. 8. Fsrat-wbtt- h moved to dismiss the case, without offering any evidence for Mr. Glaamann. Attorney Horn said: We move to dismiss the case on the ground. Drat, that Halverson had proved by bis own witnesses that all tha paper said was trim and under the law the paper was privileged to publish the same, and, second, because no proof had been offered connecting Mr. .Glaamann with .the published alleged libelous atflc." Jim Kimball replied, saying that he admitted the complaint filed In court by Wessler against Halverson was privileged under the law, but that tha head to the article and the Interview with Wessler following the complaint were not privileged. He said' the Btendard Publishing company and Mr. Glaamann were one snd the same thing; that everybody but Mr. Glaamann am, his attorneys know that Attorney- Farnsworth replied the Standard Publishing company was n corporation and Glaamann Its bn Iness manager and that Kimball and Halverson had proved that by their own witnesses. Even In the complaint they charge the Standard Publishing company to be the owner and not Glaamann. But U does not make any difference as to who Is the owner. The prosecution has proved that the article published by the Examiner Is true, both by producing the court record end by Mr. Wessler. . Again. Mr. Kimball is wrong when he says the charges against Halverson were proven falsa and were dismissed for want of facts. , Tbs truth Is Mr. Halverson pleaded that the district courf could not try him on (luwe charges because the law provide that, belag trip."-Klmbn- ll na ht I I will meet with opposition. I ! ,&lx car filled with strike breakers for use in filling the places of union mu in San Francisco will paw tola afternoon through Ogden hound for lbe coast. They were ro cniltsd ln Chicago. BL Louie, Kansas City and Minneapolis. Another bunch of strike breakers ia scheduled to arrive hers Friday. Most of thoso who have enlisted In too middle states In the strike breaking cause are men who want to get seat without paying fora and many will undoubtedly desert the ranks when they arrive at Su Franclaoo. .When the news of the fighting between etrikera and , men reacted tb strike breakers at Omaha a number of them deserted. i . Upon the recommendation of Commissioner Ballinger, tb .secretary of tb Interior has revoked a part of the order of April 24th, IPod, withdrawing publie lands from entry In Utah. The revocation relate to state selections aa In the past exeepl on lands Farmers In the vicinity of Roy cap- which toe geological survey has certified to be mineral. In character. tured Thomas Ashe Tuesday. In n OMAHA BOOSTERS Davis bay stack not for from th At a meeting of toe board of dicounty nursery farm, and yesterday rectors of toe State School for toe Nat Resell 'Ogden Until (he Midheld up Leon Lambert, an employe of Deaf and Dumb held Tuesday after- Win dle of June, the nursery company, Tuesday at noon on recommendation of Supernravw noon. intendent Drlggs, toe entire faculty thousand dollars Is beTwenty-fivfor the ensuing year. Ash, before tb hold-up- , was dis- waa covered In Ogden, os Twenty-fiftWith th reinstatement comes' a raise ing spent by the Omaha Commercial street, where be had falka, apparentIn the salaries of the majority of club and affiliated bodice for the ly exhausted. Ha claimed. to be Bu- teachers. ' "Greet Northwest" excursion whirl! ffering from n malady contracted la will spend sixteen days In June on n Cuba during tha lata war. Aa hla genPigs' tost 1$ eta, per doten. Bologna era! appearance Indicated that some- 4 pounds for 21 eta. All kinds packing Junket thifengh Montana, Washington, thing ought to be done, ho waa taken house trimmings cheap at Ogden Oregon, Idaho, Utah and Colorado. to the county Jail where he ores found Packing Co.s old stand. Braokln Tha train will leave Omaha, June 2, to be ao filthy that the sheriff refused Vause. and will carry 121 ropresenUlixps of him admittance to the JalL His tb beet Jabbing Interests of the city. coverSchwab' were clothes and body Charles literally and party. In pri- The South Omaha livestock exchange Bo vate car ed with vermin wf the worat-kinLoretta, passed through Og- will also have a good representation, leavwas he given aa opportunity of den bound for the sad stockman will hava an opportunyesterday ing the elty, which he did over the east Schwab has been west Inspect- ity to meet many of the' people with R. G. W. track In 'the direction of Balt ing' hie eopper properties and other whom they have been doing business Lake. . mining propositions In Nevada and for many years. Mayor Dshlraaa of After Ashe held' up Lambert,' the California. . Omaha will lend dignity to tha com-pu- y news was quickly, communicated to a sosmm by bis p resen es, ud tba excurseveral fanners and a small posse Died: a body will bo the most Tbs fourteen months old sionists started out to find him. Last night ehlld,-- - Frssoss, daughter of Mr. and representative delegation of Omaha he ,was discovered asleep ln a hay Mrs. W. CL Wayaont, at the residence, business mu which hu ever undet stack, blissfully unconscious of the $21$ Jefferson ' avenue, yesterday, taken n trip of conquest he of his When captors. proximity The train will bo a palatial affair, at I o'clock, Funeral services will be awoke ho was basiled to a near-b- y held at 10 o'clock Friday. Interment made up entirely of Pullmana, ud telephone and detained nntll deputies will take place at Wen Weber,. will have evary comfort required. It from the eherilTs office arrived. will be dressed in to colors of King The man wu"Ieteu filthier than A baby girl waa born Tuesday to Samson of toe Knlgbls of when first taken Into custody. Hla toe wife of E. Williamson, 20$ Twenty-siand will carry long streamers Indicatbeard was removed by the use of a xth ; ing what la the business of lta passtrati pair of horse clippers, and his rags sengers. Ten tons of literature will were consigned to the .flames. TJn ' Born, to.th wife pf fi. S, Smith, n be distributed, advertising Omaha and the Jail bath tub waa filled with water girt. Its products. Ja addition to tola, ton and Into it the unwilling man was Jobbers ud wholesalers of too city will carry thouauda of stickers and pushed. After repeated dips In tha NaCashier of the Plngree Plngree liquid, and under tha cleansing In tional bank, stated yesterday that flyers which will be scattered broadwas stiff hair brushes, h fluence of the contract fnr the erection of the cast Every Industry In toe eltv will finally pulled from the tub complete Three Forks Cement company has te represented. Secretary Guild of aorne-what ly altered In appearance and not been awarded to 'he Cement En- toe Commercial club will he In Immerefreshed. Lambert was then gineering or to any other diate charge of toe excursion, with called ln to Identify him which be did firm of company the Real Estate exchange, the Liveengineer. stock exchuge and Board of Trade despite the radical change wrought by tbs bath. A car of Parlays strike breakers taking an active part. The original plan bu been somewent west yesterday on No. S deviated from. The train will what for bound 8aa Franclaoo. ar PAY They MUST $60,000 Burscheduled to arrive on too coast la go direct to Montana over the Heltime to take part In toe strike of lington, visiting Batts, Billings, points; thence Supreme Court Holds Against Bullion-Bac-k street railway employes now being ena and intermediateTacoma ud Port-laaMining Co, waged with violence in the unfortu- to Seattle, fipokuc, over Pacific Union to returning men came over nate city. Fkrley'a la Oregon, Idaho, Utah ud Cote After nineteen veers of litigation toe Rio Grande Western ud toe through It will roach Ogden toe middle another phase of to suit filed by the greatest precaution was observed ' la rado. concealed. of June. Eureka Hill Mining company, against keeping their Identity and Champion Min- While in the Ogden yards toe iien the Bullion-Becto leave their car, Many Ills com from Impurq blood. ing company has been decided by the were not permitted diSupreme court In which the referee's which wu attached to the Southern Cut have pure blood with faultybow-sisoon as It arrived over gestion. luy Uver ud sluggish findings are affirmed by the court. Pacific train Burdock Blood Utters strengthThe Bullion-Beccompany la required the Denver line. Despite the efforts by the decision which was handed of the trainmen to keep toe mission ens stomadh, bowels and liver, ud down Tuesday to pay $60,610 to the of the men n secret, information has purifies the blood. Eureka Hill company for extracting ore from the company's claftns. Since 1888 suite have been pending In the courts and not all of them have been settled. The action settled yesterday Is for th damages asked by the Eureka Hill company for the extraction of ore from the Trespass stoke In a mine In th Tlntlc Mining district In Juab county. The ease dragi ged along in the court for some time and it was then placed in the hands tesof a referee. For several months PATRONIZE THEM AND HELP TO ENRICH THE timony was tskeu and surveys mfede of the conflicting properties. Tha referee found that the trespass was Intentional on th .part iff the appellants In this action and assessed damSALT LAKE VALLEY THE UTAH CANNING ages three times the value of tha ore extracted. It was the referees decCANNING CO. COMPANY was affirmed by the Suision-that writwas The qplnlon preme court. MANUFACTURERS OGDEN, UTAH. ten by Chief Justice W, M. McCarty memand concurred In by the other A Full Lins f Peckers of High Grads Vegetable bers of the court... Pierce's Purs Feed Catsup. Pierces Purs Feod Pork A Beans UTAH STALLION LAW . Plarsss Pure Feed Hominy. Wsresstcrshlrs Sauce. Pierces By an net of the Ukt legislature, FACTORY. FIVE POINTS comWs pack but one grads of (NUtah now has board of horse missioners who have charge of the deOGDEN, UTAH. THE BEST. partment of horse breeding, with colst the Agricultural headquarter lege. Aft Bullions standing for public service ln the State must be recorded JOHN KOXER with this deportment and have a cerJ. G. READ & BROS. CO. tificate bearing the signatures of the commissioners. The names of aft stalWholesale and Retail lion owners should be sent to this dereManufacturer of so once that at may they partment ceive copies of the bin and thus learn the provisions of the law. All persons Interested should send Tbs best and Largest Manufactheir names at once to J. T. Caine, turers In ths West Locere Agricultural College of Utah, gan. 22M Wash. Avs. Street 334 te 340 Twenty-fourtA chambermaid. ApWANTED OGDEN, UTAH. ply at once, Bred Hotel. OGDEN, UTAH. Vagabond So Unclean That His Hair Had to Ms Clipped and Clothes Burned, non-unio- n . "That la all there ia to plaint filed will tell how SHOE CO. DEE-STANFO- RD th Died: HOLD-UP. offers the ease of softy pliable leather and the elegance ; of . j F. Alice McGuire end little daughter, Elaine, left Tuesday tor. Kansas City to spend the rummer with Mrs. McGuire's parents. Mrn. HE IS THEN HANAN Mrs. $26,000. BATH 'T'Tjrc n e ta the character of too transfer service we wupply cur patrons Prompt, rollnbln ud at low coat, Auy tlma you say well be en your Job and bulls it expeditiously and wolL ALLEN TRANSFER CO. bens II for yours. Gifts Selecting Wedding h m . -- u -- a, Is a poser for many pusxled people. Pardon to suggestion tost our Judgment ud experience may be of some aid. Presents of gema and other Jewelry are always in order, ud you are assured of ample choice when you behold the display at ' W. L. SUSWCLLg, the . Jeweler. Tsv Dura North of Wrights. 1 - Ogden Turf Exchange d, 324 St Twenty-fift-h k u s. k California and Eastern races. Direct wire for all sporting events. - Some of the Manufacturers of Our County and State - Harness and Saddlery h WANT ADS YIELD BIQ RESULTS Utah Fruits and Vegetables TCNT5 and AWNINGS COUNTY AND STATE UTAH VINEGAR AND PICKLE WORKS Manufacturers VINEGAR STRicTLY f and PICKLES A HOME PRODUCT. Edward Bichsel, Proprietor, Factory 2454 Wall Avenue, OGDEN, UTAH. 107F. Phene V Cache Valley Condensed v Milk Company .Manufacturers f Milk Krrejfickle Evaporated the gold medal at ths Stats Fair, 190$, A trial can will convince you there Is non JUST AS GOOD Won, Ask your Grocer for FACTORY it AT LOGAN. UTAH.